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The Jewish Floridian ( February 15, 1946 )

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IfewiisltUEIIiDiPiidliiaun /^^?^T H E JEWISH UNITY~| THE J E WIS H W jMS 19—NUMBER 7 ibined Jewish Appeal Interest ms As General Drive Nears MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS oUnuing the rapid pace of npaign activity, the Com| Jewish Appeal is gaining ntum as the date for the [! si licitation draws near. am D. Singer, general cam[chairman, stated that the I of meetings and solicitaIfents that have been held the past few weeks all [by their results that the for which the funds are (raised are understood and Hated by Greater Miami Dts. Wliile the attendance Be functions has not been bi as lesired, those present [substantial increases over can paign contributions, 11946 drive, out to raise the mnt ever attempted local community—the ki $783,100—will open with leers' kick-off breakfast at f? restaurant Sunday morneb. 24. Some 800 workers ^peeled to canvass Greater Jewish population of Hotel division of the 1946 i'l Jewish Appeal is takihe honors in this year's campaign of the Greater Ji wish Federation. The Ins quota of $300,000 does in to block the enthusiasm jy Chairman Nat H. Hankhis workers. Rtnifi Mr. Hankoff on the livision are Irving Frankel, Bast, Samuel Lachman i: v A. Cornblum. illowing hotels have thus IONTINUED ON PAGE 6) st Drive Closes Ih 85% Quota Community Chest camIclosed officially this week |6H7.f) 17 raised, but workers to seek the additional h eded to reach the goal %  1.971. remaining contributions solicited in a quiet cleanjit by division leaders and Genera] Chairman Stanley ers said. Itot,11 at the end of the eampepresented 85 per cent of ", but was the largest r t ever raised in a Chest ik" in Dade county. It was khan $80,000 above the total | end of the drive last year, re to reach the goal means Ihest agency budgets must ised downward, and budget jgs benin Friday, Feb. 15, W to A. L. Reynolds, Ml of the budget com>IAC TAG SATURDAY |R;ide Chapter of the Na' Children's Cardiac Home ponsor their fourth annual ay. Saturday, February 16, fim Beach. Announcement ade by Mrs. C. Marienthal, ay Chairman, and Mrs. J. cochairman. •quarters for the hundreds Ikcip expected will be the >' Mis. Ben Wolff, 1435 AlD '"l. Miami Beach. All i interested in helping the py effort are urged to conis ^quarters or call 5-1972. Ifunds raised in the Tag port will go to the Nal^hildren's Cardiac Home. Women's Division Sets Pace In Fund Raising Effort Miss Helen Waren, stage and radio star, and member of the first USO unit to enter liberated Germany, gave a dramatic and stirring address to about two hundred women at a luncheon last Tuesday afternoon, given at Maxim's restaurant in Surfside, under the sponsorship of the Women's Special Gifts division. Miss Waren in describing the condition of Jewish displaced persons gave a moving picture of the Jews in the Roman Ghetto, Jews who had fled to Italy from all the countries of Europe. "One sees in these people a wonderful tenacity for life, a trait I believe to be uniquely Jewish. They still wear their badges, those former symbols of Jewish shame, with a pride, a defiance, a positive glory in being Jewish." Miss Waren went on to explain her activities in Germany when she reached that country in the wake of the liberation. She told of studying conditions there, helping to compile records so as to restore individuals to their relatives, of her efforts to use her social contacts with officers to get better living conditions made possible for the inmates of the various concentration camps. Miss Waren made a moving plea to American Jewish womanhood. She said "the American Jewish woman can thank God because she has something to sacrifice, something to give. Mrs. Roosevelt promised me that she would try to help. But it is not up to her. It is up to you and to me. Our strength—our beauty, our force—we must use them all. This is the compelling crisis for which we have been saving ourselves." Mrs. Monte Selig is chairman of the Women Special Gifts division, with Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. Matilda Ratner as co-chairmen. Substantial contributions were raised in response to Miss Waren's address. WEEK WILL BE OBSERVED HERE By A. W. GOTTSCHALL Florida Regional Director, National Conference of Christiana and Jews "In Peace as in War—Teamwork." With these words President Harry S. Truman has called National Advisory Budgeting Defeated By General Assembly Miamian Elected Head National Welfare Fund Committee Tours Ghetto WARSAW (JTA) — Members of a sub-committee of the AngloAmerican Committee on Palestine this week toured the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto, and viewed huge open graves containing the carbonized bodies of martyred Jews. DR. ANDREW W. OOTTCHALL on the American people to observe Brotherhood Week and join the American Brotherhood during the week of Washington's birthday, February 16-24, 1946. Now is the time to demonstrate the social and national unity for which we paid such a fearful price in World War II. It's either this—Brotherhood for all of us—or else! The forces and (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Mercy Hospital Drive House Canvas Begins The Mercy Hospital Building Fund Campaign is beginning to take hold, reports coming in from the various campaign divisions indicate. Greater Miami residents are contributing in a measure that will insure sufficient funds for the erection of the two million dollar hospital structure, the campaign personnel stated. A house-to-house canvass begins today. On Monday the Southwest area will hold a public rally at 8 p.m. at the Shenandoah Elementary school, with C. Clyde Atkins, chairman of that section, presiding. The principal speaker will be Mr. William G. Ward, chairman of the Metropolitan division of the drive. Stanley C. Myers, Miami communal leader, was elected national president of the CJFWF, succeeding Mr. Hollander. The General Assembly also elected four vice presidents: Harris Perlstein of Chicago. William Rosenwald of New York, Samuel S. Schneiersohn of New York and David Watchmaker of Boston. Harold J. Goldenberg of Minneapolis was named secretary, Ira M. Younker of New York, treasurer, and M. L. Lurie was reelected executive director. The board re-elected William J. Shroder, Cincinnati, its chairman. Mr. Myers is campaign chairman of the Greater Miami Community Chest, a former president of the local Jewi s h Federation, chairman of the Council of Social Agencies, and a member of the 1944 Allotment committee of the United Jewish Appeal. He was a vice president and national fiSUnley c Myert nance chairman of the Council of Jewish Federations and president of its Southeastern States Region. While there was no contest in the election of Council officers, a competing slate of 33 was nominated for vacancies on the Board of Directors by petition of 18 small communities. However, the entire group proposed by the Council's nominating committee was elected by an overwhelming majority. Admittedly the national interest aroused in the vote on national advisory budgeting attracted the largest number of delegates in the history of the Council. The attendance of delegates, alternates, and visitors numbered more than one thousand. DETROIT (JTA)—The General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds this week decisively defeated the national advisory budgeting plan proposed by the Council's board of directors. The vote was 264 to 53. A motion to defer the issue was beaten 212 to 101, with 40 delegates abstaining. A joint statement on the national advisory budgeting service was submitted to the delegates prior to the debate by Jacob Blaustein, chairman of the Council's budget research committee and Isaac S. Heller, a member of the Council's board. Mr. Blaustein advocated adoption of national budgeting, while Mr. Heller presented the arguments against the proposal. Agencies Need $140,000,000 National and overseas Jewish organizations which raised $52,000,000 in 1945 are presenting budgets that are expected to aggregate about $140,000,000 for 1946, Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, told the opening session of the Assembly. Mr. Sobeloff spoke on "Community Planning for Financing 1946 Needs." FACT FINDING CONTINUES A resolution was adopted which provided "thai the Council's fact finding service be continued and expanded so that a maximum of available information on agency proprograms, financial expense, and agency needs is provided to local communities," including audited reports by the Council s own auditors, etermination of overlapping services, gaps in service. At the same time, the delegates pledged themselves to recommend to their respective communities to provide sufficient funds to enable the Council to implement these services. UNO BODY DISCUSSES JEWISH PROBLEM LONDON (JTA) — The UNO Humanitarian, Social and Cultural Committee this week defeated a Yugoslav proposal which some delegates feared would prevent Zionist propaganda from being disseminated in camps for displaced Jews. Zionist Symposium To Mark 50th ^ Anniversary Herzl "Jewish State" Various aspects of Zionism will be dealt with in a symposium commemorating the 50th anniversary of the publication of Dr. Theodor Herzl's "The Jewish State." The symposium will be held by the Miami Zionist district at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Beth David auditorium. Speakers who will participate include Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, representing M 1 z r a c h i ; Abe Cannes, labor Zionist viewpoint; Harry Simonhoff, general Zionism. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be moderator. The Jewish Folk chorus, con• ducted by Louis Powesky. will sing Palestinian songs. The local discussion will be part of a nationwide observance of the Herzl anniversary in February and March. "The Jewish State," which has become the basic expression of political Zionism, will be re-issued by the American Zionist Emergency council this month. At the district meeting a report of the recent Southeastern Zionist conference will be delivered. A drive for 1,000 members was approved by the executive committee at a board meeting last week. Ben Essen and Harry Gelfenstein were appointed by Hyman Sootin, president, to reenroll members of the 1945 class. Team captains who will work with Isidor Langner, membership chairman, are Harry Gordon, Ernast Sussmann, Louis Margulies and Jerome Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon were appointed chairmen of the annual dinner and concert, proceeds of which will go to the expansion fund of the_ Zionist Organization of America. No date has been set for the dinner. Mr. Sobeloff predicted that American Fund raising capacity will continue unimpaired. He emphasized that he made this prediction on the basis of opinions of leading American economists, that 1946 will bring a level of productivity and national income that will very substantially exceed prewar levels and compare favorably with economic activity during the war period. Economic Weil-Being of U. S. The more than 1,000 delegates from 234 cities attending the conference were warned that a serious depression of a prolonged duration could easily become a basis for a powerful fascist and anti-Semitic movement in the United States. This warning was voiced by Dr. Isador Lubin, former U. S. Commissioner of Labor Statistics, addressing the general assembly on the outlook for economic and social progress. He said that the next 18 months will determine the eventual course of American economy. Sidney Hollander, retiring president of the CJFWF, presenting his annual report, emphasized that "there will be no security for Jews, if that security is denited Catholics, Negroes or any other group that differs in color, race or custom from the majority." He urged full employment, better wages, non-discrimination, health and homes for all groups (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) !<:, "-'^'SSSSsiSSa^^a^isi&ftS •'^iKiiiaft ^*lty*'*^*>-?)MS.*'-.t. % % 



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4 PAGE TWO VeMonaUy. y.p&oSMU} Miss Revc Martin of Mrs. Betty Mo an -;; Beccwill re roamed to Irv ing L. Wexler of PeonaDL. tomorrow evening at the hotel Rabbi trying > e; : ; will officiate. Miss Men recisterec nurse is former) Hazehor. Pa. -The engage. men', of Marilyn Helen Jnge. dauahter of D:. and Mrs. Jonas Uncer, c: New "•. Everett G Blasberg was nouncec recently si a reception in the home of hei aunt_or1a uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E Strom, V.:zr.:. 5-: .-.:: %  berq is c aradu State university and serve:. ... the Army Dental :orps. Mr. and Mrs Myei Shorotskv, Micir.: Beach announced the engagement of their do ter, Evelyn, to Dr. Eugene Howard, of Chicopee Mass., at a reception last week. M^s Shorofsky attends th< sity of Miami where B historian c: Alpha Eps She :s else active m H~.e. Junior Hadassah a:-..-. Miam: Beach Jewish Center affairs Dr. Howard is a graduati Harvcrd university and :•. ed a doctor of medical istry decree at Tufts univi dental school. He is nov ing post graduate wor*c %  "orthodontics at Columbia versity School of Denta! Oral'surgery. No date has been set for the wedding Honeymooning in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K who were marriec in Rabbi Irving Lehrman's study Saturday evening. The bride is the former Bertha Berger. daughter of the Louis Berqers, C Ohio. He is the son c: Mr. and Mrs. William Kotler, 201 S. W 30th rd. Miss Mary R. Cohen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cohen. 343 Lenox ave., became the br:de c: Arnold Gilman of Brookline Mass. Sunday eveami Beach Jewish Cento, Mi and >' :s lcu5 S?i! cded the eoupto. kedfortheW< Mi Silmc n oi Mr, -•.. %  _--•• G man -" e: Mass • %  Mm a bor-eyrnoon in Mi Becc %  rkandBc* %  %  GUESTS IN THE HOUSE va, %  •' Philip Burd oi njestt Of •.. c and nstei Semakei %  San r. ... 1 -• %  '. York is :-. A Mrs Jacob Eisen. wood N. is .-. re: brothel sistei Mr. end Mrs -----. '.:.hosts to hei i s:s:e: Mr Posin. Mr Posin has dischen the :..: forces •.; %  •; z. %  ill nhafi from the Navy :•:• and is r.= his mother M = ^^HOODlO PLAN ANNUAL FURIM BALL j MISS GILBERT JOINS LIST OF JUNE BRIDES % %  % %  • • i • Mrs. .1 N %  Council Luncheon Has Veteran Speaker -The Postwar World and the I Nations OrganiMtion M w Ul I by MaJ. L V. Mac„ „f World War [] ;it tl„. second National : Jewish Women's schol• will !' held at 12.30 ... the Belmar hotel. 26th st. Ocean dr., and will be follow., n discussion. lions may be made with k Weiss, 5-6312. or Mrs. 58-2124. Persons ttend the forum only barged 50 cents. Price ; :, ( heon is $2.75. FRIDA Y, BBG SponsorsDj TheBnaiBrithofuJ is holding a fund r Zj on February iviv, ,^"M Hav..nH..„., I inthfc J tainment will be Dr Zr* Jition, to the orc may bo pu,chased ,, ,J Beach -V by ask,* < ty-five cents. Will do Practical N^l •lay with ehUdtta £1 nights. Mrs. E AJJ Biscayne St., Mismi | ."•..: '• CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. 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FEBRUARY 15, 1946 +Jewlst)ncrkllar PAGE THREE [ to ADDRESS. nU el Gamoian of Cin)hi„ educational direcCotnmission on Jewish 1923, will be the kak er at an extraordin ,i ,v School Teachers be held on Wednesn g. Feb. 20, at Temple m 8 to 10 p.m. Meets for the Seminar Current Problems of the Schools" and "Teachirish Ideals." fcioran has lectured on Sects related to Judaism, [on, and to child psythe large cities of the tes and in Canada. He 0 incnt educator and is L )n Jewish community n community as the American Jewish luthor of many books •graphs, among which fcny nfi Conceptions in ducation," "Teacher for Jewish Schools," tory Course in Educabthods "f Teaching the %  Methods of Teaching %  story," and "A Survey Eigious Schools." He is or l many articles and Ei h and in Hebrew. 1 B. Appelbaum of krai will be chairman bgi ^atmu in the Seminar uel J. Borowsky, lldenl (if the National OG 1 *&£$$* (tl'-i \ \v Council for Jewish Education, and president of the Histadruth Ivrith, known throughout the country for his valuable contributions in the field of Jewish education. The Seminar is being sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and its affiliated schools: Beth David, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom, and Temple Israel. Louis B. Mayer, head of MGM studios, was telling about his luck with redheads the other day at luncheon, meaning his fast horse, Busher, and Metro's queen. Greet Garson. Mayer said Miss Garson was the best bargain. "It's true that Busher paid her purchase price of fifty thousand dollars back many times, but it's also true that I got Greer Garson for nothing!" TO MIAMI BEACH FREEHOLDERS Regardina BOND ELECTION, February 26,1946 The following names of persons registered as FREEHOLDERS on the City of Miami Beach permanent registration books ARE BEING DROPPED FROM THE FREEHOLDERS LIST, as a search of mJSEwliTZEi -^ W rGVeal anY Miami Beach Property their names and THEY WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE AT THE BOND ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1946. unless said persons get in touch with the Registrar's office in Miami Beach City Hall, on or ba.'ore February 20. 1946. and produce evidence of title to Miami Beach real property. PHONE 5-6041. Extension 48, for further information C W. TOMLINSON, City Clerk & Registrar PRECINCT NO. 25 Bttwitn 61st S1 rMl and 81th Tarraca Arnold, Joaeph R., 1161 Bay Drive Banrlaer, Elrnnor 1'., 1911 Evrrxladrs Cone. Brrk. Sonla. 7145 (arhk Ave. Hrrn.trln, Fannlr. .1.113 Alton 11.1 rlrla (iorrr Dr. Kolodin. Mathilda. BHIO llnrdlnc Are." M.rMill.i ... Ada. 821.1 Ahhott Avr. M,(..-.. Andrrw T.. 70'JO Byron Avn. Mrrrur. Ma/el B.. 15.15 KvafUaaoa I oat. Mrrrur, Lew. 153.1 Everxlades Tone. Mryrr, Cornelius. 7830 Carlylr Avo. Mryrr, Valeria, 7810 Carlylr Are. Mill., Hrlrn K S757 Alton Rd. Mllln. Jr.. William S., 5757 Alton Rd. Noblr, Crawford M., MOI Plnr Trrr Dr. Clr. Noblr. Sybil. 8401 Plnr Trrr Dr. Or. Padxrtt. ( harlra, 6945 Rur Vrndome. Park, Hrlrn C. 341 7Srd St. Park. Howard I... 341 73rd St. Parkrr. David H.. 7708 Abbott Are. Pnlrvltiky. Irrnr M.. 7133 Bi.nlla Dr. Pollak. Phvllls K., 6830 Plnr Trrr Dr. Raynor, Edna M.. 6718 N. Bay Rd. Rrad, Rex D.. 6973 Hardlnr Avr. Birr, Harold 8., 14(1.1 Da>-tonla Rd Rlrharda. Mary S.. 914 Mararlllr Dr. Rlrarn, lliihrrt, 1340 Normandy Dr. Rlrarn, lawrenrr. 1340 Normandy Dr. Rlrarn, Martha P., 1340 Normandy Dr. •aim, Georxe A.. 14 Mararlllr Dr. Srhwartiburi. Florrnrr E.. 5288 Alton Rd. Scott. John J.. tISB I* Oorce Dr. • shumrr, Marxarrt, 1804 Rlarrlti Dr. Shumer. Oarar M., 1804 Rlarrltt Dr. Hlrnkrr, Jeaa Harris, B14.1 Lakcrtra Smith, Florrnrr B. M.. 7148 Bay Dr. Smith, Jack. 17M Blarriti, Dr. TaHerrh, Joarph. 1100 Blarriti Dr. Thompeon. Harry T... 6381 N. Bay Rd. Thompaon. Mamarrt E.. 8381 N. Bar ToWni Oiarlr. S.. 5331 N. Bay Bd. Traabr, Rrrar. 713S Ronlta Dr Tackar. William M.. 144 7th St. Tanroa, EHtabrth A.. 0950 Byron AT*. Waltrra. IJlllan. 1388 Blarriti Dr. Ward, Dorothy Leo. 8510 Alllann I>l Ward, Marir, 1033 Evrraiadra Conr. Ward, Waltrr R., 1833 Evrrrladra —--aaai* Emma 1L. (831 CaUaa Are. Wrllla. Ann K.. .17111 Colllna *vr. Whrrlrr, B. D.. 6384 N. Bay Bd. wStfarn.: l^!f4rWV Wlrtk PMHp W.. 6147 N. Bay Rd. Wlrth. Sarah E.. 5147 N. Bay Bd. WH, Ariolph, 1931 Normandy Dr. Frldbnnm. Samnrl, 3817 N. Mrrldlan (ialloHay, Allrr ().. 731 W. 34th St. ( %  anyard, Jamra C.. 640 W. 37lh St. < % %  ..Hi. 4314 Poat Avr. (..TMIII. i.run,' J., 4344 N. Bay Rd. lillroy. II., ...ii,, u., 4114 Shrrldan Avr. ( %  oldnian. Ruth. 4111 Plnr Trrr Dr. II, HI, Hi,,,,, Thrlma, 3717 Chaar Avr. II ii II-. I II.T. tin B., 4001 Poat Ave. Harrla, niiu E., 4801 Poat Avr. HryMnnit, c. (i., 4531 Pralrir Ave. lllirlry. Ueo., 614 48th St. %  i.iiiM,,II. Ham F., H3fi 40th St. Jonra. I .... T., 4759 ;. Bay Rd. Kaatnrr. Roar K„ :'.:. I Flamlnfo Dr. Klnir, Alfrrd J., 4431 Alton Rd. KutloH. Ilinjanian. 4201 Mrrldlan Avr. I m.-rli Lilly M.. 808 W. Slat St. Ijlflrrty. Robrrl Earlr, 608 W. 51at St. l.aMontatne, Viola r... 3515 Flamingo Dr. i.nni|.r. I.. J., 3830 N. Mrrldlan Ave. I.arlmrr, Kdltb II 5048 N. Ray Rd. I.lplon, Frllrr, 3420 Shrrldan Ave. I.liraa. Katy. 4556 N. Ray Rd. M ..-. ii-, Ii:, M, I, 4300 Poat Arr. M.i-.'I Rlanrhr, 4444 Poat Ave. illllrrlrk. Kathryn. 346 34th St. <>„. I I-, Wlllltome P., 4731 Plae Tree Dr. I'almrr. l--ll.' M 3818 Flamlnun Dr. I'atrlrk. Julian II.. 1016 W. 46th St. I'rtrl, ( harlotir. 4318 Alton Rd. rntvrll, Alfrrd H., 3714 Royal Palm Avr. It.'. I..r. J. I, onion. 616 W. 7th SI. Klrilry. Rnbrrt II.. 400 41a| St. Kntharhlld, Krherra >., 3467 Pralrir Avr. iioih-i nii.i. Radolph. 3467 Pralrir Avr. iiiiiim. Harry I., 800 l.akr View Dr. %  ttiirv Klliabrlh. 3791 Royal Palm Are. Ryan, Hrlrn J., 480,1 Chrrokrr Avr. Krott, Ruth R.. 3766 Plnr Trre Dr. %  -in, i..'. Dnrothy Ann, 4128 N. Mrrldlan Ave. Hhnynr, Nathan, 4128 N. Mrrldlan Are. Nhuii. ( hrlallana w.. 4573 Prairie Are. Nhull. W. T., 4573 Pralrir Are. Nllvrrhrri. Jark. 4161 Alton Rd. Mmklni, William M., 36.18 Pine Tree Dr. smith, (iraee M 3465 fiardra Are. .smith. I^nna S., 4136 Chaae Ave. snydrr, Edward A.. 583 W. 48th St. I-IIWI.T. Roae, 683 W. 48th St. Stein. Mllly h 747 W. 60th St. strlnberic, Fanny. 830 W. 4tnd St. Strlnbrri, Leo C, 830 W. 4lnd St. Ihompaon, Julia Lrr. 834 W. 47th St. ihum.nn, Kathrrlne 8., 4348 Shrrldan Avr. a'revrrton, Ediar K.. 3717 Royal Palm Ave. Vail, (lay A., 3483 Chaar Are. Wailarr. Edward, 3714 Sheridan Ave. Wallnrr. Miriam. 3714 Sheridan Ave. WanM-rninu, David, 4354 N. Mli'hlian Ave. Wairl. Sena, 403.1 Mrrldlan Ave. WhMr. Roar E.. 4120 Pralrir Ave. Miiliam.. William. 446.1 Mrrldlan Ave. Willlamaon. Henrietta B., 3745 Royal Palm Ave. vtllllamann. Joarph O., 3745 Royal Palm Avr. Younr. Roar. 4316 Shrridan Av. Zopnlk, Evrlyn, 4708 Alton Rd. i PRECINCT NO. 2 Bdwtan 14th ttrnt and lilt Strut Rarhr. Allee 0..3titrUr^nwo Dr. naitrlle. Marioa r.. 4488 Pralrir Avr. Rr^aaTla. laaaore, 34J8 f^^*"; Rernbc-rm, Birdie, 3758 J r ?*-Pi Brrnbauni, Bldaey I., 3758 Flan TTOO Blirhoff, William. HMJ rtjMm Am Blank. David, I^JfT AHpa JM. ^^ Brrnnrr, Harvey M.. 4574 Boyal FaW Bark?! Charlea *,'' ^•„ A B B" 4% Hurnham. Emily Waller, 438 W. IT8 Byer". DavM, 4443.Fralr1e Ave. k ranavaa, Bai, 583 W. 48tfc Sf. T 1 Carter. Sne. 3435 Colllna Ave. ^ (llnllt. Jamea O., 4343 N. Bay H". < limit, Neeaa (i.. 4343 N. Bay Bd. rir.rn.Joaa Crry. 4327 Poat Avr Cook. Aaaette M.. 3433 Bayal Fatal 43atl?' Jokn Max, 3413 atayal Pm*. C. K., 4838 Pla* Trja Dr. ,-!.-• M5r a% %  • %  %  _.. PRECINCT NO. 28 Belween 15th Street and 23rd Street Dade Blvd. Miriini.. Mildred, 1726 Mlclilgnn Avr. Ahram, Ruth, 172(1 MlihUan Avr. II.-. k. I li/nii.ih. ll i Jrlfrmon Ave. Illalnk, n. 1836 Jarnra Ave. Blalrrk, Rrbrcra, 1838 Jarnra A\r. Hllrhrr Harry, 1502 Jrffrraon Ava. 4 aldwrll, John P.. 1912 Colllna Ave. i ln.ll.ln, Leo A., 1720 Lrnoi Avr. < iihiui. Ben I... 220 23rd M. Encrl, I in HI.-, 1.1.13 Mrrldlan Avr. Farla, Martin B., 177.1 I• r -.. %  Ave. Farkaa. (ienmr, 1230 Lincoln Rd. tarka*. Hrlrna. 1230 Lini-oln Rd. Frurr, II. il, I'., 1534 Eurlld Avr. I .II. r. Iaaar, 1534 Eui'lld Avr. Frurr. Lillian. 2009 Colllna Avr. Flrtrhrr, Henry A.. 1607 Waalilnelon Fllnk, Eaale. 71)0 Hiih St. Frank, I.. nli. 934 16th St. i.in. i.i,i.m. fcttlr, IKI9 Mrrldlan Avr. ( %  oMhnirn, Ma*. 167(1 l^n.n A\r. (ioldatrln. Martin, 1610 I'rnn. Avr. (ireenKard, Hrrman n 1510 I'rnn. Avr. (irrrnirard. Maymr, 1.110 I'rnn. Ave, (iulrlrvaky, Molly, 250 20th St. Hamhah. feldrr F.. 10.16 17th St. Hamhah. Martha Janr. 10,'iH 17th St. Il.i.k. I. Mary 1... 1623 Wrat Avr. Kottr. Mary (irarr, 1800 Mrrldlan Avr. hlipfrr. .Illllll", 236 ;l-l St. Kupfrr. MI. II.'. 236 21 at St. Kurland. (inatavr. Ifill Eurlld Ave. Levitt, Hannah, 1702 Alton Rd. Lrvltt. Hrrman. 1702 Alton Rd. Levy, I...in.. 1.142 Jrttoraon Ave. Levy, Roae, 1542 Jefleraon Avr. MrDavId, Mariarritr, 162! Mlrhltnn Avr. M.l..man. Harry D.. 1701 Mrrldlan Avr. Mlntirr, Frlda. 15.10 ( olllna Avr. Morrla, Dorothy. 1.161 l.rno Avr. Morrta, Harry S., 1.181 l.rno Ave. iviton. Charlra A.. 1613 Ray Rd. Prlton, Ida M.. 1613 Bay Rd. I'ortr, John E., 1920 Llbrrly Avr. Rohlnaon, Florrnrr S. R.. 1611 Ray Rd. Hekmleder, Mai, 173.1 Mrrldlan Ave. Segal, J. Jay. 1525 Mrrldlan Avr. Srirvan. IJ8> %  Davla. Louie H., 108 8th Terraee, Dl l.ldu. Davla. Nena O.. laoUM. Dorlrrr. Charlotte. 1771 .^•""_. Eaatman. Either C.. MMIN. Alton Rd. Flnebrnr, Sn'^ey. 1801 Sberidaa Ave. Hemtnr, Edward E., 1505 W. 33rd St. KEE&JR Harold. OjDmSoJbgs. (ilatt. (iarry. 3 Centory Lavae, Belle lal. Haadelman; Irene N.. 3010 Prairie Avo. Harbora. Bonnie, 31 Venetian Way. H?wra. Jra.lr r...im£a&*n. Jaeobi, Janrtte K.. 8438 riamlafo Dr. Jaftr. Arthur. 7 Ca aaaaTi Jaa3> Soaaelrn. Flora D., 1787 Purdy Ave. KiplanV (Irrtrudr. 1480 Flamlato PI. Kaplan, Otto, 3480 Flamlajra "Fl. Smmel. Bra.1;. 3155 ITr^t Am Meyer, Noramaa F., 1884) Weat ava. Norrle. Mildred >!z,"**£*!' I Z i Novlrk. Hrnry. 1818 Falr8Teea Dr. Kovtek. Natalie, 3838 Fairtreea Dr. O'Comwr, tmJlJmJbJQL?* MdTlaM H., 3718 Comaa Avo. is*weVasi nome. Dartd. 8831 Sheridan A. Slmtowlta-* %  M Sterne fJtow. W^'aVy. Ira rf 0 f l8, t WK J j8|^4. Walaey, Faarl t. Jfg J • £ %  JJJ* „witl. Leak, 3178 JJ^'Jr" A JfWonderly. Adele. Woaderly. Ckarlja Woroatttw, Cnariea A.. PRECINCT NO. 29 Bdwtan 114k Street and ISth Street Adler, Lynne. 1351 Colllna Ave. Belaky. Bate 8.. 1160 Orran Dr. Berkowlti. Nahan J-. 612 14th PI. Brown. Charlra. 1135 Wrat Avr. Brown. Elalr Annr. 1115 (olllni Are. Brown. William. 1335 (olllna Ave. Citron, Juilua A.. 1415 Meridian Ave. Denaw. Ialdor. 1334 Eurlld Ave. Doyle. Marnarrt. 1315 Colllna Ave. Klarnberr. Dora. 1408 Colllna Ave. Evana, Faye, 1318 Prnnaylvanla Ave. (ler. Jark ft, 868 15th St. Gold. Ruth. 737 Eapanola Way. Goldbert. Either Bell. 735 Eapanola (loldbire. Joaeph. 736 FapanoJa Way. Goldberc, Lawrence, 735 Eapanola Grumfwerf. Samnel M., 1238 Drexel Ave. Hrltnrr, Carrie. 1315 Flamlnfo Way. Hrrman. Fannlr. 1113 Meridian Avr. Horowlti, Dorothy, 1338 Pennsylvania Horow'lti. William, 734 15th St. Horwlti, Edward. 1338 Penniylvaala Ave. Jarki, Betty. 1855 Pennsylvania Ave. Jarka. IXMIU A., 1355 Prnnaylvanla Ave. Kaplan, Athyle Koeh. 1338 PrnnaylvaKapian,'Harry M., 1138 Pennsylvania KIprf'Doratka D.. 1343 Drew! Ava. KIPP. Edl.on. 1341 Drexel Ave. KrUfler, Joaeph, 1314 Alton Rd. Krlrllrr. IJlllan, 1314 Alton Bd. t>rln, MaarKe. 1407 Colllna Ava. Levin, Barak. 1487 (olllni Are. Marrolll, Franrra, 1337 (olllna Ava. Medalrk. Samurl, T81 14th St. Obrraon. Jack, 134 Alton Bd. Prliman, Baa*. 631 Eapanola Way. Iteekaoa, Marray M.. 1433 Colllna Ave. Banana, Cbarlea, 1348 Eurlld Ava. BOilman Bather C. 1348 Euclid Ava. Sehank. Edna, 134 14th St. SJkaeldrr. Morrla. 1341 Meridian Ave. Bagai, Stanley, 1211 Alton Bd. nan, Samuel R., 1331 Faaaaylra'. Baaaah. 811 Eapanola Way —a B., 1386 Alton Rd. a, 1335 Drexel Ava. Conine Avo. 1381 OoClna Ave. PRECINCT NO. 30 Between 7th Street and I ltd Street Rndcriuan. Lilian (;., 1005 I'rnnsvlv an'a Avr. Bnlluril. Irnnrrv A.. 710 lefferaaa Ivr. Bollard. I'vul ('.. 710 Jrf(,-nnin Avr. I a-ilmid. Iliini. ,'. 7:11 ( illlna Avr. Cohrn. ."orris. Hill Jrircraon Avr. ( ullH-rt. I i: %  Hill \\ ;i-ti II. i 'i. Ave. c ..! %  .. ,i. r-.-.v J., Boa W'aanlnrton Ave. i r 'ii Kuthrrlnr. 12H Kth St. I,. :.,. Harry, 88.1 Mirhl :in tve. Elsrn.tnt. Irvlm. 10(1 I0'h st. Ensrllirrr, Tlllir. IMIll ICfferaOB Avr. t'vuna, ((i.ldlr. 761 Jrffrr-on Avr. Evrna, Ida. lot).', 8th St. i .''.I.n.iii. Svlvia. 538 loth St. I rlrdman. -iiimi.t. HI'J '.rn ,\ Avr. Irishman. Srymntir. 910 Kurlld \vr. (•nhfiah. Hrlrn. 808 peanaylvaala Avr. / lea*. rvr':-.~. -•• • %  •'.' • ••. (.,,i,i-i.-,n. Bat, 7.1.1 Meridian Avr. flrlrr, Btty, 8.11 Mrrlillun Avr. Uroaaman, William K.. im.i M .-1.... ,,. Il.-lliii.in. Jack. 729 E'II Avr. .lull-. Solomon. 711 mill St. I..mini.Hi. JoM-ph ( .. 7111 Ulth SI. Krntiah. Roae. 93.7 Meridian Avr. Lrvln. Nathivn. 831 .Mi.li'tnn Avr. l^vlnr. Hyman, 1l-9 Mlrhilian \vr. Mankra. Bcsslr. 1813 l-roox Avr. Mankra. Ilrnnnn. 1012 l ,,,", Avr. Mlilrr. Wayne, s-.'i titan Rd. Mlni-nlH-n:. Benjamin. 7-K Jrttrrvoa Avr. Mnrrla. Edward A KM nth SI. Morris. Jarnh II !ll V. i,i".:l"'. \vr. Morris. I.iiiorn. 03H loth St. M.iT. Mhmaa, n:"! Mirhican Avr. Itulttnrr. Fred, XII Earlld Ivr, Itatni-. Ml-h—I. Kin Mirhlntn 1-r. Ravvlil, Edward. 320 Alton R.ad. Rohrrlat, Edward A., 'i .' %  W .i.liu,..i ,n Avr. Rodin. Juilua. 827 Irf'nnv Avr. Ilo.l'ii. IJhblr. 8^7 I. nnv Avr. Ito-.ii. I.,-,.. 83| l,rn. \ Avr. Mailer, ItrlM-rra. 106(1 (Irrnn Dr. sir. Anna. 028 Eurlld vr. Sklar. Joarph. 11II 8lh St. Tamrn. Ilavld II., "IX (Ir.-an nr. I. ii. II... .II. il, 037 Mrrldlan Ave. Mil/, r Anna. HOI llrran Dr. Tnpolskv. Sol. 928 llrran Dr. ,v.-iiii,.T-. Irvine. 720 llrran Dr. Wrio.r. Harry, *':i l'h St. Wrlnklr. Doria Allen. 833 Wrat Avr. Urlaamon. Hrrman. 901 Eurlld Avr. Whitman, David. 848 Eurlld Avr. Whitman. Jrannr. 818 Euclid Ave. Woir, Mrver J.. 939 Alton Hd. WnKann. Nettle, 113.1 Ulth SI. Young. Emma P., 102.1 Mlcblian Ave. PRECINCT NO. 31 Between 3rd Street and 7th Street, Includlne Star, Palm and Hibiscus Islands Rrown. Ethel. 826 Mrrldlan Avr. Brown. Mrndrl. 628 Mrrldlan Avr. Daltrh. Hyman. 310 Mrrldlan Avr. Dallrh. Rrberra. 310 Mrrldlan Avr. 11,-Ilr... ,|. Alrx A.. 542 Jrftrrann Ave. Drutarh. Anna. 310 Mrrldlan Avr. n.Huir. Hn/.'l I... 150 S. lllhlarua Dr. Dunlap. Rav F... 1211 Sth St. Frlrdbrn. Mayahlr. 428 Mrrldlan Ave. Fiirdheri, Hoar. 416 Meridian Ave. i ii.ii-..n. Mai II.. :I53 Mrrldlan Ave. Furaah, Jarnh. 600 Eurlld Avr. t.niiiiii. Paul A.. :W5 Jrflrraon Ave. (iallat. Frank. 336 Colllna Avr. liorrhofaky. Sophia. 650 Euclid Ave. i.r,'.'ii-l. In. Charllr. 629 I^nov Avo. Oravc, Harry I... 514 Ocran Dr. Ilamhrlrk. Irrnr. 180 S. lllhlarua Dr. Hanarn. Walter. 814 Ocean Dr. lllrsrhrnaoha. Hyman, 657 Mlrhlian Avr. Hoilcr. Alice. 318 Euclid Avr. Howard. Eunice B.. 300 Mrrldlan Ave. Kavrtaky. Harry. 718 6th SI. Iranian. Carroll I... 340 S. Hlblarua lal. I .liini.ii. Brtty Dorothy. MX' 6th St. I ^lbman, Joaeph. 860 Ocean Dr. ^m. C. Roy. 410 Mrrldlan Ave. Marakla. Victor F., 619 1.,-oi.v Ave. Mark. Lllllnn. 618 Euclid Ave. Mai. Fannie. 304 Ocean Dr. Mrlirath, I ih.l. 60 Star laland. Mri.rath. Robert. 60 Star laland. Mlilrr, Rrbrrca. 335 Waahlnxlon Ave. Miller, Samuel. 335 WaaMnxton Ave. Modrlrvska. Itlala. 551 Euclid Ave. Naaxenxaat. William. 636 Euclid Ave. Herri-, Marxarrt I... 608 Eurlld Ave. Reere. Paul. 608 Eurlld Ave. Rrlmrr, Helen 8., 514 Orran Dr. Nrhrlh, Wllllalm A.. 844 Meridian Ave. Srltlln. Sylvia. 317 Jeftrraon Ave. Shunow. Minnie. 410 Jrffrraon Ave. Sllvrratrln, William. 318 Euclid Ava. Sir, (ioiiir. 306 Euclid Ave. Stanley, Nettle J.. 140 6th St. Stanley, Seth A.. 340 5th St. Strlnhardt. Juilua. 630 ftth St. Faylor, Jack D., 835 Lrnnx Ave. Taylor, Mildred M., (35 l/mt Ave. Wann. Samurl O.. 345 Mrrldlan Ave. Ware, Jr.. John H.. 11 Star Island. Vounjelaon. Max, 368 Eaclld Ava. V£2*rV* I* PRECINCT NO. 32 South of 3rd Street Benjamin. Ida Miller. 388 Euclid Ava. Dulha, ( yrua J., 38 8. Collins Ave. Dulba. Marxarrt, 30 8. (olllna Ave, Fielder, Edward G., 811-817 Commerce Bl. Fielder, Ruble. 811-817 Commerce St. Koran. IsraW D., 315 Mlrhlian Ava. Nicholson, Laara. 31* Alton Bd. Knee. Elia H.. 845 Commeree St. Nace, Haael. 845 C^mnerre St. Stabler. Esther. 137 Meridian Ava. Traarlf, Sophie, 815 1st St. Ws^row, Lloyd, 1(3 CoOlaa Ava. ft : u J.



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SS^RSS?F I %  MBBHO. pjmuMkggL FRIDAY, FEBRUA^. PAGE FOUR Conference to Convene For Third Session New York" Problem facing Jews the C ve of the : rth I m conference, wil the-. Jewish Conferen* l Clevelan I light fpMt • establishment I den States, the accredit of A: ..._ %  %  rnnv berCorJ New Spiritual Leader To Wed Sunday and ^rray Gj is the daughter of nger and Rabta 50 „ of the The newlyweds are exBEACHWARNS ON BOND VOTEb „ h f r0C hnldcrs who Miaroi Beach reen feb wiU be out of the cwr S2 __ 26 when the CltyS V[ l on SSo.000 bond %  %  ure the —an imj %  tne Arr.eri on irrce: ten : .• %  %  '. •%  ist n faced An • ntwJewii Dr. Zalrr re-ele I %  mittee of L rated van:;,, is flyii %  C Muni ewery the needs the disi I Jews A I prisoner i I the Nazis n the I ehau concentrati Grmberg our. saved hundrc Is of last days of tl paign in Bavaria : %  %  handed captun. hospital in St. Ott.. Cantor Mamches Stars In Artist Program The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sist. for the benefit mud Torah on Sund. The elaborati %  %  at the lynag gue 590% %  have Feal a !" will R^Mamcl wl lions. V., Mr. Alex flutist, and orchestra Man) I M h( luted 1 • thi iffair. 5 rhood is also planning .to be held on M the Moose hall, 420 S. public 1 n • oooo • %  water v %  M| •• nson says rne pu • ild h. t in every d tail." West Flagler Expects Record Mutud Play A new state record in mutuel play ,„d attendance la certain to rked up in the record books West Flagler Kennel club its 194M season on Feb. Th. M.uk's present season mutlav already la more than lion dollar, ahoad of the I(i season In 1943-44 !v ten million dollars „u • tend. 1hc mutuel play -xpeeted to hit Close ,,, sis.000.000 or slightly better than all-time state record. The highest single night mut... ,, as „n dosing night last n $234,000 was sent the mutuel windows. It ted that on closing night ;.,„, m ore than $250,000 will I „ t the West Flagler k. Annual West Flagler Der,11 be the closing event of .. season and will bring one of the greatest field inds ever assembled on greyhound track. .!, Sher and William L. Huntley, owners of the Flagler track, have doubled the purse to the Derby this year. Federation Trad, Division Meet, S^ The Fruit Shipper sfi J1 the 1946 CmbiS ,>i peal will meet on Su2S ruy 17 at thehoS7 man Archie Brick Avenue at 2 p. m .'to Manfred Am, V ,en n ^ and student of Jewish^ This Division, which kLl the forty trades diSiJ campaign, has as i^ 1 workers: Emil Cohen L R i man. Max Goodnna, 11 Sam Simon and Seym^S MELVIN BLANKBAB. MITZVA ANNOUNCE | Mr. and Mrs. Samuel! 1801 S. W. 3rd Street the confirmation of tw! Herbert Melvin. Confm services will be held S^ morning February 23rd l7| Miami Jewish Orthodox (J gation. A receptioa wjh place Sunday evening U 24th at thi Police Be* Ass'n Hall. SOLAR WATER SL Repaiis of All M Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAH Phone 4-7415 Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Up* — ** WORKERS VERBAND INSTALLS OFFICERS %  i The Workers' Verband insti officers at a meeting lasi day at the Beach "Y. chosen were S. Ashki man; S. Zabarsky, vici Max Hantm in, final tary: A. M. D ft retary: H. Sei ta tn r: Dr. Harry H. Queen, hospitalei H Seitlin, National Fund i h The Cultui I i "" Max Shub w A Liel Friedman. Mr. A. Hemlin, ol %  %  • %  i installed the following H. Abrams, Yetta Davids n F Horowitz. Saul KahlenberS phia Lewitt. Lena Minses, I Israel Paley. Anna S n. Hell and Joseph Yampi Isky, i Israel. Mr. Max Rudci f thi tional office presented a Goldei Book Certificate to a L Labor Zionist worker, Mr. B Mininberg. and paid tribute to th< recipient for his untiring efforts on behalf of the organization. Two hundred guests were present to hear the | which included musical presentations by Rev. Maurice Mamches. Anyuta Melicov and A. M. Dorff. Ion As h, noted 1 Beth e a ret on the A %  X t $22 i was • t thi Mayl u K pm hairman %  ... N.J.. the guesl h< ghter, Mr. and Mi ri S : %  ST •. • •' it., is R %  %  I fn in ai M "•' Silvertel. Mrs. Leo 1 : %  % %  tel recovi ing fi B ng at thi • %  %  it An llery bat• %  • Martii I is a membei was n cently : • vith 1 le Li Gold is n of Mi nd Mrs. I. G Hammor nd ha been sta.i. %  Ma) 194J I. as been releas%  I and • %  • • il„: ry Leibi vit. : nagement of the Wintei Ros hi tel. • %  l.i %  '•' %  • • '•' '• York He wai li ibj thi ill s broth< r, Ben, but I %  Bessie V. Friedman, Bei ho n it 636 l> nberg of Montcl I I i • the hospit %  M Irving ;.: n Durh. N.C., his I LAINHART & POTTER ESTABL1SHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla URGENT NEED Jewish veterans al the University of Miami are in dire need of housing. If you have any available rooms, please contact the Hillel House, phone 48-2431. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Pate, Beach Countr. featuring th. Nationally Famoui Southern Dairiw PrT dueti and Ice Cream AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MB (VIU4 'MMLf ^wi'^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach ^Nojob too large or too small. Over 50 years in buainea.. LFA REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Truttworthy Real Estate Service 806 LlncBIn Rd. Ph.: S-586S FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK-CREAM-ICE CRL^M AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla IN PEACE AS IN WAR-TEAMWORK" Brotherhood Week—February 17-24 ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY OUR MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE NUMBER HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beadj GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER TRULY NOLEN. President %  IlilslllinilllHIIIMIIIIBIIIMHH [TOUBY i PAINTING I CO. mni %  W www ^B^ M1A14I 36. FLORIDA |ltllBHIlB1H!"l*= ;!,l,B, ,i



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f. FEBRUARY 15, 1946 -Jen 1st) fkrid/nr i Elects Spaet s March Dinner bid Spact was elected presif 0 f the Jewish Home for the t a meeting of newly L/d.rectors. Others elected | yen's term i Trail, Dan, Broad and Bear, vice jents; Samkittcr. treasj 0C l Zalis, icial secreMrs. Beni Sherry, reng s e c r e Mis. BenA p P C 1 • HarOld Sp.lt ponding secretary, let's selection follows a pe|oi intensive community enan d considerable effort in of the Aged Home during hanization period. membership is planning a at the Beachcomber for 10. iter Young People'! jue Installs Officer* fcntly elected officers of the E People's league, headed pome Meltz, will be installed [o r m. Tuesday at the Miami Jewish Center. |jbi living Lehrman will deIan address and the officers jiembers of the league will leeted by representatives of Renter Sisterhood and the Ei beard of directors. DancDd refreshments will follow retaliation ceremony. Ins are being developed for |ganization of a little theatre for members of the league. %  sic association club is also >rganized. r officers to be installed |Mi.ss Selma Lewish, vice lent; Miss Roslyn Kivel, spending secretary; Miss Raskin, membership secand Gcrshon Miller, treasBeautiful Miami Medical Center Utltt *or treatments of acute |cal. and convalescent caaee clally equipped for care of |ous and mental disorders, and alcoholic habits. Pay|herapy, Hydrothsrapy and |tric-Snock therapy scisntlfic%  Ivtn. [P. L. DODGE. M. D. bd.'fll Director and President N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 20243—9-1042 Open to Members of ie County Medical Assn. PAGE FIVE ii (jnttaf/tmi Wee )(lHfH/MH l Wce BRAND SEER Mokst New Friend* %  Good Friendt 1 JSk sCT With Our Film Folks • Asked why he ducked out of New York before the opening of his musical comedy, "Nellie Bly" (which closed soon after opening and cost him about a quarter of a million dollars), Eddie Cantor replied: "The reason is very simple. I was due in San Francisco to speak for the United Jewish Appeal, an obligation I feel more important to keep than a first night at the Adelphi. I've seen the show—I'm satisfied that it's good—there's nothing else I can do. The verdict rests with the critics. But I do sincerely feel that I can do some good trying to raise money for a cause so desperately in need." • • • Georgie Jessel tells about the much-married actress applying for a marriage license. "Been married before?" asked the clerk. "Yes," she said. "And to whom?" queried the clerk. "What is this," snapped the actress, "a memory test?" • • • MacKinlay Kantor, brilliant young Jewish writer, arrived in Hollywood the other day for final huddles with Samuel Goldwyn and Director Willie Wyler on the making of his original story, "Glory For Me." While here from the East, he will also talk with 20th Century-Fox on the filming of his untitled autobiography, which 20th owns. • • • The announcement by MetroGoldwyn-Mayer of Joe Ruttenberg as cameraman on "Beloved Stranger," the Greer GarsonRobert Montgomery starer, marks Ruttenberg's seventh consecutive motion picture with the actress. Incidentally, it was just seven years ago that Joe filmed Greer Garson's first American screen test! Georgie Cukor, who did such a terrific job with "Winged Victory" and "Gaslight," is set to direct the picture. • • • Sophie Tjacker writes that as soon as she winds up at the Latin Quarter in Miami, she'll be heading for Hollywood to confab with RKO about her screen autobiography, "Some of These Days." She writes: "Yes, old Soph will be in there as herself, but only for the tee-off and fadeout. An unknown youngster I'm helping to find and groom myself will carry the major portion of the story." SPINOZA FORUM ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE Rosenwald, Lazaron Repeat ACJ Principles A restatement of the principles of the American Council for Judaism was made by Lessing Rosenwald, national president, during the meeting held last week at which he and Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron were guest speakers. The Council opposes a Jewish state in Palestine and defines Judaism as a religion only. Rosenwald denied the statement, attributed to him, that Americans who a"re Zionists are un-American. He reported that Sisterhood Book Review S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties DTBD "1310 MARY M. BLACK Boarding and Day School Pre-School and Elementary LITERATURE ON REQUEST 666 S. W. Fourth Street Phone 2-5587 Etabliahed 191B ^2 *wmin U.S.* >, n< IHATTAN BREWING '.OMSANr W.Miui'.nliiwi|. Distributed by ihattan Distributors. Inc. Miami Are* Miami, Fla. 6 ^r-roS.W.12tkAV.MIA fame MIAMI i Lin. J.J4J/J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' U IKsftMHTVtf jERMRKMlMKS (djmjhi CUV fiunahtd en fteaunl SEtVING WMI NAM • MA* Cxdugm /y /eW_ Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, will review the book "The Young Cosima" by Henry Richardson this Saturday at 3 p.m., at the Spinoza Forum, under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th st., between Collins Ave. and Ocean dr., Miami Beach. For Brotherhood Week, Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall of the National Conference of Christians and Jews will address the Spinoza Forum the following Tuesday evening, Feb. 19th, Dr. Robert W. Anderson will lecture on "The Natural Diet of Men." Wednesday evening, Feb. 20th Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture on "The Art and Science of Living." Charles H. Lee serves as chairman. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman, will review David Meckler's "Miracle Men" at a meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood at 8 p.m. Monday. The program will be followed by a social hour and refreshments. Mrs. Joseph Rose will preside. the Council has a membership which numbers between 10,000 and 11,000. The group has set a quota of $300,000 for carrying on its work. Dr. Lazaron, a former Zionist, said he is convinced a Jewish state in Palestine is not in the cards. He suggested that the problem be taken care of by the United Nations. Herbert U. Feibelman called the meeting to order. Rabbi Carl Herman of Palm Beach introduced the speakers and acted as moderator. Application cards for membership were distributed. EMBARRASSING HAIR BANISHED FOREVER from face, arms and legs SAFELY PAINLESSLY RAPIDLY with Short Ware Electronic Method at a rate of 400 to 800 hairs per hour. Endorsed by Medical profession. IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2997 LINCOLN ARCADE MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. 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PAGE SIX "PAY. FEBRDiiJ Plant and Main Office. 21 S. W. Second Avenue^Miami I* P. O. Box 2973 Published Every Friday Since '927 Subscription RatesM* ; Six Months. $2.W. FRFT) K SHOCHET, Editor and Pub' %  R ITA G ROSSMAN, N Edit VOLUME 19 Personally Speaking Noted Jewish Actor Makes Appearance Here for JNF "BROTHERHOOP-A CHALLENGE" This is Brotherhood Week-in the new Atomic Age, is a challenge worthy of Americans. Can we work toqelhe wit? our neighbors at home and abroad a an era o peace and prosperity such as the world h shall we muff the peace and plunge the v destruction? In a few months or years we may no longer the choice. Just now its still up to us. We know we must get along with other nations, in B] the fact that their languages, their customs and even their political systams are different from our own il not De as difficult as it sounds. Fcr ip begin.= America is a great laboratory. We have a ready learned understand and respect many different peopie the neighbor down the block who attend a different chuich, the folks c next sheet who uses strange seasonings in '.heir food, the little colored boy in the some grade with Junior. War brought the people of this country closer together than ever before. We worked together, Ccthol.c Piotestant and Jew; white, black and yellow: native and foreign-born. Togethei we defeated the enemy in spite cf every effort tc divide us As President Truman puts it: "The armies oi od Nations won a conclusive victory over the forces of tyranny which exploited racial and religious hatred to divide th„> world and destrc. dom." Brotherhood Week reminds us that we must maintai unity if we are to win the peace. The conquest of the atom heralds unheard-of wondersor swift and total destruction Tomorrow we will live in "one world—or none. Either we work together as equal citizens of that world, or there will be nothing left to work in. What world-citizenship can mean is demonstrated in the realm of medicine where the practical benefits of brotherhood are felt by every one of us. An Englishman developed the vaccination for smallpox; a French chemist produced the cure for rabies: the discoveries of a Japanese and a German guard our children from diphtheria; pellagra is being cured todav because of the researches of an Austrian. These men-end trousands like them of every race and creed—never thought in terms of national boundaries, reliqious Groupings or racial differences. They were servants of all mankind. Such is the harvest of brotherhood the only harvest that can bring us lasting peace DER JUDENSTAAT Jewry is now marking the 5Cth anniversary cf the publication of Der Judenstaat by Theodor Herzl. Der Judenstaat is perhaps not the best of Herzl's works r or literary quality his Altneuland undoubtedly surpasses it— yet it may be said to the credit of Der Judenstaat that from il dates the modern political Zionist movement Others had anticipated Herzl. in a sense, of course. The little work on Auto-Emancipation by Leo Pinsker is a classic" of BUS f7 0i ( Ce 'r PinSker T* 0 never '-^hed ou side of the pale of Eastern European Jewry. It was the achievement of Herzl that he made all of world 5H" we a s ,he Chris,i "">" !" 5t d a earlier to the sa me conclusions as Herat COnie Seitlin, and sister. Shirley, before resuming his studies at Tulane university. New Orleans. Seitlin served in the Pacific th of war for almost two before enterinq I p ,e leted three • ears of prone. Also he. sister, Mrs. P. : if New York. Mrs Weiss, Mrs. Seitlin and Miss 5 II AY '0 Havana I (or a few days' vacation. After serving two years in the Navy,! %  % %  i Charles M. Pen to n as an changi "• l ives md dauqhler at 34 S W, Third st. C pi :• Mr end Mrs. Charles M. has rece i disrrge from the Army after • md has left !or New York where he will be :er of Mcx Fine Movie Display H ":ie and young son will join hir ril id Mrs. Mortimi ".-... %  [ their pai N. E Both sens were recently released from the Ai AROUND THE TOWN Barbara Loeb dauai Mr. and Mrs Lewis Lor-: Dolores Mininson, dauqhter o' he Nathan Mininsons, of M; ami Beach, have enrolled a' Camp Skylark, Hendersonviile N. C. for the coming summer reason. • %  •as ii Champaign, 111., this week tc attend the graduation of her daughter. Y.. ; m the Uni versitv of Illinois M.ss Cirlin's oarents Cirlin live c: 54 Me n ave. Rabbi and Mrs. A. Gold beraer. 1013 Euclid ave., ar -elebratinq the return ol the wo sons from the service. The elder son Arthur Wil a member of the famous lit! %  >f the first three Miami 'rooters to enter Tokvc 'he surrender Sat. Dave H Ooldbercer flew from Burmc -"reive his discharge. "UNVEILING ol the season's tcnedtivities of the Jewish W .rkers' Alliance will trical performance at Beach High school on vening, Feb. 20. Ihe Jewish National I will include the • r of Yiddish and Jacob Hen Ami. isted by a company n program <>f oneSupporting him will v ti l, AI Harris and an etei of songs from Sarah Osnath Halovy. Jacob Ben-Ami, wh^l successfully with ^ >J Theatre Gu.1.1 and &>>' enne-s Civic Rep2*l has to his credit N cent parformance! J*\ Langes," "Samson and r3l Tolstoy's -Th,. I.,vi ni!r >' Hirshbem's •<;,,„"fe'll Eugene OTieiTi "WeiS M Adolf Abra„*JJ^I chairman and is assistorM Hairy Queen and AfeKiH Amlin, of N.w Yorf*!*! guest speaker duringV*1 mission. ne %! National Ad visory (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) as the basic means of fighting anti-Semitism in the United States. "Only in an America fully united is there hope that the problem of the Jew will disappear," he said. Joseph Willen. executive vice chairman of the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, warned that the economic wellbeing of America is a most important factor in the crushing of anti-Semitism, and that the solution of the deep racial and national tensions of America are beyond the Jews as Jews alone. We must merge with our fellowmen in the struggle to build a and more America," he said Program for Relief L A ,"'':'•'' n ;P'; int Program for the relief, rehabilitation and ,,settlement of the 1,400,000 surwing Jews in I carriedI on by American through the Sioo.ooo.ooo nation I Wlde United Jewish Appeal was !" to the General' 2 Jewish Appeal; Rabbi £2*g Dr. William HaberTof tht'uS vtrs.ty of Michigan, former d of w a 0fmanpOWerin ^ O rce of r War Manpower and Reco" inveilini %  • %  „ linn < :\ A %  H • Monumenl %  *o atti Sgt. Leonard H. Glusei the A • %  %  Floi %  %  H m th. Ninth \ %  %  ida "" /trimam many. After receiving his / Camp BlJ he Visited hi o'andinj;. he %  thenBeach %  Grundwergs Celebrate Bar Mitzva In New York son of Mr. iel M tlrundwerg hotel, became Bar • thi Congregation Sons !'• klyn Jan. 26. ,lil ... read the Maftir and Davoned Mus.: large audience of lives and congregabers. Ii i ai Kaplan adSa il in Hebrew, giving mmendation to his Mr. and Mrs. Ch. • with whom %  ii attending the itbush. On I wing day a rccepal Schraeters in bbis Kaplan and Ii HI of the Yeshiva were guest aduation from Yi shiva, Saul in%  Beth Hamen of the Yeshiva Mi v York, where M i 5 Joseph, is a Iwerg boys reHebrew trainM A Bmanuel of -om bined CONTINI'EO FROM PAQE 1) I to the drive for hotel, Banl'relay Shunhotel, Blai kstone hotel, • Charles hotel, • n Apartment • i oteL Crom' Ion Arn hotel. % %  ;. Governor hotel, Greyatone U I, Han ison tei hotel, ManMilburn hotel. I Netherlands hotel. ti I, Normandie %  Grande hotel, Ocean P nciana hotel. hotel, Princess hotel. Rich: Ritz Carlton hotel t" !. Royal Palm • I hotel, South ereign hotel, • I. Tides hotel. hotel. White %  and Winterhaven — KCVIIIS ineir R 1" ln < Ln veiMtv ,i p ^. .c fCf-^ai?" pfi home on 1, !h( next month Vi! :,hl Hebrew School Group T' Hear Reports w School and • m will hold a Wednesday eve20th at the Bis120 N.W. 15th ave. IT H •" Chairman will on what their ve accomphshed ning „f the vear. in charge of the B" which is to be held '"'"' M-ose Hall. 420 will hold a meatevening, February Myron f M ** Mr* SuE -^-0.hst.M,host'tX'Si R, ,ansky • be reguhr m..?rganuat,on af t" the from SZZ & h8S JUSt returned BrotherKood (CONTINUErTT^OM P 0t J have been placed In men's, implements of destruction are too potent and fearful! race to possess without adsafeguards of moral and i unity. The Nation;,! Conference Christians and Jews is ately trying to i nlist atle million Americans during! arhOOd Week, to pledge ta selves to national unity onj basis: I pledge myself to fa America free from the diual of hate that destroyed EuroitI In good heart I pledge ml my fellow-Americam ill ia| rights and dignities I desire far | myself. And to win supoorl for Uwta | principles across the lead, I join the American Brotherhood sponsored by the Nalionil C ference of Christians ind Jen President Truman is the hj orary chairman f Rrotherhtsil Week; Honorabli Mi.mld Stasnl is chairman. Associated al Mr. Stassen are Mr Basil O'Cos-l nor, Mr. David I I, Sclzmck all Dr. Henry N ble McCrackal president of Vassal college. In Florida, former Gov. Spal sard Holland is state charaal Dr. Bowman Ashe, president cfl the University of Miami. isDsk| county chairman. Every collage and universtj.1 every high school, all P-T. Ail all service luncheon clubs, ill chinches, all women's orgamaj lions and other groups inFionail have been asked to devote thai February meeting" to theobserfj ance of Brotherhood Week In Miami's citations ford**] guished services will be presenwl to Daniel J. Mahoney, HenrfH Hyman and Dr .! unesT.WH The annual Biotl.erhood *j Banquet will be hi I I at the M*l Woman's Club on Feb. 21 atW p.m. Command.,:' R. R-E-* met, Great Lakes Naval SUtt will be the speaker. In Tallahassee. Dr. Willis"*] Ryan, national director ol j Conference program f rthe ^ ed services, will spend tnre *"rl with the faculty and studa* Programs of an intensive naw will be carried on in } *'~'\ villa, Orlando, Tampa. IWJ | Beach, St. Petersburg, fort"^ erdale. Palm Beach, Hollys*| and other centt i> Further information can be^ cured by calling A"***,*Gottachall. 1010 Tan W* %  Bank building. TelephoneJ* Servicemen Problem Is Lecture Topic I A minister and a chaplain I discuss "This Problem **a turning Serviceman ]) rg0 ami Beach Jcwisli ( enter 9 p.m. Wednesday. g^j Guest speakers will ^'"^i Harold Scott of the UDgJ church and Chap lain ^ Frank. U.S. Army. Harold I"" will be moderator. a r,gi\ Thu is the fifth n "^ 11 forums concerned witn Sick World Get Well :HS£a3sr£&*£' f^fes aa^^jg^ar: • %  ;> BBSBBffirrfflw



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[y FEBRUARY 15, 1946 + knistthriJi,j>r) PAGE SEVEN i Wins Award (jWB Services i Oberdorfer award "for outnu effort in serving mem,f ihe armed forces" will be Cted t<> the Greater Miami .v. lV y committee of the Najewish Welfare board, acl„ Donald Oberdorfer, Dresident of the JWB and £„, „f the Fourth Service [gnd (southeastern region). | e tter to Sam Blank, chairbf the local service commitWdorfer said that a plaque ^rtificate will be sent to the bin, e on the basis of work the three month period Jan. 31, 1946. The award i, lour times a year in the eastern region. rdorfer said that programs s for the armed forces ontinuing on a high level Ihoul the area. ocal Army-Navy commit.ii(l its services to the ili,veterans' hospital in a ni to Lt. Col. William E. ;i. Iiospital manager, by hulman, executive secreI tin' committee which is nly Jewish agency accredr the veterans' adminiori. The committee is nan for the JWB and the %  I. War Veterans. Prominent Cantor In Local Appearances jrnees to Organize recent meeting of the Chapter, B'nai B'rith W imen, returnees among ,ne former AZA boyX ight together to organa B'nai B'rith Young men's in Miami. An organization 11 be held on Wednes] • Feb. 20, at the Y.M.H. HI5. Jack Dayan was aptemporary chairman, ai B'rith Young Men is an i' of B'nai B'rith, organizboys from 18 to 25. Its proxies athletic, cultural, ms, service and social aslerzl and Political Zionism" le topic Mrs. Dorothy eger Fink has chosen to JSS for the Miami Group of idssah at its meeting Monafternoon at the Miami Y. social hour and refreshits from 1:30 to 2 p.m. will cede the meeting, accordlo Mrs. David Sernarker, ram chairman. YDER & SON EXPERIENCED ^INTERS & DECORATORS Jest Material and Work Guaranteed ESTIMATES GIVEN No Job Too Large or Too Small TELEPHONE 58-1493 >RDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS e your roof repaired now; you Hill save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5890 A. KRONENFELD JOHN KRONENFELD CTWWEST MODERN and PERIOD FURNITURE 77 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI PHONE 78-3212 Samuel Vigoda, cantor and concert singer, will present a concert of Hebrew, Yiddish and classical selections with Cantor Louis D. Feder at the Beth Jacob synagogue at 8 p.m. Sunday. Cantor Vigoda recently returned from an extended concert tour of South American countries, including Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. He has composed many hymns and Jewish songs. Cantor Feder is associated with Beth Jacob, having come here from Ossining, N. Y. He received his musical training in Hungary and New York. Tickets are available at the synagogue office. Cantor Samuel Vigoda will be presented in a concert of Palestinian and Jewisn ToIR songs and cantorial music 8 p.m. Monday at Beth David synagogue. He will be assisted by Cantor J. Levine, of New York, and Cantor A. S. Friedman, musical director of Beth David. A Victor recording artist, Cantor Vigoda received his early fame in Europe. He was formerly chief cantor of the Arena Temple in Budapest and in 1926 became cantor of Ohab Zedek, first Hungarian congregation in New York. Scientist to Describe Atom Energy For Club "Atomic Energy for the Layman" will be described by Dr. Charles H. Lee at a meeting of the Men's club of Temple Israel 8 p.m. Monday at Kaplan hall. Dr. Lee is an engineer, scientist and lecturer. Temple Israel Honors Kin Oi Servicemen Invitations have gone out to the more than one hundred wives and mothers of service men and women from Temple Israel, to the meeting and program that has been arranged for Monday, Feb. 18, in Kaplan hall, 137 N. E. 19th st., which will honor these families. After a brief meeting beginning at 2 p.m., presided over by the president, Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, an appropriate program will be presented by Mrs. Max Orovitz, the February chairman, assisted by her co-chairman, Mrs. Stella Hantman. Mr. Jack Kofoed, ex-Colonel, U.S.A., and prominent newspaper columnist, will be the featured speaker. Charles Mackenberg, U.S.A., a graduate of the Julliard School of Music, and a former professor of theory and harmony at New York university, will present a musical program. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer will be in charge of the tea table following the program, and Mrs. Saul B. Appclbaum and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will pour. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will conduct a special religious service honoring the service people and their families, and will also give the benediction. Guests will be greeted by Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. William Singer. Visiting members of affiliated Sisterhoods of Reform Jewish congregations are especially welcome. The February committee consists of Mesdames Orovitz, Hantman, Jules Pearlman, Frank Perlman, J. Gerald Lewis, M. B. Ross, Dan Ruskin, David Bass, Max Pepper, Morris Plant, Hyman Kaplan, Harry Rubin and Adolph Wertheimer. 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1 PAGE EIGHT 9>je*l§Hkrtdtor FRIDAY HOW S783.100 OF THE 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL will be distributed • • t 8120.423.50 -15.4% To provide for local agencies serving the Jewish youth, the adults and the aged oi Dade County. $525,750.00 §7.2% To assist in the rehabilitation and relief of our fellow Jews overseas, $10,750.00-1.4% To foster democracy and combat anti-Semitism. $ 4,275.00-.5% To advance Jewish educational endeavors and provide for centers of Jewish learning. $ 700.00 .1% To support hospitals and other health agencies. $ 5.875.00-.7% To provide for Jewish recreational retiqj and educational needs throughout the I S 82.742.50 -10.6% To provide for contingencies, unlfl needs and collection losses. $32$44.. 4.1% To provide for the cost of fundrauinfl. • • • i %  70 CAUSES .. ONF APPEAL 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING Greater Miami Jewish Federati on MIAMI 32. FLORID



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1946 |rFRPUA RY15, 194 Exhibits Work : h Galleries libition of 35 of William e( ., s paintings will be Mayor Herbert A. lore a group of invited [o'clock this evening at %  galleries of the Miami Iblic library and Art cenfexhibition will be open lubl.c thereafter for a Lplnv is sponsored by the lianii Beach, the Council %  American Affairs, the In.an league and con|f Latin American counL in the exhibition will faits of Thomas Mann, 6c Ilardwick, Gertrude and Vivian Leigh. An ich Mann wrote in apfor Singer's work will beside his portrait. tin exhibit closes, Singer |tn paint landscapes Lit South America and I of South American leadIhome is in Hollywood, +JgmM FhrId/an PAGE NINE IH SCHEDULES ID MAIDEN EVENT race course gives Florughbreds another c their mettle by BJ: i second outing for told maidens over the my, nursery course the second race of its |ed in Florida. The for the Florida foals iJan 21 at three furlongs tadise Farm's Sweet Hash the winner, which autobars her from starting Jaiden event on Feb. 18. Secretary Charles J. In expects 10 starters in running. The Florida lined Breeders' associaksors the events. fiscis Deducted ALEM (JTA)—A total immigration certificates ady been deducted from four-month quota of announced this week Palestine Government. Indred and fifty of the cover visaless immiIho entered during Octothe other 900 were as1 Inpassengers captured 1 Enzo Sereni on Jan. •EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY eker Produce Co. (W. 22nd St. Ph.3-8795 A R P L E CTRIC CO. Heart of Downtown Miami Me Electrical Appliance fervice and Sale* [New Location: S. MIAMI AVENUE 1 PHONE 2-5467 IHNSTETT CO. |E. 1st Ave. 2-7723 PLETE FUR SERVICE png and Remodeling >LESALE-RETAIL > and New York [TETTNER. Owner JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright. 1945, J. T. A.) (Editor's Note: Readers of this paper are invited to send any questions they may have on Jewish religion, customs, traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed care of this paper, or the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 106 East 41st St., New York 17, N. Y.) • • • QUESTION: Can a Jewish husband divorce his wife against her will (according to Jewish law)? ANSWER: Originally a Jewish husband had the right to divorce his wife without her consent. From the wording in the Bible it is apparent that the entire action centered upon the will of the husband had accused his wife falsely of antenuptial incontinence (Deut. XXII: 13&19) and other instances. In the time of the Mishnah we find the "School of Sammai" insisting that the husband present adequate reasons for his action that had to do with sexual immorality on the part of the wife. In the eleventh century, this theoretical right of the husband was formally declared at an end when the famous Rabbi Gershom of Mayence declared that "... as the man does not put away his wife except at his own free will so shall the woman not be put away except by her own consent." There are instances when the Jewish court can compel the husband to grant a divorce to his wife. It still stands, however, that the action is centered around the husband and proceeds from husband to wife and hot vice-versa. QUESTION: Why does the Rahbi take away the ::got" from the divorcee immediately after she has formally received it not allow ing her to retain the original copy? ANSWER: It has always been the aim of the Jewish Rabbinate to prevent any doubts or suspision regarding the purity and integrity of Jewish family life as regards to its strict adherence to the law. Should the original documents be left at the disposal of the wife it may come to be inspected by others and certain flaws and criticisms may arise as to its perfection this casting aspersion upon the future family life of the divorce. For this reason the Rabbi, after the "get" is formally delivered, takes unto himself the document, making a tear in it, thus voiding it as a form of future legality. Another reason usually given for this procedure is the fact that the Rabbinical courts of the exile wanted to impress upon the minds of the people that the action of the civil court of the land is necessary to produce complete sanction to the divorce. The original copy is retained by the Rabbi as a model for future documents. QUESTION: Why is it necessary to write an entire precise document for each divorce instead of having a printed form that could be filled in for name and place? ANSWER: We have related the Rabbinical insistence on perfection and exactness of the divorce document both for the psychological effects upon the unfortunate couple as well as for the prevention of misrepresentations and forgeries. In my own experiences I have seen couples make up their differences both before and during the highly technical procedure. As for the latter reason, there is no question but that the Jewish divorce document is the most foolproo'. or any legal document civilization has ever known. In this lighi it is interesting to note the authoritative requirement that the document be writDonor Luncheon Success Mrs. Jules Jacobs, Chairman of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society donor luncheon, announced an attendance of 250 at the affair held Tuesday at the Poinciana Hotel. Rabbi Irving Iehrman gave the Benediction. Mrs. Alex Scott was awarded a gold pin for raising the largest amount of money for the donorjournal. Mrs. Rose Levey is president of the organization. Maj. Jerry Weinstein, son of Mrs. Anne M. Weinstein, 11 Palm Island, has returned to Miami Beach after four years' services in the armed forces. He wears five battle stars and has seen action in England, France and Germany in aerial photography. ten so that no line of the 12 lines may be cut off in a straight line without cutting through some of the letters of the previous lines. This condition is called "Meurah" and is accomplished by prolonging the stems of certain letters either upward or downward. JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS > MIAMI BEACH DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Beers THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL BROTHERHOOD WEEK ... An Occasion to Mark a Milestone of Progress Towards Better Understanding Edith & Fritz RESTAURANT 3236 North Miami Avenue Phone 2-5830 A TRIBUTE TO BROTHERHOOD WEEK Alabama Poultry Market 1650 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 9-2315 'In Peace As In War—Teamwork' WUtg/um, Una. WOMEN'S APPAREL 738 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-3429 JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD Alpert's Restaurant 6 OCEAN DRIVE FEATURING FINE FOODS "One of the Finest on the Beach" BROTHERHOOD Observed in its True Meaning Will Be a Great Benefit to All Humanity! nrfirapnnrfi iiinmnm m II ... iiiiiiilliiiii liillllii RUSSIAN AMERICAN CUISINE Steaks — Shaslik A la Carte At All Hours Stalingrad Bar and Lounge Choicest Liquors MIAMI BEACH JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD I pledge allegiance to this basic ideal of my country—fair play for all. I pledge myself to keep America free from the disease of hate that has destroyed Europe. In good heart I pledge unto my fellow-Americans all of the rights and dignities I desire for myself. And to win support for these principles across the land I join The American Brotherhood. Sponsored by The National Conference of Christians and Jews. Name Address Amount Enclosed $ Clip and Mail to: THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD (MIAMI ROUND TABLE) 1010 Pan American Bank Building MIAMI 32, FLORIDA -J : i ____|^_e|



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' %  PAGE TEN Anti-Semitism Growth Halted, Poll Shows NEW YORK (JTA) — Th< growth of anti-Semitism in United States | P" ars to have been halted, but there has no appreciable decrease in antiSemitism in -.. ; asl tv. according I survey bj Elm i Roper appearing in the Feb issue of F Ot thosi polled, nt can be classified as ,;1 the i asis : • key quest: ns, the Or. stioi • Are there i nj rg of peoi %  •; %  • feel might 1 I I are curbd this : named Jews. the! questi n was: "An • -' %  tips '%  %  pie like you?" Hei said the Jews. An examinatioi to otl classify is ant -Sei tes n that anti-S wealth: that it is str. ngest Northeast and weak 3t in 1 Soi nd Fai West, that it .sti ngest n citii s, ind w ei %  • st in that it is stroi an :... I and weakest mong I / 34. Persons wh the survey reveals Great Britain and 1 approve of large-scale go\ nt projects to help ] ployment. j^istnutfoti FRIDAY, Auxiliary To Sponsor Evening Of Games The Miami Beach Auxilii the Jewish Homi for thi will hold an evening ol p.m. Sunday at the Strath-Ha\ hotel. 'Unusual" refi door and game prizes, bingo and other game o::\ red, according I • Mi E nun Sherry, president. Mrs. Max G { is chaii man of arrai sisted by the M Beck. Jacob PI I Philip Weinberg, B. J. S and Nathan N\ wn Serving iv.it tee arc the Mesdai i %  S uel Aronsti in, Am > : nberg Morns Rubin. I Frances Rakoff. Daniel Bl Ben Fold. Benjamin Appel, Trau. Rose W< iss, M >s< %  H. Perlish, Max Lib,:. Y Berger, Lena w. The Auxiliary wil meeting 8 p.m. T Beach Y. JWB FIELD DIRECTOR TO VISIT LOCAL Ys th southern %  Welfj ::: and Beach Ys • M \v, Inesda; i led 1 for a l I %  FPL Starts Expansion Of State Power Plants -' c Light ... 51 t in! %  %  7 Fl 6? mil I : %  : I : %  • : %  M to f1Vt S :.! plant T I : plants • : latioi ... • t inclu n estimated ( les ol %  • %  %  • %  • in LEGAL NOTICES .< ;KKT. IMER. ... TA i IB M EINSTEIN. —r REBY irvi s I s w I NBERQ. y „ ; VER. Btl %  t Paue C nt) „ „ FA AAlU S FAI M PARR %  •' \ t.PSTF.lN .. %  • v. %  %  P %  IAT8 RMAN : FTfl '-' IRBEN HARR' v I %  %  %  • • %  • .% % %  • • %  %  %  • "'" • %  : VNTK AND Fll %  v ....„• ret%  4%  MAI v • %  S-OTICE IS HKKKBY OIVBN that the imilernlcned. denlrlnir to engage In %  %  < % % %  h, ;J!','v" 'n-VFN?lK ii v,II \.M> Jl 1'i JIVr.MI.I', rnio', at 1871 8 W liiMl Street. Miami Intend t" rcelftor Kalil name „ ,.r the Circuit Court of • H,,|,. County, KI"rUla. v rWCK R08BNBTOCK crs ZOBU IVV WILLIAM I. rAt.l>'T. v rnfJ t .i Applicant*. i 'onirraM Bios. %  ..:.' 3. l TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture X' Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace PALESTINE CHORUS The Palestin* chorus mi.:at the Miami Beach Jewish C. nl each Wedi ; 7:30 p.m der the direction of Cant : : Emanuel Balkan. Sponsored joint the Centers Young p, ; league and the Young Judaean Leaders council of Miami P. the chorus specializes in Palestian folk songs. Membership is open to young men and women We Sore y on Money eollins Transport & Trading, Inc. v. r.. !SRn T Phone 3-0789 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES ). Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscay !" BM. Phone 732419 And Be Sura Iri FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'* Daero Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 8200 N. W. 82nd Stxeet AlkarSeltzier IJAVEy.; Wed A...-S,V aarfoe Caa tn t-m,,K. &• Bteaaua, JVi r" fit .." .. l x ""* th "M'rnini Jl ft ,Wf "? d ui HUtneef aSf i •'• kr net) >':,Mert, > > \ r I?f -il ,r ""'••>" %  rtteetlee. niirtr imu end SUIT %  IU. MILI apwmjan ^S* *pv & Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 • NERVINE F 0H 'I'•' f<..~if-! Mr. SE!i?u "l'. u "• '•< 'M. AJ..^. 0 ';"""*'--'<**IM. Get ihrr. at wt *3 •""•K~i dtreeUese RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 139 N. W 7th 8t. Ph. S-7301 Beet eerefor chroplc lick, conveletcent and elderly people 8ANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices aaasLarge Beautiful Groundiej^,— nEiu BISCRVRE nR E n n S. W. 4lh ST. At MIAMI AVE BOXING 11 WRESTLING MONDAY TUESDAY NOTICE 18 HEBBBT 'JivKN that 8 ned. .lelrliiK to engage In •• "" %  GsUlteKS ,mnie ,:, I ,., siNHI I Ml IN8TITUTB. at 223 ; %  B .,., str.-ri. Miami. Mnrliln. to reulrtar *!<> name with the Clerk "I the firrult Court of Daile %  '•' r l 1 DL1 m-nw.TZ. %  m IMAM, .,. %  fin Applicant l %  SOTK'E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that deilrlns t.> I'IIKBRP in der ll' f i.tltloUB name of RAK H HRB8S SHV. at 1314 S. W. ..• Miami, Intends to register the ("Uik of the ClrI 1 di County, Kioi Ida. BAM I.KKF. VJARX FEINBERO, RMK. for Applicant. FEBR UARY l LEGAL h 'V' ,, '' |l; b Too Large or Toe Small Eitimatea Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. ??1 N. W. Miami Court HAVANXl $4 7 2-Day Cruise .50 PUS Til 2 Days, 1 Night In Ham| Price includes' Round tnp I portation, tranafera of M'f I gage, hotel room with priva de luxe eight-teema in biles, admissicna. guide tax. Limited party-ma* vationa now. ASK FOR BOOKLET ON 071 LONGER CRUISES MITCHELL'S Since 1912 304 E. Flagler St. Phone 9-3605 A MAN WITH A Under my plan bmi hara received an increw' present policies of mo Iwaniy-eighi per cent any additional premium | lay. Call or write: H. A. BIND El Suite No. 615. OlympisMrj PHONE 30828 LIFE MEUBER-MIUI| DOLLAR ROUND NO WONDER it's good .... iH ENREH BEER FAMOUS FOR FINE FLAVOR SINCE 1866 iiwjoy A BOTTLE OF EHRET'S BEER TODAY! MSTIIBUTOI "S 1 ,pa-Whili$ite Beer I Wm '*" H. Miami Av n Miami, Fla. Tal.phana 2-5824



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%  SJSBW* FEBRUARY 15, 194b +Jewish fhridtorj PAGE ELEVEN ce Facts George Talianoff Jegional Director, ADL L l of the war and the Hitler did not bring an BL propaganda designed and disunite Americans. Igents and their collaborthia country have conIthcir campaign of disFortunately, however, Henry Hoke have con|hK COUNTY, FLORIDA. |A\> I:KY. N"I>, 97627 )ER OF PUBLICATION 1:1.\ :iX'X. |1 'iff, pit .AU FOX, 1 la lit, il lilaufox, rare of May Boat .Market Street, "hia. %  iv ordered t'> file your • .1 answer to the Hill of |i Divorce filed against %  HUMAN UI,AKFOX. on or 1 .111 day of March, 1946. the allegations of Bald Kill t* %  unfessed aaalnat you. VXH OltDEHEU this U'th L 'i iry, 1946. II L.KATHERMAN. • 'li 1 k of Circuit i 'ourt. I> T. M. VTORDBN. D.C. III Seal) I'RK foi 1'lalntiff. >*v \ality. Good 'roducti >D PRODUCTS Distributed by the jA PROVISION CO, Inc. N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 [Complete Department •ore With Quality Merchandise 9ton Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach fcjSK, convenience l.„i other New Ap•ana Accessory Store 1 Flagler St., Miami That idea furnished the lead to Henry Hoke to undertake the investigation which resulted in IT'S A SECRET. Says Walter Winchell, "Its revelations will shock the nation the new expose is dynamite • it Itnveils 4he inside story of the Justice Department's headaches with the alleged seditionists and offers the real beind-the-scenes info on why the sedition trials collapsed. You will be appalled!" Mr. Hoke tells more than the story of enemy agents, American Fascists, and innocent but credulous Americans of goodwill. He sets forth a plan of action which will serve to protect us in the future against these devisive forces in the American scene. Believing that the need for fearless, plain, blunt truths about the problems that face our nation is as great today as it has ever been at any time in our history, IT'S A SECRET tells what we should do with the current threat to American institutions and how we can prevent its arising again in the future. Obituaries WILLIAMS Mrs. Jenny Williams. 67. of 1301 Lanes ave.. died Sunday at the home of her son, Nat L. Williams. A resident of Miami for 'i\ years, she came here from Buffalo, N. Y., and made her home with her daughter. Mrs. Frank B. Solomon. Surviving besides the son and daughter are four Krandehlldren. She was the widow of W. I,. Williams, real estate broker. Services were held Tuesday afternoon at IT'S A SECRET is destined to become a best-seller. the Palmer Funeral home followed l>y burial in Woodlawn I'ark cemetery. PAETRO Abraham Paetro. 60. retired clothing merchant who came from Brooklyn six years ago. died Sunday In his home, 1212 Drexel ave.. Miami Beach. Surviving are his wife. Mi's. Frances Paetro; two sons, Samuel Paul and Sidney, and a daughter. Services were held Monday In Riverside Memorial chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. BACHMAN Fritz F. Bachman. 38. of 93 N. W. 19th ave., who died unexpectedly Thursday In Bayfront park, was burled Monday after services In the Palmer chapel. He came from Seattle, Wash., five years IIKO, and Is survived by his mother, Mis. Lena Bachman, and a son, Klchard. Illl |||ll||| %  III I II ll mill) II Llii.. inn in in Hill IN GREATER MIAMI BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine WINES GREEK AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets We've Thought of Everything At THE DORCHESTER Collins Are. at 19th St. OPEN And Accepting Reservations Private Beech end Pool Private Parking Space DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine Phones: 58-1855. 5-9527 MSm^MWM>aM


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M %  j:^ti'':t^^^^^^.'Si:y,'^^^) : e Boulevard P'lo.-e i/*.14&8 DONOVANS BAR N. W. 7th St. Miami 35Q DON 5 V B AN'S TAP ROOM .350 N. W. 8th Ave. Mlami DESOTO CANDY CO VT 2 !.?,' W 8lh St. MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 482816 DALLETT'S RADIO Garage and Service Station 340 23rd St. Miami Beach Phone 5-6721 CENTER FURNITURE CO. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service Prompt—Courteous Efficient Call 7-1916 If You Are Go.ng to Sell Your Car SEE US For Highest Cash Dollar ALFRED C. COURIC 745 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1672 CAMERON AWNING CO. 121 Sevilla Are.. Coral Gables C & W SANDWICH SHOP 339 N. E. First Avenue BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 245 S. W. 6th St. Phone 3-8241 PEST CONTROL SERVICE %  tr Proofing Fumigating— Moth Proofing Bonded Uniformed Operators. ... Miami Beach -Coral Cables BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. 3003 Coral Way Phone 4-M01 DOVT TOLERATE— EXTERMINATE BERNI HOTEL O FISCHER. Manager 204 Biscayne Blvd. This Brotherhood I An Exclusive LawffJ B<< COMPLETE BAY-BEE DH LAir 422 S. W. 22adW TANNER'S > "Where tM**J 1263 Wettl 1753 N. E.f 1906 PonMJ T. E. STToifl*] STADIG 2221 S. W.I Pbost* PONCE* RESIAI 2309 Ponct' COML I SPIC^ HOWU 0 1228 S. InternitioM Un,t.-McC£ MINNA Lffl 603 Lincoln^ tail MERBJUj DRY 1270H.W.a BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street Phone 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH LETS* 1401 ?V0 r



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IOD Iday. 1946. Itime of ex"onierence battle-cry. Bn opportuto help. | will stand irill give to ve want to two things rogram. '-*•—-. lV -.r-^-—-T 1 I I WI %  #--— %  '• %  --' % %  *•.'. • AMERICA'S FUTURE ...itsm^,/ • I FREE FROM RELIGIOUS OR RACIAL PREJUDICE k I jig program I to support. lies to anaIs potential Icivic goals, lie problem I train teachbing youth. Iteachers in |lings, and eligious orlierials and ires against be used by bi all civic, increasing lavy in the to their ach Amerijls for crisis ML THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON %  • T HE ARMIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS won a conclusive victory over the forces of tyranny which exploited racial and religious hatred to divide tha world and destroy freedom. The ideal of democracy is a society in which each seeks the truth in his own way and all are unite d by understanding and mutual need. The good world of the future must be built on the foundation of the recognition of t he dignity and rights of each individual, whatever his race, creed or national background. Among all the nations the United States stands as th, exemplar of a people grown great through this liberty. Now. as never before, we as a people are called upon to dem onstrate with even greater brilliance the glory of our freedom. It is the light which alone can guide the future of man kind into tha ways of peace. Within our own borders wa are facing the huge task of reconversion. This is a job of such magnitude that it can be done well only as all of us work together. The team work of the armed forces won the war. The spirit of teamwork should extend to our national life. As we united for v ictory. we must unite for peace. Let our aim be "In Peace as in War—Teamwork." Because I believa that the health of our democra cy draws its strength from the wells of deep spiritual understanding. I am happy to join with tha National Conference of Christians and Jews in calling upon our people to observe Brotherhood Week from February 17 to 14, 1946. I hope th at in every community throughout the country our people will meet together to rejoice in tha greatness of the land which belongs to all of us and to pledge themselves to the continuance of that loyally which will unite our country as the leader of peace and tha happy home of all our citisens. Very sincerely yours. HARRY TRUMAN ing Firms and Individuals: IE ELECTRIC CO. E. 20th Street TRANSFER. Inc. [TRUCKING W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-3144 RGE S. O'KELL REALTY CO. Iih St. Phone 2-4061 ESTATE EAL a"s Finest In Fashion*" EL & JABALY incoln Road *VICE STATION kte Garage Service Body and Fender Work tCKS REBUILT r 7lh Ave. Phone 2-8883 FRITZ. Prop. CITY TRANSFER W. 5th Avenue •hone 2-4072 |W. McCOY Real Estate Broker |th St. Phone 9-2245 IP. MURRAY fceciaiist and All Make* lY OR NIGHT [2nd Ave. Ph. 3-2768 •AMES E. SCOTT SEYBOLD ICE AGENCY. Inc. •Id Building lone 3-4751 H. H. WOODSMALL INSURANCE AGENCY. Inc. SURETY BONOS 1114 Congress Building Phone 3-2529 EDNA CHAMPLIN EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 412 N. E. First Avenue Phone 9-3207 ALEXANDER ORR. JR.. Inc. PLUMBERS 218 N. E. 6th Street Phone 2-3119 LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-1916 "PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street Phone 9-2291 MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 SNACK BAR 1 Lincoln Head IRWIN'S RESTAURANT 441 41st Street "The Best for Less" Paula Steak & Chop House 144* Washington Ave. 8-9011 and Paul's 23rd Street Restaurant 320 23rd Street 5-M25 VENTURE LAUNDRY & CLEANING 6230 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-3636 PRINDLE-CLARK MOTORS 2011 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-6471 M. AND M. DREDGING AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Buil ding Miami P. RICHARDSON Insulation— Firebricks —Tank* Trapa and Regulators 311 Mendosa Ave. Phone 4-2201 Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-4860 Flowers Telegraphed Cut Flowers LANSILL'S FLOWERS A. V. Stoll Lorene B. Anderson Floral Designs. Wedding Bouquets 2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miami 37, Fla. TAMBOR FOOD MARKET 3305 Douglas Rd. 4-9319 WE DELIVER The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices NEONITE SIGN CO. Service and Maintenance a Specialty Window Displays—Wall Lettering 252 N. W. 29th Street Miami 37. Florida EMIL FLUTIE, Prop. Formerly with E. B. Elliott Co.. Claude Neon Phones: Day—3 0005, Night—2 39S7 PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies—Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-3955 MIAMI. FLORIDA PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH BEER and WINES Phone 5-9031 Famous for Its Real Italian Dinners STEAKS—CHOPS—SEA FOODS Pizza Ravioli—Spaghetti SLIP COVERS or REUPHOLSTERY Distinctive Draperies and Cornices to Completely Beautify Your Home AT MODERATE PRICES SYLVAN PATERNO 1359 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-0744 Open Wednesday All Day SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 201 S. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-6683 If No Answer Call 4-6321 SURGICAL A HOSPITAL SUPPLIES First Aid Supplies—Sick Room Accessories—Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs—Rental Service Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and Elastic Hosiery — Correctly Fitted THE GARDEN 2235 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-3155 "The Home of Delicious Foods" GENERAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE 2732 N. W. 2nd Avenue Service—Installation—Repairs Household and Commercial Ammonia Ice Cream Dairy Equipment Day Phone 23*41 Night Phone 3-47W HENRY PERRY. Prop. w



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I FRIDAY .FE BRUAS TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" SCOOP OF THE YEAR What purports to be vertible evidence that the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin was a pi Nazi agent Is contained in the current issue of "In Fact." The alleged evidence, according to In Faei is said to be contained in a sworn affidavit by • government witness al a Ni trial The all '•' v;t f' 1 "" portedlv states thai Coughlin was paid by the German goven for disseminating anti-S< propaganda I Nazi agents. The afi In Fact, has been suppressed by the Department of Just.. I cause of assuri nces 1 tC lin would with •'• P llb lie activities and thai discontinue publication I 5 Justice. The full st( rj tabled in the February lit: of In Fact. II % %  subscriber, we urge you to wi In Fact. 25 Astor pi., New York city. AMAZING STORY The alleged Coughlin affidavit is said by In Fact to hav. signed by the Rev. Aleksi Pelypenko. who now resides in the Argentine. The affidavit, according to the publication, allegedly charges that: 1) Coughlin actually received money from Nazi agents 2) Coughlin requested anti Semitic propaganda from these agents ... 3) Coughlin collaborated with a secret fed agent whom he allegedly misl for a Nazi agent. SOBER ANTI-SEMITISM The press does not pay much attention to the beating administered to Benjamin Zemach. the internationally famous choreographer and dance:. Zemach was brutally assaulted a few weeks ago as he was leaving the New York home of a friend late at night. The police department is trying to pass off the incident as a drunken brawl. We had occasion to discuss the incident with Zemach. He told us that the men who attacked him win ver; sober. They were all well dressed and kept on a running cor. tion among themselves, congratulating each other on having caught a Jew. The assault was systematically carried out. Each of the six men took his turn battering poor Zemach into helpBy PHINEAS J. BIRON ness Then the Zemach case is a %  Semil tG % %  in • full %  • %  %  tion EXPLANATION IN ORDER %  %  The Youtl • I •• s ion chapel. The Erling L. Olsei theChrist Co. w M will between Jew tians. Th torn I I mad. fun %  %  was report 5 W. pass it oi be int • lik< I YF< Mr. Olsen": : n, CORRESPONDENCE •1 Lifa Pnuranc Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Bitcayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Half of U. S. Rabbis Volunteered For War NE voRKTlTA M than : %  WelB ,1 here, N is being ..... railL'V : in %  with nd :. J %  • : to 1 %  tatives letti rgai • %  %  I deTO HOLD GAME PARTY FOR LIBRARY FUND .\ POST P.M. AT TH ^ShckofGhampwm • • NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • • EVERY WEEKDAY N1TE F1AG1ER KENNEL CLUB, DAILY DOUBLE 3d RICH ADM. 25c Availibla Transportation Bus aarvlca from Burdln' a Firat St. antranea and Rad Adama bua Una, Profataional Bldg., 218 N. E. 2nd Ava. All buaaaa diract to t h a track. QulDitl" ETtryH^ No Ml"** West FLAGLER at 37 ^Avenue ^re-8?£=fss EaraBBBBmBBBBval



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p AY FEBRUARY 15, 1946 :TS TENDER GIFT [PIONEER WOMEN I and Mrs. I. Cohen, 734 JefAvenue, were hosts Jan31sl t0 a meeting of the L Wonu-n's Organization of tr Miami. At the conclu| a w elcome-home party was f or their son Michael Co[L t released from service, llrs. Michael Cohen. A check L hundred dollars was prejd to the organization by [hosts as a thanks offering return of their son. Antson Dr. Richard Cohen, has returned from the service. nc xt meeting of the Pionrnmen will be held on Tuesivening, February 19th. at 1 .,, the Beth David AudiL" A cultural program will tainted. Jewlsti Hot Id in r PAGE FIFTEEN SHOLEM BRIEFS By J. Bernard Spector Due to a slip-up somewhere along the line, as well as the fact that the season is in full swing bringing to town all the friends and relatives that we ever had, this column has been omitted from the past few issues of the Floridian. We offer your humblest apologies to our "dear readers" and promise to do our best to keep from having it happen again. A final and complete report on the installation banquet was given at the last meeting which turned out to be a "full dress" affair. The banquet was a success in that everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, however, the committee was somewhat disappointed at the financial results. hi the Greater Miami Houses of Worship I TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM, Reform R hhi Aopelbaum will conclude his series of sermons K \ with a message with a review of Moshe MosenSJn'T-'-U e 5 From the Desert" at services tonight at IMV M< k The Bar Mitzva of Joe Bernstein, jr.. will ^celebrated Mrs. Bernstein will light the candles and Kr and Mrs Bernstein will be hosts at the reception „ c the services. Assisting them will be the MesFdamcs Stella Hantman. Max Pepper. Adolph Wertheimer landI Max Orovitz. Sabbath services. 11 a.m. [CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami IRABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Coniervalira • F. iday evening services. 8:15 p.m Ra ££j j^I hire will continue his discussion of "What Our Wounded IM -n Think." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes will be hosts durum the social hour after the services in gratitude for th.ir son's recovery. During the Sabbath services at |8:3U a.m.. the Rev. Kalman Shapiro will speak bi jelly |prior to his departure from Miami A kiddush in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Shapiro will take place after the %  services. Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg will be hosts at Ithe Bai Mitzva breakfast sponsored bv the r.-l. A.. 18:30 Sunday morning. |MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach |Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Balkan Conservative ehrman will speak on "A People Reborn" at Is I might at 8:15 p.m.. in commemoration of the |50t! ai ivcrsary of Herzl's "Judenstaat. The Bar Blitz Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stoller will |b( celeb at( d at services 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Lenrlnian ill preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law. Buni services. 10 a.m. Story-telling hour. Saturday. 11:30 PHI. |MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox Scout Sabbath will be observed with members of Droop 8 participating in the services. Nat Cans is chairfcnan of the scout committee with Philip Lyons, scoutmaster of the group, which meets at the Miami Y. and %  both li aders will assist in the Drogram. Rev. Maurice Bliinu-lic.s will conduct services and lead the musical %  elections. The A.Z.A. will serve as hosts. The Bar IMit/.VH of Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg. |1134 S. W. 21st St.. took place at services last Saturday. rEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal 1 Rabbi Kronish's sermon topic for tonight's services Is "February. 1946—Symbol of Freedom: II. The Jewish f eople Cannot Exist Half Slave and Half Free.' second Iff a se. ies of three talks based on Lincoln's birthday. |Jht liuih anniversary of Herzl's Judenstaat, and Brother|noi.d Week. Sabbath services. 10:45 a.m. The Bar PMzya of Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goodman. ivill bt eelebrated. pETH JACOB CONGREGATION, 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach pabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louu D. Fader Orthodox Friday evening services at 3:30. Late Friday serIj'ces at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on I Ameri can Teamwork." a discussion of Brotherhood |wc-i-k. Cantor Louis D. Feder will lead in the communal %  "Wing. Adult Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi P^cheluff will speak on "A Golden Breastplate." InterKir t V_, sorvices for adolescents at 9 a.m. Junior services IZ/ lld r en of elementary school age at 10 a.m. Bible R il 4 P-m. under the leadership of Mr. S. I. Friedman. Iiui %  '? %  eu dos at 5:3 om Rabbi Le J isikott w i" s EK! l waker. Sunday school from 10 to 12 noon. Daily IMnool from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. We cannot urge you too strongly to secure your tickets to "Yiddish Night" early. This colossal production will t>e staged at the Beach High school on Saturday night. Feb. 23. The ticket committee reports that the standing room only sign will be in evidence very soon and we would not like to have our friends shut out. It is worth the price of. admission just well worth the price of admission just to sec what terpsihorcan artists Sholeni lodge has among its members. The all male line of dan-ers is out of this world, and how they managed to stay out of the sight of Lou Walters or the MGM talent scouts is hard to understand. If we could only keep Al Pallot in step and if Milton Friedman were not so ticklish as he "flies thru the air," these dancers have all the grace, beauty and poise of a Mack truck. Ben Essen, trie talented director of this show, is really going all out to make it a success. Rehearsals are being held regularly and the cast is learning their parts in fine style. You'll hear some grand singing and what Johnny Weiss can do to the Yiddish language is unbelievable. English is strictly "taboo" in this show. You'll be sorry if you miss it. Maurice Cromer's committee dusted off their tuxedos and boiled shirts on Tuesday night and put on one of the finest initiations that Sholem lodge has ever witnessed. The dignity and solemnity of the occasion were quite in evidence and this column would like to toss them an orchid individually and collectively. The initiated class, the first in 1946, was named "the Harold Turk Class" in honor of the Immediate past president of Sholem lodge— a very nice honor to pay to a very fine president. Council Seeks Relatives For Displaced Persons Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1Q13 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 6-5082 TUOITU for REST CONVALESCENCf •wClfltONlcCaVSM -RqyPark a Ith Resort IfYouHadMYJOB K EEPING HOUSE, helping take care of the family—you Would realize that business girls are not the only onea who sometimes get Headache and Tired Aching Muscles. We home girla often work just as hard and have just aa many Headaches, just aa many Stomach Upseta and get just aa Tired. About a year ago, I first used ALKA-SELTZER I find that it easea my Acl Head, takes the kinks out of Ti Aching Muscles and brings reli when! have Acid Indigestion. The family aaya I am ai. lot easier to live with since I have known about Alka-Seltzer. "•Have ye* ***** ALRA-SELTZER7 If not, why dont you get a package today? Large package 80*, Small package SO*, also by the glass at Soda Fountains. ^ Seven requests to locate friends and relatives in this vicinity have been received by the Service to the Foreign Born department of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, from Europeans. Mrs. M. Finkelstcin, director of the department, asks that anyone knowing the whereabouts of the following get in touch with her at the council office in the Congress building. Lea Tannebaum (or Tannebau) formerly of 1127 Collins ae., is being sought by Rudolf Friedberg, a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Mary Markovics (Markus), emigrated from Hungary in 1923, reported to be the owner of the Mayflower hotel—sought by Renate Steinfeld, concentration camp survivor. Strassni brothers, formerly of Czechoslovakia, supposed to have settled in Florida—sought by a Mr. Cojasir, Marseilles, France. Herman Bleier, from Czecholsovakia. reported to be in Florida —sought by a cousin, Flora WeinGENERAL PAINTING Free Estimates Given BY BEST MECHANICS J. D. Gilbrecrth Point Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 Hollywood At Half Mark The record-breaking Hollywood dog racing season reached the half-way mark this week. Mutuel play topped the "hundred grand" mark for the first time Saturday night when 4,171 cash customers sent $102,268 through the windows. It was the banner crowd of the season. berger who was rescued from a German concentration camp. Mr. Weinwurm, Miami—sought by Ernst Reich who has been liberated and is now in Sweden. H. Silver—sought by a niece, Stefania Frysztoyer, now in Sweden. Mr. Vogel—sought by Michael Stramer. AUGUST BROS |*> / i. 11 i i r is tht &E&I 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 qfmur V?-?aZi *-• 'Jfei ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 5p 5-EOfc, 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



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY PAGE SIXTEEN fEAMWORKIS THEKEY Teamwork is a word upon the lip. today of ^^^'Z du.triali.to. educator, and churchmen alike Teamwork ts MM a.. ft. W tha, will unlock the clo.ed door, ftat keep the people o, ft. ^ Whatever the problem that this harried and perplexed postwar world presents, only teamwork offers hope of solving it. Durina the war General Eisenhower and Field Marshal Montgomery called for it on the fighting front. In these day. when permanent peace is being .hoped, teamwork among great power, alone bears any prormse success. IN PEACE AS IN WAR Our national unity brought about by common peril is endangered now that the thunder of the guns is silenced. Prejudices forgotten or laid aside during the stress of war are picked up again when the normal processes of peace are resumed. But the duties of peace demand teamwork as sternly as do the tasks of war. Intergroup hatred slows up teamwork, kills the democratic spirit. Therefore, it must go. The same united and scientific attack used against tuberculosis, cancer, and infantile paralysis will be needed to control it. If 600 scientists working together can produce the atom bomb, then why not put 600 scientist, to work on the job of eliminating intergroup hctreds? Their efforts combined with the social technicians—school people religious educators. civic organization leaders—could alleviate such hctreds within 25 years. Put positively, the task is !o extend recognition oi the Fcfterhood of God. the Brotherhood of Man. and the Homehood of the Nation. In a family every individual enjoys the same opportunities, accepts the same duties. Applied to the nation, that is who! BROTHERHOOD WEEK is all about. LET HIM BEAT HIS BRAINS OUT!. Americans All--Brotherhood Sentiment Public opinion surveys shew America now faces a challenge as great in some ways as the challenge of war itself. Can we learn to live together in productive peacefulness, or must we have violent destructive intolerance which would relegate ome to second-class cititenship because of their color, and treat others with fear and suspicion because of their religion? The broad educational program of the National Conference of Christians and Jews U a constructive and hopeful method of meeting this challenge and must be expanded. ELMO ROFER. Fortune Publ .Brotherhood is loo often regarded as an unrealixable ideal. It must come alive in the practices of the common life. We must remove from our own conduct, whether we are Roman Catholics, Jews, or Pro:es:a.-.ts. those practices that separate us. Then we must march together ar.d demon•trite the essentials of religion m a conduct that is brotherly. Bishop G, BROMLEY OXNAM ent ': %  | ,„ A sense of brotherhood among Americans of all backgrounds is indispensable to the role this nation must play in the establishment of an enduring civilixation. No organisation is contributing to this end more effectively than the National Conference of Christians and Jews. RABBI LOUIS FINKELSTEIN I. Jewish Theological Seminary. I wi.h every success ia 4 nection with the next wft observance of BROTHEi] HOOD WEEK. The slojal "In Peace as in War-TinJ work" should represent %  American way of livinf. *| out essential teamwort* cess in war is !" P?Ht Without equally essential MM work by all concern* l postwar national rehabiW*" i will not be entirely iunu| GEN. JONATHAN M. [ WAINWRIGHI. I U. S. Aral I i i GREAT SOUTHERN TIRE CO. New—Used— Recapped TIRES 22 N. W. 20th St. Phone 3-102S BEACH MILL AND SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th St. Phone S-S908 THE BOAT RESTAURANT "The Ship That Never Geei Tp Sea" 39 N. E. First Ave. Phone 3-2517 MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-7896 HORSESHOE BAR 160 W. Flagler Street MURRAY MASCHLER CARUSO'S RESTAURANT 167 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-9389 BRANNTNG INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. News Tower WISTERIA FRUTT COMPANY^ 303 E. Flagler Street Miami Phone 3-2833 DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA CLYDE R. MARKLEY PIANOS MOOfcW.tihSt Fhcne<.;?;: JOHN A. MATTHEWS 820 Security Bids. M;4a ; Phone 2-2412 SUPERIOR SHEET METAL WORKS 830 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-3'.63 WELTON INSURANCE CO. Langford Building GEORGE SCHEEL SERVICE STATION 688 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-9189 HARHV.H.LL PS and ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue NIGHT OWL BARBECUE 3193 S. W. 27th Avenu. Phone 4-9111 MIAMI VACUUM CLEANERS COMPANY 1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-7838 HOUSE AND LAWRENCE ~E-CO SERVICE 800 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-9966 "' Batten a Specialty Oat 0 '—Service CHARRON-WILLIAMS Commercial College A.'-.'„!', l ''"r 5c """ Clae.ee Monday. Wednesday Friday -6.30 to O0 P.M. S !h Floor Postal Buildmo PHONE S-4IM V % % % %  • %  %  %  ,,-,„ or NELSON AUTOMOBILE SERVICE 875 West Flagler Street Phone 2-9481 TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 320 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 481731 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hoover NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY NICKS WHEEL ALIGNING 2100 North Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 JUDGE HENRY L OPPENBORN RED TOP CAB AND BAC COMPANY ••Always Call tne Red TOP Phone 3-3131 WHITE STAR GROCEH? 63 N. E. 17th Street Phone 2-9391 MIAMI CITRUS PACKING HOUSE 180 N.W. First St. W-*l Our Sh.pm.nti Every*"" Guaranteed RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO*| ISO East Flagtor SW* Phone 3-2U7 BISCAYNE FRUTT 4 VEGETABLE C SIS West Flagla* Str* Phone MaW SP-n


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Miami, Fla
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February 15, 1946

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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IfewiisltUEIIiDiPiidliiaun
/^^?^- T H E JEWISH UNITY~|
THE J E WIS H W
jMS 19NUMBER 7
ibined Jewish Appeal Interest
ms As General Drive Nears
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
o-
Unuing the rapid pace of
npaign activity, the Com-
| Jewish Appeal is gaining
ntum as the date for the
[! si licitation draws near.
am D. Singer, general cam-
[chairman, stated that the
I of meetings and solicita-
Ifents that have been held
the past few weeks all
[by their results that the
for which the funds are
(raised are understood and
Hated by Greater Miami
Dts. Wliile the attendance
Be functions has not been
bi as lesired, those present
[substantial increases over
can paign contributions,
11946 drive, out to raise the
. mnt ever attempted
local communitythe
ki $783,100will open with
leers' kick-off breakfast at
f? restaurant Sunday morn-
eb. 24. Some 800 workers
^peeled to canvass Greater
Jewish population of
Hotel division of the 1946
i'l Jewish Appeal is tak-
ihe honors in this year's
campaign of the Greater
Ji wish Federation. The
Ins quota of $300,000 does
in to block the enthusiasm
jy Chairman Nat H. Hank-
his workers.
Rtnifi Mr. Hankoff on the
livision are Irving Frankel,
Bast, Samuel Lachman
i: v A. Cornblum.
illowing hotels have thus
IONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
st Drive Closes
Ih 85% Quota
Community Chest cam-
Iclosed officially this week
|6H7.f) 17 raised, but workers
to seek the additional
h eded to reach the goal
1.971.
remaining contributions
solicited in a quiet clean-
jit by division leaders and
Genera] Chairman Stanley
ers said.
Itot,11 at the end of the eam-
pepresented 85 per cent of
", but was the largest
rt ever raised in a Chest
ik" in Dade county. It was
khan $80,000 above the total
| end of the drive last year,
re to reach the goal means
Ihest agency budgets must
ised downward, and budget
jgs benin Friday, Feb. 15,
W to A. L. Reynolds,
Ml of the budget com-
>IAC TAG
SATURDAY
|R;ide Chapter of the Na-
' Children's Cardiac Home
ponsor their fourth annual
ay. Saturday, February 16,
fim Beach. Announcement
ade by Mrs. C. Marienthal,
ay Chairman, and Mrs. J.
cochairman.
quarters for the hundreds
Ikcip expected will be the
>' Mis. Ben Wolff, 1435 Al-
D'"l. Miami Beach. All
i interested in helping the
py effort are urged to con-
is ^quarters or call 5-1972.
Ifunds raised in the Tag
port will go to the Na-
l^hildren's Cardiac Home.
Women's Division
Sets Pace In
Fund Raising Effort
Miss Helen Waren, stage and
radio star, and member of the
first USO unit to enter liberated
Germany, gave a dramatic and
stirring address to about two
hundred women at a luncheon
last Tuesday afternoon, given at
Maxim's restaurant in Surfside,
under the sponsorship of the
Women's Special Gifts division.
Miss Waren in describing the
condition of Jewish displaced per-
sons gave a moving picture of the
Jews in the Roman Ghetto, Jews
who had fled to Italy from all the
countries of Europe.
"One sees in these people a
wonderful tenacity for life, a
trait I believe to be uniquely Jew-
ish. They still wear their badges,
those former symbols of Jewish
shame, with a pride, a defiance,
a positive glory in being Jewish."
Miss Waren went on to explain
her activities in Germany when
she reached that country in the
wake of the liberation. She told
of studying conditions there, help-
ing to compile records so as to
restore individuals to their rela-
tives, of her efforts to use her
social contacts with officers to
get better living conditions made
possible for the inmates of the
various concentration camps.
Miss Waren made a moving
plea to American Jewish woman-
hood. She said "the American
Jewish woman can thank God
because she has something to
sacrifice, something to give. Mrs.
Roosevelt promised me that she
would try to help. But it is not
up to her. It is up to you and to
me. Our strengthour beauty,
our forcewe must use them all.
This is the compelling crisis for
which we have been saving our-
selves."
Mrs. Monte Selig is chairman
of the Women Special Gifts di-
vision, with Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers and Mrs. Matilda Ratner
as co-chairmen. Substantial con-
tributions were raised in response
to Miss Waren's address.
WEEK WILL BE
OBSERVED HERE
By A. W. GOTTSCHALL
Florida Regional Director, National
Conference of Christiana and Jews
"In Peace as in WarTeam-
work." With these words Presi-
dent Harry S. Truman has called
National Advisory Budgeting
Defeated By General Assembly
Miamian Elected
Head National
Welfare Fund
Committee Tours Ghetto
WARSAW (JTA) Members
of a sub-committee of the Anglo-
American Committee on Pales-
tine this week toured the ruins
of the Warsaw Ghetto, and view-
ed huge open graves containing
the carbonized bodies of mar-
tyred Jews.
DR. ANDREW W. OOTTCHALL
on the American people to ob-
serve Brotherhood Week and join
the American Brotherhood during
the week of Washington's birth-
day, February 16-24, 1946.
Now is the time to demonstrate
the social and national unity for
which we paid such a fearful
price in World War II. It's
either thisBrotherhood for all
of usor else! The forces and
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Mercy Hospital Drive
House Canvas Begins
The Mercy Hospital Building
Fund Campaign is beginning to
take hold, reports coming in from
the various campaign divisions
indicate. Greater Miami resi-
dents are contributing in a meas-
ure that will insure sufficient
funds for the erection of the two
million dollar hospital structure,
the campaign personnel stated. A
house-to-house canvass begins to-
day. On Monday the Southwest
area will hold a public rally at
8 p.m. at the Shenandoah Ele-
mentary school, with C. Clyde
Atkins, chairman of that section,
presiding. The principal speaker
will be Mr. William G. Ward,
chairman of the Metropolitan di-
vision of the drive.
Stanley C. Myers, Miami com-
munal leader, was elected na-
tional president of the CJFWF,
succeeding Mr. Hollander. The
General Assembly also elected
four vice presidents: Harris Perl-
stein of Chicago. William Rosen-
wald of New York, Samuel S.
Schneiersohn of New York and
David Watchmaker of Boston.
Harold J. Goldenberg of Minne-
apolis was named secretary, Ira
M. Younker of New York, treas-
urer, and M. L. Lurie was re-
elected executive director. The
board re-elected William J.
Shroder, Cincinnati, its chairman.
Mr. Myers is campaign chair-
man of the Greater Miami Com-
munity Chest, a
former president
of the local Jew-
i s h Federation,
chairman of the
Council of Social
Agencies, and a
member of the
1944 Allotment
committee of the
United Jewish
Appeal. He was
a vice president
and national fi- SUnley c. Myert
nance chairman
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and president of its South-
eastern States Region.
While there was no contest in
the election of Council officers, a
competing slate of 33 was nomi-
nated for vacancies on the Board
of Directors by petition of 18
small communities. However, the
entire group proposed by the
Council's nominating committee
was elected by an overwhelming
majority.
Admittedly the national inter-
est aroused in the vote on na-
tional advisory budgeting attract-
ed the largest number of dele-
gates in the history of the Coun-
cil. The attendance of delegates,
alternates, and visitors numbered
more than one thousand.
DETROIT (JTA)The General
Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds this week decisively de-
feated the national advisory bud-
geting plan proposed by the
Council's board of directors. The
vote was 264 to 53. A motion to
defer the issue was beaten 212
to 101, with 40 delegates abstain-
ing.
A joint statement on the na-
tional advisory budgeting service
was submitted to the delegates
prior to the debate by Jacob
Blaustein, chairman of the Coun-
cil's budget research committee
and Isaac S. Heller, a member of
the Council's board. Mr. Blau-
stein advocated adoption of na-
tional budgeting, while Mr.
Heller presented the arguments
against the proposal.
Agencies Need $140,000,000
National and overseas Jewish
organizations which raised $52,-
000,000 in 1945 are presenting
budgets that are expected to ag-
gregate about $140,000,000 for
1946, Isidore Sobeloff, executive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit, told the
opening session of the Assembly.
Mr. Sobeloff spoke on "Commu-
nity Planning for Financing 1946
Needs."
FACT FINDING CONTINUES
A resolution was adopted
which provided "thai the
Council's fact finding service
be continued and expanded so
that a maximum of available
information on agency pro-
programs, financial expense,
and agency needs is provided
to local communities," includ-
ing audited reports by the
Council s own auditors, eter-
mination of overlapping ser-
vices, gaps in service. At the
same time, the delegates
pledged themselves to recom-
mend to their respective com-
munities to provide sufficient
funds to enable the Council to
implement these services.
UNO BODY DISCUSSES
JEWISH PROBLEM
LONDON (JTA) The UNO
Humanitarian, Social and Cul-
tural Committee this week de-
feated a Yugoslav proposal which
some delegates feared would pre-
vent Zionist propaganda from be-
ing disseminated in camps for
displaced Jews.
Zionist Symposium To Mark 50th ^
Anniversary Herzl "Jewish State"
Various aspects of Zionism will
be dealt with in a symposium
commemorating the 50th anniver-
sary of the publication of Dr.
Theodor Herzl's "The Jewish
State." The symposium will be
held by the Miami Zionist dis-
trict at 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Beth David auditorium.
Speakers who will participate
include Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
representing M 1 z r a c h i ; Abe
Cannes, labor Zionist viewpoint;
Harry Simonhoff, general Zion-
ism. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
moderator.
The Jewish Folk chorus, con-

*
ducted by Louis Powesky. will
sing Palestinian songs.
The local discussion will be
part of a nationwide observance
of the Herzl anniversary in Feb-
ruary and March. "The Jewish
State," which has become the
basic expression of political Zion-
ism, will be re-issued by the
American Zionist Emergency
council this month.
At the district meeting a re-
port of the recent Southeastern
Zionist conference will be de-
livered.
A drive for 1,000 members was
approved by the executive com-
mittee at a board meeting last
week. Ben Essen and Harry
Gelfenstein were appointed by
Hyman Sootin, president, to re-
enroll members of the 1945 class.
Team captains who will work
with Isidor Langner, membership
chairman, are Harry Gordon,
Ernast Sussmann, Louis Margu-
lies and Jerome Weinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
were appointed chairmen of the
annual dinner and concert, pro-
ceeds of which will go to the ex-
pansion fund of the_ Zionist Or-
ganization of America. No date
has been set for the dinner.
Mr. Sobeloff predicted that
American Fund raising capacity
will continue unimpaired. He
emphasized that he made this pre-
diction on the basis of opinions
of leading American economists,
that 1946 will bring a level of
productivity and national income
that will very substantially ex-
ceed prewar levels and compare
favorably with economic activity
during the war period.
Economic Weil-Being of U. S.
The more than 1,000 delegates
from 234 cities attending the con-
ference were warned that a seri-
ous depression of a prolonged
duration could easily become a
basis for a powerful fascist and
anti-Semitic movement in the
United States. This warning was
voiced by Dr. Isador Lubin, for-
mer U. S. Commissioner of Labor
Statistics, addressing the general
assembly on the outlook for eco-
nomic and social progress. He
said that the next 18 months will
determine the eventual course of
American economy.
Sidney Hollander, retiring pres-
ident of the CJFWF, presenting
his annual report, emphasized
that "there will be no security
for Jews, if that security is de-
nited Catholics, Negroes or any
other group that differs in color,
race or custom from the major-
ity." He urged full employment,
better wages, non-discrimination,
health and homes for all groups
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
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PAGE TWO
VeMonaUy. y.p&oSMU}
Miss Revc Martin -
of Mrs. Betty Mo an -- ;; -
Becc- will re roamed to Irv
ing L. Wexler of PeonaDL. to-
morrow evening at the
hotel Rabbi trying >-e;':......;
will officiate. Miss Men
recisterec nurse is former)
Hazehor. Pa. -The engage.
men', of Marilyn Helen Jnge.
dauahter of D:. and Mrs. Jonas
Uncer, c: New ".
Everett G Blasberg was
nouncec recently si a reception
in the home of hei aunt_or1a
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E
Strom, V.:zr.:. 5-: .-.::.
berq is c aradu
State university and serve:. ...
the Army Dental :orps.
Mr. and Mrs Myei Shorot-
skv, Micir.: Beach announced
the engagement of their do
ter, Evelyn, to Dr. Eugene How-
ard, of Chicopee Mass., at a
reception last week. M^s
Shorofsky attends th<
sity of Miami where B
historian c: Alpha Eps
She :s else active m H~.e.
Junior Hadassah a:-..-. Miam:
Beach Jewish Center affairs
Dr. Howard is a graduati
Harvcrd university and :.
ed a doctor of medical
istry decree at Tufts univi
dental school. He is nov
ing post graduate wor*c -"-
orthodontics at Columbia
versity School of Denta!
Oral'surgery. No date has
been set for the wedding
Honeymooning in New York
are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K
who were marriec in Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman's study Saturday
evening. The bride is the for-
mer Bertha Berger. daughter
of the Louis Berqers, C
Ohio. He is the son c: Mr. and
Mrs. William Kotler, 201 S. W
30th rd.
Miss Mary R. Cohen daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Cohen. 343 Lenox ave., became
the br:de c: Arnold Gilman of
Brookline Mass. Sunday eve-
ami Beach Jewish
Cento, Mi and >':s lcu5
S?i! cded the eoupto.
kedfortheW<
Mi Silmc n oi Mr,
-.. _-- G man -"e:-
Mass -
Mm a bor-eyrnoon in Mi
Becc rkandBc*

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sistei Mr. end Mrs
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i s:s:e: Mr
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has dischen
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from the Navy
:: and is
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[] ;it tl. second National
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... the Belmar hotel. 26th st.
Ocean dr., and will be follow-
., n discussion.
lions may be made with
k Weiss, 5-6312. or Mrs.
58-2124. Persons
. ttend the forum only
, barged 50 cents. Price
; :,( heon is $2.75.
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to ADDRESS.
nUel Gamoian of Cin-
)hi educational direc-
Cotnmission on Jewish
. 1923, will be the
kaker at an extraordi-
n,i ,v School Teachers
be held on Wednes-
ng. Feb. 20, at Temple
m 8 to 10 p.m.
Meets for the Seminar
Current Problems of the
Schools" and "Teach-
irish Ideals."
fcioran has lectured on
Sects related to Judaism,
[on, and to child psy-
the large cities of the
tes and in Canada. He
0incnt educator and is
L )n Jewish community
, n community as
the American Jewish
luthor of many books
graphs, among which
fcny nfi Conceptions in
ducation," "Teacher
for Jewish Schools,"
tory Course in Educa-
bthods "f Teaching the
Methods of Teaching
story," and "A Survey
Eigious Schools." He is
or l many articles and
Ei h and in Hebrew.
1 B. Appelbaum of
krai will be chairman
bgi
^atmu in the Seminar
uel J. Borowsky,
lldenl (if the National
OG
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Council for Jewish Education, and
president of the Histadruth Iv-
rith, known throughout the coun-
try for his valuable contributions
in the field of Jewish education.
The Seminar is being spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and its affiliated
schools: Beth David, Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Temple
Beth Sholom, and Temple Israel.
Louis B. Mayer, head of MGM
studios, was telling about his luck
with redheads the other day at
luncheon, meaning his fast horse,
Busher, and Metro's queen. Greet
Garson. Mayer said Miss Garson
was the best bargain. "It's true
that Busher paid her purchase
price of fifty thousand dollars
back many times, but it's also
true that I got Greer Garson for
nothing!"
TO MIAMI BEACH FREEHOLDERS
Regardina BOND ELECTION, February 26,1946
The following names of persons registered as FREEHOLDERS on the City of Miami Beach per-
manent registration books ARE BEING DROPPED FROM THE FREEHOLDERS LIST, as a search of
mJSEwliTZEi -^W rGVeal anY Miami Beach Property their names and THEY WILL NOT BE
ELIGIBLE TO VOTE AT THE BOND ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1946.
unless said persons get in touch with the Registrar's office in Miami Beach City Hall, on or ba.'ore
February 20. 1946. and produce evidence of title to Miami Beach real property.
PHONE 5-6041. Extension 48, for further information
C W. TOMLINSON,
City Clerk & Registrar
PRECINCT NO. 25
Bttwitn 61st S1 rMl and 81th Tarraca
Arnold, Joaeph R., 1161 Bay Drive
Banrlaer, Elrnnor 1'., 1911 Evrrxladrs
Cone.
Brrk. Sonla. 7145 (arhk Ave.
Hrrn.trln, Fannlr. .1.113 Alton 11.1
rlrl Bruat. Mia. 8012 (olllna Avr.
Broat. Wrndrlln. 8812 Colllna Avr.
Hllratrln, Harry, 1011 Hay I r
< Imlnrlll. Adrlla, 1110 Marrlli Dr.
(lark, Joaeph r... 698.1 Ai.ii..ii Avr.
Clark. Lillian ., 698.1 Abbott Avr.
C'ravrr. I .mi-.-, tin.",", Harding Avr.
Crawford, limit., J., 1368 Normandy
Dr.
Dlrnrr. Mai M 030 79th SI.
HI. ii.t. Bar I!.. 630 78th SI.
Dunham, Maori (irovr, 141 77th St.
Ilnnlinni, Thirl O., 141 77th M.
i niuinl..ii. Annr, 7910 Abbott Avr.
I aolkner, John H'., 8139 Abbott Avr.
Faulkner, Mary W.. 8239 Abbott Avr.
flacker, l.oula C. 8314 Pine Trrr Dr.
Fltrpatrirk, \errnn V., 751B IMekrns
Avr.
r'rankrl. Abraham. 1910 Ray Dr.
Krankel. Sophie, 1910 Bay Dr.
Frnat. Lucille ii nil Evrrctadrs
Cnnr.
(irrkrn. Rrirlna, 6760 Alton Rd.
lilhenn. David B.. 511.1 la (iorrr Dr.
(ilraann, Arthur R., l:.:m In (iorrr Dr.
(ilraann. Oertrudr, 15.10 la (inrre Dr.
l.nrtmau. (.rnrrr F., 5137 la (inrre
Dr.
l.iKlmmn, Ivy Marlr, 5237 l.a (iorrr
Dr.
l.otil.l. Joarph, 0749 (olllna Avr.
Ilankry. Drlla. 7124 Bay Dr.
Hankry. Harold, 7121 Bay Dr.
Hrllr. Lilian ('.. S473 N. Ray Rd.
lllrkllnx. F.dnn II 8080 < olllna Avr.
Hh-ahhiirx. Elbe* 1423 Blarriti Dr.
Hlrahnurx. Martin R.. 1423 Blarriti Dr.
Iloltman, Mnrrla, 8010 Abbott Avr.
Jrnnlns, John F.. (Ml Indian Crrek
Dr.
Jrnnlnxa. Carolynne R 6HHI Indlaa
Trrrk Dr.
Johnson. I.atta. 7(111 Hardlnx Are.
Irla, F. V., 5300 I-a (iorrr Or.
Klein. Marv J.. 5300 >a (iorrr Dr.
Kolodin. Mathilda. BHIO llnrdlnc Are."
M.rMill.i... Ada. 821.1 Ahhott Avr.
M,(..-.. Andrrw T.. 70'JO Byron Avn.
Mrrrur. Ma/el B.. 15.15 KvafUaaoa I oat.
Mrrrur, Lew. 153.1 Everxlades Tone.
Mryrr, Cornelius. 7830 Carlylr Avo.
Mryrr, Valeria, 7810 Carlylr Are.
Mill., Hrlrn K S757 Alton Rd.
Mllln. Jr.. William S., 5757 Alton Rd.
Noblr, Crawford M., MOI Plnr Trrr
Dr. Clr. _
Noblr. Sybil. 8401 Plnr Trrr Dr. Or.
Padxrtt. ( harlra, 6945 Rur Vrndome.
Park, Hrlrn C. 341 7Srd St.
Park. Howard I... 341 73rd St.
Parkrr. David H.. 7708 Abbott Are.
Pnlrvltiky. Irrnr M.. 7133 Bi.nlla Dr.
Pollak. Phvllls K., 6830 Plnr Trrr Dr.
Raynor, Edna M.. 6718 N. Bay Rd.
Rrad, Rex D.. 6973 Hardlnr Avr.
Birr, Harold 8., 14(1.1 Da>-tonla Rd
Rlrharda. Mary S.. 914 Mararlllr Dr.
Rlrarn, lliihrrt, 1340 Normandy Dr.
Rlrarn, lawrenrr. 1340 Normandy Dr.
Rlrarn, Martha P., 1340 Normandy Dr.
aim, Georxe A.. 14 Mararlllr Dr.
Srhwartiburi. Florrnrr E.. 5288 Alton
Rd.
Scott. John J.. tISB I* Oorce Dr.
shumrr, Marxarrt, 1804 Rlarrlti Dr.
Shumer. Oarar M., 1804 Rlarrltt Dr.
Hlrnkrr, Jeaa Harris, B14.1 Lakcrtra
Smith, Florrnrr B. M.. 7148 Bay Dr.
Smith, Jack. 17M Blarriti, Dr.
TaHerrh, Joarph. 1100 Blarriti Dr.
Thompeon. Harry T... 6381 N. Bay Rd.
Thompaon. Mamarrt E.. 8381 N. Bar
ToWni Oiarlr. S.. 5331 N. Bay Bd.
Traabr, Rrrar. 713S Ronlta Dr
Tackar. William M.. 144 7th St.
Tanroa, EHtabrth A.. 0950 Byron At*.
Waltrra. IJlllan. 1388 Blarriti Dr.
Ward, Dorothy Leo. 8510 Alllann I>l
Ward, Marir, 1033 Evrraiadra Conr.
Ward, Waltrr R., 1833 Evrrrladra
--aaai* Emma 1L. (831 CaUaa Are.
Wrllla. Ann K.. .17111 Colllna *vr.
Whrrlrr, B. D.. 6384 N. Bay Bd.
wStfarn.: l^!f4rWV "
Wlrtk PMHp W.. 6147 N. Bay Rd.
Wlrth. Sarah E.. 5147 N. Bay Bd.
WH, Ariolph, 1931 Normandy Dr.
Frldbnnm. Samnrl, 3817 N. Mrrldlan
(ialloHay, Allrr ().. 731 W. 34th St.
(anyard, Jamra C.. 640 W. 37lh St.
<...... .......Hi. 4314 Poat Avr.
(..tmiii. i.run,' J., 4344 N. Bay Rd.
lillroy. ii.,...ii,, u., 4114 Shrrldan Avr.
(oldnian. Ruth. 4111 Plnr Trrr Dr.
II,hi,Hi,,,,, Thrlma, 3717 Chaar Avr.
II ii ii-. I ii.t. tin B., 4001 Poat Ave.
Harrla, niiu E., 4801 Poat Avr.
HryMnnit, c. (i., 4531 Pralrir Ave.
lllirlry. Ueo., 614 48th St.
i.iiiM-,,ii. Ham F., H3fi 40th St.
Jonra. I .... T., 4759 ;. Bay Rd.
Kaatnrr. Roar K :'.:. I Flamlnfo Dr.
Klnir, Alfrrd J., 4431 Alton Rd.
KutloH. Ilinjanian. 4201 Mrrldlan Avr.
I m.-rli Lilly M.. 808 W. Slat St.
Ijlflrrty. Robrrl Earlr, 608 W. 51at St.
l.aMontatne, Viola r... 3515 Flamingo
Dr.
i.nni|.r. I.. J., 3830 N. Mrrldlan Ave.
I.arlmrr, Kdltb II 5048 N. Ray Rd.
I.lplon, Frllrr, 3420 Shrrldan Ave.
I.liraa. Katy. 4556 N. Ray Rd.
M..-. ii-, Ii:,m,I, 4300 Poat Arr.
M.i-.'I Rlanrhr, 4444 Poat Ave.
illllrrlrk. Kathryn. 346 34th St.
<>.ii-, Wlllltome P., 4731 Plae Tree
Dr.
I'almrr. l--ll.' M 3818 Flamlnun Dr.
I'atrlrk. Julian II.. 1016 W. 46th St.
I'rtrl, ( harlotir. 4318 Alton Rd.
rntvrll, Alfrrd H., 3714 Royal Palm
Avr.
It.'. I..r. J. I,onion. 616 W. 7th SI.
Klrilry. Rnbrrt II.. 400 41a| St.
Kntharhlld, Krherra >., 3467 Pralrir
Avr.
iioih-i nii.i. Radolph. 3467 Pralrir Avr.
iiiiiim. Harry I., 800 l.akr View Dr.
ttiirv. Klliabrlh. 3791 Royal Palm Are.
Ryan, Hrlrn J., 480,1 Chrrokrr Avr.
Krott, Ruth R.. 3766 Plnr Trre Dr.
-in, i..'. Dnrothy Ann, 4128 N. Mrrl-
dlan Ave.
Hhnynr, Nathan, 4128 N. Mrrldlan Are.
Nhuii. ( hrlallana w.. 4573 Prairie Are.
Nhull. W. T., 4573 Pralrir Are.
Nllvrrhrri. Jark. 4161 Alton Rd.
Mmklni, William M., 36.18 Pine Tree
Dr.
smith, (iraee M 3465 fiardra Are.
.smith. I^nna S., 4136 Chaae Ave.
snydrr, Edward A.. 583 W. 48th St.
i-iiwI.t. Roae, 683 W. 48th St.
Stein. Mllly h 747 W. 60th St.
strlnberic, Fanny. 830 W. 4tnd St.
Strlnbrri, Leo C, 830 W. 4lnd St.
Ihompaon, Julia Lrr. 834 W. 47th St.
ihum.nn, Kathrrlne 8., 4348 Shrrldan
Avr.
a'revrrton, Ediar K.. 3717 Royal Palm
Ave.
Vail, (lay A., 3483 Chaar Are.
Wailarr. Edward, 3714 Sheridan Ave.
Wallnrr. Miriam. 3714 Sheridan Ave.
WanM-rninu, David, 4354 N. Mli'hlian
Ave.
Wairl. Sena, 403.1 Mrrldlan Ave.
WhMr. Roar E.. 4120 Pralrir Ave.
Miiliam.. William. 446.1 Mrrldlan Ave.
Willlamaon. Henrietta B., 3745 Royal
Palm Ave. _
vtllllamann. Joarph O., 3745 Royal
Palm Avr.
Younr. Roar. 4316 Shrridan Av.
Zopnlk, Evrlyn, 4708 Alton Rd. i
PRECINCT NO. 2
Bdwtan 14th ttrnt and lilt Strut
Rarhr. Allee 0..3titrUr^nwo Dr.
naitrlle. Marioa r.. 4488 Pralrir Avr.
Rr^aaTla. laaaore, 34J8 f^^- *";
Rernbc-rm, Birdie, 3758 Jr?*-Pi
Brrnbauni, Bldaey I., 3758 Flan TTOO
Blirhoff, William. HMJrtjMm Am
Blank. David, I^JfT AHpa JM. ^^
Brrnnrr, Harvey M.. 4574 Boyal FaW
Bark?! Charlea *,'' ^ABB" 4%
Hurnham. Emily Waller, 438 W. IT8
Byer". DavM, 4443.Fralr1e Ave. k
ranavaa, Bai, 583 W. 48tfc Sf. T1
Carter. Sne. 3435 Colllna Ave. ^
(llnllt. Jamea O., 4343 N. Bay H".
< limit, Neeaa (i.. 4343 N. Bay Bd.
rir.rn.Joaa Crry. 4327 Poat Avr
Cook. Aaaette M.. 3433 Bayal Fatal
43atl?' Jokn Max, 3413 atayal Pm*.
C. K., 4838 Pla* Trja Dr.
,-!.- M5r a-
'!_..
PRECINCT NO. 28
Belween 15th Street and 23rd Street
Dade Blvd.
Miriini.. Mildred, 1726 Mlclilgnn Avr.
Ahram, Ruth, 172(1 MlihUan Avr.
II.-. k. I li/nii.ih. ll i Jrlfrmon Ave.
Illalnk, .....n. 1836 Jarnra Ave.
Blalrrk, Rrbrcra, 1838 Jarnra A\r.
Hllrhrr Harry, 1502 Jrffrraon Ava.
4 aldwrll, John P.. 1912 Colllna Ave.
i ln.ll.ln, Leo A., 1720 Lrnoi Avr.
< iihiui. Ben I... 220 23rd M.
Encrl, I in HI.-, 1.1.13 Mrrldlan Avr.
Farla, Martin B., 177.1 I r -.. Ave.
Farkaa. (ienmr, 1230 Lincoln Rd.
tarka*. Hrlrna. 1230 Lini-oln Rd.
Frurr, II. il, I'., 1534 Eurlld Avr.
I .ii. r. Iaaar, 1534 Eui'lld Avr.
Frurr. Lillian. 2009 Colllna Avr.
Flrtrhrr, Henry A.. 1607 Waalilnelon
Fllnk, Eaale. 71)0 Hiih St.
Frank, I.. nli. 934 16th St.
i.in. i.i,i.m. fcttlr, IKI9 Mrrldlan Avr.
(oMhnirn, Ma*. 167(1 l^n.n A\r.
(ioldatrln. Martin, 1610 I'rnn. Avr.
(ireenKard, Hrrman n 1510 I'rnn. Avr.
(irrrnirard. Maymr, 1.110 I'rnn. Ave,
(iulrlrvaky, Molly, 250 20th St.
Hamhah. feldrr F.. 10.16 17th St.
Hamhah. Martha Janr. 10,'iH 17th St.
Il.i.k. I. Mary 1... 1623 Wrat Avr.
Kottr. Mary (irarr, 1800 Mrrldlan Avr.
hlipfrr. .Illllll", 236 ;l-l St.
Kupfrr. mi.II.'. 236 21 at St.
Kurland. (inatavr. Ifill Eurlld Ave.
Levitt, Hannah, 1702 Alton Rd.
Lrvltt. Hrrman. 1702 Alton Rd.
Levy, I...in.. 1.142 Jrttoraon Ave.
Levy, Roae, 1542 Jefleraon Avr.
MrDavId, Mariarritr, 162! Mlrhltnn
Avr.
M.l..man. Harry D.. 1701 Mrrldlan Avr.
Mlntirr, Frlda. 15.10 ( olllna Avr.
Morrla, Dorothy. 1.161 l.rno Avr.
Morrta, Harry S., 1.181 l.rno Ave.
iviton. Charlra A.. 1613 Ray Rd.
Prlton, Ida M.. 1613 Bay Rd.
I'ortr, John E., 1920 Llbrrly Avr.
Rohlnaon, Florrnrr S. R.. 1611 Ray Rd.
Hekmleder, Mai, 173.1 Mrrldlan Ave.
Segal, J. Jay. 1525 Mrrldlan Avr.
Srirvan. I Slrrka, Mary (irrtrudr, 162.1 Bay Rd.
Smith, (ilrnn B.. 1801 Mlrhlran Ave.
Sucarman. Erny. 1523 Wrat Ave.
Suiarman. Hrnry. 1.123 Wrat Ave.
Warden, May. 1540 Prnn. Avr
Wardrll, Samurl, 1540 Prnn. Ave.
Warren, Elmer II 134.1 15th Trr.
Wrinkle, Carl, 1710 Lrnoi Ave.
Mrrhrl. Dorothy, 13.12 Eurlld Avr.
Wrrbrl. Crorgr P.. 1551 Eorlld Ave.
Wolkonaky. Joe, 1580 Eurlld Avr.
VranrlB, Mary M., 1853 Waahlnnloa
Vranin, Olon C, 1863 Waahlnaton Avr.
Zwalfler, Morrli, 1530 Prnnaylvanla
Ave.
PRECINCT NO. 27
Between 23rd Street, Dade Blvd. and
34th Street Includlne Sunset and
Venetian Islands
Adler. Jeatle. 3858 N. Bay Bd. ___
American) Martha B., 3138 Reiatta
Bakrr, Bnby Showerf, 3151 afertdlaa
Broad', TOIIe, 338 31ft St.
Carey. Herbert M., 1753 Bay M.
Carpel, Joleea O., 188 E. Saa Maria*
CarVrra. Edwartl B.. 3838 N. .AltonM.
Carrrra. Marir C. *31 N. Altoa R4V.
Cohen. Erna ('.. 18 E. Dl Lido Dr.
Corrman. Charlea. 1031 13th St-
Coleman, Revella (Vim >J8> *
Davla. Louie H., 108 8th Terraee, Dl
l.ldu.
Davla. Nena O.. laoUM.
Dorlrrr. Charlotte. 1771 .^- ""_.
Eaatman. Either C.. MMIN. Alton Rd.
Flnebrnr, Sn'^ey. 1801 Sberidaa Ave.
Hemtnr, Edward E., 1505 W. 33rd St.
KEE&JR Harold. OjDmSoJbgs.
(ilatt. (iarry. 3 Centory Lavae, Belle lal.
Haadelman; Irene N.. 3010 Prairie Avo.
Harbora. Bonnie, 31 Venetian Way.
H?wra. Jra.lr r...ima&*n.
Jaeobi, Janrtte K.. 8438 riamlafo Dr.
Jaftr. Arthur. 7 CaaaaaTi' Jaa3>
Soaaelrn. Flora D., 1787 Purdy Ave.
KiplanV (Irrtrudr. 1480 Flamlato PI.
Kaplan, Otto, 3480 Flamlajra "Fl.
Smmel. Bra.1;. 3155 ITr^t Am
Meyer, Noramaa F., 1884) Weat ava.
Norrle. Mildred >!z,"***!'IZi'
Novlrk. Hrnry. 1818 Falr8Teea Dr.
Kovtek. Natalie, 3838 Fairtreea Dr.
O'Comwr, tmJlJmJbJQL?*
MdTlaM H., 3718 Comaa Avo.
is*- weVasi
nome. Dartd. 8831 Sheridan A.
Slmtowlta- -* M
Sterne
fJtow.
W^'aVy. Irarf0fl8,tWKJj8|^4.
Walaey, Faarl t.. Jfg J JJJ*
witl. Leak, 3178 JJ^'Jr" AJf-
Wonderly. Adele.
Woaderly. Ckarlja
Woroatttw, Cnariea A..
PRECINCT NO. 29
Bdwtan 114k Street and ISth Street
Adler, Lynne. 1351 Colllna Ave.
Belaky. Bate 8.. 1160 Orran Dr.
Berkowlti. Nahan J-. 612 14th PI.
Brown. Charlra. 1135 Wrat Avr.
Brown. Elalr Annr. 1115 (olllni Are.
Brown. William. 1335 (olllna Ave.
Citron, Juilua A.. 1415 Meridian Ave.
Denaw. Ialdor. 1334 Eurlld Ave.
Doyle. Marnarrt. 1315 Colllna Ave.
Klarnberr. Dora. 1408 Colllna Ave.
Evana, Faye, 1318 Prnnaylvanla Ave.
(ler. Jark ft, 868 15th St.
Gold. Ruth. 737 Eapanola Way.
Goldbert. Either Bell. 735 Eapanola
(loldbire. Joaeph. 736 FapanoJa Way.
Goldberc, Lawrence, 735 Eapanola
Grumfwerf. Samnel M., 1238 Drexel
Ave.
Hrltnrr, Carrie. 1315 Flamlnfo Way.
Hrrman. Fannlr. 1113 Meridian Avr.
Horowlti, Dorothy, 1338 Pennsylvania
Horow'lti. William, 734 15th St.
Horwlti, Edward. 1338 Penniylvaala
Ave.
Jarki, Betty. 1855 Pennsylvania Ave.
Jarka. IxmiU A., 1355 Prnnaylvanla
Ave.
Kaplan, Athyle Koeh. 1338 Prnnaylva-
Kapian,'Harry M., 1138 Pennsylvania
KIprf'Doratka D.. 1343 Drew! Ava.
KIpp. Edl.on. 1341 Drexel Ave.
KrUfler, Joaeph, 1314 Alton Rd.
Krlrllrr. IJlllan, 1314 Alton Bd.
t>rln, MaarKe. 1407 Colllna Ava.
Levin, Barak. 1487 (olllni Are.
Marrolll, Franrra, 1337 (olllna Ava.
Medalrk. Samurl, T81 14th St.
Obrraon. Jack, 134 Alton Bd.
Prliman, Baa*. 631 Eapanola Way.
Iteekaoa, Marray M.. 1433 Colllna Ave.
Banana, Cbarlea, 1348 Eurlld Ava.
BOilman Bather C. 1348 Euclid Ava.
Sehank. Edna, 134 14th St.
SJkaeldrr. Morrla. 1341 Meridian Ave.
Bagai, Stanley, 1211 Alton Bd.
nan, Samuel R., 1331 Faaaaylra-
'. Baaaah. 811 Eapanola Way
a B., 1386 Alton Rd.
a, 1335 Drexel Ava.
. Conine Avo.
1381 OoClna Ave.
PRECINCT NO. 30
Between 7th Street and I ltd Street
Rndcriuan. Lilian (;., 1005 I'rnnsvlv a-
n'a Avr.
Bnlluril. Irnnrrv A.. 710 lefferaaa Ivr.
Bollard. I'vul ('.. 710 Jrf(,-nnin Avr.
I a-ilmid. Iliini. ,'. 7:11 ( illlna Avr.
Cohrn. ."orris. Hill Jrircraon Avr.
( ullH-rt. I i:..... Hill \\ ;i-ti ii. i 'i. Ave.
c ..!.. ,i. r-.-.v J., Boa W'aanlnrton Ave.
i r .....'ii Kuthrrlnr. 12H Kth St.
I,. :.,. Harry, 88.1 Mirhl :in tve.
Elsrn.tnt. Irvlm. 10(1 I0'h st.
Ensrllirrr, Tlllir. IMIll ICfferaOB Avr.
t'vuna, ((i.ldlr. 761 Jrffrr-on Avr.
Evrna, Ida. lot).', 8th St.
i .''.I.n.iii. Svlvia. 538 loth St.
I rlrdman. -iiimi.t. HI'J '.rn ,\ Avr.
Irishman. Srymntir. 910 Kurlld \vr.
(nhfiah. Hrlrn. 808 peanaylvaala Avr.
/ lea*. rvr':-.~. '.' .
(.,,i,i-i.-,n. Bat, 7.1.1 Meridian Avr.
flrlrr, Btty, 8.11 Mrrlillun Avr.
Uroaaman, William K.. im.i m.-1.... ,,.
Il.-lliii.in. Jack. 729 E- 'II Avr.
.lull-. Solomon. 711 mill St.
I..mini.Hi. JoM-ph ( .. 7111 Ulth SI.
Krntiah. Roae. 93.7 Meridian Avr.
Lrvln. Nathivn. 831 .Mi.li'tnn Avr.
l^vlnr. Hyman, 1l-9 Mlrhilian \vr.
Mankra. Bcsslr. 1813 l-roox Avr.
Mankra. Ilrnnnn. 1012 l ,,,", Avr.
Mlilrr. Wayne, s-.'i titan Rd.
Mlni-nlH-n:. Benjamin. 7-K Jrttrrvoa
Avr.
Mnrrla. Edward A KM nth SI.
Morris. Jarnh II !ll V. i,i".:l"'. \vr.
Morris. I.iiiorn. 03H loth St.
M.iT. Mhmaa, n:"! Mirhican Avr.
Itulttnrr. Fred, XII Earlld Ivr,
Itatni-. Ml-hI. Kin Mirhlntn 1-r.
Ravvlil, Edward. 320 Alton R.ad.
Rohrrlat, Edward A., 'i .' W .i.liu,..i ,n
Avr.
Rodin. Juilua. 827 Irf'nnv Avr.
Ilo.l'ii. IJhblr. 8^7 I. nnv Avr.
Ito-.ii. I.,-,.. 83| l,rn. \ Avr.
Mailer, ItrlM-rra. 106(1 (Irrnn Dr.
sir. Anna. 028 Eurlld vr.
Sklar. Joarph. 11II 8lh St.
Tamrn. Ilavld II., "IX (Ir.-an nr.
I. ii. ii.... .ii. il,...... 037 Mrrldlan Ave.
Mil/, r Anna. HOI llrran Dr.
Tnpolskv. Sol. 928 llrran Dr.
,v.-iiii,.T-. Irvine. 720 llrran Dr.
Wrio.r. Harry, *':i l'h St.
Wrlnklr. Doria Allen. 833 Wrat Avr.
Urlaamon. Hrrman. 901 Eurlld Avr.
Whitman, David. 848 Eurlld Avr.
Whitman. Jrannr. 818 Euclid Ave.
Woir, Mrver J.. 939 Alton Hd.
WnKann. Nettle, 113.1 Ulth SI.
Young. Emma P., 102.1 Mlcblian Ave.
PRECINCT NO. 31
Between 3rd Street and 7th Street,
Includlne Star, Palm and Hibiscus
Islands
Rrown. Ethel. 826 Mrrldlan Avr.
Brown. Mrndrl. 628 Mrrldlan Avr.
Daltrh. Hyman. 310 Mrrldlan Avr.
Dallrh. Rrberra. 310 Mrrldlan Avr.
11,-Ilr... ,|. Alrx A.. 542 Jrftrrann Ave.
Drutarh. Anna. 310 Mrrldlan Avr.
n.Huir. Hn/.'l I... 150 S. lllhlarua Dr.
Dunlap. Rav F... 1211 Sth St.
Frlrdbrn. Mayahlr. 428 Mrrldlan Ave.
Fiirdheri, Hoar. 416 Meridian Ave.
i ii.ii-..n. Mai II.. :I53 Mrrldlan Ave.
Furaah, Jarnh. 600 Eurlld Avr.
t.niiiiii. Paul A.. :W5 Jrflrraon Ave.
(iallat. Frank. 336 Colllna Avr.
liorrhofaky. Sophia. 650 Euclid Ave.
i.r,'.'ii-l. In. Charllr. 629 I^nov Avo.
Oravc, Harry I... 514 Ocran Dr.
Ilamhrlrk. Irrnr. 180 S. lllhlarua Dr.
Hanarn. Walter. 814 Ocean Dr.
lllrsrhrnaoha. Hyman, 657 Mlrhlian
Avr.
Hoilcr. Alice. 318 Euclid Avr.
Howard. Eunice B.. 300 Mrrldlan Ave.
Kavrtaky. Harry. 718 6th SI.
Iranian. Carroll I... 340 S. Hlblarua lal.
I .liini.ii. Brtty Dorothy. MX' 6th St.
I^lbman, Joaeph. 860 Ocean Dr.
^m. C. Roy. 410 Mrrldlan Ave.
Marakla. Victor F., 619 1.,-oi.v Ave.
Mark. Lllllnn. 618 Euclid Ave.
Mai. Fannie. 304 Ocean Dr.
Mrlirath, I ih.l. 60 Star laland.
Mri.rath. Robert. 60 Star laland.
Mlilrr, Rrbrrca. 335 Waahlnxlon Ave.
Miller, Samuel. 335 WaaMnxton Ave.
Modrlrvska. Itlala. 551 Euclid Ave.
Naaxenxaat. William. 636 Euclid Ave.
Herri-, Marxarrt I... 608 Eurlld Ave.
Reere. Paul. 608 Eurlld Ave.
Rrlmrr, Helen 8., 514 Orran Dr.
Nrhrlh, Wllllalm A.. 844 Meridian Ave.
Srltlln. Sylvia. 317 Jeftrraon Ave.
Shunow. Minnie. 410 Jrffrraon Ave.
Sllvrratrln, William. 318 Euclid Ava.
Sir, (ioiiir. 306 Euclid Ave.
Stanley, Nettle J.. 140 6th St.
Stanley, Seth A.. 340 5th St.
Strlnhardt. Juilua. 630 ftth St.
Faylor, Jack D., 835 Lrnnx Ave.
Taylor, Mildred M., (35 l/mt Ave.
Wann. Samurl O.. 345 Mrrldlan Ave.
Ware, Jr.. John H.. 11 Star Island.
Vounjelaon. Max, 368 Eaclld Ava.
V2*rV*
I*
PRECINCT NO. 32 ,
South of 3rd Street
Benjamin. Ida Miller. 388 Euclid Ava.
Dulha, ( yrua J., 38 8. Collins Ave.
Dulba. Marxarrt, 30 8. (olllna Ave,
Fielder, Edward G., 811-817 Commerce
Bl.
Fielder, Ruble. 811-817 Commerce St.
Koran. IsraW D., 315 Mlrhlian Ava.
Nicholson, Laara. 31* Alton Bd.
Knee. Elia H.. 845 Commeree St.
Nace, Haael. 845 C^mnerre St.
Stabler. Esther. 137 Meridian Ava.
Traarlf, Sophie, 815 1st St.
Ws^row, Lloyd, 1(3 CoOlaa Ava.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUA^.
PAGE FOUR
Conference to Convene
For Third Session
New York" Problem
facing Jews the
Cve of the : rth I m
conference, wil
the-.
Jewish Conferen* l
Clevelan I *
light fpMt
establishment I
den .
States, the accredit
of A:
..._- rnnv
ber-
CorJ
New Spiritual Leader
To Wed Sunday
and ^rray Gj
is the daughter of
nger and Rabta
50 of the
, The newlyweds are ex-
BEACHWARNS
ON BOND VOTEb
. h f"r0Chnldcrs who
Miaroi Beach reen feb
wiU be out of the cwr S2__
26 when the CltyS V[l on,
SSo.000 bond

ure
the
an imj

......-
tne Arr.eri
__on irrce:
ten : .- '.
__- ist n faced
An
ntwJewii
Dr. Zalrr
re-ele I '
mittee of L rated
van:;,, is flyii C
Muni
ewery the needs
the disi I Jews A I
prisoner i I the Nazis n the I
ehau concentrati
Grmberg our.
saved hundrc Is of
last days of tl
paign in Bavaria :-
handed captun.
hospital in St. Ott..
Cantor Mamches Stars
In Artist Program
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Sist.
, for the benefit
mud Torah on Sund.
The elaborati
. at the lynag gue
590- have Feal
a" will R^-
Mamcl wl
lions. V-
., Mr. Alex
. flutist, and
orchestra Man) I
Mh( luted 1
thi iffair.
- 5, rhood is also planning
.- to be held on M
. the Moose hall, 420 S. *
_______
public 1
n
. oooo
water v
M| nson says rne pu
'
ild h.
t in every d tail."
West Flagler Expects
Record Mutud Play
A new state record in mutuel
play ,d attendance la certain to
rked up in the record books
West Flagler Kennel club
its 194M season on Feb.
Th. M.uk's present season mut-
lav already la more than
lion dollar, ahoad of the
. I(i season In 1943-44
!v ten million dollars
u tend. 1hc mutuel play
-xpeeted to hit Close
,,, sis.000.000 or slightly better
than all-time state record.
The highest single night mut-
... ,, as n dosing night last
,n $234,000 was sent
the mutuel windows. It
ted that on closing night
;.,,more than $250,000 will
I t the West Flagler
k.
Annual West Flagler Der-
,11 be the closing event of
.. season and will bring
one of the greatest field
inds ever assembled on
. greyhound track.
.!, Sher and William L.
Huntley, owners of the Flagler
track, have doubled the purse to
the Derby this year.
Federation Trad, ,
Division Meet, S^
The Fruit ShippersfiJ1
the 1946 CmbiS ,>i
peal will meet on Su2S
ruy 17 at thehoS7
man Archie Brick
Avenue at 2 p.m.'to
Manfred Am, V,enn^
and student of Jewish^
This Division, which kLl
the forty trades diSiJ
campaign, has as i^1
workers: Emil Cohen L Ri
man. Max Goodnna, 11
Sam Simon and Seym^S
MELVIN BLANKBAB.
MITZVA ANNOUNCE |
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel!
1801 S. W. 3rd Street
the confirmation of tw!
Herbert Melvin. Confm
services will be held S^
morning February 23rdl7|
Miami Jewish Orthodox (J
gation. A receptioa wjh
place Sunday evening U
24th at thi Police Be*
Ass'n Hall.
SOLAR WATER SL
Repaiis of All M
Boosters Installed
DON S. COLEMAH
Phone 4-7415
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Up***"
WORKERS VERBAND
INSTALLS OFFICERS
--------- i
The Workers' Verband insti
officers at a meeting lasi
day at the Beach "Y.
chosen were S. Ashki
man; S. Zabarsky, vici
Max Hantm in, final
tary: A. M. D ft
retary: H. Sei ta tn r: Dr.
Harry H. Queen, hospitalei H
Seitlin, National Fund i h
The Cultui I i ""
Max Shub w A Liel
Friedman.
Mr. A. Hemlin, ol "' i
installed the following
H. Abrams, Yetta Davids n F
Horowitz. Saul Kahlenber- S
phia Lewitt. Lena Minses, I
Israel Paley. Anna S n. Hell
and Joseph Yampi Isky, i
Israel.
Mr. Max Rudci f thi
tional office presented a Goldei
Book Certificate to a L
Labor Zionist worker, Mr. B
Mininberg. and paid tribute to th<
recipient for his untiring efforts
on behalf of the organization.
Two hundred guests were pres-
ent to hear the | which
included musical presentations by
Rev. Maurice Mamches. Anyuta
Melicov and A. M. Dorff.
- Ion As h, noted
1
Beth
e a re-
t on the A
'
X t $22 i was
t thi
Mayl
- u k pm hairman

...
N.J.. the guesl h< -
ghter, Mr. and Mi
ri S :
ST it., is
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in ai
M "' Silver-
-
tel. Mrs. Leo 1
:
tel recovi ing fi
-
B
ng at thi
.
it An llery bat-
Martii
. I is a membei was n cently
: vith 1
. le Li Gold is
n of Mi nd Mrs. I. G
Hammor nd ha been sta-
.i. Ma)
194J
I. as been releas-
I and
il: ry Leibi
vit. : nagement of the
Wintei Ros hi tel.
l.i *
'' '' York He wai
li i- bj thi ill
s broth< r, Ben, but I
Bessie V. Friedman,
Bei
.....ho n it 636 l>
nberg of Montcl I I i the hospit
M Irving
;.: n Durh. N.C., his I
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f. FEBRUARY 15, 1946
-Jen 1st) fkrid/nr
i Elects Spaet
s March Dinner
bid Spact was elected presi-
f0f the Jewish Home for the
,t a meeting of newly
L/d.rectors. Others elected
| yen's term
i Trail, Dan-
, Broad and
Bear, vice
jents; Sam-
kittcr. treas-
j0Cl Zalis,
icial secre-
Mrs. Ben-
i Sherry, re-
ng s e c r e -
Mis. Ben-
A p P C 1 HarOld Sp.lt
ponding secretary,
let's selection follows a pe-
|oi intensive community en-
and considerable effort in
of the Aged Home during
hanization period.
membership is planning a
at the Beachcomber for
10.
iter Young People'!
jue Installs Officer*
fcntly elected officers of the
E People's league, headed
pome Meltz, will be installed
[o r m. Tuesday at the Miami
Jewish Center.
|jbi living Lehrman will de-
Ian address and the officers
jiembers of the league will
leeted by representatives of
Renter Sisterhood and the
Ei beard of directors. Danc-
Dd refreshments will follow
retaliation ceremony.
Ins are being developed for
|ganization of a little theatre
for members of the league.
sic association club is also
>rganized.
r officers to be installed
|Mi.ss Selma Lewish, vice
lent; Miss Roslyn Kivel,
spending secretary; Miss
Raskin, membership sec-
and Gcrshon Miller, treas-
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Utltt *or treatments of acute
|cal. and convalescent caaee
clally equipped for care of
|ous and mental disorders,
and alcoholic habits. Pay-
|herapy, Hydrothsrapy and
|tric-Snock therapy scisntlfic-
Ivtn.
[P. L. DODGE. M. D.
bd.'fll Director and President
* N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 202439-1042
Open to Members of
ie County Medical Assn.
PAGE FIVE
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BRAND SEER
Mokst New Friend*
Good Friendt
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JSk
sCT
With Our Film Folks -
Asked why he ducked out of
New York before the opening of
his musical comedy, "Nellie Bly"
(which closed soon after opening
and cost him about a quarter of
a million dollars), Eddie Cantor
replied: "The reason is very
simple. I was due in San Fran-
cisco to speak for the United
Jewish Appeal, an obligation I
feel more important to keep than
a first night at the Adelphi. I've
seen the showI'm satisfied that
it's goodthere's nothing else I
can do. The verdict rests with
the critics. But I do sincerely
feel that I can do some good try-
ing to raise money for a cause so
desperately in need."

Georgie Jessel tells about the
much-married actress applying
for a marriage license. "Been
married before?" asked the clerk.
"Yes," she said. "And to whom?"
queried the clerk. "What is this,"
snapped the actress, "a memory
test?"

MacKinlay Kantor, brilliant
young Jewish writer, arrived in
Hollywood the other day for final
huddles with Samuel Goldwyn
and Director Willie Wyler on the
making of his original story,
"Glory For Me." While here
from the East, he will also talk
with 20th Century-Fox on the
filming of his untitled autobi-
ography, which 20th owns.

The announcement by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer of Joe Rutten-
berg as cameraman on "Beloved
Stranger," the Greer Garson-
Robert Montgomery starer, marks
Ruttenberg's seventh consecutive
motion picture with the actress.
Incidentally, it was just seven
years ago that Joe filmed Greer
Garson's first American screen
test! Georgie Cukor, who did
such a terrific job with "Winged
Victory" and "Gaslight," is set to
direct the picture.

Sophie Tjacker writes that as
soon as she winds up at the Latin
Quarter in Miami, she'll be head-
ing for Hollywood to confab with
RKO about her screen autobi-
ography, "Some of These Days."
She writes: "Yes, old Soph will
be in there as herself, but only
for the tee-off and fadeout. An
unknown youngster I'm helping
to find and groom myself will
carry the major portion of the
story."
SPINOZA FORUM
ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE
Rosenwald, Lazaron
Repeat ACJ Principles
A restatement of the principles
of the American Council for Ju-
daism was made by Lessing Ros-
enwald, national president, dur-
ing the meeting held last week
at which he and Rabbi Morris S.
Lazaron were guest speakers. The
Council opposes a Jewish state in
Palestine and defines Judaism as
a religion only.
Rosenwald denied the state-
ment, attributed to him, that
Americans who a"re Zionists are
un-American. He reported that
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Prof. Edward Clarke of the
University of Miami, will review
the book "The Young Cosima"
by Henry Richardson this
Saturday at 3 p.m., at the Spinoza
Forum, under the canopy, on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, 11th st., between
Collins Ave. and Ocean dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
For Brotherhood Week, Dr. An-
drew W. Gottschall of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews will address the Spin-
oza Forum the following Tues-
day evening, Feb. 19th, Dr. Rob-
ert W. Anderson will lecture on
"The Natural Diet of Men."
Wednesday evening, Feb. 20th
Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture
on "The Art and Science of Liv-
ing." Charles H. Lee serves as
chairman.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program
chairman, will review David
Meckler's "Miracle Men" at a
meeting of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood at 8 p.m.
Monday.
The program will be followed
by a social hour and refreshments.
Mrs. Joseph Rose will preside.
the Council has a membership
which numbers between 10,000
and 11,000. The group has set a
quota of $300,000 for carrying on
its work.
Dr. Lazaron, a former Zionist,
said he is convinced a Jewish
state in Palestine is not in the
cards. He suggested that the
problem be taken care of by the
United Nations.
Herbert U. Feibelman called
the meeting to order. Rabbi Carl
Herman of Palm Beach intro-
duced the speakers and acted as
moderator. Application cards for
membership were distributed.
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VOLUME 19
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Personally Speaking Noted Jewish Actor Makes
Appearance Here for JNF
"BROTHERHOOP-A CHALLENGE"
This is Brotherhood Week-in the new Atomic Age,
is a challenge worthy of Americans. Can we work toqelhe
wit? our neighbors at home and abroad a an era o
peace and prosperity such as the world h
shall we muff the peace and plunge the v
destruction? In a few months or years we may no longer
the choice. Just now its still up to us.
We know we must get along with other nations, in B]
the fact that their languages, their customs and even their
political systams are different from our own il not De
as difficult as it sounds. Fcr ip begin.=
America is a great laboratory. We have a ready learned
understand and respect many different peopie the neighbor
down the block who attend a different chuich, the folks c
next sheet who uses strange seasonings in '.heir food, the little
colored boy in the some grade with Junior.
War brought the people of this country closer together than
ever before. We worked together, Ccthol.c Piotestant and
Jew; white, black and yellow: native and foreign-born. Togethei
we defeated the enemy in spite cf every effort tc divide us As
President Truman puts it: "The armies oi od Nations won
a conclusive victory over the forces of tyranny which exploited
racial and religious hatred to divide th> world and destrc.
dom."
Brotherhood Week reminds us that we must maintai
unity if we are to win the peace. The conquest of the atom
heralds unheard-of wonders- or swift and total destruction
Tomorrow we will live in "one worldor none. Either we work
together as equal citizens of that world, or there will be nothing
left to work in.
What world-citizenship can mean is demonstrated in the
realm of medicine where the practical benefits of brotherhood
are felt by every one of us. An Englishman developed the vac-
cination for smallpox; a French chemist produced the cure for
rabies: the discoveries of a Japanese and a German guard our
children from diphtheria; pellagra is being cured todav because
of the researches of an Austrian. These men-end trousands
like them of every race and creednever thought in terms of
national boundaries, reliqious Groupings or racial differences.
They were servants of all mankind.
Such is the harvest of brotherhood the only harvest that
can bring us lasting peace
DER JUDENSTAAT
Jewry is now marking the 5Cth anniversary cf the publica-
tion of Der Judenstaat by Theodor Herzl.
Der Judenstaat is perhaps not the best of Herzl's works
r or literary quality his Altneuland undoubtedly surpasses it
yet it may be said to the credit of Der Judenstaat that from il
dates the modern political Zionist movement
Others had anticipated Herzl. in a sense, of course. The
little work on Auto-Emancipation by Leo Pinsker is a classic"
of BUS f70i(Ce 'rPinSker T*0* never '-^hed ou side
of the pale of Eastern European Jewry.
It was the achievement of Herzl that he made all of world
5H" we"as ,he Chris,i" "">" 5tda
earlier to the same conclusions as Herat COnie
Seitlin, and sister. Shirley, be-
fore resuming his studies at
Tulane university. New Or-
leans. Seitlin served in the
Pacific th
of war for almost two
before enterinq I -p ,e
leted three ears of pro-
ne. Also
, he. sister,
Mrs. P. : if New York.
Mrs Weiss, Mrs. Seitlin and
Miss 5 II AY '0 Havana
I (or a few days' vaca-
tion.
After serving two years in
the Navy,! '
i
Charles M. Pen to n as an
changi "lives
md dauqhler at
34 S W, Third st. C pi
:
Mr end Mrs. Charles M.
has rece i dis-
rrge from the Army after
md has left
!or New York where he will be
:er of Mcx Fine Movie
Display H ":ie and young
son will join hir ril .
id Mrs. Mortimi
".-....
[ their pai
N. E
Both sens were recently
released from the Ai
AROUND THE TOWN
Barbara Loeb dauai
Mr. and Mrs Lewis Lor-:
Dolores Mininson, dauqhter o'
he Nathan Mininsons, of M;
ami Beach, have enrolled a'
Camp Skylark, Hendersonviile
N. C. for the coming summer
reason.
as ii
Champaign, 111., this week tc
attend the graduation of her
daughter. Y.. ; m the Uni
versitv of Illinois M.ss Cirlin's
oarents Cirlin
live c: !_54 Me n ave.
Rabbi and Mrs. A. Gold
beraer. 1013 Euclid ave., ar
-elebratinq the return ol the
wo sons from the service. The
elder son Arthur Wil
a member of the famous lit!
>f the first three Miami
'rooters to enter Tokvc
'he surrender Sat. Dave H
Ooldbercer flew from Burmc
-"reive his discharge.
"unveiling
ol the season's tcned-
tivities of the Jewish
W .rkers' Alliance will
trical performance at
Beach High school on
vening, Feb. 20.
Ihe Jewish National
I will include the
,r of Yiddish and
Jacob Hen Ami.
isted by a company
n program <>f one-
Supporting him will
v ti l, AI Harris and an
etei of songs from
Sarah Osnath Halovy.
Jacob Ben-Ami, wh^l
successfully with ^>J
Theatre Gu.1.1 and &>>'
enne-s Civic Rep2*l
has to his credit
N
cent parformance! J*\
Langes," "Samson and r3l
Tolstoy's -Th,. I.,vini!r>'
Hirshbem's <;,,"fe'll
Eugene OTieiTi "WeiS M
Adolf Abra*JJ^I
chairman and is assistorM
Hairy Queen and AfeKiH
Amlin, of N.-w. Yorf*!*!
guest speaker duringV*1
mission. ne %!
National Ad
visory
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
as the basic means of fighting
anti-Semitism in the United
States. "Only in an America
fully united is there hope that
the problem of the Jew will dis-
appear," he said.
Joseph Willen. executive vice
chairman of the New York Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies,
warned that the economic well-
being of America is a most im-
portant factor in the crushing of
anti-Semitism, and that the solu-
tion of the deep racial and na-
tional tensions of America are
beyond the Jews as Jews alone.
We must merge with our fellow-
men in the struggle to build a

and more
America," he said
Program for Relief
LA" ,"'':''' n;P';int Program for
the relief, rehabilitation and ,,-
settlement of the 1,400,000 sur-
wing Jews in I
carriedI on by American ,
through the Sioo.ooo.ooo nation
I Wlde United Jewish Appeal was
to the General' 2
Jewish Appeal; Rabbi 2*g
Dr. William HaberTof tht'uS
vtrs.ty of Michigan, former d "
of wa0fmanpOWerin^Orce
ofrWar Manpower and Reco"
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Sgt. Leonard H. Glusei
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ida
, ....."" /trim- am
many. After receiving his
/ Camp BlJ
he
Visited hi ..... o'andinj;. he
* then- Beach

Grundwergs Celebrate
Bar Mitzva In New York
son of Mr.
iel M tlrundwerg
hotel, became Bar
thi Congregation Sons
!'.....klyn Jan. 26.
,lil ... read the Maftir
and Davoned Mus-
.: large audience of
lives and congrega-
bers.
Ii i ai Kaplan ad-
Sa il in Hebrew, giving
mmendation to his
Mr. and Mrs. Ch.
with whom
ii attending the
itbush.
On I wing day a rccep-
al Schraeters in
bbis Kaplan and
Ii hi of the Yeshiva
were guest
. aduation from
Yi shiva, Saul in-
Beth Hame-
n of the Yeshiva
Mi v York, where
M i 5 Joseph, is a
Iwerg boys re-
Hebrew train-
M A Bmanuel of
-om
bined
CONTINI'EO FROM PAQE 1)
I to the drive for
hotel, Ban-
l'- relay Shun- hotel,
Blai kstone hotel,
Charles hotel,
n Apartment
i oteL Crom-
' Ion Arn hotel.
;. Governor
hotel, Greyatone
U I, Han ison
tei hotel, Man-
Milburn hotel.
I Netherlands hotel.
ti I, Normandie
Grande hotel, Ocean
' P nciana hotel.
hotel, Princess
hotel. Rich-
:' Ritz Carlton hotel
t" !. Royal Palm
I hotel, South
ereign hotel,
I. Tides hotel.
hotel. White
' and Winterhaven
kcviiis ineir R
1" ln< Ln veiMtv ,i
p^. .c fCf-^ai?"
"pfi home on 1, ,
!h(' next month Vi! :,hl"
Hebrew School Group
T' Hear Reports
w School and
m will hold a
Wednesday eve-
20th at the Bis-
120 N.W. 15th ave.
IT H
" Chairman will
' on what their
ve accomphshed
ning f the vear.
' in charge of the
. B" which is to be held
'"'"' M-ose Hall. 420
will hold a meat-
evening, February
Myron "f M' ** Mr*
SuE -^-0.hst.M,-
host'tX'Si R,',ansky be
reguhr m..?-rganuat,on aft" the
from SZZ& h8S JUSt returned
BrotherKood
(CONTINUErTT^OM P0t J
have been placed In men's,
implements of destruction
are too potent and fearful!
race to possess without ad-
safeguards of moral and i
unity.
The Nation;,! Conference
Christians and Jews is
ately trying to i nlist atle
million Americans during!
arhOOd Week, to pledge ta
selves to national unity onj
basis:
I pledge myself to fa
America free from the diual
of hate that destroyed EuroitI
In good heart I pledge ml
my fellow-Americam ill ia|
rights and dignities I desire far |
myself.
And to win supoorl for Uwta |
principles across the lead, I
join the American Brotherhood
sponsored by the Nalionil C
ference of Christians ind Jen
President Truman is the hj
orary chairman f Rrotherhtsil
Week; Honorabli Mi.mld Stasnl
is chairman. Associated al
Mr. Stassen are Mr Basil O'Cos-l
nor, Mr. David I I, Sclzmck all
Dr. Henry N ble McCrackal
president of Vassal college.
In Florida, former Gov. Spal
sard Holland is state charaal
Dr. Bowman Ashe, president cfl
the University of Miami. isDsk|
county chairman.
Every collage and universtj.1
every high school, all P-T. Ail
all service luncheon clubs, ill
chinches, all women's orgamaj
lions and other groups inFionail
have been asked to devote thai
February meeting" to theobserfj
ance of Brotherhood Week
In Miami's citations ford**]
guished services will be presenwl
to Daniel J. Mahoney, HenrfH
Hyman and Dr .! unesT.WH
The annual Biotl.erhood *j
Banquet will be hi I I at the M*l
Woman's Club on Feb. 21 atW
p.m. Command.,:' R. R-E-*
met, Great Lakes Naval SUtt
will be the speaker.
In Tallahassee. Dr. Willis"*]
Ryan, national director ol j
Conference program f"rthe^
ed services, will spend tnre*"rl
with the faculty and studa*
Programs of an intensive naw
will be carried on in }*'~'\
villa, Orlando, Tampa. IWJ |
Beach, St. Petersburg, fort"^
erdale. Palm Beach, Hollys*|
and other centt i>
Further information can be^
cured by calling A"***,*-
Gottachall. 1010 Tan W*
Bank building. TelephoneJ*
Servicemen Problem
Is Lecture Topic
I
A minister and a chaplain I
discuss "This Problem **a
turning Serviceman ])rg0-
ami Beach Jcwisli ( enter
9 p.m. Wednesday. g^j
Guest speakers will ^'"^i
Harold Scott of the UDgJ
church and Chap lain ^
Frank. U.S. Army. Harold I""
will be moderator. ar,gi\
Thu is the fifth 'n "^ 11
forums concerned witn
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PAGE SEVEN
i Wins Award
(jWB Services
i Oberdorfer award "for out-
nu effort in serving mem-
,f ihe armed forces" will be
Cted t<> the Greater Miami
.v. lVy committee of the Na-
jewish Welfare board, ac-
l Donald Oberdorfer,
Dresident of the JWB and
, f the Fourth Service
[gnd (southeastern region).
' |etter to Sam Blank, chair-
bf the local service commit-
Wdorfer said that a plaque
^rtificate will be sent to the
bin, e on the basis of work
the three month period
Jan. 31, 1946. The award
i, lour times a year in the
eastern region.
rdorfer said that programs
s for the armed forces
ontinuing on a high level
Ihoul the area.
ocal Army-Navy commit-
.ii(l its services to the
ili,- veterans' hospital in a
. ni to Lt. Col. William E.
;i. Iiospital manager, by
hulman, executive secre-
I tin' committee which is
nly Jewish agency accred-
r the veterans' admin-
iori. The committee is
nan for the JWB and the
I. War Veterans.
Prominent Cantor In Local Appearances
jrnees to Organize
recent meeting of the
Chapter, B'nai B'rith
W imen, returnees among
,ne former AZA boyX
ight together to organ-
a B'nai B'rith Young men's
in Miami. An organization
11 be held on Wednes-
] Feb. 20, at the Y.M.H.
HI5. Jack Dayan was ap-
temporary chairman,
ai B'rith Young Men is an
i' of B'nai B'rith, organiz-
boys from 18 to 25. Its pro-
xies athletic, cultural,
ms, service and social as-
lerzl and Political Zionism"
le topic Mrs. Dorothy
eger Fink has chosen to
jss for the Miami Group of
idssah at its meeting Mon-
afternoon at the Miami Y.
social hour and refresh-
its from 1:30 to 2 p.m. will
cede the meeting, accord-
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Samuel Vigoda, cantor and con-
cert singer, will present a con-
cert of Hebrew, Yiddish and
classical selections with Cantor
Louis D. Feder at the Beth Jacob
synagogue at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Cantor Vigoda recently re-
turned from an extended concert
tour of South American countries,
including Argentina, Brazil and
Uruguay. He has composed many
hymns and Jewish songs.
Cantor Feder is associated with
Beth Jacob, having come here
from Ossining, N. Y. He received
his musical training in Hungary
and New York.
Tickets are available at the
synagogue office.
Cantor Samuel Vigoda will be
presented in a concert of Pales-
tinian and Jewisn ToIR songs and
cantorial music 8 p.m. Monday at
Beth David synagogue. He will
be assisted by Cantor J. Levine,
of New York, and Cantor A. S.
Friedman, musical director of
Beth David.
A Victor recording artist, Can-
tor Vigoda received his early
fame in Europe. He was formerly
chief cantor of the Arena Temple
in Budapest and in 1926 became
cantor of Ohab Zedek, first Hun-
garian congregation in New York.
Scientist to Describe
Atom Energy For Club
"Atomic Energy for the Lay-
man" will be described by Dr.
Charles H. Lee at a meeting of
the Men's club of Temple Israel
8 p.m. Monday at Kaplan hall.
Dr. Lee is an engineer, scientist
and lecturer.
Temple Israel Honors
Kin Oi Servicemen
Invitations have gone out to
the more than one hundred wives
and mothers of service men and
women from Temple Israel, to
the meeting and program that
has been arranged for Monday,
Feb. 18, in Kaplan hall, 137 N. E.
19th st., which will honor these
families. After a brief meeting
beginning at 2 p.m., presided over
by the president, Mrs. Reba Eng-
ler Epstein, an appropriate pro-
gram will be presented by Mrs.
Max Orovitz, the February chair-
man, assisted by her co-chairman,
Mrs. Stella Hantman.
Mr. Jack Kofoed, ex-Colonel,
U.S.A., and prominent newspaper
columnist, will be the featured
speaker. Charles Mackenberg,
U.S.A., a graduate of the Julliard
School of Music, and a former
professor of theory and harmony
at New York university, will pre-
sent a musical program. Mrs.
Adolph Wertheimer will be in
charge of the tea table following
the program, and Mrs. Saul B.
Appclbaum and Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan will pour. Rabbi Saul B.
Appelbaum will conduct a special
religious service honoring the
service people and their families,
and will also give the benediction.
Guests will be greeted by Mrs.
Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Sam Luby,
Mrs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. William
Singer.
Visiting members of affiliated
Sisterhoods of Reform Jewish
congregations are especially wel-
come.
The February committee con-
sists of Mesdames Orovitz, Hant-
man, Jules Pearlman, Frank Perl-
man, J. Gerald Lewis, M. B. Ross,
Dan Ruskin, David Bass, Max
Pepper, Morris Plant, Hyman
Kaplan, Harry Rubin and Adolph
Wertheimer.
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FRIDAY
HOW
S783.100
OF THE
1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
will be distributed
t
8120.423.50 -15.4%
To provide for local agencies serving the
Jewish youth, the adults and the aged oi
Dade County.
$525,750.00 7.2%
To assist in the rehabilitation and relief of
our fellow Jews overseas,
$10,750.00-- 1.4%
To foster democracy and combat anti-Semi-
tism.
$ 4,275.00-- .5%
To advance Jewish educational endeavors
and provide for centers of Jewish learning.
$ 700.00 .1%
To support hospitals and other
health agencies.
$ 5.875.00-- .7%
To provide for Jewish recreational retiqj
and educational needs throughout the I
S 82.742.50 -10.6%
To provide for contingencies, unlfl
needs and collection losses.
$32$44.. 4.1%
To provide for the cost of fundrauinfl.

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1946
|rFRPUARY15, 194
Exhibits Work
:h Galleries
libition of 35 of William
e(.,s paintings will be
Mayor Herbert A.
lore a group of invited
[o'clock this evening at
galleries of the Miami
Iblic library and Art cen-
fexhibition will be open
lubl.c thereafter for a
Lplnv is sponsored by the
lianii Beach, the Council
American Affairs, the
In.an league and con-
|f Latin American coun-
L in the exhibition will
faits of Thomas Mann,
6c Ilardwick, Gertrude
and Vivian Leigh. An
ich Mann wrote in ap-
for Singer's work will
. beside his portrait.
tin exhibit closes, Singer
|tn paint landscapes
Lit South America and
I of South American lead-
Ihome is in Hollywood,
+JgmM FhrId/an
PAGE NINE
IH SCHEDULES
ID MAIDEN EVENT
race course gives Flor-
ughbreds another
c their mettle by
bj: i second outing for
told maidens over the
my, nursery course
the second race of its
|ed in Florida. The
for the Florida foals
iJan 21 at three furlongs
tadise Farm's Sweet Hash
the winner, which auto-
bars her from starting
Jaiden event on Feb. 18.
Secretary Charles J.
In expects 10 starters in
running. The Florida
lined Breeders' associa-
ksors the events.
fiscis Deducted
ALEM (JTA)A total
immigration certificates
ady been deducted from
four-month quota of
announced this week
Palestine Government.
Indred and fifty of the
cover visaless immi-
Iho entered during Octo-
the other 900 were as-
1 In- passengers captured
1 Enzo Sereni on Jan.
EGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
eker Produce Co.
(W. 22nd St. Ph.3-8795
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Miami
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JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright. 1945, J. T. A.)
(Editor's Note: Readers of
this paper are invited to send
any questions they may have
on Jewish religion, customs,
traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox,
who will answer them
promptly. He may be ad-
dressed care of this paper, or
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
106 East 41st St., New York 17,
N. Y.)

QUESTION: Can a Jewish hus-
band divorce his wife against her
will (according to Jewish law)?
ANSWER: Originally a Jewish
husband had the right to divorce
his wife without her consent.
From the wording in the Bible it
is apparent that the entire action
centered upon the will of the hus-
band had accused his wife falsely
of antenuptial incontinence (Deut.
XXII: 13&19) and other instances.
In the time of the Mishnah we
find the "School of Sammai" in-
sisting that the husband present
adequate reasons for his action
that had to do with sexual im-
morality on the part of the wife.
In the eleventh century, this
theoretical right of the husband
was formally declared at an end
when the famous Rabbi Gershom
of Mayence declared that "...
as the man does not put away his
wife except at his own free will
so shall the woman not be put
away except by her own con-
sent."
There are instances when the
Jewish court can compel the hus-
band to grant a divorce to his
wife. It still stands, however, that
the action is centered around the
husband and proceeds from hus-
band to wife and hot vice-versa.
QUESTION: Why does the Rah-
bi take away the ::got" from the
divorcee immediately after she
has formally received it not allow
ing her to retain the original
copy?
ANSWER: It has always been
the aim of the Jewish Rabbinate
to prevent any doubts or suspi-
sion regarding the purity and in-
tegrity of Jewish family life as
regards to its strict adherence to
the law. Should the original docu-
ments be left at the disposal of
the wife it may come to be in-
spected by others and certain
flaws and criticisms may arise
as to its perfection this casting
aspersion upon the future family
life of the divorce.
For this reason the Rabbi, after
the "get" is formally delivered,
takes unto himself the document,
making a tear in it, thus voiding
it as a form of future legality.
Another reason usually given
for this procedure is the fact that
the Rabbinical courts of the exile
wanted to impress upon the
minds of the people that the ac-
tion of the civil court of the land
is necessary to produce complete
sanction to the divorce. The orig-
inal copy is retained by the Rab-
bi as a model for future docu-
ments.
QUESTION: Why is it neces-
sary to write an entire precise
document for each divorce instead
of having a printed form that
could be filled in for name and
place?
ANSWER: We have related the
Rabbinical insistence on perfec-
tion and exactness of the divorce
document both for the psycholog-
ical effects upon the unfortunate
couple as well as for the preven-
tion of misrepresentations and
forgeries. In my own experiences
I have seen couples make up their
differences both before and dur-
ing the highly technical proced-
ure. As for the latter reason,
there is no question but that the
Jewish divorce document is the
most foolproo'. or any legal docu-
ment civilization has ever known.
In this lighi it is interesting to
note the authoritative require-
ment that the document be writ-
Donor Luncheon Success
Mrs. Jules Jacobs, Chairman of
the Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society donor luncheon, an-
nounced an attendance of 250 at
the affair held Tuesday at the
Poinciana Hotel. Rabbi Irving
Iehrman gave the Benediction.
Mrs. Alex Scott was awarded a
gold pin for raising the largest
amount of money for the donor-
journal. Mrs. Rose Levey is presi-
dent of the organization.
Maj. Jerry Weinstein, son of
Mrs. Anne M. Weinstein, 11 Palm
Island, has returned to Miami
Beach after four years' services
in the armed forces. He wears
five battle stars and has seen ac-
tion in England, France and Ger-
many in aerial photography.
ten so that no line of the 12 lines
may be cut off in a straight line
without cutting through some of
the letters of the previous lines.
This condition is called "Meu-
rah" and is accomplished by pro-
longing the stems of certain let-
ters either upward or downward.
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PAGE TEN
Anti-Semitism Growth
Halted, Poll Shows
NEW YORK (JTA) Th<
growth of anti-Semitism in
United States | P" ars to have
been halted, but there has
no appreciable decrease in anti-
Semitism in -.. ; asl tv.
according I survey bj Elm i
Roper appearing in the Feb
issue of F Ot
thosi polled, nt can be
classified as ,;1 the
i asis : key
quest: ns, the
Or. stioi Are
there i nj rg
of peoi ;
feel might 1
I I
are curb- d this :
named Jews. the! questi n
was: "An -' tips '-
-

pie like you?" Hei
said the Jews.
An examinatioi
to otl -
classify is ant -Sei tes n
that anti-S '
wealth: that it is str. ngest
Northeast and
weak 3t in 1 Soi nd Fai
West, that it .- sti ngest n
citii s, ind w ei st in
that it is stroi
an :... I
and weakest mong I /
34.
Persons wh
the survey reveals
Great Britain and 1
approve of
large-scale go\ nt
projects to help ]
ployment.
j^istnutfoti
FRIDAY,
Auxiliary To Sponsor
Evening Of Games
The Miami Beach Auxilii
the Jewish Homi for thi
will hold an evening ol
p.m. Sunday at the Strath-Ha\
hotel. 'Unusual" refi
door and game prizes,
bingo and other game
o::\ red, according I Mi E
nun Sherry, president.
Mrs. Max G { is chaii
man of arrai
sisted by the M
Beck. Jacob PI I
Philip Weinberg, B. J. S
and Nathan N\ wn
Serving
iv.ittee arc the Mesdai i S
uel Aronsti in, Am >: nberg
Morns Rubin. I
Frances Rakoff. Daniel Bl
Ben Fold. Benjamin Appel,
Trau. Rose W< iss, M >s<
H. Perlish, Max Lib,:. Y
Berger, Lena w.
The Auxiliary wil
meeting 8 p.m. T
Beach Y.
JWB FIELD DIRECTOR
TO VISIT LOCAL Ys
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Welfj :::"
and Beach Ys ,
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ii v,II \.M> Jl 1'i JIVr.MI.I',
rnio', at 1871 8 W liiMl Street.
Miami Intend t" rcelftor Kalil name
,.r the Circuit Court of
h,,|,. County, KI"rUla.
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crs ZOBU IVV
WILLIAM I. rAt.l>'T.
v. rnfJ t .i Applicant*.
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TOP SOIL
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
X' Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
PALESTINE CHORUS
The Palestin* chorus mi.:- at
the Miami Beach Jewish C. nl
each Wedi ; 7:30 p.m
der the direction of Cant :: Eman-
uel Balkan. Sponsored joint
the Centers Young p, ;
league and the Young Judaean
Leaders council of Miami P.
the chorus specializes in Pales-
tian folk songs. Membership is
open to young men and women
We Sore yon Money
eollins Transport & Trading, Inc.
* v. r.. !SRn t
Phone 3-0789
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
). Emmet Grant
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
6207 Biscay BM.
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
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AlkarSeltzier
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niirtr imu end Suit
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MILI
apwmjan ^S* *pv &
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
NERVINE
F0H 'I'' f<..~if-! Mr.
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letcent and elderly people
8ANEL BEER, M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
aaasLarge Beautiful Groundiej^,
nEiu biscrvre nREnn
S. W. 4lh ST. At MIAMI AVE
BOXING 11 WRESTLING
MONDAY
TUESDAY
NOTICE 18 HEBBBT 'JivKN that
8ned. .lelrliiK to engage In
"" GsUlteKS ,mnie,:,,I
,., siNHI I Ml IN8TITUTB. at 223
, ; B.,., str.-ri. Miami. Mnrliln.
to reulrtar *!<> name with the
Clerk "I the firrult Court of Daile
''rl'1" DL1 m-nw.TZ.
m IMAM,
.,. fin Applicant
l
SOTK'E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
deilrlns t.> i'Iikbrp in
der ll' fi.tltloUB name of
RAK H HRB8S SHV. at 1314 S. W.
.. Miami, Intends to register
the ("Uik of the Clr-
I 1 di County, Kioi Ida.
BAM I.KKF.
vjarx feinbero,
rmk.
for Applicant.
FEBRUARY l
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
NOTICE is
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PHONE 3-6924
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HAVANXl
$47
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Price includes' Round tnp I
portation, tranafera of M'f I
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tax. Limited party-ma*
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Since 1912
304 E. Flagler St.
Phone 9-3605
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present policies of mo
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any additional premium |
lay. Call or write:
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FEBRUARY 15, 194b
+Jewish fhridtorj
PAGE ELEVEN
ce Facts
_ George Talianoff
Jegional Director, ADL
Ll of the war and the
Hitler did not bring an
bL propaganda designed
. and disunite Americans.
Igents and their collabor-
thia country have con-
Ithcir campaign of dis-
Fortunately, however,
Henry Hoke have con-
|h enemies of democracy.
IS A SECRET, Henry
filliant author of the best-
LACKMAIL, throws the
nut only upon the plot-
t also on those in high
jrlu, protect them.
fohscurc and from various
, sources, Hoke has
out the shocking truth
t. Iition trials, nam-
Jgressmen, editors and
[;,:,,. more interested in
key (angle and
lu investigate secrecy it-
en it became evident that
from all directions had
the Department of Jus-
jH-osecuting (and thereby
those who had partici-
the Fascist campaign to
[America, I decided that
write a final report
voiilcl attempt to tell the
pith," states Henry Hoke.
[5 Walter Winchell ran a
entitled "Bureau of Miss-
^stiuations," in which he
as to what had hap-
11.any promised probes.
.EGAL NOTICES
IS HEREBY QIVBN that
desiring to engage In
11 the rlctitloue of
plldl'l'K a! 124 S. Miami
Ir to 1 eglster .-aid name
[1 I the Circuit Court of
|n;<. Florida.
.\ B. Hi UVTSBERG.
.Sole Owners.
S |j
[CllsrriT COURT OF THE
M'l'li 'I \l, "lltCt IT IN AM)
iai>k county, florida.
|a\> i:ky.
N"i>, 97627
)ER OF PUBLICATION
1:1.\ :iX'X.
|1 'iff,
pit .AU FOX,
1 la lit,
il lilaufox, rare of May
Boat .Market Street,
"hia.
iv ordered t'> file your
.1 answer to the Hill of
|i Divorce filed against
HUMAN UI,AKFOX. on or
1 .111 day of March, 1946.
the allegations of Bald Kill
t* unfessed aaalnat you.
VXH OltDEHEU this U'th
L 'i iry, 1946.
II L.KATHERMAN.
'li 1 k of Circuit i 'ourt.
I> T. M. VTORDBN. D.C.
III Seal)
I'RK
foi 1'lalntiff.
>*v
\ality. Good
'roducti
>D PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
jA PROVISION CO, Inc.
N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6141
[Complete Department
ore With Quality
Merchandise
9ton Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
fcjSK, convenience
l.iother New Ap-
ana Accessory Store
1 Flagler St., Miami
That idea furnished the lead to
Henry Hoke to undertake the in-
vestigation which resulted in
IT'S A SECRET.
Says Walter Winchell, "Its re-
velations will shock the nation
. the new expose is dynam-
ite it Itnveils 4he inside
story of the Justice Department's
headaches with the alleged sedi-
tionists and offers the real be-
ind-the-scenes info on why the
sedition trials collapsed. You
will be appalled!"
Mr. Hoke tells more than the
story of enemy agents, American
Fascists, and innocent but credu-
lous Americans of goodwill. He
sets forth a plan of action which
will serve to protect us in the
future against these devisive
forces in the American scene.
Believing that the need for fear-
less, plain, blunt truths about the
problems that face our nation is
as great today as it has ever been
at any time in our history, IT'S
A SECRET tells what we should
do with the current threat to
American institutions and how
we can prevent its arising again
in the future.
Obituaries
WILLIAMS
Mrs. Jenny Williams. 67. of 1301
Lanes ave.. died Sunday at the home
of her son, Nat L. Williams. A resi-
dent of Miami for 'i\ years, she came
here from Buffalo, N. Y., and made
her home with her daughter. Mrs.
Frank B. Solomon. Surviving besides
the son and daughter are four Krand-
ehlldren. She was the widow of W. I,.
Williams, real estate broker. Ser-
vices were held Tuesday afternoon at
IT'S A SECRET is destined to
become a best-seller.
the Palmer Funeral home followed l>y
burial in Woodlawn I'ark cemetery.
PAETRO
Abraham Paetro. 60. retired cloth-
ing merchant who came from Brooklyn
six years ago. died Sunday In his
home, 1212 Drexel ave.. Miami Beach.
Surviving are his wife. Mi's. Frances
Paetro; two sons, Samuel Paul and
Sidney, and a daughter. Services were
held Monday In Riverside Memorial
chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery.
BACHMAN
Fritz F. Bachman. 38. of 93 N. W.
19th ave., who died unexpectedly
Thursday In Bayfront park, was
burled Monday after services In the
Palmer chapel. He came from Seat-
tle, Wash., five years iiko, and Is sur-
vived by his mother, Mis. Lena Bach-
man, and a son, Klchard.
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175 N. W. 20th St. Phone 2-9304
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Congress Bldg. Phone 2-2661
HANNAU PHOTO
Studio of Fine Portraiture
612 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Phone 58-2923
134 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Phone 30513
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3807 N. E. 2nd Avenue
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50 West Flagler Street
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1213 Congress Bldg. Phone 2-4958
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19 N. E. Third St. Miami
Phone 2-9227
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I FREE FROM RELIGIOUS OR RACIAL PREJUDICE
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lies to ana-
Is potential
Icivic goals,
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be used by
bi all civic,
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THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
-
THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS won a conclusive victory over the forces of tyranny which exploited
racial and religious hatred to divide tha world and destroy freedom. The ideal of democracy is a society in which
each seeks the truth in his own way and all are unite d by understanding and mutual need. The good world of the
future must be built on the foundation of the recognition of t he dignity and rights of each individual, whatever his race,
creed or national background.
Among all the nations the United States stands as th, exemplar of a people grown great through this liberty.
Now. as never before, we as a people are called upon to dem onstrate with even greater brilliance the glory of our free-
dom. It is the light which alone can guide the future of man kind into tha ways of peace.
Within our own borders wa are facing the huge task of reconversion. This is a job of such magnitude that it
can be done well only as all of us work together. The team work of the armed forces won the war. The spirit of team-
work should extend to our national life. As we united for v ictory. we must unite for peace. Let our aim be "In Peace
as in WarTeamwork."
Because I believa that the health of our democra cy draws its strength from the wells of deep spiritual under-
standing. I am happy to join with tha National Conference of Christians and Jews in calling upon our people to observe
Brotherhood Week from February 17 to 14, 1946. I hope th at in every community throughout the country our people
will meet together to rejoice in tha greatness of the land which belongs to all of us and to pledge themselves to the continu-
ance of that loyally which will unite our country as the leader of peace and tha happy home of all our citisens.
Very sincerely yours.
HARRY TRUMAN
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412 N. E. First Avenue
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218 N. E. 6th Street
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639 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-1916
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221 E. Flagler Street
Phone 9-2291
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400 S. W. 8th Avenue
Phone 9-2477
SNACK BAR
1 Lincoln Head
IRWIN'S RESTAURANT
441 41st Street
"The Best for Less"
Paula Steak & Chop House
144* Washington Ave. 8-9011
and
Paul's 23rd Street Restaurant
320 23rd Street 5-M25
VENTURE
LAUNDRY & CLEANING
6230 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-3636
PRINDLE-CLARK MOTORS
2011 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-6471
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CONSTRUCTION CO.
Postal Building Miami
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A. V. Stoll Lorene B. Anderson
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2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195
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3305 Douglas Rd. 4-9319
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Service and Maintenance a Specialty
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Miami 37. Florida
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334 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-3955
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Italian-American Restaurant
134-36-38 Collins Avenue
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Phone 5-9031
Famous for Its Real Italian Dinners
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1359 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-0744
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201 S. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-6683
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"The Home of Delicious Foods"
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2732 N. W. 2nd Avenue
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FRIDAY .FEBRUaS
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"

SCOOP OF THE YEAR .
What purports to be
vertible evidence that the Rev.
Charles E. Coughlin was a pi
Nazi agent Is contained in the
current issue of "In Fact." The
alleged evidence, according to In
Faei is said to be contained in a
sworn affidavit by gov-
ernment witness al a Ni
trial The all ''v;t f'1""
portedlv states thai Coughlin was
paid by the German goven
for disseminating anti-S<
propaganda I
Nazi agents. The afi
In Fact, has been suppressed by
the Department of Just.. I
cause of assuri nces 1 tC
lin would with Pllb"
lie activities and thai
discontinue publication I 5
Justice. The full st( rj
tabled in the February lit:
of In Fact. II sub-
scriber, we urge you to wi
In Fact. 25 Astor pi., New York
city.
AMAZING STORY .
The alleged Coughlin affidavit
is said by In Fact to hav.
signed by the Rev. Aleksi Pely-
penko. who now resides in the
Argentine. The affidavit, accord-
ing to the publication, allegedly
charges that: 1) Coughlin actu-
ally received money from Nazi
agents 2) Coughlin requested
anti Semitic propaganda from
these agents ... 3) Coughlin
collaborated with a secret fed
agent whom he allegedly misl
for a Nazi agent.
SOBER ANTI-SEMITISM .
The press does not pay much
attention to the beating adminis-
tered to Benjamin Zemach. the
internationally famous chore-
ographer and dance:. Zemach
was brutally assaulted a few
weeks ago as he was leaving the
New York home of a friend late
at night. The police department
is trying to pass off the incident
as a drunken brawl. We had oc-
casion to discuss the incident with
Zemach. He told us that the
men who attacked him win ver;
sober. They were all well dressed
and kept on a running cor.
tion among themselves, congratu-
lating each other on having
caught a Jew. The assault was
systematically carried out. Each
of the six men took his turn
battering poor Zemach into help-
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
ness. Then '
the Zemach case is a
Semil tG
in '
full tion-
EXPLANATION IN ORDER
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Refreshments will be served
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pAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1946
:ts tender gift
[pioneer women
I and Mrs. I. Cohen, 734 Jef-
Avenue, were hosts Jan-
31sl t0 a meeting of the
L Wonu-n's Organization of
tr Miami. At the conclu-
|a welcome-home party was
for their son Michael Co-
[Lt released from service,
llrs. Michael Cohen. A check
L hundred dollars was pre-
jd to the organization by
[hosts as a thanks offering
, return of their son. An-
tson Dr. Richard Cohen, has
returned from the service.
, ncxt meeting of the Pion-
rnmen will be held on Tues-
ivening, February 19th. at
1 .,, the Beth David Audi-
L" a cultural program will
tainted.______
Jewlsti Hot Id in r
PAGE FIFTEEN
SHOLEM BRIEFS
By J. Bernard Spector
Due to a slip-up somewhere
along the line, as well as the fact
that the season is in full swing
bringing to town all the friends
and relatives that we ever had,
this column has been omitted
from the past few issues of the
Floridian. We offer your hum-
blest apologies to our "dear read-
ers" and promise to do our best
to keep from having it happen
again.
A final and complete report on
the installation banquet was
given at the last meeting which
turned out to be a "full dress"
affair. The banquet was a suc-
cess in that everyone seemed to
enjoy themselves, however, the
committee was somewhat disap-
pointed at the financial results.
hi the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
I TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM, Reform
R hhi Aopelbaum will conclude his series of sermons
k \ with a message with a review of Moshe Mosen-
SJn'T-'-U e 5 From the Desert" at services tonight at
ImV M ^celebrated Mrs. Bernstein will light the candles and
Kr and Mrs Bernstein will be hosts at the reception
c the services. Assisting them will be the Mes-
Fdamcs Stella Hantman. Max Pepper. Adolph Wertheimer
landI Max Orovitz. Sabbath services. 11 a.m.
[CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
Third Ave.. Miami
IrABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Coniervalira
! F. iday evening services. 8:15 p.m Raj j^I
hire will continue his discussion of "What Our Wounded
Im -n Think." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes will be hosts
durum the social hour after the services in gratitude for
th.ir son's recovery. During the Sabbath services at
|8:3U a.m.. the Rev. Kalman Shapiro will speak bi jelly
|prior to his departure from Miami A kiddush in honor
of the Rev. and Mrs. Shapiro will take place after the
services. Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg will be hosts at
Ithe Bai Mitzva breakfast sponsored bv the r.-l. A..
18:30 Sunday morning.
|mIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach
|Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Balkan
Conservative
ehrman will speak on "A People Reborn" at
Is I might at 8:15 p.m.. in commemoration of the
|50t! ai ivcrsary of Herzl's "Judenstaat. The Bar
Blitz Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stoller will
|b( celeb at( d at services 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Lenr-
lnian ill preach on "The Weekly Portion of the Law.
Buni services. 10 a.m. Story-telling hour. Saturday.
11:30 phi.
|MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox
Scout Sabbath will be observed with members of
Droop 8 participating in the services. Nat Cans is chair-
fcnan of the scout committee with Philip Lyons, scout-
master of the group, which meets at the Miami Y. and
both li aders will assist in the Drogram. Rev. Maurice
Bliinu-lic.s will conduct services and lead the musical
elections. The A.Z.A. will serve as hosts. The Bar
IMit/.VH of Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ginsburg.
|1134 S. W. 21st St.. took place at services last Saturday.
rEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st
St., Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
1 Rabbi Kronish's sermon topic for tonight's services
Is "February. 1946Symbol of Freedom: II. The Jewish
f eople Cannot Exist Half Slave and Half Free.' second
Iff a se. ies of three talks based on Lincoln's birthday.
|Jht liuih anniversary of Herzl's Judenstaat, and Brother-
|noi.d Week. Sabbath services. 10:45 a.m. The Bar
PMzya of Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goodman.
ivill bt eelebrated.
pETH JACOB CONGREGATION, 301-311
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
pabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louu D. Fader
Orthodox
Friday evening services at 3:30. Late Friday ser-
Ij'ces at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
I American Teamwork." a discussion of Brotherhood
|wc-i-k. Cantor Louis D. Feder will lead in the communal
"Wing. Adult Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi
P^cheluff will speak on "A Golden Breastplate." Inter-
Kir t V_,sorvices for adolescents at 9 a.m. Junior services
IZ/ lldren of elementary school age at 10 a.m. Bible
R il 4 P-m. under the leadership of Mr. S. I. Friedman.
Iiui'? eu,dos at 5:3 o-m- Rabbi LeJ *isikott wi" s
Ek!l waker. Sunday school from 10 to 12 noon. Daily
IMnool from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
We cannot urge you too strong-
ly to secure your tickets to "Yid-
dish Night" early. This colossal
production will t>e staged at the
Beach High school on Saturday
night. Feb. 23. The ticket commit-
tee reports that the standing room
only sign will be in evidence very
soon and we would not like to
have our friends shut out. It is
worth the price of. admission just
well worth the price of admission
just to sec what terpsihorcan ar-
tists Sholeni lodge has among its
members. The all male line of
dan-ers is out of this world, and
how they managed to stay out of
the sight of Lou Walters or the
MGM talent scouts is hard to un-
derstand. If we could only keep
Al Pallot in step and if Milton
Friedman were not so ticklish as
he "flies thru the air," these
dancers have all the grace, beauty
and poise of a Mack truck.
Ben Essen, trie talented direc-
tor of this show, is really going
all out to make it a success. Re-
hearsals are being held regularly
and the cast is learning their
parts in fine style. You'll hear
some grand singing and what
Johnny Weiss can do to the Yid-
dish language is unbelievable.
English is strictly "taboo" in this
show. You'll be sorry if you miss
it.
Maurice Cromer's committee
dusted off their tuxedos and boil-
ed shirts on Tuesday night and
put on one of the finest initia-
tions that Sholem lodge has ever
witnessed. The dignity and solem-
nity of the occasion were quite
in evidence and this column
would like to toss them an orchid
individually and collectively. The
initiated class, the first in 1946,
was named "the Harold Turk
Class" in honor of the Immediate
past president of Sholem lodge
a very nice honor to pay to a
very fine president.
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For Displaced Persons
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Instructors
Agency for Drivers Licenses
And Auto Tags
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ALKA-SELTZER
I find that it easea my Acl
Head, takes the kinks out of Ti
Aching Muscles and brings reli
when! have Acid Indigestion.
The family aaya I am ai. lot
easier to live with since I have
known about Alka-Seltzer.
"Have ye* ***** ALRA-SELT-
ZER7 If not, why dont you get
a package today? Large package
80*, Small package SO*, also by
the glass at Soda Fountains. ^
Seven requests to locate friends
and relatives in this vicinity have
been received by the Service to
the Foreign Born department of
the Miami section, National
Council of Jewish Women, from
Europeans.
Mrs. M. Finkelstcin, director of
the department, asks that anyone
knowing the whereabouts of the
following get in touch with her
at the council office in the Con-
gress building.
Lea Tannebaum (or Tannebau)
formerly of 1127 Collins ae., is
being sought by Rudolf Fried-
berg, a survivor of the Buchen-
wald concentration camp.
Mary Markovics (Markus), emi-
grated from Hungary in 1923, re-
ported to be the owner of the
Mayflower hotelsought by Ren-
ate Steinfeld, concentration camp
survivor.
Strassni brothers, formerly of
Czechoslovakia, supposed to have
settled in Floridasought by a
Mr. Cojasir, Marseilles, France.
Herman Bleier, from Czecholso-
vakia. reported to be in Florida
sought by a cousin, Flora Wein-
GENERAL PAINTING
Free Estimates Given
BY BEST MECHANICS
J. D. Gilbrecrth Point Co.
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
Hollywood At Half Mark
The record-breaking Holly-
wood dog racing season reached
the half-way mark this week.
Mutuel play topped the "hundred
grand" mark for the first time
Saturday night when 4,171 cash
customers sent $102,268 through
the windows. It was the banner
crowd of the season.
berger who was rescued from a
German concentration camp.
Mr. Weinwurm, Miamisought
by Ernst Reich who has been lib-
erated and is now in Sweden.
H. Silversought by a niece,
Stefania Frysztoyer, now in Swe-
den.
Mr. Vogelsought by Michael
Stramer.
AUGUST BROS |*> /
* i. 11 i i r '
is tht &E&I
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
qfmur
V?-?aZi *-
'Jfei
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
5p 5-EOfc,
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 neigh-
bors, and ourselves.
Remember many lives might be at stake.
Why not call some of your friends and all
go together?
Why not call today?
Thanks.
PHONE
9-1631
FOR APPOINTMENT
Blood Bank of Dade County






FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
PAGE SIXTEEN
fEAMWORKIS THEKEY
Teamwork is a word upon the lip. today of ^^^'Z
du.triali.to. educator, and churchmen alike Teamwork ts MM a.. ft. W
tha, will unlock the clo.ed door, ftat keep the people o, ft. ^
Whatever the problem that this harried and perplexed postwar world presents,
only teamwork offers hope of solving it.
Durina the war General Eisenhower and Field Marshal Montgomery
called for it on the fighting front. In these day. when permanent peace is
being .hoped, teamwork among great power, alone bears any prormse
success.
IN PEACE AS IN WAR
Our national unity brought about by common peril is endangered
now that the thunder of the guns is silenced. Prejudices forgotten or laid
aside during the stress of war are picked up again when the normal processes
of peace are resumed. But the duties of peace demand teamwork as sternly
as do the tasks of war.
Intergroup hatred slows up teamwork, kills the democratic spirit.
Therefore, it must go. The same united and scientific attack used against
tuberculosis, cancer, and infantile paralysis will be needed to control it. If 600
scientists working together can produce the atom bomb, then why not put 600
scientist, to work on the job of eliminating intergroup hctreds? Their efforts
combined with the social techniciansschool people religious educators.
civic organization leaderscould alleviate such hctreds within 25 years.
Put positively, the task is !o extend recognition oi the Fcfterhood of
God. the Brotherhood of Man. and the Homehood of the Nation.
In a family every individual enjoys the same opportunities, accepts
the same duties. Applied to the nation, that is who! BROTHERHOOD WEEK
is all about.
LET HIM BEAT HIS BRAINS OUT!.
Americans All--Brotherhood Sentiment
Public opinion surveys shew America now faces a
challenge as great in some ways as the challenge of
war itself. Can we learn to live together in productive
peacefulness, or must we have violent destructive intol-
erance which would relegate ome to second-class citi-
tenship because of their color, and treat others with
fear and suspicion because of their religion? The broad
educational program of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews U a constructive and hopeful
method of meeting this challenge and must be expanded.
ELMO ROFER.
Fortune Publ .-
Brotherhood is loo often re-
garded as an unrealixable ideal.
It must come alive in the
practices of the common life.
We must remove from our own
conduct, whether we are Ro-
man Catholics, Jews, or Pro-
:es:a.-.ts. those practices that
separate us. Then we must
march together ar.d demon-
trite the essentials of religion
m a conduct that is brotherly.
Bishop G, BROMLEY OXNAM
ent ': | -
A sense of brotherhood
among Americans of all back-
grounds is indispensable to the
role this nation must play in
the establishment of an endur-
ing civilixation. No organisa-
tion is contributing to this end
more effectively than the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
RABBI LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
I. Jewish Theological
Seminary.
I wi.h every success ia 4
nection with the next wft
observance of BROTHEi]
HOOD WEEK. The slojal
"In Peace as in War-TinJ
work" should represent
American way of livinf. *|
out essential teamwort*
cess in war is P?Ht
Without equally essential MM
work by all concern* l
postwar national rehabiW*" i
will not be entirely iunu|
GEN. JONATHAN M. [
WAINWRIGHI. I
U. S. Aral
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GREAT SOUTHERN TIRE CO.
NewUsed Recapped
TIRES
22 N. W. 20th St. Phone 3-102S
BEACH MILL AND SUPPLY CO.
1327 20th St. Phone S-S908
THE BOAT RESTAURANT
"The Ship That Never Geei Tp Sea"
39 N. E. First Ave. Phone 3-2517
MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-7896
HORSESHOE BAR
160 W. Flagler Street
MURRAY MASCHLER
CARUSO'S RESTAURANT
167 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2-9389
BRANNTNG INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
News Tower
WISTERIA FRUTT COMPANY^
303 E. Flagler Street Miami
Phone 3-2833
DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
PIANOS
MOOfcW.tihSt Fhcne<.;?;:
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
820 Security Bids. M;4a,;
Phone 2-2412
SUPERIOR
SHEET METAL WORKS
830 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-3'.63
WELTON INSURANCE CO.
Langford Building
GEORGE SCHEEL
SERVICE STATION
688 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 2-9189
HARHV.H.LL PS and ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
NIGHT OWL BARBECUE
3193 S. W. 27th Avenu.
Phone 4-9111
MIAMI VACUUM
CLEANERS COMPANY
1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-7838
HOUSE AND LAWRENCE
~E-CO SERVICE
800 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-9966
- "' Batten a Specialty
Oat 0 'Service
CHARRON-WILLIAMS
Commercial College
A.'-.'!',l''"r5c""" Clae.ee Monday.
Wednesday Friday--6.30 to O0 P.M.
S !h Floor Postal Buildmo
PHONE S-4IM
V ,,-,or
NELSON
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
875 West Flagler Street
Phone 2-9481
TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
320 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 481731
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hoover
NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY
NICKS WHEEL ALIGNING
2100 North Miami Avenue
Phone 9-2828
JUDGE HENRY L
OPPENBORN
RED TOP CAB AND BAC
COMPANY
Always Call tne Red Top
Phone 3-3131
WHITE STAR GROCEH?
63 N. E. 17th Street
Phone 2-9391
MIAMI CITRUS
PACKING HOUSE
180 N.W. First St. W-*l
Our Sh.pm.nti Every*""
Guaranteed
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO- *|
ISO East Flagtor SW*
Phone 3-2U7
BISCAYNE
FRUTT 4 VEGETABLE C
SIS West Flagla* Str*
Phone MaW
SP-n