The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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T^^^THE JEWISH U Y
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THE JEWIS H WEE
[g NUMBER 8
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
deration Workers Begin Canvass
r Largest Goal in Miam! History
**sy


KNOW ,his child, this feeble old
iwomar,, the shambles in which they
| grasp for life. They are our people
out for sustenance in a world which
Nd therm all decencies of living for 13
|ears They are the major reason for
IewiV to raise S783.100 within the next
?ks. Theirs is the emotional appeal, the
Ithat gnaws the conscience of every Jew
1 essence oi humanitarianism left within
,hei pleas should be unnecessary.
[W not need 'heir tears to persuade us
P< the Combined Jewish Appeal. We
Pi need the stories of the gas chambers
"eight cars of death. Nor should we
I e cajoled and coerced by visions of
I a* deductions and self-satisfaction aa
f uc's of contributing.
tjould 9iye in the true spirit of giving.
cntiibute. not on the basis oi erod-
ing government levies. Not on statistical esti-
mates of what is "substantial" in accordance
with our present earnings and the outlook for
future profits. Nor on a level comparative to
what others are giving.
We should give, we must give, above and
beyond our normal financial capacities. We
must sacrifice, deprive ourselves of earnestly
desired material. Only then will we give
enough. Enough to sustain the remnant of
Jewish culture in Europe, to nurture the embryo
of a Jewieh commonwealth in Palestine and to
uplift the standard of Jewish living in Greater
Miami and America.
This is no time to dicker over dollars. This
is the time to open our hearts, to respond to
the call of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
WE MUST WORK.
WE MUST GIVE.
News In Brief
Combined Appeal Solicits $783,100
As Annual Drive Opens Sunday
With the memory of 5,700,000 European Jews who died at
the hands of Nazi brutality, Federation workers will open the
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal for $783,100 Sunday morning
at Lilley's restaurant. Five hundred workers are expected to
attend the breakfast to map final plans to put the unprecedented
drive over the top. In the evening, workers and contributors
will gather at Temple Israel to hear Milton Susman, noted Pitts-
burgh attorney, outline the why of overseas relief.
The 1946 campaign will provide for 70 local, national and
overseas agencies, with the bulk of the funds$500,000going
--------------------------------------------to the United Jewish Appeal.
A very busy and active week
is planned for campaign work-
ers and the Jewish community
Is asked to open their doors and
their hearts when the solicitor
from their neighborhood calls.
Chairman William D. Singer, in
a statement to the Jewish com-
munity, said: "Give gener-
ously if you can. Give moder-
ately if you must, but give!
And while you are at it give
the volunteer worker a great
big hand, a great big smile, a
cordial welcome, a friendly re-
ception, in every office, in every
home, for the solicitor is help-
ing you to do your part."
Susman has visited the notori-
ous German murder camp at
Dachau and was a member of the
morale division of the United
States Army, which saw at first
hand the evidence of the Nazi
mass extermination program. He
attended Harvard university and
Pittsburgh Law school and was
admitted to the bar in 1933. He
was editor of the Pittsburgh Jew-
ish Criterion.
In 1942 he enlisted in the Army.
While stationed in Germany he
visited the concentration camp at
Dachau, where he saw the crema-
tory and the gas chamber, the
unburied dead and the broken
survivors.
A trained observer, he has
much to tell, not only concern-
ing the tragic plight of the for-
mer prisoners of the Nazis, but
also in regard to the reactions
of the German people who were
ordered to bury the dead. Sus-
man has gathered much valuable
information concerning the prob-
lems of the Jewish people all
over the world and the manner
in which their needs can be met.
MUNICHThe Bavarian gov-
ernment has announced that it
has set aside 2,000,000 reich-
marks to make restitution to
some 3,000 or 4,000 Jews now in
Bavaria who were fined by the
Nazi government following the
assassination of Ernest vom Rath
by Herschel Grynzpan, in Paris
in 1938. Refunds will be .made
only to those who can produce
proof that they paid the fines.
RIO DE JANEIROSmall
groups of Brazilian national-
ists have plastered the streets
surrounding the presidential
palace with anti-American and
anti-Semitic posters, the latter
reading: "Eject the Jews from
Brazil."
NUREMBERGIn an over-all
presentation of the picture of
Nazi annihilation of Jews in Po-
land, Soviet prosecutors at the
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Ben B'riths Cavort
In "Yiddish Night
Feelings won't be spared when
the brothers of Solem Lodge pre-
sent their "Yiddish Night" pro-
gram 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Miami Beach High school audi-
torium. For the brothers will pre-
sent take-offs on community
characters that will evoke many
a full-blown blush.
Complete with comedy, dance
and song, the show promises to
be a Jewish "Hellzapoppin'" ac-
cording to those who've seen
sneak previews. Sponsored by
the Town lodge of B'nai B'rith,
the program is the first of its
kind to be presented in South
Florida.
A capacity crowd is expected.
Informed sources say that no one
can afford to stay away.
Directed and produced by Ben
Essen, local building contractor
and former producer of Jewish
shows, Yiddish Night will be
presented by a Cast of Marx
Feinberg, Phyllis Schulman, Eu-
gene Weiss, J. Bernard Spector,
Isaac Levin, Maurice Grossman,
the Rev. Maurice Mamches and
Essie Schaffor, accompanist
Feinberg recently appeared in the
opera Faust.
Tickets are $1.50 and may be
obtained at the B'nai B'rith
office, 330 Seybold bldg., or at
the high school tomorrow eve-
ning.
AJC Makes Demands
For Survivor Aid
CLEVELAND (JTA)The
three-day meeting of the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference concluded
here after adopting a number of
resolutions dealing with the ref-
ugee problem, the question of
anti-Semitism and human rights
and reparations. It also formu-
lated demands to be presented
for inclusion in the peace treaties
when they are drawn, up.
The conference also demanded
that it establish liaison and close
co-operation with the JDC.
The delegates recommended
that the international bill of
rights of the UNO should, in ad-
dition to fundamental freedoms,
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PAGE TWO
VeUoncdty
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FRIDAY,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 337 Zionist groups Mj ^JM*
N.E. 38th st. will hold an open X Y are visiting
house supper party Sunday He.gn
-^TGoldstein, Doctor Set Date
Announce, j^&M, ""' ^
Miss
Miami
4 crhools in Jacksonville and the
. Goldstein ^"^.^.i with the city attorneys
College of Law end was com ^^ ^^
office before becoming a .
auditing organization in W
born Jan 30 ... Dr. am TsThe'Tis.er of Mr. ; ^^wtiX^on of Mr. and Mrs

The bride
Ruth Martin, fa ^
Louis Weinkle of Miami of Hazelton
Euclid
Herbert cna m. ? ------- :.-
sfLelchuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norfolk. Va.. arejhe :
daughter. Virgin;
son of Mr. ana ran. woiiwi*. .-. -- ..
nfirnr i elchuk of Miami their son-in-law and daughter
Sach. The couple were mar- Mr. and Mrs. Ben SUven
fied here Tuesday Mr. and Mr and Mrs Abraham Ba
Mrs. Lester Hart celebrated a man of Long Island. N. ... are
dual occasion-their 201 stopping at the Commodore
versary and their daughter, hotel Mr. and Mrs. Max
Harriets, birthday, Saturday Rosenstein, 4342 Sheridan ave.,
evening at a formal party for C!e entertaining their sister-in-
a large number of guests. Mrs Aaron Rosenstein of
B'nai B'rith Winx Frolics will Brooklyn ... Mr. and Mrs.
be held at the Beach Elks club Cecil Myers of Rock way Park,
Sunday with partial proceeds n. Y are visiting their son and
going to the National Children's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mis.
Cardiac Home. The affair was g, .;., C. Myers Mr. and
originally scheduled for last Mrs. Irwin Kate reti
Brichton Bead:. L. I., N. Y.,
aftei a live week stay at the
Dorset. Vwth them were Mr.
and Mrs Leo Steinberg and
their son, David.
Beach Resident Weds
Mr. Siegel in Phila.
week Miss Gloria H.
Deutsch and Irving J. Feibus
were married Jan. 26 at Temple
Beth Sholom and honeymoon-
ed in Havana. The bride is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sam-
uel Deutsch and Mr. Ft
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam.
B. Feibus, Scranton, Pa.
Yeoman 2-C Stanley A. Zalis
has been discharged from the
Navy after serving two years Phila-
in the Pacific on the USS Tutu- M L
ilia. The son of Mr. and Mrs expect
Joel Zalis, he plans to enter on theii
college Mrs. Nat Williams, T
president of the Miami section
National Council of Jewish
Women, will attend Councils ;.' lf
presidents' meeting in Atlantic
City March 27 and 28 Nat
Kupper returned home yester
!
i.
. nth*
he H '
. V
11 *"
. york city. E
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.... v formerly
e at S
N > V '
w :
f A
Mrs. 1
: SI. Will I
nor al
er, Carl Wi nkl.
'.' n k
irei I
BLUM-CHARNOW
Miss D S. C
of
.
Lehn
last Moi *as
: the
itel.
A reception and luncheon at the
Pancoast-Grossinger hotel follow-
ed the recent wedding of Miss
Sloane of Philadelphia to
Samuel J. Halperin of New York
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
,1 at the ceremony. The
couple is honeymooning in Holly-
' wood Beach.
Save a lifegive to the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Couple to Make I
In Peona In Apf
Mr. and Mrs i
their home m pZj? L
by Rabbi Irving UhS?
day evening ..*,
,the forme
M'>''" E'SMhaertn
Pa
i\ i
from Hazelton High
Hazelton State hL.
of Nursing. Mr. WeiV
overseas and was al
for more than four v!
now in the real estate
in Peoria.
Out-of-town guertg-j
ding included the |*y
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
of Peoria; Mr and Mb.
Chicago; Miss Fl
min, Hazelton,
Peoria.
now j
'lie was i
lorencel
and Moml
day after a week at Jackson
Memorial hospital.
TOURIST TOPICS
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Wer-
man. of New York, are visiting
his father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Werman, 1301 Alton
rd. They are stopping at the
Hotel New Yorker Mrs. M.
Louis Kroman, wife of a Chi-
cago architect, is the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Bertman, 2445 Flamingo dr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hamlin, na-
tional figures of the Paole Zion,
are in Miami assisting labor
he couple
is visiting in B> I .. u re recep-
en today and

M
Mrs At the
wei
by hi
Mr. an M
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,-5 LINCCXN POAD
MIAMI BfACM
QPtN 1 45 P M.
^ASTflAC.lS AT ].d
\bpenrt 11: IS
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Open n-.4S
AT THREE
THEATRES
COUPON
1 enjoy your "The Drama
I of Palestine" series and en-
close S towards its
I cost and for ycur other good
work.
Put A Big-Time
Girl In a Small
Town and there's
bound to be a
scandal!
GEORGE RAFT
"WHISTLE
STOP"
AVA GARDNER
In Her
First Starring Role
VICTOR
McLAGLEN
TOM CONWAY
Name
Address
Write to Miami Beach Zionist
District, care of Radio Station
WKAT.
Listen to Burdine's radio
program, "Fashion Time,"
over WIOD each weekday
morning, 8:30 to 8:45.
See the Exhibit!
Plexiglas
Dream Suite
Now on display at
Burdine's Miami Store
Plexiglas, famed as the
"Bomber Nose Plastic" .
now steps into the home
of tomorrow to bring new
beauty and comfort. See
the new peacetime uses
in the Dream Suite display
brought to us by Rohm
and Haas. Suite includes
bathroom, dressing room
and bedroom.

NEW YORI
ML
FLORIDA
Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3
RADAR EQUIPPED
DELUXE RECLINING SEATS
STEWARD SERVICE COMPLIMENTARY!
Unscheduled flights for your added convenience. Fori_
lions ar.d information for individual chartered passigtotl
plete chartered plane, call 3-345S.
PASSENGER DIVISION
AIR CARGO LIlWj
304 E. Flagler Ph.I
PASSENGER (
TRANS-CARIBBEAN
MIAMI JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB
Ruth Brotman Management
present
DRUKE & SHAN
Dvnamic and Brilliant Duo Piano TefflJ
in
MUSIC FROM
BACH TO GERSHWIN
Successors to
FRAY & BRAGIOTTI
Benefit Mercy and Cancer Hospital!
MONDAY. MARCH 4, 1946 8:00 M
Miami Edison High School 6101 N. W. 2nd A
Tickets Priced at $ 1.50$2.00S2.50-S3JD
(Plu Federal Tax)
Will Be On Sale At
MIAMI Burdine's Mensnine on Feb. 26 2'-*
Red Cross Dept. Store (Kodak Depi.J
Music Store. Chalmers Music.
CORAL GABLESAmidon'e Music Store m
MIAMI BEACH Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks Fifty -
Beach Radio. Eddie's News r. Stuff.
________ JESSIE S. MOOPE. Chairman of Concert.
NtJ
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGN1FIFD
________________MEMORIAL PARKS u**wlMhD
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David Beth U^Z m .
Jew,sh Orthodox and Sisterhood ChesS Shel Erffes"1
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our
in v___ .. .. ..
"In Vain Do Your Physician
Prescribe the Right Remedy
Unless the Pharmacist
Prepares the Remedy Riaht."
The Prescription Cente
405 LINCOLN ROAD si WASHINGTON AV0"
Visit Our Grove
Bring Your Camera
See Many Varieties
of Rare Trees
30 v l rLTS fcon 0ur 0wn aw
30 Year, of Setufied Customer.
FLOYD'S
521 S. W. 42nd Ave.
Phose 4-3710
FANCY
GIFT BOXES
MARMALADES
At Yo*
DeT"*
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and Delivered Promptly
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YOUR DOCTORS WISH^


-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
QcnifidenUal
By PHINEAS J. BIRON_
stituting the
uoars ago, Sam
(wo years "b">
11,,- composer, and
the writer, m-
,,f the battle
vir
lion
Fin
nin.
;crn.
ran lc k.
the ''l'"'
created the symphonic
ia Warsaw Ghetto.
American artists, who
responsible for the
antata, The Common
Sched in vain for a
t present the ghetto
They knocked at the
tually every Jewish
,.,! wore turned
allv they approached
who in ti"'n Inter-
Scan Dixon's 90-piece
youth orchestra. And
., that on Feb. 10,
Lit. Hall took place the
tmiere of the "Warsaw
[by an interracial sym-
chestra conducted by
Kon, the Negro maestro.
3N PERIOD .
ome thai "The Commit-
hl. p. :. n e of Civil and
Liberty in the Amer-
ttted !li' name of I\a
[the list of reliable radio
Btors? ... "A Hero
|ome," written by Jean
is a play that really
faiti-Semitism at home.
Esn't a Hmadway pro-
fck it up? ... It would
fstinK to find out why
far Relief, Inc., which
lizable sums, does not
a large relief,action in
, Is the American Jew-
Cess liquidating its Insti-
OG
1
**&&*
P +\s*
CM
Petagorsky Infor-
mation service? ... Is it true that
the Eastern Slope hotel in North
Conway, N. H., which does not
admit Jewish guests, is owned by
Harvey D. Gibson, head of Manu-
facturers Trust?
COMMUNAL FRONT .
Many of the large Jewish
central organizations, especially
the civic protective agencies,
are now taking on huge and
expensive projects and places.
But it remained for the am-
bitious American Jewish Con-
gress to take over an entire
department of the Canadian
government. This is the Ca-
nadian War Information Ser-
vice, which with the end of the
war the Canadian government
abandoned and which the for-
mer director of that service. Dr.
David Petagorsky, has now
brought with him from Toronto
to New York and persuaded the
American Jewish Congress' to
take over. Thus the new edu-
cational division of the Con-
gress will hereafter publish
many pamphlets, leaflets,
charts, illustrated booklets, wall
newspapers and bulletins on
Jewish subjects in exactly the
form and shape of the Canadian
government publications down
lo the size of the booklets, the
type of the illustrations and
the color of the covers.
CORRESPONDENCE .
Mr. S. of Philadelphia writes
us: "A group of young Jews who
recently established their homes
in a suburb of Philadelphia and
who are unaffiliated with any
synagogue, decided that it would
be a good idea to build a com-
munity house and to run it on a
non-sectarian basis. With that
end in view they approached a
number of their non-Jewish
neighbors and suggested that the
entire community co-operate in
the erection of the house. And
the reply they got was this: 'If
you are interested in merely
building a social hall we will
oppose youbut if you make it
a house of prayer we'll help
you'."
PERSONALITIES .
Arnold Foster is now the big
boss in the executive office of
the Anti-Defamation league .
Everly Zieger, one of our most
dynamic anti-Fascist workers, is
Register Now
1Every voter in Dade county
must re-register before April 6
to vote in the May primaries.
2Voters may re-register at
the registration booths in their
precincts through Feb. 28.
3From March 1 to April 6,
voters may re-gister in the court-
house lobby, regardless of their
precinct.
4Voters in doubt as to where
they should register may obtain
this information by phoning
9-3411, office of Carl HolmeY, su-
pervisor of registration.
5DO NOT CONFUSE this
registration with the City of Mi-
ami's current purge of freehold
ers for the city sewer bond refer-
endum in April. The city does
not adopt the county-wide regis-
tration system until 1947.
now Mrs. Skapier, wife of Dr.
Joseph Skapier, brilliant medical
scientist working on cancer re-
search. Dr. Skapier hails from
Paris Yes, it's true, Meyer
W. Weisgal is chartering a ship
to carry 200 Jewish businessmen
to Rehovoth. The reason is the
laying of the cornerstone of the
Weizmann Institute of Chemistry.
SHOW DIRECTOR
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BEN ESSEN, local building con-
tractor, is responsible for the
giggles, belly laughs and
blushes that will be evoked by
"Yiddish Night" that B'nai
B'rith will present tomorrow
evening at the Miami Beach
High school.
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
Presents
"YIDDISH NIGHT"
An Evening of Fun and Entertainment
AT THE
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Saturday, Feb. 23 8:15 P. M.
AMATEURS in a PROFESSIONAL SHOW
Directed by "THE BEN ESSEN"
Starring Our Own
IDA OPTNER
Don't miss her
MARX FEINBERG
Of Opera Fame
MAURICE GROSSMAN
He Must Be Seen
E. ALBERT PALLOT
A Publicity Special
PHYLLIS SCHULMAN
Of Night Club Fame
EUGENE WEISS
Good at Figures
J. BERNARD SPECTOR
Barrister Ballet
ISAAC LEVIN
"Aqua" cadet
ESSIE SCHAFFER
Accompanist De Luxe
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Too Good for the Cast
A CHORUS OF LITVAKS
AND A
Ballet Line Fit for the Met
"HEAR THE HETZERS"
MUSIC COMEDY DANCING
Limited Seating Tickets $1.50
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BENEFITS SCHOOL
AT BEKHJEMFLE
Temple Beth Sholom Stater-
hood Will sponsor its annual
luncheon at noon Wednesday a
the Copacabana for the benefit
of the Temple's religious school.
according to Mrs. Leon J. EH Sis-
terhood president.
Feature of the luncheon Will
be the distribution of the souvenir
calendar journal prepared by Mrs.
Louis Meitus, ways and means
chairman, and Mrs. Norman
m, Mrs. Abe Salosko. Mrs.
i, Mrs. Joseph Gratz
and Mrs. 13. Rudnick.
A limit. .
available and i "med b>
calling Mrs. Louis Ki n fc>.
6-1385, who hi ads the ticket
mittee with Mn David Phillips
and Mrs. Charh Tob 1.
Others planning
are Mrs. M. Bi M
Rokaw, jewels con mittei ; Mrs
H. Tup; A' Schiff,
memorials: Mrs. .'
Mrs. J. Arkin husl
, nd Mn S haeffi r,
ry; Mrs I ": !- '
I
treas l
: "
III : I
B.'Whit
' uppn
ttee.
Palm Beach
MBS. MABY SCHBEBNIOL **
S Robbins, New Haven, is the
Jest of Mr. and Mrs. Seus, 513
gu<
Cli matis.
The Rev. W.
Dickson, 524 Hampton rd.. pion-
eer local residents.
Charles DicksoZ former.resi-
Drummond. dent, is visiting from I .....del
p^enfof th^WSt Palm Beach Ph. __
Ministerial association, wW ;,
ajtaa a.
: lent
v h v. Bayer, s. etary. "
Mrs. M '' "Te\
. vinGi '
H B ln '
vice
. lent, and
Wi! M '; :
. Hi She
., ides at S. Sapo near
:
Army .- vi r il n onths
Univer-
itj : Fl n ida.
hour hostess last
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave have
retured from a visit to Gaines-
ville with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mm
Mr. Schudler, recently
l from Navy, h
': '' v
1
rackii S
M Noah '
the children guest artists at
musical recital at the Norton Art
gallery.
Morton Eisenberg re-
..! ': m thi Ni vy.
Miss Helena Held, stu
nurse, returned to Boston
ng h< m tl i Mrs. Pearl
A ai d Mrs Sachs, 11 Chi(
their son in-law and
Dr. .,mi Mrs. C irl N
in.
Mr Mis ;'
. ti iied their
: w ti Ma re-
' eentlv.
Survivor of Jap Camp ToSp
At Town Hall Forum UesdJ
Max Hill, radio commentator, foreign corresp^l
author, will lecture at Temple Israel at 8:15 p.m.^
Si Men's club Town Hall forum series. He wiU^I
"America's Future in Asia. W
Hill was made chief of the Associated preM T,
in 1940 and was arrested on Dec. 7. 1941, 'harqedwiH
stories "detrimental to Japanese diplomacy." '
Imprisoned in Sugamo prison, he was hied and,
hut his sentence was suspended to 18 month, m ^
dement in a 5 by 9 cell In une^942. under excfil
rnent he was returned to theO ^a^^JI
SSSa from the effects -
(1f ,s prison diet of cold ice
and lukewarm tea. Hill
.,.,,,. the successful book, Ex-
,, Ship." an account of his
Snoo miles, nlne-weel: voyage
from Japan, a voyage which took
!;,, virTually around the world.
'In ,944 he was on his way
,,l(.k to the war fronts as corre-
5pondent for NBC. covering stor-
ies m Algiers. Naples Cassino,
Muio, Cairo. Tel-Aviv. Palestine,
I n k a r a, Istanbul. Rumania,
Romei Northern Italy, Paris and
London.
Sine his return to America he
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by Maurice Wertheim, chairman
of the appeal. This sum is the
largest amount ever obtained in
le campaign tor health and
welfare needs by a local private
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00 Women Volunteer for Unprecedented Drive
IVets Form Team
|to Help Drive
fVT, fthel946Com-
Bd tnX* Appeal, headed by
Kdfrev K. Newman, attorney.
S55-D. who recently-return-
La fruw three and a half years
service in the
Navy as a full
lieutenant, has
recruited a group
o f professional
and businessmen
of Miami Beach
who have set out
1 to make their
team an out-
standing one in
| this life saving
campaign, which
starts Sunday,
men of this vet-
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Most f ,hc
have
nave served their
Icountiv for three years and all
Kbeen on active duty over-
K Newman saw actlonto the
Bribbeen area in an anti-sub-
fcarine unit. His airplane squad-
[fon received credit for seven
leneniy submarine*.
Newman is captain of this team
forking under Harold Turk
Chairman of the Men s Beach
Llicitat.on division. Theex-ser-
are Bernard Frank,
iRaplK- ; K. Yunes- Arthur KahnJ
iHarol.i Zmn, Al Lehrman, Al
lOssip. Hubert Shapiro, Hylan
iKout. and Judge Melvin Rich-
lards
CAMPAIGN CALENDAR
1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
Feb. 24 Sunday
24 Sunday
Kick-Off Breakfast. 10 a.m., Lilley's Restau-
rant
24
24
25
Sunday
Sunday
Monday
27
Mar. 1
4
I
Medical2 p.m.Social. Cadillac Hotel
SpeakerDr. E. M. Bluestone
FoodRetail
Mass Meeting8 p.m.
First Report12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant
Past presidents, past campaign chairmen
and board chairmen to be honored
Evening Parlor MeetingTown Home Solici-
tation Captains. Women
Wednesday Evening Parlor MeetingBeach Solicitation
Wednesday Second Report12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant.
Women's day, honoring women's organiza-
tion presidents. General solicitation day.
Youth Rally8 p.m. Temple Israel.
SpeakerChaplain Leo Geiger.
Third Report12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant.
Local Agency Day.
Fourth Report12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant.
Final Report and VICTORY8 p.m. Temple
Israel.
25 Monday
27
27
Wednesday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday
Federation Sabbath
Precedes CJA Kickoff
Miami to Observe
Jewish Music Month
Youth Has Major Role
[in 1946 Fund Campaign
Youth will play its part in the
]04 Combined Jewish Appeal
Iwher \ ung Miamians gather at
|i Uy Wednesday evening at
[Temple Israel. Over 1,500 men
[and women of 14 years and up
[have been invited to participate.
The program will include en-
t i, dancing and an ap-
i I by ('hnplaln Leo Geiger.
lalie Frankel and Ted
ISaknwitz, both University of Mi-
lami lav chool students, are di-
Irecl activities of the youth
|di\ inder the guidance of
IMau Grossman, youth organ-
11
1 ih division is reaching
70 : of Miami's Jewish
: mgh visitation to club
Inn-, i ii
Friday evening and Saturday
morning have been designated as i
Federation Sabbath in the syna-
goguei and temples of Greater |
Miami. Services will be dedicated
to the 1946 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, and pleas will be made from
the pulpits by both the rabbis
and lay leaders of the community
for the aid and cooperation of
the members of the various con-
gregations in making this life-
saving campaign for $783,100 a
success.
The 1946 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal will provide for the needs of
70 local, national, and overseas
services, and these religious serv-
ices will stress the spiritual as-
pect involved in the responsibil-
ity of American Jewry towards
their less fortunate co-religionists
abroad.
Federation Sabbath is sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami Rab-
binical association in order to
focus the attention of the Jewish
community upon the emergency
needs of this life-saving cam-
paign.
Members of the association are
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president;
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum, Rab-
bi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Rabbi Leon Kronish and
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation.
A report of the nominating
CommUtee will be delivered al
the i-ngregation meeting of
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter I p.m. Monday, according
to Samuel Friedland, president.
Musical programs dedicated to
ancient and modern Jewish music
will feature the celebration of
.national Jewish Music Week Feb.
24 to March 3.
Locally, the Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural committee, com-
posed of 16 organizations, will ex-
tend the celebration through
March and present three con-
certs, culminating with a program
at the Normandie Isle school
March 31.
Mrs. Leo Huberman, soprano;
Gerard Haft, 'cellist, and Leon
Kushner, pianist, will be featur-
ed in the concerts which will be
held at the Town and Beach Ys,
as well as the Normandie school.
Dates of the concerts have not
been announced.
Local houses of worship are
also planning to observe the
music celebration. Beth Jacob will
present a two hour program of
recorded music by Jewish musi-
cians and composers 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the Community
building. Other houses of wor-
ship will sponsor musical pro-
gram within the next few weeks.
Fannie Brioe says "I'd love to
wear suits like Barbara Stan-
wyck, but I can't get her Taylor!"
Hospital Director
Spurs Drive Group
Dr. E. M. Bluestone, eminent
physician and researcher, direo
tor of the Montefiore hospital in
New York city, will address the
medical division of the 1946 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal this Sunday
at 2 p.m. at the Cadillac hotel.
Heading the medical division
are Dr. Alexander Kushner and
Dr. T. M. Berman, assisted by:
Dr. Lawrence Adler, Dr. I. H.
Ages, Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, Dr.
Stanley H. Axelrod, Dr. Aaron
Bernstein, Dr. Wm. Bernstein,
Dr. Morris Blau. Dr. Wm. K.
Boros, Dr Henry Cadan, Dr. Isaac
B. Cippes,.Dr. Stanley Frehling,
Dr. M. J. Glick, Dr. H. A. Greene,
Dr. A. R. Hollender, Dr. Emil Is-
berg, Dr. F. H. Kauders, Dr. Jack
Kaufman, Dr. M. D. Kirsch, Dr.
Bernard Kleinman, Dr. Nathaniel
Levin, Dr. Louis Lytton, Dr.
Robert Mayer, Dr. E. Meadows,
Dr. Benj. Oren, Dr. Max Pepper,
Dr. B. C. Pollock, Dr. Murray
Reckson, Dr. P. Rezek, Dr. Reu-
ben Rochkind, Dr. Manning J.
Rosnick, Dr. Bernard Ross, Dr.
Edward Roth, Dr. Jandon Sch-
warz, Dr. Sol Selevan, Dr. Jacob
Steinberg, Dr. Harry Tarr, Dr.
Barney Weinkle, Dr. Phillip
Weinstein, Dr. S. Chas. Werblow.
TO DISCUSS RUSSIA
The Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett.
minister of the Church of the
Good Neighbor, and Edwin S.
Smith of the National Council of
American-Soviet Friendship, will
be guest speakers at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center adult edu-
cation institute 9 p.m. Wednes-
day.
Their topic will be "Russia
The Enigma." Shepard Broad
will act as moderator.
Four hundred women have
volunteered to serve in the gen-
eral solicitation division of the
Greater Miami 1946 Combined
Jewish Appeal which opens its
drive for $783,100 on Sunday.
Never before in the history of
the local campaigns for this Ap-
peal have so large a number of
women workers offered their
services, and unprecedented re-
sults are anticipated from their
efforts.
Wm. D. Singer, chairman, says,
in connection with the work of
the general solicitation commit-
tee, "This is the most difficult
and arduous work of the cam-
paign, consisting as it does of
door-to-door solicitation, requir-
ing untiring perseverance and
patient courage. Wars are not won
by generals; the sacrifice and un-
selfish labor of the whole army
insures victory. All credit is due
these soldiers in the ranks, with-
out whose unswerving devotion,
our goal could not hope to be at-
tained."
Town Women will hold sev-
eral parlor meetings Monday
evening and Beach women
workers will hold parlor ses-
sions Wednesday evening.
Representatives of Federation's
Speakers' bureau will address
the workers.
Mrs. Max Dobrin is chairman
of the general solicitation divi-
sion, with Mrs. Milton Sirkin
heading the women workers of
the division for both Miami and
Miami Beach; Mrs. Sol Leslie,
chairman for the Beach, and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, chairman for Mi-
ami. Harold Turk and Milton
Friedman are heading the men
workers of the general solicita-
tion division.
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now!
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VOLUME [9


Jewish Order Plans
Anniversary Concert
A concert of vocal and instru-
mental music will be presen ed
under the auspices of Lodg< -
oft. Fiatc-m..
.,., Sunday at the M.
ami Bea. school in oh
I heit, Jewish
newspapei Sundaj is also the
,| Jewish
a ee

i i Powesky;
i i
. lyric-dramatic so-
I companied by r:
Tarboux trios and solos by Ger-
ard Haft, 'cellist, and W
l!,,hi: k, violinist, : mied
by Marguerite Elsai
The vi 11 known Yiddish poet
and writer. Aaron Kurtz, will
participate in the program. Ad
.. ,i,,n,,i. ncluding
A BLACK PICTURE .
The situation ir. America relative to anti-Semitism, as de-
picted at the recent conference of the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at Detroit, is
one to cause a-.ave concern.
It must be retr.err.b^. ;e drawing these pictures
were responsible and in sons. We have been told
that anti-Semitism has si America. One of the
recent newspaper polls seemed to show this, an I the rep-
resentative of the Anti-Defamation told the conf*
that while the number of s ieclinin
there is a tendency to cons threes
In other words, the anti-Serr.:-.i.-3 seem tc be taking 3 lesson from
the business world. The small fry
reappear in a bigger way. We hav I the day of anti-
Semitic "combines."'
Another communal leader pointed to still ar.cther threaten-
ing phase of American anti-Semitism. At one time it was con-
fined to the lower levels of intelligence, bui today "the so-called
better class" fascists are the real menace. Thus, a "Save
America League" has been fonnt Com
munism, but that is only a blind. Its n mutism.
Other speakers pointed to the giowi] crimination
against Jewish students at medical roll
stressed that with the discrimination
would have no place to practice unless m< '
are built.
All in all, it's guite a messand we cannot cr! t< idly
bymerely hoping for the best.
lEWISH ^ JJtJ
QUIZ r^k *^H
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1045, J. T. A.)
GIVE HIM THE BUM'S RUSH
Q. Why is it customary for the
Jewish mother lo visit the syna-
gogue a! her first opportunity
after giving birth to her child?
A : is pi
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ncienl Biblical re-
inctu-
efiniti 11 : : ft
(Le\ it;.;.
mclu
the i of-
Both her com-
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bably dune
! in ti i sense of completing her
iod a.s well a.- .i
Al-
y for su
I beii i tored

0- Why is the father of the
hild lied up before the Scroll
'cr blc r_, ?
icated thi
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We
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have
rm direct rifice I

ti ken th ;
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P to th.- Scroll
therefore i
Q- Wry is this so?
ned in tl
f( ,

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' called up befor. | .. l()
' 'How the ad-
' that both
ws and lh( .
neighbors as well as being re"
atedtohisGod For tl
<' naming of th.
Place either before the eqSrS
ffTatVhe ""umcisS
sh PPe s f thC t,U1Um ot w-
AJC Makes Demands
For Survivor Aid
|CONTINUED~FROM PAOE 1)
also Include tho following spe-
' revisions:
"1. Outlawing of anti-bemi-
t,sm and racism, and making
ncitement to, and practice of.
racial and religious ducrimina-
tion a punishable offenie.
"2. The right of every person
to the nationality of that coun-
try in whose territory he was
born, unless he desires another
nationality.
"3. The right of every per-
son to emigrate freely and to
be expatriated at his request.
"4. The protection of specific
group rights of ethnic, cultural
and religious groups, especially
in the field of education, wel-
fare and religious and cultural
activities."
Tin' resolution also demanded
that the international bill of
rights of Hi" UNO be made a
part <>f tl"' constitution of all
members of the UNO. and that
the right of appropriate and rep-
tative organizations should
|. stablished to petition the
Commission on Human Rights,
and any other organizations
which might be set up by the
UNO.
The resolution asked the estab-
lishment by the United Nations
iate authority and
machinery to enable the resettle-
ment of displaced Jews and to
alleviate their plight in the mean-
Tl ncy shall be sup-
I by all tlie governments of
fnited Nations.'" it said. It
,! "Jewish Advis-
ory Council" to the new inter-
nal authority on refugees be
i. composed of repre-
sentatives of appropriate and
entative Jewish organiza-
Following a heated debate, in
which many delegates took the
floor to demand a clear-cut
statement on the advisability
of the establishment of the con-
ference as a permanent body,
a plenary session adopted a
resolution authorizing the in-
terim committee to continue
and intensify its work, and lo
call a fourth session "at such
time and place as it deems ad-
visable, but not later than 15
months from the dale of this
session."
A new interim committee was
elected and given the right to
choose an additional 15 mem-
bers from the Jewish commu-
nity at large. A budget of
$250,000 tor the current year
was approved.
To Petition UNO
mmittee of the
was instructed in an-
' n to act with the
ngress and the
"ties ol British Jews
steps for the
the UNO of a
' | esentation" of
ling with the prob-
: abilitation, re-
Othei aspects of
lotion
" at Jewish advisers
' the Inter-Allied
' ncy, also to the
ol division of
military govern-
!" m Germany and Austria,
' reparations division
' incil, for the
ng proper ldtnti-
--" Property, and
lion and execu-
' '"< -lso demanded
'> ol Jerusalem
ncluded among the
lo b. tried by the
;,; : tary Tnhunal
Appeal, !c !nquify CommiM.on
cable :'" voted t0 send a
Sttrrr
tine ',,''' ""J'^h Pales-
sa ss
'un;n re'ff renceadopted
NEWSjNBRlEp
(CONTINUED FROM p.0.
war crimes trial have rh "
that of 3.500,000 jew,,,chlrW
Poland before the war o'wV
000 are left alive there I ^
ditional 200.000 manager! .*
cape to the Sov.e, UnVn .*
dence submitted proved th .
Nazis carried out systema^-*
vationoftheJews-f02'.^
one-eighth of thr
ain then,
...t ^.B..w. ui mo normal iZ
. ation while Qei man, w
ceiving five times as nuiI*
they had had bef.....thc^h
one of the extermination cam!
in Poland, the Nazis forWj*
ish musicians to compose anrl.7
a "Death Tango" \^&
were tortured and nj*
Eventually the entire or
was slaughtered. ^^
BEnLIN-Returning fr,
tour of the displaced p.^'
camp, in the American Z
Mrs. Franklin D. RoosenU lS
a press conference that she *
greatly distressed by what ih.
had witnessed. She tttt^
particularly the misery of 2
Jews she had seen in the Zeil.
heim camp near Frankfmt
She described condition! u
horrible, and declared that li.
ing in such camps gave peopl,
a feeling of futility, ptitjg,
larly in relation to the futun
LONDONThe Yugoslav gov-
ernment has demanded extradi-
tion of Admiral Horthy, former
Regent of Hungary, and several
other Hungarian officials, fa
trial as war criminals responsible
for the death of thousands 4
Jews and others in the Hunga-
rian-occupied section of Yufo
slavia.
BUDAPEST Anti-Jewish de-
monstrations broke uut in the
streets of the Hungarian capital
following services e> inducted bj
Archbishop Josef Mindszenthy,
primate of Hungary, who ttiij
week was ordained cardinal at
the Vatican. Crowds coming out
of church cheered Mindszenthy
and two of the foi mer govern-
ment officials who were sentenced
to death as war criminals re-
sponsible for the murder of thou-
sands of Jews.
JAFFAArab spokesmen will
appear before the Anglo-Ameri-
can Inquiry commission, it was
decided at a meeting of the Arab
Higher Committee ; r Palestine
which was presided over bt
Jamal Husseini. The statement
was hedged with several condi-
tions including thi return of the
ex-Mufti of Jerusali m before the
arrival of the conn: ion in Pal-
estine, and the fact th it the Arabs
would not bind then -. lves to ac-
cept the findings of the probers.
From Cairo comes thi report thai
Azzam Bey, secretary neneral ol
the Arab league, will testify be-
fore the joint inquiry ^roupwhen
it meets in the Egyptian capital
LONDON The Anglo-Jewish
Association has called a confer-
ence in co-operation with the
American Jewish committee to
discuss the problems of Jews a
Europe and Palestine The con-
ference will open on Feb. 23.-
In New York it was announced
that the American Jewish com-
mittee delegation will inciu*
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer,
president; Jacob Bl.mstein, chair-
man of the executh. committed
Edward A. Norman, vice chair-
man of the foreign committee.
and Dr. John Slaws r. execute
vice president. ____j
Another resolution adopwj
protests against the unilateral
decision of the British gove^
ment to sever Tran Jordan fro
the Palestine Mandate and P
claim it an independent state. J
conference also protested again*
"the brutal violation of en
rights in Palestine."
A final resolution on PalejWJ
declared that American J
"will never accede to an>hl(j.
rangement in Palestine wa
will in any manner abrogate.
impair, the rights of the J
people now have to that coun"'
under the terms of the BaHu'
Declaration."
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tfDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1946
,. is an active member
Y Chaplain Engaged
f0 Vivienne Horowitz
and Mrs. Abraham H.
Lmwitf, "f Ncw York cl^van"
PS the engagement of the.r
Cm. .. Vivienne, to Maj. Nor-
tisiegel, U. S. Army chaplain.
Miss Horowitz, daughter of the
itrolle. of the firm of Horo-
witz-M irgareten, is a graduate of
Lukhn college, in addition to
Lhii-h she lias attended the
teachers' institute of the Jewish
theological Seminary for five
c
((Junior Mizrachi.
Maioi Siegel is the son of Mr.
I Mrs Herman Siegel of Balti-
nore_ Hi was graduated from
E college and was ordained
Hi, [Saac Elchanan Theological
leminary. He was rabbi of the
Icwish Center of Monticello, N.
I, H.' left his pulpit to become
chaplain in the Army and has
erved for the past five years,
deluding 43 months in the Pa-
fK area He is now on termi-
nal leavi and has accepted the
tositii-n of rabbi of Congregation
Beth Israel of New Orleans.
The couple will be married in
(lew York this June.
favy Veteran to Wed
Beverly Salzhauer
Miss Beverly Salzhauer, daugh-
Mrs. Paula Salzhauer,
|rool< will be married to
Charles Norman in a home cere-
nony al -i~ S. W. 11th ave., Sun-
jay with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating
The bride-elect attended Brook-
lyi ege and worked at a Navy
Uectrical welding school during
he war. She has been residing
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Irs. Jack Iiurd, since last sum-
mer.
M Norman was recently dis-
charged from the Navy after
serving in the Pacific. The cou-
ble will live in Miami.
>Jewistfhridllain
PAGE SEVEN
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Arch Oboler has been signed
Iby Metro to a new term contract
|and assigned to direct one of his
wn original stories, "I'll Tell
My H and." Arch is the author
than 400 widely used
|Pla> roadcaating, also sev-
leial popular books, including the
'Oboler Omnibus," and has won
annual radio awards for the best
public service broadcast, the best
|<: broadcast and the best
l<; : play.
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BAR MITZVA
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siegel,
701 S. W. 24th ct., announce
the birth of a daughter, Fran-
cine Anne, at Jackson Memorial
hospital Feb. 14 Diane,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Kaminsky, 650 Euclid ave.,
was born Feb. 3 Lawrence
Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Roth, 29 N. E. 36th
st., Feb. 8 Frances Alice,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert F. Israel, 315 N. E. 107th
St., Feb. 8.
Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron S. Lauer, 641 Merii\an
ave.. Feb. 2 Walter Singer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S.
Bloom, 300 17th st., Feb. 3 .
Ilissa Sharon, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Goldenberg,
1452 S. W. 16th st., Feb. 7 .
Richard Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Richard Kirchik, 533
N. E. 32nd St., Feb. 5 .
Gregory Joseph, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William K. Gordon,
1809 Meridian ave., Jan. 28 .
Tamara Elizabeth, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bernstein,
2308 S. W. 61st ave., Jan. 31 .
Harold Stanley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw, 422
S. W. 25th rd., Jan. 29 Rich-
ard Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David S. Andron, 3127 Prairie
ave., Jan. 31.
The Bar Mitiva of Herbert
Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Blank, will be celebrated to-
morrow at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. The Rev.
Maurice Mamches will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Blank will be
hosts to friends and relatives at
a reception in the Police Benevo-
lent association hall Sunday eve-
ning.
Country Club Croup
To Hold Inspection
Invitations have been issued
for a private inspection of the
club house and grounds of the
proposed Golf Park Country club
has been planned for Sunday,
March 3. Described as a "distinc-
tive town and country club for
year 'round recreation," the club
is located at Gratigny blvd (109th
st.) near N.W. 27th ave.
Listed on the sponsoring com-
mittee are Sam Blank, Michael
Hollander, J. Gerald Lewis, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Max Orovitz, Monte
Selig, William D. Singer and Carl
Weinkle.
The grounds and clubhouse
were recently bought by David
Philips and Louis Krensky, offi-
cers of Golf Park, Inc., for $200,-
000. The clubhouse, built in the
'25 boom era, was used by the
WAVES during the war.
Druke, Shaw to Play
In Benefit Performance
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JOINS Y STAFF
Miss Hope Ellen Tanenbaum
has joined the professional staff
of the Miami Y as dramatics in-
structor, according to Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, chairman of the youth
committee. Miss Tanenbaum is
a student at the University of
Miami.
Miss Tanenbaum is instructing
children's groups on Thursday
and Friday afternoons and adult
groups on Wednesday and Thurs-
day evenings in elocution, the
art of breathing, enunciation and
improvised dramatics, prepara-
tory to beginning rehearsals* for
a show.
Harry's Barber Shop
Modern and Sanitary
1790 S. W. 8th Street
First Class Work
Three Barbers on Duty
luilne ,.f Dade County, and
ine came in his office In the
imhouae in l>ade County,
".....iKhl calendar months
' "- "f the first publication
vi Hi claims or >l.-111:1 oils to
< lenal address of the clalm-
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aid ...........
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JUST PUBLISHED
A RABBI'S
FAITH
Sermons
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By Rabbi Abraham A.
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GRAND CONCERT
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24th
8:00 P. M.
at tha
Miami Beach High School
Drexel Ave. and 14th St.
on the
24th Morning Freiheit
Anniversary
with the participation of
Greater Miami
Jewish Folks Choir
in a fine (election of folksongs
THE AMERICAN LYRIC-
DRAMATIC SOPRANO
FRANCES SEBEL
in operatic arias and popular num-
bers accompanied on the piano by
FRANCES TARBOUX
THE DISTINGUISHED CELLIST
GERART HAFT
AND THE FINE VIOLINIST
WILLIAM BOBRICK
accompanied by the pianist
MARGUERITE ELSASSER
in a number of classical solos
and trios
THE WELL-KNOWN YIDDISH
POET AND WRITER
AARON KURTZ
will participate in the program
Auspices of Lodge 192
Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order
Admission: $1.00
(tax Included)
Charlie Cantor, the "Clifton
Finnegan" of "Duffy's Tavern,"
was losing a battle with a bank
teller the other day over insuffi-
cient identification to warrant the
cashing of a check. "Look, fella,
I'm Clifton Finnegan of Duffy's
Tavern," he tried to explain.
"Prove it," the teller insisted.
Whereupon Charlie gave out with
one of his famed "duns," and the
mezuma came flying across the
teller's counter.
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Miami Junior Women's club at
Edison High school March 4 for
the benefit of Mercy and Cancer
hospitals. The concert is under
the management of Ruth C Brot-
man.
Advance mail orders, priced at
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PAGE EIGHT
Jewt&ntfMtofL
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY % l
USO Star Decries German Plot
To Discredit Jewish War Effort
B, Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink ,w
Mi Helen Waren. noted s,
and radio star, who has
visiting in Mian s
with the II W .
Appeal. telU
Rosenstocks to Mark
Golden Anniversary
v
, ... I Will
. i an
Beach Photographer Wins Acclalni
For Unusual Portrayal of Artists

|h;
stoi ies ol
cupie : I
nil
contact with n
sons b..th in II
German]
She des( ribes a visit I
called i;
Barre,
children from countrii -
Europe. Tins, children,
plained, wi ke littU
beasts, retaining only tl
instinct
li

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as i
.'
[ see i
her, and playing ai
saw a small d
of the childrei I
his. He la ighed an
Whj n i"
He's oui d all own I
Mis< W "
cident in ord<
quickly
short a time. 1
mal savagi i
tance of
other.
"I shall nevci
: i thai
sholem briefs

ii nighl I
Max Sil
>
child I met in G f the evei
on Miss W ,ith Bernie. The plan is to en
aged to le I Germans th< lb for the eve-
let hi
at on
is so inci edib i storj it i
scarcely be bel
suade them shi
hypnotic force i hal
those hugi hrutes, tl S
actually
She stood outside one of th<
matona and
and night, night a i
told me, with
ning togctliei
i that
:. 1
I
. ill be foi
... The
ate date has been set
for April 29.
nter-
licers of Shi
I their 1 i ipous

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baker)
Dai g
New
brutioi
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Levy, i Ml Veri
N
k i havi two |
I Elj sei 11
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LON1 British gov
ment i pi inning i-1 I iki
: thi A al Li le boycott
from Pal-
i i, Colonial Secretary George
Hall announced this week in
; ions.
Wending his way through his
daily duties on Miami Beach in
, obtrusive manner, a young
achieved dtetinc-
, gnition for his artistic
a photographer that
:,,.,lt to duplicate.
I Newman converted his
lography into a pro-
.,t will acquire for him
I the annals of photo-
history. A comparative
: the field. Arnold
artistic trend by
ration he still
ti the brush and canvas.
i ncouraged him to
ent. He drifted
iphy and a gracious
ected ins work.
a studio in the
building and maintains
thi Versailles and
: leading Beach hotels.
ni hide innumerable
bi !in s and distin-
i visitors thai pay us a call
ursi of the year.
I.,, n privileged to por-
of the world's outstand-
itists at work with some of
nctive masterpieces.
one of three sons, is
of the nation's top-
: .wt photographers. A
; the Miami Senior
and the University
he resides at 1411 Col-
vi Miami Beach, with his
Mrs. Freda Newman,
li nt of the Miami Beach
h Ci nti r Sisterhood. He
; one brother, Edward, in the
and an'it her brother,
ey, a practicing attorney,
was jusl released from the
Navy. Coming from Atlantic
City, the family has lived here
for 12 years, Mr. Newman,
senior, passed away five yean
ago
To Newman'- credit is the
nationwide publicity he i,
ceiving from leading nat^
magazines throughout the 2
%
work have appeared in thf.iT
York Times Magazine Sectie-.!!
try. Recent reproductions 0'(T
nnci i ,.,i ;_ .. **
November and in he"5
(photographic journal) tne 3
month. In Dec,-,, i.r tneT*
Digest devoted several pagJ?
Newman and his pictures 1
magazine, February 4th i^
devoted a three-page spread^
producing several of a 75 pJ
collection of artists' portrait.
taken over a fivi year perw
Critics say his v ,;k revealj,
new technique, capturing tb I
personalities of most toprankiai'
contemporary artists of ^J
United States. His method is t, I
photograph the ail t against, I
background of hi- vork.
He has staged a i umber of one-
man exhibits in the North and
had a collection on exhibitions
the Philadelphia Museum of Ait
since September. It was recently
announced that the Museum pur-
chased the entire collection tills]
"Artists Look Like This."
Dig in your pockets not,
Give to the 1946 Combintd
Jewish Appeal. Feb. 24 k
March 4.
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MIAMI BEACH
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11 Yaara of Experience in Buildup
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dresses, and heapi
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the fini in these
t the B
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if
piles." She wa
old," explained
her reactions and
those of women ol
Miss Waren
ed about what shi
definitely for-
ized program ted by thi
Nazi undergn
tion among Ai u rica
feels, is hi .
exploited by tl \ und< i
The program is tv
lieves. First. a
to split the Allies, to plaj upon
the differences bel
sians and the English, betweei
the French and thi An ei
with the empl
the likeni milarii thi
Americans and the Gi rman And
second, to exploil all the latent
and potential anti-Sen
among the Americans, where that
is possible and to create and to Support OUT local Jewish I
foment it when non-existent, bj agencies give 'o 're Com
insidious propaganda that tl, bined Jewish Appeal. '
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GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
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TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 26th
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^Y rFRRUARY 22, 1946
AJatfiftAcfcfac
PAGE NINE
By Geoige Talianoff
,. Regional Director. ADL
e balloting in Georgia this
produce"! a new congress-
or rather a congresswoman,
'rlckn Douglas Mankin. The
woman candidate for Robert
speck- seat, she defeated 17
| contest, its. From all avail-
information, the house of
fcsentatives will be enhanced
he addition of Mrs. Mankin,
has made a good record for
elf as a progressive, liberal
holder, a champion of the
non num.
lit theic was more to the
gia special election than was
led on the wires. One of the
lidatcs raised the ugly issue
Eigious prejudice) reminiscent
laziism at its worst.
aid Atlantans were shocked
[week ti read in their morn-
Mwspapers a two-column ad-
semrnt inserted by one of
aspirants to the high public
of U. S. congressman.
If you elect me congress-
read this ad, "I shall
re to have Jews listed
|the census as a race, de-
ptively.
lash immigration to the
ivestigate graft charges
nsi Henry Morgenihau.
lave name-changers identify
linal names in parenthesis.
ft have used bad tactics to
real their numbers in this
airy. Is it just an accident
Jews have made a pre-
derance of enemies, and
-Jews a preponderance of
rids, in ether nations? Jews
Iced a move sought to make
numbers known in the
ius. Their 'Invisible Power'
racial unity gives them all
nlage ever trusting Gen-
and hence over our gov-
nent. ."
|ter engaging in a titanic
conflict in which we suf-
more than a million casual-
an effort to stamp out "the
Er race,'' it is most distress-
ifind we are confronted with
lame bigoted theories here
toe.
Atlanta newspaper de-
Ced this "vicious example of
ous intolerance" both by
jf a caustic editorial and
Bhing cartoon. In part the
rial rei d:
is discouraging to think
Inundnds of thousands of
"lean youthsof every color,
|and creedlaid down their
Ithat inesponsible fanatics
treatc strife and dissension
winy racial and religious
r can only hope that those
Save no more to offer than
iw-minded bigotry will re-
|su^ a lack of encourage-
Ist the hands of an outraged
Tate that sooner or later
, ncir small minds will learn
campaigns based on preju
gujot make for victory
'results of the special
rerc most interesting.
i hiai,Cl!ing a fine liberal
'Eh off'ce of representa
iinpung">ss' the voters
pgly repudiated the ape
fcp ejudicc as advocated
gwpnsing candidate
Uoto!ad- He only gar
L Sh ascomPared to
Mho polied 11,0991
K!DDfrtht ^e aver-
BtaS- muster at ieas<
fesairfomarnong his own
Wnuvnend8- This MPir"
""ently even lost the sup-
r. Bluestone to Make Survey
>r Jewish Hospital Committee
E M. Bluestone, medical director of the Montefiore hos-
iof New York, will arrive here today to conduct a survey
tnnnection with plans for the erection of a Jewish hospital in
"Greater Miami area. A graduate of Columbia university,
I jormerly assistant superintendent of ML Sinai hospital
|Tw York. He organized the hospital system in Palestine
iHadassah and is considered one of the foremost hospital
hrti In t!ie wor'a-
rDr Bluestone has travelled widely throughout the country,
lina surveys and reports on medical and hospital conditions.
Throughout his career, he has
stressed the importance of re-
search and has been responsible
for bringing to the United States
many scientists and research spe-
cialists who fled from Nazi per-
secution. He is a member of
Hadassah's Medical Advisory
committee and is helping in the
arrangements for the medical
school of the Hebrew university
in Jerusalem.
The temporary citizen's com-
mittee which has been working
on this project include Max Oro-
vitz, chairman; Mrs. Max Dobrin,
temporary secretary; Sam Blank,
Moses Ginsberg, Mitchell Wolf-
son, Alex Van Straaten, Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, Carl Weinkle, Wil-
liam D. Singer, J. Gerald Lewis,
Henry D. Williams, Abraham
Goodman, A. A. Ungar, Monte
Selig, Stanley C. Myers, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer and Samuel Fried-
land.
In announcing Dr. Buestone's
proposed survey of local hospital
conditions, this committee issued
the following announcement:
"The Jewish population of the
Greater Miami area has enjoyed
the blessings of considerable
prosperity and success. We feel
that in turn we owe to the com-
munity a debt and responsibility,
which can be discharged to a
certain extent by providing the
means of protecting and safe-
guarding the health of its citi-
zenry through the establishment
of a modern, well conducted hos-
pital, dedicated to serve the
health needs of the community.
Furthermore, as Jews, we feel a
sincere obligation to continue the
historical tradition of Jewish
medical participation. Some of
our greatest minds and most de-
voted servants in the cause of
medical progress have been liqui-
dated by Nazi savagery. By the
establishment of a Jewish hos-
pital in Greater Miami, we tee an
opportunity to pay tribute in
tangible form to the uniquely
Jewish contribution to science
which has characterized our
people."
A temporary committee of
physicians has been asked to con-
fer with Dr. Bluestone, consist-
ing of Dr. Max Dobrin, Dr. Stan-
ley Frehling, Dr. Louis Lytton,
Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. Jandon
Schwarz and Dr. S. Charles
Werblow.
During his stay in Miami, Dr.
Bluestone will also address sev-
eral meetings in the interest of
the Greater Miami 1946 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
elec-
at
fC-
In
appeal
re-
eal
by
who
garner-
the
port of individuals very close to
him, as is indicated by the ridicu-
lous showing he made.
We are reminded of a phrase
President Truman uttered upon
his inauguration: "Vigilance, the
eternal price of liberty." In this
case, the people of Georgia exer-
cised such vigilance at the ballot
box by voting against one who
would divide us at home by at-
tempting to foist his peculiar type
of demagoguery.
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WEST POINT INSTRUCTOR AND BRIDE
PICTURED ON THEIR wedding day last August in London are
Col. Joshua FinkeL and his bride, the former Hazel Davis, who
are now at West Point Military academy where Col. Finkel
is a member of the faculty. The couple recently visited here
for a belated honeymoon after Mrs. Finkel, who was an of-
ficer with WREN, flew here to join her husband. Col. Finkel
went overseas in May, 1944, received the Legion of Merit
award and, as ordnance officer of the 82nd airborne division,
participated in the Normandy invasion and battles in Sicily,
Salerno and Holland. Col. Finkel is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter F. Finkel, Miami, and the cousin of Ben Finkel, Miami
Beach.
Beth Jacob to Honor
Children for JNF Work
A Jewish National Fund party
will be held at Beth Jacob Com-
munity building 6 p.m. Sunday
for children of the religious
school who took part in the con-
gregation's recent JNF campaign.
Over $500 was collected.
Mrs. Ethel Schaffron will be
hostess. Prizes and refreshments
will be distributed.
TO ARRANGE SEDER
Arrangements for its third
seder will be made by the Bialick
branch, Jewish National Work-
ers' alliance 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Beach Y. S. Ashkenazi
will preside.
Morris Roninsky will speak on
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Tr*tworthv Real Estats Service
06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861
behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. Visiting chaverim have
been invited to attend the meet-
ing.
HAROLD RAND. M.D.
Announces His Return From
Military Service
And Resumption of Medical
Practice
444 Ingraham Building
Telephone 2-1940
Zionist Group Okays
Youth Work Budget
A budget of expenditures for
youth work was approved by the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission which met at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff Monday evening. Mrs.
Mescheloff is chairman of the
committee which prepared the
budget.
Reports of youth work were
given by E. Lesowoder, chairman
of Young Judaea; A. C. Bialo-
lenki, for Masada, and Miss Nata-
lie Sandra Frankel, Junior Ha-
dassah. S. A. Goodman, commis-
sion chairman, described the
work of the recent regional ZOA
conference which included the
decision to employ a field direc-
tor for youth work in the south-
east.
I:
MIAMIANS FETED
Harold Turk and George Tali-
anoff were entertained by offi-
cers of the St. Petersburg B'nai
B'rith lodge Tuesday evening at
a dinner. The banquet preceded
a-meeting of the lodge at which
Turk spoke on B'nai B'rith's post-
par program and Talianoff dis-
cussed the Anti-Defamation
league.
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mLanae Beautiful Qroundesssssaa
HOME FOR SALE
Possession given. Lovely 3-
bedroom furnished C.B.S.
AMONG NICE HOMES
Near Gables, Stores and buses
For $9,400 One-half Cash
CHESTER BARTLETT
2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue
INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES
A. SCHORR
Now Open for Business In Their New Location
1109 Lincoln Road
Next to Chase Federal Savings & Loan Association
Showing Their Stock of Antiques and Modern Jewelry,
Silver and Works of Art
DRINK PLENTY OF
C/Tripure
^ Water
SUi'tREC TO TOUR HOME
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES .
S-GALLON BOTTLE .
Plui Bofle Oepont
PHONE 2 41 28
80c
70c
JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD
G.IU.U
150 S. E. First Street j
Phone 2-8669

SOLAR BOOSTERS
New Electric Induction Type
Fully Automatic
Economical Sale Fast
AVAILABLE NOW!
FOR INSTALLATION CALL
Miami 2-5852 Miami Beach and Surfside 5-3688
Ft. Lauderdala 3160
FRUGAL WATER HEATER CO.
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PAGE TEN
Miss Schulman Upsets
Table Tennis Favorite
=======rr"ir^TURFrv'lVES PLAQUE
BURNETT ROTH RLC-ivlo
LEGAL NOTICES
K IH |
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Schulman defeat)
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pionship
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K VIKMAN
VnSA H'KITKOKP
i'sI Mil: FKCTKOFf
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HERTKOF
Sola owner*
for Ippllcanta
as? imsnsm.
;!, \N I'ROBATK.
,.. K8TATE OF MATILDA
!-,;:i^;:'hn'';;KKi.iT1ms
vm l-rnm Hav-
Demanda AKainnt
. ;, h f >.,. a,.- h.i.l
quired t> present any
County, Florida, within
;,)|S fl-MIl thf llateOf
: I......< Sal.l < aim*
:. the l.-Kal ad-
n .mi and t<> I'h sworn
...i .,- aforeaald, or same
-.. Bectton 120 of the
I i AM FRIEDMAN.
.....f it"- tnrtata Of
,.\ ICIEDM \N. I AX H SILVER.
i f..i Administrator.
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Flamingos to Parade
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Parents of Temple Israel ron-
firmanls will meet with Rabbi
Saul B. Appelbaum in Kaplan
..
1
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-. ul
12.
laki hall Thursday evening.
Beach Y Organizes
Young Judaea Group
Sal
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l '
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A n. a Flamin-
; ft and I 10 to 12 i
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WHA I
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Pen .
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Billy Cohn, S
T Paul
land.
... Day and tl '- i ingo Stakes.
TOP SOIL
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimate*.
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
WANT MY MILK
1S24

LEGAL NOTICES
Ni i
the u
ill !. .
ilifc'l- '.
to r.
I '. da.
.
E. MAX
Attoi
1 25; I S-i: ..
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NOTICE IS HER1 BY ...
the ,: -:.
1 .
of A-l LAN) >8CAI*E -.
IJJS N. W. Mlai

the Cl< rh of thi
Countv. Florida
LOVIS r s.-p z
MAN LEW IS
H Alt TIT DIE Z
Attorn. \ ...nts
1 2."i; 2 1 -8"1 -
\ni B Suit It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Miik
"Milk Product!"
Dscro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
]. Emmet Grant
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
620? Elb-ayne Blvd.
Phone 782419
Alka-Seltzer
M '
Mr for (. Ml Morn.,I,
ItaBufc "Moraine
'' an i .id i
why not? I
.
> cent* i... a llj
V. NERVINE
pOR r.- '.f from I u scr.
> J Lheturbai.e*. >j,-r h, Slfp.
Ueaneat, Crank linn Euiub.lity,
StlTOM Ilnt.th. | Vfrn.Ui In-
aifMtign. Tb;tt lit i ::,,
-' '. I 25 and si.09. Rf..'. direc-
tion. t_d ui aaij h din
ANTIPAIN PILL
A 6INGI E Di '.., Ant..
; I I'.:i oft.n reiiwm
He.rh, MsirtUr I'air.i
r Function.: Mnnthlr
SSfH '" *. us
."crll.10. 4ra Itor*. R.* : dlrtlon
a
Movlnc
*Tp Storaj.
We Sore Vou Money
Collins Transport a Trading, Inc.
N. F. Rn Phone 3-0789
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
iieui Bistnvnc nREnn
a W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AYE.
BOXING WRESTLING
MONDAY
TUESDAY
FOB HESEBVATIONS CALL SAWS NEWS STAND
3-1236
f'i ii Cay
HAVANA;
with
CARRERO'S
ALL EXPENSE TOUR !
Get ih-nrrlnilit I'oMer New
mm Trie rimt C*3l CQ
Fin Tl. !! ^^-*w
J7 Conftauoui Yeara to |
International Travel Service ]
TELEPHONE 1-J7S1
CARRERO'S
30i EAST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA

PAINTING
AND
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR .
LICENSED and
INSURED .
GUARANTEED
WORK ..
No Jcb Too Large or Toe Small
Estimates Cheerfully Qlven
a PHONE 34924
Keystone
CONSTRUCTION CO.
2236 N. w. Miami Court
LEGAL
NOTH'i: I
the uii.l.
buMnciu. ni i
DUCHEHM
Bapenola \\.
tend t.
Clerk of thi
Count\. I
ll.ON
ANN
VI. .1.
I.KSTKIt |,A
lior. Conm
Attorn- \
2/s-ir,-;-.' a
Noiir^
ml
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oa. ai
) SARO I
"L'NgjB
.^vTORRTjJ
- Bldf
Al'Iillcuu,
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the undei i ,i_,;.,'SI
America: \ih$S3T
PANY OF '.iti.V*'
lHt Av.v. Mi imi ft* 1
reKlater sal m, w|,^
itrnVr" .....-4,
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MAI'KICI AR
E. MAX OOl I'S-I'KIN
NOTU-K IS HKRHiTl
the undvrsii ,.. i. -iilnt k\2
I.UKlnt'SH in I. i the (IcUhSI
STAH:i|'.l\ : 1'ISvffiSl
1612 S W Klim s'trttLfiT'
Miami. FIoi itend to J
aald name with the Clcrkl
cult Court t lM.l*CottaH
WILLIAM I V.\U/n *
AtU.rn.-. I Applleubt
2/1-8-1.-.-22 : 1
FLORIDA MAT
BUREAU
Succeti'ul SatiitioaJ
STRICTLY CONFC
For Appointment Call 1
1561 Lenox Ave., Miuil
HAVANI
$47
2-Day
Cruise
.50
PLUtl
2 Days, 1 Night In 1
Price incluori: Round trill
portatlon, tr miftra ot MltlM
gage, hotel -m with OfiiC
da luxe aiaht teeing ii
bllaa. admix om. guide
tax. Limited party-mai|
vatiom now.
ASK FOR bOOKLETOHl
LONGER CRUISE!
MITCHELL'S 1|
Since 1912
304 E. Flagler St.
Phone 9-3605
AMAN WTTHAI
Under my plan baa
have received an inerieal
present policies of wwj
twtnty-eighi par ceal J
any additional pronttasj
Uy. Call or write:
H. A. BINDIJ
Suite No. 615, Olrm"*'
PHONE 3-0tH
LIFE MEM8ER-"'tU
DOLLAR ROUND TAf
NO WONDEI
it s good "
EHRET'S BEER
FAMOUS FOR
FINE FLAVOR
SINCE 1866
ENJOY A
BOTTLE OF
EHRET'S BEER
TODAY!
DISTWIUTOt
R08ERT KNOBa-Wholesale Betf & ffiw
2049 N. Miami Av... Miami. Ha-
TeltphoM 2-5824
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LfEBHUARY^i^l
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PAGE ELEVEN
rse Engaged
>nard Oxenberg
^d Mrs. I^ouis B. Hoff-
rs w. Fourth St., recent-
lunced the engagement
Cantor to Entertain
At Dessert Luncheon
New members of the Miami
Beach Women'* Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be feted at a dessert lunch-
eon at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the
Beach Y.
Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
present a program of "Interpre-
tations in Jewish Humor and
Jewish Folk Lore," accompa-
nied by Joseph Schreibman at
the piano. Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry will preside.
*j5
,, Natalie, to Leo-
ixenbu on "f Mr. and
Lwr,i Oxenburg, of 1628
V-th ave.
JHoffn is a graduate of
[HirIi school and has been
(as ;i cadet nurse in Phila-
) ist year and a
Mr. Oxi nburg was recently
.. the Army Air
; UK 18 months in
Clfir.
Ijatc h: been set for the
lega: notices
BBYO Employs Director
For Southeast Region
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky has
arrived in Miami to assume the
position of director of girls' work
for the B'nai B'rith Youth organ-
ization in the Fifth district,
southeast region.
Miss Carnovsky recently com-
pleted seven years of youth work
in Palestine. She will make her
headquarters at the B'nai B'rith
office in Miami.
BB Women to Meet
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, presi-
dent, has called an important
business meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Women for 1:15 p.m.
Monday at the Miami Beach Y.
Mrs. Landau will speak on
"Brotherhood" in observance
of national Brotherhood Week.
A vole will be taken on the
proposal to divide the organi-
zation into Town and Beach
groups. Dessert luncheon will
be served before the meeting.
Discrimination Theme
At Congress Meeting
"Economic Discrimination and
Legislation" will be the theme of
the program of the meeting to be
held by the Women's division,
American Jewish Congress 2 p.m.
Monday at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
Mts. Benjamin Sherry, program
chairman, will present Mrs. Doro-
thy Krieger Fink who will review
Arthur Miller's "Focus." Mrs. S.
H. Leslie will preside.
iiiiiiiimnii||
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Hill

ill
Hill
IN GREATER MIAMI
BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW
ATHENS CAFE
221 N. E. SECOND STREET
Exceptionally Tine
WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS
Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets
KA
BY GIVEN that
ng to encase in
i cl Itlous name of
KU SERVICE. In-
i Court of Dade
n KPWARD H IN DEN
Bole owners
CK If
i
IKKKKY filVEN lhat
nRavted in bual-
n in name of KI.Y
H"Ij:sai.k PI8TRIBU-
W Ird Avenue.
Intend lo register
name in the office,
of Ihe I'ircult Court uf
i i '.i
. i.KVIN
KII.IA I.KVIN
Sol, I.KVIN
i (risk "ihbn
;.; if
Aplilii .mis
BCI HKItKIIY GIVEN thai
id .rum In annse i"
'. fictitious name of
T'll'.K. at -_'202 Ponce
llvil ill Dables, Ma.. in-
ii.i name with the
1 in lit Court of Dade
SRI DERM AN
SoU- owner
We've Thought of Everything At
THE
DORCHESTtR
Collins Ays. at 19th St.
OPEN
And Accepting Reservations
Private Beach and Pool
Private Parking Space
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Phones: 58-1855. 5-9527
^*V"<"^N^WV-
*^^^^^^^>Y
i! '
r>'i: i 11 IIIEBY GIVEN that
r'' ileslrlna to engage In
i fli titioiiH name of
>l V\l> .11 UY .ICVENILE
< W. 22nd Street.
lister said name
' the circuit Court of
P ;'!"' Ida.
KICK UOSENSTOCK
' -!.(.\V
|AM i U.I.OT.
Irn.v for \|ii,lnants.
'' Bide,
r
THE
BROOK CLUB
KITTY
CARLISLE
D'ANGELO & VANYA
Jules Lcmde Orchestra
Pedro and his
Rumba Orchestra
MANETTI. Maitre d'Hotel
\ii*uta
eaVu*a
Presents Nightly
JOEE.
LEWIS
AUSTIN MACK
At the Piano
RESERVATIONS: 5B-3B77
OAOK BLVD., COR. WCBT AVE.

Mnti
','"'' IT COURT OF THE
H 'I I M. cilictMT IN AND
;hanci rv>untt' FI'ORIDA
. B7S27
IRDER OF PUBLICATION
IA.\ |i; U'KOX,
BE III. kCPOX,
l '" '' ""
?!""' It, c-.ue of May
P"i, Bast Market Street,
pen. i il
" '.....hv ordered to file, your
nswer to the Bill of
um r liivotce filed against
HEKXIAN BLAUPOX, on or
"" J day of March. 1946.
- itlons of said Bill
i? ..'.' "nfessed against you.
IK ,\ ORDERED this 12th
1 r>bi : ... i:,;
f- B I.'IATHERMAN.
< lerk of circuit Court
, > I M. WORDEN. DC.
/Court Sean
*"?< foi Plaintiff.
1 *"
flCK l.s HKItKIIY GIVEN that
Pawned, desiring to engage In
Sshi-i ', fi'-titloua name of
EJ-.VAR0 INSTITUTE, at 223
sria'.-i- Street, Miami, Florida.
tC? .!" "a,d name w|,h t*>e
Vn .' ,' '""'' Court of Dade
r. r1"iila.
L ELI HURWITZ.
Is HEIMAN
Q
J .U J
BI5CAYNE UDIEVAHD
AT EIGHTY-SIXTH STREBT
COCKTAILS
DINNER
SUPPER
RESERVATIONS
PHONE PIERRE' 73831
VICTOR
HOTEL
3n the Bsaeh at 12th St.
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
100 Rooms. 100 Baths
All Rooms facing Ocean
Ultra-modern
appointments
Excellent Kosher Cuisine
Open to the public
Make Reservations Early
Phone _
Miami Beach 6-0041
MOCAMBA
100 23rd St., Opp. Roney Plaza
Now Entirely Air Conditioned
PRESENTS-
Georgie Miguellto
Price Valdes
Kay Vernon Copsey & Ayres
TWO ORCHESTRAS
Machito's
Afro-Cubans
Maximillian
Beoers
Reservations Phone Frank: 5-6302
ft:iRl,^i'';;'!',:,,Y 'VEN "*
I rmrZZ ",', 'I'll'lous name of
En"' u "", ln,f"ds to rerfMer
ine* SAMLEFF-
Eg *w Applicant
Its* t mlv i.i-i '! ""' MM
Ssssr Mn,UIM st UIKI "Ml" '"
Jfc. Finnt hfrnatiooat Cumne in Jjjjjf
TABI.K D'HOTE and A >%<*
Imported CAompojaei and ten Win- 1
Music by cfiABLIE BUBECK
Dlaar Masle
^AW^QP^ttiS. X^.WloU' a morocco
RESTAURANTt^BAR
CoUini Ava. of 33rd SI. Miomi
MOTH
t, VIUAl
>v?:

I r.vtirR, loley stmks that
wUl melt in yoar moath urvsd la
the eooleit place In town from 4 Se
mldnlcht. New Orlraas eolslne
Munlo ii Marty Raye at the plane
In the cocktail lounge.
626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONI 2-8171
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Blumenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Rsstaurant666 Collins AvenutJMiami Beach
Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y.
and HOTEL WINDSOR, Lakewood. N. J.
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave.. at 12th St.. Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
II odi-i M......rnnnii ,if Mir Urlai..........^ NwHwasM**!
Telephone 58 2979
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
The
Only Irav
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 5-4058Open rjaily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M.
P A PPY'S fME FOODS
* ** *~ COLLINS AT 20TH
MIAMI BEACH
AIR
CONDITIONED
9 A.M.-3 A.M.
Specializing
In ... .
BROILED STEAKS
Prime Ribs oi Beef
224 W. Flagler St.
PALLASHATHENA
Open Daily
From 11:30 A. M.
Until 12:00 P. M.
EXCLUSIVE GRECIAN CUISINE
THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN MIAMI
Owned and Operated by Harry N. Zapanic*
SPECIALIZING IN
SHORE DINNERS
SELECT STEAKS
Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11
Sunday. 12 to 11
rAsf jverT-flMfl^irvr
SERVING
' I ', ', I AMU'lAN '(WISH [ I N N I I
SV.IRECillS
440 coiiir-
MIAMI BEACH
REVLIN HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 13th St.
MIAMI BEACH
Our Dining Room Is Now
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M.
Dietary Lsws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668
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*LwirJ
BROTHERHOOD WEEK

'Tnhace
as in War
*"**-
JOIN THE
AMERICAN
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK OF FEB. 17-24
A TIME FOR ACTION
The week of Washinglc. lay 1946.
BROTHERHOOD WEEK, \*i'.! me oi ex-
tension of the work of the K .-' I inference
of Christians and Jews. With ihu batue>CTy.
"Join the American Brotherhood an opportu-
nity will be given ever/ American 'o belp.
This slogan means that you and I will stand
up and be counted as those who will give to
others the same dignity and rights wu want to
keep ourselves.
Every American is asked to do two things
for American Brotherhood.
1. Live it.
2. Contribute to the extension program.
P. RICHARDSON
InsulationFirebricksTanks
Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoza Ave. Phone 4-2201
Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd St.
Phone 3-4860
ii
l:
WOFFORD PACKAGE STORE
WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS
CALL 5-1413
WE AIM TO PLEASE
2401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
WALT ERSON
BODY WORKS. INC.
1135 North Miami Avenue
"Skilled Craftsmen Throughout the Years"

MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY. INC.
Complete Abstract and Title Insurance
Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT
IN MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Bldg., Miami Beach
THE EXTENSION PLAN
AIL or any fraction of the following program
which the American people care to support
can be carried out:
1. To ask scientists and universities to ana-
lyze group hostilities and to harness potential
forces for inter-jroup cooperation on civic goals,
as they worked successfully on the problem
of atomic energ/.
2. To Bid colleges of education lo train teach-
- B to use their knowledge in teaching youth.
3. To assist school systems and teachers In
bu;ldmg democratic altitudes, feelings, and
habits of co-operalion.
w. a. glass
Scot; Radio and Appliance Co.
.230 B,scayne Blvd. phorie 7-1252
a n,SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
A.Wdys P;enty rf g^ Equipme!lt
A r G IV E N
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
142, Congress Bldg. Miami. Fla.
' hone 3-36S8
EGNER & MULCAHY~
it m r o TAILORS
nN.E.2ndAve. _Pho.W231
"TABLE-TESTED"
POULTRY AND EGGS
Strictly Fresh Eggs
Fresh Killed Poultry
W. P. CORBITT
Phone 3-3689
4. To aid Sunday schools and religious or-
ganizations to develop their own materials and
plans to guard America and ourselves against
hatreds, bigotry and intolerance.
5. To create materials that can be used by
conventions and local programs oi all civic,
labor and business organizations in increasing
practical American Brotherhood.
6. To work with the Army and Navy in the
application oi American Brotherhood to their
educational programs.
7. To equip service stations In each Ameri-
can city with manpower and materials for crisis
situation, education and co-operation.
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
WiringRepairs
Alterations of All Kinds
3400 North Miami Avenue
Phones 3-6294 7-3082
Up-to-Dsle Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
TRANSFER fc STORAGE
328 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-5411
RUBINS BODY & FENDER
WORKS
1306 N. E. Boyshore Court
Phone 2-6611
W. L. HARRIS
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
Ingraham Building Phone 2-1769
^>R. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Conors*. Building Phone 2-5254
Street Floor

Ki^Xj-iMiAoLii^i^*-**^,^'.


f FEBRUARY 22, 1946
,r0 Wins $1,000
[rshwin Contest
, V0RK __Harold Shapero,
I old Harvard graduate
Won Center, Mass., has
Ldtlu winner of theisec-
tnual George Gershwin
Cai contest, sponsored by
Lodge olBWBrith to
lation Uh the B'nai B'rlth
oundati^n.
knade in D," a composition
Lg 01, iirstra, is the name
Winning composition, which
kr Shapf ro a cash prize of
Ld a world premiere of
Vk bv the Rochester Phil-
tic orchestra under Leon-
nstein's baton at the B'nai
IVictorv Lodge Gershwin
hal concert at Carnegie
I March 16.
jffers Free Trip
round trip to Palestine
fg offend by the Jewish
Bl Fund council of Los An-
pr the best slogan regard-
rplanting of trees in Pales-
., ng to Samuel S.
man of the special
nmittt'.
slogan should not have
Ihan 15 winds. Anyone in
Cited States, except the pro-
nl staffs of the JNF, is
rtlcipaU.
m uld be sent to the
[Nal Fund, 742 S. Hill
i Angeles, before April 15.
+Jewlsti lb,H, tr
PAGE THIRTEEN
'i \ \
How American Jews Are Rehabilitating Surviving .,.
Jews Of Europe Through The United Jewish Appeal
*8av
jUST BROS R\ /
la the BEST? _
JARRASSING HAIR
WISHED FOREVER
from face.
arms and legs
SAFELY
PAINLESSLY
RAPIDLY
with Short Wave Elec-
tronic Method at a rale
of 400 to 800 hairs per
hour. Endorsed by
Medical profession.
tENE GOODMAN
Jnciin Rd. Phone 58-2997
LINCOLN ARCADE _______
REBUILDING YOUNG BODIESOn arrival in the Jewi.h homeland
In Palestine, these orphans were rushed to a sanatorium, supported
? the American people through the 8100,000,000 United Jewish
Appeal campaign. Good food and the Palestinian sun proved to be
the boat medicine for quickly rebuilding their young bodies. From
the sanatorium they will be sent to a farm settlement, one of the 300
founded with the aid of the United Palestine Appeal, one of the
three constituent agencies of the U. J. A.
BEFORE AND AFTERMiraculously rescued from a Nazi concentra-
tion camp, this 9-month-old living skeleton was quickly fattened up
with special foods and medicines. A total of 140,000 surviving Jewish
children in Europe are dependent on the help provided by the Joint
Distribution Committee, which derives its fund* from the historic
$100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal.
YOUNG FOLK DANCE
The Young Folks' league of
Temple Beth Sholom holds an
open house for young men and
women between the ages of 18
and 25 every Sunday evening at
8 p.m. in the Temple social hall.
The group is sponsored by the
Men's club of the Temple, and
its director is Robert Zuckerman.
There is dancing from 811 p.m.
and the gameroom is open for
those who do not care to dance.
FOR
INTELLIGENT
HANDLING
OF YOUR
AL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE,
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
S. W. 27TH AVENUE
PHONE 4-7027
Author to Give Review
For Pioneer Women
Mrs. Charles Zunser of New
York, author of "Yesterday," will
review Arthur Miller's "Focus"
at a meeting sponsored by the
three local chapters of the Pioneer
Women's Organization for Pales-
tine. The event will be held at
8 p.m. Thursday at the Beth
David auditorium with Mrs. Max
Shapiro, program chairman of
the Kadimah chapter, presiding.
Mrs. Zunser, a member of the
Pioneer group, is vacationing at
the Beach Park hotel.
The seventh annual donor din-
ner of the Pioneer Women's Or-
ganizations of Greater Miami will
be held at Lilley's restaurant on
March 25. A nationally known
speaker will be presented at that
time.
To Stage Stag Night
Stag nite wil be staged by
the Men's club of Temple Beth
Sholom 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at
the Temple, according to Abe
Blatt, president. Entertainment,
refreshments and a surprise
speaker will be featured.
A proposal for the organiza-
tion of a Boy Scout troop will
be presented at the business
meeting which will precede the
program.
Obituaries
LACH
laldore l.a.-li. :'.. r.74 N. B. lUth si.,
died last Thursday In Patterson. N. J.,
where he operated a dental laboratory.
He is survived by the widow. Mrs.
Herthii I^ifh, and two daughters. Miss
(iertrude Lach and Miss I'aula l-i. h.
In.tli of Miami. Funeral -services were
held Monday al Cordon chapel, with
llahhi Said Appelbaum officiating.
Burial was In (iraceland cemetery.
FISHMAN
Morris Fishman. 61). 4T> Collins ct..
Miami Beach, died in a Miami Beach
hospital Saturday following a brief
Illness. He had been a resident here
for the oast six years, coining to
Miami Beach from New York city.
He is survived by the widow. Mrs.
Henrietta Fishman, and a sister. Mrs.
Estelle DeUeato. Funeral services
were held Monday at fSordon chapel
with burial in Mt. Sinai cemetery.
ADLERBLUM
David Adlerblum. 71, died Friday
at his home. 1S20 S. W. Sixth st. He
came from Chicago 10 years ago.
Surviving arc three daughters. Mrs.
Ann Slatzkv. Mrs. Sadie Kane and
Mrs. Ruth Ellis. Services were held
Sundav at the Palmer chapel, with
burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery.
MEEflSON
Isaac Meerson. 75. operator of an
apartment house at 1244 Pennsylvania
ave.. Miami Beach, died Tuesday In a
hospital. He came here 11 years ago
from Brooklyn. N. Y. He leaves his
wife, Esther. Miami Beach, and a
daughter. Mrs. Alia Packman. mn-
caster. Kv. Services were conducted
Wednesday at Riverside Memorial
chapel, followed by burial at Mt. Nebo
cemetery-
KRIPPELL
William Krlppell. 66. a winter visltor
from Irvlngton. N. J died Tuesday at
his Miami Beach residence. 1430
Michigan ave. He leaves his wife.
Clara; two sons. Jack and Harry: two
daughters. Mrs. Rose Weiss. Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Fay Oross. Newark.
N J. The body was sent by River-
side Memorial chapel to Newark.
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ZIONISTS PROTEST
TERRORIST'S RETURN
NEW YORKGreat Britain's
action in returning Jamal el Hus-
seini, Arab terrorist leader, to
Palestine has been denounced as
"another step in British imperial-
istic intrigue in the Midle East"
by the American Zionist Emer-
gency council.
After reviewing Jamal el Hus-
seini's record of "organized brig-
andry, anti-Jewish and anti-Brit-
ish terror and pro-Axis align-
ment and activity before and dur-
ing World War ," the council's
statement declared: "Despite this
record of crime and treason,
Jamel el Husseini has now been
allowed to resume his political
agitation in Palestine. There can
be little doubt as to the charac-
ter of his future activities. The
way is open for him again to em-
bark on a campaign of terror, di-
rected both against Palestine
Jewry and the moderates among
the Arabs who do not share the
extreme views of the Husseini
Party."
Britain's reason for re-import-
ing Jamal el Husseini, Amin
Tamini and other agents of the
ex-Mufti at this particular junc-
ture is clear, the council said.
"The British Colonial office is
now engaged in bolstering Pan-
Arabism and the Arab League,
which are meant to be instrumen-
tal in the perpetuation of Brit-
ain's sole control over the Mid-
dle East. This may provide suffi-
cient ground for Britain's willing-
ness to forget the anti-British
character and activities of the
Mufti clique. Britain also seems
willing to offer into the bargain
the sacrifice of Zionism and Jew-
ish rights in Palestine."
In registering its protest
against "the pro-fascist intrigues
of the British Colonial Office in
the Middle East," the" Council
said it wishes to draw the atten-
tion of American public opinion
"to the dangerous implications of
this policy, which must not re-
main unchallenged."
Rabbi Lehrman Plans
Red Cross Sabbath
Rabbi Irving Lehrman has
been appointed to serve on an in-
terfaith committee which is mak-
ing preparations for Red Cross
Sabbath which will be oberved
next weekend in houses of wor-
ship throughout the area.
Others on the committee are
Dr. Caswell Johnstone and Father
John H. McAtee, S.J.

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Need for Foster Homes
weeks ago the Child-
, bureau made an ap-
in the Jewish Flondian for
foi young Jewish
I., date, the only fam-
sponded wanted a
ption, according to
Bucher of the bureau.
.... one four, one three,
care. Another child,
a ill need care im-
aftei the mother's con-
there are Jewish fam-
Miami who would find
js and satisfaction in of-
imily life and love to
children who have had
rmal family experi-
.: Bucher said.
In thi last four months over
n have heen brought
attention of the bureau.
Bucher describes this as an
nted number for so
i ace of time.
During January, the highest
of Jewish children the
has ever known needed
F : some, solutions other
en! ean be found, but
the family situations
li pi rate that placement
Illy answer.
in au's services are
vlun foster homes can-
found." she asserted.
i ; will wish to be-
well acquainted with the
i nts to make the best
possible for both the
child and the foster family. None
ildren are available for
in though some may need
a long period of time
;ntil they can rejoin their par-
MARVIN GOodJJ
OBSERVES BAT*
Over 200 cupie
Bar Ifltzva
man, son of Mr
M
"itendedi
larvin D
and Mn j
A. Goodman
Beth Sholo... Kabbi lTS
ish and Cat.; c.^^M
;.iurd,yatT(
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officiated at .<-.-,.,.,.. .*"*
services in,
wiarvin aenv. da srxwk 71
brew and E.^lJ|.,petchk|
Following the service .S
t.on was held the tf,
the evening. ..pproxima^S
friends and ... .nbers o( Ml
ily celebrated the oeesZl,
supper in th, St. Monujf
Marvin is ,. udent at Id,?
er High school Among the,
who came hen for his Bar i
were his aunl Mrs. D
Passaic, N.J.. and Mrs s 2
Norwalk. Cor..,., and his .
mother, Mrs M. Aron, ofl
necticut.
Signs of Uli times: Ina]
wood delicato isen, Jack
waited patiently for a
beef sandwich Finally
asked the waitress: "Didn'w
take our ord "No."
smiled, "that was my
"Gosh," said Jack, "has it I
THAT long?'
ents. Most children have 11
ent or relative who will wa|
visit at regular intervals.
The bureau, a Comn
Chest agency, is just raised^
board rate for hildren in 1
homes in recognition of the i
cost of living in Miami.
Persons intt i ted in pro
a foster home may conUttl
bureau at 127 N.W. Second
telephone 2-316.
UNVEILING
BETVvEEN COVERS:
A "must" for i
America is "A tisai
Baruch. Only 1 West av. will take

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PAGE FIFTEEN
L^lav, Course
Lque Injouth
Xwmber "f '""I attorneys
Krving as special lecturers
f,h(. law review refresher
V 5p0n8Ored by the Uni-
L f M>ami for returning
|L and candidates for the
I bar Nomination. This .s
I., urse of to toul to Je
^ to veterans to the ^uth.
f remaining lecture. wUlllj:
Taxation by Charles A.
iiu. Feb. 28, Workmen s
Ction by E. A. Poppell;
ffStracts and Title E*-
, ',. by Alvin Cassel;
jfB Criminal Code by
;'V,.n.n Hawthorne; March
y,(ilI Practice by J. M.
ie I Vlbert Pallot is prin-
G lecturer for the course.
Ls.. 're held Monday
Gay i rid Friday evenings at
county courthouse.__________
National Leaders To
Address Circle Forum
The role of the Histradruth and
the present situation in Palestine
will be discussed at a meeting of
the Workmen's Circle at the
lyceum, 25 Washington ave., to-
morrow evening.
Samuel Osipow, of Boston, for-
mer national president of the
Workmen's Circle, a/id Abe Ham-
lin of the National Labor Com-
mittee of Palestine will be guest
speakers. An open discussion will
follow The public is invited.
Bowlers Hold Tourney
A handicap tournament will be
held by Miami Y bowlers at the
Palace Bowling alley 8:30 p.m.
Monday. Al Reisman has asked
that all persons interested in join-
ing a new bowling league conVtct
the Y before Feb. 28, deadline for
the formation of the group.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
n* Andrew W Gottschall, director of the Miami
n, rd['Table of the National Conference of Christians
\ w. speak on "An Adventure in Brother-
;; .' Friday evening services 8:1i p.m.. in observ-
Rr. therhood Week. Mrs. M. B. Ross will light
?,"'.; :,iKs Mrs Max Orovitz and Mrs. Stella Hantman
!;., chairmen of the reception that will be given by
C Sisterhood following the services. They will be as-
lisud by he Mesdames Morris Plant. Hyman Kaplan,
lVrlman. Harry Rubin and Adolph Wertheimer.
th services, 11 a.m. Saturday.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
Third Ave., Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conservative
This Sabbath is Federation Sabbath in Greater
Miami, for information purposes only, in view of the
fnnuai campaign. Dr. Manfred Ane former supreme
court jurist of Austria, will be guest speaker at late Friday
ing services, 8:15 p.m., and will discuss "*?.
itten the Past?" Mr. and Mrs Eli Hinkus will be
hosts at the social hour following the services in honor
of the t.uthday of their son, Seymour. Sabbath services.
8-30 a m The Bar Mitzva of David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
min Miller, will be observed. Student services.
10 30 a in. Bar Mitzva breakfast, sponsored by the f.-i.
IS Sunday morning. Mr. Louis Schwartz and nis
ter, Evelyn, will be hosts.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cenlor Emanuel Barken
ConserTaiiTe
On the occasion of National Brotherhood Week.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "BrotherhoodSuccess or
Failure" at the late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.
ration Sabbath will be observed at services. 9 a.m.
day with Morris Klass as guest speaker. The
Bai Mitzva of Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oaken.
will be observed. Junior congregation, 10 a.m.; Mincna.
p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos and Maariv. Young
7 p.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. 9 a.m.
lay. Young People's league dance. 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox
Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services. 10
i Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third
si Daily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Federation
bath will be observed this week end.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chose Ave. at 41st
St.. Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberel
Di Glenn C. James, minister of the White Temple,
Will sueak on "February, 1946, Symbol of Freedom:
HI. The Word Cannot Exist Half Slave and Half Free
at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Federation
Sabbath wil be observed at services at 10:45 a.m. Satur-
when Rabbi Kronish will discuss "American Jewry
and the Golden Calf."
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cenlor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss "Fathering a Country"
at late Friday evening services. 8:30 p.m., commemorating
the birthday of George Washington. Adult Saturday
mR services. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on Ransom." Guest speakers will address the congre-
Eation briefly on Federation Sabbath. Intermediate ser-
yices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Bible study,
% o m., with S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m.
yrand Rabbi Nathan Twirsky. Miropoler rabbi of Chelsea,
Mass., will be guest speaker. Malava Malke, 8 p.m. in
honor of Rabbi Twirsky.
J.D.C. "SOS" Campaign Opens
Jews of Havana Show
Interest In Zionism
New York'* Mayor William O'Dwyer present* hi* contribution of canned
food al the launching of the "SOS" collection of Supplies for Oversea*
Survivor*, sponsored by the Joint Distribution Committee, to Mrs. Isaac
Cilman, President of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organisations.
Fourteen national women's group* are cooperating in the emergency
campaign to collect 20,000.000 pounds of relief in kind for immediate
shipment to Jewich survivors, (upplementing regular JDC work.
Rabbi Kellner Writes
Book of Sermons
CUBANS CONTRIBUTE
By Herman A. Binder
(Editor's note: Mr. Binder re-
cently returned from a trip to
Cuba, during which he visited
leaders of the Havana Jewish
community.)
Sitting in the sun-splashed
patio at Prado 260, Havana, I
chatted with Rabbi Arthur Le-
bowitz, who formerly lived in
Lansing, Mich. This building,
owned by the Havana Zionist or-
ganization, is a typical, spacious
Spanish-design structure situated
on Havana's "Fifth Avenue."
A splendid library is being
maintained by the Zionist group
for the use of the public and the
Hillel foundation. Rabbi Lebo-
witz, a graduate of the Hebrew
Union college, is director of the
foundation and rabbi of the re-
form congregation.
Since the establishment of the
foundation at the University of
Havana last October, more than
250 students have joined. It was
interesting to note that in a city
such as Havana, inhabited by a
limited number of Jews, that the
Zionists have a membership of
almost 1,000 and are, to the
knowledge of Rabbi Lebowitz,
the only Zionist group which has
purchased its own building.
"A Rabbi's Faith, Sermons of
Hope and Courage," by Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner has been
published by the Sons of Abra-
ham, Albany, N.Y. The book is
a compilation of Rabbi Kellner's
recent sermons.
Rabbi Kellner occupied the
pulpit of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation for approxi-
mately six years and was here
during the construction of tthe
Congregation's new building.
A graduate of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanon Yeshiva, he received a
degree from the University of
Miami during his stay here.
NEW YORKA check for $2,-
600 to cover the cost of purchas-
ing and shipping 20,000 pounds of
matzos to distressed Jews in
Europe has been presented to
the Joint Distribution Committee
by Kalman Wedenes, represent-
ing the United Mohoth Chitim
committee of Havana, uba.
"The Significance of Hebrew
Observances" was described by
Rabbi Max Shapiro before the
congregation of the White Tem-
ple recently. Rabbi Shapiro also
spoke at a University of Miami
convocation celebrating national
Brotherhood Week.
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donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County.
How about you?
A certain quota is required at all times to
provide ior emergencies which may arise in
the community. To fall below this quota could
be dangerous for the welfare of our neigh-
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Hollywood Community
Seeks $25,000 Fund
To Complete Center
Con l
ributes loJ.D.C. Passover Fund
By Anna D. Daniels
With a goal of $26,000, the Jev -
ish Community Center of Holly-
wood has launched a "Buy -i
Block" campaign to raise funds
for the completion ol its build-
ing new being i < i ted on Polk st.
between 20th '' T!"
Center will hold ; din-
ner-dance Sund evi ning at the
Spotlite club to augment the
drive. Outstanding theal al
celebrities will pn itertain-
ment.
The Center build un-
der construction will coi t; in a
chapeli a lai ge re< i ation hall,
several classrooms and a fully-.
equipped kitchen. As fund- be- Sisterhood Committees
come available, addition. I wings Arrange Purim Ball
will be aded. Facilities will bi
devoted to the religious, i iltun Beth D
and social needs of Holl;
residents and \
ation hall will be ilabli i ;.
other organization: as v ell ... Hall. Pi
the Center. :
rempoi ts, i
organization an lo< I in 1
Morsi !
Religious school cli
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Rel
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ilic < itiiiiuuniM
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on Sunday mor. gs
till noon and
3 p.m Mo,
The Men's gi
Mondays ol
mor.'.:. A !'.?/'/
on the first and third Tuesd
Wedm day <
Ailaili Israel, in Havana,
r.'., "j f,0(l from lhe United Moliolli (hitim Com-
S.CE.:. "" K L.......***** ^ ^ o*&
',,;,,. fo| irrha f ,,,. and other P.Mover .uppl.es.
Ti j.l <: P.......r pror .m ill bring Pww item t #'?* h
I J;K SO rontri ih............I the world. In the United Slate, he
)l). ,,,,, e. it. rund. from the 1946 ? 100.000,000 campaign of the
United Jewith Kppt tl<
To Present Operetta
gram an th an em-
RECEIVE CITATION
The Jewish
arj and thi Natioi 'ast-
ing company received from the
Natii nal nee ol Christ-
tians and Jews a cital
tinguished merit for the pn tei
tation of the best
religioui Tli Eternal
Light, as part of the Conference's
Brotherhood Week Program.
The award was made Sun
on the Eternal Light program. 11
a.m. over WIOD.
An pen tin in Yid
lectioi
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efreshmen! | i
Sam j held I en-
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Mn -1-
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will be
First anniversary of the local
Junior Hadassah unit will be
celebrated March 10 with a
brunch at the National hotel.
The unit is organizing Zionist
study groups conducted by
Samuel Miller.
tary school.
LEGAL NOTICES
Plant for a Purim party will
i y the Miami Ladies'
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
for lhe Aged 1:30 p.m. Tues-
day al 1545 S.W. Third st.
Mrs. Joel Zalis will preside at
lhe mec-
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Paint ahd hardware store
Dealers in Pratt < Lambert's Pa'.nts < Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
Beautiiul Miami
Medical Center
Faellitlei for treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
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iWfc;Wvw*-4WK& I PAGE EIGHT Jewt&ntfMtofL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY % l USO Star Decries German Plot To Discredit Jewish War Effort B, Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink ,w Mi Helen Waren. noted s, and radio star, who has visiting in Mian s with the II W •. Appeal. telU Rosenstocks to Mark Golden Anniversary v ... %  I Will i an %  Beach Photographer Wins Accla lni For Unusual Portrayal of Artists |h; stoi ies ol cupie : I nil contact with n sons b..th in II German] She des( ribes a visit I called i ; Barre, children from countrii Europe. Tins, children, plained, wi ke littU beasts, retaining only tl instinct child I met in G f the evei on Miss W ,ith Bernie. The plan is to en aged to le I Germans th< lb for the evelet hi at on is so inci edib i storj it i scarcely be bel suade them shi hypnotic force i hal those hugi hrutes, tl S %  actually She stood outside one of th< matona and and night, night a i told me, with ning togctliei i that :. %  1 I ill be foi ... The ate date has been set for April 29. • nterlicers of Shi I their 1 i ipous • i %  baker) Dai g New brutioi .: .-. li Levy, i Ml Veri N %  k i havi two | I Elj sei 11 i ] LON1 '• British gov ment i pi inning i-1 I iki : thi A al Li le boycott from Pali i Colonial Secretary George Hall announced this week in ; ions. Wending his way through his daily duties on Miami Beach in obtrusive manner, a young achieved dtetinc, gnition for his artistic a photographer that : ,lt to duplicate. I Newman converted his lography into a pro.,t will acquire for him I the annals of photohistory. A comparative : the field. Arnold artistic trend by ration he still ti the brush and canvas. i ncouraged him to ent. He drifted iphy and a gracious • %  ected ins work. a studio in the building and maintains thi Versailles and %  : leading Beach hotels. ni hide innumerable bi !in s and distini visitors thai pay us a call ursi of the year. I.,, n privileged to porof the world's outstanditists at work with some of %  nctive masterpieces. one of three sons, is of the nation's top%  : .wt photographers. A ; the Miami Senior and the University he resides at 1411 Colvi Miami Beach, with his Mrs. Freda Newman, li nt of the Miami Beach h Ci nti r Sisterhood. He ; one brother, Edward, in the and an'it her brother, %  ey, a practicing attorney, was jusl released from the Navy. Coming from Atlantic City, the family has lived here for 12 years, Mr. Newman, senior, passed away five yean ago To Newman'credit is the nationwide publicity he i, ceiving from leading nat^ magazines throughout the 2 % work have appeared in thf.iT York Times Magazine Sectie-.!! try. Recent reproductions 0 '(T nnci i ,.,i ;_ .. ** November and in he"£5 (photographic journal) t ne 3 month. In Dec,-,, i„. r tne T* Digest devoted several pag J? Newman and his pictures 1 magazine, February 4th i^ devoted a three-page spread^ producing several of a 75 pJ collection of artists' portrait. taken over a fivi year perw Critics say his v ,;k revealj, new technique, capturing tb I personalities of most toprankiai' contemporary artists of ^J United States. His method is t, I photograph the ail t against, I background of hivork. He has staged a i umber of oneman exhibits in the North and had a collection on exhibitions the Philadelphia Museum of Ait since September. It was recently announced that the Museum purchased the entire collection tills] "Artists Look Like This." Dig in your pockets not, Give to the 1946 Combintd Jewish Appeal. Feb. 24 k March 4. Sound—StableVigoroui Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Yaara of Experience in Buildup Construction on Miami Bech -%  i*m: sense of a n Feb. 10 A] I smok. and 1 dresses, and heapi ---;--J :*y?" .. We i %  • %  I rvel•• .. %  : i 054 % %  • %  %  %  Wl f*.l 'i* ...



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LfEBHUARY^i^l +J*nlKl Ikrldllnn PAGE ELEVEN rse Engaged >nard Oxenberg ^d Mrs. I^ouis B. Hoffr s w. Fourth St., recentlunced the engagement Cantor to Entertain At Dessert Luncheon New members of the Miami Beach Women'* Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be feted at a dessert luncheon at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will present a program of "Interpretations in Jewish Humor and Jewish Folk Lore," accompanied by Joseph Schreibman at the piano. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside. *j5 ,, Natalie, to Leoixenbu on "f Mr. and L w „ r ,i Oxenburg, of 1628 V-th ave. JHoffn is a graduate of [HIRII school and has been (as ;i cadet nurse in Phila) ist year and a Mr. Oxi nburg was recently .. the Army Air ; UK 18 months in Clfir. Ijatc h: been set for the LEGA: NOTICES BBYO Employs Director For Southeast Region Miss Gertrude Carnovsky has arrived in Miami to assume the position of director of girls' work for the B'nai B'rith Youth organization in the Fifth district, southeast region. Miss Carnovsky recently completed seven years of youth work in Palestine. She will make her headquarters at the B'nai B'rith office in Miami. BB Women to Meet Mrs. Benjamin Landau, president, has called an important business meeting of the B'nai B'rith Women for 1:15 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Landau will speak on "Brotherhood" in observance of national Brotherhood Week. A vole will be taken on the proposal to divide the organization into Town and Beach groups. Dessert luncheon will be served before the meeting. Discrimination Theme At Congress Meeting "Economic Discrimination and Legislation" will be the theme of the program of the meeting to be held by the Women's division, American Jewish Congress 2 p.m. Monday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. MTS. Benjamin Sherry, program chairman, will present Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink who will review Arthur Miller's "Focus." Mrs. S. H. Leslie will preside. iiiiiiiimnii|| IIUIIllllMllI l.lllll Hill % % %  ill Hill IN GREATER MIAMI BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Tine WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets KA BY GIVEN that ng to encase in i cl Itlous name of KU SERVICE. Ini Y i! r>'i: i %  11 IIIEBY GIVEN that r'' ileslrlna to engage In i fli titioiiH name of >l V\l> .11 UY .ICVENILE < W. 22nd Street. • lister said name • the circuit Court of P %  ; '!"' Ida. KICK UOSENSTOCK -!.(.\V |AM %  i U.I.OT. Irn.v for \|ii,lnants. %  '' • Bide, r THE BROOK CLUB KITTY CARLISLE D'ANGELO & VANYA Jules Lcmde Orchestra Pedro and his Rumba Orchestra MANETTI. Maitre d'Hotel \£ii*uta eaVu*a Presents Nightly JOEE. LEWIS AUSTIN MACK At the Piano RESERVATIONS: 5B-3B77 OAOK BLVD., COR. WCBT AVE. Mnti %  ,'"' %  IT COURT OF THE H 'I I M. cilictMT IN AND ;HANCI RV >UNTT FI ORIDA B7S27 IRDER OF PUBLICATION IA.\ |i; U'KOX, BE III. kCPOX, l '" '' ""• %  ?!""' %  It, c-.ue of May P"i, %  • Bast Market Street, pen. i il h v ordered to file, your nswer to the Bill of um r liivotce filed against HEKXIAN BLAUPOX, on or "" J day of March. 1946. itlons of said Bill %  i? ..'.' "nfessed against you. IK ,\ ORDERED this 12th 1 r>bi : ... i:,„; f B I.'IATHERMAN. < lerk of circuit Court „ > I M. WORDEN. DC. %  /Court Sean *"?< foi Plaintiff. 1 • *" flCK l.s HKItKIIY GIVEN that Pawned, desiring to engage In SSHI-I ', fi'-titloua name of EJ-.V AR 0 INSTITUTE, at 223 sria'.-iStreet, Miami, Florida. %  tC? .!" a,d name w|,h t*> e Vn .'• ,' '""'' Court of Dade r. r1"iila. L ELI HURWITZ. I s • HEIMAN „Q J .U J BI5CAYNE UDIEVAHD AT EIGHTY-SIXTH STREBT COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER RESERVATIONS PHONE PIERRE' 73831 VICTOR HOTEL 3n the Bsaeh at 12th St. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 100 Rooms. 100 Baths All Rooms facing Ocean Ultra-modern appointments Excellent Kosher Cuisine Open to the public Make Reservations Early Phone Miami Beach 6-0041 MOCAMBA 100 23rd St., Opp. Roney Plaza Now Entirely Air Conditioned —PRESENTSGeorgie Miguellto Price Valdes Kay Vernon Copsey & Ayres TWO ORCHESTRAS Machito's Afro-Cubans Maximillian Beoers Reservations Phone Frank: 5-6302 ft : i R l ,^i'';;' ', :,,Y VEN "•* I rmrZZ ",', 'I'll'lous name of En"' u "", ln, f"ds to rerfMer ine* SAMLEFF Eg *w Applicant ITS* —t mlv i.i-i ••• %  •'•! ••• •• "" %  MM Ssssr M n,UI M st UIKI "Ml" '" Jfc. Finnt hfrnatiooat Cumne in Jjjjjf TABI.K D'HOTE and A %  >•% %  < %  %  %  Imported CAompojaei and ten Win1 Music by cfiABLIE BUBECK Dlaar Masle ^AW^QP^ttiS. X^. W loU' < asK* a morocco RESTAURANTt^BAR CoUini Ava. of 33rd SI. Miomi MOTH t, VIUAl >v?: I r.vtirR, loley stmks that wUl melt in yoar moath urvsd la the eooleit place In town from 4 Se mldnlcht. New Orlraas eolslne — Munlo ii Marty Raye at the plane In the cocktail lounge. 626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONI 2-8171 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Blumenfeld's FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Rsstaurant—666 Collins AvenutJ—Miami Beach Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y. and HOTEL WINDSOR, Lakewood. N. J. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave.. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED II odi-i %  "•• M rnnnii ,if Mir Urlai ^ •! NwHwasM**! Telephone 58 2979 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 The Only Irav RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4058—Open rjaily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M. P A PPY'S fME FOODS ** *~ COLLINS AT 20TH MIAMI BEACH AIR • CONDITIONED 9 A.M.-3 A.M. Specializing In ... BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs oi Beef 224 W. 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ESBSraRE-'V? I rsL BENEFITS SCHOOL AT BEKHJEMFLE Temple Beth Sholom Staterhood Will sponsor its annual luncheon at noon Wednesday a the Copacabana for the benefit of the Temple's religious school. according to Mrs. Leon J. EH Sisterhood president. Feature of the luncheon Will be the distribution of the souvenir calendar journal prepared by Mrs. Louis Meitus, ways and means chairman, and Mrs. Norman m, Mrs. Abe Salosko. Mrs. i, Mrs. Joseph Gratz and Mrs. 13. Rudnick. A limit. available and i med b > calling Mrs. Louis Ki n fc>. 6-1385, who hi ads the ticket mittee with Mn David Phillips and Mrs. Charh Tob 1. Others planning are Mrs. M. Bi %  %  M Rokaw, jewels con mittei ; Mrs H. Tup; • A Schiff, memorials: Mrs. .' Mrs. J. Arkin husl • nd Mn S haeffi r, %  ry; Mrs I %  : I treas l : %  III : I B.'Whit uppn %  ttee. Palm Beach MBS. MABY SCHBEBNIOL **— S Robbins, New Haven, is the Jest of Mr. and Mrs. Seus, 513 gu< Cli matis. The Rev. W. Dickson, 524 Hampton rd.. pioneer local residents. Charles DicksoZ former .resiDrummond. dent, is visiting from I del p^enfof th^WSt Palm Beach Ph. __ Ministerial association, wW ; ajtaa a. • % % %  : lent v h v. Bayer, s. etary. "• %  Mrs. M '' Te \ vinG i H B %  %  ln vice lent, and Wi! M %  '•; : Hi She ., ides at S. Sapo near : %  Army .%  vi r il n onths • Univeritj : Fl n ida. hour hostess last Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave have retur „ed from a visit to Gainesville with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. MM Mr. Schudler, recently l from • Navy, h • : %  %  v 1 rackii S M Noah the children guest artists at musical recital at the Norton Art gallery. Morton Eisenberg %  re..! %  : %  m thi Ni vy. Miss Helena Held, stu nurse returned to Boston %  n g h< m tl i Mrs. Pearl A ai d Mrs Sachs, 11 Chi( their son in-law and Dr. .,mi Mrs. C irl N in. Mr %  %  Mis %  ; %  ti • iied their : w ti Ma re' eentlv. Survivor of Jap Camp ToS p At Town Ha ll Foru m UesdJ Max Hill, radio commentator, foreign corresp^l author, will lecture at Temple Israel at 8:15 p. m .^ Si Men's club Town Hall forum series. He wiU^I "America's Future in Asia. W Hill was made chief of the Associated p reM T in 1940 and was arrested on Dec. 7. 1941, 'harq edwi H stories "detrimental to Japanese diplomacy." Imprisoned in Sugamo prison, he was hied and, hut his sentence was suspended to 18 month, m ^ dement in a 5 by 9 cell In une^942. under excfil rnent he was returned to theO ^ a^^JI SSSa from the effects (1 f ,„s prison diet of cold ice and lukewarm tea. Hill .,.,„,,. the successful book, Ex,, Ship." an account of his Snoo miles, nlne-weel: voyage from Japan, a voyage which took !;,,„ vir Tually around the world. I n ,944 he was on his way ,, l( k to the war fronts as corre5 pondent for NBC. covering stories m Algiers. Naples Cassino, Muio, Cairo. Tel-Aviv. Palestine, I n k a r a Istanbul. Rumania, R omei Northern Italy, Paris and London. Sine his return to America he been heard as commentator .j NBC's full network program "Sheaffer World Parade, and has conti MAX HILL ited articles | ing publications. BPW Division to Hold Third Bingo Party A 1 "" %  !h Hadi vill b vi Busim Ad ting of I %  i, man Mis. Alfred M. Mamlot. of Newark, N.J., will discuss | cal Zionism at BPW's meetii it thi 1 %  !! y For the first time in the hisuf the Temple Beth I Bas Mitzva ill be hi norning when Joy Dickson will be honored. Joy is the i child of Mr. and Mrs. Mi Samuel .•: %  em irmei presidi ntial ad\ i ler, was a %  guest at Hoti 1 Whiti hall. Have 5,700,000 died in vain? Give to the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABL1SHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Bocks—All Religious Articles—Novelties C "1BC "C't SOUTHERN DAIRIES gCSK <- ^ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tb %£^-S*^fc^. Nationally Famous Southern DairiM ProMi rtUW ducts and Ice Cream. WMMJE • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE **W **WW W WWl WH I M I WW W Wl C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No jcb too larvje or loo small. Over 50 years in business. M m <^^^ MARY M. BLACK Boarding and Day School Pre-School and Elomerwary LITERATURE ON BEQUEST 665 S. W. Fourth Street Phone 2-E587 EUblithd 1918 l*a r*-. FOR VHE BEST OI DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MJZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 Wast Palm Beach, Fla. ABILITY AND EXPERIENCE ARE YOUR F.EQ'JIREMLNTS WHEN You SULECI EMPLOYEES. Consider. Carefully, the significance oi this requisite when you elect a man to handle s.c importunt a DOsition as CHIEF OF POLICE. He Must Have Experience \o Understan I the Deirands of This Office—and the Ability to Execute Then. PAST RECORD AND PERFORMANCE SHOULD ELECT R0BT. W. (Bob) MILBURN CHIEF OF POLICE MARCH 5th An Experienced. Practical Law Enforcement Office* <*Hla Politic.! Ad) N. Y. Raises Record Sum NEW YORK—A total of $23,501)000 in contributions and pledges has been raised in the 1945-46 campaign of the FederaI Jewish Philanthropies of N, v. Yoik. it has been announced by Maurice Wertheim, chairman of the appeal. This sum is the largest amount ever obtained in le campaign tor health and welfare needs by a local private philanthropic organization. UNFINISHED CHESTS 5 Styles and Sixes $15.50 to $19.50 A. KRONENFELD JOHN KRONENFELD N$ PTWWtST ,, 77 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 78-3212 Sgt. Leonard SchwJ Mr. and Mrs. Isidores 1553 S. W Seventh ,L released from the Anrt three y< • :\u-c, patj he spent in Panama! Htl a stud, nt i.t the L'nin Miami. They will live if ywi, to the Combined IewiihJ| la ml from her very chill is to becon i a writer. By MA HI A K. SKI S. J. BLOI H l'UBLI5H| M %  B.ink tM Detroit. MICH. Miami BCOK Stores call U ed .ite dtliW! immiiHiiiMiiiii ITOUBY I PAINTING ICQ 3-5O0q LltiltSlO AMPtfSM£oC( 669 N.W.6^ Street MIAMI 36. FLORIDA i'WIIIIBIIIIBIIIIBMI'Cliilf""* 1 ^ %  .-.^^^"^^i.jiis.gW .-i_. I', tmaPjS8CTSHt i P'"^



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K AYI FEBRUARY 22, 1946 +•*-! stlhihli&n PAGE FIFTEEN L^lav, Course Lque Injouth Xwmber "f '""I attorneys Krving as special lecturers f, h( law review refresher V 5p0n8O red by the UniL „f M>ami for returning |L and candidates for the I bar Nomination. This .s I., urse of to toul to Je ^ to veterans to the ^uth. f remaining lecture. wUlllj: „ Taxation by Charles A. iiu. Feb. 28, Workmen s Ction by E. A. Poppell; ffStracts and Title E*, ',. by Alvin Cassel; jfB Criminal Code by ;' V ,.n.n Hawthorne; March y, (ilI Practice by J. M. i e I Vlbert Pallot is prinG lecturer for the course. Ls.. 're held Monday Gay i rid Friday evenings at county courthouse. National Leaders To Address Circle Forum The role of the Histradruth and the present situation in Palestine will be discussed at a meeting of the Workmen's Circle at the lyceum, 25 Washington ave., tomorrow evening. Samuel Osipow, of Boston, former national president of the Workmen's Circle, a/id Abe Hamlin of the National Labor Committee of Palestine will be guest speakers. An open discussion will follow The public is invited. Bowlers Hold Tourney A handicap tournament will be held by Miami Y bowlers at the Palace Bowling alley 8:30 p.m. Monday. Al Reisman has asked that all persons interested in joining a new bowling league conVtct the Y before Feb. 28, deadline for the formation of the group. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform n* Andrew W Gottschall, director of the Miami n, rd['Table of the National Conference of Christians \ w. speak on "An Adventure in Brother;; .'• Friday evening services 8:1i p.m.. in observ„Rr. therhood Week. Mrs. M. B. Ross will light ?,"'.; :,iKs Mrs Max Orovitz and Mrs. Stella Hantman !;., chairmen of the reception that will be given by C Sisterhood following the services. They will be aslisud by he Mesdames Morris Plant. Hyman Kaplan, lVrlman. Harry Rubin and Adolph Wertheimer. th services, 11 a.m. Saturday. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third Ave., Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conservative This Sabbath is Federation Sabbath in Greater Miami, for information purposes only, in view of the fnnuai campaign. Dr. Manfred Ane former supreme court jurist of Austria, will be guest speaker at late Friday ing services, 8:15 p.m., and will discuss "*?. itten the Past?" Mr. and Mrs Eli Hinkus will be hosts at the social hour following the services in honor of the t.uthday of their son, Seymour. Sabbath services. 8-30 a m The Bar Mitzva of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. min Miller, will be observed. Student services. 10 30 a in. Bar Mitzva breakfast, sponsored by the f.-i. IS Sunday morning. Mr. Louis Schwartz and nis ter, Evelyn, will be hosts. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cenlor Emanuel Barken ConserTaiiTe On the occasion of National Brotherhood Week. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "Brotherhood—Success or Failure" at the late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. ration Sabbath will be observed at services. 9 a.m. day with Morris Klass as guest speaker. The Bai Mitzva of Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oaken. will be observed. Junior congregation, 10 a.m.; Mincna. p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos and Maariv. Young 7 p.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. 9 a.m. lay. Young People's league dance. 8:30 p.m. Sunday. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami REV. MAURICE MAMCHES. Orthodox Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation services. 10 i Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third si Daily services, 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Federation bath will be observed this week end. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chose Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberel Di Glenn C. James, minister of the White Temple, Will sueak on "February, 1946, Symbol of Freedom: HI. The Word Cannot Exist Half Slave and Half Free at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Federation Sabbath wil be observed at services at 10:45 a.m. Saturwhen Rabbi Kronish will discuss "American Jewry and the Golden Calf." BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cenlor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss "Fathering a Country" at late Friday evening services. 8:30 p.m., commemorating the birthday of George Washington. Adult Saturday mR services. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on •Ransom." Guest speakers will address the congreEation briefly on Federation Sabbath. Intermediate seryices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Bible study, % o m., with S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m. yrand Rabbi Nathan Twirsky. Miropoler rabbi of Chelsea, Mass., will be guest speaker. Malava Malke, 8 p.m. in honor of Rabbi Twirsky. J.D.C. "SOS" Campaign Opens Jews of Havana Show Interest In Zionism New York'* Mayor William O'Dwyer present* hi* contribution of canned food al the launching of the "SOS" collection of Supplies for Oversea* Survivor*, sponsored by the Joint Distribution Committee, to Mrs. Isaac Cilman, President of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organisations. Fourteen national women's group* are cooperating in the emergency campaign to collect 20,000.000 pounds of relief in kind for immediate shipment to Jewich survivors, (upplementing regular JDC work. Rabbi Kellner Writes Book of Sermons CUBANS CONTRIBUTE By Herman A. Binder (Editor's note: Mr. Binder recently returned from a trip to Cuba, during which he visited leaders of the Havana Jewish community.) Sitting in the sun-splashed patio at Prado 260, Havana, I chatted with Rabbi Arthur Lebowitz, who formerly lived in Lansing, Mich. This building, owned by the Havana Zionist organization, is a typical, spacious Spanish-design structure situated on Havana's "Fifth Avenue." A splendid library is being maintained by the Zionist group for the use of the public and the Hillel foundation. Rabbi Lebowitz, a graduate of the Hebrew Union college, is director of the foundation and rabbi of the reform congregation. Since the establishment of the foundation at the University of Havana last October, more than 250 students have joined. It was interesting to note that in a city such as Havana, inhabited by a limited number of Jews, that the Zionists have a membership of almost 1,000 and are, to the knowledge of Rabbi Lebowitz, the only Zionist group which has purchased its own building. "A Rabbi's Faith, Sermons of Hope and Courage," by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner has been published by the Sons of Abraham, Albany, N.Y. The book is a compilation of Rabbi Kellner's recent sermons. Rabbi Kellner occupied the pulpit of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation for approximately six years and was here during the construction of tthe Congregation's new building. A graduate of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanon Yeshiva, he received a degree from the University of Miami during his stay here. NEW YORK—A check for $2,600 to cover the cost of purchasing and shipping 20,000 pounds of matzos to distressed Jews in Europe has been presented to the Joint Distribution Committee by Kalman Wedenes, representing the United Mohoth Chitim committee of Havana, uba. "The Significance of Hebrew Observances" was described by Rabbi Max Shapiro before the congregation of the White Temple recently. Rabbi Shapiro also spoke at a University of Miami convocation celebrating national Brotherhood Week. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructor* Agency for Driver* License* And Auto Tao* FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 6th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 6-50(2 TvjGUST BROS R>; TTLUuni for REST I CONVALESCEMO ^CMKOMICCASEJ tin Ray Park a I th Resort MIAMI-W f L AGLIB Q. 10-COL'BT-fLOH'O" ALKA-SELTZER P 1 */* MY DAY GENERAL PAINTING Fre* Estimate* Qlvan BY BEST MECHANICB I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Aniwtr Call 2-5105 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Eler.trolog.nt Removing Superfluous Hair Warts end Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Rood Phone 5-1448 13 Year* of Succ***ful Practice In New York, New Jeney and Miami Recommended by tha Medical Profenion O CCASIONALLY. X wake up %  the mornin* with a Heada rh o. It aoovstoes wean •* •J"J* h J, %  niddle of the forenoon, but I oool want to wait that lot* "o I drink • S of sparkling ALKA-SELTZER, fnjust a little while I am feeling a lot better. Sometime* the week's ironing tires M *nd makes meacewijnd stiff. Then tfs ALKA-SELTZER to.the rescue-a tablet or two and a little JSTmakeme fael more likefinish* Inf tha Job. And when I •*J&** 0 ta,1 T, J£ a-TwelLALKA-SELTZER relieve*) £, Add Indigestion that so often fellows. Tea. Alka-Sltxer brightens my 4av It brings relief from so many ,T my diacSnforta, that I always kaepU handy. Why don 't yea *wi a P*<*f*JJ* AUCA-SELTZER at your drug store, today? < Lsxs Package Ht, Small m. ve to th. oo f 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 ior emergencies which may arise in the community. To fall below this quota could be dangerous for the welfare of our neighbors, and ourselves. Remember many lives might be at stake. Why not call some of your friends and all go together? Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County i I r .* 1 i i. if: 1 1 R\ i



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00 W omen Vo lunteer for Unprecedented Drive IVets Form Team |to Help Drive fVT, fthel946ComBd tnX* Appeal, headed by Kdfrev K. Newman, attorney. %  S55-D. who recently-returnLa fruw three and a half years service in the Navy as a full lieutenant, has recruited a group o f professional and businessmen of Miami Beach who have set out 1 to make their team an outstanding one in | this life saving campaign, which starts Sunday, men of this vet• *V NEWMAN Most f ,hc have nave served their Icountiv for three years and all Kbeen on active duty overK Newman saw actlonto the Bribbeen area in an anti-subfcarine unit. His airplane squad[fon received credit for seven leneniy submarine*. Newman is captain of this team forking under Harold Turk Chairman of the Men s Beach Llicitat.on division. Theex-serare Bernard Frank, iRaplK; K. Yunes Arthur Kahn J iHarol.i Zmn, Al Lehrman, Al lOssip. Hubert Shapiro, Hylan iKout. and Judge Melvin Richlards CAMPAIGN CALENDAR 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Feb. 24 Sunday 24 Sunday Kick-Off Breakfast. 10 a.m., Lilley's Restaurant 24 24 25 Sunday Sunday Monday 27 Mar. 1 4 I Medical—2 p.m.—Social. Cadillac Hotel Speaker—Dr. E. M. Bluestone Food—Retail Mass Meeting—8 p.m. First Report—12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant Past presidents, past campaign chairmen and board chairmen to be honored Evening Parlor Meeting—Town Home Solicitation Captains. Women Wednesday Evening Parlor Meeting—Beach Solicitation Wednesday Second Report—12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant. Women's day, honoring women's organization presidents. General solicitation day. Youth Rally—8 p.m. Temple Israel. Speaker—Chaplain Leo Geiger. Third Report—12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant. Local Agency Day. Fourth Report—12 noon. Lilley's Restaurant. Final Report and VICTORY—8 p.m. Temple Israel. 25 Monday 27 27 Wednesday Friday Monday Wednesday Federation Sabbath Precedes CJA Kickoff Miami to Observe Jewish Music Month Youth Has Major Role [in 1946 Fund Campaign Youth will play its part in the ]04 Combined Jewish Appeal Iwher \ ung Miamians gather at |i Uy Wednesday evening at [Temple Israel. Over 1,500 men [and women of 14 years and up [have been invited to participate. The program will include ent %  i, dancing and an api %  I by ('hnplaln Leo Geiger. lalie Frankel and Ted ISaknwitz, both University of Milami lav chool students, are diIrecl activities of the youth |di\ inder the guidance of IMau Grossman, youth organ11 1 ih division is reaching 70 : of Miami's Jewish : mgh visitation to club Inn-, I II Friday evening and Saturday morning have been designated as i Federation Sabbath in the synagoguei and temples of Greater | Miami. Services will be dedicated to the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal, and pleas will be made from the pulpits by both the rabbis and lay leaders of the community for the aid and cooperation of the members of the various congregations in making this lifesaving campaign for $783,100 a success. The 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal will provide for the needs of 70 local, national, and overseas services, and these religious services will stress the spiritual aspect involved in the responsibility of American Jewry towards their less fortunate co-religionists abroad. Federation Sabbath is sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association in order to focus the attention of the Jewish community upon the emergency needs of this life-saving campaign. Members of the association are Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president; Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Leon Kronish and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. A report of the nominating CommUtee will be delivered al the i-ngregation meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center I p.m. Monday, according to Samuel Friedland, president. Musical programs dedicated to ancient and modern Jewish music will feature the celebration of .national Jewish Music Week Feb. 24 to March 3. Locally, the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee, composed of 16 organizations, will extend the celebration through March and present three concerts, culminating with a program at the Normandie Isle school March 31. Mrs. Leo Huberman, soprano; Gerard Haft, 'cellist, and Leon Kushner, pianist, will be featured in the concerts which will be held at the Town and Beach Ys, as well as the Normandie school. Dates of the concerts have not been announced. Local houses of worship are also planning to observe the music celebration. Beth Jacob will present a two hour program of recorded music by Jewish musicians and composers 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Community building. Other houses of worship will sponsor musical program within the next few weeks. Fannie Brioe says "I'd love to wear suits like Barbara Stanwyck, but I can't get her Taylor!" Hospital Director Spurs Drive Group Dr. E. M. Bluestone, eminent physician and researcher, direo tor of the Montefiore hospital in New York city, will address the medical division of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Cadillac hotel. Heading the medical division are Dr. Alexander Kushner and Dr. T. M. Berman, assisted by: Dr. Lawrence Adler, Dr. I. H. Ages, Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, Dr. Stanley H. Axelrod, Dr. Aaron Bernstein, Dr. Wm. Bernstein, Dr. Morris Blau. Dr. Wm. K. Boros, Dr Henry Cadan, Dr. Isaac B. Cippes,.Dr. Stanley Frehling, Dr. M. J. Glick, Dr. H. A. Greene, Dr. A. R. Hollender, Dr. Emil Isberg, Dr. F. H. Kauders, Dr. Jack Kaufman, Dr. M. D. Kirsch, Dr. Bernard Kleinman, Dr. Nathaniel Levin, Dr. Louis Lytton, Dr. Robert Mayer, Dr. E. Meadows, Dr. Benj. Oren, Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. B. C. Pollock, Dr. Murray Reckson, Dr. P. Rezek, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Dr. Manning J. Rosnick, Dr. Bernard Ross, Dr. Edward Roth, Dr. Jandon Schwarz, Dr. Sol Selevan, Dr. Jacob Steinberg, Dr. Harry Tarr, Dr. Barney Weinkle, Dr. Phillip Weinstein, Dr. S. Chas. Werblow. TO DISCUSS RUSSIA The Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett. minister of the Church of the Good Neighbor, and Edwin S. Smith of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, will be guest speakers at the Miami Beach Jewish Center adult education institute 9 p.m. Wednesday. Their topic will be "Russia— The Enigma." Shepard Broad will act as moderator. Four hundred women have volunteered to serve in the general solicitation division of the Greater Miami 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal which opens its drive for $783,100 on Sunday. Never before in the history of the local campaigns for this Appeal have so large a number of women workers offered their services, and unprecedented results are anticipated from their efforts. Wm. D. Singer, chairman, says, in connection with the work of the general solicitation committee, "This is the most difficult and arduous work of the campaign, consisting as it does of door-to-door solicitation, requiring untiring perseverance and patient courage. Wars are not won by generals; the sacrifice and unselfish labor of the whole army insures victory. All credit is due these soldiers in the ranks, without whose unswerving devotion, our goal could not hope to be attained." Town Women will hold several parlor meetings Monday evening and Beach women workers will hold parlor sessions Wednesday evening. Representatives of Federation's Speakers' bureau will address the workers. Mrs. Max Dobrin is chairman of the general solicitation division, with Mrs. Milton Sirkin heading the women workers of the division for both Miami and Miami Beach; Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman for the Beach, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman for Miami. Harold Turk and Milton Friedman are heading the men workers of the general solicitation division. The Combined Jewish Appeal needs your help. Give now! r 710 S. W. 12Ui AV. MIAMf-i LA J-J4J/.J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OfFK3ALLY KPKSOT W MAJNrn JEWISH nMML Iifwrnobon Gladly fumatmi en ftquf "RYINC MIAMI BUM I MAM f xc/usive/y Jewish WANTED By Rabbi and his wife, room with kitchen privileges in strictly kosher home. Contact Mr. A. Rubenslein. 907 Euclid Ave. 5-4434. CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Enrollments Now Being Accepted Call Miss Dubler 9-1923 KOLBER BROS. Venetian Blind Manufacturer 2100 N. W. 13th Avenue .. 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!" *L !" wirJ BROTHERHOOD WEEK 'Tnhace as in War *"**•JOIN THE AMERICAN BROTHERHOOD WEEK OF FEB. 17-24 A TIME FOR ACTION The week of Washinglc. lay 1946. BROTHERHOOD WEEK, \*i'.! me oi extension of the work of the K .-'• I inference of Christians and Jews. With ihu batue>CTy. "Join the American Brotherhood an opportunity will be given ever/ American 'o belp. This slogan means that you and I will stand up and be counted as those who will give to others the same dignity and rights wu want to keep ourselves. Every American is asked to do two things for American Brotherhood. 1. Live it. 2. Contribute to the extension program. P. RICHARDSON Insulation—Firebricks—Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Ave. Phone 4-2201 Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 3-4860 ii l: WOFFORD PACKAGE STORE WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS CALL 5-1413 WE AIM TO PLEASE 2401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach WALT ERSON BODY WORKS. INC. 1135 North Miami Avenue "Skilled Craftsmen Throughout the Years" MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg., Miami Beach THE EXTENSION PLAN AIL or any fraction of the following program which the American people care to support can be carried out: 1. To ask scientists and universities to analyze group hostilities and to harness potential forces for inter-jroup cooperation on civic goals, as they worked successfully on the problem of atomic energ/. 2. To Bid colleges of education lo train teachB to use their knowledge in teaching youth. 3. To assist school systems and teachers In bu;ldmg democratic altitudes, feelings, and habits of co-operalion. w. A. GLASS Scot; Radio and Appliance Co. .230 B,scayne Blvd. p horie 7-1252 A n, S PEED QUEEN WASHERS A. Wdys P;enty rf g^ Equipme!lt A • r G IV E N %  „ PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 142, Congress Bldg. Miami. Fla. hone 3-36S8 EGNER & MULCAHY~ it M r o TAILORS nN.E.2ndAve. _Pho„. W 231 "TABLE-TESTED" POULTRY AND EGGS Strictly Fresh Eggs Fresh Killed Poultry W. P. CORBITT Phone 3-3689 4. To aid Sunday schools and religious organizations to develop their own materials and plans to guard America and ourselves against hatreds, bigotry and intolerance. 5. To create materials that can be used by conventions and local programs oi all civic, labor and business organizations in increasing practical American Brotherhood. 6. To work with the Army and Navy in the application oi American Brotherhood to their educational programs. 7. To equip service stations In each American city with manpower and materials for crisis situation, education and co-operation. ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL — INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring—Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue Phones 3-6294 — 7-3082 Up-to-Dsle Van Service LEW M. CISCO TRANSFER fc STORAGE 3 28 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-5411 RUBINS BODY & FENDER WORKS 1306 N. E. Boyshore Court Phone 2-6611 W. L. HARRIS REAL ESTATE APPRAISER Ingraham Building Phone 2-1769 ^>R. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Conors*. Building Phone 2-5254 Street Floor Ki^Xj-iMiAoLii^i^*-**^,^'.



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syrf^Hgi^Ss^SlMSK • • PAGE TWO VeUoncdty +Je*lslJK£!dto[L=== FRIDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 337 Zionist groups Mj ^JM* N.E. 38th st. will hold an open £ !" X Y are visiting house supper party Sunday He.gn -^TGoldstein, Doctor Set Date Announce, j^&M, ""' ^ Miss Miami 4 crhools in Jacksonville and the Goldstein ^"^.^.i with the city attorneys College of Law end was com ^^ ^^ office before becoming a auditing organization in W born Jan 30 ... Dr. am TsThe'Tis.er of Mr. ; ^^wtiX^on of Mr. and Mrs The bride Ruth Martin, fa ^ Louis Weinkle of Miami of Hazelton Euclid Herbert cna m. % — %  *• :.-• %  •• % %  %  sfLelchuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norfolk. Va.. arejhe £ %  : daughter. Virgin; son of Mr. ana ran. woiiwi*. .-. — -%  .. nfirnr i elchuk of Miami their son-in-law and daughter Sach. The couple were marMr. and Mrs. Ben SUven fied here Tuesday Mr. and Mr and Mrs Abraham Ba • Mrs. Lester Hart celebrated a man of Long Island. N. ... are dual occasion-their 201 stopping at the Commodore versary and their daughter, hote l Mr. and Mrs. Max Harriets, birthday, Saturday Rosenstein, 4342 Sheridan ave., evening at a formal party for C!e entertaining their sister-ina large number of guests. Mrs Aaron Rosenstein of B'nai B'rith Winx Frolics will Brooklyn ... Mr. and Mrs. be held at the Beach Elks club Cecil Myers of Rock way Park, Sunday with partial proceeds N. Y are visiting their son and going to the National Children's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mis. Cardiac Home. The affair was g, .;.•,• C. Myers %  Mr. and originally scheduled for last Mrs. Irwin Kate reti Brichton Bead:. L. I., N. Y., aftei a live week stay at the Dorset. Vwth them were Mr. and Mrs Leo Steinberg and their son, David. Beach Resident Weds Mr. Siegel in Phila. week Miss Gloria H. Deutsch and Irving J. Feibus were married Jan. 26 at Temple Beth Sholom and honeymooned in Havana. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Deutsch and Mr. Ft parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam. B. Feibus, Scranton, Pa. Yeoman 2-C Stanley A. Zalis has been discharged from the Navy after serving two years Philain the Pacific on the USS TutuM L ilia. The son of Mr. and Mrs expect Joel Zalis, he plans to enter on theii college Mrs. Nat Williams, T president of the Miami section National Council of Jewish Women, will attend Councils ;.' l f presidents' meeting in Atlantic City March 27 and 28 Nat Kupper returned home yester • i. nth* he H V 11 *" %  york city. E i : I .... v formerly e at S • N > V w : f A Mrs. 1 : SI. Will I nor al er, Carl Wi nkl. %  .' n k irei • I BLUM-CHARNOW Miss D S. C of £ Lehn last Moi *as : the itel. A reception and luncheon at the Pancoast-Grossinger hotel followed the recent wedding of Miss Sloane of Philadelphia to Samuel J. Halperin of New York Rabbi Irving Lehrman of,1 at the ceremony. The couple is honeymooning in Holly' wood Beach. Save a life—give to the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. Couple to Make I In Peona In Ap f Mr. and Mrs i„ their home m pZj? L by Rabbi Irving UhS? day evening ..£*£, the forme M %  > %  %  E S M h a e rtn Pa„ i\ i from Hazelton High Hazelton State HL. of Nursing. Mr. WeiV overseas and was al for more than four v! now in the real estate in Peoria. Out-of-town guertg-j ding included the |*y mother, Mrs. Elizabeth of Peoria; Mr and MB. Chicago; Miss Fl min, Hazelton, Peoria. now j •'lie was i lorencel and Moml day after a week at Jackson Memorial hospital. TOURIST TOPICS Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Werman. of New York, are visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Werman, 1301 Alton rd. They are stopping at the Hotel New Yorker Mrs. M. Louis Kroman, wife of a Chicago architect, is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman, 2445 Flamingo dr. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hamlin, national figures of the Paole Zion, are in Miami assisting labor • he couple %  is visiting in B> I .. u re recepen today and • M Mrs At the wei by hi Mr. an M L %  %  I..I I ,-5 LINCCXN POAD MIAMI BfACM QPtN 1 45 P M. ^ASTflAC.lS AT ].d \bpenrt 11: IS rflPiTO] j \,'i(0*OltlOill)L j Open n-.4S AT THREE THEATRES COUPON 1 enjoy your "The Drama I of Palestine" series and enclose S towards its I cost and for ycur other good work. Put A Big-Time Girl In a Small Town and there's bound to be a scandal! GEORGE RAFT "WHISTLE STOP" AVA GARDNER In Her First Starring Role VICTOR McLAGLEN TOM CONWAY Name Address Write to Miami Beach Zionist District, care of Radio Station WKAT. Listen to Burdine's radio program, "Fashion Time," over WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. See the Exhibit! Plexiglas Dream Suite Now on display at Burdine's Miami Store Plexiglas, famed as the "Bomber Nose Plastic" now steps into the home of tomorrow to bring new beauty and comfort. See the new peacetime uses in the Dream Suite display brought to us by Rohm and Haas. Suite includes bathroom, dressing room and bedroom. NEW YORI ML FLORIDA Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3 • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS • STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY! Unscheduled flights for your added convenience. Fori_ lions ar.d information for individual chartered passigtotl plete chartered plane, call 3-345S. PASSENGER DIVISION AIR CARGO LIlWj 304 E. Flagler Ph.I PASSENGER ( TRANS-CARIBBEAN MIAMI JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB Ruth Brotman Management present DRUKE & SHAN Dvnamic and Brilliant Duo Piano TefflJ in MUSIC FROM BACH TO GERSHWIN Successors to FRAY & BRAGIOTTI Benefit Mercy and Cancer Hospital! MONDAY. MARCH 4, 1946 8:00 M Miami Edison High School — 6101 N. W. 2nd A Tickets Priced at $ 1.50—$2.00—S2.50-S3JD (Plu Federal Tax) Will Be On Sale At MIAMI Burdine's Mensnine on Feb. 26 2'-*• Red Cross Dept. Store (Kodak Depi.J Music Store. Chalmers Music. CORAL GABLES—Amidon'e Music Store m MIAMI BEACH Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks Fifty Beach Radio. Eddie's News r. Stuff. JESSIE S. MOOPE. Chairman of Concert. NtJ Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGN1FIFD MEMORIAL PARKS u ** wlMhD SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David Beth U^Z M Jew,sh Orthodox and Sisterhood ChesS Shel Erffes" 1 For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our in v .. .. .. "In Vain Do Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Riaht." The Prescription Cente 405 LINCOLN ROAD si WASHINGTON AV0" Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees 30 v l rLTS fcon 0ur 0wn aw 30 Year, of Setufied Customer. FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phose 4-3710 FANCY GIFT BOXES MARMALADES At Yo* DeT"* Telepb"' I Prescription. 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f F EBRUARY 22, 1946 r0 Wins $1,000 [rshwin Contest V0RK __Harold Shapero, I old Harvard graduate Won Center, Mass., has Ldtlu winner of theisectnual George Gershwin C a i contest, sponsored by Lodge olBWBrith to lation Uh the B'nai B'rlth %  •oundati^n. knade in D," a composition L g 01 iirstra, is the name Winning composition, which kr Shapf ro a cash prize of Ld a world premiere of Vk bv the Rochester Philtic orchestra under Leonnstein's baton at the B'nai IVictorv Lodge Gershwin hal concert at Carnegie I March 16. jffers Free Trip round trip to Palestine fg offend by the Jewish Bl Fund council of Los Anpr the best slogan regardr p lanting of trees in Pales., ng to Samuel S. man of the special nmittt'. %  slogan should not have Ihan 15 winds. Anyone in Cited States, except the pronl staffs of the JNF, is rtlcipaU. %  M uld be sent to the [Nal Fund, 742 S. Hill i Angeles, before April 15. +Jewlsti lb,H, tr PAGE THIRTEEN 'i \ \ How American Jews Are Rehabilitating Surviving .,. Jews Of Europe Through The United Jewish Appeal *8av jUST BROS R\ / la the BEST? JARRASSING HAIR WISHED FOREVER from face. arms and legs SAFELY PAINLESSLY RAPIDLY with Short Wave Electronic Method at a rale of 400 to 800 hairs per hour. Endorsed by Medical profession. tENE GOODMAN Jnciin Rd. Phone 58-2997 LINCOLN ARCADE REBUILDING YOUNG BODIES—On arrival in the Jewi.h homeland In Palestine, these orphans were rushed to a sanatorium, supported &f the American people through the 8100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign. Good food and the Palestinian sun proved to be the boat medicine for quickly rebuilding their young bodies. From the sanatorium they will be sent to a farm settlement, one of the 300 founded with the aid of the United Palestine Appeal, one of the three constituent agencies of the U. J. A. BEFORE AND AFTER—Miraculously rescued from a Nazi concentration camp, this 9-month-old living skeleton was quickly fattened up with special foods and medicines. A total of 140,000 surviving Jewish children in Europe are dependent on the help provided by the Joint Distribution Committee, which derives its fund* from the historic $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. YOUNG FOLK DANCE The Young Folks' league of Temple Beth Sholom holds an open house for young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 every Sunday evening at 8 p.m. in the Temple social hall. The group is sponsored by the Men's club of the Temple, and its director is Robert Zuckerman. There is dancing from 8—11 p.m. and the gameroom is open for those who do not care to dance. FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR AL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 Author to Give Review For Pioneer Women Mrs. Charles Zunser of New York, author of "Yesterday," will review Arthur Miller's "Focus" at a meeting sponsored by the three local chapters of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. The event will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Beth David auditorium with Mrs. Max Shapiro, program chairman of the Kadimah chapter, presiding. Mrs. Zunser, a member of the Pioneer group, is vacationing at the Beach Park hotel. The seventh annual donor dinner of the Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami will be held at Lilley's restaurant on March 25. A nationally known speaker will be presented at that time. To Stage Stag Night Stag nite wil be staged by the Men's club of Temple Beth Sholom 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Temple, according to Abe Blatt, president. Entertainment, refreshments and a surprise speaker will be featured. A proposal for the organization of a Boy Scout troop will be presented at the business meeting which will precede the program. Obituaries LACH laldore l.a.-li. : % %  '.. r.74 N. B. lUth si., died last Thursday In Patterson. N. J., where he operated a dental laboratory. He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Herthii I^ifh, and two daughters. Miss (iertrude Lach and Miss I'aula l-i. h. IN. tli of Miami. Funeral -services were held Monday al Cordon chapel, with llahhi Said Appelbaum officiating. Burial was In (iraceland cemetery. FISHMAN Morris Fishman. 61). 4T> Collins ct.. Miami Beach, died in a Miami Beach hospital Saturday following a brief Illness. He had been a resident here for the oast six years, coining to Miami Beach from New York city. He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Henrietta Fishman, and a sister. Mrs. Estelle DeUeato. Funeral services were held Monday at fSordon chapel with burial in Mt. Sinai cemetery. ADLERBLUM David Adlerblum. 71, died Friday at his home. 1S20 S. W. Sixth st. He came from Chicago 10 years ago. Surviving arc three daughters. Mrs. Ann Slatzkv. Mrs. Sadie Kane and Mrs. Ruth Ellis. Services were held Sundav at the Palmer chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery. MEEflSON Isaac Meerson. 75. operator of an apartment house at 1244 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach, died Tuesday In a hospital. He came here 11 years ago from Brooklyn. N. Y. He leaves his wife, Esther. Miami Beach, and a daughter. Mrs. Alia Packman. mncaster. Kv. Services were conducted Wednesday at Riverside Memorial chapel, followed by burial at Mt. Nebo cemeteryKRIPPELL William Krlppell. 66. a winter visltor from Irvlngton. N. J„ died Tuesday at his Miami Beach residence. 1430 Michigan ave. He leaves his wife. Clara; two sons. Jack and Harry: two daughters. Mrs. Rose Weiss. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Fay Oross. Newark. N J. The body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to Newark. for BETTER LIVING... \s 7 ZIONISTS PROTEST TERRORIST'S RETURN NEW YORK—Great Britain's action in returning Jamal el Husseini, Arab terrorist leader, to Palestine has been denounced as "another step in British imperialistic intrigue in the Midle East" by the American Zionist Emergency council. After reviewing Jamal el Husseini's record of "organized brigandry, anti-Jewish and anti-British terror and pro-Axis alignment and activity before and during World War ," the council's statement declared: "Despite this record of crime and treason, Jamel el Husseini has now been allowed to resume his political agitation in Palestine. There can be little doubt as to the character of his future activities. The way is open for him again to embark on a campaign of terror, directed both against Palestine Jewry and the moderates among the Arabs who do not share the extreme views of the Husseini Party." Britain's reason for re-importing Jamal el Husseini, Amin Tamini and other agents of the ex-Mufti at this particular juncture is clear, the council said. "The British Colonial office is now engaged in bolstering PanArabism and the Arab League, which are meant to be instrumental in the perpetuation of Britain's sole control over the Middle East. This may provide sufficient ground for Britain's willingness to forget the anti-British character and activities of the Mufti clique. Britain also seems willing to offer into the bargain the sacrifice of Zionism and Jewish rights in Palestine." In registering its protest against "the pro-fascist intrigues of the British Colonial Office in the Middle East," the" Council said it wishes to draw the attention of American public opinion "to the dangerous implications of this policy, which must not remain unchallenged." Rabbi Lehrman Plans Red Cross Sabbath Rabbi Irving Lehrman has been appointed to serve on an interfaith committee which is making preparations for Red Cross Sabbath which will be oberved next weekend in houses of worship throughout the area. Others on the committee are Dr. Caswell Johnstone and Father John H. McAtee, S.J. I, • I Ji I X^Z&ititiSS&f.^ ,' *, J'.; i'-\ %  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai



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• PAGE FOURTEEN 'Between You and Me>>\l %  r ight, By BORIS SMOLAS 1944. %  %  tends • • %  ': Stl1 It ;• • %  %  sell ar I • '• title I t ion of Ai %  %  %  V Cong • f com] • %  A %  tes. in form ::ng %  rrbers of I %  %  n %  the ] '... : N'< w i'ork, ft! %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  N • I in %  %  %  %  •%  %  to *.c United Si tatioi • • %  to whet %  • %  • i t GENEROSITY NOTES: %  0 L'mtcd ll Local Bureau Repeats Need for Foster Homes weeks ago the Child, bureau made an apin the Jewish Flondian for foi young Jewish I., date, the only famsponded wanted a ption, according to Bucher of the bureau. %  .... one four, one three, care. Another child, A ill need care imaftei the mother's conthere are Jewish famMiami who would find JS and satisfaction in ofimily life and love to children who have had rmal family experi.: Bucher said. In thi last four months over n have heen brought attention of the bureau. Bucher describes this as an nted number for so i ace of time. During January, the highest of Jewish children the has ever known needed F : some, solutions other en! ean be found, but the family situations li pi rate that placement Illy answer. in au's services are vlun foster homes canfound." she asserted. i ; will wish to bewell acquainted with the i nts to make the best • possible for both the child and the foster family. None ildren are available for in though some may need a long period of time ;ntil they can rejoin their parMARVIN GOODJJ OBSERVES BAT* Over 200 cup i e Bar Ifltzva man, son of Mr M "itendedi larvin D and Mn j A. Goodman Beth Sholo... Kabbi LTS ish and Cat.; c.^^M ; .iurd,y a tT( K officiated at .<-.-,.,.,.. .*"* %  services in, wiarvin aenv. • %  d a srxwk 71 brew and E.^lJ|. ,petch k| Following the service S t.on was held .„ the tf, the evening. ..pproxima^S friends and ... nbers o( Ml ily celebrated the oeesZl, supper in th, St. Monujf Marvin is ,. •udent at Id,? er High school Among the, who came hen for his Bar i were his aunl Mrs. D Passaic, N.J.. and Mrs s 2 Norwalk. Cor..,., and his mother, Mrs M. Aron, ofl necticut. Signs of Uli times: Ina] wood delicato isen, Jack waited patiently for a beef sandwich Finally asked the waitress: "Didn'w take our ord "No." smiled, "that was my "Gosh," said Jack, "has it I THAT long?' ents. Most children have 11 ent or relative who will wa| visit at regular intervals. The bureau, a Comn Chest agency, is just raised^ board rate for % %  hildren in 1 homes in recognition of the i cost of living in Miami. Persons intt i ted in pro a foster home may conUttl bureau at 127 N.W. Second telephone 2-316. UNVEILING BETVvEEN COVERS: A "must" for i America is "A tisai Baruch. Only 1 West av. will take • k At'. i Oni %  -. %  I the by the author, but th( ibt that he gives ing ansv. er • %  ting Jewish lifi in 1 An : I am I a Je \'V ; W remain J found answer in position of the Jews in Eu • Palestini t anti-S similation, nal .. .phics of Ji wish lil A 30 p.m. Sunday in the been' Jev tioi I I i W • W Rabbi Max I officiati Ai: ingi • ents f Sid H. 1 it this coi two | pai riend s. B .-. to he present YOUR INCOME TAX Filf D'onerly Save money. If it's inconvsnient tn cill peromllj -.r if you live out of town write for our Instruction form SS for salary returns—S10 up for business, sales, etc MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART, Tax Division 7117 Biscayne Blvd. J. E. MARQUA, Tx Coniu'U-' Phone 74H| Life Uiiurarce Eitatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT G A N S Metrooolitan Life lm. Co, 907 Bleeayne Bids. Ph. 1-1414 or 4-9981 MEMORIAL CHAPEL £-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123$ Washington Ave. Miami Beach THOS M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director ABE CI&fc,NBERG. ;.,.,.„. r ., In New York: riiih SI. and Ani:,i. iiijin Avo IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAI and '•> Liberal D i v i d on v • i] Insured Savings-; Account Save Sa ely Save Easily Write for Details 1111 Lincoln Road • /a aiocic tast ol Alto CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. P mld nt HAVANA MEXICO Jamaica Guatemala South America Enjoy One of Our De Luxe All-Expense Guest Tow With Private Limousines and English-Speaking Guide Arrangements Made To All World-Wide Points Via AIH—RAIL—BUS—SHIP For Information Phone or Write LARKIN TRAVEL SERVICE 533 LINCOLN RD., MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA TELEPHONES 5-2155-56-57 ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUB LOCAL DELICATESSEN Deliciom Salami Wain** Corned B*| Pastrami This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand itl H Block East of Alton Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IE YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., In* OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. DkWbutOlTi „n£lHl 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE aunlS PHONE: &/.,:-.,-_..-....--:_%  ^HRBSaMHSHSBlCHMMBBHBHSB fffleertwenllitiwinjiii


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^ Y rFRRUARY 22, 1946 AJatfiftAcfcfac PAGE NINE By Geoige Talianoff ,. Regional Director. ADL e balloting in Georgia this produce"! a new congressor rather a congresswoman, 'rlckn Douglas Mankin. The woman candidate for Robert speckseat, she defeated 17 | contest, its. From all availinformation, the house of fcsentatives will be enhanced he addition of Mrs. Mankin, has made a good record for elf as a progressive, liberal holder, a champion of the non num. lit theic was more to the gia special election than was led on the wires. One of the lidatcs raised the ugly issue Eigious prejudice) reminiscent laziism at its worst. aid Atlantans were shocked [week ti read in their mornMwspapers a two-column adsemrnt inserted by one of aspirants to the high public of U. S. congressman. If you elect me congressread this ad, "I shall re to have Jews listed |the census as a race, deptively. lash immigration to the ivestigate graft charges nsi Henry Morgenihau. lave name-changers identify linal names in parenthesis. ft have used bad tactics to real their numbers in this airy. Is it just an accident Jews have made a prederance of enemies, and -Jews a preponderance of rids, in ether nations? Jews Iced a move sought to make numbers known in the ius. Their 'Invisible Power' racial unity gives them all nlage ever trusting Genand hence over our govnent. ." |ter engaging in a titanic conflict in which we sufmore than a million casualan effort to stamp out "the Er race,'' it is most distressifind we are confronted with lame bigoted theories here toe. Atlanta newspaper deCed this "vicious example of ous intolerance" both by jf a caustic editorial and Bhing cartoon. In part the rial rei d: is discouraging to think Inundnds of thousands of "lean youths—of every color, |and creed—laid down their Ithat inesponsible fanatics treatc strife and dissension winy racial and religious r can only hope that those Save no more to offer than iw-minded bigotry will re| su ^ a lack of encourageI st the hands of an outraged T ate that sooner or later ncir small minds will learn campaigns based on preju gujot make for victory 'results of the special r erc most interesting. i hiai, Cl ing a fine libe ral „' Eh off 'ce of representa iinpu ng >ss the vot ers pgly repudiated the ape fcp ejudicc as advocated gwpnsing candidate Uoto! a d He only gar L Sh as „ com Pared to Mho poli ed 11,0991 K! DD fr t h t ^e averBtaS muster at ieas< fes a i r f oma rnong his own Wnuv nend8 This M P ir •""ently eve n l ost the supr. Bluestone to Make Survey >r Jewish Ho spital Committee E M. Bluestone, medical director of the Montefiore hos%  iof New York, will arrive here today to conduct a survey tnnnection with plans for the erection of a Jewish hospital in •"Greater Miami area. A graduate of Columbia university, I j or merly assistant superintendent of ML Sinai hospital |Tw York. He organized the hospital system in Palestine iHadassah and is considered one of the foremost hospital hrti In t!ie wor a r Dr Bluestone has travelled widely throughout the country, lina surveys and reports on medical and hospital conditions. Throughout his career, he has stressed the importance of research and has been responsible for bringing to the United States many scientists and research specialists who fled from Nazi persecution. He is a member of Hadassah's Medical Advisory committee and is helping in the arrangements for the medical school of the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. The temporary citizen's committee which has been working on this project include Max Orovitz, chairman; Mrs. Max Dobrin, temporary secretary; Sam Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Mitchell Wolfson, Alex Van Straaten, Dr. Morris Goodman, Carl Weinkle, William D. Singer, J. Gerald Lewis, Henry D. Williams, Abraham Goodman, A. A. Ungar, Monte Selig, Stanley C. Myers, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Samuel Friedland. In announcing Dr. Buestone's proposed survey of local hospital conditions, this committee issued the following announcement: "The Jewish population of the Greater Miami area has enjoyed the blessings of considerable prosperity and success. We feel that in turn we owe to the community a debt and responsibility, which can be discharged to a certain extent by providing the means of protecting and safeguarding the health of its citizenry through the establishment of a modern, well conducted hospital, dedicated to serve the health needs of the community. Furthermore, as Jews, we feel a sincere obligation to continue the historical tradition of Jewish medical participation. Some of our greatest minds and most devoted servants in the cause of medical progress have been liquidated by Nazi savagery. By the establishment of a Jewish hospital in Greater Miami, we tee an opportunity to pay tribute in tangible form to the uniquely Jewish contribution to science which has characterized our people." A temporary committee of physicians has been asked to confer with Dr. Bluestone, consisting of Dr. Max Dobrin, Dr. Stanley Frehling, Dr. Louis Lytton, Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. Jandon Schwarz and Dr. S. Charles Werblow. During his stay in Miami, Dr. Bluestone will also address several meetings in the interest of the Greater Miami 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. elecat fCIn appeal reeal by who garnerthe port of individuals very close to him, as is indicated by the ridiculous showing he made. We are reminded of a phrase President Truman uttered upon his inauguration: "Vigilance, the eternal price of liberty." In this case, the people of Georgia exercised such vigilance at the ballot box by voting against one who would divide us at home by attempting to foist his peculiar type of demagoguery. Your Complete Depa rtm ent Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your conveaience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Ftafte St, Miami WEST POINT INSTRUCTOR AND BRIDE PICTURED ON THEIR wedding day last August in London are Col. Joshua FinkeL and his bride, the former Hazel Davis, who are now at West Point Military academy where Col. Finkel is a member of the faculty. The couple recently visited here for a belated honeymoon after Mrs. Finkel, who was an officer with WREN, flew here to join her husband. Col. Finkel went overseas in May, 1944, received the Legion of Merit award and, as ordnance officer of the 82nd airborne division, participated in the Normandy invasion and battles in Sicily, Salerno and Holland. Col. Finkel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Finkel, Miami, and the cousin of Ben Finkel, Miami Beach. Beth Jacob to Honor Children for JNF Work A Jewish National Fund party will be held at Beth Jacob Community building 6 p.m. Sunday for children of the religious school who took part in the congregation's recent JNF campaign. Over $500 was collected. Mrs. Ethel Schaffron will be hostess. Prizes and refreshments will be distributed. TO ARRANGE SEDER Arrangements for its third seder will be made by the Bialick branch, Jewish National Workers' alliance 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Beach Y. S. Ashkenazi will preside. Morris Roninsky will speak on REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Tr*tworthv Real Estats Service •06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861 behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Visiting chaverim have been invited to attend the meeting. HAROLD RAND. M.D. Announces His Return From Military Service And Resumption of Medical Practice 444 Ingraham Building Telephone 2-1940 Zionist Group Okays Youth Work Budget A budget of expenditures for youth work was approved by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission which met at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff Monday evening. Mrs. Mescheloff is chairman of the committee which prepared the budget. Reports of youth work were given by E. Lesowoder, chairman of Young Judaea; A. C. Bialolenki, for Masada, and Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, Junior Hadassah. S. A. Goodman, commission chairman, described the work of the recent regional ZOA conference which included the decision to employ a field director for youth work in the southeast. I : MIAMIANS FETED Harold Turk and George Talianoff were entertained by officers of the St. Petersburg B'nai B'rith lodge Tuesday evening at a dinner. The banquet preceded a-meeting of the lodge at which Turk spoke on B'nai B'rith's postpar program and Talianoff discussed the Anti-Defamation league. •Featuring the Finest In CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR Expert Fitting by AL WEISS Peter Pan Bootery 130 South Miami Ave. Children's. Growing Girls' and| Boys' Shoes RTVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISt* N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best curefor chronic tick, convalescent and elderly people SANRL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices %  mLanae Beautiful Qroundesssssaa HOME FOR SALE Possession given. Lovely 3bedroom furnished C.B.S. AMONG NICE HOMES Near Gables, Stores and buses For $9,400 — One-half Cash CHESTER BARTLETT 2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES A. 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-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREQcnifidenUal By PHINEAS J. BIRON_ stituting the uoars ago, Sam (wo years "b"> 1 1,,composer, and the writer, m,,f the battle vir lion Fin nin. ;crn. ran lc k. the ''l'"' created the symphonic ia Warsaw Ghetto. American artists, who responsible for the antata, The Common Sched in vain for a t „ present the ghetto They knocked at the tually every Jewish ,.„,! wore turned allv they approached w ho in ti"' n InterScan Dixon's 90-piece youth orchestra. And ., that on Feb. 10, Li t Hall took place the tmiere of the "Warsaw [by an interracial symchestra conducted by Kon, the Negro maestro. 3N PERIOD ome thai "The Commithl p. : n e of Civil and Liberty in the Amerttted !li' name of I\a [the list of reliable radio Btors? ... "A Hero |ome," written by Jean is a play that really faiti-Semitism at home. Esn't a Hmadway profck it up? ... It would fstinK to find out why far Relief, Inc., which lizable sums, does not a large relief,action in Is the American JewCess liquidating its InstiOG 1 **&&* P +\s* CM Petagorsky Information service? ... Is it true that the Eastern Slope hotel in North Conway, N. H., which does not admit Jewish guests, is owned by Harvey D. Gibson, head of Manufacturers Trust? COMMUNAL FRONT Many of the large Jewish central organizations, especially the civic protective agencies, are now taking on huge and expensive projects and places. But it remained for the ambitious American Jewish Congress to take over an entire department of the Canadian government. This is the Canadian War Information Service, which with the end of the war the Canadian government abandoned and which the former director of that service. Dr. David Petagorsky, has now brought with him from Toronto to New York and persuaded the American Jewish Congress' to take over. Thus the new educational division of the Congress will hereafter publish many pamphlets, leaflets, charts, illustrated booklets, wall newspapers and bulletins on Jewish subjects in exactly the form and shape of the Canadian government publications down lo the size of the booklets, the type of the illustrations and the color of the covers. CORRESPONDENCE Mr. S. of Philadelphia writes us: "A group of young Jews who recently established their homes in a suburb of Philadelphia and who are unaffiliated with any synagogue, decided that it would be a good idea to build a community house and to run it on a non-sectarian basis. With that end in view they approached a number of their non-Jewish neighbors and suggested that the entire community co-operate in the erection of the house. And the reply they got was this: 'If you are interested in merely building a social hall we will oppose you—but if you make it a house of prayer we'll help you'." PERSONALITIES Arnold Foster is now the big boss in the executive office of the Anti-Defamation league Everly Zieger, one of our most dynamic anti-Fascist workers, is Register Now 1—Every voter in Dade county must re-register before April 6 to vote in the May primaries. 2—Voters may re-register at the registration booths in their precincts through Feb. 28. 3—From March 1 to April 6, voters may re-gister in the courthouse lobby, regardless of their precinct. 4—Voters in doubt as to where they should register may obtain this information by phoning 9-3411, office of Carl HolmeY, supervisor of registration. 5—DO NOT CONFUSE this registration with the City of Miami's current purge of freehold ers for the city sewer bond referendum in April. The city does not adopt the county-wide registration system until 1947. now Mrs. Skapier, wife of Dr. Joseph Skapier, brilliant medical scientist working on cancer research. Dr. Skapier hails from Paris Yes, it's true, Meyer W. Weisgal is chartering a ship to carry 200 Jewish businessmen to Rehovoth. The reason is the laying of the cornerstone of the Weizmann Institute of Chemistry. SHOW DIRECTOR ^^ ,'i i 1 i BEN ESSEN, local building contractor, is responsible for the giggles, belly laughs and blushes that will be evoked by "Yiddish Night" that B'nai B'rith will present tomorrow evening at the Miami Beach High school. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Presents "YIDDISH NIGHT" An Evening of Fun and Entertainment AT THE MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Saturday, Feb. 23 8:15 P. M. AMATEURS in a PROFESSIONAL SHOW Directed by "THE BEN ESSEN" Starring Our Own IDA OPTNER Don't miss her MARX FEINBERG Of Opera Fame MAURICE GROSSMAN He Must Be Seen E. ALBERT PALLOT A Publicity Special PHYLLIS SCHULMAN Of Night Club Fame EUGENE WEISS Good at Figures J. BERNARD SPECTOR Barrister Ballet ISAAC LEVIN "Aqua" cadet ESSIE SCHAFFER Accompanist De Luxe REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Too Good for the Cast A CHORUS OF LITVAKS AND A Ballet Line Fit for the Met "HEAR THE HETZERS" MUSIC COMEDY DANCING Limited Seating Tickets $1.50 I I f"



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be\wiislb-IEIIiDipidliiain T^^^THE JEWISH U Y Curii THE JEWIS H WEE [g NUMBER 8 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS deration Workers Begin Canvass r Largest Goal in Miam! History **sy KNOW ,his child, this feeble old iwomar,, the shambles in which they | grasp for life. They are our people out for sustenance in a world which Nd therm all decencies of living for 13 |ears They are the major reason for Iewi V to raise S783.100 within the next % ks. Theirs is the emotional appeal, the Ithat gnaws the conscience of every Jew 1 essen ce oi humanitarianism left within ,he i pleas should be unnecessary. [ W not nee d 'heir tears to persuade us P< the Combined Jewish Appeal. We Pi need the stories of the gas chambers "eight cars of death. Nor should we I e cajoled and coerced by visions of I a deductions and self-satisfaction aa f uc 's of contributing. tjould 9 iy e in the true spirit of giving. c ntiibute. not on the basis oi eroding government levies. Not on statistical estimates of what is "substantial" in accordance with our present earnings and the outlook for future profits. Nor on a level comparative to what others are giving. We should give, we must give, above and beyond our normal financial capacities. We must sacrifice, deprive ourselves of earnestly desired material. Only then will we give enough. Enough to sustain the remnant of Jewish culture in Europe, to nurture the embryo of a Jewieh commonwealth in Palestine and to uplift the standard of Jewish living in Greater Miami and America. This is no time to dicker over dollars. This is the time to open our hearts, to respond to the call of the Combined Jewish Appeal. WE MUST WORK. WE MUST GIVE. News In Brief Combined Appeal Solicits $783,100 As Annual Drive Opens Sunday With the memory of 5,700,000 European Jews who died at the hands of Nazi brutality, Federation workers will open the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal for $783,100 Sunday morning at Lilley's restaurant. Five hundred workers are expected to attend the breakfast to map final plans to put the unprecedented drive over the top. In the evening, workers and contributors will gather at Temple Israel to hear Milton Susman, noted Pittsburgh attorney, outline the why of overseas relief. The 1946 campaign will provide for 70 local, national and overseas agencies, with the bulk of the funds—$500,000—going to the United Jewish Appeal. A very busy and active week is planned for campaign workers and the Jewish community Is asked to open their doors and their hearts when the solicitor from their neighborhood calls. Chairman William D. Singer, in a statement to the Jewish community, said: "Give generously if you can. Give moderately if you must, but give! And while you are at it give the volunteer worker a great big hand, a great big smile, a cordial welcome, a friendly reception, in every office, in every home, for the solicitor is helping you to do your part." Susman has visited the notorious German murder camp at Dachau and was a member of the morale division of the United States Army, which saw at first hand the evidence of the Nazi mass extermination program. He attended Harvard university and Pittsburgh Law school and was admitted to the bar in 1933. He was editor of the Pittsburgh Jewish Criterion. In 1942 he enlisted in the Army. While stationed in Germany he visited the concentration camp at Dachau, where he saw the crematory and the gas chamber, the unburied dead and the broken survivors. A trained observer, he has much to tell, not only concerning the tragic plight of the former prisoners of the Nazis, but also in regard to the reactions of the German people who were ordered to bury the dead. Susman has gathered much valuable information concerning the problems of the Jewish people all over the world and the manner in which their needs can be met. MUNICH—The Bavarian government has announced that it has set aside 2,000,000 reichmarks to make restitution to some 3,000 or 4,000 Jews now in Bavaria who were fined by the Nazi government following the assassination of Ernest vom Rath by Herschel Grynzpan, in Paris in 1938. Refunds will be .made only to those who can produce proof that they paid the fines. RIO DE JANEIRO—Small groups of Brazilian nationalists have plastered the streets surrounding the presidential palace with anti-American and anti-Semitic posters, the latter reading: "Eject the Jews from Brazil." NUREMBERG—In an over-all presentation of the picture of Nazi annihilation of Jews in Poland, Soviet prosecutors at the (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) Ben B'riths Cavort In "Yiddish Night Feelings won't be spared when the brothers of Solem Lodge present their "Yiddish Night" program 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Miami Beach High school auditorium. For the brothers will present take-offs on community characters that will evoke many a full-blown blush. Complete with comedy, dance and song, the show promises to be a Jewish "Hellzapoppin'" according to those who've seen sneak previews. Sponsored by the Town lodge of B'nai B'rith, the program is the first of its kind to be presented in South Florida. A capacity crowd is expected. Informed sources say that no one can afford to stay away. Directed and produced by Ben Essen, local building contractor and former producer of Jewish shows, Yiddish Night will be presented by a Cast of Marx Feinberg, Phyllis Schulman, Eugene Weiss, J. Bernard Spector, Isaac Levin, Maurice Grossman, the Rev. Maurice Mamches and Essie Schaffor, accompanist Feinberg recently appeared in the opera Faust. Tickets are $1.50 and may be obtained at the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Seybold bldg., or at the high school tomorrow evening. AJC Makes Demands For Survivor Aid CLEVELAND (JTA)—The three-day meeting of the American Jewish Conference concluded here after adopting a number of resolutions dealing with the refugee problem, the question of anti-Semitism and human rights and reparations. It also formulated demands to be presented for inclusion in the peace treaties when they are drawn, up. The conference also demanded that it establish liaison and close co-operation with the JDC. The delegates recommended that the international bill of rights of the UNO should, in addition to fundamental freedoms, I i i I (CONTINUED ON PAGE )



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%  P,ant and Mainfes 21 S. W. Second Al—^j^jjj P. O. Box 2973 ^rTT^^ V Pushed Every rridavSu., f | 927 hs$200; Subscription Hatcs.^\ FPEDK. SHOC1 ld ^H!? Sher RITAOl VOLUME [9 Jewish Order Plans Anniversary Concert A concert of vocal and instrumental music will be presen ed under the auspices of Lodg< %  •oft. Fiatc-m.. .,., Sunday at the M. ami Bea. school in oh I heit, Jewish newspapei Sundaj is also the ,| Jewish • A ee %  %  i i Powesky; i %  i lyric-dramatic soI companied by r: Tarboux trios and solos by Gerard Haft, 'cellist, and W l!,,hi: k, violinist, : mied by Marguerite Elsai The vi 11 known Yiddish poet and writer. Aaron Kurtz, will participate in the program. Ad • .. i,,n,, i. ncluding A BLACK PICTURE The situation ir. America relative to anti-Semitism, as depicted at the recent conference of the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at Detroit, is one to cause a-.ave concern. It must be retr.err.b^. ; e drawing these pictures were responsible and in sons. We have been told that anti-Semitism has si America. One of the recent newspaper polls seemed to show this, an I the representative of the Anti-Defamation told the conf* that while the number of s ieclinin there is a tendency to cons threes In other words, the anti-Serr.: .i.-3 seem tc be taking 3 lesson from the business world. The small fry reappear in a bigger way. We hav I the day of antiSemitic "combines."' Another communal leader pointed to still ar.cther threatening phase of American anti-Semitism. At one time it was confined to the lower levels of intelligence, bui today "the so-called better class" fascists are the real menace. Thus, a "Save America League" has been fonnt Com munism, but that is only a blind. Its n mutism. Other speakers pointed to the giowi] crimination against Jewish students at medical roll stressed that with the discrimination would have no place to practice unless m< %  are built. All in all, it's guite a mess—and we cannot cr! t< idly by—merely hoping for the best. lEWISH %  ^ JJtJ QUIZ r^k *^H BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1045, J. T. A.) GIVE HIM THE BUM'S RUSH Q. Why is it customary for the Jewish mother lo visit the synagogue a! her first opportunity after giving birth to her child? A : is pi maj ncienl Biblical reinctuefiniti 11 : : ft (Le\ it;.;. mclu the i ofBoth her com.4-in bably dune in ti i sense of completing her iod a.s well a..i %  %  Aly for su I beii i tored %  %  0Why is the father of the hild lied up before the Scroll 'cr blc r_, ? icated thi • o! We : i t. Yel ipon tl • have rm direct rifice I %  ti ken th ; Quired of 1 L to P to th.Scroll therefore i QWry is this so? ned in tl %  %  %  f( %  % %  t th. %  called up befor. | .. ,„ l() 'How the ad%  that both ws and lh( „„. neighbors as well as being re" atedtohisGod For tl < %  naming of th. Place either before the eqSrS ffT a tV he ""umcisS sh PP e s f thC t,U 1Um ot w AJC Makes Demands For Survivor Aid |CO NTINUED~FROM PAOE 1) also Include tho following spe' revisions: "1. Outlawing of anti-bemit,sm and racism, and making ncitement to, and practice of. racial and religious ducrimination a punishable offenie. "2. The right of every person to the nationality of that country in whose territory he was born, unless he desires another nationality. "3. The right of every person to emigrate freely and to be expatriated at his request. "4. The protection of specific group rights of ethnic, cultural and religious groups, especially in the field of education, welfare and religious and cultural activities." Tin' resolution also demanded that the international bill of rights of Hi" UNO be made a part <>f tl"' constitution of all members of the UNO. and that the right of appropriate and reptative organizations should |. stablished to petition the Commission on Human Rights, and any other organizations which might be set up by the UNO. The resolution asked the establishment by the United Nations iate authority and machinery to enable the resettlement of displaced Jews and to alleviate their plight in the meanTl %  ncy shall be supI by all tlie governments of fnited Nations.'" it said. It • ,! "Jewish Advisory Council" to the new internal authority on refugees be i. composed of representatives of appropriate and entative Jewish organizaFollowing a heated debate, in which many delegates took the floor to demand a clear-cut statement on the advisability of the establishment of the conference as a permanent body, a plenary session adopted a resolution authorizing the interim committee to continue and intensify its work, and lo call a fourth session "at such time and place as it deems advisable, but not later than 15 months from the dale of this session." A new interim committee was elected and given the right to choose an additional 15 members from the Jewish community at large. A budget of $250,000 tor the current year was approved. To Petition UNO mmittee of the was instructed in an' n to act with the ngress and the "ties ol British Jews steps for the the UNO of a •' | esentation" of ling with the prob%  • : abilitation, reOthei aspects of lotion at Jewish advisers the Inter-Allied ncy, also to the • ol division of military govern!" m Germany and Austria, reparations division incil, for the ng proper ldtnti%  %  Property, and lion and execu' %  "< -lso demanded % %  %  > ol Jerusalem •ncluded among the lo b. tried by the ;,; ••: tary Tnhunal Appeal, !c !nquify CommiM on cable : '" voted t0 se nd a Sttrrr tine ',,''' ""J'^h Palessa ss 'un; n re'ff renceadopted NEWSjNBRlEp (CONTINUED FROM p. 0 war crimes trial have rh that of 3.500,000 j ew ,,, chlr W Poland before the war o'wV 000 are left alive there I ^ ditional 200.000 manager! .* cape to the Sov.e, UnVn .* dence submitted proved th Nazis carried out systema^-* vationoftheJews-f 0 2'.^ one-eighth of thr ain then, ... t ^. B ..w. ui mo normal iZ ation while Qei man, w ceiving five times as nuiI* they had had bef t hc ^ h one of the extermination cam! in Poland, the Nazis forWj* ish musicians to compose anrl.7 a "Death Tango" \^& were tortured and nj* Eventually the entire or £ was slaughtered. ^^ BEnLIN-Returning fr, tour of the displaced p.^' camp, in the American Z Mrs. Franklin D. RoosenU lS a press conference that she greatly distressed by what ih. had witnessed. She tttt^ particularly the misery of 2 Jews she had seen in the Zeil. heim camp near Frankfmt She described condition! u horrible, and declared that li. ing in such camps gave peopl, a feeling of futility, ptitjg, larly in relation to the futun LONDON—The Yugoslav government has demanded extradition of Admiral Horthy, former Regent of Hungary, and several other Hungarian officials, fa trial as war criminals responsible for the death of thousands 4 Jews and others in the Hungarian-occupied section of Yufo slavia. BUDAPEST — Anti-Jewish demonstrations broke uut in the streets of the Hungarian capital following services e> inducted bj Archbishop Josef Mindszenthy, primate of Hungary, who ttiij week was ordained cardinal at the Vatican. Crowds coming out of church cheered Mindszenthy and two of the foi mer government officials who were sentenced to death as war criminals responsible for the murder of thousands of Jews. JAFFA—Arab spokesmen will appear before the Anglo-American Inquiry commission, it was decided at a meeting of the Arab Higher Committee ; r Palestine which was presided over bt Jamal Husseini. The statement was hedged with several conditions including thi return of the ex-Mufti of Jerusali m before the arrival of the conn: ion in Palestine, and the fact th it the Arabs would not bind then -. lves to accept the findings of the probers. From Cairo comes thi report thai Azzam Bey, secretary neneral ol the Arab league, will testify before the joint inquiry ^roupwhen it meets in the Egyptian capital LONDON —The Anglo-Jewish Association has called a conference in co-operation with the American Jewish committee to discuss the problems of Jews a Europe and Palestine The conference will open on Feb. 23.In New York it was announced that the American Jewish committee delegation will in ciu Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, president; Jacob Bl.mstein, chairman of the executh. committed Edward A. Norman, vice chairman of the foreign committee. and Dr. John Slaws r. execute vice president. j Another resolution adopwj protests against the unilateral decision of the British gove^ ment to sever Tran Jordan fro !" the Palestine Mandate and P£ claim it an independent state. J conference also protested again* "the brutal violation of en rights in Palestine." A final resolution on PalejWJ declared that American J "will never accede to an> hl( j. rangement in Palestine wa will in any manner abrogate. impair, the rights of the J people now have to that coun"' under the terms of the BaH u Declaration." &":''> j*'* 3 fe?"



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tfDAY, FEBRU ARY 22, 1946 ,. is an active member Y Chaplain Engaged f 0 Vivienne Horowitz an d Mrs. Abraham H. Lmwitf, f Ncw York cl ^v an PS the engagement of the.r CM. .. Vivienne, to Maj. Nortisiegel, U. S. Army chaplain. Miss Horowitz, daughter of the itrolle. of the firm of Horowitz-M irgareten, is a graduate of Lukhn college, in addition to Lhii-h she lias attended the teachers' institute of the Jewish theological Seminary for five c ((Junior Mizrachi. Maioi Siegel is the son of Mr. I Mrs Herman Siegel of Baltinore Hi was graduated from E college and was ordained • Hi, [ S aac Elchanan Theological leminary. He was rabbi of the Icwish Center of Monticello, N. I, H.' left his pulpit to become chaplain in the Army and has %  erved for the past five years, deluding 43 months in the Paf K area He is now on terminal leavi and has accepted the tositii-n of rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel of New Orleans. The couple will be married in (lew York this June. favy Veteran to Wed Beverly Salzhauer Miss Beverly Salzhauer, daughMrs. Paula Salzhauer, |rool< will be married to Charles Norman in a home cerenony al -i~ S. W. 11th ave., Sunjay with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating The bride-elect attended Brooklyi ege and worked at a Navy Uectrical welding school during he war. She has been residing with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Irs. Jack Iiurd, since last summer. M Norman was recently discharged from the Navy after serving in the Pacific. The couble will live in Miami. >Jewistfhridllain PAGE SEVEN WWWWKW W Arch Oboler has been signed Iby Metro to a new term contract |and assigned to direct one of his wn original stories, "I'll Tell My H and." Arch is the author than 400 widely used |P la > roadcaating, also sevleial popular books, including the %  %  Oboler Omnibus," and has won %  annual radio awards for the best public service broadcast, the best |<: broadcast and the best l <; : play. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE "I STY jr DOR'S COURT > VXIl l-i. It 1>AIK COINTV. FI.<>KII>.\ IN I'ltolUTK. No. 17297 I" -TATK (>K IIRIM1RKT J. deceased. M iieeeasea. "K TO rilKDITOHS and All Persons Hnv> lieiiiands AKalnat S.I I' I I. Dabij Parad BAR MITZVA Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siegel, 701 S. W. 24th ct., announce the birth of a daughter, Francine Anne, at Jackson Memorial hospital Feb. 14 Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaminsky, 650 Euclid ave., was born Feb. 3 Lawrence Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Roth, 29 N. E. 36th st., Feb. 8 Frances Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Israel, 315 N. E. 107th St., Feb. 8. Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer, 641 Merii\an ave.. Feb. 2 Walter Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Bloom, 300 17th st., Feb. 3 Ilissa Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldenberg, 1452 S. W. 16th st., Feb. 7 Richard Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richard Kirchik, 533 N. E. 32nd St., Feb. 5 Gregory Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Gordon, 1809 Meridian ave., Jan. 28 Tamara Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bernstein, 2308 S. W. 61st ave., Jan. 31 Harold Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Warshaw, 422 S. W. 25th rd., Jan. 29 Richard Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Andron, 3127 Prairie ave., Jan. 31. The Bar Mitiva of Herbert Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank, will be celebrated tomorrow at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The Rev. Maurice Mamches will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Blank will be hosts to friends and relatives at a reception in the Police Benevolent association hall Sunday evening. Country Club Croup To Hold Inspection Invitations have been issued for a private inspection of the club house and grounds of the proposed Golf Park Country club has been planned for Sunday, March 3. Described as a "distinctive town and country club for year 'round recreation," the club is located at Gratigny blvd (109th st.) near N.W. 27th ave. Listed on the sponsoring committee are Sam Blank, Michael Hollander, J. Gerald Lewis, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz, Monte Selig, William D. Singer and Carl Weinkle. The grounds and clubhouse were recently bought by David Philips and Louis Krensky, officers of Golf Park, Inc., for $200,000. The clubhouse, built in the '25 boom era, was used by the WAVES during the war. Druke, Shaw to Play In Benefit Performance i DRUKE SHAW JOINS Y STAFF Miss Hope Ellen Tanenbaum has joined the professional staff of the Miami Y as dramatics instructor, according to Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of the youth committee. Miss Tanenbaum is a student at the University of Miami. Miss Tanenbaum is instructing children's groups on Thursday and Friday afternoons and adult groups on Wednesday and Thursday evenings in elocution, the art of breathing, enunciation and improvised dramatics, preparatory to beginning rehearsals* for a show. Harry's Barber Shop Modern and Sanitary 1790 S. W. 8th Street First Class Work Three Barbers on Duty •luilne ,.f Dade County, and £• %  ine came in his office In the imhouae in l>ade County, i Khl calendar months ""f the first publication vi Hi claims or >l.-111:1 oils to < %  lenal address of the clalm1 -worn tu and presented aid —•• %  %  • ll I' II r l.v • I li-V. Si l/\ • I• HI or same will be bailed. 120 of the 1933 Probate JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons Of Hope and Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 Sons ol Abraham Book Fund 7 < South Ferry Street Albany 2. N. Y. GRAND CONCERT SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24th 8:00 P. M. at tha Miami Beach High School Drexel Ave. and 14th St. on the 24th Morning Freiheit Anniversary with the participation of Greater Miami Jewish Folks Choir in a fine (election of folksongs THE AMERICAN LYRICDRAMATIC SOPRANO FRANCES SEBEL in operatic arias and popular numbers accompanied on the piano by FRANCES TARBOUX THE DISTINGUISHED CELLIST GERART HAFT AND THE FINE VIOLINIST WILLIAM BOBRICK accompanied by the pianist MARGUERITE ELSASSER in a number of classical solos and trios THE WELL-KNOWN YIDDISH POET AND WRITER AARON KURTZ will participate in the program Auspices of Lodge 192 Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order Admission: $1.00 (tax Included) Charlie Cantor, the "Clifton Finnegan" of "Duffy's Tavern," was losing a battle with a bank teller the other day over insufficient identification to warrant the cashing of a check. "Look, fella, I'm Clifton Finnegan of Duffy's Tavern," he tried to explain. "Prove it," the teller insisted. Whereupon Charlie gave out with one of his famed "duns," and the mezuma came flying across the teller's counter. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenuo PHONE 4-5860 FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS Psychic medium will give you lucky days and numbers. Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take bus to door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 SNYDER & SON EXPERIENCED PAINTERS & DECORATORS Best Material and Work Guaranteed ESTIMATES GIVEN No Job Too Large or Too Small TELEPHONE 58-1493 "The South's Only SelUer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER Delivered to Your Door We Cater to All Parties Good Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excellent flavor. Highly carbonated. 10c Per Bottle BURAK BOTTLING CO. S32 N. W. 4th A TO. Ph. 3-1536 F2nn£fcl TIG is IS 1 m %  j M Druke and Shaw, duo piano team, will be presented by the Miami Junior Women's club at Edison High school March 4 for the benefit of Mercy and Cancer hospitals. The concert is under the management of Ruth C Brotman. Advance mail orders, priced at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 plus tax, are being taken at Dr. A. Hampton's Office, 717 Langford bldg., telephone 9-2358. GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DOG TRACK ,* FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI AM FEMKAL 'l OF MIAMI 41 NIITNIAIT MIST A V %  M V I Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 k Joseph VL Lipton, President MMyMiWOa


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%  PAGE SIXTEEN fJewMfkrMtefl Hollywood Community Seeks $25,000 Fund To Complete Center Con l ributes loJ.D.C. Passover Fund By Anna D. Daniels With a goal of $26,000, the Jev ish Community Center of Hollywood has launched a "Buy -i Block" campaign to raise funds for the completion ol its building new being i < i ted on Polk st. between 20th '' %  T! Center will hold ; dinner-dance Sund evi ning at the Spotlite club to augment the drive. Outstanding theal al celebrities will pn itertainment. The Center build under construction will coi t; in a chapeli a lai ge re< i ation hall, several classrooms and a fully-. equipped kitchen. As fundbeSisterhood Committees come available, addition. I wings Arrange Purim Ball will be aded. Facilities will bi devoted to the religious, i iltun Beth D and social needs of Holl; residents and \ ation hall will be ilabli i ;. other organization: as v ell ... %  Hall. Pi the Center. • : rempoi ts, i organization an lo< I in 1 Morsi Religious school cli ph Rel Id F at 8 i • %  %  ctivitics *-ill %  • Donatioi %  on ,,.„, \\ ,„!,,I.,,Proidenl of ilic < itiiiiuuniM I on Sunday mor. gs till noon and 3 p.m Mo, The Men's gi Mondays ol mor.'.:. A !'.?/'/ on the first and third Tuesd Wedm day < Ailaili Israel, in Havana, r.'., "j • f,0(l from lhe United Moliolli (hitim ComS£.CE£.:. "" K L.. **** ^ ^ o*& ',,„;„,,. fo| „„. irrha „ „f „,„„,,. and other P.Mover .uppl.es. Ti j.l <:• P r pror .m ill bring Pww item t #'?* h !" I J ; „K SO rontri ih I the world. In the United Slate, he )l). ,,,,, e. it. rund. from the 1946 ? 100.000,000 campaign of the United Jewith Kppt tl< To Present Operetta gram an th an emRECEIVE CITATION The Jewish arj and thi Natioi 'asting company received from the Natii nal nee ol Christtians and Jews a cital tinguished merit for the pn tei tation of the best religioui Tli Eternal Light, as part of the Conference's Brotherhood Week Program. The award was made Sun on the Eternal Light program. 11 a.m. over WIOD. An pen tin in Yid lectioi i IM efreshmen! | i Sam j held I %  en' %  Mn 1 -.. it ol the • will be First anniversary of the local Junior Hadassah unit will be celebrated March 10 with a brunch at the National hotel. The unit is organizing Zionist study groups conducted by Samuel Miller. tary school. LEGAL NOTICES Plant for a Purim party will i y the Miami Ladies' Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for lhe Aged 1:30 p.m. Tuesday al 1545 S.W. Third st. Mrs. Joel Zalis will preside at lhe mecICK is IIKKKHY (SI %  %  i\ SHOP!' I '.'. %  ... • : M ,\ H HULTSHEItn OH AIMS PAINT AHD HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt <£ Lambert's Pa'.nts <£ Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner Beautiiul Miami Medical Center Faellitlei for treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug ,ind alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric.Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Vcdical Director and President W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 20243 01042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. URGENT NEED Jewish veterans at lhe University of Miami are In dire need of housing. If you have any available rooms, please contact the Hillel House, phone 48-2431. s2^2j5J Max OrovifcSeC On Quota CoT* Max Orovitz, presi( Greater M, ami Je tionuoneof theS^fcM, i*h communal and mM leaders appointed u.^* 1 formed national quota?' UJA h Ch UmU d ^L UJA Chairman CharlTI bloom. William RZ M Rabbi Jonah B. wf The quota committe,, tabhshed to recommevi ual quotas t,, the morMkll local communities DJ*I in the 1946 United JeS. campaign for $100,0 port the Jo,nt DistnbuiJ mittee, th.' United t^M peal and Service. the National 1 Reorganization of ft auxiliary of the Freda L. post, JWV. will bediscu_ meeting of the post at %  Monday at Beth Jacob i torium. The auxiliary held a ten day afternoon at the Mijsjl its inaugural affair. / %  /JRAND iffl IALITY FOOD PR0DU( Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO,I 1725 N. W. 7th An Phone 24141 MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 FLAMINGO DAY 4106 fOYAt PALM AVtNUE MIAM^I BEACH if I,.* 5-2026 at ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. First Avenue Tel. 3-6661 ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS Title Insurance Policies bv KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States HIALEAH Saturday, Ftbruory 23 Featuring The Running o) ','•>_ THE FLAMINGO STAKES For purse of $30,000 % For Three Year Olds One Mile and Furlong and the Parade of the Flamingos l'y<>f <-f Waleab', >00 FUmingo,