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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
______________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Israeli Elections
Set For October
Postponed A Month
The Israeli elections, originally
scheduled for October, will now
be held in the middle of No-
vember, a spokesman for the Is-
raeli mission here announced this
week. He said a telegram to the
mission from Tel Aviv blamed
technical difficulties for the post-
ponement.
The spokesman called these
difficulties the strife-caused
shortage of man-power to con-
duct an election, the drafting of
Israel's new constitution, and the
scarcity of paper and printing
equipment for ballots. It was Is-
rael's original intention to hold
the elections on October 1, the
date set by the United Nations.
By November, the spokesman
stated, the Israelis will have con-
voked a constituent assembly to
ratify the draft constitution, and
machinery for the elections will
have been set up. All Israelis
from 18 years of age and up, in-
cluding Arab citizens of Israel,
will received identification cards
from their local municipal coun-
cils, and on election day will
present these cards to poll of-
ficials. The cards will be honored
as evidence of registration for vot-
ing.
The spokesman said the people
of Israel feel that by the Novem-
ber elections, Israel will thus have
a regularly established govern-
ment deserving of de jure re-
cognition by the United States.
He added that Secretary of State
Marshall's comment earlier that
the elections would be held be-
fore November was based on
United Nations data, which is in
no way being contested, contra-
dicted or discredited, because the
news of the postponement only
reached Washington after the
Secretary's press conference.
Ueberal Receivedl
BUCHAREST, (JTA) Ihud
Ueberal], Israeli Minister to
Prague, was this week received
by Dr. Eduard Mezinescu, Acting
Foreign Minister in the absence
of Anna Pauker. Ueberall was
accompanied by Moshe Agami,
special Israeli representative here.
To Aid Relations
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)A de-
cision to establish an Argentine-
Israeli Chamber of Commerce
was adopted here this week at a
meeting of prominent business-
men held under the auspices of
the Argentine Chamber of Com-
merce. A commission was ap-
pointed to draft a charter for the
new institution, which will aim to
develop extensive trade relations
between Argentina and the Jew-
ish state.
Weizman in Paris
PARIS, (JTA)The possibility
that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Presi-
dent of Israel, may visit Paris
during the session of the U.N.
General Assembly, which opens
on Sept. 21, was indicated here
this week. It is believe that Presi-
dent Weizmann, who is now in
Switzerland, will address the
United Nations prior to his de-
parture for Israel.
For Israel
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman told his news con-
ference this week that he has the
matter of de jure recognition for
Israel under consideration now.
This was the only comment the
President would make on the
question of whether the recogni-
tion would be delayed until after
the Israeli elections in November.
Mediator Won't
Offer Solution
To ITS Assemble
m
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)U.N.
mediator Count Folke Berna-
dotte's report to the forthcoming
U.N. Genei al Assembly session in
Paris will not contain any recom-
mendations as such on the Pales-
tine question, it was announced
here this w< ek, Howevtr, certain
"conclusions" which Bernadotte
has reached in the course of
handling the job will be included
m the report.
The announcement said that
the mediator's report will consis:
f three sections: a report of the
results of his mediation efforts: a
wry now in use in Palestine; and,
a Program to meet the problems
01 the Arab refugees from Israel
or Israeli.occupied territory.
So Objection
LONDON, (JTA)The Foreign
Office here this week indicated
that the British government has
no objection to the establishment
of an Israeli representation in
London, notwithstanding the fact
that Israel is not recognized by
Britain. Emphasizing that the
government of Israel "cannot of
course have a minister here," a
Toreign Office Spokesman added:
"But no one can stop them from
putting 'State of Israel' over their
door if they want to."
Truce Threatened
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A striking
change for the worse in the Pal-
estine military picture and in the
possibility of continued peace
took place this week with the ar-
rival of a large Iraqi force from
Mafrak, Transjordan. This brings
the strength of the Iraqi army to
description of the truce machi-c about 10,000 menthe largest
Arab force in Palestine. It is also
equipped with modern American
transport and new types of fight-
er and bomber planes.
Arabs Violate Truce; Attack
Jews for Stronghold Positions
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Arabs
continued to attack Jewish posi-
tions, especially in the Latrun
area and on the southern front,
it was officially reported by an
Israeli military spokesman.
"The Arabs are continuing
their attacks on the Jewish posi-
tions in order to improve their
own, in flagrant violation of the
truce," the spokesman said. He
revealed that the Arabs captured
several hills, and that they fired
at United Nations observers.
During one of the attacks in
the south, Egyptian military units
prevented U.N. observers from
reaching a spot where their pres-
ence was requested by Israeli
military authorities. In authorita-
tive circles here it is believed
that some of the Arab military
commanders are seeking to pro-
voke large-scale clashes with the
Israeli troops prior to the opening
of the U.N. General Assembly in
Paris a week from now.
In Jerusalem, an official Is-
raeli communique stated, Egyp-
tian artillery joined Arab Legion
heavy batteries in an indiscrimi-
nate shelling of Jerusalem's Jew-
ish quarters last night. The
Egyptians concentrated on Kata-
mon, Kiryath Shmuel, and Re-
havia, while the Arab Legion
shelled Beth Israel and Bukharia
as well as the western and south-
ern suburbs facing the Old City,
Israeli batteries answered the fire.
Ten persons, including one Is-
raeli soldiers, were killed and
twelve were wounded by the
Arab fire.
Austrian Nazi Victims Await Slow
Process Of Property Restitution;
Only 21 Percent Of Requests Granted
VIENNA, (JTA)Only 42 per-
cent of the applications by vic-
tims of Nazism asking property
restitution have been processed
during the last three-and-a-half
years, it was revealed here this
week by the Austrian Ministry of
Property Control and Economic
Planning. Only 21 percent of the
applications were granted, the an-
nouncement said.
These figures tend to bear out
criticism of the government's ad-
ministration of the first three re-
stitution laws voiced by many of
the applicants for restitution.
Government officials, and a num-
ber of Catholic and Socialist
Party officials have described all
criticism as an attempt to blacken
Austria's reputation abroad.
Austrians Travel
In Sealed Trains
ROME. (JTA)Displaced Jews
from Austria who will embark
;it Italian ports for Israel will pass
through Italy in sealed trains ac-
companied by Italian police from
the Austro-Italian frontier to th<>
harbor, it was announced here
this week.
The anmmcement was m^He
following the arrival this week
of the first group of several hun-
dred Jewish DP's fiom Austria
at the Italian port of Genoa,
whence they will sail on an
Italian ship to the French port
of Marseille before heading for
Israel.___
The government's statistics
prove that of 20,380 applications
received, 4,297 have been granted
11,850 are still pending, 1,530 have
been withdrawn or transferred to
the jurisdiction of some other de-
partment and 828 have been de-
nied. Of the applications filed
under the First Restitution Law.
which deals with confiscated
property at present under state
administration, about half arc
pending; under the Second Re-
stitution Law, which provides for
the return of seized property now
owned by the state, about two-
thirds of the cases are pending,
and on the Third Restitution Law.
providing for the return of prop-
erty now in the hands of indi-
viduals. 64 percent of the cases
are still pending.
U.N. mediator Count Folke
Bernadotte this week ordered the
Israeli government to restore
three Arab townships destroyed
during an alleged truce violation
and readmit some 8,000 Arabs who
fled the towns. The villagesEin
Ghazal, Ijzim and Jabaall lie
south of Haifa athwart the Haifa-
Tel Aviv main highway.
The villages were brought under
Israeli attack on July 18, as the
beginning of the second truce,
Bernadotte said. He insisted that
the attack and the destruction
"could not be excused by the
avowed desire to make the Haifa-
Tel Aviv highway safe because
fighting between villagers and Is-
raelis occurred before the truce."
For months the Arabs in those
towns had sniped at and am-
bushed Jewish traffic along the
coastal road.
Ordering the Israelis to rebuild
the homes of the 8,000 Arabs
whom U.N. investigators found
living in refugee camps in the
Jenin area, Bernadotte said: I
am strongly of the opinion that
the measures taken involving the
systematic destruction of two of
the villages were excessive and
(institute a violation both of the
spirit and letter of the terms of
the truce." The Security Council
was informed of the mediator's
findings and action.
A report emanating from Brit-
ish sources in Haifa that the
Mosul-Haifa pipeline has been
damaged was denied this week
by the Israeli press. The news-
papers also warned their readers
against taking British reports at
face value.
I Egyptians Charged in
1 American Jew's Death
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Egyptian government has now
formally charged three persons
with the stoning to death of
Stephan Haas, Philadelphia Jew
killed in Cairo July 18, and has
pledged officially that they will
receive the punishment they
merit, the State Department an-
nounced this week.
The Department said, however,
that it definitely does not con-
sider the incident closed, and will
watch the trial closely. It was
noted that the Egyptian message,
delivered August 22, was the
first formal reply received to of-
ficial United States protests on
July 19 and 24.
Irgun Edits Daily
For Election Aid
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Preparing
itself for an intensified campaign
in connection with the forthcom-
ing national elections in Israel,
the Irgun-sponsored Freedom
Movement this week announced
its intention to start soon the
publication of a daily newspaper
here. Severar*members of the edi-
torial staff of the Revisionist
paper Hamashkif will join the
new organ, the announcement
said.
It was also announced here
that religious women will not be
mobilized in the Chen, the wom-
en's auxiliary corps of the Is-
raeli army, but will J;e con-
scripted for labor. A special com-
mission composed of representa-
tives of religious organizations
will decide as to the kind of work
to which they should be assigned.
Berl Locker New World Zionist Executive Head
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The first meeting of the Jerusalem mem-
fers of the newly elected World Zionist Executive took place
nere this week. Berl Locker was elected chairman of the ex-
ecutive and was put in charge of public relations. Dr. Israel
^lastein of New York was elected treasurer. He will return to
e United states but is scheduled^
w assume his office here within
a month.
Another American elected to
is Hn the Jerusalem executive
*iii um Greonberg, Laborite. He
Z Vn char8e of the Educa-
J and Culture Department, but
* expected to assume his
bS? immediately' Other po'rt-
1 were divided among the
ex-
.. <_u among
^mbers of the Jerusalem
abbi Wolf Gold, Mizrachi,
is
in charge of the Jerusalem de-
velopments department; Eliahu
Dobkin, Laborite, will head the
organizational department; Itzhak
Werfel, Mizrachi will be in charge
of the housing program for refu-
gee immigrants; Jacob Zerubavel.
United Workers Party, will be
responsible for the department to
care for Oriental Jews; Moshe
Kolodny, General Zionist, will
continue to head the Youth Ali-
yah movement, and Levi Shkol-
nik, Laborite, will be responsible
for colonization and agriculture.
Eliezer Kaplan, Laborite, and S.
Z. Shragai, Mizrachi, were given
no portfolio.
The economic department, un-
der Grossman, has been charged
with four functions. They are:
mobilization of private capital for
investment in Israel; supplymg
information abroad of the eco-
nomic development of Israel;
foster an Israeli export program
and, build up a tourist trade for
Israel. ..
David Remez, Communrcations
Minister, and Aaron Zisling, Agri-
culture Minister, both members
of the special Cabinet committee
on Jerusalem, attended the meet-
ing to participate in the discus-
sion on education. The problem is
becoming acute because schools
throughout Jerusalem and Israel
are scheduled to open next week
and the Agency has taken no
action to offer financial aid de-
spite the fact that the school sys-
tem is in financial difficulties.
At a press conference this week,
Dr. Goldstein said that he fore-
saw a budget of $192,000,000 for
the Jewish Agency this year. Of
this sum about $72,000,000 will
be allocated for immigration and
$24,000,000 for colonization, he
said, adding that the rest would
be divided among the various
other projects supported by the
Agency, with special attention be-
ing paid to the problem of de-
veloping Jerusalem.
The immigration rate to Israel
is expected to be about 10,000
per month, he declared. The
figure will vary according to "the
needs of the DP's" and the ability
of Israel to absorb them. "It is
up to the Jewish people to de-
termine how large the immigra-
tion program shall be," he
stressed.
He estimated that this year, as
in the past, from 65 to 75 percent
of the Agency's receipts will come
from American Jewry.


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948

.
North Shore BBW
Hear Mm. Silver
Mrs. dam Silver, president of
the Statt Federation of the Wom-
en's B'n; i B'rith lodges, will be
the princ 'pal speaker at the first
regular f .il meeting of the North
Shore W^ .men's chapter on Wed-
nesday i 8:15 p.m. at the At-
lantis hoi el roof.
Sharing the spot wit:-. Mrs. Sil-
ver will be models from Burdinc's
who will present a fashion show
under the direction of Mrs. Em-
phy Benway. Latest fall fashions
will be featured, according to an
announcement made by Mrs. Ed-
ward Walterman.
Pantomime artists. Harry and
Jackie Jay will complete tie eve-
ning's entertainn.
Mrs. Hal Evar.s. program chair-
man, says that the meeting will
launch the chapter's membership
dm-e and that members must
bring a prospective member along.
There is no admission to the af-
fair.
Mrs. Stanley Phillips, president,
has appointed the following com-
mittee to assist Mrs. Evans: Mrs
Mickev Silve: stein. Mrs. David
Sehiff'and Mrs. George Gal'.ander.
Kick-off Breakfast Oct. 26 Launches
B'nai B'rith Membership Campaign
Mrs. Glasser To Tell
AJC Of Europe Trip
The first fall meeting of the
American Jewish Congress. Mi-
ami chapter, will be held at the
Monte Carlo restaurant. 700 S.W.
8th St.. Sept. 22. at 12:30.
Guest speaker at the luncheon,
which is open to members and
friends. will be Mrs. Louis
Glasser. national vice president
of the AJC and president of the
Florida Women's division, who
will give her impressions of
"Europe. 1948." She recently re-
turned from Europe where she
represented AJC at the World
Jewish Congress convention at
Montreaux. Switzerland.
Mrs. L. Curtice, program chair-
man, also adds that Miss Roberta
Weiner. 10 year-old vocalist, will
sing "The House I Live In" by
Earl Robinson and "Make Be-
lieve" by ^Jerome Kern. Roberta
recently received the State Fed-
cnition of Music award.
Mrs. D. Rabinowitz. member-
ship chairman, is announcing the
importance of the group's major
membership drive.
A kick-off breakfast at the Mar-
seilles hotel Oct. 26. will launch
the Greater Miami B'n.u B'rith
membership drive. E. Albert Pal-
lot, council membership chair-
man. announced this week.
Presidents and membership
chairmen of six men's lodges and
eight women's lodges and their
key workers are expected to
gather at the breakfast, which is
being called for 10:30 a.m.. to
hear addresses by Harold Turk.
Miami Beach councilman and
state membership chairman.
Isaac Levin, past district presi-
dent, and Louis Heiman.
According to council president
William L. Pallot. all B'nai B'rith
croups will present their mem-
bership drive plans at the break-
fast.
A community-wide rally in ob-
servance of the 105th anniversary
will be held <>n Sunday. Oct. 31.
:n Flamingo Park to culminate
the drive. Workers from the Hol-
lywood and Ft. Lauderdale lodges
are expected to participate in a
unified drive for South Florida
between Sept. 26 and Oct. 31.
Charles R. Jacobson. executive
diiector of the B'nai B'rith coun-
cil, will display awards to be
given to the top membership
workers in the drive.
Chief service program launched
within the past few months on a
national scale is the "Aid to Is-
rael" project which has been
designated as a number one job
of B'nai B'rith throughout the
United States.
Senator Harkley
To Speak To JWV
Encampment
Senator Alben W. Barkley.
: Democratic Vice Presidential
nominee, has accepted an invita-
: tion to address the Fifty-Third
Annual Encampment of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
' it was announced by Brigadier
General Julius Klein the organ-
ization's national commander. In
addition. Lt. Governor Joe R.
Har.ley. and Senator Irving M.
Ives of New York will attend as
special representatives of Gov-
ernor Thomas E. Dewcy.
The convention is scheduled to
take place at the Concord Hotel.
Kiamesha Lake. N. Y. from Sep-
tember 14 through September 19.
At the Annual National Com-
mander's Banquet on Saturday
; evening. September 18 the deleg-
ates will be addressed by Attor-
ney General Tom C. Clark. Brig.
Gen. James McCorack. Jr., di-
rector of the Military Application
Section of the U.S. Atomic Energy
Commission, and Senator Ives.
W. Stuart Symington, secretary
of the Air Forces will address the
encampment on Sunday morning.
September 19. That afternoon
more than 3,000 delegates from
all over the country will choose
a National Commander for the
forthcoming year.
Paraguay Receives
Israeli Secretary
Following the official recogni-
tion by Paraguay of the State of
Israel on September 6, Moises A.
Toff. Israeli under-secretary for
Latin American Affairs, was of-
ficially received by President
Natalicio Gonzalez and Foreign
Minister Domingo Montanaro at
Asuncion, Paraguay, last Monday.
Paraguay is the seventh Latin
American nation to recognize Is-
rael. The others are Costa Rica.
Guatemala. Nicaragua. Panama.
Uruguay and Venezuela.
As special envoy of the Israeli
government. Mr. Toff is at present
on a tour of Latin America.
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vJenisti fhrtdttan
PAGE THREI
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Jewish Education
Recently Henry Wallace toured
the deep South. He didn't appear
to mind the eggs or rotten cab-
bacc pitched at him. But scowls
and looks of hatred did cut into
him He must have contemplated
the irony of his position: he could
have been President of these U.S.
had he only played the game as
set bv the politicians. The ideal--
surrounded by hatred. He must
bear his lot with fortitude and
dignity. Money alone will hardly
give him these attributes. He can-
not obtain that inner sense of
personal worth in the academic
or professional schools which set
up quotas to bar him out. For
the knowledge that assures him
of his owrr value, he must turn
n must have pitied and to Jewish cultuie. And fortun-
vpused the suppressed lust for ately there is a vast reservoir
lynching in Dixie yokeldom. As- waiting to be tapped. No people
gured of his own profram for
their liberation, he was able to
bear their insults with compas-
sion.
For 1,000 years, Jews, lived
through the nightmare that
Wallace experienced for several
days. Black looks and rotten
eggs would have been duck
soup. Large scale lynching was
neither suppressed nor prevent-
ed. Why didn't the Jews con
form to the religious autarchy
demanded by the dominant
church? Because they were sus-
tained by a robust faith: be-
cause they derived a solace from
prayer, no longer understood
in our scientific age.
A New Look
can proportionately sbow more
genius. Take the past 100 years.
Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, and
Albert Einstein were Titans who
virtually shook the world.
The average Jew has but the
faintest notion of the enormous
impact his strain has produced
upon the world. When he passes
a church and sees cut on its
cornerstone such words as Zion.
Bethel, Nazarine, Calvary, Mary,
Bethesda, John, James, Michael,
Matthew, he hardly realizes that
these names are derived from his
own Hebrew arsenal. Now, if
Christians and Moslems could
pluck so freely from the Jewish
vineyard, surely we could at least
follow their example, since we
love to imitate them in other mat-
But the era of Faith and Prayer l ters. Digging for treasure in our
has passed away. Today, Jews: own mine, we will discover the
need other supports to buttress
their morale against the slings
and arrows of a hostile world.
Herzl. Brandeis, Weizman, or Ein-
stein seldom entered a synagogue.
Yet their Judaism shines with
undiminished lustre. Why? Be-
cause they substituted action for
prayer; knowledge for faith. Re-
sult: The Republic of Israel, which
is rapidly extracting the unwill-
ing admiration of an astonished
world.
Those men have set the pattern
for the Jew of the future. Words,
sighs, dreams, and prayers passed
out with the epoch that extermi-
nated the 6.000,000. As Jews, we
must act, yet we must know what
it'g ;ill about. And that brings
us to Jewish education. What is
Jewi.-h education? To some, it
spells the mechanical reading of
Hebrew words without the least
idea of their meaning. To others,
translating set portions of the
Torah. To the orthodox, the abili-
ty to read a page out of the
original Talmud (lernen a blat
Gemara). But all these versions
belong to the era that has passed.
Need for Jewish Culture.
At no lime has there been a
greater necessity for Jewish ed-
ucation. During the age of faith.
Rabbis were leaders who aimed
to combine saintliness of con-
duct, Talmudic learning and fer-
vent piety. The new leader is
the successful man of affairs, a
mixer and good fellow, who
worships organization and
values the technique of raising
money. But does he understand
ideas? Has he any knowledge
of the Jewish past? Has he any
conception of Jewish values?
The Jew of the Galut is still
most extensive of religious litera-
tures; a philosophy topped by
Spinoza, a thinker of the first
rank: a history, the strangest mix-
ture of the sublime and the dis-
asterous ever recorded of any
nation: ethical principles that were
poetically expressed by a Jesus
and utilized by a Mohammed: a
sense of social wrongs that gave
birth to Christianity and Social-
ism; a music which reveals in
melancholy strains the enduring
tragedy of an ancient people.
One often hears, "Yes, I'm a
Jew and mighty proud of it."
But usually these are the de-
fiant words of one who does
not know the reason for his
pride. Delving into Jewish cul-
ture will produce an amused
contempt for the poor frustrat-
ed anti-Semite; the tolerant
compassion that Wallace dis-
played for the hungry cracker
who pelted him with tomatoes.
After all, the Jew must have
something or he couldn't rile
the Nazi, the Fascist, the Ef-
fendi. who aims to turn back
the block and bring slavery
upon the world.
Policy Makers Tell
Purpose Of Trip
To World Assembly
Speaking at LaGuardia Field,
New York, before taking off in a
chartered Pan American Con-
stellation for Europe, Senator
Harry P. Cain of Washington told
reporters why he and other gov-
ernment, industrial and labor of-
ficials were flying to the World
Assembly for Moral Re-Arma-
ment at Caux, Switzerland, from
September 10 to 20.
"I have taken time from a busy
campaign schedule," Senator Cain
said, "to make this trip to Caux
because I believe every election
issue relates directly or indirect-
ly to the world ideological strug-
gle. It is of very great signifi-
cance that policy-making repre-
sentatives from so many nations
are meeting at the Moral Re-
Armament World Assembly to
consider and take action on the
ideological security of the demo-
cracies."
Among others aboard the spe-
cial plane are Congressman
George Smathers of Florida;
Mayor Horace Edwards of Rich-
mond, Virginia; Robert Fawkes.
vice president of Michigan CIO;
and former Senator Rush D. Holt
of West Virginia.
Senator Cain continued his in-
terview, "Too many of us Ameri-
cans are ideologically asleep. In
our current struggle against false
'isms' in Washington it is not
enough to focus the spotlight on
what's wrong, but it's imperative
we unite on what's right. In many
key nations of the world today
this struggle is a life and death
matter. I believe the delegation of
this special plane can learn much
from first hand contact with these
leaders who are in the thick of
it. I believe we also can bring
encouragement by our assurance
of America's concern for them
and the conviction that in this
world war of ideas their fight is
our fight."
At a farewell dinner given by
Juan Trippc. president of Pan
American Airways, for the deleg-
ates in the Waldorf-Astoria, Con-
gressman George Smathers of
Florida said, "We have tried
everything else along economic
Knit For Israel
Appeal Is Issued
A nation wide appeal for wom-
len to "knit for Israel" was issued
I this week by the women's divi-
sion of Material For Palestine.
Mrs. Rebecca Imber, chairman
of the women's knitting division,
said in making this appeal, "The
need for woolen articles is great
and political lines but people are
looking for moral and spiritual
leadership, This particular group
and idea has the one answer."
One thousand dolegit>?s fiom
40 nations are expected at this
Ci.ux Conference which has been
called by a group of 58 national
leaders from 13 European coun-
tries. Many of these European
leaders were among the world
statesmen present in Los Angeles
last June to launch a program of
'"ideological preparedness for the
d( mocracies" at the invitation of
82 members of the U. S. Senate
and House of Representatives.
and urgent and will become more
so as soon as the cold weather
sets in. Knitted mufflers, socks
and gloves will protect the Israeli
defender from the cold winds in
the hills. If we are to get warm,
woolen apparel to the valiant
fighters in Israel in time, we must
begin work at once."
Mrs. Imber hopes to enlist 100,-
000 women throughout the coun-
try in this project and is urging
women to form knitting circles
as quickly as possible so that the
knitting division can meet the fall
and winter needs of the Israeli
defenders.
Knitting units have already
heen set up in Boston, Cleveland,
Chicago, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Phil-
adelphia, San Francisco, Los
Angeles and other cities through-
out the United States.
Women who are interested are
urged to get in touch with the
women's knitting division of Ma-
terial For Palestine, 250 West 57
St.. N. Y., or with their local Ma-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. lg48

EDITORIAL
Wushinyton PuzzU*
Both President Truman and Secretary of State
Marshall have recently made public statements
on the question of de jure recognition of Israel.
Mr. Marshall's statement, preceding the Presi-
dent's, intimiated full recognition of Israel would
be considered after the general elections are held
in that country. Mr. Truman, on the other hand,
merely said that full recognition of Israel was
being considered.
It requires no semanticist to detect the differ-
ences between the two declarations. The mere fact
that Mr. Truman, the President and candidate,
found it necessary to make the statement at a
press conference, when he could have refused
being drawn into the issue or when he could
have referred to the earlier declaration of his
Secretary of State, would seem to indicate that
the President was not in agreement with his
State Secretary. If that is the factand logically
that is the only conclusionthe question arises
who and what is holding back the President from
living up to the platform of his own political
party, a platform which pledged itself to the full
recognition of Israel, revision oi the arms em-
bargo, admission of the new state into the inter-
national community of nations and the extension
of appropriate aid to Israel for the development
of its economy.
If it is not the President's intention to re-
pudiate h:s party's plank on Israel if he is re-
elected he can -r.d must indicate that intention
by immediate act :r. As :r. incumbent in office
he has a tremendous advantage over his political
opponents. He rcr. ::: while they can only
promise. II he does nol proceed immediately with
the implementation oi the Democratic Party's
Isrce". plank he must open himself up to the
suspicion that his cost-election policy will parallel
his pre-election policy.
The argument that full recognition can not
be granted Israel before it holds its general
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Why not open the door, John?
election is a specious one. In the first place, it is
incred.ble that any one should doubt the results
of the election. In the second place, there is U.S.
precedent for recognizing provisional govern-
ments. And, finaly, there is no rule of law which
says a President cannot fully recognize a new
state or the provisional government of such a
state before general elections are held and a
permanent government is established. There is
ample evidence in the history of American
diplomacy that high governmental decisions have
not always been based on precedent or diplomatic
correctness alone.
Xuzi 4.hosts
The attention of the Jewish world naturally
is centered these days on Palestine. A breath-
taking drama is holding our eyes in Israel, where
the people are building a new state while holding
the sword in vigilance against the designs of
their foes.
Yet, while beholding that miracle of creation
and growth, we must not divert our eyes from
the dangers lurking in Europe, where the seeds
of anti-Semitism planted by Hitler are growing
wide and wild. The disease is not limited to
Germany alone. It has spread, and dangerously,
throughout Europe.
Germany lies prostraffe, but the Nazi philoso-
phy of hate is by no means dead. Nazi ghosts
are everywhere, dancing to the music of Hitler-
dom and spreading hate against Jews.
Two such ghosts made a recent appearance
at a spiritualist meeting in London. While the
gathering was busy listening to dissertations on
ghosts and apportions, two former Nazis appeared
on the scene with an anti-Jewish demonstration,
demanding that the conference prohibit a German-
Jewish spiritualist from speaking on behalf of the
German Reich. "Down with the Jews," they
shouted, evidently trying to please the spirit of
Hitler.
But the apex of indecency was left to Vienna,
where government officials and representatives
of some of the leading cultural organizations
participated in a shameful ceremonythe un-
veiling of a monument in honor of the late Dr.
Lueger, the notorious "Father of Austrian Anti-
Semitism," the man who preached over fifty
years ago that Austria must rid itself of its Jewish
population, the precursor of Hitler's racism and
anti-Semitism.
The Nazi ghosts are on the march in Europe.
More than a "Hear, O Israel" is required to chase
them to their proper abode.
Study Groups Appointed By Planning
Committee; To Aid Aged Program
Initial steps in a comprehensive plan to coordinate all
services for the care of the aged in the Jewish community of
Greater Miami were taken last week by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and its beneficiary agencies with the ap-
pointment of three special committees, to study different aspects
of the probli irding to ai.*---------------------------------------------
announcement by Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the Com-
munity Planning Committee of
the Federation.
One committee will study the
functions of the various agencies
thfat relate a portion of their pro-
gram to the welfare of the aged.
These agencies include the Jewish
Home for the Aged; the Miami
YM-YWHA; the Miami Beach
YM-YWHA; the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and the Jewish
Social Service Bureau.
M. J. Kopelowitz has been
named chairman of this commit-
tee, the other members art-
Charles Cohen. Mrs. Leo Acker-
man, Irving Frankel, Max Green-
berg, Eli Hurwitz, Max Silver.
Gus Trau, and Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry with Leo Allen, directoi '
of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
and Maurice Grossman, directoi
of the Miami YM-YWHA, acting
as this committee's professional
advisors.
The second committee will
study the capital fund needs of
these agencies, with respect to
their programs for the aged.
George Chertkof will head this
committee, the other members be-
ing Harry Danziger, Irving Cypen.
Ben Giller, Anna B. Meyers, Her-
bert Scher, I. S. Shapoff, Lionel
Silverman. Col. Elry Stone, Max
Orovitz, J. Gerald Lewis, David
Trau and Arthur Ungar. Profes-
sional advisor of this committee
will be Abe Gannes, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
This third committee will sur-
vey the aged care program of
other communities and will sub-
mit a model plan for Greater
Miami that will coordinate and
interrelate the services of the
various agencies in this field.
Chairman of this committee is
Max Meisel, the other members
being Dr. Mark Cirlin, Isaac Eng-
lander, Morris Goodman, Fred
Grossberg, Dr. Lester Stepner.
Judge Harold Spaet. Carl Weinkle
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Gus
Jacob son, executive director of
the YM-YWHA of Miami Beach,
and Milton Malakoff, director of
Public Relations of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will be
professional advisors.
These three committees are
working under the general di-
rection of the Federation Com-
mittee on Community Planning,
headed by Stanley C. Myers.
Other members of this committee
are:
religious needs of the present
resident group, Mr. Allen report-
ed. "We are forced to operate
more as a convalescent home,
. > ting the minimum require-
ments of our residents, than as a
modern Home for the Aged," he
said.
Mr. Allen recommended that a
study be made "to determine the
present and future needs of the
Jewish Home for the Aged so that
the necessary groundwork can be
laid without delay to adequately
meet the needs of those aged in-
dividuals requiring institutional
care."
On the basis of the reports re-
ceived from beneficiary agencies
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of the Federation,
summarized the following con-
clusions which will serve as the
basis for the studies to be made
' by the Community Planning Com-
mittee sub-groups:
1. There has been demonstrated
the need for an institutional pro-
gram for the aged.
2. There are sufficient chorni-
cally ill among the aged to war-
rant a special program of medical
and hospital care.
3. There is need for health and
hospitalization services to be made
available to the aged in the low
income groups, as well as to
those under the care of welfare
agencies.
4. There is need for additional
leisure time, health, religious, case
work, counseling and employ-
ment services to large groups of
the aged.
5. There is need for continuous
central planning and coordination
ofservices for the aged.
6. There is need for lower cost
housing for those aged who can
pay in full or part for their care.
7. Adequate community serv-
ices by all welfare agencies will
reduce the number of applications
for institutional care.
Jack Abbott, i.w Allen, Rabbi Simon
April, Joe Arkln, Sara Blank, Oi
*of, Charles Cohan, Mis. s. i\
; >.in. is. Florence Pinkelatein, Irving
Frankel, Abe Gannes, Joseph Gardner,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr. Leonard
Ollcksteln, .Mrs. Abe 0.....Iman, Rabbi
Murray Clrauer, Maurice Grossman,
Max Holtsberg, Morris Jacobs, Gus
Jacobson, Mi-.-. Ada Joseph, Leon
Kaplan, M, J. Kopelowitz, Rabbi Leon
Kronlsh, Dr. Al Kushner, Sam Lach-
man, ii.i1.Im Irving Lehrman, Max
:. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs, Stanley
C. Myers, Max Orovitx, Rabbi David
Raab. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
Sam Rlvklnd, Joseph M. Rose, Norman
Rossman, Herbert E Scher, Mrs.
Monte Selig, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi
Max Sliaplro, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
Fred K Shochet, Lionel D Silverman,
Wm. i>. Singer, Mrs. Milton Birkln,
Judge Harol (IB. Spaet, Alfred E.
Stone, Col. Elry Stone, Carl Weinkle.
Henry Wolff, George Wolpert, Rabbi
Colman A, Zwltman,
In launching its extensive pro-
gram in behalf of the aged, the
Federation made public reports
received from the directors of its
agencies showing needs of the
aged and that they are not being
met.
Leo Allen, executive director
of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
revealed that the Home now has
a capacity resident group of 38
persons with four applicants on
the approved list, 20 pending ap-
plications and a large number of
applications yet to be reviewed.
Mr. Allen's report showed that
the present quarters of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged are in-
adequate to give needed service
to the aged.
The present physical set-up of Miami Beach, in the form of a
the Jewish Home for the Aged is dessert social
too small and cramped to enablel More than 100 parents have
it to develop a full program that .joined as members of the as-
would adequately meet the es- 'sociation and 100% participation
sential medical, occupational and is expected.
Christian Leaders
Hear Talks on Israel
Seventy outstanding Christian
leaders of all sections of Miami
heard the messages on the new
state of Israel rendered Tuesday
evening in the Bay View room
of the McAllister hotel, by Rev.
R. B. Giffen, Mrs. L. J. Mc-
Caffrey and Dr. H. F. Williams.
Mrs. McCaffrey said in her
speech, "We cannot forget that
Israel is not only a Jewish and
Arab question but a Christian
problem."
Rev. Giffen rendered the in-
vocation and Rev. George Ricks,
president of the Ministrial League
for Greater Miami, delivered the
b: nediction. I. R. Goodman, chair,
man of the greater Miami Zionist
Emergency council, presided. A
film, "House in the Desert," was
shown.
Register Now!
Dade county residents have
only three more weeks to register
if they want to vote in the gen-
era! elections in November, says
Carl Holmer, Jr., supervisor of
registration. Every eligible voter
is urged to get out and register.
Enrollment Hits 1350
First report received at the
Bureau of Jewish Education in-
dicates a registration of over
900 children in the Sunday
schools and 450 in the daily
Hebrew schools and all-day
schools. This represents only
half of the expected enrollment,
Abe Gannes, stated.
Parents are urged to enroll
their children now.
Cuba To Help
HAVANA, Cuba, (JTA) -
Moshe Yuval, Israeli vice consul
in New York, was tendered a
reception here by Jewish leaders
upon his arrival in Havana in
connection with the proclamation
of a $500,000 campaign for Israel.
Daisey Officials Attend
National Convention
Jack Kivett and his partner,
Steve J. Daisey of the Daisy-
Beauty Supply Co., are attending
the national convention for whole-
sale dealers in Asbury Park, N. J.
Academy PTA Has Social
The Hebrew academy will hold
its opening meeting of the Parent-
Teachers association on Wednes-
day at 12:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Irving Frankel, 245 18th St.,
Mizrachi To Hear Review
Clara Goldenberg will review
Quentin Reynold's book, "The
Spirit of '76," at a meeting of thi
Tamara chapter Mizrachi women,
Tuesday evening at the Robert
Richter hotel at 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Charles Turk, president
says the public is invited.
Oct. 27 Set For Meeting of
Beach Auxiliary to Aged
Wednesday, Oct. 27, has been
set for the first regular member-
ship meeting of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged at the Robert Rich-
ter hotel, Miami Beach, at 1:30.
Usually held on Tuesday the
meeting will be postponed a day
because of the holidays.
Civil Service Exec Speaks
"City of Miami Civil Service,"
will be the topic discussed by
J. Carrington Gramling, Jr., of
the Civil Service board, who will
address the Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith luncheon club, today at
12:15 at the Downtowner rest-
aurant.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1948
Ceremonies Sunday Will Unite
Old Age Home Couple, 71,72
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PAGE FIVE
Goldie Brachjeld
A ceremony of great interest
to the entire Miami community
will take place on Sunday at
two o'clock when Goldie Brach-
feld becomes the bride of Sammy
Segal in the garden of the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Both oc-
cupants of the Home, Mrs. Brach-
feld is 71 years of age; the bride-
groom is 72. Attending the wed-
ding will be two daughters of the
bride Mrs. Minnie Miller of Mi-
ami, jnd Mrs. Sallie Rosenfeld of
Key West. A son, Adolph of Mi-
ami Beach, will also be present.
Mr. SeK'il's children, who are in
New York, will be unable to at-
tend hut declared that "they are
delighted with the wedding
pi; ns."
Arrangements for the wedding
are being sponsored by the Miami
Beach Ladies Auxiliary of the
Horn-, under the leadership of
Mrs. Harry Danziger and Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry. The ceremony
will be performed by Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer and Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. Unterferers for the
couple will be Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
and Sammy Segal
ziger and Mr. and Mrs. Sherry.
' Music will be furnished by Druck-
er's Orchestra.
A reception will follow the
services, with the wedding guests
being welcomed by Judge Harold
Spaet, president of the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Members of
the organization are particularly
urged to be present. The public
s invited to attend both the
ceremony and the reception.
Following a week's honeymoon
at Miami Beach, the newly weds
will return to the Home.
Cardiac Children Study
Hebrew, Jewish History
Study of the Bible, Jewish his-
tory and Hebrew was resumed
this week by the Jewish children
of the Cardiac home. Such study
is provided by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education to those children
who request it.
This is the fifth year the project
is being conducted. The teacher
is Miss Dorothy Lightman.
Mrs. J. Andron
Passes Away
Mrs. Jacob L. Andron, for 12
years a resident of Miami Beach,
passed away in her New York
residence at 150 Morton Place.
Bronx after a brief illness, at the
age of 73. Mrs. Andron leaves her
husband, Jacob L., her daughters,
Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky and Mrs.
Joseph Levitas and sons, Dr.
David S., Philip and Eli.
Her husband, Jacob L. Andron.
is the founder of many religious
and philanthropic institutions and
organizations up north and local-
ly. He is a director of the Center
and of Congregation Beth Tfilah
here, as-well as many others in
New York City.
Her sons, Dr. David S. Andron
and Eli Andron, are prominent
in the hotel industry. At the
present time they are operating
the Albion and Crest hotels in
Miami Beach.
Dr. David S. Andron is vice
president of the Miaiwi Beach
Hotel Owners Assn., president and j
one of the founders of the He-
brew Academy, vice president of
the Miami Beach Zionist District,
vice president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami, treasurer of the Emergency
Council of the Greater Miami
Zionist District, director of the
Federation of Jewish Charities, of
the Home for the Aged, of Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah and of the
North Beach Orthodox Congrega-
tion. He is widely known here
for his philanthropic work and
activities as well as for his ora-
tory.
Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, wife
of the Rabbi of Congregation
Beth Tfilah, is a daughter. She
is actively affiliated with the
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah, with
the Daughters of Israel, and with
the Hebrew Academy and its
Ladies League.
Resolutions have been adopted
by many Greater Miami organiza-
tions extending condolences to
the family.
Celia Dobrin Weds
Dr. Lipton In N. Y.
Miss Celia Dobrin and Dr.
Samuel Lipton exchanged nuptial
vows in a ceremony at Temple
Emanuel in New York, Aug. 29.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Max Dobrin, 1501 N E.
12th PL, San Marco Island, and
was attended by Mrs. Phillip
Neuwirth, sister of the bride-
groom, and Harriet Lipton and
Harriet Neuwirth, neices of the
bridegroom.
Joseph Lipton was best man for
his brother, the son of Mrs. Ida
Lipton.
The bride, a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school.
attended Goucher college, and
was graduated from the Universi-
ty of Miami. She did graduate
work at the University of Cali- .
fornia. and is now a resident physician
Dr. Lipton, also a Beach High at thc willard Parker hospital in
graduate, received his degree New York-
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Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear
returned recently after spending
the summer in Europe. The trip
which was made by air included
visits to Spain, Portugal, Italy,
Switzerland, Paris and the French
Provinces and also the Riviera.
While abroad Mrs. Lear, who is
director of the Lear School, Mi-
ami Beach, together with Dr. Lear
visited schools and hospitals to
study methods used in the Euro-
pean institutions.
SIMPKINS UNVEILING
An unveiling of a monument to
the memory of William "Bill"
Simpkins, late husband of Nellie
Simpkins, will take place Sun-
day at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
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officiating. Gordon Monument
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Capital Spotlight
Bra^d^i* Papers
To B# Exhibited
Darin* Inaugural
0 tfinal Letters and document
justice Louis
FRroAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
r- ted States
SOSES* *&&
observers here, relations be* Bradeis 0JT*Sl
-SI- %
sss=
^understand how Unung titutien numerous
display for fte first timj
tolnv;ntor7theu- ain point, of .,.. ant mors now ^ou,Meer
conflict, and put them in a sr.ow lt > Olnei _,
Council Women Service to Foreign Born
Reviewing Cases For Eligibility Under DP
in the Foreign Born office of Miami Section of
The Service io Women is at present reviewing all the
National Council of jei.wh.ch affivadits have been furnished to
I cases in- their *" -n Gcrmany, Austria and Italy, in order
' eligible dl/Place,0 rpi-itives or affiants necessary supplementary af-
i to obtain fronJ "fL'jL t0 jobs and housing, in order to .qualify under
fidavits with reieieriLc j .^ gucn ZQnes must have taken
^henebeSre December22, 1945, in order to establish eligibility
under the act. Greater Miami who have filed affidavits
Relatives or fi.endsi m we to contact the local of{ice] m
for such eligible u*\ preparing the necessary papers.
Langford Build ng for assrstanc ^ ^^ actording to Mrs Florence
information may a' "c _
Finkelstein. executive secretary. __________________________
o inventory men .<"" ~ ~ mere .> *-........
inflict, and put them in
window against a backcrop o. _
AS?Ci2SSi raised by 1 I
neamels of the Preai- their
dential election,-, icintiW"1
weeks away-are overriding
the
its
inside
rael.'
by Oliver Wendell
irandeis on the latter s
' & Th'Snne Of
nbed-a-S of char
1 Restriction of movements' are bald. The F-rar.deisiana in tne unu
m cSmany to [srael ol dis- ^ poin, ^T^S'SJlutS-
aced Jews if they are of rr.ih- an impasse at the presen Bu ^ relating to Biandeis in
tan age >r experience. This is ^uld be resolved in one stroke and activities m savings,
one of the sorest points between ^d this ta where I "J bank life insurance, Zionism, and
Washington and Tel Aviv. As it co m. ^ ropes which could views ed while on the
now stands no Jew can leave foi ,.olst the German emigration^ban. Suprerne Court. ^ ^ ^ n(
US io rowi
mar.v handfuls they may be.
This means a virtual continua-
tion of the ban on Jewish im-
migration to Israel from Ger-
many. It also means that if fam-
ilies'having sons or husbands be-
tween 18 and 45 for whom Berna-
dotte won't grant clearances still
imeru. --
is this: these three agencies are
whollv within the jurisdiction of
the White House. The President
can direct them without recourse
to the Congress.
Then why does the Presiden
allow these three all-important
n-alters to stagnate and drag on.
Does he want them to?
wish to emigrate, they will be Israens here believe he does
split up. The onus of their separ- not Tiuman and his economic ad-
ation would fall on them icoPC know, for example. I
ation would tali on awn-"" | visers know, lor enw". -
the State Department would be,the longer lhe bank loan is de-
off the hook sharply critical laycdj th(. more the slate of 1s-
world opinion. ,-ael may need it when it does
The emigration restrictions are
more than enforcement of the
U.N. truce resolutions Is: a U
sources here point out. The of-
ficial mission in Washington
stated that 'the State Depart-
ment's policy is not a mere tech-
nical misinterpretation of the
truce "cut concerns one ot the
most vital inl esl of the Jewish
people throughout the world.
And the w i::- "vital" pertains
to2 The matter of a S100.000.000
Expor.-Import Bank loan for Is-
rael may need it when it does
receive the loan. Already the lig-
ure of S300.0U0.000 has been
mentioned if the smaller loan is
not forthcoming presently.
But on the other hand, Truman
and his political advise- realize
that granting a loan to Israel
would mean infinitely more poli-
tically if it occurred a week or
two before election day. It would
be starklv dramaticand drama
is what Truman is seeking in his
campaigning.
The same would hold true for
D1andeis board
of trustees, has made available
significant letters and documents
relating to the planning of the
institution.
The inaugural festivities of the
University include the inauguia-
tion ceremony of Thursday eve-
ning, October 7, at Symphony
Hall in Boston at which Dr.
iSachar will be installed as first
;S; president of Brandeis and Dr.
. I Arthur H. Compton, chancellor
of Washington University and
Nobel Prize winner, will deliver
the principal address. The follow-
ing days of the festivities will be
devoted to academic conferences,
visitations to the Brandeis Uni-
versity campus, and various re-
ceptions to the academic deleg-
ates attending the festivities.
Al Pallot To Speak
On BB's 105 Years
E Albert Pallot, vice president
of the B'nai B'rith council, and
general chairman of the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith membership
d to, wiU address the North
Shore lodge on "105 Years of
Service to Humanity. Monday.
Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. at the Temple
;ie?hSholom,41st St. and Chase
[AHe will toll of B'nai B'rith's
service programs at home and
abroad, trace the tremendous
strides made by the Anti-De-
famation league in coming
anti-Semitism, and he will de-
scribe the functions of the 183
Hillel foundations on college
campuses in the U.S., Canada and
C The first regular fall meeting
of the lodge will be attended by
the women's chapter, which has
been invited to hear the speaker^
Mark Silverstein is in charge ol
the program and A. J. Kaplan
will preside. ^_________

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Expor.-Import Bank loan for is- U recognition, the relaxation
rael. No action is forthcoming on emigration bans, the lift-
of the emigration bans, the lift-
ing of the arms embargo, the U.N.
sponsoring of Israel, and a score
of other points.
And people here believe that
this will happenwhen the V.
House feels the time is ripe poli-
tically, and not before.
At***
raei. .no ai" *- --------.
this save heavy temporizing by
all concerned. President Trurr.an
is on record as favor.:.- I i loan.
The Israelis have convinced him
that thev will repay it and that
it will be used only for peaceful,
economic purposes.
The Export-Import Bank, how-
ever, savs they cannot grant the
loan until stability, and presum-
ably trar.quility. have returned
to Palestine, and they need more
assurances of repayment. Pledges
that suffice Truman do not suffice
the bankers, and friction grows
between them and Israelis who
remember upwards of $350,000.- ,
000 poured' into Greece as part of
the Truman Doctrine for that
most stable and tranquil country.
3. De jure recognition of Israel
and sponsorship to the United Na-
tions. Again, everyone in govern-
ment's upper echelons favor.- this
but nothing is being dor.e and.
rather than letting Israel join thi
U.N. to find some way herself to
bring peace to Palestine, tne-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
+Jewlsti fh>rid/an
PAGE SEVEN
Mrs. Agnes Buchler, of Budapest. Hungary, arrived in the
United States this week to study case work at the School of Social
Work of the University of Southern California on a scholarship
awarded her by the National Council of Jewish Women.
Widowed when her husband was shot by Hungarian Nazis.
Mrs. Buchler owe her own life to a courageous escape enroute to
a concentration camp. During much of the war, she was forced
to live in hiding under an assumed name.
A former employee of the American Joint Distribution Com-
miltee in Hungary, Mrs. Buchler, like the 25 previous Council
Overseas Scholarship students, will help in the reconstruction of
the Jewish Community abroad when she completes her studies
here.
Rosenthal Is Appointed
To Air Lines Post
Jerome M. Rosenthal of New
York City was recently appointed
director of industrial relations for
National Air Lines by G. T. Baker,
president.
Rosenthal, an attorney and
former staff member of NAL, has
been in the field of industrial
relations for several years. The
University of Illinois graduate
will reside in Miami with his
family.
Scott Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott of 1791
S.W. 16th Terr., announce the
bar mitzvah of their son, Sheldon,
tomorrow morning at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
A reception will follow the serv-
ices at the synagogue.
Traeger Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Traeger an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of their
son, Bertram, to be held at the
Miami Orthodox congregation, to-
morrow morning.
Their friends are invited to a
reception at their home, 465 N.W.
25th Ave., Sunday afternoon.
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Off the Record
. ^ Israeli representatives may soon meet in Switzerland
Kini aSKS/iPewCe,seitlement British intervention has prevented
Aing Abdullah of Transjordan from making a bold peace move
. outstanding Zionist leader who recently returned from Israel
was reluctant to discuss the reported peace negotiations ... He said
if negotiations are going on they are not yet in the stage of getting
thnt if PreSS Mlj,tarv experts in London have advised Bevin
mat if war is resumed the Arabs will suffer a humiliating defeat
*Ana\\l TSLim! re5-4* ^hJ^ was behind Bevin's decision to per-
Ki Aad *? Bntlsh del*gation to the Paris meeting of the
fflSEZ&fe^SuBT i He. 1S r,ePrled to have told high American
h F pT \- offlcV?ls in London that he still hopes to sway the UN to
fiendU* h PhCJ He P!ans to have the truce extended in the
iienaish nope that a truce prolongation would drain Israel's economy
Annl? .I?rae,1SS to $20,000 Per hour to maintain its army .
e^rfnf ioiateIy W*JlB Wil1 nave entered Israel before the
month, 9ver.5. fntered the country in the past three
a t. V : Ho.us,n 1S .ne of Israel's most pressing problems .
An Israeli housing commission may soon leave for the U.S. with a
BfiLf DUrchase about 20.000 prefabricated houses Under the
British, Jewish youths in Palestine were reluctant to join the police
enforce;* NowTthe sta4te uof Israel ** suffering from a dearth of law
S^ftnUW^iS mee.1 the emergency a number of police training
rm.rci ,^le been est,ablished ... It takes a two-week training
course to become a policeman There are now over 3,000 police
jobs open in Israel.
Little Bake Shop
Opening Well Received
The reopening last week of the
Little "Bake Shop. 2127 Coral
Way. Miami, was well received
according to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Lipset, proprietors. "We were
gratified to welcome the return
of so many of our satisfied pa-
trons who know that our pastries,
cakes, bread and rolls are made
of the best quality ingredients."
The Little Bake Shop, special-
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was awarded an "A" rating from
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Deborah Group Has Tea
The Deborah Group of Hadas-
sah opened its fall season with
a membership tea Wednesday
afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
Norman Babel, 620 44th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
Entertainment featured an
original skit, "The Cabana Heck-
ler," directed by Mrs. Julius Muf-
son, program chairman. The cast
included Mrs. Maurice Yalman,
Mrs. Lester Sale and Mrs. Mufson.
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PAGE EIGHT
Personally Speaking
M Sidles Wed Aug. 22, Reside In Gables
Alter Honeymooning Throughout Florid*
Mrs. Jack Wolfe
Miss Ruth Rosner, daughter of
Mr aid Mrs. David Rosner of
the Victor hotel, Miami Beach,
became the bride of Jack Wolfe
Sunday. Sept. 12, at the Ostend
hotel in Atlantic City. N. J.
Mr* Wolfe is a psychology
major at the University of Penn-
'ier husband. *
Mrs. I. A. W<
of Wvnnefield. Philadelphia, is
studying optomctry at Penn State
college. ^^^
Rabbi Zwitman
Unites Lencers
Miss Thelma Miriam Stevens,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Stevens. 1311 Meridian Ave, be-
came the bride of Morris H.
Ler.cer Sept. 5, in Temple Israel
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Lucille Kroll and Mrs. Esther
Eloch. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lencer, 12a
S.W. 3rd St., was attended by
Arthur Aronson, Paul Kohn.
Bernard Stevens, the bride's
brother, and Henry Stevens, the
bride's uncle.
Robe,, Ko.ims. son of Mr. M* **WZZ
ttswssSSSSS test
Florida where he was a member of Tau tpsiion r
Miss She,la Ludw;g wiU IjMg \ ^jSZ d
Florida State university at TaUaha-jee. She though ^
S^&S5S S convention here.
Mrs. Max Levin ^ [*# mUSTIfeS I
SfiSSS5SffiSa
Oct. 2. # # ^ I
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and daughter. Sandra, are back in
Miami after their .rip, *^Europjjftjr -W-^*JE Ruth Rosner Weds
Amsterdam on June ?. and landed in Lett ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ daughter
S^&?&%KelP EH flew to the new State of
Israel. They also visited Holland and Denmark.
Donald Berkowitz, son d Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berkowi.z, left
this week for the University of Florida.
stopped in Shrevesport and New Orleans. La.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and family returned this week
alter a five-week stay in Tannersville. N. Y.
Following a three months' vacation in Long Island, Miss
Edith Block 2164 S.W. 16th Terr., has returned to Miami While
fa? he north she was the house guest of Miss Zelda Almkofaky.
a former Miamian. Edith was the honor guest at several pa ties
during the summer. En route to her home she visited Norfolk,
Virginia, where she visited a sorority sister. A series of welcome-
home parties are being planned for Miss Block by Miss Pearl
KapljaiZalkin spent several days here with his daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Grossman left last week for New
York whe'e they will visit their daughter Rita. Their other
daughter. Naomi, will meet them there. After their return to
Miami, a possible trip to Cuba will wind up their vacation.
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Miss Fannie Levitt, 3340 S.W. 26th St., is spending two
weeks in New York, where she will greet relatives from over-
seas. En route home she will stop in Savannah for several days.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Berk have returned following a
four weeks' vacation in the north.
* *
Miss Ruth Narzissenfeld has returned to her home at 520
N.W. 7th St., after three months spent in the north. Her first stop
was in Rochester, New York, where several parties were given
in her honor. She also visited Albany and Philadelphia. Ruth
is preparing to attend Florida State university where she will
major in sociology.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Sam Prosterman, 447 Royal Palm Ave., just
returned from Chicago after an extended trip.
* M *
Recuperating after an operation in Riverside hospital, Sam
Pearlman, 1924 S.W. 20th St., will return home on Sunday.
* *
Ruth Brotman. who has spent the past three months travel-
ing in the Canadian Laurentian mountains, green mountains,
Vermont, Plattsburg, N. Y., and Philadelphia will arrive back in
Miami before the High Holy days. Miss Brotman was guest of
Boris Romanoff, ballet master of the Metropolitan opera ballet,
and her former singing teachers, Edward Johnson, manager of
the Metropolitan opera, and William Pelletier, director of the
Metropolitan orchestra.
+ *
Mrs. H. Mack is recuperating at home after an operation
at Jackson Memorial hospital.
*
- ^ ,,nt n k \. crates a clinical laboratory on the
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Denner, 4431 Prairie Ave., have re-|Beach
turned after a six weeks' motor tour, during which they visited
Hendersonville, N. C, Charleston. W. Va. and New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein have returned after an ex-
tended two month's vacation in the north. In Ellensville, N. Y.
they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Slutsky. They attended
two weddings in St. Louis, Mo., and spent time in Boston. Wis-
consin Dells, Maine, Canada and Chicago.


After a honeymoon touring the
state, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Irwin
Sidle, who were married August
22 af the Atlantis hotel, Miami
Beach, are making their home in
Coral Gables. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman performed a double ring
ceremony under a canopy of
white gladoli.
The former Rosalie Diane Kot-
kin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kotkin, 1344 S.W. 17th
Ter., had as her attendants her
sister. Miss Florice Kotkin, maid
of honor; Mrs. Merle Jacobson of
Pittsburgh, the bridegroom's
sister, matron of honor; and Mrs.
Seymour Gladstone, Miss Tobie
Jacobskind, Mrs. Sybil Wasman,
the bride's cousin; Mrs. Irwin
Berger; Miss Bernice Sidle, sister
of the'groom; and Miss Marcie
Frank, bride's maids and matrons.
Meryl Pam Davis, young cousin
of the bride, was the flower girl.
Seymour Gladstone was the
best man for Mr. Sidle, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sidle, 1226
S.W. 18th St. His ushers werf-
Sidney Kotkin, the bride's cuosin;
Rosalie Kotkin Sidle
served for three years in the Navy
during the war.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klein, Mi. and
Mrs. A. A. Davis and Mrs. A.
Levy of New York; Mr. and Mrs
M. Kotkin of Washington, D. C;
Mrs. Harry A. Miller, Mrs. M. A.
Cohen and daughter, Cynthia, and
Stanley Gumberg of Pittsburgh:
and Mrs. Myron Newman of Chi-
cago.
A dinner followed the cere-
mony.
Klein Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein of
1110 Euclid Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Lillian, to Edwin M. Peretzman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami
Beach. The wedding will take
place in the spring.
The Peretzmans honored the
the

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Mrs. Morris H. Lencer
After a reception in Kaplan
hall the couple left for a honey-
moon in New York. On their re-
turn they wil live at 1930 Mar-
seilles Dr.
Mrs. Lencer is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High school
and attended the University of
Texas and the University of Mi-
ami.
The bridegroom attended New
York university and received a
master of science degree from the
University of Michigan. He op.
UNSIGHTLY
BUNIONS
couple with a dinner at
American-Hungarian Culture club
OUUWJ .w.-., .- last week. Both are graduates of
Frank Marks, Mitchell Goldman, | Miami Beach Senior High school.
Irwin Berger, Murray Zohn and j Mr peretZman served for 2tt
Stanley Wasman. years in the Navy.
Mrs. Sidle is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High school, where
she was a member of the glee
club and Tri Beta sorority. Mr.
Sidle attended Miami Senior High
school and was graduated from
Riverside Military academy. He
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-mAV. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
+ Mi*.l fkrMfon
Solomon Troth; Weiss, Edwinn Marriages Announced
E5
Mrs. David Howard Weiss
Mrs. David Howard Weiss, the
former Molly Ann Boyell, who
married Sept. 5, is honey-
Williamsburg, Va.,
in
was
mooning
after which she will make her
home in Washington, D. C, where
her husband is employed by the
Navy department. The bride is
the'daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. Frank Edwinn
Harry Boyell, 1096 Venetian way.
Residing in New York after
their marriage there are Mr. and
Mrs. E. Frank Edwinn. Mrs. Ed-
winn is the- former Miss JoAnn
Lipinsky of Asheville, N. C, and
her husband is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg of
Mrs. Sam LeVine
151 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
The engagement of Rita Solo-
mon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mose Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th
Terr., to Sam LeVine of Co-
lombus, Ohio, was announced at
a family dinner at the Raleigh
hotel, Sept. 9. No date has been
set for the wedding.
Lillian Steen New
Miss B'nai B'rith
Miss B'nai B'rith of 1948 is
Miss Lillian Steen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Steen, 5172
S.W. 4th St., who won the title
not only because of beauty but
also because of her vocal ability,
at a dance sponsored by the
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, Sun-
day night, at the Frolics club.
Miss Steen, who sang "Be-
cause," did some professional
work in Massachusetts, where she
lived, and made extensive USO
tours throughout the East during
the war.
The new queen, who was
crowned by Miss Jean Bromberg,
last year's winner, will add her
new loving cup to others she al-
ready has, for not only is she a
talented singer, but also she has
won several rhumba contests.
Others competing for the title
were the Misses Margaret Blau.
Florence Lovinger, Bunny Lynn
and Rita Jo Quartin.
Associated Photographers
Lillian Steen
Carolyn Guthman Engaged
Announcement is made this<3
week of the engagement of
two University of Miami students,
Miss Carolyn Guthman, daughter
of Mrs. Ruth Guthman, 3900 N.
Meridian Ave., and Donald Bar-
mack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Barmack, 5620 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach. No date has been set for
the wedding.
Both Miss Guthman and Mr.
Barmack were graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school
and ure attending the University
of Miami. He is a law student and
is a member of Zeta Beta Tau
fiatc.nity. During the war he
served with the Navy for 15
mont is.
Gutmann-Walterman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walterman
who were married Sept. 7, in the
study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
will make their home in Miami
Beach. The bride is the former
Miss Beate B. Gutmann, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gut-
mann of Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Max Silver gave the bride in
marriage and she was attended
by Miss Emily Hank, maid of
honor, and Mrs. Ida Levy, matron
of honor. George Topolski was
best man.
Mrs. Walterman attended Syra-
cuse university and was gradu-
ated from Mt. Sinai Hospital
School of Nursing, New York.
Beth David Names
Jerome B. Gordon as
Education Director
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Miss Dorothy Lightman has again resumed her activities
os teacher of handicapped children bothl in the public schools
end in the National Children's Cardiac Home, alter a sunnier
spent in the New England states. While in the north she attended
the Tanqlewood Musical Festival.
--
Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 933 S.W. 6th Ave., has returned to her
home following an extended vacation in Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and daughter. Barbara, and
Mrs. Weiner's sister, Miss Matilda Norman, returned^recentiy
from a trip to California and Lake Louise, Canada Bbara will
leave again this week to begin school at Vanderbilt university
in Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs S. H. Evans and children will leave today'for
their home in the Bronx, N. Y. after attending the wedding of
their sister. Katherine Pereizman to William Bell.
Miss Charlotte Blumberg. daughter of Mr. andMrs. Nat
Blumberg. 1285 S.W. 19th Terr., returned to Miami WCWuly Wttb
her fiance. Stanley Freed, after pending the summer in New
Jersey. Mr. Freed has returned home and Miss B umberg will re
sume her studies at Northwestern Dental school next weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. SeymouAlcTdstcTne, 1895 S.W. 22nd Stwill
return to Miami this weekend after vacationing in Chicago
where they visited Mrs. Gladstone's parents, Mr n r ;
Myron Newman. On their way home, they stopped in cnana
nooga to visit Mr. Gladstone's relatives and rrienas.
Miss Isadora Margolis^daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph*
Margolis. 3163 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, returned to Miar,
this week after spending some time in Tampa who
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weissman.
Congregation Beth David this
week announced the appointment
of Jerome B- Gordon as executive
educational director.
Mr. Gordon received his He-
brew educa-
tion at the
Rabb i Isaac
Elc h a n a n
Theologi c a 1
Sem i n a r y
and was
gradu a t e d
from the
Yeshiva Un-
iversity with
a degree of
B.A. He at-
tended the
University of Rochester Graduate
School, majoring in the field of
education and receiving his teach-
er's certificate in secondary ed-
ucation for the State of New
York.
He taught in the high school
system for four years, simul-
taneously heading the Beth
Sholom Congregation Sunday
school and Temple B'rith Kodesh
Hebrew department.
For the past four years he was
associated with the Beth Joseph
Center of Rochester in the ca-
pacity of executive and educa-
tion director. During that time
Mr Gordon actively engaged in
many of the youth educational,
Zionist and Social projects; as di-
rector of the City of Keren Ami
Organization, principle of the Re-
ligious Education Release Time
Plan, the Jewish representative
to the Otetiana Extention and Or-
ganization Committee of the Ro-
chester Chapter of the Boy Scouts
of America and a member of the
Zionist Youth Commission.
Fealk-Borkin Troth
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Marilyn
Yvette Fealk and Albert Mayer
Borkin was announced Saturday
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. David Fealk, at a re-
ception at their home in Detroit,
Mich. The wedding has been set
for Nov. 23, at the Shaarey Zedek
synagogue in Detroit.
Miss Fealk attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Mr. Borkin
l is the son of Mrs. Rose Borkin,
1730 N.E. 62nd St., Miami. He is a
senior at the University of Miami
Law school and is a member of
Nu Beta Epsilon, law fraternity.
During the war he served with
the amphibious force in the Paci-
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JEWS IN SPORTS
There's quite a story behind
Harry Herschel Haft. Brooklyn
fighter who shows in Brooklyn
later this month. Haft saw his
sister thrown into a Nazi over.
along with thousands of others
and his job was to remove gold
fillings from their mouths. He
learned to box because the Nazis
gave bread to the participants of
slugfests. When liberated he
weighed 110 pounds, but now tips
the scales at 180. With his box::-.;
earnings he hopes to bring his
other sister, lone family survivor
besides himself, to these shoi

News of his selection as the
No. 1 Rookie of the Year in the
American Association was broken
to Miamian Al Rosen by a news
photographer dispatched to the
park to get a photo of the Kansas
City star before the game. August
23."
"Gosh. I'm really surprised,
said Rosen. "There are a lot of
other good rookies in the league.
I thought someone beside me
would be picked."
Soccer Notes: Hilda, the cow-
bell girl who turned her back on
the Dodgers and now roots for
the Giants, will be on hand at
the Polo Grounds to root for the
Israeli team which will oppose
the U.S. Olympic team Sept. 26 .
Jocko Farhai. sports editor of the
leading Tel Aviv daily, will cap-
-... n the visitors Eugene
ling Is-
raeli team was in the lineup of
the Hakoah All-Stars from Vi-
enna who played here in 1926
. Manny HarowiU of Hatikvoh
n vote-.-; the most valuable
player in the National League.
.
The C lun bia University basket-
ball team is currently visiting
Puert Ri( giving exhibitions
an i Unies natives w h
are very much interested in our
A". Kap'.ar.
I Little a: was one I
-.-. s : th team which won
the Ivy"League title ".as: winter

A- i ai R sen and Rotblatt
there aren't to many I ighly rau d
Jewish baseball players in the
:-::-, rs Y Ling Ginsberg with Wil-
liamsport in the Eastern Lrague
is batting .336 to head the
and Saul Rogovin of Buffal is
up with the pitching hurlers in
the International League. T.
a few boys in leagues of m
lower classification but they
years away from major leag
consideration. Herbie Cohen.
young BrooklyniU and son ol Irv
Cohen. Rocky Graziano's boxing
manager, is doing a good mound
job for Hickory in tr.e Carolina
State loop but he is still several
years away from a tryout with
the parent NY. Giants.
Boy Scouts are seen at serrices held at the Ten Mile River
Scout Camp of the Greater New York Councils. Six rabbis were
in residence all summer as Scout Chaplains. The rustic chapel
is a memorial to a former Boy Scout, Capt. Jacob Joseph, U.S.M.C..
who gave his life at Guadalcanal. Thousands of boys attend Scout
camps throughout the nation where religious services are con-
ducted for Scouts of Jewish. Catholic and Protestant faiths in ac-
cordance with the Twelfth Scout Law: "A Scout is Reverent. He is
reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and re-
spects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion."
U.S. Commissioner
To Facilitate DP
Immigration Here
NEW YORK. (JTA)Ugo Ca-
rusi. Displaced Persons commis-
sioner, this week flew to Germany
to facilitate the selection of DP's
as immigrants to the United
States under the new DP im-
migration law.
The flow of DP immigrants
since passage of the law has been
cut off and it is estimated that
unless Congress appropriates ad-
ditional funds only some 40.000
will be admitted during the first
year's operation under the law
which provides for the admission
of 205.000 within two years. Ca-
rusi declared that the present
provisions of the law automatical-
ly eliminate some 185.000 of 200,-
000 Jews who fled to DP camps
from Poland in 1946 and 1947.
The New York Times this week
termed "shocking and alarming"
a proposal by the U.S., Britain,
Netherlands and Brazil to the
U.N. Economic and Social Coun-
cil to return to the countries from
which they came all "unaccom-
panied" DP children up to 16
years of age. The editorial pointed
out that the children referred to
in the proposal are Jewish war
orphans and survivors of concen-
tration camps who "have vivid
memories of their wartime years
and stubbornly cling to the hope
that they will start life again in
the United States, in Canada and
in Palestine."
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 SOS p.m.
. Lehrman and Cantor l.oldrlng
onduct service* &1< l;d-l!; '"^i
tion of the'week,
services at 8 a m. and .i->
: Monday through
. to 6:S0 p.m. Sunday
a.n 1'-,rMlt,v;,\,r.f
Iward, son ol Mr. and Mr*
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Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
i\ evening service* at 6 p.m.;
ns rvicei at 8:30 a.m.
Reverend Mamcne*
rt Friday, 3 SO to :30
, i :.. .- ;. (istratlon >un-
: aln a: i.m.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St, Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
services ai
. .. si eak on "The uui
\ Saturday morning
Religious school .m
Registration from
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ORTHODOX
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
evening service*, at 6:ir> a.m.;
ga, ornirig aervlcea at S a.m.
: .- Mil...:: '. Sheldon, eon of Mr.
..;. \ \ g ott. Mlshna clasaea
at ; : Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by
. Rabbi will speak on the
vt the Week. Hel'IeW School
6:30 p.m. Sunday
will begin Sunday at
4.".
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:15;
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Junior congregation services at 10
.i.m. Bar Mitzvah of Bertram, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Traener.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
Portion of the Week. Mincha at 5:45
followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Registration for
religious school from 3:3i> to 6 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Motes Mescheloff:
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning at S:30. Mincha at
6 p.m., fololwed by Shalos Sudos.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Wek. Registration of
children for Sunday school will be
held daily from 3:30 to 7:00. Dally
BChool from 3:30 to 7 p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday evening services 6:30 p.m.;
Saturday morning services at 8:30
a.m. The rabbi will speak on' the
Portion of the Week. Saturday after-
noon at 5 p.m. the rabbi will speak.
Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by
Shalos Sudos. Maarlv at 7:30 p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish Laws
and Customs. Morning services daily
at 7:3" a.m. followed by a class in
Mishnah.
REFORM
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Services Friday night at 8:15. The
Rabbi will speak on '"The Vision of
the Prophet Isaiah.'' Vocal selec-
organ. Miss Marian I). Cohen will be
gueat soloist. A reception will follow,
tion by Rita Averbach accompanied
by Lllyan Drucker at organ. Miss
Marian P. Cohen will be guest soloist.
V reception will folow. Religious
school registration on Sunday at 10
' TempU I..tl37 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath evening services at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will conduit
'Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Frldav evening services at 8:00.
Speaker to be announced.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Friday evening service at 6 p.m.
Hebrew school classes alternate week
daya for boys and girls ages 7% to
13." Sundae school at 9:4u a.m. for
children from the ages of 4*1 to 14'i-
High school of Jewish studies. Sunday
morning9:45 for young people 15
years ol ace and older, ____
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TprnAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1948
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ZIONIST NEW LOOK:
There arc going to be a lot of
tamortant changes very soon in
activities in this country
Dr Abba Hillel Silver is am-
Mtioasiy developing new plans
ulatcd to bring to Israel funds
Sinning into many hundreds of
SSons of dollars These plans
^primarily on private Amen-
an investments in Israel and on
JLkinU the Jewish state an in-
SSS center for the Near East (
The American members of
he-Zionist Actions Committee
,hn mst returned from Israel
all of the opinion that the
wish state will depend heavily
on American private capital .
And there is no doubt that Dr.
Fmanuel Neumann, together with
Silver, will now concentrate
actively on stimulating
Zionist Administrative Council To Hear
Reports Of Tel Aviv Sessions
Dr.
most
American Jews to invest a good
nart of their capital in enterprises
StaSel ... Dr. Israel Goldstein,
who is now the treasurer of th
Jewish Agency, will leave the
United States for a year immedi-
ately after the Jewish High Holi-
day; and will establish his seat
in Jerusalem ... During the year
he will, naturally, visit the United
States in the interests of fund-
raising activities conducted in
this countrv for Agency work in
Israel Eliahu Stone of Boston
is expected to be in charge of all
the Zionist activities in Latin
America and will have to do a
lot of flving between New York
and the various Central and South
American capitals ... The Amer-
ican Zionist Emergency Council
may be dissolved as such and its
entire machinery may become a
part of the public relations work
of the American branch of the
World Zionist Organization ex-
ecutive .
*
SIGN OF TIMES:
The establishment of Israel has
resulted in greater interest in the
United States in Hebrew and in
Jewish history ... To meet this
demand, a number of universities
offering
atives of the Israeli government
are listed as guest lecturers on
the course on "Modern Palestine"
. This course deals with the
development of modern Palestine,
the Yishuv and its institutions.
Arab-Jewish relations, the eco-
nomic and cultural aspects of life
ir. Israel ... An interesting course
offered by New York University
is a 60-hour study of "Jewish
Customs and Traditions" ... It
aims to acquaint students with
and development of
Jewish observances and concepts
in the light of modern scientific
investigation Among the
topics included for discussion are:
Jewish liturgy and mode of wor-
ship, major ceremonial practices
and rites, dietry laws, marriage
laws and customs Also such
concepts'as monotheism, zedakah,
mitzvah.
Jewish Welfare Board
Completes Preparations
For Holiday Services
NEW YORKContinuing a
more than thirty-year pattern of
religious service to men in mili-
tary installations and VA hos-
pitals, the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board (JWB) has announced
that its High Holy Day prepara-
tions have been completed. This
program is to be geared and
eventually extended to the new
selectees and integrated into the
personnel in the armed forces at
' home and abroad and in the VA
1 hospitals.
Jews In Sports
Boycott action against British
films shown in the U.S., stem-
ming mainly from the hot ques-
tion of British policy in Pales-
tine, stirred more troubled waters highiignted by a
this week as a number of Irish meeting %t e Adminis-
organizations reportedly joined J^T/^____:16.....u:u _,,;
the movement. Simultaneously,
"new USO," of which JWB is a
member. Assurances have been
received from the Army, Air
Force, Navy and VA that leaves
I for the holidays will be granted
NEW YORKDr. Abba H llel Silver, head of the American to Jewish men wherever possible.
Section of the World Zionist Organization, and Dr. Emanuelj JWB is the agency recognized
Neumann, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will by the government and designat-
address the f.rst meeting of the newly-elected National Adminis- ed by the American Jewish com-
trative Council of the ZOA at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New.UL**'JSZ!u!l!ffuwil"
Yr.rU r. cjr.ri c. iq if are and morale needs of Jewish
York, on Sunday, Sept. 19. | nprsonnel in the armed forces at
Members of the Council the
ruling body of the ZOA between
conventionswill hear American
Zionist leaders give a detailed re-
port on the proceedings and de-
cisions of the two weeks' sessions
of the Governing Council of the
World Zionist Organization which
concluded its meeting recently in
Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Other speakers will be Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, newly-elected
treasurer of the World Zionist
Organization and chairman of the
World Confederation of General
Zionists, as well as other mem-
bers of the American Zionist dele-
gation to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the ZOA Administrative Coun-
cil, who also attended the ses-
sions in Israel, will preside.
During the morning, the ses-
sions at the Hotel Pennsylvania
will be devoted to various meet-
ings relating to cultural activi-
ties, fund-raising, membership
and intra-organizational matters
of the ZOA. The afternoon ses-
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the onslaught brought on other
repercussions, including a move
by a number of the nation's ex-
hibitors to call a conference of
theatre men on the problem. The
huddle would be to set the rules
as to exactly "what is a British
picture" subject to picketing and
what is not. More drastic action
is shaping up daily, with non-
sectarian outfits all over the
country planning to join the plug-
ging of the boycott.

Edna Ferber and George S.
Kaufman are revising the script
of their new play, "Bravo!" It's
the first time since they began
collaboration that they've had to
do more than slight rewriting be-
fore the start of rehearsals and
trative Council at which ranking
Zionist leaders will speak.
Preceding the Administrative
Council, a meeting of the National
ZOA executive will be held Sat-
urday night, September 18.
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Hebrew Calendar
5708 1948
Rosh Chodesh Kilul ......_
Sept. 6
New York University has 17 such
courses this season They start
with elementary Hebrew and
conclude with a course on con-
temporary Hebrew literature .
The courses, for which Hebrew
is not required, include lectures
on the American Jewish commun-
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range from 3 to 6 Represent-
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Zwitman to Address
New York Seminary
Opening Exercises
Dr. Stephen S. Wise has an-
nounced this week that Rabbi
Colman A Zwitman of Temple
Israel has been invited to giv
the address at the opening ex-
ercises of the Jewisli Instituti
of Religion and Hebrew U:
college in New York, Sur.d;;.
Ribbi Colman A. Z '
This ii] ginning
of t jreai '..n48-49 for
logical
two schools have
and are under 1
Dr. Nelson Glue
Rabbi Zwitman who
hone: tr invitation is i
graduati I I Institui
of Religion.
Itirths
Mr and Mrs L
of Hiali
of their son. Thi ris I k place
Wedr h me of the
J R r/.hal.
2 N.E 1st A ith Rev.
Phil! | ffi iating R
Moses Mes Shai
Theodore Simons
Theodore Simons
To Serve In Europe
Theodore R. Simons is en:
:o Europe with his wife and I
; r old son after reenlistil
Army for a three year pt.
He relinquished his construction
ess to reenter service, basil -
ision on his desire to aid
.- forces in the El
pi n rehal ilitation program.
When attending the Ui
I Florida, he joined the R.O.T.C
and graduated a captain. In
W rid War II he- enlisted at
second lieutenant and was pro-
ted to a captaincy. He is the
so.-, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Si-
-. longtime Miami n
MB Center Stresses
Activities For Youth
In addition to regular school
studies, the Miami Beach J<
C n munity center has expanded
its program of extra-curriclar
activities for youth.
The Center is now accept
- tion of childri n for I
- ry wl : "
ftefthe holidays. Cl
be held from 9 a.m. until 12
noon. The school will b< I
capable licensed teachers
rtation will be pro-
I
A Youth C tuncil library i
as been I si
\ Sal bath story hour
; j Saturday aftenv
ildren will gather to
listen to Jewish stories and le-
nds and to sing Hebrev
A dramatic club to present
in celebration of holiday- is
:n formation. Also an arts and
ts | i gram has been organ-
Other plar.s for after the holi-
are resumption of AZA-BBG
Mitzvah breakfas*.- on Sun.
lay rrornings: creation of an
alumni association made up of
former students: continuation of
dances; and participa-
I :. in the Young People's league.
Mr Ben S vack of
41" N lUtil .- Dr.. announce
took
pi their home.
Rev. Phillip Frit ted at

Mr Mrs. M. r. o:
S "'' 23rd Terr., announce
:. Thi bris
ith Rev.
: I ficial
A 1 .". '' -
: Mr and Mrs. Harold
S.W 52nd Are..
Sept i. H< child.
F i man,
-.'-. nee thi
'-:.
Weiner Roast
A wein<: roast will highlight
the Irive of the Flak-
ier Granada Jewish Community
p, Saturday ever..--. Sept
25, al 8:30 p.m. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelm
4451 S.W. 1st St.
Committee in charge are Mrs.
J. Hendsel. chairman: Mrs. J
Segal. Mrs. Ben Clein. Mrs. Louis
Mrs. H. Schatzberg and
Herman Feldman. In case of rain
the affair will be postponed until
the :"'lowing evening.
The center :; planning a Hallo-
we'en ::. dance at the Coral
les Women's club for the I
future,
Isaiah Offers Art Course
The first session of the Temple
h Ri ligious School will be
held this Sunday at 10 a.m.
will include Jew
ry, Bible. Hebrew instru I
customs and ceremonies: also art
and music.
Miss Evelyn Ell. local artist,
will head the art department.
Miss Ell was a student at the- Art
Institute in Chicago where she
larship. Her vt
een exhibited ,-.t many art
institutes. Miss Ell's classi -
pli Isaiah will include water
t< unique, charcoal, crayon,
skel hing and sculpture.
Iren who are artistically in-
clined are especially urged to reg-
ister for these classes.
Thanks
George Adler, 1096 Biscayne
nd, wishes to thank his
many friends for their well
wishes during his llni --
Mr : 3 Mrs Samuel Septoff.
T74C Tatun Wa l i-ay Di
Masada Dance Nets
To Buy Ambulance
Sunny Kay local night club
er.tcrt..:.- in
pan*. .1 be the guest
' ir at a swim dance sponsored
by the Masada chapters in the
iter Miami area, at the Ritz
Plaza hotel tomorrow evening at
8:30.
Proceeds of the affair will be
towards the purchase of an am-
bulance for the Red Mogan Dovid.
Israelian counterpart of the Red
Cross and affiliate of the Inter-
national Red Cross. Admission
will be SI.25 contribution, and
tickets may be purchased at the
door.
Swimming will last from 8:30
until 10:30 and dancing will be
from 9:30 until 12:30.
Sam Soldir.eer. chairman of the
affair, has announced the follow-
ing committee: Jack Fried. Abe
Schafer. Miss Faith Alexander.
Miss Brenda Hoch. Miss Lillian
Schecter, and Miss Adele Zaker.
Ill Memorial!!-
Members of the Sraff and Guests of the
Albion Hotel
Extend their sincere sympathy to
Eh and Dr. David S. Andron
On the passing of their beloved mother
September 14th
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to rhe family of the late
MIIS. JACOB L. WIMtON
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Lobel and Family
625 42nd Street. Miami Beach
The Miami Beach Zionist District
Expresses sincere sympathy to their Vice President Dr
David S. Andron. and to the other members of the family
of the late
MRS. JACOB L. AMMtOX
in lheir hour of bereavement.
SOS Deposit Station
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
president of the Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations,
announces that an official SOS
deposit station has been estab-
lished at the J and N Machine
Shop. 926 North Miami Ave. Old
clothes must be wrapped and
debvered as no pick-up service
exists. Men's clothing is especial-
ly needed.
S K!aS!uk^/ff;X,0.T Vice ***
family, on the death of ftabuLS* mfImbe" his
May they find eomfoA he ^KSfeftSH 3"d wifc'
labors were not in vain, for she lESSSSL ""t her earlhly
the spirit of Torah and the Jewls?ft he\f*nly in
comfort them together with S^SS^^, *"
The Officers and Directors
of ih
Board of Jewish Education of Greater Miami
In Momoriam
MRS. JACOB L. \Mito\
The Officers. Directors and Members of The Hebrew
Academy, extend their heartfelt sympathy to the"
esteemed President. Dr. David S. Andron and to Mrs.
Joseph E. Rackovsky. on the passing of their beloved
Mother. May the Almighty comfort them, their dear
Father and all the family together with the mourners
of Zion, in the knowledge that her life's career was not
in vain, for she brought up Torah-true children who are
upright American citizens and a pride to all Israel, and
who in turn are leaders in the community and Jewish
affairs in the fields of religion, education, Zionism and
all philanthropic work.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
MRS. JACOB L. AMIHOX
devoted member and beloved Mother of our founder Dr
David S. Andron and our Chaplain, Mrs. Joseph E.
Rackovskyour sincere sympathy to all the family in
this sad hour of their great loss.
LADIES LEAGUE
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
MRS. A. OSHEROFF. President
We extend our sincerest condolences to the president of
the Hebrew Academy, our dear friend and co-worker,
Dr. David S. Andron, to his father and all the family on
he death of their beloved mother and wife. May they
find comfort in knowing that her teachings are bearing
fruit as her children march forward as leaders in Zion.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
Extend their deepest sympathy to Dr. David S. Andron
and the entire family of the late Mrs. Jacob L. Andron
and pray that God will comfort them in their bereave-
ment. May they find solace in knowing that she was a
true daughter in Israel, raising her family in the finest
Jewish tradition and the spirit of the Torah.
We deeply mourn the passing of Mrs. Jacob L. Andron.
wife of our esteemed member and Mother of our Rabbi's
wife. Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky and our director. Dr.
David S. Andron. May they find solace in remembering
that she was a true daughter in Israel and she raised her
family in the finest Jewish tradition and spirit of the
Torah. Our heartfelt sympathy is-extended to the be-
reaved family.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
_________NORMAN KAPLAN, President
ANDRON. MRS. JACOB L.beloved Mother of Mrs.
Joseph E. Rackovsky, our dear RabbiUenwe extend our
deep sympathy to her and all the family in this hour of
their bereavement.
SisterhoodCongregation Beth Tfilah
Mrs. Samuel Shapiro. President
We extend our sincere condolences to our devoted Di-
rectorDr. David S. Andron, to his father and all the
familyon the death of their beloved Motner and wife.
May they find comfort in knowing thai her teachings are
bearing fruit as her children march forward as leaders
in Zion.
North Beach Orthodox Congregation
Jacob Kaufman, President
Mr. and Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman
Extend their heartfelt sympathy to Dr. David S. Andron,
his father and the entire family on the death of their
mother and wife. May they find solace in the knowledge
that she was a true daughter in Israel and may their
-ontmued efforts in behalf of maximum Jewish educa-
tion and in communal activities serve as a balm to their
sorrow.
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rRTDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
+Jmi$i) Ftnrjrffam
Rochstein Is New Physical Director
Of Miami Y; Assumes Duties Monday
Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami "Y" has announced
the engagement of Abraham Rochstein, as the new physical
director of the Miami "Y," to succeed Chuck Klein.
Mr. Rochstein was born in New York City and obtained his
BS in Education from the City College in New York, and his
Master in Health Education from
Columbia University. He brings
with him an extensive experience
and background in the field of
physical education.
Prior to coming to Miami, he
was head counsellor of Camp Mil-
foul in Kent, Conn. During the
pact year he was the director of
physical education of the Jewish
Center in Port Chester, New York.
From September 1946 to 1947, he
directed the entire program of
health and physical education in
the Ramaz School, New York
City. In the summer of 1946, he
was athletic director of the West
Shore Country Club in New York
and directed the entire program
of physical activities in that re-
sort. He also taught community
recreation for the board of educa-
tion in the City of New York.
From 1943 to 1946, he was P.T.
instructor in the United States
Army Air Force, instructing mili-
tary personnel in all types of
physical activity. From 1939 to
1942. he was athletic coach in
the Bronx Council House in New
York City.
Mr. Rochstein is married. He
will assume his duties at the
Miami "Y" on September. 20.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Gannes Advises
Sunday School
The- United .Jewish School
which was organized recently by
the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
the Flugler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter and the West Miami Jewish
Center, has selected A. P. Gannes
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, as advisor and ex-
officio member of the board The
officers are Dr. S. Blumenthal,
chairman; Mrs. M. Goodman, sec-
retary; and Louis Goldin, treas-
urer. Members of the board in-
clude Morton Beigel, A. B. Klein
Mrs. Rose Nemeth, Lee H. Platt!
M. J. Segal and Max Weinberg'
The purpose of the United Jew-
ish school is to provide for a
joint Sunday and Hebrew school
The Sunday school will be housed
at the University of Miami with
Hyman Pomerantz, of the BJE
staff, acting as superintendent.
LEGAL NOTICE
Abraham Rochstein
Gannes Speaks on Radio
A. P. Gannes will be the guest
of Mrs. Lillian Fox on the radii
program "Jewish News anci
Views," Wednesday, at 8:45 a.m.
He will be interviewed on "Jew
ish Education Month."
Perlmutter, Cancer Control Pioneer,
To Make Miami Beach Permanent Home
Miami Beach may well become
the "brain center" of cancer con-
trol in the United States with
the arrival of one of the pioneer
fighters. Julius Jay Perlmutter,
founder and first president of the
National Cnncer Foundation. Ten
years ago he became a mortal
enemy of the dread disease when
it took the lives of both his
parents within thirteen weeks of
each other.
Perlmutter first acheived na-
tional prominence in 1946 when
he worked for the passage of a
bill in the 79th Congress that
would call for hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars to be spent yearly
for government cancer research
and planning. The planning as-
pect, he declared was suggested
when he discovered three widely
scattered scientists in the United
States working on the same
phase of cancer control with no
knowledge of each other's pro-
gress.
The main purpose of the Cancer
Foundation, is to discourage the
"negative thinking" which has
tended to make hospitals refuse
beds to advanced patients, on the
grounds of hopelessness." "While
there's life, there is always hope!"
Mr. Perlmutter claims, "And no
one is too poor, or too advanced
I to receive the utmost in care.
Mr. Perlmutter attended New
York Univ. rsity, where he studied
merchandising and met the pres-
ent Mrs. Perlmutter, then a stu-
dent at Hunter College. Perl-
jrutter engaged in the wholesale
distribution of textiles. He re-
ally liquidated his textile busi-
ness, from whence he rose from
a $3.50 per week delivery boy to
he presidency of the multi-mil-
lion dollar concern, to come down
"ere l devote his time to mort-
age investments at 335 Lincoln
jtoad. "This move was prompted,"
wlmutter said, "because of the
IjW that I like this town better
Pan any other on the map, and
P leaves me more free time to
Ijwrfc on the latest movements in
econtrol. Without a backward
B i th Perlmutters sold their
ockviH.. Center home in Long
iand and have come here to buy
LdVi. a home for themselves
]6a Xh*" two children, Lawrence.
LA ami Beach Hi8h student;
vr gina Victria, 4'A.
"". Perlmutter still retains the
r*armanship of the bQard Qf the
L'0"31 Association of Merchan-
II e Jokers, and the same posi-
tion with the foundation bearing
his name. It is planned that each
year, Miami or Dade county will
have a dinner for the annual
award of the Julius Jay Perl
mutter Foundation scroll to ;.
local pioneer for his outstandim
contribution in the fight agains
the disease which strikes dowi
one out of every eight persons
Nominations for the award car
be made by any interested citize;
or group by contacting Mr. Perl-
mutter at his office at 335 Lincoln
Road.
!'.. undersigned, desiring to engage
vV'iTvr, ''."!'';', tl.'e fictitious name
WhlNKLES LloiOR STORES at 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in
of
'"'" ;! Leon Boulevard,"* "ComS
'.aides. Honda, intend to register said '
>,.'"" with the clerk of the Circuit
i "iirt .,1 Dade County. Florida.
LEO A. CHAIKIN
AARoN WEINKLE
CARE WEINKLE
,,., Applicants
jM Kits. HKI.MAN ,* KAPLAN
attorneys for Applicants
8/87 a/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
tiio undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslno.-s under the fictitious name of
Leniar Hotel at 186 Sth St., Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
suld name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ,,f Dade Countv, Florida
FLORENCE WELOFF
sole Owner
HARRY D1ETZ
Congress ISldg.
Attorney for Applicant
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,_ NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that
llVili Sliolom lias
Itfligious Classes
Temple Beth Sholom Religiou
school reopened last Sunday with
an enrollment surpassing las'
year's peak of 350.
Registration and application-
for admission to all department.-
Sunday school and Hebrew
school, Nursery school, Bar Mitz
vah and Bas Mitzvah classes an.
post-graduate institutewill bi
accepted during the entire week
Sydney J. Greenberg, Philadel
phia Jewish educator and now ;
permanent resident of Miami
Beach, has been reappointet
principal of the Religious school
Working with him will be a newh
reorganized professional staff o
trained teachers, including Mis;
Ann Orris, graduate of Boston
University and Boston Hebrew
Teachers College.
New features this year includt
a special system of honor credits
the Mogen Dovid System, a PTA
sponsored supply room, a ful
time librarian, a milk and juice
bar, special Bas Mitzvah class foi
girls 11 and 12, an activity pro-
gram including Jewish music and
drama, dancing and journalism.
"We are ready for the biggest
year in the brief history of our
Temple," said Rabbi Leon Kron
ish, Rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom
"I am confident that our Re
ligious school will continue to
merit its distinction as one ol
the finest in the South."
the undersigned, desiring to encase in
'I'n'-','.'^ J','."1"'" ,n" ftotltloua name of
hl III SI-AS HOTEL at 1751 Collins
vvenue, Miami Beaab, Florida, intend
'; ''Bister said name with the Clerk
or the circuit Court of Dade County
GEoRdE GOLDBERG
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
___ Applicants
MYERS. HKI.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
1/87 3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 47033
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"'", lioskin. holder as assign.....,f
Little River Valley Drainage District
ax Certificates numbered 20 and SO,
dated the 27th day of May, A.D. 1946,
has filed said Certificates in my
on ice, and has made application for
tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
.**. KuaMd i Dade County, State
ol Florida, to wit:
Lota 11, 12, Block 6. 2nd Resubdivl-
sion of North Silver Crest. Plat Book
4'', 1'age 24, In the County of Dade,
State of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate No. 20. The assessment
ol Bald property under the said
' ertlricate issued was in the name
1 W a I son F. I'lnekard.
K .".11.118 ft. of Tract 1, Rev. Plat of
< hustle Lawn0, a Sub., 1'lat I look 36,
Pace 18, containing .IB 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 Oarrett N. Miller.
I nless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 13th day of
October, A. D. 1948.
Iiate.l this 31st day of August, A. D.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By S. S. MOORE,
9/10-17-M 10/1 Ue"Uty Clerk-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/jRIDA, IN AND Fi iR DADE
Coi'NTY. IN CHANCERY, No
119128.
EDWARD DiBENEDETTO, Plaintiff,
VS.YVONNE Di BENEDETTO, De-
fendant.
To: YVONNE D1BENEDETTO,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 28th day of September, 1948,
otherwise decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
Dated this 30th day of August, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark of circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
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
Miami Garden Center at 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, Dietz & Lasky
Attorneys for applicants
8/20-27 9/3-10-17
76th Street,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN I'lIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11 th JUDICIAL CIRCUNT IN WD
"It DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
N CHANCERY. No. 119351
iqsEPH RASKIN, Plaintiff, vs
DORA RASKIN, Defendant.
I": Dora Raskin. 253 \V
New York, New York:
You are hereby ordered to file
/pur appearance or answer to the bill
f complaint for divorce filed against
on by JOSEPH RASKIN, on or bo-
ore the 13 day of October, 1948
otherwise the allegations of said bili
vlll be taken as confessed bv you
DONE AND ORDERED, this fa day
September. AD. 948.
I*. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
i 11.1111 Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCKING,
,, Deputy Clerk.
;eoi:<;k j. talianoff .
Solicitor for Plaintiff
9/17-84 10/1-8
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 SHOP at :>01
West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX LIBBER, 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
business under the fictitious name of
Circle .Market at 918 Everglades Con-
course, .Miami Beach, Fla intend to
register said name With the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
* EDWARD GOLDSTEIN
PRANCES c< U.DSTEIN
Owners
GEORGE CHERTKOF
808 Olympia Bidg.
Attorney for Applicants
9/10-17-24 Ki/l-8
NOTICE .UNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dee-Lielous Products at 390" N \v
lith Ave., Miami. 1-lorida, Intends' to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
I.ILYAN POLANSKY
r ,. S'e Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
-17-24
County,
S/27 9/3-10-
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that Harry
Rosen and Harry Siegel on the 19tli
lay or July, r?4S dissolved the co-
partnership known as Carrlb Novelty
( ompany of 44 Northeast First Ave-
nue. .Miami. Florida, and that Harry
oisaei la no longer connected with
said Carrlb Novelty Company.
BRESLOW & GELB, Attvs '
9/10-17-24
N
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I'lIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
119350.
IOAN B. FORST. Plaintiff, vs
RICHARD K. FORST, Defendant.
You. RICHARD K. FORST 88
olumbus Avenue, NEW ROCHELf.E,
ippearance In the above cause" for
Ivorce. on or before October 12,
'948, or B decree pro confesso will be
nteied against vou.
DATED: September 13. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court Sea \\
By \VM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Mtorneys for Plaintiff
suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
9/17-24 10/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Hetty I,ou Shop at 8016 N.E.
Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD SCHLESS
Applicant
MYERS, HERMAN A KAPLAN
Att< rneys for Applicant
9/17-24 10/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JUMBO SANDWICH at 12 B.W. 17th
Avenue Intend to register said name
with I he ("lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ARNOLD NOVICK
MIRIAM NOVICK
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
,v .,.,,NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
:,,,,.F.!;P'm,A- IN AN'" *'OR DADE
fffl-cY- 1X ""' *>
PI&NCES GLICKER, Plaintiff, vs.
.,. PES??SLSL*i.CKERj Defendant.
To: HERMAN GLICKER
I 1805 Cherry Avenue
Flushing
1-ong Island, New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED and
required to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause
On or before September 23, 1948,
otherwise the Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Let this order be published once u.
week for four successive weeks In
The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published in Dade Countv, Florida
1848 thi" 24th day f AllKUSt-
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,. ,. ci.rk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
-By If. C. FEIGE,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN^"1*' ^''^
Attorney at Ijiw
1083 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
8/27 9/3-18-17
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
e
420 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-3658
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
lUslness under the fictitious name of
Pho Betty Ixui Shop at 2332 Ponce de
l.eon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
vith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
if Da MARTIN (iOEDSTElN
Applicant
UYKItS. HKI.MAN & KAPLAN
attorneys for Applicant
9/17-84 10/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that .,;,
the undersigned, desiring to engage in ;?:UHn/S ." i-,."' Mla'"' Beeh, Fla.
aisi'iess under the fictitious name of
loM.-n (late Grocery at 350 South
Dixie Highway. Coral Gables. Florida,
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Mho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I-ARK BAR AND GRILL at 1587 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BETTY BECKER
Applicant
MYERS, HERMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
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 1329 North Bayshore Drive.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name w|th the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY KAPLAN
MILLER & PODELL,
Attorneys
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
Made Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL HOLTZMAN
DAVID SIMON
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Utorney for Applicants
"17-24 10/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< ITICE is hereby given that the
undersigned desiring to engage In
' uslness under the fictitious name of
Pi;i '1'ICAI. LANDRCAPERS at 1601
''I :i Road, Miami Beach. Florida,
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dob- County, Florida.
JACK K. FRIIDBERG
i '.CIS FRIEDBERC
Owners
SAMUEL .1. RAND, Attorney
817 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
9 in 17-24 10/1-S
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR 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 25th
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.
8/27 9/3-10-17
,, ,N9T,CE T0 CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No!
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS RACBFOGEI,. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of yoia may have against the
estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL de-
ceased late of Dade Countv Florida
to the linn. w. f. Blanton, County
Judge ot Dade Countv, and file the
same in his office in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
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 1933 probate
Act.
Date Sept. 1. A.D. 1948.
ELSIE RAUBFOGEL,
As Administratrix of the Estate
of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL. De-
ceased.
MI ETON 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 CHANCERY, No. 119137.
MARGOT STERN. Plaintiff, vs
GERHARD STERN, Defendant
THE STATE OF FIX1RIDA
TO: GERHARD STERN
132-21 Avery Avenue
Flushing, L. I., New York
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
30th day of September, 1948; other-
wise the allegations of said Bill of
Coi.'nlaint 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 Countv, Florida.
DATED this 30 day of August,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sedl)
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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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943
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t.. b, RHODA g SIMON
tBAH WAS BORM IN CAPETOWN, SOUTH
AFRICA IN 1915.HIS GRAHWTH^ TEACHING
HIM HEBREW FROM EARLY CHILfHOOP KINP-
liP WITHIN HIM THE SPARK OF POWSM.
AT 5. HIS FAMILY MOVED TO EH6LANP
A CAMBRIP6E UNIVERSITY GRADUATE,WITH
TRIPLE FIRST HONORS, HE WAS ELECTED
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AT THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,EBAN ENLISTED IN THE
BRITISH INFANTRY AS PRIVATE. WITHIN THREE
VfAAS HE WAS PROMOTED TO MAJOR. HE SERVED
IH PAIOTIW Ab LIASON OFFICER BETWEEN
BRITISH ARMY AND JEWISH A6ENCY.__________
AFTER THE WAR, HE REMAINED IN PALESTWE
AS CHIEF INSTRUCTOR Of THE MIPPIE EAST
CENTRE OP ARABIC STUDIES, TRAINING
ADMINISTRATORS AND DIPLOMATS FOR
NEAR EASTERN SERVICE.
HIS BRILLIANT rftfKHTffl W W ETC
JEWISH CASE BEFORE W w: ASSEM-
BLY MARKED HIM AH OUTSTAWfriri*
F.-,1-f ^^ -
01 IV cO, 94, OFFICIALLY APPOINTED ISRAEL'S
F teSESTATIVl TO THE U.N., HE DECLARED I Will
be A CITIZEN OF ISRAEL AND WHERE THEY SEND ME,
I MALI SERVE."
AT DRCHAIM WEIZMANN'S
INVITATION, HE JOINED THE JEWISH
AGENCY A-j EXPERT ON ARAB-
JtWlSH RELATIONS IN 1946.
AE Phi Entertains j Jewish Quiz Box
Freshmen At Party
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
actives and alumnus went over-
board at a "splash party" for
rushees last night at the Vander-
bilt hotel. Miami Beach.
Actives of Alpha Eta chapter
at the University of Miami sailed
through the calendar in a skit
portraying the high tide of col-
lege life.
The 12 months of the year were
represented by Miss Nancy
Hirsch, who directed the skit.
and the Misses Gloria Cohen.
Phyllis Steinbach, Tobe Ritwe.
Tobie Jacobskind, Faye Zwick,
Shirley Walberg. Marilyn Ger-
stein. Judy Feinberg. Lovey Fried-
man. Lillian Gross and Joan
Langner.
To steer the S.S. A.E. Phi. were
officers. Gloria Cohen, president:
Marilvn Gerstein. vice president:
Phyllis Steinbach. scribe; and
Lovey Friedman, treasurer.
Mr?. Leonard Jacobson, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, vice
president and chapter advisor,
were at the helm for the
alumnae.
The chanter has been having a
series of small rush parties which
ended with last night's affair.
Plans are now being made for a
smooth sailing fall semester.
Q.: Why is the current month.
"Elul." marked with so much
solemnity in Jewish life?
Dooly to Servo as
Chest Chairman
Oscar E. Dooly. Jr.. will serve
with R. Warner Rine as co-chair-
man of the 1949 Dade County
Community Chest campaign,
scheduled for November 5 to 23.
it was announced today by Pau!
R. Scott, president.
His appointment followed a
series of conferences among Chest
leaders to select an associate ft r
R. Warner Ring, campaign chair-
man, whose physicians have pre-
scribed a period of w n pleV
to recover from the illni
curred on August 30.
A.: Chronologically, it happens
to be the last month of the year.
It is thus the month before the
New Year, or, the month before
the annual "Day of Judgment."
Since Jews believe that all man-
Kind is judged on the New Year,
the entire month preceding the
New Year is spent in prayer and
penitence. The Shofar is blown
< ach morning in the synagogue
and special psalms are read.
Incidentally, the month of Elul
has great historical significance.
According to the Bible the Jews
sinned by making the Golden
Calf while Moses was on Mount
Sinai receiving the first tablets]
of the Ten Commandments. Upon
his return his ire provoked him.
and he smashed the tablets.
After having inflicted due pun-
ishment upon the people of Is-'
rael. the Lord commanded Moses
to climb the mountain again and
receive another set of tablets.!
According to tradition Moses as-!
cended the mountain for the
second time on the first day of
Elul and spent forty days and
forty nights there which meant
that he came back on the tenth
of Tishri (Yom Kippur).
During this time, awe and re-
verence gripped the hearts anc
minds of the people who waited
fo'- his return hoping and praying
that they had been forgiven for
I their tragic sin of the Golden
Calf. Tt is thus, after thousand
years, that we too spend this
same period in hopeful praying
and penitence seeking the for.
giveness of our own sins and
transgressions against tr.e Lord
and our fellow man.
ary to visit the cemetery on fast
days.
It has often been the case that
Jews seek to pray in the place
which is holiest to them. Indeed,
such might be the logical back-
ground for the thrice-annual pil-
grimage that took place in the
Holy Land in the days of the
Temple. Since many saintly and
righteous people are laid to rest
in the cemetery, and death it-
sell tends to purify many who
had sinned in life, the cemetery
was regarded as a "holy place."
It is for this reason that one of
the most popular Yiddish expres-
sions for a cemetery is the "Heili-
gi n CM" which means the "holy
place." Many claim, therefore,
that for this reason it became
customary'to visit the cemetery
and to pray in it during the sol-
emn month of Elul when prayer
is most needed.
"CARE" Discontinues Service To Cyprus
Announces Negotiations With Israel
Chorus Welcomes
>Vw Conductor
The Greater Miami Jewish
Folk chorus is inviting the public
to meet its new conductor, Ben
Yomin. who will deliver a music-
ally illustrated lecture on the
"Origin and Development of Jew-
ish Folk Lore," Sunday evening
at 8:30 p.m. in the ballroom of
'.he Edwards hotel, Miami Beach.
Mr. Yomin is a composer whose
songs are included in the re-
pertoires of Jewish Folk choruses
in America and abroad. He is
also an interpreter of the Jewish
folk song.
NEW YORK. N. Y.CARE's
operation in the displaced per-
sons camps of Cyprus is discon-
tinued, according to an announce-
ment by Paul Comly French, ex-
ecutive director of the non-profit,
government-approved organiza-
tion.
The termination of the gift
package service is due to the fact
that the internees in Cyprus are
steadily embarking for their
homeland in the Stale of Israel.
Negotiations for the extension
of CARE's service to Israel arc
j now under way. Mr. French said.
I No definite date for the Lnaugura-
ition of CARE's service can be
I set, until converations now being
held can be completed. CARE has
offered to the Israeli government
its standard agreement, calling
for duty-free, ration-free admis-
sion of its standard food and tex-
tile packages.
CARE has delivered its ten-
dollar food, blanket, woolen, linen
and other parcels in the DP
camps on Cyprus since last Feb-
ruary. A total of 3,000 such par-
cels have reached the internees
in that period, as gifts of their
friends in America.
CARE DELIVERIES continue
in other European countries,
many of which have displaced
persons camps operating within
their borders. They include: Aus-
tria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia,
Finland, Greece, Great Britain,
Hungary, Italy, France, the
Netherlands, Japan, Korea, Oki-
nawa and the American. British
:ind French Zones of Germany
and Berlin. Orders for those
( outlines are accepted at CARE
headquarters, 50 Broad St., New
York, and CARE food, blanket,
woolen, household linen, knitting
wool and baby packages delivered
at a complete cost of ten dollars
each.
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Q.: Why is it customary for
Jews to visit the cemetery during
the month of Elul?
A.: A number '. reasons are
-.-.-.-< d for this custorj It is 1
m ed that u long ago as the
period it was custom-
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PAGE FIFTEEN
World Council Of
Churches Condemns
Anti-Semitism
AMSTERDAM, (JTA)A vigor-
ous call to Christian churches to
denounce anti-Semitism "as a sin
against God and man" was made
to the assembly of the World
Council of Churches in the re-
port of a special committee that
has been studying the Christian
appioach to Jews.
In the past, the report said, the
churches "have helped to foster
an imape of the Jews as the sole
cneirics of Christ, which has con-
tributed to anti-Semitism in the
fccuh.r world." Declaring that no
people in the world has suffered
more bitterly than the Jews, the
report stated: "We must acknowl-
edge that too often we have
failed to manifest Christian love
towards our Jewish neighbors or
even a resolute will for common
ccial justice. We call upon, all
the churches we represent to de-
nounce anti-Semitism, no matter
what its origin, as absolutely ir-
reconcilable with the profession
and practice of the Christian
faith. Anti-Semitism is a sin
against God and man."
Referring to the emergence of
the Jewish state, the report de-
clared: "Whatever position may
be taken towards the establish-
ment of a Jewish state and to-
wards the rights and wrongs of
Jews and Arabs, of Hebrew
Christians involved, the churches
are in duty bound to pray and
work for an order in Palestine
as just as may be in the midst of
our human disorder, to provide
within their power for the relief
of the victims of this warfare
without discrimination, and to
seek to influence the nations to
provide a refuge for displaced
persons far more generously than
has yet been done."
EDD,E..5^TOR SURVEY* NEEDS OF REFUGEES IN EUROPE
_____IN PREPARATION FOR TOUR IN BEHALF OF UJA
S^SLfe^0_A,.J,0^_maJan9 a touF of key
01 ine
recently
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NEW JERSEY BACKS COYNE
FOR J. W. V. COMMANDER
Dr. David Coyne of Hoboken.
candidate for the post of Na-
tional Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U. S..
has been unanimously endorsed
by the Department of New
Jersey of the J.W.V. Dr. Coyne,
a former National Vice Com-
mander and New Jersey State
Commander, has been active in
Zionist and other communal af-
fairs. This year he is the Ho-
boken co-chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, the Jew-
ish National Fund and the Zion-
ist Emergency Committee. He
is also a past editor of the
Jewish Veteran Magazine and
in 1946 was J.W.V. Convention
Chairman.
Mrs. Moser Talks On
Importance Of Hadassah
Mrs. L. Moser, president of the
Miami Senior chapter of Hadas-
sah, will be the guest speaker at
the regular cultural meeting of
the Miami chapter of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Division of Hadassah, Monday
evening at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi-
ami YMHA.
The public is invited to heat-
her speak on "The Importance of
Hadassah Today." Mrs. Harvey
Brock, cultural chairman, is in
charge of arrangements.
PARIS, (JTA)Anti-Semitism
is at "a high pitch" in Germany
and there is no hope for any
possible adjustment of displaced
Jews there, it was reported at
the conference of representatives
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee in Europe. Prof. Herman Gray
and Zachariah Shuster, who just
returned from Germany, warned
the conference that increased
vigilance by Jewish organizations
in order to lessen anti-Semitic
tension during the next few years
is necessary.
They estimated that no less
than 5,000 displaced Jews may
emigrate monthly from Germany
to Israel within the next twelve
to eighteen months. The confer-
ence also heard detailed reports
ort restitution of Jewish property
in various countries. Max Isen-
bergh, counsel of the American
Jewish Committee, called the at-
tention of the delegates to the
fact that all victims of racial and
political persecution whose prop-
erty in the United States was
seized by the U.S. government
must submit claims for the re-
turn of such property not later
As the oldest and largest
financial institution in Miami...
h gateway to Latin America
our Foreign Department has
oil of the facilities to serve you
jully. in all foreign financial or
bonking transactions throughout
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business or pleasure.
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Jr. Hadassah Formal
In an effort to obtain new mem-
bers, the Miami chapter of
Junior Hadassah is having a
formal dance, Sept. 25, at the
Caribbean hotel, Miami Beach.
All attending must be paid up
members, says Miriam Schein-lthan April 30, 1949.
berg, dance chairman, who urges.
that those interested join now.
Her co-chairman, Phyllis Einhom,
adds that membership may be
paid at the door.
Others on the committee, are
Anita Goldman, Mickey Einhom
and Lillian Steen. For informa-
tion call Miriam Scheinberg at
48-8951 or Phyllis Einhom at
48-8318.
The chapter will meet Monday
night at the YMHA to hear con-
vention reports and to hear Rabbi
David Raab of Temple Isaiah
speak on the "Palestine Situation
Today."
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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The W >ou remember it! Traditionally
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Mothers clear broth comes to a delicious
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Isaiah Supper Sunday
Community singing will follow
the "Friendship Supper" this
Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave.
Lilyan Drucker, Temple organist,
willl lead the group.
She will also introduce the
guests according to the states
from which they come. Top-notch
local entertainment will entertain
during the dancing hour.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door or can be obtained by
calling Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus at
6-2128. According to Mrs. Charles
Raab and Mrs. Ben Silver, co-
chairmen, the affair is open to
the public.
CG Center Plans Supper
The Coral Gables Jewish center
is extending a public invitation
to a dutch supper, Sunday eve-
ning at 7 p.m., on the lawn of
Mrs. M. Corenblum, 5427 S.W.
12th St.
For reservations call 3-4411 with
tariff set at $1.00. Proceeds of the
supper will go into the Center
treasury for further projects.
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Under the supervision of Rabbi Racovsky and the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.)
Miami Reach
During the Forthcoming Holidays
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Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12
Wednesday, Oct. 13
Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy
ROSH HASHONO
Sunday Evening, Oct. 3
Monday, Oct. 4
Tuesday, Oct. 5
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You get good pay In the U. S.
Army or the U. S. Air FoYce to-
day. And If you wish, you can
save most of that pay, for your
food, clothes, housing, and
other living expenses cost you
nothing.
At the same time, you can
take correspondence courses or
attend classes under the Edu-
cation Program of the Armed
Forces. You can study any sub-
ject from elementary English to
courses usually given in colleges.
It you're a high school gradu-
ate, you can attend an Army
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Cerebral Palsy
Clinic Scheduled
A series of conferences have
been scheduled for the week of
Oct. 25, which has been set aside
by Gov. Caldwell at Cerebral
Palsy week and are being spon-
sored by the Cerebral Palsy as-
sociation, the National Council
of Jewish Women, and the Crip-
pled Children's commission.
A demonstration clinic to be
directed by Dr. Wfclthrop M
Phclps of Baltimore, world re-
knowned authority on the diag-
nosis and treatment of cerebral
palsy, or spasic paralysis, will at-
tempt to study all types
afflicti
Temple Tickets On Sale
Mix H tsberg, chairman I
High Holy Day committee of
Temple Israel, is announcing tl I
arrangements for tickets for the
High Holy Days may be made by
calling the Temple office.
Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of
the religious school, says that
registration in the Temple's school
will be held Sunday morning.
Sept. 26, at 10 a.m.
Members of this year's school
board include Mrs. Meisel. Nor-
man A. Rossman, Mrs. Stuart S.
Gordon, Mrs. Ellard G. Kohn.
Mrs. Herman E. Wolff, Donald
Lavigne, Dr. Frank Coret, Frank
A. Pearlman and Myron S.
Zeientz.
Kosher Shops Open Sundays
For the convenience of the public the Kosher Butchers Guiin
comprising kosher butcher shops and poultry markets in '
Greater Miami area, will be open Sudays throughout the iL**H
The new policy will take effect Sunday, October 3, ImmediaEk
prior to the High Holy Days._______________ dluV
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Presidents of six B'nai B'rith Lodges meet to launch Greater
Miami Membership Drive for 500 new members. Kick-Off Break-
fast will be held Sunday 10:30 a.m., September 26, at the Marseilles
Hotel, 17th and Collins. In photo are: (standing left to right) A.
J. Kaplan, North Shore Lodge; Marx Faber, Sholem Lodge; Harry
Zukernick. Miami Beach Lodge; Leonard SpiegeL Coral Gables
Lodge. Seated, left to right: Irving Cypen, Tropical Lodge; William
L. Pallot, president B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, and
Richard Gerstein, Isaac Levin Lodge. ___________^_^_
BB Sholem Loijg"
Wins At Tennis
Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith ten-
nis team defeated the Tropical
lodge team, Miami Beach, in a
series of ciose matcnes 3-2 at
Flamingo park Sunday.
Singles results were: first
match, Mark Brown of Tropical
vs. Sol Rovin, won by Brown.
6-2; 2-love. Second match, Saul
Genet vs. Perry Botwin of Sholem
lodge, won by Botwin, 6-2; 6-2.
Third match, Arthur Rabe of
Sholem vs. Gersh Zwick, won by
Rabe, 6-2, 6-love.
In the doubles matches, Brown
and Genet beat Rovin and Rabe.
Milton A. Friedman and Botwin
of Sholem defeated Zwick and
Miller.
A return match has been sched-
uled between the two lodges at
Henderson park, 950 N.W. 3rd
St., Miami, tomorrow at 4:30.
Milton Friedman Speaks
Milton A. Friedman, president
of the Florida Federation of B'na
B'rith Lodges, was guest-speaker
yesterday when the Ft. Lauder
dale Lodge No. 1433 opened its
fall season. The meeting was held
at Temple Emanu-El.
Zionist Board Meets
A special board meeting of the
Miami Beach Zionist district has
been called for Tuesday evening
at 8:30 in the patio of Temple
Beth Sholom with Shepard Broad
presiding.
Adalbert Freedman, executive
director of the Southeastern re-
gion Zionist Organization of
America, will be the guest.
Obituaries
BRUCE WEINE
Age 10, : "f Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
E, Wi in- ot 680 Tl'th St., Miami Bi-ach.
I passed away in a Beach hospital
Sepl 12. Funeral services were at
Riverside Memorial chapel, Monday,
Rabbi Leon Kn.nish of Temple Beth
om officiating, Besides his pafrents
In- is survived by a sister, Phyllis.
NATHAN SCHREIBER
".:, c( 85 N.W. 47th Terr., passed
away suddenly early Sunday morninn
1 at a local hospital. Surviving are a
wife, Ruth, of Miami: one ion M-lvin
of Washington. I>. C, and a daughter,
Mrs. Gussle Shapiro of Mt. Ranier.
M.I. Services were held at the Miami
Riverside Memorial chapel and inter-
ment was In Mt. Nebo cemetery,
Rabbi Murray C.rauer officiated.
Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Women Meet
A special meeting of the Coral
Gables Chapter B'nai B'rith
Women has been called for Tues-
day, 8:15 p.m.. at Hillel House,
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., an-
nounces Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
president.
Plans will be made for the
group's donor luncheon to be held
Oct. 28 for the purpose of raising
money for the group's community
service projects and to implement
the "Aid-to-Israel" campaign.
MRS. ELIZABETH R. DRUCKER
8:'. of 8495 S.W. 3rd Ave., passed
away suddenly In a local hospital
early Sunday morning. A husband,
Talhot, survives her. Interment ffll
by the Miami Riverside Memorial
.-hapel and the remains were sent to
Boston.
ALBERT BEHAR
21. of 79r> N.W. 39th St.. passed
away suddenly after a brief illness
Sunday at a local hospital. Survivors
ire his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Behar of Miami, two brothers, Max
.f Miami ami I-ouis of New York,
and a sister, Mrs. Etta Herzfeld of
Miami. Remains were sent to New
fork for burial and interment was
by Miami Riverside Memorial chapel.
BB Tropical Lodge
Plans Open Meeting
All men between the ages of
21 and 35 are invited to attend a
meeting of the Tropical Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, Monday at 8 p.m.
on the patio of the Raleigh hotel,
Miami Beach.
Following a brief business ses-
sion, there will be dancing and
entertainment.
There will be an executive com-
mittee meeting Sunday morning
at 10:30 at Howard Johnson's,
1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.
STAFF SGT. LEROY S. FELOMAN
28, of 427 S.W. 5th St., killed in
. action at Sauce. France in 1944, was
attached to the medical corps and
awarded the Purple Heart, His
mother, Mrs. Claire Peldman and a
brother. Holier?, survive. The body
was returned Wednesday evening and
graveside services will be held today
at i p.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman will of-
ficiate and interment will be by the
Miami Riverside Memorial chapel,
! Military services will be conducted
by the Norman Bruce Brown post of
i the Jewish War Veterans.
Al Rosen Weds Oct. 30
Al "Flip" Rosen will be taking
two steps forward when he steps
up to first base for the Cleveland
Indians and when he steps up
to the altar, Oct. 30, to make Miss
Evelyn Silverstein of Kansas City,
his bride.
According to his mother, Mrs.
Rose Rosen, who lives at 116 S.W.
22nd Ave., Rosen will honeymoon
in Miami a month after which
he will make his home in Kansas
City.
The Miamian was recently
voted American Association's out-
standing rookie for his work at
third base with the Kansas City
Blues. Rosen played for the In-
dians for a short time last year
as a pinch-hitter when he was
brought up from the Oklahoma
City team.
He was graduated from Mi-
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University of Miami where he
was a member of Pi Lamda Phi
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I • i FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1949 PAGE EIGHT Personally Speaking M Sidles Wed Aug. 22, Reside In Gables Alter Honeymooning Throughout Florid* Mrs. Jack Wolfe Miss Ruth Rosner, daughter of Mr aid Mrs. David Rosner of the Victor hotel, Miami Beach, became the bride of Jack Wolfe Sunday. Sept. 12, at the Ostend hotel in Atlantic City. N. J. Mr* Wolfe is a psychology major at the University of Penn'ier husband. Mrs. I. A. W< of Wvnnefield. Philadelphia, is studying optomctry at Penn State college. ^^^ Rabbi Zwitman Unites Lencers Miss Thelma Miriam Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Stevens. 1311 Meridian Ave, became the bride of Morris H. Ler.cer Sept. 5, in Temple Israel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. The bride was attended by Mrs. Lucille Kroll and Mrs. Esther Eloch. Her husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lencer, 12a S.W. 3rd St., was attended by Arthur Aronson, Paul Kohn. Bernard Stevens, the bride's brother, and Henry Stevens, the bride's uncle. Robe,, Ko.ims. son of Mr. £M* ** !" W !" Z£Z ttswssSSSSS test Florida where he was a member of Tau tpsiion r Miss She,la Ludw ; g wiU IjMg \ ^jSZ d Florida State university at TaUaha-jee. She though ^ S^&S5S S convention here. Mrs. Max Levin ^£££ [*# mUST IfeS I SfiSSS5SffiSa Oct. 2. # # ^ I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and daughter. Sandra, are back in Miami after their .rip, *^Europjjftjr -W-£^*JE Ruth Rosner Weds Amsterdam on June ?. and landed in Lett ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ daughter S^&?&%Kel P EH flew to the new State of Israel. They also visited Holland and Denmark. Donald Berkowitz, son d Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berkowi.z, left this week for the University of Florida. stopped in Shrevesport and New Orleans. La. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and family returned this week alter a five-week stay in Tannersville. N. Y. Following a three months' vacation in Long Island, Miss Edith Block 2164 S.W. 16th Terr., has returned to Miami While fa? he north she was the house guest of Miss Zelda Almkofaky. a former Miamian. Edith was the honor guest at several pa ties during the summer. En route to her home she visited Norfolk, Virginia, where she visited a sorority sister. A series of welcomehome parties are being planned for Miss Block by Miss Pearl Kapl j ai Zalkin spent several days here with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont. Mr and Mrs. Maurice Grossman left last week for New York whe'e they will visit their daughter Rita. Their other daughter. Naomi, will meet them there. After their return to Miami, a possible trip to Cuba will wind up their vacation. -* M Miss Fannie Levitt, 3340 S.W. 26th St., is spending two weeks in New York, where she will greet relatives from overseas. En route home she will stop in Savannah for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Berk have returned following a four weeks' vacation in the north. Miss Ruth Narzissenfeld has returned to her home at 520 N.W. 7th St., after three months spent in the north. Her first stop was in Rochester, New York, where several parties were given in her honor. She also visited Albany and Philadelphia. Ruth is preparing to attend Florida State university where she will major in sociology. Mr. and Mrs Sam Prosterman, 447 Royal Palm Ave., just returned from Chicago after an extended trip. M Recuperating after an operation in Riverside hospital, Sam Pearlman, 1924 S.W. 20th St., will return home on Sunday. Ruth Brotman. who has spent the past three months traveling in the Canadian Laurentian mountains, green mountains, Vermont, Plattsburg, N. Y., and Philadelphia will arrive back in Miami before the High Holy days. Miss Brotman was guest of Boris Romanoff, ballet master of the Metropolitan opera ballet, and her former singing teachers, Edward Johnson, manager of the Metropolitan opera, and William Pelletier, director of the Metropolitan orchestra. + Mrs. H. Mack is recuperating at home after an operation at Jackson Memorial hospital. %  „ ^ ,,nt n K \. crates a clinical laboratory on the Mr. and Mrs. David S. Denner, 4431 Prairie Ave., have re-| B each turned after a six weeks' motor tour, during which they visited Hendersonville, N. C, Charleston. W. Va. and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein have returned after an extended two month's vacation in the north. In Ellensville, N. Y. they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Slutsky. They attended two weddings in St. Louis, Mo., and spent time in Boston. Wisconsin Dells, Maine, Canada and Chicago. After a honeymoon touring the state, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Irwin Sidle, who were married August 22 af the Atlantis hotel, Miami Beach, are making their home in Coral Gables. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman performed a double ring ceremony under a canopy of white gladoli. The former Rosalie Diane Kotkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin, 1344 S.W. 17th Ter., had as her attendants her sister. Miss Florice Kotkin, maid of honor; Mrs. Merle Jacobson of Pittsburgh, the bridegroom's sister, matron of honor; and Mrs. Seymour Gladstone, Miss Tobie Jacobskind, Mrs. Sybil Wasman, the bride's cousin; Mrs. Irwin Berger; Miss Bernice Sidle, sister of the'groom; and Miss Marcie Frank, bride's maids and matrons. Meryl Pam Davis, young cousin of the bride, was the flower girl. Seymour Gladstone was the best man for Mr. Sidle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sidle, 1226 S.W. 18th St. His ushers werfSidney Kotkin, the bride's cuosin; Rosalie Kotkin Sidle served for three years in the Navy during the war. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klein, Mi. and Mrs. A. A. Davis and Mrs. A. Levy of New York; Mr. and Mrs M. Kotkin of Washington, D. C; Mrs. Harry A. Miller, Mrs. M. A. Cohen and daughter, Cynthia, and Stanley Gumberg of Pittsburgh: and Mrs. Myron Newman of Chicago. A dinner followed the ceremony. Klein Troth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein of 1110 Euclid Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lillian, to Edwin M. Peretzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami Beach. The wedding will take place in the spring. The Peretzmans honored the the %  ..... Mrs. Morris H. Lencer After a reception in Kaplan hall the couple left for a honeymoon in New York. On their return they wil live at 1930 Marseilles Dr. Mrs. Lencer is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school and attended the University of Texas and the University of Miami. The bridegroom attended New York university and received a master of science degree from the University of Michigan. He op. UNSIGHTLY BUNIONS couple with a dinner at American-Hungarian Culture club OUUWJ .w.-.—, ., last week. Both are graduates of Frank Marks, Mitchell Goldman, | Miam i Beach Senior High school. Irwin Berger, Murray Zohn and j Mr p ere t Z man served for 2tt Stanley Wasman. • years in the Navy. Mrs. Sidle is a graduate of Miami Senior High school, where she was a member of the glee club and Tri Beta sorority. Mr. Sidle attended Miami Senior High school and was graduated from Riverside Military academy. He are comfortably fitted and corrected in Wilbur Coon Free Tread Shoes. Became of their wider tread, free fitting forepart and snug fitting backs bunion feet look practically normal in Free Fread Shoet. 1118 LINCOLN ROAD Near Alton MIAMI BEACH Vh 5-1902 £„ISAJA£fash*"* LOTUS colorful new perfume by YARDLEY Sold at: Miami Ft. 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TprnAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1948 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ZIONIST NEW LOOK: There arc going to be a lot of tamortant changes very soon in ££activities in this country Dr Abba Hillel Silver is amMtioasiy developing new plans ulatcd to bring to Israel funds Sinning into many hundreds of SSons of dollars These plans ^primarily on private Amenan investments in Israel and on JLkinU the Jewish state an inSSS center for the Near East %  ( The American members of •he Z ionist Actions Committee ,hn mst returned from Israel £ a ll of the opinion that the wish state will depend heavily on American private capital And there is no doubt that Dr. Fmanuel Neumann, together with Silver, will now concentrate actively on stimulating Zionist Administrative Council To Hear Reports Of Tel Aviv Sessions Dr. most American Jews to invest a good nart of their capital in enterprises StaSel ... Dr. Israel Goldstein, who is now the treasurer of th Jewish Agency, will leave the United States for a year immediately after the Jewish High Holiday; and will establish his seat in Jerusalem ... During the year he will, naturally, visit the United States in the interests of fundraising activities conducted in this countrv for Agency work in Israel Eliahu Stone of Boston is expected to be in charge of all the Zionist activities in Latin America and will have to do a lot of flving between New York and the various Central and South American capitals ... The American Zionist Emergency Council may be dissolved as such and its entire machinery may become a part of the public relations work of the American branch of the World Zionist Organization executive SIGN OF TIMES: The establishment of Israel has resulted in greater interest in the United States in Hebrew and in Jewish history ... To meet this demand, a number of universities offering atives of the Israeli government are listed as guest lecturers on the course on "Modern Palestine" This course deals with the development of modern Palestine, the Yishuv and its institutions. Arab-Jewish relations, the economic and cultural aspects of life ir. Israel ... An interesting course offered by New York University is a 60-hour study of "Jewish Customs and Traditions" ... It aims to acquaint students with and development of Jewish observances and concepts in the light of modern scientific investigation Among the topics included for discussion are: Jewish liturgy and mode of worship, major ceremonial practices and rites, dietry laws, marriage laws and customs Also such concepts'as monotheism, zedakah, mitzvah. Jewish Welfare Board Completes Preparations For Holiday Services NEW YORK—Continuing a more than thirty-year pattern of religious service to men in military installations and VA hospitals, the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) has announced that its High Holy Day preparations have been completed. This program is to be geared and eventually extended to the new selectees and integrated into the personnel in the armed forces at home and abroad and in the VA 1 hospitals. Jews In Sports Boycott action against British films shown in the U.S., stemming mainly from the hot question of British policy in Palestine, stirred more troubled waters high i ignte d by a this week as a number of Irish meeting % t £ e Ad minisorganizations reportedly joined J^T/^ :1 6 u: „ u _,,;„„ the movement. Simultaneously, "new USO," of which JWB is a member. Assurances have been received from the Army, Air Force, Navy and VA that leaves I for the holidays will be granted NEW YORK—Dr. Abba H llel Silver, head of the American to Jewish men wherever possible. Section of the World Zionist Organization, and Dr. Emanuelj JWB is the agency recognized Neumann, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will by the government and designataddress the f.rst meeting of the newly-elected National Adminised by the American Jewish comtrative Council of the ZOA at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New. U !" L* 'JSZ!u!l!£ffu wil" Yr.rU r.„ cj„r.ri„„ c„. IQ i f are an d morale needs of Jewish York, on Sunday, Sept. 19. | nprsonnel in the armed for ces at Members of the Council — the ruling body of the ZOA between conventions—will hear American Zionist leaders give a detailed report on the proceedings and decisions of the two weeks' sessions of the Governing Council of the World Zionist Organization which concluded its meeting recently in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Other speakers will be Dr. Israel Goldstein, newly-elected treasurer of the World Zionist Organization and chairman of the World Confederation of General Zionists, as well as other members of the American Zionist delegation to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the ZOA Administrative Council, who also attended the sessions in Israel, will preside. During the morning, the sessions at the Hotel Pennsylvania will be devoted to various meetings relating to cultural activities, fund-raising, membership and intra-organizational matters of the ZOA. The afternoon sesWINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC the onslaught brought on other repercussions, including a move by a number of the nation's exhibitors to call a conference of theatre men on the problem. The huddle would be to set the rules as to exactly "what is a British picture" subject to picketing and what is not. More drastic action is shaping up daily, with nonsectarian outfits all over the country planning to join the plugging of the boycott. • • Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman are revising the script of their new play, "Bravo!" It's the first time since they began collaboration that they've had to do more than slight rewriting before the start of rehearsals and trative Council at which ranking Zionist leaders will speak. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 +Jewlsti fh>rid/an PAGE SEVEN Mrs. Agnes Buchler, of Budapest. Hungary, arrived in the United States this week to study case work at the School of Social Work of the University of Southern California on a scholarship awarded her by the National Council of Jewish Women. Widowed when her husband was shot by Hungarian Nazis. Mrs. Buchler owe her own life to a courageous escape enroute to a concentration camp. During much of the war, she was forced to live in hiding under an assumed name. A former employee of the American Joint Distribution Commiltee in Hungary, Mrs. Buchler, like the 25 previous Council Overseas Scholarship students, will help in the reconstruction of the Jewish Community abroad when she completes her studies here. Rosenthal Is Appointed To Air Lines Post Jerome M. Rosenthal of New York City was recently appointed director of industrial relations for National Air Lines by G. T. Baker, president. Rosenthal, an attorney and former staff member of NAL, has been in the field of industrial relations for several years. The University of Illinois graduate will reside in Miami with his family. Scott Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott of 1791 S.W. 16th Terr., announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Sheldon, tomorrow morning at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow the services at the synagogue. Traeger Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Joe Traeger announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Bertram, to be held at the Miami Orthodox congregation, tomorrow morning. Their friends are invited to a reception at their home, 465 N.W. 25th Ave., Sunday afternoon. Ask Your Grocer For SERVICE — REPAIRS BLUE RIBBON SERVICE STATION LUBRICATION — GREASING 1600 N. W. 71h Street Phone 2-9406 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call k-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phonee 9-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG. Owner : / firm ALITY •'/ FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by VARIETY FOODS BIST.. Co. Phone 3-3761 1029 N.W. 31st Street INSURA *S* NCE 4: 0 us-;--: s • • MIAMI BtACK. FLA.J "PMONC 5-?97fl f Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. It Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Ph ne 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks You may obtain your copy of "SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by •Ml. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N.E. 10th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA. ff Price $2.r,0 =p Off the Record .„ ^ Israeli representatives may soon meet in Switzerland Kini a S K S /iP e w Ce se i tlement • • British intervention has prevented Aing Abdullah of Transjordan from making a bold peace move outstanding Zionist leader who recently returned from Israel was reluctant to discuss the reported peace negotiations ... He said if negotiations are going on they are not yet in the stage of getting thnt if PreSS • %  Ml j ,tarv experts in London have advised Bevin mat if war is resumed the Arabs will suffer a humiliating defeat *An a \\l TSLIM! re 5-4* ^ h J^ was behin d Bevin's decision to perKi A ad *£? Bntlsh del *gation to the Paris meeting of the fflSEZ&fe^SuBT • • i He 1S r e P rled to have told high American h F PT£ \offlc V? ls in London that he still hopes to sway the UN to fiendU* h P £ hC J • • • He P ans to have the truce extended in the iienaish nope that a truce prolongation would drain Israel's economy Annl? I ? rae 1 SS to $20,000 P er hour to maintain its army e^rfnf ioi a teIy W*JlB Wil1 nave entered Israel before the month, • 9 ver 5 f nt ered the country in the past three A T. V : Ho us,n 1S ne of Israel's most pressing problems An Israeli housing commission may soon leave for the U.S. with a BfiLf DUrc hase about 20.000 prefabricated houses Under the British, Jewish youths in Palestine were reluctant to join the police enforce;* Now T the sta 4 te u of Israel ** suffering from a dearth of law S^ftnUW^iS mee 1 the emergency a number of police training rm.rci ,^l e been est ,ablished ... It takes a two-week training course to become a policeman There are now over 3,000 police jobs open in Israel. Little Bake Shop Opening Well Received The reopening last week of the Little "Bake Shop. 2127 Coral Way. Miami, was well received according to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lipset, proprietors. "We were gratified to welcome the return of so many of our satisfied patrons who know that our pastries, cakes, bread and rolls are made of the best quality ingredients." The Little Bake Shop, specializing in wedding and party cakes, was awarded an "A" rating from the State Board of Health. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MAKKI.IVS NEW LOCATION 24 S. W. 20th AVE. PHONE 82-3404 Deborah Group Has Tea The Deborah Group of Hadassah opened its fall season with a membership tea Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Norman Babel, 620 44th St., Miami Beach. Entertainment featured an original skit, "The Cabana Heckler," directed by Mrs. Julius Mufson, program chairman. The cast included Mrs. Maurice Yalman, Mrs. Lester Sale and Mrs. Mufson. CARR APPLIANCES. INC. OWEN L. CARR. President I Itl4.ll>Allti: PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD BEFORE YOU CAN TURN AROUND You'll be saying HAPPY NEW YEAR!! 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rRTDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 +Jmi$i) Ftnrjrffam Rochstein Is New Physical Director Of Miami Y; Assumes Duties Monday Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami "Y" has announced the engagement of Abraham Rochstein, as the new physical director of the Miami "Y," to succeed Chuck Klein. Mr. Rochstein was born in New York City and obtained his BS in Education from the City College in New York, and his Master in Health Education from Columbia University. He brings w ith him an extensive experience and background in the field of physical education. Prior to coming to Miami, he w as head counsellor of Camp Milfoul in Kent, Conn. During the pa ct year he was the director of physical education of the Jewish Center in Port Chester, New York. From September 1946 to 1947, he directed the entire program of health and physical education in the Ramaz School, New York City. In the summer of 1946, he was athletic director of the West Shore Country Club in New York and directed the entire program of physical activities in that resort. He also taught community recreation for the board of education in the City of New York. From 1943 to 1946, he was P.T. instructor in the United States Army Air Force, instructing mili- tary personnel in all types of physical activity. From 1939 to 1942. he was athletic coach in the Bronx Council House in New York City. Mr. Rochstein is married. He will assume his duties at the Miami "Y" on September. 20. PAGE THIRTEEN Gannes Advises Sunday School TheUnited .Jewish School which was organized recently by the Coral Gables Jewish Center, the Flugler-Granada Jewish Center and the West Miami Jewish Center, has selected A. P. Gannes director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, as advisor and exofficio member of the board The officers are Dr. S. Blumenthal, chairman; Mrs. M. Goodman, secretary; and Louis Goldin, treasurer. Members of the board include Morton Beigel, A. B. Klein Mrs. Rose Nemeth, Lee H. Platt! M. J. Segal and Max Weinberg' The purpose of the United Jewish school is to provide for a joint Sunday and Hebrew school The Sunday school will be housed at the University of Miami with Hyman Pomerantz, of the BJE staff, acting as superintendent. LEGAL NOTICE Abraham Rochstein Gannes Speaks on Radio A. P. Gannes will be the guest of Mrs. Lillian Fox on the radii program "Jewish News anci Views," Wednesday, at 8:45 a.m. He will be interviewed on "Jew ish Education Month." Perlmutter, Cancer Control Pioneer, To Make Miami Beach Permanent Home Miami Beach may well become the "brain center" of cancer control in the United States with the arrival of one of the pioneer fighters. Julius Jay Perlmutter, founder and first president of the National Cnncer Foundation. Ten years ago he became a mortal enemy of the dread disease when it took the lives of both his parents within thirteen weeks of each other. Perlmutter first acheived national prominence in 1946 when he worked for the passage of a bill in the 79th Congress that would call for hundreds of millions of dollars to be spent yearly for government cancer research and planning. The planning aspect, he declared was suggested when he discovered three widely scattered scientists in the United States working on the same phase of cancer control with no knowledge of each other's progress. The main purpose of the Cancer Foundation, is to discourage the "negative thinking" which has tended to make hospitals refuse beds to advanced patients, on the grounds of •hopelessness." "While there's life, there is always hope!" Mr. Perlmutter claims, "And no one is too poor, or too advanced I to receive the utmost in care. Mr. Perlmutter attended New York Univ. rsity, where he studied merchandising and met the present Mrs. Perlmutter, then a student at Hunter College. Perljrutter engaged in the wholesale distribution of textiles. He really liquidated his textile business, from whence he rose from a $3.50 per week delivery boy to he presidency of the multi-million dollar concern, to come down "ere l devote his time to mortage investments at 335 Lincoln jtoad. "This move was prompted," wlmutter said, "because of the IjW that I like this town better Pan any other on the map, and P leaves me more free time to Ijwrfc on the latest movements in !" econtrol. Without a backward B i th Perl mutters sold their ockviH.. Center home in Long iand and have come here to buy LdVi. a home for themselves ]6 a Xh *" two children, Lawrence. LA ami Beach Hi 8 h student; vr £ gina Vict ria, 4'A. "". Perlmutter still retains the r*arm anship of the bQard Qf the L' 0 31 Association of MerchanII e Jokers, and the same position with the foundation bearing his name. It is planned that each year, Miami or Dade county will have a dinner for the annual award of the Julius Jay Perl mutter Foundation scroll to ;. local pioneer for his outstandim contribution in the fight agains the disease which strikes dowi one out of every eight persons Nominations for the award car be made by any interested citize; or group by contacting Mr. Perlmutter at his office at 335 Lincoln Road. •!'.. undersigned, desiring to engage vV'iTvr, %  '."!'';', tl .' e fictitious name WhlNKLES LloiOR STORES at 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in of '•"'" %  •• ;!•• Leon Boulevard,"* "COMS '.aides. Honda, intend to register said >,.'"" %  with the clerk of the Circuit i "iirt .,1 Dade County. Florida. LEO A. CHAIKIN AARoN WEINKLE CARE WEINKLE ,,., Applicants jM Kits. HKI.MAN ,* KAPLAN attorneys for Applicants 8/87 a/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it tiio undersigned, desiring to engage in buslno.-s under the fictitious name of Leniar Hotel at 186 Sth St., Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register suld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,f Dade Countv, Florida FLORENCE WELOFF sole Owner HARRY D1ETZ Congress ISldg. Attorney for Applicant 9/10-17-24 10/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .,„_ NAME LAW NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that llVili Sliolom lias Itfligious Classes Temple Beth Sholom Religiou school reopened last Sunday with an enrollment surpassing las' year's peak of 350. Registration and applicationfor admission to all department.—Sunday school and Hebrew school, Nursery school, Bar Mitz vah and Bas Mitzvah classes an. post-graduate institute—will bi accepted during the entire week Sydney J. Greenberg, Philadel phia Jewish educator and now ; permanent resident of Miami Beach, has been reappointet principal of the Religious school Working with him will be a newh reorganized professional staff o trained teachers, including Mis; Ann Orris, graduate of Boston University and Boston Hebrew Teachers College. New features this year includt a special system of honor credits the Mogen Dovid System, a PTA sponsored supply room, a ful time librarian, a milk and juice bar, special Bas Mitzvah class foi girls 11 and 12, an activity program including Jewish music and drama, dancing and journalism. "We are ready for the biggest year in the brief history of our Temple," said Rabbi Leon Kron ish, Rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom "I am confident that our Re ligious school will continue to merit its distinction as one ol the finest in the South." the undersigned, desiring to encase in •' %  I'n'-','.'^ J','." 1 "'" ,n ftotltloua name of hl III SI-AS HOTEL at 1751 Collins vvenue, Miami Beaab, Florida, intend '•; '•' %  Bister said name with the Clerk or the circuit Court of Dade County GEoRdE GOLDBERG SYLVIA GOLDBERG Applicants MYERS. HKI.MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 1/87 3/3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 47033 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that "'", lioskin. holder as assign ,f Little River Valley Drainage District ax Certificates numbered 20 and SO, dated the 27th day of May, A.D. 1946, has filed said Certificates in my on ice, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificates embrace the following described prop.**. %  KuaMd i Dade County, State ol Florida, to wit: Lota 11, 12, Block 6. 2nd Resubdivlsion of North Silver Crest. Plat Book 4'', 1'age 24, In the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 20. The assessment ol Bald property under the said ertlricate issued was in the name 1 W a I son F. I'lnekard. K .".11.118 ft. of Tract 1, Rev. Plat of < hustle Lawn0, a Sub., 1'lat I look 36, Pace 18, containing .IB 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 Oarrett N. Miller. I nless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1948. Iiate.l this 31st day of August, A. D. E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By S. S. MOORE, 9/10-17-M 10/1 Ue Uty Clerk ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/jRIDA, IN AND Fi iR DADE Coi'NTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 119128. EDWARD DiBENEDETTO, Plaintiff, VS.YVONNE Di BENEDETTO, Defendant. To: YVONNE D1BENEDETTO, Residence Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 28th day of September, 1948, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 30th day of August, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark of circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \V. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 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 Miami Garden Center at 11603 N E 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CountyFlorida. ANTHONY VIRGA NANCY VIRGA Silver, Kaplan, Dietz & Lasky Attorneys for applicants 8/20-27 9/3-10-17 76th Street, ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN I'lIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11 th JUDICIAL CIRCUNT IN WD •"It DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— N CHANCERY. No. 119351 iqsEPH RASKIN, Plaintiff, vs DORA RASKIN, Defendant. I": Dora Raskin. 253 \V New York, New York: You are hereby ordered to file /pur appearance or answer to the bill %  f complaint for divorce filed against on by JOSEPH RASKIN, on or boore the 13 day of October, 1948 otherwise the allegations of said bili vlll be taken as confessed bv you DONE AND ORDERED, this fa day September. AD. 948. I*. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. i 11.1111 Court Seal) By \VM. W. STOCKING, ,, Deputy Clerk. ;EOI:<;K J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 9/17-84 10/1-8 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 SHOP at :>01 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX LIBBER, 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 business under the fictitious name of Circle .Market at 918 Everglades Concourse, .Miami Beach, Fla intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. EDWARD GOLDSTEIN PRANCES c< U.DSTEIN Owners GEORGE CHERTKOF 808 Olympia Bidg. Attorney for Applicants 9/10-17-24 Ki/l-8 NOTICE .UNDErt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Lielous Products at 390" N \v lith Ave., Miami. 1-lorida, Intends' to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. I.ILYAN POLANSKY %  r „,. S' e Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney f or Applicant Congress Bldg. -17-24 County, S/27 9/3-10NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hereby given that Harry Rosen and Harry Siegel on the 19tli •lay or July, r?4S dissolved the copartnership known as Carrlb Novelty ( ompany of 44 Northeast First Avenue. .Miami. Florida, and that Harry oisaei la no longer connected with said Carrlb Novelty Company. BRESLOW & GELB, Attvs 9/10-17-24 N ORDER OF PUBLICATION I'lIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 119350. IOAN B. FORST. Plaintiff, vs RICHARD K. FORST, Defendant. You. RICHARD K. FORST 88 •olumbus Avenue, NEW ROCHELf.E, %  PI&NCES GLICKER, Plaintiff, vs. .,. P E S??£SLS L *i. CKER j Defendant. To: HERMAN GLICKER I 1805 Cherry Avenue Flushing 1-ong Island, New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause On or before September 23, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once u. week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade Countv, Florida 1848 thi 24th day f AllKUSt E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,„. ,. ci.rk. Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) -By If. C. FEIGE, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN^" 1 *' ^''^ Attorney at IJIW 1083 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 8/27 9/3-18-17 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT e 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in lUslness under the fictitious name of Pho Betty Ixui Shop at 2332 Ponce de l.eon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida. Intends to register said name vith the Clerk of the Circuit Court if Da 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 25th 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. 8/27 9/3-10-17 ,, !" N 9 T,CE T0 CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No! In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS RACBFOGEI,. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou, or either of yoia may have against the estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL deceased late of Dade Countv Florida to the linn. w. F. Blanton, County Judge ot Dade Countv, and file the same in his office in the Countv Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, 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 1933 probate Act. Date Sept. 1. A.D. 1948. ELSIE RAUBFOGEL, As Administratrix of the Estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL. Deceased. MI ETON 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 CHANCERY, No. 119137. MARGOT STERN. Plaintiff, vs GERHARD STERN, Defendant THE STATE OF FIX1RIDA TO: GERHARD STERN 132-21 Avery Avenue Flushing, L. I., New York 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 30th day of September, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Coi.'nlaint 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 Countv, Florida. DATED this 30 day of August, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sedl) 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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PAGE SIXTEEN Jewlstncrl(tk*n FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. i 948 1 Cerebral Palsy Clinic Scheduled A series of conferences have been scheduled for the week of Oct. 25, which has been set aside by Gov. Caldwell at Cerebral Palsy week and are being sponsored by the Cerebral Palsy association, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Crippled Children's commission. A demonstration clinic to be directed by Dr. Wfclthrop M Phclps of Baltimore, world reknowned authority on the diagnosis and treatment of cerebral palsy, or spasic paralysis, will attempt to study all types afflicti Temple Tickets On Sale Mix H tsberg, chairman I High Holy Day committee of Temple Israel, is announcing tl I arrangements for tickets for the High Holy Days may be made by calling the Temple office. Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of the religious school, says that registration in the Temple's school will be held Sunday morning. Sept. 26, at 10 a.m. Members of this year's school board include Mrs. Meisel. Norman A. Rossman, Mrs. Stuart S. Gordon, Mrs. Ellard G. Kohn. Mrs. Herman E. Wolff, Donald Lavigne, Dr. Frank Coret, Frank A. Pearlman and Myron S. Zeientz. Kosher Shops Open Sundays For the convenience of the public the Kosher Butchers Guiin comprising kosher butcher shops and poultry markets in Greater Miami area, will be open Sudays throughout the iL**H The new policy will take effect Sunday, October 3, ImmediaEk prior to the High Holy Days. dlu V .\ .-.sodaled Photographers Presidents of six B'nai B'rith Lodges meet to launch Greater Miami Membership Drive for 500 new members. Kick-Off Breakfast will be held Sunday 10:30 a.m., September 26, at the Marseilles Hotel, 17th and Collins. In photo are: (standing left to right) A. J. Kaplan, North Shore Lodge; Marx Faber, Sholem Lodge; Harry Zukernick. Miami Beach Lodge; Leonard SpiegeL Coral Gables Lodge. Seated, left to right: Irving Cypen, Tropical Lodge; William L. Pallot, president B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, and Richard Gerstein, Isaac Levin Lodge. ^_^_ BB Sholem Loijg" Wins At Tennis Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith tennis team defeated the Tropical lodge team, Miami Beach, in a series of ciose matcnes 3-2 at Flamingo park Sunday. Singles results were: first match, Mark Brown of Tropical vs. Sol Rovin, won by Brown. 6-2; 2-love. Second match, Saul Genet vs. Perry Botwin of Sholem lodge, won by Botwin, 6-2; 6-2. Third match, Arthur Rabe of Sholem vs. Gersh Zwick, won by Rabe, 6-2, 6-love. In the doubles matches, Brown and Genet beat Rovin and Rabe. Milton A. Friedman and Botwin of Sholem defeated Zwick and Miller. A return match has been scheduled between the two lodges at Henderson park, 950 N.W. 3rd St., Miami, tomorrow at 4:30. Milton Friedman Speaks Milton A. Friedman, president of the Florida Federation of B'na B'rith Lodges, was guest-speaker yesterday when the Ft. Lauder dale Lodge No. 1433 opened its fall season. The meeting was held at Temple Emanu-El. Zionist Board Meets A special board meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist district has been called for Tuesday evening at 8:30 in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom with Shepard Broad presiding. Adalbert Freedman, executive director of the Southeastern region Zionist Organization of America, will be the guest. Obituaries BRUCE WEINE Age 10, : "f Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E, Wi inot 680 Tl'th St., Miami Bi-ach. I passed away in a Beach hospital Sepl 12. Funeral services were at Riverside Memorial chapel, Monday, Rabbi Leon Kn.nish of Temple Beth om officiating, Besides his pafrents Inis survived by a sister, Phyllis. NATHAN SCHREIBER ".:•, c( 85 N.W. 47th Terr., passed away suddenly early Sunday morninn 1 at a local hospital. Surviving are a %  wife, Ruth, of Miami: one ion M-lvin of Washington. I>. C, and a daughter, Mrs. Gussle Shapiro of Mt. Ranier. M.I. Services were held at the Miami Riverside Memorial chapel and interment was In Mt. Nebo cemetery, Rabbi Murray C.rauer officiated. Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women Meet A special meeting of the Coral Gables Chapter B'nai B'rith Women has been called for Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., announces Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president. Plans will be made for the group's donor luncheon to be held Oct. 28 for the purpose of raising money for the group's community service projects and to implement the "Aid-to-Israel" campaign. MRS. ELIZABETH R. DRUCKER 8:'. of 8495 S.W. 3rd Ave., passed away suddenly In a local hospital early Sunday morning. A husband, Talhot, survives her. Interment ffll by the Miami Riverside Memorial .-hapel and the remains were sent to Boston. ALBERT BEHAR 21. of 79r> N.W. 39th St.. passed away suddenly after a brief illness Sunday at a local hospital. Survivors ire his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Behar of Miami, two brothers, Max .f Miami ami I-ouis of New York, and a sister, Mrs. Etta Herzfeld of Miami. Remains were sent to New fork for burial and interment was by Miami Riverside Memorial chapel. BB Tropical Lodge Plans Open Meeting All men between the ages of 21 and 35 are invited to attend a meeting of the Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Monday at 8 p.m. on the patio of the Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach. Following a brief business session, there will be dancing and entertainment. There will be an executive committee meeting Sunday morning at 10:30 at Howard Johnson's, 1100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. STAFF SGT. LEROY S. FELOMAN 28, of 427 S.W. 5th St., killed in action at Sauce. France in 1944, was attached to the medical corps and awarded the Purple Heart, His mother, Mrs. Claire Peldman and a brother. Holier?, survive. The body was returned Wednesday evening and graveside services will be held today at i p.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman will officiate and interment will be by the Miami Riverside Memorial chapel, Military services will be conducted by the Norman Bruce Brown post of i the Jewish War Veterans. Al Rosen Weds Oct. 30 Al "Flip" Rosen will be taking two steps forward when he steps up to first base for the Cleveland Indians and when he steps up to the altar, Oct. 30, to make Miss Evelyn Silverstein of Kansas City, his bride. According to his mother, Mrs. Rose Rosen, who lives at 116 S.W. 22nd Ave., Rosen will honeymoon in Miami a month after which he will make his home in Kansas City. The Miamian was recently voted American Association's outstanding rookie for his work at third base with the Kansas City Blues. Rosen played for the Indians for a short time last year as a pinch-hitter when he was brought up from the Oklahoma City team. He was graduated from Miami High school and attended the University of Miami where he was a member of Pi Lamda Phi fraternity. Cultured, Artistic Young Woman Desires Room in Gracious. Congenial Miami Beach Home. In Exchange for Staying in Evenings or Several Daytime Hours with Children or Elderly Person. WRITE PAULA WARSAW C/O Rabbi Morris A. Skop Cong. Ohev Shalom, Orlando, Fla. 2*< • in IS thi ItfSTf For Holidays Young man available to officate for High Holidays in capacity of Rabbi. Cantor and Reader. Distance no object. Phone 58-9841 — 58-9851 Wanted ENGLISH TEACHER For Grade Subjects in Community School Permanent—Good Salary CALL 58-4641 NORMANDY SCHOOL Established 1936 Co-educational Resident and Day School Kindergarten Through High School Fall Semester Begins October 1st OPEN FOR REGISTRATION Leo Huberman, AB. Harvard Headmaster 1021 Biarritz Drive Phone 6-6811 Miami Beach, Fla. If your child needs PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN HEBREW CALL 58-6367 Betwen 4 and 7 p.m. Experienced teacher Best methods used Good progress assured L EO I;ISI; \ v ri;i\ %  riuUtoA Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. 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Bd^wiislb-IEIliDiciidliiaun {^jjTl-NUMBER 37 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY an d THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Israeli Elections Set For October Postponed A Month The Israeli elections, originally scheduled for October, will now be held in the middle of November, a spokesman for the Israeli mission here announced this week. He said a telegram to the mission from Tel Aviv blamed technical difficulties for the postponement. The spokesman called these difficulties the strife-caused shortage of man-power to conduct an election, the drafting of Israel's new constitution, and the scarcity of paper and printing equipment for ballots. It was Israel's original intention to hold the elections on October 1, the date set by the United Nations. By November, the spokesman stated, the Israelis will have convoked a constituent assembly to ratify the draft constitution, and machinery for the elections will have been set up. All Israelis from 18 years of age and up, including Arab citizens of Israel, will received identification cards from their local municipal councils, and on election day will present these cards to poll officials. The cards will be honored as evidence of registration for voting. The spokesman said the people of Israel feel that by the November elections, Israel will thus have a regularly established government deserving of de jure recognition by the United States. He added that Secretary of State Marshall's comment earlier that the elections would be held before November was based on United Nations data, which is in no way being contested, contradicted or discredited, because the news of the postponement only reached Washington after the Secretary's press conference. Ueberal Receivedl BUCHAREST, (JTA) — Ihud Ueberal], Israeli Minister to Prague, was this week received by Dr. Eduard Mezinescu, Acting Foreign Minister in the absence of Anna Pauker. Ueberall was accompanied by Moshe Agami, special Israeli representative here. To Aid Relations BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—A decision to establish an ArgentineIsraeli Chamber of Commerce was adopted here this week at a meeting of prominent businessmen held under the auspices of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce. A commission was appointed to draft a charter for the new institution, which will aim to develop extensive trade relations between Argentina and the Jewish state. Weizman in Paris PARIS, (JTA)—The possibility that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President of Israel, may visit Paris during the session of the U.N. General Assembly, which opens on Sept. 21, was indicated here this week. It is believe that President Weizmann, who is now in Switzerland, will address the United Nations prior to his departure for Israel. For Israel WASHINGTON, (JTA)—President Truman told his news conference this week that he has the matter of de jure recognition for Israel under consideration now. This was the only comment the President would make on the question of whether the recognition would be delayed until after the Israeli elections in November. Mediator Won't Offer Solution To ITS Assemble m LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte's report to the forthcoming U.N. Genei al Assembly session in Paris will not contain any recommendations as such on the Palestine question, it was announced here this w< ek, Howevtr, certain "conclusions" which Bernadotte has reached in the course of handling the job will be included m the report. The announcement said that the mediator's report will consis: f three sections: a report of the results of his mediation efforts: a wry now in use in Palestine; and, a Program to meet the problems 01 the Arab refugees from Israel or Israeli.occupied territory. So Objection LONDON, (JTA)—The Foreign Office here this week indicated that the British government has no objection to the establishment of an Israeli representation in London, notwithstanding the fact that Israel is not recognized by Britain. Emphasizing that the government of Israel "cannot of course have a minister here," a Toreign Office Spokesman added: "But no one can stop them from putting 'State of Israel' over their door if they want to." Truce Threatened TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A striking change for the worse in the Palestine military picture and in the possibility of continued peace took place this week with the arrival of a large Iraqi force from Mafrak, Transjordan. This brings the strength of the Iraqi army to description of the truce machi-c about 10,000 men—the largest Arab force in Palestine. It is also equipped with modern American transport and new types of fighter and bomber planes. Arabs Violate Truce; Attack Jews for Stronghold Positions TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Arabs continued to attack Jewish positions, especially in the Latrun area and on the southern front, it was officially reported by an Israeli military spokesman. "The Arabs are continuing their attacks on the Jewish positions in order to improve their own, in flagrant violation of the truce," the spokesman said. He revealed that the Arabs captured several hills, and that they fired at United Nations observers. During one of the attacks in the south, Egyptian military units prevented U.N. observers from reaching a spot where their presence was requested by Israeli military authorities. In authoritative circles here it is believed that some of the Arab military commanders are seeking to provoke large-scale clashes with the Israeli troops prior to the opening of the U.N. General Assembly in Paris a week from now. In Jerusalem, an official Israeli communique stated, Egyptian artillery joined Arab Legion heavy batteries in an indiscriminate shelling of Jerusalem's Jewish quarters last night. The Egyptians concentrated on Katamon, Kiryath Shmuel, and Rehavia, while the Arab Legion shelled Beth Israel and Bukharia as well as the western and southern suburbs facing the Old City, Israeli batteries answered the fire. Ten persons, including one Israeli soldiers, were killed and twelve were wounded by the Arab fire. Austrian Nazi Victims Await Slow Process Of Property Restitution; Only 21 Percent Of Requests Granted VIENNA, (JTA)—Only 42 percent of the applications by victims of Nazism asking property restitution have been processed during the last three-and-a-half years, it was revealed here this week by the Austrian Ministry of Property Control and Economic Planning. Only 21 percent of the applications were granted, the announcement said. These figures tend to bear out criticism of the government's administration of the first three restitution laws voiced by many of the applicants for restitution. Government officials, and a number of Catholic and Socialist Party officials have described all criticism as an attempt to blacken Austria's reputation abroad. Austrians Travel In Sealed Trains ROME. (JTA)—Displaced Jews from Austria who will embark ;it Italian ports for Israel will pass through Italy in sealed trains accompanied by Italian police from the Austro-Italian frontier to th<> harbor, it was announced here this week. The anmmcement was m^He following the arrival this week of the first group of several hundred Jewish DP's fiom Austria at the Italian port of Genoa, whence they will sail on an Italian ship to the French port of Marseille before heading for Israel. The government's statistics prove that of 20,380 applications received, 4,297 have been granted 11,850 are still pending, 1,530 have been withdrawn or transferred to the jurisdiction of some other department and 828 have been denied. Of the applications filed under the First Restitution Law. which deals with confiscated property at present under state administration, about half arc pending; under the Second Restitution Law, which provides for the return of seized property now owned by the state, about twothirds of the cases are pending, and on the Third Restitution Law. providing for the return of property now in the hands of individuals. 64 percent of the cases are still pending. U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte this week ordered the Israeli government to restore three Arab townships destroyed during an alleged truce violation and readmit some 8,000 Arabs who fled the towns. The villages—Ein Ghazal, Ijzim and Jaba—all lie south of Haifa athwart the HaifaTel Aviv main highway. The villages were brought under Israeli attack on July 18, as the beginning of the second truce, Bernadotte said. He insisted that the attack and the destruction "could not be excused by the avowed desire to make the HaifaTel Aviv highway safe because fighting between villagers and Israelis occurred before the truce." For months the Arabs in those towns had sniped at and ambushed Jewish traffic along the coastal road. Ordering the Israelis to rebuild the homes of the 8,000 Arabs whom U.N. investigators found living in refugee camps in the Jenin area, Bernadotte said: I am strongly of the opinion that the measures taken involving the systematic destruction of two of the villages were excessive and (institute a violation both of the spirit and letter of the terms of the truce." The Security Council was informed of the mediator's findings and action. A report emanating from British sources in Haifa that the Mosul-Haifa pipeline has been damaged was denied this week by the Israeli press. The newspapers also warned their readers against taking British reports at face value. I Egyptians Charged in 1 American Jew's Death WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Egyptian government has now formally charged three persons with the stoning to death of Stephan Haas, Philadelphia Jew killed in Cairo July 18, and has pledged officially that they will receive the punishment they merit, the State Department announced this week. The Department said, however, that it definitely does not consider the incident closed, and will watch the trial closely. It was noted that the Egyptian message, delivered August 22, was the first formal reply received to official United States protests on July 19 and 24. Irgun Edits Daily For Election Aid TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Preparing itself for an intensified campaign in connection with the forthcoming national elections in Israel, the Irgun-sponsored Freedom Movement this week announced its intention to start soon the publication of a daily newspaper here. Severar*members of the editorial staff of the Revisionist paper Hamashkif will join the new organ, the announcement said. It was also announced here that religious women will not be mobilized in the Chen, the women's auxiliary corps of the Israeli army, but will J;e conscripted for labor. A special commission composed of representatives of religious organizations will decide as to the kind of work to which they should be assigned. Berl Locker New World Zionist Executive Head JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The first meeting of the Jerusalem memfers of the newly elected World Zionist Executive took place nere this week. Berl Locker was elected chairman of the executive and was put in charge of public relations. Dr. Israel ^lastein of New York was elected treasurer. He will return to e United states but is scheduled^ w assume his office here within a month. Another American elected to is H n the Jerusalem executive *iii u m Greon berg, Laborite. He Z V n char 8 e of the EducaJ and Culture Department, but expected to assume his bS? imme diately' Other po'rt1 were divided among the ex—.. <_ u among ^mbers of the Jerusalem abbi Wolf Gold, Mizrachi, is in charge of the Jerusalem developments department; Eliahu Dobkin, Laborite, will head the organizational department; Itzhak Werfel, Mizrachi will be in charge of the housing program for refugee immigrants; Jacob Zerubavel. United Workers Party, will be responsible for the department to care for Oriental Jews; Moshe Kolodny, General Zionist, will continue to head the Youth Aliyah movement, and Levi Shkolnik, Laborite, will be responsible for colonization and agriculture. Eliezer Kaplan, Laborite, and S. Z. Shragai, Mizrachi, were given no portfolio. The economic department, under Grossman, has been charged with four functions. They are: mobilization of private capital for investment in Israel; supplymg information abroad of the economic development of Israel; foster an Israeli export program and, build up a tourist trade for Israel. .. David Remez, Communrcations Minister, and Aaron Zisling, Agriculture Minister, both members of the special Cabinet committee on Jerusalem, attended the meeting to participate in the discussion on education. The problem is becoming acute because schools throughout Jerusalem and Israel are scheduled to open next week and the Agency has taken no action to offer financial aid despite the fact that the school system is in financial difficulties. At a press conference this week, Dr. Goldstein said that he foresaw a budget of $192,000,000 for the Jewish Agency this year. Of this sum about $72,000,000 will be allocated for immigration and $24,000,000 for colonization, he said, adding that the rest would be divided among the various other projects supported by the Agency, with special attention being paid to the problem of developing Jerusalem. The immigration rate to Israel is expected to be about 10,000 per month, he declared. The figure will vary according to "the needs of the DP's" and the ability of Israel to absorb them. "It is up to the Jewish people to determine how large the immigration program shall be," he stressed. He estimated that this year, as in the past, from 65 to 75 percent of the Agency's receipts will come from American Jewry. •



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PAGE FOUR *JelstFk>rldten FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. lg 48 • EDITORIAL Wushinyton PuzzU* Both President Truman and Secretary of State Marshall have recently made public statements on the question of de jure recognition of Israel. Mr. Marshall's statement, preceding the President's, intimiated full recognition of Israel would be considered after the general elections are held in that country. Mr. Truman, on the other hand, merely said that full recognition of Israel was being considered. It requires no semanticist to detect the differences between the two declarations. The mere fact that Mr. Truman, the President and candidate, found it necessary to make the statement at a press conference, when he could have refused being drawn into the issue or when he could have referred to the earlier declaration of his Secretary of State, would seem to indicate that the President was not in agreement with his State Secretary. If that is the fact—and logically that is the only conclusion—the question arises who and what is holding back the President from living up to the platform of his own political party, a platform which pledged itself to the full recognition of Israel, revision oi the arms embargo, admission of the new state into the international community of nations and the extension of appropriate aid to Israel for the development of its economy. If it is not the President's intention to repudiate h:s party's plank on Israel if he is reelected he can -r.d must indicate that intention by immediate act :r. As :r. incumbent in office he has a tremendous advantage over his political opponents. He rcr. ::: while they can only promise. II he does nol proceed immediately with the implementation oi the Democratic Party's Isrce". plank he must open himself up to the suspicion that his cost-election policy will parallel his pre-election policy. The argument that full recognition can not be granted Israel before it holds its general ,J*+ S^—*" Why not open the door, John? election is a specious one. In the first place, it is incred.ble that any one should doubt the results of the election. In the second place, there is U.S. precedent for recognizing provisional governments. And, finaly, there is no rule of law which says a President cannot fully recognize a new state or the provisional government of such a state before general elections are held and a permanent government is established. There is ample evidence in the history of American diplomacy that high governmental decisions have not always been based on precedent or diplomatic correctness alone. Xuzi 4.hosts The attention of the Jewish world naturally is centered these days on Palestine. A breathtaking drama is holding our eyes in Israel, where the people are building a new state while holding the sword in vigilance against the designs of their foes. Yet, while beholding that miracle of creation and growth, we must not divert our eyes from the dangers lurking in Europe, where the seeds of anti-Semitism planted by Hitler are growing wide and wild. The disease is not limited to Germany alone. It has spread, and dangerously, throughout Europe. Germany lies prostraffe, but the Nazi philosophy of hate is by no means dead. Nazi ghosts are everywhere, dancing to the music of Hitlerdom and spreading hate against Jews. Two such ghosts made a recent appearance at a spiritualist meeting in London. While the gathering was busy listening to dissertations on ghosts and apportions, two former Nazis appeared on the scene with an anti-Jewish demonstration, demanding that the conference prohibit a GermanJewish spiritualist from speaking on behalf of the German Reich. "Down with the Jews," they shouted, evidently trying to please the spirit of Hitler. But the apex of indecency was left to Vienna, where government officials and representatives of some of the leading cultural organizations participated in a shameful ceremony—the unveiling of a monument in honor of the late Dr. Lueger, the notorious "Father of Austrian AntiSemitism," the man who preached over fifty years ago that Austria must rid itself of its Jewish population, the precursor of Hitler's racism and anti-Semitism. The Nazi ghosts are on the march in Europe. More than a "Hear, O Israel" is required to chase them to their proper abode. Study Groups Appointed By Planning Committee; To Aid Aged Program Initial steps in a comprehensive plan to coordinate all services for the care of the aged in the Jewish community of Greater Miami were taken last week by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and its beneficiary agencies with the appointment of three special committees, to study different aspects of the probli irding to ai.* %  announcement by Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Community Planning Committee of the Federation. One committee will study the functions of the various agencies thfat relate a portion of their program to the welfare of the aged. These agencies include the Jewish Home for the Aged; the Miami YM-YWHA; the Miami Beach YM-YWHA; the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Jewish Social Service Bureau. M. J. Kopelowitz has been named chairman of this committee, the other members artCharles Cohen. Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Irving Frankel, Max Greenberg, Eli Hurwitz, Max Silver. Gus Trau, and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry with Leo Allen, directoi of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Maurice Grossman, directoi of the Miami YM-YWHA, acting as this committee's professional advisors. The second committee will study the capital fund needs of these agencies, with respect to their programs for the aged. George Chertkof will head this committee, the other members being Harry Danziger, Irving Cypen. Ben Giller, Anna B. Meyers, Herbert Scher, I. S. Shapoff, Lionel Silverman. Col. Elry Stone, Max Orovitz, J. Gerald Lewis, David Trau and Arthur Ungar. Professional advisor of this committee will be Abe Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. This third committee will survey the aged care program of other communities and will submit a model plan for Greater Miami that will coordinate and interrelate the services of the various agencies in this field. Chairman of this committee is Max Meisel, the other members being Dr. Mark Cirlin, Isaac Englander, Morris Goodman, Fred Grossberg, Dr. Lester Stepner. Judge Harold Spaet. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Gus Jacob son, executive director of the YM-YWHA of Miami Beach, and Milton Malakoff, director of Public Relations of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be professional advisors. These three committees are working under the general direction of the Federation Committee on Community Planning, headed by Stanley C. Myers. Other members of this committee are: religious needs of the present resident group, Mr. Allen reported. "We are forced to operate more as a convalescent home, > ting the minimum requirements of our residents, than as a modern Home for the Aged," he said. Mr. Allen recommended that a study be made "to determine the present and future needs of the Jewish Home for the Aged so that the necessary groundwork can be laid without delay to adequately meet the needs of those aged individuals requiring institutional care." On the basis of the reports received from beneficiary agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Morris Klass, executive director of the Federation, summarized the following conclusions which will serve as the basis for the studies to be made by the Community Planning Committee sub-groups: 1. There has been demonstrated the need for an institutional program for the aged. 2. There are sufficient chornically ill among the aged to warrant a special program of medical and hospital care. 3. There is need for health and hospitalization services to be made available to the aged in the low income groups, as well as to those under the care of welfare agencies. 4. There is need for additional leisure time, health, religious, case work, counseling and employment services to large groups of the aged. 5. There is need for continuous central planning and coordination ofservices for the aged. 6. There is need for lower cost housing for those aged who can pay in full or part for their care. 7. Adequate community services by all welfare agencies will reduce the number of applications for institutional care. Jack Abbott, i.w Allen, Rabbi Simon April, Joe Arkln, Sara Blank, Oi • *of, Charles Cohan, Mis. s. i\ ; >. in. is. Florence Pinkelatein, Irving Frankel, Abe Gannes, Joseph Gardner, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr. Leonard Ollcksteln, .Mrs. Abe 0 Iman, Rabbi Murray Clrauer, Maurice Grossman, Max Holtsberg, Morris Jacobs, Gus Jacobson, Mi-.-. Ada Joseph, Leon Kaplan, M, J. Kopelowitz, Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, Dr. Al Kushner, Sam Lachman, II.I1.IM Irving Lehrman, Max :. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitx, Rabbi David Raab. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Sam Rlvklnd, Joseph M. Rose, Norman Rossman, Herbert E Scher, Mrs. Monte Selig, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi Max Sliaplro, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Fred K Shochet, Lionel D Silverman, Wm. i>. Singer, Mrs. Milton Birkln, Judge Harol (IB. Spaet, Alfred E. Stone, Col. Elry Stone, Carl Weinkle. Henry Wolff, George Wolpert, Rabbi Colman A, Zwltman, In launching its extensive program in behalf of the aged, the Federation made public reports received from the directors of its agencies showing needs of the aged and that they are not being met. Leo Allen, executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, revealed that the Home now has a capacity resident group of 38 persons with four applicants on the approved list, 20 pending applications and a large number of applications yet to be reviewed. Mr. Allen's report showed that the present quarters of the Jewish Home for the Aged are inadequate to give needed service to the aged. The present physical set-up of Miami Beach, in the form of a the Jewish Home for the Aged is dessert social too small and cramped to enablel More than 100 parents have it to develop a full program that .joined as members of the aswould adequately meet the es'sociation and 100% participation sential medical, occupational and i s expected. Christian Leaders Hear Talks on Israel Seventy outstanding Christian leaders of all sections of Miami heard the messages on the new state of Israel rendered Tuesday evening in the Bay View room of the McAllister hotel, by Rev. R. B. Giffen, Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Dr. H. F. Williams. Mrs. McCaffrey said in her speech, "We cannot forget that Israel is not only a Jewish and Arab question but a Christian problem." Rev. Giffen rendered the invocation and Rev. George Ricks, president of the Ministrial League for Greater Miami, delivered the b: nediction. I. R. Goodman, chair, man of the greater Miami Zionist Emergency council, presided. A film, "House in the Desert," was shown. Register Now! Dade county residents have only three more weeks to register if they want to vote in the genera! elections in November, says Carl Holmer, Jr., supervisor of registration. Every eligible voter is urged to get out and register. Enrollment Hits 1350 First report received at the Bureau of Jewish Education indicates a registration of over 900 children in the Sunday schools and 450 in the daily Hebrew schools and all-day schools. This represents only half of the expected enrollment, Abe Gannes, stated. Parents are urged to enroll their children now. Cuba To Help HAVANA, Cuba, (JTA) Moshe Yuval, Israeli vice consul in New York, was tendered a reception here by Jewish leaders upon his arrival in Havana in connection with the proclamation of a $500,000 campaign for Israel. Daisey Officials Attend National Convention Jack Kivett and his partner, Steve J. Daisey of the DaisyBeauty Supply Co., are attending the national convention for wholesale dealers in Asbury Park, N. J. Academy PTA Has Social The Hebrew academy will hold its opening meeting of the ParentTeachers association on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Irving Frankel, 245 18th St., Mizrachi To Hear Review Clara Goldenberg will review Quentin Reynold's book, "The Spirit of '76," at a meeting of thi Tamara chapter Mizrachi women, Tuesday evening at the Robert Richter hotel at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Turk, president says the public is invited. Oct. 27 Set For Meeting of Beach Auxiliary to Aged Wednesday, Oct. 27, has been set for the first regular membership meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged at the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, at 1:30. Usually held on Tuesday the meeting will be postponed a day because of the holidays. Civil Service Exec Speaks "City of Miami Civil Service," will be the topic discussed by J. Carrington Gramling, Jr., of the Civil Service board, who will address the Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith luncheon club, today at 12:15 at the Downtowner restaurant. fJenisli fkridian Published every Friday since W9 uy The Jewish Florldlan at 120 N £ %  Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. Entered at second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of 'rfiaml, Fla.. under the Act of March J. W* The Jewiah Floridian kaa absorpsfl Hie Jewish Unity and the Jevviin Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newi Serviea, National Editorial Association. Ami"can Association of EnoHsh-JewH" Newspapers. Florida Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year W 00 Two Years %  <* __ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 21 Number 37 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IV. l948 ELUL 13, 5.708



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' %  %  ; i ,< JEWS IN SPORTS There's quite a story behind Harry Herschel Haft. Brooklyn fighter who shows in Brooklyn later this month. Haft saw his sister thrown into a Nazi over. along with thousands of others and his job was to remove gold fillings from their mouths. He learned to box because the Nazis gave bread to the participants of slugfests. When liberated he weighed 110 pounds, but now tips the scales at 180. With his box::-.; earnings he hopes to bring his other sister, lone family survivor besides himself, to these shoi • • • News of his selection as the No. 1 Rookie of the Year in the American Association was broken to Miamian Al Rosen by a news photographer dispatched to the park to get a photo of the Kansas City star before the game. August 23." "Gosh. I'm really surprised, said Rosen. "There are a lot of other good rookies in the league. I thought someone beside me would be picked." Soccer Notes: Hilda, the cowbell girl who turned her back on the Dodgers and now roots for the Giants, will be on hand at the Polo Grounds to root for the Israeli team which will oppose the U.S. Olympic team Sept. 26 Jocko Farhai. sports editor of the leading Tel Aviv daily, will cap-... n the visitors • Eugene ling Israeli team was in the lineup of the Hakoah All-Stars from Vienna who played here in 1926 Manny HarowiU of Hatikvoh n vote-.-; the most valuable player in the National League. • • The C lun bia University basketball team is currently visiting Puert Ri( giving exhibitions an i Unies natives w h %  are very much interested in our A". Kap'.ar. I Little A: was one I -•.-. s : th team which won the Ivy"League title ".as: winter • • Ai ai R sen and Rotblatt there aren't to many I ighly rau d Jewish baseball players in the :%  : :-, rs Y Ling Ginsberg with Williamsport in the Eastern Lrague is batting .336 to head the and Saul Rogovin of Buffal is up with the pitching hurlers in the International League. T. a few boys in leagues of m lower classification but they years away from major leag consideration. Herbie Cohen. young BrooklyniU and son ol Irv Cohen. Rocky Graziano's boxing manager, is doing a good mound job for Hickory in tr.e Carolina State loop but he is still several years away from a tryout with the parent NY. Giants. Boy Scouts are seen at serrices held at the Ten Mile River Scout Camp of the Greater New York Councils. Six rabbis were in residence all summer as Scout Chaplains. The rustic chapel is a memorial to a former Boy Scout, Capt. Jacob Joseph, U.S.M.C.. who gave his life at Guadalcanal. Thousands of boys attend Scout camps throughout the nation where religious services are conducted for Scouts of Jewish. Catholic and Protestant faiths in accordance with the Twelfth Scout Law: "A Scout is Reverent. He is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties and respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion." U.S. Commissioner To Facilitate DP Immigration Here NEW YORK. (JTA)—Ugo Carusi. Displaced Persons commissioner, this week flew to Germany to facilitate the selection of DP's as immigrants to the United States under the new DP immigration law. The flow of DP immigrants since passage of the law has been cut off and it is estimated that unless Congress appropriates additional funds only some 40.000 will be admitted during the first year's operation under the law which provides for the admission of 205.000 within two years. Carusi declared that the present provisions of the law automatically eliminate some 185.000 of 200,000 Jews who fled to DP camps from Poland in 1946 and 1947. The New York Times this week termed "shocking and alarming" a proposal by the U.S., Britain, Netherlands and Brazil to the U.N. Economic and Social Council to return to the countries from which they came all "unaccompanied" DP children up to 16 years of age. The editorial pointed out that the children referred to in the proposal are Jewish war orphans and survivors of concentration camps who "have vivid memories of their wartime years and stubbornly cling to the hope that they will start life again in the United States, in Canada and in Palestine." DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at SOS p.m. Lehrman and Cantor l.oldrlng onduct service* &1 < l;d l! ; '"^i tion of the'week, services at 8 a m. and .i-> : Monday through to 6:S0 p.m. Sunday a.n 1 ',r „ Mlt,v ; \, r f Iward, son ol Mr. and Mr* 1 Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. %  %  i\ evening service* at 6 p.m.; ns %  rvicei at 8:30 a.m. Reverend Mamcne* rt Friday, 3 SO to :30 i :.. .. ;. (istratlon >un• : aln a: i.m. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St, Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. services ai • .. si eak on "The uui \ Saturday morning Religious school .m Registration from l : >_ ORTHODOX Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. evening service*, at 6:ir> a.m.; ga, ornirig aervlcea at S a.m. : •.Mil %  .. %  .:: %  '. Sheldon, eon of Mr. •.•.;. \ \ g ott. Mlshna clasaea at • ; : Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by Rabbi will speak on the • •• %  vt the Week. Hel'IeW School 6:30 p.m. Sunday • will begin Sunday at • 4.". Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:15; Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Junior congregation services at 10 .i.m. Bar Mitzvah of Bertram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Traener. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the Portion of the Week. Mincha at 5:45 followed by Shalos Sudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Registration for religious school from 3:3i> to 6 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Motes Mescheloff: Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning at S:30. Mincha at 6 p.m., fololwed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Wek. Registration of children for Sunday school will be held daily from 3:30 to 7:00. Dally BChool from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services 6:30 p.m.; Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will speak on' the Portion of the Week. Saturday afternoon at 5 p.m. the rabbi will speak. Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos. Maarlv at 7:30 p.m. followed by a class In Jewish Laws and Customs. Morning services daily at 7:3" a.m. followed by a class in Mishnah. REFORM Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Services Friday night at 8:15. The Rabbi will speak on '"The Vision of the Prophet Isaiah.'' Vocal selecorgan. Miss Marian I). Cohen will be gueat soloist. A reception will follow, tion by Rita Averbach accompanied by Lllyan Drucker at organ. Miss Marian P. Cohen will be guest soloist. V reception will folow. Religious school registration on Sunday at 10 TempU I..tl37 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will conduit %  'Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Frldav evening services at 8:00. Speaker to be announced. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Friday evening service at 6 p.m. Hebrew school classes alternate week daya for boys and girls ages 7% to 13." Sundae school at 9:4u a.m. for children from the ages of 4*1 to 14'iHigh school of Jewish studies. Sunday morning—9:45 for young people 15 years ol ace and older, FRID AY, SEPTEMBER 17 SOLAR WATER SERVICF" REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTER^ DON S. COLEMAN MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS U of F Forms Miami Club Miamians at the University of Florida have formed a Greater Miami club at the school for the 650 local students there. Temporary officers are Quentin Long, president: Marvin Cassel. •.ice president: Jayne Zeigler, secretary: and Jim Kehoe, treasurer. Elections for permanent officers will be held Sept. 28. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING \i rs 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. 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'I • %  • t" I • %  I I i PAGE FOURTEEN rggsc y G'JR TIMES KaH68tT PElE6AT*t AT Ttt UKiTEP HATIOMS, KEPRCSCNTM6 m fO'JNGEST STATE ON EARTH/ MAJJUIBREY1JBAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 p.**-.H k, NORMAN and SOI NODfl t.. b, RHODA g SIMON tBAH WAS BORM IN CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA IN 1915.HIS GRAHWTH^ TEACHING HIM HEBREW FROM EARLY CHILfHOOP KINPliP WITHIN HIM THE SPARK OF POWSM. AT 5. HIS FAMILY MOVED TO EH6LANP A CAMBRIP6E UNIVERSITY GRADUATE,WITH TRIPLE FIRST HONORS, HE WAS ELECTED FACULTY MEMBER FOR ARAWC AND PERSIAN LITERATURE RESEARCH. *Q*g ^ tfiTi&i'' ", '/ ', n 1 y jmuuBBas^Kj 1 — —AT THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,EBAN ENLISTED IN THE BRITISH INFANTRY AS PRIVATE. WITHIN THREE VfAAS HE WAS PROMOTED TO MAJOR. HE SERVED IH PAIOTIW Ab LIASON OFFICER BETWEEN BRITISH ARMY AND JEWISH A6ENCY. AFTER THE WAR, HE REMAINED IN PALESTWE AS CHIEF INSTRUCTOR Of THE MIPPIE EAST CENTRE OP ARABIC STUDIES, TRAINING ADMINISTRATORS AND DIPLOMATS FOR NEAR EASTERN SERVICE. HIS BRILLIANT rftfKHTffl W W ETC JEWISH CASE BEFORE W w : ASSEMBLY MARKED HIM AH OUTSTAWfriri* F .-,1-f ^^— %  — %  01 IV cO, 94, OFFICIALLY APPOINTED ISRAEL'S F teSESTATIVl TO THE U.N., HE DECLARED I Will be A CITIZEN OF ISRAEL AND WHERE THEY SEND ME, I MALI SERVE." AT DRCHAIM WEIZMANN'S INVITATION, HE JOINED THE JEWISH AGENCY A-J EXPERT ON ARABJtWlSH RELATIONS IN 1946. AE Phi Entertains j Jewish Quiz Box Freshmen At Party Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority actives and alumnus went overboard at a "splash party" for rushees last night at the Vanderbilt hotel. Miami Beach. Actives of Alpha Eta chapter at the University of Miami sailed through the calendar in a skit portraying the high tide of college life. The 12 months of the year were represented by Miss Nancy Hirsch, who directed the skit. and the Misses Gloria Cohen. Phyllis Steinbach, Tobe Ritwe. Tobie Jacobskind, Faye Zwick, Shirley Walberg. Marilyn Gerstein. Judy Feinberg. Lovey Friedman. Lillian Gross and Joan Langner. To steer the S.S. A.E. Phi. were officers. Gloria Cohen, president: Marilvn Gerstein. vice president: Phyllis Steinbach. scribe; and Lovey Friedman, treasurer. Mr?. Leonard Jacobson, president, and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, vice president and chapter advisor, were at the helm for the alumnae. The chanter has been having a series of small rush parties which ended with last night's affair. Plans are now being made for a smooth sailing fall semester. Q.: Why is the current month. "Elul." marked with so much solemnity in Jewish life? Dooly to Servo as Chest Chairman Oscar E. Dooly. Jr.. will serve with R. Warner Rine as co-chairman of the 1949 Dade County Community Chest campaign, scheduled for November 5 to 23. it was announced today by Pau! R. Scott, president. His appointment followed a series of conferences among Chest leaders to select an associate ft r R. Warner Ring, campaign chairman, whose physicians have prescribed a period of w n pleV to recover from the illni curred on August 30. A.: Chronologically, it happens to be the last month of the year. It is thus the month before the New Year, or, the month before the annual "Day of Judgment." Since Jews believe that all manKind is judged on the New Year, the entire month preceding the New Year is spent in prayer and penitence. The Shofar is blown < ach morning in the synagogue and special psalms are read. Incidentally, the month of Elul has great historical significance. According to the Bible the Jews sinned by making the Golden Calf while Moses was on Mount Sinai receiving the first tablets] of the Ten Commandments. Upon his return his ire provoked him. and he smashed the tablets. After having inflicted due punishment upon the people of Is-' rael. the Lord commanded Moses to climb the mountain again and receive another set of tablets.! According to tradition Moses as! cended the mountain for the second time on the first day of Elul and spent forty days and forty nights there which meant that he came back on the tenth of Tishri (Yom Kippur). During this time, awe and reverence gripped the hearts anc minds of the people who waited fo'his return hoping and praying that they had been forgiven for I their tragic sin of the Golden Calf. Tt is thus, after thousand years, that we too spend this same period in hopeful praying and penitence seeking the for. giveness of our own sins and transgressions against tr.e Lord and our fellow man. ary to visit the cemetery on fast days. It has often been the case that Jews seek to pray in the place which is holiest to them. Indeed, such might be the logical background for the thrice-annual pilgrimage that took place in the Holy Land in the days of the Temple. Since many saintly and righteous people are laid to rest in the cemetery, and death itsell tends to purify many who had sinned in life, the cemetery was regarded as a "holy place." It is for this reason that one of the most popular Yiddish expressions for a cemetery is the "Heiligi n CM" which means the "holy place." Many claim, therefore, that for this reason it became customary'to visit the cemetery and to pray in it during the solemn month of Elul when prayer is most needed. "CARE" Discontinues Service To Cyprus Announces Negotiations With Israel Chorus Welcomes >Vw Conductor The Greater Miami Jewish Folk chorus is inviting the public to meet its new conductor, Ben Yomin. who will deliver a musically illustrated lecture on the "Origin and Development of Jewish Folk Lore," Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. in the ballroom of '.he Edwards hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Yomin is a composer whose songs are included in the repertoires of Jewish Folk choruses in America and abroad. He is also an interpreter of the Jewish folk song. NEW YORK. N. Y.—CARE's operation in the displaced persons camps of Cyprus is discontinued, according to an announcement by Paul Comly French, executive director of the non-profit, government-approved organization. The termination of the gift package service is due to the fact that the internees in Cyprus are steadily embarking for their homeland in the Stale of Israel. Negotiations for the extension of CARE's service to Israel arc j now under way. Mr. French said. I No definite date for the Lnauguraition of CARE's service can be I set, until converations now being held can be completed. CARE has offered to the Israeli government its standard agreement, calling for duty-free, ration-free admission of its standard food and textile packages. CARE has delivered its tendollar food, blanket, woolen, linen and other parcels in the DP camps on Cyprus since last February. 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PAGE TWO +Je*lstncridtari FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 194 8 North Shore BBW Hear Mm. Silver Mrs. dam Silver, president of the Statt Federation of the Women's B'n; i B'rith lodges, will be the princ 'pal speaker at the first regular f .il meeting of the North Shore W^ .men's chapter on Wednesday i 8:15 p.m. at the Atlantis hoi el roof. Sharing the spot wit:-. Mrs. Silver will be models from Burdinc's who will present a fashion show under the direction of Mrs. Emphy Benway. Latest fall fashions will be featured, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Edward Walterman. Pantomime artists. Harry and Jackie Jay will complete tie evening's entertainn. Mrs. Hal Evar.s. program chairman, says that the meeting will launch the chapter's membership dm-e and that members must bring a prospective member along. There is no admission to the affair. Mrs. Stanley Phillips, president, has appointed the following committee to assist Mrs. Evans: Mrs Mickev Silve: stein. Mrs. David Sehiff'and Mrs. George Gal'.ander. Kick-off Breakfast Oct. 26 Launches B'nai B'rith Membership Campaign Mrs. Glasser To Tell AJC Of Europe Trip The first fall meeting of the American Jewish Congress. Miami chapter, will be held at the Monte Carlo restaurant. 700 S.W. 8th St.. Sept. 22. at 12:30. Guest speaker at the luncheon, which is open to members and friends. will be Mrs. Louis Glasser. national vice president of the AJC and president of the Florida Women's division, who will give her impressions of "Europe. 1948." She recently returned from Europe where she represented AJC at the World Jewish Congress convention at Montreaux. Switzerland. Mrs. L. Curtice, program chairman, also adds that Miss Roberta Weiner. 10 year-old vocalist, will sing "The House I Live In" by Earl Robinson and "Make Believe" by ^Jerome Kern. Roberta recently received the State Fedcnition of Music award. Mrs. D. Rabinowitz. membership chairman, is announcing the importance of the group's major membership drive. A kick-off breakfast at the Marseilles hotel Oct. 26. will launch the Greater Miami B'n.u B'rith membership drive. E. Albert Pallot, council membership chairman. announced this week. Presidents and membership chairmen of six men's lodges and eight women's lodges and their key workers are expected to gather at the breakfast, which is being called for 10:30 a.m.. to hear addresses by Harold Turk. Miami Beach councilman and state membership chairman. Isaac Levin, past district president, and Louis Heiman. According to council president William L. Pallot. all B'nai B'rith croups will present their membership drive plans at the breakfast. A community-wide rally in observance of the 105th anniversary will be held <>n Sunday. Oct. 31. :n Flamingo Park to culminate the drive. Workers from the Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale lodges are expected to participate in a unified drive for South Florida between Sept. 26 and Oct. 31. Charles R. Jacobson. executive diiector of the B'nai B'rith council, will display awards to be given to the top membership workers in the drive. Chief service program launched within the past few months on a national scale is the "Aid to Israel" project which has been designated as a number one job of B'nai B'rith throughout the United States. Senator Harkley To Speak To JWV Encampment Senator Alben W. Barkley. : Democratic Vice Presidential nominee, has accepted an invita: tion to address the Fifty-Third Annual Encampment of the Jew• ish War Veterans of the U.S.A. it was announced by Brigadier General Julius Klein the organization's national commander. In addition. Lt. Governor Joe R. Har.ley. and Senator Irving M. Ives of New York will attend as special representatives of Governor Thomas E. Dewcy. The convention is scheduled to take place at the Concord Hotel. Kiamesha Lake. N. Y. from September 14 through September 19. At the Annual National Commander's Banquet on Saturday ; evening. September 18 the delegates will be addressed by Attorney General Tom C. Clark. Brig. Gen. James McCorack. Jr., director of the Military Application Section of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, and Senator Ives. W. Stuart Symington, secretary of the Air Forces will address the encampment on Sunday morning. September 19. That afternoon more than 3,000 delegates from all over the country will choose a National Commander for the forthcoming year. Paraguay Receives Israeli Secretary Following the official recognition by Paraguay of the State of Israel on September 6, Moises A. Toff. Israeli under-secretary for Latin American Affairs, was officially received by President Natalicio Gonzalez and Foreign Minister Domingo Montanaro at Asuncion, Paraguay, last Monday. Paraguay is the seventh Latin American nation to recognize Israel. The others are Costa Rica. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948_ vJenisti fhrtdttan PAGE THREI I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Jewish Education Recently Henry Wallace toured the deep South. He didn't appear to mind the eggs or rotten cabbacc pitched at him. But scowls and looks of hatred did cut into him He must have contemplated the irony of his position: he could have been President of these U.S. had he only played the game as s et bv the politicians. The ideal-surrounded by hatred. He must bear his lot with fortitude and dignity. Money alone will hardly give him these attributes. He cannot obtain that inner sense of personal worth in the academic or professional schools which set up quotas to bar him out. For the knowledge that assures him of his owrr value, he must turn n must have pitied and to Jewish cultuie. And fortunvpused the suppressed lust for ately there is a vast reservoir lynching in Dixie yokeldom. Aswaiting to be tapped. No people gured of his own profram for their liberation, he was able to bear their insults with compassion. For 1,000 years, Jews, lived through the nightmare that Wallace experienced for several days. Black looks and rotten eggs would have been duck soup. Large scale lynching was neither suppressed nor prevented. Why didn't the Jews con form to the religious autarchy demanded by the dominant church? Because they were sustained by a robust faith: because they derived a solace from prayer, no longer understood in our scientific age. A New Look can proportionately sbow more genius. Take the past 100 years. Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, and Albert Einstein were Titans who virtually shook the world. The average Jew has but the faintest notion of the enormous impact his strain has produced upon the world. When he passes a church and sees cut on its cornerstone such words as Zion. Bethel, Nazarine, Calvary, Mary, Bethesda, John, James, Michael, Matthew, he hardly realizes that these names are derived from his own Hebrew arsenal. Now, if Christians and Moslems could pluck so freely from the Jewish vineyard, surely we could at least follow their example, since we love to imitate them in other matBut the era of Faith and Prayer l ters. Digging for treasure in our has passed away. Today, Jews: own mine, we will discover the need other supports to buttress their morale against the slings and arrows of a hostile world. Herzl. Brandeis, Weizman, or Einstein seldom entered a synagogue. Yet their Judaism shines with undiminished lustre. Why? Because they substituted action for prayer; knowledge for faith. Result: The Republic of Israel, which is rapidly extracting the unwilling admiration of an astonished world. Those men have set the pattern for the Jew of the future. Words, sighs, dreams, and prayers passed out with the epoch that exterminated the 6.000,000. As Jews, we must act, yet we must know what it'g ;ill about. And that brings us to Jewish education. What is Jewi.-h education? To some, it spells the mechanical reading of Hebrew words without the least idea of their meaning. To others, translating set portions of the Torah. To the orthodox, the ability to read a page out of the original Talmud (lernen a blat Gemara). But all these versions belong to the era that has passed. Need for Jewish Culture. At no lime has there been a greater necessity for Jewish education. During the age of faith. Rabbis were leaders who aimed to combine saintliness of conduct, Talmudic learning and fervent piety. The new leader is the successful man of affairs, a mixer and good fellow, who worships organization and values the technique of raising money. But does he understand ideas? Has he any knowledge of the Jewish past? Has he any conception of Jewish values? The Jew of the Galut is still most extensive of religious literatures; a philosophy topped by Spinoza, a thinker of the first rank: a history, the strangest mixture of the sublime and the disasterous ever recorded of any nation: ethical principles that were poetically expressed by a Jesus and utilized by a Mohammed: a sense of social wrongs that gave birth to Christianity and Socialism; a music which reveals in melancholy strains the enduring tragedy of an ancient people. One often hears, "Yes, I'm a Jew and mighty proud of it." But usually these are the defiant words of one who does not know the reason for his pride. Delving into Jewish culture will produce an amused contempt for the poor frustrated anti-Semite; the tolerant compassion that Wallace displayed for the hungry cracker who pelted him with tomatoes. After all, the Jew must have something or he couldn't rile the Nazi, the Fascist, the Effendi. who aims to turn back the block and bring slavery upon the world. Policy Makers Tell Purpose Of Trip To World Assembly Speaking at LaGuardia Field, New York, before taking off in a chartered Pan American Constellation for Europe, Senator Harry P. Cain of Washington told reporters why he and other government, industrial and labor officials were flying to the World Assembly for Moral Re-Armament at Caux, Switzerland, from September 10 to 20. "I have taken time from a busy campaign schedule," Senator Cain said, "to make this trip to Caux because I believe every election issue relates directly or indirectly to the world ideological struggle. It is of very great significance that policy-making representatives from so many nations are meeting at the Moral ReArmament World Assembly to consider and take action on the ideological security of the democracies." Among others aboard the special plane are Congressman George Smathers of Florida; Mayor Horace Edwards of Richmond, Virginia; Robert Fawkes. vice president of Michigan CIO; and former Senator Rush D. Holt of West Virginia. Senator Cain continued his interview, "Too many of us Americans are ideologically asleep. In our current struggle against false 'isms' in Washington it is not enough to focus the spotlight on what's wrong, but it's imperative we unite on what's right. In many key nations of the world today this struggle is a life and death matter. I believe the delegation of this special plane can learn much from first hand contact with these leaders who are in the thick of it. I believe we also can bring encouragement by our assurance of America's concern for them and the conviction that in this world war of ideas their fight is our fight." At a farewell dinner given by Juan Trippc. president of Pan American Airways, for the delegates in the Waldorf-Astoria, Congressman George Smathers of Florida said, "We have tried everything else along economic Knit For Israel Appeal Is Issued A nation wide appeal for womlen to "knit for Israel" was issued I this week by the women's division of Material For Palestine. Mrs. Rebecca Imber, chairman of the women's knitting division, said in making this appeal, "The need for woolen articles is great and political lines but people are looking for moral and spiritual leadership, This particular group and idea has the one answer." One thousand dolegit>?s fiom 40 nations are expected at this Ci.ux Conference which has been called by a group of 58 national leaders from 13 European countries. Many of these European leaders were among the world statesmen present in Los Angeles last June to launch a program of '"ideological preparedness for the d( mocracies" at the invitation of 82 members of the U. S. Senate and House of Representatives. and urgent and will become more so as soon as the cold weather sets in. Knitted mufflers, socks and gloves will protect the Israeli defender from the cold winds in the hills. If we are to get warm, woolen apparel to the valiant fighters in Israel in time, we must begin work at once." Mrs. Imber hopes to enlist 100,000 women throughout the country in this project and is urging women to form knitting circles as quickly as possible so that the knitting division can meet the fall and winter needs of the Israeli defenders. Knitting units have already heen set up in Boston, Cleveland, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other cities throughout the United States. Women who are interested are urged to get in touch with the women's knitting division of Material For Palestine, 250 West 57 St.. N. Y., or with their local Material For Palestine offices. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wcdt Full Line of Auto Accessories and Paris ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI, INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright—Cheerful—Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly Kosher Meals— 24 hour nursing care | Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrnth Special Diets Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always on call I. GERTMAN, Director For information write or phone 82-5395 BORSCHT SCHAV DELICIOUS. HOT OR CHILLED Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, KJC. 14 N. E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1948 Ceremonies Sunday Will Unite Old Age Home Couple, 71,72 -JewlsHtorlctlnn PAGE FIVE Goldie Brachjeld A ceremony of great interest to the entire Miami community will take place on Sunday at two o'clock when Goldie Brachfeld becomes the bride of Sammy Segal in the garden of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Both occupants of the Home, Mrs. Brachfeld is 71 years of age; the bridegroom is 72. Attending the wedding will be two daughters of the bride Mrs. Minnie Miller of Miami, jnd Mrs. Sallie Rosenfeld of Key West. A son, Adolph of Miami Beach, will also be present. Mr. SeK'il's children, who are in New York, will be unable to attend hut declared that "they are delighted with the wedding pi; ns." Arrangements for the wedding are being sponsored by the Miami Beach Ladies Auxiliary of the Horn-, under the leadership of Mrs. Harry Danziger and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. The ceremony will be performed by Rabbi Murray Grauer and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Unterferers for the couple will be Mr. and Mrs. Danand Sammy Segal ziger and Mr. and Mrs. Sherry. Music will be furnished by Drucker's Orchestra. A reception will follow the services, with the wedding guests being welcomed by Judge Harold Spaet, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Members of the organization are particularly urged to be present. The public %  s invited to attend both the ceremony and the reception. Following a week's honeymoon at Miami Beach, the newly weds will return to the Home. Cardiac Children Study Hebrew, Jewish History Study of the Bible, Jewish history and Hebrew was resumed this week by the Jewish children of the Cardiac home. Such study is provided by the Bureau of Jewish Education to those children who request it. This is the fifth year the project is being conducted. The teacher is Miss Dorothy Lightman. Mrs. J. Andron Passes Away Mrs. Jacob L. Andron, for 12 years a resident of Miami Beach, passed away in her New York residence at 150 Morton Place. Bronx after a brief illness, at the age of 73. Mrs. Andron leaves her husband, Jacob L., her daughters, Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky and Mrs. Joseph Levitas and sons, Dr. David S., Philip and Eli. Her husband, Jacob L. Andron. is the founder of many religious and philanthropic institutions and organizations up north and locally. He is a director of the Center and of Congregation Beth Tfilah here, as-well as many others in New York City. Her sons, Dr. David S. Andron and Eli Andron, are prominent in the hotel industry. At the present time they are operating the Albion and Crest hotels in Miami Beach. Dr. David S. Andron is vice president of the Miaiwi Beach Hotel Owners Assn., president and j one of the founders of the Hebrew Academy, vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, treasurer of the Emergency Council of the Greater Miami Zionist District, director of the Federation of Jewish Charities, of the Home for the Aged, of Congregation Beth Tfilah and of the North Beach Orthodox Congregation. He is widely known here for his philanthropic work and activities as well as for his oratory. Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, wife of the Rabbi of Congregation Beth Tfilah, is a daughter. She is actively affiliated with the Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah, with the Daughters of Israel, and with the • Hebrew Academy and its Ladies League. Resolutions have been adopted by many Greater Miami organizations extending condolences to the family. Celia Dobrin Weds Dr. Lipton In N. Y. Miss Celia Dobrin and Dr. Samuel Lipton exchanged nuptial vows in a ceremony at Temple Emanuel in New York, Aug. 29. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin, 1501 N E. 12th PL, San Marco Island, and was attended by Mrs. Phillip Neuwirth, sister of the bridegroom, and Harriet Lipton and Harriet Neuwirth, neices of the bridegroom. Joseph Lipton was best man for his brother, the son of Mrs. Ida Lipton. The bride, a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school. attended Goucher college, and was graduated from the University of Miami. She did graduate work at the University of Cali. fornia. an d is now a resident physician Dr. Lipton, also a Beach High at thc willard Parker hospital in graduate, received his degree New York from the University of Florida^ Simon Lipton PALM DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. 14 N. E. 24th STREET are pleased to announce that we now carry a full line of quality Kosher food products of those world-famous firms HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN I. ROKEACH & SONS, Inc. Get in touch with us for your needs. ROKEACH and HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN food products are the best obtainable—highest n quality, unexcelled in Kashruth. PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. U N. E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FLA. TELEPHONE: 6-3938 Lears Back From Europe Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear returned recently after spending the summer in Europe. The trip which was made by air included visits to Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Paris and the French Provinces and also the Riviera. While abroad Mrs. Lear, who is director of the Lear School, Miami Beach, together with Dr. Lear visited schools and hospitals to study methods used in the European institutions. SIMPKINS UNVEILING An unveiling of a monument to the memory of William "Bill" Simpkins, late husband of Nellie Simpkins, will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Gordon Monument Company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. 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%  • J Zwitman to Address New York Seminary Opening Exercises Dr. Stephen S. Wise has announced this week that Rabbi Colman A Zwitman of Temple Israel has been invited to giv the address at the opening exercises of the Jewisli Instituti of Religion and Hebrew U: college in New York, Sur.d;;. Ribbi Colman A. Z This %  ii] • ginning of t jreai '.. n 48-49 for logical two schools have and are under 1 Dr. Nelson Glue Rabbi Zwitman who hone: • • tr invitation is i graduati I I Institui of Religion. Itirths Mr and Mrs L of Hiali of their son. Thi ris I k place Wedr • %  h me of the J R -• r/.hal. 2 N.E 1st A ith Rev. Phil! | ffi iating R Moses Mes Shai Theodore Simons Theodore Simons To Serve In Europe Theodore R. Simons is en: :o Europe with his wife and I ; r old son after reenlistil Army for a three year pt. He relinquished his construction ess to reenter service, basil ision on his desire to aid .forces in the El pi n rehal ilitation program. When attending the Ui I Florida, he joined the R.O.T.C and graduated a captain. In W rid War II heenlisted at second lieutenant and was proted to a captaincy. He is the so.-, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Si-. longtime Miami n MB Center Stresses Activities For Youth In addition to regular school studies, the Miami Beach J< C n munity center has expanded its program of extra-curriclar activities for youth. The Center is now accept -• tion of childri n for I %  -• ry wl : %  %  ftefthe holidays. Cl be held from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. The school will b< I capable licensed teachers rtation will be pro%  I A Youth C tuncil library i as been I si \ Sal bath story hour ; j Saturday aftenv ildren will gather to listen to Jewish stories and lends and to sing Hebrev A dramatic club to present in celebration of holidayis : n formation. Also an arts and ts | i gram has been organOther plar.s for after the holiare resumption of AZA-BBG Mitzvah breakfas*.on Sun. lay rrornings: creation of an alumni association made up of former students: continuation of dances; and participaI :. in the Young People's league. Mr • Ben S vack of 41" N lUtil .Dr.. announce took pi • their home. Rev. Phillip Frit ted at • Mr Mrs. M. r. o: S "•' %  23rd Terr., announce :. Thi bris ith Rev. : I ficial A 1 • .". %  : Mr and Mrs. Harold S.W 52nd Are.. Sept i. H< %  child. F i man, -.'-. %  nee thi '%  : % %  Weiner Roast A wein<: roast will highlight the Irive of the Flakier Granada Jewish Community p, Saturday ever..--. Sept 25, al 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelm 4451 S.W. 1st St. Committee in charge are Mrs. J. Hendsel. chairman: Mrs. J Segal. Mrs. Ben Clein. Mrs. Louis Mrs. H. Schatzberg and Herman Feldman. In case of rain the affair will be postponed until the :"'lowing evening. The center :; planning a Hallowe'en :: dance at the Coral les Women's club for the I future, Isaiah Offers Art Course The first session of the Temple h Ri ligious School will be held this Sunday at 10 a.m. • will include Jew ry, Bible. Hebrew instru I customs and ceremonies: also art and music. Miss Evelyn Ell. local artist, will head the art department. Miss Ell was a student at theArt Institute in Chicago where she larship. Her vt een exhibited ,-.t many art institutes. Miss Ell's classi pli Isaiah will include water t< unique, charcoal, crayon, skel hing and sculpture. Iren who are artistically inclined are especially urged to register for these classes. Thanks George Adler, 1096 Biscayne nd, wishes to thank his many friends for their well wishes during his llni -• Mr : 3 Mrs Samuel Septoff. T74C Tatun Wa l i-ay Di Masada Dance Nets To Buy Ambulance Sunny Kay local night club er.tcrt..:.in pan*. .1 be the guest ir at a swim dance sponsored by the Masada chapters in the iter Miami area, at the Ritz Plaza hotel tomorrow evening at 8:30. Proceeds of the affair will be towards the purchase of an ambulance for the Red Mogan Dovid. Israelian counterpart of the Red Cross and affiliate of the International Red Cross. Admission will be SI.25 contribution, and tickets may be purchased at the door. Swimming will last from 8:30 until 10:30 and dancing will be from 9:30 until 12:30. Sam Soldir.eer. chairman of the affair, has announced the following committee: Jack Fried. Abe Schafer. Miss Faith Alexander. Miss Brenda Hoch. Miss Lillian Schecter, and Miss Adele Zaker. Ill Memorial!! -— Members of the Sraff and Guests of the Albion Hotel Extend their sincere sympathy to Eh and Dr. David S. Andron On the passing of their beloved mother September 14th We extend our heartfelt sympathy to rhe family of the late MIIS. JACOB L. WIMtON Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Lobel and Family 625 42nd Street. Miami Beach The Miami Beach Zionist District Expresses sincere sympathy to their Vice President Dr David S. Andron. and to the other members of the family of the late MRS. JACOB L. AMMtOX in lheir hour of bereavement. SOS Deposit Station Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, announces that an official SOS deposit station has been established at the J and N Machine Shop. 926 North Miami Ave. Old clothes must be wrapped and debvered as no pick-up service exists. Men's clothing is especially needed. S K!aS! u k^/ff;X ,0 .T Vice *•** family, on the death of ftabuLS* m f I mbe his May they find eomfoA £ he ^KSfeftSH 3 d wifc labors were not in vain, for she lESSSSL ""t her ear lhly the spirit of Torah and the Jewls ? ft he \ f *nly in comfort them together with S^SS^^, *" The Officers and Directors of ih Board of Jewish Education of Greater Miami In Momoriam— MRS. JACOB L. \Mito\ The Officers. Directors and Members of The Hebrew Academy, extend their heartfelt sympathy to the" esteemed President. Dr. David S. Andron and to Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky. on the passing of their beloved Mother. May the Almighty comfort them, their dear Father and all the family together with the mourners of Zion, in the knowledge that her life's career was not in vain, for she brought up Torah-true children who are upright American citizens and a pride to all Israel, and who in turn are leaders in the community and Jewish affairs in the fields of religion, education, Zionism and all philanthropic work. THE HEBREW ACADEMY MRS. JACOB L. AMIHOX devoted member and beloved Mother of our founder Dr David S. Andron and our Chaplain, Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky—our sincere sympathy to all the family in this sad hour of their great loss. LADIES LEAGUE THE HEBREW ACADEMY MRS. A. OSHEROFF. President We extend our sincerest condolences to the president of the Hebrew Academy, our dear friend and co-worker, Dr. David S. Andron, to his father and all the family on •he death of their beloved mother and wife. May they find comfort in knowing that her teachings are bearing fruit as her children march forward as leaders in Zion. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard Extend their deepest sympathy to Dr. David S. Andron and the entire family of the late Mrs. Jacob L. Andron and pray that God will comfort them in their bereavement. May they find solace in knowing that she was a true daughter in Israel, raising her family in the finest Jewish tradition and the spirit of the Torah. We deeply mourn the passing of Mrs. Jacob L. Andron. wife of our esteemed member and Mother of our Rabbi's wife. Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky and our director. Dr. David S. Andron. May they find solace in remembering that she was a true daughter in Israel and she raised her family in the finest Jewish tradition and spirit of the Torah. Our heartfelt sympathy is-extended to the bereaved family. CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH NORMAN KAPLAN, President ANDRON. MRS. JACOB L.—beloved Mother of Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, our dear RabbiUen—we extend our deep sympathy to her and all the family in this hour of their bereavement. Sisterhood—Congregation Beth Tfilah Mrs. Samuel Shapiro. President We extend our sincere condolences to our devoted Director—Dr. David S. Andron, to his father and all the family—on the death of their beloved Motner and wife. May they find comfort in knowing thai her teachings are bearing fruit as her children march forward as leaders in Zion. North Beach Orthodox Congregation Jacob Kaufman, President Mr. and Mrs. Sol L. Sugarman Extend their heartfelt sympathy to Dr. David S. Andron, his father and the entire family on the death of their mother and wife. May they find solace in the knowledge that she was a true daughter in Israel and may their -ontmued efforts in behalf of maximum Jewish education and in communal activities serve as a balm to their sorrow. i %  K



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-mAV. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 + Mi*.l fkrMfon Solomon Troth; Weiss, Edwinn Marriages Announced E5 Mrs. David Howard Weiss Mrs. David Howard Weiss, the former Molly Ann Boyell, who married Sept. 5, is honeyWilliamsburg, Va., in was mooning a fter which she will make her home in Washington, D. C, where her husband is employed by the N a vy department. The bride is the'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. Frank Edwinn Harry Boyell, 1096 Venetian way. Residing in New York after their marriage there are Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Edwinn. Mrs. Edwinn is theformer Miss JoAnn Lipinsky of Asheville, N. C, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg of Mrs. Sam LeVine 151 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The engagement of Rita Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Solomon, 1900 S.W. 17th Terr., to Sam LeVine of Colombus, Ohio, was announced at a family dinner at the Raleigh hotel, Sept. 9. No date has been set for the wedding. Lillian Steen New Miss B'nai B'rith Miss B'nai B'rith of 1948 is Miss Lillian Steen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Steen, 5172 S.W. 4th St., who won the title not only because of beauty but also because of her vocal ability, at a dance sponsored by the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, Sunday night, at the Frolics club. Miss Steen, who sang "Because," did some professional work in Massachusetts, where she lived, and made extensive USO tours throughout the East during the war. The new queen, who was crowned by Miss Jean Bromberg, last year's winner, will add her new loving cup to others she already has, for not only is she a talented singer, but also she has won several rhumba contests. Others competing for the title were the Misses Margaret Blau. Florence Lovinger, Bunny Lynn and Rita Jo Quartin. Associated Photographers Lillian Steen Carolyn Guthman Engaged Announcement is made this<3 week of the engagement of two University of Miami students, Miss Carolyn Guthman, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Guthman, 3900 N. Meridian Ave., and Donald Barmack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barmack, 5620 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. No date has been set for the wedding. Both Miss Guthman and Mr. Barmack were graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school and ure attending the University of Miami. He is a law student and is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fiatc.nity. During the war he served with the Navy for 15 mont is. Gutmann-Walterman Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walterman who were married Sept. 7, in the study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. will make their home in Miami Beach. The bride is the former Miss Beate B. Gutmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gutmann of Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Max Silver gave the bride in marriage and she was attended by Miss Emily Hank, maid of honor, and Mrs. Ida Levy, matron of honor. George Topolski was best man. Mrs. Walterman attended Syracuse university and was graduated from Mt. Sinai Hospital School of Nursing, New York. Beth David Names Jerome B. Gordon as Education Director PERSONALLY SPEAKING Miss Dorothy Lightman has again resumed her activities os teacher of handicapped children both L in the public schools end in the National Children's Cardiac Home, alter a sunnier spent in the New England states. While in the north she attended the Tanqlewood Musical Festival. %  Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 933 S.W. 6th Ave., has returned to her home following an extended vacation in Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and daughter. Barbara, and Mrs. Weiner's sister, Miss Matilda Norman, returned^recentiy from a trip to California and Lake Louise, Canada• Bbara will leave again this week to begin school at Vanderbilt university in Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs S. H. Evans and children will leave today'for their home in the Bronx, N. Y. after attending the wedding of their sister. Katherine Pereizman to William Bell. Miss Charlotte Blumberg. daughter of Mr. andMrs. Nat Blumberg. 1285 S.W. 19th Terr., returned to Miami WCWuly Wttb her fiance. Stanley Freed, after pending the summer in New Jersey. Mr. Freed has returned home and Miss B umberg will re sume her studies at Northwestern Dental school next weeK. Mr. and Mrs. SeymouAlcTdstcTne, 1895 S.W. 22nd Stwill return to Miami this weekend after vacationing in Chicago where they visited Mrs. Gladstone's parents, Mr n £ r ; Myron Newman. On their way home, they stopped in cnana nooga to visit Mr. Gladstone's relatives and rrienas. Miss Isadora Margolis^daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph* Margolis. 3163 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, returned to Miar, this week after spending some time in Tampa WHO Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weissman. Congregation Beth David this week announced the appointment of Jerome BGordon as executive educational director. Mr. Gordon received his Hebrew education at the Rabb i Isaac Elc h a n a n Theologi c a 1 Sem i n a r y and was gradu a t e d from the Yeshiva University with a degree of B.A. He attended the University of Rochester Graduate School, majoring in the field of education and receiving his teacher's certificate in secondary education for the State of New York. He taught in the high school system for four years, simultaneously heading the Beth Sholom Congregation Sunday school and Temple B'rith Kodesh Hebrew department. For the past four years he was associated with the Beth Joseph Center of Rochester in the capacity of executive and education director. During that time Mr Gordon actively engaged in many of the youth educational, Zionist and Social projects; as director of the City of Keren Ami Organization, principle of the Religious Education Release Time Plan, the Jewish representative to the Otetiana Extention and Organization Committee of the Rochester Chapter of the Boy Scouts of America and a member of the Zionist Youth Commission. Fealk-Borkin Troth The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Marilyn Yvette Fealk and Albert Mayer Borkin was announced Saturday by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fealk, at a reception at their home in Detroit, Mich. The wedding has been set for Nov. 23, at the Shaarey Zedek synagogue in Detroit. Miss Fealk attended the University of Michigan. Mr. Borkin l is the son of Mrs. Rose Borkin, 1730 N.E. 62nd St., Miami. He is a senior at the University of Miami Law school and is a member of Nu Beta Epsilon, law fraternity. During the war he served with the amphibious force in the Pacific theatre. MARTHA ZALL MODISTE Formerly with Lily Ruben Located at 407 15th ST., MIAMI BEACH Specializing in afternoon and evening wear Sizes: 10-44; 14V4-24'^. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 cousins. and Reserve your Seats NOW in our Beautiful. Modern, Air-Conditioned Synagogue CONG. BETH TFIIAH 935 Euclid Ave. ,^Ader Our Beloved Spiritual Leader RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Prominent Speaker and Renowned Cantor known as ______ THE YERUSHALMY Will conduct services and Deliver the Sermons Seats may be obtained in the Synagogue Now. Do not delay NORMAN KAPLAN, President ISRAEL DIAMOND, Chairman of Seating Committee SAMUEL HILL, Gabai ^^ %  %  — % % %  %  %  %  %  %  • > % % %  %  %  -**" %  Rev. Philip Fried Private Hebrew Instructor Bar Mitsvab Preparations Will come to your home Individual or group instruction Phone 58-9841 — 58-9851 YOUR OLD FRIEND W. P. CORBITT IS BACK ON THE JOB TO SERVE YOU THE BEST IN LIVE POULTRY COME AND SEE ME 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 3-6028 THE LEAR SCHOOL Our ideal environment develops mental growth; encourages learning without tension. KINDERGARTEN thru 12th GRADE Private swimming pool on premises SPECIAL COURTESY RATES TO RESIDENTS MORNING, AFTERNOON OR ALL-DAY SESSIONS REGISTER NOW. CLASSES START OCTOBER 1. 1948 IDA R. LEAR Phone 5-0606 Director 1010 West Ave., M. B. BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach COMFORTABLY COOLED BY THE MOST MODERN AIR-CONDITIONING INSTALLATION • MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah and Community Building throughout the High Holy Days • RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF will preach in English in both buildings CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER renowned lyric baritone will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla A committee will be at the synagogue daily (exceptinr on the Sabbath) from 9 a.m. to noon, and from 5 to p.m. for reservation of seats. Selichoss Saturday. mr+*be 25, ?t Midnight __________________



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pnmAY. SEPTEMBER 17 1948 *J**!§LFk>rklton PAGE FIFTEEN World Council Of Churches Condemns Anti-Semitism AMSTERDAM, (JTA)—A vigorous call to Christian churches to denounce anti-Semitism "as a sin against God and man" was made to the assembly of the World Council of Churches in the report of a special committee that has been studying the Christian appioach to Jews. In the past, the report said, the churches "have helped to foster an imape of the Jews as the sole cneirics of Christ, which has contributed to anti-Semitism in the fccuh.r world." Declaring that no people in the world has suffered more bitterly than the Jews, the report stated: "We must acknowledge that too often we have failed to manifest Christian love towards our Jewish neighbors or even a resolute will for common %  ccial justice. We call upon, all the churches we represent to denounce anti-Semitism, no matter what its origin, as absolutely irreconcilable with the profession and practice of the Christian faith. Anti-Semitism is a sin against God and man." Referring to the emergence of the Jewish state, the report declared: "Whatever position may be taken towards the establishment of a Jewish state and towards the rights and wrongs of Jews and Arabs, of Hebrew Christians involved, the churches are in duty bound to pray and work for an order in Palestine as just as may be in the midst of our human disorder, to provide within their power for the relief of the victims of this warfare without discrimination, and to seek to influence the nations to provide a refuge for displaced persons far more generously than has yet been done." EDD,E ..5^ TOR SURVEY NEEDS OF REFUGEES IN EUROPE IN PREPARATION FOR TOUR IN BEHALF OF UJA •S^SLfe^ 0 _A .J ,0 ^_ ma J an 9 a tou F of key 01 ine recently snanstttiBr^^ SjagggaggSgMKfiE w Sss ^Si3urs^^& NEW JERSEY BACKS COYNE FOR J. W. V. COMMANDER Dr. David Coyne of Hoboken. candidate for the post of National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S.. has been unanimously endorsed by the Department of New Jersey of the J.W.V. Dr. Coyne, a former National Vice Commander and New Jersey State Commander, has been active in Zionist and other communal affairs. This year he is the Hoboken co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, the Jewish National Fund and the Zionist Emergency Committee. He is also a past editor of the Jewish Veteran Magazine and in 1946 was J.W.V. Convention Chairman. Mrs. Moser Talks On Importance Of Hadassah Mrs. L. Moser, president of the Miami Senior chapter of Hadassah, will be the guest speaker at the regular cultural meeting of the Miami chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, Monday evening at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami YMHA. The public is invited to heather speak on "The Importance of Hadassah Today." Mrs. Harvey Brock, cultural chairman, is in charge of arrangements. PARIS, (JTA)—Anti-Semitism is at "a high pitch" in Germany and there is no hope for any possible adjustment of displaced Jews there, it was reported at the conference of representatives of the American Jewish Committee in Europe. Prof. Herman Gray and Zachariah Shuster, who just returned from Germany, warned the conference that increased vigilance by Jewish organizations in order to lessen anti-Semitic tension during the next few years is necessary. They estimated that no less than 5,000 displaced Jews may emigrate monthly from Germany to Israel within the next twelve to eighteen months. The conference also heard detailed reports ort restitution of Jewish property in various countries. Max Isenbergh, counsel of the American Jewish Committee, called the attention of the delegates to the fact that all victims of racial and political persecution whose property in the United States was seized by the U.S. government must submit claims for the return of such property not later As the oldest and largest financial institution in Miami... •h gateway to Latin America •our Foreign Department has oil of the facilities to serve you jully. in all foreign financial or bonking transactions throughout *• world...whether your interest business or pleasure. Aqui Se Habli ^panol Aqui Se Fata PortufrOes • FOREIGN DEPARTMENT 6th Floor fhellrsl mm -•V Miami u ("tablMird 1902 T wo t '" """ La 't— AMMW /uniwnn fcn!r,nc. for Your Conv.ni.nc. £*yot;i lnmimn Conomiltm Jr. Hadassah Formal In an effort to obtain new members, the Miami chapter of Junior Hadassah is having a formal dance, Sept. 25, at the Caribbean hotel, Miami Beach. All attending must be paid up members, says Miriam Schein-lthan April 30, 1949. berg, dance chairman, who urges. that those interested join now. Her co-chairman, Phyllis Einhom, adds that membership may be paid at the door. Others on the committee, are Anita Goldman, Mickey Einhom and Lillian Steen. For information call Miriam Scheinberg at 48-8951 or Phyllis Einhom at 48-8318. The chapter will meet Monday night at the YMHA to hear convention reports and to hear Rabbi David Raab of Temple Isaiah speak on the "Palestine Situation Today." Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. CONVAUESCeftCC AND OWOMC cues MS •OTFCOUHT 0x$rM/iAou remember it! Traditionally tasteful, kitchen-made from an Old World recipe Mothers clear broth comes to a delicious jell after a few hours in the refriKeraior. Get your jars today to inexpensive. CfrtSSf its Kosher and Pareve. A. your I grocer s BOW. KOM THI SPOUISS KITCWMS Of MOTHER'S FOOD riODUCTJ, IMC., MWMKi K.J. Isaiah Supper Sunday Community singing will follow the "Friendship Supper" this Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave. Lilyan Drucker, Temple organist, willl lead the group. She will also introduce the guests according to the states from which they come. Top-notch local entertainment will entertain during the dancing hour. Tickets may be purchased at the door or can be obtained by calling Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus at 6-2128. According to Mrs. Charles Raab and Mrs. Ben Silver, cochairmen, the affair is open to the public. CG Center Plans Supper The Coral Gables Jewish center is extending a public invitation to a dutch supper, Sunday evening at 7 p.m., on the lawn of Mrs. M. Corenblum, 5427 S.W. 12th St. For reservations call 3-4411 with tariff set at $1.00. Proceeds of the supper will go into the Center treasury for further projects. GLASS FOR EVERY P U R*P O S E STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER SAM'S KOSHER MARKET 322 S. W. 12th AVENUE Strictly Kosher Meat, Poultry and Delicatessen NOW OPEN CALL 9-6266 FOR FREE DELIVERY Under the supervision of Rabbi Racovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be held at The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.) Miami Reach During the Forthcoming Holidays YOM KIPPUR Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12 Wednesday, Oct. 13 Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy ROSH HASHONO Sunday Evening, Oct. 3 Monday, Oct. 4 Tuesday, Oct. 5 MONEY AND EDUCATION You get good pay In the U. S. Army or the U. S. Air FoYce today. And If you wish, you can save most of that pay, for your food, clothes, housing, and other living expenses cost you nothing. At the same time, you can take correspondence courses or attend classes under the Education Program of the Armed Forces. You can study any subject from elementary English to courses usually given in colleges. It you're a high school graduate, you can attend an Army Technical School or Air Force Specialized School on a threeyear enlistment and you can choose the school you want before you enlist! You learn a valuable skill or trade that entitles you to a good job in the service. Learn more about it at your Recruiting Station—right awmyl 0. 1 ARMY AND U. S. *!R FORCE RECRUITING SERVI0E CAKtffiS WITH A FUTURE U. S. Army and U.S. A 25 i\. E. THIRD srr ::::T.. MIA^S! %  %  HiHU^B^^HB %  MBMBM w^^mmam M



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I i I PAGE SIX Capital Spotlight Bra^d^i* Papers To B# Exhibited Darin* Inaugural 0 tfinal Letters and document justice Louis FRroAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 %  •„„ rted States SOSES* %  *&££& observers here, relations be* Bra „ d eis 0JT£*Sl -SI% sss= ^understand how Unung titutien numerous display for fte first timj tolnv; n tor7theuain point, of .,.. ant mors now ^ou,Meer conflict, and put them in a sr.ow lt > Olnei _, Council Women Service to Foreign Born Reviewing Cases For Eligibility Under DP in the Foreign Born office of Miami Section of The Service io Wom en is at present reviewing all the National Council of jei. wh ch affivadits have been furnished to I cases intheir *" n Gcrma ny, Austria and Italy, in order eligible dl /P lace ,£ 0 rpi-itives or affiants necessary supplementary afi to obtain fr on J "fL'jL t0 jobs and housing, in order to .qualify under fidavits with reieieriLc j .^ gucn ZQnes must have taken ^ hene beSre December22, 1945, in order to establish eligibility under the act. Greater Miami who have filed affidavits Relatives or fi.endsi m we to contact the local of{ice] m for such eligible u *\ preparing the necessary papers. Langford Build ng for assrstanc ^ ^^ actording to Mrs Florence information may a' c _„ Finkelstein. executive secretary. o inventory men % %  <"" ~— ~ mere .> %  *inflict, and put them in window against a backcrop o. A S?Ci2SSi raised by 1 I neamels of the Preaitheir dential election,-, icintiW" 1 weeks away-are overriding the its inside rael.' by Oliver Wendell irandeis on the latter s & Th S nne Of nbed a S of char 1 Restriction of movements' are bald. The F-rar.deisiana in tne unu m cSmany to [srael ol dis%  ••* ^ poin ^T^S'SJlutSaced Jews if they are of rr.ih%  an impa sse at the presen Bu ^ relatin g to Biandeis in tan age >r experience. This is ^uld be resolved in one stroke and activities m savings, one of the sorest points between ^ d this ta wh ere I "J bank life insurance, Zionism, and Washington and Tel Aviv. As it co !" m ^ ropes which could views ed while on the now stands no Jew can leave foi ,. olst the Ger man emigration^ban. Suprerne Court. ^ ^ ^ n( US io row——i mar.v handfuls they may be. This means a virtual continuation of the ban on Jewish immigration to Israel from Germany. It also means that if families'having sons or husbands between 18 and 45 for whom Bernadotte won't grant clearances still %  imeru. -%  %  %  —" „„ is this: these three agencies are whollv within the jurisdiction of the White House. The President can direct them without recourse to the Congress. Then why does the Presiden allow these three all-important n-alters to stagnate and drag on. Does he want them to? wish to emigrate, they will be Israens here believe he does split up. The onus of their separnot Tiuman an d his economic adation would fall on them— „ icoPC know, for example. I ation would tali on awn-"" | visers know, lor enw". -• the State Department would be, the longer lhe bank loan is deoff the hook sharply critical laycdj th( more the sla te of 1sworld opinion. ,-ael may need it when it does The emigration restrictions are more than enforcement of the U.N. truce resolutions Is: a U sources here point out. The official mission in Washington stated that 'the State Department's policy is not a mere technical misinterpretation of the truce "cut concerns one ot the most vital inl esl of the Jewish people throughout the world. And the w i: : "vital" pertains to 2 The matter of a S100.000.000 Expor.-Import Bank loan for Israel may need it when it does receive the loan. Already the ligure of S300.0U0.000 has been mentioned if the smaller loan is not forthcoming presently. But on the other hand, Truman and his political adviserealize that granting a loan to Israel would mean infinitely more politically if it occurred a week or two before election day. It would be starklv dramatic—and drama is what Truman is seeking in his campaigning. The same would hold true for D1 andeis board of trustees, has made available significant letters and documents relating to the planning of the institution. The inaugural festivities of the University include the inauguiation ceremony of Thursday evening, October 7, at Symphony Hall in Boston at which Dr. iSachar will be installed as first ;S; president of Brandeis and Dr. I Arthur H. Compton, chancellor of Washington University and Nobel Prize winner, will deliver the principal address. The following days of the festivities will be devoted to academic conferences, visitations to the Brandeis University campus, and various receptions to the academic delegates attending the festivities. Al Pallot To Speak On BB's 105 Years E Albert Pallot, vice president of the B'nai B'rith council, and general chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith membership d to, wiU address the North Shore lodge on "105 Years of Service to Humanity. Monday. Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. at the Temple ; i e?hSholom,41st St. and Chase [ A H e will toll of B'nai B'rith's service programs at home and abroad, trace the tremendous strides made by the Anti-Defamation league in coming anti-Semitism, and he will describe the functions of the 183 Hillel foundations on college campuses in the U.S., Canada and C The first regular fall meeting of the lodge will be attended by the women's chapter, which has been invited to hear the speaker^ Mark Silverstein is in charge ol the program and A. J. Kaplan will preside. ^ — I pholsterinq I Slip Covers Braperies %  i Bed Spreads Head Boards Cornices Made to Order Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Lire Inj. Co. 907 Blecayne BldoPh. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone nie for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. UAWLSON 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES 4i. 1H v -~ Expor.-Import Bank loan for isU recognition, the relaxation rael. No action is forthcoming on emigration bans, the liftof the emigration bans, the lifting of the arms embargo, the U.N. sponsoring of Israel, and a score of other points. And people here believe that this will happen—when the V. House feels the time is ripe politically, and not before. At*** raei. .NO ai" *-— .— this save heavy temporizing by all concerned. President Trurr.an is on record as favor.:.I i loan. The Israelis have convinced him that thev will repay it and that it will be used only for peaceful, economic purposes. The Export-Import Bank, however, savs they cannot grant the loan until stability, and presumably trar.quility. have returned to Palestine, and they need more assurances of repayment. Pledges that suffice Truman do not suffice the bankers, and friction grows between them and Israelis who remember upwards of $350,000., 000 poured' into Greece as part of the Truman Doctrine for that most stable and tranquil country. 3. De jure recognition of Israel and sponsorship to the United Nations. Again, everyone in government's upper echelons favor.this but nothing is being dor.e and. rather than letting Israel join thi U.N. to find some way herself to bring peace to Palestine, tneBuilders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade • Large stock of monuments on display for immediate delivery m all Jewish cemeteries. O Serving the leading Jewish families in inn area since 1923. 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