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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
3LUME 21-NUMBER 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
:ting UN Mediator
farns Council Head
Serious Situation
PARIS. Oct. 1. (JTA)Acting
Palestine Mediator Dr.
bph Bunche, in a message to
president of the Security
uncil from U.N: headquarters
[Rhodes, today expressed con-
over the "increasingly
s situation in Palestine,
itfticularly as regards the au-
trity, prestige and personal
lety of the U.N. observers.
In his cable Bunche cited the
pturbing tendency" of Jews
Arabs alike to place restric-
ns on the movement of U.N.
erven into ports, strategic
eas and airports. The cable said
it both the Israelis and Arabs
list on 24-hour advance notice
or to the arrival of United
Itions aircraft. The acting medi-
br also blamed field command -
on both sides for not carry-
' out agreements reached on
|her levels. In addition to Count
fike Bernadotte, Bunche report-
I six U.N. observers have been
Bed and seven wounded.
Bunche charged the authorities
both side with making little
|ort towards apprehending and
nishing those guilty of truce
blations. His message stated
Bt both the Israelis and Arabs
f "flouting the Security Coun-
ts orders" to cooperate with the
diator to keep the peace in
Destine.
Weizmann Reveals Truman Promised
Negev; Surrenders British Citizenship
U.S. Catholic Leaders Criticize Reasons
For Banning of 'Gentleman's Agreement'
lews Isolated
in Mt. Scopus
leeelve Food
JERUSALEM, (JTA) U.N.
lieials succeeded today in ar-
pging for a supply convoy to
rry food and other essentials to
sieged Hadassah Hospital atop
t. Scopus. This was the first
pply convoy to reach the Mt.
opus sector for the past two
bnths. No incidents were re-
l-ted.
Reuters reported from Amman
Bay that 2,000 Arab refugees
km Palestine demonstrated
ainst the formation of the so-
iled "Palestine Arab Govern-
fcnt" with its seat in Gaza. The
nonstrators also pledged their
pport to King Abdullah who,
fey said, should "speak on Pal-
line's behalf."
NEW YORK, (JTA)Leading
Catholics and Jews have joined
in criticism of a censorship order
in Spain which banned "Gentle-
man's Agreement," an American
film exposing anti-Semitism in
the U.S.
Cardinal Francis Spellman,
leader of the American Catholics,
objected to a statement credited
to the ecclesiastical member of the
censorship board in Spain which
said that the Christian duty of
stimulating love among indivi-
duals, societies, nation? and peo-
ples does not extend to Jews.
Cardinal Spellman's statement
labelled as "untrue" this asser-
tion. It then quoted from the
New Testament to prove that
Christian doctrine is the exact
opposite.
Rev. John La Farge, editor of
"America," a national Catholic
weekly magazine, declared that
he considered it his duty "vigor-
ously to repudiate several of the
ideas" expressed in the censor-
ship order. He also asserted that
the order contradicts Catholic
doctrine on the point challenged
by Cardinal Spellman, and pro-
ceeded to object to the statement
that Jews have no right to be
proud of being Jews. Rev. La
Farge added that it was not "doc-
trinally correct to tell your Jew-
ish neighbor that he belongs to
the 'people who put God to
death.*
The national staff conference
of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defama-
tion League meeting in Atlantic
City described the reason given
by the Spanish censorship board
as "the most shocking expression
of anti-Semitism since the death
of Hitler." The parley's statement
added that "out of the flames
which consumed Nazism, Spain
has snatched Hitler's anti-Semitic
mantle and proudly flaunts it be-
fore the woild."
The statement concluded with
an appeal to the Christian world
to repudiate "the libel against
the Jews" and urged "all Chris-
tian believers in democracy to
repudiate the Fascist philosophy"
enunciated in the censorship
order.
iruvli Adopts 4-Point Program As
Wivy For its Delegation To U.N.
TEL AVIV. (JTA)The Israeli delegation which left here
week to attend the General Assembly sessions in Paris
ei the leadership of Foreign Minister Moshe Shertokwill
.ncentratp on efforts to prevent the casting of a majority vote
implement Count Bernadotte's Palestine report, the Jewish
tfegraphlc Agency learned here.
Israeli policy at the U.N. will be guided by a set of four
cisions reached by the Cabinet. These decisions are re-
eled to be:
1. A iirm stand for the retention of the Nov. 29, 1947, Gen-
ii Assembly resolution, with the need for some border recti-
Wic-ns necessitated by the Arab invasions.
2- Opposition by all available means against severing
entire Negev from Israel, which is needed for large-scale
Bttlement.
3. Retention of a territorial link with Jerusalem to enable
Holy City to be defended in case of need.
t The Provisional Government of Israel accepts the de-
ad of Lhe Jerusalem Jewish community that Jerusalem must
attached to Israel at all costs, unless ample guarantees
PJ that a strong U.N. force will be provided to defend an
emotionalized Jerusalem. Since both the world and U.N.
Nations at present do not provide such a guarantee, the
pvisional Government of Israel believes that the most logical
luuon to the problem would be to attach Jewish Jerusalem
Emv! and give the Arab p0* to ,he Rxahs: the Holy piaces
" Th t plac:ea an international zone.
e Isrteli Government will apparently not enter into any
t negotiations with the Arabs pn the basis of the Bernadotte
n as it stands today, it was indicated here.
Sternist Leader
Arrested In Haifa
TEL AVIV, (JTA)-Nathan
Friedman-Yellin, commander of
the Stern Group, was this week
captured in Haifa. Arrested with
him was one of his lieutenants,
Matatatia Shulevitz, who escaped
from prison during the British
Administration.
Both men were found in posses-
sion of forged Israeli Army docu-
ments Combined police and
Army units with armored cars
are still hunting for other Stern-
ist leaders, including Dr. Israel
Scheib, second-in-command.
Meanwhile, Sternists still at
large sent leaflets to all foreign
consulates and the press warning
that they would not surrender
Jerusalem nor recognize U.N.
rule. They, threatened to fight
U.N. rule just as they did the
British regime.
Earlier, the Israeli Government
was asked to release all detained
members of the Stern Group and
to remove the stigma of terror-
ism from the organization.
Acting on a request from de-
tained Sternists, Max Seligman,
an attorney, wrote to the Defense,
Interior and Justice Ministries
urging that the Stern Group be
registered as a political move-
ment. He denied that there was
any connection between it and
the group responsible for the
slaying of Count Folke Berna-
dotte.
Eighteen members of the Stern
Group, who refused to testify
before a military examining judge
Friday, and demanded that they
be examined by a civilian magis-
trate, succeeded in having their
preliminary hearing postponed.
Jerusalem military governor
Dr. Bernard Joseph today noti-
fied the U.N. truce commission
that an additional 30 Stern Group
members have been arrested in
the city within the past few days
and are now "somewhere in Is
rael."
REHOVOTH, Israel, Oct. 1. (JTA)President Truman gave
Dr. Chaim Weizmann definite" assurances at their meeting in
Washington last November that he would support Jewish claims
for the inclusion of the Negev in the territory of the Jewish state,
the Israeli President told a press conference here today.
Dr. Weizmann said that Tru-
man's assurances were given after
he had shown him the Negev on
a map and explained that the
a-ea is of vast importance to Is-
rael for all plans for Jewish im-
migration and resettlement. The
President of the Provisional Gov-
ernment of Israel revealed at the
news parley that he and Mrs.
Weizmann had formally re-
nounced their British nationality
two days prior to their departure
for Israel.
The passports of Dr. and Mrs.
Weizmann were handed to the
British Consul in Geneva with a
covering letter for the British
Home Secretary, in which the Is-
raeli President stated that it was
a great privilege for him to have
had a British passport, but since
he is now the head of a state, and
is returning home, he must re-
nounce his British citizenship. The
letter added that he was proud
to have been a British citizen.
(From Paris it was reported
here today that Major Aubrey S.
Eban, Israeli representative to
the United Nations, who hails
from South Africa, surrendered
his rank and nationality and as-
sumed Israeli citizenship.)
In view of Truman's attitude
towards the question of the Ne-
gev, Dr. Weizmann said, "I am
deeply disappointed, with all my
respect for Count Bernadotte, to
see that his plan /ishes to take
this project from us." Further re-
ferring to Bernadotte, the Presi-
dent of Israel said that if the late
mediator's plan to international-
ize Jerusalem was intended to
muffle Jewish feelings for Jeru-
salem, it would not be success-
ful.
Asked if Israel's fate is linked
with that of the United Nations.
Dr. Weizmann replied: "I would
like to believe so and I hope it
may come, but so far it is not be-
ing made easy for us." He spoke
warmly of Switzerland's neutral-
ity which he studied with a view
towards applying it to Israel.
"The way out of difficulties for
us may be a real, honest and free
neutrality," he said.
Asked about Israel's relations
with Russia, the Israeli President
paid tribute to the Soviet gov-
ernment for "behaving admirably
(Continued on Page 5)
Bolivia Revokes
Anti-Jewish Rule
NEW YORK, (JTA)President
Enrique Hertzog of Bolivia in-
formed Dr. Stephen S. Wise, pres-
ident of the World Jewish Con-
gress, that the Bolivian govern-
ment has revoked a decree which
threatened the livelihood of many
Jews now resident in that coun-
try.
The measure, which was di-
rected against "Semitic" immi-
grants who arrived in Bolivia
since 1937, authorized a special
investigation of their financial
assets. Dr. Wise, in a cable to
the Bolivian President charged
that the Bolivian Chamber of
Commerce and the Banco Cen-
trale were denying import li-
censes and facilities to Jews on
the basis of the discriminatory
decree. The reply received by
him from President Hertzog said:
"The government of Bolivia, in
consideration for the reasons giv-
en in your cable, revokes the de-
cree in question."
Arabs Notify U.N. Of Formation Of A
Government "For All Of Palestine"
Cemetery
Visitation
The Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami announces
the following schedules of
memorial services to be held
Sunday at cemeteries in the
area: Woodlawn at 2 p.m.; Mt.
Nebo, Mt. Sinai and Graceland
at 3 p.m.; Mt. Nebo at 3:30 and
City Cemetery at 5 p.m.
Rabbis and cantors of the
area will be present to lead
services.
Mt Nebo is located at West
Flagler St. and 53rd Ave.;
Woodlawn at S.W. 8th St. and
32nd Ave.; Graceland Park at
S.W. 8th St. and 44th Ave.; Mt.
Sinai on N.W. 8th Ave. and
137th St. (drive up N.W. 7th
Ave. to 137th St.); and City
Cemetery on N.E. 2nd Ave. and
19th St.
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
Formal notice of the formation of
an independent Arab state "for
all of Palestine" was given this
week to the United Nations in a
cable from Cairo ?igned by Alhed
Hilmi Pasha, premier of the new-
ly-established Palestine Govern-
ment, which has its seat at Gaza.
The cable reads:
"The Arabs of Palestine, who
are the owners of the country
and its indigenous inhabitants,
and who constitute the great ma-
jority of its legal population, have
solemnly resolved to declare Pal-
estine in its entirety and within
its boundaries as established be-
fore the termination of the
British Mandate an independent
state, and constituted a govern-
ment under the name of the All-
Palestine Government, deriving
its authority from a representa-
tive Council based on democratic
principles and aiming to safe-
guard the rights of minorities and
foreigners, protect the Holy
Places, and guarantee freedom of
worship to all communities."
received "a good many" reports
concerning the formation of the
Arab Government. Many of the
reports were conflicting, he added
U.S. Takes No Position
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
United States has taken no posi-
tion regarding the all Palestine
Arab Government formed several
days ago, a State Department
spokesman said this week.
State Department press officer
Lincoln White said in response to
questions that the Department has
Egypt's Backing Queried
LONDON, (JTA)-The forma-
tion of the so-called "Arab Gov-
ernment" with its seat at Gaza
is not considered in authorita-
tive quarters here to have the
full backing of Egypt, although
the provisional capital of the new
"government" is in territory oc-
cupied by advance Egyptian
units.
The British view is that the
carving up of the Arab areas of
Palestine must be left to the
Arab League. Informed quarters
point out that British interests
are not affected by the way this
is done, as long as "stability of
the peace settlement" is not
jeopardized.
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I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Anti-Semitism and Race
Prejudice: A Contrast
Both Jews and Negroes are threatened by the same hatred.
Upon the strength of this hostilitv. they should unite in action."
Such a quotation betrays shallow thinking, and parallels the color-
blind artist trying to paint a picture of variegated shades. It is the
over simplification of Left Wingers who ignore the historic fact
that hatred against the Negro commenced during the Reconstruction
the "tragic era" following the Civil War. Starting in the South race
hatred ultimately spread throughout the land. It is now utilized by
forces which desire to exploit the Negro and keep him from rising
above the level of serfdom.
As regards anti-Semitism, here is a profound statement by Erich
Kahler, a pre-Hitler professor of Heidelberg, now teaching at an
American university. "The persecution of the Jews is a universal
phenomenon; it is more or less perceptible the world over; it stretches
the whole length of human history: and it contains the whole inner
development of human society, adapting its forms, from antiquitv to
the present day, to every social change, and at the same time, whil"
assuming new forms, retaining the old ones or returning to them."
The similarity of anti-Semitism and prejudice towards the
Negro is like the comparison between the eleohant and camel on
the basis that each has four legs.
Contrasting Analogies
+Jenisti nor Mian
PAGE THREE
Anti-Jewish feeling begins with
religious differences. The Cruci-
fixion story in the background is
aggravated by the obstinate re-
fusal of the Jew to accept the
benefits, the blessings or the
salvation offered by Christianity.
The rabid anti-Semite is ever
ready to harp on the theme: Jew-
ish wealth. The stock in trade of
the envious demagogue is "the
Jewish control of Hollywood's
movies, international banking, the
press, the radio, and all the mines,
factories, and industries of the
nation."
The Jewish zest for education.
has created a "problem" for col-
leges, resulting in a quota system
to bar his admission. His intel-
lectual unrest finds expression in
the professions, in business, in
white-collar or skilled labor.
The Jewish insistence on main-,
taining his ancient cultural herit-
age, his separate group identity
labeled "clannishness," his aver-
sion to inter-marriage, his re-
fusal to assimilate has been a
constant puzzle to historians and
sociologists.
The Negro has not only ac-
cepted the white Savior; he is
perhaps the most ardent and de-
vout believer in all Christendom.
The Negro is largely a prole-
tariat. Neither his wealth nor his
capacity to get on in life can
excite the envy of the most dis-
possessed in the white popula-
tion.
The large mass of Negroes are
still scarcely literate (often the
result of denied opportunities).
Rarely a business or professional
man. he fills the rank of un-
skilled, marginal, or low cost
labor.
The Negro quickly forgot his
original tongue, gave up his in-
herited religion such as it was,
lost all memory of his African
homeland, and adopted complete-
ly the mores of the white man.
His eagerness to assimilate is pre-
vented by his black skin.
Lynching
The Pogrom, large or small, be-
gins with the intent to rob and
plunder. But when it starts going,
it usually ends with expuLsion or
liquidation. The Crusader, in
spite of his religious frenzy, was
not really concerned with saving
a soul for Christendom. Nor did
the Scientific inventor of the Nazi
crematorium seek to save a body
even for slave labor. Both aimed
at complete extermination.
vs. Pogrom
The objective of the lynching
I party is not so much to destroy
| the offender for his misdeed, real
or fancied, as to teach the other
Negroes a lesson in civility, in
ciccility, in "let them know their
place." The Georgia Cracker or
Mississippi Goon has no intention
to drive out the Negro, who is
valuable not only as a cheap
laborer but because his very
presence makes the most degrad-
ed share cropper of Tobacco Road
feel an aristocrat simply by rea-
son of his wite skin.
The two hatreds bear no relationship. Anti-Negro violence
exists among people who have never seen a Jewish face. Anti-
aemitism, in spite of its long ubiquitous life, has never been satis-
actonly explained. Then how can there be a natural alliance be-
tween people whom economics, religion, society, and culture divide
so completely? Nor is the Negro immune to anti-Semitism. The ease
with which he was injected with anti-Jewish virus by Nazi-Fascist
agitators before World War II points to something portentious in
the future.
Austrian Promises
Not Been Fulfilled
Jewish Head Says
^ VIENNA, (JTA) Dr. David
Shapira, president of the Vienna
Jewish Community, charged this
week that none of the promises
made by leading Austrian gov-
ernment officials some six months
ago have been fulfilled. Conse-
quently, Dr. Shapira told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the
10,000 Jews in Vienna are ex-
tremely dissatisfied with the de-
lay in property restitution and
inadequate housing facilities.
Although Dr. Leopold Figl.
Austrian Chancellor, asked Peter
Krauland, Minister for Property
Control, to consult with Jewish
leaders on questions of restitu-
tion, Dr. Shapira declared, Krau-
land asserted that "the Vienna
Jewish Community must be re-
garded as a religious institution,
the same as the Catholic or Pro-
testant Church."
Dr. Shapira said that Krauland
told him that "since the other
two religious institutions are not
permitted to delegate special ad-
visors to restitution meetings," an
exception cannot be made in the
case of the Jewish community.
Shapira expressed the belief that
the delay in restitution stems from
a basic lack of good will on the
part of the government, as well
as insufficient qualified restitu-
tion personnel. He said that there
are at present many former Nazis
and Nazi sympathizers holding
jobs in the Ministry of Property
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PAGE FIVE
Day Of Atonement Services Begin Tuesday Eve.
Greatet Miami will usher in Yom Kippur with Kol Nidre
services on Tuesday in synagogues and temples throughout
?he area.
At Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on
"Have You Lost Faith in the Future?" at 7:30 with Wednesday
morning services scheduled for
10 o'clock. Children's service will
be held in the assembly hall at
1:30 p.m. Yiscor at 3:30 with the
Rabbi speaking on "We Just
Don't Care Enough." Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will sing at all serv-
ices.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
officiate at services in Temple
Israel on Atonement eve, speak-
ing on "Israel: A Kingdom of
Priests and a Holy People." Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus,
will address the Congregation
with his sermon "Democracy
Needs a Day of Atonement." On
Wednesday at 10 a.m. Rabbi
Zwitman will speak on "The
Torah: God's Law In Man's
World," with the address "Purify-
ing the Soul" by Dr. Kaplan fol-
lowing.
At the Miami Beach Jewish
Center new house of worship
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will con-
duct services at 6:30 p.m., speak-
ing on "The Future Beckons."
will begin at 8 a.m. with Yiscor
services at 11 a.m. The sermon
topic will be "Lest We Forget."
Rabbi Lehrman will chant the
Neilah service. Cantor Goldring
assisted by the Center choir under
the direction of Joseph Schreib-
man, will be heard during all
services. The Junior Congregation
will meet Wednesday at 10:30
a.m. in the chapel of the new
building, with Jerry Klonsky
chanting. David Lehrman will de-
liver a sermonette on "God and
Man."
Kol Nidre at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will be
at 5:30 with Rabbi Simon April
addressing the congregation on
"Man's Needs and Desires." Wed-
nesday morning services will take
place at 8, followed by Yiscor at
11 a.m. Rabbi April will address
the congregation.
Beth David will hear Kol
Nidre services at six o'clock. Rab-
On Yom Kippur the day's prayers bi Max Shapiro will speak on
"Believe Not All You Hear."
Wednesday morning services will
begin at 8:30. Rabbi Shapiro will
preach on "When the Dead Awak-
en" at Yiscor to be held at 10:30.
Concluding services will take
place at 5:30 with the Rabbi
speaking on "Peace for All." Stu-
dent services under the direction
of Jerome Gordon, executive and
educational director, will be held
at 10:30 in the auditorium with
Jerry Coburn, Harvey Kasow and
Edgar Lewis participating.
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will hear Kol Nidre
at 5:45 on Tuesday, with Rabbi
Murray Grauer preaching on "In-
ternational Atonement." Services
will be conducted by Cantor Mil-
ton Friedman while in the audi-
torium Cantors J. Siegel and
Louis Jacobskind will officiate.
Services on Yom Kippur will be-
fin at 8 a.m. in both the audi-
torium and in the main syna-
gogue. Rabbi Grauer will preach
on "Our Memories." Junior serv-
ices on Yom Kippur will be held
in the Center building at 10 a.m.
under Bernard Kimmel, of the
religious school staff. Rabbi
Lazarus Lehrer will conduct the
early part of the services in the
main synagogue.
Temple Isaiah will hold its first
Yom Kippur services beginning
with Kol Nidre at 8:15. Rabbi
David Raab will speak on "The
Voice of Kol Nidre." Wednesday
morning services will begin at
10 a.m. with the Rabbi speaking
on "At-One-Ment with God and
Man." Children's service at 1 p.m.
The Rabbi will talk on "Our Bud-
ding Youth." Yiscor at 3 p.m. The
sermon will be "Life Beyond
Death." Mrs. Richard D. Good-
man will sing during all services.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
conduct all services at Beth
Tfilah, beginning with Kol Nidre
at 5:30. The Rabbi will speak on
"Light and Happiness." At 7 a.m.
Wednesday he will address the
congregation on "The World of
the Souls." Yiscor services will
take place at 11 o'clock followed
by Mussaf at noon. Mincha serv-
ices are scheduled for 4 p.m. with
the concluding Day of Atonement
services at 5.
At Beth Jacob on Tuesday at
5:45 Kol Nidre services will be
chanted by Cantor Louis D.
Feder. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak on the theme "Pro
Domo." Wednesday morning Yom
Kippur services will begin at 7:30
at the community building at 8
in the synagogue. Yiscor memorial
services at 11 and Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will preach on "Commtin-
ing with Myself." Services will be
chanted at the synagogue by Can-
tor Louis D. Feder assisted by
Rev. M. Katz. Cantor Nathan
Wrooble will chant the services
at the community building as-
sisted by Rev. S. Guttman. Neilah
services will be chanted by Rabbi
Mescheloff at the synagogue at
6:30 and by Cantor N. Wrooble
at the community building.
At the Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center Rabbi Max Kauf-
man will conduct the services
Tuesday evening at 7, speaking
on "The Powerhouse of the
Spirit." His sermon on Yom Kip-
pur will be "The Dead Who Live."
Cantor Julius Rosenstein, who
will chant during the services was
recently paid tribute by Rabbi
Kaufman from the pulpit for his
splendid rendition of the Rosh
Hashonah traditional chants.
Children's services will be con-
ducted in the new chapel on
Wednesday at 2 p. m.
Letters To The Editor
Contact Resumed
A letter wishing them New
Year's greetings was received last
week by Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rappiiport of 1765 S.W. 16th Terr.
from relatives in Constatza, Ru-
mania.
The family there, who suffered
the hardships of the war in con-
centration and work camps, all
survived and have resumed their
family ties again.
In preceding letters, the family
expressed wishes to come to
America, and write in this letter,
dated Sept. 14, "As regards the
exit visa, I am sorry it cannot be
obtained, and much to my regret,
I think the idea of getting into
the U.S.A. must be dropped for
the time being at least."
One of Mrs. Rappaport's great-
nephews, an 18 year old, wrote
several months ago that his de-
sire was to study medicine in
Palestine. In the last letter they
write. "Bcnno, who is in Pales-
tine since about six months, is
now fighting against the Arabs
in Dagania. He writes often to
his parents, relations, etc. and his
.'ast letter received a few days
ago mentions that he is feeling
quite well and is very happy to
be a soldier in the new State of
Israel."
Service
The following letter was re-
ceived by the Jewish Floridian
from Mrs. Florence Finkelstein,
executive secretary of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women:
"We wish to extend our thanks
for your co-operation in aiding
us to locate relatives for people
from overseas. Through the use
of your newspaper, we have been
successful in contacting some of
these relatives. Even today we
have been rewarded by the loca-
tion of a man being sought by
his sister-in-law in Europe."
Hebrew Calendar
5709 1948
Bhabbath Bbqvah .. Oet
Yom Kippur ................................. Oct. 13
Su.roth, 1st day...........................Oct. 18
Saccoth, 2nd day ........................ Oct. 19
Hashanah Rabba ...................... Oct. 24
Shemlnl Atzereth ..........................Oct. 23
Slmchath Torah ..............................Oct. 26
'Rosb Chodesh. Cheshvan ____Nov. 3
Rosh fhodesh, Klslev_____........Dec. 3
Chanukah, 1st day -----------------Dec. 27
Chanukah, 2nd day ----------------Dec. 28
'Also observed previous day.
2 More Committees
May Joan Inquiry
Into Koch's Case
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
possibility that the Armed Serv-
ices Committee and the Judiciary
Committee of the Senate may
soon join the Senate Investigat-
ing Committee in its inquiry into
the commutation of the life sent-
ence of Use Koch, wife of the
former commandant of the Buch-
enwald concentration camp who
was charged with making lamp-
shades of human skin, was in-
dicated here today.
Meanwhile. Army Secretary
Kenneth C. Royall has issued an
order prohibiting all Army of-
ficers connected with the Koch
case from discussing it with the
press. This was done, the Army
Department explained, out of re-
spect for the Senate Investigating
Committee, which should hear
the case first.
Weizman Reveals Truman Promise;
Surrenders His British Citizenship
(Continued from Page 1)
toward us." Declaring that the
U.S.S.R. "has supported us hon-
estly and fairly," he added: "I
should like to see our relations
with all countries on a level of
decency and trust. I have no
particular axe to grind for Russia
or any other country."
Dr. Weizmann expressed the
hope that relations between Is-
rael and Britain would improve
soon. "Britain," he stated, "will
play a very great role in the
! Middle East. In the interests of
both parties, the relations should
be normalized. They are at pres-
ent not what they should be. I
believe there is a considerable
volume of opinion which would
like to see the re-establishment
of the old traditional friendship
and I will do what I can for
this."
"Israel can and should live in
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (JTA)
L. C. Schmuhl, former United
States officer who was assigned
the job of cleaning up the Buch-
enwald concentration camp after
the liberation, displayed several
"souvenirs" of human skin which
he said he found in the formei
residence of Isle Koch. The sou-
venirs included pieces of a lamp-
shade and parts of a book cover.
peace with both the East and
West." the Israeli President con-
tinued. Touching on the possi-
bility of establishing peace with
the Arabs, Dr, Weizmann warned
that peace will not come of itself,
but must be worked for. He added
that he would like to see definite
steps taken to achieve it.
Referring to the domestic sit-
uation in the Jewish state, Dr.
Weizmann asserted that he was
deeply impressed with the buoy-
ancy in the air and the apparent
happiness of the people, despite
the difficult economic situation.
Asked by a correspondent wheth-
er Israeli's emergency defense
regulations are consonant with
democratic traditions, the Is-
raeli President replied: "Terror-
ism does not fit into democratic
traditions."
Asked how he conceived the
role of a President. Dr. Weizmann
stated that he clearly did not in-
tend to be a figurehead, but at
the same time did not wish to
interfere in the machinery of gov-
ernment, indicating that he favor-
ed a role similar to that of
Thomas Masaryk in Czechoslo-
vakia.

LAWRENCE A. SXELNHAPDT
p.o M hy RHODA SIMON
H/H 1931, A PAMPHLET ENTITLED "THE TRUTH,
THE WHOLE TRUTH AMD NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH*
TOOK THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCENE BY STORM
WHEN IT CRITICIZED THE HOOVER ADMINISTRATION
AND ASKED FOR A 'NEW DEAL: IT'S AUTHOR WAS"
BORN OF WELL KNOWN JEWISH PARENTAGE IN NEW
YORK IN 1892, STEINHARDT ATTENDED COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITY, AND WAS ADMITTED TO THE BAR IN I9lb
AFTER SERVIN6 IN THE ARMY, STEINHARDT JOINED
THE LAW FIRM OF HIS UNCI.E, SAMUEL UNTE?Y,EYER,
WHERE HE REMAINED UNTIL 1933
STEINHARDT REMAINED AS SWEDISH MINISTER FOR 4
YEARS. IN 1937, HE WAS MADE AMBASSADOR TO
PERU, AT A TIME WHEN PAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS
WERE IN NEED OF A SHOT IN THE ARM.
AS A RESULT OF MIS EXPLOSIVE PAMPHLET,
HE WAS OFFERED THE POST OF MINISTER TO
SWEDEN BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
f*0M 9\K, STHhMR0T WM GIVEN AN EVEN
UMI < &Tf MutHMEtfl WHEN IN 1939
SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS OF ENGLAND PRAISED
STEINHARDT'S INTEGRITY AND WISDOM WHICH
MADE POSSIBLE THE RUSSO-ENGLISH-AMERICAN
ALLIANCE WHEN GERMANY ATTACKED RUSSIA
IN 1941. _. -sSS*- **
IN 1942, STEINHARDT WAS SENT TO
TURKEY WHERE HE STROVE TO PREVENT
THAT COUNTRY FROM JOINING THE AXIS.
THREE YEARS LATER.HE WAS APPOINTED TO THE POSITION HE STILL NOUS
TODAY-AMBASSADOR TO CZECHOSLOVAKIA, HOT SPOT Of EUROPE.
THIS POST WILL DETERMINE THE STRENGTH OF THE STATEMENT MAM
BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT THAT THIS APPOINTEE "KNEW MOM ABOUT
THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN PROBLEM THAN ANYONE ELSE IN THE STATE
DEPARTMENT"-
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streets 7 c bee beha^ il
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nvpilings
Tamara Board Meets
Annie Meltzer will tar:e place Cr.apter Mizrachi Women will be
Sunday at 10 a.rr.. al Ml Nebc held on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at
etery. Rabbi Murray Grauei th ;: Mrs. Ida Joffe, 1895
..: ::...a:e. Friends and rela- S.W. 11th Terr.
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The unveiling of a n oument investment. He sells them as a
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tery with Rabbi Grauer officiat-
ing. Friends and relatives are
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Post Voin Kippur
Dance Is V Evont
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Staff
Sgt. Le Roy S. Feldman, who was
killed in action at Sance, France.
in 1944 will be held Sunday at
2 p.m. a: Mt Nebo Cemetery.
. Colmao A. Zwitman will
fficiate, Friends and relatives
ire asked to ^e present.
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pui dance u be held We
day evening a: the Miami V
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948
+Jeisti ftcridFiain
PAGE SEVEN
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple IvmL 137 N.E. 19th St.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerixua.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on 'The
Babbath of Repentance." Saturday
EntM at ll a.m.. Rabbi Zwitman
" 1 on "Return. Oh Israel."
Temple laaiah. 4925 Collini
a.Ta., Miami Beach. Rabbi David
Baab.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Baab will officiate. Rabbi Raab
Km apeak on "U Is Time for Re-
Daatance." A reception will follow.
Ralurloua School Sunday at 10 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Friday evening services at 8. Speak-
er to be announced.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Lean Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 8:15. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "Why Should
1 Belong to a Temple? Why Should I
ui.-nd Services? Why Should I Send
My Child to Religious School?" Satur-
day morning service at 10:45.
CONSERVATIVE
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Rabbi ivt-hrinan and Cantor Goldring
will conduct services. Saturday morn-
ing services 9:00 a.m. the rabbi will
speak on "Soul Searching." Daily
services at 8 a.m., and 6:15
p.m. Hebrew school Monday through
Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday
achool at 10 a.m. Sllchos service Sat-
urday night at 11:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man will preach on "On The Thres-
hold. Cantor Goldring, assisted by
the center choir, under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman will chant the
services
Congregation Beth David, 135
K.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30
am Rabbi Shapiro and Rev. Mamches
will officiate. Hebrew school Monday
through Friday at3:30. Sunday school
registration Sunday at 10 a.m.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Kaufman will speak. Saturday
morning services at 10. Religious
school on Sept. 12 at 10:30. Registra-
tion from y a.m. to 6 p.m. dally.
ORTHODOX
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 5:45 a.m.;
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Rabbi April will speak on "Steps
Leading to Repentance." Mlslina
classes at 5 p.m. Minchn at 6 p.m.
Hebrew school dally from 3:15 to 6:30
p.m. Sunday school sessions will begin
Sunday at in a.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor
Milton Friedman.
FVIday evening service at 6:46
Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
Junior congregation services at 10
a.m. Kabbi Grauer will deliver the
traditional Sabbath Shuvah Discourse.
Mni.In at 5:30 followed by Shalos
Slldoa. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Registration for religious school from
>:3u to 6 p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovaky.
Friday evening services 6:30 p.m.;
Saturday morning services at 8:30
m. The rabbi will speak on the
lortion of the Week. Saturday after-
noon at 5 p.m. the rabbi will speak on
Repentance." attnoha at 6 p.m. foi-
owed by Shalos Sudos. Maariv at 7:30
I'm. followed by a class in Jewish
Uiws and Customs. Morning services
n Mishnah.
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
'11 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloif;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m.
fUlirday morning at 8 Philip Kay,
lwn "'Mr. and Mrs. Sassoon. will In-
come Bar Mltzvah. At 4 o'clock Rabbi
-nT ,'''"ff wi" deliver the traditional
washa on Repentance for the
Modern Man." Mlncha at 6:00
P m folowed by Shalos Sudos.
Hanoi Mescheloff will speak on the
.mi i of tne Week- Registration of
SETj for Sunday school and Hebrew
cnool Sunday from 9:30 to noon.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8,
Levensons Announce Daughter's
Engagement To William Lubel
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson of
Taturr. Waterway Dr., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Marilyn, to
William A. Lubel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Lubel. formerly of
Miami and r.ow of 165 S. Mon-
terrey St. Mob::e. AI
The engagement was ar.Dur.ced
in Mobile on Sepl 2S and an open
house was held at the Lev-
home last Saturday.
:.!.ss Lever..- n ..::ted
from Miami Beach Senior H:gh
school i>-i tennis
champ:cn of Flori Mr L-rel
was graduated fr :r. Mi
Sir:'": High SCl -zed
the V: iv r. it; [Florida, where
he was a er of P: Lambda
Phi fraternity. He scrv^i in the
Navy foi tw
Miami
122
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in AZA
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will teen- t
lUnCh-' ._;_;
Overseas
Mrs. William Ix>eb. co-chair-
man of the Miami Beach SOS
committee, and vice president of
the American Jewish Congress,
will open her home to the public
at a tea on Thursday from two
e Begins
B'm^i B'rith WAtnoni Tea At Home Of Mrs. Loeb To Aid
Hal D rim WOmer 0v0PSeas Babies as SOS Drive H"
Of Beach Chapter
Sponsor Luncheon
activities this year with a
, eon meeting in the form of a
panel discussion, planned for 12
noon. Tuesday. October 19. at the
.Colony Restaurant. Short talks
by the guests representing the
Jewish women's grouns on the
beach who will briefly explain
as admission.
"To help keep the young Jew-
ish generation overseas alive and
healthy." Mrs. Loeb, who lives
at 1937 Meridian Ave., urges her
many friends and other interested
persons in the Greater Miami area
to attend the affair and respond
generously with donations of
items such as sweaters, diapers.
the purposes and activities of
iii 1.11 a shirts, nightgowns, crib sheets,
their organization will follow. An | ^ ^^ ^ tQwels
open forum discussion will be A quota 0f 1,250,000 layette
[ conducted by Mrs. Harold Turk, j items is t^ing sought by the Na-
i president of the Beach Chapter, tionai SOs Committee for im-
of B'nai B'rith. mediate overseas shipment.
Highlight of the garden tea will
No date has
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the
Marilyn Levenson
Personally Speaking ...
Mrs. Lena Kaplan 639 12th St., Miami Beach, has returned
to bar home after spending the summer with her son-in-law
cr.z daughter Dr. and .''.:s. Green oi Detroit, Michigan.
* *
Henry Cohen, 26'.'. S.W. 2nd St., is recuperating at home
cY.cw.r.z zt. operation.
* *
Anyuta Melicov, \ozz. pianist, ar.d her mother Rebecca
Melicov have returned to their home following three months
in the norh The- Berkshire Music Festival cr.d the World's Fair
c: Musi: v.-re both attended by Miss Melicov, who divided her
vacation among the Catsk.lls, New York City, and American
Ver.ice Long Island. She will renew her professional activities
on October 15.
* *
Mr. ~r.d Mrs. Morris NewmarK, owners of the Tides Hotel,
have returned to Miami Beast following a two months' vaca-
tion. While away they spent time with relatives in Chicago and
Indiana and were also guests at Kellogg's Battle Creek Sani-
tarium.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence E. Singer announce the birth of a
sen on Sunday October 3, at Victoria Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Mcurice Cohn, 297 N. Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus
Island, Miami Beach, announce the birth of their daughter
Mcrice Carolyn on Friday, October 1.
first vice president of the district
will represent the B'nai B'rith
Women's organization in the
panel discussion.
Mrs. Max A. Schwartz, chair-
man in charge of luncheon ar-
rangements, is being assisted by
Mrs. Alex A. Straus and Mrs.
Normal Babel.
be a gala show featuring noted
artists currently appearing in
Mrs. William Loeb
toeaT nightspots'. 2r*7~Mitlld*i with Mrs- Loe*> and Mrs. Harry
Ratner is general chairman of the Kaufman acting as Miami Beach
Greater Miami SOS committee co-chairmen.
Homas Announce Daughter s Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ira
j Homa. formerly of Miami and
I now residing in the Canal Zone.
announce the engagement of their
Jr. Hadassah Holds
Dance At Raleigh
Final plans have been com-
pleted for the Holiday Hop to
be given by the Miami Beach
Unit of Junior Hadassah tomor-
row evening at the Raleigh Hotel.
Guy and Denise Rennie. of the
Clover Club, will be guest stars.
Proceeds will go toward medical
Sugarman." Mrs""Trying" Rubin'- supplies for the Henrietta Szold
stein. Mrs. Jack Gernis, Mrs. Jos- Scho1 of Nursing in Israel.
PTA Established
For Beach School
The Parent-Teachers Associa-
I tion of the Hebrew Academy of
i Miami Beach was formed at a
recent meeting held at the home
of Mrs. Irving FrankeL The
group was formed for the pur-
pose of promoting closer coopera-
tion between the home and the
school, according to Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. provisional president.
Other provisional officers include
Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Sol
daughter Barbara Jane to Judge
Manuel Howard Stein, of Hibbmg
Minn. The wedding is scheduled
to take place in Chicago in No-
vember.
eph Soloway, Mrs. Sidney Rabin-
owitz and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
A permanent slate of officers
Tickets are $1.00 per person
and can be obtained from any
member of the organization or
will be elected when the organ-iat the door-_______________
ization holds its first regular I ~~
meeting to be announced shortly, i B&VII*lit R&llV
Presents Russell
Harold Russell, handless vet-
i eran who won an Oscar by his
The Emma Lazarus Chapter performance in the movie -Best
Business and Professional Worn-;Years { ur Lives *" sPeak
en of B'nai B'rith will conduct a at aP, Amencanisrn ra ly spon-
District Head To Talk
To La2arus Chapter
on
the
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Axlrod Nuptials
Set For December
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971
S.W. 18th Ct.. announce the en-
i cagerr.ent of their daughter
Muriel to Martin Miller, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller. 340
N. E. 17th St. Muriel is a grad-
1 uate of Miami High school. Jack.
who also attended local schools.
served in the army for three
ears. The wedding has been
cheduled for December 12.
membership drive meeting
Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at
Beach Y auditorium.
Mrs. Irving Becker, first vice
president of District Grand Lodge
No. 5 will be principal speaker.
Her talk will embrace B'nai
B'rith's second century of serv-
ice. A motion picture "This Is
B'nai B'rith" will be shown. Re-
freshments will be served follow-
ing the program, which is under
the direction of the Misses Lil-
lian Machtei and Dorothy Rader.
Miss Ethel Pont will preside.
sored by the B'nai B'rith Council
!of Greater Miami on Sunday,
October 31 in Flamingo Park.
The city-wide celebration will
mark the 105th anniversary of
B'nai B'rith. the country's oldest
Jewish service organization.
Strictly Kosher Dairy, Sand-
wiches, Sealtest Fountain Service,
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices
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Sholem Gives Stag
At Variety Club
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
hold a stag-smoker on Thursday
at 8:15 p.m. at the Variety Club
on the Alcazar Roof. John Kron-
enfeld, chairman of the affair, an-
nounces that Frank Jaffe is in
charge of the program and will
secure local night club entertain-
ment.
Admission will be limited to
members who are accompanied
by a new or prospective member.
New Date Set For
Aged Home Auxiliary
The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
have postponed their board meet- I
ing. originally planned for yester- |
dav. until Mondav. October 11, at
1:30 p.m. at the Home, 335 S.W.
12th Ave. Mrs. Etna Beck, presi-
dent, will preside.
Guest speaker will be Leo Al-
len, executive director of the
Home.
Political Platforms
Debate Subject Of
Miami Y Forum
Ben Essen, chairman of the
Adult Activities Committee, of
the Miami Y, announces that the
first in a series of Town Hall
Forums will take place at the
Miami Y Monday evening at 8
o'clock.
Topic for discussion is "The
1948 Political PktformsWhich
One Is Best For America?"
The speakers will be Dar.te
Fascell, president. Jr. Chamber
of Commerce, for the Democratic
Party: Harold Tannin, prominjnt
attorney, for th Progressive
Party: Dr. F. P. Archer, for the
Republican Party: and James F.
Cooper, lawyer and citrus grower,
for the Dixiecrats. J hn Penne-
kamp. associate editor of the Mi-
ami Herald, who will act as
moderator, stated. "Thu will be
a town hall type meeting. The
moderator will direct the discus-
sion and the audience will be
permitted to ask questions from
the floor."
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PAGE NINE
Danger In Discord
Freedom Pamphlet
Issued By ADL
Development and historical
origins of anti-Semitism in the
United States is the subject of
Danger in Discord, second in the
series of Freedom Pamphlets pub-
lished by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, according
to an announcement by George
j Talianoff, director of the Lea-
gue's Florida Regional Office, 330
Sevbold Building, Miami.
Written by Professor Oscar
Handlin of Harvard, and his wife
Mary Handlin, Danger in Dis-
cord analyzes the factors in
American history which gave rise
to anti-Semitism in recent years.
T e Hnndlins point out that
anti-Semitism arrived on the
American scene comparatively
latetoward the latter part of
the 19th century. An important
factor in its development were
those native groups which em-
braced a false racial ideology and
sought to end the flood tide of
immigration.
From this racist philosophy, in
turn, the Handlins say, stemmed
the pattern of social and econ-
omic discrimination which is di-
re, ted at Jews and other minor-
ities.
This pattern ultimately evolved
into the blatant and overt anti-
Semitism of the '20's and '30's.
when the Ku Klux Klan, Father
Coughlin, the Bund, Silver Shirts
and similar groups adopted anti-
Semitismoften accompanied by
slander and violenceas a poli-
tical weapon.
Asse:ting that anti-Semitism is
not indigenous to the American
body politic, the Handlins point
out that America must make a
choice now. Does it have the
faith, they ask, to say as it did
at tic inception of its history.
"We know, properly, speaking, no
strangers."
Freedom Pamphlets is prepared
by the ADL's Program Division
with Frank N. Trager as editor,
as a Feries devoted to the study
of group relation problems. First
release was The Responsibility Is
Ours by Bonaro W. Overstreet.
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BRANDEIS JOINS RANKS
OF AMERICA'S UNIVERSITY
Climaxing years of planning
and activity, Brandeis University,
the first Jewish-sponsored, non-
sectarian institution of higher ed-
ucation in the country, is being
launched this week-end at Boston
and Waltham, Massachusetts,
amidst the pageantry and cere-
monials appropriate to the his-
toric occasion.
More than 200 official delegates
of American and foreign universi-
ties colleges and learned societies,
including the presidents of 35 in-
stitutions, will converge on Bos-
ton to welcome Brandeis Uni-
versity and extend the greetings
of their institutions.
Highlighting the three day In-
augural Festivities scheduled for
October 7. 8 and 10 are the in-
auguration ceremonies and in-
stallation of Dr. Abram Leon
Sachar as Brandeis' first presi-
dent at Symphony Hall, Boston.
Guests attending the ceremonies
will number over 2,000 and
thousands more will hear Dr. Ar-
thur H. Compton, chancellor of
Washington University, Dr.
Sachar, and George Alpert, presi-
dent of Brandeis' board of trus-
tees over the nation-wide net-
work of the Mutual Broadcasting
Company.
At high noon on the day of
Brandeis University's Inaugural
Festivities, John W. Taylor, presi-
dent of the University of Louis-
ville, the late Justice Brandeis'
alma mater, will place a wreath
on the tomb of Louis D. Brandeis,
whose memory is the inspiration
for the new university.
The Inaugural Festivities will
be launched Thursday morning.
October 7, with a reception at the
Hotel Somerset, Boston. In ac-
cordance with academic ritual,
delegates will be presented to Dr.
Sachar and will read the formal
greetings of their institutions.
Thursday afternoon delegates
will tour Brandeis' 100 acre camps
with Dr. Sachar and members of
the board of trustees acting as
guides.
A special point of interest on
the campus will be the exhibit
of Brandeisiana arranged in con-
nection with the Inagural Festivi-
ties. The exhibit will include the
portrait of the Justice on loan
from the United States Supreme
Court, the death masks of Justice
Brandeis University, first Jew-
ish-sponsored non-sectarian Uni-
versity, is officially ushered into
the ranks of higher educational
institutions with athree day pro-
gram (October 7-10) of Inaugural
Festivities including the Installa-
tion of Dr. Abram Leon Sachar,
the first President of the newly-
created Waltham, Massachusetts,
University. Principal participants
are (I. to r.) George Alpert, Bos-
'ton attorney and President of the
Board of Trustees of Brandeis
University, Dr. Abram Leon
Sachar, and Dr. Arthur H. Comp-
ton, President of Washington Un-
iversity, St. Louis. Thirty College
Presidents will be among the
more than 200 representatives of
Universities, Colleges, and
Learned Societies present to wel-
come Brandeis University into
the academic brotherhood.
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and Mrs. Brandeis, Brandeis' note-
books while a student at Harvard
Law School, and papers, briefs
and documents relating to the
many phases of Brandeis' public
life.
Thursday evening in Boston's
Symphony Hall transformed by
the university's impressive coat
of arms, shield and banners,
Brandeis University will official-
ly join the ranks of America's in-
stitutions of higher education.
The inaugural ceremonies and
installation will be preceded by
an academic procession of dele-
gates gowned in the appropriate
robes and headdresses. Many un-
usual costumes worn by repre-
sentatives of foreign institutions
will add to the pageantry and
color.
In the presence of the assem-
bled academic delegation George
Alpert will induct Dr. Sachar,
who will then give his inaugural
address. In accepting the respons-
ibilities of his position, Dr.
Sachar will discuss the program
of development envisioned for
Brandeis.
Dr. Arthur H. Compton will fly
to Boston from St. Louis to de-
liver the main address of the
evening. On hand to welcome
Brandeis University into the il-
lustrious group of Massachusetts'
institutions of higher education
will be the Hon. Robert F. Brad-
ford, governor.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Hebrew Union College, will
deliver the invocation and Dr. Si-
mon Greenberg, acting president
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, will pronounce the bene-
diction.
In the symposium featured Fri-
day morning, October 8, college
presidents will attempt to answer
the academic sixty-four dollar
question: what should students
learn at college?
Participating in the conference
'Contemporary Trends in Higher
Education" will be Dr. Everett
N. Case, president of Colgate Uni-
versity; Edward C Fuller, presi-
dent of Bard College; and Pro-
fessor John H. Finely, Harvard
University.
Dr. Paul Klapper, president
emeritus of Queens College, will
address the delegates at a lunch-
eon meeting following the sym-
posium. He will summarize the
latest trends in curricular plan-
ning in American colleges and
universities.
The three day program of In-
augural Festivities will close with
an open house at the university's
campus, Waltham, on Sunday,
October 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The academic year will get un-
derway on October 14 when the
120 members of the pilot fresh-
man class register. Classes will
begin October 20.
Eliahu Epstein, first minister
to United States from the newly
created Jewish state of Israel will
extend the greetings of Israel to
Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, first
president of newly created Jew-
ish-sponsored Brandeis Universi-
ty on the occasion of the in-
augural ceremonies, Thursday
evening, October 7.
National broadcast by Mutual
Network will include Epstein's
address.
Miami Plays Host To
Three Conventions
During October
Three big conventions the
American Legion, National As-
sociation of Letter Carriers and
Southern Medical Association
will furnish the October kick-off
for what promises to be one of
Miami's greatest winter seasons.
Delegates and visitors totalling
more than 75,000 will flock to
Miami for the three pre-season
conventions, starting with tire
Letter Carriers on Oct. 11-16.
The Legion's famed annual con
vention will be staged Oct. 18-21,
followed by the Southern Medi-
cal Association, Oct. 25-28.
Ready to house these groups
and the visitors of the 1948-49
winter season are the largest col-
lection of hotels in Greater Mi-
ami's history600.
Many of the hotels have been
enlarged and remodeled since last
year.
Miami hotelmen believe the
1948-49 season is going to be
every bit as good, if not better,
than last winter when Miami
played host to more than 2,000,-
000 visitors.
Advisory Council
Warns Communities
On Election Issues
A memorandum designed to
alert all Jewish communities to
the possible occurrence of ap-
peals to racial or religious pre-
judice in the course of the cur-
rent political campaign; and to
urge that any such incidents be
reported promptly to the Nation-
al Community Relations Advisory
Council, so that proper represent-
ations may be made to the party
or parties involved, and appro-
priate party counter-action in-
itiated, was issued by the or-
ganization last week.
By direction of the executive
committee on May 25, 1948, the
chairman of the NCRAC wrote
to the chairmen of the Republi-
can and Democratic National
Committees, calling upon them
"to inform the members of your
party and the public generally,
that any appeals to racial and
religious prejudice in the course
of the impending campaign would
be repugnant to the party leader-
ship as it would be contrary to
the spirit of our democracy."
Replies from both chairmen
were favorable. The Democratic
National Committee stated "that
the Democratic National Com-
mittee and all responsible Demo-
cratic leadership have always
definitely repudiated any injec-
tion of class, racial or religious
bias or prejudice in their activi-
ties. It has been a consistent pol-
icy of the Democratic Party and
the record clearly shows that any
deviation from it is repugnant to
the responsible Democratic lead-
ership at all levels."
The Republican National Com-
mittee wrote, "We agree with you
and your organization that the
injection of class, racial or re-
ligious prejudicial appeals have
no place in either a political cam-
paign or in American life. The
history of the Republican Party
throughout its eighty-eight years
of existence is concrete proof of
this."
This correspondence was re-
viewed by the NCRAC executive
committee at its meeting of Sep-
tember 21, at which time it was
decided to apprise the communi-
ties of the pledges made by the
responsible heads of the major
political parties, and to alert them
to the occurrence of any incidents
which contravene these pledges.
Such incidents should be report-
edly promptly to the NCRAC, in
order that proper steps may be
taken, the memorandum stated.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. ig48
Jewish Education
(Continued from Page 2)
town because he wanted to so
much, rather it was used only as
the excuse for not attending. The
child can very easily manufacture
more excuses even if Hebrew
school were only two days, espe-
cially if he has parental consent.
In spite of the progressive
methods used by Hebrew educa-
tors, the afternoon Hebrew school
is declining for it no longer at-
tracts the same number (in per-
centage) of students as in forrr.er
years. Where is the fault? The
blame can be attributed directly
at the door of the parents. They
adopt an attitude of indifferent-
ism. If the child wants to go to
school they won't discourage him,
neither will they encourage him.
Religion should be left entirely
in the hands of the child. accord-
Parochial educat.on. They are the
Ivrith B*Ivrith method (Hebrew
into Hebrew^. Ivrith B'Yiddish,
Ivrith B'English.
Some schools follow the Ramaz
plan which integrates the English
and Hebrew program. It has no
specific time for English studies
or for Hebrew. Their first period
might be arithmetic, the second
Hebrew reading, the third Ameri-
can history, the fourth Bible, etc.
In most schools, however, the
Hebrew subjects are taught in
the morning and English studies
in the afternoon. In a short article
of this type one can't possibly
hope to explain in detail the ad-
vantages and disadvantages of
each particular method. Suffice
it to say that from a nationalist
Zionist point of view, Ivrith
B'lvrith is the preferred method.
DPs Usher in the New Year
At Services in Germany
U. S. Saving Bonds-the f^,
crop that grows. <
ir.g to the modern parent. Would j From an emotional Galut aspect
they apply the same criterion | the Yiddish is the best, and for
when dealing with the child'.-, compiete understanding in the
physical well being. Would they I American scene, the Ivrith in Eng-
let their youngster come in at
any hour of the nightsaying
that he is old enough to know
what he is doing. It is their nega-
tive approach that has killed our
educational system. In reality
there should be another branch
of education that would be able
to reach our parentsone that
would give them a wholesome
outlook on life and would instill
in them the desire to have their
children taught the totality of
Judaism.
Mention must of course be
made of the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony, the ritual which marks the
young man's entering manhood.
The child is being initiated into
the offices of his creed by an
elaborate procedure involving the
violation of its major institu-
tions, the Sabbath and the laws
of Kashruth. The trefa Bar Mitz-
vah banquet, and the long line of
cars around the synagogue are
sad commentaries on our spirit-
ual well being.
There are other considerations!
that should be included in a
proper evaluation of Chinuch."
The parents take very little in-1
terest, they don't take the trouble J
to find out enough about the i
school, the staff. Seldom do the i
parents ask the child what he j
actually studies, or remind him'
to say grace before and aftei .
meals. In other words, as long as
their child can be "Bar Mitz-
vah" they are satisfied. Until
this attitude is changed the hope
of improving our school system is
discouraging.
I have left for the last the third
prevailing type of religious edu-
cation because it is the only one of
all the systems that is increasing
in both number of schools and in
number of enrollees. I am re-
ferring to the Parochial or Day
School. The Day school represents
the maximum type of education
that a Jewish child can obtain.
Under one roof he receives both,
his secular studies and his He-
brew studies. His secular studies
local city Board of Education.
There are different methods of
are under the supervision of the
lish method would receive first
honor.
Until lately the organization of
Day schools, has been on a city
to city basis. There was no na-
tional coordination, no inter-
change of ideas and plans among
the various schools. To strengthen
Jewish education and provide the
maximum of Jewish teachings
and beliefs, a national organiza-
tion of Torah Umesorah was
founded to initiate and sponsor
and aid formation of Day schools.
Two other groups the Vaad
Hachinuch Hachredi a Yede Miz-
rachi and the Lubawitch have
also organized a number of
schools in many cities. One mis-
conception has been done away
with by these various organiza-
tions. Formerly people thought
that only large cities such as New
York. Baltimore. Chicago, etc.,
PREVENT
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services arranged for Jewish displaced persons in the U. S. Zone
of Germany.
could afford the luxury of maxi-
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proven that small cities like Mi-
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similar institutions and are fruit-
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our heritage for our youth.
It is encouraging that we in
Miami are beginning to realize
that religion is a natural need of
the soul and demands cultivation.
Religion is the glow of G-d in
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PAGE ELEVEN
B'nai B'rith Lodges
Strive For Members
Presents and membership
chairmen of all B'nai B'nth lodges
in Greater Miami will meet at
the Sholem Lodge luncheon to-
day at the Downtowner Restaur-
ant to report on progress of the
current membership drive, it has
been announced by Charles R.
jacobson, executive secretary of
,he B'nai B'rith Council.
A bronze plaque to be awarded
to the lodge securing most mem-
bers will be displayed by Bill
Pallot, Council president.
Gershon S. Miller, chairman of
the membership committee of
Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith, an-
nounces that the group will hold
its second annual membership
stag-smoker at the Raleigh Hotel
on Monday at 8:30 p.m. Saul
Genet, chairman of the affair, has
planned a program consisting of
sports films, entertainment and
refreshments. Sholem Lodge pres-
ident, Marx A. Faber, will give
a brief address. Men between the
ages of 21 and 35 are invited to
attend.
Council Luncheon
Postponed Until Oct. 15
The luncheon originally planned
for this week by the National
Council of Jewish Women has
been postponed until Friday,
October 15, at 12:30 p.m. The af-
fair will be held at the Hyde
Park Hotel.
Hebrew Academy Plans
Anniversary Dinner
The Hebrew Academy is com-
pleting plans for its first anni-
versary dinner to be held on De-
cember 12 at the Grossinger-
Pancoast Hotel. A musical recital
will form part of the evening's
entertainment.
Plaza Presents Yiddish
Picture "Mirele Efros"
The Plaza Theatre, Miami
Beach, will present the screen ver-
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classic, "Mirele Efros," starring
Berta Gersten, on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. Michael
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at 12:15 noon Rabbi Murray
Grauer will speak over WIOD;
Rabbi Leon Kronish at 8 p.m. on
WKAT; at 6:15 p.m. on Monday
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Miami B & P Group Meet Beach Masada Elects
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The organization is now laying
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November. Miss Ruth Steinberg
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Miss Ethel Pontv, president of
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Israeli penicillin supplies and $50
toward canned foods. The funds
were raised through a series of
teas and other social functions.
A new slate of officers will be
elected tonight when the Miami
Beach Masada Young Zionists of
America meet at the Empire Ho-
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discussion of plans for the sub-
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PAGE TWELVE
JewlstncrMlan
FRIDAY. OCTOBER
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9
THE POLITICAL POT:
Watch for President Truman's
statement on Palestine in the mid-
dle of October ... He will make
this statement in New York and
will openly commit himself to de
jure recognition of Israel ... It
seems that Truman was not con-
sulted by Secretary of State Mar-
shall on the lattcr's announce-
ment that the United States fully
backs Bernadotte's recommenda-
tions on Palestine ... All indica-
tions point to the fact that during
the last weeks the State Depart-
ment has "isolated" Truman from
the Palestine issue State De-
partment officials on the lower
level are still discussing Pales-
tine with representatives of Jew-
ish groups Not so Acting Sec-
retary Lovett Now that the
Palestine question will not come
up before the U.N. Political Com-
mittee in Paris for at least a
month, the entire issue may as-
sume a new turn ... It all de-
pends or. the atmosphere at the
United Nation? after the Political
Committee discusses the question
of control of atomic energy and
the Soviet proposal for a world-
wide reduction in armaments .
\v.- : ver the outcome of the fight
on :r issues < en the USSR
and l( r.ncratic powers at the
United Nations, Israel will con-
tinue to place its trust ir. the
United Natior.s This will be
true even if the Soviets should
step out of the world family of
nations The Israeli govern-
ment realizes that the U.N. is the
"father" of the Jewish State, not-
withstanding the fact that pres-
ent British-American policy at
the General Assembly tends to
curtail the territorial and econ-
omic achievements of Israel .
On the other har.d. the Arab
delegations now hope that the
greater the East-West tension
grows, the greater will be the con-
cessions which the democratic
powers will be ready to make to
i Arab world, in order to
strengthen their strategic posi-
tion in Arab countries .
- *
JEWISH AFFAIRS:
The next General Assembly of
he Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds will be held
in Philadelphia in the middle of
January ... It will be one of the
most important Jewish gather-
ings since the relationship be-
tween fund-raising organizations
! and the Federations will be dis-
! cussed Harold Glasser, di-
rector of the Institute on Over-
seas Studies of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, suggests that instead of
the International Refugee Organ-
ization supplementing the work
of voluntary Jewish relief
agencies in the DP camps, the
reverse should be the case .
There is no reason, he says, why
the I.R.O. should have wound up
the fiscal year 1947-48 with an
approximate $20-530 million sur-
plus ... A total of about $120
million was available to the I.R.O
for that year ... In the light of
the facts which he secured during
-> recent study in the camps for
displaced Jews, Glasser made a
number of interesting recom-
mendations They provide: 1.
, That the Jewish overseas agencies
immediately formulate a pro-
gram for obtaining much larger
support from the I.R.O. for the
care, maintenance and resettle-
ment of the displaced Jews .
2. That the Jewish agencies in
the U.S. parallel these efforts by
. urging the State Department to
bring pressure on the I.R.O. for
!the same end ... 3. That Con-'
I gress and the executive depart-
i -rents be urged to make appro-
jpriations to the I.R.O. to finance
resettlement projects in Israel .
4. That the Israeli government in
cooperation with the I.R.O., the
U.S. Army, the DP organizations,
and the Jewish voluntary
agencies. formulate a program for
closing the DP camps This
program shall be coordinated with
the economic needs and absorp-
tive capacities of Israel and should
be financed by the I.R.O.

BETWEEN COVERS:
The Shoulson Press deserves
great credit for three books it
just published enriching the lit-
erature for the American Jewish
child The best of them is
The Three Canopies," a delight-
ful story by the great Yiddish
j writer j. L. Peretz, beautifully
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I er in America Miss Feinerman
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born daughter of a noted Hebrew
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1948
+Jelsti fhrMlan
PAGE THIRTEEN
Help Them to a Bigger Slice I
SOS Opens New Fall Drive_______ for 4 Million Pounds
20,561,847 Lbs. of Relief Supplies Shipped to Europe's Jews
From Jan, 1,1946, to Aug. 1, 1948, by JDCs SOS Collection
Cyprus 139,608
Greece 369,483
Yugoslavia 462,731
Bulgcria 480,270
Cncteifcnfcta 511,692
Cun.ciic 525,849
Franc 653,008
Poland 1,629,661
Italy 2,193,114
2,682,260
Artrfa 4,458,335
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FLORENCE WELOFF
Sole Owner
HARRY 1)1 ETZ
Congress lildg.
Attorney 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
PARK BAR AND < 11:11.1, at 1527 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BETTY BECKER
Applicant
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
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
North Cleaners at 163" N.W. 7th Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Imperial Enterprises, Inc.
a Florida Corporation
By Edward Harelik, President
CORPORATE SEAL
Attest
Florence K. Helfand, Secretary
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney
10/1-8-15-22-29
6,029482
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE la 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. FRIEDBERG
LOUIS FRIEDBERG
Owners
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
9/10-17-24 10/1-8
Y Food...........*%
Cleft*.........43.97c
Misc. Supplies..... 7.5%
This figure Includes food, wiring opperel. layettes, personal good., medical supplies,
ligioui MJllw. books, toy*, recordl, ond miscellaneous items.
I ho., also been lent to lelgium (27.846), China (14,040) ond Holland (6,392*
Id transit ond stockpiles, 377,676.
SOS supplies arc disiributed" overseas by the Joint Distribution Committee and supplement the JDC relief
ad rehabilitation program* made possible by the United Jewish Appeal.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FII.M-ART Ml'RALS at 214 North
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TELEVISION FILM-ART
SERVICE, INC.
WASMAN, SILVER ft SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
10/1-8-15-22-29
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/ORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 119521.
MARY WORTH1NGTON, Plaintiff, vs.
HERMAN WORTHINGTON. JR..
Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR.,
c/o Barnesboro Hotel
Barnesboro, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 25th day
of October, 1948; otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed against you.
DATED this 23 day of September,
1948
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious namo
THE STYLE SHOP
at number 1730 Northwest 36th Street.
In the City of Miami. Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IRVING GOLDMAN
BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for applicants
10/1-8-15-22
Israeli Minister Submits
Six-Month Budget
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Minister
of Finance Eliezer Kaplan this
week submitted to the Israeli
State Council a proposed budget
of 7.800,000 pounds ($31,200,000)
for the six-month period from
July through December, 1948. This
total does not include the special
appropriations for security meas-
ures.
The Anglo-Palestine Bank's Is-
sue Department announced that
more than 27,000,000 new pounds
have already been issued and ex-
changed for the currency of the
former Mandatory Power. This is
the last week for exchanging these
former British notes for the new
Israeli currency.
LEGAL NOTICE
Herbie Cohen, young son of
Irving Cohen, Rock Graziano's
manager, finished the season as
top hurler for Hickory in the
Carolina League with a record
of 12-6, which insures a promo-
tion for him in the gnat baseball
chain.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
62nd Street Bakery at 1486 N. W.
62nd Street, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRED KAUFMANN
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant.
10/1-8-15-22-29
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI,ORlDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
119747.
GERALD CLAYTON OAKES. Plain-
tiff, vs. VIRGINIA OAKES, De-
fendant.
TO: VIRGINIA OAKES. Terra Alta,
West Virginia.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
stvled cause for divorce, on or before
the 6th day of November, 1948. other-
wise Decree Pro Confesso will be
entiled against you.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) _____
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
617 Seybold Building
Miami, Morida
10/8-15-22-29 _________
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FU>R!DA, 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 ft SAKOWITZ
Attorney! for Plaintiff
Suite 918 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/17-24 10/1-8-15
HARRY DIET/.
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
9/24 10/1-8-15
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Harman Villa Hotel at 354 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
NATHAN LIPKIND
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
10/1-8-15-22-29
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 8016 N.E.
Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD SCHLESS
Applicant
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
AI limeys for Applicant
w/17-24 10/1-8-15
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUNT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 119861.
JOSEPH RASKIN, Plaintiff, vs.
DORA RASKIN. Defendant.
TO: Dora Raskin. 263 W. 76th Street,
New York, New Y'ork:
You are hereby ordered to file
your appearance or answer to the bill
f 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 he taken as confessed bv Vou.
DONE AND ORDERED, this i3 day
of September, a.d. yjv
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
SERVICE
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS
QUALITY
GOODWILL
Florida Glass & Mirror Co., Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS. LIBBEY-OWENS-FORD GLASS CO.
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
1601-1619 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 2-1796
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 2-2206
SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO.
Manufacturers of
DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE
2300 -N. W. 27th Avenue
Statement of the Ownership, Man-
agement, Circulation, Etc., Required
by the Act of Congress of August
24, 1912, as Amended by the Acts of
March 3. 1933, and July 2, 1946.
Of The Jewish Floridlan published
weekly at Miami, Florida, tor Oct.
6th. 1948.
State of Florida,
County of i>aie, as,
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared Fred K. Shochet,
who, having been duly sworn accord-
ing to law, deposes and says that he
is the Publisher-Managing Editor of
The Jewish Floridlan and that the
following is, to the best of his knowl-
edge and belief, a true statement i.f
the ownership, management (and ir
a dally, weekly, semiweckly or tri-
weekly newspaper, the circulation),
etc., of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown in the above caption,
required by the act of August 24.
1912, as amended by the ails Ol March
3, 1933, and July 2. 1946 (section 537.
Postal Laws and Regulations), printed
,n the reverse of this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing edi-
tor, and business managers are: Pub-
lisher Fred K. Shochet, F O. Box
2973 Miami, Fla.: Editor Ired K.
Shochet. P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Ha.
I That the owner Is: (If owned by
a "corporation. Its name and address
must be stated and also immediately
thereunder the names and addresses
of stockholders owning or holding one
percent or more of total amount of
stock. If not owned by corporation,
the names and addresses of the in-
dividual owners must be given. If
owned by a firm, company, or other
unincorporated concern, Its name and
address, as well as those of each In-
dividual member, must be given.)
The Jewish Floridlan, Not Inc.
Ethel Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Miami.
Fla.; Fred K. Shochet, P. O. Box
297S, Miami, Fla.
.", That the average number of
copies of each Issue of this publica-
tion sold or distributed through the
msils or otherwise, to paid subscribers
during the twelve months preceding
the date shown above Is 3018. (This
Information is required from dally,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Betty Lou Shop at 234S Ponce de
Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MARTIN GOLDSTEIN
Applicant
MY'ERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/17-24 10/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in.
business under the fictitious name of
KAY DISTRIBUTORS at 310 78th
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HERBERT KAHN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Kay Distributors
9/24 10/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Doc-Llclous Products at 5905 N. W.
17th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _______
SAMUEL ZOLTROW
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
10/1-8-15-22-29________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Circle Market at 918 Everglades Con-
course, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Cleric of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDWARD GOLDSTEIN
FRANCES GOLDSTEIN
Owners
GEORGE CHERTKOF
608 Olympla Bldg
Attorney for Applicants
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
SUN REALTY at 1220 BISCAYNE
BOULEVARD. MIAMI. FLA., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL T. SAPIRO
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/24 1U/1-8-15-22
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
Avenuo 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
weekly, semlweekly, and triweekly
newspapers only.) ___,
FRED K. SHOCHET.
Editor, Publisher.
Sworn o and subscribed before me
this fith day of October, 1948.___
O.ERTRUDE P. HUGHES,
(Mv commission expires March 23,
1948.)
(SEAL
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EUCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
119628.
r.U'OB ZACK, Plaintiff, vs. CELIA
ZACK. Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
TO THE- DEFENDANT
Cella Zack
611 E. 137th Street
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified that you
are required to file an appearance In
this proceeding for dlvoroe filed
against you by Jacob Zack on or be-
fore November 1, 1948, otherwise the
allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
This order to be published In the
Jewish Floridlan.
This 30th day of September. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal^
By M, C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1009 Pan American Bank Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
10/l-8-lo-22
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 350 South
Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 i.t.lo County, Florida.
SAMUEL HOLTZMAN
DAVID SIMON
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948
^JenisHlcridHann
PAGE FIFTEEN
Hebrew At The University Ot Miami
By A. P. GANNES
The introduction of modern He-
brew in the adult division of the
University of Miami is still an
unknown fact in our community.
In the spring term of 1948, when
it was first introduced, seventeen
students were registered for the
course. It was a modest beginning
but it has important implications
for the Jewish and non-Jewish
students.
In offering two Hebrew courses
in the fall term, the University of
Miami is showing its interest in
the teaching of Hebrew. The Uni-
versity of Miami is thereby join-
ing the 150 colleges and universi-
ties which teach Hebrew today
and the 265 institutions which
recognize Hebrew for college ad-
mission.
The study of Hebrew as a liv-
ing tongue is gaining ground in
manv cities. In New York 18
high" schools teach Hebrew and
the leading colleges conduct reg-
ularly accredited courses. Just
recently, the New York State
Board of Regents recognized He-
brew for Regents credit and state
scholarships. Hebrew is the only
modern language that has shown
an increase in New York. All
other languages have shown a
steady decrease.
A recent announcement was
made that Abraham Ellis of Phil-
adelphia has established a chair
in Hebrew Literature and Philoso-
phy at Temple University. Other
universities that have similar
MR. and MRS.
HERMAN ALEXANDER
Wish all their Friends and
Relatives a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All a Most Happy
New Year
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chairs are Harvard, Columbia and
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Hebrew is not and never has
been a dead language. But even
if the question is still debatable,
the use of the language in the
Jewish state as a living language
is the best argument of all.
The University of Miami is to
be congratulated for its interest
and encouragement. I have it on
good authority that Hebrew will
soon be introduced in the regular
day session. There is no doubt in
my mind that hundreds of Jewish
and non-Jewish students will
avail themselves of this oppor-
tunity. The Jewish students will
renew their contact with Jewish
studies, and non-Jewish students
will make their acquaintance
with the ancient-modern civiliza-
tion through the medium of the
Hebrew tongue. Perhaps some day
a chair in Hebrew will be en-
dowed by some interested mag-
nanimous individual.
It is my sincere hope that the
Miami Beach Senior High school
will see fit to introduce Hebrew
as a modern language.
There is still time to register
for Hebrew at the University of
Miami. Adults are urged to do so
now at the Administration build-
ing of the university.
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f
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religious education in the muni-
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by an order of Circuit Judge
Grover Watson. This marked the
final victory for Mrs. Vashti Mc-
Collum, of this community, who
carried the fight against religious
instruction in public schools to
the Supreme Court, which ruled
thai such education was uncon-
stitutional. The writ also pro-
hibits the "use of the state's public
school machinery to enroll pupils
in religious classes."
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the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
The executive committee of the
new permanent body is charged
with the responsibility of draft-
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ficers of the conference, and
carrying out the work of the
conference between its annual
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representing 65 Jewish communi-
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ask the JWB to be the sponsor-
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PAGE SIX Jen iit fkrkKar FRIDAY, OCTO BER 8, Property Owners Causes Vienna Riots V:E?;?;A JTA Turbuleni %  : wit& for a .:-: i ami I Kan boiden :'. .-. • ited z: perty I I bold a pub! .-.-;-.:::.:: ousts %  -. %  a retotut c Tl ese measures : i -*-;::.-.-. r • -i %  r.besrs properr; EM ted ..taken bj forced 1 N s a the %  • 11 .-..:_:.. r. -: : tect th rights ::' v .: %  .%  •.efore v _:e; an e:ght-pajje booklet ancung ti restituac s .Chargi: g thai t] pan.: atioE -s composed ere form....... ... have decided '. I I Maustei :: the Icie: : sola ertyrgfir.-.r-acca MJ the Before be called ": :: %  :.• ..; called ; : %  ruve REFUGEES STREAMING INTO ISRAIl AT RECORD PACE WITH AID OF U. J. A ...... was :•. Mwi th< groups r.-r.-.V Several 5 .•_".: • %  .%  "an; n gatherr.g that Austrian %  partic-j : suffered pe: : er the N :. -"..; roee* g tc be he] Nazis even if ;. laing it had i n I the Mimstrj >f 1 i i The speak" serx.t ge 1 %  the i Thi majority dechr.ed to d sc and she jted anti-Semitic si iu 7. e Sehul n led a line and forei S at : tne building M • l-t -hand fights took ] : %  • .-' %  % % % %  airs and brandishing 1 fists : _: • art A::r thi room was cleared the ;.. lice vi the meeting and broke up the fights ntinuing in streets 7 c bee beha^ il •r r t. r. anc mau< n arrests nvpilings Tamara Board Meets Annie Meltzer will tar:e place Cr.apter Mizrachi Women will be Sunday at 10 a.rr.. al Ml Nebc held on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at etery. Rabbi Murray Grauei th ;: Mrs. Ida Joffe, 1895 %  ..: ::...a:e. Friends and relaS.W. 11th Terr. are asked to attend. ; SUNRAYrMK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOB RCST COMVALCSCENCf AND QWOMK CASES iii w o~ courr MiA-vii-n QUIQA Ask your banker or postmaster .: U. S. Savings Bond as an The unveiling of a n oument investment. He sells them as a to the memory of the late Moe public service to you and the :rr.an will take place Sunday | nation, at 10:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Grauer officiating. Friends and relatives are to attend. Post Voin Kippur Dance Is V Evont The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Staff Sgt. Le Roy S. Feldman, who was killed in action at Sance, France. in 1944 will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. a: Mt Nebo Cemetery. Colmao A. Zwitman will fficiate, Friends and relatives ire asked to ^e present. Final • _• er.1 pleted for the I t Yom Kippui dance u be held We day evening a: the Miami V ng tc Sam Seitlii rman %  ::' the •". -. V isocial committee The unveiling of a monument The dance ... start a: :-0: of Joseph Goldste.r., late husbar.d c ::: %  :-: with music by Li: Fiske 1 Mrs, Dora G..-;:v.r.. will take ar.; his orchestra Admission .; place, Sunday, October 10 at 10:30 SI 00 plus ".ax a.rr. in Mt Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Max 5r.ap.ro will officiate. What the future :.: >:_ TI.-.T.ZS ar.d relatives are invited Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORXS HIVI your roof rapalrad now; you will u.i on a new roof later "Satiafaetory Work by Experienced Men" 414 I. W. 22nd Avonu* fHONE 4-BMO zrz^r.i: greauj nal :•. future Start today through Payi .. Savings to be it Gordon Monument MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Company _in ch ments. rge of arranj Methcf's OL5-FASH!O^ES GEFILTE FISH a ac p — %  f ADT TO %  VI NOT Ol COLO The wty you remember it! 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feuviislb-IEIIiDipidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 3LUME 21-NUMBER 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS :ting UN Mediator farns Council Head Serious Situation PARIS. Oct. 1. (JTA)—Acting Palestine Mediator Dr. bph Bunche, in a message to president of the Security uncil from U.N: headquarters [Rhodes, today expressed conover the "increasingly s situation in Palestine, itfticularly as regards the autrity, prestige and personal lety of the U.N. observers. In his cable Bunche cited the pturbing tendency" of Jews Arabs alike to place restricns on the movement of U.N. erven into ports, strategic eas and airports. The cable said it both the Israelis and Arabs list on 24-hour advance notice %  or to the arrival of United Itions aircraft. The acting medibr also blamed field command on both sides for not carry' out agreements reached on |her levels. In addition to Count fike Bernadotte, Bunche reportI six U.N. observers have been Bed and seven wounded. Bunche charged the authorities both side with making little |ort towards apprehending and nishing those guilty of truce blations. His message stated Bt both the Israelis and Arabs f "flouting the Security Counts orders" to cooperate with the diator to keep the peace in Destine. Weizmann Reveals Truman Promised Negev; Surrenders British Citizenship U.S. Catholic Leaders Criticize Reasons For Banning of 'Gentleman's Agreement' lews Isolated in Mt. Scopus leeelve Food JERUSALEM, (JTA) — U.N. lieials succeeded today in arpging for a supply convoy to rry food and other essentials to sieged Hadassah Hospital atop t. Scopus. This was the first pply convoy to reach the Mt. opus sector for the past two bnths. No incidents were rel-ted. Reuters reported from Amman Bay that 2,000 Arab refugees km Palestine demonstrated ainst the formation of the soiled "Palestine Arab Governfcnt" with its seat in Gaza. The nonstrators also pledged their pport to King Abdullah who, fey said, should "speak on Palline's behalf." NEW YORK, (JTA)—Leading Catholics and Jews have joined in criticism of a censorship order in Spain which banned "Gentleman's Agreement," an American film exposing anti-Semitism in the U.S. Cardinal Francis Spellman, leader of the American Catholics, objected to a statement credited to the ecclesiastical member of the censorship board in Spain which said that the Christian duty of stimulating love among individuals, societies, nation? and peoples does not extend to Jews. Cardinal Spellman's statement labelled as "untrue" this assertion. It then quoted from the New Testament to prove that Christian doctrine is the exact opposite. Rev. John La Farge, editor of "America," a national Catholic weekly magazine, declared that he considered it his duty "vigorously to repudiate several of the ideas" expressed in the censorship order. He also asserted that the order contradicts Catholic doctrine on the point challenged by Cardinal Spellman, and proceeded to object to the statement that Jews have no right to be proud of being Jews. Rev. La Farge added that it was not "doctrinally correct to tell your Jewish neighbor that he belongs to the 'people who put God to death.* %  The national staff conference of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League meeting in Atlantic City described the reason given by the Spanish censorship board as "the most shocking expression of anti-Semitism since the death of Hitler." The parley's statement added that "out of the flames which consumed Nazism, Spain has snatched Hitler's anti-Semitic mantle and proudly flaunts it before the woild." The statement concluded with an appeal to the Christian world to repudiate "the libel against the Jews" and urged "all Christian believers in democracy to repudiate the Fascist philosophy" enunciated in the censorship order. iruvli Adopts 4-Point Program As Wivy For its Delegation To U.N. TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The Israeli delegation which left here week to attend the General Assembly sessions in Paris— %  ei the leadership of Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok—will .ncentratp on efforts to prevent the casting of a majority vote implement Count Bernadotte's Palestine report, the Jewish tfegraphlc Agency learned here. Israeli policy at the U.N. will be guided by a set of four cisions reached by the Cabinet. These decisions are reeled to be: • 1. A iirm stand for the retention of the Nov. 29, 1947, Genii Assembly resolution, with the need for some border rectiWic-ns necessitated by the Arab invasions. 2Opposition by all available means against severing entire Negev from Israel, which is needed for large-scale Bttlement. 3. Retention of a territorial link with Jerusalem to enable Holy City to be defended in case of need. t The Provisional Government of Israel accepts the dead of Lhe Jerusalem Jewish community that Jerusalem must attached to Israel at all costs, unless ample guarantees PJ that a strong U.N. force will be provided to defend an emotionalized Jerusalem. Since both the world and U.N. Nations at present do not provide such a guarantee, the pvisional Government of Israel believes that the most logical luuon to the problem would be to attach Jewish Jerusalem EMV! and give the Arab P 0 to ,he Rxahs: the Hol y piaces Th T plac:ea an international zone. e Isrt eli Government will apparently not enter into any t negotiations with the Arabs pn the basis of the Bernadotte n as it stands today, it was indicated here. Sternist Leader Arrested In Haifa TEL AVIV, (JTA)-Nathan Friedman-Yellin, commander of the Stern Group, was this week captured in Haifa. Arrested with him was one of his lieutenants, Matatatia Shulevitz, who escaped from prison during the British Administration. Both men were found in possession of forged Israeli Army documents Combined police and Army units with armored cars are still hunting for other Sternist leaders, including Dr. Israel Scheib, second-in-command. Meanwhile, Sternists still at large sent leaflets to all foreign consulates and the press warning that they would not surrender Jerusalem nor recognize U.N. rule. They, threatened to fight U.N. rule just as they did the British regime. Earlier, the Israeli Government was asked to release all detained members of the Stern Group and to remove the stigma of terrorism from the organization. Acting on a request from detained Sternists, Max Seligman, an attorney, wrote to the Defense, Interior and Justice Ministries urging that the Stern Group be registered as a political movement. He denied that there was any connection between it and the group responsible for the slaying of Count Folke Bernadotte. Eighteen members of the Stern Group, who refused to testify before a military examining judge Friday, and demanded that they be examined by a civilian magistrate, succeeded in having their preliminary hearing postponed. Jerusalem military governor Dr. Bernard Joseph today notified the U.N. truce commission that an additional 30 Stern Group members have been arrested in the city within the past few days and are now "somewhere in Is rael." REHOVOTH, Israel, Oct. 1. (JTA)—President Truman gave Dr. Chaim Weizmann definite" assurances at their meeting in Washington last November that he would support Jewish claims for the inclusion of the Negev in the territory of the Jewish state, the Israeli President told a press conference here today. Dr. Weizmann said that Truman's assurances were given after he had shown him the Negev on a map and explained that the a-ea is of vast importance to Israel for all plans for Jewish immigration and resettlement. The President of the Provisional Government of Israel revealed at the news parley that he and Mrs. Weizmann had formally renounced their British nationality two days prior to their departure for Israel. The passports of Dr. and Mrs. Weizmann were handed to the British Consul in Geneva with a covering letter for the British Home Secretary, in which the Israeli President stated that it was a great privilege for him to have had a British passport, but since he is now the head of a state, and is returning home, he must renounce his British citizenship. The letter added that he was proud to have been a British citizen. (From Paris it was reported here today that Major Aubrey S. Eban, Israeli representative to the United Nations, who hails from South Africa, surrendered his rank and nationality and assumed Israeli citizenship.) In view of Truman's attitude towards the question of the Negev, Dr. Weizmann said, "I am deeply disappointed, with all my respect for Count Bernadotte, to see that his plan /ishes to take this project from us." Further referring to Bernadotte, the President of Israel said that if the late mediator's plan to internationalize Jerusalem was intended to muffle Jewish feelings for Jerusalem, it would not be successful. Asked if Israel's fate is linked with that of the United Nations. Dr. Weizmann replied: "I would like to believe so and I hope it may come, but so far it is not being made easy for us." He spoke warmly of Switzerland's neutrality which he studied with a view towards applying it to Israel. "The way out of difficulties for us may be a real, honest and free neutrality," he said. Asked about Israel's relations with Russia, the Israeli President paid tribute to the Soviet government for "behaving admirably (Continued on Page 5) %  Bolivia Revokes Anti-Jewish Rule NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Enrique Hertzog of Bolivia informed Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, that the Bolivian government has revoked a decree which threatened the livelihood of many Jews now resident in that country. The measure, which was directed against "Semitic" immigrants who arrived in Bolivia since 1937, authorized a special investigation of their financial assets. Dr. Wise, in a cable to the Bolivian President charged that the Bolivian Chamber of Commerce and the Banco Centrale were denying import licenses and facilities to Jews on the basis of the discriminatory decree. The reply received by him from President Hertzog said: "The government of Bolivia, in consideration for the reasons given in your cable, revokes the decree in question." Arabs Notify U.N. Of Formation Of A Government "For All Of Palestine" Cemetery Visitation The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami announces the following schedules of memorial services to be held Sunday at cemeteries in the area: Woodlawn at 2 p.m.; Mt. Nebo, Mt. Sinai and Graceland at 3 p.m.; Mt. Nebo at 3:30 and City Cemetery at 5 p.m. Rabbis and cantors of the area will be present to lead services. Mt Nebo is located at West Flagler St. and 53rd Ave.; Woodlawn at S.W. 8th St. and 32nd Ave.; Graceland Park at S.W. 8th St. and 44th Ave.; Mt. Sinai on N.W. 8th Ave. and 137th St. (drive up N.W. 7th Ave. to 137th St.); and City Cemetery on N.E. 2nd Ave. and 19th St. LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Formal notice of the formation of an independent Arab state "for all of Palestine" was given this week to the United Nations in a cable from Cairo ?igned by Alhed Hilmi Pasha, premier of the newly-established Palestine Government, which has its seat at Gaza. The cable reads: "The Arabs of Palestine, who are the owners of the country and its indigenous inhabitants, and who constitute the great majority of its legal population, have solemnly resolved to declare Palestine in its entirety and within its boundaries as established before the termination of the British Mandate an independent state, and constituted a government under the name of the AllPalestine Government, deriving its authority from a representative Council based on democratic principles and aiming to safeguard the rights of minorities and foreigners, protect the Holy Places, and guarantee freedom of worship to all communities." received "a good many" reports concerning the formation of the Arab Government. Many of the reports were conflicting, he added U.S. Takes No Position WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The United States has taken no position regarding the all Palestine Arab Government formed several days ago, a State Department spokesman said this week. State Department press officer Lincoln White said in response to questions that the Department has Egypt's Backing Queried LONDON, (JTA)-The formation of the so-called "Arab Government" with its seat at Gaza is not considered in authoritative quarters here to have the full backing of Egypt, although the provisional capital of the new "government" is in territory occupied by advance Egyptian units. The British view is that the carving up of the Arab areas of Palestine must be left to the Arab League. Informed quarters point out that British interests are not affected by the way this is done, as long as "stability of the peace settlement" is not jeopardized. ULLUl ""i i i r rrrrr Please Note: Due to observance of the Holy Days copy for insertion in Friday's edition of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN must be in our office not later than TUESDAY. 5 P.M. Bmms



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FRID AY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 +Jeisti ftcridFiain PAGE SEVEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple IVML 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerixua. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on 'The Babbath of Repentance." Saturday EntM at ll a.m.. Rabbi Zwitman 1 on "Return. Oh Israel." Temple laaiah. 4925 Collini a. T a., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Baab. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Baab will officiate. Rabbi Raab KM apeak on "U Is Time for ReDaatance." A reception will follow. Ralurloua School Sunday at 10 a.m. Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Friday evening services at 8. Speaker to be announced. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Lean Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Why Should 1 Belong to a Temple? Why Should I ui.-nd Services? Why Should I Send My Child to Religious School?" Saturday morning service at 10:45. CONSERVATIVE Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Rabbi ivt-hrinan and Cantor Goldring will conduct services. Saturday morning services 9:00 a.m. the rabbi will speak on "Soul Searching." Daily services at 8 a.m., and 6:15 p.m. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday achool at 10 a.m. Sllchos service Saturday night at 11:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "On The Threshold. Cantor Goldring, assisted by the center choir, under the direction of Joseph Schreibman will chant the services Congregation Beth David, 135 K.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 am Rabbi Shapiro and Rev. Mamches will officiate. Hebrew school Monday through Friday at3:30. Sunday school registration Sunday at 10 a.m. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Kaufman will speak. Saturday morning services at 10. Religious school on Sept. 12 at 10:30. Registration from y a.m. to 6 p.m. dally. ORTHODOX Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 5:45 a.m.; Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "Steps Leading to Repentance." Mlslina classes at 5 p.m. Minchn at 6 p.m. Hebrew school dally from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday school sessions will begin Sunday at in a.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Milton Friedman. FVIday evening service at 6:46 Saturday morning services at 9 a.m. Junior congregation services at 10 a.m. Kabbi Grauer will deliver the traditional Sabbath Shuvah Discourse. Mni.In at 5:30 followed by Shalos Slldoa. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Registration for religious school from %  >:3u to 6 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. Friday evening services 6:30 p.m.; Saturday morning services at 8:30 m. The rabbi will speak on the lortion of the Week. Saturday afternoon at 5 p.m. the rabbi will speak on Repentance." attnoha at 6 p.m. foiowed by Shalos Sudos. Maariv at 7:30 I'm. followed by a class in Jewish Uiws and Customs. Morning services


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 +Jewisti ncrld/iar) PAGE FIVE Day Of Atonement Services Begin Tuesday Eve. Greatet Miami will usher in Yom Kippur with Kol Nidre services on Tuesday in synagogues and temples throughout &f he area. At Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on "Have You Lost Faith in the Future?" at 7:30 with Wednesday morning services scheduled for 10 o'clock. Children's service will be held in the assembly hall at 1:30 p.m. Yiscor at 3:30 with the Rabbi speaking on "We Just Don't Care Enough." Cantor Samuel Kelemer will sing at all services. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will officiate at services in Temple Israel on Atonement eve, speaking on "Israel: A Kingdom of Priests and a Holy People." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus, will address the Congregation with his sermon "Democracy Needs a Day of Atonement." On Wednesday at 10 a.m. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on "The Torah: God's Law In Man's World," with the address "Purifying the Soul" by Dr. Kaplan following. At the Miami Beach Jewish Center new house of worship Rabbi Irving Lehrman will conduct services at 6:30 p.m., speaking on "The Future Beckons." will begin at 8 a.m. with Yiscor services at 11 a.m. The sermon topic will be "Lest We Forget." Rabbi Lehrman will chant the Neilah service. Cantor Goldring assisted by the Center choir under the direction of Joseph Schreibman, will be heard during all services. The Junior Congregation will meet Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel of the new building, with Jerry Klonsky chanting. David Lehrman will deliver a sermonette on "God and Man." Kol Nidre at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be at 5:30 with Rabbi Simon April addressing the congregation on "Man's Needs and Desires." Wednesday morning services will take place at 8, followed by Yiscor at 11 a.m. Rabbi April will address the congregation. Beth David will hear Kol Nidre services at six o'clock. RabOn Yom Kippur the day's prayers bi Max Shapiro will speak on "Believe Not All You Hear." Wednesday morning services will begin at 8:30. Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "When the Dead Awaken" at Yiscor to be held at 10:30. Concluding services will take place at 5:30 with the Rabbi speaking on "Peace for All." Student services under the direction of Jerome Gordon, executive and educational director, will be held at 10:30 in the auditorium with Jerry Coburn, Harvey Kasow and Edgar Lewis participating. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hear Kol Nidre at 5:45 on Tuesday, with Rabbi Murray Grauer preaching on "International Atonement." Services will be conducted by Cantor Milton Friedman while in the auditorium Cantors J. Siegel and Louis Jacobskind will officiate. Services on Yom Kippur will befin at 8 a.m. in both the auditorium and in the main synagogue. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Our Memories." Junior services on Yom Kippur will be held in the Center building at 10 a.m. under Bernard Kimmel, of the religious school staff. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer will conduct the early part of the services in the main synagogue. Temple Isaiah will hold its first Yom Kippur services beginning with Kol Nidre at 8:15. Rabbi David Raab will speak on "The Voice of Kol Nidre." Wednesday morning services will begin at 10 a.m. with the Rabbi speaking on "At-One-Ment with God and Man." Children's service at 1 p.m. The Rabbi will talk on "Our Budding Youth." Yiscor at 3 p.m. The sermon will be "Life Beyond Death." Mrs. Richard D. Goodman will sing during all services. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will conduct all services at Beth Tfilah, beginning with Kol Nidre at 5:30. The Rabbi will speak on "Light and Happiness." At 7 a.m. Wednesday he will address the congregation on "The World of the Souls." Yiscor services will take place at 11 o'clock followed by Mussaf at noon. Mincha services are scheduled for 4 p.m. with the concluding Day of Atonement services at 5. At Beth Jacob on Tuesday at 5:45 Kol Nidre services will be chanted by Cantor Louis D. Feder. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the theme "Pro Domo." Wednesday morning Yom Kippur services will begin at 7:30 at the community building at 8 in the synagogue. Yiscor memorial services at 11 and Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Commtining with Myself." Services will be chanted at the synagogue by Cantor Louis D. Feder assisted by Rev. M. Katz. Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the services at the community building assisted by Rev. S. Guttman. Neilah services will be chanted by Rabbi Mescheloff at the synagogue at 6:30 and by Cantor N. Wrooble at the community building. At the Hollywood Jewish Community Center Rabbi Max Kaufman will conduct the services Tuesday evening at 7, speaking on "The Powerhouse of the Spirit." His sermon on Yom Kippur will be "The Dead Who Live." Cantor Julius Rosenstein, who will chant during the services was recently paid tribute by Rabbi Kaufman from the pulpit for his splendid rendition of the Rosh Hashonah traditional chants. Children's services will be conducted in the new chapel on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Letters To The Editor Contact Resumed A letter wishing them New Year's greetings was received last week by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rappiiport of 1765 S.W. 16th Terr. from relatives in Constatza, Rumania. The family there, who suffered the hardships of the war in concentration and work camps, all survived and have resumed their family ties again. In preceding letters, the family expressed wishes to come to America, and write in this letter, dated Sept. 14, "As regards the exit visa, I am sorry it cannot be obtained, and much to my regret, I think the idea of getting into the U.S.A. must be dropped for the time being at least." One of Mrs. Rappaport's greatnephews, an 18 year old, wrote several months ago that his desire was to study medicine in Palestine. In the last letter they write. "Bcnno, who is in Palestine since about six months, is now fighting against the Arabs in Dagania. He writes often to his parents, relations, etc. and his .'ast letter received a few days ago mentions that h e is feeling quite well and is very happy to be a soldier in the new State of Israel." Service The following letter was received by the Jewish Floridian from Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, executive secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women: "We wish to extend our thanks for your co-operation in aiding us to locate relatives for people from overseas. Through the use of your newspaper, we have been successful in contacting some of these relatives. Even today we have been rewarded by the location of a man being sought by his sister-in-law in Europe." Hebrew Calendar 5709 1948 Bhabbath Bbqvah .. Oet Yom Kippur Oct. 13 Su.roth, 1st day Oct. 18 Saccoth, 2nd day Oct. 19 Hashanah Rabba — Oct. 24 Shemlnl Atzereth Oct. 23 Slmchath Torah Oct. 26 'Rosb Chodesh. Cheshvan Nov. 3 Rosh fhodesh, Klslev Dec. 3 Chanukah, 1st day Dec. 27 Chanukah, 2nd day Dec. 28 'Also observed previous day. 2 More Committees May Joan Inquiry Into Koch's Case WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The possibility that the Armed Services Committee and the Judiciary Committee of the Senate may soon join the Senate Investigating Committee in its inquiry into the commutation of the life sentence of Use Koch, wife of the former commandant of the Buchenwald concentration camp who was charged with making lampshades of human skin, was indicated here today. Meanwhile. Army Secretary Kenneth C. Royall has issued an order prohibiting all Army officers connected with the Koch case from discussing it with the press. This was done, the Army Department explained, out of respect for the Senate Investigating Committee, which should hear the case first. Weizman Reveals Truman Promise; Surrenders His British Citizenship (Continued from Page 1) toward us." Declaring that the U.S.S.R. "has supported us honestly and fairly," he added: "I should like to see our relations with all countries on a level of decency and trust. I have no particular axe to grind for Russia or any other country." Dr. Weizmann expressed the hope that relations between Israel and Britain would improve soon. "Britain," he stated, "will play a very great role in the Middle East. In the interests of both parties, the relations should be normalized. They are at present not what they should be. I believe there is a considerable volume of opinion which would like to see the re-establishment of the old traditional friendship and I will do what I can for this." "Israel can and should live in MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (JTA) —L. C. Schmuhl, former United States officer who was assigned the job of cleaning up the Buchenwald concentration camp after the liberation, displayed several "souvenirs" of human skin which he said he found in the formei residence of Isle Koch. The souvenirs included pieces of a lampshade and parts of a book cover. peace with both the East and West." the Israeli President continued. Touching on the possibility of establishing peace with the Arabs, Dr, Weizmann warned that peace will not come of itself, but must be worked for. He added that he would like to see definite steps taken to achieve it. Referring to the domestic situation in the Jewish state, Dr. Weizmann asserted that he was deeply impressed with the buoyancy in the air and the apparent happiness of the people, despite the difficult economic situation. Asked by a correspondent whether Israeli's emergency defense regulations are consonant with democratic traditions, the Israeli President replied: "Terrorism does not fit into democratic traditions." Asked how he conceived the role of a President. Dr. Weizmann stated that he clearly did not intend to be a figurehead, but at the same time did not wish to interfere in the machinery of government, indicating that he favored a role similar to that of Thomas Masaryk in Czechoslovakia. LAWRENCE A. SXELNHAPDT p.o


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FR IDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 +Jewish flcridliGin PAGE NINE Danger In Discord Freedom Pamphlet Issued By ADL Development and historical origins of anti-Semitism in the United States is the subject of Danger in Discord, second in the series of Freedom Pamphlets published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, according to an announcement by George j Talianoff, director of the League's Florida Regional Office, 330 Sevbold Building, Miami. Written by Professor Oscar Handlin of Harvard, and his wife Mary Handlin, Danger in Discord analyzes the factors in American history which gave rise to anti-Semitism in recent years. T e Hnndlins point out that anti-Semitism arrived on the American scene comparatively late—toward the latter part of the 19th century. An important factor in its development were those native groups which embraced a false racial ideology and sought to end the flood tide of immigration. From this racist philosophy, in turn, the Handlins say, stemmed the pattern of social and economic discrimination which is dire, ted at Jews and other minorities. This pattern ultimately evolved into the blatant and overt antiSemitism of the '20's and '30's. when the Ku Klux Klan, Father Coughlin, the Bund, Silver Shirts and similar groups adopted antiSemitism—often accompanied by slander and violence—as a political weapon. Asse:ting that anti-Semitism is not indigenous to the American body politic, the Handlins point out that America must make a choice now. Does it have the faith, they ask, to say as it did at tic inception of its history. "We know, properly, speaking, no strangers." Freedom Pamphlets is prepared by the ADL's Program Division with Frank N. Trager as editor, as a Feries devoted to the study of group relation problems. First release was The Responsibility Is Ours by Bonaro W. Overstreet. TEL. 82-4202 Wc Carry a Full Line of Strictly Freih NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET BRANDEIS JOINS RANKS OF AMERICA'S UNIVERSITY Climaxing years of planning and activity, Brandeis University, the first Jewish-sponsored, nonsectarian institution of higher education in the country, is being launched this week-end at Boston and Waltham, Massachusetts, amidst the pageantry and ceremonials appropriate to the historic occasion. More than 200 official delegates of American and foreign universities colleges and learned societies, including the presidents of 35 institutions, will converge on Boston to welcome Brandeis University and extend the greetings of their institutions. Highlighting the three day Inaugural Festivities scheduled for October 7. 8 and 10 are the inauguration ceremonies and installation of Dr. Abram Leon Sachar as Brandeis' first president at Symphony Hall, Boston. Guests attending the ceremonies will number over 2,000 and thousands more will hear Dr. Arthur H. Compton, chancellor of Washington University, Dr. Sachar, and George Alpert, president of Brandeis' board of trustees over the nation-wide network of the Mutual Broadcasting Company. At high noon on the day of Brandeis University's Inaugural Festivities, John W. Taylor, president of the University of Louisville, the late Justice Brandeis' alma mater, will place a wreath on the tomb of Louis D. Brandeis, whose memory is the inspiration for the new university. The Inaugural Festivities will be launched Thursday morning. October 7, with a reception at the Hotel Somerset, Boston. In accordance with academic ritual, delegates will be presented to Dr. Sachar and will read the formal greetings of their institutions. Thursday afternoon delegates will tour Brandeis' 100 acre camps with Dr. Sachar and members of the board of trustees acting as guides. A special point of interest on the campus will be the exhibit of Brandeisiana arranged in connection with the Inagural Festivities. The exhibit will include the portrait of the Justice on loan from the United States Supreme Court, the death masks of Justice Brandeis University, first Jewish-sponsored non-sectarian University, is officially ushered into the ranks of higher educational institutions with athree day program (October 7-10) of Inaugural Festivities including the Installation of Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, the first President of the newlycreated Waltham, Massachusetts, University. Principal participants are (I. to r.) George Alpert, Bos'ton attorney and President of the Board of Trustees of Brandeis University, Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, and Dr. Arthur H. Compton, President of Washington University, St. Louis. Thirty College Presidents will be among the more than 200 representatives of Universities, Colleges and Learned Societies present to welcome Brandeis University into the academic brotherhood. "Jerry's Finest In Foods" ATTENTION TO HOUSEWIVES Kosher Delicatessen. Meats and Poultry Chuck Steak 75c Rib Steak 90c Liver 90c Lamb Chops 90c Chicken 55c Roast Lamb 35c 241 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI PHONE 82-3991 and Mrs. Brandeis, Brandeis' notebooks while a student at Harvard Law School, and papers, briefs and documents relating to the many phases of Brandeis' public life. Thursday evening in Boston's Symphony Hall transformed by the university's impressive coat of arms, shield and banners, Brandeis University will officially join the ranks of America's institutions of higher education. The inaugural ceremonies and installation will be preceded by an academic procession of delegates gowned in the appropriate robes and headdresses. Many unusual costumes worn by representatives of foreign institutions will add to the pageantry and color. In the presence of the assembled academic delegation George Alpert will induct Dr. Sachar, who will then give his inaugural address. In accepting the responsibilities of his position, Dr. Sachar will discuss the program of development envisioned for Brandeis. Dr. Arthur H. Compton will fly to Boston from St. Louis to deliver the main address of the evening. On hand to welcome Brandeis University into the illustrious group of Massachusetts' institutions of higher education will be the Hon. Robert F. Bradford, governor. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College, will deliver the invocation and Dr. Simon Greenberg, acting president of the Jewish Theological Seminary, will pronounce the benediction. In the symposium featured Friday morning, October 8, college presidents will attempt to answer the academic sixty-four dollar question: what should students learn at college? Participating in the conference 'Contemporary Trends in Higher Education" will be Dr. Everett N. Case, president of Colgate University; Edward C Fuller, president of Bard College; and Professor John H. Finely, Harvard University. Dr. Paul Klapper, president emeritus of Queens College, will address the delegates at a luncheon meeting following the symposium. He will summarize the latest trends in curricular planning in American colleges and universities. The three day program of Inaugural Festivities will close with an open house at the university's campus, Waltham, on Sunday, October 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The academic year will get underway on October 14 when the 120 members of the pilot freshman class register. Classes will begin October 20. Eliahu Epstein, first minister to United States from the newly created Jewish state of Israel will extend the greetings of Israel to Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, first president of newly created Jewish-sponsored Brandeis University on the occasion of the inaugural ceremonies, Thursday evening, October 7. National broadcast by Mutual Network will include Epstein's address. Miami Plays Host To Three Conventions During October Three big conventions — the American Legion, National Association of Letter Carriers and Southern Medical Association — will furnish the October kick-off for what promises to be one of Miami's greatest winter seasons. Delegates and visitors totalling more than 75,000 will flock to Miami for the three pre-season conventions, starting with tire Letter Carriers on Oct. 11-16. The Legion's famed annual con vention will be staged Oct. 18-21, followed by the Southern Medical Association, Oct. 25-28. Ready to house these groups and the visitors of the 1948-49 winter season are the largest collection of hotels in Greater Miami's history—600. Many of the hotels have been enlarged and remodeled since last year. Miami hotelmen believe the 1948-49 season is going to be every bit as good, if not better, than last winter when Miami played host to more than 2,000,000 visitors. Advisory Council Warns Communities On Election Issues A memorandum designed to alert all Jewish communities to the possible occurrence of appeals to racial or religious prejudice in the course of the current political campaign; and to urge that any such incidents be reported promptly to the National Community Relations Advisory Council, so that proper representations may be made to the party or parties involved, and appropriate party counter-action initiated, was issued by the organization last week. By direction of the executive committee on May 25, 1948, the chairman of the NCRAC wrote to the chairmen of the Republican and Democratic National Committees, calling upon them "to inform the members of your party and the public generally, that any appeals to racial and religious prejudice in the course of the impending campaign would be repugnant to the party leadership as it would be contrary to the spirit of our democracy." Replies from both chairmen were favorable. The Democratic National Committee stated "that the Democratic National Committee and all responsible Democratic leadership have always definitely repudiated any injection of class, racial or religious bias or prejudice in their activities. It has been a consistent policy of the Democratic Party and the record clearly shows that any deviation from it is repugnant to •the responsible Democratic leadership at all levels." The Republican National Committee wrote, "We agree with you and your organization that the injection of class, racial or religious prejudicial appeals have no place in either a political campaign or in American life. The history of the Republican Party throughout its eighty-eight years of existence is concrete proof of this." This correspondence was reviewed by the NCRAC executive committee at its meeting of September 21, at which time it was decided to apprise the communities of the pledges made by the responsible heads of the major political parties, and to alert them to the occurrence of any incidents which contravene these pledges. Such incidents should be reportedly promptly to the NCRAC, in order that proper steps may be taken, the memorandum stated. STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. lt Are. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 WHITE HELP For Fine Hornet MEDICAL ASSISTANTS PRACT ICAL NUR SES HIGH TYPE DOMESTICS ARE YOU LONESOME? Join the CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. 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PAGE TWELVE ••JewlstncrMlan FRIDAY. OCTOBER "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9 • THE POLITICAL POT: Watch for President Truman's statement on Palestine in the middle of October ... He will make this statement in New York and will openly commit himself to de jure recognition of Israel ... It seems that Truman was not consulted by Secretary of State Marshall on the lattcr's announcement that the United States fully backs Bernadotte's recommendations on Palestine ... All indications point to the fact that during the last weeks the State Department has "isolated" Truman from the Palestine issue State Department officials on the lower level are still discussing Palestine with representatives of Jewish groups Not so Acting Secretary Lovett Now that the Palestine question will not come up before the U.N. Political Committee in Paris for at least a month, the entire issue may assume a new turn ... It all depends or. the atmosphere at the United Nation? after the Political Committee discusses the question of control of atomic energy and the Soviet proposal for a worldwide reduction in armaments \v.%  :• ver the outcome of the fight on :r issues •' < en the USSR and • %  l( r.ncratic powers at the United Nations, Israel will continue to place its trust ir. the United Natior.s This will be true even if the Soviets should step out of the world family of nations The Israeli government realizes that the U.N. is the "father" of the Jewish State, notwithstanding the fact that present British-American policy at the General Assembly tends to curtail the territorial and economic achievements of Israel On the other har.d. the Arab delegations now hope that the greater the East-West tension grows, the greater will be the concessions which the democratic powers will be ready to make to i • Arab world, in order to strengthen their strategic position in Arab countries • JEWISH AFFAIRS: The next General Assembly of •he Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds will be held in Philadelphia in the middle of January ... It will be one of the most important Jewish gatherings since the relationship between fund-raising organizations and the Federations will be dis! cussed • Harold Glasser, director of the Institute on Overseas Studies of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, suggests that instead of the International Refugee Organization supplementing the work of voluntary Jewish relief agencies in the DP camps, the reverse should be the case There is no reason, he says, why the I.R.O. should have wound up the fiscal year 1947-48 with an approximate $20-530 million surplus ... A total of about $120 million was available to the I.R.O for that year ... In the light of the facts which he secured during -> recent study in the camps for displaced Jews, Glasser made a number of interesting recommendations They provide: 1. That the Jewish overseas agencies immediately formulate a program for obtaining much larger support from the I.R.O. for the care, maintenance and resettlement of the displaced Jews 2. That the Jewish agencies in the U.S. parallel these efforts by urging the State Department to bring pressure on the I.R.O. for !the same end ... 3. That Con-' I gress and the executive departi -rents be urged to make approjpriations to the I.R.O. to finance resettlement projects in Israel 4. That the Israeli government in cooperation with the I.R.O., the U.S. Army, the DP organizations, and the Jewish voluntary agencies. formulate a program for closing the DP camps This program shall be coordinated with the economic needs and absorptive capacities of Israel and should be financed by the I.R.O. • BETWEEN COVERS: The Shoulson Press deserves great credit for three books it just published enriching the literature for the American Jewish child The best of them is The Three Canopies," a delightful story by the great Yiddish j writer j. L. Peretz, beautifully I translated into English by Tehilla > Feinerman This is a classic \ which should have long been prej ser.ted to the young Jewish readI er in America Miss Feinerman has done a fine service both to Jewish literature and to the Jewish child in this country by her excellent translation of this immortal tale ... The other two volumes are "The Place of Eagles" and "The Stranger Within Thy Gates." both by Sulamith Ish Kishor These are collections of stories which will keep the American Jewish child absorbed from beginning to end • They are mostly tales based on Jewish historv and folklore ... All three books are well illustrated and make fine presents for children Miss Ish Kishor, the Britishborn daughter of a noted Hebrew scholar, is also the author of "Evervman's History of the Jews" iust published by Fell Publishing Co. • Her attempt to become an historian will, however, be less successful than the reputation which she established for herself as a writer of children's literature Her volume on the the history of the Jews cannot compete with similar volumes published recently ... 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FRID AY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 Jenisti fleridfiatrj PAGE ELEVEN B'nai B'rith Lodges Strive For Members Presents and membership chairmen of all B'nai B'nth lodges in Greater Miami will meet at the Sholem Lodge luncheon today at the Downtowner Restaurant to report on progress of the current membership drive, it has been announced by Charles R. jacobson, executive secretary of ,he B'nai B'rith Council. A bronze plaque to be awarded to the lodge securing most members will be displayed by Bill Pallot, Council president. Gershon S. Miller, chairman of the membership committee of Tropical Lodge B'nai B'rith, announces that the group will hold its second annual membership stag-smoker at the Raleigh Hotel on Monday at 8:30 p.m. Saul Genet, chairman of the affair, has planned a program consisting of sports films, entertainment and refreshments. Sholem Lodge president, Marx A. Faber, will give a brief address. Men between the ages of 21 and 35 are invited to attend. Council Luncheon Postponed Until Oct. 15 The luncheon originally planned for this week by the National Council of Jewish Women has been postponed until Friday, October 15, at 12:30 p.m. The affair will be held at the Hyde Park Hotel. Hebrew Academy Plans Anniversary Dinner The Hebrew Academy is completing plans for its first anniversary dinner to be held on December 12 at the GrossingerPancoast Hotel. A musical recital will form part of the evening's entertainment. Plaza Presents Yiddish Picture "Mirele Efros" The Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, will present the screen version of Jacob Gordon's stage classic, "Mirele Efros," starring Berta Gersten, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Michael Rosenberg will assist Miss Gersten in the motion picture which will have Yiddish dialogue with English titles. Strictly Kosher Catering For AJl Occasions By MAX FIRESTONE At Our Hotel or Your Home QEORQE WASHINGTON HOTEL 518 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-6617 AB C EXTERMINATING COMPANY TERMITE CONTROL SPECIALISTS Free inspection and estimates 5 year guarantee PHONE: 78-6815 7664 N.W. 17th PL Miami, Fla. YESHIVA UNIVERSITY DEAN RESUMES POST AFTER SERVICES IN EUROPE AS DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES FOR DISPLACED JEWS Young and old DP's listen attentively to a discourse by Dean Samuel L. Sar of Yeshiva University during his six months tour of duty in Europe as Director of Religious Activities for the Central Orthodox Committee, which operates under the auspices of the Joint Distribution Committee. Dean Sar has resumed his post as Dean of Men at Yeshiva University, the only University under Jewish auspices in the Americas. llabbis Announce i llaclio Schedule Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, chairman of the radio committee of the Rabbinical Association, announces the following pre-Atonement Day broadcasts: On Sunday at 12:15 noon Rabbi Murray Grauer will speak over WIOD; Rabbi Leon Kronish at 8 p.m. on WKAT; at 6:15 p.m. on Monday Rabbi Irving Lehrman will speak over WGBS, followed by Rabbi Max Shapiro on WQAM at 10 p.m. "The True Significance of This Atonement Day" will be the general topic of all the addresses. Miami B & P Group Meet Beach Masada Elects Monday At Miami Y A business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Those interested in joining the group are invited to attend. A program will follow the business session. The organization is now laying plans for its annual membership affair to be held the early part of November. Miss Ruth Steinberg is in charge of arrangements. Emma Lazarus Funds To Aid Israeli Needs Miss Ethel Pont v president of the Emma Lazarus Chapter Business and Professional Women of Greater Miami, announces that the group has collected $173 for Israeli penicillin supplies and $50 toward canned foods. The funds were raised through a series of teas and other social functions. A new slate of officers will be elected tonight when the Miami Beach Masada Young Zionists of America meet at the Empire Hotel, 750 Collins Ave., at 8 p.m. A program will be presented by the education committee and a discussion of plans for the substitution of an Oneg Shabat for alternate meetings will be held. Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G A N S Metropolitan Life In*. Co. 907 Biecayne Sldg. Ph. 3-48T6 or 4-9981 See or phone me for yuur LIFE IN6URANCE NEEDS Total value of U. S. Savings Bonds held by Americans today exceeds the amount held at any time during the war boom days. E Bond holdings are nearing $32 billion. WJ tp&w Y"T iva. 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I %  •I PAGE TWO +Jmisr fhrkMar FRIDAY. OCTOBEP s *S Jewish Education :-. ?A53I S3!CN APF.D. p-*.^----.AzBKxan Jewry -s rer.rcn:ec WVJ: prccle—s -; —err--'-is — .--s T *~ 5r_-T-..^ -s ~ stoke Tzt —%  resr arses that 3 B '-%  : --'•"' .?: c-r-ps. et: attrsrt rus public school %  r.~ ] _:to its fold. On paper I without any ie^L --.-. — -%  — stur.di very nice and ~> ::.<•:.*. ':-: the u.-.f;r, ; % % %  :: • %  OBg leaaaai :--ao %  ttmate aspect of :ts all is that is very seldom earned tut Far ---•'* the child instead of being ene :c We '--•<= --~--* %  -. ... •. ::.e age of < J r. •--• *" ---.-,.•-. s* the ;•:--:_;-; %  '= '-= %  = '• •' r.ed cut Far = ->' 5 P ;:: :'. betr.g netc w "='•'5.x :: teven *t we have -..?nters at ten :r e.even wr.sn -~-^5 ----*_• paceatfsbecins toreeliae t-at 2 a: .. : -. Itltrrafa as in -.re rear Any ex : = _* as va^d en:-*and .: -j '-*'• -^7 *airJ-_; .I^. %  cant ;: %  _-,. ,*, tool Bstaava Hut the child: "~ ~ %  -*""~t x r:ulin': dream. :f ter.der.r.g t: .-t..-..e-d :T. ?.Z^ HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers %  -^ :; Hated I-"-: ri;v _^ ; ; ^_. „ : d | ; 1^ [/a fa s. sed *ssertai tn then ai: : ,:; "*^J -: ^: thai better resulti :an ba = 3 ; : i: %  M i*.., r.^. '— -=.T-ec at least. ?r.a -::T >r ] -; r ; -_ r: %  z .'. — = — _. __ %  *-:V B 7 STSe =£ld a at 'least be d 1039 LINCOLN BC*: MIAMI BEACH • HOsts MMtt, f 1tm 44D E. LAS CLAS 2..:. FT. LAUOCKOALC JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER Licensed Mortgage and InTeatmen* Broker :U'> Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Phcne 5 :: = Coniidental Cooperation with ATTORNEYS, ACCOUNTANTS AND BRCKEHS --^ -: idopted and ta tot -any --:-as the 7-r--:~ fee) that they Idreo %  ; tha let % %  .. for : ;iia_srr a %  ; %  • weekly for a penod :: .a T-. •• .---ir.-.-z i ;-: ssentha "*:a cpect .oilins Iranspo rt & Terminal Corp. _tc 5p: j r:*?77 %  = >-^ Tsc L! Fee 'i--cu5i=^ md Ster^ ? i_ ; '""^ — ?aci Car rhstriiuriets ?::;; ."-I":. 1 ?. z.zz z V>"---^' Decks AtTO GLASS IsstoHad While Yoc Wail ft! Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 18C5 Purdy Avenue CaH 5*-375€ or 5-4316 ASK FOR KOSHER ZION ?rcducts at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN WINI S40 on Youi DiaT EVERY SUNDAY I! M N: :n :: I flO P M EVERY TUESDAY -: :<: :•: ? M Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY Make 7:paries and runcnens deetrah^ and Krdarytng A "•'rr.s.:: S'ars in t Z-T let 1, ., IC5I-3?. Z2CN delaccnesaen proct:-rs w your Latest P-r-rcr-Lnrs ArmlaJrle CLASSICAl— LTTURGICAl .... ... ... .,;. -.,, .,,—* j ; ^. --, 1— :-rrr • •---.-!.:-• 1 :.-:t;:.•• %  -• :r —: AND FCH MUSIC U. 5. EST. No, 1 mon ST e m: mm £ — JOBBERS xx y-rur —>— L nmi be so^cec I ^, : < 17: 1^ Hen Prccncta Ciicogc :n :* IA"Z y_*_VA-5TI2 AND J2< KOSHERZION SAUSAGE CO. Tfc. IC'Orsrd 32C3 EST.* y. —B !C I BORSCHT ... SCHAV DELICIOUS HOT OR CHILLED Dtaibcsad by PALM DIsTRIBI TORS. DK. 14 K. E. IXi: St. Miami 37, Flo. Phone) 64938



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PAGE EIGHT -Jelsl?ncr*Mar FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, Levensons Announce Daughter's Engagement To William Lubel Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levenson of Taturr. Waterway Dr., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Marilyn, to William A. Lubel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lubel. formerly of Miami and r.ow of 165 S. Monterrey St. Mob::e. AI The engagement was ar.Dur.ced in Mobile on Sepl 2S and an open house was held at the Levhome last Saturday. :.!.ss Lever..n ..::ted from Miami Beach Senior H:gh school i>-i %  tennis champ:cn of Flori Mr L-rel was graduated fr :r. Mi Sir:'": High SCl -zed the V: iv r. it; [Florida, where he was a er of P: Lambda Phi fraternity. He scrv^i in the Navy foi tw Miami • 122 le :n in AZA The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will teent lUnCh-' ._;„_; Overseas Mrs. William Ix>eb. co-chairman of the Miami Beach SOS committee, and vice president of the American Jewish Congress, will open her home to the public at a tea on Thursday from two e Begins B 'm^i B'rith WAtnoni Tea At Home Of Mrs. Loeb To Aid Hal D rim WOmer 0v0PS eas Babies as SOS Drive H" Of Beach Chapter Sponsor Luncheon activities this year with a eon meeting in the form of a panel discussion, planned for 12 noon. Tuesday. October 19. at the .Colony Restaurant. Short talks by the guests representing the Jewish women's grouns on the • beach who will briefly explain as admission. "To help keep the young Jewish generation overseas alive and healthy." Mrs. Loeb, who lives at 1937 Meridian Ave., urges her many friends and other interested persons in the Greater Miami area to attend the affair and respond generously with donations of items such as sweaters, diapers. the purposes and activities of iii 1.11 !" A„ shirts, nightgowns, crib sheets, their organization will follow. An | ^ ^^ ^ tQwels open forum discussion will be A quota 0 f 1,250,000 layette [ conducted by Mrs. Harold Turk, j items is t^ing sou ght by the Nai president of the Beach Chapter, tiona i SO s Committee for imof B'nai B'rith. mediate overseas shipment. Highlight of the garden tea will No date has %  I the Marilyn Levenson Personally Speaking ... Mrs. Lena Kaplan 639 12th St., Miami Beach, has returned to bar home after spending the summer with her son-in-law cr.z daughter Dr. and .'•'.:s. Green oi Detroit, Michigan. Henry Cohen, 26 .'. S.W. 2nd St., is recuperating at home •cY.cw.r.z ZT. operation. %  Anyuta Melicov, \ozz. pianist, ar.d her mother Rebecca Melicov have returned to their home following three months in the norh TheBerkshire Music Festival cr.d the World's Fair c: Musi: v.-re both attended by Miss Melicov, who divided her vacation among the Catsk.lls, New York City, and American Ver.ice Long Island. She will renew her professional activities on October 15. Mr. ~r.d Mrs. Morris NewmarK, owners of the Tides Hotel, have returned to Miami Beast following a two months' vacation. While away they spent time with relatives in Chicago and Indiana and were also guests at Kellogg's Battle Creek Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence E. Singer announce the birth of a sen on Sunday October 3, at Victoria Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mcurice Cohn, 297 N. Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach, announce the birth of their daughter Mcrice Carolyn on Friday, October 1. first vice president of the district will represent the B'nai B'rith Women's organization in the panel discussion. Mrs. Max A. Schwartz, chairman in charge of luncheon arrangements, is being assisted by Mrs. Alex A. Straus and Mrs. Normal Babel. be a gala show featuring noted artists currently appearing in Mrs. William Loeb toeaT nightspots'. 2r*7~Mitlld*i with Mrs Loe *> and Mrs. Harry Ratner is general chairman of the Kaufman acting as Miami Beach Greater Miami SOS committee co-chairmen. Homas Announce Daughter s Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ira j Homa. formerly of Miami and I now residing in the Canal Zone. announce the engagement of their Jr. Hadassah Holds Dance At Raleigh Final plans have been completed for the Holiday Hop to be given by the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah tomorrow evening at the Raleigh Hotel. Guy and Denise Rennie. of the Clover Club, will be guest stars. Proceeds will go toward medical Sugarman." Mrs""Trying" Rubin'supplies for the Henrietta Szold stein. Mrs. Jack Gernis, Mrs. JosSch o1 of Nursing in Israel. PTA Established For Beach School The Parent-Teachers AssociaI tion of the Hebrew Academy of i Miami Beach was formed at a recent meeting held at the home of Mrs. Irving FrankeL The group was formed for the purpose of promoting closer cooperation between the home and the school, according to Mrs. Irving Lehrman. provisional president. Other provisional officers include Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Sol daughter Barbara Jane to Judge Manuel Howard Stein, of Hibbmg Minn. The wedding is scheduled to take place in Chicago in November. eph Soloway, Mrs. Sidney Rabinowitz and Mrs. Alfred Stone. A permanent slate of officers Tickets are $1.00 per person and can be obtained from any member of the organization or will be elected when the organi a t the door ization holds its first regular I ~~ meeting to be announced shortly, i B&VII*lit R&llV Presents Russell Harold Russell, handless veti eran who won an Oscar by his The Emma Lazarus Chapter performance in the movie -Best Business and Professional Worn-; Y ears { ur Lives •*" s P eak en of B'nai B'rith will conduct a at a P, Amencanisrn ra ly sponDistrict Head To Talk To La2arus Chapter on the >l MS I II V / VII. MODISTE Formerly w th L'ly Ruben Located at 407 15th ST.. MIAV BEACH Specslizing in afternoon and even ng wear Sits IO-44i 14H-24V6rriiATnj irncoLn MS L. FLAGLE* ST 3!5 LINCOLN OAO OPES M.AMI KACH 11:45 SUNDAY OPES "-45 Axlrod Nuptials Set For December Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod, 1971 S.W. 18th Ct.. announce the eni cagerr.ent of their daughter Muriel to Martin Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller. 340 N. E. 17th St. Muriel is a grad1 uate of Miami High school. Jack. who also attended local schools. served in the army for three ••ears. The wedding has been cheduled for December 12. membership drive meeting Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at Beach Y auditorium. Mrs. Irving Becker, first vice president of District Grand Lodge No. 5 will be principal speaker. Her talk will embrace B'nai B'rith's second century of service. A motion picture "This Is B'nai B'rith" will be shown. Refreshments will be served following the program, which is under the direction of the Misses Lillian Machtei and Dorothy Rader. Miss Ethel Pont will preside. sored by the B'nai B'rith Council !of Greater Miami on Sunday, October 31 in Flamingo Park. The city-wide celebration will mark the 105th anniversary of B'nai B'rith. the country's oldest Jewish service organization. Strictly Kosher Dairy, Sandwiches, Sealtest Fountain Service, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices Extracted. Closed Friday nights and Saturdays. MAYFIELD'S 1461 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach Dresses —at popular prices. Sholem Gives Stag At Variety Club Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will hold a stag-smoker on Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at the Variety Club on the Alcazar Roof. John Kronenfeld, chairman of the affair, announces that Frank Jaffe is in charge of the program and will secure local night club entertainment. Admission will be limited to members who are accompanied by a new or prospective member. New Date Set For Aged Home Auxiliary The Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged have postponed their board meetI ing. originally planned for yester| dav. until Mondav. October 11, at 1:30 p.m. at the Home, 335 S.W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Etna Beck, president, will preside. Guest speaker will be Leo Allen, executive director of the Home. Political Platforms Debate Subject Of Miami Y Forum Ben Essen, chairman of the Adult Activities Committee, of the Miami Y, announces that the first in a series of Town Hall Forums will take place at the Miami Y Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Topic for discussion is "The 1948 Political Pktforms—Which One Is Best For America?" The speakers will be Dar.te Fascell, president. Jr. Chamber of Commerce, for the Democratic Party: Harold Tannin, prominjnt attorney, for th Progressive Party: Dr. F. P. Archer, for the Republican Party: and James F. Cooper, lawyer and citrus grower, for the Dixiecrats. J hn Pennekamp. associate editor of the Miami Herald, who will act as moderator, stated. "Thu will be a town hall type meeting. The moderator will direct the discussion and the audience will be permitted to ask questions from the floor." Style and quality that will surprise you. We are out of the high rent district thus the savings are greater. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothleln 236 N. MIAMI AVE. 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FR IDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 ^JenisHlcridHann PAGE FIFTEEN Hebrew At The University Ot Miami By A. P. GANNES The introduction of modern Hebrew in the adult division of the University of Miami is still an unknown fact in our community. In the spring term of 1948, when it wa s first introduced, seventeen students were registered for the course. It was a modest beginning but it has important implications for the Jewish and non-Jewish students. In offering two Hebrew courses in the fall term, the University of Miami is showing its interest in the teaching of Hebrew. The University of Miami is thereby joining the 150 colleges and universities which teach Hebrew today and the 265 institutions which recognize Hebrew for college admission. The study of Hebrew as a living tongue is gaining ground in manv cities. In New York 18 high" schools teach Hebrew and the leading colleges conduct regularly accredited courses. Just recently, the New York State Board of Regents recognized Hebrew for Regents credit and state scholarships. Hebrew is the only modern language that has shown an increase in New York. All other languages have shown a steady decrease. A recent announcement was made that Abraham Ellis of Philadelphia has established a chair in Hebrew Literature and Philosophy at Temple University. Other universities that have similar MR. and MRS. HERMAN ALEXANDER Wish all their Friends and Relatives a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All a Most Happy New Year SAVOY HOTEL 252 N.W. Second Street "Open Year Around" GREETINGS "GENE" Groover's Pharmacy $ 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Ask Your Grocer For toy l r ALITY / / FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by VARIETY FOODS OIST., Ci. Phone 3-3761 1029 N.W. 31tt Street chairs are Harvard, Columbia and New York University. Hebrew is not and never has been a dead language. But even if the question is still debatable, the use of the language in the Jewish state as a living language is the best argument of all. The University of Miami is to be congratulated for its interest and encouragement. I have it on good authority that Hebrew will soon be introduced in the regular day session. There is no doubt in my mind that hundreds of Jewish and non-Jewish students will avail themselves of this opportunity. The Jewish students will renew their contact with Jewish studies, and non-Jewish students will make their acquaintance with the ancient-modern civilization through the medium of the Hebrew tongue. Perhaps some day a chair in Hebrew will be endowed by some interested magnanimous individual. It is my sincere hope that the Miami Beach Senior High school will see fit to introduce Hebrew as a modern language. There is still time to register for Hebrew at the University of Miami. Adults are urged to do so now at the Administration building of the university. NEW YEAR GREETINGS f HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blue Prints—Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St. PHONE 3-5777 Illinois Circuit Court Bans Religious Education CHAMPAIGN, 111. (JTA)—All religious education in the municipal schools here was banned by an order of Circuit Judge Grover Watson. This marked the final victory for Mrs. Vashti McCollum, of this community, who carried the fight against religious instruction in public schools to the Supreme Court, which ruled thai such education was unconstitutional. The writ also prohibits the "use of the state's public school machinery to enroll pupils in religious classes." U. S. Savings Bonds will help make your dreams come true. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg and Richard and Madelyn Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR MRS. ROSE H. RURENSTEIN AND DAUGHTERS TEMA AND MONA OF 820 40th Street. Miami Beach EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. 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PAGE TEN ,1 +J ewish fhrMian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8. ig 48 Jewish Education (Continued from Page 2) town because he wanted to so much, rather it was used only as the excuse for not attending. The child can very easily manufacture more excuses even if Hebrew school were only two days, especially if he has parental consent. In spite of the progressive methods used by Hebrew educators, the afternoon Hebrew school is declining for it no longer attracts the same number (in percentage) of students as in forrr.er years. Where is the fault? The blame can be attributed directly at the door of the parents. They adopt an attitude of indifferentism. If the child wants to go to school they won't discourage him, neither will they encourage him. Religion should be left entirely in the hands of the child. accordParochial educat.on. They are the Ivrith B*Ivrith method (Hebrew into Hebrew^. Ivrith B'Yiddish, Ivrith B'English. Some schools follow the Ramaz plan which integrates the English and Hebrew program. It has no specific time for English studies or for Hebrew. Their first period might be arithmetic, the second Hebrew reading, the third American history, the fourth Bible, etc. In most schools, however, the Hebrew subjects are taught in the morning and English studies in the afternoon. In a short article of this type one can't possibly hope to explain in detail the advantages and disadvantages of each particular method. Suffice it to say that from a nationalist Zionist point of view, Ivrith B'lvrith is the preferred method. DPs Usher in the New Year At Services in Germany U. S. Saving Bonds-the f^, crop that grows. % %  < ir.g to the modern parent. Would j From an emo tional Galut aspect they apply the same criterion | the Yiddish is the best, and for when dealing with the child'.-, comp i ete understanding in the physical well being. Would they I American scene, the Ivrith in Englet their youngster come in at any hour of the night—saying that he is old enough to know what he is doing. It is their negative approach that has killed our educational system. In reality there should be another branch of education that would be able to reach our parents—one that would give them a wholesome outlook on life and would instill in them the desire to have their children taught the totality of Judaism. Mention must of course be made of the Bar Mitzvah ceremony, the ritual which marks the young man's entering manhood. The child is being initiated into the offices of his creed by an elaborate procedure involving the violation of its major institutions, the Sabbath and the laws of Kashruth. The trefa Bar Mitzvah banquet, and the long line of cars around the synagogue are sad commentaries on our spiritual well being. There are other considerations! that should be included in a proper evaluation of Chinuch." The parents take very little in-1 terest, they don't take the trouble J to find out enough about the i school, the staff. Seldom do the i parents ask the child what he j actually studies, or remind him' to say grace before and aftei meals. In other words, as long as their child can be "Bar Mitzvah" they are satisfied. Until this attitude is changed the hope of improving our school system is discouraging. I have left for the last the third prevailing type of religious education because it is the only one of all the systems that is increasing in both number of schools and in number of enrollees. I am referring to the Parochial or Day School. The Day school represents the maximum type of education that a Jewish child can obtain. Under one roof he receives both, his secular studies and his Hebrew studies. His secular studies local city Board of Education. There are different methods of are under the supervision of the lish method would receive first honor. Until lately the organization of Day schools, has been on a city to city basis. There was no national coordination, no interchange of ideas and plans among the various schools. To strengthen Jewish education and provide the maximum of Jewish teachings and beliefs, a national organization of Torah Umesorah was founded to initiate and sponsor and aid formation of Day schools. Two other groups the Vaad Hachinuch Hachredi a Yede Mizrachi and the Lubawitch have also organized a number of schools in many cities. One misconception has been done away with by these various organizations. Formerly people thought that only large cities such as New York. Baltimore. Chicago, etc., PREVENT To the trumpeting of the shofar, rabbis pray for the future at services ushering* in the New Year in the Community Synagogue of Munich. Germany. The J^ ^.tribution Committee provided shofars. talaisim, and other religious supplies for the High Holiday services arranged for Jewish displaced persons in the U. S. Zone of Germany. could afford the luxury of maximum education. Now it has been proven that small cities like Miami and others, can also support similar institutions and are fruitful soil for the transmission of our heritage for our youth. It is encouraging that we in Miami are beginning to realize that religion is a natural need of the soul and demands cultivation. Religion is the glow of G-d in childhood, the consecration and guarantee of national perpetuity. CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR. President i nit-in AIHI: PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Grand Opening MONTE CARLO CLUB Presenting Sensational EDDIE BARNES and JOHNNY Music By WILLIE KLINE and HIS BOYS Continued Entertainment Open Till 5 A. M. 100% Air Conditioned Free Parking 700 S. W. 8th St. Ret. Ph. 2-9754 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If Ifs Glass We Hare It" 1805 PURDY AVE., M. B. 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PAGE SIXTEEN vjewisti fk*Jdttar YOUTH PARLEY MAPS BROAD PROGRA M OF ACTON ^^c—eloi JWB Youth Conference Joe Singer of Miami Beach YM-YWHA has been elected to the executive committee of the permanent National Jewish Youth Conference, created at a nationwide youth parley, which took place at Camp Wei-Met under the auspices of the National Jewish Youth Planning Commission of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The executive committee of the new permanent body is charged with the responsibility of drafting a constitution, electing officers of the conference, and carrying out the work of the conference between its annual sessions. The more than 150 delegates, representing 65 Jewish communities throughout the U.S., voted to ask the JWB to be the sponsoring agency of the new body "because of its (the JWB's) fundamental purposes, the nature of its activities, its readiness to acFirsl National Jewish Youth Conference in U. S. took place Sept. 3-10 at Camp Wei-Met Naxrowsburg, N. Y.. under auspices of National Jewis h Youth Planning Commission of National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). More than 1500 delegates, representing 65 Jewish communities all over nation, discussed vital issues facing Jewish youth and defined functions and activities of Jewish Youth and Young Adult Councils. Creating permanent national body to include representatives of youth, young adult councils, and national Jewish youth groups, delegates voted to ask JWB to be sponsoring agency of new body. Photos above show delegates at some Conference sessions. Upper left—At Oneg Shabbat, Arthur C. A. Liverhant, secretary to Israeli Mission to U. S., is main speaker. Upper right— One of six workshop discussion groups meets to weigh issues raised at preceding plenary session. Lower left—Finding Committee summarizes workshop reports. Lower right—Future Organization Committee maps new permanent body, deciding to retain title "National Jewish Youth Conference." tep v. thc ,c ^^rr7^ sorsrwp, and because '„ ', POn in a position to prov.de U and facilities noces arV ^ effective functfiJ to fonal Jewish YouthVonf ^ V-,om in** !" to OWM DRINK PLENTV OF WcUey DFUVmO TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES S-GALLON BOTTLE • ISc ..TSe PHONE 2-4128 We Install and Service Our{ {Patented Lavador Deodorizer,' i t in Wash Rooms of Filling Stations, Restaurants, Industrial Plants rSd onoiti 11 OF FLORIDA CO. 31 N.W. 8th Ave. Ph. 2-1338 Weizman Arrives In Israel To Stay TEL AVIV. (JTA>—Dr. Chaim :nann. first President of the a] Government of Isrrived here this week by special plane from Switzerland. He was met by members of the Israeli Cabinet and the State Council. At the airport he re\ :< wt i .raeli Air Force guard of honor. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Anti-Semitism and Race Prejudice: A Contrast Both Jews and Negroes are threatened by the same hatred. Upon the strength of this hostilitv. they should unite in action." Such a quotation betrays shallow thinking, and parallels the colorblind artist trying to paint a picture of variegated shades. It is the over simplification of Left Wingers who ignore the historic fact that hatred against the Negro commenced during the Reconstruction the "tragic era" following the Civil War. Starting in the South race hatred ultimately spread throughout the land. It is now utilized by forces which desire to exploit the Negro and keep him from rising above the level of serfdom. As regards anti-Semitism, here is a profound statement by Erich Kahler, a pre-Hitler professor of Heidelberg, now teaching at an American university. "The persecution of th e Jews is a universal phenomenon; it is more or less perceptible the world over; it stretches the whole length of human history: and it contains the whole inner development of human society, adapting its forms, from antiquitv to the present day, to every social change, and at the same time, whil" assuming new forms, retaining the old ones or returning to them." The similarity of anti-Semitism and prejudice towards the Negro is like the comparison between the eleohant and camel on the basis that each has four legs. Contrasting Analogies +Jenisti nor Mian PAGE THREE Anti-Jewish feeling begins with religious differences. The Crucifixion story in the background is aggravated by the obstinate refusal of the Jew to accept the benefits, the blessings or the salvation offered by Christianity. The rabid anti-Semite is ever ready to harp on the theme: Jewish wealth. The stock in trade of the envious demagogue is "the Jewish control of Hollywood's movies, international banking, the press, the radio, and all the mines, factories, and industries of the nation." The Jewish zest for education. has created a "problem" for colleges, resulting in a quota system to bar his admission. His intellectual unrest finds expression in the professions, in business, in white-collar or skilled labor. The Jewish insistence on main-, taining his ancient cultural heritage, his separate group identity labeled "clannishness," his aversion to inter-marriage, his refusal to assimilate has been a constant puzzle to historians and sociologists. The Negro has not only accepted the white Savior; he is perhaps the most ardent and devout believer in all Christendom. The Negro is largely a proletariat. Neither his wealth nor his capacity to get on in life can excite the envy of the most dispossessed in the white population. The large mass of Negroes are still scarcely literate (often the result of denied opportunities). Rarely a business or professional man. he fills the rank of unskilled, marginal, or low cost labor. The Negro quickly forgot his original tongue, gave up his inherited religion such as it was, lost all memory of his African homeland, and adopted completely the mores of the white man. His eagerness to assimilate is prevented by his black skin. Lynching The Pogrom, large or small, begins with the intent to rob and plunder. But when it starts going, it usually ends with expuLsion or liquidation. The Crusader, in spite of his religious frenzy, was not really concerned with saving a soul for Christendom. Nor did the Scientific inventor of the Nazi crematorium seek to save a body even for slave labor. Both aimed at complete extermination. vs. Pogrom The objective of the lynching I party is not so much to destroy | the offender for his misdeed, real or fancied, as to teach the other Negroes a lesson in civility, in ciccility, in "let them know their place." The Georgia Cracker or Mississippi Goon has no intention to drive out the Negro, who is valuable not only as a cheap laborer but because his very presence makes the most degraded share cropper of Tobacco Road feel an aristocrat simply by reason of his wite skin. The two hatreds bear no relationship. Anti-Negro violence exists among people who have never seen a Jewish face. Antiaemitism, in spite of its long ubiquitous life, has never been satisactonly explained. Then how can there be a natural alliance between people whom economics, religion, society, and culture divide so completely? Nor is the Negro immune to anti-Semitism. The ease with which he was injected with anti-Jewish virus by Nazi-Fascist agitators before World War II points to something portentious in the future. Austrian Promises Not Been Fulfilled Jewish Head Says ^ VIENNA, (JTA) — Dr. David Shapira, president of the Vienna Jewish Community, charged this week that none of the promises made by leading Austrian government officials some six months ago have been fulfilled. Consequently, Dr. Shapira told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the 10,000 Jews in Vienna are extremely dissatisfied with the delay in property restitution and inadequate housing facilities. Although Dr. Leopold Figl. Austrian Chancellor, asked Peter Krauland, Minister for Property Control, to consult with Jewish leaders on questions of restitution, Dr. Shapira declared, Krauland asserted that "the Vienna Jewish Community must be regarded as a religious institution, the same as the Catholic or Protestant Church." 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1948 +Jelsti fhrMlan PAGE THIRTEEN Help Them to a Bigger Slice I SOS Opens New Fall D rive for 4 Million Pounds 20,561,847 Lbs. of Relief Supplies Shipped to Europe's Jews From Jan, 1,1946, to Aug. 1, 1948, by JDCs SOS Collection Cyprus 139,608 Greece 369,483 Yugoslavia 462,731 Bulgcria 480,270 Cncteifcnfcta 511,692 Cun.ciic 525,849 Franc 653,008 Poland 1,629,661 Italy 2,193,114 2,682,260 Artrfa 4,458,335 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Lemar Hotel at 236 9th St., Miami Reach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FLORENCE WELOFF Sole Owner HARRY 1)1 ETZ Congress lildg. Attorney 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 PARK BAR AND < 11:11.1, at 1527 West Flagler 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 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of North Cleaners at 163" N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Imperial Enterprises, Inc. a Florida Corporation By Edward Harelik, President CORPORATE SEAL Attest Florence K. Helfand, Secretary HARRY DIETZ, Attorney 10/1-8-15-22-29 6,029482 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE la 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. FRIEDBERG LOUIS FRIEDBERG Owners SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 9/10-17-24 10/1-8 Y Food..... •*% Cleft* 4 3.97c Misc. Supplies 7.5% This figure Includes food, wiring opperel. layettes, personal good., medical supplies, •ligioui MJllw. books, toy*, recordl, ond miscellaneous items. I ho., also been lent to lelgium (27.846), China (14,040) ond Holland (6,392* ID transit ond stockpiles, 377,676. SOS supplies arc disiributed" overseas by the Joint Distribution Committee and supplement the JDC relief ad rehabilitation program* made possible by the United Jewish Appeal. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FII.M-ART Ml'RALS at 214 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TELEVISION FILM-ART SERVICE, INC. WASMAN, SILVER ft SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 10/1-8-15-22-29 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/ORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 119521. MARY WORTH1NGTON, Plaintiff, vs. HERMAN WORTHINGTON. JR.. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: HERMAN WORTHINGTON, JR., c/o Barnesboro Hotel Barnesboro, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 25th day of October, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DATED this 23 day of September, 1948 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious namo THE STYLE SHOP at number 1730 Northwest 36th Street. In the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRVING GOLDMAN BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for applicants 10/1-8-15-22 Israeli Minister Submits Six-Month Budget TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Minister of Finance Eliezer Kaplan this week submitted to the Israeli State Council a proposed budget of 7.800,000 pounds ($31,200,000) for the six-month period from July through December, 1948. This total does not include the special appropriations for security measures. The Anglo-Palestine Bank's Issue Department announced that more than 27,000,000 new pounds have already been issued and exchanged for the currency of the former Mandatory Power. This is the last week for exchanging these former British notes for the new Israeli currency. LEGAL NOTICE Herbie Cohen, young son of Irving Cohen, Rock Graziano's manager, finished the season as top hurler for Hickory in the Carolina League with a record of 12-6, which insures a promotion for him in the gnat baseball chain. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 62nd Street Bakery at 1486 N. W. 62nd Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRED KAUFMANN WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant. 10/1-8-15-22-29 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI,ORlDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 119747. GERALD CLAYTON OAKES. Plaintiff, vs. VIRGINIA OAKES, Defendant. TO: VIRGINIA OAKES. Terra Alta, West Virginia. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above stvled cause for divorce, on or before the 6th day of November, 1948. otherwise Decree Pro Confesso will be entiled against you. Dated this 7th day of October, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 617 Seybold Building Miami, Morida 10/8-15-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FU>R!DA, 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 ft SAKOWITZ Attorney! for Plaintiff Suite 918 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 9/17-24 10/1-8-15 HARRY DIET/. Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 9/24 10/1-8-15 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Harman Villa Hotel at 354 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, NATHAN LIPKIND Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 10/1-8-15-22-29 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 8016 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 AI limeys for Applicant w/17-24 10/1-8-15 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUNT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 119861. JOSEPH RASKIN, Plaintiff, vs. DORA RASKIN. Defendant. TO: Dora Raskin. 263 W. 76th Street, New York, New Y'ork: You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill f complaint for divorce filed against you by JOSEPH RASKIN, on or before the 13 day of October, 1948. otherwise the allegations of said bill will he taken as confessed bv Vou. DONE AND ORDERED, this i3 day of September, A.D. yjv 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 SERVICE TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS QUALITY GOODWILL Florida Glass & Mirror Co., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS. LIBBEY-OWENS-FORD GLASS CO. "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" 1601-1619 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phone 2-1796 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 2-2206 SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Manufacturers of DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE 2300 -N. W. 27th Avenue Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912, as Amended by the Acts of March 3. 1933, and July 2, 1946. Of The Jewish Floridlan published weekly at Miami, Florida, tor Oct. 6th. 1948. State of Florida, County of i>aie, as, Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Fred K. Shochet, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher-Managing Editor of The Jewish Floridlan and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement i.f the ownership, management (and ir a dally, weekly, semiweckly or triweekly newspaper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24. 1912, as amended by the ails Ol March 3, 1933, and July 2. 1946 (section 537. Postal Laws and Regulations), printed ,n the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher Fred K. Shochet, F O. Box 2973 Miami, Fla.: Editor Ired K. Shochet. P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Ha. I That the owner Is: (If owned by a "corporation. Its name and address must be stated and also immediately thereunder the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding one percent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by corporation, the names and addresses of the individual owners must be given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, Its name and address, as well as those of each Individual member, must be given.) The Jewish Floridlan, Not Inc. Ethel Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla.; Fred K. Shochet, P. O. Box 297S, Miami, Fla. .", That the average number of copies of each Issue of this publication sold or distributed through the msils or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the twelve months preceding the date shown above Is 3018. (This Information is required from dally, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Betty Lou Shop at 234S Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Coral Gables, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARTIN GOLDSTEIN Applicant MY'ERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/17-24 10/1-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in. business under the fictitious name of KAY DISTRIBUTORS at 310 78th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERBERT KAHN WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Kay Distributors 9/24 10/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Doc-Llclous Products at 5905 N. W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL ZOLTROW Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 10/1-8-15-2 2-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Circle Market at 918 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD GOLDSTEIN FRANCES GOLDSTEIN Owners GEORGE CHERTKOF 608 Olympla Bldg Attorney for Applicants 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 SUN REALTY at 1220 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD. MIAMI. FLA., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/24 1U/1-8-15-22 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 Avenuo 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 weekly, semlweekly, and triweekly newspapers only.) ___—, FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor, Publisher. Sworn o and subscribed before me this fith day of October, 1948. O.ERTRUDE P. HUGHES, (Mv commission expires March 23, 1948.) (SEAL NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EUCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 119628. r.U'OB ZACK, Plaintiff, vs. CELIA ZACK. Defendant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO THEDEFENDANT Cella Zack 611 E. 137th Street Bronx, New York You are hereby notified that you are required to file an appearance In this proceeding for dlvoroe filed against you by Jacob Zack on or before November 1, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. This order to be published In the Jewish Floridlan. This 30th day of September. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal^ By M, C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER Attorney for Plaintiff 1009 Pan American Bank Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 10/l-8-lo-22 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 350 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 i.t.lo County, Florida. SAMUEL HOLTZMAN DAVID SIMON MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 9/17-24 10/1-8-15 m I