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The Jewish Floridian ( September 24, 1948 )

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i^J^wiislhJEIIiDipidliigyn VOLUME 21-NUMBER 38 CombiningJHE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEW ISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA,'FB1DAY, SEPTEMBER 2471948' PRICE TEN CENTS UN Makes Public Bernadotte Report; Existence of Jewis h State Recognized Bernadotte Assassinated In Isra I JERUSALEM, (JTA) — U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte was assassinated in Jerusalem Friday. A message from John J. MacDonald. U.S. Consul in Jerusalem, to the Department said that Bernadotte and French Col. Sorot, senior U.N. observer in Jerusalem, were murdered. "This is regarded here as a great tragedy," a State Department spokesman said, in releasing the report of the assassination. A press spokesman for the Israeli mission in Washington said: "I am very deeply shocked and grieved. The government of Israel has always believed that the United Nations personnel is inviolate in performing its duties inside and outside of the state of Israel." Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok and Dr. Ralph Bunche, American U.N. official who has been named temporarily to succeed Bernadotte as head of the mediation and truce machinery, conferred here for over an hour. Shertok expressed Israel's sympathy and sorrow at the murder and outlined the measures which the government is taking to apprehend the assassins. Bunche reported that U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie had placed the Palestine situation on the General Assembly agenda and that Gen. Aage Lundstroem, U.N. aide to Bunche, has been ordered to make an investigation of the incident. Bundle's earlier statement holding the Israeli government responsible for the deed was not discussed. Bunche's blast, addressed to Shertok, said, "the act constitutes a breach of the truce of the utmost gravity for which the Provisional Government of Israel must assume full responsibility." He added that statements by Shertok and Yigal Yadin, Army Chief of Operations, to the effect that the truce was not being observed carefully and that the observation staff was too small to do the job, were "not the kind of statements which would be calculated to discourage reprehensible acts of this kind." Earlier, a government statement deplored Bunche's "recriminatory" note and pointed out that the murder was carefully premeditated and could not have been influenced by Shertok's statements which were published only Friday morning. In addition, the spokesman said, the Shertok and Yadin criticisms were not aimed at Bernadotte but at the observation set-up. The bodies of Bernadotte and Serot were placed aboard a plane for Geneva after a solemn ceremony at Haifa where they had lain in state overnight. Representatives of the Israeli government were present at today's ceremony. The bodies were brought to Ha-a frou. Jerusalem under armed escort. Lundstroem was informed that he and other U.N. personnel who witnessed the murders would be asked to check all arrested suspects in a line-up in an attempt to identify the killers. Shortly after the Cabinet's first session on the assassination, an official statement was issued. It declared that the government was taking all steps to mobilize the power of the state to stamp out this "treason at home." It added that the "Jerusalem outrage is a stab in the back of the Israeli Army" and the "act also attempts to sever the good relations between the state of Israel and the United Nations and it is a desecration of Jerusalem's holiness." Lundstroem's statement that the truce is still in effect was given additional support with the announcement that the U.N. staff had finally worked out an agreement whereby the Israelis will be permitted to use a disputed road in the Negev for supplying settlements behind the Egyptian lines. Under the agreement the Jews will be permitted the use of the road for six hours out of each 24 and the Arabs will use the road for a like period. Irgun Accepts Ultimatum To Disband; Israel Erects Camps For Terrorists TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israeli authorities in Jerusalem this week handed the Irgun Zvai Leumi an ultimatum to liquidate itself as an independent organization and demanded that all its members immediately enlist in the Israeli Army, without at| taching any conditions to their service. This is the latest in a series of anti-terrorist activities? initiated by the government in the wake of the assassination in Jerusalem of U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte and his French I aid e. Col. Andre Serot. An Irgun spokesman in Tel Aviv said that the members of | the organization are embittered by the ultimatum, since an agreement had almost been reached with the government on that isI sue. However, the spokesman said I !" Irgun will accept the ultiPatum and will offer no opposition. Even as the first public announcement, of the details of the Pvernment's anti-terrorist regulations were being made, it was pned that a large detention lrnpha S been prepared for terrorists apprehended under the f* em eWncy legislation. The nTnfu Which ^corporate VM the features of the Britadm.mstration's Emergency IWdeW Ref ? ulatlor do not progfcr capital punishment. Ordiktin,? r T\ such as murder, will *!£V ^ e handled un <*er the WUtr legal code. iX^ re i ulations already Ebv n.2s £ abinet and tinier y P aVld Ben Gurion, and Defense Minister, provide for five to twenty years imprisonment for participating in acts of terrorism, while prison sentences of one to five years are provided for membership in terrorist organizations. A fine of $4,000 or imprisonment up to three years, or both, was set for aiding or abetting such organizations. Violators of the anti-terrorist statutes will be tried by military courts. Emergency regulations halting the spread of anti-government terror, outlawing underground terroristic organizations and making membership in them illegal as well as declaring all aid to such extremists a crime were promulgated in Israel this week 'ollowing a four-hour meeting of the Cabinet, which was called immediately after the assassination of Count Folke Bernadotte and French U.N. observer Col. Andre Serot. At the same time, all Cabinet officers were armed and provided with armed escorts. Meanwhile, a Sternist underground appeal declared that the "Ben Gurion governments is using the methods of the British" against the Sternists although their party is now legally registered with the government. "Because somebody shot Bevin's representative — Bernadotte — and although the government has Noted Biographer, Emil Ludwig, Dies In Switzerland ASCONA, Switzreland, (JTA) —Emil Ludwig, world-famous Jewish biographer of many prominent world figures, died in his sleep here, it was reported over the week-end. He was 67 years of age. Born in Germany, he became a citizen of Switzerland following the rise of Nazism. His biographical works on Christ, Lincoln, Kaiser William II, Goethe. Bismarck and Beethoven besides many others, were burned by the T. D A RI S (JTA) — Seven "basic premises" for the settlement of tne h-alestine question are contained in the report to the UN Security Council drawn up by the late Count Folke Bernadotte and made public here on the eve of the opening of the U.N. General Assembly. The seven conclusions are: ]\ **** mu *t return to Palestine, and every feasible measure should be taken to ensure that hostilities will not be resumed and beTestored"" relatl0ns between Ar abs and Jews will ultimately 2. A Jewish state called Israel exists in Palestine and there are no !" nd *• %  ^r assuming that it will not continue to do so. J. the boundaries of this new state must finally be fixed either hi KLTT 1 USXFSP between the parties concerned or, failing that, by the United Nations. s in D i^ Adher u n l e 1 ft* P rinci P le f geographic homogenity and integration, which should be the major objective of the boundary arrangements should apply equally to Arab and Jewish territories whose frontiers should not, therefore, be rigidly controlledI bythe Kember 2r ngementS enViSag6d ta the ^ ti n resolutioVof P5 ,„ 5 „ Tr J e u rignt of P e P le "Proofed from their homes bv the fKSTJSS present war to return to their homes should be af firmed and be made effective, with assurance of adequate comoensation for the property of those wno may choose not to return b. The city of Jerusalem, because of its religious and inter national significance and the complexity of interests involved should be accorded special and separate treatment. 'voiveo, snouid A a 7 Inte rnational responsibility should be expressed where m„ a ble f and n e CeSSary in the f0rm of international ESeeTa! a means of allaying exist ng fears, and nartirularuf £ ~„ Ji boundaries and human rights particularly m regard to c !" ,T,lV ep0rt urge s that the existing indefinite truce in Palestine should be superseded by a formal peace or at leasto ~ V %  wsureauaruls-* b road de tween the Arab and the Jewish states, the report of the slain U.N. mediator recommends that in the absence of an agreement between Arabs and Jews, these frontiers should be delimited by a technical boundaries commission appointed by and responsible to the United Nations. The report suggests that &f he boundaries defined in the United Nations partition decision should be revised along the fol'owing lines: 1. The area known as the Negev should be considered Arab territory. The frontiers should run from Faluja, north northeast, to Ramleh and Lydda (both of which places would be in Arab terri•orv), the frontier at Lvdda then following the line established in the General Assembly resolution of November 29. 2. Galilee should be defined as a Jewish area. The disposition of the territory not included within the boundaries of the Jewish state should be left to the governments of the Arab states in full consultation with the Arab inhabitants of Palestine, with the recommendation, however, that in view nf the historical connection and common interests of Transjordan and Palestine, there would be compelling reasons for merging the Arab territory of Palestine with the territory of Transpordan. This would be subject to such frontier rectifications regarding other states as may be found practical and desirable. 3. The port of Haifa, including the oil refineries and terminals, and without prejudice to their inclusion in the sovereign territory of the Jewish state or the administration of the city of Haifa, should be declared a free port. Free access should be assured for interested Arab countries. On the other hand, the Arab countries undertake to place no obstacle in the way of oil deliveries by pipeline to the Haifa refineries. 4. The airport of Lydda should be declared a free airport with assurance of access to it and employment of its facilities for Jerusalem and interested Arab countries. 5. The city of Jerusalem should be treated separately and should be placed under effective United Nations control with maximum feasible local autonomy for its Arab and Jewish communities. The protection of the Holy Places and sites, as well as free access to them, should be safeguarded. 6. The right of the Arab refugees to return to their homes in Jewish-controlled territory at the earliest possible date should be affirmed by the United Nations. Their repatriation, resettlement and economic and social rehabilitation, and payment of adequate compensation for the property of those choosing not to return, should be supervised and assisted oy a United Nations conciliation commission. 7. The political, economic, social and religious rights of all Arabs in the Jewish territory of Palestine and of all Jews in the Arab territory of Palestine should be fully guaranteed and respected by the authorities. Emil Ludwig Nazis. He was a prolific writer, not only of biographical studies of famous personalities but also was the author of plays and political essays. He was active in a number of Jewish causes. He attended the Universities of Breslau and Arab League Forms Palestine Gov-t. Over Transjordan, Iraq Protests no proof of our complicity, our (Heidelberg, receiving his law de.. • a %  T "\_ M_ 4 \ 1 ....... fAiM 9 Vi ii 1-ittiiv irwtitiiiij>n JERUSALEM, (JTA) King Abdullah will not permit the seating of a Palestine Arab Government in Jerusalem, the Transjordan-controlled Ramallah radio declared this week following recepit of a report from Amman that the Arab League had established a Palestine Government. The Palestine Arab Government was formed over the protests of both Transjordan and Iraq. An Arab League announcement • w ~ — %  %  % % % %  !! %  II I mt -~-~--"-0 •"— — '• —*• -*-. AMMW MWMQMV UiUHIUIUCIIH'I] (Continued on Page 4) Igree from the latter institution, declared that Ahmed Hilmy Pas ha, military governor of the Arab-held section of Jerusalem has been named Prime Minister in the new government. A report from Amman said that Abdullah Eon n/T 1 t0 Permit the 'option of the new government any2 rZ* W lthin the security zone of the Transjordan Government He interprets that security zone as extending from the borders of the Egyptian kingdom to the frontiers of Syria and Lebanon : • I



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'.ImistinwkUarJ, i l Jewish Quiz Box Q.: Why is wine used in so many Jewish rituals when the Bible disapproves of it? (Submitted by Theodore Greenhood. Boston. Massachusetts.) A: The restriction referred to is found in the Book of Leviticus (Chapter 10. verses 8-10V It must be noted, however, that this restriction applies to_priestsjv^ are forbidden to drink wine so t they may be "clear-headed nthey enter the sanctuary to perform their holy duties in lhi | Temple. Even in the case the p tests we find DM apinion a UM Talmud stating thai the pre tl n applied to the W*j r 4M| W ine in excessive an -•;• BabU, Tractau Ken* lSb). It is important to note that the wine itself was not considered an evil substance, the proof being thai it was used as one of the accompanying ingredient, to the sacrifices .Numbers 28:14). It seems to me that the use of wine .. so many of our rituals may be juirement to commemorate rf wine at the sacrifices. ..,. :t WM so used torn^ truism in everyday lifeWine like anything else in nature has its good uses and bad uses The Palestinian Talmud sums up the situation by saying: ••There is he who drinks wine and it is good for him; and there is he who drinks wine and it is bad for him (Talmud Yerushalmi, Tractate Ma'aser Shorn, Chap. 4). Wine can either bring good or evil into the world depending upon how we use it. Many writers claim that we FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 use wine at our rituals to show that we perform and accept them in good spirit. The ideal in Jewish life is to serve and worship God in happiness and not merely by compulsion. The use of wine in this sense may be a forerunner of the modern custom of "offer, ing a toast" at some happy occasion. It is just that Jews should consider any mitzvoh "a happy occasion." KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD Adler Poultry Farm 853 Sunset Dr. S. Miami B. Adler B & B Kosher Market 804 S.W. 22nd Ave. Miami Bob Pearce Beach Food Center 1421 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Jack Pomerantz Blackstone Food Market 737 Washington Ave. Miami Beach I. Lobel Coral Way Kosher Mkt. 1741 Coral Way Miami Sol Malter Community Food Centre 451 41st St. Miami Beach Jerry Deutch Dade Kosher Market 153 N.W. 5th St. Miami H. Zaidman Benjamin Deutch 540 Washington Ave. Miami Beach and "oultrv Industrv of South Florida Extend Greetings to the Jewish Community on the approaching New Year band together unitedly with a single purposepieag serve. The kosher butchers of this area, now united together under ^ iv, Guild feel proud of their progress in raising t ZttZESiS* industry. Under the GuUd £ wm continue to march forward for greater progress m servtng you—OUR PUBLIC. All Kosher Meat and Poultry Markets will be open Sundays be ginning SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3rd and throughout the season thereafter Members of the KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD Fla. National Kosher Provision Co. 230 N.W. 5th St. Miami Weiner and Seigel Harry's Food Market 732 6th St. Miami Beach H. Kaminski Hoffman's Kosher Meat Products 415 Espanola Way Miami Beach Joe Hoffman Ideal Live Poultry Corp. 151 N.W. 5th St. Miami H. Elgison Lapof & Gutman 327 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Lebowitz's Kosher Market 78 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Ben Kass Merlin's Mkt.—Meat 320 Collins Ave. Miami Beach M. Schwartz Merlin's Mkt.—Poultry 320 Collins Ave. Miami Beach S. Elgison Mel's Market (Food Center) 704 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Sam Sirlin Miami Kosher Meat & Poultry. Market 2011 S.W. 8th St. Miami Adler & Kleiber Normandy Kosher Mkt. Everglades Concourse Miami Beach H. Goldberg Perrill's Market 5104 S.W. 8th Street Miami Ben Perrill Penn Way Food Market 1447 Penn. Ave. Miami Beach Sam Melnick Quality Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 1961 S.W. 8th St. Miami A. Chiel Sam's Kosher Market United Kosher Market 322 S.W. 12th Ave. Miami Sam Litz Sam's Poultry Market 2011 S.W. 8th St. Miami Sam Breslaw Southwest Kosher Market 1007 S.W. 27th Ave. Miami Schenkman & Eisner Sullivan County Cut Rate Market 618 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Sol Kohlenberg Sunshine Kosher Market 436 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Willie Malter Trachtenberg's Kosher Food Market 1323 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Rothstein & Smargore 1553 S.W. 8th St. Miami Lou Katz Washington Ave. Food Center 1051 Washington Ave. Miami Beach S. Braslawsky White Rose Mkt.—Meat 87 Washington Ave. Miami Beach M. Heller White Rose Mkt.— Poultry 87 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Al Berman Whitman's Kosher Market 1325 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Whitman & Pores Wolder's Market 78 Collins Ave. Miami Beach I. Wolder Zion Food Center 1429 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Romer & Sussman '<



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A A iv^u L J. 11* I A A ~>^AJ V AAA V 77/ 5a v... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Recognition Of Israel The infant State of Israel ifl „, more than 4 months old. So Jr. ifi governments have accorded !SS.ttton: United States, on JjTv 8 14Guatemala, May 15; SU Union, May 17; Poland, Uruguay and Nicaragua, May 18; Sslovakia and Jugoslavia. Mav 19: South Afr,cs V ^T 24: Hunca'v. June 1; Finland. June Romania, June 12; Costa Rica, Panama, June 21; July 22; Paraguay. 11, Rom June 18: Venezuela AU (S£idering the above brings to min d the fable of the two Tuckets. The pessimistic bucket complains: "No matter how full "water I come up with I always go down empty. The J2^rejoins brightly: "No matter how empty I go down the well. I dways come up full." We could Sec in our triumph that 16 countries, containing about onehalf billion human beings have : n so short a time recognized the Jewish State. The less buoyant mav regard the picture dolefully. After the Nazi gas chambers, the nat.ons still deny the Jew a haven of refuge in a world of closed frontiers. British Opposition A breakdown will show that no state within the British League of Nations, except South Africa. has recognized Israel. Yet countries like N< w Zealand, Australia and Canada have a reputation for liberalism. Their delegates even spoke up for the Jews at the U. N. debates, before and after partition. The recognition of Israel by the former Boers may have been a spite act. These antiSemitic Africanders seem to have a far stronger hatred for England than for the Jews. The rest of the tottering British Union, the professing friendshio for Israel, hesitate to show disrespect for the wishes of the mother country So Bevin, the longshoreman, and Atlee. the pedant, are able to rub their hands gleefully; the dwindling Empire is backing them up. Moslem Fanaticism Of course, no one would expect a decent, sensible attitude from any Mohammendan land. They are too deeply sunk in ignorant e. ulth. disease and bigotry. They understand but one argument: force. They still dream of a valor they were reputed to have possessed 1,000 years ago. But the Israelis are able to demonstrate a valor thev possessed 2.000 years ago. Thus 250.000.000 Moslems are looking on with consternation at the Arab defeat by a handful of refugee Jew-. The Arab League of reactionary exploiters are encouraged to talk but Britain makes decisions for them. The decadent Moslems need a master. Five years ago. the Mufti groveled at the feet of Hitler. Mussolini the Bum, be came the Grand Protector of Islam. Europe's Indifference We can only marvel at the callousness of European governments outside of the Soviet sphere. (Russia and her satellites -ame through handsomely.) One would think people who witnessed or tasted Nazi torture would understand the plight of the Jewish DP's. France, of course, stretched out her neck pretty far when it voted for partition; after all she has 30,000.000 Mohammedans in her wobbly empire. Italy would be friendly; but her people are afraid to breathe until her former. African colonies are restored. The rest of the European bloc, terror stricken at the prospect of World War III, are leaning on the broken reed: Britain. Catholic Doctrine What about Eire, Spain, Portugal, and the South American Republics? Here we run into Catholic doctrine. The early church, in need of prestige, set up its claim as successor to Israel in God's favor. The Fathers held that the Sceptre of Judah landed on the throne of the Popes. Conis a political bargain. After all, what can be expected of Pandet Neru, heir to the Bramin caste tradition that deny human rights to 75,000,000 Untouchables Can he get excited over injustice to a comparative handful of Jews. Same holds true of Chiang KaiShek, whom General Stillwell calls the Peanut. State Department Chicanery But the baffling puzzle is the "neutral" position taken by Cuba, Haiti, Liberia, San Domingo, et al. These dependencies, buzzing like moths about the U. S. orb, would hardly venture to counter American policy without singeing their wings. Possibly they know the wishes of James Forrestal and Loy Henderson. Perhaps the striped pants career boys in the State Department have already appealed to their strong sense of self interest. Or has the ArabianAmerican Oil Co. taken a tip from the Arab League in handing out bakshish? Considering the mighty pull against it, the miracle looms greater and greater, how Israel was ever permitted to become r. state. AMSTERDAM, (JTA) — Chief Rabbi Tobias Tal last week represented the Dutch Jewish community at the coronation ceremony of Queen Juliana, who succeeds to the Netherlands throne following the abdication of her mother, Wilhelmina. 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PAGE FOUR rJewlstncrMlati FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, • EDITORIAL Count Bernadotte The paths of history are strewn with political assassinations. The dagger, knife and gun have never been relegated to the attic by political fanatics in strife-torn lands. In times of political confusion it has never been possible to keep the crunk and the crazed from adding to the turmoil. That this pattern has emerged in Palestine with the assassination of Count Folke Bernadotte is regrettable. And yet. historically speaking, it was in a sense inevitable. When nerves are taut and tension high in a land it can hardly be expected of all people to retain level heads. The fanatic, even when identified, cannot be kept in chains merely because it is suspected that he may some day erupt true to form. We appreciate the mounting wave of resentment over the slaying of the U.N. Mediator. No one in his right senses could have committed such a horrible crime. There is no justification for the murder. It cannot be condoned even if it were assumed that the killers believed they were motivated by high patriotism. It certainly cannot be forgiven in the light of the fact that the bullets which killed Count Bernadotte were aimed as much against the heart of Israel. The bullets which rubbed out the life of Count Bernadotte have brought grief and tragedy not only to his family but to Israel, its people and to Jews everywhere. We Jews, in our peregrinations through the centuries, never abandoned the Biblical prescription against killing. The weapon of death has never been our weapon. The men who killed Count Bernadotte are simple murderers who will pay with the supreme penalty when apprehended and brought to trial Any attempt to impute guilt to the state of Israel Brush the little man away. Uncle collectively for the crimes of individuals, as was done by Dr. Ralph Bunche when he said "Israel must assume full responsibility" for the assassination, is contrary to decency and to the very basic principles of justice. It is a concept which should at least be alien to an American. Bernadotte's death will become a real tragedy if it is transformed into an excuse for giving aid and confort to Israel's enemies everywhere. Jewish Education The proclamation of a Jewish Education Month by the American Association for J ew J! Education again focuses attention on one of the most neglected phases in Jewish life in American-Jewish education. There was a time in Jewish life w h en there was no need for reminding parents ol their basic obligations. Learning was a Jewish tradition from which few deviated willingly Craving for knowledge was instilled in the Jewish child in the cradle. We were put to sleep with a lullaby extolling the virtues of the Torah and Jewishness. Those days, unfortunately, are no more Surrounding patterns have taken their roll. To day our struggle is for survival rather than fulfillment. It is a sad, very sad, state of affairs when Jews must be reminded of the need of educating their young through the means of an "Education Month." But the sad fact staring us in the face is—only twenty-five percent of the Jewish children in the United States are receiving a Jewish education. The rest represent a lost generation. We are not unaware of the almost insurmountable problems facing the Jewish educator in the United Statas. With the exception oi the large cities, Jewish communal life is spread thinly through the land. Small Jewish communities cannot build adequate schools nor secure topnotch teachers. The time consumed by our children in the public schools makes it virtually impossible to plan Jewish education on an adequate basis unless, of course, we think in terms of full day schools. And yet, it seems there is no reason—not even the plague of indifference—why seventyfive percent of our children should not be receiving any Jewish education at all. It just makes no sense. How The DP Law Came Into Being By MARTHA STARR WASHINGTON—This year saw the passaqe of a displaced persons bill to admit a certain number of war's unfortunate victims to the United States. It climaxed well over two years effort by sponsors of such legislation to loosen this country's immigration barriers by even a tiny crack in order that the DP's might enter to find permanent* homes. As the year opened one tries had been annexed by a forCongressional Committee was alejgn power, specifically the Baits. ,. No person was welcome unlless he ready in Europe studying condihe was assurod of a hom£ andd a tions in the displaced persons without displacing an American.; committee that the mischief was camps and another was soon to leave. A subcommittee and H. Alexander Smith of New Jersey succeeded in raising the figure to 200,000. But other amendments failed such as the one to change the date and another that would have inserted a provision similar to one in the Fellows bill to admit displaced persons in relation to the proportion in IRO camps. The Senate finally passed the bill on June 2. The House adopted the Fellows bill with but minor changes on June 11. But it was in the conference of the House Foreign Affairs committee headed by Congressman James G. Fulton, Pennsylvania Democrat, left in the late summer and returned in November for the special session called by President Truman. A group of Senators left in the early fall to study the problem in line with a Senate resolution passed in July, authorizing a two-fold investigation of the displaced person problem and the general immigration picture. Extensive hearings had been held in the spring on the Stratton bill that would have admitted 400,000 displaced persons over a period of four years. Many leading Americans and government officials had strongly urged that it be passed during the next session of Congress. But as the fall lengthened into winter without a move to get Congressional action on the measure, in fact without even a committee vote on it, it soon became apparent that the bill was dead and that a new one would have to be prepared. By March not one but two new bills had been prepared. On March 1 the Senate Pisplaced Persons Subcommittee, headed by Senator Chapman Revercomb, reported favorably on a bill to admit 100,000 displaced persons over a period of two years. The bill was honeycombed with restrictions, however. Only displaced persons who had been in camps in the American zones of Germany, Austria, or Italy before Dec. 22, 1945 were eligible. A 50 percent priority was given Within the next few weeks at J done. Eligibility was to be deleast 20 amendments to the bill j teimined by the Dec. 22, 1945 were introduced. Finally Demo-1 date, thereby cutting off many cratic Senators J. Howard Mr-j hundreds of thousands of Jewish Grath of Rhode Island and Carl; DP's who fled to the camps after Hatch of New Mexico embodied that date. The provision to mortthe changes in one substitute bill, ga g e quotas remain, and a 30 peramendment. They asked that the \ ten t priority for Baits and a 40 number admissible be raised to percent priority for agricultural200,000, that the priorities for agriculturists and Baits be abolished and that the "cut-off" date be j changed to April 21, 1947. The changes they sought would have made the bill very similar to one that had been drawn up in the meantime by Congressman Frank Fellows, chairman of thp House Immigration Subcommil tee. The Fellows bill called for the admission of 200,000 over a 2 year period, set the cut-off date at April 21, 1947, required certification by state authorities that each DP would be assured of a job and a home, and established priorities for categories of workers badly needed in this country. Whereas the Senate bill called for the creation of a 3-man commission to set policy for the program, the Fellows bill provided for a single coordinator to expedite the whole program. The most objectionaable feature in the Fellows bill, and one that the Senate bill had escaped, was a provision to "mortgage" the quotas used in the displaced persons program against the future quotas of their home countries. This provision was bitterly fought by Rep. Emanuel Celler and others from the beginning because they realized that it would tie up quotas for from 10 to over! 100 years in some cases. After many delays the Senate' took up the Senate bill on May 20. A vigorous fight by several to agricultural workers and to dis[ Republican Senators led by Senaplaced persons whose home coun-jtois Homer Ferguson of Michigan ists was left in. Actually, the worst features of both the Senate and the House bill remained in t..e final version. Despite any denunciations of the bill from members of Congress, from public leaders and in vitriolic editorials, the bill Dassed the House on June 18 and the Senate on June 19, the closing day of the session. Seven days late President Truman announced that "with very great reluctance" he had signed the bill. If the Congress was still in session, he said, he would have vetoed it and sent it back to Congress for revision. With the calling of the special session on July 26, President Truman had an opportunity to send the bill back to Congress for the elimination of the discriminatory features such as the cut-off date and the mortgaging quota provision In the meantime the GERMANY—Babies like these, pictured at the Joint Distribution Committee's maternity center in Camp Fahrenwald, Germany, are the youngest of Europe's Jewish DP's. With the Jewiih DP birthrate one of the highest in the world. JDC must provide vast quantities of medical supplies, special garments and extra rations for these infants. Part of the agency's worldwide relief, reconstruction and resettlement programs, JDC's Fahrenwald DP maternity center is supported wth funds contributed through the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal. program gaaanami ~TTTT Please Note: Due to Rosh Hashona. to insure insertion of all material intended for publication in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN Copy must be in our office not later than MONDAY, 5 P.M. ——— Accepts Ultimatum (Continued from Page 1) people are being arrested and our offices are being closed." A confession of responsibility for the assassinations was sent to all foreign consulates in Jeruhad been held up awaiting the appointment of the three man commission to administer the program. On August 2 he named Ugo Carusi, former Immigration and Naturalization Commissioner, Edward M. O'Connor, with 15 years experience in welfare work with the National Catholic Welfare Conference, and Harry N. Rosenfield, delegates to the TJN Economic and Social Council Conference in Geneva and an assistant to Federal Security Administrator Oscar Ewing. to fill the three posts. And on the same day President Truman called upon Congress to add $2,000,000 to the initial $2,000,000 already set aside by the Congress for the first year's operation of the program. And so, three years and several months after the war ended in Europe a number of its unfor tunate victims were en route to new homes in America where they could forget the misery of pogroms and concentration camps and begin to remake their lives. salem by a group which signed itself "Hazith Hamoledeth Fatherland Front." The government asserts that this is a splinter group of the Sternist movement, but a Sternist source insisted that "we never heard of it." !" e Fatherland Front note said: "Wf killed Bernadotte I ecause M worked for the British and carried out their orders." vJewisiirtciridiar] Published every Friday Sy.nUicate. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 • Jmist) ncridfiar? Congressman Accuses State Dept. Of Defying Truman's Aid To Israel There are certain elements in the State Department defying President Truman's promise to help thr State of Israel and are trying to force Israel to its knees bv prolongation of the truce, Congressman Andrew L. Somers, Brooklyn Democrat, told the press on his return from Palestine ..this week. He spent two weeks in the jlolyland on a visit of observation and was under fire. -The truce is a serious drain on Israel resources and it is my opinion that Israel faces economic ruin unless a permanent peace is established or the war fought out to a definite conclusion," Congressman Somers declared. "In anv case. I consider an immediate loan of not $100,000,000 but of $300,000,000 of vital importance. A formally established democratic Israel is the only sure safeguard of American interests in the Middle East. I do not know why this is not recognized by our State department officials who continue to support instead British Imperial policy of preventing the Hebrews from raising the living standard of the Arabs in the Middle East." Congressman Somers, a Christian of Irish decent, has long shown a keen interest in Palestire and the Hebrew people. In 1941 he introduced a resolution in Congress urging the creation of a Jewish army of Stateless and Palestinian Jews to fight on the side of the Allies. He was on an emergency committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe and is o co-chairman of the American League for a Free Palestine. tints In Colorado Holds Services Joseph Culligan of Miami, a patient at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Sanatorium in Spivak. Colo., writes Miamians that the Jewish patients there plan to observe the New Year holidays in their own synagogue. Appealing to his fellow townspeople for support to the JCRS, which has cared for 9.000 patients sir.ee its founding in 1904, Mr I Culligan said, "I would like to ] take this opportunity to express I my appreciation to you for the I kind treatment I have received Iat the JCRS in Spivak" The JCRS. non-sectarian, free [institution for the care of nei Ituberculars. is conducting its anjnual Rosh Hahasona appeal for [maintenance of patients from all I parts of the U.S. and several %  foreign countries. Von Is the Time to get "A \ation Is Horn" Hear ISRAEL'S first President, Dr. Chaim Weizmann; Moshe Shertok, ISRAEL'S first Foreign Minister; David BenGunon, Rabbi Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, and other actual voices of Jewish and world leaders. Stirring narration rounds out this de luxe album of 3 fullsize records (6 sides) commemorating the historic United Nations vote for a Jewish J>te and other events leading its establishment after centuries of exile. | EVERY HOME NEEDS THIS RECORD ALBUM1 Only T Postpaid S ^ND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TODAY |K KEILSOH COMPANY 17 W. 46lh St. New York 19. N. Y. Greenfield Rites Held on Thursday Services were held yesterday at Temple Israel for Charles Greenfield, 63, pioneer Miami business man who passed away in Atlantic City Saturday. He was one of the founders of the Maxwell Co., Inc., with headquarters at 1035 N. Miami Ave., and was chairman of the board of directors. Besides his wife, Mrs. Lillian V. Greenfield, he is survived b


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t I 4 1 PAGE SIX Our Film Folk HOLLYWOOD-"01iver Twist." | Irene often accompanied her J Arthur Rank's Mmization of father to New York to seek bookie A Char.ef Dickens' novel, i. U and fluently won to h film has been charged in some David O. Selznick. Irene was requarters with having antij cen tly active in Coast Mm proSemitic overtones ar.d studio exduct j oni but always had a v< I ecutives are now searching for a legitimate theatrical recipe to send the picture to Amerbec me h „, icin screens without encouraging producer. Studios nave relfgioi discrimination. This is bid as high as $1,000,000 for rights in to film the stage play! • icn 6 iu^ v. -— the chief reason for the delay releasing the picture. The film company is approach( ir.g the question carefully with an attempt at a %  Oliver Twist" has a.. sevened for the Anti-Defamabetween $9,000,000 and S10.00U.tion League and it is understood 1 0 00 in fi i m rentals before s ow Ingnd Bergman's new picture careiuuv uuu | Joan of Arc," which RKO is' an open mind, releasing and which was pro< already been \ Walter Wang r, must the League has not condemned the film, being inclined to accept the issue of "authentic Dickens, but is seriously considering posssible impact on the America:-. public. Complaints against -Oliver center on the part of Fagin. Following closely to the original Cruikshank illustrations of the novel, the film's producers gave Fagin the long, ill-kempt beard and hooked nose of those skel Bv coincidence only, it is said, that very characterization was widely used by the Nazis in then film treatises of hate produced under Adolf Hitler. Wlule the novel refers to Fagin as a Jew. the film skirts actual mention of that point. Another blast at the picture for its "blatant anti-Semitism" was delivered this week by the New York Board of Rabbis in a cable to Eric Johnston, head of Hollywood's motion picture producer association. The Rabbis asked Johnston to do everything possible to keep the film off the screens here because the "vilhanous Fagin as a central figure is a horrid sterotype, certain to stir up in the public mind hatred and prejudice." Showing of this film "in one American theatre will undo all the splendid work ol such American films us "Gentleman's Agreement" and "Crossfire," they said. • Irene M. Selznick. who hai clicked as a manager with hei first gold-plated Broadway presentation, "A Streetcar Named Desire." which opened to terrific raves in December of last year, is no newcomer to the theatre. She became intsrested in show business as a youngster in Haver hill, Mass. Her father, Louis B Mayer, operated a theatre thert which played touring shows. That was long before he entered the motion picture field to become head of Metro-Goldwyn-Muyei a profit! Only four pictun -Birth of a Nation." "Gone with the Wind," "Best Years of Our Lives," and "Duel in the Sun .. earned that much • • In line with the new trend toward films tor television. Eddie Cantor revealed plan.over the weekend to tee off his own telefilm production in t i %  • lut u.v. According to Ed efits con edians in using film many, including the advantagi of being better ab!, to time gags, L Jack Benny, meanwhile, is also thinking of going into telefi the same reas< m? production for as Cantor. • • MGM's cash settlement with executive producer Sam Katz Is SI 000.000. For this the producer, who had several more years to go on his contract, waives the retirement income. The company had sent out an elaborate story about Katz returning to theatre operation, but it's an open sescret that other important metro studio letouts impend. These are peoplein the same S3.000-S5.000 per week class as Katz. ItaiianlrrLeave Country At Fast Rate For Israel ROME. (JTA)-Jewish leaders this week reported here that since early last month the legal emigration of displaced Jews from Italy to Israel ha* been increasing "at a terrific rate. It is now expected that some 18,000 refuwill have been cleared out ,1 DP camps, training centers and residences in the major Italian cities within another month, they said. Before the mass migration to Israel began, there were an estimated 12.000 Jews in DP camps. 8.000 in training centers and 5,000 living in the cities. By the end of S< ptember or the beginning of October it is hoped to reduce that total to 3.000 in the camps all with destinations other than 1—4.000 in the cities and !( veral hundred in the centers. At present the training centers are being used for transients only and are being closed up one by one. The atmosphere in the camps is one of intense excitement. The immigrants have prepared their few belongings weeks in advance of their actual movement. They have purchased some things which they believe they will need in Israel and have sold bulky or unnecessary property which they have acquired during their stay in Italy. The I.R.O., which makes no attempt to interfere with the movement of the displaced Jews. does not provide them with a new set of clothing and a blanket such as are given to immigrants transported by the I.R.O. to Canada. Latin America and elsewhere. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBE R 24. 1948 Perry Botwin Leads Youth Program Committe program of National Youth MOHK throughout the area. Rlh MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 +Jewisti noridUan PAGE SEVEN Dr. Goldstein, Jewish Agency Treasurer Returns From Israel; Says Truce Is Strain NEW YORK— Dr. Israel Goldstein, newly elected treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, who returned here last Saturday by air from Israel, described the current truce in the Jewish State as a "terrible strain upon the economy of the country since it keeps large numbers of men and women mobilized for war but immobilized needed and can find in Israel a from industry and agriculture." At the same time Dr. Goldstein, who is also national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, declared that the government of Israel "looks to the United States government for economic aid in the form of an immediate loan enabling the government of Israel to undertake constructive projects for expanding the economic absorptive capacity of the country." (Informed of the assasination of County Folke Bernadotte and his French aide Col. Andre Serot, Dr. Goldstein expressed extreme shock and labeled it a "horrible crime." He added that "Jews and non-Jews join in condemning it unsparingly and in hoping that such unspeakable acts will not be repeated"). More than 40,000 Jews have entered Israel since it was established, Dr. Goldstein disclosed, adding that Jewish migrants to Israel are coming in at the rate of 10,000 a month, six times the amount permitted by the British Mandatory regime. He emphasized that "American Jewry will have to provide the major portion of the necessary funds" for the rehabilitation and resettlement program and said that "the job of managing this huge program is the responsibility of the Jewish Agency for Palestine.'" The Jewish Agency treasurer declared that "Israel is willing to carry its share of the burden which is a heavy one because an immigration of 120,000 a year imposed upon a total population of 750,000 is the equivalent of an immigration of 20,000,000 into the United States in one year." Regarding Israel's opportunities for the investment of private capital, Dr. Goldstein described it as a rapidly growing country with a prospective population increase of 15 to 20 percent a year by immigration alone. He disclosed that "the most immediate and most acute need is housing" has succeeded now Finance worthwhile field. Dr. Goldstein Eliezer Kaplan, Minister of Israel, as the treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and, in a few weeks, will return to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to assume the duties of his new office for the coming year. In this country, as national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, he is also co-chairman of the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign which helps to finance the world-wide program of relief, rehabilitation and resettlement of displaced Jews. Lipsiiv Head* Delegation To U.N. Assembly NEW YORK—The American Jewish Conference will be represented at the third regular session of the General Assembly of the United Nations by a fourman delegation headed by Louis Lipsky of New York, chairman of its executive committee. Other members of the delegation are Col. Bernard Bernstein, Miss Jane Evans, and Maurice Bisgyer, who is already in Paris, delegation will act The as Hebrew Academy PTA Holds First Meeting The Parent-Teachers association of the Hebrew Academy is inviting the parents of its students to attend the first general meeting of the P-TA to be held Tuesday, spokesman for the 62 national organizations affiliated with the conference and will continue at this session of the Assembly the program which was carried on at previous sessions. It will endeavor to establish, as it did at the conference of Paris, which considered the peace treaties with former Axis satellites, a united Jewish front. The delegation will concern itself with giving such aid and assistance to the government of Israel as may be called for by the situation in the effort of the government of Israel to secure at this session the fulfillment of the UN Y Teen-Agers To Sponsor Disc Jockey Organization Dick Stern, local radio personality, spoke at the Teen Age Night Bt the Miami Beach YM & YWHA, Wednesday night, Sept. 15, on "The Art of Being a Disc Jockey and Master of Ceremonies." He gave the 100 teen-agers valuable suggestions and techniques for the use of the microphone. As a result of the program, a Disc Jockey club is being formed at the Y which will meet every Wednesday at 9 p.m., which Mr. Stern has promised to assist. The group is interested in sponsoring its own dances every Saturday night under the supervision of the Y staff. : tion of an international bill of human rights and the adoption of a convention on genocide. nrennes —at popular prices. Style and quality that will surprise you. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jmlst)ncridHan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 I Personally Speaking Rabbi Shapiro Unites Spectors ^ ^ Mrg Edward Merlin have moved into their new Miss Ann Cavalier, daughter of Q Q MiQmi Ave Mr. and Mrs. J. Cavalier. 6828, !" me S. Waterway Dr.. Miami, became Qhelborne hotel are Mr. and Mrs. rSftMSWSffi; W i m H or£oT n N 5 ewVo h £5R£ S -*o, m a„ y held at the home of the groom's song hits in collaboration with Frank Loesser. parents. Mr. ard Mrs. S. J. Spec* •* tor, 1824 Briekell Ave. Rabbi, Dr Qnd ^ Samue l Aronovitz, 3922 Garden Ave., have Max Shapiro officiated ; i eturned from the north. They left with their, daughter and sonJEsSd* EnTon VS5 ---law. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kent, who have remained m N. Y. Spector home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J ^„„, Spector. brother and sister-inDr and Mrs. George Graham and son have returned trom law of the groom attended the visiting friends and relatives in New York, Baltimore and bt. couple. „ .....'Petersburg, Fla. Mr and Mrs. Harry Gordon left yesterday to attend the :ist annual convention of the Jewish Funeral Directors of Amer:cc in Chicago this weekend. Mrs. Spector attended school* ... New Jersey, while herhus^ Qnd ^ frg s amue i Bossak and daughter. Sandra, of 3894 Senior'' Hi|rTschcS. He" served N.W. 2nd Terr, recently returned from vacationing in Tenmar. for three years with the Arrr.\ Pennsylvania. Engineers during the W r n ... the ^ of A family dinner in the Specto-garden house followed the ceremony. The couple will fly I Cuba and wil tour the state this week. in now associated with his ". Spector and Sons, builders Miami Hadassah Opens Season a Dr. Selinsky Reports On London Congress The world's "slum children" will become the world's acute mental health problem, Dr. Herman Selinsky told a group meeting last week in Unitarian House on Briekell Ave. This marked Dr. Selinsky's second public address since his recent return from the International Congress on Mental Health held in London. The millions of displaced children growing up in attitudes of groat insecurity may be urged to express their protest in violent action and anti-social conduct, he warned. Present programs for handling their problems are inadequate because of lack of funds. he pointed out. Affirmed, however, at the London sessions was the resolution to establish a World Federation of Mental Health. Contained in its fiamework will be subdivisions built in every country whose function will be the promotion of better group relations. Mainly through good group relations, Dr The Miami grouj ; H will hold its • the year Monday. Sepl 27 1:30 p.m. at the Miami YMHA Winner of the 1945 Marian Anderson award in Philadelphia Mr and Mrs. Abe Berkowitz announce iauahter Arline Linda on Sectember 15. %  v M -..._ Rodenbera daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodenber" :: Miami Beach returned this week after having Selinsky "said,"can hostilities and J.'.rj--. \ ; ^ :i: ; r .; at Syracuse university and vacationnational resentments be conquered, along with the "three horsemen" riding today—ignorance, superstitution, and fanaticism. Miami physicians attending the Thursday meeting included Dr. S. Gertman and Dr. Reuben Roch kind. .::J •ft returned this week after visiting her Zati in Philadelphia. She also visited Atlantic City. •ft -ft -ft Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz and family, Morton and Miss Leatrice Fay Drazin. color-1 Atlin# re turned recently from vacationing in Cleveland and tura soprano, will hiehlight the T ndianapohs. -ft -ft -ft Mrs. Sylvia Weissberger of New York is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Neuman and their daughter, Judith. They live at CO S.W. 52nd Ave. Martin Rabinowitz Weds Philadclphian Miss Henrietta Robbins of Philadelphia will become the bride of Martin Rabinowitz of Miami in Philadelphia, Sept. 28. at the Warwick hotel. Rabbi Mortimer Cohen will officiate. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robbins, attended schools in Philadelphia. Mr. Rabinowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz of 2373 S.W. 16th Terr., will be attended by his brother Morton Perry. He attended schools in Philadelphia and served in the Army Medical corps four years. Following a reception, the couple will honeymoon in Bermuda, after which they will make their home in Miami. Miamians attending the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rabinowitz. the groom's aunt and uncle, and Dr. Arthur Rose. program. be Mrs. musical portion of ti>e Her accompanist will Irving Genet. Urder the direction of Mrs. Sol Rovin. the organization's dramatic group will present a nlav entitled. "The First 100 Members Are the Hardest." The east includes Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, Mrs. Jack Fisbman. Mrs. Lionel Silverman. Mrs. Nat Davidow, Mrs. Harry Laufer. Mrs. David Hess ard Mrs. Louis Sternchcin. In urcing new members to join. Hadassah emphasizes the great task it has in aiding its agencies in the new State of Israel. Among them arc Hadassah's medical organization, its child welfare and youth aliyah program, its national fund purchases of land, and it! reforestation project. Mrs. J. H. Weitzner was hostess at a get-acquainted party for new members at her home, 1945 S.W. 22nd Ave.. yesterday. The guests met. formally with the officers and were entertained with a review of "Blessed Is the Match" presented by Mrs. Bernard Levitin 11 ll.iol.-iNs.il i 8n'\v Names fll airmen Toby Cooper, president of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior '' dassah, anounced that th folowing chairmen will servo during the coming year: Membership, Beverly Raphae' and Phoebe Koondel: fund-raising, Roslyn Worth Soltz: youns Judea. Selma Lewis; organization, Florence Hildebrandt: publicity. Rhoda Cairiin: telephone, Annette Mclish: Jewish National Fund, Harriet Seigel; Youth Aliyah. J?: ice Goldinger: American affairs, Naomi Segal; political affairs, Libby Hochman; education. Muriel Rooff: program. Mania Levin; hospitality Natalie Samuels; correspondence, Roslyn Elbaum: Kol Aliyah, Marian Herman; and bul'et'n, Kaylee Raffel Mrs. Roslyn W. Soltz. .vice president in charge of fund-raising, announced that p.'ais ire. being form .dated to celebrnte the Jewish New Year by a "Holiday Hop" d?nce on Saturday, October 0 at the Raleigh hotel Cuban, Chicagoan Married Here Miami Beach provided the set-1 couple left for a tour of the eastting for the wedding of Missjern states after which they will Susana Ojalvo y Assco of Guantanamo, Cuba and Morris Blcckman of Chicago, 111., who were married by Rabbi Moses Mescrelotf at the Rabbi's home, Sept. 12. Cantor Louis Feder assisted. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vitali Ojalvo, was attended by her sisters, Miss Louisa Ojalvo y Asseo, maid of honor, and Mrs. James E. Guilory, matron of honor. Mrs. K. Schaechter, the bride's aunt, was also in the bridal party. She and her son, Joseph, came here from Istanbul, Turkey, for the wedding. The groom, the son of Mrs. Joseph Bleckman, was attended by Edwin McPherson of Boston. Mrs. Bleckman is a graduate of the University of Havana optemetry school. Her husband served four years in the Navy during the war. Following a reception, the Mrs. Glickman Presides At Congress Meeting Mrs. Leonard Glickman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter, American Jewish Congress, Flor ida Women's Division, has called the first meeting of the board of directors to be held on Monday at 1 o'clock at the Vanderbilt hotel. Program planning for the make their home in Chicago I "*** season wiU be n the where Mr. Bleckman is in business. Tampa Engagement Of Local Interest Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peretzman, 807 E. Pal mAve., Tampa, Fla., announce the engagement of their daughter Helen to Robert William Schulman of Atlanta, Ga., the son of Mrs. Mollie B. Schulman. Miss Peretzman is the neice of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of Miami Beach and Mrs. Lottie Gershon of Miami. A native of Tampa, the bride-elect was graduated from Hillsborough High school and later attended Tampa Business university. She is a member of Junior Hadassah and Junior Council. Starlight" Dance Held By Emanons The Emanon club will sponsor a "Starlight" dance at the Miami YMHA, Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9 T m. Leo Fisk and his five-piece orchestra will play for the dancirg in the auditorium and outside patio. The highlight of the evening will be a rhumba contest judged by local dance instructors. Irving Marcus, dance committee chairman, announces that tickets will be 65 cents for members and $1.00 for other guests Beth Sholom Sisterhood Sponsors Games Party The Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will hold a games party on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Shelborne hotel, according to Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, president. Mrs Abe Blatt is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Louis Stoff, co-chairman. Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Lester Korshak will be in charge of refreshments and ticket sales will be handled by Mrs. Alex Robbins. All proceeds will be used for the religious school. Amvets Active In Juvenile Work The AMVETS, Robert Richter Post No. 11, will hear an address by Miss Lois Parks, assistant director of Social Agencies, at a meeting on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in the Post headquarters, 237 5th St. Miss Parks will speak on "The Veterans and Citizens Part in Curbing Juvenile Delinquency." The AMVETS, at the invitation of Mayor Marcie Liberman, member r,f the Mayors Steering Committee, are holding the meeting as one of their steps towards the juvenile delinquency program in the Greater Miami area. Girls, 18-25, Invited To Jr. Hadassah Tea Girls between the ages of 18 and 25 are invited to attend the Orchid Tea which the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold on Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Robert Richter hotel. This will be the first of a series of teas planned by the group to enroll new member<; Beverly Raphael and Phoebe Koondel are in charge of the affair, assisted by Roslyn Elbaum, correspondence commitno: Natalie Samuels, hospitality: Marcia Levin, program; and Rhoda Caidin, publicity. Refresh. iris will be served following a program of entertainment Moss liar Mitzvah Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Moss, 2024 S.W. 20th St., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow the services. Alvin is a student at Shenandoah Jr. High school. Correction The caption appearing under the picture of Miss Rita Solomon as "Mrs Sam LeVine" in last week's Floridian was in error. No date has been set for the wedding of Miss Solomon to Mr. LeVine, whose engagement was announced at the Raleigh hotel on September 9. Yiddish Movie Scheduled The Golden age club of the Miami Y will sponsor a Yiddish movie, "The Jewish Melody," Monday night at 8:15, announces Jules Samuels, activities director. Registration For Hebrew Registration for Hebrew courses at the University of Miami will take place September 28, 29, 30 and October 1 at the Administration Building from 7 to 9 p.m. Room for rent in lovely home for one or two adults. Near busses, shopping and restaurants. Reasonable. 2256 S.W. 5th Street PHONE 4-5367 or 2-9528 Rev. Philip Fried Expert Certified Mohel Graduate of Philadelphia Jewish Hospital Practiced in Atlantic City— Atlanta—Miami Phone 58-9841 — 58-9851 urdine's Sans/uxc lasAaxu PAN-STIK Max Factor's new MAKE-UP STICK $ 1.50 Plus Tax as Cream-type make-up easy and quick to use as your lpstick! So different from anvthing you have ever used before! Never becomes greasy, streaky or shiny. Choice of five Max Factor color-harmony shades • • and two new suntan shades. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 *Jenisti fhridttain PAGE NINE ITALY—Healthy babies like the sturdy tot above are the concern of the well-baby clinic established at Castel Gondolfo (near Rome) by lhe Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed Jews abroad. DP mothers living in nearby camps and centers bring their babies to this clinic for the finest in infant care. The baby clinic at Castel Gondolfo is part of JDC vast relief, resettlement and reconstruction program for Europe's Jewish survivors. JDC funds are provided through the $200,000,000 United Jewish Appeal. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA High Rising Costs Discussed At Y "How Can the Consumer Combat Rising Prices?" was the topic of a discussion held last night at the Miami Beach Y, with Harry Zuckernick, attorney, acting as moderator. Speakers were a housewife, a business man, a labor leader, a university professor, end a consumer educator. I SIIO\0 TOV All CARDS A Beautiful Selection of New Year Cards at YOUR HANDY 5 & 10 1406 S. W. 6th Street WE ALSO CARRY CANDLESTICKS MRS. LEVIN MRS. ALBER Rabbi Moses Meschelotf Hfesehelol I One of Kashruth Heads Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, has been appointed to the ten-man National Kashruth Commission of the Rabbinical Council of America for the Ihird consecutive year. He has also been appointed to the Committee on Regions, which is arranging for annual regional conferences for the strengthening of traditional Judaism and its organization under the Orthodox Union. The National Kashruth Com.mission studies and passes upon the religious dietary permissibility of all kosher products offered for sale in this country, anc' sanctions the use of the "U" insignia of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. It also arranges for the supervision of all plants producing these food products. 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The youngsters, who stayed with Swiss Jewish families or in children's homes, returned heavier in weight, healthier and happier, reported their parents. JDC, which organized the children's Swiss holiday, helps provide for the welfare and care of 140,000 European Jewish boys and girls. Tagrin Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Esther Tagrin, late wife of Ned Tagrin, will be held Friday, Oct. 1, at Mt. Nebo cemetery at 11 a.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate under the direction of Gordon Monument Co. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. If your child needs PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN HEBREW CALL 58-6367 Between 4 and 7 p.m. Experienced teacher Best methods used Good progress assured REGISTER NOW n \\ \ I II<:IMI :n SCHOOL ESTABLISHED 1934 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach COMPLETELY KOSHER KITCHENS KINDERGARTEN — ELEMENTARY — HIGH SCHOOL Principals MILTON RICHARD MANNHEIMER BA. University of Miami; LLB. Harvard; State of Fla. 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I. •• I •{ MGE TEN Capital Spotlight WASHINGTON Israel's intensifying efforts to secure diplorr.atic recognition from the nations of the world are being closely watched by diplomatic circles here, who find it easy tc follow the fledgling state's m v> In addition to these cultural: tures, Israeli have been con-j ting trade discussions all over; the world. Economic negotiations; have been launched in Denmark ar.d Scandinavia. It has been reported that Israel now occupies: SfEttraTJ*? s. PU. 2----reel's diplomatic activities elsewhere than in this country are starklv silhouetted when placea against the background of inactivity in Washington where Israel's de jure recognition is concerned. But while U.S. recognition .or Israel stultifies as campaigntiguies in and out of the Unite House weigh the political pros anc exports, due to visits to Prague by Ruben Burstin. political secretary of the Histadruth. and General David Shaltiel, of the Israeli Army. While the Israeli have stepped UD their intercourse with tr.e world, however, it has not been overlooked in Washington that the Arabs have been doing ington have been watching wax • %  to'spain^-citadel of France movements. Here are some they g-u p^ ^^ ^ ^ see: with the r.ot-so-tacit support of Latin American countries, for with m> n o ^ ^ example, are being toured by a several o g H ^^ ^ high Israeli government person%  w age He is Moises A. Toff, the Spam. new state's undersecretary for, Lebanon j s contemplating tr.e Foreign Affairs. Toff is a speestablishn -. e nt of an Arabic paper cialist on Latin American a.fairs. m Madnc j. \ 0 present the Arab and has been greeted a. sue. by viewpoint T he paper would be the foreign offices of the Spanishb: lingua i. The Lebanese emisspeakmg Republics of this hemitQ Spain t0 exp i 0 re this possphere. Their higr. officials have sj r litv to id Franco's newsmen m been meeting with Toff. The >' I Madrid that -Spain is the only have been talking about recognition of Israel, commercial and economic ties, cultural relations, and all the matters attendant on a new and friendly state's entrance into the world community. Although the Buenos Aires radio heavily publicized the visit of Toff to Argentina, few reports have appeared in the American press about the circulation through Pan-American states of Israeli emissaries. The warm reception given Toff in Paraguay was reported only sketchily, despite the swift recognition Paraguay then afforded Israel. Observers here believe they have a reason for this silent treatment of Israel's diplomatic pro. gress. If the American people knew the extent of this upsurge of friendship for Israel from other countries of the world — which upsurge is leaving the United States lagging back as far as Britain in this respect—they would increase pressure on the Administration to recognize the new state forthwith. And this might abort our State Department's attitude and schedule of just when it will follow suit. Another evidence of Israel s entry into world affairs has been reported from Rome. Washington has learned that the Italian government was pleased when Tel Aviv inaugurated Italian-language programs from Israel. The Rome radio recently lauded "this new link between Israel and Italy" and expressed its pleasure at the Tel Aviv radio's comment that "we shall never forget that the Italians saved the largest number of Jews during the Nazi persecutions." European country that offers tr.e Arab world an example of guarantees and sincerity. The cordiality between the Arab countries and Spain causes a daily growth of this exchange of love — and sympathy." Saudi Arabia has just exchanged notes with Franco which will lead to resumption of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Egypt, too. is being approached by Franco's diplomats who, according to the Cairo press, "are carrying out negotiations in Arab countries." These, it was added, "will probably end successfully," and the Arab League will have an anchor to the West in the form of Franco friendship. >Jenish fkridfci£_ Rabbi Heller Resign From ZOA Group Rabbi James G. Heller of Oncinnati. chairman of the Un.ted Jewish Appeal and former chairman of the UPA has resigned from the Zionist Organization of America and affiliated himself with the Labor Zionist Organiza;••;;• fA ,,r:c, Poale Zinn it !" announced today by the LZOA In a letter to Dr. Berl Frymer. executive secretary of the UUA. Rabbi Heller stated that he was %  d eeplv out of sympathy with the present policy of the ZOA. and declared his intention to join in unity with "the spirit of justice and of'idealism that characterizes the Histadrut." It was as a result of these feelings that Rabbi Heller left the ZOA to join the LZOAPoale Zion. A significant leader in American and Jewish life for many years, Rabbi Heller was chairman "of the Administrative Council of tr.e Zionist Organization, and member of its executive committee. He was a member of the committee which revised the Union Praver Book and Union Hymnal and the latter includes a considerable number of his own compositions. In his own community Rabbi Heller is rabbi of the Isaac M. Wise Temple. For four years he was a member of the Cincinnati Board of Education, an elective position. He was one of the founders, and for two years president of the Cincinnati Peace League. The LZOA-Poale Zion is the American counterpart of the government party in Israel, MAPAI. which numbers among its members David Ben Gurion, Premier. Baruch Zuckerman is president of the American organization. I Fraternity Presents I Ambulance For Israel Alpha Zeta Omega, national pharmaceutical fraternity, has presented a fully equipped army type ambulance for shipment to grael. Louis Gressel, of Cleveland, in presenting the ambulance to Hadassah, Women's Zionist organization of America, said that through this gift the phar. maceutical profession wanted to convey a concrete expression of their solidarity with the Jews of Israel. The machine will be -hipped on Saturday and will be used at St. Joseph's Convent, one of three emergency hospitals which Hadassah is now operating in Jerusalem. FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER .24, \ SOLAR WATER SERVICP REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN MIAMI'S OLDEsf FURNITURE MOVERS A B C EXTERMINATING COMPANY TERMITE CONTROL SPECIALISTS Free inspection and estimates 5 year guarantee PHONE: 78-6815 7664 N.W. 17th PL Miami, Fla. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 I WANT MY MILK 111 Taste Will Convince You, Too! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Kosher Canned Chicktc Fricassee is tops In quality, outstanding in flavor. 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FRI DAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1948 Jcni§ti fhoridiain PAGE ELEVEN Off the Record %  5S55i to' official Washington informs us that President Truman's Rosh Hashonah mes„" ,o the Jews of America will make no reference to the state 3 Tm-ael the greatest historic fact t jc^'h history in the past 2,000 vests • The President has evid< nt'ly been ill advised .. His omission of reference to that historic fact will become even more elaring by comparison with what Governor Dewey plans to say about the rise of the Jewish state in his Rosh Hashonah greeting. BUILDING THE PEACE ... As far as the State Department is concerned Israel does not seem to exist even though it has received de facto recognition from the President of the U.S. A recent pamphlet published by the State Department lists the various states and countries in the Near Fa-', but omits the state of Isr e i The pamphlet, the sixteenth of a series entitled "Building the Peace," refers to the unioue religious significance of the Holy Land and to America financial cultural and humanitarian interests in Palestine Because of strategic considerations, the booklet says, the U-Sv acnires for a solution which would orevent the utilization of the cur. r C nt situation by disturbing elements and influences .. ORCHIDS ... Benjamin Lazrus, chairman of the 31st annual campaign of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, comes of a family with wide participation in Jewish communal affairs One of his brothers, Oscar, is r member of the Federation's board of trustees, and another, Ralph is treasurer of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Moses Leayitt has established himself an international reputation for a sober, realistic grasp of the many complicated problems the JDC has to cope with ... He has gained the admiration of everybody he encountered in his work by always adopting an utterly frank •and realistic attitude ... The JDC is fortunate in having Leavitt as its highest executive in this critical period Among the prominent layment who participated in the recent conference of the "National Workshop on Integrated Education" at the University of New Hampshire was Julius Stulman Stulman is a member of the "Foundation for Integrated Education," sponsors of the seminar. Educators who attended the conference say Stulman held a most brilliant though extemporaneous address ... He spoke on education in industry ... Mr. Stulman has for many years been active in Jewish communal work and education ... He is a student of Jewish religious movements, particularly of chassidim The New York board of rabbis, through its general-secretary Rabbi Harold H Gordon, has done an excellent job in exposing the British-made anti-Semitic film "Oliver Twist" and in trying to stop the film from being shown in the United States Bernard Reder's exhibit at the Museum of Moderr. Art in New York City stamp.' him as one of the great contemporary sculptors There is no doubt that this Rumanianborn Jew is destined to hold a unique place in the world of sculp, tural arts BOOK BROWSING Sumr.er Welles, "We Need Not Fail," published by Houghton Mifflin Company, is more than mere ly a discussion of the Palestine issue ... As former assistant Under-Secretary of State, the author is qualified as few men are to deal with the problem from the point of view of its global implications Mr. Welles raises the question whether Palestine is to be one more defeat for collective security and a link in the fatal chair of appeasement thinking which culminated in the Munich tragedy ... An interest, ing book slated for early publication by Farrar, Straus and Company is "Pilgrims in a New Land" by Lee M. Friedman The collected essays trace the impact of the Jew on America since the pre-Revolutionary days When reading Merriman Smith's "A President is Many Men," publish, ed by Harper & Brothers, you wonder why any one is fool enough to have presidential ambitions You get the answer when thumbing through the pages of "Presidents on Parade" by Hirst D. Milhollen and Milton Kaplan, a pictorial history of the Presidents of the U.S. ... It is one of Macmillan's finest book products Publication of "Under the Fig Tree" by Itzhak Shenberg is another link in the high accomplishments of Shocken Books ... The short stories mifror life and the universal concerns of life even though they breathe the air of Palestine so profoundly Delmore Schwartz's "The World is a Wedding," consisting of two short novels and five short stories, establishes the author as one of America's most brilliant writers The title is delightfully Jewish The central figure of the story bearing the book's title is a Jew symbolizing modern man's reaction to the turmoil, disorder and confusion of modern life The book is a feather in the cap of its publisher, New Directions ... A "Treasury of American Drawings," by Charles E. Slatkin and Regina Shoolman, is more than what the title claims it to be It is a treasury of American art There have been many attempts in that direction, but it will be long before the excellence of the volume, published by the Oxford University Press, will be equalled, let alone surpassed. Hebrew Calendar 5708 1948 •Rosh Chodesh Ellul Sept. 5 5709 1948 Rosh Hashonah, 1st day.... Hosh Hashonah, 2nd day Fast of Uedallah Shahhath Shuvah Yora Klppur Sucooth, 1st day Succoth, 2nd day Hashanuh Habba EThemlnl Atsereth Blmchath Torah •Rosh Chodesh, Cheshvan .. Rosh Chodesh, Klslev Chanukah, 1st day Chanukah, 2nd day _..Oct. 4 — Oct. 5 ...Oct. 6 ... Oct. 9 ...Oct. 13 ...Oct. 18 Oct. 19 _. Oct. 24 ..Oct. 25 Oct. 26 Nov. 3 ... Dec. 3 ...Dec. 27 ...Dec. 28 •Also observed previous day. *3\ VIM yi iva Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 SUNRAYSMK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL SANITARIUM FOR BEST. 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Still active and the sole spiritual leader of his congregation, Rabbi Cohen was the first president of the Galveston chapter of the American Red Cross; member of the executive committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine; and a member of numerous Jewish agencies for relief and civic causes. His biography, "The Man Who Stayed in Texas," was written to commemorate his 60th anniversary with his congregation. The Henry Cohen Community j House was built in Galveston in 1928 in honor of his first 40 years of service with Temple B'nai Israel. 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. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewish Her Mian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1949 < ', : • .{ %  %  1 Miamians Return To Tell Experiences Abroad ALPERT /assignment for • By HELEN Special The Jewish Floridian Want to start a business—? Don't pick England. "England." repoits William D. Singer, "still encourages monopolies and cartels to such an extent that a middle-classs man would find ;c x titiriely difficult not only to get [supplies, but oven to get a loI cation." That's or.e of I the fr.cts diJvulged at Temple Israel's speHelen Alpert c j a j platform tour of Europe last Wednesday evening. Primary participants were the several Greater Miamians who. newly returned from the continent, had been among the 250 000 Americans flocking abroad this summer "to see what's going on." Answering questions were Mr. and Mrs. Sineer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin and Leon Ell. Contributors from the audience were Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. J. Brown from Czechoslovakia. Morris Klass and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman served as moderators. Of them all, Mr. Ell succeeded also in visiting the State of Israel. Scheduled to appear, but not yet arrived home, were the Sam Blanks and the Sam Lubys Wews of pronounced sentimental appeal revealed that evening is that at this moment on the high seas a cargo of cement is on its way to Miami. The cement is from Israel! The travelers' survey was informal. Here's what was said | spontaneously and unrehearsed: Leon Ell: "I arrived in Haifa on August 12. My first impression has endured—that Israel is in a state of elation, but with its feet on the ground. Politically, there seems a beautiful harmony of all groups. Economically, if thi* truce continues indefinitely. Israel will be harmed, fcecause 100.000 have beer, taken out of production in a nation of 750.000 Yes. I saw miles and miles of rubble, but it was Arab vil' lages. mostly. Our cities there e hardly damaged There is a terrific shortage of housing. But they're outdoing even Miami Beach in speed-construction!" Mrs. Orovitz: "No, it's not true T : anced with Clark Gable on I the boat. But he was well taken 1 care of. anyway!" Dan Ruskin: "This news about Clark Gable certainly got around fast. I have proof positive, since you're interested. 1 had my movie camera with me. and while he was talking to our wives on the •. he graciously posed for me," Mrs. Ruskin: "In Paris, we looked to see who was wearing anything. The only ones were our own American tourists. All through Europe, the people were very shabbily dressed." William Singer: "It stems to me that the present Labor govrnment in England is more capitalistic than our capitalistic government here The aristocrats are still in control ... I saw no anti-Semitism and talked to many non-Jews. They're disturbed by %  t.e fact that we consider then: anti-Semitic: they think they have f/roblems' that the Jews don't und.i-.tand ... Do European want to go to Israel? In •.ifir heart, I think they'd all prefer to come to Amenta. But the chance is so remote that they say they'd like to go to Palestine." Leon Ell: "Can the Jews hold on to the additional territory Leon J. Ell. who also visited Israel, participated in the platform talks. they've conquered? They're cer. tain of Jerusalem." Dan Ruskin: 'Is war imminent?' Of course I was also interested in this question. If war occurs between the Soviet Union and Britain, France would stay out of it. Generally, they feel there is no war impending ." Dan Ruskin: How do hotel rates in Europe compare with Miami Beach?' In the Savoy Hotel in Florence, we occupied a beautiful, spacious room. I asked the manager how much a doubleroom would cost for a friend of mine, and he said, 'I will give him the best double-room we have. The rate is §4 a day.' Does that answer it?" Mrs. Singer: "Yes, I visited a syngagogue in Florence. It was the most beautiful structure I've ever seen, in this era. The Rabbi spoke only Hebrew and Italian, no Yiddish." Mrs. Ruskin: "Yes, we visited | the Pope. As Rabbi Zwitman says, it was quite funny. It was on our booked tour. There we were—six Jews piling into a limousine at 11 o'clock on a Saturday morning to have an audience with—the Pope! He seems particularly interested in Americans." Morris Klass: "—which brings up the question of the Marshall Plan and is it working ... I received a card from Max during the summer and he wrote: 'If the Marshall Plan doesn't put Europe on its feet, we from Miami will!" Max Orovitz: "There's no question but that the Marshall Plan is beginning to work. Things are stabilized in Italy so that anywhere you get the standard exchange—570 lira to the American dollar. In France, the situation is not quite that clear; I think it's the result of the French attitude, people who are inclined to take things as a matter of fact, to take the easy way out. But Belgium is pre-war Belgium again. The shop windows are full of the usual merchandise. This is certainly one effect of the Marshall Plan" And we have to remember that these 250,000 American tourists were allowed $400 duty-free purchases. We've been spending dollars over there, and this is money that did a lot of good right where it was needed ." William Singer: "In Paris, the JDC furnished us with a station wagon to tour old hotels which they had bought years earlier, fortunately, housing displaced persons. It was somewhat discouraging to visit these places, frankly. Their attitude was not good, not good at all. They hac" been waiting, some for years, to leave. While we were there, one couple went to Uruguay, another to Australia, another to Detroit There seemed to be an enormous number of small children The people there have nothing to do except wait. It was discouraging." Leon Ell: "I think I found more Jews in Lucerne than the others found in England. These English Jews are allowed to spend one pound a day. Their eyes and faces lit up when I reported I was on my way to Israel." Max Orovitz: "I believe there is no anti-Semitism in Italy. AntiSemitism was not felt there before the war, but was imposed there during the war and is now on the wane." Dan Ruskin: "Business conditions in Paris are back to prewar days. I saw no evidence of suffering anywhere. My relatives there even occupy the same apartment they had before the oc cupation." Mrs. Brown: "Yes, as Rabbi Zwitman says, I went to Czechoslovakia to find my family. They were all wiped out. In the village, out of 300 Jews, only 5 were left ... It is Communism which is terrible there. If you join the Communist party, then you get a good job. People are unhappy, hungry and with nothing to w,ear. But they have everything if they join the party." Mrs. Glasser: "I was a delegate and observer at the World Jewish Congress convention. I must report frankly that our own American delegation and our way of thinking are definitely in the minority. I heard of flagrant acts of anti-Semitism in the displaced persons camps in Italy. There is definite need for great help. And all those children we have mentioned are not the result of having nothing else to do—but the result of the deep feeling we Jews have to continue our families and our heritage at any cost!" Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz who went abroad this summer, served on a panel discussing their tours at Temple Israel last Wednesday evening. Ben Foge! Heads Habonim Rev. Fried To Officiate At Services In N.W. Sec. Ben Fogel was elected presipaper, chairman; Edith Feidman. For the convenience of resident of the Noar chapter of Hasifria and Olam chairman; and de.-.ts in the vicinity of N.W. 40th bonin-, labor Zionist group of Bea Shapoff, Evit. Hebrew chairAve., services for the High Holy young people from the ages of' man. The Han Hagah, executive Days wil1 be held at 4064 N -W. 18 through 24. at a meeting Sept. committee are Ben Fogel Mrs f* h # t *?r V, PI,iU R. *fift Emeriti n,>„ vr.„^ TT, r,J -. ly of Atl *nta. will officiate. For 19 • B en Fo el F Jo Feidman and Doreservations call Mr. Rubinstein Other new officers are Flo lores Simmons. at 4-9861. Felcman. vice president; Dolores The chapter will meet Sunday Simmons, secretary: Joe Vogel,' evening at 8 p.m. at the Beth Education Officials On treasurer: Morton Rosenblum, edDavid Talmud Torah building, The program will include a discussion of current event, „•) M ax Meisel president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and will address radio audiences this week on Jewish education. Mr. Meisel will speak on Sunday at 4:45 over WINZ: Mr. Gannes over WKAT on Wednesday at 10:15 p.m. ucational chairman: Marty Martel, political actions chairman; Shaloma Shawmut, cultural. social, and membership chairman; Dorothy Elbaum, publicity and Eton, the Habonim newsWINZ Broadcast We Carry New Year Cards S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Ste. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. OnBD "C1D Telephone 5-9017 Palestinian singing and da ncing. A. P. Gannes, executive director "Jerry's Finest In Foods" FEATURING KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY DELICATESSEN, APPETIZERS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS If I \Y TO SERVE YO 241 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI PHONE 82-3991 South End Washington Avenue PLAZA Miami Beach TUESDAY-THURSDAY. SEPT. 28-30 AT REGULAR PRICES ONE OF THE FINEST JEWISH DIALOGUE PICTURES IN MANY YEARS Cantor Leibele Waldman in "KOL NIDRE" with the world famous JOEL FEIG CHOIR B^HB&SBB BwwttE



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948 +Jelsti thrcJtor PAGE THIRTEEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY LIBERAL Temple Both Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Le0 n Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday Waning service at 6 p.m. Saturday morning at 10:45. Arthur ;',],.„ will become Bar Mitzvah. The first Onel Hhabbat of the season ,i, •„,. held Friday evening. Communlty Ringing Will be featured. Leon j I;II will report on "Seven Days In Embattled Israel." ORTHODOX 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 ','in The rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sllchos services •I |2;30 a.m. Sunday. Saturday afternoon at '•> P.m. the rabbi will speak. Ulncba at 6 p.m. followed by Bhalotl Sudos. Muariv at 7:30 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish Laws ,„d Customs. Morning services daily at T:30 a.m. followed by a clais in Mlshnah. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. [Friday evening services at 6:15 a.m.; Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Alvln, son "f A,r Hn<1 M| H William Moss "ill become Bar Mitzvah. Mishna Classes 't '.' p.m. Mincha at 6 p.m. followed by BhalOS Sudos. Kabbi will gurak on the Portion of the Week. gllchOM :ii Saturday midnight. Hebrew school daily from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday school sessions will begin Sunday at 8:48. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. Frid&j evening service at 6*oo. Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Junior congregation services at 10 a.m. Rabbi Urauer will preach on the Portion of the Week. Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shulos Sudos. BJliohoa penitential Services will be held SatUidaj ci midnight, Rabbi Grauer will preach on Forgiveness and Return. Sunda) school at 10 a.m. Registration fur religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Frida) evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30. Minchu at li p.m. followed by Shalos BtldOB. Rabbi Mi-scheloff will speuk on the Portion of the Week. Registration of children for Sunday school and Hebrew School .Sunday from 9:30 to noon. Special penitential sllchos services will be held at midnight Saturday. Tinwrvice will be chanted by Cantor Lmis D Feder. Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver n sermon entitled, "My Soul Weepeth." REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman conduct the services. Members of the Highland Park Methodlsl Church will be visitors. Ki-liiiii.us school opens Sunday at 1" a.m. Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday c\inlng services at 8:15. '.'• l,: Itaab will officiate. Harold Shapiro, preaident of the congregation. ill speak on "Portrait of a Rabbi." an oil painting of Rabbi Raab painted y BVelyn KM will be exhibited following the service. A reception will follow, K,.|i K iou8 School Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at 8. Speak'•' % %  lannounced. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Srapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. _* !" ta} evening services at 6 p.m. !" "ruaj morning services at 8:30 Urn '.':" ." 8 haplro and Rev. Mamches "ill officiate. Mercer Hill will become I' "•• %  Vah. Hebrew school Mon.lav %  %  "'K!, I'mlay at 3:3o ; Sunday school %  ^"••'•IOII Sunday at 10 a.m. Special "'" %  "os service* will be held Saturday •" "i" p.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, U15 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr%  %  n. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. RalSi) ? ve nlng services at 6:1.'. p.m. will If h 1 m n and Cantor Ooldring in.. J"" ,"' 1 aervleea. Saturday morns„,..,u" M ''•' %  s :00 a.m. the rabbi will 1 ,,;',. 5 he 1'ortlon of the Week. l> services at 8 a.m. and 6:1E Thin. '.'."'".,*„ "ohool Monday through •nurgday s:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday SK '" >"' am 811cho aervlce Batman !!^'" at 11:3 "•' %  R* b I***h" !,!•. r,ren


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PAGE FOURTEEN f Jewlst ncricffaf] • I • • LEONJLLU-M • OOPOCtD SY HOftMAN tl |Ol WOOtC TIHT V M AP.C IIUTNtB^ 18T2 MARKED THfMWH IN PAAIS OF A CHILD WHO WAS TO BEC0*r;E THE FIRST JEW TO HOLD THE PREMIERSHIP Of FRANCE —rTT^^T^^rTo TO~CONSEIL P'ETAH A STATE WIDE ATTENTION. VoNOFAWFJHY MEKHANT.UUM ACHRtl ACADEMIC DISTINCTION IH LE'.ERS AND LAW DUMr HIS | r .MATIVE YEA'i. '^iCf3Si?* IN 1919, HE WAS ELECTED TO THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.HIS INTEGRITY AMD GR^SPO NATIONAL EVENTS LED TO HIS EUCRM.NI 1956,TO THE PREMIERSHIP Of FRANCE. HF ENTERED THt FIELD OF POLITICS IN 1899, BY JOINING THE SOCIALIST PARTY.OF WHICh HE LATER BECAME THE OUTSTANDING LEADER. DESPITE THE BURDENS OF THAT OFFICE, BLUM FOUND TIME TO BE ACTIVE IN THt COMITE FRANCE-PALESTINE,AND STRONGLY SUPPORTED THE PALESTINE FOUNDATION FUND. A JEWISH COLONY HAS BEEN NAMED AFTER HIM. AFTER FRANCE FELLTO THE NAZIS, HIS LONG FIGHT AGAINST HITLER AHD FRENCH COLLABORATORS BROUGHT BLUM INTO GERMAN CONCENTRATION HIS COURAGE AND HIGH PRINCIPLES HELPED HIM SURVIVE THE HARDSHIPS OF THE NAZI PRISONS. AFTER THE FALL OF THE NAZI REGIME,HE WAS CALLED UPON, IN 1945. TO BECOME THE HEAD OF THE INTERIM FRENCH 'GOVERMENT. A MAN OF INCISIVE INTELLECT, AT 76.HE IS HELD IN HIGH ESTEEM THROUGHOUT THE WORLD r..i.C*' .•* • JMPfMU.t- • • %  •M* Morris Margulies Leaves For Israel Morris Margulies. former National Secretary of the Zionist Organization of America, left today by T.W.A. from LaGuardia Airport for Israel. When asked about the purpose of his present journey, Margulies said: "Since 1920, when I made my first visit to the Holy Land. I have been fortunate in" being there when im-: poitant events were transpiring. I am eager to be there now, for since the return of Israel from the Babylonian captivity and the establishment of the Second Commonwealth this is the most historic period that the world has witnessed, as the establishment of the Third Commonwealth is unquestionably assured. ••I hope to be present at the' h British Armv wingate worked Dr. Chaim Weiz, t .. Death Sentence And Heavy Fine Imposed Upon Jew By Iraqi Government For Alleged Pro-Zionist Activities Protested Morris Margulies Orde Wingate. then a captain in inauguration of mann as first president of the State of Israel, which I am confident will mark the beginning of the first chapter of a new Bible Israel is destined to create."' for an understanding between the Jews and the British, in which tffort. however, he was keenly disappointed. Wingate told Margulies of what he was doing in NEW YORK, Sept. 16 — The American Zionist Emergency Council, reoresenting all official Zionist bodies in the United States, today disclosed the text of a wire sent by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, its chairman, to Secretary of State George C. Marshall, inviting the attention of the United States government to the death sentence and S20.000.000 fine imposed by the Iraqi government on SI afio Ades. a Jewish citizen of Iraq, "allegedly for his pro-Zionist activities." (Shafiq Ades. a prominent Jewish merchant in Baghdad, was sentenced to death by an Iraqi military court on September 13 and was fined 5.000.000 dinars on charges of editors of three Jewish daily newspapers in New York City. Signatories to this communication include: S. Dingol, editor of "TV Day;" D. L. Mekler, editor of "The Jewish Journal';; and H. Rigoff, managing editor of "Thp Jewish Daily Forward." The last trip Margulies made .developing Haganah units. Later | to Israel was in 1938. during the Arab riots—exactly one year before the outbreak of World Wai II. Among the settlements Margulies visited on that occasion was Hanita, in those days an underground military training center for Haganah. He was able to make that visit because Haganah provided him with an armored car. That part of the country at the time was full of Arab ma. rauders and snipers. During his stay Margulies met events proved that his work in behalf of Haganah was responsible for the formation of the famous Palmach branch. Margulies is a member of the executive of the committee for Progressive Zionism, and will utilize his present visit to meet with the leaders of the new progressive group that has recently been formed in Israel. On the eve of his departure i number of friends gathered at a luncheon at the Hotel Martini. ute and wished Margulies a bor voyage were: Dr. Stephen S Wise: Dr. Joseph Tcnenbaum. pressident of the Polish Federation of American Jews: George I Fox: Dr. Theodore N. Lewis, president of the New York Board of Pahhis; Reuben Fink; Samue' Caplan, editor of Congress Weekly: Samuel Blitz, executive vice president, New York United Jew ish Appeal; Robert Silverman: and Ernest E. Barbarash, editor of New Palestine. Bernard C Richards presided. aiding the Jews in the Palestine war and organizing Zionism in Iraq. According to an AP dispatch from Baghdad dated September 13. the fine will be collected immediately. The death sentence is subject to approval of King Feisal IT. Mr. Ades is known as one of the wealthiest merchants at Iraq.) In his telegram of protest Dr Silver stated: "I am certain thai "he United States government would not wish to remain indifferent in the face of such shocking suppression of human righttnd the danger of quasi-legal assassination. If unchallenged, this will set an extremely dangerous precedent, opening the way foi wholesale persecution and oppression of national and religious minorities in the Arab lands." The American Zionist Emergency Council also disclosed the text of a telegram sent to President Harry S. Truman by th with the late Brigadier General que. Among those who paid t:ibr— '•%  • £ "r~ gjumi Mcthcfs OLB-FASHINED GEFILTE FISH MC PORTIONS HIAOT TO MRVE HOT OR COLD The way you remember it! Traditionally tasteful, kitchen-made of choice ingredients artfully blended from an Old World recipe. Mother's clear broth comes to a delicious jell after a few hours in the refrigerator. Get your jars today ... JO inexpensive! Certainly it's Kosher and Pareve. 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etters To The Editor %  latter was received .. Mr. and r M rs Kva Levy. Lrie A.'.' r n American Joint prairie 9aAag*£b SS ril.ution nin'l' ., was'"", ,. r8 to Europe •* b) h.h time they visited the lSl" wl, ,l in that country, leaving Kp CamP m 'i^evy to assist I'V „iih Mrs. ."••-,,„_. Th In The list ^su'm'wassj.e^^hutte^ *"% eW Interview appear in with the an early extremely scarce ruit "T^comP'e'f Mr. and Mrs. Glasser, b een a long time since 1 -; and I guess you have 0Ur T much to do that camps W Into the back ground, never forgotten my bear fcave I have promise to write and as the oney have now given me an ac. of how they used the v left by you and Mrs. Baron neht I would send their copies to vou so that you can see .the money was used. I gave iSi. -nd Jesi 30.000 lire k the other 2.000, I used for Ls of the children when I Ld them at the seaside one SatThe money was spent lv on eggs and butter in both amps. Senigallia varied te.rs a Kttte with fruit and vegetables. did not interfere giving the nmittee a free hand and you tan see they used it well The supply in one camp lasted nearly a month and in the other days; as everybody was satisfied including the parents of the [children I consider the money was put to good purpose. Bv the time you receive this hetter the majority of the children vou saw in these two camps %  will be on their way to Eretz [after waiting for a week with all Itreir belongings packed. I too would like to thank you (personally for practical interest Ishown to the people in camp [which was so appreciated. I hope lyou managed to locate their relatives and friends to give them the messages they loaded you with, and that you were not too I tired. By the way my organization in I London, the Jewish Relief Unit, managed to send me out a number of Hebrew books which I have turned over to Jesi camp as that seemed to be an outstanding want. This is, now our new address for the camps in this area. AlJesi children at Senigallia seaside, taken Aug. 8, 1948, showing "The Last of the Fruit." though I am in charge of this office I still make a point of visiting the camps once a week. Hoping to meet you again some day. Yours sincerely, EVA LEVY. Costa Rican DP's To Be Legalized NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Jose Figueres of Costa Rica has assured a representative of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society that the status of some 1,000 Jewish immigrants who arrived in that country since the end of the war in Europe will be legalized soon, HIAS announced here this week. The announcement followed a visit here, by Louis Feigenblatt, HIAS representative in Costa Rica, Feigenblatt, who is also president of the Jewish community of San Joe, revealed that the status" of the immigrants was challenged after the former government was overthrown by a revolution last May and Figueres installed. University Opens Fall Registration Registration for the 180 fall classes scheduled by the University of Miami's Division of Adult Education will open Sept. 28 and will continue through Oct. 2 in the division office, room 131 of the administration building, m; campus. Dr. William P. Dismukes, divi. sion director, has announced registration hours as from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 28 to Oct. 1; 7 to 9:30 p.m., Sept. 27 to 30; and from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 2. Classes will begin Oct. 4. Academic courses leading to bachelor's and master's degrees as well as vocational and recreational courses are included in the curriculum. Courses necessary to obtain bachelor's degrees are offered in liberal arts, business administration, education, engineering and music. Graduate courses leading to master's degrees are in accounting, business law, education, English, history, physical education, Spanish and speech. The Adult Education division is a member of the Association of University Evening Colleges7 Dancing, fishing, handicrafts, art, marionettes, photography and woodworking are among the recreational courses and classes in air conditioning, architectural drawing, blue print reading, construction methods and national electric code give vocational training. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lemur Hotel at 236 9th St., Miami lieach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FLORENCE WELOFF Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicant. •.1/10-17-24 10/1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 47033 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lien Uuskln, holder us assignee of Little River Valley Drainage District Tax Certificates numbered 20 and 00, dated the 27th day of May, A.D. 1940, has filed said Certificates in my office, and hus made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificates embrace the following described property, situated In Dade County. State of Florida, to wit: lts 11 12. Block 5, 2nd Resuhdivislon of North Silver Crest, Plat Book 40, Page 21, In the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 20. The assessment of said property under the Bald Certificate Issued was in the name f Watson F. Plnekard. K r.o.08 ft. of Tract 1. Rev. 1'lat of Christie I.awns, a Sub., Plat Hook 35, I'age 18, containing .16 Acres more or less In the County of Dade State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 90. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was In the name of Garrett N. Miller. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1948. Dated this 3l8t day of August, A. D. 19*8. E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By S. S. MOORE. Deputy Clerk. 9/10-17-24 10/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 119128. EDWARD DiBENEDETTO, Plaintiff, vs. YVONNE DiBENEDETTO, Defendant. To: YVONNE DIBENEDETTO. Residence Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above Stvled 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, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LILYAN POLANSKY Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 Exempts ORT BUCHAREST, (JTA)—Although the Rumanian government has ordered the nationalization of all schools in the land, the ORT will be permitted to continue to operate its schools and training center independently, George Stree, head of the Rumanian ORT, announced here this week. Rev. Philip Fried Private Hebrew Instructor Bar Mitzvah Preparations Will come to your home Individual or group instruction Phone 58-9841 — 58-9851 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOUTH SEAS HOTEL at 1751 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE GOLDBERG SYLVIA GOLDBERG Applicants MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Bettv Lou Shop at 2332 Ponce de I^eon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. MARTIN GOLDSTEIN Applicant MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/17-24 10/1-8-15 First YMHA in Boston, organized in 1875, had as its headquarters a room in City Hall set asido for its use by the mayor. JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER Licensed Mortgage and Investment Broker Mr> Lincoln Road* biiami Reach Phone 5-0858 Confidential Co-operation with ATTORNEYS, ACCOUNTANTS AND BROKERS ri Iff 4 FOR EVERY ULAi J PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topi. Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER GIFT PARCELS TO ISRAEL AND EUROPE Services Approved by Miami Zionist District GREAT CIRCLE AIRFREIGHTERS LTD. Miami International Airport Information—88-4626 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring; to engage in business under the fictitious name of LIEBER'S LUGGAGE SHOP at 501 West Flagler Street, Miami, Hoi l ; M For,d i o iTZMAN DAVID SIMON MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 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 gctUloua name of PARR DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY at 1829 North Bayshore Drive, Miami. Florida, intends to r ? I( & r said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court <&£?&&**• MILLER & PODELL, ^Wncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIX)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 119350. JOAN B. FORST. Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD E. FORST, Defendant. YOU, RICHARD E. FORST, 28 Columbus Avenue. NEW ROCHELLE. NEW YORK, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce, on or before October 12. 1948, or a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED: September 13. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal} _,. By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys 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 WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LEO A. CHAIKIN AARON WEINKLE CARL WEINKLE Applicants MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 8/27 9/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Betty Lou Shop at ROlfi N.E. Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD SCHLESS Applicant MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9 /17-24 10/1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 21 IN, In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS RAUBFOGEL. Deceased. To AH 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 you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, 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. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for ELSIE RAUBFOGEL, Administratrix. 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 PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1527 West Klagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BETTY BECKER Applicant MYERS. HEIMAN & 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 TROPICAL LANDSCAPERS at 1601 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK E. FRIE PBB RG LOUIS FRIEDBERG Owners SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 9/10-17-24 10/1-8 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 FLORIDA 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 stvled cause on or before the 30th day of September. 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of ComDlalnt will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. DATED this 30 day of August, 1948. B. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit C >•• t. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGI Deputy Ck.k. SAM SILVER i. :t.,. "or Plaintiff Co %r*' tilding.Mlanii 32, Florida j,3-10-17-24 ".•J-. : %  • HBfJ



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PAGE SIXTEEN *Jm-istt fkrkUan %  i i i • i i •• i : FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 "Shofar" Significance Explained To DP Tots At HIAS Shelter LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF MASTERS •*>" IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SPFIXJMDA, IN AM> FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. T„V 2 BERTHA U. ABESS, '•'•'''"'"; ,., To 8AREVO, INC., .1 Florida Corporation; JAY LANO. INC.. a Florida Corporation: M ,\ |. ., 8EOLE and RENIE SIEOLE. W wife M W HAMMER8TBOM. 1. ,• HAMMER8TBOM. MINMK HAMMERSTROM, B, H. UA.NKS and LILLIAN BANKS, co-partners, trading and doing aualneas aa ,,;,,',;. Tov FLOORING COMPANY: DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Florida Corporation: >• %  IRON WORKS, INC., Corporation ll>.\. IN"'.. RAINBOW Two Orange Bowl Seats To Be Award For Most New B'nai B'rith Members INC., a M DYKES a Florida PLAYERS OF FL< Ra KI.TI.IM Corporation; GARDENS. INC., :' E. Albert Pallot. vice president of the B'nai B'rith Council, announced that two tickets to the Orange Bowl game will be awarded to the person who enrolls most new members during the five week drive which will be launched by the Council at a breakfast on Sunday at the Marseilles hotel. Negotiations are under way the appearance at the kick I mating of Harold Russell d less veteran who won an "0 SC ] for his acting in the "Best vJ <> Our Lives." Russell wm 3 at a city-wide Americanism fl on October 31 in Flamingo pi as a climax to the drive WAHI, SNYHKIt.MAN .1. BATTLER; ISR VEL KRAMER, doing husinesa as YORK SIGN CO.. AND The significance of the blowing of the Shofar (ram's horn) at morning weekday services during the month preceding Rosh Hashonah (which begins at sundown. October 3) is explained to two newly-arrived DP brothers, Danny, 3 (center), and Joseph Machemstein, 5, by Rev. Dr. Ezekiel Landau, in the synagogue of HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) world headquarters at 425 Lafayette St., New York. Opens Florist Shop Formerly in the florist business in Pittsburgh. Harold "Skippy" Rosen has opened a floral shop at 3219 S.W. 8th St. Mr. R specializes in wedding and bar mitzvah arrangements in add.:. :. to cut flowers. LEGAL NOTICE XewsbitH The "Cavalcade of Music," sponsored by the Miami Fi d tion of Musicians will be held tonight at the Miami City auditorium at Biscayne Blvd. and N.E. 5th St. Twenty-five bands will take part in the event. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OP PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAJ .: C %  'NTT, KI.. >RIDA IN CHAN 'ERY N 1 % %  .. ["HlNOTi >N, Plaii tiff vi HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR., Defendant THE STATIC OF FLORIDA: TO: HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR.. i ..:: II .-. : v H -.i! n >1 E< N"ew %  '• %  : %  You are • • notifl. • ppear to the BUI %  I •' plaint f01 Dlvi e fill gainst : ^:..i I CAUIK on : t ton thi „'•..... Of Oc( %  •• %  194! • %  > ... lefc'.i;. r... '. :-.-.. 1 j ax confessed aj nal ) DATED thlt .. da) of >\; tember, E. B LEATHERMAN, Clark of Circuit Court iCirt-uit Court Seal) By WM. W, STOCKING. Dep ity HARRY MET/. Si ... Itor fur Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami .:.'. FI01 1 % %  2< 10, 1-S-1S NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No IRVING KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. JEAN BORZAQE KATZ, also known as UII.MA HOWELL KATZ. DefcnU.aiu. To: JEAN BORZAGE KATZ ...... known as U ILMA HOWELL KATZ 1540 East Story Avenue Bronx, New York YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED ami red to appear to th.' Hill of for Div 1 filed In the ause on or before the -'•• %  % %  : 11 tober, ISMS, otherwise %  % % % %  Bill ol Complaint will t,c taken a* tossed by you. Let this order bihi d UCe a VNevk for :'• ..: BU. 1 Hive wi %  ks in The Jewish Flora newspaper published in Dad' %  .. t %  ted till* 23rd day of September US E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cleik, Circuit Court C Seal 1 By WM. W. BTOCKINO. >,,... .. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN ney f..r Plaintiff Sej '.-Id Building '•' %  ; Florida • .; 10 1-8-15 Florida Corporation; 1 >i :i: Rl'FUS NiMS s. JIMMY SULLIVAN, as Sheriff of Dade County, Florida, Defendants I.. THE TRAVIS CO., a Florida Corporation, seeking to Intervene. Notice is herebj given that the undersigned, as Special Master, under and bv virtue "f the Final Dei n • ol i ioaure h< retofore • ntered In that certain cause pending In the Circuit iri of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Florida, In ami for Dade County In Chancery, being Chancerj case No I12M4, In which BERTHA r ABESS Is plaintiff, and the defendants are the parti.-s Tlsted at the heading of this notice, I, as Special Maater in chancery, appointed by the Court in said decree, under and by virtue of the terms thereof will offer for aala and sell a"t public outcry to the high.->t and beat bidder for cash at the South front door "f the (.'mirth'. use ..I, County, in the City of Miami. Florida, on the 4th da> of October, A D., 1948, at the hour of two o'clock i M the same being a legal sales day and the hOUl being within the legal hours of sale, the following described property situate In Dade County, Florida, t..-ivit: Lot twelve 112), Bio. k seven (7) NORMANDY BEACH SOUTH, according "... the ri.it thereof, rei orded In Plat Book 21, at page 54, "f the Public Re irda of Dade County, Florida. The sail propert} as aforesaid together with all the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto -.lining or in any wlae belonging, sold to satisfy -Mill di Dated tins 20th day "f September, I A.D. 1948, NED M. LETTS Special Master in Chancery. 1510 Pan American Hank Building 9 .'i 10 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In business under the fictitious name of SUN REALTY at 1220 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, MIAMI. FLA., Intend* tn register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, PI 11 da. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant •.'24 1 1-8-15-22 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS .Mil. FOSTER'S STORK 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STOP OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNTI L l<0 I IM Wll S\ Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Bead SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 13 Years of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach GRADE "A" PRODUCTS &&ffi4fe SE H MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY SIVEN th eslrlng i %  %  _•. isiness in ler the fictn KAY DISTRIBUTORS Street Ml each, F i • -• %  .: name wltl ill 'oun f Dade %  • WALTER ." 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 24, 1948

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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i^J^wiislhJEIIiDipidliigyn
VOLUME 21-NUMBER 38
CombiningJHE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA,'FB1DAY, SEPTEMBER 2471948'
PRICE TEN CENTS
UN Makes Public Bernadotte Report;
Existence of Jewish State Recognized
Bernadotte Assassinated In Isra
I
JERUSALEM, (JTA) U.N.
mediator Count Folke Bernadotte
was assassinated in Jerusalem
Friday. A message from John J.
MacDonald. U.S. Consul in Jeru-
salem, to the Department said
that Bernadotte and French Col.
Sorot, senior U.N. observer in
Jerusalem, were murdered.
"This is regarded here as a
great tragedy," a State Depart-
ment spokesman said, in releas-
ing the report of the assassina-
tion. A press spokesman for the
Israeli mission in Washington
said: "I am very deeply shocked
and grieved. The government of
Israel has always believed that
the United Nations personnel is
inviolate in performing its duties
inside and outside of the state
of Israel."
Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok
and Dr. Ralph Bunche, American
U.N. official who has been named
temporarily to succeed Berna-
dotte as head of the mediation
and truce machinery, conferred
here for over an hour. Shertok
expressed Israel's sympathy and
sorrow at the murder and out-
lined the measures which the
government is taking to appre-
hend the assassins. Bunche re-
ported that U.N. Secretary-Gen-
eral Trygve Lie had placed the
Palestine situation on the General
Assembly agenda and that Gen.
Aage Lundstroem, U.N. aide to
Bunche, has been ordered to
make an investigation of the in-
cident. Bundle's earlier statement
holding the Israeli government
responsible for the deed was not
discussed.
Bunche's blast, addressed to
Shertok, said, "the act constitutes
a breach of the truce of the ut-
most gravity for which the Pro-
visional Government of Israel
must assume full responsibility."
He added that statements by
Shertok and Yigal Yadin, Army
Chief of Operations, to the effect
that the truce was not being ob-
served carefully and that the ob-
servation staff was too small to
do the job, were "not the kind of
statements which would be cal-
culated to discourage reprehensi-
ble acts of this kind."
Earlier, a government state-
ment deplored Bunche's "recrim-
inatory" note and pointed out
that the murder was carefully
premeditated and could not have
been influenced by Shertok's
statements which were published
only Friday morning. In addi-
tion, the spokesman said, the
Shertok and Yadin criticisms
were not aimed at Bernadotte but
at the observation set-up.
The bodies of Bernadotte and
Serot were placed aboard a plane
for Geneva after a solemn cere-
mony at Haifa where they had
lain in state overnight. Repre-
sentatives of the Israeli govern-
ment were present at today's
ceremony. The bodies were
brought to Ha-a frou. Jerusalem
under armed escort.
Lundstroem was informed that
he and other U.N. personnel who
witnessed the murders would be
asked to check all arrested sus-
pects in a line-up in an attempt
to identify the killers. Shortly
after the Cabinet's first session
on the assassination, an official
statement was issued. It declared
that the government was taking
all steps to mobilize the power
of the state to stamp out this
"treason at home." It added that
the "Jerusalem outrage is a stab
in the back of the Israeli Army"
and the "act also attempts to
sever the good relations between
the state of Israel and the United
Nations and it is a desecration of
Jerusalem's holiness."
Lundstroem's statement that
the truce is still in effect was
given additional support with the
announcement that the U.N. staff
had finally worked out an agree-
ment whereby the Israelis will be
permitted to use a disputed road
in the Negev for supplying settle-
ments behind the Egyptian lines.
Under the agreement the Jews
will be permitted the use of the
road for six hours out of each 24
and the Arabs will use the road
for a like period.
Irgun Accepts Ultimatum To Disband;
Israel Erects Camps For Terrorists
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israeli authorities in Jerusalem this week
handed the Irgun Zvai Leumi an ultimatum to liquidate itself
as an independent organization and demanded that all its
members immediately enlist in the Israeli Army, without at-
| taching any conditions to their service. This is the latest in a
series of anti-terrorist activities?
initiated by the government in
the wake of the assassination in
Jerusalem of U.N. mediator Count
Folke Bernadotte and his French
I aide. Col. Andre Serot.
An Irgun spokesman in Tel
Aviv said that the members of
|the organization are embittered
by the ultimatum, since an agree-
ment had almost been reached
with the government on that is-
I sue. However, the spokesman said
I Irgun will accept the ulti-
Patum and will offer no opposi-
tion.
Even as the first public an-
nouncement, of the details of the
Pvernment's anti-terrorist reg-
ulations were being made, it was
pned that a large detention
lrnphaS been prepared for ter-
rorists apprehended under the
f* emeWncy legislation. The
nTnfu Which ^corporate
VM the features of the Brit-
adm.mstration's Emergency
IWdeW Ref?ulatlor, do not pro-
gfcr capital punishment. Ordi-
ktin,?rT\such as murder, will
*!V ^e handled un<*er the
WUtr legal code.
iX^ reiulations. already
Ebv n.2s abinet- and
tinier y PaVld Ben Gurion,
and Defense Minister,
provide for five to twenty years
imprisonment for participating in
acts of terrorism, while prison
sentences of one to five years are
provided for membership in ter-
rorist organizations. A fine of
$4,000 or imprisonment up to
three years, or both, was set for
aiding or abetting such organiza-
tions. Violators of the anti-terror-
ist statutes will be tried by mili-
tary courts.
Emergency regulations halting
the spread of anti-government
terror, outlawing underground
terroristic organizations and mak-
ing membership in them illegal
as well as declaring all aid to
such extremists a crime were
promulgated in Israel this week
'ollowing a four-hour meeting of
the Cabinet, which was called im-
mediately after the assassination
of Count Folke Bernadotte and
French U.N. observer Col. Andre
Serot. At the same time, all Cabi-
net officers were armed and pro-
vided with armed escorts.
Meanwhile, a Sternist under-
ground appeal declared that the
"Ben Gurion governments is using
the methods of the British"
against the Sternists although
their party is now legally regis-
tered with the government. "Be-
cause somebody shot Bevin's
representative Bernadotte
and although the government has
Noted Biographer,
Emil Ludwig, Dies
In Switzerland
ASCONA, Switzreland, (JTA)
Emil Ludwig, world-famous
Jewish biographer of many prom-
inent world figures, died in his
sleep here, it was reported over
the week-end. He was 67 years
of age.
Born in Germany, he became
a citizen of Switzerland following
the rise of Nazism. His bio-
graphical works on Christ, Lin-
coln, Kaiser William II, Goethe.
Bismarck and Beethoven besides
many others, were burned by the
T. dA.RI.S' (JTA)Seven "basic premises" for the settlement of
tne h-alestine question are contained in the report to the UN Se-
curity Council drawn up by the late Count Folke Bernadotte and
made public here on the eve of the opening of the U.N. General
Assembly. The seven conclusions are:
, ]\ **** mu*t return to Palestine, and every feasible measure
should be taken to ensure that hostilities will not be resumed and
beTestored"" relatl0ns between Arabs and Jews will ultimately
2. A Jewish state called Israel exists in Palestine and there
are,no !"nd ^r assuming that it will not continue to do so.
J. the boundaries of this new state must finally be fixed either
hi KLTt1 uSXFSP between the parties concerned or, failing that,
by the United Nations. s '
inDi^Adherunle 1 ft* PrinciPle f geographic homogenity and
integration, which should be the major objective of the boundary ar-
rangements should apply equally to Arab and Jewish territories
whose frontiers should not, therefore, be rigidly controlledI bythe
Kember 2rngementS enViSag6d ta the ^tin resolutioVof
P5,5 TrJe,urignt of PePle "Proofed from their homes bv the
fKSTJSS present war to return to their homes should be af
firmed and be made effective, with assurance of adequate comoensa-
tion for the property of those wno may choose not to return
b. The city of Jerusalem, because of its religious and inter
national significance and the complexity of interests involved should
be accorded special and separate treatment. 'voiveo, snouid
Aa .7- International responsibility should be expressed where
mablefand.ne-CeSSary- in the f0rm of international ESeeTa! a
means of allaying exist ng fears, and nartirularuf ~ Ji *
boundaries and human rights particularly m regard to
c,T,lVep0rt urges that the existing indefinite truce in Palestine
should be superseded by a formal peace or at leasto ~ V
wsureauaruls- -* 'broad de-
tween the Arab and the Jewish
states, the report of the slain U.N.
mediator recommends that in the
absence of an agreement between
Arabs and Jews, these frontiers
should be delimited by a technical
boundaries commission appointed
by and responsible to the United
Nations. The report suggests that
?he boundaries defined in the
United Nations partition decision
should be revised along the fol-
'owing lines:
1. The area known as the Negev
should be considered Arab terri-
tory. The frontiers should run
from Faluja, north northeast, to
Ramleh and Lydda (both of which
places would be in Arab terri-
orv), the frontier at Lvdda then
following the line established in
the General Assembly resolution
of November 29.
2. Galilee should be defined as
a Jewish area. The disposition of
the territory not included within
the boundaries of the Jewish state
should be left to the governments
of the Arab states in full con-
sultation with the Arab inhabit-
ants of Palestine, with the recom-
mendation, however, that in view
nf the historical connection and
common interests of Transjordan
and Palestine, there would be
compelling reasons for merging
the Arab territory of Palestine
with the territory of Transpor-
dan. This would be subject to
such frontier rectifications re-
garding other states as may be
found practical and desirable.
3. The port of Haifa, including
the oil refineries and terminals,
and without prejudice to their
inclusion in the sovereign terri-
tory of the Jewish state or the
administration of the city of
Haifa, should be declared a free
port. Free access should be as-
sured for interested Arab coun-
tries. On the other hand, the
Arab countries undertake to
place no obstacle in the way of
oil deliveries by pipeline to the
Haifa refineries.
4. The airport of Lydda should
be declared a free airport with
assurance of access to it and em-
ployment of its facilities for Jeru-
salem and interested Arab coun-
tries.
5. The city of Jerusalem should
be treated separately and should
be placed under effective United
Nations control with maximum
feasible local autonomy for its
Arab and Jewish communities.
The protection of the Holy Places
and sites, as well as free access to
them, should be safeguarded.
6. The right of the Arab refu-
gees to return to their homes in
Jewish-controlled territory at the
earliest possible date should be
affirmed by the United Nations.
Their repatriation, resettlement
and economic and social rehabilit-
ation, and payment of adequate
compensation for the property of
those choosing not to return,
should be supervised and assisted
oy a United Nations conciliation
commission.
7. The political, economic,
social and religious rights of all
Arabs in the Jewish territory of
Palestine and of all Jews in the
Arab territory of Palestine should
be fully guaranteed and respected
by the authorities.
Emil Ludwig
Nazis. He was a prolific writer,
not only of biographical studies
of famous personalities but also
was the author of plays and poli-
tical essays.
He was active in a number of
Jewish causes. He attended the
Universities of Breslau and
Arab League Forms Palestine Gov-t.
Over Transjordan, Iraq Protests
no proof of our complicity, our (Heidelberg, receiving his law de-
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JERUSALEM, (JTA) King
Abdullah will not permit the seat-
ing of a Palestine Arab Govern-
ment in Jerusalem, the Trans-
jordan-controlled Ramallah radio
declared this week following re-
cepit of a report from Amman
that the Arab League had es-
tablished a Palestine Government.
The Palestine Arab Government
was formed over the protests of
both Transjordan and Iraq.
An Arab League announcement
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ha, military governor of the
Arab-held section of Jerusalem
has been named Prime Minister
in the new government. A report
from Amman said that Abdullah
Eon n/T1 t0 Permit the 'op-
tion of the new government any-
2rZ* "Wlthin the security zone
of the Transjordan Government "
He interprets that security zone
as extending from the borders of
the Egyptian kingdom to the
frontiers of Syria and Lebanon
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Jewish Quiz Box
Q.: Why is wine used in so
many Jewish rituals when the
Bible disapproves of it? (Sub-
mitted by Theodore Greenhood.
Boston. Massachusetts.)
A: The restriction referred to
is found in the Book of Leviticus
(Chapter 10. verses 8-10V It must
be noted, however, that this re-
striction applies to_priestsjv^
are forbidden to drink wine so
. t they may be "clear-headed
nthey enter the sanctuary to
perform their holy duties in lhi
| Temple. Even in the case the
p tests we find dm apinion a UM
Talmud stating thai the pre
tl n applied to the W*jr4M|
Wine in excessive an -;
BabU, Tractau Ken*
lSb).
It is important to note that the
wine itself was not considered an
evil substance, the proof being
thai it was used as one of the
accompanying ingredient, to the
sacrifices .Numbers 28:14). It
seems to me that the use of wine
.. so many of our rituals may be
juirement to commemorate
rf wine at the sacrifices.
..,. :t WM so used torn-
^ truism in everyday life-
Wine like anything else in na-
ture has its good uses and bad
uses The Palestinian Talmud
sums up the situation by saying:
There is he who drinks wine
and it is good for him; and there
is he who drinks wine and it is
bad for him (Talmud Yerushalmi,
Tractate Ma'aser Shorn, Chap. 4).
Wine can either bring good or
evil into the world depending
upon how we use it.
Many writers claim that we
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948
use wine at our rituals to show
that we perform and accept them
in good spirit. The ideal in Jew-
ish life is to serve and worship
God in happiness and not merely
by compulsion. The use of wine
in this sense may be a forerunner
of the modern custom of "offer,
ing a toast" at some happy occa-
sion. It is just that Jews should
consider any mitzvoh "a happy
occasion."
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Miami Beach
Jack Pomerantz
Blackstone Food
Market
737 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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Coral Way Kosher Mkt.
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Sol Malter
Community Food
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451 41st St.
Miami Beach
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153 N.W. 5th St.
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1961 S.W. 8th St.
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2011 S.W. 8th St.
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Sam Breslaw
Southwest Kosher
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1007 S.W. 27th Ave.
Miami
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Rate Market
618 Collins Ave.
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Sol Kohlenberg
Sunshine Kosher
Market
436 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
Willie Malter
Trachtenberg's Kosher
Food Market
1323 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Rothstein & Smargore
1553 S.W. 8th St.
Miami
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Washington Ave. Food
Center
1051 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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White Rose Mkt.Meat
87 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
M. Heller
White Rose Mkt.
Poultry
87 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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Whitman's Kosher
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1325 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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Wolder's Market
78 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
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Zion Food Center
1429 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Recognition Of Israel
The infant State of Israel ifl
, more than 4 months old. So
Jr. ifi governments have accorded
!SS.ttton: United States, on
JjTv8 14- Guatemala, May 15;
SU Union, May 17; Poland,
Uruguay and Nicaragua, May 18;
Sslovakia and Jugoslavia.
Mav 19: South Afr,csV ^t 24:
Hunca'v. June 1; Finland. June
Romania, June 12; Costa Rica,
Panama, June 21;
July 22; Paraguay.
11, Rom
June 18:
Venezuela
AU(Sidering the above brings to
mind the fable of the two
Tuckets. The pessimistic bucket
complains: "No matter how full
"water I come up with I
always go down empty. The
J2^rejoins brightly: "No matter
how empty I go down the well. I
dways come up full." We could
Sec in our triumph that 16
countries, containing about one-
half billion human beings have
:n so short a time recognized the
Jewish State. The less buoyant
mav regard the picture dolefully.
After the Nazi gas chambers, the
nat.ons still deny the Jew a
haven of refuge in a world of
closed frontiers.
British Opposition
A breakdown will show that
no state within the British League
of Nations, except South Africa.
has recognized Israel. Yet coun-
tries like N< w Zealand, Australia
and Canada have a reputation for
liberalism. Their delegates even
spoke up for the Jews at the
U. N. debates, before and after
partition. The recognition of Is-
rael by the former Boers may
have been a spite act. These anti-
Semitic Africanders seem to have
a far stronger hatred for Eng-
land than for the Jews. The rest
of the tottering British Union,
the professing friendshio for Is-
rael, hesitate to show disrespect
for the wishes of the mother
country So Bevin, the longshore-
man, and Atlee. the pedant, are
able to rub their hands gleefully;
the dwindling Empire is backing
them up.
Moslem Fanaticism
Of course, no one would ex-
pect a decent, sensible attitude
from any Mohammendan land.
They are too deeply sunk in
ignorant e. ulth. disease and bigo-
try. They understand but one
argument: force. They still dream
of a valor they were reputed to
have possessed 1,000 years ago.
But the Israelis are able to de-
monstrate a valor thev possessed
2.000 years ago. Thus 250.000.000
Moslems are looking on with
consternation at the Arab defeat
by a handful of refugee Jew-.
The Arab League of reactionary
exploiters are encouraged to talk
but Britain makes decisions for
them. The decadent Moslems
need a master. Five years ago.
the Mufti groveled at the feet of
Hitler. Mussolini the Bum, be
came the Grand Protector of
Islam.
Europe's Indifference
We can only marvel at the
callousness of European govern-
ments outside of the Soviet
sphere. (Russia and her satellites
-ame through handsomely.) One
would think people who wit-
nessed or tasted Nazi torture
would understand the plight of
the Jewish DP's. France, of course,
stretched out her neck pretty far
when it voted for partition; after
all she has 30,000.000 Moham-
medans in her wobbly empire.
Italy would be friendly; but her
people are afraid to breathe until
her former. African colonies are
restored. The rest of the European
bloc, terror stricken at the pros-
pect of World War III, are leaning
on the broken reed: Britain.
Catholic Doctrine
What about Eire, Spain, Portu-
gal, and the South American Re-
publics? Here we run into Cath-
olic doctrine. The early church,
in need of prestige, set up its
claim as successor to Israel in
God's favor. The Fathers held
that the Sceptre of Judah landed
on the throne of the Popes. Con-
is a political bargain. After all,
what can be expected of Pandet
Neru, heir to the Bramin caste
tradition that deny human rights
to 75,000,000 Untouchables Can
he get excited over injustice to
a comparative handful of Jews.
Same holds true of Chiang Kai-
Shek, whom General Stillwell
calls the Peanut.
State Department Chicanery
But the baffling puzzle is the
"neutral" position taken by Cuba,
Haiti, Liberia, San Domingo, et
al. These dependencies, buzzing
like moths about the U. S. orb,
would hardly venture to counter
American policy without singeing
their wings. Possibly they know
the wishes of James Forrestal
and Loy Henderson. Perhaps the
striped pants career boys in the
State Department have already
appealed to their strong sense of
self interest. Or has the Arabian-
American Oil Co. taken a tip from
the Arab League in handing out
bakshish?
Considering the mighty pull
against it, the miracle looms
greater and greater, how Israel
was ever permitted to become r.
state.
AMSTERDAM, (JTA) Chief
Rabbi Tobias Tal last week re-
presented the Dutch Jewish com-
munity at the coronation cere-
mony of Queen Juliana, who suc-
ceeds to the Netherlands throne
following the abdication of her
mother, Wilhelmina.
Other prominent leaders of the
Jewish community participated in
various ceremonies with repre-
sentatives of other faiths and cul-
tural groups as well as the armed
forces. They also joined in the
final procession with representa-
tives of all groups in the country.
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hostile, can hardly go counter to
it^ theology preached for more
then a millennium. Thus, loyalty
to the Church Doctrine may ex-
plain the reluctance of the Irish,
despite their historic hate of Eng-
land, to recognize the Israeli
State.
Asiatic Politics
India does not like to hear the
word partition. It sounds too much
like Pakistan. Her own partition
holds in store a peck of trouble.
Besides, opposition to Israel is
appeasement to Mohammendan
jntmies; as a bid for good will, it
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,


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EDITORIAL
Count Bernadotte
The paths of history are strewn with political
assassinations. The dagger, knife and gun have
never been relegated to the attic by political
fanatics in strife-torn lands. In times of political
confusion it has never been possible to keep the
crunk and the crazed from adding to the turmoil.
That this pattern has emerged in Palestine
with the assassination of Count Folke Bernadotte
is regrettable. And yet. historically speaking, it
was in a sense inevitable. When nerves are taut
and tension high in a land it can hardly be ex-
pected of all people to retain level heads. The
fanatic, even when identified, cannot be kept in
chains merely because it is suspected that he
may some day erupt true to form.
We appreciate the mounting wave of resent-
ment over the slaying of the U.N. Mediator. No
one in his right senses could have committed
such a horrible crime. There is no justification for
the murder. It cannot be condoned even if it were
assumed that the killers believed they were
motivated by high patriotism. It certainly cannot
be forgiven in the light of the fact that the bullets
which killed Count Bernadotte were aimed as
much against the heart of Israel.
The bullets which rubbed out the life of Count
Bernadotte have brought grief and tragedy not
only to his family but to Israel, its people and to
Jews everywhere. We Jews, in our peregrinations
through the centuries, never abandoned the
Biblical prescription against killing. The weapon
of death has never been our weapon.
The men who killed Count Bernadotte are
simple murderers who will pay with the supreme
penalty when apprehended and brought to trial
Any attempt to impute guilt to the state of Israel
Brush the little man away. Uncle
collectively for the crimes of individuals, as was
done by Dr. Ralph Bunche when he said "Israel
must assume full responsibility" for the assassina-
tion, is contrary to decency and to the very basic
principles of justice. It is a concept which should
at least be alien to an American.
Bernadotte's death will become a real tragedy
if it is transformed into an excuse for giving aid
and confort to Israel's enemies everywhere.
Jewish Education
The proclamation of a Jewish Education
Month by the American Association for JewJ!
Education again focuses attention on one of
the most neglected phases in Jewish life in
American-Jewish education.
There was a time in Jewish life when
there was no need for reminding parents ol
their basic obligations. Learning was a Jewish
tradition from which few deviated willingly
Craving for knowledge was instilled in the
Jewish child in the cradle. We were put to
sleep with a lullaby extolling the virtues of
the Torah and Jewishness.
Those days, unfortunately, are no more
Surrounding patterns have taken their roll. To
day our struggle is for survival rather than
fulfillment.
It is a sad, very sad, state of affairs when
Jews must be reminded of the need of educat-
ing their young through the means of an "Ed-
ucation Month." But the sad fact staring us in
the face isonly twenty-five percent of the
Jewish children in the United States are re-
ceiving a Jewish education. The rest represent
a lost generation.
We are not unaware of the almost insur-
mountable problems facing the Jewish educa-
tor in the United Statas. With the exception oi
the large cities, Jewish communal life is spread
thinly through the land. Small Jewish communities
cannot build adequate schools nor secure top-
notch teachers. The time consumed by our chil-
dren in the public schools makes it virtually im-
possible to plan Jewish education on an adequate
basis unless, of course, we think in terms of full
day schools.
And yet, it seems there is no reasonnot
even the plague of indifferencewhy seventy-
five percent of our children should not be receiv-
ing any Jewish education at all. It just makes
no sense.
How The DP Law Came Into Being
By MARTHA STARR
WASHINGTONThis year saw the passaqe of a displaced
persons bill to admit a certain number of war's unfortunate
victims to the United States. It climaxed well over two years
effort by sponsors of such legislation to loosen this country's
immigration barriers by even a tiny crack in order that the DP's
might enter to find permanent*-
homes. As the year opened one tries had been annexed by a for-
Congressional Committee was al- ejgn power, specifically the Baits.
_ ,. No person was welcome unlless he
ready in Europe studying condi- he was assurod of a hom, andd a
tions in the displaced persons without displacing an American.; committee that the mischief was
camps and another was soon to
leave.
A subcommittee
and H. Alexander Smith of New
Jersey succeeded in raising the
figure to 200,000. But other
amendments failed such as the
one to change the date and an-
other that would have inserted a
provision similar to one in the
Fellows bill to admit displaced
persons in relation to the propor-
tion in IRO camps.
The Senate finally passed the
bill on June 2. The House adopt-
ed the Fellows bill with but minor
changes on June 11.
But it was in the conference
of the House
Foreign Affairs committee headed
by Congressman James G. Fulton,
Pennsylvania Democrat, left in
the late summer and returned in
November for the special session
called by President Truman. A
group of Senators left in the early
fall to study the problem in line
with a Senate resolution passed
in July, authorizing a two-fold
investigation of the displaced per-
son problem and the general im-
migration picture.
Extensive hearings had been
held in the spring on the Stratton
bill that would have admitted
400,000 displaced persons over a
period of four years. Many lead-
ing Americans and government
officials had strongly urged that
it be passed during the next ses-
sion of Congress. But as the fall
lengthened into winter without a
move to get Congressional action
on the measure, in fact without
even a committee vote on it, it
soon became apparent that the
bill was dead and that a new one
would have to be prepared.
By March not one but two new
bills had been prepared. On
March 1 the Senate Pisplaced
Persons Subcommittee, headed by
Senator Chapman Revercomb, re-
ported favorably on a bill to ad-
mit 100,000 displaced persons over
a period of two years.
The bill was honeycombed with
restrictions, however. Only dis-
placed persons who had been in
camps in the American zones of
Germany, Austria, or Italy be-
fore Dec. 22, 1945 were eligible.
A 50 percent priority was given
Within the next few weeks at J done. Eligibility was to be de-
least 20 amendments to the bill j teimined by the Dec. 22, 1945
were introduced. Finally Demo-1 date, thereby cutting off many
cratic Senators J. Howard Mr-j hundreds of thousands of Jewish
Grath of Rhode Island and Carl; DP's who fled to the camps after
Hatch of New Mexico embodied that date. The provision to mort-
the changes in one substitute bill, gage quotas remain, and a 30 per-
amendment. They asked that the \ tent priority for Baits and a 40
number admissible be raised to percent priority for agricultural-
200,000, that the priorities for ag-
riculturists and Baits be abolished
and that the "cut-off" date be j
changed to April 21, 1947.
The changes they sought would
have made the bill very similar
to one that had been drawn up
in the meantime by Congressman
Frank Fellows, chairman of thp
House Immigration Subcommil
tee.
The Fellows bill called for the
admission of 200,000 over a 2
year period, set the cut-off date
at April 21, 1947, required certi-
fication by state authorities that
each DP would be assured of a
job and a home, and established
priorities for categories of work-
ers badly needed in this country.
Whereas the Senate bill called
for the creation of a 3-man com-
mission to set policy for the pro-
gram, the Fellows bill provided
for a single coordinator to ex-
pedite the whole program.
The most objectionaable feature
in the Fellows bill, and one that
the Senate bill had escaped, was
a provision to "mortgage" the
quotas used in the displaced per-
sons program against the future
quotas of their home countries.
This provision was bitterly fought
by Rep. Emanuel Celler and
others from the beginning be-
cause they realized that it would
tie up quotas for from 10 to over!
100 years in some cases.
After many delays the Senate'
took up the Senate bill on May
20. A vigorous fight by several
to agricultural workers and to dis- [ Republican Senators led by Sena-
placed persons whose home coun-jtois Homer Ferguson of Michigan
ists was left in. Actually, the
worst features of both the Senate
and the House bill remained in
t..e final version.
Despite any denunciations of
the bill from members of Con-
gress, from public leaders and in
vitriolic editorials, the bill Dassed
the House on June 18 and the
Senate on June 19, the closing
day of the session.
Seven days late President Tru-
man announced that "with very
great reluctance" he had signed
the bill. If the Congress was still
in session, he said, he would have
vetoed it and sent it back to
Congress for revision.
With the calling of the special
session on July 26, President Tru-
man had an opportunity to send
the bill back to Congress for the
elimination of the discriminatory
features such as the cut-off date
and the mortgaging quota pro-
vision
In the meantime the
GERMANYBabies like these, pictured at the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee's maternity center in Camp Fahrenwald, Ger-
many, are the youngest of Europe's Jewish DP's. With the Jewiih
DP birthrate one of the highest in the world. JDC must provide
vast quantities of medical supplies, special garments and extra
rations for these infants. Part of the agency's worldwide relief,
reconstruction and resettlement programs, JDC's Fahrenwald DP
maternity center is supported wth funds contributed through the
$250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal.
program
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people are being arrested and our
offices are being closed."
A confession of responsibility
for the assassinations was sent
to all foreign consulates in Jeru-
had been held up awaiting the
appointment of the three man
commission to administer the pro-
gram. On August 2 he named
Ugo Carusi, former Immigration
and Naturalization Commission-
er, Edward M. O'Connor, with 15
years experience in welfare work
with the National Catholic Wel-
fare Conference, and Harry N.
Rosenfield, delegates to the TJN
Economic and Social Council
Conference in Geneva and an as-
sistant to Federal Security Ad-
ministrator Oscar Ewing. to fill
the three posts.
And on the same day President
Truman called upon Congress to
add $2,000,000 to the initial $2,-
000,000 already set aside by the
Congress for the first year's op-
eration of the program.
And so, three years and several
months after the war ended in
Europe a number of its unfor
tunate victims were en route to
new homes in America where
they could forget the misery of
pogroms and concentration camps
and begin to remake their lives.
salem by a group which signed
itself "Hazith Hamoledeth -
Fatherland Front." The govern-
ment asserts that this is a splinter
group of the Sternist movement,
but a Sternist source insisted that
"we never heard of it." e
Fatherland Front note said: "Wf
killed Bernadotte I ecause M
worked for the British and carried
out their orders."
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1948
Jmist) ncridfiar?
Congressman Accuses State Dept.
Of Defying Truman's Aid To Israel
There are certain elements in
the State Department defying
President Truman's promise to
help thr State of Israel and are
trying to force Israel to its knees
bv prolongation of the truce, Con-
gressman Andrew L. Somers,
Brooklyn Democrat, told the press
on his return from Palestine ..this
week.
He spent two weeks in the
jlolyland on a visit of observa-
tion and was under fire.
-The truce is a serious drain
on Israel resources and it is my
opinion that Israel faces economic
ruin unless a permanent peace is
established or the war fought out
to a definite conclusion," Con-
gressman Somers declared. "In
anv case. I consider an immediate
loan of not $100,000,000 but of
$300,000,000 of vital importance.
A formally established democratic
Israel is the only sure safeguard
of American interests in the Mid-
dle East. I do not know why this
is not recognized by our State
department officials who continue
to support instead British Im-
perial policy of preventing the
Hebrews from raising the living
standard of the Arabs in the
Middle East."
Congressman Somers, a Chris-
tian of Irish decent, has long
shown a keen interest in Pales-
tire and the Hebrew people. In
1941 he introduced a resolution
in Congress urging the creation
of a Jewish army of Stateless and
Palestinian Jews to fight on the
side of the Allies. He was on an
emergency committee to Save the
Jewish People of Europe and is
o co-chairman of the American
League for a Free Palestine.
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Appealing to his fellow towns-
people for support to the JCRS,
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Services were held yesterday at
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man who passed away in At-
lantic City Saturday. He was one
of the founders of the Maxwell
Co., Inc., with headquarters at
1035 N. Miami Ave., and was
chairman of the board of di-
rectors.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Lillian
V. Greenfield, he is survived b<-
two sons, Irving and Arnold, and
two daughters, Shirley and Mrs
Grace Seiden, all of Miami
Beach; a brother Louis J. Green-
field of Seattle, Washington, a
sister Anna Edelson of San
Francisco, California, and a
grandfather.
Active pallbearers were Aaron
Kanner, Richard Bronner, John
Lowe, Herbert Scher, Samuel A.
Cohen, George Wolpert and Al-
bert Glass. Honorary pallbearers
were Joseph Richter, Joseph Mor-
ris, Sam Halpert, William Uh-
felder, Louis Brown, Moe
Godelph, Benjamin Kane, Morris
Rafkin, Arthur Feehan, Joseph
Cohen, E. B. Malone, Harry M.
Shore, Louis Ferraguzzi, Jacob
Scher, Marcie Lieberman, Jack
Dubinsky and Joseph Socolof.
Interment was at Graceland
Memorial Park cemetery and
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, officiated.
Funeral services, which were
originally scheduled for Tuesday,
were under the direction of Beach
Memorial chapel.
Following an early visit to Mi-
ami in 1899, Mr. Greenfield re-
turned to Miami in 1925 from
Philadelphia to make his home
here. The furniture executive and
his wife celebrated their 40th
wedding anniversary in April, at
their home 2315 N. Meridian Ave.
He and his wife had left Mi-
ami in July for a vacation in the
east, and Mr. Greenfield was
stricken with an attack of
pneumonia while in Atlantic City.
Members of his family were at
his bedside when he died.
PAGE five
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New Beach Center
Edifice Is Ready For
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Despite seemingly unsurmount-
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Center will hold High Holy Day
services in its new location at
Washington Ave. and 17th St. Re-
servations may be made at the
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by calling 58-2503. The office is
open evenings.
In making this announcement
Rabbi Irving Lehrman stated:
"Every seat in the new syna-
gogue will mean another link in
the beautiful chain of loyalty to
our faith and our God. Every
bench in our classrooms will moan
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Our Film Folk
HOLLYWOOD-"01iver Twist." | Irene often accompanied her
J Arthur Rank's Mmization of father to New York to seek book-
ieAChar.ef Dickens' novel, i. U and fluently won to h
film has been charged in some David O. Selznick. Irene was re-
quarters with having anti- j cently active in Coast Mm pro-
Semitic overtones ar.d studio ex- ductjoni but always had a v< I
ecutives are now searching for a legitimate theatrical
recipe to send the picture to Amer- becme h ,
icin screens without encouraging producer. Studios nave
relfgioi discrimination. This is bid as high as $1,000,000 for rights
in
to film the stage play!

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the chief reason for the delay
releasing the picture.
The film company is approach- (
ir.g the question carefully
with an attempt at a
Oliver Twist" has a..
sevened for the Anti-Defama- between $9,000,000 and S10.00U.-
tion League and it is understood 1000 in fiim rentals before s ow
Ingnd Bergman's new picture
careiuuv uuu|"Joan of Arc," which RKO is'
an open mind, releasing and which was pro<
already been \, Walter Wang r, must
the League has not condemned
the film, being inclined to accept
the issue of "authentic Dickens,
but is seriously considering
posssible impact on the America:-.
public.
Complaints against -Oliver
center on the part of Fagin. Fol-
lowing closely to the original
Cruikshank illustrations of the
novel, the film's producers gave
Fagin the long, ill-kempt beard
and hooked nose of those skel
Bv coincidence only, it is said,
that very characterization was
widely used by the Nazis in then
film treatises of hate produced un-
der Adolf Hitler. Wlule the novel
refers to Fagin as a Jew. the film
skirts actual mention of that
point. ,
Another blast at the picture for
its "blatant anti-Semitism" was
delivered this week by the New
York Board of Rabbis in a cable
to Eric Johnston, head of Holly-
wood's motion picture producer
association. The Rabbis asked
Johnston to do everything possi-
ble to keep the film off the
screens here because the "vilhan-
ous Fagin as a central figure is a
horrid sterotype, certain to stir
up in the public mind hatred and
prejudice." Showing of this film
"in one American theatre will
undo all the splendid work ol
such American films us "Gentle-
man's Agreement" and "Cross-
fire," they said.
*
Irene M. Selznick. who hai
clicked as a manager with hei
first gold-plated Broadway pre-
sentation, "A Streetcar Named
Desire." which opened to terrific
raves in December of last year,
is no newcomer to the theatre.
She became intsrested in show
business as a youngster in Haver
hill, Mass. Her father, Louis B
Mayer, operated a theatre thert
which played touring shows. That
was long before he entered the
motion picture field to become
head of Metro-Goldwyn-Muyei
a profit! Only four pictun
-Birth of a Nation." "Gone with
the Wind," "Best Years of Our
Lives," and "Duel in the Sun
.. earned that much

In line with the new trend to-
ward films tor television. Eddie
Cantor revealed plan.- over the
weekend to tee off his own tele-
film production in t i lut"
u.v. According to Ed efits
, con edians in using film
many, including the advantagi -
of being better ab!, to time gags,
L Jack Benny, meanwhile, is also
thinking of going into telefi
the same reas<
m?
production for
as Cantor.

MGM's cash settlement with
executive producer Sam Katz Is
SI 000.000. For this the producer,
who had several more years to go
on his contract, waives the re-
tirement income. The company
had sent out an elaborate story
about Katz returning to theatre
operation, but it's an open sescret
that other important metro studio
letouts impend. These are people-
in the same S3.000-S5.000 per
week class as Katz.
ItaiianlrrLeave
Country At Fast
Rate For Israel
ROME. (JTA)-Jewish leaders
this week reported here that
since early last month the legal
emigration of displaced Jews from
Italy to Israel ha* been increas-
ing "at a terrific rate. It is now
expected that some 18,000 refu-
will have been cleared out
,1 DP camps, training centers
and residences in the major
Italian cities within another
month, they said.
Before the mass migration to
Israel began, there were an esti-
mated 12.000 Jews in DP camps.
8.000 in training centers and 5,-
000 living in the cities. By the
end of S< ptember or the beginning
of October it is hoped to reduce
that total to 3.000 in the camps
all with destinations other than
14.000 in the cities and
!( veral hundred in the centers.
At present the training centers
are being used for transients only
and are being closed up one by
one.
The atmosphere in the camps
is one of intense excitement. The
immigrants have prepared their
few belongings weeks in advance
of their actual movement. They
have purchased some things
which they believe they will need
in Israel and have sold bulky or
unnecessary property which they
have acquired during their stay
in Italy. The I.R.O., which makes
no attempt to interfere with the
movement of the displaced Jews.
does not provide them with a
new set of clothing and a blanket
such as are given to immigrants
transported by the I.R.O. to Can-
ada. Latin America and else-
where.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24.
1948
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+Jewisti noridUan
PAGE SEVEN
Dr. Goldstein, Jewish Agency Treasurer
Returns From Israel; Says Truce Is Strain
NEW YORKDr. Israel Goldstein, newly elected treasurer
of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, who returned here last
Saturday by air from Israel, described the current truce in the
Jewish State as a "terrible strain upon the economy of the
country since it keeps large numbers of men and women mobil-
ized for war but immobilized needed and can find in Israel a
from industry and agriculture."
At the same time Dr. Goldstein,
who is also national chairman of
the United Palestine Appeal, de-
clared that the government of Is-
rael "looks to the United States
government for economic aid in
the form of an immediate loan
enabling the government of Is-
rael to undertake constructive
projects for expanding the eco-
nomic absorptive capacity of the
country."
(Informed of the assasination
of County Folke Bernadotte and
his French aide Col. Andre Serot,
Dr. Goldstein expressed extreme
shock and labeled it a "horrible
crime." He added that "Jews and
non-Jews join in condemning it
unsparingly and in hoping that
such unspeakable acts will not be
repeated").
More than 40,000 Jews have
entered Israel since it was es-
tablished, Dr. Goldstein disclosed,
adding that Jewish migrants to
Israel are coming in at the rate
of 10,000 a month, six times the
amount permitted by the British
Mandatory regime. He emphas-
ized that "American Jewry will
have to provide the major por-
tion of the necessary funds" for
the rehabilitation and resettle-
ment program and said that "the
job of managing this huge pro-
gram is the responsibility of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine.'"
The Jewish Agency treasurer
declared that "Israel is willing
to carry its share of the burden
which is a heavy one because an
immigration of 120,000 a year
imposed upon a total population
of 750,000 is the equivalent of an
immigration of 20,000,000 into the
United States in one year."
Regarding Israel's opportuni-
ties for the investment of private
capital, Dr. Goldstein described it
as a rapidly growing country
with a prospective population in-
crease of 15 to 20 percent a year
by immigration alone. He dis-
closed that "the most immediate
and most acute need is housing"
has succeeded
now Finance
worthwhile field.
Dr. Goldstein
Eliezer Kaplan,
Minister of Israel, as the treasurer
of the Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine, and, in a few weeks, will
return to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
to assume the duties of his new
office for the coming year. In
this country, as national chair-
man of the United Palestine Ap-
peal, he is also co-chairman of
the $250,000,000 United Jewish
Appeal campaign which helps to
finance the world-wide program
of relief, rehabilitation and re-
settlement of displaced Jews.
Lipsiiv Head*
Delegation To
U.N. Assembly
NEW YORKThe American
Jewish Conference will be re-
presented at the third regular
session of the General Assembly
of the United Nations by a four-
man delegation headed by Louis
Lipsky of New York, chairman
of its executive committee.
Other members of the delega-
tion are Col. Bernard Bernstein,
Miss Jane Evans, and Maurice
Bisgyer, who is already in Paris,
delegation will act
The
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Hebrew Academy PTA
Holds First Meeting
The Parent-Teachers association
of the Hebrew Academy is invit-
ing the parents of its students to
attend the first general meeting
of the P-TA to be held Tuesday,
spokesman for the 62 national or-
ganizations affiliated with the con-
ference and will continue at this
session of the Assembly the pro-
gram which was carried on at
previous sessions. It will endeavor
to establish, as it did at the con-
ference of Paris, which considered
the peace treaties with former
Axis satellites, a united Jewish
front.
The delegation will concern it-
self with giving such aid and as-
sistance to the government of Is-
rael as may be called for by the
situation in the effort of the gov-
ernment of Israel to secure at this
session the fulfillment of the UN
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Dick Stern, local radio person-
ality, spoke at the Teen Age
Night Bt the Miami Beach YM &
YWHA, Wednesday night, Sept.
15, on "The Art of Being a Disc
Jockey and Master of Cere-
monies."
He gave the 100 teen-agers val-
uable suggestions and techniques
for the use of the microphone.
As a result of the program, a
Disc Jockey club is being formed
at the Y which will meet every
Wednesday at 9 p.m., which Mr.
Stern has promised to assist.
The group is interested in spon-
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Sept. 28, at 12:30 p.m. at the i resolution adopted on November
29 and admission to membership
in the United Nations.
Other matters of concern to the
delegates will be the promulga-
home of Mrs. Irving Frankel, 245
18th St., Miami Beach. A dessert
social and program are in store
for those who attend.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1948
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Personally Speaking
Rabbi Shapiro
Unites Spectors ^ ^ Mrg Edward Merlin have moved into their new
Miss Ann Cavalier, daughter of q q MiQmi Ave
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cavalier. 6828, me
S. Waterway Dr.. Miami, became Qhelborne hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
rSftMSWSffi; WimHoroTnN5ewVoh* 5R S -*- o, may
held at the home of the groom's song hits in collaboration with Frank Loesser.
parents. Mr. ard Mrs. S. J. Spec- *
tor, 1824 Briekell Ave. Rabbi, Dr Qnd ^ Samuel Aronovitz, 3922 Garden Ave., have
Max Shapiro officiated ; .ieturned from the north. They left with their, daughter and son-
JEsSd* EnTon VS5 ---law. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kent, who have remained m N. Y.
Spector home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis j ^,
Spector. brother and sister-in- Dr and Mrs. George Graham and son have returned trom
law of the groom attended the visiting friends and relatives in New York, Baltimore and bt.
couple. .....'Petersburg, Fla.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Harry Gordon left yesterday to attend the
:ist annual convention of the Jewish Funeral Directors of Amer-
:cc in Chicago this weekend.
Mrs. Spector attended school- *
... New Jersey, while herhus- ^ Qnd ^frg samuei Bossak and daughter. Sandra, of 3894
Senior'' Hi|rTschcS. He" served N.W. 2nd Terr, recently returned from vacationing in Tenmar.
for three years with the Arrr.\ Pennsylvania.
Engineers during the W r n ... the ^ of
A family dinner in the Specto--
garden house followed the cere-
mony. The couple will fly I
Cuba and wil tour the state this
week.
in
now associated with his ".
Spector and Sons, builders
Miami Hadassah
Opens Season
a
Dr. Selinsky Reports
On London Congress
The world's "slum children"
will become the world's acute
mental health problem, Dr. Her-
man Selinsky told a group meet-
ing last week in Unitarian House
on Briekell Ave. This marked
Dr. Selinsky's second public ad-
dress since his recent return from
the International Congress on
Mental Health held in London.
The millions of displaced chil-
dren growing up in attitudes of
groat insecurity may be urged to
express their protest in violent
action and anti-social conduct,
he warned. Present programs for
handling their problems are in-
adequate because of lack of funds.
he pointed out.
Affirmed, however, at the Lon-
don sessions was the resolution
to establish a World Federation
of Mental Health. Contained in
its fiamework will be subdivisions
built in every country whose func-
tion will be the promotion of
better group relations. Mainly
through good group relations, Dr
The Miami grouj ; H
will hold its
the year Monday. Sepl 27
1:30 p.m. at the Miami YMHA
Winner of the 1945 Marian An-
derson award in Philadelphia
*
Mr and Mrs. Abe Berkowitz announce
iauahter Arline Linda on Sectember 15.
* "* *
v M -..._ Rodenbera daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Rodenber" :: Miami Beach returned this week after having Selinsky "said,"can hostilities and
J.'.rj--. \---------- ;^:i:;r.; at Syracuse university and vacation- national resentments be con-
quered, along with the "three
horsemen" riding todayignor-
ance, superstitution, and fanatic-
ism.
Miami physicians attending the
Thursday meeting included Dr. S.
Gertman and Dr. Reuben Roch
kind.
.::j
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returned this week after visiting her
Zati in Philadelphia. She also visited
Atlantic City.
ft -ft -ft
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz and family, Morton and
Miss Leatrice Fay Drazin. color-1 Atlin# returned recently from vacationing in Cleveland and
tura soprano, will hiehlight the __ *
Tndianapohs.
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Mrs. Sylvia Weissberger of New York is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Neuman and their daughter, Judith. They live at
CO S.W. 52nd Ave.
Martin Rabinowitz
Weds Philadclphian
Miss Henrietta Robbins of Phil-
adelphia will become the bride
of Martin Rabinowitz of Miami
in Philadelphia, Sept. 28. at the
Warwick hotel. Rabbi Mortimer
Cohen will officiate.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Robbins, at-
tended schools in Philadelphia.
Mr. Rabinowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Rabinowitz of 2373
S.W. 16th Terr., will be attended
by his brother Morton Perry. He
attended schools in Philadelphia
and served in the Army Medical
corps four years.
Following a reception, the
couple will honeymoon in Ber-
muda, after which they will make
their home in Miami.
Miamians attending the wed-
ding will be Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rabinowitz. the groom's aunt and
uncle, and Dr. Arthur Rose.
program.
be Mrs.
musical portion of ti>e
Her accompanist will
Irving Genet.
Urder the direction of Mrs. Sol
Rovin. the organization's drama-
tic group will present a nlav en-
titled. "The First 100 Members
Are the Hardest." The east in-
cludes Mrs. Ernest Chernoff, Mrs.
Jack Fisbman. Mrs. Lionel Sil-
verman. Mrs. Nat Davidow, Mrs.
Harry Laufer. Mrs. David Hess
ard Mrs. Louis Sternchcin.
In urcing new members to join.
Hadassah emphasizes the great
task it has in aiding its agencies
in the new State of Israel. Among
them arc Hadassah's medical or-
ganization, its child welfare and
youth aliyah program, its national
fund purchases of land, and it!
reforestation project.
Mrs. J. H. Weitzner was hostess
at a get-acquainted party for new
members at her home, 1945 S.W.
22nd Ave.. yesterday. The guests
met. formally with the officers and
were entertained with a review
of "Blessed Is the Match" pre-
sented by Mrs. Bernard Levitin
11
ll.iol.-iNs.ili 8n'\v
Names fll airmen
Toby Cooper, president of the
Miami Beach Unit of Junior ''
dassah, anounced that th folow-
ing chairmen will servo during
the coming year:
Membership, Beverly Raphae'
and Phoebe Koondel: fund-rais-
ing, Roslyn Worth Soltz: youns
Judea. Selma Lewis; organization,
Florence Hildebrandt: publicity.
Rhoda Cairiin: telephone, Annette
Mclish: Jewish National Fund,
Harriet Seigel; Youth Aliyah.
J?: ice Goldinger: American af-
fairs, Naomi Segal; political af-
fairs, Libby Hochman; education.
Muriel Rooff: program. Mania
Levin; hospitality Natalie Sam-
uels; correspondence, Roslyn El-
baum: Kol Aliyah, Marian Her-
man; and bul'et'n, Kaylee Raffel
Mrs. Roslyn W. Soltz. .vice
president in charge of fund-rais-
ing, announced that p.'ais ire.
being form .dated to celebrnte the
Jewish New Year by a "Holiday
Hop" d?nce on Saturday, October
0 at the Raleigh hotel
Cuban, Chicagoan Married Here
Miami Beach provided the set-1 couple left for a tour of the east-
ting for the wedding of Missjern states after which they will
Susana Ojalvo y Assco of Guan-
tanamo, Cuba and Morris Blcck-
man of Chicago, 111., who were
married by Rabbi Moses Mes-
crelotf at the Rabbi's home, Sept.
12. Cantor Louis Feder assisted.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Vitali Ojalvo, was at-
tended by her sisters, Miss Louisa
Ojalvo y Asseo, maid of honor,
and Mrs. James E. Guilory, ma-
tron of honor.
Mrs. K. Schaechter, the bride's
aunt, was also in the bridal party.
She and her son, Joseph, came
here from Istanbul, Turkey, for
the wedding.
The groom, the son of Mrs.
Joseph Bleckman, was attended
by Edwin McPherson of Boston.
Mrs. Bleckman is a graduate of
the University of Havana opteme-
try school. Her husband served
four years in the Navy during
the war.
Following a reception, the
Mrs. Glickman Presides
At Congress Meeting
Mrs. Leonard Glickman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, Flor
ida Women's Division, has called
the first meeting of the board of
directors to be held on Monday
at 1 o'clock at the Vanderbilt
hotel. Program planning for the
make their home in Chicago I "*** season wiU be n the
where Mr. Bleckman is in busi-
ness.
Tampa Engagement
Of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peretzman,
807 E. Pal mAve., Tampa, Fla.,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Helen to Robert William
Schulman of Atlanta, Ga., the
son of Mrs. Mollie B. Schulman.
Miss Peretzman is the neice
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretz-
man of Miami Beach and Mrs.
Lottie Gershon of Miami. A na-
tive of Tampa, the bride-elect
was graduated from Hillsborough
High school and later attended
Tampa Business university. She
is a member of Junior Hadassah
and Junior Council.
Starlight" Dance
Held By Emanons
The Emanon club will sponsor
a "Starlight" dance at the Miami
YMHA, Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9
T m. Leo Fisk and his five-piece
orchestra will play for the danc-
irg in the auditorium and out-
side patio.
The highlight of the evening
will be a rhumba contest judged
by local dance instructors. Irving
Marcus, dance committee chair-
man, announces that tickets will
be 65 cents for members and
$1.00 for other guests
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Sponsors Games Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold a games party
on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the
Shelborne hotel, according to Mrs.
Louis J. Krensky, president. Mrs
Abe Blatt is chairman, assisted
by Mrs. Louis Stoff, co-chairman.
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Lester Korshak will be in charge
of refreshments and ticket sales
will be handled by Mrs. Alex
Robbins. All proceeds will be
used for the religious school.
Amvets Active In
Juvenile Work
The AMVETS, Robert Richter
Post No. 11, will hear an address
by Miss Lois Parks, assistant di-
rector of Social Agencies, at a
meeting on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
in the Post headquarters, 237 5th
St. Miss Parks will speak on "The
Veterans and Citizens Part in
Curbing Juvenile Delinquency."
The AMVETS, at the invitation
of Mayor Marcie Liberman, mem-
ber r,f the Mayors Steering Com-
mittee, are holding the meeting
as one of their steps towards the
juvenile delinquency program in
the Greater Miami area.
Girls, 18-25, Invited
To Jr. Hadassah Tea
Girls between the ages of 18
and 25 are invited to attend the
Orchid Tea which the Miami
Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold on Thursday at 8 p.m.
at the Robert Richter hotel. This
will be the first of a series of teas
planned by the group to enroll
new member<; Beverly Raphael
and Phoebe Koondel are in charge
of the affair, assisted by Roslyn
Elbaum, correspondence commit-
no: Natalie Samuels, hospitality:
Marcia Levin, program; and
Rhoda Caidin, publicity. Refresh.
iris will be served following a
program of entertainment
Moss liar Mitzvah
Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Moss, 2024 S.W. 20th St.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
A reception will follow the serv-
ices. Alvin is a student at Shenan-
doah Jr. High school.
Correction
The caption appearing under
the picture of Miss Rita Solomon
as "Mrs Sam LeVine" in last
week's Floridian was in error.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding of Miss Solomon to Mr. Le-
Vine, whose engagement was an-
nounced at the Raleigh hotel on
September 9.
Yiddish Movie Scheduled
The Golden age club of the
Miami Y will sponsor a Yiddish
movie, "The Jewish Melody,"
Monday night at 8:15, announces
Jules Samuels, activities director.
Registration For Hebrew
Registration for Hebrew courses
at the University of Miami will
take place September 28, 29, 30
and October 1 at the Administra-
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infant care. The baby clinic at Castel Gondolfo is part of JDC
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Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, of
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been appointed to the ten-man
National Kashruth Commission of
the Rabbinical Council of America
for the Ihird consecutive year.
He has also been appointed to
the Committee on Regions, which
is arranging for annual regional
conferences for the strengthening
of traditional Judaism and its or-
ganization under the Orthodox
Union.
The National Kashruth Com-
.mission studies and passes upon
the religious dietary permissi-
bility of all kosher products of-
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It's back home for these Jewish refugee youngsters as they
arrive at the Berlin train station after three months of vacationing
in Switzerland under a special project sponsored by the Joint
Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed
Jews overseas.
They were among 38 children, aged 5 to 15, chosen by Berlin
Jewish community officials as those in greatest need of special
diet and care. The youngsters, who stayed with Swiss Jewish
families or in children's homes, returned heavier in weight,
healthier and happier, reported their parents.
JDC, which organized the children's Swiss holiday, helps
provide for the welfare and care of 140,000 European Jewish
boys and girls.
Tagrin Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Esther Tagrin,
late wife of Ned Tagrin, will be
held Friday, Oct. 1, at Mt. Nebo
cemetery at 11 a.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate under the
direction of Gordon Monument
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I {
MGE TEN
Capital Spotlight
WASHINGTON Israel's in-
tensifying efforts to secure di-
plorr.atic recognition from the na-
tions of the world are being
closely watched by diplomatic
circles here, who find it easy tc
follow the fledgling state's m v>
In addition to these cultural:
tures, Israeli have been con-j
ting trade discussions all over;
the world. Economic negotiations;
have been launched in Denmark
ar.d Scandinavia. It has been re-
ported that Israel now occupies:
SfEttraTJ*? s. pu- 2-----
reel's diplomatic activities else-
where than in this country are
starklv silhouetted when placea
against the background of in-
activity in Washington where Is-
rael's de jure recognition is con-
cerned.
But while U.S. recognition .or
Israel stultifies as campaigntig-
uies in and out of the Unite
House weigh the political pros anc
exports, due to visits to Prague
by Ruben Burstin. political sec-
retary of the Histadruth. and Gen-
eral David Shaltiel, of the Israeli
Army.
While the Israeli have stepped
ud their intercourse with tr.e
world, however, it has not been
overlooked in Washington that
the Arabs have been doing
ington have been watching wax to'spain^-citadel of France
movements. Here are some they g-u p^ ^^ ^ ^
see: with the r.ot-so-tacit support of
Latin American countries, for with m>no ^ ^
example, are being toured by a several o g h ^^ ^
high Israeli government person- w
age He is Moises A. Toff, the Spam.
new state's undersecretary for, Lebanon js contemplating tr.e
Foreign Affairs. Toff is a spe- establishn-.ent of an Arabic paper
cialist on Latin American a.fairs. m Madncj. \0 present the Arab
and has been greeted a. sue. by viewpoint The paper would be
the foreign offices of the Spanish- b:.linguai. The Lebanese emis-
speakmg Republics of this hemi- tQ Spain t0 expi0re this pos-
sphere. Their higr. officials have sj-r-litv toid Franco's newsmen m
been meeting with Toff. The>' I Madrid that -Spain is the only
have been talking about recogni-
tion of Israel, commercial and
economic ties, cultural relations,
and all the matters attendant on
a new and friendly state's en-
trance into the world community.
Although the Buenos Aires
radio heavily publicized the visit
of Toff to Argentina, few reports
have appeared in the American
press about the circulation
through Pan-American states of
Israeli emissaries. The warm re-
ception given Toff in Paraguay
was reported only sketchily, de-
spite the swift recognition Para-
guay then afforded Israel.
Observers here believe they
have a reason for this silent treat-
ment of Israel's diplomatic pro.
gress. If the American people
knew the extent of this upsurge
of friendship for Israel from other
countries of the world which
upsurge is leaving the United
States lagging back as far as
Britain in this respectthey
would increase pressure on the
Administration to recognize the
new state forthwith.
And this might abort our State
Department's attitude and sched-
ule of just when it will follow
suit.
Another evidence of Israel s
entry into world affairs has been
reported from Rome. Washington
has learned that the Italian gov-
ernment was pleased when Tel
Aviv inaugurated Italian-lan-
guage programs from Israel. The
Rome radio recently lauded "this
new link between Israel and
Italy" and expressed its pleasure
at the Tel Aviv radio's comment
that "we shall never forget that
the Italians saved the largest
number of Jews during the Nazi
persecutions."
European country that offers tr.e
Arab world an example of guar-
antees and sincerity. The cordial-
ity between the Arab countries
and Spain causes a daily growth
of this exchange of love and
sympathy."
Saudi Arabia has just ex-
changed notes with Franco which
will lead to resumption of di-
plomatic relations between the
two countries.
Egypt, too. is being approached
by Franco's diplomats who, ac-
cording to the Cairo press, "are
carrying out negotiations in Arab
countries." These, it was added,
"will probably end successfully,"
and the Arab League will have
an anchor to the West in the form
of Franco friendship.
>Jenish fkridfci_
Rabbi Heller Resign
From ZOA Group
Rabbi James G. Heller of On-
cinnati. chairman of the Un.ted
Jewish Appeal and former chair-
man of the UPA has resigned
from the Zionist Organization of
America and affiliated himself
with the Labor Zionist Organiza-
;;; fA,,r:c, Poale Zinn it
announced today by the LZOA
In a letter to Dr. Berl Frymer.
executive secretary of the UUA.
Rabbi Heller stated that he was
deeplv out of sympathy with
the present policy of the ZOA.
and declared his intention to join
in unity with "the spirit of justice
and of'idealism that characterizes
the Histadrut." It was as a result
of these feelings that Rabbi Heller
left the ZOA to join the LZOA-
Poale Zion.
A significant leader in Ameri-
can and Jewish life for many
years, Rabbi Heller was chairman
"of the Administrative Council of
tr.e Zionist Organization, and
member of its executive commit-
tee. He was a member of the
committee which revised the
Union Praver Book and Union
Hymnal and the latter includes
a considerable number of his own
compositions.
In his own community Rabbi
Heller is rabbi of the Isaac M.
Wise Temple.
For four years he was a mem-
ber of the Cincinnati Board of
Education, an elective position.
He was one of the founders, and
for two years president of the
Cincinnati Peace League.
The LZOA-Poale Zion is the
American counterpart of the gov-
ernment party in Israel, MAPAI.
which numbers among its mem-
bers David Ben Gurion, Premier.
Baruch Zuckerman is president
of the American organization.
I Fraternity Presents
I Ambulance For Israel
Alpha Zeta Omega, national
pharmaceutical fraternity, has
presented a fully equipped army
type ambulance for shipment to
grael. Louis Gressel, of Cleve-
land, in presenting the ambul-
ance to Hadassah, Women's Zion-
ist organization of America, said
that through this gift the phar.
maceutical profession wanted to
convey a concrete expression of
their solidarity with the Jews of
Israel. The machine will be
-hipped on Saturday and will be
used at St. Joseph's Convent, one
of three emergency hospitals
which Hadassah is now operating
in Jerusalem.
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Jcniti fhoridiain
PAGE ELEVEN
Off the Record
5S55i to' official Wash-
ington informs us that President
Truman's Rosh Hashonah mes-
" ,o the Jews of America will
make no reference to the state
3 Tm-ael the greatest historic fact
t jc^'h history in the past 2,000
vests The President has evi-
d< nt'ly been ill advised .. His
omission of reference to that his-
toric fact will become even more
elaring by comparison with what
Governor Dewey plans to say
about the rise of the Jewish state
in his Rosh Hashonah greeting. .
BUILDING THE PEACE ...
As far as the State Department
is concerned Israel does not seem
to exist even though it has re-
ceived de facto recognition from
the President of the U.S. A
recent pamphlet published by the
State Department lists the various
states and countries in the Near
Fa-', but omits the state of Is-
r'ei The pamphlet, the six-
teenth of a series entitled "Build-
ing the Peace," refers to the uni-
oue religious significance of the
Holy Land and to America fi-
nancial cultural and humani-
tarian interests in Palestine .
Because of strategic considera-
tions, the booklet says, the U-Sv
acnires for a solution which would
orevent the utilization of the cur.
rCnt situation by disturbing ele-
ments and influences ..
ORCHIDS ... .
Benjamin Lazrus, chairman of
the 31st annual campaign of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York, comes of
a family with wide participation
in Jewish communal affairs .
One of his brothers, Oscar, is r
member of the Federation's board
of trustees, and another, Ralph is
treasurer of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency Moses Leayitt
has established himself an inter-
national reputation for a sober,
realistic grasp of the many com-
plicated problems the JDC has
to cope with ... He has gained
the admiration of everybody he
encountered in his work by al-
ways adopting an utterly frank
and realistic attitude ... The JDC
is fortunate in having Leavitt
as its highest executive in this
critical period Among the
prominent layment who partici-
pated in the recent conference of
the "National Workshop on In-
tegrated Education" at the Uni-
versity of New Hampshire was
Julius Stulman Stulman is a
member of the "Foundation for
Integrated Education," sponsors
of the seminar. Educators who
attended the conference say
Stulman held a most brilliant
though extemporaneous address
... He spoke on education in in-
dustry ... Mr. Stulman has for
many years been active in Jew-
ish communal work and educa-
tion ... He is a student of Jewish
religious movements, particularly
of chassidim The New York
board of rabbis, through its gen-
eral-secretary Rabbi Harold H
Gordon, has done an excellent job
in exposing the British-made
anti-Semitic film "Oliver Twist"
and in trying to stop the film
from being shown in the United
States Bernard Reder's ex-
hibit at the Museum of Moderr.
Art in New York City stamp.'
him as one of the great con-
temporary sculptors There is
no doubt that this Rumanian-
born Jew is destined to hold a
unique place in the world of sculp,
tural arts .
BOOK BROWSING
Sumr.er Welles, "We Need Not
Fail," published by Houghton Mif-
flin Company, is more than mere
ly a discussion of the Palestine
issue ... As former assistant Un-
der-Secretary of State, the au-
thor is qualified as few men are
to deal with the problem from
the point of view of its global im-
plications Mr. Welles raises
the question whether Palestine is
to be one more defeat for col-
lective security and a link in the
fatal chair of appeasement think-
ing which culminated in the
Munich tragedy ... An interest,
ing book slated for early publica-
tion by Farrar, Straus and Com-
pany is "Pilgrims in a New Land"
by Lee M. Friedman The col-
lected essays trace the impact
of the Jew on America since the
pre-Revolutionary days When
reading Merriman Smith's "A
President is Many Men," publish,
ed by Harper & Brothers, you
wonder why any one is fool
enough to have presidential am-
bitions You get the answer
when thumbing through the pages
of "Presidents on Parade" by
Hirst D. Milhollen and Milton
Kaplan, a pictorial history of the
Presidents of the U.S. ... It is
one of Macmillan's finest book
products Publication of "Un-
der the Fig Tree" by Itzhak Shen-
berg is another link in the high
accomplishments of Shocken
Books ... The short stories mifror
life and the universal concerns
of life even though they breathe
the air of Palestine so profound-
ly Delmore Schwartz's "The
World is a Wedding," consisting
of two short novels and five short
stories, establishes the author as
one of America's most brilliant
writers The title is delight-
fully Jewish The central fig-
ure of the story bearing the
book's title is a Jew symbolizing
modern man's reaction to the tur-
moil, disorder and confusion of
modern life The book is a
feather in the cap of its publisher,
New Directions ... A "Treasury
of American Drawings," by
Charles E. Slatkin and Regina
Shoolman, is more than what the
title claims it to be It is a
treasury of American art .
There have been many attempts
in that direction, but it will be
long before the excellence of the
volume, published by the Oxford
University Press, will be equalled,
let alone surpassed.
Hebrew Calendar
5708 1948
Rosh Chodesh Ellul-------
Sept. 5
5709 1948
Rosh Hashonah, 1st day....
Hosh Hashonah, 2nd day
Fast of Uedallah .........--------
Shahhath Shuvah ....................
Yora Klppur ...........---------------
Sucooth, 1st day...................
Succoth, 2nd day ....................
Hashanuh Habba .............-------
EThemlnl Atsereth ....................
Blmchath Torah .......................
Rosh Chodesh, Cheshvan ..
Rosh Chodesh, Klslev__........
Chanukah, 1st day ......_..........
Chanukah, 2nd day _.....
_..Oct. 4
Oct. 5
...Oct. 6
... Oct. 9
...Oct. 13
...Oct. 18
.....Oct. 19
_. Oct. 24
..Oct. 25
.....Oct. 26
. Nov. 3
... Dec. 3
...Dec. 27
...Dec. 28
Also observed previous day.
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Special
The Jewish Floridian
Want to start a business?
Don't pick England. "England."
repoits William D. Singer, "still
encourages monopolies and cartels
to such an ex-
tent that a mid-
dle-classs man
would find ;- cx
titiriely difficult
! not only to get
[supplies, but
oven to get a lo-
I cation."
That's or.e of
I the fr.cts di-
Jvulged at Tem-
ple Israel's spe-
Helen Alpert cjaj platform -
tour of Europe last Wednesday
evening. Primary participants
were the several Greater Mi-
amians who. newly returned from
the continent, had been among
the 250 000 Americans flocking
abroad this summer "to see what's
going on."
Answering questions were Mr.
and Mrs. Sineer. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
B. Ruskin and Leon Ell. Con-
tributors from the audience were
Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. J.
Brown from Czechoslovakia.
Morris Klass and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman served as moderators.
Of them all, Mr. Ell succeeded
also in visiting the State of
Israel. Scheduled to appear, but
not yet arrived home, were the
Sam Blanks and the Sam Lubys
Wews of pronounced senti-
mental appeal revealed that
evening is that at this moment
on the high seas a cargo of
cement is on its way to Miami.
The cement is from Israel!
The travelers' survey was in-
formal. Here's what was said |
spontaneously and unrehearsed:
Leon Ell: "I arrived in Haifa on
August 12. My first impression
has enduredthat Israel is in a
state of elation, but with its feet
on the ground. Politically, there
seems a beautiful harmony of all
groups. Economically, if thi*
truce continues indefinitely. Is-
rael will be harmed, fcecause
100.000 have beer, taken out of
! production in a nation of 750.000
. Yes. I saw miles and miles
of rubble, but it was Arab vil-
' lages. mostly. Our cities there
e hardly damaged There
is a terrific shortage of housing.
But they're outdoing even Miami
Beach in speed-construction!"
Mrs. Orovitz: "No, it's not true
T :anced with Clark Gable on
I the boat. But he was well taken
1 care of. anyway!"
Dan Ruskin: "This news about
Clark Gable certainly got around
fast. I have proof positive, since
you're interested. 1 had my movie
camera with me. and while he
was talking to our wives on the
. he graciously posed for me,"
Mrs. Ruskin: "In Paris, we
looked to see who was wearing
anything. The only ones were our
own American tourists. All
through Europe, the people were
very shabbily dressed."
William Singer: "It stems to
me that the present Labor gov-
rnment in England is more capi-
talistic than our capitalistic gov-
ernment here The aristocrats
are still in control ... I saw no
anti-Semitism and talked to many
non-Jews. They're disturbed by
t.e fact that we consider then:
anti-Semitic: they think they have
f/roblems' that the Jews don't
und.i-.tand ... Do European
want to go to Israel? In
.ifir heart, I think they'd all
prefer to come to Amenta. But
the chance is so remote that they
say they'd like to go to Palestine."
Leon Ell: "Can the Jews hold
on to the additional territory
Leon J. Ell. who also visited
Israel, participated in the plat-
form talks.
they've conquered? They're cer.
tain of Jerusalem."
Dan Ruskin: 'Is war im-
minent?' Of course I was also
interested in this question. If
war occurs between the Soviet
Union and Britain, France
would stay out of it. Generally,
they feel there is no war im-
pending ."
Dan Ruskin: How do hotel
rates in Europe compare with
Miami Beach?' In the Savoy Ho-
tel in Florence, we occupied a
beautiful, spacious room. I asked
the manager how much a double-
room would cost for a friend of
mine, and he said, 'I will give
him the best double-room we
have. The rate is 4 a day.' Does
that answer it?"
Mrs. Singer: "Yes, I visited a
syngagogue in Florence. It was
the most beautiful structure I've
ever seen, in this era. The Rabbi
spoke only Hebrew and Italian,
no Yiddish."
Mrs. Ruskin: "Yes, we visited |
the Pope. As Rabbi Zwitman
says, it was quite funny. It was
on our booked tour. There we
weresix Jews piling into a
limousine at 11 o'clock on a Satur-
day morning to have an audience
withthe Pope! He seems par-
ticularly interested in Ameri-
cans." ,
Morris Klass: "which brings
up the question of the Marshall
Plan and is it working ... I re-
ceived a card from Max during
the summer and he wrote: 'If the
Marshall Plan doesn't put Europe
on its feet, we from Miami will!"
Max Orovitz: "There's no ques-
tion but that the Marshall Plan
is beginning to work. Things are
stabilized in Italy so that any-
where you get the standard ex-
change570 lira to the American
dollar. In France, the situation is
not quite that clear; I think it's
the result of the French attitude,
people who are inclined to take
things as a matter of fact, to take
the easy way out. But Belgium
is pre-war Belgium again. The
shop windows are full of the
usual merchandise. This is cer-
tainly one effect of the Marshall
Plan" And we have to remember
that these 250,000 American tour-
ists were allowed $400 duty-free
purchases. We've been spending
dollars over there, and this is
money that did a lot of good right
where it was needed ."
William Singer: "In Paris, the
JDC furnished us with a station
wagon to tour old hotels which
they had bought years earlier,
fortunately, housing displaced
persons. It was somewhat dis-
couraging to visit these places,
frankly. Their attitude was not
good, not good at all. They hac"
been waiting, some for years, to
leave. While we were there, one
couple went to Uruguay, an-
other to Australia, another to De-
troit There seemed to be an
enormous number of small chil-
dren The people there have
nothing to do except wait. It
was discouraging."
Leon Ell: "I think I found more
Jews in Lucerne than the others
found in England. These English
Jews are allowed to spend one
pound a day. Their eyes and faces
lit up when I reported I was on
my way to Israel."
Max Orovitz: "I believe there
is no anti-Semitism in Italy. Anti-
Semitism was not felt there be-
fore the war, but was imposed
there during the war and is now
on the wane."
Dan Ruskin: "Business condi-
tions in Paris are back to pre-
war days. I saw no evidence of
suffering anywhere. My relatives
there even occupy the same apart-
ment they had before the oc
cupation."
Mrs. Brown: "Yes, as Rabbi
Zwitman says, I went to Czecho-
slovakia to find my family. They
were all wiped out. In the village,
out of 300 Jews, only 5 were left
... It is Communism which is
terrible there. If you join the
Communist party, then you get
a good job. People are unhappy,
hungry and with nothing to w,ear.
But they have everything if they
join the party."
Mrs. Glasser: "I was a dele-
gate and observer at the World
Jewish Congress convention. I
must report frankly that our own
American delegation and our way
of thinking are definitely in the
minority. I heard of flagrant acts
of anti-Semitism in the displaced
persons camps in Italy. There is
definite need for great help. And
all those children we have men-
tioned are not the result of hav-
ing nothing else to dobut the
result of the deep feeling we
Jews have to continue our fam-
ilies and our heritage at any
cost!"
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz who went abroad this summer, served on a panel discussing their tours
________________________________at Temple Israel last Wednesday evening.
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PAGE THIRTEEN
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
LIBERAL
Temple Both Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Le0n Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday Waning service at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning at 10:45. Arthur
;',],. will become Bar Mitzvah. The
first Onel Hhabbat of the season
' ,i, ,. held Friday evening. Com-
munlty Ringing Will be featured. Leon
j i;ii will report on "Seven Days In
Embattled Israel."
ORTHODOX
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
','in The rabbi will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Sllchos services
I |2;30 a.m. Sunday. Saturday after-
noon at '> P.m. the rabbi will speak.
Ulncba at 6 p.m. followed by
Bhalotl Sudos. Muariv at 7:30 p.m.
followed by a class in Jewish Laws
,d Customs. Morning services daily
at T:30 a.m. followed by a clais in
Mlshnah.
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
[Friday evening services at 6:15 a.m.;
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Alvln, son "f A,r- Hn<1 M|"H- William
Moss "ill become Bar Mitzvah. Mishna
Classes 't '.' p.m. Mincha at 6 p.m.
followed by BhalOS Sudos. Kabbi will
gurak on the Portion of the Week.
gllchOM :ii Saturday midnight. Hebrew
school daily from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m.
Sunday school sessions will begin
Sunday at 8:48.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor
Milton Friedman.
Frid&j evening service at 6*oo.
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Junior congregation services at 10
a.m. Rabbi Urauer will preach on the
Portion of the Week. Mincha at 5:30
followed by Shulos Sudos. BJliohoa
penitential Services will be held Sat-
Uidaj ci midnight, Rabbi Grauer will
preach on Forgiveness and Return.
Sunda) school at 10 a.m. Registration
fur religious school from 3:30 to 6 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Frida) evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Minchu at
li p.m. followed by Shalos BtldOB.
Rabbi Mi-scheloff will speuk on the
Portion of the Week. Registration of
children for Sunday school and Hebrew
School .Sunday from 9:30 to noon.
Special penitential sllchos services
will be held at midnight Saturday.
Tin- wrvice will be chanted by Cantor
Lmis D Feder. Rabbi Mescheloff will
deliver n sermon entitled, "My Soul
Weepeth."
REFORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Zwitman conduct the services.
Members of the Highland Park
Methodlsl Church will be visitors.
Ki-liiiii.us school opens Sunday at 1"
a.m.
Temple Isaiah, 4925 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Raab.
Friday c\inlng services at 8:15.
'.' l,:" Itaab will officiate. Harold
Shapiro, preaident of the congregation.
ill speak on "Portrait of a Rabbi."
an oil painting of Rabbi Raab painted
y BVelyn KM will be exhibited follow-
ing the service. A reception will fol-
low, K,.|iKiou8 School Sunday at 10
a.m.
Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at 8. Speak-
'' l- announced.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Srapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
_*ta} evening services at 6 p.m.
"ruaj morning services at 8:30
Urn '.':" ." 8haplro and Rev. Mamches
"ill officiate. Mercer Hill will become
I' "Vah. Hebrew school Mon.lav
""'k!, I'mlay at 3:3o; Sunday school
"^"'ioii Sunday at 10 a.m. Special
"'""os service* will be held Saturday
" "i" p.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, U15 Euclid Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
n. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
RalSi) ?venlng services at 6:1.'. p.m.
will If h1mn and Cantor Ooldring
in.. J"","'1 aervleea. Saturday morn-
s,..,u"M''' s, :00 a.m. the rabbi will
1 ,,;',. 5he 1'ortlon of the Week.
l> services at 8 a.m. and 6:1E
Thin. '.'."'".,* "ohool Monday through
nurgday s:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday
SK '" >"' am- 811cho" aervlce Bat-
man !!^'" at 11:3 "' R*b I***-
h" !,!. r,ren<--h on "On The Thres-
tbe ,'. """'' Ooldring. assisted by
of I .' J ?tiolTi ""der the direction
aivu^a s<'hr,"lbman wi" hant th"
,n^ewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Mx Kaufman,
Rahilf'2 evening services at 8:15.
Born, K*,l,mn will speak. Saturday
s.1,"-' f'Veea at lO. Religious
li..., ,."" s*Pt. 12 at 10:30. Reglstra-
""" ^m B a.m. to 6 .m. dully.
Miami Hebrew School
Issues Holiday Tickets
The Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation through
William Weintraub, chairman of
the committee, will be at the
building evenings from 7:30 to 10
and Sunday morning from 10 a.m.
to noon to take reservations for
the High Holy Day services.
Acting as ushers during the
holidays will be William Wein-
traub. Hershey Glantz, Sam
Kostoff, Ben Stone and E. L.
Becker. Members of both the
Junior and Senior Congregations
will sing in the choir under the
supervision of Rabbi Simon April.
Junior choir members include
Sonny April, Matthew Becker.
Myron Coulton, Stanley Bergteil.
Arnold Glanz, Barney Jacobskind
Garvin Kleber, Sandy Ofsowitz
Alvin Moss and Murray Shear.
Senior choir members are A. M
Dorff, Ralph Bargteil and Wil-
liam Moss.
Silverman Unveiling
An unveiling in honor of the
memory of Moe Silverman will
take place Sunday, Aug. 26, at 11
a.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery with
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating
Friends and relatives are request-
ed to attend.
Obituaries
MRS. STELLA BEYER
62. of 1.H0 S.W. 20th St.. passed
away Sept. u after a brief illness.
burvivlng are her husband, Oscar:
one son, David; two grandchildren.
.Mark Jeffrey and Barbara Ann. all of
Miami and two brothers and one sister,
Mrs. Beyer was a member of the
board of directors of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and a member of the OES in
Brooklyn, N. y. Services at The
Miami Riverside, West Flagler at
80th Ave., were held Thursday. Sept.
it;. Interment at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Rabbi Colman a. Zwitman officiated.
PVT. SEYMOUR C. ROSEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rosen,
ill Clbao ft., Coral (Jables, who was
killed in action in Italy, Jan. Tl,
1944, was returned to Miami for
burial. Services were held yesterday
at the Oordon chapel and interment
was at .Mt. Neb i cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiated. The Norman
Bruce Ilrown post, Jewish War Vet-
erans, conducted ceremonies, I'vt.
Rosen held the Purple Heart and the
Bronte star for meritorious achieve-
ment in the line of dutv.
SAM ABRAMSON
fix. f 829 N.W. Nth St., passe,I
away Saturday. A resident of Miami
for sev.n years, he originally came
from Virginia, He is survived by his
wife. Mrs. Reeky Abramson, a sister,
Mrs. Anna Wolf of Miami Reach, and
a brother, Adolph of Virginia. Funeral
services were held Monday at 2 p.m.
at the Oordon Funeral chapel with
interment at Mt. Sinai cemetery
National Council Brings
Physiotherapist Here
The Miami section, National
Council of Jewish Women, as
part of their social welfare pro-
gram, will supply funds for a
trained physiotherapist for cere-
bral palsy children.
Cerebral palsy week begins to-
morrow and the National Council
is one of the co-sponsors.
MJOC Changes
Phone Number
Members of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation are asked
to note that there has been a
change of telephone number in
the community center building.
The new numoer is 9-7171, 500
S.W. 17th Ave. All matters of
congregational interest may be
discussed in the office at that
address.
Game Party At Versailles
B'nai B'rith Business and Pro-
fessional Group, Emma Lazarus
Chapter, will hold a games party
at the Versailles hotel on Monday
at 8:30 p.m.
UJS Begins Classes
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, chair-
man of the United Jewish school,
announces that children will meet
at 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays
at the home of Bernard Fisher,
1351 S.W. 64th St.
As soon as feasible home study
groups will be established in an-
other area, probably the Flagler
Granada.
J. Horwitz will instruct classes
under the supervision of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Dr. Steinman Joins Kirsch
Dr. William Steinman of Chi-
cago is making his home here
and has become associated with
Dr. Ralph E. Kirsch with offices
at 909 Hunting Bldg. and 541
Lincoln Road. Their practice is
limited to the eye. Mr. and Mrs.
Steinman are residing at 822 S.W.
31st Ave
Home Auxiliary Meets
Mrs. Etha Beck, president of
the Miami Ladies Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
has called the first regular meet-
ing for Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
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LEONJLLU-M
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TIHT V M AP.C__IIUTNtB^
18T2 MARKED THfMWH IN PAAIS OF
A CHILD WHO WAS TO BEC0*r;E THE
FIRST JEW TO HOLD THE PREMIERSHIP
Of FRANCE......
rTT^^T^^rTo-to~conseil p'etah a state
WIDE ATTENTION.
VoNOFAWF- JHY MEKHANT.UUM
ACHRtl ACADEMIC DISTINCTION
IH LE'.ERS AND LAW DUMr HIS |
r" .MATIVE YEA'i.
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IN 1919, HE WAS ELECTED TO THE CHAMBER
OF DEPUTIES.HIS INTEGRITY AMD GR^SPO
NATIONAL EVENTS LED TO HIS EUCRM.NI
1956,TO THE PREMIERSHIP Of FRANCE.
HF ENTERED THt FIELD OF POLITICS IN 1899, BY
JOINING THE SOCIALIST PARTY.OF WHICh HE
LATER BECAME THE OUTSTANDING LEADER.
DESPITE THE BURDENS OF THAT OFFICE,
BLUM FOUND TIME TO BE ACTIVE IN THt
COMITE FRANCE-PALESTINE,AND
STRONGLY SUPPORTED THE PALESTINE
FOUNDATION FUND. A JEWISH COLONY
HAS BEEN NAMED AFTER HIM.__________
AFTER FRANCE FELLTO THE NAZIS,
HIS LONG FIGHT AGAINST HITLER
AHD FRENCH COLLABORATORS BROUGHT
BLUM INTO GERMAN CONCENTRATION
HIS COURAGE AND HIGH PRINCIPLES HELPED HIM
SURVIVE THE HARDSHIPS OF THE NAZI PRISONS. AFTER
THE FALL OF THE NAZI REGIME,HE WAS CALLED UPON,
IN 1945. TO BECOME THE HEAD OF THE INTERIM
FRENCH'gOVERMENT.
A MAN OF INCISIVE INTELLECT, AT 76.HE IS HELD IN
HIGH ESTEEM THROUGHOUT THE WORLD........
r..i.C*' .* JMPf- MU.t-
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Morris Margulies
Leaves For Israel
Morris Margulies. former Na-
tional Secretary of the Zionist
Organization of America, left to-
day by T.W.A. from LaGuardia
Airport for Israel. When asked
about the purpose of his present
journey, Margulies said: "Since
1920, when I made my first visit
to the Holy Land. I have been for-
tunate in" being there when im-:
poitant events were transpiring.
I am eager to be there now, for
since the return of Israel from
the Babylonian captivity and the
establishment of the Second Com-
monwealth this is the most his-
toric period that the world has
witnessed, as the establishment of
the Third Commonwealth is un-
questionably assured.
I hope to be present at the' h British Armv. wingate worked
Dr. Chaim Weiz- t .. ._____,.
Death Sentence And Heavy Fine Imposed
Upon Jew By Iraqi Government For
Alleged Pro-Zionist Activities Protested
Morris Margulies
Orde Wingate. then a captain
in
inauguration of
mann as first president of the
State of Israel, which I am con-
fident will mark the beginning of
the first chapter of a new Bible
Israel is destined to create."'
for an understanding between the
Jews and the British, in which
tffort. however, he was keenly
disappointed. Wingate told Mar-
gulies of what he was doing in
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 The
American Zionist Emergency
Council, reoresenting all official
Zionist bodies in the United
States, today disclosed the text of
a wire sent by Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, its chairman, to Secretary
of State George C. Marshall, in-
viting the attention of the United
States government to the death
sentence and S20.000.000 fine im-
posed by the Iraqi government on
SI afio Ades. a Jewish citizen of
Iraq, "allegedly for his pro-Zion-
ist activities."
(Shafiq Ades. a prominent
Jewish merchant in Baghdad,
was sentenced to death by an
Iraqi military court on Sep-
tember 13 and was fined 5.-
000.000 dinars on charges of
editors of three Jewish daily
newspapers in New York City.
Signatories to this communication
include: S. Dingol, editor of "TV
Day;" D. L. Mekler, editor of
"The Jewish Journal';; and H.
Rigoff, managing editor of "Thp
Jewish Daily Forward."
The last trip Margulies made .developing Haganah units. Later |
to Israel was in 1938. during the
Arab riotsexactly one year be-
fore the outbreak of World Wai
II. Among the settlements Mar-
gulies visited on that occasion
was Hanita, in those days an un-
derground military training cen-
ter for Haganah. He was able to
make that visit because Haganah
provided him with an armored
car. That part of the country at
the time was full of Arab ma.
rauders and snipers.
During his stay Margulies met
events proved that his work in
behalf of Haganah was responsi-
ble for the formation of the fa-
mous Palmach branch.
Margulies is a member of the
executive of the committee for
Progressive Zionism, and will
utilize his present visit to meet
with the leaders of the new pro-
gressive group that has recently
been formed in Israel.
On the eve of his departure i
number of friends gathered at
a luncheon at the Hotel Martini.
ute and wished Margulies a bor
voyage were: Dr. Stephen S
Wise: Dr. Joseph Tcnenbaum.
pressident of the Polish Federa-
tion of American Jews: George I
Fox: Dr. Theodore N. Lewis, pres-
ident of the New York Board of
Pahhis; Reuben Fink; Samue'
Caplan, editor of Congress Week-
ly: Samuel Blitz, executive vice
president, New York United Jew
ish Appeal; Robert Silverman:
and Ernest E. Barbarash, editor
of New Palestine. Bernard C
Richards presided.
aiding the Jews in the Pales-
tine war and organizing Zion-
ism in Iraq. According to an
AP dispatch from Baghdad
dated September 13. the fine
will be collected immediately.
The death sentence is subject
to approval of King Feisal IT.
Mr. Ades is known as one of
the wealthiest merchants at
Iraq.)
In his telegram of protest Dr
Silver stated: "I am certain thai
"he United States government
would not wish to remain indif-
ferent in the face of such shock-
ing suppression of human right-
tnd the danger of quasi-legal as-
sassination. If unchallenged, this
will set an extremely dangerous
precedent, opening the way foi
wholesale persecution and op-
pression of national and religious
minorities in the Arab lands."
The American Zionist Emerg-
ency Council also disclosed the
text of a telegram sent to Presi-
dent Harry S. Truman by th
with the late Brigadier General que. Among those who paid t:ib-
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etters To The Editor
latter was received
.. Mr. and rMrs. Kva Levy.
Lrie A.'.'rn American Joint
prairie
9aAag*b SS
ril.ution
nin'l'
., was'"", ,.r8 to Europe
* b)h.h time they visited the
lSl" wl,.,lin that country, leaving
Kp CamP m 'i^evy to assist '
I'V iih Mrs. ."-,,_. Th_
In
The list
^su'm'wassj.e^^hutte^
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Interview
appear in
with the
an early
extremely scarce
ruit
"T^comP'e'f
" Mr. and Mrs. Glasser,
, been a long time since
1 -; and I guess you have
0Ur T much to do that camps
* W Into the back ground,
never forgotten my
bear
fcave
I have
promise
to
write and as
the
oney
have now given me an ac-
. of how they used the
v left by you and Mrs. Baron
neht I would send their copies
to vou so that you can see
.the money was used. I gave
iSi. -nd Jesi 30.000 lire
k the other 2.000, I used for
Ls of the children when I
Ld them at the seaside one Sat-
The money was spent
lv on eggs and butter in both
amps. Senigallia varied te.rs a
Kttte with fruit and vegetables.
did not interfere giving the
nmittee a free hand and you
tan see they used it well
The supply in one camp lasted
nearly a month and in the other
days; as everybody was satis-
fied including the parents of the
[children I consider the money
was put to good purpose.
Bv the time you receive this
hetter the majority of the chil-
dren vou saw in these two camps
will be on their way to Eretz
[after waiting for a week with all
Itreir belongings packed.
I too would like to thank you
(personally for practical interest
Ishown to the people in camp
[which was so appreciated. I hope
lyou managed to locate their rela-
tives and friends to give them
the messages they loaded you
with, and that you were not too
I tired.
By the way my organization in
I London, the Jewish Relief Unit,
managed to send me out a num-
ber of Hebrew books which I
have turned over to Jesi camp as
that seemed to be an outstanding
want.
This is, now our new address
for the camps in this area. Al-
Jesi children at Senigallia
seaside, taken Aug. 8, 1948,
showing "The Last of the
Fruit."
though I am in charge of this
office I still make a point of visit-
ing the camps once a week. Hop-
ing to meet you again some day.
Yours sincerely,
EVA LEVY.
Costa Rican DP's
To Be Legalized
NEW YORK, (JTA)President
Jose Figueres of Costa Rica has
assured a representative of the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
that the status of some 1,000
Jewish immigrants who arrived
in that country since the end of
the war in Europe will be legal-
ized soon, HIAS announced here
this week.
The announcement followed a
visit here, by Louis Feigenblatt,
HIAS representative in Costa
Rica, Feigenblatt, who is also
president of the Jewish commun-
ity of San Joe, revealed that the
status" of the immigrants was
challenged after the former gov-
ernment was overthrown by a
revolution last May and Figueres
installed.
University Opens
Fall Registration
Registration for the 180 fall
classes scheduled by the Universi-
ty of Miami's Division of Adult
Education will open Sept. 28 and
will continue through Oct. 2 in
the division office, room 131 of the
administration building, m;
campus.
Dr. William P. Dismukes, divi.
sion director, has announced reg-
istration hours as from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Sept. 28 to Oct. 1; 7 to 9:30
p.m., Sept. 27 to 30; and from 9
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 2.
Classes will begin Oct. 4.
Academic courses leading to
bachelor's and master's degrees
as well as vocational and recrea-
tional courses are included in the
curriculum. Courses necessary to
obtain bachelor's degrees are of-
fered in liberal arts, business ad-
ministration, education, engineer-
ing and music. Graduate courses
leading to master's degrees are in
accounting, business law, educa-
tion, English, history, physical ed-
ucation, Spanish and speech. The
Adult Education division is a
member of the Association of Un-
iversity Evening Colleges7
Dancing, fishing, handicrafts,
art, marionettes, photography and
woodworking are among the re-
creational courses and classes in
air conditioning, architectural
drawing, blue print reading, con-
struction methods and national
electric code give vocational
training.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Lemur Hotel at 236 9th St., Miami
lieach. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
FLORENCE WELOFF
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicant.
.1/10-17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 47033
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lien Uuskln, holder us assignee of
Little River Valley Drainage District
Tax Certificates numbered 20 and 00,
dated the 27th day of May, A.D. 1940,
has filed said Certificates in my
office, and hus made application for
tax deed to issue thereon in accord-
ance with law. Said Certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dade County. State
of Florida, to wit:
lts 11 12. Block 5, 2nd Resuhdivi-
slon of North Silver Crest, Plat Book
40, Page 21, In the County of Dade,
State of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate No. 20. The assessment
of said property under the Bald
Certificate Issued was in the name
f Watson F. Plnekard.
K r.o.08 ft. of Tract 1. Rev. 1'lat of
Christie I.awns, a Sub., Plat Hook 35,
I'age 18, containing .16 Acres more or
less In the County of Dade State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 90. The assessment of said prop-
erty under the said Certificate Issued
was In the name of Garrett N. Miller.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 13th day of
October, A. D. 1948.
Dated this 3l8t day of August, A. D.
19*8.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By S. S. MOORE.
Deputy Clerk.
9/10-17-24 10/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
119128.
EDWARD DiBENEDETTO, Plaintiff,
vs. YVONNE DiBENEDETTO, De-
fendant.
To: YVONNE DIBENEDETTO.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
Stvled 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,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/3-10-17-24 __________________
NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Dee-Licious Products at 5905 N.W.
17th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LILYAN POLANSKY
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
Exempts ORT
BUCHAREST, (JTA)Although
the Rumanian government has
ordered the nationalization of all
schools in the land, the ORT will
be permitted to continue to op-
erate its schools and training cen-
ter independently, George Stree,
head of the Rumanian ORT, an-
nounced here this week.
Rev. Philip Fried
Private Hebrew
Instructor
Bar Mitzvah Preparations
Will come to your home
Individual or group instruction
Phone 58-9841 58-9851
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL at 1751 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
.if the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GEORGE GOLDBERG
SYLVIA GOLDBERG
Applicants
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Bettv Lou Shop at 2332 Ponce de
I^eon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dado County, Florida.
MARTIN GOLDSTEIN
Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/17-24 10/1-8-15
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LIEBER'S LUGGAGE SHOP at 501
West Flagler Street, Miami, Hoi l Intend! to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.MAX LIEBER, Owner
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
11/10-17-24 10/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THh
Ilth JUDICIAL CIRCUNT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 119351.
JOSEPH RASKIN, Plaintiff, vs.
DORA RASKIN. Defendant.
TO: Dora Raskin, 268 w. 7th Street,
New York, New York:
You are hereby ordered to file
your appearance or answer to the bill
of complaint for divorce filed against
you by JOSEPH RASKIN, on or be-
fore "the 13 day of October, 1948.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED, this 13 day
of September, A.D. 948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
9/17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Circle Market at !I18 Everglades Con-
ourse, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDWARD GOLDSTEIN
PRANCES GOLDSTEIN
Owners
GEORGE CHERTKOF
tio8 Olympla Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
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 S.W. 17th
Avenue Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida._____
ARNOLD NOVICK
MIRIAM NOVICK
9/10-17-24 10/1-8 __________
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that Harry
Rosen and Harry Siegel on the 19th
dav of July, 1948 dissolved the co-
partnership known as Carrlb Novelty
Company of 44 Northeast First Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, and that Harry
Slegel is no longer connected with
laid Carrlb Novelty Company.
BRESLOW & GELB. Attys.
9/10-17-24_______________
IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (Corner Jefferson Ave.)
Miami Beach
During the Forthcoming Holidays
CANTOR J. SPINDLER WILL OFFICIATE
ROSH HASHONO YOM KIPPUR
Sunday Evening, Oct. 3 Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12
Monday, Oct 4
Tuesday, Oct'. 5 Wednesday, Oct. 13
Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Golden Gate Grocery at 3o0 South
Dixie Highway. Coral Gables. Florida
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count>;,MFor,di.oiTZMAN
DAVID SIMON
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
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 gctUloua name of
PARR DRY CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY at 1829 North Bayshore Drive,
Miami. Florida, intends to r?I(&r
said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court <&?&&**
MILLER & PODELL,
^Wncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FIX)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
119350.
JOAN B. FORST. Plaintiff, vs.
RICHARD E. FORST, Defendant.
YOU, RICHARD E. FORST, 28
Columbus Avenue. NEW ROCHELLE.
NEW YORK, are notified to file your
appearance in the above cause for
divorce, on or before October 12.
1948, or a decree pro confesso will be
entered against you.
DATED: September 13. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal} ._______,.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys 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
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES at 108
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral
Gables, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LEO A. CHAIKIN
AARON WEINKLE
CARL WEINKLE
Applicants
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
8/27 9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Betty Lou Shop at ROlfi 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, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/17-24 10/1-8-15 __________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
21 IN,
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS RAUBFOGEL. Deceased.
To AH 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 you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORRIS RAUBFOGEL de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, 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.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for ELSIE RAUBFOGEL,
Administratrix.
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
PARK BAR AND GRILL at 1527 West
Klagler Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BETTY BECKER
Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN & 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
TROPICAL LANDSCAPERS at 1601
Alton Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK E. FRIEPBBRG
LOUIS FRIEDBERG
Owners
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
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 FLORIDA
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 stvled cause on or before the
30th day of September. 1948; other-
wise the allegations of said Bill of
ComDlalnt will be taken as confessed
against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Florldian, a newspaper
published In Dade County, Florida.
DATED this 30 day of August,
1948.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit C > t.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGI
Deputy Ck.k.
SAM SILVER
- i. :t.,. "or Plaintiff
- Co %r*' tilding-
.Mlanii 32, Florida
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
"Shofar" Significance Explained
To DP Tots At HIAS Shelter
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF MASTERS *>"
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SpfixJmda, IN AM> FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
TV2BERTHA U. ABESS, '''''"'";
,., To 8AREVO, INC., .1 Florida
Corporation; JAY LANO. INC.. a
Florida Corporation: M,\ |. .,
8EOLE and RENIE SIEOLE. W
wife M W HAMMER8TBOM. 1.
, HAMMER8TBOM. MINMK
HAMMERSTROM, B, H. UA.NKS
and LILLIAN BANKS, co-partners,
trading and doing aualneas aa ,,;,,',;.
Tov FLOORING COMPANY: DADE
REFRIGERATING CO.,
Florida Corporation: >
IRON WORKS, INC.,
Corporation
ll>.\. IN"'..
RAINBOW
Two Orange Bowl Seats To Be Award
For Most New B'nai B'rith Members
INC., a
M DYKES
a Florida
PLAYERS OF FL< R-
a ki.ti.Im Corporation;
GARDENS. INC., :'
E. Albert Pallot. vice president
of the B'nai B'rith Council, an-
nounced that two tickets to the
Orange Bowl game will be award-
ed to the person who enrolls most
new members during the five
week drive which will be
launched by the Council at a
breakfast on Sunday at the Mar-
seilles hotel.
Negotiations are under way
the appearance at the kick I
mating of Harold Russell d
less veteran who won an "0SC]
for his acting in the "Best vJ
<> Our Lives." Russell wm 3
at a city-wide Americanism fl
on October 31 in Flamingo pi
as a climax to the drive
WAHI, SNY-
HKIt.MAN .1.
BATTLER; ISR VEL KRAMER, doing
husinesa as YORK SIGN CO.. AND
The significance of the blowing of the Shofar (ram's horn) at
morning weekday services during the month preceding Rosh
Hashonah (which begins at sundown. October 3) is explained to
two newly-arrived DP brothers, Danny, 3 (center), and Joseph
Machemstein, 5, by Rev. Dr. Ezekiel Landau, in the synagogue of
HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) world headquarters at
425 Lafayette St., New York.
Opens Florist Shop
Formerly in the florist business
in Pittsburgh. Harold "Skippy"
Rosen has opened a floral shop
at 3219 S.W. 8th St. Mr. R
specializes in wedding and bar
mitzvah arrangements in add.:. :.
to cut flowers.
LEGAL NOTICE
XewsbitH
The "Cavalcade of Music,"
sponsored by the Miami Fi d
tion of Musicians will be held
tonight at the Miami City audi-
torium at Biscayne Blvd. and N.E.
5th St. Twenty-five bands will
take part in the event.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAJ .: C 'NTT, KI.. >RIDA
IN CHAN 'ERY N
1 .. ["HlNOTi >N, Plaii tiff vi
HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR.,
Defendant
THE STATIC OF FLORIDA:
TO: HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR..
i ..:: II .-. : v H -.i!
n >1 e< N"ew ': .
You are notifl.
ppear to the BUI I plaint f01
Dlvi e fill gainst :
^:.- .i I cauik on : t ton thi '.....
Of Oc( 194! > ... .
lefc'.i;. r... '. :-.-.. 1 j.....
ax confessed aj nal )
DATED thlt .. da) of >\; tember,
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clark of Circuit Court
iCirt-uit Court Seal)
By WM. W, STOCKING.
Dep ity
HARRY MET/.
Si ... Itor fur Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami .:.'. FI01 1
' 2< 10, 1-S-1S
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
IRVING KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. JEAN
BORZAQE KATZ, also known as
UII.MA HOWELL KATZ. DefcnU-
.aiu.
To: JEAN BORZAGE KATZ
...... known as
U ILMA HOWELL KATZ
1540 East Story Avenue
Bronx, New York
YOU auk HEREBY NOTIFIED ami
red to appear to th.' Hill of
" for Div 1 filed In the
ause on or before the
-' : 11 tober, ISMS, otherwise
' Bill ol Complaint will t,c taken a*
tossed by you. Let this order bi-
hi d UCe a VNevk for :' ..: BU. -
1 Hive wi ks in The Jewish Flor-
a newspaper published in Dad-
'.-.. t
'' ted till* 23rd day of September
US
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cleik, Circuit Court
C Seal 1
By WM. W. BTOCKINO.
>,,... .. Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
ney f..r Plaintiff
Sej '.-Id Building
''; Florida
.; 10 1-8-15
Florida Corporation;
1 >i:i:. Rl'FUS NiMS
s.
JIMMY SULLIVAN, as Sheriff of
Dade County, Florida, Defendants
I.. THE TRAVIS CO., a Florida
Corporation, seeking to Intervene.
Notice is herebj given that the
undersigned, as Special Master, under
and bv virtue "f the Final Dei n ol
i ioaure h< retofore ntered In that
certain cause pending In the Circuit
. iri of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Florida, In ami for Dade County
In Chancery, being Chancerj case No
I12M4, In which BERTHA r ABESS
Is plaintiff, and the defendants are
the parti.-s Tlsted at the heading of
this notice, I, as Special Maater in
chancery, appointed by the Court in
said decree, under and by virtue of
the terms thereof will offer for aala
and sell a"t public outcry to the high-
.->t and beat bidder for cash at the
South front door "f the (.'mirth'.use
! ..I, County, in the City of Miami.
Florida, on the 4th da> of October,
A D., 1948, at the hour of two o'clock
i- M the same being a legal sales
day and the hOUl being within the
legal hours of sale, the following de-
scribed property situate In Dade
County, Florida, t..-ivit:
Lot twelve 112), Bio. k seven (7)
NORMANDY BEACH SOUTH, ac-
cording "... the ri.it thereof, rei -
orded In Plat Book 21, at page 54,
"f the Public Re irda of Dade
County, Florida.
The sail propert} as aforesaid to-
gether with all the tenements, heredit-
aments and appurtenances thereunto
-.lining or in any wlae belonging,
sold to satisfy -Mill di
Dated tins 20th day "f September, I
A.D. 1948,
NED M. LETTS
Special Master in Chancery.
1510 Pan American Hank Building
9 .'i 10 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN REALTY at 1220 BISCAYNE
BOULEVARD, MIAMI. FLA., Intend*
tn register said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
PI 11 da.
SAMUEL T. SAPIRO
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
.'24 1 1-8-15-22
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NOTICE is HEREBY SIVEN th
eslrlng i _._.
isiness in ler the fictn
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