The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY F
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
[abs, Communists Oppose
ish State as Hearing Ends
bNDON (JTA)The hearings of the Anglo-American In-
[committee concluded here as representatives of five Arab
testified against Jewish immigration to Palestine and a
tentative of the Communist party in Britain recommended
[rninalion of the Palestine Mandate and the establishment
^pendent Palestine, but not a Jewish State.
Baking for all the Arab states, Faris el Khoury, president
Syrian Senate, said that even if other countries of the
I open their doors to Jewish refugees, Palestine should still
I to admit them. "We save taken enough of them." he said.
?mbly To Decide
of Budgeting
?OIT (JTA) More than
fish leaders from all parts
country are expected to
Bate in the General As-
the Council of Jewish
Itions and Welfare Funds
I will o| en here today.
nkel, Stanley C. My-
( les H. Cohen will
cut tin Greater Miami Jew-
ition. The Miami dele-
i which Myers is senior
|t | as been instructed to
the Assembly that the
inity Noted a tie on
budgeting.
mon problems and respon-
of Jewish federations
funds will be consid-
the gathering which will
lays. The Assembly
pen with a discussion of
ii cai e of the aged and
sii k. and will also discuss
ning day the question
tncing overseas, national
leal operating and capital
I
nal advisory budgeting
idered on Sunday
Mi an i afternoon. Rccom-
the Council board,
i< s have had sev-
in which to discuss
lystalize their judgment on
posal. Delegates will be
' ite on the question.
fc legates to the General
Dly '' i ii to have a Nation-
'' Budgeting service as
stablished tor the bene-
i nlier agencies that
i a service?"
nim.iticm of overseas
I lans for meeting them
the subject of the Sunday
ssion. Speakers will pre-
situation in Europe and
' and will describe plans
1 i" enter America on
sis of President Truman's
nt. On Monday
delegates will con-
problems of anti-Semit-
group relations in
An analysis of whether
lem has been growing or
MS. and what the prospects
h" post-war period ahead
presented.
M> Hillel Silver, presi-
the Zionist Organization
pica, has addressed a com-
'"Ml to Zionist regional
d offices urging them
national advisory bud-
ted Jewish Fund of
>> was reported to have
its delegates to the
mbly to vote to de-
national advisory budget-
Mid failing that, to vote
'he plan.

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CH-The UNO was urged
* to take up the question
'^migration into Pal-
"> a resolution adopted at
wjj session of the confer-
displaced Jews in the
11 wntj.
Asked whether he would op-
pose Jewish immigration to Pal-
estine even if large scale improve-
ments are made there, including
the carrying out of the Lowder-
milk plan and economic develop-
ments which would increase Arab
well-being, Khoury replied: "De-
finitely yes. I wish to state again
that we absolutely reject Jewish
immigration." Asked if the Arabs
in Palestine are interested in
credits, machinery and industrial
advancement, he stated: "Not at
Jewish hands." He added that
the Arab states arc also against
the partitioning of Palestine.
Philip Piratin, Communist
member of Parliament, submitted
a memorandum on behalf of his
party stressing that Palestine is
not a free country and, therefore,
cannot be one of the countries
to admit refugees.
The memorandum expressed
regret at the fact that little has
been done to implement the
White Paper's pledge to make
Palestine independent. It de-
clared that the Communist party
does not believe that it would be
in the interests of refugees to
change their citizenship from that
of a free country to that of a
country with a colonial status.
It requested that Palestine be
made an independent state where
Jews and Arabs will be enabled
to live together as equal citizens.
The Inquiry committee will
issue an interim report in Vienna
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Three Pre-Gampaign Events Listed
JDC Head Here
For Gifts Dinner
AtBeachTuesday
Dr. Manfred Arie
Attends Meeting
of Miami Captains
. Dr. Manfred Arie, noted Vien-
nese jurist and profound student
of Jewish problems, will speak at
the Miami men's division of the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
workers and captains' meeting at
the Town Y 8 p.m. Wednesday.
In Vienna, Dr. Arie held the
position equivalent to that of pre-
siding state supreme court judge
in the United States A doctor of
law and professor of criminal law,
he contributed numerous articles
on legal questions and Jewish
problems to continental publica-
tions, and before coming to this
country was active as a leading
interpreter of the law in Austria
and one of the legal advisors of
the ministry of justice in Austria.
During the first World War, Dr.
Arie served with the rank of
captain and received four medals
for distinguished service and
bravery. Following the war, he
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
News In Brief
IN THE U. S.
NEW Y O R K Dr. Marcel
Sehein, cosmic ray expert of the
University of Chicago and con-
sultant to the General Electric
laboratory, has been credited with
producing, for the first time in
history, the meson, one of the
chief constitutents of cosmic rays.
. Two Jews were among the
five U. S. Army radio experts
who "reached the moon" by
radar. Herbert Kauffman. a
radio man in civilian life, was
one of the two men who actually
recorded the radar wave which
travelled to the moon and back
in 2.4'seconds, while the second
Jew was Jacob Mofsenson, a grad-
uate of City College of New York
and a former diamond dealer .
Lise Meitner, famous Austrian-
born Jewish physicist, whose re-
search in nuclear physics paved
the way for the atom bomb, has
arrived here to accept a position
teaching at the Catholic univer-
sity in Washington.
WASHINGTON The
rary emergency shelter
tempo-
at Fort
Ontario, Oswego, N. Y., has been
closed, Secretary of Interior Har-
old Ickes has announced. The
last of 924 refugees, who spent
more than a year at the camp,
has left to take up permanent
residence in one of the many com-
munities which has offered them
homes and }Qb.
WASHINGTONWith the fili-
buster against the FEPC bill fin-
ishing its second week, Senator
Theodore Bilbo joined his South-
ern colleagues and charged in a
speech from the Senate floor that
the bill would force employers
to establish a "Jewish quota"
when hiring workers. Bilbo cited
the case of a Southern factory
owner who, Bilbo said, was forced
to dismiss "Gentile" employees to
hire Negro and Jewish employees.
ON THE EUROPEAN SCENE
LONDONThe Yugoslav pro-
posal that all displaced persons
be forced to return to their home-
land, with the exception of the
German Jews and the Spanish
Republicans, has been endorsed
by the Ukranian delegation to
the UNO. Simultaneously, the
French delegates proposed that
an advisory committee of the
Economic and Social Council of
the UNO assume the functions
of the Intergovernmental com-
mittee on Refugees and the Lea-
gue of Nations' High Commis-
sioner for Refugees.
FUERTH, GermanyA poll of
nearly 2,000 Jews in two dis-
placed persons camps in Germany
revealed this week that none of
them would consent to stay in
Germany, that all wanted to leave
Europe, and that every single Jew
(C0NTINUIO QN, PA9I I)
QUOTA EXTENDED
JERUSALEM (JTA)Latest
information reveals that the
four-month 1,500 monthly im-
migration quota announced last
week will be extended to six
months, with the starting date
as of last Nov. 1, it has been
learned. However, if any of
the 9,000 new visas remain un-
used at the end of April, they
will be withdrawn.
The Jewish Agency, it is
understood, is attempting to
have the starting date advanced
to Jan. 1 and is also asking that
all the visas be assigned to
Jews. According to present
plans, a few of the immigra-
tion certificates would go to
non-Jews.
The visas will not be distrib-
uted through the Jewish
Agency, as were the bulk of
those available under the White
Paper, but will be assigned
through British diplomat-'c rep-
resentatives abroad. (See page
9 for earlier details.)
Hillel Director
To Aid Drive
At Brunch Sunday
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, will address the
town special gifts division of the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal 10
a.m. Sunday at the Clover Club.
Dr. Sachar. who-is also national
youth director of B'nai B'rith, is
coming here from Washington,
D.C.
The town special gifts division,
headed by Herbert E. Scher, is
composed of leading Miami bus-
inessmen who are seeking to raise
a substantial share of the 1946
goal of $783,100 from large con-
tributors prior to the opening of
the drive Feb. 24.
Sholem to Install
H. TurkClass
An initiation ceremony for the
formal induction of new members
has been set by Sholem lodge of
B'nai B'rith for 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the Miami Elks club, E. Flag-
ler st. and Third ave.
The membership class, first of
its kind since the end of the war,
is being named in honor of Har-
old Turk, past president of
Sholem lodge, under whose lead-
ership the lodge received awards
of merit from the War depart-
ment for its achievements in war
service activities.
The "Harold Turk" degree
team which will initiate the new
members is headed by Maurice
Cromer, assisted by John Kronen -
feld, Alvin Cassel, Milton Fried-
man and Dr. Everett Blasberg.
Officers and trustees of Sholem
lodge will participate in formal
attire in the initiation rites. The
membership will also hear an
address by Rabbi Saul B. Appel-
baum.
B'nai B'rith members from
other states have been invited to
attend the meeting.
UPA Elects Rosenbloom
NEW YORK, (JTA) Charles
J. Rosenbloom of Pittsburgh has
been elected national chairman of
the United Palestine Appeal, it
was announced this week. Ru-
dolf G. Sonneborn. of New York,
wit n*md iMocUtt chftjrrnin.,
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee, one of the three agen-
ciea of the United Jewish Appeal,
will be guest speaker at the Beach
special gifts division dinner of the
1941) Combined Jewish Appeal to
be held 7 p.m. Tuesday at the
Robert Richter hotel.
Warburg, who has recently re-
turned from a tour of displaced
persons camps In Germany and
Austria as a member of the U.S.
armed forces, will tell the Beach
workers of the despair and frus-
tration of the displaced Jews. He
will give an account of the work
of the JDC workers in displaced
persons camps in Germany and
Austria, and what these men do
in bringing supplementary food,
clothing, emergency supplies, re-
ligious, cultural, vocational and
educational assistance to the dis-
placed persons.
NEW YORK (JTA) Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg will serve
as chairman of an unprece-
dented S3S.000.000 campaign on
behalf of the overseas relief,
rehabilitation, resettlement and
welfare agencies of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater New
York, it was announced this
week.
Abraham Goodman, Alfred
Stone and Shepard Broad, co-
chairmen of the Beach special
gifts division, have as their lead-
ing workers Harry I. Magid, Mor-
ris Goodman, Arthur Perper,
Murray Maurer. Nat H. Hankoff,
Gus Trau, Jack Bcber, Alex Van
Stratten, Samuel Sapiro, Harry
Zukernick, Harry Cornblum, Leo
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6)
Cities Heed UJA Call;
First Pledges Told
Almost seven million dollars
has been pledged to the United
Jewish Appeal's $100,000,000
campaign by seven cities and
the state of Maine.
As reported by Isidor Coons
and Henry Monotor, executive
vice chairmen, the following
pledges have been made:
Detroit, Mich.: a minimum al-
lotment of $2,000,000 to the UJ
A for 1946; Baltimore: $1,500,-
000; Pittsburgh: bulk of $1,500,-
000 quota intended for UJA;
Miami: $500,000; Maine: $392,-
000; New Britain, Conn.: $150,-
000; St. Paul, Minn.: $400,000;
Miiumpolis' $25,0QQ,

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PAGE TWO
fyuoncdfy XpeoMnq,
ed Boat Party to Benefit Beth David Make^
Cantor Kel< *Ve Midge Cohn Memorial
Miss Rose SanzeU
tig funds to
Newlandei will re married m ibeii Cuban honeymoon,
the Michigan city Sunday. The AT HOMZ AND ABROAD
::.:!= will motor '.: Miami '; Dovid R Isen .3 sper.a.r.:: ^
vs.: his mothei Mrs. G.se'.z .,.ei< __ Key West ::- 3 fishing
Newlandei ::: a month, The -- with rzze:: N than
overseas ihej --;-_--- MacaUeil Texas and Charles
European -------- f^ .__ lrs A^;es and sr
tons, rhe couple .-......e ... ;__^ v_.._ -.__ .. _..
De^,t .. home to Salinas
Miss Home Sis Gordon______ Friedman re-
dcuchter cf Mi and Mrs. Aaron ---;> :

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aboard
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nd Mr. and
Mrs. Yctta
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Mr. and
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A spcc.al c. r.gregation
has been called by Hrrvi
pres.dent of Beth Sfj
p.m. Sunday at the i*T '
auditorium. 'a
Tht' s'-- f Bethi
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Ball for March 4 aTT ^
hall. Mrs. 11,4.;^
general chanrr.an of uVjJi
ment; Mr. and Mrs C pT]
Chicago and J$\
Levenson. :.on^ '
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Louis Lopatin Tuesday. Mr.
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MATURE WOMAN
Will do Practical Nursing cr
stay with children days cr
nights. Mrs. Eva Asnes. 833
Biscayne St.. Miami Beach.
JUST PUBLISHED
A RABBI'S
FAITH
Sermons
C: Here ar.d Courage
By Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner
Price $2.50
Sons oi Abraham Book Fund
74 South Ferry Street
Aibar-y 2, N. Y.
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PAGE THREE
,el Raffs Plan
|me In Montreal
Gwendolyn Gordon will
, the bride of Lionel Raff
L, noon Sunday in a cere-
%j be performed by Dr
,, Kaplan at the Wofford
i bride-to-be^ daughter of
find Mrs. Murray Gordon,
g \V 24th avc, will be at-
by Miss Arline Lipson as
tf honor. Dr. Moe Raff.
,.,.,.,,1. bicther of the bride-
.(lect, will be best man.
lie informal ceremony will be
Vl.,\ by a luncheon at the
The couple will honcy-
in Havana, Miami and New
City before proceeding to
treal. Tiny will be at home
05 Ridgewood id., Montreal.
Gordon is a graduate of
Jniversity f Miami, where
jnajored in French and was
ol Delta Phi Epsilon so-
and a member of Junior
Mr. Raff, son of Mr. and
el Raff of Montreal,
I hools in Quebec.
L, m guests here for the
Binu include Dr. and Mrs. M.
and Mrs. Moo Gordon, of
|t Mr. and Mrs. Al Gor-
Sainia, Ontario; Mr. and
].. Wolf, London, Ontario;
[Joseph Gold, Brooklyn, New
IHadassah Nets
iO at Carnival
li
hundred fifty dollars was
it the carnival sponsored
jior Hadassah Sunday eve-
rding to Natalie Fran-
nt. The money will
tlie Jewish National
the Joint Palestinian Ad-
ration Fund and Youth
of Junior Hadassah
to entertain Miss Graco
one. field director of the
al Youth commission, who
i.-it here early in March,
neral meeting of the group
held at 8 p.m. Thursday
Beach Y.
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Uproarious with
Laughter and Gloriou*
with Music and Song!
"BREAKFAST
in HOLLYWOOD"
With
TOM BRENEMAN
and
BONITA
GRANVILLE
EDWARD RYAN *
BEULAH BONDI
"[he Singing of
Andy Russell
The Music of
Spike Jones
and his
City Slicker*
The King Cole Trio
Miss Kanter to Become
Bride of Mr. Weissman
Miss Joan Muriel Kanter will
become the bride of Eli Israel
Weissman at 3 p.m. Sunday in a
ceremony to be conducted by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the
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Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Emanuel Barkan will assist.
The bride-to-be, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Kanter,
249 Collins avc., will be attended
by Lorraine Weinberg, maid of
honor, and Evelyn Tendler,
Gloria Fink, Shirley Goldstein
and Juliet Mcltzcr, bridesmaids.
Abe Klein will be best man for
the bridegroom, who is the son
of the Joseph J. Weissmans, 450
S. W. 18th ter. Ushers will be
Robert and Alvin Wasserman,
Abe Hirschbein, Morton Saslow
and Sam Meltzer. The Misses
Barbara and Sheila Farbman will
serve as flower girls and Peter
Klein, the bridegroom's nephew,
will be ring bearer.
A reception at the Center and
a family dinner at the Nether-
lands hotel will follow the cere-
mony. The couple will honey-
moon in Cuba for two weeks,
after which they will live at Mi-
ami Beach.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
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Ft. Lauderdale Navy
Invited to Services
Tonight has been designated
Naval Air Force Sabbath under
the sponsorship of the National
Jewish Welfare board by Rabbi
David Hale Gross, of Temple
Emanuel of Hollywood and Ft
Lauderdale.
Personnel of Ft. Lauderdale
Naval Air station have been in-
vited to attend services. They will
be greeted by local Boy Scouts
in celebration of National Boy
Scout Week.
The Rev. Albert Dale Hag-
ler of Bryan Memorial church,
Coconut Grove, will be the prin-
cipal speaker.
ding will include Judge and Mrs.
James Weinroth. Elkton, Md.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenthal,
and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosenthal,
of Philadelphia; Mrs. Benjamin
Goldberg and Mrs. Harry Rosen-
thal, of Atlantic City, all rela-
tives of the bride-to-be, and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Bockner and fam-
ily, relatives of the bridegroom.
WANTED
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ceptionist. Ideal position for
someone with Jewish social
service or community work
background.
Phone Mrs. Miller58-2503
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Young Model To Appear Thursday
At B nai B rith Women's Luncheon
Miss Cornelia W. Turk, 5-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Turk, will be among the
models who will be featured in
the fashion show at the Valen-
tine's day luncheon to be given
by B'nai B'rith Women at the
Terrace restaurant. The rest of
the models are professionals.
Margaret Newman will stage
the show, which will include a
collection of 30 ensembles of
slack suits, play clothes and
cocktail frocks. Furs from Alex-
ander's and precious jewels will
also be displayed at the affair
next Thursday. Randy Polansky,
formerly of the Army special ser-
vices, will sing during the musical
portion of the arogram.
One of the highlights of the
afternoon will be the distribution
of a program book which has been
prepared by Mrs. Tillie Rosen-
thal and Mrs. Luther Bromberg.
The advertising book includes
favorite recipes submitted by
members.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman is general
chairman of the luncheon. Com-
mittees include Mrs. Sam Silver,
Mrs. Jack Fein and Mrs. Harvey
Herman, tickets; Mrs. Harold
Turk, program chairman; the
Mesdames Abe Seidler, Ben Lan-
dau, Sam Goldman, E. V. Seidler
and Freda Shifman.
Price of the luncheon is $5.00
per person.
The only American flag bear-
ing Hebrew characters in its fold
was presented to Lincoln in I860
by Abraham Kohn of Chicago, a
member of B'nai B'rith.
Hear .
DR. ABRAM L.
SACHAR
SUNDAY MORNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK
CLOVER CLUB
AUSPICES SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
PHONE 3-5411 FOR RESERVATIONS
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
As required by Section 2, Chapter 23079, of the Acts of 1941. I, or one of my
Deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite each for
the purpose of receivinq Tax Returns for the year 1946.
N. Miami Beach............Feb. 18. 1946 10:00 A.M. Town Hall
North Miami................Feb. 18. 1946 1:00 P.M. Town Hall
Biscayne Park..............Feb. 18, 1946 2:00 P.M. Town Hall
Miami Shores Village........Feb. 18. 1946 3:00 P.M. Town Hall
Little River................Feb. 18. 1946 4:00 P.M. Little River Drug
Co.
Hialeah .................. Feb. 19, 1946 9:00 A.M. City Hall
Miami Springs..............Feb. 19, 1946 10:00 A.M. Municipal Building
OpaLocka .................Feb. 19. 1946 11:00 A.M. Town Hall
N. W. 7th Ave. and 95th St Feb. 19. 1946 1:00 P.M. W. E. Peach Real
Estate Office
Golden Beach...............Feb. 19, 1946 2:00 P.M. Golden Beach Pa-
villion
Sunny Isles.................Feb. 19, 1946 3:00 P.M. Sunny Isles Casino
Allapattah .................Feb. 19, 1946 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jackson
School
Lemon City................Feb. 19, 1946 11:00 A.M. Miami Edison
School
N. W. 62nd St. and 22nd Ave. Feb. 19. 1946 9:00 A.M. Corner Supply
N. W. 71st St. and 17th Ave.. Feb. 19. 1946 10:00 A.M. Dorsey High
School
3156 N. W. 27th Ave.........Feb. 19. 1946 11:00 A.M. Melrose Properties
Office
Miami Beach...............Feb. 20. 1946 1:00 P.M. City Hall
Surfside .................. Feb. 20. 1946 3:00 P.M. City Hall
2217 N. W. 7th St............Feb. 20. 1946 9:00 A.M. Shell Service
Station
2701 W. Flagler St..........Feb. 20. 1946 10:00 A.M. Waldron Tire Co.
1228 N. W. 3rd Ave..........Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Diamond Barber
Shop
Red Road and Tamiami Trail.Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Wild Cat Pharmacy
1918 Red Road..............Feb. 20, 1946 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery
Store
Coral Gable*................Feb. 20, 1946 10:00 A.M. City Hall
2906 Tamiami Trail..........Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Meggs Dept. Store
2340 S. W. 32nd Ave.........Feb. 20, 1946 1:00 P.M. Tyson Sundries
Coconut Grove .............Feb. 20. 1946 2:00 P.M. City Hall
South Miami............Feb. 20. 1946 9:00 A.M. Town Hall
MIAMI ....................Jan. 2.1946 9:00 A.M. 242 Court House
Through Apr. 1, 1946 5:00 P.M.
(Saturday, 9:00 A. M.Noon)
I also wish to remind the taxpayers that It is necessary to file only one
application for homestead exemption, and that is with the County Assessor.
This office will in turn certify the exemption to the various municipalities
after it has been allowed. Applications are to be filed between January 1st
and April 1st. It is necessary, however, that personal property returns and
special exemption forms, such as widow's, veteran's and disability exemp-
tions, be filed with the municipality as well as with the County.
Under the provisions of the new tax laws relating to tangible personal and
intangible personal property, it is mandatory that every person, firm,
corporation, trustee, etc., owning or having control, management or custody
of taxable personal property in the State of Florida, file annually a return
with the Tax Assessor. The Act provides for penalties of 10rf when the
taxpayer fails to file these returns. When visiting the above precincts, we
will receive applications and furnish receipts for all returns and applica-
tions filed.
Respectfully,
J. N. LUMMUS, JR..
Assessor of Taxes
Dad* County, Florida
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*Jewish fhrkflan
PAGE FIVE
DASSAH HEARS
LIEF WORKER
, Martha Sharp of the
Mean Relief or Czccholslo-
lI" be guest speaker at
Jtbig oi the Greater Miami
KrHadassah. 1:30 p.m. Mon-
I' ?he Atlantis hotel. Miss
I, Kussy, one of the original
TC of national Hadassah,
rDilrticipate in a memorial
[... lor the first anniversary
,. death <>f Miss Henrietta
who was a personal friend
B Sharp was an agent of
KiKd States Committee for
|t, of European Children
' neered in transporting
-,' to wartime homes in
lIU-i She has been decorated
|l government of Portugal
is 0 life member of the
1,!, and the Portugese Red
Abraham Goodman will
,(,!,. ,i the business meeting
I], Wjii precede the program.
[Daniel Berliner will outline
L,\ vents.
I,,,,,, February, which Ha-
, designated as Youth
Bh month, Mrs. Milton Wolf,
p the project, and Mrs.
Iv Platoff arc arranging fund
n tii s to be held in mem-
:
Sophie Tucker to Entertain AJC
At Donor Dance for Child Care
American Jewish Congress
members and their guests will
be entertained by Sophie Tucker
and the Latin Quarter show at
the formal dinner dance the
Women's division will hold 6:30
p.m. Sunday in the club on Palm
Island, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, presi-
dent, announces.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman,
and her co chairmen, Mrs. Philip
Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel Bas-
kind, have arranged the affair
which will benefit the American
Committee for the European Jew-
ish Children, of which Dr. Albert
Einstein is chairman.
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise,
who are cochairmen of the Re-
habilitation committee will be
honored by the local AJC division
at a luncheon March 7.
Besides placing children in pri-
vate homes and institutions, some
members of the committee have
constituted themselves foster
parents of children in Europe and
maintain personal contact with
those for whom their gifts pro-
vide. It is estimated that $300
covers a year's care for each
child.
Final plans for the dance were
made at a board meeting yester-
Lincoln was the first president
to appoint a Jewish army chap-
lain. Dr. Arnold Fischel of New
York got the appointment in 1862
after Congress passed special leg-
islation making it possible.
The last photograph of Lincoln,
taken on the Sunday before his
assassination, was made in the
Washington studio of Adolphus
Solomons, later president of the
B'nai B'rith in Washington.
i
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
day at the home of Miss Cara
Goldenberg.
imes Law Practice
i, Lt. (JK> Dnvid Catsman
, i the practice of law
MIZRACHI DIVISIONS
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
ving m the Navy for 30
tii- Hi has opened his office
|l()l Lincoln id. Catsman re-
with his wife at 1518 W.
|lcr st. He is program chair-
(of B'nai B'rith Sholcm lodge.
it. Ernest Wolfman, son of
| drs. Max Wolfman, 1565
ave., lias been sent over-
. mberg, Germany, for
y. n duty.
graduate of Technical High
was an airplane me-
p; before joining the air
in July, 1945.
Mrs. Lillian Snyder, who was
connected with the Henry street
settlement for 30 years, will be
installed as president of the
Women's division of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi tomorrow eve-
ning at Beth Jacob's Community
house. Mrs. Snyder was for-
merly president of the settlement
house in New York.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, hon-
orary president of the Men's di-
vision, will install the officers.
Mrs. Joseph Brenner, past presi-
dent, has been named honorary
president of the Women's group
for life.
Other officers are Rabbi Uri
Felshan, president, Men's divi-
sion; Mrs. Pauline Chill. Mrs.
Goldie Sirs, Max Wenger, Joel
Cohen, vice presidents; Mrs. Eu-
genia Lillianfield, treasurer;
Meyer Mescheloff, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Louis Feder, corre-
sponding secretary; Cantor Feder,
recording secretary; Dr. A. J.
Safra and Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg,
trustees.
Appointed committee chairmen
are Mrs. Freda Carlstein, Jewish
National Fund; Mrs. Bertha
Hagen and Mrs. Esther Hagen,
membership; Mrs. Esther Safra,
children's village; Mrs. Esther
Shafron and Mrs. Anna Fein-
berg, in charge of affairs.
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Phonea 2-024391042
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will open again for business at
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next to the Chaae Federal Bank
on or before February 1st, showing their stock of rare jewels,
fine antiques and works of art never shown before here.
For other information see
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Plant and M^ Office. 21 S. W. Seccad Avenu.^^
P. O. Box 2973
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FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
VOLUME 19
NO!
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ADAR I '
CAMPAIGN
CALENDAR
194
Sunday. February 10.
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Tuorcoy. February 12:
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Wednesday. February 13:
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conference, wen! on to scy tool me iuto -...........
left to tht United Nations Organization. -------------------
And now thai :ne United Nation. Orga.luauon n Q BE HQN0RED
London. Mr. Bevin again changes his tune. He ces
that Trans-Jordan must be made ir.ceper.cer.. andthat in
of Palestine must wait the conclusion ol the ......--.,* -
Anglo-American Ir.cuiry commission. Observers stLonac
that Mr. Bevin does no: want Pciestir.e to come under a .
Nations trusteeship.
rcPAY^JtBRu^l
3/rs. Za/fe Named CAa/r^l
0/" Sisterhood Membership ]J
TRANS-JORDAN
Mr.Bevin.meBriti.hForeigfM^er.no^a;
words, but whatever words he utters, it m-.- be .-........ r-
and supported by the British Trans-Jordan has no mon
an army of its own. Generally the funds for it have come
Palestine. _
The upshot c: this independence move- .s that while Ii
Jordan will have independence, Britain will Bull conl
cause it controls and maintains the Trans-Jordan army
The intent of Mr. Bevin with regard to Palestine is equaLy
clecr. Here, too, he dees net want the United Nations to intrude.
Just as in Trans-Jordan, there :s to be an Arab-British :ontrol
with the British really having the -pre: hand so in Pa
it is prccosec to r.c-.e cm Anglo-American partnership with the
British having control. And the control would he exercised in
the seme way by the army. Britain has an immense army in
Palestine. Tims army is not intended merely fox Palestine.
Certainly there is no need icr airborne divisions in so small c
country as Palestine but Palestine has become z bastion :c: the
British in the east.
It boils down to this: Mr. Bevin's policy is based en cr.e
thingthe supposed British interest.
The hostility cf Mr. Bevin to Zionist aims is disc made
manifest in the announcement about Trans-Jordan. Tran
dan is actually net... the eastern part of Palestine. It is
part of the Palestine Mandate and Zionists have never com-
pletely left it out of their calculations It is c large :ountry
twice cs large as Palestineand virtually unsettled. It. :-. s si
the Bible it wes regarded cs par: cf Palestine, and Jewish tribes
lived there. Mr Bevin wants to make sure that Jews sh
more indulge in such thoughts.
Mrs. Joel Zalif
; iip tea of the
ia i Sisterhood of
Jewish Orthodox Con-
tion and Talmud Torah will
2 | i Tui sday at the
Talmud Torah,
. .V ; rd st.
Zalis, chairman of the
nged the program
: .nit' a welcoming
Emanuel Karger,
Ik by the Rev. Mau-
nd musical selec-
on the reception com-
'.'.. Karger, Mrs.
DR. ARIE TO SPEAK
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ARABS OPPOSE STATE
5M PACE 1|
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Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Tel<. Agency, Inc.
STRAWS IN THE WIND:
Here is a tip to Zionist politi .
leaders who are groping in
dark with regard to "'
attitude on the Pali tin
They should know tl Soviet
government is wat "-
great intei st the s lit within the
Arab league, of which few an
aware, but which is nevert .
widening ... On one hand then
is the solid bloc of Egypt and
Saudi Arabia, which has been
strengthened following the recent
visit of Ibn Saud to King F,
... On the other hand thei
is the Hashemite dynasty repre-
sented by the rulers of Iraq and
Transjordan. and those prop
the creation of a Great
to be composed of Lebanon. S
Palestine and Transjordan.
In the fight which is now de-
veloping between these tw(
blocs, Moscow definitely sides
with both Saudi-Arabia and
Egypt against the Hashemites .
One of the reasons for this atti-
tude is the fact that Egypt and
Saudi-Arabia are not leaning
towards Britain as are the rulers
of Iraq and Transjordan. An-
other reason is that Soviet Rus-
sia is definitely against the plan
for a Greater Syria because this
project emanates from the Brit-
ish foreign office.
And speaking of Transjordan,
I .' Z

I 5 to | Britain
battle :. th nn I mter.tioi
I ttr.e Mandate
.. .
try thai
Britai i
jout th It is also ob-
liges can be
'- :' Man t
with it consultatioi
vernn nt ol I I ., 5t ,
THE PALESTINE ISSUE:

.'' proceedingl
tun to lend 1
.. Arthur L
to 1 W
m Lond n wl
Z
will prepar.
' th.
N w that Britain 1
;' to admit :
month to Palestine, pen
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when
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^OTHES STILL NEEDED
AS DRIVE NEARS END
1
trict attorney in
nly Jew who ever
At the present
voting a great por-
n I his til and talents to
Appeal in an
nti rprel the plight of
Ji in Europe
: America.
n, chairman of
livision, stated
11 be no solicitation
fund : ting. Refresh-
erved. A meeting
ii n's division will
ery near future.
I the Miami men's
... 1 Dickson, Sol
Kaufman. Louis
Weinkle.
JDC CHAIRMAN HERE
[CONTINUED FROM PAGE ^)
Samuel Lachman,
tein, David Emmer,
Harold Spaet, and
'. Kane.
Beach special gifts
the importance of
$783,100 goal.'" Mr.
tated, and have
Ives to bring in
ti reach this goal.
the eves of the
' On ater Miami as
i m all the Jewish
drives to be held
country. The Mi-
11 ial gifts division
t to see that the
the n maimng Jews
: receive the aid
ling for."
Y IN SECOND PLACE
V basketball team
in the seven-
gue standings
winning eight
two. Tin team.
a winning streak of
mes. most recently
Naval Receiving sta-
..hCand.es.
should be tied
ly.
public schools.
the M.ami police
lowntown depart-
' b.-n designated
The drive ends Feb.
zer and Mrs Hilda ?
are in charge ol refresh'.
The Sisterhood u-iii .n
. Purim Ball .. M^ H
| Moose Hall Mrs K *'
name her committees Jj*
Personally $pej|J
the quartermaster egJ
discharged last week r
ing 22 months overstT)
recently in Japan.
Major and Mrs. Fred k
and their baby, Karen, J
ing his mother, Mrs. n3
before going to New l
live. Major Plant is on ]
leave after service a {
He has been in the An
years. His brother, I
Plant also or. terminal
returned to New York ii
wile after visiting here
Army two and one-haHi
Ted saw action in the I
. First Lt. and Mrs. i
Graham are visiting hs j
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ahe(
berg, 815 Euclid ave. Lt{
ham, who has been in i
one and a half years, will
a dental office here
completion of his
leave. He attended
school in Baltimore.
Capt. David Roller 1
ceived news from the W|
partment of his promotion
major in the Air con*
terminal leave, he resideji
his wife and their two i
ters, Sandra and Judy, at I
West ave. In service fiei
he was overseas in the ]
ior 13 months.
Mrs. Ida Marcus, 1071)
Ninth ave., is expecting hei
Soundman 3-c Jack Maros|
Miami shortly. Marcuic
at San Francisco last
after a year and a half si
Pacific. He has been of
Navy two and a half yecnl
will be discharged next i
. Major Harold A. Rail
his mother, Mis. Rose Ro4l
Chicago, are visiting hff
ters, Mrs. Al Quadow andi
Joseph M. Fine. Now|
minal leave. Major Rothi
chief of surgery at "
Japan, and was ovenoj
months. Before the w|
taught surgery at the Uni*
of Illinois Medical school
will resume practice in V
cago.
Mr. and Mrs. Phi?
show, 422 S. W. 25th rdj
the parents of a son,
Stanley, born Jan. 2
Francis hospital
WITH THE CLUBS
Mrs. Martha Sharp,'*]
extensive relief work oJ
Europe, will describe j
periences Monday at T
ly luncheon ol the B"fflj
Committee of Fifty
dnithLTarbuthIvrith*i
at the Beach Y at 8
day.
News~In Briefj
in both camps wanted to J|
to Palestine. < >nly > F
the voters filU'd in ".
choice. Of these,"*
country in the Western
sphere, while othBJ ^
crematorium, i' tm-
go to Palestine
BUCHARKSTkA
Jews, 100.000 of w^ja
plied for emigration ^
are appealing the ji*fii
Anglo-American mju^
tee not to visit this iw-
W-SKv^SfeS
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'Jen 1st)fhrtdtot)
PAGE SEVEN
DEI
BT OF JEWS
LI
Helen Warcn, stage and
L.. who was a member of
'I'SOtn-iipi-to enter Ger-
BEACH Y TO STAGE
TOURNAMENT SUNDAY
Trophies, medals and a chance
for national ranking will go to
winners of the Beach Y's table
tennis tournament Sunday. The
contest will begin with women's
singles at 10 a.m. and conclude
with finals at 7 p.m.
Besides women's singles, men's
singles and doubles will be
played. About 40 entrants have
signed up, according to Jack
Marash, tournament manager.
The event is sanctioned by the
United States Table Tennis as-
sociation.
RALPH FRANKS TO LIVE
IN BEVERLY HILLS
After a honeymoon in Palm
Beach, Lt. (jg) Ralph Frank, jr.,
and his bride, the former Miss
Floran Friedman, will make their
home in Beverly Hills, Calif. The
Franks Were married recently in
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Friedman, 308 W. Rivo
Alto Island.
Mrs. Frank attended Stephens
college in Columbia, Mo., and Lt.
Frank attended the University of
California.
ift,.i V K day, will be the
f nor and speaker at the
on of the women's special
(vision <>f the 1946 Com-
[Jewish Appeal at noon
lv Maxim's, 9516 Hard-
fenuc. Surfside.
Waren, who left the
ay success, "The Search-
fcid," i" play the leading
the overseas company of
little Indians," recently re-
from a year's tour of the
ican and European
ol operations. She spent
honths in Germany, where
Ited many of the notorious
ation camps. Although
never had any previous
\w in social or relief
she was so deeply rndved
(plight of the Jews in these
that she embarked on a
anded rescue mission of
(in. Miss Waren helped
Ihe interned men and
find their way across the
into Italy, and through
lourees managed to ob-
od foi' others. She also
in removing some of the
prisoners from their fil-
Jlton-holcs to better living
V. ins career in the
has included appearances
\V' Horn" and In the lead-
I in Alien Corn" for which
reived the acclaim of the
s well as a number of
Outstanding hits. She has
en very active in the ex-
nbl theatre.
\ it of her personal ex-
1 trinfl her recent visit
many, Miss Waren Is uni-
wualified to discuss the
and the needs of the Jcw-
wivors of Hitlerism. Her
&< story of the status of
p's in postwar Europe has
Istirred the audiences she
Iresscd.
[Monte Sclig, Mrs. Benja-
fcyers, and Mrs. Matilda
Ian the cochairmen of the
J5 special gifts division, as-
v Mis. George M. Cohen,
TV, and Miss Thelma
who is in charge of
Irtation.
Bses for the afternoon are:
lax Dobrin, chairman of
solicitation; Mrs. Milton
[chairman of general soli-
in Miami and Miami
I Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chair-
Bami women's solicitation;
pi Leslie, chairman. Beach
1 solicitation; Mrs. Max
and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer.
fH Y DANCES
p for the general commu-
lill be held weekly, be-
tomorrow evening at
the Beach Y, according
Marash, executive di-
[ously, the Saturday night
were conducted by the
.each Serwce league and
ponjined ts service per-
and hostessea
TIBBETT TO SING
AT OE8U CONCERT
Lawrence Tibbett, outstanding
baritone of Metropolitan Opera
fame, will appear at Miami Edi-
CJA Divisions Hear
Story of Buchenwald
Chaplain Herschel Schacter, the
first Jewish chaplain to enter the
Buclunwald concentration camp
after liberation day addressed the
PARTY AIDS JNF,
RUSSIAN RELIEF
The sum of $775 was raised at
a party given by Mr. and Mrs.
Max Azar at their home, 1325
Cortez st., Coral Gables, Friday in
honor of Elaine Gordon Decker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Gordon of New York.
Daniel Brod gave a brief talk
on behalf of Russian Relief. Mr.
Gordon donated $500. An allot-
ment of $275 was made to the
Jewish National Fund.
son High school Tuesday evening
for the benefit of the Gesu Recre-
ation center. Miss Ruth Brotman
of the Beaux Arts bureau has ar-
ranged for Mr. Tibbett's perform-
ance.
C. H. Lieberman, Washington
Jewish physician, was one of the
nine medical men at Lincoln's
death-bed.
lawyers' and accountants' divi-
sions of the 1946 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal at the Downtown club
last night.
Chaplain Schacter gave an eye-
witness account of his personal
experiences in the rescue and
transportation work of 350 Jew-
ish children from Buchenwald to
Switzerland. He related behind-
the-scenes episodes concerning
the creation of the Jewish com-
mittee in Buchenwald, the forma-
tion of the Kibbutz Buchenwald
and the first Zionist Hachshara
on German soil.
Arthur S. Friedman and Leon
Kaplan, cochairmen of the law-
A call to non-Jewish as well
as Jewish veterans of both World
Wars has been issued by Dr.
Maurice Klein, commander of the
Freda Markowitz post, JWV. A
meeting of all veterans will be
held at 8 p.m. in Beth David.
VALENTINE PARTY
A Valentine card party will be
held by the Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation at 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. P. Socoloff, 1898
S. W. Fourth ave. Entertainment
and refreshments will be pro-
vided.
A. KRONENFELD
JOHN KRONENFELD
yers' division are assisted by
Marx M. Feinberg and Morris
Rosenberg, captains. The ac-
countants' division is headed by
Maurice G. Furman. Captains of
the division are Harry Blumin,
Edward Friedman, Louis Gilman,
Sidney Lefcourt, Sidney Wasser-
man and Eugene Weiss.
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Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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THAT SHE CAN WEAR?
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to some suffering person to
whom war brought despair
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of Nazi and Jap oppression
in Europe, the Philippines,
and the Far Ease
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J^EVEP. AGAIN will theu young Jews approaching
the shores of Palestine -eel the lash of the anti-
Semite. Saved irons the horrors of mass extermination,
they will never be homeless again. Through the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal for S783.100 you tan help
many thousands of refugees rebuild their lives with
dignity and security in Palest:-e in 1946. You can help
thousands of orphaned youths forget the horrible past
and achieve freedom as Jews in the Jewish National
Home through the Miami campaign in behalf of the
5100.000.000 United Jewish Appeal.
r ARGE-SCALE emergency relief must be provided
*- through the Joint Distribution Committee for hun-
dreds of thousands of the survivors of Hitlerism. Settle
meat in Palestine must be facilitated through the United
Palestine Appeal for the many who cannot and will
not return to live amidst the Jewish mass graves in
Eastern Europe, and aid must be continued by the
National Refugee Service for the adjustment of the
many thousands of refugees who will come to the
United States in 1946.
m HESE ARE the major relief and reconstruction tasks
which will be carried out by the generous support
-f American Jewry to the historic SI00.000.000 campaign
of the United Jewish Appeal lor Refugees. Overseas
Needs and Palestine The Miami Jewish community
has pledged its full support to this great life-saving
task of rescue and rehabilitation.
1002 CONGRESS
SAVE THE SURVIVORS
!!HC0MB|NED JEWISH APPEAL
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
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[ FEBRUAHY_8.J?4
1946
*Jewisii rhrldlan
PAGE NINE
jw Publication
Is Legality
juiry Committee
t0W (WNS)There are
] foundations" for the
Lerican action in nam-
Lt-f.nding commission on
t. without first consult-
rjnited Mates," it was
lu.,c editorially by the
U ta considered the first
Emment on the Palestine
the publication said that
lordly possible to justify
8ity for an Anglo-Amer-
estine committee, espe-
Jhen the machinery of the
Nations Organization has
, function, an organization
|h the United States and
[,, members." Question-
legal validity of the An-
Lrican committee, the
Ln asked: "Who empow-
J solve the Palestine prob-
khout the participation of
directly concerned?"
ring that "Arab public
I is indignant at the effort
the Palestine question
lits back," the New Times
}i Albeit Einstein as hav-
fefied before the Anglo-
fn committee hearings in
Jton that the committee
fmoke screen covering up
. policy of artificially in-
U-ab-Jewish enmity with
to preserving British
fen Palestine.
jtn ssing that the "cre-
normal conditions for
and luture of the Jaws
Ipe (ices not depend on
Eta of Jewish immigration
tyestine, but on the ener-
Ktei mination of fascism
[liquidation of racial fana-
Ind its consequences," the
lion said that the Pales-
lestion was "another test
Arab League," adding
must be recognized that
|ti.<- short time it has ex-
e Arab League's activi-
not yet produced really
results trom the view-
! the defense of the inter-
|Arabian countries."
>ents Wellesley
With Our Film Folks -
Alaxine Bublitz, daughter
bid Mrs. Maxwell E. Bub-
anii Beach, is attending a
nn of the World Federa-
[collegc students at Con-
l.ll, as a delegate from
fey college. A junior, ma-
art, she recently directed
folitic," the junior class
Wellesey

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?H0NE 2-4128
Eddie Cantor, who has just re-
turned from New York, tells an
interesting story over a cup of
coffee and hot cheese blintzes.
Says Eddie, when he and his radio
show recently appeared at Hal-
loran Veteran Hospital, the Army
Public Relations office assigned a
husky young cororal named Irwin
Waxman to guide the party
through the hospital. Waxman.
decorated with a Purple Heart
with cluster, shyly went up to
Cantor and said "You know. Mr.
Cantor, if it weren't for you, I
wouldn't be here."
Surprised, Eddie said: "Me?"
"Sure," the lad said, "You see,
about six years ago I was one of
the boys who went to your sum-
mer camp and the wonderful air
and food changed me from a
sickly kid to well, how do I
look now?"
Cantor looked at the big, six-
footer and, at a loss for words,
merely shook his hand.
show the people of the world the
beautiful or the tragic future that
can be tneiis. It is their choice to
makeis it to be the beginning
or the end."
FRANCE SAFEGUARDS
MINORITY RIGHTS
Fanny Brice, ardent collector
of artistic drawings and paintings
by children, tells me that even
if the war is over, the kiddies
are still depicting guns and fear.
She says it'll take more than a
peace table to erase the memory
from impressionable young
minds.
For the first time in Hollywood
history, the title of a motion pic-
ture has been suggested by the
President of the United States.
The firm is MGM'S forthcoming
"The Beginning Or The End." a
story of the atomic bomb. It is
based on President Truman's
speech in which he declared that
the releasing of atomic energy
can mean "the beginning or the
end" of the human race. It was
sometime later, however, that the
President unwittingly supplied
the film's title by saying to pro-
ducer Sam Marx: "Make a REAL
motion picture, one that will
While enjoying a cold plate of
borscht topped with sour cream.
Jack Benny said he is postponing
his customary mid-winter trip
East until April and May so he
can be around for conferences at
Warner Bros, on the forthcom-
ing picture. "The Life of Jack
Benny." The name role, he says,
will be played by Humphrey
Bogart.
In preparation is a radio ver-
sion of "That We May Live."
Milton Robertson's stirring indict-
ment of British colonial policy,
which will first be presented as
a pageant on March 5th at New
York's Madison Square Garden.
The regular presentation in "Liv-
ing Newspaper" form will be two
hours. It will be put on under
the auspices of the Palestine
Emergency Fund, which plans a
26-city tour, winding up at the
Hollywood Bowl. Production
committee includes Ben Hecht,
Billy Rose and Louis Bromfield.
Clergymen to Discuss
Marriage Problems
PARIS (JTA) Safeguards for
racial, religious and national
minorities are contained in the
new Constitution being drafted
by the French National Assembly.
Article VIII of the Bill of
Rights drafted by the Constitu-
tional committee of the Assembly
provides that no person may be
harassed by reason of his origin,
or his opinions, or his religious
or philosophical beliefs insofar as
their expression does not violate
the rights "guaranteed by this
Constitution." Freedom of opin-
ion, of conscience and faiths is
guaranteed by the separation of
the church and the State.
Under Article IX, every man is
free to speak, to write, to express
and to publish and, in general, to
defend any opinion, but he must
not use that right to violate the
principles of the Constitution or
"to prejudice unjustly the repu-
tation of an individual or a group
of individuals."
Britain to Admit 1,500
In Palestine Monthly
"Marriage and the Family" is
the subject chosen by Rabbi Mos-
es Mescneloff and Dr. Edward W.
Ullrich for discussion at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center Wed-
nesday. Dr. Ullrich is minister of
the Robertson Memorial Reform
church.
The forum, part of the Center's
weekly series, will be held at 9
p.m. and will be preceded by
adult education classes from 7:30
till 9 p.m.
Harry Zukcrnick will serve as
moderator.
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MRS. MART SCHREBNICK. Repree*nta*iv
N. W. Mizell of the Mizell-
Simon mortuary, announces that
Lawrence Faville is now a mem-
ber of the firm. Faville is a grad-
duate of Palm Beach High school
and well known here.
Sgt. A. Auerbach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Auerbach, 420 Sunset
rd., has been discharged from the
Army at Ft. Douglas, Utah. He
entered the service in August,
1942.
Mrs. Bessie Friedman, of New
York city, died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Saaie Houtz,
213 S. Sapoilla ave. Services were
held at the Mizell-Simon chapel
followed by burial in Woodlawn
cemetery, Palm Beach.
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Einsons Plan Parties
For Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Einson, 1660
S.W. 12th St., will celebrate their
golden wedding anniversary with
a dinner tomorrow evening at the
Alamac hotel and an open house
Sunday afternoon from 2 till 5.
Married in New York city, the
couple moved to Miami in 1934.
They have one son, Murray, who
lives in New York, and two
daughters, Mrs. William Levey
and Mrs. Julius H. Cohn, of South
Orange, N.J. The Leveys and the
Cohns are now at Boca Raton.
The Einsons' three grandsons
are all in the service. S/Sgt.
Theodore Cohn is stationed in
Germany, S/Sgt. Bertram Cohn
in the Philippines, and Lt. Lionel
Levey has just returned from
Saipan. They have two grand-
daughters, the Misses Carol Lev-
ey and Amy Cohn.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
British government has decided
to admit 1,500 Jews to Palestine,
monthly for the four month
period beginning on Jan. 1
during which the Anglo-Ameri-
can inquiry committee will be
conducting its investigations,
High Commissioner Sir Alan
Cunningham announced last
week.
Sir Alan told hurriedly sum-
moned delegations of Jewish and
Arab leaderswith whom he met
separatelyof the government's
decision. The Jewish leaders who
met with the High Commissioner
included Isaac Ben Zvi, president
of the Jewish National Council,
and Moshe Shertok, political
chief of the Jewish Agency.
In a statement, the Agency de-
clared that while "every Jew
brought into Palestine is a Jew
saved, nevertheless the decision
to admit, for the time being, 1,-
500 a month, taken nine months
after victory and almost eight
months after the Agency's appli-
cation for 100,000 certificates,
must cause deep disappointment.
It is an outrage to the feelings
of the martyred Jews," the state-
ment continued, "and a cruel pro-
longation of the Jewish survivors'
agony."
PLAN CARD PARTY
Final plans for a card party to
be held at the Strath-Haven hotel
the evening of Feb. 17 were made
at a special board meeting of the
Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged,
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president,
reports.
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FRIDAY,

Candidates Qualify
For May Primaries;
Voters Must Register
All Dadt -
vote thii sister, i
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manently
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both
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and 28. tr
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and A Pal Cam
for repi
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W. H
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on th
Which A:
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Group 1: D. G'
S. Okell ii, F
Hunt. K. B. Gautier. Jr.: R
HcansW lt( r P. S1 Henry
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Frank C. Ril< :
Judge Ben C. Willard
as a cam;, lat
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Court of
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to su
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Frank O. Spain
County Solicitoi *. R.
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a fifth ten
Jones.
No Dei at 1 [U
the school board
the deadline is Ml
lowing Re; ul quali-
fied:
District 1: Stephen Szab C. A
Winkelman.
District 2: H. S. B | A .
D. Griffin (both N< _
District 3: E Har-
lem G. Rubeit.
Dr. Horl :. I' :. I
sted, Wi -: .-. E i i
L. Acker
publican car..: |
can state ecu:. tl
mitteewoi
Other politii al ofl i
March 23 is tl
line
judge oi the ci irt ol
county executive commil
and committei <
party.
DR. LUBIN RESIGNS
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Sholem Lodge Prepares
Yiddish Night Program
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TAG DAY COLLECTION
Fcb. 16, has been set
Day" by the Dad*
nal Children's Car-
Plans for the annual
, madc at a business
hapter, 1:30 p.m.
' the Beach Y.
Day, mils will b lU-
loui potato with
and red heart
day will be
crippled heart."
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY
A
Rudensky to Describe
JNF Work During War
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at Beth Jacob Sun-
t| presentation
awards. Students
in a portrayal of
. and musical
itationa will be
I rogram,
MoBchelofl has
of Hebrew
in tu (W30 p.m.
BPW ADVISOR HERE
Liebei man of New
the national
of the Busi-
[essional Women's
'-.. will address
at B:15 Monday
Y, Cantor Emanuel
group in
Joel Zalis, president, has
I the Miami
ry to the Jewish
Agi 10 S.W 17th ave. A
mbership tea,
will be dcliv-
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FEBRUARY 8, 1946
+Jewlsl III a teller
PAGE ELEVEN
*v George Talianoff
[Beqional Director. ADL
ki ,li1^r^port0thiswceuk
from historic Savannah
t nf a meeting of the
Ke committee of the Fifth
B'nai B'nth.
Litteemen from as far
L Maryland and as far
K Florida assembled to
' tlll. problems of our peo:
rh(. many faceted Bnai
trocram was given studied
The expanding needs
'teen-agers and college
lv,., discussed. In the
at ,,- dealing with youth
bid Hillel activities, it was
| added emphasis was
upon the deepening of
intg iii Judaism and de-
p10blems of anti-Jewish
|e, came in for consider-
Itinii'in with Alex Miller,
[director Lectoi of Hie Southeastern
[j 0f(ice in Atlanta, and
vi iter presenting reports
alyjiis of anti-Semitic con-
postwar trends.
, ip.es from Florida
1U! own Lou Heiman. sec-
I,. president <>f the district,
|i- singular honor for our
enial Milton Friedman, our
I'rith Youth Organization
Intalive. and Louis Os-
i la commltteeman of
la Beach.
nnah, the city of ageless
u of the oldest com-
p., in the South. Our first
Isettli of this stately city
\. i Gen. Oglethorpc.
Ij is renowned for its
p umsque squares, its
i ti ries with huge
api',1 mausoleums and its
ful azaleas.
nnah, however, has still
. distinguishing character-
Samelv, the warm hospi-
bi its people. I had heard
ih's hospitality even
visiting this community.
Miamians told me of
xii i nee she had several
EjM w hen she was confined
ivannah hospital as a result
i: sustained in an auto-
i i!< nt. She knew no
Savannah and yet. very
word got about that a
girl was hospitalized in
., Visitors flocked to
|i: : lowers, candy and
ig our stay in Savannah
prcsi-ntatives from the va-
outhern communities were
touched by the warmth
I v. i Icome they received. A
Vitation was on hand to
i arrival. Home hos-
was arranged for each
No request was too small
lame of fulfillment.
impelled io express a
It which presents itself
land again. These every-
J ies and harmonious
relationships comprise the
1 .vhich respect and tol-
mg all groups are fos-
The roots of bigotry,
Ke and intolerance are
|n the mire of suspicion,
respect and understand-
the spirit of ncighborli-
nd harmony existed not
B the vis-a-vis relationship
Ividual to individual, but
I ated intergroup rela-
|i ficant strides in elimi-
group prejudice and in
B better understanding
|be made.
Bin was the first president
Ch an attempt at official
Imitism in the United
I having countermanded an
(expelling the Jews from
piitincnt of Tennessee dur-
Civil War.
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FRIDAY.

THERE'S STILL
Something In Your
Closet
FOR EUROPE'S NAKED
As the Victory Clothing Drive enters its final stage surely you can Find
many articles of apparel that can be added to
Dade County's Clothing Collection
What Can You Spare That They Can Wear?
Clothing that YOU may consider old can bring new life to
some person to whom war brought despair and destitution.
Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without dis-
crimination, 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 clothing you can possibly spare.
Victory Clothing Collection
for Overseas Relief ;
This advertisement was prepared by Ihe Advertising Council for the Victorv Clofhi rvn .- ltUk
ne viciory i, joining Collection, and is sponsored by the following Greater Miami Motile
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North Beach Hotel & Apartments
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sssaifiSg
tAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1946
+Jewishtkrktiati
PAGE THIRTEEN
L Mark Hanis. of New Yo.k
U-,1 council president of the
E, Consumptives Relief so-
wU1 be guest of honor at
Center Miami chapters don-
Inch, on Tuesday at the Poin-
k hotel.
Ibbi Irving Lehrman will give
benediction. An entertain-
t program has been planned.
Beers who have arranged the
Ir fund raising luncheon are
Rose Levey, president; Mrs.
Jacobs, chairman of the
to- luncheon; Mrs. Maurice
Jans cochalrman; Mrs. Sol H.
Vrn. treasurer; Mrs. Alex Li-
I secretary of the donor jour-
|Mm Ray Weiss, secretary of
, .jsing books; Mrs. Maury
.,.. and Mrs. J. Weisberg.
C of the jewel and
Lorial pages.
rs Louis Rosenthal, secretary
bmpliments; Mrs. Jerry Pon-
t and Mrs. Jack Gordon,
|er arrangements; Mrs. Syd-
V. i Miian. reservations,
he local chapter helps main-
it,, society's home in Den-
IColo.
LN ALUMNI GROUP
Ian- are being formulated by
Juates of the Miami Beach
fish Community Center re-
]>us schools to organize an
tr.ni association.
first meeting of the group
I lake place Feb. 25. Member-
is open to boys who have
. Bar Mitzva at the Center
in all boys and girls con-
ed in the Center's Sunday
pol. Graduates may contact
nuel Miller, education and
tli activities director.
f. A. ORGANIZED
Irganization of a Parent-
Icher's association at the Mi-
Beach Jewish Center was
jn last Thursday at a tea. A
ents' committee to plan for
group was named. Members
Ihe committee are:
'lu Mesdames Sylvia Jacknau,
nne Nabatoff, Anne Abrams,
Irk-y Fonnan, Anne Tannen-
|m. Anne Berman, Jennie
kson, Rachel Segal, Annette
^dy and Molly Jacobs.
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Lincoln was the first president
to appoint a Jew a full-fledged
minister to a foreign power, the
post of minister of Italy having
been offered to and rejected by
Sigismund Kaufman of New
York.
The Lincoln penny, the first
coin bearing the head of a presi-
dent, which was issued on Aug.
2, 1909, was designed by a Jewish
artist, Victor t>. Brenner, whose
initials, VDB, appeared on the
first 28,000,000 of these coins.
"In Vain Does Your Physician
Prescribe the Right Remedy
Unless the Pharmacist
Prepares the Remedy Right."
The Prescription Center
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Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University receive-.
check from Jack Green, president of Yeshiva's student organization
to be turned over as the student contribution to Memorial Cancer
Center, 444 East 68 Street, New York, which is conducting a
$4,000,000 campaign for the control of cancer.
BEN AMI TO APPEAR
ON BENEFIT PROGRAM
Jacob Ben Ami, star of the Yid-
dish and English stage, will ap-
pear in a program of one act plays
at the Miami Beach High School,
Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, un-
der the auspices of the Jewish Na-
tional Workers' alliance.
Proceeds of the affair will be
devoted to the Jewish National
Fund, according to Adolph
Abramson, chairman, who is as-
sisted by Dr. Harry Queen and
Abe Dorff.
Abe Amlin of New York will
be guest speaker during the in-
termission. The supporting cast
of the plays includes J. Mestel,
Al Harris and Sarah Osnat Hal-
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Palestine.
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Bv PHINEAS J. BIRON.
FASCIST FRONT .
The Coi n
can Activil '
tativos
ttees ght ant
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letter to 1
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lettei
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ti Lling : tl
citizens" -N
Ac."
act<:
Semitism as
National
Anti-S
son Its that
fai :
ing : nt'.-Semites than
in ex;, sing tl
ANSWER PERIOD .
Yes, there Is reason t
that the att rr """
move to resume tl
the s< iiti nists It is 1 thai
the campaign to
A. Lindbergh is its
stage. D n't be
nominated for I Sena!
Republican ticket The com-
mittee of war veti
discrimination is organizing
picket squads to pi ket news-
stands selling thi New V rk -
News And notwit
the insistence of di ns
zations to reic: I Father
niello as the "Defi
we state once n:o:< that 1
Semitic clergyman was
removed from
bama ... He was n I
The Anti-Defamation leag
serves credit for its action ag
a large Wiscon
pany which instructed its B|
"not to solicit insurance
Africans. Hebrew Chini s
MISCELLANY .
The actor who plays Justi
Brandeis in the recently n
radio transcription ot thi
si ry of the great Ai ri /
is none other than our g I friend
Sam Jaffe The Ku Klux K
is riding again in W.
The city is flooded with KKK
leafK I ng: '"We i
help to put thi
in their pro; We

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ABE EIStiNBERG. trtaturtr
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A WIDE-EYED Dutch child hugs
her woolen sweater contributed
in the American spring cloth.
drive. Millions of others have hai
nothing new for years. Give clothing
to the Victory Clotl i C ectton
CENTER RAISES DUES
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Turk Addresses Hillel
At University of Havana
Mr | Mis Harold Turk will
. ... Miami Sunday after a
stay ill Havana, Cuba,
Mi. Turk is conferring
1 aildon. the i-itVs
i, th pn sident.
meeting of the
Foundation last night at
ol Havana. The
rganized this year.
Rabbi Arthur
the director.
is the second time since
i a ,i that a Bnai
. ntative from the
has made an offi-
I the Cuban lodge. Dr.
Sai har flew down in Scp-
REJOINS FATHER
The American Jewish Con-
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MASS EM^RATlf3
ENDS IN Pouff1'
WARSAW Ut7Lu
emigration of jew,. "*'
which had J(.^'
proportions a few ,
seems to have ended ^!
cases of Jews l,avi '
according to rerx.ru
hei e.
The stoppo,-,. of emin,.
attributed t the lmD^
security conditions* J*
the drastic measure! 1
by the Pohsh soveri
he reports rrom Gerr^
the situation,,! the p,'1
refugees there i, bad\1\
future emigration win tl*
tremelv difficult *
Terror against Jews eta,
however although on af
scale. In Czestochon'
fews received letters *
Ukrainian bv local faRJ
threaterunc them with fa
they did not leave the citv
ever, security authorities"^
ately tookme.MirestoDr^J
recipients of the threats a?
thonzed all Jews t cam
arms. "
In Zabrze, formerly tki
man city of Hii.denbur'mnSi
a 20-year-ola Jewish &\
been killed bv members/
anti-Eovernment band. AI
saw radio broadcast, whichl
closed the killing said thatii
were hopeful of liquidatwi
Banc shortly.
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[y, FEBRUARY 8, 1946
Koreans Elect
>n to Presidency
L f the Baltimore club
I ... Miami were elected
ly at a special meeting.
hi,. Harry Gcrson, presi-
A. Becker, vice presi-
, Goldsmith, treasurer, and
T. Igflian, secretary.
llub decided to continue its
,, ,, drive and to hold
[ meetings the tint and
kiesday of each month at
Cach Y. A vote of thanks
[pressed to Ellis Paul, past
ti. I. S. Shapoff spoke
growth and development
wish communal life in
lose of the club is to ex-
ideas and share informa-
nt., minS to local activities
Jtitutionl and provide mu-
Isistancft
TO INSTALL
FCERS MONDAY
|lv elected officers and new
Irs i l|ie Bialik branch.
National Workers' alliance
lied at 8:30 p.m. Mon-
ti.. Beach Y. Chaver Lef-
,i Boston will install the
and A. Hemlin of the na-
executive will initiate the
Members.
-Jen Ist lh,11itr
PAGE FIFTEEN
Pictured above ii the famous "Alt Neu" (synagogue, historic landmark
of Prague, situated in the ancient Jewish quarter of that city. The
synagogue was presided over by the Maharl, famous Rabbi of medieval
Prague, and was the center of public demonstrations when the Ameri-
can Torahi. which the Vaad Hatzala sent, were carried.in by govern-
ment officials and delivered to Jewish leaders.
Minister KoptCky addressed the overflow crowds during the solemn
ceremonies. The Union of Orthdox Rabbis and the Vaad Hatzala were
praised by the Jewish leaders for participating so effectively in the
spiritual and material rehabilitation of Czechoslovak Jewry.
B. Mininberg will be awarded
a golden certificate by Max Ru-
densky of the Jewish National
Fund. Community sineing and
refreshments will follow. The
public is invited.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL, W N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM, Reform
At Unit Miller's "Focus" will be the subject of Rabbi
Ippclbaum's second discussion of books with a message
kl Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. A Torah, gift of
U nd Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, will be dedicated, at the
krvices which will be followed by a reception in honor
pi the donors. Mrs. Max Qrovitx and Mrs. Stella Hant-
n co-chairmen of the reception. Will be assisted by
.imes Charles Rosengarten. Dan B. RUSKln. Bam
nd David Bass. Sabbath services, 11 a.m.
ONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
Third Ave.. Miami
ABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conservatiye
Rabbi Shapiro has just returned from a visit to the
K> lch convalescent hospital and will speak on "What
D ir Wounded Men Think" at Friday evening services.
16 p in. Mrs. Albeit Quadow and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
.11 lie hostesses at the social sour after the services in
v of their father, Z. Afrcmow. Sabbath services.
30 a.m. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs.
rVeissel will be hosts to the Bar Mitzva club. 9 a.m.
nday. in honor of the birthday of their son. Buddy.
^TIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach
Pabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Bsrkan
Conservative
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Reject Counterfeit"
late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m., and "The
ekly Portion of the Law" at Saturday morning scr-
The Bar Mitzvas of Herschel. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Salmon, and Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
"it/, will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Saturday. Junior
B, 10 a.m. Story-telling hour. Saturday, 1:30 p.m..
- 9-11.
IIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
lint services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services. 10 a.m.
t Schaarei Zedck Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third st.
(oily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
[TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase AveTat 41st
St.. Miami Beach
pABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kromsh
Ivill discuss "This Union Cannot Exist Half Slave and
|H!f Free. Social hour follows with the Mesdames Sty-
pioui Weiss. Simon Wolff. Benjamin Serrant and Morris
'i nell as hostesses. The Bar Mitzva of Sanford. son of
nri Mrs. Max Wcill, will be observed at Sabbath ser-
10:45 a.m.
[BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311
I Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
I Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Fader
Orthodox .
|T. Max Rudenskv, staff member of the Jewish National
Fund, writer and lecturer, will speak on "The Palestine
IStudv" at this evening's forum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Louis
n\>ntm-r of Brooklyn will preach at adult services. 6:30
Saturday, and Rabbi Grozalsky of Coney Island
['* ill address the adult services at 8:30 a.m. Martin, son
I of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Biblow. will become Bar Mitzva.
|R;ibbi N. Siegel of Chicago will be guest speaker at the
lOnep Shabbat, 5:30 p.m.
Home for Aged Selects
54 Directors for 1946
Officers of the Jewish Home
for the Aged were to be elected
last night from the following 54
directors who were selected at a
recent meeting of the general
membership:
Rudy Adler. Ida Appel, Sam
Aronslain, Herman Basch, A. M.
Bear, Frank Becker, Dr. William
H. Bernstein, Sam E. Bernstein,
D. M. Broad, Harry A. Cornblum,
Harry Danzingcr, N. H. Darsky.
Bernard S. Feiner, Irving Fran-
kel, M. H. Frankcl, Nathan Glos-
ser, A. G. Goodman, Max Green-
berg, Benjamin N. Kane, Rebecca
Krieger, Ralph Lachman, Fanny
Land, Max Lieber, David Lieb-
man, I. M Lieberman.
Dr. Charles Lippow, S. Lobel,
Baron de Himcli Meyer. Anna B.
Meyers, S. B. Miller, Max Oro-
vitz, L. Perlstein, Henry Perlish,
Jacob Plotkm, sam Prosteiman,
Paul Raff, Sam Reinbard. Sam
Ritter, Leo Robinson, Dr. Julius
Rosenthal, Morris E. Rubin.
Monte Selig, Benjamin Sherry,
Sophie Sherry, Win. D. Singer,
Joseph Socolof, Harold Spaet, Dr.
Lester A. Stepner, Alfred Stone,
Gus Trau, Sydney L. Weintraub,
Milton Weiss, Mitchell Wolf son,
Joel Zalis.
Flagler Derby Crown
May Go To Light Roll
Light Roll, son of a world rec-
ord holder, is two-year-old cham-
pion of 1946 at West Flagler Ken-
nel club.
The fleet running son of Never
Roll, which holds five world
marks, recently annexed the $2,-
000 Futurity Stake at the Miami
track. Now he's being talked up
as a possible candidate for the
coming West Flagler Derby,
which is booked on closing night,
Feb. 20.
Flashy Sir, still unbeaten at
this writing, will be in there as
will Bit Of Buzz, National Stakes
champion from Revere Beach,
Mass.
Among the candidates for the
coming Derby are Korn Kick,
West Flagler's latest pup sensa-
tion who recently won five in a
row and then lost a close one
against the fast Hot box field;
Meryle Ann, Windy Crickett,
Cameron, Hasp, Rube's Cadet,
Little Rube, Little Dan, Another
Pal, Bubbling Over, and Flagler
Flyer.
West Flagler continues to set
a dazzling pace in mutuel play
and attendance. The track is now
more than four million dollars
ahead of the previous record sea-
son.
DADE SPARKS DRIVE
During the recent Victory Loan
drive, Dade county sold over 20
percent of the 67 Florida coun-
ties combined E bond sales and
has maintained an even better
record through the entire War
Financing program, according to
George R. Hilty, editor of the
Treasury Representatives bulle-
tin. The state's E Bond sales
amounted to $27,363,000. Dade
county sold $5,600,851, which was
101 percent of its quota.
Overall sales in the state total-
led $179,700,000; Dade's overall
sales were $45,373,290, or 25.3 per
cent of the state's total sales.
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Repairs of All Kinds
Bcfesters Installed
DON S. COLEMAN '
Phone 4-7485
PRESCHOOL GROUP
FORMED AT CENTER
A prc-school children's group
has been inaugurated at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. The
school is conducted from 9 a.m.
to noon, five days a week, with
transportation being provided by
the Center.
Progressive educational play
activity centered on Hebrew cul-
tural themes is carried on under
the direction of Miss Jeanette
Tupler. Parents may inquire at
the Center concerning enroll-
ment.
To Honor Korenman
Irving Korenman, national sec-
retary of the Jewish Music alli-
ance, will be honored at a testi-
monial dinner 6 p.m. Wednesday
at the Beth David auditorium.
Admission to the dinner, which
is under the auspices of the Jew-
ish Folk chorus, is $2.50._______
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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.
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D. P.'s Rap British
At Munich Meeting
MUNICH iJT.V-N I
been done to find ho::
Jews in displaced |
in Germany nine month
the liberation. Zali
chairman of th Central
mittee for Lib
varia. declared
I en : :'' '
sent l>spls '
the American occui -ie in
Germany.
David Ben-G. i
the executive co:: '
Jewish Agency, charged t
with "mak
people." of instttul -
in Palestine, and of en,.
racial inatory legisl
I | Nazi >un:
*He said that Gen. D
Eisenhower has sh '
standing and sympathy lor tne
plight of the Jews, but ir
.:: rts
the Jews were tx -
bv tl
recent statements ol LI
Frederick E. Morgan. L*Pi
chief in Germany. Ben-i
s ti : ". i thi
tion Morgan had
existed to get 1
and eastern
was -made public in 189
7 nist Cor.::- a
Col A W. R :": ri senting
Lt. Gen. Lucian B. Truscott. U.S
Third Army Comm i told t/

the futun si I
factory
Techniques To Combat
Prejudiced Discussed
NEW YORK (JTA Pel i
who feel least -
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amount of ra i. and
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psych By lei m
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Jewish Congress.
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ings were based
among 437 students i
Hcrvard. Dartmouth &
Radcliffe. The sun
also
dislike acquiied duri
between two and eli
acquired after
strongest. He urged, thi
that care be taken to si
prejudiced teacher.-, espi
lementary guides.
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i/^tv^^rs^^ms^ PAGE EIGHT I %  J^EVEP. AGAIN will theu young Jews approaching %  the shores of Palestine -eel the lash of the antiSemite. Saved irons the horrors of mass extermination, they will never be homeless again. Through the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal for S783.100 you tan help many thousands of refugees rebuild their lives with dignity and security in Palest:-e in 1946. You can help thousands of orphaned youths forget the horrible past and achieve freedom as Jews in the Jewish National Home through the Miami campaign in behalf of the 5100.000.000 United Jewish Appeal. r ARGE-SCALE emergency relief must be provided *%  through the Joint Distribution Committee for hundreds of thousands of the survivors of Hitlerism. Settle meat in Palestine must be facilitated through the United Palestine Appeal for the many who cannot and will not return to live amidst the Jewish mass graves in Eastern Europe, and aid must be continued by the National Refugee Service for the adjustment of the many thousands of refugees who will come to the United States in 1946. m HESE ARE the major relief and reconstruction tasks which will be carried out by the generous support -f American Jewry to the historic SI 00.000.000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal lor Refugees. Overseas Needs and Palestine The Miami Jewish community has pledged its full support to this great life-saving task of rescue and rehabilitation. 1002 CONGRESS SAVE THE SURVIVORS !!H C0MB| N E D JEWISH APPEAL MIAMI 32, FLORIDA S£ii*-' 9 -" : ^",. •



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[ FEBRUAHY_8.J?4 1946 *Jewisii rhrldlan PAGE NINE jw Publication Is Legality juiry Committee t0W (WNS)—There are „] foundations" for the Lerican action in namLt-f.nding commission on t. without first consultrjnited Mates," it was lu .,c editorially by the U ta considered the first Emment on the Palestine the publication said that lordly possible to justify 8 ity for an Anglo-Amerestine committee, espeJhen the machinery of the %  Nations Organization has function, an organization |h the United States and [•, %  members." Questionlegal validity of the AnLrican committee, the Ln asked: "Who empowJ solve the Palestine probkhout the participation of directly concerned?" ring that "Arab public I is indignant at the effort the Palestine question lits back," the New Times }i Albeit Einstein as havfefied before the Anglofn committee hearings in Jton that the committee fmoke screen covering up policy of artificially inU-ab-Jewish enmity with to preserving British fen Palestine. jtn ssing that the "crenormal conditions for and luture of the Jaws Ipe (ices not depend on Eta of Jewish immigration tyestine, but on the enerKtei mination of fascism [liquidation of racial fanaInd its consequences," the lion said that the Paleslestion was "another test Arab League," adding must be recognized that |ti.ents Wellesley With Our Film Folks Alaxine Bublitz, daughter bid Mrs. Maxwell E. Bubanii Beach, is attending a nn of the World Federa[collegc students at Conl.ll, as a delegate from fey college. A junior, maart, she recently directed folitic," the junior class Wellesey tINK PLENTY OF ^ ripure Water IVtHED TO TOUR HOME OF SIX LE BOTTLES -LON BOTTLE 80c 70c Plut Bottle Depoi1> ? H0NE 2-4128 Eddie Cantor, who has just returned from New York, tells an interesting story over a cup of coffee and hot cheese blintzes. Says Eddie, when he and his radio show recently appeared at Halloran Veteran Hospital, the Army Public Relations office assigned a husky young cororal named Irwin Waxman to guide the party through the hospital. Waxman. decorated with a Purple Heart with cluster, shyly went up to Cantor and said "You know. Mr. Cantor, if it weren't for you, I wouldn't be here." Surprised, Eddie said: "Me?" "Sure," the lad said, "You see, about six years ago I was one of the boys who went to your summer camp and the wonderful air and food changed me from a sickly kid to well, how do I look now?" Cantor looked at the big, sixfooter and, at a loss for words, merely shook his hand. show the people of the world the beautiful or the tragic future that can be tneiis. It is their choice to make—is it to be the beginning or the end." FRANCE SAFEGUARDS MINORITY RIGHTS Fanny Brice, ardent collector of artistic drawings and paintings by children, tells me that even if the war is over, the kiddies are still depicting guns and fear. She says it'll take more than a peace table to erase the memory from impressionable young minds. For the first time in Hollywood history, the title of a motion picture has been suggested by the President of the United States. The firm is MGM'S forthcoming "The Beginning Or The End." a story of the atomic bomb. It is based on President Truman's speech in which he declared that the releasing of atomic energy can mean "the beginning or the end" of the human race. It was sometime later, however, that the President unwittingly supplied the film's title by saying to producer Sam Marx: "Make a REAL motion picture, one that will While enjoying a cold plate of borscht topped with sour cream. Jack Benny said he is postponing his customary mid-winter trip East until April and May so he can be around for conferences at Warner Bros, on the forthcoming picture. "The Life of Jack Benny." The name role, he says, will be played by Humphrey Bogart. In preparation is a radio version of "That We May Live." Milton Robertson's stirring indictment of British colonial policy, which will first be presented as a pageant on March 5th at New York's Madison Square Garden. The regular presentation in "Living Newspaper" form will be two hours. It will be put on under the auspices of the Palestine Emergency Fund, which plans a 26-city tour, winding up at the Hollywood Bowl. Production committee includes Ben Hecht, Billy Rose and Louis Bromfield. Clergymen to Discuss Marriage Problems PARIS (JTA)— Safeguards for racial, religious and national minorities are contained in the new Constitution being drafted by the French National Assembly. Article VIII of the Bill of Rights drafted by the Constitutional committee of the Assembly provides that no person may be harassed by reason of his origin, or his opinions, or his religious or philosophical beliefs insofar as their expression does not violate the rights "guaranteed by this Constitution." Freedom of opinion, of conscience and faiths is guaranteed by the separation of the church and the State. Under Article IX, every man is free to speak, to write, to express and to publish and, in general, to defend any opinion, but he must not use that right to violate the principles of the Constitution or "to prejudice unjustly the reputation of an individual or a group of individuals." Britain to Admit 1,500 In Palestine Monthly "Marriage and the Family" is the subject chosen by Rabbi Moses Mescneloff and Dr. Edward W. Ullrich for discussion at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Wednesday. Dr. Ullrich is minister of the Robertson Memorial Reform church. The forum, part of the Center's weekly series, will be held at 9 p.m. and will be preceded by adult education classes from 7:30 till 9 p.m. Harry Zukcrnick will serve as moderator. STATE—MIAMI BEACH [MIAMI BEACH AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES [BRONSTON. Realtor M-S LEASES SALES Ms. Home*. Hotels |fe Commercial Bldgm. CILLER, Realtor |W.h. Av... Ph. 5-M7S |8eybol %  ot. 26181 Palm Beach MRS. MART SCHREBNICK. Repree*nta*iv N. W. Mizell of the MizellSimon mortuary, announces that Lawrence Faville is now a member of the firm. Faville is a gradduate of Palm Beach High school and well known here. Sgt. A. Auerbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Auerbach, 420 Sunset rd., has been discharged from the Army at Ft. Douglas, Utah. He entered the service in August, 1942. Mrs. Bessie Friedman, of New York city, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Saaie Houtz, 213 S. Sapoilla ave. Services were held at the Mizell-Simon chapel followed by burial in Woodlawn cemetery, Palm Beach. 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 Plm Beach County, featuring th Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MH CILiU I^M^X W ***'!^^* ^^^^' '^ 11 ^ 1 ^^^^* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. ^MWw*x e** < M FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PHODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MEZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach. Fla. Einsons Plan Parties For Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Louis Einson, 1660 S.W. 12th St., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a dinner tomorrow evening at the Alamac hotel and an open house Sunday afternoon from 2 till 5. Married in New York city, the couple moved to Miami in 1934. They have one son, Murray, who lives in New York, and two daughters, Mrs. William Levey and Mrs. Julius H. Cohn, of South Orange, N.J. The Leveys and the Cohns are now at Boca Raton. The Einsons' three grandsons are all in the service. S/Sgt. Theodore Cohn is stationed in Germany, S/Sgt. Bertram Cohn in the Philippines, and Lt. Lionel Levey has just returned from Saipan. They have two granddaughters, the Misses Carol Levey and Amy Cohn. JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The British government has decided to admit 1,500 Jews to Palestine, monthly — for the four month period — beginning on Jan. 1 — during which the Anglo-American inquiry committee will be conducting its investigations, High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham announced last week. Sir Alan told hurriedly summoned delegations of Jewish and Arab leaders—with whom he met separately—of the government's decision. The Jewish leaders who met with the High Commissioner included Isaac Ben Zvi, president of the Jewish National Council, and Moshe Shertok, political chief of the Jewish Agency. In a statement, the Agency declared that while "every Jew brought into Palestine is a Jew saved, nevertheless the decision to admit, for the time being, 1,500 a month, taken nine months after victory and almost eight months after the Agency's application for 100,000 certificates, must cause deep disappointment. It is an outrage to the feelings of the martyred Jews," the statement continued, "and a cruel prolongation of the Jewish survivors' agony." PLAN CARD PARTY Final plans for a card party to be held at the Strath-Haven hotel the evening of Feb. 17 were made at a special board meeting of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, reports. *Q> .2* C*. 70GUSTBROSRV, r i „ ... r v T / f hi nr si 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. 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mmmrjg^^^Sik. [Y, F EBRUARY 8, 1946 Koreans Elect >n to Presidency L „f the Baltimore club I ... Miami were elected ly at a special meeting. HI,. Harry Gcrson, presiA. Becker, vice presi, Goldsmith, treasurer, and T. Igflian, secretary. llub decided to continue its ,, ,, drive and to hold [ meetings the tint and kiesday of each month at Cach Y. A vote of thanks [pressed to Ellis Paul, past t„i. I. S. Shapoff spoke growth and development %  wish communal life in lose of the club is to exideas and share informant., minS to local activities Jtitutionl and provide muIsistancft TO INSTALL FCERS MONDAY |lv elected officers and new Irs i l |ie Bialik branch. National Workers' alliance lied at 8:30 p.m. Monti.. Beach Y. Chaver Lef,i Boston will install the and A. Hemlin of the na%  executive will initiate the Members. -Jen Ist lh,11itr PAGE FIFTEEN Pictured above ii the famous "Alt Neu" (synagogue, historic landmark of Prague, situated in the ancient Jewish quarter of that city. The synagogue was presided over by the Maharl, famous Rabbi of medieval Prague, and was the center of public demonstrations when the American Torahi. which the Vaad Hatzala sent, were carried. in by government officials and delivered to Jewish leaders. Minister KoptCky addressed the overflow crowds during the solemn ceremonies. The Union of Orthdox Rabbis and the Vaad Hatzala were praised by the Jewish leaders for participating so effectively in the spiritual and material rehabilitation of Czechoslovak Jewry. B. Mininberg will be awarded a golden certificate by Max Rudensky of the Jewish National Fund. Community sineing and refreshments will follow. The public is invited. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL, W N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM, Reform At Unit Miller's "Focus" will be the subject of Rabbi Ippclbaum's second discussion of books with a message kl Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. A Torah, gift of U nd Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, will be dedicated, at the krvices which will be followed by a reception in honor pi the donors. Mrs. Max Qrovitx and Mrs. Stella Hant„n co-chairmen of the reception. Will be assisted by .imes Charles Rosengarten. Dan B. RUSKln. Bam nd David Bass. Sabbath services, 11 a.m. ONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami ABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conservatiye Rabbi Shapiro has just returned from a visit to the K> lch convalescent hospital and will speak on "What D ir Wounded Men Think" at Friday evening services. 16 p in. Mrs. Albeit Quadow and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine .11 lie hostesses at the social sour after the services in v of their father, Z. Afrcmow. Sabbath services. 30 a.m. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. rVeissel will be hosts to the Bar Mitzva club. 9 a.m. nday. in honor of the birthday of their son. Buddy. ^TIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Pabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Bsrkan Conservative Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Reject Counterfeit" late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m., and "The ekly Portion of the Law" at Saturday morning scrThe Bar Mitzvas of Herschel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Salmon, and Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward "it/, will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Saturday. Junior B, 10 a.m. Story-telling hour. Saturday, 1:30 p.m.. %  9-11. IIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Saturday mornlint services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services. 10 a.m. t Schaarei Zedck Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third st. (oily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. [TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase AveTat 41st St.. Miami Beach pABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kromsh Ivill discuss "This Union Cannot Exist Half Slave and |H„!f Free. Social hour follows with the Mesdames Stypioui Weiss. Simon Wolff. Benjamin Serrant and Morris 'i nell as hostesses. The Bar Mitzva of Sanford. son of ••nri Mrs. Max Wcill, will be observed at Sabbath ser%  10:45 a.m. [BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311 I Washington Ave.. Miami Beach I Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Fader Orthodox |T Max Rudenskv, staff member of the Jewish National Fund, writer and lecturer, will speak on "The Palestine IStudv" at this evening's forum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Louis n\>ntm-r of Brooklyn will preach at adult services. 6:30 Saturday, and Rabbi Grozalsky of Coney Island ['* ill address the adult services at 8:30 a.m. Martin, son I of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Biblow. will become Bar Mitzva. |R;ibbi N. Siegel of Chicago will be guest speaker at the lOnep Shabbat, 5:30 p.m. Home for Aged Selects 54 Directors for 1946 Officers of the Jewish Home for the Aged were to be elected last night from the following 54 directors who were selected at a recent meeting of the general membership: Rudy Adler. Ida Appel, Sam Aronslain, Herman Basch, A. M. Bear, Frank Becker, Dr. William H. Bernstein, Sam E. Bernstein, D. M. Broad, Harry A. Cornblum, Harry Danzingcr, N. H. Darsky. Bernard S. Feiner, Irving Frankel, M. H. Frankcl, Nathan Glosser, A. G. Goodman, Max Greenberg, Benjamin N. Kane, Rebecca Krieger, Ralph Lachman, Fanny Land, Max Lieber, David Liebman, I. M Lieberman. Dr. Charles Lippow, S. Lobel, Baron de Himcli Meyer. Anna B. Meyers, S. B. Miller, Max Orovitz, L. Perlstein, Henry Perlish, Jacob Plotkm, sam Prosteiman, Paul Raff, Sam Reinbard. Sam Ritter, Leo Robinson, Dr. Julius Rosenthal, Morris E. Rubin. Monte Selig, Benjamin Sherry, Sophie Sherry, Win. D. Singer, Joseph Socolof, Harold Spaet, Dr. Lester A. Stepner, Alfred Stone, Gus Trau, Sydney L. Weintraub, Milton Weiss, Mitchell Wolf son, Joel Zalis. Flagler Derby Crown May Go To Light Roll Light Roll, son of a world record holder, is two-year-old champion of 1946 at West Flagler Kennel club. The fleet running son of Never Roll, which holds five world marks, recently annexed the $2,000 Futurity Stake at the Miami track. Now he's being talked up as a possible candidate for the coming West Flagler Derby, which is booked on closing night, Feb. 20. Flashy Sir, still unbeaten at this writing, will be in there as will Bit Of Buzz, National Stakes champion from Revere Beach, Mass. Among the candidates for the coming Derby are Korn Kick, West Flagler's latest pup sensation who recently won five in a row and then lost a close one against the fast Hot box field; Meryle Ann, Windy Crickett, Cameron, Hasp, Rube's Cadet, Little Rube, Little Dan, Another Pal, Bubbling Over, and Flagler Flyer. West Flagler continues to set a dazzling pace in mutuel play and attendance. The track is now more than four million dollars ahead of the previous record season. DADE SPARKS DRIVE During the recent Victory Loan drive, Dade county sold over 20 percent of the 67 Florida counties combined E bond sales and has maintained an even better record through the entire War Financing program, according to George R. Hilty, editor of the Treasury Representatives bulletin. The state's E Bond sales amounted to $27,363,000. Dade county sold $5,600,851, which was 101 percent of its quota. Overall sales in the state totalled $179,700,000; Dade's overall sales were $45,373,290, or 25.3 per cent of the state's total sales. i i SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Bcfesters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 PRESCHOOL GROUP FORMED AT CENTER A prc-school children's group has been inaugurated at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The school is conducted from 9 a.m. to noon, five days a week, with transportation being provided by the Center. Progressive educational play activity centered on Hebrew cultural themes is carried on under the direction of Miss Jeanette Tupler. Parents may inquire at the Center concerning enrollment. To Honor Korenman Irving Korenman, national secretary of the Jewish Music alliance, will be honored at a testimonial dinner 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Beth David auditorium. Admission to the dinner, which is under the auspices of the Jewish Folk chorus, is $2.50. for REST CONVALESCENCI .^CHRONIC CASES TTUnmi JSuh-RbyPark e aIth Resort iiKBio* wownr 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 vtron&e Siore ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tool* Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 54026 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 / i



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• • PAGE SK Plant and M^ Office. 21 S. W. Seccad Avenu.^^ P. O. Box 2973 Y.:.:-Ti ss; il Subscription RaMt^ljTm g • FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor • RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NO! : :%  : : ADAR I %  CAMPAIGN CALENDAR %  • 194 Sunday. February 10. !? Tuorcoy. February 12: i I Wednesday. February 13: L %  '. conference, wen! on to scy tool me iuto • •left to tht United Nations Organization. — And now thai :ne United Nation. Orga.luauon n Q BE HQN0 RED London. Mr. Bevin again changes his tune. He ces that Trans-Jordan must be made ir.ceper.cer.. andthat in of Palestine must wait the conclusion ol the ......--.,* Anglo-American Ir.cuiry commission. Observers stLonac that Mr. Bevin does no: want Pciestir.e to come under a Nations trusteeship. rcPAY^ JtBRu^l 3/rs. Za/fe Named CAa/r^l 0/" Sisterhood Membership ]J TRANS-JORDAN Mr.Bevin.meBriti.hForeig f M ^er.no^a; words, but whatever words he utters, it m-.be .rand supported by the British Trans-Jordan has no mon an army of its own. Generally the funds for it have come Palestine. The upshot c: this independence move.s that while Ii Jordan will have independence, Britain will Bull conl cause it controls and maintains the Trans-Jordan army The intent of Mr. Bevin with regard to Palestine is equaLy clecr. Here, too, he dees net want the United Nations to intrude. Just as in Trans-Jordan, there :s to be an Arab-British :ontrol with the British really having the -pre: hand so in Pa it is prccosec to r.c-.e cm Anglo-American partnership with the British having control. And the control would he exercised in the seme way by the army. Britain has an immense army in Palestine. Tims army is not intended merely fox Palestine. Certainly there is no need icr airborne divisions in so small c country as Palestine but Palestine has become z bastion :c: the British in the east. It boils down to this: Mr. Bevin's policy is based en cr.e thing—the supposed British interest. The hostility cf Mr. Bevin to Zionist aims is disc made manifest in the announcement about Trans-Jordan. Tran dan is actually net... .• the eastern part of Palestine. It is part of the Palestine Mandate and Zionists have never completely left it out of their calculations It is c large :ountry twice cs large as Palestine—and virtually unsettled. It. :-•. s si the Bible it wes regarded cs par: cf Palestine, and Jewish tribes lived there. Mr Bevin wants to make sure that Jews sh more indulge in such thoughts. Mrs. Joel Zalif ; • iip tea of the • ia i Sisterhood of Jewish Orthodox Contion and Talmud Torah will 2 | i Tui sday at the Talmud Torah, .V •; rd st. Zalis, chairman of the nged the program : .nit' a welcoming Emanuel Karger, • Ik by the Rev. Maund musical selecon the reception com'.'.. Karger, Mrs. DR. ARIE TO SPEAK 3 FROM PAGE 1) I I I s I ARABS OPPOSE STATE 5M PACE 1| ii Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Tel<. Agency, Inc. STRAWS IN THE WIND: Here is a tip to Zionist politi leaders who are groping in dark with regard to "•' attitude on the Pali tin They should know tl Soviet government is wat "great intei st the s lit within the Arab league, of which few an aware, but which is nevert widening ... On one hand then is the solid bloc of Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which has been strengthened following the recent visit of Ibn Saud to King F, ... On the other hand thei is the Hashemite dynasty represented by the rulers of Iraq and Transjordan. and those prop the creation of a Great to be composed of Lebanon. S Palestine and Transjordan. In the fight which is now developing between these tw( blocs, Moscow definitely sides with both Saudi-Arabia and Egypt against the Hashemites One of the reasons for this attitude is the fact that Egypt and Saudi-Arabia are not leaning towards Britain as are the rulers of Iraq and Transjordan. Another reason is that Soviet Russia is definitely against the plan for a Greater Syria because this project emanates from the British foreign office. And speaking of Transjordan, I .' % %  • Z %  I 5 to | Britain battle :. th nn I mter.tioi I ttr.e Mandate .. try thai Britai i jout th It is also obliges can be % %  '•• % %  : %  Man t with it consultatioi %  vernn nt ol I I ., 5t THE PALESTINE ISSUE: • .• % %  • %  proceedingl tun to lend 1 • .. Arthur L to 1 W m Lond n wl Z will prepar. • •" th. N w that Britain 1 ;' to admit : month to Palestine, pen SSSffV %  %  t! ftcd when It %  %  %  : : i other J %  %  ^OTHES STILL NEEDED AS DRIVE NEARS END 1 • trict attorney in nly Jew who ever At the present voting a great porn I his til and talents to Appeal in an nti rprel the plight of Ji in Europe : America. n, chairman of livision, stated 11 be no solicitation fund : %  ting. Refresherved. A meeting II n's division will ery near future. %  I the Miami men's ... 1 Dickson, Sol Kaufman. Louis %  Weinkle. JDC CHAIRMAN HERE [CONTINUED FROM PAGE ^) Samuel Lachman, tein, David Emmer, Harold Spaet, and '. Kane. Beach special gifts the importance of $783,100 goal.'" Mr. tated, and have • Ives to bring in ti reach this goal. • the eves of the On ater Miami as i m all the Jewish drives to be held country. The Mi1 1 ial gifts division t to see that the the n maimng Jews : receive the aid ling for." Y IN SECOND PLACE V basketball team in the sevengue standings winning eight %  %  two. Tin team. %  a winning streak of mes. most recently Naval Receiving sta..hCand.es. should be tied • ly. public schools. the M.ami police lowntown depart' b.-n designated %  The drive ends Feb. zer and Mrs Hilda £? are in charge ol refresh'. The Sisterhood u-iii .n Purim Ball ..„ M ^ H | Moose Hall Mrs K *' name her committees Jj* Personally $ pej |J < C ONTINUE"D~^O M the quartermaster egJ discharged last week r ing 22 months overstT) recently in Japan. Major and Mrs. Fred k and their baby, Karen, J ing his mother, Mrs. n3 before going to New l live. Major Plant is o n ] leave after service a { He has been in the An years. His brother, I Plant also or. terminal returned to New York ii wile after visiting here Army two and one-haHi Ted saw action in the I First Lt. and Mrs. i Graham are visiting hs j ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ahe( berg, 815 Euclid ave. Lt{ ham, who has been in i one and a half years, will a dental office here completion of his leave. He attended school in Baltimore. Capt. David Roller 1 ceived news from the W| partment of his promotion major in the Air con* terminal leave, he resideji his wife and their two i ters, Sandra and Judy, at I West ave. In service fiei he was overseas in the ] ior 13 months. Mrs. Ida Marcus, 1071) Ninth ave., is expecting hei Soundman 3-c Jack Maros| Miami shortly. Marcuic at San Francisco last after a year and a half si Pacific. He has been of Navy two and a half yecnl will be discharged next i Major Harold A. Rail his mother, Mis. Rose Ro4l Chicago, are visiting hff ters, Mrs. Al Quadow andi Joseph M. Fine. Now| minal leave. Major Rothi chief of surgery at Japan, and was ovenoj months. Before the w| taught surgery at the Uni* of Illinois Medical school will resume practice in V cago. Mr. and Mrs. Phi? show, 422 S. W. 25th rdj the parents of a son, Stanley, born Jan. 2 Francis hospital WITH THE CLUBS Mrs. Martha Sharp,'*] extensive relief work oJ Europe, will describe j periences Monday at T ly luncheon ol the B" ffl j Committee of Fifty %  dnithLTarbuthIvrith*i at the Beach Y at 8 day. News~In Briefj in both camps wanted to J| to Palestine. < >nly > F the voters filU'd in ". choice. Of these,"* country in the Western sphere, while othBJ ^ crematorium, i' tm go to Palestine BUCHARKST KA Jews, 100.000 of w^ja plied for emigration ^ are appealing the j i*fii Anglo-American mju^ tee not to visit this iwW-SKv^SfeS .•.-:71-I ".H :~: ''T^^l^^^^i !" ^-^:^^^^ 1 ?*^"^^!^.^^^-^



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[y, FEBRUARY 8. 1946 • 'Jen 1st)fhrtdtot) PAGE SEVEN DEI BT OF JEWS LI Helen Warcn, stage and L.„. who was a member of 'I'SOtn-iipit o enter GerBEACH Y TO STAGE TOURNAMENT SUNDAY Trophies, medals and a chance for national ranking will go to winners of the Beach Y's table tennis tournament Sunday. The contest will begin with women's singles at 10 a.m. and conclude with finals at 7 p.m. Besides women's singles, men's singles and doubles will be played. About 40 entrants have signed up, according to Jack Marash, tournament manager. The event is sanctioned by the United States Table Tennis association. RALPH FRANKS TO LIVE IN BEVERLY HILLS After a honeymoon in Palm Beach, Lt. (jg) Ralph Frank, jr., and his bride, the former Miss Floran Friedman, will make their home in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Franks Were married recently in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Friedman, 308 W. Rivo Alto Island. Mrs. Frank attended Stephens college in Columbia, Mo., and Lt. Frank attended the University of California. ift,.i V K day, will be the f nor and speaker at the on of the women's special (vision <>f the 1946 Com[Jewish Appeal at noon lv • Maxim's, 9516 Hardfenuc. Surfside. Waren, who left the ay success, "The Searchfcid," i" play the leading the overseas company of little Indians," recently refrom a year's tour of the • ican and European ol operations. She spent honths in Germany, where Ited many of the notorious •ation camps. Although never had any previous \w in social or relief she was so deeply rndved (plight of the Jews in these that she embarked on a anded rescue mission of (in. Miss Waren helped Ihe interned men and find their way across the into Italy, and through lourees managed to obod foi' others. She also in removing some of the prisoners from their filJlton-holcs to better living •V. ins career in the has included appearances \V' Horn" and In the leadI in Alien Corn" for which reived the acclaim of the %  s well as a number of Outstanding hits. She has en very active in the exnbl theatre. \ it of her personal ex1 trinfl her recent visit many, Miss Waren Is uniwualified to discuss the and the needs of the Jcwwivors of Hitlerism. Her &<• story of the status of p's in postwar Europe has Istirred the audiences she Iresscd. [Monte Sclig, Mrs. Benjafcyers, and Mrs. Matilda Ian the cochairmen of the J 5 special gifts division, asv Mis. George M. Cohen, TV, and Miss Thelma who is in charge of Irtation. Bses for the afternoon are: lax Dobrin, chairman of solicitation; Mrs. Milton [chairman of general soliin Miami and Miami I Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairBami women's solicitation; pi Leslie, chairman. Beach 1 solicitation; Mrs. Max and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer. fH Y DANCES p for the general commulill be held weekly, betomorrow evening at the Beach Y, according Marash, executive di[ously, the Saturday night were conducted by the .each Serwce league and ponjined ts service perand hostessea TIBBETT TO SING AT OE8U CONCERT Lawrence Tibbett, outstanding baritone of Metropolitan Opera fame, will appear at Miami EdiCJA Divisions Hear Story of Buchenwald Chaplain Herschel Schacter, the first Jewish chaplain to enter the Buclunwald concentration camp after liberation day addressed the PARTY AIDS JNF, RUSSIAN RELIEF The sum of $775 was raised at a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Max Azar at their home, 1325 Cortez st., Coral Gables, Friday in honor of Elaine Gordon Decker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of New York. Daniel Brod gave a brief talk on behalf of Russian Relief. Mr. Gordon donated $500. An allotment of $275 was made to the Jewish National Fund. son High school Tuesday evening for the benefit of the Gesu Recreation center. Miss Ruth Brotman of the Beaux Arts bureau has arranged for Mr. Tibbett's performance. C. H. Lieberman, Washington Jewish physician, was one of the nine medical men at Lincoln's death-bed. lawyers' and accountants' divisions of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal at the Downtown club last night. Chaplain Schacter gave an eyewitness account of his personal experiences in the rescue and transportation work of 350 Jewish children from Buchenwald to Switzerland. He related behindthe-scenes episodes concerning the creation of the Jewish committee in Buchenwald, the formation of the Kibbutz Buchenwald and the first Zionist Hachshara on German soil. Arthur S. Friedman and Leon Kaplan, cochairmen of the lawA call to non-Jewish as well as Jewish veterans of both World Wars has been issued by Dr. Maurice Klein, commander of the Freda Markowitz post, JWV. A meeting of all veterans will be held at 8 p.m. in Beth David. VALENTINE PARTY A Valentine card party will be held by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Socoloff, 1898 S. W. Fourth ave. Entertainment and refreshments will be provided. A. KRONENFELD JOHN KRONENFELD yers' division are assisted by Marx M. Feinberg and Morris Rosenberg, captains. The accountants' division is headed by Maurice G. Furman. Captains of the division are Harry Blumin, Edward Friedman, Louis Gilman, Sidney Lefcourt, Sidney Wasserman and Eugene Weiss. N#PTWWEST III il MODERN and PERIOD FURNITURE 77 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI PHONE 78-3212 WANTED Clean and reliable girl to share apartment. Call before 6:15 p.m.; Sundays till 12:15. 428 S. W. Ninth Street. Apt. 20. FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS Psychic medium will give you lucky days and numbers. Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take bus to door 9C1 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 EVENING CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI REGISTRATION DATES FEBRUARY 7 and 8 — 7:30 9:30 P.M. FEBRUARY 9 — 8:30 A.M. 12:30 P.M. Accounting Art Aeronautics Bacteriology Botany Chemistry Drama Economics Education English (Composition and Literature) French Geography Government Hispanics Mathematics Mechanical Drawing Music History Physics Psychology Russian Sociology Spanish Speech Small Boat Design and Engineering Marine Navigation Celestial Navigation Air Conditioning Estimating and Blue Print Reading for the Construction Industry Estimating for Electrical and Plumbing Construction Industry Sales Phychology Philosophy WORLD WAR VETERANS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR EVENING STUDY UNDER THE GI BILL OF RIGHTS Special Courses Organized Upon Request Call Division of Adult Education 4-0801 Make your evenings count at The UNIVERSITY of MIAMI THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY announces AN INCREASE in the prices of GRAVES. FAMILY LOTS, AND BURIAL ESTATES v effective FEBRUARY 15th. 1946 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION V FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT SHE CAN WEAR? Clothing tht you tny consider old can bring new life to some suffering person to whom war brought despair and destitution. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far Ease Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today ... dig out all the clothing you can possibly spare. Victory Clothing Collection for Overseas Relief JAN. 7 tO 31 Take YourClothing to the Nearest School, Church or Fire Station SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE. 1260 N. W. 22nd St. Miami VICTOR'S. Coral Way and 36th Ave.. Miami DIXIE CASH MARKET. 139 N. W. 14th St.. Miami HHB&istBflj BBSESKIBMHHSI^H



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sssaifiSg t A Y, FEBRUARY 8, 1946 +Jewishtkrktiati PAGE THIRTEEN L Mark Hanis. of New Yo.k U-,1 council president of the E, Consumptives Relief sowU1 be guest of honor at Center Miami chapters donInch, on Tuesday at the Poink hotel. Ibbi Irving Lehrman will give %  benediction. An entertaint program has been planned. Beers who have arranged the Ir fund raising luncheon are Rose Levey, president; Mrs. Jacobs, chairman of the toluncheon; Mrs. Maurice Jans cochalrman; Mrs. Sol H. Vrn. treasurer; Mrs. Alex LiI secretary of the donor jour|Mm Ray Weiss, secretary of .jsing books; Mrs. Maury .,„.. and Mrs. J. Weisberg. C of the jewel and Lorial pages. rs Louis Rosenthal, secretary bmpliments; Mrs. Jerry Pont and Mrs. Jack Gordon, |er arrangements; Mrs. SydV. i Miian. reservations, he local chapter helps mainit,, society's home in DenIColo. LN ALUMNI GROUP Ianare being formulated by Juates of the Miami Beach fish Community Center re]>us schools to organize an tr.ni association. first meeting of the group I lake place Feb. 25. Memberis open to boys who have Bar Mitzva at the Center in all boys and girls coned in the Center's Sunday pol. Graduates may contact nuel Miller, education and tli activities director. f. A. ORGANIZED Irganization of a ParentIcher's association at the MiBeach Jewish Center was jn last Thursday at a tea. A ents' committee to plan for group was named. Members Ihe committee are: 'lu Mesdames Sylvia Jacknau, nne Nabatoff, Anne Abrams, Irk-y Fonnan, Anne Tannen|m. Anne Berman, Jennie kson, Rachel Segal, Annette ^dy and Molly Jacobs. Me Get You Some O'K.MILIS PAIN PI V'i%.: Anti-Pain Pill: Yeshiva Backs Memorial Drive. Lincoln was the first president to appoint a Jew a full-fledged minister to a foreign power, the post of minister of Italy having been offered to and rejected by Sigismund Kaufman of New York. The Lincoln penny, the first coin bearing the head of a president, which was issued on Aug. 2, 1909, was designed by a Jewish artist, Victor t>. Brenner, whose initials, VDB, appeared on the first 28,000,000 of these coins. "In Vain Does Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Right." The Prescription Center 405 LINCOLN ROAD al WASHINGTON AVENUE • Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University receive-. check from Jack Green, president of Yeshiva's student organization to be turned over as the student contribution to Memorial Cancer Center, 444 East 68 Street, New York, which is conducting a $4,000,000 campaign for the control of cancer. BEN AMI TO APPEAR ON BENEFIT PROGRAM Jacob Ben Ami, star of the Yiddish and English stage, will appear in a program of one act plays at the Miami Beach High School, Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, under the auspices of the Jewish National Workers' alliance. Proceeds of the affair will be devoted to the Jewish National Fund, according to Adolph Abramson, chairman, who is assisted by Dr. Harry Queen and Abe Dorff. Abe Amlin of New York will be guest speaker during the intermission. The supporting cast of the plays includes J. Mestel, Al Harris and Sarah Osnat Halevy, interpreter of songs from Palestine. 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I I -JcnKtntrii&r^ FRIDAY^rEBRUAnY PAGE TWO fyuoncdfy XpeoMnq, ed Boat Party to Benefit Beth David Make^ Cantor Kel< Ve Midge Cohn Memorial • Miss Rose SanzeU tig funds to Newlandei will re married m ibeii Cuban honeymoon, the Michigan city Sunday. The AT HOMZ A ND ABROAD :: %  .:!= will motor '.: Miami '; Dovid R Isen .3 sper.a.r.:: ^ vs.: his mothei Mrs. G.se'.z .,. ei< __ Key West ::3 fishing Newlandei ::: a month, The -with rzze:: N than overseas ihej --;-_--MacaUeil Texas and Charles European -------f^ .__ lrs A ^ £ ; es and sr tons, rhe couple .e ... ; __^ v _.._ -.__ .. •_.. De ^ ,t .. • home to Salinas Miss Home Sis Gordon Friedman redcuchter cf Mi and Mrs. Aaron %  --;> : meitiunal .1 croup r a aboard „t Sung after the C. Cohn. 1 sidcnt • • Home. :. .chairman %  ffair are it will it Fifth st. nts are nd Mr. and Mrs. Yctta :.-'.ein Mr. and nti rtainA spcc.al c. r.greg ation has been called by Hrrvi pres.dent of Beth Sfj p.m. Sunday at the i*T auditorium. a Tht s 'f Bethi is p!um.:r.. • Ball for March 4 aTT ^ hall. Mrs. 11,4.;^ general chan rr.an of uVjJi ment; Mr. and M rs C pT] Chicago and • %  J$\ Levenson. :.on^ HIGH-GRADE Radios Repaired" CarandH .reRaiosi Spt 84-Hour Sanies Fre.PickUpandca^l Service 2-9240— I). :.,-5-3.;o5i H. E. UStreet .;-._ -—. .-.~._ %  ._*.—. R -. •_ V : lul \'= :s ':r: -cuse r ests :: Bern Jacob Sunday. According %  --% %  j; _.;;;; '.;.; y tc tradition tee cream and can.;;; > s % %  j JSE) formed the rites. Mr. Massre &•* intends to here. v.-:-r friends tc .-.-. coen house eve--; Mr Ork>fJ is a mem he: z: z Brooklyn family which owns the C*rk>fJ department s:::e=. The Orloffs will live Nev Rcbbi .e wad Weiner daughter z: Mrs E Weine: Beachville Md and Louis Lopatin Tuesday. Mr. Lopctin the son :: Mr. ".; : %  '.:S. I Lopatin 1331 14th .COST SuEO ON %  M Dr. A. L. Sikes — ::: CLYMPIA ELDG. PHONE :-:289 MATURE WOMAN Will do Practical Nursing cr stay with children days cr nights. Mrs. Eva Asnes. 833 Biscayne St.. Miami Beach. JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons C: Here ar.d Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 Sons oi Abraham Book Fund 74 South Ferry Street Aibar-y 2, N. Y. Listen t: Burdint'i rsi:.-. program. 'Tashion Timi ever "A'lOD each weekday rr.::.-.:.-.; IIZ :; B:45. "Classiqne" crystal goblets s 3 COUPON 1 er y \ .: "The [ F % %  %  series and eni tost and (or your ther :.-: Name .-.:~-:5i %  : prim :;•. :. :sses ti S3 : 'v to par homage to the epi cur e — cookiurf rertaowt. Hafa> o U wc ri d T'^ 1 "'1...1 m.. i I,,, i r.. i.•'•""]



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AY, FEBRUARY 8, 1946 +Jewlstncridlar PAGE THREE ,el Raffs Plan | m e In Montreal Gwendolyn Gordon will the bride of Lionel Raff L, n oon Sunday in a cere%j be performed by Dr ,, Kaplan at the Wofford i bride-to-be^ daughter of find Mrs. Murray Gordon, g \V 24th avc, will be atby Miss Arline Lipson as tf honor. Dr. Moe Raff. „,.,.,.,,1. bicther of the bride.(lect, will be best man. lie informal ceremony will be Vl .,\ by a luncheon at the The couple will honcyin Havana, Miami and New C ity before proceeding to treal. Tiny will be at home 05 Ridgewood id., Montreal. Gordon is a graduate of Jniversity f Miami, where jnajored in French and was ol Delta Phi Epsilon soan d a member of Junior Mr. Raff, son of Mr. and el Raff of Montreal, I hools in Quebec. L, M guests here for the Binu include Dr. and Mrs. M. and Mrs. Moo Gordon, of |t Mr. and Mrs. Al GorSainia, Ontario; Mr. and ].. Wolf, London, Ontario; [Joseph Gold, Brooklyn, New IHadassah Nets iO at Carnival li hundred fifty dollars was it the carnival sponsored jior Hadassah Sunday everding to Natalie Frannt. The money will tlie Jewish National the Joint Palestinian Adration Fund and Youth of Junior Hadassah to entertain Miss Graco one. field director of the al Youth commission, who i.-it here early in March, neral meeting of the group held at 8 p.m. Thursday Beach Y. )RDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS It your roof repaired now; you |Hi save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd AvenuePHONE 4-5860 nncoLn >' INCOLN ROAD MIAMI MACH OWN I DP H iMfijni IPiTOI AT THREE THEATRES Uproarious with Laughter and Gloriou* with Music and Song! "BREAKFAST in HOLLYWOOD" With TOM BRENEMAN and BONITA GRANVILLE EDWARD RYAN BEULAH BONDI "[he Singing of Andy Russell The Music of Spike Jones and his City Slicker* The King Cole Trio Miss Kanter to Become Bride of Mr. Weissman Miss Joan Muriel Kanter will become the bride of Eli Israel Weissman at 3 p.m. Sunday in a ceremony to be conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman at the ..__:.... %  ....;.%. Miami Beach Jewish Center. Emanuel Barkan will assist. The bride-to-be, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Kanter, 249 Collins avc., will be attended by Lorraine Weinberg, maid of honor, and Evelyn Tendler, Gloria Fink, Shirley Goldstein and Juliet Mcltzcr, bridesmaids. Abe Klein will be best man for the bridegroom, who is the son of the Joseph J. Weissmans, 450 S. W. 18th ter. Ushers will be Robert and Alvin Wasserman, Abe Hirschbein, Morton Saslow and Sam Meltzer. The Misses Barbara and Sheila Farbman will serve as flower girls and Peter Klein, the bridegroom's nephew, will be ring bearer. A reception at the Center and a family dinner at the Netherlands hotel will follow the ceremony. The couple will honeymoon in Cuba for two weeks, after which they will live at Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests at the wed"The South's Only Seltzer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER Delivered to Your Door We Cater to All Parties Good Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excellent flavor. Highly carbonated. 10c Per Bottle BURAK BOTTLING CO. 532 N. W. 4th Ave. Ph. 3-1536 Ft. Lauderdale Navy Invited to Services Tonight has been designated Naval Air Force Sabbath under the sponsorship of the National Jewish Welfare board by Rabbi David Hale Gross, of Temple Emanuel of Hollywood and Ft Lauderdale. Personnel of Ft. Lauderdale Naval Air station have been invited to attend services. They will be greeted by local Boy Scouts in celebration of National Boy Scout Week. The Rev. Albert Dale Hagler of Bryan Memorial church, Coconut Grove, will be the principal speaker. ding will include Judge and Mrs. James Weinroth. Elkton, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenthal, and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosenthal, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Benjamin Goldberg and Mrs. Harry Rosenthal, of Atlantic City, all relatives of the bride-to-be, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bockner and family, relatives of the bridegroom. WANTED Competent Secretary and Receptionist. Ideal position for someone with Jewish social service or community work background. Phone Mrs. Miller—58-2503 Week-days from 9 to 5 DOG rente % %  710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMIi TEL. 3-343I-J 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE Of FrCULli KPKSENT THE HAXHtlTY Of KMTrOM JEWISH fUWRfll HOMES fn/ortTMlion Gladly Furmihtd on Rrqurif SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish L f§ HOUX JOS. L PLUMMER Young Model To Appear Thursday At B nai B rith Women's Luncheon Miss Cornelia W. Turk, 5-yearold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, will be among the models who will be featured in the fashion show at the Valentine's day luncheon to be given by B'nai B'rith Women at the Terrace restaurant. The rest of the models are professionals. Margaret Newman will stage the show, which will include a collection of 30 ensembles of slack suits, play clothes and cocktail frocks. Furs from Alexander's and precious jewels will also be displayed at the affair next Thursday. Randy Polansky, formerly of the Army special services, will sing during the musical portion of the arogram. One of the highlights of the afternoon will be the distribution of a program book which has been prepared by Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal and Mrs. Luther Bromberg. The advertising book includes favorite recipes submitted by members. Mrs. Harry Kaufman is general chairman of the luncheon. Committees include Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Jack Fein and Mrs. Harvey Herman, tickets; Mrs. Harold Turk, program chairman; the Mesdames Abe Seidler, Ben Landau, Sam Goldman, E. V. Seidler and Freda Shifman. Price of the luncheon is $5.00 per person. The only American flag bearing Hebrew characters in its fold was presented to Lincoln in I860 by Abraham Kohn of Chicago, a member of B'nai B'rith. Hear DR. ABRAM L. SACHAR SUNDAY MORNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK CLOVER CLUB AUSPICES SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal PHONE 3-5411 FOR RESERVATIONS NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS As required by Section 2, Chapter 23079, of the Acts of 1941. I, or one of my Deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite each for the purpose of receivinq Tax Returns for the year 1946. N. Miami Beach Feb. 18. 1946 10:00 A.M. Town Hall North Miami Feb. 18. 1946 1:00 P.M. Town Hall Biscayne Park Feb. 18, 1946 2:00 P.M. Town Hall Miami Shores Village Feb. 18. 1946 3:00 P.M. Town Hall Little River Feb. 18. 1946 4:00 P.M. Little River Drug Co. Hialeah Feb. 19, 1946 9:00 A.M. City Hall Miami Springs Feb. 19, 1946 10:00 A.M. Municipal Building OpaLocka Feb. 19. 1946 11:00 A.M. Town Hall N. W. 7th Ave. and 95th St Feb. 19. 1946 1:00 P.M. W. E. Peach Real Estate Office Golden Beach Feb. 19, 1946 2:00 P.M. Golden Beach Pavillion Sunny Isles Feb. 19, 1946 3:00 P.M. Sunny Isles Casino Allapattah Feb. 19, 1946 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jackson School Lemon City Feb. 19, 1946 11:00 A.M. Miami Edison School N. W. 62nd St. and 22nd Ave. Feb. 19. 1946 9:00 A.M. Corner Supply N. W. 71st St. and 17th Ave.. Feb. 19. 1946 10:00 A.M. Dorsey High School 3156 N. W. 27th Ave Feb. 19. 1946 11:00 A.M. Melrose Properties Office Miami Beach Feb. 20. 1946 1:00 P.M. City Hall Surfside Feb. 20. 1946 3:00 P.M. City Hall 2217 N. W. 7th St Feb. 20. 1946 9:00 A.M. Shell Service Station 2701 W. Flagler St Feb. 20. 1946 10:00 A.M. Waldron Tire Co. 1228 N. W. 3rd Ave Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Diamond Barber Shop Red Road and Tamiami Trail.Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Wild Cat Pharmacy 1918 Red Road Feb. 20, 1946 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery Store Coral Gable*... Feb. 20, 1946 10:00 A.M. City Hall 2906 Tamiami Trail Feb. 20. 1946 11:00 A.M. Meggs Dept. Store 2340 S. W. 32nd Ave Feb. 20, 1946 1:00 P.M. Tyson Sundries Coconut Grove Feb. 20. 1946 2:00 P.M. City Hall South Miami Feb. 20. 1946 9:00 A.M. Town Hall MIAMI Jan. 2.1946 9:00 A.M. 242 Court House Through Apr. 1, 1946 5:00 P.M. (Saturday, 9:00 A. M.—Noon) I also wish to remind the taxpayers that It is necessary to file only one application for homestead exemption, and that is with the County Assessor. This office will in turn certify the exemption to the various municipalities after it has been allowed. Applications are to be filed between January 1st and April 1st. It is necessary, however, that personal property returns and special exemption forms, such as widow's, veteran's and disability exemptions, be filed with the municipality as well as with the County. Under the provisions of the new tax laws relating to tangible personal and intangible personal property, it is mandatory that every person, firm, corporation, trustee, etc., owning or having control, management or custody of taxable personal property in the State of Florida, file annually a return with the Tax Assessor. The Act provides for penalties of 10 r f when the taxpayer fails to file these returns. When visiting the above precincts, we will receive applications and furnish receipts for all returns and applications filed. Respectfully, J. N. LUMMUS, JR.. Assessor of Taxes Dad* County, Florida B^B^B^BHB^B^Bs^BSH %  % 



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. FRIDAY, FE nBRUARVi L CJA Workers Set Sights On Feb. 24 Kicko Ctlfll • > LI Lee Acktrmu Paul BaroeU _: -T. M :;" '-' -> = ; "?B-rm „ A::n:e E Charles Cohen Harold Cohen Maurice Cromer Hat. S. J A. S. Friedman MiL'sn 1 .= ;-. = M 3. Furmaa Ab, tSanati C*o Soldbttg S Ab 58 Leaders to Spark Appeal For U.S.; Overseas Ajziies :a Goodman Mrs. H. Gordon Dr. I. Gordon Lecn M. Grossman Nil H. Haniefi Leonard ^ -. %  i : iMi %  : > • %  • M %  %  .... I Leon Kaplan Mrs. L. Kaplan Ralph J gV| Dr. A. Ku=hn = : Mrs, Se: Laslit H I M I H %  N :• • A :: %  %  :• %  : : • M M • H. Markowiti Leonard Maurer Murray! i %  %  %  n Mrs. C. Ratner N. Rothschild Sam • Dr. Sadowsky Harry Saffer T. Sakowiu Ned Schm M RV i. Schwartz Mrs. Monte Selig Rabbi Shap iro Wm. Silverman Mrs. M. Sirkin Louis Snetman Harold Spaet J"ph R. Stein Alfred St I.S.! r one Daid Stuiin A. VH Strwttn G*9



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t -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE fihMi eonfidentid Bv PHINEAS J. BIRON. FASCIST FRONT The Coi n can Activil tativos ttees ght ant S • mittee, letter to 1 I C A %  %  lettei ••I hi ; : %  v ... I .. I : ney for tl ti Lling : tl citizens" %  N Ac." act<: Semitism as National Anti-S son Its %  that fai : ing : nt'.-Semites than in ex;, sing tl ANSWER PERIOD Yes, there Is reason t that the att rr -• %  "•"" move to resume tl the s< iiti nists It is 1 thai the campaign to A. Lindbergh is its stage. D n't be nominated for I Sena! Republican ticket The committee of war veti discrimination is organizing picket squads to pi ket newsstands selling thi New V rk News And notwit the insistence of di ns zations to reic: I Father niello as the "Defi we state once n:o:< that 1 Semitic clergyman was removed from bama ... He was n I The Anti-Defamation leag • serves credit for its action ag a large Wiscon pany which instructed its B| "not to solicit insurance Africans. Hebrew Chini s MISCELLANY The actor who plays Justi Brandeis in the recently n radio transcription ot thi si ry of the great Ai ri / is none other than our g I friend Sam Jaffe The Ku Klux K is riding again in W. The city is flooded with KKK leafK I ng: '"We i help to put thi in their pro; We %  • • • %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  ; %  : "' V -• ATTENTION. MR. O'DONNELL: V let! %  ne'.l, the Daily News : very y u for • %  Fas ism I %  • tainl built • ': -. licked 1 Life Insurance Estate* Authoritative'y Prcarammed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldfl. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 % %  %  %  RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1238 Washington An. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS, JR. Fun-ral Director ABE EIStiNBERG. trtaturtr In Mew York: 76th Si. and Amsterdam Are. A WIDE-EYED Dutch child hugs her woolen sweater contributed in the American spring cloth. !" drive. Millions of others have hai nothing new for years. Give clothing to the Victory Clotl i C ectton CENTER RAISES DUES %  i • % %  %  next Turk Addresses Hillel At University of Havana Mr | Mis Harold Turk will ... Miami Sunday after a s tay ill Havana, Cuba, Mi. Turk is conferring 1 aildon. the i-itVs i, th pn sident. meeting of the Foundation last night at ol Havana. The rganized this year. Rabbi Arthur the director. is the second time since i A ,i that a Bnai ntative from the has made an offiI the Cuban lodge. Dr. Sai har flew down in ScpREJOINS FATHER The American Jewish Congress v. f Peac. %  • Jems Mark Anniversary I F foundi Hi N CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment It will pav you to investigate 1111 Lincoln Road ... Muwm noad „ „, CHASE FEDERAL Resources Over S10.000.000.00 CL. CLEMENTS. Pmldtnt • %  ing six months in e, John Kronioined his father, an associate vest Furniture com77 N.W. 36th st. 1923, the company : period and mod. %  : i specializes in C< ntury mahogany. Mr. Kronenfeld wife and three sons th st. ra ^AY jgmu^^ MASS EM ^RATlf3 ENDS IN Pouff 1 WARSAW UT7L U emigration of j ew ,. "*' which had „ J ( .^' proportions a few seems to have ended ^ cases of Jews l, avi according to rerx.ru hei e. The stoppo,-,. of emin,. attributed t„ the lmD ^ security conditions* J* the drastic measure! 1 by the Pohsh soveri he reports r rom Gerr^ the situation,,! t he p,' 1 refugees there i, bad \1\ future emigration win tl* tremelv difficult Terror against Jews eta, however although on af scale. In Czestochon' fews received letters £* Ukrainian bv local faR J threaterunc them with fa they did not leave the citv ever, security authorities"^ ately tookme.MirestoDr^J recipients of the threats a? thonzed all Jews t„ cam arms. In Zabrze, formerly tki man city of Hii.denbur'mnSi a 20-year-ola Jewish &\ been killed bv members/ anti-Eovernment band. AI saw radio broadcast, whichl closed the killing said thatii were hopeful of liquidatwi Banc shortly. NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • • EVERY WEEKDAY NITE Wert FLAGLIR KENNEL CLUB, DAILY DOUBLE 1 3d R, CM ADM. 2$c AvallabI* Tranaportatlon J."' Mrvlee from ur. dmt'a F,rit St. antranc* •no Wad Adam* bua lint, frofeaaional Bldg., SIS N. E. 2nd Av.. All but.e. d.r.ct to the track. Quini*!* No W**



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FEBRUARY 8, 1946 +Jewlsl III a teller PAGE ELEVEN *v George Talianoff [Beqional Director. ADL ki l i 1 ^r^po rt 0 thiswce u k from historic Savannah t nf a meeting of the Ke committee of the Fifth B'nai B'nth. Litteemen from as far %  L Maryland and as far K Florida assembled to tlll problems of our peo : rh( m any faceted Bnai trocram was given studied The expanding needs '•teen-agers and college lv discussed. In the at ,„,dealing with youth bid Hillel activities, it was | added emphasis was upon the deepening of intg iii Judaism and dep 10 blems of anti-Jewish |e, came in for considerItinii'in with Alex Miller, [director f the district, |isingular honor for our enial Milton Friedman, our I'rith Youth Organization Intalive. and Louis Osi la commltteeman of la Beach. nnah, the city of ageless u of the oldest comp., in the South. Our first Isettli • of this stately city \. i Gen. Oglethorpc. Ij is renowned for its p umsque squares, its i ti ries with huge api',1 mausoleums and its ful azaleas. nnah, however, has still distinguishing characterSamelv, the warm hospibi its people. I had heard %  ih's hospitality even visiting this community. Miamians told me of xii %  i nee she had several EjM w hen she was confined ivannah hospital as a result i: sustained in an autoi i!< nt. She knew no Savannah and yet. very word got about that a girl was hospitalized in ., • Visitors flocked to |i: : lowers, candy and ig our stay in Savannah prcsi-ntatives from the vaouthern communities were touched by the warmth I v. i Icome they received. A Vitation was on hand to i arrival. Home hoswas arranged for each No request was too small lame of fulfillment. impelled io express a It which presents itself land again. These everyJ ies and harmonious relationships comprise the 1 .vhich respect and tolmg all groups are fosThe roots of bigotry, Ke and intolerance are |n the mire of suspicion, respect and understandthe spirit of ncighborlind harmony existed not B the vis-a-vis relationship Ividual to individual, but I ated intergroup rela|i ficant strides in elimigroup prejudice and in B better understanding |be made. Bin was the first president Ch an attempt at official Imitism in the United I having countermanded an (expelling the Jews from piitincnt of Tennessee durCivil War. TO SHARE pi share my beautiful home with a Tourist at 1561 Lenox Ave.. |. Mrs. Malek. iOttU QtctlutS Complex Department ptore With Quality Merchandise ngton Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach for your convenience s Brother's New Apand Accessory Store |EFlap;r St., Miami Tf! IIJLJI IN GREATER MIAMI limn • % %  in Hum inimiiiiii i II % % %  hi '" llllsilliliii ll'"lll A In.nil BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Partiei and Banquet* TENDER, juicy suki thai will m.-it In yuur muuth served la thr coolest pla<* ID town from 4 fet> midnight. NPW Orleans cuisine — Music by Marty Ray* Ml Uis plan* In iii cocktail lounge. 626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8771 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Blumenfeld's STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM ALDEN HOTEL 2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Flenchman's. N. Y. and HOTEL WINDSOR. Lakewood. N. J. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT %  Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED 11 mi< t tin M.iiKiu'-tm'ni *ii iiir llriaiuiil iiwiirf* *t rtitfTmanVi Telephone 58-2979 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastriee N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 ;,, Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal A* The 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 Mitxvah Partiea 'I FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE (IDA S F IN t ST AMERICAN ||WliH DINNER" r mr\mrdT' n t\ in COUINI AVI Vlf IRIECII^ 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 REVLIN HOTEL PAPPYS FINE FOODS MT J\.K fc^ COLLINS AT 20TH MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED Specializing In ... • BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs of Beef 9 A.M.-3 A.M. PALLASHATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 11:30 A. M. Until 12:00 P. M. EXCLUSIVE GRECIAN CUISINE THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN MIAM Owned and Operated by Harry N. 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L^ FEBRUARY &. 1946 Jewish fhrkflan PAGE FIVE DASSAH HEARS LIEF WORKER Martha Sharp of the Mean Relief or CzccholslolI ,„ be guest speaker at %  Jtbig oi the Greater Miami KrHadassah. 1:30 p.m. MonI' ?h e Atlantis hotel. Miss I, Kussy, one of the original TC of national Hadassah, r Dil rticipate in a memorial [... lor the first anniversary ,. death <>f Miss Henrietta wh o was a personal friend B Sharp was an agent of KiKd States Committee for | t „ of European Children neere d in transporting -,'„ to wartime homes in l IU -i She has been decorated |l„ government of Portugal is 0 life member of the 1,!, and the Portugese Red Abraham Goodman will ,(,!,. ,i the business meeting I], W jii precede the program. [Daniel Berliner will outline L,\ vents. I,,,,,, February, which Ha, designated as Youth B h month, Mrs. Milton Wolf, p the project, and Mrs. Iv Platoff arc arranging fund n tii s to be held in mem: Sophie Tucker to Entertain AJC At Donor Dance for Child Care American Jewish Congress members and their guests will be entertained by Sophie Tucker and the Latin Quarter show at the formal dinner dance the Women's division will hold 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the club on Palm Island, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, president, announces. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman, and her co chairmen, Mrs. Philip Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, have arranged the affair which will benefit the American Committee for the European Jewish Children, of which Dr. Albert Einstein is chairman. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, who are cochairmen of the Rehabilitation committee will be honored by the local AJC division at a luncheon March 7. Besides placing children in private homes and institutions, some members of the committee have constituted themselves foster parents of children in Europe and maintain personal contact with those for whom their gifts provide. It is estimated that $300 covers a year's care for each child. Final plans for the dance were made at a board meeting yesterLincoln was the first president to appoint a Jewish army chaplain. Dr. Arnold Fischel of New York got the appointment in 1862 after Congress passed special legislation making it possible. The last photograph of Lincoln, taken on the Sunday before his assassination, was made in the Washington studio of Adolphus Solomons, later president of the B'nai B'rith in Washington. i MRS. LOUIS GLASSER day at the home of Miss Cara Goldenberg. imes Law Practice i, Lt. (JK> Dnvid Catsman i the practice of law MIZRACHI DIVISIONS TO INSTALL OFFICERS ving m the Navy for 30 tiiHi has opened his office |l()l Lincoln id. Catsman rewith his wife at 1518 W. |lcr st. He is program chair(of B'nai B'rith Sholcm lodge. it. Ernest Wolfman, son of | drs. Max Wolfman, 1565 ave., lias been sent over. mberg, Germany, for y. n duty. graduate of Technical High was an airplane mep; before joining the air in July, 1945. Mrs. Lillian Snyder, who was connected with the Henry street settlement for 30 years, will be installed as president of the Women's division of the Miami Beach Mizrachi tomorrow evening at Beth Jacob's Community house. Mrs. Snyder was formerly president of the settlement house in New York. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, honorary president of the Men's division, will install the officers. Mrs. Joseph Brenner, past president, has been named honorary president of the Women's group for life. Other officers are Rabbi Uri Felshan, president, Men's division; Mrs. Pauline Chill. Mrs. Goldie Sirs, Max Wenger, Joel Cohen, vice presidents; Mrs. Eugenia Lillianfield, treasurer; Meyer Mescheloff, financial secretary; Mrs. Louis Feder, corresponding secretary; Cantor Feder, recording secretary; Dr. A. J. Safra and Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg, trustees. Appointed committee chairmen are Mrs. Freda Carlstein, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Bertha Hagen and Mrs. Esther Hagen, membership; Mrs. Esther Safra, children's village; Mrs. Esther Shafron and Mrs. Anna Feinberg, in charge of affairs. EMBARRASSING HAIR BANISHED FOREVER from face. gfc arms and legs 7l^ SAFELY • A PAINLESSLY 1 RAPIDLY I with Short Ware Elecf ironic Method at a rate I of 400 to 800 hairs per hour. Endorsed by Medical profession. IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2997 LINCOLN ARCADE DR. C. F. McCLAMMA • OPTOMETRIST • Complete Optical Servica 248 N. E. 78th ST. PHONE 7-7147 Yjw^( PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL -SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" mnsf* 0-2684 E.E. CARTER. Tuner.1 Director "A Friend la Need" MM W. FLAOLER i %  r 1 %  **



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FRIDAY, Candidates Qualify For May Primaries; Voters Must Register All Dadt % % % % %  vote thii sister, i cordW %  % %  %  i I n. Lndei mow • manently nc< tion both istei %  • %  dan-, registratioi the court h %  • %  *' With and 28. tr ..Ex-G v Sp Bart Ft. La • %  the L". S. Senal %  t cated by Sen C Andrews. Dc.: A. Smal and A Pal Cam for repi trici in C ngress. N n N. Curtis is tn< Republican W. H D. Barns, Democral on th Which A: %  Can lative rac Group 1: D. G' S. Okell ii, F Hunt. K. B. Gautier. Jr.: R Hcans—W lt( r P. S1 Henry H. Ehrlich. Group 2: D( R Oelkers, % %  '• %  RK. Bell. Mrs. 1 Republ I W It T '• Group 3 I 1 ti —C W %  W publican—Edgar K. v. Frank C. Ril< : %  Judge Ben C. Willard as a cam;, lat I the Couni C nal Court of nn C. Min n li lat to su n< y 11th jud:cFrank O. Spain County Solicitoi *. R. Tayl IT is a fifth ten Jones. No Dei at 1 [U the school board the deadline is Ml lowing Re; ul qualified: District 1: Stephen Szab C. A Winkelman. District 2: H. S. B | A D. Griffin (both N< _• District 3: E Harlem G. Rubeit. Dr. Horl :. I' :. I sted, Wi -: %  -. E i i L. Acker publican car..: | can state ecu:. tl mitteewoi Other politii al ofl i March 23 is tl line judge oi the ci irt ol county executive commil and committei < party. DR. LUBIN RESIGNS FROM LABOR POST 5*85 %  %  • %  that vou 1 %  • • wen. I %  %  ONE MAN REUNION BUREAU Sholem Lodge Prepares Yiddish Night Program v L*i F an. Ph; S Cohen. Albert Q lot. ] I %  %  • B'l B'ril • • %  DADE CHAPTER PLANS TAG DAY COLLECTION Fc b. 16, has been set Day" by the Dad* nal Children's CarPlans for the annual ,„ ma dc at a business hapter, 1:30 p.m. the Beach Y. Day, mils will b lUloui potato with and red heart day will be crippled heart." SPECIAL ASSEMBLY A Rudensky to Describe JNF Work During War Ai the J '. Palest t will en by %  124111 ... A Ha-Am v ill.\almnal I rrfuf I %  • .. %  I |. in lli. I nil. I Mai m -• %  -:i Y;" VY.nl N „ : %  %  %  %  • I I %  % %  • I,,,. II, .,!... Ii.in.ll-huihlrriU ill I .. .1 lo inn ali • I l> P Hi.I -...Hi. -n n %  ll ihr man) tital Ml• %  i ,-k%  ipportcil b) the I niti I Jei*h Appeal. New Hadassah Group Announces Officers %  %  • Towi %  I s M F respondi %  Abrnhai %  %  ildn n'a assembly at Beth Jacob Sunt| presentation awards. Students in a portrayal of and musical itationa will be I rogram, MoBchelofl has of Hebrew in tu (W30 p.m. BPW ADVISOR HERE Liebei man of New the national of the Busi[essional Women's '-.. will address at B:15 Monday Y, Cantor Emanuel group in Joel Zalis, president, has %  I the Miami ry to the Jewish Agi Ptoi Ida l.x'K K \:.i:u %  The Senior Judea Trumpaldore chapter, t, tine open 1 %  Lincoln ii 1 J5Cl!j-sn 'S t\W< Ml Rabbi Josep'n E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Chtplei I NOTICK is ItKttEhV n-.' •:' ,,M: 1 ,; %  CmSLl 11.12. .,, %  ,,' has Mini„ t( r !" J tn InIM ied P of Florida n -" 1 s "' • llnok PuTi : ,l, ',''". v nbU* Ii.ule. SI ii. i |d Tha aai ,,,|,i .„, il-ithe i name of: I'.NKXoWN t'nlvM Wllll •!',.,„ ML deemed an %  jCTJ .l.-.-nl. a • ;' hluheat blddei • lh# Coutl door mi Hi,' fl miiiitli ..f M.I h l-i|i; whiAi tth dav ol .' 11 ii,..l n.i ,. j_ ll'ir, v. n • i rHEl ia %  nt* Pin H, \ r STKP.P.ETU irin-uli r,.ii:i 1/18 2.1 2 1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY <;!V_ MiUII,I. • alani bualneaa undi i -iirictitloMi BTA ROBIN I'lXCHOT 1(11 B. W. Kl Miami, Kl'.i ui saiil Main,vrlll • I'U-k cult Court nf I "i, BEX i VMIN IMXi'HOt WII.I.IAM I. 1-MIJIT Attorni


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f.jeUtncrldtorL P AGE SIXTEEN D. P.'s Rap British At Munich Meeting MUNICH iJT.V-N I been done to find ho:: Jews in displaced | in Germany nine month the liberation. Zali chairman of th Central mittee for Lib varia. declared I en : • : sent %  • l>spls the American occui ie in Germany. David Ben-G. i the executive co:: Jewish Agency, charged t with "mak people." of instttul in Palestine, and of en,. racial inatory legisl I • | Nazi >un: *He said that Gen. D Eisenhower has sh % % %  % %  standing and sympathy lor tne plight of the Jews, but ir .:: rts • the Jews were tx bv tl recent statements ol LI Frederick E. Morgan. L*Pi chief in Germany. Ben-i s ti : ". i thi • tion Morgan had existed to get 1 and eastern was -made public in 189 7 nist Cor.::a Col A W. R %  :":• %  ri %  senting Lt. Gen. Lucian B. Truscott. U.S Third Army Comm i told t/ • %  the futun si ••' I factory • Techniques To Combat Prejudiced Discussed NEW YORK (JTA — Pel i who feel least surroundim amount of ra i. and preiud of DII iudict I to be foui don W Allpon psych By lei m %  niversil I cation, welfan other t the < n of i Interrelations of the Amtricaa Jewish Congress. Dr. Allport said tl ings were based among 437 students i Hcrvard. Dartmouth & Radcliffe. The sun also dislike acquiied duri between two and eli acquired after strongest. He urged, thi that care be taken to si prejudiced teacher.-, espi • lementary guides. ZIONISTS BROADCAST STORY OF USSISHKIN ,. A pighi J n Sunday at 9 Men %  % %  %  %  %  %  : ) %  %  .... %  % % %  s.i 1 I'll •' %  •'• %  %  • y wi SSTKIN. • %  i-s-ia %  l-g-15 r,. ic MPRFRY GIVES that v %  • vnTlCE IS IIKKKHY lilVKN that PI N H AND J< w Bnd Sl ,,.,., SHOP. %  -..,.1 name CrcuM .-..urtof 1 M %  1 I X 'HICK Rl 'SENS 11 M K wii 11 \M i. PAM/T. ,.. \ ... tppllcMlt* Bid*. F .. %  %  Appeal for Tolerance Made By Patterson %  iv ,-,.r\TY .iri'C.KS COIRT s S E ro} NTT. FLORIDA ... f STEPHEN K HREINF'SKTVTENTION TO MAKE j !,. N TOR rauL uis,„....I,v dv.-n that I .i -. fli l report nn.i peri hm A d, ,h estate of Stephen I, .. %  and that on .. % %  .-. 1*41 I will ,.... W F Wanton. ,,.,.i. County. PTor. Mid film I report '". Artmlnl late of BUptten K. r ji iiary. i*<6\BREWING. Administratrix. VFR ,' • itrfx. %  • %  %  '.national • %  Wai %  Id • %  .' nitti • %  : %  :.' •• ... : me when try to mitigate the It of G %  %  %  %  :.. I nati D: S tivi vici .... n earl that ol enoi • • pari ... ... ;. %  ff corrosive '. %  : '•' %  %  %  v V i IRERT OIVBN that ; nit to emcaara In %  ime "f i: AND RK• | S \V. :.th Ave1*1 da to reside" "'l.rk of the unty, Morlda. ,1.1AM BRETAN. Sole Owner. ...... ... • • • vv, D H : %  %  • for App • r IS HEREBY GIVEN I •_ %  • • • %  1 nf rAl • R8. at \" \V. Tth I .... %  %  %  %  • of 1 Fl ........ %  R %  SCHINE GIVES S5.000 TO UNIVERSITY FUND A gift of S5,00u has been to the University I M pansion fund bv J. Myer S President Bowman F. Ashi the univi d. Winter visitor from Gloversville. N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Si have become interested in University Svmphonv to which they are annual scribers. Schine is owner of tl R Plaza. McAllister and Boca Raton i hotels. RIVERMONT PARE SANITARIUM :389 N. W 7th St. Ph. '•.7301 But ca-efor chronic lick, convalesce-t ar.3 elderly people SANF.L BtER, M. D., D,rector Reasonable Pncei % % % %  Large Beajtifjl Grcunds^^ HAVANA $ 47; 5 ? 2-Day Cruise TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells oi Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Anv Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace TAX 2 Days. 1 Night In Havana I ncludet: Round t r D trans* %  of self and tiaogage, h te m witti orivat Oe l„Xf i.gnt .5-"a in SUt biles, sdmisi m c. 3P serv ci. ta. Limited r.irt, n-ake rue-, now. ASK FOR BOOKLET ON OTHER LONGER CRUISES MITCHELL'S TOURS Since 1912 304 E. Flaqler St. Miami Phone 9-3605 NEW YORK JALITY FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 I II(M/ f,'|j HAVANA wilh CARRERO'S ALL EXPENSE TOUR Get % % % %  •rrinllx li,ld,r Sea tnn< Trip riant •> _. f'i ti. MIM 9O4.50 1 ConUouout y Mn ia ; ; MeTr.nUcr.al Travel Sorvlet TELEPHONE i. i M i 3OI EAST FLAGLER STPEET S A M %  FLORIDA FLORIDA AND WEST INDIES Trans-CaribbearTj 21 Pawenwi DeLuvc DC Airtincn I •oi iQuirne iM eduled fli9hU for ^ur added convenience. For restor individual chartered PR or complete chartered plane, call 3-3455. ,_ 'AMINOII BIVUION TRANS-CARIBBEAN *'• CAt0 UNIS. HC 304 EAST FLAGLER ST. ^ York City Office: 36 W. 44lh St., N. Y. 18 I V GIVEN that % % %  t-riEHge litloua name •/ %  ; CO., a' Tim • ,\\enue. Miami. paid name %  i "• .urt of ilFl XSTKIN. i owner. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY I IN COUNTY nnrirr^J NOTIck OP iv,rs T ','"tMM. NOTICE IK herehv ., have f||,.,| mj infrJNi MUM for Pin. 1>..,;'*"•• '.f lh...-I,,.. ,. I '/'•& A/K/A DM Ha dSS2S*l on the Ulh da ,. f yJT^ uia "111 apply t,, the Ho^tf.ltfl Itlanton. Pountj I l? 1,1 I County. Piorld ; %  : df final report and f.." fSSffifl Kxrrutrlx of th. .....,,' ^1^13 HavK. A/K/A I..||, '''Sj MAX R. s,r.i p i',v MM ^5i NOTICE 18 HERRBToi,, tuislncRj, uri.l.-r ihi f| PENIN8CI.AH INSTIT^TS 1 riTl-TB," Kat KI.-IK'-I Btreel JtuLi Intend! to racletei muES Clerk of th.i County. Florida KI.I MTER8 g, HEIMAN At torn* va for Applicant "l-RHTrll NOTICE 18 HRRKBT liiva the uiHlemiKii.'.l. (Ii slrlni to L liUKlneaa undl r I : %  ..„ sth sue.t. HI intends Zi wild name wltl ,, .J| rult Court of D (j f|S MAHX PEINRERQ, Conarreaa Ride AttorniN %  t/1'S-lB-Z] NOTICE 18 HEREBY %  Ft. 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FRIDAY. THERE'S STILL Something In Your Closet %  %  FOR EUROPE'S NAKED As the Victory Clothing Drive enters its final stage surely you can Find many articles of apparel that can be added to Dade County's Clothing Collection What Can You Spare That They Can Wear? Clothing that YOU may consider old can bring new life to some person to whom war brought despair and destitution. 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 clothing you can possibly spare. VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief ; This advertisement was prepared by Ihe Advertising Council for the Victorv Clofhi !" rvn .ltU k ne viciory i, joining Collection, and is sponsored by the following Greater Miami Motile Hotel Braznell-International 4300 Collins Avenue Miami Beach DORCHESTER HOTEL 1850 Collins Avenue Miami Beach DORSET HOTEL 1720 Collins Avenue Miami Beach DUKE HOTEL 8233 Harding Avenue Miami Beach HELEN MAR HOTEL 2421 Lake Pancoast Dr. Miami Beach HELENE HOTEL 1030 15th Street Miami Beach MAYFAIR HOTEL I960 Park Avenue Miami Beach North Beach Hotel & Apartments 250 20th Street Miami Beach REGENT HOTEL 1685 James Avenue Miami Beach SUN HOTEL 742 5th Street Miami Beach TROPICAIR HOTEL 880 Everglades Concourse Miami Bch Normandy I 8 l e8 TYLER HOTEL 430 21st Street Miami Beach VILLAGE HOTEL 405 Espanola Way Miami Beach HOTEL VINE VILLA 251 N. E. 2nd Street ^^ BRADFORD HOTEL 250 N. E. 1st Street Miaffli GLADES HOTEL 2730 Colline Avenue Miami Beach



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h leii&UEloridGfan THE JEWISH UNITY F Cum THE IF WISH WEEKL g|7i~17uMBER6_ MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS [abs, Communists Oppose ish State as Hearing Ends bNDON (JTA)—The hearings of the Anglo-American In[committee concluded here as representatives of five Arab testified against Jewish immigration to Palestine and a tentative of the Communist party in Britain recommended [rninalion of the Palestine Mandate and the establishment ^pendent Palestine, but not a Jewish State. Baking for all the Arab states, Faris el Khoury, president Syrian Senate, said that even if other countries of the I open their doors to Jewish refugees, Palestine should still I to admit them. "We save taken enough of them." he said. % mbly To Decide of Budgeting ?OIT (JTA) — More than fish leaders from all parts country are expected to Bate in the General Asthe Council of Jewish Itions and Welfare Funds I will o| en here today. nkel, Stanley C. My( les H. Cohen will cut tin Greater Miami Jewition. The Miami delei which Myers is senior |t | as been instructed to the Assembly that the inity Noted a tie on budgeting. mon problems and responof Jewish federations funds will be considthe gathering which will lays. The Assembly pen with a discussion of ii cai e of the aged and sii k. and will also discuss ning day the question tncing overseas, national leal operating and capital I nal advisory budgeting idered on Sunday Mi an i afternoon. Rccomthe Council board, i< s have had sevin which to discuss lystalize their judgment on posal. Delegates will be ite on the question. fc legates to the General Dly '•' %  i ii to have a Nation'•' Budgeting service as stablished tor the benei nlier agencies that i a service?" ni M.I ticm of overseas I lans for meeting them the subject of the Sunday ssion. Speakers will presituation in Europe and and will describe plans 1 i" enter America on sis of President Truman's nt. On Monday delegates will conproblems of anti-Semitgroup relations in An analysis of whether lem has been growing or MS. and what the prospects h post-war period ahead presented. M> Hillel Silver, presithe Zionist Organization pica, has addressed a com'"Ml to Zionist regional d offices urging them national advisory budted Jewish Fund of >> was reported to have its delegates to the mbly to vote to denational advisory budgetMid failing that, to vote 'he plan. toll str [> %  i %  CH-The UNO was urged to take up the question '^migration into Pal"> a resolution adopted at %  wjj session of the conferdisplaced Jews in the 11 wntj. Asked whether he would oppose Jewish immigration to Palestine even if large scale improvements are made there, including the carrying out of the Lowdermilk plan and economic developments which would increase Arab well-being, Khoury replied: "Definitely yes. I wish to state again that we absolutely reject Jewish immigration." Asked if the Arabs in Palestine are interested in credits, machinery and industrial advancement, he stated: "Not at Jewish hands." He added that the Arab states arc also against the partitioning of Palestine. Philip Piratin, Communist member of Parliament, submitted a memorandum on behalf of his party stressing that Palestine is not a free country and, therefore, cannot be one of the countries to admit refugees. The memorandum expressed regret at the fact that little has been done to implement the White Paper's pledge to make Palestine independent. It declared that the Communist party does not believe that it would be in the interests of refugees to change their citizenship from that of a free country to that of a country with a colonial status. It requested that Palestine be made an independent state where Jews and Arabs will be enabled to live together as equal citizens. The Inquiry committee will issue an interim report in Vienna (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Three Pre-Gampaign Events Listed JDC Head Here For Gifts Dinner AtBeachTuesday Dr. Manfred Arie Attends Meeting of Miami Captains Dr. Manfred Arie, noted Viennese jurist and profound student of Jewish problems, will speak at the Miami men's division of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal workers and captains' meeting at the Town Y 8 p.m. Wednesday. In Vienna, Dr. Arie held the position equivalent to that of presiding state supreme court judge in the United States A doctor of law and professor of criminal law, he contributed numerous articles on legal questions and Jewish problems to continental publications, and before coming to this country was active as a leading interpreter of the law in Austria and one of the legal advisors of the ministry of justice in Austria. During the first World War, Dr. Arie served with the rank of captain and received four medals for distinguished service and bravery. Following the war, he (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) News In Brief IN THE U. S. NEW Y O R K — Dr. Marcel Sehein, cosmic ray expert of the University of Chicago and consultant to the General Electric laboratory, has been credited with producing, for the first time in history, the meson, one of the chief constitutents of cosmic rays. Two Jews were among the five U. S. Army radio experts who "reached the moon" by radar. Herbert Kauffman. a radio man in civilian life, was one of the two men who actually recorded the radar wave which travelled to the moon and back in 2.4'seconds, while the second Jew was Jacob Mofsenson, a graduate of City College of New York and a former diamond dealer Lise Meitner, famous Austrianborn Jewish physicist, whose research in nuclear physics paved the way for the atom bomb, has arrived here to accept a position teaching at the Catholic university in Washington. WASHINGTON — The rary emergency shelter tempoat Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y., has been closed, Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes has announced. The last of 924 refugees, who spent more than a year at the camp, has left to take up permanent residence in one of the many communities which has offered them homes and }Qb. WASHINGTON—With the filibuster against the FEPC bill finishing its second week, Senator Theodore Bilbo joined his Southern colleagues and charged in a speech from the Senate floor that the bill would force employers to establish a "Jewish quota" when hiring workers. Bilbo cited the case of a Southern factory owner who, Bilbo said, was forced to dismiss "Gentile" employees to hire Negro and Jewish employees. ON THE EUROPEAN SCENE LONDON—The Yugoslav proposal that all displaced persons be forced to return to their homeland, with the exception of the German Jews and the Spanish Republicans, has been endorsed by the Ukranian delegation to the UNO. Simultaneously, the French delegates proposed that an advisory committee of the Economic and Social Council of the UNO assume the functions of the Intergovernmental committee on Refugees and the League of Nations' High Commissioner for Refugees. FUERTH, Germany—A poll of nearly 2,000 Jews in two displaced persons camps in Germany revealed this week that none of them would consent to stay in Germany, that all wanted to leave Europe, and that every single Jew (C0NTINUIO QN, PA9I I) QUOTA EXTENDED JERUSALEM (JTA)—Latest information reveals that the four-month 1,500 monthly immigration quota announced last week will be extended to six months, with the starting date as of last Nov. 1, it has been learned. However, if any of the 9,000 new visas remain unused at the end of April, they will be withdrawn. The Jewish Agency, it is understood, is attempting to have the starting date advanced to Jan. 1 and is also asking that all the visas be assigned to Jews. According to present plans, a few of the immigration certificates would go to non-Jews. The visas will not be distributed through the Jewish Agency, as were the bulk of those available under the White Paper, but will be assigned through British diplomat-'c representatives abroad. (See page 9 for earlier details.) Hillel Director To Aid Drive At Brunch Sunday Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, will address the town special gifts division of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal 10 a.m. Sunday at the Clover Club. Dr. Sachar. who-is also national youth director of B'nai B'rith, is coming here from Washington, D.C. The town special gifts division, headed by Herbert E. Scher, is composed of leading Miami businessmen who are seeking to raise a substantial share of the 1946 goal of $783,100 from large contributors prior to the opening of the drive Feb. 24. Sholem to Install H. TurkClass An initiation ceremony for the formal induction of new members has been set by Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith for 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Elks club, E. Flagler st. and Third ave. The membership class, first of its kind since the end of the war, is being named in honor of Harold Turk, past president of Sholem lodge, under whose leadership the lodge received awards of merit from the War department for its achievements in war service activities. The "Harold Turk" degree team which will initiate the new members is headed by Maurice Cromer, assisted by John Kronen feld, Alvin Cassel, Milton Friedman and Dr. Everett Blasberg. Officers and trustees of Sholem lodge will participate in formal attire in the initiation rites. The membership will also hear an address by Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum. B'nai B'rith members from other states have been invited to attend the meeting. UPA Elects Rosenbloom NEW YORK, (JTA) — Charles J. Rosenbloom of Pittsburgh has been elected national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, it was announced this week. Rudolf G. Sonneborn. of New York, wit n*md iMocUtt chftjrrnin., Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, one of the three agenciea of the United Jewish Appeal, will be guest speaker at the Beach special gifts division dinner of the 1941) Combined Jewish Appeal to be held 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Robert Richter hotel. Warburg, who has recently returned from a tour of displaced persons camps In Germany and Austria as a member of the U.S. armed forces, will tell the Beach workers of the despair and frustration of the displaced Jews. He will give an account of the work of the JDC workers in displaced persons camps in Germany and Austria, and what these men do in bringing supplementary food, clothing, emergency supplies, religious, cultural, vocational and educational assistance to the displaced persons. NEW YORK (JTA) — Edward M. M. Warburg will serve as chairman of an unprecedented S3S.000.000 campaign on behalf of the overseas relief, rehabilitation, resettlement and welfare agencies of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, it was announced this week. Abraham Goodman, Alfred Stone and Shepard Broad, cochairmen of the Beach special gifts division, have as their leading workers Harry I. Magid, Morris Goodman, Arthur Perper, Murray Maurer. Nat H. Hankoff, Gus Trau, Jack Bcber, Alex Van Stratten, Samuel Sapiro, Harry Zukernick, Harry Cornblum, Leo (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6) Cities Heed UJA Call; First Pledges Told Almost seven million dollars has been pledged to the United Jewish Appeal's $100,000,000 campaign by seven cities and the state of Maine. As reported by Isidor Coons and Henry Monotor, executive vice chairmen, the following pledges have been made: Detroit, Mich.: a minimum allotment of $2,000,000 to the UJ A for 1946; Baltimore: $1,500,000; Pittsburgh: bulk of $1,500,000 quota intended for UJA; Miami: $500,000; Maine: $392,000; New Britain, Conn.: $150,000; St. Paul, Minn.: $400,000; Miiumpolis' $25,0QQ, f i %  -*' **>$**!>(,£— -* BBSBEB