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The Jewish Floridian ( February 1, 1946 )

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ampaign Leaders Take Helm for $783,100 Drive >v p Bin of Morris Klast Jacob Slier Sam Blank Harry A. Cornblur Mn. Max Dobrin Samuel Friedland Benjamin Kane M. J. Kopelowitz wis Baron Meyer Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Stan C. Myers Max Orovitz |Y IN COLUMW 3 Nat Roth Monte Selig Carl Welnkl* Mitchell Wolfson fewiislUQIiQddfaun 'fafaTHE JEWISH UNIT Y JT H E IF W I S H WE EKLY 19—NUMBER 5 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS la Council for Judaism Brings >n, Rosenwald Here for Talks ^rris S. Lazaron, rabbi of Baltimore Hebrew congregaLessing I. Rosenwald, president of the American %  Juadism, will speak at Temple Israel, 8 p.m. Wednesr the auspices of the South Florida chapter of the Council for Judaism. They are both founders of the Organization. izaron is a native of the South, born in Savannah, attended school, and is a graduate of the Hebrew lege and the University of Cincinnati. He holds the doctor of literature from Rutgers university. Recently Dr. Lazaron was on the "Town G Meeting of the Air" in debate %  WAMM with Dr. Stephen S. Wise on the IVe subject of a Jewish state in Palestine. Dr. Lazaron was one of the four $250,000 jroup of 50 people, apJy $250,000 was raised 946 Combined Jewish a breakfast Sunday, to Joseph R. Stein, f the initial gifts diviedges were five and ten made last year. Stein initial gifts division % roximately $100,000 in jorted that initial givers impressed with over|gency needs. One man $50 last year has |$5,000 this year, he IN REINSTATED PROTESTS L Sir Frederick Morgan J m a 11 y reinstated as [chief in Germany and iiblic vote of confidence krt Lehman, UNRRA's teneral, this week, fitish officer, who had been ousted for remade about the moveI Jews from Poland into |. occupation zone, had Washington to protest lal charges of religious ch were made against Bdent began Jan. 2 when fecused the Jews of pera "well-organized plan I of Europe.*' The stateBed an outburst of proJewish organizations ers. RABBI LAZARON officiating chaplains representing the Jews of America at the burial of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington cemetery. He is a member of the board of directors of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, and is a thirtythird degree Mason. He holds a majority as a chaplain in the United States Officers Reserve corps. Author of a number of books, he is a frequent contributor to the Jewish and general press. Rosenwald will report on the aims and purposes of the Council and its program for Palestine. He is the son of Julius Rosenwald. noted philanthropist. Rosenweld is retired and devotes his entire time to civic and charity causes, and has been a leader in the American Council for Judaism. (CONTINUED ON PAQE 4J SINGER SELECTS VICE CHAIRMEN FOR 1946 DRIVE Fifteen campaign vice chairmen have been selected bv Win. D. Singer, chairman, to head the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal for $783,100. Pictured on this page with Singer, Campaign Director Morris Klass and Campaign Treasurer Jacob Sher are vice Chairmen Sam Blank, Harrv A. Cornblum, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Samuel Friedland, Benjamin Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz, J. Gerold Lewis, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz. Nat Roth, Monte Selig. Carl Weinkle and Mitchell Wolfson. Singer emphasized what he termed his "good fortune" in obtaining the cooperation of this Rroup • „ J "An executive, he said, is effective only if he is able to draw upon the combined wisdom and counsel of his fellow workers. A cabinet which comprises the best minds, the strongest wills, and the great zeal which characterize the present campaign cabinet, gives us the comforting assurance that we cannot fail. The structure of our own national life is a striking example of how well such a spirit of cooperation can work. A chairman, I am grateful that I shall have available the services of this advisory council. I shall lean strongly upon the campaign cabinet, and their experience and judgment, I am sure, will lead our community to success in this great undertaking in a crucial time in Jewish life." Broad, Van Straaten Named to ZOA Posts Shepard Broad was elected a vice president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America at the convention in Jacksonville last week end under a plan by which the region was divided into states. Alex Van Straaten was elected secretary of the region and Hyman Sootin. I. S. Shapoff. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Alfred Stone. Harold Spaet and Matthew Silverstein were chosen for the administrative board of the region. Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham (CONTINUED ON PAQE S) Security Measures Tightened In Jerusalem, Curfew Continues JERUSALEM (JTA)—A virtual state of martial law was proclaimed this week in Palestine in the form of new defense regulations enabling the establishment of summary military courts comprised of single officers appointed by the general officer in command with unlimited powers to impose any punishment they see fit. The new decrees were an-" nounced as the 14-hour curfew entered its second week, in an extra edition of the Official Gazette, which also carried the following new regulations: 1. Death sentence may be imposed for any terrorist outbreaks, and upon persons who are members "of any group, or any body of persons, any one or more of whom committed, while a member of the group or body, offenses against this regulation." 2. Death or lesser penalties are to be imposed for the possession of fire arms, bombs, ammunition, 1 incendiaries, explosives, or the I manufacture of such. 3. Detention orders can be issued by officers, or by persons specially authorized by the military commander. 4. The Palestine High Commissioner is empowered to deport any person from the country for an indefinite period as long as the order remains in force. He can also order any person outside of Palestine to stay out. Just a few hours before the defense regulations were made public, fifteen armed Jews attacked a military camp near Gaza and escaped with 200 machine guns and a large quantity of ammunition. The raid was carried out at 1:30 in the afternoon by men dressed in uniforms of the Royal Air Force, who arrived in several jeeps. Led by three high ranking officers, the raiders entered the Aquir aerodrome, near Gaza, and demanded the keys to the arms store. They then gagged the four soldiers on guard and departed with the machine guns and the ammunition. Sex Crimes Detailed NUREMBERG (JTA) — Details of sexual crimes committed upon young Jewish men and women by the Nazi authorities at various concentration camps were disclosed this week by former French prisoners who testified at the international war crimes trial. Beach Set to Raise Half of CJ A Goal Special emphasis on reaching the hotel industry and apartment house owners as well as merchants of Miami Beach is being made by members of the Miami Beach campaign cabinet of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. The Beach community is setting out to raise one half of the total $783,100 goal assumed by the Greater Miami area. The Beach campaign cabinet consists of George J. Bertman. real estate: Archie Brick, fruit shippers; Shepard Broad, cochairman. Beach special gifts; Harry A. Cornblum. campaign vice chairman in charge of health and recreation. Mrs. Max Dobrin, campaign vice chairman in charge of general solicitation; Abraham Goodman, cochairman. Beach special gifts; Nat H. Hankoff, hotels: Mrs. Sol Leslie, cochairman, women's general solicitation; Harry Magid. apartments; Murray Maurer. flying squad; David Phillips, cochairman, new gifts; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, cochairman. women general solicitation; Alfred Stone, cochairman. Beach special gifts, and Alex Van Straaten, cochairman. new gifts. Alfred Olian is directing the Beach headquarters which are located in the Beach Y. Jack Marash, executive director of the Y. is assisting in the organization work of the campaign. BERLIN—Sixty per cent of the 8,000 members of the Jewish community of this city are over the age of 50, and only 5 per cent are under 18. There are 28 doctors and 15 lawyers in the community. NEW YORK—Nearly half of the Joint Distribution committee's 1945 appropriations of more than $28,000,000 was used for the emergency care for the surviving 150.000 children of Europe, the JDC has revealed.



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?AUwia£ly> Mr. and Mrs. David cS=Tl^>aj> ,> .toy J-ft-J dent Madison entertained Sunday night in *en. ^ ^^ M B honor of Maj. and Mrs. Harold ^ direc QI ol he Jewish ComRand, who recently returned to munity House at Beijsonhurst the city. Guests included Cap., and wa, d*^-Jjft£ Robert Gamzon of the French cen t dr.ve of the Jewwn r underground and Mrs. lack er ation of Philanthro] Kraft, visitor from Washington, ties D. C. KISSES FOR THE CAUSE Harry Shapiro, executive diThe Nationa i children's Carrector of the Zionist Emergency diac HomR 0 f i;CfcI s uien t tehcouncil. has been vacationing how much they raised at from New York's blizzards tor Sponsors Jamboree Suni i__ Mire I mitfl i. „ lV.rtt il several weeks Miss Laura Kleinman, aunt of Mr. and Mrs Arthur S. Kahn, is visiting at the Hotel Plaza ... Mr and Mrs. Mack Rubel. of NewYork, spent two weeks at the St. George Mrs. Edith Smith and her children are here from Spons„. day, but : ey do rave that it was a complete success. Headline acts from night clubs throughout Dade county volunteered their services, as everyone else from musicians More than to bus : oys ana nei CHUUIBU •> one j e j]ow paved plenty foi Providence, R. L. visiting her QJ Sophie Tuckers kisses parents, Mr. and Mrs George A ,, jo [he good of hc Solanger vcu :: Mr. and Mrs. A. L Wise, of • M ._ an( j Mis. K. Steii the Tamiami hotel are hosts to r .. N. c.. celebrated a number of relatives. Mrs. rig anniversary with nner for 29 guests at Shirley Rothschild Plans June Wedding x I v. ., ; • Homo Ceremony Unites Howard B. Bergers Normadine Boxer was Howard B. Better at he. mother. Mrs. r .2144 8.W. 22nd fternoon in %  cereI by Rabbi Max Shawas attended by Mr. Joseph Better of PittsBn d s,.st.-.-in-law Mrs. Cal Font, sisi r ide, assisted at the n which f-Howed the moth( r, Mrs. Daof McKeesport, Pa., Miami for the wedding. honeymoon in Micouple plans to • burgh. Mrs. Borger in St. Louia and u about a year is a graduate of FRIDAY, FEBRUA^ the University <,r u, Of journal, „ L*** (inranH > 1, -.1, d V one and a hall seas with the Army. *rv M LAW TIBBlfrl Leading Metwp^l Opera Bariton, Sponsored by Gesu Recrealw c^ Ruth Brotman Main* Miami Edison Hiihjfrl 610 N. W. 2nd An Tuesday, Feb. 12, J 8:30 P. M. Ticketa: |1.50, S2.00. t %  3.b0 Piu, TT Store, Red ( D „. •'•! Kodak Dec! C 4"'G*l neict to Church Gu ej from Jan. 22 Ihi Fen .jTl at Miami Br.i h Ron., p"! tal. Saka Fiftn *.. {. *1 Miami Beach R,,ai 0 L,^2\ Eddie'. Nt %  d Slull (CI Wiae'a mother cmd brother, Mrs. Joseph Weiss end Cap:. Shubert Weiss c:e here iron Youngstown Ohio and he: Bister. Mies Blanche Weiss, is here from Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon. Mrs W.se s brother-in-law end sister, are here irorr. Ccr.tor., Ohio. A number oi the founders oi Dr. A. L Sikes — ; OLYMPIA BLDG. THC:. hotel Ian. 23. The Su : ire stopping o\ ."-. :::,s hotel for the season Mr. and Mis. Jack Hit be hosts to Comedienne Belle ei and her two sisters al .3 evening • • Prof, and Mrs. Jerome Davis are stopping at the home oi i the Yeehivah of Ber-s::. : ; Mark Henry Dix. 3701 Sheridan Brooklyn, vecaucr.-ng here ::v ~ Davis, author and world have reported the mortgageburning to H=rry Lar.:. :i: St., another ::_r.;e: The vi ors include Mr. err Mrs Morris Pauker a: tl Mr. and Mrs. Jacol at the Poinciane I and Mrs. M. Strobei r. tl stone and Mi snd 1 Greenfogei al th Triton hotel Mr. ai i L-s Max A Listen 2c Burdine's radio program. "Fashion Time." over WIOD each weekday morning. 8:30 lo 8:45. Revlon's FATAL APPLE Nail Enamel travelei will deliver a lecture %  Russia, Land of Tomorrow," creation hall. Biscayne blvd 2nd Fifth st, this evej THE FURLOUGH FRONT M Z hn spe (r 1 3-c, son ofMri ieZohn, 922 S home with his wife and fhtei after serving 22 the Navy. For the pasi six B he was in Newf nd Myer Greenberg son of Mr. and Mis. Nathan Greenberg, 922 S W. st. has enlisted in the Army ... will lecve Feb. 7 for indu< Ft. McPherson, Ga. ?:.:: tc enlisting Mye: attended the University of Miami, where he joined Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity Staff Sgt Harvey R. Cohen has returned %  TINUED '%  PAGE 6j 60 PLUS TAX A clear, dashing red to complement any costume color you choose you'll find Revlon polish gives you a smooth, even and long lasting manicure. MIAMI STORE TOILETI STREET FLOOR COUPON I enjoy your "The Di %  A Palestii n c • its cost and for your other gi work. i Name Add] Write to Miami Beach Zionist i uivaT' re ol Radi Slati n W A A I. Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. 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[FEBRUARY 1, 1946 +Jewls* ncrkttnr PAGE THREE ision Likely |est Campaign Moses Krieger, a Comaest team captain work• Beach islands area, honor of leading the ipaign parade this week er cent of her quota IrieRer's mark was the 1 the whole Chest orwhich had raised $425,_i per cent of the quota, the fourth report meetfension of the campaign tie Feb. 1 closing date gievitable, according to [Chairman Stanley C. Laid an analysis of the Towed that onjy 32 per %  he prospective contribufccen contacted, yet the Tnt raised showed that [giving had put the apIhead of previous years. fc and leaders alike it the campaign period led for a clean-up of all Bg pledges to raise the tperately needed by the Member agencies which Lre than 200,000 persons IS. Navv jumped to first bng divisions, reporting Eent of its quota at the Jing. Second place was 11 Mtw Retail Merchants di,ion. %  hit'h had led from the |in>'>B of the campaign. >SENTHAL WEDS •RSEY GIRL m thei* Hlvia Hertz of Bayonne, %  erne the bride of EdKenthal Jan. 20 at Beth Uagogue with Rabbi Max Iff.. i;iting. The bride was lay by her uncle, Louis Bo came here from Alwith Mrs. Hertz and Paul. i honeymoon in Havana, ID will reside at 18 N.W. [put of town guests at ling included Mr. and Haar of Bayonne. He first time in ten picHignd Bergman wears %  s clothes in RKO's "NoIngnd says that tests le of 86 costumes before lely varied costumes she the new film were )N ROOFING AND ET METAL WORKS jr roof repaired now; you kve on a new roof later Itisfactory Work by experienced Men" S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 [TncoLn rtlNCOlN ROAD


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£.33^S^SS3*KK;5S I PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Belle Baker to Star In Beth Jacob Show Lending a hand u> the Beth Jacob Sist< ihood, Belle Baker will appear in a show 8:30 p.m. Sunda'j at the congregation buildY SETS DEADLINE FOR TOURNEY ENTRIES Sunday niRht is the deadline tor entering the third annua Greater Miami Table Tenn Tournament to be held Feb. 0 under the auspices of the Beach Y and sanctioned by the L. • Table Tennis association. Entrv blanks have been distributed to all nil* scl Is and the University of Miami as well as other agencies of the community. Among the early entrant! is William Litven. winner of the Metropolitan New York Table Tenn l* At th I ent time. Litven ranks 15th in the VI • nallv has Lo > : Lazaron, Rosenvvald CONTINUeOFBO"^ II witness ; Re^ntlyhewasaitne re ^ Cong ess ana iotl on Anglo-American commit ^ the subject ol !ld the Wch he sition ol l aiesunt .„.,'.,.•. will %  •'. I Bl %  meeting of the Miai tional Council of Jcwu^ 2 p.m. Wednesday flt TfiJ Sholom. lem The meet me wilUfa, by II board nii'i-tingond in honor of Mm rjphn in nonor oi nn, c, at the Francis K. P, rant Well i ing for the benefit of tht S hood's fund to equip its kitchen. Besides Miss Bak MS inclucU the Di cordian artists; Libbii F and Svlvia Gi i Milln n, man, soprano, rano. Miss Brol of the Beaux Art bun au, the shew. Tickets may be i the synai W ave., Mrs Jack heed president, ai WAN TED Kindergarten Teacher for Y. M. H. A. 1S67 S. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-5489 %  PAIN PULLS YOU DOWN hOi N OW.m :• •to eta} full share oft be done. Headache, Muscular Pains, Simple Neuralgia, Functional Monthly Pains si w j down, work, epoil your fun. Havi DR. MIL! • Anti-Pain Pills when ..• of tl have made y<.. Dr. Miles Antipleasant to take, notion. They d I %  tomach A single tablet relief. Dr. Mi are cotnp uti Ii I u vision of C •Cot Pr. Miles at your drug si ace :v.-. i Road din direct* I, Pain Pills are and pi i in n l u] set the ati 1, _-; Ar.ti-Pain Pills i l] er Vnti-Pain Pills tr • ack;ag • % %  as CONCERT Sponsored by the WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Branch 692 of Greater Miami CHAYELE GROBER And VICTOR PACKER Nationally Known Artists in a Program of New Songs and Yiddish Recitations Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 1946 8 p. m. At Miami Beach Senior High School Drexel Ave. #1 14th St. Clarke To Review Churchill Biography If Wins) n C\ archil %  I \ iew ini biography i ly around 1 spot. : Kraui "Win I %  Ral I '•' ix S I lectun :: .'• H I M %  LESS'\G ROSENVVALD I %  I inbui Herbert U. 1 I the S ... %  Carl N %  .". t 1 "In Vain Does Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Right." The Prescription Center 405 LINCOLN ROAD at WASHINGTON AVENUE Proscriptions Called for At Your Senioi and Delivered Promptly Day and Night to Any Part of Miami Beach Telephone 5-J7JJ 9 Modern. Scientific Prescription Laboratory • MARCELLE Hypo-AUergenie Cosmetics • Feminine Hygiene Department • Nationally Advertised Vitamins PRESCRIPTIONS— Our Specialty ACCURACY AND QUALITY—Our Motto YOUR DOCTOR'S WISH-Our Ore* MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OE DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rcbbi S M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor DIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with SEIBERUNG materials. Quality construction and eeonppiy.J'rornpt service. Come m we'll tell you v if your tires ahould be rrcipred. n will add many ol miles *o your smooth t"-i. 5 CONVEN ENT LOCATIONS ^fi**?* ^HONE 2-6133 DIXIE TIRE C? SEIBERUNG TIRES MIAMI u 101 S. W First St '• • %  """ A,e J 3539 N w •• %  • • MIAMI BEACH 1840 Alton Road 945 r <•> %  Cl ConTtniai| terms can be arranged IIIIHIItl IIIIHIIII 2755 S. W. 2"TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DOG TRACK [TOUBY I PAINTING ca 3-5OC0. LlliKSlO AK>trSVa£DG*T*AaOKi \ 669 N.W.6*SttecL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA iiiiiaiiiiBiiiiBnraiiiMi""flMi |1



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FEBRUARY 1, 1948 +Jewlsti h rid inn PAGE FIVE Ruth Juebec \ts to Appear for Workmen's Circle Sunday KAYELE QROBER Chiiv -le Grober. a leading artiste of the Moscow Hebrew theater, and Victor Packer, actor, director and writer, will appear in a performance at Miami Beach High school Sunday evening sponsored by the Workmen's Circle. Branch No. 692. Bencfittinn the Circle's Yiddish schools, the evening will feature folk songs, characterizations and interpretations. Known as the "Jewish Ruth Draper," Mme. Grober has toured Palestine. Rumania, England, France, North and South America. Packer has Rained notice for his new style of rhythmic recitation. Chairman of the affair is Dr. L. Sadoff. M. Gleberman, director of the Circle's Lyceum, will be guest speaker. Leon Elkin and Felix Rosenthal comprise the press committee. Named To ZOA Posts (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) succeeds Mortimer May as president. Adoption of a $75,000 quota for the region's expansion fund and launching of an intensive membership campaign highlighted the conference. The Miami Beach Zionist district with 1.136 members, is the largest single unit in the region. May, new honorary president, reported. May empnaslzed the primary purpose of the Zionist movement—attainment of Palestine as a Jewish commonwealth— in his presidential report. It was brought out at the meeting that the Southeast region, with 7,658 members leads all regions in proportion of its members to the number of Jews in the area. Dr. Emanuel Newman, acting president of ZOA, reported on the convention at a meeting of the Beach district last night. The Bialik Singing society will meet at the Beach Y at 8 p.m. Tuesday for its regular evening of Hebrew. Yiddish and English songs. ;s Laud Miss Brotman rotman, a laureate of the College of Music, has in management of the Tibbet concert to be 12 under the sponsorIs Gesu Recreation Cen% rvicemen. A singer in fight, Miss Brotman has Jin a Joint recital with Kemp Roosevelt, pianlln-law of the late presi%  rotman had a tuitionFear scholarship in Paris with one of the foremost teachers a s s o ciated with Opera Comique and has been heard on various radio stations throughout the U. S. and Canada for over 10 years. She has sung such holes as Juliette. Micaela • in Carmen; La Boheme. etc.. and acter songs in 10 IanPhiladelphia. Miss vas music correspondetroit for eight years Dining to Miami. She nted by the late Ossip C. F. McCLAMMA IPIOMETRIST* nplete Optical Service 148 N. E. 79th ST. PHONE 7-7147 Drive—Modern Way [and Navy Inttructora for Driven Licanaaa [And Auto Taga 5A AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL Kva., M. Bch., Ph. 6-5082 Gabrilowitch, world-known pianist and director of the Detroit Symphony orchestra, who proclaimed her a "fine singer and conscientious musician." 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PAGE SIX Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue f JJ-JJ P. O. Box 2973 ^ fltfto ^— Published EYSTY Friday Sine* 1927 NUMBER 5 VOLUME 19 Miami 18, Florida, Friday. February I, 1946 SHEVAT 30. 5706 SENATORIAL DIGNITY The filibuster against the FEPC bill in the United States Senate has not been a thing at which Americans can pom with any pride. Senator Russell of Georgia read a letter in the Senate charging that this bill which seeks to prevent discrimination m employment against minorities, is actually a measure seeking to discriminate against Christians in favor of Jews. We do not believe that even Senator Russell would have the temerity t make such a statement on his own account. He knows perfectly well that this is the most arrant kind of nonsense, hence he protects himself by presenting it in the guise of a letter. Senator Eastland. of Mississippi, also uttered remarks that s"how that he and the senior Senator from Mississippi. Bilbo, >ee eye to eye—or, more correctly, share in the same astigmatism Their intellectual eyes are badly warped Russell and Bilbo both profess to be Democrats-followers ot Thomas Jefferson, the great founder of the Democratic party. They should retire to their rooms and read the works of Jefferson. Many of Jefferson's sayings would do them good_ One of the best is the statement Jefferson made about the Souths attitude to the Negro. He said, when he thought of that. 1 tremble when I remember that God is just. THE COLLEGES NEED EDUCATION The report of the Unity Committee in New York, headed by Charles Evans Hughes. Jr.. showing the gross discrimination in colleges against Jews, Catholics and other minorities is a shocking document, even though the general existence oi such discrimination has long been known. The body making this investigation was not a Jewish one nor a Catholic one. nor one directed by any other minority. It may be taken for granted that the findings of a group headed by such a person as Charles E Hughes, Jr. can scarcely be open to questioning. To find bias in the unintelligent and riii-raff would be perhaps not surprising, but to find it so strongly entrenched in the very seats of learning is certainly alarming. Very evidently, the colleges which dispense education are very much in need of some elementary education themselves. The revelations by the committee show a want of that moral faculty which should be of the very soul and marrow of an educational institution, but the wrong of it goes deeper than that, if this is possible. As Dr Stephen S. Wise has pointed out, these very same institutions have, in the last decades, obtained hundreds of millions of public moneys under false pretenses. "The community," to guote Dr. Wise, "subsidizes educational institutions in the conviction that they perform a social service." The institutions guilty of this discrimination must be exposed and means found to deprive them of the public funds. Certainly, if we cannot succeed in keeping our educational institutions free from this un-American and Nazi ideology, we can scarcely hope to succeed elsewhere. p.m. p.m CAMPAIGN CALENDAR With*. WCo m Sftb e M u s following BCtlVlt PS ~nt i by CJA workers Friday. Februa-v Ii Women-sB "•* %  Tea, lodr. Si Chapl tin Lei -" -', : ke5k Workers, 10 a.m., 3555 Flamingo dr. Tu ^! n y 'J: m e U n a T ea;2p.m..l384 sViatI ':' Workei Meeting Wednesday. February 6. B. ,ch Spei lal Gifts. Town. Mens Division, H T< %  %  n Y • n Sunday. February 10. Brun SDeakCT Dr. Abram L. Sachar. Tuesday. Febiuary U: WoWs Special Gifts Dr 12 n Luncheon M cirns. Sp :ei W ttoE Gifts. 7 Pm Dinm Speakei I ^ Wednesday, February 13: 7 p.i /ict taurai i Si %  •• Edv a d M urn. ,. Sunday. February I7i t Shipi Divis on, Sunday. February 2i. Kick-OI 'Lill. nt. Medii al, 3 p.m., Social %  ; E. M. Bluestoro Y Monday. February 25: First I • nt. Wednesday, February 27: Second Rei I n I Friday. March 1: Th t. noon, Lillcy s Ri staurant, Monday. March 4: :• th Report, n Rest Wednesday, March 6: Fini I Rei t and Viet p.m.. Ti FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 194J What Can You Spare? (Drawn for Victor; Clothing Collection for Otvrwai Relief by Paul I Batlcnfield, Chicago Time$.) 10 a.m.. Ti mi li ATTENTION NEEDED From all outward appearances, the local Kashrus situation seems to be progressing or at least moving along peacefully. Information crossing our path reveals much to the contrary. Kashrus affairs are at present supervised by two divergent groups and the differences to be ironed cut have been maneuvered into the hands of a sub-group of Federations Committee on Community Needs. Always a difficult problem, Kashrus and its supervision will break forth anew with increased fervor, animosities and unpleasantness if allowed to go untended. The rabbis and laymen of the community who have been so vitally interested must not let this matter continue to lag. Too long a time has alreadv transpired. News In Brief JERUSALEM—The Jewish Agency has attacked the granting of independence to Transjordan as a "crying contradiction" of the Jewish demand for recognition of Palestine as a Jewish state. Moshe Shertok, head of the agency's political department, declared that the Jewish agencv had never considered the separation of Transjordan from Palestine as permanent and that it had "always hoped lor an arrangement enabling Jewjah colonization and JJ>rt „ Jewish-Arab enterprises there. BUCHAREST-The Union of Jewish Communities has appealed to the public prosecutor to punish the editor of "Ardealul." a newspaper recently suspended tor 15 days for spreading antibemitic stories. A Jewish newspaper pointed out this week that such propaganda is not surprising in the light of the fact that Rumania is the only country m Europe where confessed murder ers of thousands of Jews have not been executed. fr !" R F, AL J EM 7Jewisl i "fugees from Poland, who recently were deprived of monthly allowances Rrifui. m durinR the war bv the British government from funds PM££: h ;L ve bee n informed by fha th. il^ les ,n Palestine Personally Speakins (CONTINUED PROM PAGE 2| to the States after spending two years in Panama. After meeting his wile, Florence, in Pittsburgh, he will visit his sister, Theresa, at Penn State before coming to Miami to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec S Cohen. In the AAF three years, he expects his discharge soon r'ire Controlman 2-c Samuel Philip Meyers is home on a three weeks leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Meyers, 2100 S. W, 15th staffer two and one-half years in the service during which he took part in the occupation of Japan. He also served at U. S. bases in Australia and New Guinea. Miss Rosalind Nelson of Brooklyn will be married to LeRoy Levy, of Miami Beach Sunday in a formal ceremony at the Ambassador hotel Ne/v York city Son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Levy. 1542 Jefferson ave the bridegroom-elect was just discharged from the Army after FTO ,h xu e years du 'y i n th %  ." cou P le P lan 'o live in Miami Beach % % % % %  • • %  vr^^r^y.^ Dali i ii | ( Shortage of Professionals Exists )\ h He Colleges Bar J ews ] By BORIS SMOLAR, JTA Columnist While colleqes and universities throughout the country are discriminating against Jewish students, the American Council I on Education has issued a report establishing that America il < entering the postwai period with a serious shortage of doctois and dentists. At least 30.000 additional physicians will be needed in the United States this year, and hardly one-half of this number are available. The shortage of dentists will be j proportionately greater, because the number of dental qraduj ates in the United States decreased nearly 25 per cent during the thirty years immediately preceding the WOT. Thus, today'3 onlv in-O— t'nited States is to ren ain a round 3.600.000 as it is now But everything points to the fad that the I national economy in the postwar period will expand. There willj be. therefore, even e room I for professionals. Significant < %  tintrend in the coll' -• and universities is the fact that onlv lea ; than one-half of 700 of these institutions replied to a recent ; questionnaire asking the proportion of their studentwho were either Jews, or Negr, i ?' Catholics. Among those 'uli preferred not to answer this Questionnaire are most ol the law i colleges. instance. saves more m taxes Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker, |r. are the parents of a boy born Wednesday a. S, Francis! hospital. Mr. Tucker will ar nve here from HunUville, Ala ^•JWffaar n i age ips. Yet. t iota svstem and etlv | ticlist Jew i st idi nts is limii ting Ji xs chieflv : the field ol medicine and lenl • Thi tendei v of Jewno ntrate in ns is due. %  ind, to the disci bai ring the entr my other ere no more tudi nts in thi Uniti St %  135-36, This mean sh student I" The 1938 \v• non-Jewish students is on< stud< nl to every 100 people. TI en • ng is that the a Jewish : law % %  %  : is not to think. In 1938. t eragi income of a licinj i : iai was s.4.400 a nnual income 52.900, and of a %  i are. of • > including some n inv times the Re, and some who hardly DETRIMENTAL PREJUDICE os and ni V '.' n ination a Tits is being thi quiet." it is *? !" to mention that %  %  nstitutions of V "I dollars ellowships and '.'••' torstoAmeriniveraities In the Jew.-h,. "'" '''ties. %  itions seem to limit the enroUIK.-., than a the b ing mFour Winds Airport Seeks Okay On Site Seeking rezoning of T-'irr.mus I Island to permit opening f I airport there, the Foui in Air Association. Inc.. will DP<* before the Miami Beach enj | council at 10 a.m. Wednesday" the city hall. The proposed airport, vf^l of British Sportswoman BeW, Carstairs. has alreadv been aoproved bv the U. S. Civil Ae^nautics authoritv. There w"" no night operations at the oas? the economic interests of MP eiiuntiv ti i,. i_ '• "' %  I t has been eatabket needs 30 ooo f n SS,ona mar everv Vfcar lf; !" l new entranU nv, Tl hpr of BrM^ 1 "? 1 if the or Drofp^i nri ls m lhe NEW YORK—Dr. Abba Hiltd Silver and Dr. Stephen S. w* %  oint chairman of the Amcrictf Zionist Emergency council. na rnlW on President Truman, 1 "insist on the inadmissibiliu the British governnint S mi !" tion of separating Transiordan from Palestine perm.,nentiv__ DRIVE EXTENDED Dad* County's Victory Closing campaign for overseas relief has DNS extended unw Feb. 10. Mrs. Murial H** chairman of the Miami Beach effort, reported WednesdayThe driTe. which *" have ended yesterday. %  been extended by n ,Ion J headquarters, said Mrs. HirK* because it was lagging in parts of the nation. ion*



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FRIDAY, FEBR UARY 1. 1946 *-Jenistrhridictr %  BAGS SEVEN ACCENT ON SAFETY PROGRESS AND SAFETY Will bo accentuated by the Four Winds Air Association, Incorporated, of Miami Beach at the base proposed for Lummus Island, south of MacArthur causeway and over one-half mile from the nearest Miami Beach residence. THERE WILL BE NO NIGHT OPERATIONS AT THE BASE. Already approved by the U. S. Civil Aeronautics Authority, the airport will maintain a direct control tower from which experienced. CAA-licensed operators will direct ak traffic of private planes within a radius of two miles ot Lummus Island. The field manager will have full CAA authority to ground or revoke the license of any pilot who violates the rigid safety rules under which the akport will be operated. THE ACCENT WILL BE ON SAFETY. Miami Beach citizens who look to the future will demand these measures of safety. Under the controlled traffic pattern, planes from the base will be prohibited from flying over the residential islands and the residential and business areas of Miami Beach. Isolated on all sides by the waters of Biscayne Bay. noise from the motors of the LOW-POWERED PRIVATE PLANES will not be noticeable in any Miami Beach area ... because all planes will take O JJJP* land from east-southeast, making right turns away from the islands and Miami Beach, and from west-northwest, making left turns away from Miami Beach and the islands. ** ^.^ „. ( l v • **mm WQ0* **" The era of aviation is here ... and nothing can stop it. Flying by private plane will be the foremost means of travel in the future. Experts estimate that within ten years half the tourist travel to Miami Beach will be by^private plane. Will Miami Beach be prepared to accommodate this influx of highly desirable visitors and prospective home owners? Modern landing field facUities must be provided for this air traffic, which wul.contribute greatly to the enormous additional tourist trc.de o(the_ f uture. Miami Beach citizens must NOW insist upon the provision o such farfhties by urging the City Council of Miami Beach to approve the zoning lLumnu* island to permit construction of the Four Winds Akport .or such leadership wiU be assumed by other communities which will reap the benefits! In behalf of SAFETY and PROGRESS, urge every member of the


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PAGE EIGHT j&lstfkridiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY CAN YOU LOOK INTO HER EYES? i I S YOUR CONSCIENCE CLEAR? Have you done everything in your power to put ilesh on the bones of this emaciated Jewish child, to cure her illness and clothe her nakedness? She is all that is left of a family of five. Of 1.500.000 Jewish children in pre-war Europe only 150.000 are alive today and the majority of them are orphans. They need not only food, medicine and clothing, but the loving care that every child needs for 3 normal life. They are the responsibility of the American Jewish community. They are the responsibility of Miami Jewry. They must be saved now through the Joint Distribution Committee with funds contributed to the SI 00.300.000 United Jewish Appeal campaign. The Jews in Europe can be saved. They can be snatched from death if the agencies oi the United Jewish Appeal receive our sacrificial support. The Joint Distribution Committee will provide immediate relief, medical care and facilitate emigration; the United Palestine Appeal will resettle them in the Jewish National Home where they can once again breathe the air of freedom; ..and ths National Refugee Service will aid the readjustment of those who come to the United States. We in the Miami area must join with our fellow-Jews throughout the country in support of the historic $100,000.000 campaign of the U.J.A. The 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal of Miami must raise S783.100 if we are to do our part for the survival of the Jewish people. Look into the eyes of this little girl and let your heart dictate your action 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL IGRESS BUILDINC. w %  # \l L-/ \l_ 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA



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CYTFEBRUARYJ, 1946 +JewisMk)ridrter? PAGE NINE ElELS EPT 1 riivision of the 1946 K 'Vw'h Appeal has set C of $250,000 for teeirgroup [;;;',. cominR campaign, fieb. 24 I %  %  '.' „ workers have pledged feves to success so that the F": ma homeless n Europe feivehope! food, clothing £," h ,'m l ;'n Nat H. Hankoff exfc I'" feeling of the hotel III saving. "The hotel divi^ r,!u:;;,I'aNts,lf to raise the Lcedented amount of $250,fShelp alleviate the distress fthc 1.250.000 remaining Jews t„,ii countries. We are the fSon to start activities In %  ,. m campaign in Greater Mi1 and as such we wiU this year [. ,, „,„•,• for the other diviIf of the drive and for the I??'Greater Miami drive for b Kin is the first major cam%  :;, to be conducted this year buKh'.ut the country. The fes, portion of the funds raisIw'ill C" to the United Jewish L,al which is seeking $100.[oon nationally. t Hankoff are: Irving t,k.-l. Normandie hotel: bam|li ,vi Charles hotel; and Sam1 Lachman, Clinton apartment s. Raidman Hostess Fund Raising Event Pi ;i Raidman will be l,ss iii .i Palestinian tea and partv at 8 p.m. Sunday at [ V foi the benefit of the Istinc Emi rgency fund of the fi, Women's Organization. i No. 1. he fund-raising affair will teaa :, port of the recent 20th tail convention of the national faiizatiun by Mrs. Norman J1>S, who was a delegate; songs ISallv Goodman and Irene kelbaum, and a review of E. Pilli r's "Time Bomb." a book subversive activities by Irene lbs. |i Henry Seitlin is assisting .: angements. lure of Democracy I Be Topic At Center bntinuinc its "Can A Sick 111 Get Well?" forum, the mi li. ii h Jewish Center will (net ,i discussion on "Can Democracy Have a Future?" p.m. Wednesday evening. Best speakers will be Rabbi ADpelbaum and Dr. Glenn lames, minister of the White |plc. Miss Malvina Weiss will i 'ileiatur. ji im will he preceded by It education classes from 7 eaV Hoi* £ MS DRINK PLENTY OF Water "tilVtlEQ TO YOUR HOME SE OF SIX BLE BOTTLES ALLON BOTTLE 'MM Bottle Depoiiti PHONE 2-4128 80c 70c ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH ES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IE. BRONSTON. Realtor para.*^ta TALS LEASES SALES Lot*. Homes, Hotels r • 8c Commercial Bldgs. M CILLER, Realtor J.D.C.'s First Aid Goes to Children Key West Hero Wins Bronze Star Medal Capt Sidney M. Aronovitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitz. of Key West, has been awarded the bronze star medal by Brig. Gen. Paul L. Hanson, chief of staff of the Berlin district. The statement said. "The award was given to Capt. Aronovitz for meritorious achievement as battery executive officer. Battery C, 750th field artillery battalion, on March 20. 1945. He commanded a volunteer section of howitzers on a hazardous mission against pillboxes in the Siegfried line. Although under constant mortar fire from enemy troops, he so directed the section's fire that that the infantry was able to breach the line." In five countries alone, more than 25,000 Jewish children are returning to health and vigor in the Joint Distribution Committee eliild eare program*. Top left, children for whom the J.!>.(.. provides schooling, medicines, food and clothing in a French urplianage. Bottom left, Jewish youngsters in the playground of a J.D.C.-supporled home in Belgium. Above, children moving into new apartments in Salzburg, Austria, secured for Jewish families by J.D.C in co-operation with U. S. Army authorities. J.D.C activities throughout the world are dependent on the 1946 $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Aooral for overseas needs, refugees and Palestine. Met Baritone To Sing At Benefit Concert Distinguished residents and guests have been invited to attend the Lawrence Tibbett concert, to be presented the evening of Feb. 12 at Miami Edison High school for the benefit of the Gesu Recreation center, a non-sectarian establishment. Among those who have received invitations are Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill and his party. One of America's most popular concert and radio artists. Tibbett will be making his second professional visit to this area. Miss Ruth Brotman of the Beaux Arts bureau has arranged the performance. The outstanding baritone has been a favorite at the Metropolitan Opera house since 1922 when he made his debut in Faust. Honorary patrons for the concert are the Gov. and Mrs. Millard Caldwell, Mayor and Mrs. Perrine Palmer, jr., the Rev. Monsignor William Barry, Father John Hector McAtec. Father Florence Sullivan. Other patrons are Dr. and Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crandon, Mrs. Kenneth Keyes, Misses Lena and Mary Lechich, Joseph Lechich. Mrs. Hugh Mateson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Renuart. Mrs. D. L. Twyman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Usina. Mr. and Mrs. Mieael Whelan. Palm Beach MRS. MABY SCHREBNICK, Representative Rabbi M. Greenstein represented the Palm Beach community at the Southeast Zionist conference in Jacksonville this week. Dave and Leon Goldsmith arc North on business. in his workshop last week. He had been a resident of Palm Beach for a number of years. The body was accompanied North by his brother. Meyer Wolfe was found dead Phil Blicher is recovering from an appendectomy. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. • FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST P.ALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairias Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE Cat fcstSU %  "%  VV^V-WV %  VMMW*^^^^^^^^**^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL %  SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. CHANKOS CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY Out-of-towncrs and Miamians gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, 3199 S.W. 26th st., recently to help celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L. Chanko, winter visitors from New York. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. Kameroff, Mrs. S. Sionsky, of Miami; Mrs. S. Tilochnekf and Mrs. L. Spanol, of New York; Mrs. J. Lecovin and Mrs. M. Kavner. Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. W. Migraim. Glen Falls; and Mr. A. Glass. Harrisburg, Penna. BPW Holds Bingo Party For Medical Program A bingo party, second fund raising affair given by the Business and Professional division of Hadassah for the Hadassah Medical organization in Palestine, will be held at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Arlington hotel, 455 Ocean dr. Merchants of Greater Miami have donated prizes which include a basket of fruit to be given away as a door prize. Admission is one dollar. Miss Edyth Fleischer is chairman of the affair and is assisted by Ann Patz, Bess Golden, Svlvia Abrahams, Claire Levine. Bess Goner and Use Frankel. Renee Kerman. just back from Palestine, was guest speaker at the division's meeting Monday.. NHJC To Meet At Beach Mrs. Ann Tannen will be hostess to members of the National Home for Jewish Children 1 p.m. Tuesday at her home, 4560 Post ave. Cards and mah jongg will follow the short business meeting which will be concerned with plans for a night of games to be held March 26. File YOUR INCOME TAX By Mail PHONE—or if vou live out of town write for our simple instruction form. Let us prepare your returns now. File later with internal revenue any time up to March 15th. BE SURE FEEL SECURE MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART. Tax Division 7117 Biscayne Blvd. J. E. MARQUA. Director Ph. 7-0663 IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI LIAIIE FMMILUL •^ OF MIAMI 41 NOITHIAIT HUT AVIMUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay oil Mortgagee without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. 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FEBRUARY 1. 1946 +Jewish fhrkttan PAGE ELEVEN IE SERIES r Putterman, cantor of Avenue synagogue of rk will present a concert I w and Yiddish liturgical Lgtmian art songs Thursy %  Miami Beach Senil under the aus'i r^trr Miami Jewi i ommittee. the "first AmericanIntor," Putterman is a omiii, radio and RCA artist. He is soloist on fekly "Eternal Light" it. jgation To Meet : Hebrew School and JunIgregation will hold a |8 p.m. Wednesday at the Temple. Myron Newresident, has appointed lis Newman. Jules Wil[Jatk Stone to the execu%  mittee which has charge iPurim Ball to be held |o ul the Moose Hall, ophie Moss, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Bess Feldan |in charge of tickets. Couf tin' i efreshnient cornMrs H. Pearl and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rutansky [in charge of a fund-raisfcct, lullWilson and Myron were hosts to the organreci ntly in honor of Nat He's birthday. JBLISH RECIPES pipes are being sought by [ram book committee of li B'rith Women for the lion they will issue at falentine's day fashion nd luncheon. The affair | held at the Terrace resret Newman will stage which will include 30 |es of slack suits, play land cocktail frocks. Furs Meander's will also be exenrolls Woman fNNATI. O.—Miss Claire of Birmingham, Ala., is woman student in Hejnion college history to its department of relucation. jpects to go into the field Wi education. Temple Sisjand Hillel activities, but to set up religious TO SHARE share my beautiful [with a Kosher Tourist at 15G1 Lenox Ave., Mrs. Malek. lotta Qtotltm* [Complete Department %  Ha With Quality Merchandise. 9ton kr: at 13th St. Miami Beach for your convenience } Brother's New ApL nd Accessory Store Hagler St.. Miami "|||"|| ilimil in lluiiiJIiillii .iii.JI,:;]|„ii,; IN GREATER MIAMI BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets We've ThouQht of Everything At THE DORCHESTER Collins Ave. at 19th St. OPEN And Accepting Reservations Private Beach and Pool Private Parking Space FINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine f f % E K V Iso x 0 R I D A i I I N I S I A •.' t I L A N 11 W T. M D I N N t K *\li 4 li ss %  • :,. v. 1 ..:*." R E V L I N HOTEL Collins Avenue at 13th St MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M. Dietary Laws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668 PAPPY'S MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED Specialising in ... • FINE FOODS COLLINS AT 20TH BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs of Bee! S A.M.-3 A.M. Rose Gershwin, mother of George Gershwin, replied to comments that the film, "Rhapsody In Blue," was not a true film of GeorRe. 'They spent millions on it. didn't they?" she stated. Hollywood's influence on Mrs. Gershwin was revealed when she disclosed her memorial to her son is the mausoleum she built at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Westchester N.Y. Every instrument is carved into its columns and the glass in the windows is blue for "Rhapsody." 23! t' %  J .... 11. .,I ; I r.Nnr.ll. Joter steaks that win mi-It In your mouth served la Hi.roolrsl i.li. In tuwa from 4 10 midnight. New Orleans eulslna — Musle by Marty Raye at the plans In the cocktail loaase. •26 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8711 iftjwivw^x 1 %  33rd St. Jjjg/Ug&i 11 1 f! i H i €£ nHBHCHHHBKHHffiB !ii*ffi^Ji *£,tar?rt^.BSiSi*S* ige^eSSS&E"



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FRIDAY, FE EBRUARY DADE COUNTIANS %  i 0, 'H, what most of the human race would give to be in your shoes! Clothing that you may consider old can bring new life to some suffering person to whom war brought despair and destitution. Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems negligible, bear this in mind: Every garment you give means one more human being saved from told or sickness or possibly death. About 25,000,000 people overseas received clothing collected from Americans last spring. But for evenperson clothed so far, a dozen more remain virtually threadbare. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. Dig into your attics, trunks! and closets today ... dig out all the serviceable clothing you can possibly spare... take it to your local collection depot now. If you doubt the need for it overseas, ask the boys who've been there! What YOU. Can Do! M Get together all the clothing you can spare. li Take It to your local collection depot immediately. tl Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY i *'"•• V; fT§*ij5*!(i^i .'4&*r?ffiTL IH^B|HBBM8BBB



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FEBRUARY 1. 1946 tJewlstitJcrMtofi PAGE THIRTEEN h, what theyd give be in YOUR shoe V%  :y y\i iMh 11 imlft .&L*$ yp m m 3$mm Jv'l .•->*Si"!'?^*^ SfllF I.*M ICTIGNf for Overseas Relief ction. and is sponsored by the following Miami and Miami Beach Hotels: PATRICIAN HOTEL 3621 Collins Avenuo SILVER PALM HOTEL 3700 Collins Avenue >BERT RICHTER HOTEL 3301 Collins Avenue WILSH1RE HOTEL 3710 Collins Avenue GREENVIEW HOTEL 1671 Washington Avenue CARIBBEAN HOTEL 3737 Collins Avenue EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL 1410 Ocean Drive Gfossinger's Pancoast Hotel 2901 Collins Avenue PATRICIA HOTEL 312 S. E. 2nd Avenue Mia*" PLAZA HOTEL 316 Biecayne Blvd. Wami M&*^ %  ^Mm^ves^ ml ^< ..•*< 0G& SL •*' ,"*vW*j*****l-\\0 IMPERIAL HOTEL 50 N. W. 8th St Miami LEAMINGTON HOTEL 307 N. E. First St Miami TAMIAMI HOTEL 203 W. Flagler St. Miami LYNN PARK HOTEL 27 N. E. 4th St. Miami NEW PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. First St Miami T 1 i 1 Hi 11 i i H^BHBfflHS &£*?~



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K^TBRU ARY 1, 1946 -Jewlsi Hadassah Affair Aid 3 Projects lun.or Hadassah girls have put d( M!I other work to devote li, time to arranging their 1V ,1 t„ be held Sunday eves R from 7 till midnight at the Proceeds from the carnival will divided among Hadassah's %  uth Al.vnh project, the Jewish lional Fund and the Joint PalTin,. Administration Fund. hce President Gene Bushell. L is general chairman, an,ncrs that many local shops „" donated prizes which will Auctioned off by Lester Hart. ke booth committee, headed liui-ille Yagoda. has planned b.ngo dancing, fortune telling pitching pennies, among Her features. hgo working on the carnival Natalie Frankel. Junior Habah president; Toby Cooper. chairman; Miriam Felt, rethmente: Goldie Goldre.ch and Jvn Shorofsky. donations; Eothy Sussmann. Doris Albin Charlotte Abrams. bulletin; jvnn and Jacquelyn Drosd. (orations. ISSOVER PRICES SET totels and restaurants will not permitted to charge higher Ice-; during Passover and Lasholidaya this year, according Ian amended ruling announced Humid H. Martin, district Ice executive for OPA. Martin that under the new ruling over and Easter are not contend legal holidays and regJr (lav price ceilings will prell as mi any other day. ^^^^ Service Parade Discharged from the Navy after three years' service, Manny Berliner. 541 S. W. 2dth rd.. is planning to resume his studies at the University of Miami where he was formerly captain of the university tennis squad and sports editor of the weekly newspaper. Berliner is the son of Mrs. C. Berliner. Vomen's division. American ish Congress announces that I donor dinner Feb. 10 has been anged to the Latin Quarter km the restaurant originally hcduled. Lt. Col. William Berman, executive secretary of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S., overseas shipments of bats, baseballs, footballs, boxing gloves and other athletic equipment to athletic officers of our occupation troops in Germany. P.-T. A. Launches Drive For New Members Beth David P.-T. A., which will meet at 2 p.m. Monday at the Talmud Torah, has launched a membership drive which includes a contest among Sunday school classes to bring in new members. Highlight of the meeting Monday has been announced as a "get acquainted" feature. Projects of the P.-T. A. include Sunday morning services and brunches for the Confirmation and Bar Mitzva classes and a home study group for children aged 7 to 9 taught by Mrs. Joel Belov. TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform Fridav evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will deliver the first of three sermons on books with a message: I. "The White Tower," by James Ullman. Reci ntion in Kaplan hall, Mesdames Frank A. Perlman, Albert E. Rosenthal, Adolph Wertheimer as hostesses. Sabbath services. 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conservatire Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Andrew Gottschall, regional director of National Conference of Christens and Jews, will describe "An Adventure in Brotherhood." Social hour will follow. Sabbath services. 8:30 a.m. Student services. 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David Washer to be hosts at Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morning in honor of their son, Jay's birthday. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman s sermon will be on "The Romance of Judaism." Saturday, B a.m.. the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion of the law. Junior serices. 10 a.m. Story-telling hour, Saturday. 3 p.m. LI. (jg) and Mrs. W. H. Koblenz are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirstein, 1335 S.W. 18th st., pending Lt. Koblenz' discharge from the Navy. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koblenz, 2719 S.W. 19th ter.. Lt. Koblenz saw action in the Pacific aboard the USS Pittsburgh and the USS South Dakota and is authorized to wear six ribbons with four battle, stars. He and Mrs. Koblenz plan to return to Memphis, Tenn., where he will complete his course at Southern College of Optometry and obtain his doctorate. BOATMEN WARNED Boat operators are warned by the City of Miami Beach that until Apr. 1, the bridges on the MacArthur causeway will not be opened between 7 am and 9 a.m. and 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.; except that the west drawspan shall be opened at 8 a.m. and the east drawspan will be opened on the half hour and even hour of the morning period. The east drawspan will be opened at 5:30 p.m. and the west drawspan will be opened on the half hour and even hours' of the afternoon period, for sufficient time to pass any boats awaiting passage. Capt. Albert Ossip is out of uniform after four years in the Army and is back with the Feuer and Ossip Insurance agency. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services, 10 a.m. at Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. Daily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chose Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronrsh will speak on "The Legacy of One Man" in observance <>f the birthday of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt. Social hour follows with the Mesdames Joseph Fenias. George Bertman, Inae Bruck and Milton Braunstein as hostesses. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox ... Friday night forum, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will sueak on "A World of Law." Adult services Saturday, fi30 a.m. Sermon topic: "Judges." Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior services. 10 a.m. Bible study with 5. I. Friedman, 4 p.m. Rabbi S. Krulowitz of Brooklyn, guest speaker at Shalos Sudos. 5:30 p.m. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder and honorary president of the Miami Women's auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, is chairman of the membership tea which the auxiliary will hold 2 p.m. Thursday at the Beth David Auditorium. The program includes an address by Rabbi Max Shapiro, main speaker; a description of the auxiliary's first term of work by Mrs. Joel Zalis, president; "Care of the Aged." a talk by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach auxiliary; and a speech on the founding of the Home by Mrs. Joe Fine. The musical portion of the program will be provided by Cantor A. S. Friedman and several professional entertainers. Members of the reception committee for the tea are Mrs. Zalis, Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. Lena Mason. Mrs. H. Danziger. Mrs. Essie Bergman, Mrs. Miriam Gould and Mrs. L. Brown. Mrs. Paul Raff is chairman and Mrs. C. Gluck, cochairman, of the refreshment committee. Following a decision of the membership Tuesday, Mrs. Zalis announced that nominations and elections have been postponed till April. Irving Leibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leibson. 820 Collins ave.. has been appointed to the U. S. Coast Guard academy at New London, Conn., class of 1949. Leibson is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school and received a degree of bachelor of chemical engineering from the University of Florida last year. OHLINGER AND BLAIR SEEK GRAND SLAM "Stop Ohlinger & Blair" has been the cry of dogmen ever since the 1945-46 meeting got under way at West Flagler Kennel club. But so far nothing has been able to prevent the famous kennel from dominating the purse-winning at the westsidc oval and prospects of anybody doing it in the very near future look none too bright. Possessing one of the greatest kennels of dogs in the history of greyhound racing, the Ohlinger & Blair Kennel has been setting a dazzling pace since coming to West Flagler and now appears headed for a grand slam of West Flagler's four major stake races— the Inaugural Stake, the $1,000 Nursery Stake, the $2,000 Futurity and the Flagler Derby. The score to date is two under the belt and two to go. The Ohlinger & Blair Kennels won the Inaugural Stake championship with Flashy Sir and recently annexed the 1945-46 running of the Flagler S1.000 Nursery championship with What Next Now the Kennel is shooting for the $2 000 Futurity crown with several brilliant two-year-olds. In the Derby, the fourth big Flagler stake race which will come on closing night, the Ohlinger & Blair Kennel is counting on the fastest dog of modern racing, Flashy Sir to give the kennel its grand slam of dog racing. SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Electrologist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Years of Successful Practice In New York, New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools" Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH B^fjgfc ? %  %  Give to the Blood Bank Many of your friends have been generous donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County. How about you? A certain quota is required at all times to provide for emergencies which may arise in the community. To fall below this quota could be dangerous for the welfare of our neighbors, and ourselves. Remember many lives might be at stake. Why not call some of your friends and all go together? Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County i t Ii t 1 I Hi; HBDHBI ttam %  tt)£8li~£i:~-;-.



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ampaign Leaders Take Helm for $783,100 Drive
>v p Bin of Morris Klast
Jacob Slier
Sam Blank Harry A. Cornblur
Mn. Max Dobrin
Samuel Friedland
Benjamin Kane M. J. Kopelowitz
wis Baron Meyer Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Stan C. Myers Max Orovitz
|Y IN COLUMW 3 ---------
Nat Roth
Monte Selig
Carl Welnkl* Mitchell Wolfson
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19NUMBER 5
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
la Council for Judaism Brings
>n, Rosenwald Here for Talks
^rris S. Lazaron, rabbi of Baltimore Hebrew congrega-
Lessing I. Rosenwald, president of the American
Juadism, will speak at Temple Israel, 8 p.m. Wednes-
r the auspices of the South Florida chapter of the
Council for Judaism. They are both founders of the
Organization.
izaron is a native of the South, born in Savannah,
attended school, and is a graduate of the Hebrew
lege and the University of Cincinnati. He holds the
doctor of literature from Rutgers university. Recently
Dr. Lazaron was on the "Town
G Meeting of the Air" in debate
Wamm with Dr. Stephen S. Wise on the
IVe subject of a Jewish state in Pales-
tine.
Dr. Lazaron was one of the four
$250,000
jroup of 50 people, ap-
Jy $250,000 was raised
946 Combined Jewish
a breakfast Sunday,
to Joseph R. Stein,
f the initial gifts divi-
edges were five and ten
made last year. Stein
initial gifts division
?roximately $100,000 in
jorted that initial givers
impressed with over-
|gency needs. One man
$50 last year has
|$5,000 this year, he
IN REINSTATED
PROTESTS
L Sir Frederick Morgan
J m a 11 y reinstated as
[chief in Germany and
iiblic vote of confidence
krt Lehman, UNRRA's
teneral, this week,
fitish officer, who had
been ousted for re-
made about the move-
I Jews from Poland into
|. occupation zone, had
Washington to protest
lal charges of religious
ch were made against
Bdent began Jan. 2 when
fecused the Jews of per-
a "well-organized plan
I of Europe.*' The state-
Bed an outburst of pro-
Jewish organizations
ers.
RABBI LAZARON
officiating chaplains representing
the Jews of America at the burial
of the Unknown Soldier at Arl-
ington cemetery. He is a member
of the board of directors of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, and is a thirty-
third degree Mason. He holds a
majority as a chaplain in the
United States Officers Reserve
corps. Author of a number of
books, he is a frequent con-
tributor to the Jewish and gen-
eral press.
Rosenwald will report on the
aims and purposes of the Council
and its program for Palestine. He
is the son of Julius Rosenwald.
noted philanthropist. Rosenweld
is retired and devotes his entire
time to civic and charity causes,
and has been a leader in the
American Council for Judaism.
(CONTINUED ON PAQE 4J
SINGER SELECTS
VICE CHAIRMEN
FOR 1946 DRIVE
Fifteen campaign vice chair-
men have been selected bv Win.
D. Singer, chairman, to head the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
for $783,100. Pictured on this page
with Singer, Campaign Director
Morris Klass and Campaign
Treasurer Jacob Sher are vice
Chairmen Sam Blank, Harrv A.
Cornblum, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Samuel Friedland, Benjamin
Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz, J. Ger-
old Lewis, Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er, Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Max Orovitz. Nat
Roth, Monte Selig. Carl Weinkle
and Mitchell Wolfson.
Singer emphasized what he
termed his "good fortune" in ob-
taining the cooperation of this
Rroup- j ,
"An executive, he said, is ef-
fective only if he is able to draw
upon the combined wisdom and
counsel of his fellow workers. A
cabinet which comprises the best
minds, the strongest wills, and
the great zeal which character-
ize the present campaign cabinet,
gives us the comforting assurance
that we cannot fail. The structure
of our own national life is a
striking example of how well
such a spirit of cooperation can
work. A chairman, I am grateful
that I shall have available the
services of this advisory council.
I shall lean strongly upon the
campaign cabinet, and their ex-
perience and judgment, I am sure,
will lead our community to suc-
cess in this great undertaking in
a crucial time in Jewish life."
Broad, Van Straaten
Named to ZOA Posts
Shepard Broad was elected a
vice president of the Southeast
region of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at the convention
in Jacksonville last week end un-
der a plan by which the region
was divided into states.
Alex Van Straaten was elected
secretary of the region and Hy-
man Sootin. I. S. Shapoff. Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Alfred Stone. Har-
old Spaet and Matthew Silver-
stein were chosen for the ad-
ministrative board of the region.
Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham
(CONTINUED ON PAQE S)
Security Measures Tightened
In Jerusalem, Curfew Continues
JERUSALEM (JTA)A virtual state of martial law was pro-
claimed this week in Palestine in the form of new defense regu-
lations enabling the establishment of summary military courts
comprised of single officers appointed by the general officer in
command with unlimited powers to impose any punishment
they see fit.
The new decrees were an-"
nounced as the 14-hour curfew
entered its second week, in an
extra edition of the Official Ga-
zette, which also carried the fol-
lowing new regulations:
1. Death sentence may be im-
posed for any terrorist outbreaks,
and upon persons who are mem-
bers "of any group, or any body
of persons, any one or more of
whom committed, while a mem-
ber of the group or body, offenses
against this regulation."
2. Death or lesser penalties are
to be imposed for the possession
of fire arms, bombs, ammunition,
1 incendiaries, explosives, or the
I manufacture of such.
3. Detention orders can be is-
sued by officers, or by persons
specially authorized by the mili-
tary commander.
4. The Palestine High Commis-
sioner is empowered to deport
any person from the country for
an indefinite period as long as the
order remains in force. He can
also order any person outside of
Palestine to stay out.
Just a few hours before the
defense regulations were made
public, fifteen armed Jews at-
tacked a military camp near Gaza
and escaped with 200 machine
guns and a large quantity of am-
munition. The raid was carried
out at 1:30 in the afternoon by
men dressed in uniforms of the
Royal Air Force, who arrived in
several jeeps. Led by three high
ranking officers, the raiders en-
tered the Aquir aerodrome, near
Gaza, and demanded the keys to
the arms store. They then
gagged the four soldiers on guard
and departed with the machine
guns and the ammunition.
Sex Crimes Detailed
NUREMBERG (JTA) Details
of sexual crimes committed upon
young Jewish men and women
by the Nazi authorities at vari-
ous concentration camps were
disclosed this week by former
French prisoners who testified
at the international war crimes
trial.
Beach Set to Raise
Half of CJ A Goal
Special emphasis on reaching
the hotel industry and apartment
house owners as well as mer-
chants of Miami Beach is being
made by members of the Miami
Beach campaign cabinet of the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal.
The Beach community is setting
out to raise one half of the total
$783,100 goal assumed by the
Greater Miami area.
The Beach campaign cabinet
consists of George J. Bertman.
real estate: Archie Brick, fruit
shippers; Shepard Broad, cochair-
man. Beach special gifts; Harry
A. Cornblum. campaign vice
chairman in charge of health
and recreation.
Mrs. Max Dobrin, campaign
vice chairman in charge of gen-
eral solicitation; Abraham Good-
man, cochairman. Beach special
gifts; Nat H. Hankoff, hotels: Mrs.
Sol Leslie, cochairman, women's
general solicitation; Harry Magid.
apartments; Murray Maurer. fly-
ing squad; David Phillips, co-
chairman, new gifts; Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, cochairman. women gen-
eral solicitation; Alfred Stone,
cochairman. Beach special gifts,
and Alex Van Straaten, cochair-
man. new gifts.
Alfred Olian is directing the
Beach headquarters which are
located in the Beach Y. Jack
Marash, executive director of the
Y. is assisting in the organization
work of the campaign.
BERLINSixty per cent of the
8,000 members of the Jewish
community of this city are over
the age of 50, and only 5 per cent
are under 18. There are 28 doc-
tors and 15 lawyers in the com-
munity.
NEW YORKNearly half of
the Joint Distribution commit-
tee's 1945 appropriations of more
than $28,000,000 was used for the
emergency care for the surviving
150.000 children of Europe, the
JDC has revealed.


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Mr. and Mrs. David cS=Tl^>aj> ,> .toy J-ft-J
dent Madison
entertained Sunday night in *en. ^ ^^ M B
honor of Maj. and Mrs. Harold ^ direc,QI ol ,he Jewish Com-
Rand, who recently returned to munity House at Beijsonhurst
the city. Guests included Cap., and wa, d*^-Jjft
Robert Gamzon of the French cent dr.ve of the Jewwn r
underground and Mrs. lack eration of Philanthro]
Kraft, visitor from Washington, ties .
D. C. KISSES FOR THE CAUSE
Harry Shapiro, executive di- The Nationai children's Car-
rector of the Zionist Emergency diac HomR 0fi;CfcIs uien t teh-
council. has been vacationing how much they raised at
from New York's blizzards tor Sponsors' Jamboree Sun-
i i__ Mire I mitfl i. ___ lV.rtt il
several weeks Miss Laura
Kleinman, aunt of Mr. and Mrs
Arthur S. Kahn, is visiting at
the Hotel Plaza ... Mr and
Mrs. Mack Rubel. of New-
York, spent two weeks at the
St. George Mrs. Edith Smith
and her children are here from
Spons.
day, but : ey do rave that it
was a complete success. Head-
line acts from night clubs
throughout Dade county volun-
teered their services, as
everyone else from musicians
More than
to bus : oys
ana nei chuuibu >------------ one jej]ow paved plenty foi
Providence, R. L. visiting her qj Sophie Tuckers kisses .
parents, Mr. and Mrs George A,, jo. [he good of ,hc
Solanger vcu ::
Mr. and Mrs. A. L Wise, of M._ an(j Mis. K. Steii
the Tamiami hotel are hosts to r .. n. c.. celebrated
a number of relatives. Mrs. rig anniversary
with nner for 29 guests at
Shirley Rothschild
Plans June Wedding
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Howard B. Bergers

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was attended by Mr.
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Bnd s,.st.-.-in-law
Mrs. Cal Font, sis-
i ride, assisted at the
n which f-Howed the
moth( r, Mrs. Da-
of McKeesport, Pa.,
Miami for the wedding.
honeymoon in Mi-
couple plans to
burgh. Mrs. Borger
in St. Louia and
u about a year
is a graduate of
FRIDAY, FEBRUA^
the University <,r u,
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8:30 P. m.
Ticketa: |1.50, S2.00. t
3.b0 Piu, tT
Store, Red ( D. '!
Kodak Dec! C 4"'G*l
neict to Church Gu ej
from Jan. 22 Ihi Fen .jTl
at Miami Br.i h Ron., p"!
tal. Saka Fiftn *.. {. *1
Miami Beach R,,ai0 l,^2\
Eddie'. Nt d Slull (CI
Wiae'a mother cmd brother,
Mrs. Joseph Weiss end Cap:.
Shubert Weiss c:e here iron
Youngstown Ohio and he:
Bister. Mies Blanche Weiss, is
here from Chicago, 111. Mr. and
Mrs. William Harmon. Mrs
W.se s brother-in-law end sis-
ter, are here irorr. Ccr.tor., Ohio.
A number oi the founders oi
___Dr. A. L Sikes
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hotel Ian. 23.
The Su : ire stopping o\
."-. :::,s hotel for the season .
Mr. and Mis. Jack Hit
be hosts to Comedienne Belle
ei and her two sisters al
.3 evening
Prof, and Mrs. Jerome Davis
- are stopping at the home oi i
the Yeehivah of Ber-s::. :; Mark Henry Dix. 3701 Sheridan
Brooklyn, vecaucr.-ng here ::v~ Davis, author and world
have reported the mortgage-
burning to H=rry Lar.:. :i:
St., another ::_r.;e: The vi
ors include Mr. err Mrs Morris
Pauker a: tl -
Mr. and Mrs. Jacol
at the Poinciane I and
Mrs. M. Strobei r. tl
stone and Mi snd 1
Greenfogei al th Triton hotel
. Mr. ai i L-s Max A
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and fhtei after serving 22
the Navy. For the
pasi six B he was in
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berg son of Mr. and Mis.
Nathan Greenberg, 922 S W.
. st. has enlisted in the
Army ... will lecve Feb. 7 for
indu< Ft. McPherson, Ga.
?:.:: tc enlisting Mye: attend-
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where he joined Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity Staff Sgt
Harvey R. Cohen has returned
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[FEBRUARY 1, 1946
+Jewls* ncrkttnr
PAGE THREE
ision Likely
|est Campaign
Moses Krieger, a Com-
aest team captain work-
Beach islands area,
honor of leading the
ipaign parade this week
er cent of her quota
IrieRer's mark was the
1 the whole Chest or-
which had raised $425,-
_i per cent of the quota,
the fourth report meet-
fension of the campaign
tie Feb. 1 closing date
gievitable, according to
[Chairman Stanley C.
Laid an analysis of the
Towed that onjy 32 per
he prospective contribu-
fccen contacted, yet the
Tnt raised showed that
[giving had put the ap-
Ihead of previous years.
fc and leaders alike
it the campaign period
led for a clean-up of all
Bg pledges to raise the
tperately needed by the
Member agencies which
Lre than 200,000 persons
IS. Navv jumped to first
bng divisions, reporting
Eent of its quota at the
Jing. Second place was
. 11 Mtw Retail Merchants di-
,ion. hit'h had led from the
|in>'>B of the campaign.
>SENTHAL WEDS
RSEY GIRL
m
thei*
Hlvia Hertz of Bayonne,
erne the bride of Ed-
Kenthal Jan. 20 at Beth
Uagogue with Rabbi Max
Iff.. i;iting. The bride was
lay by her uncle, Louis
Bo came here from Al-
with Mrs. Hertz and
Paul.
i honeymoon in Havana,
Id will reside at 18 N.W.
[put of town guests at
ling included Mr. and
Haar of Bayonne.
He first time in ten pic-
Hignd Bergman wears
s clothes in RKO's "No-
Ingnd says that tests
le of 86 costumes before
lely varied costumes she
the new film were
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was stressed by Maxwell Cohen,
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Dr. Maurice Klein, commander,
and other officers of the Freda
Markowitz Post, No. 174, Sunday
evening.
Cohen upheld the full employ-
ment bill and decried the anti-
Semitic stand taken by Bilbo and
Rankin. The importance of
working together with our Allies
was brought out by Dr. James S.
Thomas, former area OPA di-
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Other speakers at the installa-
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mander; Samuel A. Rivkind. oast
national vice commander who
was master of ceremonies: Sol
Jaffe, officer of the day for the
national installation; George
Smathers, candidate for Congress;
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that the War department has
awarded B'nai B'rith a special
citation for its outstanding con-
tribution to the morale and wel-
fare of Army personnel.
Official presentation of the ci-
tation will be made to Henry
Monsky, president of B'nai B'ntn
and chairman of its national war
service committee, during the an-
nual meeting of B'nai B'rith's
executive committee in Washing-
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DR. RAND TO RESUME
PRACTICE IN MIAMI
Dr. Harold Rand, who practiced
medicine in Miami for many
years, has returned to the city
after having served in the armed
forces for three and one half
years.
A major in the medical serv-
ices of the U.S. Army, he was
chief of medicine of the 126th
General hospital at Leyte, the
first medical unit to land in /he
Philippines. Maj. Rand was over-
seas one and a half years and was
awarded the bronze star medal
for meritorious service beyond
the call of duty under combat
conditions.
Dr. and Mrs. Rand are return-
ing to their home on Rivo Alto
island and Dr. Rand will resume
his practice in the Ingraham
building.
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Clothing that you may consider
old can bring new life to those
whom war left destitute. Bring
them new life, bring America
new friends. Dig out your old
clothing today.
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anything but war, so they've
never known a life without mis-
ery. But you can help them start
a new life of health and happi-
ness by contributing the spare
clothing in your attic, trunks,
and closets. All types of cloth-
ing are needed, in all sizes. Dig
out this clothing today.
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PAGE FOUR
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
Belle Baker to Star
In Beth Jacob Show
Lending a hand u> the Beth
Jacob Sist< ihood, Belle Baker
will appear in a show 8:30 p.m.
Sunda'j at the congregation build-
Y SETS DEADLINE
FOR TOURNEY ENTRIES
Sunday niRht is the deadline
tor entering the third annua
Greater Miami Table Tenn
Tournament to be held Feb. 0
under the auspices of the Beach
Y and sanctioned by the l.
Table Tennis association.
Entrv blanks have been dis-
tributed to all nil* scl.....Is and
the University of Miami as well
as other agencies of the com-
munity.
Among the early entrant! is
William Litven. winner of the
Metropolitan New York Table
Tenn l* At th I
ent time. Litven ranks 15th in
the V-
I nallv
has Lo >:
Lazaron, Rosenvvald
CONTINUeOFBO"- ^
II
, witness ;
Re^ntlyhewasaitnere ^
Cong ess ana iotl on
Anglo-American commit ^
the subject ol .!ld the
Wch he
sition ol l aiesunt
..,'.,.. will
'. I Bl meet-
ing of the Miai
tional Council of Jcwu^
2 p.m. Wednesday flt TfiJ
Sholom. lem*
The meet me wilUfa,
by ii board nii'i-tingond
in honor of Mm rjphn
in nonor oi nn, c,
at the Francis K. P,
rant
Well i
ing for the benefit of tht S
hood's fund to equip its kitchen.
Besides Miss Bak .
ms inclucU the Di
cordian artists; Libbii F -
and Svlvia Gi i
Milln n,
man, soprano, rano.
Miss Brol of the
Beaux Art bun au, -
the shew.
Tickets may be i
the synai W -
ave., Mrs Jack
heed president, ai

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FEBRUARY 1, 1948
+Jewlsti h rid inn
PAGE FIVE
Ruth
Juebec
\ts to Appear for Workmen's Circle Sunday
Kayele qrober
Chiiv -le Grober. a leading ar-
tiste of the Moscow Hebrew thea-
ter, and Victor Packer, actor, di-
rector and writer, will appear in
a performance at Miami Beach
High school Sunday evening
sponsored by the Workmen's Cir-
cle. Branch No. 692.
Bencfittinn the Circle's Yiddish
schools, the evening will feature
folk songs, characterizations and
interpretations. Known as the
"Jewish Ruth Draper," Mme.
Grober has toured Palestine. Ru-
mania, England, France, North
and South America. Packer has
Rained notice for his new style
of rhythmic recitation.
Chairman of the affair is Dr.
L. Sadoff. M. Gleberman, director
of the Circle's Lyceum, will be
guest speaker. Leon Elkin and
Felix Rosenthal comprise the
press committee.
Named To ZOA Posts
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
succeeds Mortimer May as presi-
dent.
Adoption of a $75,000 quota for
the region's expansion fund and
launching of an intensive mem-
bership campaign highlighted the
conference.
The Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict with 1.136 members, is the
largest single unit in the region.
May, new honorary president, re-
ported. May empnaslzed the pri-
mary purpose of the Zionist
movementattainment of Pales-
tine as a Jewish commonwealth
in his presidential report.
It was brought out at the meet-
ing that the Southeast region,
with 7,658 members leads all reg-
ions in proportion of its members
to the number of Jews in the
area.
Dr. Emanuel Newman, acting
president of ZOA, reported on the
convention at a meeting of the
Beach district last night.
The Bialik Singing society will
meet at the Beach Y at 8 p.m.
Tuesday for its regular evening
of Hebrew. Yiddish and English
songs. _________.
;s Laud Miss Brotman
rotman, a laureate of the
College of Music, has
in management of the
Tibbet concert to be
12 under the sponsor-
Is Gesu Recreation Cen-
?rvicemen. A singer in
fight, Miss Brotman has
Jin a Joint recital with
Kemp Roosevelt, pian-
lln-law of the late presi-
rotman had a tuition-
Fear scholarship in Paris
with one of the
foremost teach-
ers a s s o ciated
with Opera Com-
ique and has
been heard on
various radio
stations through-
out the U. S. and
Canada for over
10 years.
She has sung
such holes as
Juliette. Micaela
in Carmen;
La Boheme. etc.. and
acter songs in 10 Ian-
Philadelphia. Miss
vas music correspond-
etroit for eight years
Dining to Miami. She
nted by the late Ossip
C. F. McCLAMMA
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Gabrilowitch, world-known pian-
ist and director of the Detroit
Symphony orchestra, who pro-
claimed her a "fine singer and
conscientious musician."
A regular member of the
Authors and Press clubs, she is
a free-lance journalist connected
with the Seven Arts syndicate of
New York city, as well as con-
tributing editor to numerous peri-
odicals. Her articles have been
translated and printed throughout
the world.
She has made Victor records,
won distinction in many musical
festivals throughout the U. S.
and Canada and praise from Mi-
ami musical celebrities, having
been heard in Bayfront Park with
the symphony orchestra, military
orchestra at the Roney Plaza.
U. S. O. entertainments, the radio
and major concert activities.
Miss Brotman has received cita-
tions from the government for
singing during Catholic, Protes-
tant and Jewish religious services
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P. O. Box 2973 ^_____________.--------------------fltfto^
Published Eysty Friday Sine* 1927
-------------------" NUMBER 5
VOLUME 19
Miami 18,
Florida, Friday. February I, 1946
SHEVAT 30. 5706
SENATORIAL DIGNITY
The filibuster against the FEPC bill in the United States
Senate has not been a thing at which Americans can pom
with any pride. .
Senator Russell of Georgia read a letter in the Senate charg-
ing that this bill which seeks to prevent discrimination m em-
ployment against minorities, is actually a measure seeking to
discriminate against Christians in favor of Jews. We do not
believe that even Senator Russell would have the temerity t
make such a statement on his own account. He knows per-
fectly well that this is the most arrant kind of nonsense, hence
he protects himself by presenting it in the guise of a letter.
Senator Eastland. of Mississippi, also uttered remarks that
s"how that he and the senior Senator from Mississippi. Bilbo, >ee
eye to eyeor, more correctly, share in the same astigmatism
Their intellectual eyes are badly warped
Russell and Bilbo both profess to be Democrats-followers ot
Thomas Jefferson, the great founder of the Democratic party.
They should retire to their rooms and read the works of Jeffer-
son. Many of Jefferson's sayings would do them good_ One
of the best is the statement Jefferson made about the Souths
attitude to the Negro. He said, when he thought of that. 1
tremble when I remember that God is just.
THE COLLEGES NEED EDUCATION
The report of the Unity Committee in New York, headed by
Charles Evans Hughes. Jr.. showing the gross discrimination
in colleges against Jews, Catholics and other minorities is a
shocking document, even though the general existence oi such
discrimination has long been known.
The body making this investigation was not a Jewish one
nor a Catholic one. nor one directed by any other minority.
It may be taken for granted that the findings of a group headed
by such a person as Charles E Hughes, Jr. can scarcely be open
to questioning.
To find bias in the unintelligent and riii-raff would be perhaps
not surprising, but to find it so strongly entrenched in the very
seats of learning is certainly alarming. Very evidently, the
colleges which dispense education are very much in need of
some elementary education themselves.
The revelations by the committee show a want of that moral
faculty which should be of the very soul and marrow of an
educational institution, but the wrong of it goes deeper than
that, if this is possible. As Dr Stephen S. Wise has pointed out,
these very same institutions have, in the last decades, obtained
hundreds of millions of public moneys under false pretenses.
"The community," to guote Dr. Wise, "subsidizes educational
institutions in the conviction that they perform a social service."
The institutions guilty of this discrimination must be exposed
and means found to deprive them of the public funds. Cer-
tainly, if we cannot succeed in keeping our educational institu-
tions free from this un-American and Nazi ideology, we can
scarcely hope to succeed elsewhere.
p.m.
p.m
CAMPAIGN
CALENDAR
With*. WComSftbeM
u s
following BCtlVlt PS ~nt .
i by CJA workers
Friday. Februa-v Ii
Women-sB "*
Tea, lodr. Si
Chapl tin Lei -" ,-',:
ke5k Workers,
10 a.m., 3555 Flamingo dr.
Tu^!,ny'J:meUnaTea;2p.m..l384
sViatI ':'
Workei Meeting
Wednesday. February 6.
B. ,ch Spei lal Gifts. -
Town. Mens Division, h
T< '' n Y n
Sunday. February 10.
Brun SDeakCT'
Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
Tuesday. Febiuary U:
WoWs Special Gifts Dr
12 n Luncheon M cirns.
Sp :ei
WttoE Gifts. 7 Pm
Dinm Speakei I ^!
Wednesday, February 13:
7 p.i /ict
taurai i Si Edv a d M
urn. ,.
Sunday. February I7i
t Shipi Divis on,
Sunday. February 2i.
Kick-OI
'Lill. nt.
Medii al, 3 p.m., Social
. ; E. M. Bluestoro
Y
Monday. February 25:
First I
nt.
Wednesday, February 27:
Second Rei I n I
Friday. March 1: ,
Th t. noon, Lillcy s
Ri staurant,
Monday. March 4:
: th Report, n
Rest
Wednesday, March 6:
Fini I Rei t and Viet
p.m.. Ti
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1,
194J
What Can You Spare?

(Drawn for Victor; Clothing Collection for Otvrwai Relief by Paul I
Batlcnfield, Chicago Time$.)
10 a.m..
Ti mi li

ATTENTION NEEDED
From all outward appearances, the local Kashrus situation
seems to be progressing or at least moving along peacefully.
Information crossing our path reveals much to the contrary.
Kashrus affairs are at present supervised by two divergent
groups and the differences to be ironed cut have been maneuv-
ered into the hands of a sub-group of Federations Committee
on Community Needs.
Always a difficult problem, Kashrus and its supervision will
break forth anew with increased fervor, animosities and un-
pleasantness if allowed to go untended. The rabbis and lay-
men of the community who have been so vitally interested must
not let this matter continue to lag. Too long a time has alreadv
transpired. *
News In Brief
JERUSALEMThe Jewish
Agency has attacked the grant-
ing of independence to Transjor-
dan as a "crying contradiction"
of the Jewish demand for recog-
nition of Palestine as a Jewish
state. Moshe Shertok, head of the
agency's political department, de-
clared that the Jewish agencv had
never considered the separation
of Transjordan from Palestine as
permanent and that it had "al-
ways hoped lor an arrangement
enabling Jewjah colonization and
JJ>rt Jewish-Arab enterprises
there.
BUCHAREST-The Union of
Jewish Communities has appeal-
ed to the public prosecutor to
punish the editor of "Ardealul."
a newspaper recently suspended
tor 15 days for spreading anti-
bemitic stories. A Jewish news-
paper pointed out this week that
such propaganda is not surprising
in the light of the fact that Ru-
mania is the only country m
Europe where confessed murder
ers of thousands of Jews have not
been executed.
frRF,ALJEM7-Jewisli "fugees
from Poland, who recently were
deprived of monthly allowances
Rrifui. m durinR the war bv the
British government from funds
Pm: h;Lve.been informed by
fha th. il^les ,n. Palestine
Personally Speakins
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE 2|
' to the States after spending two
years in Panama. After meet-
ing his wile, Florence, in Pitts-
burgh, he will visit his sister,
Theresa, at Penn State before
coming to Miami to see his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec S
Cohen. In the AAF three
years, he expects his discharge
soon r'ire Controlman 2-c
Samuel Philip Meyers is home
on a three weeks leave with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Meyers, 2100 S. W, 15th st-
affer two and one-half years in
the service during which he
took part in the occupation of
Japan. He also served at U. S.
bases in Australia and New
Guinea.
Miss Rosalind Nelson of
Brooklyn will be married to
LeRoy Levy, of Miami Beach
Sunday in a formal ceremony
at the Ambassador hotel Ne/v
York city Son of Mr. and Mrs
Louis Levy. 1542 Jefferson ave
the bridegroom-elect was just
discharged from the Army after
fto ,hxue years' du'yin th*
." couPle Plan 'o live
in Miami Beach .
vr^^r^y.^
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Shortage of Professionals Exists
)\ h He Colleges Bar Jews ]
By BORIS SMOLAR, JTA Columnist
While colleqes and universities throughout the country are
discriminating against Jewish students, the American Council I
on Education has issued a report establishing that America il <
entering the postwai period with a serious shortage of doctois
and dentists. At least 30.000 additional physicians will be
needed in the United States this year, and hardly one-half of
this number are available. The shortage of dentists will be j
proportionately greater, because the number of dental qradu- j
ates in the United States decreased nearly 25 per cent during
the thirty years immediately preceding the wot. Thus, today'3
onlv in-O
" t'nited States is to ren ain a round
3.600.000 as it is now But every-
thing points to the fad that the
I national economy in the postwar
! period will expand. There willj
be. therefore, even e room
I for professionals. Significant <
. tin- trend in the coll' and uni-
versities is the fact that onlv lea
; than one-half of 700 of these in-
stitutions replied to a recent
; questionnaire asking the propor-
tion of their student- who were
either Jews, or Negr, i ?' Cath-
olics. Among those 'uli pre-
ferred not to answer this Ques-
tionnaire are most ol the law i
colleges.
instance.
saves more
m taxes
Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker,
|r. are the parents of a boy
born Wednesday a. S, Francis!
hospital. Mr. Tucker will ar
nve here from HunUville, Ala '
^JWffaar................... .....
n i age
ips. Yet. t iota svstem
and
etlv | tic-
list Jew i st idi nts is
limii ting Ji xs chieflv
: the field ol medicine and
lenl Thi tendei v of Jew-
no ntrate in
ns is due.
ind, to the
disci bai ring
the entr my other
ere no more
tudi nts in
thi Uniti St 135-36, This
mean sh student
I" The 1938 \v-
non-Jewish students is
on< stud< nl to every 100 people.
TI en ng is that the
a Jewish
': law : is not
to think.
In 1938. t eragi income of a
licinj i : iai was s.4.400 a
nnual income
52.900, and of a
i are. of
> including some
n inv times the
Re, and some who hardly
DETRIMENTAL PREJUDICE
. os and
"niV '.' n ination
a Tits is being
thi quiet." it is
*? to mention that
nstitutions of
V "I dollars
ellowships and
'.'' torstoAmer-
iniveraities
In the Jew-
.-h,. "'" '''ties.
itions seem to
' limit the enroU-
IK.-.,
than .
a
the
b
ing
m-
Four Winds Airport
Seeks Okay On Site
Seeking rezoning of T-'irr.mus I
Island to permit opening f I
airport there, the Foui in
Air Association. Inc.. will dp<*
before the Miami Beach enj |
council at 10 a.m. Wednesday"
the city hall.
The proposed airport, vf^l
of British Sportswoman BeW,
Carstairs. has alreadv been ao-
proved bv the U. S. Civil Ae^-
nautics authoritv. There w""
no night operations at the oas?
the
economic interests of
mp eiiuntiv ti i,. i_..... "'
It has been eatab-
ket needs 30 ooofnSS,ona' mar-
everv Vfcar lf;l new entranU
nv,Tlhpr of BrM^1"?1- if the
or Drofp^inri,ls m lhe
NEW YORKDr. Abba Hiltd
Silver and Dr. Stephen S. w*
oint chairman of the Amcrictf
Zionist Emergency council. na
rnlW on President Truman,1'
"insist on the inadmissibiliu
the British governni- nt S mi
tion of separating Transiordan
from Palestine perm.,nentiv__
DRIVE EXTENDED
Dad* County's Victory Clos-
ing campaign for overseas re-
lief has dns extended unw
Feb. 10. Mrs. Murial H**
chairman of the Miami
Beach
effort, reported Wednesday-
The driTe. which *"
have ended yesterday.
been extended by n,IonJ
headquarters, said Mrs. HirK*
because it was lagging in "
parts of the nation.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1946
*-Jenistrhridictr
BAGS SEVEN
ACCENT ON
SAFETY
PROGRESS AND SAFETY Will bo accentuated by the Four Winds Air
Association, Incorporated, of Miami Beach at the base proposed for Lummus
Island, south of MacArthur causeway and over one-half mile from the nearest
Miami Beach residence. THERE WILL BE NO NIGHT OPERATIONS AT THE
BASE. Already approved by the U. S. Civil Aeronautics Authority, the airport
will maintain a direct control tower from which experienced. CAA-licensed op-
erators will direct ak traffic of private planes within a radius of two miles ot
Lummus Island. The field manager will have full CAA authority to ground or
revoke the license of any pilot who violates the rigid safety rules under which
the akport will be operated. THE ACCENT WILL BE ON SAFETY. Miami Beach
citizens who look to the future will demand these measures of safety.
Under the controlled traffic pattern, planes from the base will be
prohibited from flying over the residential islands and the residential and busi-
ness areas of Miami Beach. Isolated on all sides by the waters of Biscayne Bay.
noise from the motors of the LOW-POWERED PRIVATE PLANES will not be
noticeable in any Miami Beach area ... because all planes will take OJJJP*
land from east-southeast, making right turns away from the islands and Miami
Beach, and from west-northwest, making left turns away from Miami Beach and
the islands. ** ^.^ (lv **mm WQ0* **"
The era of aviation is here ... and nothing can stop it. Flying
by private plane will be the foremost means of travel in the future. Experts esti-
mate that within ten years half the tourist travel to Miami Beach will be by^private
plane. Will Miami Beach be prepared to accommodate this influx of highly desir-
able visitors and prospective home owners?
Modern landing field facUities must be provided for this air traffic,
which wul.contribute greatly to the enormous additional tourist trc.de o(the_ f u-
ture. Miami Beach citizens must NOW insist upon the provision o such farfhties
by urging the City Council of Miami Beach to approve the zoning lLumnu*
island to permit construction of the Four Winds Akport .or such leadership
wiU be assumed by other communities which will reap the benefits!
In behalf of SAFETY and PROGRESS, urge every member of the
to approve the use of Lummus Island for this all-important purpose. Let your
^oiceTorthe chorus of progress! Match the vision courage and action of
Flagler. Fisher, and other builders of Miami Beach and Florida.
ACT NOW BEFORE THE NEXT HEARING AT MIAMI BEACH CITY
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
CAN YOU LOOK INTO HER EYES?
i
IS YOUR CONSCIENCE CLEAR? Have you done
everything in your power to put ilesh on the bones
of this emaciated Jewish child, to cure her illness
and clothe her nakedness? She is all that is left of a
family of five.
Of 1.500.000 Jewish children in pre-war Europe only
150.000 are alive today and the majority of them are
orphans. They need not only food, medicine and cloth-
ing, but the loving care that every child needs for 3
normal life. They are the responsibility of the American
Jewish community. They are the responsibility of Miami
Jewry. They must be saved now through the Joint Distri-
bution Committee with funds contributed to the SI 00.300.-
000 United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The Jews in Europe can be saved. They can be
snatched from death if the agencies oi the United Jewish
Appeal receive our sacrificial support. The Joint Distri-
bution Committee will provide immediate relief, medical
care and facilitate emigration; the United Palestine Appeal
will resettle them in the Jewish National Home where they
can once again breathe the air of freedom; ..and ths
National Refugee Service will aid the readjustment of
those who come to the United States.
We in the Miami area must join with our fellow-Jews
throughout the country in support of the historic $100,000.-
000 campaign of the U.J.A. The 1946 Combined Jewish
Appeal of Miami must raise S783.100 if we are to do our
part for the survival of the Jewish people.
Look into the eyes of this little girl and let your heart dictate your action
1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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1946
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ElELS EPT
, 1 riivision of the 1946
K 'Vw'h Appeal has set
C of $250,000 for teeirgroup
[;;;',. cominR campaign, fieb. 24
I' '.' workers have pledged
feves to success so that the
F": ma homeless n Europe
feivehope! food, clothing
,"h,'ml;'n Nat H. Hankoff ex-
fc I'" feeling of the hotel
III saving. "The hotel divi-
^ r,!u:;;,I'aNts,lf to raise the
Lcedented amount of $250,-
fShelp alleviate the distress
fthc 1.250.000 remaining Jews
t,ii countries. We are the
fSon to start activities In
,.m campaign in Greater Mi-
1 and as such we wiU this year
[. ,, ,, for the other divi-
If of the drive and for the
I??'Greater Miami drive for
b Kin is the first major cam-
:;, to be conducted this year
buKh'.ut the country. The
fes, portion of the funds rais-
Iw'ill C" to the United Jewish
L,al which is seeking $100.-
[oon nationally.
t Hankoff are: Irving
t,k.-l. Normandie hotel: bam-
|li ,vi Charles hotel; and Sam-
1 Lachman, Clinton apartment
s. Raidman Hostess
Fund Raising Event
Pi ;i Raidman will be
l,ss iii .i Palestinian tea and
partv at 8 p.m. Sunday at
[ V foi the benefit of the
Istinc Emi rgency fund of the
fi, Women's Organization.
i No. 1.
he fund-raising affair will tea-
a :, port of the recent 20th
tail convention of the national
faiizatiun by Mrs. Norman
j1>s, who was a delegate; songs
ISallv Goodman and Irene
kelbaum, and a review of E.
Pilli r's "Time Bomb." a book
subversive activities by Irene
lbs.
|i Henry Seitlin is assisting
.: angements.
lure of Democracy
I Be Topic At Center
bntinuinc its "Can A Sick
111 Get Well?" forum, the
mi li. ii h Jewish Center will
(net ,i discussion on "Can
Democracy Have a Future?"
p.m. Wednesday evening.
Best speakers will be Rabbi
ADpelbaum and Dr. Glenn
lames, minister of the White
|plc. Miss Malvina Weiss will
i 'ileiatur.
ji im will he preceded by
It education classes from 7
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ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
ES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
IE. BRONSTON. Realtor
para.*- ^ta
TALS LEASES SALES
, Lot*. Homes, Hotels
r 8c Commercial Bldgs.
M- CILLER, Realtor
J.D.C.'s First Aid Goes to Children
Key West Hero Wins
Bronze Star Medal
Capt Sidney M. Aronovitz. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arono-
vitz. of Key West, has been
awarded the bronze star medal
by Brig. Gen. Paul L. Hanson,
chief of staff of the Berlin district.
The statement said. "The award
was given to Capt. Aronovitz for
meritorious achievement as bat-
tery executive officer. Battery C,
750th field artillery battalion, on
March 20. 1945. He commanded a
volunteer section of howitzers on
a hazardous mission against pill-
boxes in the Siegfried line. Al-
though under constant mortar
fire from enemy troops, he so di-
rected the section's fire that that
the infantry was able to breach
the line."
In five countries alone, more than 25,000 Jewish
children are returning to health and vigor in the
Joint Distribution Committee eliild eare program*.
Top left, children for whom the J.!>.(.. provides
schooling, medicines, food and clothing in a French
urplianage. Bottom left, Jewish youngsters in the
playground of a J.D.C.-supporled home in Belgium.
Above, children moving into new apartments in Salz-
burg, Austria, secured for Jewish families by J.D.C
in co-operation with U. S. Army authorities. J.D.C
activities throughout the world are dependent on the
1946 $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish
Aooral for overseas needs, refugees and Palestine.
Met Baritone To Sing
At Benefit Concert
Distinguished residents and
guests have been invited to at-
tend the Lawrence Tibbett con-
cert, to be presented the evening
of Feb. 12 at Miami Edison High
school for the benefit of the Gesu
Recreation center, a non-sectarian
establishment. Among those who
have received invitations are Mr.
and Mrs. Winston Churchill and
his party.
One of America's most popular
concert and radio artists. Tibbett
will be making his second profes-
sional visit to this area. Miss Ruth
Brotman of the Beaux Arts bu-
reau has arranged the perform-
ance.
The outstanding baritone has
been a favorite at the Metropoli-
tan Opera house since 1922 when
he made his debut in Faust.
Honorary patrons for the con-
cert are the Gov. and Mrs. Millard
Caldwell, Mayor and Mrs. Perrine
Palmer, jr., the Rev. Monsignor
William Barry, Father John Hec-
tor McAtec. Father Florence Sul-
livan. Other patrons are Dr. and
Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Crandon, Mrs. Ken-
neth Keyes, Misses Lena and
Mary Lechich, Joseph Lechich.
Mrs. Hugh Mateson, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Renuart. Mrs. D. L. Twyman,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Usina. Mr.
and Mrs. Mieael Whelan.
Palm Beach
MRS. MABY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Rabbi M. Greenstein repre-
sented the Palm Beach commun-
ity at the Southeast Zionist con-
ference in Jacksonville this week.
Dave and Leon Goldsmith arc
North on business.
in his workshop last week. He
had been a resident of Palm
Beach for a number of years. The
body was accompanied North by
his brother.
Meyer Wolfe was found dead
Phil Blicher is recovering from
an appendectomy.
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST P.ALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
Nationally Famous Southern Dairias Pro-
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
CHANKOS CELEBRATE
50th ANNIVERSARY
Out-of-towncrs and Miamians
gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Belanoff, 3199 S.W.
26th st., recently to help celebrate
the 50th wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Chanko, winter
visitors from New York.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
H. Kameroff, Mrs. S. Sionsky, of
Miami; Mrs. S. Tilochnekf and
Mrs. L. Spanol, of New York;
Mrs. J. Lecovin and Mrs. M. Kav-
ner. Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Migraim. Glen Falls; and Mr. A.
Glass. Harrisburg, Penna.
BPW Holds Bingo Party
For Medical Program
A bingo party, second fund
raising affair given by the Busi-
ness and Professional division of
Hadassah for the Hadassah Med-
ical organization in Palestine, will
be held at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Arlington hotel, 455 Ocean dr.
Merchants of Greater Miami
have donated prizes which in-
clude a basket of fruit to be given
away as a door prize. Admission
is one dollar.
Miss Edyth Fleischer is chair-
man of the affair and is assisted
by Ann Patz, Bess Golden, Svlvia
Abrahams, Claire Levine. Bess
Goner and Use Frankel.
Renee Kerman. just back from
Palestine, was guest speaker at
the division's meeting Monday..
NHJC To Meet At Beach
Mrs. Ann Tannen will be hos-
tess to members of the National
Home for Jewish Children 1 p.m.
Tuesday at her home, 4560 Post
ave. Cards and mah jongg will
follow the short business meeting
which will be concerned with
plans for a night of games to be
held March 26.
File
YOUR INCOME TAX
By
Mail
PHONEor if vou live out of town write for our simple instruction
form. Let us prepare your returns now. File later with internal
revenue any time up to March 15th.
BE SURE FEEL SECURE
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART. Tax Division
7117 Biscayne Blvd.
J. E. MARQUA. Director
Ph. 7-0663
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Advantages of a
Dade Federal Mortgage
Consult US on Financing or Refinancing
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# Low Rates
Reasonable Interest
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# Easy Payments
Payments, including in-
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Payments can include
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Immediate attention given
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and familiar with local conditions.
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IE SERIES
r Putterman, cantor of
Avenue synagogue of
rk will present a concert
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Lgtmian art songs Thurs-
y Miami Beach Sen-
il under the aus-
'i r^trr Miami Jew-
i i ommittee.
the "first American-
Intor," Putterman is a
omiii, radio and RCA
artist. He is soloist on
fekly "Eternal Light"
it.
jgation To Meet
: Hebrew School and Jun-
Igregation will hold a
|8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Temple. Myron New-
resident, has appointed
lis Newman. Jules Wil-
[Jatk Stone to the execu-
mittee which has charge
iPurim Ball to be held
|o ul the Moose Hall,
ophie Moss, Mrs. Rose
and Mrs. Bess Feldan
|in charge of tickets. Co-
uf tin' i efreshnient corn-
Mrs H. Pearl and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutansky
[in charge of a fund-rais-
fcct,
lull- Wilson and Myron
were hosts to the organ-
reci ntly in honor of Nat
He's birthday.
JBLISH RECIPES
pipes are being sought by
[ram book committee of
li B'rith Women for the
lion they will issue at
falentine's day fashion
nd luncheon. The affair
| held at the Terrace res-
ret Newman will stage
which will include 30
|es of slack suits, play
land cocktail frocks. Furs
Meander's will also be ex-
enrolls Woman
fNNATI. O.Miss Claire
of Birmingham, Ala., is
woman student in He-
jnion college history to
its department of re-
lucation.
jpects to go into the field
Wi education. Temple Sis-
jand Hillel activities, but
to set up religious
TO SHARE
share my beautiful
[with a Kosher Tourist
at 15G1 Lenox Ave.,
Mrs. Malek.
lotta Qtotltm*
[Complete Department
Ha With Quality
Merchandise.
9ton kr: at 13th St.
Miami Beach
for your convenience
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Lnd Accessory Store
Hagler St.. Miami
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BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW
ATHENS CAFE
221 N. E. SECOND STREET
Exceptionally Fine
WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS
Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets
We've ThouQht of Everything At
THE
DORCHESTER
Collins Ave. at 19th St.
OPEN
And Accepting Reservations
Private Beach and Pool
Private Parking Space
Fining room now open
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
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REVLIN HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 13th St
MIAMI BEACH
Our Dining Room Is Now
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M.
Dietary Laws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668
PAPPY'S
MIAMI BEACH
AIR
CONDITIONED
Specialising
in ...
FINE FOODS
COLLINS AT 20TH
BROILED STEAKS
Prime Ribs of Bee!
S A.M.-3 A.M.
Rose Gershwin, mother of
George Gershwin, replied to com-
ments that the film, "Rhapsody
In Blue," was not a true film of
GeorRe. 'They spent millions on
it. didn't they?" she stated. Hol-
lywood's influence on Mrs. Gersh-
win was revealed when she dis-
closed her memorial to her son
is the mausoleum she built at Mt.
Hope Cemetery in Westchester
N.Y. Every instrument is carved
into its columns and the glass in
the windows is blue for "Rhap-
sody."
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win mi-It In your mouth served la
Hi.- roolrsl i.li. In tuwa from 4 10
midnight. New Orleans eulslna
Musle by Marty Raye at the plans
In the cocktail loaase.
26 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8711
iftjwivw^x1' STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
ALDEN HOTEL
2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Blumenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y.
and HOTEL WINDSOR. Lakewood. N. J.
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STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
Telephone 58-2979
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
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London Arms Hotel
727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264
$2.50
STEAKS, CHOPS.
CHICKEN and
OTHER VARIETIES
SERVED
FROM
5:30 to 8:00 P.M.
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY
Catering to Weddings, Banquets and Bar Milxvah Parties

eOnly Iru\
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 54058 Open Daily and Sunday. 5:00 9:30 P. M.
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Best Meal in Town
645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478
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SHORE DINNERS
SELECT STEAKS
Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11
Sunday. 12 to 11
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Imported Chompagnti and ran W'mn at
old rintaqt cno/c* Liquiuri
Music by. CHARLIE HI BECK
and HIS IIrrhritra
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DADE COUNTIANS
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'H, what most of the human race would
give to be in your shoes!
Clothing that you may consider old can
bring new life to some suffering person to
whom war brought despair and destitution.
Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is
100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bed-
ding. If your contribution seems negligible,
bear this in mind: Every garment you give
means one more human being saved from
told or sickness or possibly death.
About 25,000,000 people overseas re-
ceived clothing collected from Americans
last spring. But for even- person clothed so
far, a dozen more remain virtually thread-
bare. Your spare clothing will be distrib-
uted free, without discrimination, to victims
of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the
Philippines, and the Far East.
Dig into your attics, trunks! and closets
today ... dig out all the serviceable cloth-
ing you can possibly spare... take it to your
local collection depot now. If you doubt the
need for it overseas, ask the boys who've
been there!
What YOU. Can Do!
M Get together all the clothing you
can spare.
li Take It to your local collection depot
immediately.
tl Volunteer some spare time to your
local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY
J topcoats
v* suits
V pants
v* shoes
v* dresses
v" skirts
v" gloves
J caps
v* sweaters
v" robes
V underwear
The more you do the better youTl feel
TAKE CLOTHES TO HEADQUARTERS
Washington Ave. At 21st St.-Ample Parking
OR ANY MIAMI DEPOT
PHONE 5-9056
MRS. MURIEL HIRSCH, Dade Couty General Chairman
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL
1940 Park Avenue
TUDOR HOTEL
Mortimer E. Wien. Managing Director
Jack A. Gilman. Manager
Colline Ave. corner 11th St
Ed Singer Welcomes You to the
NATIONAL HOTEL
Directly on the Ocean at 17th St.
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Avenue
Victory Clothini
This advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Counril
ELM0^ia& VILLAS
MONROE TOWERS
3010 Collins Avenue
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive
SOMERSET HOTEL
335 Ocean Drive
MAXINE HOTEL
1756 CUins Avenue
, TAFT HOTEL
^ Washina,n Avenue
MILIEAN HOTEL
1117 James Avenu*
POINCIANA HOT&I
1555 Collins Avenue
COLLINS PARK H0t*|
2000 Park Avenu*
OCEAN SURF HOT^I
7436 Ocean Ten0*
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PATRICIAN HOTEL
3621 Collins Avenuo
SILVER PALM HOTEL
3700 Collins Avenue
>BERT RICHTER HOTEL
3301 Collins Avenue
WILSH1RE HOTEL
3710 Collins Avenue
GREENVIEW HOTEL
1671 Washington Avenue
CARIBBEAN HOTEL
3737 Collins Avenue
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Drive
Gfossinger's Pancoast Hotel
2901 Collins Avenue
PATRICIA HOTEL
312 S. E. 2nd Avenue Mia*"
PLAZA HOTEL
316 Biecayne Blvd. Wami
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LEAMINGTON HOTEL
307 N. E. First St Miami
TAMIAMI HOTEL
203 W. Flagler St. Miami
LYNN PARK HOTEL
27 N. E. 4th St. Miami
NEW PIONEER HOTEL
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Hadassah Affair
Aid 3 Projects
lun.or Hadassah girls have put
d(. m!I other work to devote
li, time to arranging their
1V ,1 t be held Sunday eve-
sR from 7 till midnight at the
Proceeds from the carnival will
divided among Hadassah's
uth Al.vnh project, the Jewish
lional Fund and the Joint Pal-
Tin,. Administration Fund.
hce President Gene Bushell.
L is general chairman, an-
,ncrs that many local shops
" donated prizes which will
Auctioned off by Lester Hart.
ke booth committee, headed
liui-ille Yagoda. has planned
b.ngo dancing, fortune telling
pitching pennies, among
Her features.
hgo working on the carnival
Natalie Frankel. Junior Ha-
bah president; Toby Cooper.
chairman; Miriam Felt, re-
thmente: Goldie Goldre.ch and
Jvn Shorofsky. donations;
Eothy Sussmann. Doris Albin
Charlotte Abrams. bulletin;
jvnn and Jacquelyn Drosd.
(orations.
ISSOVER PRICES SET
totels and restaurants will not
. permitted to charge higher
Ice-; during Passover and Las-
holidaya this year, according
Ian amended ruling announced
Humid H. Martin, district
Ice executive for OPA. Martin
that under the new ruling
over and Easter are not con-
tend legal holidays and reg-
Jr (lav price ceilings will pre-
ll as mi any other day.
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Service Parade
Discharged from the Navy after
three years' service, Manny Ber-
liner. 541 S. W. 2dth rd.. is plan-
ning to resume his studies at the
University of Miami where he
was formerly captain of the uni-
versity tennis squad and sports
editor of the weekly newspaper.
Berliner is the son of Mrs. C.
Berliner.
Vomen's division. American
ish Congress announces that
I donor dinner Feb. 10 has been
anged to the Latin Quarter
km the restaurant originally
hcduled.
Lt. Col. William Berman, executive secretary of the Jewish
War Veterans of the U. S., overseas shipments of bats, baseballs,
footballs, boxing gloves and other athletic equipment to athletic
officers of our occupation troops in Germany.
P.-T. A. Launches Drive
For New Members
Beth David P.-T. A., which will
meet at 2 p.m. Monday at the
Talmud Torah, has launched a
membership drive which includes
a contest among Sunday school
classes to bring in new members.
Highlight of the meeting Mon-
day has been announced as a
"get acquainted" feature.
Projects of the P.-T. A. include
Sunday morning services and
brunches for the Confirmation
and Bar Mitzva classes and a
home study group for children
aged 7 to 9 taught by Mrs. Joel
Belov.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
Fridav evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum
will deliver the first of three sermons on books with a
message: I. "The White Tower," by James Ullman.
Reci ntion in Kaplan hall, Mesdames Frank A. Perlman,
Albert E. Rosenthal, Adolph Wertheimer as hostesses.
Sabbath services. 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W.
Third Ave.. Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conservatire
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Andrew Gott-
schall, regional director of National Conference of Chris-
tens and Jews, will describe "An Adventure in Brother-
hood." Social hour will follow. Sabbath services. 8:30
a.m. Student services. 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. David
Washer to be hosts at Bar Mitzva breakfast Sunday morn-
ing in honor of their son, Jay's birthday.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman s
sermon will be on "The Romance of Judaism." Saturday,
B a.m.. the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion of the
law. Junior serices. 10 a.m. Story-telling hour, Satur-
day. 3 p.m.
LI. (jg) and Mrs. W. H. Koblenz
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kirstein, 1335 S.W.
18th st., pending Lt. Koblenz' dis-
charge from the Navy. Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koblenz, 2719
S.W. 19th ter.. Lt. Koblenz saw
action in the Pacific aboard the
USS Pittsburgh and the USS
South Dakota and is authorized
to wear six ribbons with four
battle, stars. He and Mrs. Koblenz
plan to return to Memphis, Tenn.,
where he will complete his course
at Southern College of Optometry
and obtain his doctorate.
BOATMEN WARNED
Boat operators are warned by
the City of Miami Beach that un-
til Apr. 1, the bridges on the Mac-
Arthur causeway will not be
opened between 7 am and 9 a.m.
and 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.; except that
the west drawspan shall be open-
ed at 8 a.m. and the east draw-
span will be opened on the half
hour and even hour of the morn-
ing period.
The east drawspan will be op-
ened at 5:30 p.m. and the west
drawspan will be opened on the
half hour and even hours' of the
afternoon period, for sufficient
time to pass any boats awaiting
passage.
Capt. Albert Ossip is out of uni-
form after four years in the Army
and is back with the Feuer and
Ossip Insurance agency.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox
Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning
services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services, 10 a.m. at
Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st.
Daily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chose Ave. at 41st
St.. Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronrsh
will speak on "The Legacy of One Man" in observance
<>f the birthday of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt. Social
hour follows with the Mesdames Joseph Fenias. George
Bertman, Inae Bruck and Milton Braunstein as hostesses.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, 301-311
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox ...
Friday night forum, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
sueak on "A World of Law." Adult services Saturday,
fi30 a.m. Sermon topic: "Judges." Intermediate ser-
vices, 9 a.m. Junior services. 10 a.m. Bible study with
5. I. Friedman, 4 p.m. Rabbi S. Krulowitz of Brooklyn,
guest speaker at Shalos Sudos. 5:30 p.m.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder and
honorary president of the Miami
Women's auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged, is chairman
of the membership tea which the
auxiliary will hold 2 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Beth David Audi-
torium.
The program includes an ad-
dress by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
main speaker; a description of
the auxiliary's first term of work
by Mrs. Joel Zalis, president;
"Care of the Aged." a talk by
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president
of the Miami Beach auxiliary;
and a speech on the founding of
the Home by Mrs. Joe Fine. The
musical portion of the program
will be provided by Cantor A. S.
Friedman and several profession-
al entertainers.
Members of the reception com-
mittee for the tea are Mrs. Zalis,
Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. Lena Mason.
Mrs. H. Danziger. Mrs. Essie
Bergman, Mrs. Miriam Gould and
Mrs. L. Brown. Mrs. Paul Raff
is chairman and Mrs. C. Gluck,
cochairman, of the refreshment
committee.
Following a decision of the
membership Tuesday, Mrs. Zalis
announced that nominations and
elections have been postponed till
April.
Irving Leibson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Leibson. 820 Collins
ave.. has been appointed to the
U. S. Coast Guard academy at
New London, Conn., class of 1949.
Leibson is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High school and
received a degree of bachelor of
chemical engineering from the
University of Florida last year.
OHLINGER AND BLAIR
SEEK GRAND SLAM
"Stop Ohlinger & Blair" has
been the cry of dogmen ever since
the 1945-46 meeting got under
way at West Flagler Kennel club.
But so far nothing has been able
to prevent the famous kennel
from dominating the purse-win-
ning at the westsidc oval and
prospects of anybody doing it in
the very near future look none
too bright.
Possessing one of the greatest
kennels of dogs in the history of
greyhound racing, the Ohlinger &
Blair Kennel has been setting a
dazzling pace since coming to
West Flagler and now appears
headed for a grand slam of West
Flagler's four major stake races
the Inaugural Stake, the $1,000
Nursery Stake, the $2,000 Futur-
ity and the Flagler Derby.
The score to date is two under
the belt and two to go. The
Ohlinger & Blair Kennels won
the Inaugural Stake champion-
ship with Flashy Sir and recently
annexed the 1945-46 running of
the Flagler S1.000 Nursery cham-
pionship with What Next Now
the Kennel is shooting for the
$2 000 Futurity crown with sev-
eral brilliant two-year-olds.
In the Derby, the fourth big
Flagler stake race which will
come on closing night, the Ohl-
inger & Blair Kennel is counting
on the fastest dog of modern rac-
ing, Flashy Sir to give the ken-
nel its grand slam of dog racing.
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Boosters Installed
DON S. COLEMAN
Phone 4-7485
MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH
Licensed Electrologist
Removing Superfluous Hair
Warts and Moles
Permanently Without Scar
1401 Alton Road
Phone 5-1448
13 Years of Successful Practice In
New York, New Jersey and Miami
Recommended by the Medical
Profession
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools"
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
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Many of your friends have been generous
donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County.
How about you?
A certain quota is required at all times to
provide for emergencies which may arise in
the community. To fall below this quota could
be dangerous for the welfare of our neigh-
bors, and ourselves.
Remember many lives might be at stake.
Why not call some of your friends and all
go together?
Why not call today?
Thanks.
PHONE
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