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The Jewish Floridian ( March 23, 1945 )

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teMislh-IEIIiOipiidliiaup />6^^-THE JEWISH UNTTY ana THE JEWISH WEEKLY 5TUME 18—NUMBER 12 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS REFUGEES "5 lavana, Cuba (JTA)—Jewish ogees from Belgium, who have a remarkable job in the jiond industry here, employabout 1,000 Jews and 1,500 bans, are not eager to return {heir native country, eports reaching them from mm reveal that there is a deal of anti-Jewish feelthere due to Nazi propaganvhich has left roots in cersections of the population, report said that a hotel in isels refused to admit Jews— ch never happened before the in the Belgian capital. The Iian Jews here are also dismted at the fact that GerJewish refugees in Belgium interned after the liberaot the country. It present there is a strike fg mi in the diamond industry which, if not settled soon, amuse anti-Semitic feelings. an workers in the industry Ive from sixty to eighty-five r< a week, which is more they get in any other ocItion. They, however, want same wages as the Jewish kers who have more skill experience., |ueli interest is centered on question as to what will hapo the diamond industry here Belgian Jews decide to reto Belgium. Some local are now financially interin the industry and it is (tin that they intend to keep Bog. 8Msm BIG UNDERTAKING London (JTA)—Germany still has more than 500,000 Jews under its control, it was disclosed here on the basis of a statement by Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler. Himmler is reported to have given these figures to Jean Musy former Swiss federal councillor, who was instrumental in securing the release of 1,200 Jews from Thereseinstadt. Musy revealed the information to H. A. Goodman, political secretary of the Agudas Israel, who was in Switzerland for several weeks conferring on rescue matters. Reporting on his activities in Switzerland, Mr. Goodman said that there are still possibilities of rescuing these half-million Jews and that vigorous efforts in their behalf must continue. He paid tribute to Switzerland for the assistance it is giving 30,000 Jewish refugees. E TO BE DISCUSSED IT AN ILESTINE NOW IS II OF LEAGUE fidon (JTA)—London newsreport that the constitu|of the League of Arab Narecognizes Palestine as a >er of the League. constitution contains y-two articles and two cols, one of which provides •Palestine shall have a vote Be League's Council. Since uure status of Palestine is andecided, the Council it'ill nominate a Palestinian present his fellow countryBs a full-fledged member of sague. with voting and other The constitution will be nted for ratification to the fcrab congress which opens on Saturday. )REN MAY NOT BE WED FROM HOMES York (JTA)—The Union pnodox Rabbis of the United and Canada made public pt of a cable received from of orthodox Jewry in disclosing that "it is im' to rescue Jewish chilrrom the Catholic convents Ilrom private non-Jewish 1 where they were given I during the German oc•on of the country. The decided to send 100.000 as an initial contribution fve Jewish children from sion. Cairo (JTA)—The Palestine problems will be in the forefront of discussions at the preliminary conference of the League of Arab Nations which opened here this week. Unconfirmed rumors concerning different solutions for the Arab-Jewish problem, which are alleged to have been brought to the conference by the various delegates, continue to circulate here. One of the solutions which members of the conference may study deals with the eventual partitioning of Palestine and the formation of a greater Syria which will include the part of Palestine assigned to the Arabs, it was stated. Usually well-informed Arab circles claimed that there is also a proposal on hand—allegedly already accepted by the foreign ministers of the Arab countries participating in the conference— which provides for the granting of administrative and cultural autonomy to Jewish sections within an Arab Palestine. NEARLY READY TO START ON APRIL 8 With the Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive set for April 8 through the 22 but two weeks away, finishing touches are being given to the biggest undertaking ever attempted by the local Jewish community. Federation officials are prepared to put 1,000 volunteer workers into the field to canvas the 8,000 families, prospective ington (JTA)—Representof three national Jewish es urged passage of the bi%  n Fair Employment Praciil with enforcement powneanngs before a Senate nmittee headed by Senannis Chaves, New Mexico rat. GOVERNOR DEWEY IS SLAPPED BY RANKIN Washington (JTA) — Representative John E. Rankin, Mississippi Democrat this week attacked Governor Dewey for signing the Ives-Quinn bill barring racial discrimination in employment. The bill, he said, is "the greatest betrayal of the white Americans of New York that state has ever known." Addressing the House of Representatives, Rankin demanded that "white Gentiles should be protected from the persecutions they are now compelled to endure." He also called for defeat WAR CRIMINALS NOW GET LIGHT PENALTIES Bucharest (JTA)—The Rumanian Minister of Justice has issued a new decree under which those responsible for the establishment of ghettos or for the deportation of Jews will no longer be considered war criminals, but will be placed in the category of "persons responsible for the disaster of the country." Persons in the latter category are receiving milder punishment than those classified as war criminals. Special services were held in the Bucharest Synagogue to mark the return of Transylvania to Rumania. Representatives of the government attended the ceremonies which were presided over by Chief Rabbi Shafran who offered prayers for the more than 100,000 Transylvanian Jews who were deported to Poland and Germany and whose whereabouts are not known. JOE ROSE Federation Director contributors to Federation, as revealed by the recent population survey. The campaign this year has been broken down into divisions to distribute manpower a*nd expedite the success of the undertaking. George Chertkof, chairman of the campaign, together with Joseph Rose, campaign and executive director of Federation, announced division heads as follows: Initial Gift Division, co-chairmen, Stanley Blank and Jacob Sher. Special Gift Division, co-chair(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) NOTICE TO OUR READERS M 0 I PREVENTS PARIS JEW FROM E PROCLAMATION IS SHED FOR 1 AM Paris (JTA)—A "mysteriously organized" mob of 600 people this week prevented a Paris Jew from recovering his apartment which was being illegally ocI United States of America, in ordWashington (JTA)—President Roosevelt has proclaimed May 20 as "I Am An American Day." His proclamation reads: "Whereas within the last twelve months we have granted citizenship with its many privileges to thousands of foreignborn men and women through naturalization, and have received into full citizenship the great numbers' of native-born youth who have come of age; and "whereas these citizens are giving strength to our democracy in its struggle against tyranny and in its striving to make secure through international organization the rights and opportunities of citizens in our own and in other sovereign nations; and "Wheroas the Congress, by Public Resolution 67, approved May 3, 1940, has recognized the third Sunday in May of each year as 'Im An American Day," and has requested that the President issue a proclamation setting aside that day for the special recognition of those who have been naturalized or have attained their majority during the past year; "Now, therefore, I. Franklin D. Roosevelt. President of the cupied by a person who had obtained it during the occupation, it was revealed here today. The owner of the apartment had ober that we may honor those who have recently become members of our body politic and at the same time reaffirm our allegitained a court order dispossessance to the principles of Ameriing the present occupant and! can citizenship, do hereby prowas accompanied by police ofclaim Sunday, May 20, 1945, as ficials who were powerless to j 'I Am An American day'." disperse the mob. The incident was disclosed by Julliette Jonvaux of the Movement Against Racism, addressing a meeting attended by 3,000 persons, called by a joint committee of various anti-racist and Jewish organizations to hear a report on the present status of the restitution problem. Mme. Jonvaux cited the above case as an example of the anti-Semitic activities still going on in France. ARAB LEADERS AGREE, TO VERY SMALL STATE ARE GONDEMNED BY POPE IN TALK Rome (JTA)—The Nazi racial doctrines were condemned this week by Pope Pius XII in an address in Rome. "To those who let themselves Cairo (JTA)—Leaders of Arab -be mislead by the disciples of countries have agreed to the es-, violence, and having rashly folThe PBMOTK Edition of the Jewish Floridian will be dated Friday, March 30. Because of the Passover holidays, the offices will be closed Thursday and Friday. Deadline for all material for this issue will be Monday morning. March 8 at 10:30 a. m. APPROVE METHOD OF RETURNING PROPERTY Paris (JTA)—The French Con,„„„, Fnir isultative Assembly this week ap*t$L££J W L5E?TSiJK Proved a bill providing for _a tablishment of a small Jewish state in Palestine, about the size of Lebanon, in the hope that this solution of the Palestine problem will be acceptable to Jews, it is reported here. This decision, coming shortly after the talks between President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Employment Practices Commis sion, on which a Senate subcommittee has been holding hearings. The following day, Rep. Adam C. Powell Jr. of New York re"speedy referee procedure for the restitution to Jewish owners of property lost through German or Vichy anti-Jewish legislation. The bill constitutes a combination of the drafts of the restituplied to Rankin, denouncing the tion ] aws submitted by the "few perverted Un-Amencans who "distorted the facts" concerning the New Vork State FEPC law. "Fortunately the best thinking, and therefore, the majority of the white Gentiles of this country," Rep. Powell said "have consistently fought for not the rights of whites only but for the rights French Government and by the French Socialist Party. St. Louis (JTA)—More than 400 representatives of Jewish communities in the St. LouisSouthern Illinois area attending a conference here heard leaders of the Joint Distribution Comworld-wide mittee outline the of all Americans. Only a limited I J.D.C. relief and rehabilitation few who are vicious disgraces to the white race and any other race, nave continued to try make America a stewing-pot instead of a melting pot, but they have failed." program which is now operating in sixteen European countries, as well as in North Africa, the Middle East, South America and other global areas affected by the war. and Saudi-Arabia, is taken here to indicate that the governments of Britain and the United States have been informed of this latest plan. Lebanon covers 3,600 square miles as compared with the 10,429 square miles of Palestine. The population of Lebanon is estimated to be about 700,000. (Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of Commons this week that the applications of Syria and Lebanon to attend the San Francisco Conference are "under consideration." The requests of these countries to become members of the United Nations are also being studied, he said.) lowed them, now find themselves at last awakening from their illusion," the Pope said, "there remains but one way of salvation: to repudiate flatly the idelatoiy of absolute nationalism, the pride of race and blood, the craving for hegemony in the possession of worldly goods, and to turn Churchill and the rulers of Egypt .resolutely toward the spirit of New York (JTA)—A demand that the United Nations conference at San Francisco consider the fate of mandated territories —and specifically the fate of Palestine—was made here by Sen. Ralph O. Brewster of Maine, addressing a dinner sponsored by the New Zionist Organization to mark the 30th anniversary of the Jewish Legion, which fought for Britain in World War I. sincere brotherhood that is based on the worship of the common Father by all men." BRAZIL PROTESTS NAZI TREATMENT OF JEWS Mexico City (JTA)—The Brazilian Foreign Office has sent a protest to Germany against the segregation in special concentration camps for Jews among Brazilian prisoners of war captured by the Germans, the Brazil radio announced. Revealing, for the first time, that the Nazi were discriminating against Brazilian Jewish captives, the broadcast said: "The Foreign Office today sent a protest to Germany through the International Red Cross against this unhuman treatment of prisoners of war." Washington (JTA)—The fate of presently mandated territories will not be decided upon by the United Nations Conference at San Francisco, an authoritative source indicated this week. 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1 PAGE TWO %  P-Jenistf/cridfJati PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Salongcr, of New York city, were married the early part of this month ;it the Astor hotel in New York .aid are now honeymooning for several weeks at the Netherlands liotel. Miami Beach. Mr, Salongcr is past president Of Young Israel, of Fremont. N. Y and is a member of the National Committee of Sabbath Observers of the Young Judea Council. While here, the couple were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Reiner, 310 Meridian Ave„ Miami Beach. Mr. Salongcr made appearances at the Miami Beach Elks club and the Jewish War Veterans. PERSONALS^ Dr. and Mrs. Barney Wcinklc Of this city, have left for New York, where Dr. Wcinklc Will take a four month course mpost graduate surgery at the Polly-, clinic hospital. He will return to Miami in September to resume his practice, confining ins WOIK solely to surgery. Enroute. me couple stopped in Atlanta to see their sons, Stanley and Milton, in the armed forces stationed there. BRISM The Brism of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hellman. Qm 3 c and Mrs. Milton Rattet. and ( and Mrs. Harold J. Ari nson took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. WEDDINGS : T S.;t. Mar. in Rubin, AAF, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubin, 1031 19th SI Miami Beach, to Miss Augusta !; : Sternberg was solemnized Di cember 10 in St. John's W i Miss Marilyn BernsW in. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. •. s. Marco Island. MiB m ol Mrs. Danii I Cn mi r and the late Mr. i : Miamians, Tui sday, Maj I, at a pri\ at t Roney Plaza hotel. synagogue, 1n Ion, it has I learned hi i • The bride is the daughter of Mrs, Annii Sternberg, oi Terenure, Dublin, Ireland. FRIDAY REVIEW TO MEET THIS AFERNOON The Friday Review, sponsored by M i sion Ami — Jewish O meet FriINTER "Y" TO PRESENT { %  **' ".Jg &. HUMORIST APRIL 15 Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, reviewei for the series, will present a Harry Gendel, celebrated indramatic condei of thenew terpreter of humorous mononovel "Ti trn rn Will Sing" by logues and character sketches, Lt. Elliott Arnold, a story i I wili be the next artist on the democracy in action in terms of Inter "Y" Cultural Series on human beings in Italy. Lt, Arnold Sun,lay evening, April 15, at the received his officer training Miami Woman's Club. course in Miami, and has had Mr. Gendel is not only the ereporarj l\ I r of humorous types and char' 5, but hi is also the author D TEMIMOU ^rMrm st of his material and originMi • Jt-WlbH CLN1LR ON RADIO SUNDAY tl i : ttings. tnrr Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Rabbi Irving Lehrman announced that the Miami Beach J< wish C ti i I ... bei n chosen as th< fit %  J< wish house of woron thi I >ur Churches" over n WIOD at 8:30 Sunday. The i rogi am will be devoted to tinwork i t the Center. PRES. ROOSEVELT RECEIVES PROSKAUER Washington (JTA)—President Roosevelt today received Judge i, M Proskauer, president an( ] Jacob Blaustein, chairman of Hi,' executive committee of the can Jewish Committee, who presented to him a program containing suggestions on the treatment of the post-war probi f world Jewry as part of ntire peace structure. The program, drawn up by a distinguished group of historians, jurists, educators and rabbis, adati among other things, the (nation of a commission, under the structure to be devised at the San Francisco Conference, to formulate an International Bill of Kights providing for human rights, racial equality, religious and fundamental freeTins commission should !..,vc charge of a course of procedure for the implementation and enforcement of the Bill of Kights. ident Roosevelt, after his ; n,. with Judge Proskauer Mr. Blaustein, authorized ,! state that he was "proy interested in the estabnt of an International Bill fits, as well as in the other tions contained in the inreport of the American i mmittee" submitted to ;i i President said that he considers that "this report indicates a serious endeavor to imI |i mi nt the Dumbarton Oaks im," and added that the report would receive his "most set a ms consideration." mmittee envisaged the ility that the scope of the San Francisco Conference might include the question of mandates created by the League of Nations Covenant. Insofar as this action might affect the situation of Palestine, tiie committee stated that whatever the ultimate decision as to its political status, Palestine should be made the responsibility of the United Nations under an international trusteeship with a view of safeguarding the Jewish settlem nt in and Jewish immigration into Palestine and guar)i4 aa< quate scope for future growth and development, and 1" PII pare the country to becc mea SM,.k,n K r t0 e S^! names and addresses ofM alumni. Those possessing tfl formation are asked to *L* card to P. O. Box 3 TV"* of Miami. %  x3 .U a|| l REPORT ON OLD AGE HOME TOBEOIVBI A report regarding the 01dA I Home will be given at the? 1 beiter Ring Lyceum, 25 M, ington Ave., Miami Beach. £ day evening, March 25, at(S ftw m A T1 j R lans f r bu "%i Old Aged Home in MiamiWl the members of the orgamatu will be discuss* d.This meeting! open to tourist numbers of U Arbeiter Ring. Keep on Buying War Bondi Buy War Bunds and Stamps. SEVERAL HUNDRED HAGGADAHS AT EXCEPTIONAL BUY LOUISjLEVENSON 165 N. E. 24th St.. Miami Phone 3-7791 Distributors of Manischewitz and Rokeach PRODUCTS Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. WANTED Middle aged woman to be companion and do light housekeeping in exchange for room and board. Phone 5-1604 or 2-1842. Passover MACAROONS at their very best \7U& VtettuuHt Zu4lity ^ ALMOXD [MACAROOX WANTED! Roommate to share room in private home. Separate entrance; i cooking privileges. $22.50 per month. Jane Colten. 300 N. W. 25th Ct.. Miami, No. 15 Bus. No Mail or Phone Orderi On Thete Itemi, Pleiit! Galvanized Wash Tubs $J.29 Number 2 llsa heavy, durable wash tubs. The laundry accenaory you've b**D waittai for BO long. Umlt two to a customer. Gal d Pail vanize 50 c 12-quart sizi> just the rilM size and weight I" make your many household chores Male! Heavy Duty. 11-|t. size. Il. Limit two to a cuitoSMT. MIAMI BTOBB. HOUSE Ft-ItNISHIXOa FIFTH 11/"'K MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER SEDARW JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED 335 S. W. 12th AVE. PHONE 3-2470 the well known Cantor JULIUS ROSENSTEIN will officiate both evenings MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building p hone 3 3720 j AAAAAAi >AAMAAMy^^ '**i* mWM*i>You st£r& e .*; 5 e P art Merchandise Washington Ae. t 13th St Miami Beach Parel and Accessory" Sttre '0 E. Flagle, St .. mami SID PALMERS FUNERAL HnH? "SERVING THE JEWISH TOMMT H OME "A FRIEND IN NEED'^ Q M M U N I T Y 2008 W. FLAGLER GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR ATR-CONDITIONED STOEt 33 NORTH EAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FUHNITOB* SERVING PHONE 9-2664 .Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. 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)AY, MARCH 23, 1945 *kwisllhridliif)ti PAGE THREE WBERS INVITED TO )UNG WOMEN Lmbers and those interested (booming members, of B nai bth Young Women of bnolem be are invited to a cocktail hv to be held Sunday afterLi between 3 and 6 p. m. at home of Mrs. Sam Magaziner, 46th St., Miami Beach. m charge of arrangements is b Dollv Pont, first vice presint and "membership committee lb-man. She is assisted by Miss by Stepkin, Miss Loretta AugMis> Mildred Befkowitz, and B Gertrude Grossman. Jbe organization will hold a fukir meeting Tuesday, March a( the Miami Beach YM & J,\ at 8 p. m. All members are led to be present, as a new ne will be selected at that TEMPLE ISRAEL LADIES TO HOLD TEA Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a Passover tea Monday, April 2nd, in Kaplan hall. The annual election of officers and trustees will take place at this time. Guest speaker will be Rev. Joseph Barth. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer is chairman of the tea, and Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum is entertainmerit chairman. Nominating committee is composed of Mrs. M. B. Ross, chairman, and Mesdames Frank Coret, Henry Hirsch, N. A. Rossman and Harry V. Simons. TREISTER ELECTED TO HEAD BEACH ELKS Arthur Treister, real estate operator, was elected exalted ruler of Miami Beach Elks lodge No. 1601 by acclamation Thursday night as were all'other posts to be filled, with exception of a trustee for a five-year term. In this race a contest was staged between George Green, the Red Cross aids on the batfront as well as the home Aid this cause by giving kerously. Mrs. Harry Walfish, of California, Pa., is visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Schneider, 444 S. W. 26th Ct. Enj tertainment arranged for her included a luncheon in Burdine's Tea Room tendered recently by | Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein, 1942 S. W. 17th St. Attending, in addition to Mrs. Walfish, were •Mrs. Schneider and Mrs. William Kotler. CITIZENS OF MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH DO NOT FAIL TO REGISTER For Coming City Elections If Not Qualified A DUTY AND A PRIVILEGE First Annual Concert GIVEN BY THE Greater Miami JEWISH FOLK CHORUS I SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 25. 1945. AT 8 P. M. AT THE MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1410 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach The chorus will appear in the selection of Jewish and i American folk songs conducted by MR. L. POWESKY and (accompanied by MRS. L. NELSON. WALTER GROSSMAN, famous cello artist, will ap[pear on the same program. THE MIAMI CONCERT ENSEMBLE will participate I in a number of selections. Subscription $1.00, tax included retiring trustee, and Dan Roth, retiring exalted ruler, in which Roth was elected. Roth was also I elected alternate representative to the grand lodge. Other officers elected Thursday included James P. Wendler, esteemed leading knight; Kenneth Oka, esteemed loyal night; Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, esteemed lecturing night; Jack Simon, tiler; Paul Greene, treasurer, and Joseph A. Hukle, secretary. ORTHODOX CONG. TO BURN MORTGAGE Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation according to Leon Kaplan president, announces a mortI gage-burning celebration for Sunday, April 29. H. M. Drewich will head the committee in charge of arrangements and will be assisted by the entertainment committee of the Ladies Auxiliary. GRANDDAUGHTER OF MARK MAX DIES Word reached Mr. and Mrs. Mark Max of the Granada Apartments on Saturday night of the unexpected death or their granddaughter, Jill Perlman. Jill was the five weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Perlman of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Perlman was the former Joan Max of this city. II. SIRKIN, Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vice-Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec'y. S. LOBEL, Treas. GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRDS DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director 1520 S. W. 5th St., Miami Tel. 2-7439 I Cong. Beth David Rabbi Max Shapiro 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami Tel. 2-1473 I Beth Sholom Center Rabbi L. Kronish 761 41st St., Miami Beach Tel. 58-1961 | Miami Beach* Jewish [Community Center Rabbi I. Lehrman 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Tel 59-2503 [Miami Jewish Orthodox Rabbi S. April 1845 S. W. 9th St., Miami Tel. 2-5667 After many years of endeavor, we are happy to announce the formation of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus solely for the concern and interest of the public and the promotion of confidence in Kashrus in our community. We urge the public's cooperation by consulting the "Vaad" in order to eliminate "Hefkaerus"—irresponsibility —from our midst. Listing of Kosher butchers and reliable Shochtim, under our supervision will be made shortly. For information, phone 2-7439 or 5-4213. NEW SECRETARY FOR BLOOD BANK Appointment of a new executive secretary for the Dade County Blood bank was approved Tuesday by directors at the annual meeting for election of officers. The secretary is Miss Betty M. Franck, a Miami resident for 20 years. Officers of the Blood Bank elected Tuesday are: A. J. Cleary, re-elected chairman; Chester Wright, vice-chairman, and C. H. Reeder, treasurer. Dr. Guy R. Stoddard was appointed chief of the technical committee. Seven new directors elected were Wright,-Roy Singer, Dinty LAUDERDALE LODGE TO INSTALL OFFICERS The installation of officers for the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith lodge will take place Sunday evening at the Sheldon hotel at 8:30 p. m. Officers of Sholem Lodge, Miami, will be present toassist in the ceremonies. Dennis, Roscoe Brunstetter, Albert W. Simpson, Jack Kofoed, Dr. H. E. Van Riper. Re-elected directors were Louie Bandel, Robert Booth, Cleary, Clyde Epperson, Byron Freeland, Norton R. Ganger, Judge George E. Holt, William Imand, N. P. Lowrey, John McKie, Dr. E. Sterling Nichol, C. H. Reeder, Hoke Welch and Dr. Guy R. Stoddard. 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PAGE FOUR Jen 1st Her Mian The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2 1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 23, 1945 NISAN 9, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 12 ber who will be present on the occasion. Last week Bostonian George Alpert. district attorney and prominent national communal leader, addressed the gathering of the advance gifts division at a L-v.ik: e Clover Club. Dur::K remarks, he told the gathering of Federation workers that while 1945 is expected to be the year of victory, it will bring forth another phase of activity the Jewish people, in which they will be shouldered with additional burdens in assisting with the relief and rehabilitation of the liberated peoples. -Hitler -TIDBITS FROM EVERYW FRIDAY. MARCH Mudiy eonfldentui -By PHINEAS I. BIRONROOSEVELT UNCHANGED President Roosevelt is of the same mind with respect to Jewish Palestine as he was last October. Such is the import of a statement by President Roosevelt released through Dr. Wise.' The President in this statement said: "I made my position on Zionism clear in October. That position I have not changed and shall continue to seek to bring about its earliest realization." This statement means that President Roosevelt after all the water that has flown "over the dam" since the election proposes work for the establishment of a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth." This will be reassuring news to most Jews. The events that have occurred with regard to Palestine since the Presidential election have caused a general let-down in spirits among the Jews of the world. When both major political parties last July came out flatly for a Jewish Palestine, the hopes of Jewry with respect to Palestine rose to the highest point ever attained. It seemed at last that the dream of Theodore He:zl was finally to be made a living reality. But after election, the State Department blocked the passage of the Palestine resolution by a Congress which seemed eager of itself to pest it. Then came vague reports which seemed, to some, to indicate a lukewarmness on the part of the Administration toward Palestine. This was followed by the Cairo conferences of the President with Arab leaders, causing nf 0 '.V; MONTE SELIG Federation President resentment in some Jewish circles at his failure to confer with Jewish leaders. The President's last statement tends to be reassuring, but it may be taken for certain that those interests which are opposed to Jewish Palestine will continue to fight stubbornly. The whole Near East question is not only involved with Pan-Arabism, but, what is more, with oil. And these interests will not easily surrender. There can be no let up therefore in the Jewish fight. BIG UNDERTAKING IS NOW NEARLY READY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) men, Stanley M. Myers and Carl Weinkle, Advance Gift Division, cochairmen. David Phillips and Herbert E. Scher. Trades Division, co-chairmen, William Singer and Joseph Stein. has proven the fallacy of isolation." he stated, "and it is up to American Jewry to provide the iving assistance that this Israel' must have 'Remnant of to survive." Tinmercantile division, under the chairmanship of Nat Roth and Lazar Grossberg. held a dinner in Kaplan hall Thursday eyeing at which time all of the workers were given final instructions for the canvassing of that division. On Sunday afternoon, as another of the activities of the drive, a cocktail party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Di Lido island, for the doctors and dentists division of the Federation. BETH DAVID WOMEN SPONSOR SADURIM Division, co-chairmen. G rge Bertman and Milton Friedman: asst. chairmen, Harry rnblum and S. B. Miller. W< men's Division, co-chairMrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mi Stanley C. Myers. Speaker's Division, co-chairmen. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth David sisterhood will Flying Squad. Abe Kurman, < sponsor traditional Sadurim the chairman: Leonard Abess, Ben-j first and second evenings of jamin Bronston, M J. Kopelo-1 Passover, Wednesday, March 28, witz, Benjamin Meyers, Max and Thursday, March 29. Those Orovitz and Morton Russack. i desiring reservations are asked Arrangements Division, Mrs. ,0 cal1 lhe office, 2-1473, as early Mur.te Sc'.ig, chairman. as J?s sible A capacity is limited Office Volunteers, Mrs. Nat L. t0 20 Through the cooperation of the Jewish Welfare Board, the organization will be hosts to 75 men in the armed forces at the second Sader service. Williams, chairman. Sixty-three local, national, and verseas agencies will participate in the 5305.000 1945 budget set Federati n as the minimum amount necessary to rr.eet the groups. All of the aivisj :.have been meeting to rgamze and s '....their groups. The campaign this year has • tressed by a grcup of %  %  "• :: %  leaders : : w :. Jewry l ing R :.' : ~ w A:.:, v Si er, George Alpert and WONDAY, MARCH 26: -halat A • :. in [ewlsh Congress, Calendar of Jewish Events FRIDAY. MARCH 2J: Jewish Congress, WornSL-.DA'Y/MA'RCH^"' %  %  icob Religious School, Model P*. % %  ''•• •" •> Town "Y" B*ch v Army-Navy %  %  •' r eference. I f the '•••" mil nl fficials in the vcrnmental set-up will fficial affair .". the campaign at Womilar meeting; Business and nal Division. Hadassah. ••• •• ling, Beach "Y" > r, ',. : R H %  ? % %  Committee, Snack _. Beach i li> a m TUESDAY. MARCH 27: • 1 Couni il of Jewish Women ISfi! 1 Y "' • m. GEORGE CHERTKOF Chairman of Drive pending completion of necessary details to handle the large numThird Seder Banquet by Beth Jamh Congregation and BUterhoia YOU SHOULD KNOW The anti-Yaltaists of this country, leading fiqure whom are the two anti-Semitic Congressmen, will %  rW?*' next two weeks initiate an intensive campaign aqainli^J?' tary of the Treasury Morgenthau, Supreme Court Justic F furter and Judge Samuel Rosenman, to focus attention c | they call "Jewish influence on the peace formula" D "n" campaign will be opened with systematic filthy mil "* in the press Joseph P. Kamp's book "iWuCEJS Gestapo," now in preparation, will set a new high in hak poison spreading Among Kamp's collaborators is n ?J the former editors of the Tablet, that anti-Semitic shoot L Brooklyn diocese ... The World Trade Union leaders who now blueprinting a permanent international labor oma^ tion will include in their program an international aajLT'. to outlaw anti-Semitism in every member country of the U M Nations. %  %  ON WAR CRIMINALS Professor A. S. Yahuda writes in the Congress Weekly that of all the various classes among the German people the n2 abject cowards were the professors, educators, intellectuals and professional men, and that it was with their help that Hitler became the undisputed master of the German people Rj k, This should be remembered when the time for punishment of war criminals rolls around "Germany's War Crimes and Punishment," by M. H. Myerson, published by the Macmillan Company of Canada and out today, is regarded in government circles as the best book on this theme ... Our underground sources insist that Goering's long-anticipated coup against Hitler is due any edition now. THIS AND THAT Montreal has inaugurated its first Interracial Committee for Democratic Action Among the leading figures of this new group, which is pledged to fight anti-Semitism, are former Senator Bouchard, who recently exposed clerical Fascism in the Province of Quebec, Leslie Roberts, distinguished Canadian author, and Moses Brainin, president of the Jewish People'j Library The slogan is interfaith anti-Fascist action The World Education Service Council, headed by E. George Payne, is planning to send a commission of six to Europe .. Objed: to investigate the status of orphans of persecuted groups and to make arrangements for educational assistance to them. PALESTINE NEWS Just propaganda, and pure bunk, are the rumors about Palestine Arab leaders offering world Jewry 300,000 immigration certificates by way of final payment on the account of the Balfour Declaration, with the proviso that there be no Jewish State ... The Arabs of Palestine have no jurisdiction over Jewish immigration ... But the story may well be a trial balloon sent up by the British Colonial Office to get Zionist leaders to commit themselves to a formula that would nullify the Jewish State demands One of America's top watchmakers has been commissioned to select a very, very expensive gift fa King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia The donors are a group of American oil magnates "The Arabs and Palestine" is the name of a small booklet by Albert Einstein and Eric Kahlei just published by the American Palestine Committee, of which Senator Robert F. Wagner is chairman The booklet is of enlightening interest The re-launching of the Jewish State Party in New York last week failed to create a sensation ., It also failed to attract a crowd. ABOUT PEOPLE Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who will be in America at the time of the United Nations conference at San Francisco, will not attend the conference unless he is officially invited ft* Weizmann will send a message to Rabbi A. H. Silver on the occasion of the testimonial dinner being tendered to Dr. Silver in New. York this month Weizmann has hopes that a formula for a united Zionist front will be worked out before his arrival in America Hollywood-bound with a new screen biography tucked in his brief-case is Irv Kupcinet, who used to be sports columnist of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate -Good luck, Irv ... If you want to meet Hollywood celebrites these days, go visit the James Vigeveno Galleries in the movie capital, now showing 5 canvases of Max Band ... The painting that attracts the most attention is one called "Remember Us ... It depicts two Jewish children staring tragically into the infinite Congratulations to Palestine's painter Elias Newman on his marriage to Lillian Judith Tesser of Miami, Fla. • Edward K. Barsky, national chairman of the Joint Anti-Fa** Hefugee Committee, has a hospital named after him • I| Mexico City, and cares for anti-Franco Spaniards who have found refuge there ... Back in 1936 he was one of the founded Of the Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy, which operated front.lme hospitals for the Loyalists during, the Span* 1 civil war." Alamac Hotel Dining Room 13TH ST. AND COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Now Operating Under Hotel Management Serving the Best Jewish Cuisine All Pastry Home Baked On Premises MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER PHONE 5-2951



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*IDAY, MARCH 23, 1945 *lewisbnrki**n PAGE FIVE BECOME A BLOOD I • NOR Join the Honor Roll "We Gave MARY ABRAMOVITZ LEONARD ABESS BENJAMIN ABRAHMS EMANUEL ABRAHAMS FANNY ABRAHAMS HYMAN ABRAHAM SYLVIA ABRACHAMS MILTON ABRAMSON MARY ABRAMOVITZ ELKIN ADELSON MILTON ADELSON MILTON ADLER CARRYE S. ADLER R. R. ADLER TONY AGNELLINO MARY ALLEN FRANCESCO ABERGO, JR. H. L. ALBRITTON MADLYN ALDRICH MARY ALLEN // Learn the Joy of Serving HEED THE NEED — GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE" i i BLOOD BANK DEPOSITORIES: MIAMI BEACH BLOOD BANK STATION Located in Morris Brothers' Department Store 1261 Washington Avenue Tuesdays-Thursdays. 9-12 Noon The Miami Beach Blood Bank Receiving Station Is Sponsored by B'nai B'rith and Woman's Auxiliary %  FLORIDA POWER BLOOD BANK STATION Ingraham Bldg. Daily 9 to 1:30 P. M.—Excepting Saturdays JACKSON MEMORIAL BLOOD BANK Daily 8:30 A. M. to 2 P. M. -Excepting Saturday! Thursdays 5-7 P. M. — Sundays 9 to 11 A. M. SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. CAUTION: Do not eat for four hours prior ro giving blood. • This Appeal Made Possible Through The Co-Operation of: S. I. HALPERN. REALTOR 1657 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CONTINENTAL COFFEE CO. 1144 N. E. 2nd Ave. NATIONAL PACKAGE STORE 744 5th St., Miami Beach CARLYLE HOTEL 1250 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach ORLIN'S MEN'S SHOP 105 N. E. 1st Ave. WOLFF & FEUER 41 N. E. 1st Ave. M. L. FRIEDMAN. REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach DERBY BAR & PACKAGE STORE 915 Washington Ave., Miami Beach RIZZO GROVES, INC. 2143 N. W. 1st Ave. MAX GOODMAN CO. 1305 Washington Ave., Miami Beach GEORGE J. BERTMAN, REALTOR 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach CITY LAUNDRY. INC. 2138-2160 N. W. First Ct TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS DuPont Bldg. 205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach BLUE RIBBON LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th Court, Miami VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 25th St., Miami Beach MR. FRANK LOJACONO, MGR. Liggett's Drug Store 1100 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach EVERGLADES LAUNDRY, INC. 2120 N. W. 1st Ave., Miami McEWEN'S HELPY SELFY LAUNDRY, INC. 2219 N. W. 1st Ave., Miami LA MONT CLEANING & LAUNDRY PLANT 1111 5th St, Miami Beach LYON ELECTRIC CO. 221 7th St., Miami Beach i u



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PAGE SIX ASK FRENCH YOUTH TO GO TO PALESTINE Paris (JTA)—An appeal to Zionist youth in France to emigrate to Palestine was voiced hereby David Sealtiel. Jewish Agency representative in France, addressing a meeting of the Movement of Zionist Youth. Other speakers included Leon Meiss, president of the Representative Council of the Jews of France, who stressed the solidarity between French Zionists and all French Jews, and a Rabbi Cappel who reviewed the underground activities of the young Zionists during the occupation. DISAGREE WITH COLONIALSECRETARY London (JTA> Thirty-three I members of the Anglo-Jewish Association here announced that they have sent a memorandum to the Colonial Secretary expressing their disagreement with the memorandum submitted in January %  by the Association, which, they charge, ignores the principal issues concerning the future of Palestine. The Association, while supporting unrestricted immigration into Palestine, retiv from demanding creation of a I Jewish stale. BUDAPEST HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT Dinner from 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. Daily Sunday AM D.iy Home Cooking and Biking PASSOVER WEEK OBSERVED Private Dining Room for Large and Small Parties 451 Collins Ave.. near 5tn St.. M. B. K. Charles. Supervisor Kitchen and Dining Room Meals $3 During First Two Nights $32 for Full Week 9-Jewistncrktian ^ Z. O. A. PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT^M. B. Dr Isral Goldstein, president of the Zionist Organization o America, and one of the foremost Jewish leaders in America wUI be guest speaker at the donor dinner given by the Miami Beach, Zionist District al the \ ictor hotel on Wednesday, April 11. The dinner is connected with the raising of funds to support the national expansion tund in addition to local activities. Dr Goldstein is making his first trii t<> Miami Beach as a result I the interest he has taken in the remarkable expansion pi tiie Zionist movement here. In two years the local chapter has grown to some 1,100 members, making it one of the largest Zioni in the United States. I )r gregation B'nai Jeshurun, the Idesl .h ish congregaNew Yoik. now m its FRIDAY, MARCH' BEACH JEWISH CENTER IN LAST EVE. SERVICES The Miami Beach Jewish Center will conclude its series of Friday evening late services for the season this Friday evening, with special services at the Center with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, in charge. Formal installation ceremonies for the newly-elected officers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center GENERAL ACCIDENT ASSURANCE CORPORATION ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF Ackerman Insurance Agency, Inc. AS Accident and Health Department Representatives In The Greater Miami Area Ackerman Insurance Agency, Inc.. has served Metropolitan Miami for more than a generation and are privileged to announce that they have established an ACCIDENT and HEALTH DEPARTMENT And Have Appointed As Manager MR. ALFRED SANDLER who has had many years experience in this specialized field. With District Ms %  for \ klent and Health Departm. ( the General A enl Pin Lift \.-i nee < 'orporan R iltlon I %  %  plete Insui ai • %  service udlng A ill Hi 11 tal Expei set proti tl i IndivlT g For Insurance aervlci ni til oi see ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 1002 SEYBOLD BLDG.. MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 2-3151 ~ „_..-.„_, / Automatic Gas Storage Heater XlERE'S the most revolutionary water •nJirw T0U> S • !" nl For ">• new SMITHway Permag/as Water Heater is actually lined with olaii ... to bring v ou plenty of hot water as clean and pure a your water supply. II you heat water for cooking purposes in a teakettle because you question the cleanUness ot your heating system, find out how the new Permaglas Water Heater saves time. work, and worry. Fused to the tank U special SMITHway glass mirrorsmooth yet Hexib/e enough to expand or contract without chipping, cracking or erasing. No metal to rust or corrode! Come in soon to' see this amazingly different kind o! water heater that provides clean net water at surprisingly low cost BUDGET PRICES! EASY TERMSI PEOPLES will take place during the services. Rabbi Lehrman will charge tiie officers and install the group. An installation banquet in honor of the newly-elected officers will be held at the Center Monday evening, April 2. Committee in charge of this affair is composed of Harry Bodenstein, chairman, Nat H. Hankoff, co-chairman, Henry'B. Ungerleider and Harry Lcvine. 118th year. He is also co-chair%  man of the Interim Committee' of American Jewish Conference, president. Jewish Conciliation Board ot" America; co-chairman of United Palestine Appeal. Among the boards of which he is a member are army and navy committee of Jewish Welfare I Board, board of trustees. National Conference of Christians and Jews, Boy Scouts Jewish Advisory Committee, Girl Scouts Jewish Advisoiy Committee, American Zionist emergency council. The dinner on April 11 is an invitational affair, but those interested can obtain details by 1 communicating with Mathew SUtein, 1568 Meridian Ave., or telephone 58-1070. Twi Ive-year-old Diana Steiner, violin soloist for the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and stu: Efrem Zunbahst, plus an excellent orchestra for dancing. will entertain the gri up during %  vening, Co-chairmen of the affair arc Alex Van Stratten, William Shayne, Louis Miller. Matthew Silverstein and John Gi JUDGE ROSENBLATT TO BE GUEST SPEAKER A regular meeting sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist District will be held at 8:30 Monday evening, March 26, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Guest speaker will be Judge Bernard Rosenblatt, prominent figure in the national Zionist movement and vice president of the Zionist emergency council. Bronislaw Huberman, famed organizer and conductor of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra who is appearing here in a violin concert, will be guest of honor. A musical program and refreshments will follow the program. Chairman of the evening will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Hollywood Miami Beach COMPANY Ft. Lauderdale SERVICES IN MEMORY OF RABBI ISAAC WISE S bath services on March 2324 will be dedicated to the memory of Isaac M. Wise in a large number of synagogues throughout the country. In Isaac M. Wise wiio was born on March 29. 1819 in Bohemia and who died, in innati, on March* 26, 1900, erican Jewry remembers the i ...'..aiding pioneer of religious %  ism and one of its greatest organizers, Though born and educated in Europe, progressive Dr. Wise was not long content to remain in a country where he was no prospect of improvement. He decided to go to the new "Land of Promise," America. Soon after his arrival. in 1846. he voiced his dream of a Union for American Jews. In %  1873, as Rabbi of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Cincinnati I Ohio, Dr. Wise finally saw the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, parent body of Liberal Judaism in America, established. Hebrew Union College, | first American Jewish theological I seminary, was founded in 1875 under the auspices of this Union, and Dr. Wise became president !pf the institution. In 1889, he i brought the Central Conference of American Rabbis into being Rabbi Saul Appelbaum, of Temple Israel, will dedicate his sermon at late Friday evening services to the occasion. His topic Wl1 ** "^ac Mayer WiseDeeds And Words." Buy War Bonds and Stamps. Aid the Red Cross to your utmost capacity. HOTEL NETHE RLAND DINING ROOM 1330 OCEAN DRIVE (Near 14th St.) OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BRUNCH — DINNER Make Reservations Now for tha Passover Holidays RITTER and PLOTKIN. Props. Open All Year Phone 5-4791 1EAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5*75 140 N. E. 1st Ave., Ph. 2-5151 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. 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A P. 1942. hu filed same In my office, itid has nua application for a tax deed to be Im4 thereon. Said Certificate embraces tit follo-#lnit described property In th County of Dude. State of Florida, te wit: lA)ts 35 to 40 Inr Rlork C. Palford Highlands. S.-,-.,ii ( | Addition. Pat Hook S. Pace 103. In the Town ol North Miami. Countv of Pade. SUM of Florida. The assessment of said propertj under the said rertlflcste was In Is) name of: 0. R. Crump I'nless s;,lel certificate shall bendeemed according to law. the prorertv described therein will he soldi* the hlphesf bidder tit the Court Hout door on the first Motulav In the mi of April. 194:.. which Is the W W of A|>-'I. 194.'. K. B. LKATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court P County. Florida 'Circuit Court Seal, Bv I.. If. JOHNSON, DC. 3/2-9-HI-23 NOTICE IS HEREHV tilVEX tW the iindersiKneil Is nsafed ln "' ness under the fictitious name PAUL'S HAR A HKSTM'R-^-V %  31"i-320 23rd Street. 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)AY. MARCH 23. 1945 A-wisli ficricilajn PAGE SEVEN iTFH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Man in Service m n SERVICE Cpl. living Geringer, son of irs. Samuel Geringer, 4397 N. lichigan Avc., Miami Beach, is ;re on a 15-day furlough after j monl'ns of service in the South lacific. Burnett Roth has just been %  omotcd to master sergeant, it .as learned here this week. A brmer Miamian he is stationed Camp Blanding. Gladys Goldstein, a yeoman in he Waves, is spending a week's Save here with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Esser Goldstein, 150 'efferson Ave., Miami Beach, bebre returning to her post with he Bureau of Communications in Vashimiton, D. C. She has been service about two years. Mrs. Gisella Newlander relived word Wednesday morning lat her son, Leon G. Newlander, ad just arrived in the United Itates alter many months of servin the European theater of far. bad Flight Officer Kenneth Mark t !yerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Meyer-nn. ti22 15th St., Miami Beach, has returned to Carlsbad, N. M„ for advanced specialized light training after spending a "ve at home. STANLEY HAYMAN WRITES HIS FATHER How poignant a religious experience the man in the fox-hole undergoes is well illustrated by a letter Cantor Louis Hayman, 205 Collins Ave., received from his son, Pfc. Stanley, recently, parts of which are reprinted below. "One thing I learned over here, and that's how to pray to God. It's one thing to go to the synagogue and pray a few times a week from habit, but if you ever want to learn how to pray, you have to stay in a hole for awhile and hold out under a few barrages. You just put your face in the dirt, grit your teeth, and hope and pray. You really pray from the heart, and beg God to let you come through okay. Then, when its all over, to sit down and think and wonder if God heard your cries, and answered your prayers. Just because a man stands up and opens a book and reads out of it doesn't mean he's praying. He's just reading and following a certain routine that he has learned to do since he was young. He really doesn't know what praying is." MIAMI SERVICEMEN MEET IN HOUSTON The Houston, Texas, Jewish Community Center, where local USO-JWB activities are held, served as the locale on Saturday evening, March 10, for a reunion of three Miami servicemen who had not seen one another 4or some time. Each had known the other for years back home, but were unaware of their whereabouts since going into Uncle Sam's military services. "For them, we wish to convey through the medium of your paper, kindest greetings to their; families and friends in Miami, writes Maurice Krinsky, director of the Center. "The boys, all of whom look and obviously feel fine, are Pfc. Elmer Spector, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam SDector, 2155 S. W. 5th St., and Pfc. Murray Dacks, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks, 731 N. W. 28th St., with both being stationed at Houston's Memorial Park Military Police Battalion. Neither had known each was in the same military unit until they had met at the Center. "Imagine the surprise of the aforementioned fellows when liter that night, Irving Pont S 1/c son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, of 2611 S. W. 5th St., happened upon Spector and Dacks, his old friends. Pont, on a Navy L. S. T. boat, temporarily in Houston's docks, had learned of the USOJWB party and came to it. Needless to say, he not only reveled in seeing his hometown associates, but also Miami was a subject of much discussion between all of them until the wee hours of the night," the director wrote. JEWISH WOMEN HAVE NEW SORORITY A new sorority composed exclusively of Jewish women students has been organized at Florida Southern college at Lakeland. It is called the Phi Beta Gamma. Bernice Panetz, Miami, was elected president; Charlotte Meyers, Plainfield, N. J., vice president; Elaine Bernstein, Merrick, L. I., secretary; Sylvia Shochet, Baltimore, Md., scribe; Shirley Firestone, Wantagh, L. I., treasurer. The new sorority will take a leading part in campus discussions and study of world affairs. A number of the faculty, representatives from other sororities, and students interested in international topics will be invited to discussion. RECOMMEND ZIONIST GROUPS IN U. S. UNITE New York (JTA)—A recommendation that all Zionist groups in the United States unite in a Zionist Federation of America and function through one central authority was made here at a public meeting sponsored by the Jewish State Party at the Hotel McAlpin. It was announced at the meeting that the Jewish State Party is convoking a national conference in New York, on April 15, to achieve this purpose. Speakers included Meir Grossman, Dr. Julius Brutzkus, Dr. S. Soskin and Leo Wolfson. A. I. C. TO HOLD REGULAR MEE TING Regular monthly meeting of Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will be held Monday, March 26th in the Miami Beach "Y" at 2 p. m. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, who will discuss a Passover theme, "We Were Strangers, Therefore ." Business on the agenda will concern the appointment of a nominating committee, olans for the Division's April 2 concert, and summer projects of the organization. A social and musical hour will follow the business session. RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE WILL RAI SE $ 1,000.000 New York (JTA)—The Jewish Institute of Religion will seek to raise $1,000,000 during 1945 as part of its permanent endowment. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, its founding president, announced in an address at the Founders Day dinner held in his honor at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel. It was attended by 600 guests, including alumni, representatives of their congregations and friends of the Institute. NAZIS WARN WILL KILL ALL JEWS Geneva (JTA)—The Nazi Government, through its news agency DNB, has issued a warning that all Jews now in German hands, as well as Jewish war prisoners who may be captured, will be killed in reprisal for the reported plan to send Germans to Russia as laborers to rebuild the areas devasted by the German Army. HEBREW UNIVERSITY TO TRAIN SERVANTS London (JTA)—The Hebrew University is planning the establishment of a School of Administration to train civil servants, it was disclosed here by Prof. Leon Roth, rector of the university addressing a meeting in his honor attended by prominent Jewish and non-Jewish scientists and scholars. Prof. Roth said that the medical school of the university, whose establishment is being financed by the Hadassah and the American Friends of the Hebrew University, should be ready to begin training physicians within two years. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. DENY REFUSAL OF SCHOLAR SHIP TO JEW Boston (JTA)—The charge that Harvard University refused a scholarship to a young chemistry student because he was Jewish was denied here by a spokesman of the university. The charge was made by Prof. Albert Sprague Coolidge, a member of the university's chemistry department, testifying before a legislative committee studying proposals to bar racial and religious discrimination in Massachusetts. WERNA WILL BE OFFERED FOR RELIEF Stockholm (JTA)—The Swedish press reports that the Swedish ship "Werna" will be offered to American Jewish relief organizations to transport Jewish children from France to Palestine. ZIONIST LEADERSHIP SHOULD BE RE ADY Tel Aviv (JTA)—Zionist leadership should be ready for both a favorable and an unfavorable solution of the Palestine problem, David Ben-Gurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency wifrned, addressing a meeting of the central committee of the Palestine Jewish Labor Party prior to his departure for London. ASSS!* J? men >' the Nary la Joat M important a function of tfce American Red Cmmmm .. 531-7 .'"j!....-. tX thn.* men and women "> men or the Nary ia Joat aa Important a mam • %  **— T.K ,v n Red Cr •• aid and aaaiaUnce to thoee men and women bolue "• to Ike men wko tfht *• 0* MM. LANDO'SUN DAIRIES BRINGS YOU PASSOVER MILK nos^n^D 11 Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. 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UDAY. MARCH 23, 1945 *Jenistifk)rictiar? PAGE NINE face Fact:' George J. TalUnott Executive Director A.D.I-. Th e people of the State of New hrork took a dec.siye step toward UtinK into practical legal apOg broad principles of K can Democracy when Governor Thomas E. Dewey signed K e "ivw-Quinn bill last week, ror tV' first time in the history Ef any state, workable machinery E.s established for outlawing Escrimination in employment r A five man commission has Leen created charged with fightfc racial and religious discrimination in employment as the King nun in a long-range Ecr program aimed against til Itvoes of discriminations To Kcpare the way for the goal to Crhieved. the commission begins immediately to administer educational anti-discrimination programs all over the state. In uruing the passage of the bi ll Justice Meier Steinbrink, Biairman of the board of directors of the eastern regional %  office of the Anti-Defamation RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. B-7301 BMt car* for chronic lick, convalaacent and elderly people SANEU BEER. M. O., Director Reatonabla Price* ^B^Larqa Baautfful Qroundi^^ must have VITAMINS Of course everybody lets SOME Vitamins. Jurveys show that millions of people do not get ENOUGH. A pleasant, convenient economical way to be %, ^m sure that you and your ••> ^fc. ami 'y do not lack essenIVgjbl pal B Complex Vitamin W*J rr take ONE-A-DAY brand IIW Vl amln B Complex tablets. Wll r'nsuflicient supply of B \\J Complex Vitamins causes InH T digestion. Constipation, Ncrvk # t ", sness .Slceplessness,Cranlcincss, Lack of AppeUte. There are o her causes for these conditions, but why not (niard against this one cause IvTtam nV ONE-A-DAY brand Vitamin li Complex Tablet every day? '"JP orta "' ~ Get your money's I and lp r i c i ; lwa yscompare potencies 0NETA|DA aanBi I WANT MY MILK And B. BUM Ifa FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED VitamLa "D" Milk "MUk Producto" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VJlt Oiw Favm t "00 K. W. 32nd StlMt League, wrote Governor Dewey, ". The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith urges the passage of the 'Ives-Quinn Bill' as a legislative instrumentality for the enactment of democratic principles into law. Discrimination against individuals, because of race, creed, color or national origin, violates such democratic principles. Men and women in the Armed Forces of this nation, who represent every race, creed, color and national origin, are placing their lives and well-being on the altar of sacrifice in behalf of the democratic way of life. When they return to civilian occupations, they must be guaranteed, through law, the principles for which they fight." Recognizing the historic significance of the statute, Governor Dewey held a public ceremony utilizing twenty-two pens in signing the measure, later presenting them to the champions of the legislation. The law, said Governor Dewey, "gives living reality to the great principles of our country ... It is a reaffirmation of the great principles by which we live It is far better that these evils receive open consideration and effective treatment than that they be suppressed to become the weapon of whispering malcontents." This is a constructive and progressive step. New York has set a precedent. Are the other states to follow suit? Will our Federal Government take legislative measures to reaffirm our democratic principles? Much hope can be derived from the fact that eight states already are considering bills similar to that passed by New York. While this is an encouraging sign, there are still thirty-nine states to be heard from,—as well as our own government in Washington. Review of "Legal Claims Against Germany" LEGAL CLAIMS AGAINST GERMANY: Compensation for Losses Resulting from AntiRacial Measures. By Siegfried Goldschmidt. With a Foreword by Morris R. Cohen. The Dryden Press, 1945. 213 pp. $3.00. The problem of repatriating Jews and other non-Aryans who have suffered personal injury or property damage resulting from Nazi discriminatory legislation and inhuman cruelty is a subject that attracts the interest of all those interested in the principle of justice and humanity for all peoples of the world regardless of race, color or creed. It is a question of international law that is complicated by legal questions beyond the understanding of the average layman. It is this problem which the late Dr. Siegfried Goldschmidt tackled in a serious and provocative study, "Legal Claims Against Germany," published by Dryden Press, under the auspices of the Research Institute on Peace and Postwar Problems of the American Jewish Committee. An exiled German attorney who was widely recognized as one of the. foremost scholars and practitioners in the field of international law. Dr. Goldschmidt, in a closely reasoned legal argument, states as his thesis that individuals have the right, under international law, to present their claim for injuries inflicted by sovereign states. He holds "that the violation of human rights and of the postulates of the law of nature is, and always was, an international delinquency, and that the right of resort to the proper court shall not be affected by the fact that the claimant is (or was) a subject of a delinquent state, or is now stateless, or was stateless at the time of the international wrong." This new concept, which brushes aside the thesis that individuals can sue a sovereign state only through a sovereign state, has already received the support of Jan Masaryk, former Foreign Minister of Czechoslavakia, and the eminent American legal philosopher, Dr. Morris Raphael Cohen, who has written the book's preface. Dr. Goldschmidts contentions may well be the subject of intensive argument and discussion among legal scientists, but it is quite evident that Dr. Goldschmidt, as Mr. Masaryk says, performs "a very useful service not only to the present-day victims, but also to the future organization of a better Europe by his scientific approach to a highly emotional problem. Keep on Buying War Bonds. PALESTINE SPEAKS! gj WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS AT HILLEL NEARLY READY Extensive arrangements are being completed at the University of Miami Hillel house for the first student Passover Seder to be held at the house, Thursday evening, March 29. The attendance due to limited facilities will be restricted to 250 including students and their families, military personnel, and some of the university officials, and officers of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge. A full course Kosher dinner is being prepared by a caterer and will be served at much less than cost to students, and gratis to service men who have made reservations. A few service men can still procure tickets by phoning Hillel house. The expenses for the Passover Seder will be subsidized by B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge, while table decorations will be arranged by the B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxuliary of which Mrs. Clara Landau is chairman. The kitchen of Hillel house was recently furnished with necessary equipment by the B'nai B'rith Advisory Council of which Louis Heiman is chairman. Skull caps, wine and Mazoth for the Seder are being given by the National Jewish Welfare Board. N. C. IEWISH WOMEN TO HAVE SPEA KER The Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will present Mrs. Rose Maurer through the auspices of the Greater Miami Council of AmericanSoviet Friendship, on Friday, April 6, at 3 p. m. at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Maurer will be introduced by Mrs. Ramona Sawyer Barth at the Forum to be held in conjunction with the regular April meeting which will begin at 2 p. m. The Forum program will immediatelv follow the business meeting and admission is 50c per person. Mrs. Maurer was born in New York and spent two years in the Soviet Union after receiving her M.A. at Columbia University. She taught a course on Soviet Social Institute at the Sarah Lawrence College, and has written "Soviet Children and Their Care," "Soviet Health Care in Peace 3nd War," and numerous articles on sociololgical and political developments in the Soviet Union. A. I. C. TO PRESENT NOTED VIOLINIST The violin concert featuring the famed Bronislaw Huberman to be presented here April 2 under the auspices of the Women s Division, American Jewish Congress, jointly with Miss Ruth Brotman, promises to attract leading music lovers of the community. Included on the list of patrons is Mrs. Arnold Volpe, Miss Bertha Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Jori Belov, Mr and Mrs Henry Gregor, J. S. Fraser. Dr. and Mrs Max Kirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Rezek, Dr. Adelc Hampton, Miss E. Kaplan Mrs. M. Weiss and Mrs. S. H. Elitzer Chairman of the affair, which will be held at White Temple starting at 8:30 p. m., is Mrs. Fmanuel Bask.nd. Assisting her wUl be Mrs. Martha Maurer and Mrs Ida Silberlicht. Hubenrian is organizer and now Concerto in B minor by Mendelssohn WHEEL ALIGNING WHEEL BALANCING MOTOR TUNE-UP MONAHAN'S 2160 S. W. 8th St Ph.3-8266 RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS Bronislaw Huberman INTERNATIONALLY FAMED VIOLINIST DIRECTOR OF PALESTINE ORCHESTRA "Acclaimed by Toscannini and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, as one of the greatest living violinists" SPONSORED BY American Jewish Congress Monday, April 2—8:30 P.M. WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM 320 N. E. 2nd AVE. TICKETS ON SALE MARCH 10th $1.50. $2.00, $2.50 PLUS TAX Miami: Burdine's. Red Cross Drug Store (Kodak Dept.). Miami Beach: Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks-Fifth Ave.. Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach Radio Co., Eddie's News & Stuff. 41st St., Morris Bros., Miami Beach Hardware, 539 Washington Ave. Headquarters Dr. A. Hampton, 717 Langford Bldg. Telephone 90-2358 ENIOY A FRAYLICHEN PESACH IN A TRADITIONAL ATMOSPHERE AT THE London Arms Hotel REV. JACOB LEVIN OF DETROIT WILL CONDUCT SADER SERVICES DINING ROOM NOW OPEN DAILY TO PUBLIC Make Reservations Now For Passover B. H. LONDON. Manager PHONE 5-1264 727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Conservative Lending" has meant safety and security for home owners and investors. For over a decade'Dade Federal has been a leading financial institution of Greater Miami. It has placed millions of dollars in first mortgages and enjoys the confidence of home owners and investors because of its sound judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt service and low interest rates. Dade Federal invites you to consult with them concerning your financial and home mortgage problems. RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000 DADE FEDERAL OF MIAMI 45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE JOSEPH M. LIPTON ... PRESIDENT % %  > %  i' Keen on Buying War Bonds I Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. I *** Stamps.



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I PAGE TEN 9-Jewlstfhrldlar^ FRIDAY, MARCH 23,] HOLLYWOOD NEWS B|gOT£W fflK^&E The Passover Festival will be ushered in this commp week Synagogues of the Greater Miami area are spomonng chi; dren's Passover Sedarirn — XtUBSR ss^*&=£c::! ; of Liberation. present a m> .. Rotary Club on Sui rang. Restaurant and hote i s caterThe program willi include ai series March 18. During the evening, K",,^ n n lb „c for -the special of tableaus. an origmal skit, and several cartons of cigar He* ^ ^ ,^\^\% T J'%^ny a holiday quiz program. Parents home-baked cake-and gall on • -_;•<•< "*"* are welcome. !hf m^mK^^auSoS T£ £ men in the, area are Btfe David> will ta The L.,sAudit, em 8 &££*,££& K£ Edibles 3 prepared by Jewish Community Center of and afforded no SP" !" ^ !" risterhood. Mrs. Jack August. Holly SSffl^K fS*SS£ psident. invites all parents and SS? 'v•'"\ >•'••• with Rita with the Great,: Miami Army • H iv',i on T lay rgar ^ Mand Saturdaj evenings, March "• !" 2:' 30 and 31. Th< rej i adi isseryicemens beaarim. 1. TickDue to wai i iditions, only a I-, %  clubted suppjy pi Kosher, Pass: • Morse Area 1< H Boul< vard n '•' %  lay evenings, or by ". ning Holly' wood 489-J. ovei n I ible. OUR ERROR— WE'RE SORRY Keep or. B. :...:'_ War Bonds and Stamps. ANHEUSER-BUSCH Budweisei TRA3C M*RK *&+ %  U. *. PAT. OfT. EVERYWHERE D^:r.cu:ei by NATIONAL BRANDS In an item in the Jewish Flori...-• week depicting the ties given for the i men in the area under :' the Jew ish Wi I:..:\ Boai an i rror app> i M Bi a< Jewish Center i I 253 servicemen and %  Sunday. F< %  % %  ruary 27. at a supper .-: :.: II y th< S H • A danci follow ed. friends. The children of the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah and Sunday Miami Jewish Orx Congregation will conduct their annual children s Seder in the traditional orth manner al l" a. m. at the Talmud Torah. Parents, and friends are I iwing the service, the Ladies' Auxiliary will be hosts to the children at a luncheon. Beth Sholom and Temple Israel relig ools will each Si ler at 10:30 and the children of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will their model Seder at 10 o'clock. DR. KAPLAN TO SPEAK AT FT. LAUDERDALE ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2.6141 Pearl Bros. NOTED LECTURER AT SPINOZA FORUM Mrs. Sarah Stem, of New York, noted lecturer for the Ivris, will be gu iker at the Spinoza Forum ng, which will convene under a canopv on the lawn u : IAJL h ?S2 r life A^ bra M 1 A good buy Is a War Bond. Buy at 3 p. m. Her topic will be | **' uu Ior C%Cry wm "That Man Heine." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Miami Beach, will be guest speaker at regular services at Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, Friday evening. Celebrating Isaac Mayer Wise Memorial Sabbath, thi rabbi will speak on "Reminiscences of My Teacher." Buy Mi re War Bonds. ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributor Auxiliary of Home for Aged Has Fine Meeting The newly-organized Women's Auxiliary' of the Jewish Home for the Aged held a meeting attended by more than 150 Monday afternoon at the home, at which time officers of the organization were chosen for the coming year. Mrs, Joe C. Zalis was unanimously selected president. Chosen to serve with her were: Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, first vice president; Mrs. J. C. Gould, second vice president; Mrs. M. Greenberg, third vice president; Mrs. Bitter, fourth vice president; Mrs. L. Wolk, fifth vice president; and Mrs. Nathan, sixth vice prcsient. ; recording secretary is Mrs. J. Chavitz; corresponding secretary, Mrs. S. B. Miller; financial secretary, Mrs. I. Orlansky; treasurer, Mrs. H. Dansiger; auditor, Mrs. B. Levine; and serjeant-at-arms, Mrs. B. Kandel. Board members for one year are Mesdames A. B. Meyers, A. M. Bear, L. Brown, Plotkin, M. Dubler, P. Raidman, P. Half, Ida Abbott, and M. Kuperstein. For two years: Mesdames B. Appel. F. Land. A. Darsky O. G. Mills, J. Socoloff, F. Burney, R. Weiss, R. Hurtz, E. Gluck. For three years: Mescian.es Alfred B. Rosenstcin, D. Broad, E. Kothlein, L. Pallot, M. Cohn, S. Weintraub, Mason, E. Bergman, E. Langler. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who was chosen honorary life president. She outlined the plans of the organization and was followed by Alfred B. Rosenstcin, president of the Home, who addressed the women. Following her election, Mrs. Joe Zalis discussed her plans for the Home. She was followed by officers of local women's organizations who brought greetings to the gathering. The Home is sponsoring two Sedarim on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, to which the public is invited. Julius Rosenstein, well-known cantor, will officiate at both services. Reservations are now being accepted at the home 335 S. W. 12th Ave., by Sam Aronstein and his committee, composed of Joseph Chavitz, Max Greenberg, and Joe Zalis. The Rabbinical Assori,. Greater Miami wfll22* bi Leon Kronishu S l H this Sunday at 12:30T^* station WKAT. ov For real HOLIDAY Enjoyment use Made From Fresh Oranges Washington Painting Co. BEN DICKERMAN Decorating — Contracting Exterior Painting — Waterproofing 601 S. W. 18th Ave. Phone 9-3308 ESTIMATE FREE EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 life Iniurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 When You Think of Raal Eatatt Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS! 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)AY, MARCH 23, 1945 *JenlitIhriiur SID'S DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast. Luncheon. Dinner at Popular Pricaa Lunches prepared To Take Out Delicious Food, Efficient Service Pleasant Atmosphere, Let U Do Your Catering Sandwiches Wine Beer 1551 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 3-7639 ALLASHATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 12 Noon Until 10 P. M. THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI %  "Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans TONIGHT... lcds2)Utea£ MIAMI BEACH ,flCKSTM€ FULL COURSE TABLE D'HOTt and Chef a Specials— 5:30 to 9 Dinner Music BREAKFAST, 8 TO 11:00 WASHINGTON AVE. AT 8th ST. PHONE 68-1811 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M S undays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI, OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Washington At 10th St. NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Miami Beach DINING ROOM Strictly Kosher Meals ICO Reasonable Rates For Reservation Phone 58-2341 Mgt, S. Handel, M. Gelford and Fay Levlne of Spring Valley. N. Y. FLAMINGO KOSHER RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN Sandw.ches DE LUXE DINNERS Luncheon 743 Washington Ave.. M. B. Phone 58-2902 MAKE RESERVATION NOW FOR SEDAR SERVICES REVLIN^ T r i Collins Ave. at t L 13th St.. M. B. DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Reservations Suggested For Full Passover Week Deluxe Full Course Dinner Served from 5-8 P. M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED—PHONE 58-3668 SPEND YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at the LA FAYETTE HOTEL 944 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA KOSHER CUISINE The Nash family, owners of the .,.,, Nash Hotel, now operating the dining room — Phone a 11J/ COLLU1S atTUJeriTIETH Pappy's Restaurant AIR CONDITIONED Open 9 A. M. to 3 A. M. Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner Specializing in steaks and chops COLLINS AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH Cu8tc Horn-Made Seat Covers Convertible Tops One-Day Service uJMPTOP SHOP %  S. VV. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 FURS Stored — Repaired Ask About Yearly 6ervlce MIAMI FURRIERS Room AT" "IBS t-— Union of Russian Jews Seeks Relatives in U. S. The Union of Russian Jews, is in regular cable communication with the president of the Moscow Jewish community, for the purpose of tracing persons in the Soviet Union and helping to establish contact between relatives in the USA and in the Soviet Union. Among the messages received from Russia, a great number was intended for residents of the State of Florida, many of whom could not be reached in order to forward to them the messages they received, because of insufficient addresses given in the cables from the Soviet Union. Not yet located are: Malina (or Melinsky, Benny— message from E. Burman. Maletz, Abraham origin, came to this country from Grodno— message from R. P. Maletz. Matis, Jacob and David originally from Poland—message from Josef Matis. Nathanson, Boris, originally from the Ukraine—message from sister Sofia Nathanson. Osmanj a professor—message from Feiga Tartakovsky. Palei, Ada, who is a teacher of literature—message from cousin Nechama Tripperman. Pick, Isaac, message from his sister Chana Chebrak. Dr. Radin, origin, of Kaunas (Kovno)—message from Klara Rosengolz, widow of Faivel. Rapoport, Sam origin, of Minsk —message from his sister Pessia Rapoport. Schnittman, Niura originally from Odessa — from Rebecca Genelina. The above names are subject to change in their spelling, as they were taken from the Russian. Therefore the above spelling or any variation thereof may be possible. Those who wish more information as to the above, or wish to know how to establish contact with their relatives in Russia, should get in touch with the office of the Union of Russian Jews, 55 West 42nd St., New York 18, N. Y. COMMITTEE PREPARES FOR PASSOVER The Greater Miami Army & Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare Board is arranging elaborate Passover activities for service personnel in this area, Benjamin Lambert, area director, announced. They include Sedarim at the Miami Beach Community Center, Wednesday, March 28, and Thursday, March 29; at Temple Israel Wednesday, March 28; and at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami on Thursday, March 29. Local homes are preparing to house and feed as many servicemen as possible during the Passover week. Those desiring to act as hosts for servicemen in this area are asked to contact Mr. Lambert at the JWB office (9-1323). Passover meals will also be served at a Beach restaurant and a Passover brunch will be served Sunday morning at the Beach Y, with the B'nai B'rith ladies auxiliary as hosts. Servicemen seeking Passover hospitality must make reservations ahead, by contacting Mr Lambert or Chaplain Sol Kraft at the Cadillac hotel, as only those procuring tickets in advance will be admitted to the functions. Married personnel must obtain special tickets for their wives. HADASSAH TO HOLD REGULAR MEETING The Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting Monday, March 26, at the Beach YMt ft WHA 1 Lincoln Road, at b.M p m Guest speaker will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given J. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE S-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5106 MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTING PAPER HANOINO WATERPROOFING, PHONE 4-1920 PAGE ELEVEN SB= tom nldA g r DRINK PLENTY OF Water OEUVEnEO TO TOUR HOME a-GAllO* BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES 1 5e IPIUI Bottli Deposit> PHONE 2-4128 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. Nemo Hotel AMERICAN PLAN KOSHER CUISINE 116 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-3491 ONI BLOCK TO OCEAN MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 Belvedere Hotel Dining Room Euclid Avenue at 9th Street Miami Beach DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00 PHONE 5-1103 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. THUUTU. for REST CONVALESCENCf -njCHRONICCASES un-Ray Park Health Resort GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washinaton Ave. Phone 5-6617 • • • Catering For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservations in advance for Sabbath Meals MIAMI %  W.rLACUR • IO'"COUT fLOBID* .arf. 2*?< XxjGUST BROS Rv £ %  l rH. HFST.' LH VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Laws Strictly Observed MAX'S DELICATESSEN & T 1131 W. 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• I PAGE TWELVE *Jewisbncrid#ML MIAMI "Y" NEWS OBITUARIES A new group of young men and chairman of the constitution cornyoung women was organized by mittec. the Miami "Y" last week. The irst me !" ng of the group was 0 n Sunday evening, March 25 held aT the home of Mr. and Mrs.! the -y will conduct its, second W D Singer on Wednesday eve\ an nual teen age Sedar. All peining/March 14. The purposes of „, f2 to 18 are urged t<.attend this group were explained Dy Mr. Singer in his opening marks, when he stated, "For a long time the 'Y has felt a need office of calling together young men j and young women of the age groups represented at this gathering. While there are many affairs for Service Men in this area, there have been very fewprojects for civilians in which they can participate. With the returning Service Men coming in, the 'Y' felt that some preparations must be made to welcome these men into a group where they can be properly integrated. The age groups begin with girls 19 and young men with 21. Over 50 people attended the first meeting. This group is tentatively meeting on Monday nightat the "Y" until the permanent organization is formed. Marshall Simmons, recent graduate of the University of Miami and a veteran of World War II, is acting chairman. Miss Shirley Seithn is acting secretary. A program committee of which George Siege! is chairman submitted projects for the group. Teddy Sakowitz is Rabbi Simon April will be guest speaker. Reservations must De made immediately at the i AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROCER ASK FOR Kosher Products For Passover by Sunnybroo Creamery, Inc. 79 N. W. 20th St. Phone 9-1977 k In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami ServloM winouncyd through Ojjfttr Miami STbhtnio al Ass ociation are. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. Wednesday eve%  Palm Beach Notes MBS. MARY SCHREBN1CX RepreeentcrtiTe Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rosenwald, 817 Kanuga Dr. and Julian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryder. 1613 Florida Ave., became bar mitzvah at sen-ices Saturday morning at Beth El. Miss Mildred Zamore was tendered a birthday party recently by Miss Lillian Metz at the latter's home, 212 S. Sapidella St. A buffet supper was served to guests and a huge birthday cake was cut at midnight by the guestof-honor. Among those attending were Miss Eylvia Rotfeld, Miss Fave Canter. Miss Ethel Smith, Mrs. Ethel Canter. Cpl. and Mis. Sidnev Camm. Pfc. George Winchell.'Cpl. Jack Fox. Sgt. Phillip. James, Pvt. Martin Pine, Pfc. ge Livingstone, Spl. Nathan T kskhaner, Cpl. Lee nard Shore. and Sgt. Bondy Holcomb, and Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Metz. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick acted as chaperon. B'nai B'nth ;_ ts sei month v .:._ '•' %  night at Sher Mem I .. with dent Dave Katz in rg Jocelyn H. Lee U. S. Mi i Marine junior engineer, returned from extended sea duty, is here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lee, 306 Valencia Rd. Mr. Lee was entertained this week at the Casablanca by Capt. and Mrs. Samuel L. Messina. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conrv,t,ve. 761 4Ut St.. Mlsml *<*<* %  N I.. 1> Ml. Rab'b' Leon Kronish II -: eak on -The Festival % %  < the Satloi • Cantor Louis H.iym.m ll I..8.1 th( ... ....... K r the week \ .. bar niltsynh %  ill be usher, %  In ,. • Ices on and F MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Comerv.itive. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kabbalas SI ..-. %  red DJ %  e rv leva illation .,: .1 board R.ibbi Irving LeM'm.in s ibjvot will Cantor Emanuel B.i-k.m 'holr will i i; will v. I the ;an will • \i Emll • Mi and Mrs l. s..n < %  ; -.%  : .r. will become ... .,'. ,.. -i. s lidos • • %  • Inn .1: will hold The AZA-BBG %  .v held ftl '.' %  c s inda> Bchool VVedneS' : %  ;!%  >..'. :.:..! l-'i Ida} %  :• iivei ed by the %  The marriage of Ruth Greene. daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greene. 611 27th St., to Herman M. Holtsberg. of Key West, took place March 21 at temple Beth El. with Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiating. The former Miss Greene is a graduate of Palm Beach High school and Mr. Holtsberg graduated from the University of Florida. Tiie couple will make their home in Key West. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. AJ-FAR CREAMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM BE"OAVID CONGREGATION, ;.-<• %  at ve. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Is know h us "Shabboa rthe "Oreal Sabbath" pro— ver) Rabbi Max Shapiro ih. subject, "The I li''in Inn!" Passover will in' ushered in W>ili;"" evening services at 7 I' M Saturda> n ervlcciit ml !•. i .;. i.:.ill..n .f liar Muz I II irold. si i Mi II .1 Mi R.ibbi Moses Meschelolf the Bar Mitzvah b• %  Cantor Mamches will tin i t the -• \ N i Mlnnlonaire Servlci egatloi foi ren ol Rchm!i • i in. \ • (I. ual I 1 — vi III b. Ke ills SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring thr .Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro KB <> % % %  < duett and Ice Cream. ~ MILK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE Khoul Mi. w : %  fl' on Pi ver ritual md Hi • aie of Chan MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave I HI I',. in.ladies Auxiliary will be hosts Mlnchal and Sj-haos heudos at 6 30 p. „,. Pas, M. Wgtawda, V e„ ln g. n FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 L 1* the BEST! *LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. l<<*p tkeAn Ltt Ucnm MEDICINE CABINET S^lkaSeltier Wv**SSSSSSSSSSSsSSSMSya^Mfc C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. RHI. r %  te-4 | fc *.leliwj for ONEQDAY JOSEPH GARTNER raMDb Oartntr, 69. pawnbroker In v 'w'nk N J. 'h ,,me h, re two nn.nihsi.K.. an.l realded at 750 PennMlva.ua Ave., .11.-. Saturday nlftht In %  local hoapltal. "'• • survived by hiwidow, Mra, Panny Gartner and ,i" sons, Larry. William, Max Henry, Dave and Lorren, all In Newark, where the body was sent Monday by Hlvrslde Memorial Chapel for services and burial. MRS. IDA HIRSCH Un Ida Hlrach, Ts. who came from Chicago four years ago. died Monday it IStll N. W. Hist St. Survivors Include on, iiMnan. LoulsvtUe, Ky.. and five daufhtera. Mrs. Anna Koseniini and Mr Bessie Yutkin. l>oth of Miami, and Mrs. Adeline Welnberg, Mrs Mollle Brademan and Mrs. Pearl Mlschkitz. all of Chicago. Services were h.-Iil Monday In Qordon Funeral %  me, with burial In Mt. Sinai cemetery. BENJAMIN REISNER Benjamin Relanar, 62. 9416 Byron AM Miami [teach, died Monday In i hi.spilal lie came from Brooklyn seven yean ago, and was a lunch...ii.il..|-iaior iii Miami. Survivors i ml. his wife, Mrs. Anna Kelsner, M .inn I'., a.li. anil three sons. Maurii-e, \ V Joseph, Miami Beach, and Irving, ISA. Bervtcei were held r i, snay In Riverside Memorial chapel, with burial I" Mt. Nebo cemetery. HENRY SHAPIRO Henr) Shapiro, 6t, Ml Rspanola tt'av, .Miami Beach, died Monday in i hoapltal. He oame from New York City (!>• Mars BgO, and is survived l\ his wire, Mrs. Lena Shapiro; two daughters, Mrs. Bather Starkman and Mrs Elisabeth Bokat. and two sons, Harry ami Morde, all of Miami Beach. The body was scut to New York by Riverside Memorial chapel. INFANT KAPLAN infant Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Isadore Kaplan. 1034 Mlchlgan Ave., Miami Beach, died Monday In .1 hospital. Services were eolullli-tei! Monday In Riverside Memorial chapel. ami burial was in Mt. Nebo cemetery. INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922. Miami 11, Florid! Phone 9-2903 JMDAY.Mttf^j ^ -m mm itJTOtc COMPLETI ~T fSSL •^•* IW -hl.c "*• -~S Keep on Buying War RIVERSIDE MEM0BIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Aw. Miami b l: > In Now York Oft %tlmtmm\ n 5-7777 RIVERSIDE SERVICE • 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANC: 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT I. ROSENGARTEN FURRIER 118 S. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 3-4591 COLD STORAGE Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own GroTM 30 Years of Satisfied Customers Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Treet FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Are. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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/>6^^-THE JEWISH UNTTY
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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
5TUME 18NUMBER 12
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
REFUGEES
"5
lavana, Cuba (JTA)Jewish
ogees from Belgium, who have
a remarkable job in the
jiond industry here, employ-
about 1,000 Jews and 1,500
bans, are not eager to return
{heir native country,
eports reaching them from
mm reveal that there is a
deal of anti-Jewish feel-
there due to Nazi propagan-
vhich has left roots in cer-
sections of the population,
report said that a hotel in
isels refused to admit Jews
ch never happened before the
in the Belgian capital. The
Iian Jews here are also dis-
mted at the fact that Ger-
Jewish refugees in Belgium
interned after the libera-
ot the country.
It present there is a strike
fg mi in the diamond industry
which, if not settled soon,
amuse anti-Semitic feelings.
an workers in the industry
Ive from sixty to eighty-five
r< a week, which is more
they get in any other oc-
Ition. They, however, want
same wages as the Jewish
kers who have more skill
experience.,
|ueli interest is centered on
question as to what will hap-
o the diamond industry here
Belgian Jews decide to re-
to Belgium. Some local
are now financially inter-
in the industry and it is
(tin that they intend to keep
Bog.
8Msm BIG UNDERTAKING
London (JTA)Germany still
has more than 500,000 Jews under
its control, it was disclosed here
on the basis of a statement by
Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler.
Himmler is reported to have
given these figures to Jean Musy
former Swiss federal councillor,
who was instrumental in secur-
ing the release of 1,200 Jews
from Thereseinstadt. Musy re-
vealed the information to H. A.
Goodman, political secretary of
the Agudas Israel, who was in
Switzerland for several weeks
conferring on rescue matters.
Reporting on his activities in
Switzerland, Mr. Goodman said
that there are still possibilities of
rescuing these half-million Jews
and that vigorous efforts in their
behalf must continue. He paid
tribute to Switzerland for the as-
sistance it is giving 30,000 Jewish
refugees.
E TO BE
DISCUSSED IT AN
ILESTINE NOW IS
II OF LEAGUE
fidon (JTA)London news-
report that the constitu-
|of the League of Arab Na-
recognizes Palestine as a
>er of the League.
constitution contains
y-two articles and two
cols, one of which provides
Palestine shall have a vote
Be League's Council. Since
uure status of Palestine is
andecided, the Council it-
'ill nominate a Palestinian
present his fellow country-
Bs a full-fledged member of
sague. with voting and other
The constitution will be
nted for ratification to the
fcrab congress which opens
on Saturday.
)REN MAY NOT BE
WED FROM HOMES
York (JTA)The Union
pnodox Rabbis of the United
and Canada made public
pt of a cable received from
of orthodox Jewry in
disclosing that "it is im-
' to rescue Jewish chil-
rrom the Catholic convents
Ilrom private non-Jewish
1 where they were given
I during the German oc-
on of the country. The
decided to send 100.000
as an initial contribution
fve Jewish children from
sion.
Cairo (JTA)The Palestine
problems will be in the forefront
of discussions at the preliminary
conference of the League of Arab
Nations which opened here this
week. Unconfirmed rumors con-
cerning different solutions for
the Arab-Jewish problem, which
are alleged to have been brought
to the conference by the various
delegates, continue to circulate
here.
One of the solutions which
members of the conference may
study deals with the eventual
partitioning of Palestine and the
formation of a greater Syria
which will include the part of
Palestine assigned to the Arabs,
it was stated.
Usually well-informed Arab
circles claimed that there is also
a proposal on handallegedly
already accepted by the foreign
ministers of the Arab countries
participating in the conference
which provides for the granting
of administrative and cultural
autonomy to Jewish sections
within an Arab Palestine.
NEARLY READY TO
START ON APRIL 8
With the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation drive set for April
8 through the 22 but two weeks
away, finishing touches are being
given to the biggest undertaking
ever attempted by the local Jew-
ish community.
Federation officials are pre-
pared to put 1,000 volunteer
workers into the field to canvas
the 8,000 families, prospective
ington (JTA)Represent-
of three national Jewish
es urged passage of the bi-
n Fair Employment Prac-
iil with enforcement pow-
neanngs before a Senate
nmittee headed by Sena-
nnis Chaves, New Mexico
rat.
GOVERNOR DEWEY IS
SLAPPED BY RANKIN
Washington (JTA) Repre-
sentative John E. Rankin, Mis-
sissippi Democrat this week at-
tacked Governor Dewey for sign-
ing the Ives-Quinn bill barring
racial discrimination in employ-
ment. The bill, he said, is "the
greatest betrayal of the white
Americans of New York that
state has ever known."
Addressing the House of Re-
presentatives, Rankin demanded
that "white Gentiles should be
protected from the persecutions
they are now compelled to en-
dure." He also called for defeat
WAR CRIMINALS NOW
GET LIGHT PENALTIES
Bucharest (JTA)The Ru-
manian Minister of Justice has
issued a new decree under which
those responsible for the estab-
lishment of ghettos or for the de-
portation of Jews will no longer
be considered war criminals, but
will be placed in the category
of "persons responsible for the
disaster of the country." Persons
in the latter category are receiv-
ing milder punishment than those
classified as war criminals.
Special services were held in
the Bucharest Synagogue to mark
the return of Transylvania to
Rumania. Representatives of the
government attended the cere-
monies which were presided over
by Chief Rabbi Shafran who of-
fered prayers for the more than
100,000 Transylvanian Jews who
were deported to Poland and Ger-
many and whose whereabouts are
not known.
JOE ROSE
Federation Director
contributors to Federation, as re-
vealed by the recent population
survey.
The campaign this year has
been broken down into divisions
to distribute manpower a*nd ex-
pedite the success of the under-
taking.
George Chertkof, chairman of
the campaign, together with Jos-
eph Rose, campaign and execu-
tive director of Federation, an-
nounced division heads as fol-
lows:
Initial Gift Division, co-chair-
men, Stanley Blank and Jacob
Sher.
Special Gift Division, co-chair-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
NOTICE TO OUR READERS
M 0 I PREVENTS
PARIS JEW FROM
E
PROCLAMATION IS
SHED FOR 1 AM
Paris (JTA)A "mysteriously
organized" mob of 600 people
this week prevented a Paris Jew
from recovering his apartment
which was being illegally oc- I United States of America, in ord-
Washington (JTA)President
Roosevelt has proclaimed May 20
as "I Am An American Day."
His proclamation reads:
"Whereas within the last
twelve months we have granted
citizenship with its many privi-
leges to thousands of foreign-
born men and women through
naturalization, and have received
into full citizenship the great
numbers' of native-born youth
who have come of age; and
"whereas these citizens are giv-
ing strength to our democracy
in its struggle against tyranny
and in its striving to make secure
through international organiza-
tion the rights and opportunities
of citizens in our own and in
other sovereign nations; and
"Wheroas the Congress, by
Public Resolution 67, approved
May 3, 1940, has recognized the
third Sunday in May of each year
as 'Im An American Day," and
has requested that the President
issue a proclamation setting aside
that day for the special recogni-
tion of those who have been na-
turalized or have attained their
majority during the past year;
"Now, therefore, I. Franklin
D. Roosevelt. President of the
cupied by a person who had ob-
tained it during the occupation,
it was revealed here today. The
owner of the apartment had ob-
er that we may honor those who
have recently become members
of our body politic and at the
same time reaffirm our allegi-
tained a court order dispossess- ance to the principles of Ameri-
ing the present occupant and! can citizenship, do hereby pro-
was accompanied by police of- claim Sunday, May 20, 1945, as
ficials who were powerless to j 'I Am An American day'."
disperse the mob.
The incident was disclosed by
Julliette Jonvaux of the Move-
ment Against Racism, addressing
a meeting attended by 3,000 per-
sons, called by a joint committee
of various anti-racist and Jew-
ish organizations to hear a re-
port on the present status of
the restitution problem. Mme.
Jonvaux cited the above case as
an example of the anti-Semitic
activities still going on in
France.
ARAB LEADERS AGREE,
TO VERY SMALL STATE
ARE GONDEMNED
BY POPE IN TALK
Rome (JTA)The Nazi racial
doctrines were condemned this
week by Pope Pius XII in an
address in Rome.
"To those who let themselves
Cairo (JTA)Leaders of Arab -be mislead by the disciples of
countries have agreed to the es-, violence, and having rashly fol-
The Pbmotk Edition of the
Jewish Floridian will be dated
Friday, March 30. Because of
the Passover holidays, the of-
fices will be closed Thursday
and Friday. Deadline for all
material for this issue will be
Monday morning. March 8 at
10:30 a. m.
APPROVE METHOD OF
RETURNING PROPERTY
Paris (JTA)The French Con-
,, Fnirisultative Assembly this week ap-
*t$LJWL5E?TSiJK Proved a bill providing for _a
tablishment of a small Jewish
state in Palestine, about the size
of Lebanon, in the hope that this
solution of the Palestine problem
will be acceptable to Jews, it is
reported here.
This decision, coming shortly
after the talks between President
Roosevelt and Prime Minister
Employment Practices Commis
sion, on which a Senate sub-
committee has been holding
hearings.
The following day, Rep. Adam
C. Powell Jr. of New York re-
"speedy referee procedure for
the restitution to Jewish owners
of property lost through German
or Vichy anti-Jewish legislation.
The bill constitutes a combina-
tion of the drafts of the restitu-
plied to Rankin, denouncing the tion ]aws submitted by the
"few perverted Un-Amencans
who "distorted the facts" con-
cerning the New Vork State
FEPC law.
"Fortunately the best thinking,
and therefore, the majority of
the white Gentiles of this coun-
try," Rep. Powell said "have con-
sistently fought for not the rights
of whites only but for the rights
French Government and by the
French Socialist Party.
St. Louis (JTA)More than
400 representatives of Jewish
communities in the St. Louis-
Southern Illinois area attending
a conference here heard leaders
of the Joint Distribution Com-
world-wide
mittee outline the
of all Americans. Only a limited I J.D.C. relief and rehabilitation
few who are vicious disgraces to
the white race and any other
race, nave continued to try make
America a stewing-pot instead of
a melting pot, but they have
failed."
program which is now operating
in sixteen European countries,
as well as in North Africa, the
Middle East, South America and
other global areas affected by
the war.
and Saudi-Arabia, is taken here
to indicate that the governments
of Britain and the United States
have been informed of this latest
plan.
Lebanon covers 3,600 square
miles as compared with the 10,-
429 square miles of Palestine.
The population of Lebanon is es-
timated to be about 700,000.
(Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden told the House of Com-
mons this week that the applica-
tions of Syria and Lebanon to
attend the San Francisco Confer-
ence are "under consideration."
The requests of these countries
to become members of the United
Nations are also being studied,
he said.)
lowed them, now find themselves
at last awakening from their il-
lusion," the Pope said, "there
remains but one way of salvation:
to repudiate flatly the idelatoiy
of absolute nationalism, the pride
of race and blood, the craving
for hegemony in the possession
of worldly goods, and to turn
Churchill and the rulers of Egypt .resolutely toward the spirit of
New York (JTA)A demand
that the United Nations confer-
ence at San Francisco consider
the fate of mandated territories
and specifically the fate of
Palestinewas made here by
Sen. Ralph O. Brewster of Maine,
addressing a dinner sponsored by
the New Zionist Organization to
mark the 30th anniversary of the
Jewish Legion, which fought for
Britain in World War I.
sincere brotherhood that is based
on the worship of the common
Father by all men."
BRAZIL PROTESTS NAZI
TREATMENT OF JEWS
Mexico City (JTA)The Bra-
zilian Foreign Office has sent a
protest to Germany against the
segregation in special concentra-
tion camps for Jews among Bra-
zilian prisoners of war captured
by the Germans, the Brazil radio
announced.
Revealing, for the first time,
that the Nazi were discriminat-
ing against Brazilian Jewish cap-
tives, the broadcast said: "The
Foreign Office today sent a pro-
test to Germany through the In-
ternational Red Cross against this
unhuman treatment of prisoners
of war."
Washington (JTA)The fate of
presently mandated territories
will not be decided upon by the
United Nations Conference at
San Francisco, an authoritative
source indicated this week. There
will be no discussion of specified
areas.
' >>t" .
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PAGE TWO
P-Jenistf/cridfJati
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Salongcr,
of New York city, were mar-
ried the early part of this month
;it the Astor hotel in New York
.aid are now honeymooning for
several weeks at the Netherlands
liotel. Miami Beach.
Mr, Salongcr is past president
Of Young Israel, of Fremont. N.
Y and is a member of the Na-
tional Committee of Sabbath Ob-
servers of the Young Judea Coun-
cil. While here, the couple were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Mit-
chell Reiner, 310 Meridian Ave
Miami Beach. Mr. Salongcr made
appearances at the Miami Beach
Elks club and the Jewish War
Veterans.
PERSONALS^
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Wcinklc
Of this city, have left for New
York, where Dr. Wcinklc Will
take a four month course mpost
graduate surgery at the Polly-,
clinic hospital. He will return to
Miami in September to resume
his practice, confining ins woik
solely to surgery. Enroute. me
couple stopped in Atlanta to see
their sons, Stanley and Milton,
in the armed forces stationed !
there.
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wolfe. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Greenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Hellman. Qm 3 c and
Mrs. Milton Rattet. and (
and Mrs. Harold J. Ari nson took
place this week, with Rabbi S.
M. Machtei officiating.
WEDDINGS
: T S.;t. Mar. in
Rubin, AAF, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Rubin, 1031 19th SI .
Miami Beach, to Miss Augusta !; ,:
Sternberg was solemnized Di -
cember 10 in St. John's W i
Miss Marilyn BernsW in. daugh-
ter ol Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J.
. s. Marco Island. Mi-
B
m ol Mrs.
Danii I Cn mi r and the late Mr.
i : Miamians,
Tui sday, Maj I, at a pri\
at t Roney Plaza hotel.
synagogue, 1- n Ion, it has I
learned hi i
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs, Annii Sternberg, oi Teren-
ure, Dublin, Ireland.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Rabbi Irving Lehrman an-
nounced that the Miami Beach
J< wish C ti i I ... bei n chosen
as th< fit J< wish house of wor-
on thi
I >ur Churches" over
n WIOD at 8:30 Sunday.
The i rogi am will be devoted to
tin- work i t the Center.
PRES. ROOSEVELT
RECEIVES PROSKAUER
Washington (JTA)President
Roosevelt today received Judge
i, M Proskauer, president
an(] Jacob Blaustein, chairman of
Hi,' executive committee of the
can Jewish Committee,
who presented to him a program
containing suggestions on the
treatment of the post-war prob-
i f world Jewry as part of
, ntire peace structure.
The program, drawn up by a
distinguished group of historians,
jurists, educators and rabbis, ad-
ati among other things, the
(nation of a commission, under
the structure to be devised at the
San Francisco Conference, to
formulate an International Bill of
Kights providing for human
rights, racial equality, religious
and fundamental free-
Tins commission should
!..,vc charge of a course of pro-
cedure for the implementation
and enforcement of the Bill of
Kights.
ident Roosevelt, after his
; n,. with Judge Proskauer
Mr. Blaustein, authorized
,! state that he was "pro-
y interested in the estab-
nt of an International Bill
fits, as well as in the other
tions contained in the in-
report of the American
i mmittee" submitted to
;i i President said that he
considers that "this report indi-
cates a serious endeavor to im-
I |i mi nt the Dumbarton Oaks
im," and added that the re-
port would receive his "most
set a ms consideration."
mmittee envisaged the
ility that the scope of the
San Francisco Conference might
include the question of mandates
created by the League of Nations
Covenant. Insofar as this action
might affect the situation of Pal-
estine, tiie committee stated that
whatever the ultimate decision as
to its political status, Palestine
should be made the responsibility
of the United Nations under an
international trusteeship with a
view of safeguarding the Jewish
settlem nt in and Jewish immi-
gration into Palestine and guar-
)i4 aa< quate scope for
future growth and development,
and 1" pii pare the country to be-
cc me- a on i constitution and a bill
of rights guaranteeing equality to
all its citizens.
FRIDAY. MARCH 23,
m
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SUNDAY
8:15 P. m.
ADDRESSES WANTED
OF LOCAL AJ.UMNI
The Tau Xi chapter of t, I
silonPhi >SM,.k,nKrt0eS^!
names and addresses ofM
alumni. Those possessing tfl
formation are asked to *L*
card to P. O. Box 3 tv"*
of Miami. "",x3.Ua||l
REPORT ON OLD AGE
HOME TOBEOIVBI
A report regarding the 01dA I
Home will be given at the?1
beiter Ring Lyceum, 25 M,
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
day evening, March 25, at(S
ftwmAT1j Rlans f"r bu"%i
Old Aged Home in MiamiWl
the members of the orgamatu
will be discuss* d.This meeting!
open to tourist numbers of U
Arbeiter Ring.
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WBERS INVITED TO
)UNG WOMEN
Lmbers and those interested
(booming members, of B nai
bth Young Women of bnolem
be are invited to a cocktail
hv to be held Sunday after-
Li between 3 and 6 p. m. at
home of Mrs. Sam Magaziner,
46th St., Miami Beach.
m charge of arrangements is
b Dollv Pont, first vice presi-
nt and "membership committee
lb-man. She is assisted by Miss
by Stepkin, Miss Loretta Aug-
Mis> Mildred Befkowitz, and
B Gertrude Grossman.
Jbe organization will hold a
fukir meeting Tuesday, March
a( the Miami Beach YM &
j,\ at 8 p. m. All members are
led to be present, as a new
ne will be selected at that
TEMPLE ISRAEL
LADIES TO HOLD TEA
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a Passover tea Monday,
April 2nd, in Kaplan hall. The
annual election of officers and
trustees will take place at this
time. Guest speaker will be Rev.
Joseph Barth. Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer is chairman of the
tea, and Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum
is entertainmerit chairman. Nom-
inating committee is composed of
Mrs. M. B. Ross, chairman, and
Mesdames Frank Coret, Henry
Hirsch, N. A. Rossman and Harry
V. Simons.
TREISTER ELECTED TO
HEAD BEACH ELKS
Arthur Treister, real estate op-
erator, was elected exalted ruler
of Miami Beach Elks lodge No.
1601 by acclamation Thursday
night as were all'other posts to
be filled, with exception of a
trustee for a five-year term.
In this race a contest was
staged between George Green,
the Red Cross aids on the bat-
front as well as the home
Aid this cause by giving
kerously.
Mrs. Harry Walfish, of Cali-
fornia, Pa., is visiting here with
her daughter, Mrs. Richard
Schneider, 444 S. W. 26th Ct. En- j
tertainment arranged for her in-
cluded a luncheon in Burdine's
Tea Room tendered recently by |
Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein, 1942 S.
W. 17th St. Attending, in addi-
tion to Mrs. Walfish, were Mrs.
Schneider and Mrs. William
Kotler.
CITIZENS OF MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH
DO NOT FAIL TO
REGISTER
For Coming City Elections If Not Qualified
A DUTY AND A PRIVILEGE
First Annual Concert
GIVEN BY THE
Greater Miami
JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
I SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 25. 1945. AT 8 P. M.
AT THE MIAMI BEACH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1410 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach
The chorus will appear in the selection of Jewish and
i American folk songs conducted by MR. L. POWESKY and
(accompanied by MRS. L. NELSON.
WALTER GROSSMAN, famous cello artist, will ap-
[pear on the same program.
THE MIAMI CONCERT ENSEMBLE will participate
I in a number of selections.
Subscription $1.00, tax included
, retiring trustee, and Dan Roth,
retiring exalted ruler, in which
! Roth was elected. Roth was also
I elected alternate representative
! to the grand lodge.
Other officers elected Thursday
included James P. Wendler, es-
teemed leading knight; Kenneth
Oka, esteemed loyal night; Dr.
Herman Mechlowitz, esteemed
lecturing night; Jack Simon,
tiler; Paul Greene, treasurer, and
Joseph A. Hukle, secretary.
ORTHODOX CONG. TO
BURN MORTGAGE
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation according to Leon Kap-
lan president, announces a mort-
I gage-burning celebration for
Sunday, April 29. H. M. Drewich
will head the committee in
charge of arrangements and will
be assisted by the entertainment
committee of the Ladies Auxili-
ary.
GRANDDAUGHTER OF
MARK MAX DIES
Word reached Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Max of the Granada Apart-
ments on Saturday night of the
unexpected death or their grand-
daughter, Jill Perlman. Jill was
the five weeks old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Perlman
of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Perl-
man was the former Joan Max
of this city.
II. SIRKIN, Pres.
A. M. BEAR, Vice-Pres.
H. SOOTIN, Sec'y.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRDS
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director
1520 S. W. 5th St., Miami
Tel. 2-7439
I Cong. Beth David
Rabbi Max Shapiro
135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami
Tel. 2-1473
I Beth Sholom Center
Rabbi L. Kronish
761 41st St., Miami Beach
Tel. 58-1961
| Miami Beach* Jewish
[Community Center
Rabbi I. Lehrman
1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach
Tel 59-2503
[Miami Jewish Orthodox
Rabbi S. April
1845 S. W. 9th St., Miami
Tel. 2-5667
After many years of endeavor, we are happy to
announce the formation of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus solely for the concern and interest of the public
and the promotion of confidence in Kashrus in our com-
munity.
We urge the public's cooperation by consulting the
"Vaad" in order to eliminate "Hefkaerus"irresponsibility
from our midst. Listing of Kosher butchers and reliable
Shochtim, under our supervision will be made shortly.
For information, phone 2-7439 or 5-4213.
NEW SECRETARY
FOR BLOOD BANK
Appointment of a new execu-
tive secretary for the Dade Coun-
ty Blood bank was approved
Tuesday by directors at the an-
nual meeting for election of of-
ficers.
The secretary is Miss Betty M.
Franck, a Miami resident for 20
years.
Officers of the Blood Bank
elected Tuesday are:
A. J. Cleary, re-elected chair-
man; Chester Wright, vice-chair-
man, and C. H. Reeder, treasurer.
Dr. Guy R. Stoddard was ap-
pointed chief of the technical
committee.
Seven new directors elected
were Wright,-Roy Singer, Dinty
LAUDERDALE LODGE
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
The installation of officers for
the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith
lodge will take place Sunday eve-
ning at the Sheldon hotel at
8:30 p. m. Officers of Sholem
Lodge, Miami, will be present to-
assist in the ceremonies.
Dennis, Roscoe Brunstetter, Al-
bert W. Simpson, Jack Kofoed,
Dr. H. E. Van Riper.
Re-elected directors were Louie
Bandel, Robert Booth, Cleary,
Clyde Epperson, Byron Freeland,
Norton R. Ganger, Judge George
E. Holt, William Imand, N. P.
Lowrey, John McKie, Dr. E. Ster-
ling Nichol, C. H. Reeder, Hoke
Welch and Dr. Guy R. Stoddard.
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office
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VOLUME 18 NUMBER 12
ber who will be present on the
occasion. _
Last week Bostonian George
Alpert. district attorney and
prominent national communal
leader, addressed the gathering
of the advance gifts division at a
L-v.ik: e Clover Club. Dur-
::k remarks, he told the gather-
ing of Federation workers that
while 1945 is expected to be the
year of victory, it will bring
forth another phase of activity
the Jewish people, in which
they will be shouldered with
additional burdens in assisting
with the relief and rehabilitation
of the liberated peoples. -Hitler
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYW
FRIDAY. MARCH
Mudiy eonfldentui
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
ROOSEVELT UNCHANGED
President Roosevelt is of the same mind with respect to
Jewish Palestine as he was last October. Such is the import
of a statement by President Roosevelt released through Dr. Wise.'
The President in this statement said:
"I made my position on Zionism clear in October. That
position I have not changed and shall continue to seek to bring
about its earliest realization."
This statement means that President Roosevelt after all
the water that has flown "over the dam" since the election
proposes work for the establishment of a free and democratic
Jewish Commonwealth."
This will be reassuring news to most Jews. The events that
have occurred with regard to Palestine since the Presidential
election have caused a general let-down in spirits among the
Jews of the world. When both major political parties last July
came out flatly for a Jewish Palestine, the hopes of Jewry with
respect to Palestine rose to the highest point ever attained. It
seemed at last that the dream of Theodore He:zl was finally to
be made a living reality.
But after election, the State Department blocked the pass-
age of the Palestine resolution by a Congress which seemed
eager of itself to pest it. Then came vague reports which
seemed, to some, to indicate a lukewarmness on the part of
the Administration toward Palestine. This was followed by the
Cairo conferences of the President with Arab leaders, causing nf0'.V;
MONTE SELIG
Federation President
resentment in some Jewish circles at his failure to confer with
Jewish leaders.
The President's last statement tends to be reassuring, but
it may be taken for certain that those interests which are op-
posed to Jewish Palestine will continue to fight stubbornly. The
whole Near East question is not only involved with Pan-Arab-
ism, but, what is more, with oil. And these interests will not
easily surrender. There can be no let up therefore in the Jew-
ish fight.
BIG UNDERTAKING IS
NOW NEARLY READY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
men, Stanley M. Myers and Carl
Weinkle,
Advance Gift Division, co-
chairmen. David Phillips and
Herbert E. Scher.
Trades Division, co-chairmen,
William Singer and Joseph Stein.
has proven the fallacy of isola-
tion." he stated, "and it is up to
American Jewry to provide the
iving assistance that this
Israel' must have
'Remnant of
to survive."
Tin- mercantile division, under
the chairmanship of Nat Roth
and Lazar Grossberg. held a din-
ner in Kaplan hall Thursday eye-
ing at which time all of the
workers were given final in-
structions for the canvassing of
that division.
On Sunday afternoon, as an-
other of the activities of the
drive, a cocktail party will be
held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Blank. Di Lido island,
for the doctors and dentists divi-
sion of the Federation.
BETH DAVID WOMEN
SPONSOR SADURIM
Division, co-chairmen.
G rge Bertman and Milton
Friedman: asst. chairmen, Harry
rnblum and S. B. Miller.
W< men's Division, co-chair-
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and
Mi Stanley C. Myers.
Speaker's Division, co-chair-
men. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Beth David sisterhood will
Flying Squad. Abe Kurman, < sponsor traditional Sadurim the
chairman: Leonard Abess, Ben-j first and second evenings of
jamin Bronston, M J. Kopelo-1 Passover, Wednesday, March 28,
witz, Benjamin Meyers, Max and Thursday, March 29. Those
Orovitz and Morton Russack. i desiring reservations are asked
Arrangements Division, Mrs.! ,0 cal1 lhe office, 2-1473, as early
Mur.te Sc'.ig, chairman. as J?ssible- A capacity is limited
Office Volunteers, Mrs. Nat L. t0 20-
Through the cooperation of the
Jewish Welfare Board, the or-
ganization will be hosts to 75
men in the armed forces at the
second Sader service.
Williams, chairman.
Sixty-three local, national, and
verseas agencies will participate
in the 5305.000 1945 budget set
Federati n as the minimum
amount necessary to rr.eet the
- groups. All of the
aivisj :.- have been meeting to
rgamze and s '....- their groups.
The campaign this year has
tressed by a grcup of
-"" -:: -' leaders
:: w :. Jewry .....ling R
:.' : ~ w A- :.:,
v Si er, George Alpert and wonday, march 26:
-halat a :. in [ewlsh Congress,
Calendar of Jewish Events
FRIDAY. MARCH 2J:
Jewish Congress, Worn-
sl-.da'y/ma'rch^"' '"
icob Religious School, Model
P*......%' '' > Town "Y"
B*ch v Army-Navy
' '.....reference. "
I f the
'" mil nl fficials in the
vcrnmental set-up will
fficial affair
.". the campaign at
. Wom-
- ilar meeting; Business and
nal Division. Hadassah.
- ling, Beach "Y" > r,
',. ': r ,H ? Committee, Snack
_. Beach i li> a m
TUESDAY. MARCH 27:
1 Couni il of Jewish Women
ISfi!1. "Y"' m.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Chairman of Drive
pending completion of necessary
details to handle the large num-
Third Seder Banquet by Beth Jamh
Congregation and BUterhoia
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
The anti-Yaltaists of this country, leading fiqure
whom are the two anti-Semitic Congressmen, will rW?*'
next two weeks initiate an intensive campaign aqainli^J?'
tary of the Treasury Morgenthau, Supreme Court Justic F
furter and Judge Samuel Rosenman, to focus attention c '
| they call "Jewish influence on the peace formula" D "n"
campaign will be opened with systematic filthy mil' "*
in the press Joseph P. Kamp's book "iWuCEJS
Gestapo," now in preparation, will set a new high in hak
poison spreading Among Kamp's collaborators is n ?J
the former editors of the Tablet, that anti-Semitic shoot l
Brooklyn diocese ... The World Trade Union leaders who
now blueprinting a permanent international labor oma^
tion will include in their program an international aajLT'.
to outlaw anti-Semitism in every member country of the U M
Nations. '
ON WAR CRIMINALS .
Professor A. S. Yahuda writes in the Congress Weekly that
of all the various classes among the German people the n2
abject cowards were the professors, educators, intellectuals and
professional men, and that it was with their help that Hitler be-
came the undisputed master of the German people Rj k,
. This should be remembered when the time for punishment
of war criminals rolls around "Germany's War Crimes and
Punishment," by M. H. Myerson, published by the Macmillan
Company of Canada and out today, is regarded in govern-
ment circles as the best book on this theme ... Our under-
ground sources insist that Goering's long-anticipated coup
against Hitler is due any edition now. "
THIS AND THAT .
Montreal has inaugurated its first Interracial Committee for
Democratic Action Among the leading figures of this new
group, which is pledged to fight anti-Semitism, are former
Senator Bouchard, who recently exposed clerical Fascism in
the Province of Quebec, Leslie Roberts, distinguished Canadian
author, and Moses Brainin, president of the Jewish People'j
Library The slogan is interfaith anti-Fascist action The
World Education Service Council, headed by E. George Payne,
is planning to send a commission of six to Europe .. Objed: to
investigate the status of orphans of persecuted groups and to
make arrangements for educational assistance to them.
PALESTINE NEWS .
Just propaganda, and pure bunk, are the rumors about
Palestine Arab leaders offering world Jewry 300,000 immigra-
tion certificates by way of final payment on the account of the
Balfour Declaration, with the proviso that there be no Jewish
State ... The Arabs of Palestine have no jurisdiction over
Jewish immigration ... But the story may well be a trial balloon
sent up by the British Colonial Office to get Zionist leaders to
commit themselves to a formula that would nullify the Jewish
State demands One of America's top watchmakers has
been commissioned to select a very, very expensive gift fa
King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia The donors are a group of
American oil magnates "The Arabs and Palestine" is the
name of a small booklet by Albert Einstein and Eric Kahlei
just published by the American Palestine Committee, of which
Senator Robert F. Wagner is chairman The booklet is of
enlightening interest The re-launching of the Jewish State
Party in New York last week failed to create a sensation .,
It also failed to attract a crowd.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who will be in America at the time
of the United Nations conference at San Francisco, will not
attend the conference unless he is officially invited ft*
Weizmann will send a message to Rabbi A. H. Silver on the
occasion of the testimonial dinner being tendered to Dr. Silver
in New. York this month Weizmann has hopes that a form-
ula for a united Zionist front will be worked out before his ar-
rival in America Hollywood-bound with a new screen bio-
graphy tucked in his brief-case is Irv Kupcinet, who used to be
sports columnist of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate -Good
luck, Irv ... If you want to meet Hollywood celebrites these
days, go visit the James Vigeveno Galleries in the movie capi-
tal, now showing 5 canvases of Max Band ... The painting
that attracts the most attention is one called "Remember Us
... It depicts two Jewish children staring tragically into the
infinite Congratulations to Palestine's painter Elias Newman
on his marriage to Lillian Judith Tesser of Miami, Fla.
Edward K. Barsky, national chairman of the Joint Anti-Fa**
Hefugee Committee, has a hospital named after him I|
Mexico City, and cares for anti-Franco Spaniards who have
found refuge there ... Back in 1936 he was one of the founded
Of the Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy, which oper-
ated front.lme hospitals for the Loyalists during, the Span*1
civil war." '
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Tuesdays-Thursdays. 9-12 Noon
The Miami Beach Blood Bank Receiving Station
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Woman's Auxiliary

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CONTINENTAL COFFEE CO.
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2120 N. W. 1st Ave., Miami
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ASK FRENCH YOUTH
TO GO TO PALESTINE
Paris (JTA)An appeal to
Zionist youth in France to emi-
grate to Palestine was voiced
hereby David Sealtiel. Jewish
Agency representative in France,
addressing a meeting of the Move-
ment of Zionist Youth. Other
speakers included Leon Meiss,
president of the Representative
Council of the Jews of France,
who stressed the solidarity be-
tween French Zionists and all
French Jews, and a Rabbi Cappel
who reviewed the underground
activities of the young Zionists
during the occupation.
DISAGREE WITH
COLONIALSECRETARY
London (JTA> Thirty-three
I members of the Anglo-Jewish As-
sociation here announced that
. they have sent a memorandum to
the Colonial Secretary expressing
their disagreement with the me-
morandum submitted in January
by the Association, which, they
charge, ignores the principal is-
sues concerning the future of
Palestine. The Association, while
supporting unrestricted immigra-
tion into Palestine, retiv
from demanding creation of a
I Jewish stale. ____.
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Meals $3 During First Two Nights $32 for Full Week
9-Jewistncrktian^
Z. O. A. PRESIDENT
TO SPEAK AT^M. B.
Dr Isral Goldstein, president
of the Zionist Organization o
America, and one of the foremost
Jewish leaders in America wUI be
guest speaker at the donor dinner
given by the Miami Beach, Zion-
ist District al the \ ictor hotel on
Wednesday, April 11.
The dinner is connected with
the raising of funds to support
the national expansion tund in
addition to local activities.
Dr Goldstein is making his
first trii t<> Miami Beach as a
result I the interest he has taken
in the remarkable expansion pi
tiie Zionist movement here. In
two years the local chapter has
grown to some 1,100 members,
making it one of the largest Zion-
i in the United States.
I )r
gregation B'nai Jeshurun, the
Idesl .h ish congrega-
New Yoik. now m its
FRIDAY, MARCH'
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
IN LAST EVE. SERVICES
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter will conclude its series of
Friday evening late services for
the season this Friday evening,
with special services at the Cen-
ter with Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader, in charge.
Formal installation ceremonies
for the newly-elected officers of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
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tiie officers and install the group.
An installation banquet in honor
of the newly-elected officers will
be held at the Center Monday
evening, April 2. Committee in
charge of this affair is composed
of Harry Bodenstein, chairman,
Nat H. Hankoff, co-chairman,
Henry'B. Ungerleider and Harry
Lcvine.
118th year. He is also co-chair-
man of the Interim Committee'
of American Jewish Conference,
president. Jewish Conciliation
Board ot" America; co-chairman
of United Palestine Appeal.
Among the boards of which he
is a member are army and navy
committee of Jewish Welfare I
Board, board of trustees. National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, Boy Scouts Jewish Advis-
ory Committee, Girl Scouts Jew-
ish Advisoiy Committee, Ameri-
can Zionist emergency council.
The dinner on April 11 is an
invitational affair, but those in-
terested can obtain details by1
communicating with Mathew SU-
tein, 1568 Meridian Ave., or
telephone 58-1070.
Twi Ive-year-old Diana Steiner,
violin soloist for the Philadelphia
Symphony Orchestra and stu-
: Efrem Zunbahst, plus an
excellent orchestra for dancing.
will entertain the gri up during
vening, Co-chairmen of the
affair arc Alex Van Stratten,
William Shayne, Louis Miller.
Matthew Silverstein and John
Gi
JUDGE ROSENBLATT
TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
A regular meeting sponsored
by the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict will be held at 8:30 Monday
evening, March 26, at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Guest
speaker will be Judge Bernard
Rosenblatt, prominent figure in
the national Zionist movement
and vice president of the Zionist
emergency council. Bronislaw
Huberman, famed organizer and
conductor of the Palestine Sym-
phony Orchestra who is appear-
ing here in a violin concert, will
be guest of honor. A musical pro-
gram and refreshments will fol-
low the program. Chairman of
the evening will be Rabbi Irving
Lehrman.
Hollywood
Miami Beach
COMPANY
Ft. Lauderdale
SERVICES IN MEMORY
OF RABBI ISAAC WISE
S bath services on March 23-
24 will be dedicated to the mem-
ory of Isaac M. Wise in a large
number of synagogues through-
out the country. In Isaac M. Wise
wiio was born on March 29. 1819
in Bohemia and who died, in
innati, on March* 26, 1900,
erican Jewry remembers the i
...'..aiding pioneer of religious
ism and one of its greatest
organizers,
Though born and educated in
Europe, progressive Dr. Wise was
not long content to remain in a
country where he was no prospect
of improvement. He decided to
go to the new "Land of Promise,"
America. Soon after his arrival.
in 1846. he voiced his dream of a
Union for American Jews. In
1873, as Rabbi of Congregation
Bnai Yeshurun in Cincinnati
I Ohio, Dr. Wise finally saw the
, Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, parent body of Lib-
eral Judaism in America, estab-
lished. Hebrew Union College,
| first American Jewish theological
I seminary, was founded in 1875
under the auspices of this Union,
and Dr. Wise became president
!pf the institution. In 1889, he
i brought the Central Conference
of American Rabbis into being
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum, of
Temple Israel, will dedicate his
sermon at late Friday evening
services to the occasion. His topic
Wl1' ** "^ac Mayer Wise-
Deeds And Words."
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to register said name' wiV1' *S
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NATALIE m. WEn^TRX.aooJ
Attorney for Aiiiill.Si, ^
3/18-23-30 4/6-13 '
NOTICE 18 IIKkl-1,7^:-------^
the under*./..1,"'!,',1* L0^
In business under theliZ,. 2
of A p BUSINESS eSSftSl
Miami. Kla. Intend 12 ^V'CC
name with th'e"aPrkwofr*srj
marx ranffirfOTWu*, *
rjcUter said name w h ,k V?**
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MAX L1TW|\
DIANA C Attorney tor Am.'hint
3.-23-30 4/6-13-20 "'
notice is itKitKilTGr^rr-
the underained.....sirinr ""I i
In business under the firini ""*
County, Flo,-Ida u" 0l I
HELEN HANK
LEON KAPLAN"'' WMr
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'sTou^
IN AND FOR DAM CauSLl
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE "'
No. 15941
In Re: ESTATE oh" ROBERT n
uce \v<..n. i......;,w7 AU'
T ANi?'EirK T" ''KKI.ITORS
calms and demand, whirl, vou/,
either of you. may have again* tw
estate of ROBERT W \LLACEySM
deceased late of PAPK Countv n,.
Ida, to the Hon. W, F BLANTrS
County JudRe of I^,rte Countv S
file the ^aame in his office in ta
County Courthouse In Dad* roan? i
Florida, within elitht calendar morttj
from the date of ,he first publicity
hereof Said Halms or demands tow*.
tain the lesr.il address of the olaim4 I
and to be sworn to and presented u
aforesaid, or same will he barred St.
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date February 21. A P. 1545
WALLACE PEF.L WOOD.
As Kxecutor of the I,ast Will ml
Testament of HOUERT WAIe
IMCR WOOD. Pe, eased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for EJxecutor.
S/2-9-l-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A <.*f>4
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
Mae MmIi.1v holder of Town of Sort
Miami Tax Certificate No. 93.1 imH
the 6th day of July. A P. 1942. hu
filed same In my office, itid has nua
application for a tax deed to be Im4
thereon. Said Certificate embraces tit
follo-#lnit described property In th
County of Dude. State of Florida, te
wit:
lA)ts 35 to 40 Inr Rlork C. Pal-
ford Highlands. S.-,-.,ii(| Addition. Pat
Hook S. Pace 103. In the Town ol
North Miami. Countv of Pade. SUM
of Florida.
The assessment of said propertj
under the said rertlflcste was In Is)
name of: 0. R. Crump
I'nless s;,lel certificate shall ben-
deemed according to law. the pror-
ertv described therein will he soldi*
the hlphesf bidder tit the Court Hout
door on the first Motulav In the mi
of April. 194:.. which Is the W W
of A|>-'I. 194.'. _
K. B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court P
County. Florida
'Circuit Court Seal,
Bv I.. If. JOHNSON, DC.
3/2-9-HI-23 _________
NOTICE IS HEREHV tilVEX tW
the iindersiKneil Is nsafed ln "'
ness under the fictitious name
PAUL'S HAR A HKSTM'R-^-V
31"i-320 23rd Street. Miami BW*
Florida, and Intends 10 register tJ
said flctlMous name I" the office
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
County. Florida.
PA PL CEHSTMAN
S->le Owtier
OEOROE CHERTKt'F
Attorney for Applicant
3'23-SO 4'-13-20 ___
NOTICE IS HEREBY fiIVEN{
the undersigned, desiring to '"""JS
business under the fictitious n'v
Artistic Fabrics Co. at W .=.".,#
River Drive at Miami. Florid* MJ-
NOTICE IS JIEREin OTWBJ* *
the undersigned, desiring to *ns j
bualneaa under the fictitious -jj,
IWI.-MORI8 ARTMENT,WJ3
at 643 Jefferson Avenue, Miami ^
Intend to register said name w.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 01
County, Florida. ppkoW11
BEIJM CLUCK LEFK"
DIANA COOPEHISMITH
Attorney for AppHcn'
3/16-2S-30 4/S-13
NOTICE IS HEREIN *2lM
the underslrned, desiring 'n'n,m, ol
business under the fictitious nsj
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)AY. MARCH 23. 1945
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PAGE SEVEN
iTFH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board ___ Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Man in Service
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SERVICE

Cpl. living Geringer, son of
irs. Samuel Geringer, 4397 N.
lichigan Avc., Miami Beach, is
;re on a 15-day furlough after
j monl'ns of service in the South
lacific.
Burnett Roth has just been
omotcd to master sergeant, it
.as learned here this week. A
brmer Miamian he is stationed
Camp Blanding.
Gladys Goldstein, a yeoman in
he Waves, is spending a week's
Save here with her parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. Esser Goldstein, 150
'efferson Ave., Miami Beach, be-
bre returning to her post with
he Bureau of Communications in
Vashimiton, D. C. She has been
. service about two years.
Mrs. Gisella Newlander re-
lived word Wednesday morning
lat her son, Leon G. Newlander,
ad just arrived in the United
Itates alter many months of serv-
in the European theater of
far.
bad
Flight Officer Kenneth Mark
t!yerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Meyer-nn. ti22 15th St., Miami
Beach, has returned to Carlsbad,
N. M for advanced specialized
light training after spending a
"ve at home.
STANLEY HAYMAN
WRITES HIS FATHER
How poignant a religious ex-
perience the man in the fox-hole
undergoes is well illustrated by
a letter Cantor Louis Hayman,
205 Collins Ave., received from
his son, Pfc. Stanley, recently,
parts of which are reprinted be-
low.
"One thing I learned over here,
and that's how to pray to God.
It's one thing to go to the syna-
gogue and pray a few times a
week from habit, but if you ever
want to learn how to pray, you
have to stay in a hole for awhile
and hold out under a few bar-
rages. You just put your face in
the dirt, grit your teeth, and hope
and pray. You really pray from
the heart, and beg God to let you
come through okay. Then, when
its all over, to sit down and think
and wonder if God heard your
cries, and answered your prayers.
Just because a man stands up
and opens a book and reads out
of it doesn't mean he's praying.
He's just reading and following a
certain routine that he has
learned to do since he was young.
He really doesn't know what
praying is."
MIAMI SERVICEMEN
MEET IN HOUSTON
The Houston, Texas, Jewish
Community Center, where local
USO-JWB activities are held,
served as the locale on Saturday
evening, March 10, for a reunion
of three Miami servicemen who
had not seen one another 4or
some time. Each had known the
other for years back home, but
were unaware of their where-
abouts since going into Uncle
Sam's military services.
"For them, we wish to convey
through the medium of your
paper, kindest greetings to their;
families and friends in Miami,
writes Maurice Krinsky, director
of the Center. "The boys, all of
whom look and obviously feel
fine, are Pfc. Elmer Spector,
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Sam SDector, 2155 S. W. 5th St.,
and Pfc. Murray Dacks, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks,
731 N. W. 28th St., with both be-
ing stationed at Houston's Me-
morial Park Military Police Bat-
talion. Neither had known each
was in the same military unit
until they had met at the Cen-
ter.
"Imagine the surprise of the
aforementioned fellows when
liter that night, Irving Pont S 1/c
son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, of 2611
S. W. 5th St., happened upon
Spector and Dacks, his old
friends. Pont, on a Navy L. S. T.
boat, temporarily in Houston's
docks, had learned of the USO-
JWB party and came to it. Need-
less to say, he not only reveled
in seeing his hometown associ-
ates, but also Miami was a sub-
ject of much discussion between
all of them until the wee hours
of the night," the director wrote.
JEWISH WOMEN
HAVE NEW SORORITY
A new sorority composed ex-
clusively of Jewish women stu-
dents has been organized at Flor-
ida Southern college at Lakeland.
It is called the Phi Beta Gamma.
Bernice Panetz, Miami, was
elected president; Charlotte Mey-
ers, Plainfield, N. J., vice presi-
dent; Elaine Bernstein, Merrick,
L. I., secretary; Sylvia Shochet,
Baltimore, Md., scribe; Shirley
Firestone, Wantagh, L. I., treas-
urer.
The new sorority will take a
leading part in campus discus-
sions and study of world affairs.
A number of the faculty, repre-
sentatives from other sororities,
and students interested in inter-
national topics will be invited
to discussion.
RECOMMEND ZIONIST
GROUPS IN U. S. UNITE
New York (JTA)A recom-
mendation that all Zionist groups
in the United States unite in a
Zionist Federation of America
and function through one central
authority was made here at a
public meeting sponsored by the
Jewish State Party at the Hotel
McAlpin.
It was announced at the meet-
ing that the Jewish State Party
is convoking a national confer-
ence in New York, on April 15,
to achieve this purpose. Speak-
ers included Meir Grossman, Dr.
Julius Brutzkus, Dr. S. Soskin
and Leo Wolfson.
A. I. C. TO HOLD
REGULAR MEETING
Regular monthly meeting of
Women's Division, American
Jewish Congress, will be held
Monday, March 26th in the Mi-
ami Beach "Y" at 2 p. m. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, who will discuss a Pass-
over theme, "We Were Strang-
ers, Therefore ." Business on
the agenda will concern the ap-
pointment of a nominating com-
mittee, olans for the Division's
April 2 concert, and summer
projects of the organization. A
social and musical hour will fol-
low the business session.
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE
WILL RAISE $1,000.000
New York (JTA)The Jewish
Institute of Religion will seek
to raise $1,000,000 during 1945 as
part of its permanent endowment.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, its founding
president, announced in an ad-
dress at the Founders Day dinner
held in his honor at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel. It was attended by
600 guests, including alumni, re-
presentatives of their congrega-
tions and friends of the Institute.
NAZIS WARN WILL
KILL ALL JEWS
Geneva (JTA)The Nazi Gov-
ernment, through its news agency
DNB, has issued a warning that
all Jews now in German hands,
as well as Jewish war prisoners
who may be captured, will be
killed in reprisal for the reported
plan to send Germans to Russia
as laborers to rebuild the areas
devasted by the German Army.
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
TO TRAIN SERVANTS
London (JTA)The Hebrew
University is planning the estab-
lishment of a School of Adminis-
tration to train civil servants, it
was disclosed here by Prof. Leon
Roth, rector of the university ad-
dressing a meeting in his honor
attended by prominent Jewish
and non-Jewish scientists and
scholars.
Prof. Roth said that the medi-
cal school of the university,
whose establishment is being fi-
nanced by the Hadassah and the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, should be ready to
begin training physicians within
two years.
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DENY REFUSAL OF
SCHOLARSHIP TO JEW
Boston (JTA)The charge that
Harvard University refused a
scholarship to a young chemistry
student because he was Jewish
was denied here by a spokesman
of the university. The charge
was made by Prof. Albert Spra-
gue Coolidge, a member of the
university's chemistry depart-
ment, testifying before a legisla-
tive committee studying propos-
als to bar racial and religious dis-
crimination in Massachusetts.
WERNA WILL BE
OFFERED FOR RELIEF
Stockholm (JTA)The Swed-
ish press reports that the Swedish
ship "Werna" will be offered to
American Jewish relief organiza-
tions to transport Jewish chil-
dren from France to Palestine.
ZIONIST LEADERSHIP
SHOULD BE READY .
Tel Aviv (JTA)Zionist lead-
ership should be ready for both
a favorable and an unfavorable
solution of the Palestine problem,
David Ben-Gurion, chairman of
the executive of the Jewish
Agency wifrned, addressing a
meeting of the central committee
of the Palestine Jewish Labor
Party prior to his departure for
London.
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face Fact:'
George J. TalUnott
Executive Director A.D.I-.
The people of the State of New
hrork took a dec.siye step toward
UtinK into practical legal ap-
Og broad principles of
K can Democracy when Gov-
ernor Thomas E. Dewey signed
Ke"ivw-Quinn bill last week,
ror tV' first time in the history
Ef any state, workable machinery
E.s established for outlawing
Escrimination in employment
r A five man commission has
Leen created charged with fight-
fc racial and religious discrim-
ination in employment as the
King nun in a long-range
Ecr program aimed against
til Itvoes of discriminations To
Kcpare the way for the goal to
Crhieved. the commission begins
immediately to administer edu-
cational anti-discrimination pro-
grams all over the state.
In uruing the passage of the
bill Justice Meier Steinbrink,
Biairman of the board of di-
rectors of the eastern regional
office of the Anti-Defamation
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League, wrote Governor Dewey,
". The Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith urges the
passage of the 'Ives-Quinn Bill'
as a legislative instrumentality
for the enactment of democratic
principles into law. Discrimina-
tion against individuals, because
of race, creed, color or national
origin, violates such democratic
principles. Men and women in
the Armed Forces of this nation,
who represent every race, creed,
color and national origin, are
placing their lives and well-being
on the altar of sacrifice in behalf
of the democratic way of life.
When they return to civilian oc-
cupations, they must be guaran-
teed, through law, the principles
for which they fight."
Recognizing the historic signi-
ficance of the statute, Governor
Dewey held a public ceremony
utilizing twenty-two pens in sign-
ing the measure, later presenting
them to the champions of the
legislation.
The law, said Governor Dewey,
"gives living reality to the great
principles of our country ... It
is a reaffirmation of the great
principles by which we live .
It is far better that these evils
receive open consideration and
effective treatment than that they
be suppressed to become the
weapon of whispering malcon-
tents."
This is a constructive and pro-
gressive step. New York has set
a precedent. Are the other states
to follow suit? Will our Federal
Government take legislative
measures to reaffirm our demo-
cratic principles? Much hope can
be derived from the fact that
eight states already are consider-
ing bills similar to that passed
by New York. While this is an
encouraging sign, there are still
thirty-nine states to be heard
from,as well as our own gov-
ernment in Washington.
Review of "Legal
Claims Against Germany"
LEGAL CLAIMS AGAINST
GERMANY: Compensation for
Losses Resulting from Anti-
Racial Measures. By Siegfried
Goldschmidt. With a Foreword
by Morris R. Cohen. The Dry-
den Press, 1945. 213 pp. $3.00.
The problem of repatriating
Jews and other non-Aryans who
have suffered personal injury or
property damage resulting from
Nazi discriminatory legislation
and inhuman cruelty is a subject
that attracts the interest of all
those interested in the principle
of justice and humanity for all
peoples of the world regardless
of race, color or creed. It is a
question of international law that
is complicated by legal questions
beyond the understanding of the
average layman. It is this prob-
lem which the late Dr. Siegfried
Goldschmidt tackled in a serious
and provocative study, "Legal
Claims Against Germany," pub-
lished by Dryden Press, under
the auspices of the Research In-
stitute on Peace and Postwar
Problems of the American Jew-
ish Committee.
An exiled German attorney
who was widely recognized as
one of the. foremost scholars and
practitioners in the field of inter-
national law. Dr. Goldschmidt,
in a closely reasoned legal argu-
ment, states as his thesis that
individuals have the right, under
international law, to present their
claim for injuries inflicted by
sovereign states. He holds "that
the violation of human rights
and of the postulates of the law
of nature is, and always was, an
international delinquency, and
that the right of resort to the
proper court shall not be affected
by the fact that the claimant is
(or was) a subject of a delin-
quent state, or is now stateless,
or was stateless at the time of
the international wrong." This
new concept, which brushes aside
the thesis that individuals can
sue a sovereign state only through
a sovereign state, has already re-
ceived the support of Jan
Masaryk, former Foreign Minis-
ter of Czechoslavakia, and the
eminent American legal philoso-
pher, Dr. Morris Raphael Cohen,
who has written the book's pre-
face.
Dr. Goldschmidts contentions
may well be the subject of in-
tensive argument and discussion
among legal scientists, but it is
quite evident that Dr. Gold-
schmidt, as Mr. Masaryk says,
performs "a very useful service
not only to the present-day vic-
tims, but also to the future or-
ganization of a better Europe by
his scientific approach to a high-
ly emotional problem.
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8:15 P. M.
ARRANGEMENTS AT
HILLEL NEARLY READY
Extensive arrangements are be-
ing completed at the University
of Miami Hillel house for the
first student Passover Seder to
be held at the house, Thursday
evening, March 29.
The attendance due to limited
facilities will be restricted to 250
including students and their
families, military personnel, and
some of the university officials,
and officers of B'nai B'rith
Sholem Lodge.
A full course Kosher dinner is
being prepared by a caterer and
will be served at much less than
cost to students, and gratis to
service men who have made re-
servations. A few service men
can still procure tickets by phon-
ing Hillel house.
The expenses for the Passover
Seder will be subsidized by B'nai
B'rith Sholem Lodge, while table
decorations will be arranged by
the B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxuliary
of which Mrs. Clara Landau is
chairman. The kitchen of Hillel
house was recently furnished
with necessary equipment by the
B'nai B'rith Advisory Council of
which Louis Heiman is chair-
man. Skull caps, wine and Mazoth
for the Seder are being given
by the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
N. C. IEWISH WOMEN
TO HAVE SPEAKER
The Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
present Mrs. Rose Maurer
through the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Council of American-
Soviet Friendship, on Friday,
April 6, at 3 p. m. at the YM &
WHA, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Maurer will be introduced
by Mrs. Ramona Sawyer Barth
at the Forum to be held in con-
junction with the regular April
meeting which will begin at 2
p. m. The Forum program will
immediatelv follow the business
meeting and admission is 50c per
person. Mrs. Maurer was born in
New York and spent two years
in the Soviet Union after receiv-
ing her M.A. at Columbia Uni-
versity. She taught a course on
Soviet Social Institute at the
Sarah Lawrence College, and has
written "Soviet Children and
Their Care," "Soviet Health Care
in Peace 3nd War," and numer-
ous articles on sociololgical and
political developments in the
Soviet Union.
A. I. C. TO PRESENT
NOTED VIOLINIST
The violin concert featuring the
famed Bronislaw Huberman to
be presented here April 2 under
the auspices of the Women s Di-
vision, American Jewish Con-
gress, jointly with Miss Ruth
Brotman, promises to attract
leading music lovers of the com-
munity. Included on the list of
patrons is Mrs. Arnold Volpe,
Miss Bertha Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Jori Belov, Mr and Mrs Henry
Gregor, J. S. Fraser. Dr. and
Mrs Max Kirsch, Dr. and Mrs.
Phillip Rezek, Dr. Adelc Hamp-
ton, Miss E. Kaplan Mrs. M.
Weiss and Mrs. S. H. Elitzer
Chairman of the affair, which
will be held at White Temple
starting at 8:30 p. m., is Mrs.
Fmanuel Bask.nd. Assisting her
wUl be Mrs. Martha Maurer and
Mrs Ida Silberlicht.
Hubenrian is organizer and now
Concerto in B minor by Men-
delssohn
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DIRECTOR OF PALESTINE ORCHESTRA
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FRIDAY, MARCH 23,]
HOLLYWOOD NEWS B|gOTW fflK^&E
The Passover Festival will be
ushered in this commp week
Synagogues of the Greater Mi-
ami area are spomonng chi;
dren's Passover Sedarirn
XtUBSR ss^*&=c::!
; of Liberation. present a m>...
Rotary Club on Sui rang. Restaurant. and hoteis cater- The program willi include ai series
March 18. During the evening, K",,^nn,lbc for-the special of tableaus. an origmal skit, and
several cartons of cigar He* ^ ^ ,^\^\%TJ'%^ny a holiday quiz program. Parents
home-baked cake-- and gall on -- _;<< "*"* are welcome.
!hf m^mK^^auSoS T men in the, area are Btfe David>, will ta
The L.,s- Audit, em8 &*,& K Edibles3" prepared by
Jewish Community Center of and afforded noSP"^ risterhood. Mrs. Jack August.
Holly SSffl^K fS*SS psident. invites all parents and
SS? 'v- '- "\ >' with Rita with the Great,: Miami Army
H iv',i on T lay rgar ^ M-
and" Saturdaj evenings, March
2:' 30 and 31. Th< rej.....i adi is- seryicemens beaarim.
1. Tick- Due to wai i iditions, only a
I-, club- ted suppjy pi Kosher, Pass-
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Morse Area 1< H
Boul< vard n ''' lay eve-
nings, or by ". ning Holly'
wood 489-J.
ovei n
I ible.
OUR ERROR
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TRA3C M*RK *&+ U. *. PAT. OfT.
EVERYWHERE
D^:r.cu:ei by
NATIONAL BRANDS
In an item in the Jewish Flori-
...- week depicting the
ties given for the
. i men in the area under
:' the Jew ish Wi I-
:..:\ Boai an i rror app> i
M Bi a< Jewish Center
i I 253 servicemen and
Sunday. F<' ruary 27. at
a supper .-: :.- : II y th< S
H A danci follow ed.
friends.
The children of the Schaarei
Zedek Talmud Torah and Sunday
Miami Jewish Or-
x Congregation will con-
duct their annual children s
Seder in the traditional orth
manner al l" a. m. at the Talmud
Torah. Parents, and friends are
I iwing the service,
the Ladies' Auxiliary will be
hosts to the children at a lunch-
eon.
Beth Sholom and Temple Is-
rael relig ools will each
Si ler at 10:30
. and the children of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center will
. their model Seder at 10
o'clock.
DR. KAPLAN TO SPEAK
AT FT. LAUDERDALE
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NOTED LECTURER AT
SPINOZA FORUM
Mrs. Sarah Stem, of New York,
noted lecturer for the Ivris, will
be gu iker at the Spinoza
Forum ng, which will con-
vene under a canopv on the lawn
u: iaJL h?S2 r life A^braM"1 A good buy Is a War Bond. Buy
at 3 p. m. Her topic will be | **'uu Ior C%Cry wm_________
"That Man Heine."
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Mi-
ami Beach, will be guest speaker
at regular services at Temple
Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, Fri-
day evening. Celebrating Isaac
Mayer Wise Memorial Sabbath,
thi rabbi will speak on "Re-
miniscences of My Teacher."
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Auxiliary of Home for
Aged Has Fine Meeting
The newly-organized Women's
Auxiliary' of the Jewish Home
for the Aged held a meeting at-
tended by more than 150 Monday
afternoon at the home, at which
time officers of the organization
were chosen for the coming year.
Mrs, Joe C. Zalis was un-
animously selected president.
Chosen to serve with her were:
Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, first vice
president; Mrs. J. C. Gould,
second vice president; Mrs. M.
Greenberg, third vice president;
Mrs. Bitter, fourth vice presi-
dent; Mrs. L. Wolk, fifth vice
president; and Mrs. Nathan, sixth
vice prcsient. ; recording secre-
tary is Mrs. J. Chavitz; corre-
sponding secretary, Mrs. S. B.
Miller; financial secretary, Mrs.
I. Orlansky; treasurer, Mrs. H.
Dansiger; auditor, Mrs. B. Le-
vine; and serjeant-at-arms, Mrs.
B. Kandel. Board members for
one year are Mesdames A. B.
Meyers, A. M. Bear, L. Brown,
Plotkin, M. Dubler, P. Raidman,
P. Half, Ida Abbott, and M.
Kuperstein. For two years: Mes-
dames B. Appel. F. Land. A. Dar-
sky O. G. Mills, J. Socoloff, F.
Burney, R. Weiss, R. Hurtz, E.
Gluck. For three years: Mes-
cian.es Alfred B. Rosenstcin, D.
Broad, E. Kothlein, L. Pallot, M.
Cohn, S. Weintraub, Mason, E.
Bergman, E. Langler.
The meeting was opened by
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who was
chosen honorary life president.
She outlined the plans of the or-
ganization and was followed by
Alfred B. Rosenstcin, president
of the Home, who addressed the
women. Following her election,
Mrs. Joe Zalis discussed her plans
for the Home. She was followed
by officers of local women's or-
ganizations who brought greet-
ings to the gathering.
The Home is sponsoring two
Sedarim on Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, to which the
public is invited. Julius Rosen-
stein, well-known cantor, will of-
ficiate at both services. Reserva-
tions are now being accepted at
the home 335 S. W. 12th Ave.,
by Sam Aronstein and his com-
mittee, composed of Joseph
Chavitz, Max Greenberg, and Joe
Zalis.
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Union of Russian Jews
Seeks Relatives in U. S.
The Union of Russian Jews, is
in regular cable communication
with the president of the Moscow
Jewish community, for the pur-
pose of tracing persons in the
Soviet Union and helping to es-
tablish contact between relatives
in the USA and in the Soviet
Union.
Among the messages received
from Russia, a great number was
intended for residents of the
State of Florida, many of whom
could not be reached in order
to forward to them the messages
they received, because of insuf-
ficient addresses given in the
cables from the Soviet Union.
Not yet located are:
Malina (or Melinsky, Benny
message from E. Burman.
Maletz, Abraham origin, came
to this country from Grodno
message from R. P. Maletz.
Matis, Jacob and David origin-
ally from Polandmessage from
Josef Matis.
Nathanson, Boris, originally
from the Ukrainemessage from
sister Sofia Nathanson.
Osmanj a professormessage
from Feiga Tartakovsky.
Palei, Ada, who is a teacher of
literaturemessage from cousin
Nechama Tripperman.
Pick, Isaac, message from his
sister Chana Chebrak.
Dr. Radin, origin, of Kaunas
(Kovno)message from Klara
Rosengolz, widow of Faivel.
Rapoport, Sam origin, of Minsk
message from his sister Pessia
Rapoport.
Schnittman, Niura originally
from Odessa from Rebecca
Genelina.
The above names are subject
to change in their spelling, as
they were taken from the Rus-
sian. Therefore the above spell-
ing or any variation thereof may
be possible.
Those who wish more informa-
tion as to the above, or wish
to know how to establish con-
tact with their relatives in Rus-
sia, should get in touch with the
office of the Union of Russian
Jews, 55 West 42nd St., New York
18, N. Y.
COMMITTEE PREPARES
FOR PASSOVER
The Greater Miami Army &
Navy committee of the Jewish
Welfare Board is arranging ela-
borate Passover activities for
service personnel in this area,
Benjamin Lambert, area director,
announced. They include Sedarim
at the Miami Beach Community
Center, Wednesday, March 28,
and Thursday, March 29; at Tem-
ple Israel Wednesday, March 28;
and at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation of the University of
Miami on Thursday, March 29.
Local homes are preparing to
house and feed as many service-
men as possible during the Pass-
over week. Those desiring to act
as hosts for servicemen in this
area are asked to contact Mr.
Lambert at the JWB office
(9-1323). ,
Passover meals will also be
served at a Beach restaurant and
a Passover brunch will be served
Sunday morning at the Beach Y,
with the B'nai B'rith ladies auxil-
iary as hosts.
Servicemen seeking Passover
hospitality must make reserva-
tions ahead, by contacting Mr
Lambert or Chaplain Sol Kraft
at the Cadillac hotel, as only
those procuring tickets in ad-
vance will be admitted to the
functions. Married personnel
must obtain special tickets for
their wives.
HADASSAH TO HOLD
REGULAR MEETING
The Business and Professional
Division of Hadassah will hold
its regular meeting Monday,
March 26, at the Beach YMt ft
WHA 1 Lincoln Road, at b.M
p m. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Milton Sirkin._____________
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116 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3491
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1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
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Alligator Farm
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Bead Bracelets and Bags
Silver Work Indian Dolls
Baskets Tom Toms
Pottery Blankets
Bows and Arrows
Take Bus 15 or 19
Belvedere Hotel
Dining Room
Euclid Avenue at 9th Street
Miami Beach
DINING ROOM OPEN TO
THE PUBLIC
Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00
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Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Reservations in advance for
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Miami Beach
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
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1131 W. Flagler Street
TELEPHONE 2-9392
We Carry a Full Line oi
MATZOHS, WINES
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MIAMI "Y" NEWS
OBITUARIES
A new group of young men and chairman of the constitution corn-
young women was organized by mittec. ______
the Miami "Y" last week. The
irst me ng of the group was 0n Sunday evening, March 25
held aT the home of Mr. and Mrs.! the -y will conduct its, second
W D Singer on Wednesday eve- \ annual teen age Sedar. All pei-
ning/March 14. The purposes of f2 to 18 are urged t<.attend
this group were explained Dy
Mr. Singer in his opening
marks, when he stated, "For a ,
long time the 'Y has felt a need office.
of calling together young men j---------
and young women of the age
groups represented at this gather-
ing. While there are many affairs
for Service Men in this area,
there have been very few- proj-
ects for civilians in which they
can participate. With the return-
ing Service Men coming in, the
'Y' felt that some preparations
must be made to welcome these
men into a group where they
can be properly integrated.
The age groups begin with
girls 19 and young men with 21.
Over 50 people attended the first
meeting. This group is tentatively
meeting on Monday night- at
the "Y" until the permanent or-
ganization is formed. Marshall
Simmons, recent graduate of the
University of Miami and a vet-
eran of World War II, is acting
chairman. Miss Shirley Seithn is
acting secretary. A program com-
mittee of which George Siege!
is chairman submitted projects
for the group. Teddy Sakowitz is
Rabbi Simon April will be guest
speaker. Reservations must De
made immediately at the i
AT YOUR NEIGHBOR-
HOOD GROCER
ASK FOR
Kosher Products
For Passover
by
Sunnybroo
Creamery, Inc.
79 N. W. 20th St.
Phone 9-1977
k
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
ServloM winouncyd through Ojjfttr
Miami STbhtnioal Association are.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
Wednesday eve-

Palm Beach Notes
MBS. MARY SCHREBN1CX RepreeentcrtiTe
Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Rosenwald, 817 Kanuga Dr. and
Julian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Ryder. 1613 Florida Ave., became
bar mitzvah at sen-ices Saturday
morning at Beth El.
Miss Mildred Zamore was ten-
dered a birthday party recently
by Miss Lillian Metz at the lat-
ter's home, 212 S. Sapidella St.
A buffet supper was served to
guests and a huge birthday cake
was cut at midnight by the guest-
of-honor. Among those attending
were Miss Eylvia Rotfeld, Miss
Fave Canter. Miss Ethel Smith,
Mrs. Ethel Canter. Cpl. and Mis.
Sidnev Camm. Pfc. George Win-
chell.'Cpl. Jack Fox. Sgt. Phillip.
James, Pvt. Martin Pine, Pfc.
. ge Livingstone, Spl. Nathan
T kskhaner, Cpl. Lee nard Shore.
and Sgt. Bondy Holcomb, and
Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Metz. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
acted as chaperon.
B'nai B'nth ;_ ts sei
month v .:._ ''
night at Sher Mem I .. with
dent Dave Katz in .....rg
Jocelyn H. Lee U. S. Mi i
Marine junior engineer, returned
from extended sea duty, is here
for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Lee, 306
Valencia Rd. Mr. Lee was enter-
tained this week at the Casa-
blanca by Capt. and Mrs. Samuel
L. Messina.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
rv,t,ve. 761 4Ut St.. Mlsml *<*<*-
N I.. 1> Ml.
Rab'b' Leon Kronish II -: eak on
-The Festival < the Satloi
Cantor Louis H.iym.m ll
I..8.1 th(
... .......
K -
r the week \
.. bar niltsynh
ill be usher, In
. ,. Ices on
and F
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Comerv.itive.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabbalas SI
..-.. red DJ
. e rv leva
illation
. .,: .1 board
R.ibbi
Irving LeM'm.in s ibjvot will
Cantor Emanuel
B.i-k.m 'holr will
. i i;
, will
. v. I the
;an will
- \i Emll
Mi and Mrs
l. s..n ; -.-: .r. will become
... .,'.
- ,.. -i. s lidos
- Inn .1:
will hold
- The AZA-BBG
.v held ftl '.'
c s inda> Bchool
. VVedneS'
: ;!->..'. :.:..! l-'i Ida}
: iivei ed by the

The marriage of Ruth Greene.
daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Greene. 611 27th St., to Herman
M. Holtsberg. of Key West, took
place March 21 at temple Beth
El. with Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein officiating.
The former Miss Greene is a
graduate of Palm Beach High
school and Mr. Holtsberg gradu-
ated from the University of Flor-
ida. Tiie couple will make their
home in Key West.
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413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
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rthe "Oreal Sabbath" pro-
ver) Rabbi Max Shapiro
ih. subject, "The I li''in
Inn!" Passover will in' ushered
in W>ili;"" 7:15. Services will I,.. held Thursday
and Friday mornings Bl B:30. Rabbi
Shapiro's theme for discussion will be
l- l' So I Hfferi in Today?" Bervlres
will i... conducted Thursday and Frl-
day evenings at 7:15. Rabbi Max
C.intor Abraham Fried-
man will ufflclate. Passitver servlcei
fur ih. I n.i..i on will be
:.v and Friday moi
Iren attending th
. N-ill I., excused fn
I -
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
Orthodox. HI Wnihington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Frlda> evening services at
7 I' M Saturda> n ervlcci-
it ml !. i .;. i.:.ill..n .f liar Muz
I II irold. si i Mi ii .1 Mi
R.ibbi Moses Meschelolf
the Bar Mitzvah b-
Cantor Mamches will tini t the \
N i Mlnnlonaire Servlci
egatloi foi
ren ol Rchm!i
i in. \ (I. ual I1 vi
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave -
I HI I',.
in.- ladies Auxiliary will be hosts
Mlnchal and
Sj-haos heudos at 6 30 p. ,. Pas,
m. Wgtawda, .Velng. n
FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
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Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
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ONEQDAY

JOSEPH GARTNER
raMDb Oartntr, 69. pawnbroker In
v 'w'nk N J. 'h ",,me h,'re two
nn.nihsi.K.. an.l realded at 750 Penn-
Mlva.ua Ave., .11.-. Saturday nlftht In
local hoapltal. "' survived by
hi- widow, Mra, Panny Gartner and
,i" sons, Larry. William, Max Henry,
Dave and Lorren, all In Newark,
where the body was sent Monday by
Hlvrslde Memorial Chapel for services
and burial. ____
MRS. IDA HIRSCH
Un Ida Hlrach, Ts. who came from
Chicago four years ago. died Monday
it IStll N. W. Hist St. Survivors In-
clude on, iiMnan. LoulsvtUe, Ky..
and five daufhtera. Mrs. Anna Kosen-
iini and Mr Bessie Yutkin. l>oth of
Miami, and Mrs. Adeline Welnberg,
Mrs Mollle Brademan and Mrs. Pearl
Mlschkitz. all of Chicago. Services
were h.-Iil Monday In Qordon Funeral
me, with burial In Mt. Sinai ceme-
tery. _____
BENJAMIN REISNER
Benjamin Relanar, 62. 9416 Byron
Am Miami [teach, died Monday In
i hi.spilal lie came from Brooklyn
seven yean ago, and was a lunch-
...ii.il.- .|-iaior iii Miami. Survivors
i ml. his wife, Mrs. Anna Kelsner,
M .inn I'., a.li. anil three sons. Maurii-e,
\ V Joseph, Miami Beach, and
Irving, ISA. Bervtcei were held
r i, snay In Riverside Memorial chapel,
with burial I" Mt. Nebo cemetery.
HENRY SHAPIRO
Henr) Shapiro, 6t, Ml Rspanola
tt'av, .Miami Beach, died Monday in
i hoapltal. He oame from New York
City (!> Mars BgO, and is survived
l\ his wire, Mrs. Lena Shapiro; two
daughters, Mrs. Bather Starkman and
Mrs Elisabeth Bokat. and two sons,
Harry ami Morde, all of Miami Beach.
The body was scut to New York by
Riverside Memorial chapel.
INFANT KAPLAN
infant Kaplan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Isadore Kaplan. 1034 Mlchl-
gan Ave., Miami Beach, died Monday
In .1 hospital. Services were eolullli-tei!
Monday In Riverside Memorial chapel.
ami burial was in Mt. Nebo cemetery.
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