Friday, April 25, 1947
CUB-SCOUT PACK 14
A t their regular April Pack
Meeting, held in the auditorium of
the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
the following officers were duly
lected: Mr. Charles Feinstein,
Chairman of the Cub Pack Com
mittee; Mr. Nathan Freidlin, Cub
master; Mr. Hy Selber, Assistant
Cubmaster; Mr. David Torn, Sec
retary; Mrs. Perry Safer, Treas
urer; Mr. Ansel Chepenik and Mr.
pjjU* sher, Committeemen-at-
Large; Mrs. Charles Feinstein,
Chief Den Mother; Mrs. Nathan
Newman, Den Mother of the Den;
Mrs. Albert Robins, Den Mother or
p en 3 and Mrs. Phil Sher, Den
Mother of Den 4.
An Investure Ceremony was
held for Reuben Mizrahi and
Charles Zimmerman. Advance
ment awards were presented by
Cubmaster Ben Chepenik as fol
lows: Lion Badge to Bernie
Nachman and Sollie Safer; Bear
Badge to Morry Sher; Wolf Badge
to Marvin Kramer and Den Chiefs
Warrant to Bernard Silverman.
Some very fine musical inter
ludes were enjoyed by the large
gathering. Cubs Sollie Safer and
Bernie Nachman rendered a twin
clarinet selection accompanied on
the piano by Miss Marlene Esta
Safer. Byron Selber and his ac
cordion received quite a hand, as
did also, Sheldon Torn at the
Plans were made for an annual
Cub-Scout Banquet to be held May
18th at which time Cub Pack No.
14 will install its new officers and
receive its new Charter. Mrs.
Dora Zimmerman was appointed
Chairman of the Catering Com
mittee assisted by Mrs. Hy Selber,
Mrs. Ben Setzer, Mrs. Sam Marko
witz and Mrs. Henry Spitzer, Mrs.
Morris Nachman is in charge of
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(Copyright, 1947, Jewish Tele
graphic Agency, Inc.)
The American section of the
Jewish Agency executive is con
ducting negotiations for the broad
ening of its membership to include
representatives o f non-Zionist
groups ... Non-Zionist leaders
have received proposals for recon
stitution of the Agency so as to
give adequate representation to
the non-Zionists ... It is hoped in
Zionist circles that the process of
enlarging the Agency will be com
pleted before the United Nations
take up the Palestine issue . . .
This would enable the Agency to
appear before the U. N. as the
representative of all major groups
in Jewish life . . . Officially the
Agency intends to present to the
U. N. the demand for the estab
lishment of a Jewish Common
wealth . . . This demand, however,
will be modified by a provision
that any trustee appointed for
Palestine by the U. N. must in the
interim period fulfill all obliga
tions of the mandate as adopted
by the League of Nations ... It
is anticipated that Britain will
attempt to secure the trusteeship
over Palestine without some of the
mandate obligations . . . This is
what the leaders of the Agency
fear most . . . Some of them be
lieve that Britain is likely to
achieve its aim to retain the man
date . . . They are under the im
pression that the new interest
which the United States is taking
in Greece and Turkey has brought
the American Government closer
to Britain on the Palestine ques
tion . . . Zionist leaders have no
ticed recently a slight withdrawal
in Washington with regard to the
Palestine issue . . . They feel that
the U. S. attitude is less clear
than prior to the decision of oui
government to take a hand in the
Greek situation . . .
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This picture of 5-year-old Ruth
Schwarz, taken in Europe after libera
tion, shows her coat torn by shrapnel
in the battle that led up to freeing of
the camp where she was imprisoned by
the Nazis. Ruth’s survival was a mod
ern parallel to the story of Daniel and
the lions. She and her mother were
saved by the whim of a Nazi officer be
cause the little girl courageously
fondled a savage dog trained to kill
prisoners. They were reunited later
with Mr. Schwarz. The family found
haven in the United States and were
resettled on the West Coast with the
aid of United Service for New Ameri
cans, whose work is supported by the
$170,000,000 campaign of the United
Jewish Appeal for 1947,
ISSER PRICE UNVEILING
SET FOR SUNDAY
The ceremony for the unveil
ing of the monument on the
grave of the late Isser Price
will take place at 2 P. M. on
Sunday, April 27th at the Jack
sonville Jewish Center Cemtery.
A serious controversy over ttfe
British proposal on Palestine is
expected at the special session of
the United Nations . . . The British
have recommended that the U. N.
session limit itself to setting up
a fact finding committee oij Pales
tine for preparatory study before
the regular session of the U. N.
General Assembly in September...
But Britain has no power to limit
debate at the special session to a
question of procedure . . . Conse
quently, if the session will insist
on debating the substance of the
Palestine issue which Britain
would prefer to see deferred—the
British delegation by itself could
do nothing to stop it ... It must
be noted that the United States,
Soviet Russia and France, all of
whom supported the calling of a
special session, are not committed
to the idea that the meeting do
nothing more than set up an in
vestigating committee . . . The
possibility is therefore foreseen
that some of the great powers may
prefer the special session to get
down to the essence of the Pales
tine situation and to make immed
iate recommendations . . . The
chances are also strong that the
five Arab League members of the
United Nations will oppose the es
tablishment of a fact finding com
mittee and will try to develop dis
cussions on the Palestine issue on
a much broader basis ... If the
U. N. session decides on an immed
iate debate on the substance of
tha Palestine problem, the British
delegation may wait to see how
the debate develops before taking
further decisions .
The British Government’s policy
is to present to the fact-finding
committee, if any is set up, a de
tailed memorandum describing
British policy and administration
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By Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz
Congratulations to Louis Safer
of this city and Marylin Socoloff
of Pensacola upon their recently
announced engagement. The wed
ding is to be an event of June.
Also scheduled for June is the
wedding of Ethel Gruber and Abe
Fraden—June Bth, to be exact—
following which the young couple
will make their home in Roosevelt
Gardens in Murray Hill.
Another June bride, Minna Sil
verman, will be honored May 2nd
when Alise Diamond (Mrs. Abe)
and Beck Newman (Mrs. Nathan)
entertain for her with a luncheon
in the Windsor Hotel.
Visiting her family here is Mrs.
B. Hollins of Berlin, Maryland.
While in Jacksonville she is the
house guest of her daughter and
son-in-law, the I. H. Edwards.
The Sidney Entmans traveled to
New Orleans for a Social Welfare
Conference. He is director of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged here.
Rabbi and Mrs. Earl Stone (she
is the former Judy Wilensky of
Jacksonville) are scheduled for a
stop in Jacksonville enroute to
their vacation spot in Miami, the
middle of May.
Dr. Julius Sloat is visiting in
Baltimore and the H. Fradens and
Mr. Louis Katz in Philadelphia.
Understand Erwin Gendzier’s
mother and sister are coming to
Jacksonville to make their home.
Gabriella Mayer and Vicki Levy
went to Atlanta last Sunday to at
tend the Jr. Hadassah-Masada
dance, which we hear was a huge
Samuel Gordon Bar Mitzvah
Scheduled for Saturday
Samuel Gordon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert J. Gordon,
will be confirmed at tradition
al Bar Mitzvah exercises on
Saturday morning, April 26th,
at the Jacksonville Jewish Cen
ter. The services will begin
at 8:30 A. M.
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