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 )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITYl
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
deration Drive Reaches $516,893


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rorists Attack RAF Fields
Jews Stage
stration for
alestine
Inquiry Group Won't
Issue Interim Report
IP
L (JTAi-T;" hun-
iocludini nativi born
,rand displac. persons,
through th( streets of
]this week demanding
ngof Palestine to Jew-
Igratum. T! i demon-
jjrst mi '"'''' tne
hstol and S : i r, where
[of the An rican
of Inquiry on Palcs-
uartcred.
|ma, testimony on the
of the Jews in Hungary
ma was i n the corn-
Victor Schwartz, rep-
| the Hungarian Jewish
nmittec, and by Dr. Er-
(ton. Comn i ioner for
iffairs in Rumania and
| of the Rumanian dele-
the Internationa] Red
he comn Iso ques-
fce Jewish 'infiltrees"
unia and Hungary,
|ng the position of the
Jews, in Hungary,
|told the committee that
of thi proceed
he inune lial ; another
IK wait for
certificates and for
By othei coun-
|remainiin; one-fifth of
populiit i< >n would re-
fungaiy. but also tempo-
oonei 01 later virtually
brian J< v.s ..ill go to
l he said.
ton empl asized that it
|tely necessary for all
eave Eastern and Cen-
|pe. He r< ported that
tism is vii j strong in
land that half of the
Hs living thi re are de-
^n relief from the Joint
llNUED or, PAGE 5)
VIENNA (JTA)Contrary to
expectations, the Anglo-Ameri-
can Committe* of Inquiry on
Palestine will not issue an
interim report on the situation
of the Jews in Europe, it was
officially announced by the
group's secretaries, Harold
Bealy and Leslie Rood.
The official schedule of the
inquiry group at the moment
provides for three days of hear-
ings in Cairo, opening on
March 5, followed by three
weeks in Palestine, devoted to
hearings and travel about the
country.
Rood and Bealey revealed
that the Allied control com-
missions in Hungary, Rumania
and Bulgaria had been asked
for permission for the commit-
tee to enter those countries, but
it had been refused.
Questioned concerning a
statement by several of the
Jews who demonstrated here
on Sunday, thai the committee
had not spoken to the "man in
the street" Bealey replied that
"the committee is satisfied that
they have talked with repre-
sentative Jews of Vienna. We
have been able to talk with
everyone who made a request
to be heard." he added.
Resistance Mounts
Amons Colonists
PWs Replace
^ish Workers
MEM (JTA- Six hun-
fish worki:, employed
military construction
Ijn southern Palestine
W been laid off from
I to make way for Ger-
ners of war whom the
phorities are importing
service here, it was
Jts week.
[Papers throughout Pal-
that the British de-
[usci German prisoners
.labor might lead to
Sln. The presence of
would encourage con-
C|al hatred and be a
[ step directed against
community, the pa-
Federation Urges
VAAD Unity
Unification of the two local
kashruth bodies was urged Fri-
day by the executive committee
of Federation which felt that
there should be only one Vaad
Hakash for- the entire corojnu-
nity.
The committee resolved that
"if by April 1, the two existing
Vuads cannot combine, Federa-
tion will recognize the Vaad
which represents the majority
of Jewish congregations of the
community as a participating
agency of Federation."
Commenting upon the action,
Morris Klass, Federation's exe-
cutive director, said, "Every ef-
fort to bring tHe two existing
groups together has been made
by Federation communities dur-
ing the past two years. I am
hopeful that they will get to-
gether by April and settle this
communal problem for the best
interests of the orthodox corn-
city in particular and the gen-
eral community as a whole."
The kashruth question was re-
cently the subject of an editorial
in the Jewish Floridian.
K protest against the
fn of the Nazis was
Jlistadruth delegation
Won the Chief Secre-
<*tinc Administra-
te to London, seek-
*ss,on of the British
Lt IT o '' ^deration
Cn S?U-JewWi propa-
nn,Lhc Ar^ laborers
JERUSALEM (JTA) Jewish
terrorists struck simultaneously
this week at three Royal Air
Force installations in Palestine,
destroying 14 planes and severely
damaging eight others. Although
the total casualty figures are not
yet available, one of the attack-
ers is known to have been killed.
The attacks occurred shortly be-
fore midnight Monday at the
Lydda airdrome, between Tel
Aviv and Jerusalem; at a plane
dispersal area near Petach Tik-
vah, and at an air field at Quas-
tina. In all three attacks, troops
spotted the terrorists and opened
fire, but a withering cross-fire
prevented them from approaching
the planes which were the ter-
rorists' targets.
A rigid curfew was immedi-
ately clamped down on Petach
Tikvah and Rehovoth, where Dr.
Chaim Weizmann is resting, and
house to house searches were
made in the neighboring settle-
ments. Haifa was cut off from
the rest of the country as a re
suit of its phone service being
suspended.
A serious incident threatened
to develop at Givat Hashlosha,
where settlers are refusing to
admit troops searching for per-
sons allegedly involved in the
attacks. Troops surrounded the
village Tuesday morning, but
were refused admittance. They
encamped nearby until 11 a.m.
when they broke through the set-
tlement gates. They were stopped
by the colonists, who formed a
human chain. After an hour of
fruitless parleying, the troops
again withdrew.
Many arrests were reported
from various sections of the coun-
try, but no details were released
by the authorities, aside from a
brief communique reporting the
attacks on the air fields.
Campaign for $783,100 Ends
Wednesday With Rally
With $516,893 already pledged, workers of the 1946 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal are concentrating on reaching the S783.10O
goal before the final Victory Rally Wednesday evening at Tem-
ple Israel. The more than a half million dollars in pledges was
announced at the second report meeting Wednesday, which
honored presidents of 24 local Jewish organizations. Half of the
goal had been reached by the first report luncheon Monday.
The campaign will wind up with report luncheons today and
Monday at Lilley's restaurant and the rally Wednesday eve-
ning. Miss Edith Hollander, Miami girl who recently returned
?from a 19 months' tour of duty
in the European theatre as a
member of the WAC, will be
guest speaker at the lunch today,
which will be dedicated to local
agencies and will honor directors
and presidents of the agencies.
The campaign's hotel division,
which has raised 75 per cent of
its $250,000 quota, reaching ten
times the amount collected in last
year's drive, will be honored at
the report meeting Monday. The
rally Wednesday night will be
Truman Endorses
UJA Drive Aim
WASHINGTON.Meeting with
a delegation of more than 25
American Jewish leaders, Presi-
dent Truman declared at the
White House Monday that the
dictates of justice require not j dedicated to captains and work-
l
only the punishment of those ers.
the
FRANKFURT (JTA)The im
mediate issuance of an interim
report and the recommendation
that the Jewish DP's be evacu-
ated from camps in Germany and
Austria directly to Palestine was
urged upon the Anglo-American
Inquiry committee by Judge
Simon H. Rifkind. adviser on
Jewish affairs to the U. S. forces
in Europe, he revealed following
his return from Vienna, where
y will be working, he testified before the committee.
100 U. S. Vets to Study
In Palestine Colleges
NEW YORK (JTA)Problems
dealing with Palestine and with
the sending of chalutzim from the
United States to Palestine were
discussed here at the 11th annual
convention of Masada, the Young
Zionist Organization of America,
which concluded here last night.
Natanel Cohen, executive di-
rector of the organization, warned
that if the Anglo-American In-
quiry committee decides against
the establishment of a Jewish
state, the Masada would throw
picket lines around every British
consulate in the country, and
would stage demonstrations in
every state capital.
It was announced at the con-
ference that about 100 discharged
American servicemen were pre-
paring to go to Palestine to study
at the Hebrew university in
Jerusalem and the Haifa Tech-
nical school. Both institutions
are accredited by the Veterans
Administration, and the veterans
will attend the colleges under
the auspices of the G.I. Bill of
Rights. _
responsible tor the destruction of
5,700,000 Jews in Europe, but the
rehabilitation of the 1,400,00
Jewish survivors "whom the or-
deal has left homeless, hungry,
sick and without assistance."
In endorsing the aims of the
$100,000,000 nationwide United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs, and Palestine,
the President emphasized that
the Jews of Europe who escaped
extermination were also "victims
of the crime for which retribu-
tion will be visited upon the
guilty."
Sylvan Gotschal, president of
the UJA of Greater New York,
and William Rosenwald, a na-
tional chairman of the UJA, were
spokesmen for the Jewish dele-
gation and outlined the needs for
relief, reconstruction and resettle-
ment for survivors of Nazi bru-
tality. Also present were Her-
bert H. Lehman and Henry Mor-
genthau, jr.
House Hears Bill To
Halve Immigration
WASHINGTON (JTA)The
House Immigration committee
has opened hearings on a bill to
halve all immigration quotas for
the next 10 years, and to deny
admission to the United States to
Nazis, fascists or "any other per-
sons classified as a war criminal
by the Allied War Crimes com-
mission." The bill was intro-
duced by Rep. Edward Gosset of
Texas.
Jeremiah J. Towmey, testify-
ing on behalf of the American
Legion, endorsed the bill. How-
ever, he added that he did not
believe immigration should be so
sharply cut as to exclude deserv-
ing orphan children from abroad.
John C. Williamson, representing
the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
also supported the bill.
If* "

First group to surpass its quota
was the metal and waste division
which reported pledges of $5,375,
or 110 per cent of its goal. The
educational, social and welfare
agencies division, has 105 per cent
of its goal, totalling $2,650. The
women's special gifts division,
new this year, has reached a total
of $30,000 towards its $40,000
quota.
These nine divisions reported
the highest pledges at the meet-
ing Wednesday: Hotels. $154,-
655; liquor, $59,960; food (whole-
sale), $39,125; real estate, $36,409;
women's special gifts, $30,496;
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Sholem Lodge Cites
Veteran Members
World War II veterans who are
members of Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will be honored by the
membership of the lodge in a
formal ceremony to be held at
the Miami Elks club March 12,
according to E. Albert Pallot,
president.
Approximately 125 men will
receive individual citation
plaques with their names engrav-
ed on them.
A play depicting the contribu-
tion of Jews in American wars
will be staged. Members of the
lodge will enact the roles of Jew-
ish war veterans from Judah
P. Benjamin and Haim Solomon
to Meyer Levin.
Nat Roth, veterans' service
committee chairman, is in charge
of the program in which the fol-
lowing will participate:
Milton R. Klein. Sidney L. Lewis,
Elry Stone, Martin Weiss, Ed-
ward L. Lustgarten, Eugene E.
Eichenba.im, Samuel H. Taran,
David Moldoff, Gilbert Balkin, R.
Louis Seitlin and Henry Berg.
Although war veteran mem-
bers of Sholem lodge are being
contacted individually, the vet-
erans' service committee urges all
newly arrivals to communicate
with the B'nai B'rith office, 330
Seybold bldg., telephone 3-6306.
The families of eterans have
been invited to attend the cere-
monies.
*





Trip to Havana Follows
Zuckerman Wedding
attended schools
A honeymoon to Havana will Hadassah. Shef^.,
follow the wedding of Miss Lynne ^SSSS'^i
Adler and Albert Zuckerman, Mr. Zuckerman, whose parents
scheduled for 11 a.m. this morn-
M
r. and Mrs Bi njamin Zuck-
Temple Sisterhood
Plans Purim Dance
Its only I
inc. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will erman of Broi..
officiate. cently discharged as
Miss Adler, the daughter of afte. serving fo. two ai
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adler, 1351 year, to the Pacific. He attended
CoUins ave,. is first vice presi- City Coll. e of N i -
den. of the Business and Pro- On.their retu
fessional Women's division of couple will Uvi
I
:
;:-*:; was re- M...J.G
'
William Alper Marries
Philadelphia Student
Just returned from the gradua-
tion and wedding of their son.
William, to Miss Ann Rachlin, ol
Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Alper, 1509 Pennsylvania ave.,
will hold open house from 4 to ti
Sunday afternoon. At thai time
they will introduce their friends
to the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Rachlin, who are visiting
here.
The Blue Room of the Warwick
hotel in Philadelphia was tin-
scene of the wedding Feb. 14.
The couple is making their home
in Philadelphia where Mrs. Alper
will be graduated from Temple
university in June.
Mr. Alper was graduated from
Miami Beach High school, at-
tended the University of Florida
for three years and has just re-
ceived his law degr.ee from Tem-
ple university.
INFORMAL CEREMONY
UNITES DASHINGERS
--
An informal wed
i Beach Jev O nte
day afternoon uniti I M
ette Greei
and Mrs. Philip Greenb
ave., i
Dashinger, son ol
H
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Thi [ by
Miss Betty S
. sial I man. and
Emily -;:. in, I
Thi biide attei
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couple -.sill honeymoon in Cul
and New York.
Out-of-town g wed-

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in-law and
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FOOD SENT TO BEI.SEN
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WEDDING IN SPRING
An early spring wedding is be- ; rived I
ing planned by Miss Dulcc
BELSEN
food
Joint Dist
Nazi com .....
Ti;e K.. en Ha\
[
Krichevsky and Maurice Cohen shipment, w<
whose engagement was announc-
ed this week by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Krichevsky. 700
14th st.
Miss Krichevsky was graduat-
ed from Miami Beach High school
and attended the University of
Miami where she was a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Cohen, sun of Mr. and Mrs,
Henry Chen. 440 W. Di Lido dr..
is associated with the United
Merchants' and Manufacturers'
laboratories as a textile engi-
neer. He attended Georgia Mili-
tary academy and the University
of Miami and was graduate from
the University of North Caro-
lina.
ly 150 I '
among displaced
camp
in the Britisl
Clothing "
Supplii ;
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derived I:
camp. i United Jewish
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Address
Write to Miami Beach Zionist
District, care of Radio Slatio.i
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIFn
^____ MEMORIAL PARKS ^mtihD
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob Miami
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For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
Sergeant to Wed
Miss Rose Rubin
,,,,,,,., f Miss Rose
to Sgt. Malcolm O. Rosen-
announced recently by
ts. Ml and Mrs. Harry
Columbus, Ohio. Sgt.
is the son of Mrs.
enthal, 717 Jefferson
md is here on furlough be-
. it Bragg, N. C.
,;, nded Ohio State
member of
Girls. Sgt. Rosen-
has been In the Army for
, anc| iS now serving in
li i -i fantry.
I, is been set for the
stark-harrSn"
rived in Miami Sunl,
and are stay,,;1. w,,n ?y '
Mrs. Row Stark, iv^-
married in \, ."' couP>el
Mrs. Stark is tto **]
Estelle Harr,.sonVaf
York. N. J.. whereVS
school. Mr. Stark was
discharged from the aJ"
four and a half yJJ^
a coast artillery minrkSL
outfit. He ;.tt. ,Kl,-d CitinP
of New York ^NewJ
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present
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MUSIC FROM
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MONDAY. MARCH 4, 1946 8:00 P. M.
Miami Edison High School 6101 N. W. 2nd Aw.
Tickets Priced at Sl.50-S2.00S2 50 S3.00
(Plus Federal Tax)
Will Be On Sale At
Biirdine'i Mezzanine on Feb. 26-27 -28. MjfCfclji
Red Croii Dept. Store (Kodak Dept Phiipn"
Music Store. Chalmers Music.
CORAL GABLESAmidon's Music Store. ,. ,_i
MIAMI BEACH Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks Filth Ave.. Mil"
Bench Radio. Eddie's News N' Stuff. >' St.
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Unless the Pharmacist
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The Prescription Center
405 LINCOLN ROAD at WASHINGTON AVENUE
Prescriptions Called for At Your Sr"
and Delivered Promptly Day and HM
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AY, MARCH 1. 1946
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PAGE THREE


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kcoi- MAX GOODMAN of
Lton. Mbu. -' ,he l'1
dirl <>'"" '" "rrive ,h*
Morion. BuchenwaW roncentra-
r.mp iltei in lib-iion.
ou.ed by Ihe of the
cjaled, starving inmates,
bumihI- of whom "pre beyond
(^,1. Goodman devoted all
lime n kin* the P* ,,f ,ife ,n ,he
Lrirort. He organised hospitals,
Leniblrd food supplies and
Sped local* missing relative*.
ll. Goodman had lh chief med-
rwponfibilll} for all dia-
Lcfd" person" in ill'- rea inOer-
Cn occupied l> I"" division.
Enpreciation for hi- life-saving-
rk. Iir wai presented with the
oil m tin- right before hia de-
1urc fur home. Now on terminal leave. Col.
Ionian, ho returned lo the United Slatea several
rk- tgo. intends lo dedicate himself to the goal of
ruins nil of the surviving Jews of F.urope by aiding
I $10.IM'H 000 campaign of the United Jewish Ap-
I for Refuse. -. Outm-m Needs and Palestine. Col.
odm.ui hoi enlisted in the battle for Jewish sur-
D. P. patients and medical personal
>' of Casino Hospital is thankful for Your
$- A help and for Your colaborarion in
W organising a hospital for the D. P.'s. We '%,
* '" < should never forget, that You were the
i tit// >
^ '{'' man, who was interested to help us; that
pjff You were the man, who was taking
'^ care at us; who helped to find our ){'
-^ _, families outside or overseas.
We D. P.'s. all together are grateful
. for Your work for us To You Major
Max Goodman M. D.
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Schwandorf, Germany, April-Nov. 1945
vival through the I J. \. agenciesthe Joint Distri-
bution Committee, which provides emergency relief
and rehabilitation in Europe; the United Palestine
Appeal, which makes possible the settlement of
refugees and upbuilding in Palestine; and the Na-
tional Refugee Service, which aids the readjustment
of newcomers in the United Slates.
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Best Tropical Meet
Predicted By Swope
Financial concessions won by
horsemci. at Hialoah will be
maintained at Tropical Park,
which opens Tuesday, according
to Herbert Bayard Swope, chair-
man of the track's board of di-
rectors. Operators of the Gables
track anticipate no trouble dur-
ing the 40-day meet.
So far, no winter track in the
country has been able to avoid
strikes or strike threats this
year.
''We want to do what's right
and we think horsemen will be
fair with us." Swope said this
week. "Purses at Tropical will
be considerably higher than ever
before, and we will pay the
trainers, grooms and exercise
boys the same as they are getting
at Hialeah."
Rates at Hialeah are $100 for
the winning trainer, $20 for the
winning groom, $20 for the win-
ning exercise boy. The losing
grooms and exercise boys get $10
each.
Swope, here with his wife and
son for the Tropical Park open-
ing, predicted "the greatest sea-
son we've ever had at Tropical,"
even though the meet will be 10
days shorter than it previously
was.
"Racing has become the big-
gest sports business in America
and if we keep the game sharply
regulated, it should continue to
be so," the former chairman of
the New York State Racing com-
mission, said.
Special Services Held
For Garry Glatt
"PjeMxyncJUUj, yjuutfonq,
Board members and officers
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will attend a reception at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Heiman, 423 E. Rivo Alto
dr., Tuesday evening. The af-
fair will honor Dr. and Mrs.
Israel S. Chipkin who were
married in New York Feb. 12.
Dr. Chipkin, executive directcor
of the American Association for
Jewish Education, helped
Greater Miami establish the
Bureau, of which Mr. Heiman is
president.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schneider
are announcing the marriage
of her sister. Miss Nettie Orn-
stein, to Edward L. Hansen, of
Brooklyn, at Maxwell Field,
Ala., Jan. 31. The bride attend-
eded Miami High and was re-
cently released from the WAC
after serving three years as a
sergeant. Mr. Hansen was a
private in the Army for four
years. They are making their
home at 1852 Washington st
Hollywood.
Miss Augusta Selevan, of
New York city, is visiting her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Burnett Roth have opened their
home at 2130 S. W. 22nd st.
HERE AND THERE
Gabriel M. Cohen, publisher
of the Indianapolis Jewish Post,
left this week after a short va-
cation at the Fleetwood .
Rabbi Eliezer L. Silver of Cin-
cinnati, honorary president of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of America, and Rabbi Ephraim
Epstein of Chicago, a national
board member of the Union,
are stopping at the Tides .
Mrs Hattie Pocinki, of Brook-
lyn, is visiting her brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rothschild. Also here
are Mr Rothschild's mother and
sister, Mrs. M. Rothschild and
Mrs. Molly Pell ... Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Goldstein have re-
turned to Galax, Va., after a
visit Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Abiff flew back to Havana yes-
terday Mr. and Mrs. Milton
K. Rubin of Scarsdale, West-
chester County, N. Y., are visit-
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. S. Rubin, 2420 Flamingo dr.
. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay
are entertaining Mrs. Palay's
mother, who arrived from New
York city this week to vacation
at the Pancoast hotel. The
Services were held recently for
Garry Glatt, who passed away
suddenly Thursday evening, Feb.
14. following a heart attack.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman official-
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A. Selevan, 1672 Jefferson ave., jPalays' daughter, Roberta, sang
in a radio contest Saturday
morning.
Miss Shirley Bernstein has
been chosen for membership in
the University of Miami chap-
ter of Theta Alpha Phi, national
honorary dramatics fraternity.
Miss Bernstein is a member of
for two weeks. She is associ-
ated with the New York Wel-
fare board and recently at-
tended the assembly of the
Conference of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in
Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Optner have returned to New
York after spending two weeks Delta Phi Epsilon social soror-
with his mother, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner. Mrs. Optner is now enter-
taining her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Phil Optner, of New York,
who was called here by the ill-
ness of her mother, Mrs. Mollie
Kotosky. Mrs. Kotosky is at
Jackson Memorial hospital.
DEPARTURE SCENE
Mrs. Saul Appelbaum will
spend five weeks in California
after accompanying Rabbi Ap-
pelbaum to the convention of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations in Cincinnati.
. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Kap-
lan and Dr. and Mrs. Fred
Kauders are in Savannah this
ity Dr. Herman Meyer,
professor of mathematics at the
University, will be initiated into
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity Mon-
day evening at the Hillel
House.
xwwyi^ww
Dabu Marcjcli
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner,
711 S. W. Seventh ave, are the
parents of a son, Martin Alan,
born Feb 25 in Jackson Me-
morial hospital Mr. and
Mrs Walter H. Lazarus, of
weekend where they will_ at- | Raleigh, N. C, announce the
birth of a daughter, Glenda Jo,
ed, assisted
uel Balkan.
by Cantor Eman-
B'nai B'rith service |
and eulogy were rendered at the
Riverside Memorial chapel, with
George Bertman, president of the
Beach lodge, directing.
Glatt came here seven years
ago from New York and operated
the Glatt Electric compny. He
made his home on Belle Isle, Mi-
ami Beach. He was active in the
Beach Civic league and was serv-
ing as treasurer at the time of
his death. He participated in
B'nai B'rith work and was prom-
inent in servicemen's hospitality
here duiing the war.
He leaves his wife, Ruth; a
daughter, Louise, Cleveland; a
sister, Mrs. Sam Fagenstein, and
a brother. Herman Glatt.
tend celebrations of the 50th
anniversary of Dr. Kauders' pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
Kauders. Mrs. Kaplan and
Mrs. Kauders are sisters.
Sgt. Labe Mell is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Mell, on a 14-day furlough.
He will leave for Ft. Sill, Okla.,
Wednesday, where he will en-
ter the artillery officer candi-
dates' school Dr. and Mrs.
Julius R. Pearson have returned
to Miami and are living at 2459
Collins ave. Dr. Pearson was
overseas in the Pacific area for
almost four years and was re-
cently discharged with the rank
of major Ph.M. 1-c Robert
Glasser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman H. Glasser, is home on
leave until March 17 when he
will report to the U. S. Aircraft
Carrier Battan in Philadelphia.
Glasser made two trips to Italy
on the ship Mr. and Mrs.
Feb. 13. Mrs. Lazarus is the
former Evelyn Greenwald of
Miami.
Twins, Roberta Ruth and Jef-
frey, were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Berman, 1512 W. Flag-
ler st., Feb. 11 Bruce Alan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jack
Abrams, 1563 S. W. Second st.,
was born Feb. 18 Susan,
daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Mor-
ris Zuckerman, 1881 S. W. Ninth
st., Feb. 12 Richard Powell,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M.
Richter, 2322 S. W. 23rd St.,
Feb 18.
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MJOC Women Hold
Benefit Purim Event
A pre-Purim celebration will
be presented by the Sisterhood of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Tuesday evening at the
Moose ha'.l. 420 S. W. Eighth avc.
Entire proceeds will be devoted
to the expansion of the Schaarci
Zedek Talmud Torah, the MJOC
religious school.
Acts from leading Miami night
clubs have offered their services
and will take part in a "Star-
spangled" review. Sid H. Palmer,
chairman of the entertainment
committee, will he master of cere-
monies for the evening. An or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing.
Mrs. E. Karger, president of
the Sisterhood, is chairman of
the affair. In charge of n
ments are Mrs. A. Sand and Mrs.
M. Kupferstcin.
A. M. Bear, president of the
congregation, and Rabbi Murray
Grauer will be among tlu
at the dunce.
Tickets, priced at SI 20. in-
cluding tax, may be purchased
at the door.
Yeshiva Officer Dies
Jacob Rutstein, vice president
of the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Ber-
lin of Brooklyn, N.Y.. died at
Miami Beach early Wednesday
morning at the age of 68. Mr.
Rutstein was chairman -1 the
Yeshiva's building funds and was
vacationing lure with his wife
at the lime of his death
Services were held at Beth
Jacob Wednesday evening with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
Cantor Louis O. Feder of:
ing. They m sisted bj R
Eliazer L. Silver, ol Cir innati
Rabbi Ephraim Epstein, Ol
cago; Rabbi Irving Lehrman
The body ",; '
Brooklyn Wedneslay n'ght by
Riverside. Furo il sei /ices will
be held at 1 v
ing, followed by burial.
Memorial services were ob-
SCrved this week on the occasion
ST anniversary of the death
of or. Joseph Allen Tucker who
died Feb. 26, 1M5.
Dr Tucker and his Wife cam<
ta Miami about five years ago
trom Canton. Ohio, where he had
Practi ed mi licine for 22 years.
Locallj '.''m"'
bor of Jewish organizi.....ns, m
duding B'nai Brith and Fedora-
tion.
Heroes Reenact Roles on fc
Walter C. Kovntr. formei tech-
nical *s
practic i ~'-;iiK,:1
teol .mellun
ty, K vnei has opened hi
Lincoln I, He lives
with his ''""?
Bruce Bl I960 N.
and is first vice
Miami Beach
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CJA Reaches $516,893;
Drive Ends Wednesday
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
attorneys. S27.320; amusement.-.
S20.505: finance. $19,455; dry
goods, 316,900.
Campaign events this week in-
cluded the kickoff breakfast Sun-
day morning at which 400 work-
ers heard Milton Susman. Pitts-
burgh attorney and editor, who
recently returned from ovei
where in visited Nazi cone l
tion camps, and Dr. Manfred
Arie, Viennese jurist, who de-
scribed conditions leading up to
his exile from the Reich. Sus-
man also spoke at the kickoff
rally Sunday evening.
In the afternoon, Di. E. M,
Bluestonc, directoi of the M
fiore hospital York, was
guest speaker at a : party
for members of the medical di-
vision. Dr. Blueston* sketched
the development ol atti-
tude towards hospitals
stressing the modern concept of
emphasizing social reh tatioi
of the patient rather than mere
cure. He included an appeal for
the campaign, saying that the
physical and psychological health
of America cannot be secured un-
less the misery of Europi is re-
lieved.
Dr. Elwood C. Nance, presi-
dent of the University of Tampa.
spoke at the report luncheon
Wednesday. That evening Miami
youth heard Miss Hollander de-
scribe her personal expi
in visiting child retraining
ters in Paris where child: en from
concentration camps were
brought preparatory to being sent
to Palestine. Chaplain Leo Get-
gcr also made an appeal.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHBEBN1CK. Hepweentati
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feldm n
Mt. Clenv
preparatory 1 ming
Ca| I M inci Kl nb |. "fly-
ing chaplain' tr; nsporl

11 night,
his
: will ret '
arrani m the n<
l I
Rev. W.
C. D; Mrs ':
host. .
i : foi Hillel
i d party giv-
en by the B'nai B rith Hilli I
mittee of which Cy Argintar is
chirman.
A we nei roast and beach pal
eld bj group of young
p", .. at Riviera Bi ach Feb. 13.
'. nding were Pearl P
iel Kli in, Fayi Cai I
: berg, Lillian
Pick<
i rg, I.< onai d Cai ter,
v. m Eisen-
Sgt. Irving Strobing, of Brooklyn, center, tciegrapher-htni
last message from Corregidor, and Sgt. Arno.d Lappert,wy
ceived message at Oahu, Hawaii, reenact dramatic tpiod(i
"Unusual People" program. At right la Bill Br-ms, specialmJ
of WNEW, who interviewed the pair. Both heroes will nJ
able roles in 50th Anniversary Historical Pageant ("Ti|
Jew") an All-Star Show to be staged at Madison Squad
Monday evening, March 4, 1946, by Jewish War Veterjiwirj
second oldest veteran organization In the country.
Mr, and Mrs. Max L
Montreal, Quebec, are the
Is of her brothei -in-law and
sister. Mi and Mi Hi ry L,
V !12 s Sapodilla av< foi
the season. Mr. and Mrs Met/
entertained Friday evening in
honoi "f the Lembergers and
Mrs. Met/.' birthdav.
Lillian Metz ha:
lent of the B'i
Young Women's gri iu|
rs of the new zation
are Faye Canter, vici president:
Blu
and Nettie Dubbin. I
u loi Also attendii g the
inc were Dorothy Dubbin, Sylvia
Id, Mildred Z Shir-
Ice Tischler, Janet Rich. Ethel'
Klein. Eleanor Rottman and
Ethel Smith.
Non for officers of
B'nai B'i ith lodge wen t<
held this week. Dave K.it/ has
enl past
Mr, and Mrs, Morris Shier, T2t>
Flamingo dr., are entertaining
their daughtt r, Mrs. Ethel Wald-
man, and thi ir grandsons, David
and Alien, of Won i ; '.' ss.
M and Mi Jai k Solwitz, of
New ',' k, are occupying a resi
Patvra st, for the i
son.
M ng K,,| nei was elec-
ted pre idi nl of Beth El S
hood Tuesday night. Othi rs i
' ; D, Juhu Mi Ira
nd Mrs Fl rence Ramus,
Mi Ruth G
ponding
Mrs Joi Freedi ncial sec-
' 1\ Mis M. Shokoff, t
Mesdames Fanny Ryd-
S Dickson
'''" I and Fanny Her-
'" ;; '' o board meml
Biscayne Club Boasts
Largest Mutuels Dept.
The Biscayne Kennel club, this
oldest dog racing center,
its way to the greatest
.: in its 20-year history.
ning Thursday night to an
overflow crowd which set a new
Opening night's mutuels record,
the northside oval at 115th st. be-
N W. 7th avc. and N. E.
2nd ave., is in full stride for its
it meeting. Presenting a
und registry of more than
4oii stai greyhounds, including all
i top dogs of the recent West
Flagli : meeting, it will be night-
ly 10-race programs starring at 8
and ai thi daily double on
the first and third races.
now boasts the larg-
est mutuels department of any
' ack in the state. Since the
(lose of the war, Biscayne has
.. host of major improve-
Among these is the great-
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214 4th St.. Miami Beach
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Washington Avenues
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Completion as maleridJ
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heard here this week as !
tians demonstrated in protest
against the continued presence of
British uoops in Egypt.
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'
+Jenisi fhrHicur
i '
Jugoslav Dancers
Perform Sunday
On Culture Series
Knlv.i Delakova and Fred Berk
wiH |>, presented in a program
0f traditional Palestinian and
Chassidic dances by the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural commit-
tee 8:15 p.m. Sunday at Miami
Beach Senior High school.
Th, young Jugoslavian dancers
toured Europe together before the
war. MlM Delakova has appear-
ed throughout America in the last
f,, years and was recently re-
jolned by Berk.
Both trained under Gertrude
Kraus, well known dancer of
Vienna and Palestine. Berk is a
gold medal winner of the inter-
! dance competition held
i V nna in 1034.
r:. i n local organizations
comprisi the Cultural committee
which Lvill sponsor its final con-
cert of season on April 24 with
i Rose, 'cellist, as guest
Tickets fin the two remaining
program: may be obtained from
the Town and Beach Ys, the Bu-
1 wish Education or Sun-
da: ing at the high school.
Vienna Jews Stage
Mass Demonstration
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1>
Distribution committee which, he
Bald, costs millions of dollars. The
Bituati in is even "more catastro-
phic in Hungary, he added.
Ri ntatives of the Jewish
1 Council, testifying
the committee, sharply
disputed the statement made by
Chancellor Leopold Figl on th
Situation of the Jews In Austriai
They emphasized that the Jews
are considered "strangers and
forei in Austria, and that
(vising Austrian Jews
abroad not to return. They point-
ed out that little had been done
by tin government to improve
the position of the Jews, and
that nol one measure had been
ted providing for the
return of confiscated Jewish
pro]i. ty,
several members of the
1 visited the Jewish in-
stitutions in the Russian zone of
The first was an old
peopli home in Matz street,
101 old Jews from the age
of 75 and up had few complaints
to maki They pointed out that
they were patiently awaiting
At the second institution where
45 Je\\> are at present residing,
a numbt r of the inmates asserted
that they were being kept from
then ,..cn homes, while Nazis
Wen living there with the con-
sent of the government.
Tin ub-committee, which was
accompanied on its visits by
Ralph. Seigelman, representative
of the Joint Distribution com-
mitt< o, also learned that there
Were only 137 Jewish children
left in Vienna, where previous
to the Hitler Anschluss there had
been some 30,000.
KUPANIK TO DIE
WARSAW (JTA)-Karl Kupa-
"iK, former commandant of the
uswiecim concentration camp in
"wand, where the Germans are
estimated to have exterminated
"etween three and four million
P^Ple. at least half of them
*ews, has been sentenced to
doa' at Kattowice.
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Boosters Installed
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PAGE FIVE
Amateurs Perform With
Professional Ease
PROFESSOR JACOB I. HARTSTEIN
To elevate die -i.ni.l.inl- of the gen-
eral rduration offered in Hebrew day
tor of Graduate School* of YESHIVA
UNIVERSITY, war. designated Super-
intendent of Schools by the Board of
Secular Education of The United
Yeshivos, embracing 88 elementary and
secondary Jewish parochial schools
throughout the United States.
Prof. Hartstein also heads the psy-
chology and education departments at
Long Island University.
Setting a new high in ama-
teur enU rtainment, B'nai B'rith's
Yiddish Night made a big hit
with an audience of more than
400 last Saturday night at the
Miami Beach High school. The
show was directed by Hen Essen.
His masterful M. C"ing. singing
and acting revealed an almost
professional performance. Il lent
polish to the series of musical
numbers, dramatic skits and
comical dances. Of course, the
entire presentation was high-
lighted with the performers'
splendid work, all of whom are
prominent local club members.
Comment following the show
indicated the lodge would repeat
the performance in the near fu-
ture.Selma Thompson, Drama
Editor.
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odox Congregation at late serv-
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topic will be "And He Congre-
gated the People."
Rabbi Grauer has a degree of
"Teacher and Educator in Is-
rael" from the Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Theological Seminary's
Teacher's institute in New York.
He received his bachelor of arts
degiee from the Yeshiva college
and his rabbinical degiee from
the Theological Seminary. He
was awarded a master of arts
di gree by Columbia university in
1945 and is a candidate for the
ree of doctor of philosophy
in political science.
His master's essay, "The So-
cial Role of the Orthodox Priest
in Greece, Roumania and Bul-
garia." aroused the interest <>f
professors at Columbia and lead-
ers of the Greek Orthodox Arch-
diocese in New York city.
In 1944 Rabbi Grauer was edu-
cational director of the Ft Tryon
Jewish Centei in New York. For
the past two years he has been
guest rabbi at High Holy Day
services at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation.
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FRIDAY, MARCH li^!
NUMBER 9
VOLUME 19 ,,,,.;
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. March 1. 1946--------------
ADAR I 28. 5706

QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
[C pyright, 1945, J A.)
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
>1
Q. What is
"Canon?"
me en I by the
THE DOMESTIC SCENE:
Th( American Jewish Confer-
,,,,, as a result ol its session In
may now have nut
,. ,, cochairmen, but one chair-
IS safe to predict
H nry Monsky will be the
This i- because conference
. I ,,,nuim('
THE IOB MUST BE FINISHED
Establishing a new high in a *^?SaZ.
Combined Jewish Appeal have passed the half-mriton n
This sum is considerably more than has ever been raised in
annual drive of the Greater Miami Iewl,sh. ^ffrnds raised will
more than just dollars. Eighty per cent of the fund raised ^
be used by the United Jewish Appeal to give sustenance a.K
hope to our needy brethren. tT;j
An implacable destiny has brought the 1****%?
States face to face with history in 1946. For he 1.40O0001 jews
in Europe who survived the Nazi program of a^.laUon th,s
will be a decisive year. Broken physically and mentally by
the ravages of oppression and war, the remnants of tne pre-
Hitler European Jewish population of 7,500,000 look to American
Jewry for an opportunity to rebuild their shattered lives.
Despair and disillusionment followed in the wake of the
of the bloodiest war in all history for the Jewish survivors ot
Europe. The very first victims of Fascism, they now are the la
to receive assistance. Homeless, uprooted, hungry and c
they are unwanted wanderers on the face of Europe. Libei
from concentration camps, they now find themselves m displaced
persons camps. Among the Jewish survivors are 15C 000 chil-
dren, most of them orphans, living under conditions which defy
description. Nine out of every ten Jewish children in Europe
before the war are dead. What of the pitifully few survivors?
Shall we permit them to succumb to starvation, homelessness
and epidemics after they have come through so much suffering
and misery?
These are some of the questions which history asks of the
Jews of America. In 1946 the Jews of the United States, through
the extraordinary campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for
5100,000,000, will decide whether the Jewish survivors of Europe
will live or die. Weakened and exhausted by 12 years of Nazi
savagery, these Jewish survivors can wait no longer. The relief
programs of governmental agencies are nowhere near com-
mensurate with the appalling needs of these Jews who have
come back from the dead. No one else cares enough, no one
else is sufficiently interested. The survival of the remnants of a
once happy and proud people is the responsibility of the Jews
of the United States.
The remaining money needed to boost the Greater Miami
campaign over the top will be the most difficult to secure It is
comprised of the small contributions. Many hundreds of givers
will have to be contacted and enrolled in this life-saving task
The job is not an easy one. The enthusiasm demonstrated to
date by the solicitors canvassing the thousands of our residents
has been remarkable. It must continue! Our community not
only has a responsibility to make their quota but as one of the
first in the country to conduct the 1946 campaign, will set the
example for the remainder of American Jewry.
A. T '
,3 fa fundam
itself
man. '"s ,a .....
i interested in securing
ky's maximum support for
tne eventual establishment of the
a permanent body.
opposition to the

conference becoming a perma-
nent institution comes from those
m lh< j,, the B'nai B'rith and in the
Congress who
. ntain the mdepend-
* .. .....,.....*.. in t)\i>
f the C
- which v.

works whi :'
d as a part ft Holy
spirit, I '
Jewish traditioi
[ the off
w< re ir A
thosi
I
but ...
m the H i >n-
] ..: :.'
Q. What is the "Apocrypha?"
A. One cat
.
I
ti rm by which
: i to them, i.i
"Gen .: I
Many 11 I in ts
lh< '
lection b<
i lepl
tun
They i found
included in
; and Lai i s, but not
in thi Hi Canoi
j, ....... ....
I< ration" t<
times n
ary val
Q. What is the "Pseudepig-
rapha?"
A Anol 0f ti

' ......el
so known h

bed t th.
they b. TI content

to be ]

I
were "extra

I
excli led from
Q. When is the baby named in
Jewish tradition?
A. A boj
ms circumcisi >n. Ii i
t\""';i: one in
-' synagogue on the day
:,!' Scroll nd
Thu b| ,,
ln "" f"" i rela-
've after he called
o make the blessing al I
mg of the Scroll.
ece ol tl latter groups in the
protective work.
And great pressure is being
Monsky by the
B'nai B'rith members interested
.. ;.. ol the Anti-Defama-
tion league in which Monsky him-
. ested as the presi-
den, ... B'nai B'rith. Thus,
.... loyal to the B'nai B'rith
Ami rii an -Jewish Con-
himself between
However, it seems
mi that the proper
thi status of the
w ill be found within
-, en to tin- or-
by the Cleveland ses-
Ii a on life. Dur-
15 months, very im-
nts will take
h life. The camps
persons will be
ing that time. The
lion will be clari-
fied mi re than it is today. Jew-
ish lifi ii i} become more stabil-
European coun-
rhe fund ins of the con-
111 thus have to assume
ter. It remains
ever, whether any
i ntral Jewish
will ever agree
nfen nee to enter
live work
in tin
3?M
of>.U
THERE'S STILL A WAR ON!
"These prisoners represent sinister influences that will lurk in the world
long after their bodies have returned to dust."
French Anti-Semitism
LONDON UTaT- Anti-Semi-
tism in France is ted by
poisons v.hr, are unwilling tor.
turn Jewish property, but ant!
Jewish feelings are not wide-
spread Judge Leon Meiss, p
!"n. ' ported here at the conference on
post-war Jewish problems con
yoked jointly by the AngTo-Jew-
ish aatweiatton and the American
FOREIGN NOTES:
It i an afely be i cdicted that
Han Inquiry com-
i ,, split before is-
I report. And the
will not be even. Some of
an mi mbers of the
i havi. m pi ivate con-
tions, a 1 rea d )i expressed
linst the idea of a
. stati Not to speak of the
ill Of whom are
to follow the policy of the
prnment with regard
m
: it of the story, as
we learn it liable sources,
that Judge Huteheson.
an chairfan of the In-
quiry committee, is among those
ich to side with
';' Bl tish. He seems to be
tely hon i,n k and is get-
He is one of the
men b. rs who are
,' >' *ish state. Those
' x eem sympa-
th. Jewish cause are
""' '' ppy with the treat-
,LlV receive from their
Some of them
ere bemg snubbed On the whole
three American mem-
definitely friendly
th< Zionist arguments. They
' watched by the British
' the other mem-
me of the mem-
: l.he Inquiry committee
l-'wl-n that they are
not likely to be f i co to travel J
they wish about Palestine! AmI
is it true that Sir John Singled
British chairman of the InqJ
committee, when giving a ^ |
party to the membi is of the com. I
mittee, did not invite one of a. 1
American members because wj
believes that he favors the estafc. |
lishment of a Jewish state'
THE "JEWISH COMPLEX".
Several good novels deahafj
with Jewish life have beenpuJ
lished recently in this countrtl
"Focus" by Artlnn Miller is ooi]
of them. "Earth and Hi*]
Heaven" by Gwetl .yn Grand
is another. The I. test is' WasK.1
land" by Jo Sinclair, publishedkjl
Harper. It is a novel which val
the $10,000 Harper prize, '
which, I am afraid, will notm
the Jewish reader It deals wal
the confused mind of a JewgH
young man who feels deeply
ashamed of his J. .vishness, a|
ignorant American-born boy, wkil
hates his Jewish lather, whoa.]
sists on being called John insteal]
of Jake, who despises his Jewal
home surrounding and who ke-l
comes a ease for psyi hiatrictnaVI
ment. He finally finds himsdli
after he "decides t enilst in da]
A'rmy, following a number i\
visits to a psych I ,-t.
The hero of the novel cannot]
be considered the average youn
American-born Ji His prott-1
lem, the way the author presenk]
it, is not the prol of the a-1
erage young Jew. although many]
a young Jew in this country a^
fers from a "Jewish complex."
The psychiatric touch whichttaj
author gives to the novel isalaj
not charactenstii tlu- averasji]
young American Jew who nan
feel ashamed of h- Jewishr.es
Usually young A:: encan Je*i]
who are tortured by the
of being Jewish do not try tof
their Solution in the office at I
psychiatrist, or by kingesaaj
through enlistment in the armal
forces. And most of the youn
Jews who prefer to be knowna!
John rather than as Jake kno
exactly why they want to pel
with their Jewish ntificatioal
Especially when they have |
Jewish religious feelings, M
the case of the : "f "V^j
land." Yet the novel is interet-
ing as a psychologii al study of a.l
individual Jew, a Jew who suf-f
fers from hidden '
cannot explain, ch efly becHaj
of lack of educatii
CULTURAL NOTES:
Believe it or not. but Liberi
Judaism," the pocket-size Jew
monthly magazine, now
circulation of 50,000. It stari
with 5,000 three years ago .
the new monthly magazi
"Commentary," which sue
the Contemporary Ji wish Rec
published by the American*!
ish Committee, now has a ctt
lation of 10,000. It started
4.500 several months ago. '
Jewish Education Association
soon publish a magazine Wtm
The American Jewish Congr
will award an annuol fcl'ottjT
of $2,500 to graduate.- of the J^
ish Theological Snninary.
Ycshiva university, the j"
Institute of Rehgioi the Hena*
Theological college ;,sd tM
brew "Union college, Tn*lk|f.
graduates selected for this ie"-
ha
ir*
As! I
inftl
ceeaf
rsi'ajra*

V,\ .'uoaies seicv.n.i.1 ........ ^
ship will be prepared for a c
devoted to Jewish communal
fairs. (^
The Joint Distribution "
lttee is giving financial a
mittee is giving.......
the publication of ma) ^j
ical scholars, headed hJ ^j
Rabbi Herzog of Palestine, r-i
Louia I. Newman t New y\
is the author of a ^.^mA
motives which led Rabbi ^J
Rome to become a Catholic.
volume, just published by j
cence Press, aims at provuan
the apostasy of Zolli wa n


gjf MARCH 1.W41
+Jewish thrklten
PAGE SEVEN
fth David Women
)ffer Rare Items
{i Purim Affair
! j ., et Items wil1 be of"
Byd-tojg |t Uu. Beth David
r'''d, I0th Annual Purim
ftrSfVm Monday, at the
a"' ,i| 420 S.W. 8th ave. A
nadian Club, a bottle
boxes f tropical
loose
" door and waltz con-
baritone, and
given
st prizes.
I Marx I' i:-
. ,, Great, nund read-
J- wi|, headline
Dancing will be to
Mickey Cherub and
torch. Refreshments asso-
f,;.(i with the festival of Punm
in: be
|M,< Han Markowitz, gen-
Ichaiiman, will be assisted by
JoS( Bei mann .ticket
[airman: II Stanley C. My-
L progran chairman Mrs. Har-
1 ,g; Mrs. Edward
bfcr. Mrs Ceil Segall and Mrs.
;m s i tin, refreshments.
t H : ust and Mrs. Sam
f ',.... ; by members of
|c"Y-].\, n charge of serv-
Harry Simons, congregation
Resident, i the board of di-
will tx hosts.
|Mrs. J 'St, president of
L gisti aiding in the
Irangermnts for the dance.
J.D.C., Central Committee Leaders
Inspect Aid Facilities for Polish Jews
Dr. Joseph J. Schwaetz, Chairman of the European Executive Council of
the Joint Distribution Committee, shown with Dr. Solomon Hirschen-
horn, Vice-President of the Polish Central Jewish Committee, and other
Polish Jewish leaders, including several Ose workers, on an inspection
tour of relief and rehabilitation facilities for distressed Jews in newly-
acquired Polish territories in Silesia. Dr. Schwartz., third from left in
front row, was the first representative of any American Jewish welfare
agency to reach Poland after V-E Day. Dr. Hirschenhorn is shown seated
at left. Jonas TurkofT, an official of the Central Committee, is standing
at the left. David Cuzik, J.D.C representative in Poland and a hero of
the Warsaw ghetto, it standing third from left.
lonists To Entertain
fouth Field Worker
|m- Gra i Buchstane, of West
rtford, Conn, will be the guest
Miami Zionist groups
arch 5, ,: and 7. A graduate of
|t. Holyoke college. Miss Buch-
|ni' is worker for the
i: nisi Youth commis-
t>n and ber of the Hart-
rd unit : Junior Hadassah.
Hi the Miami Zionist
stint will be hosts to Miss
bchstane al a luncheon meeting
Jesday afl in, Tuesday eve-
i ill .ittend a board
feting o( Junior Hadassah at
nl Miss Natalie Fran-
|1. pn : the group.
|Mi.-.- B n tane will speak at
eon of the Mi-
ri: 1'.' t district at the
rand ii staurant Wednesday,
pdm i .ening, she will be
Kuesl Creator Miami
1 commission at the
I Goodman, 6780
irdinj;
Tin Greater Miami chapter of
k will entertain Miss
I tursday afternoon,
peak to the Junior
f" bi ship Thursday
pning Beach Y.
1 increased Zionist
u; in America to pro-
; i hi survivors in
['"' be emphasized by
F l; in her talks.
Beach Lodge To Hear
Jefferson Review
Celebrate Founding
l1 I Hadassah will
1 t< by the Miami group
1 March 18. Plans
|ie meeting, which will in-
"'' "" ance of Purim,
I a board meeting
*dy at the Town Y where
,"''' event will also be
A review of Claude Bowers'
"Young Jefferson" will be giv-
en by Edward Clarke at the reg-
ular meeting of the Miami Beach
lodge, B'nai B'ruth. 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the Beach Y, George
Bertman, president, announces.
Clarke has been affiliated with
the University of Miami for the
past 11 years, during which he
has become prominent as a book
reviewer in the South Florida
area.
A business meeting and social
hour will follow Clarke's address.
Reports will be heard from the
ADL committee, headed by
Emanuel Goldstrich, and the vet-
erans' service committee of
which Godfrey Newman is the
chairman.
Guests of members have been
invited to attend the meeting.
CAMP VICTIM AIDED
JERUSALEM. Pessia Shere-
shewsky, one of the few surviv-
ors of the dreaded Hitler death
center at Auschwitz, is a recent
arrival in Palestine. Prior to the
Nazi sweep over Europe, she was
headmistress of the Beth Yaaqov
school in Brest Litovsk. Among
the tortures inflicted upon her
by the Nazis was the forcible ex-
traction of all her teeth.
Pessia, 28. will receive medical
care from the Jewish Agency,
supported by American Jewry
through the United Palestine Ap-
peal, which derives its funds
from the current nationwide
$100,000,000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal. When
fully recovered, she will receive
industrial or agricultural train-
ing and will eventually be inte-
grated into the life of the Yishuv.
Support our local Jewish
agencies give to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
Presents
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NRS Prepares Welcome
NEW YORK. Plans for a
warm welcome to displaced Jew-
ish survivors admitted to the
United States under President
Truman's directive facilitating
immigration of refugees from
devastated Europe were under
way here this week by the Na-
tional Refugee Service, one of the
constituent agencies of the United
Jewish Appeal.
Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain,
chairman of the NRS board of
directors, disclosed that every ef-
fort will be made to bring about
the widest geographic distribu-
tion of the newcomers coupled
with a program of social, educa-
tional and vocational assistance
to prevent their becoming public
financial burdens.
To carry out this broad Ameri-
canization program, the NRS will
require increased support through
the current nationwide $100,000,-
000 campaign of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
JDC Buys Army Surplus
NEW Y O R K.Purchase of
Army surplus clothing and other
supplies for distribution among
the distressed Jewish survivors
of Italy and Austria was an-
nounced here this week by the
Joint Distribution Committee.
The supplies, purchased by the
JDC with funds raised through
the United Jewish Appeal $100,-
000,000 campaign, are valued at
$269,983 and were secured from
the Army warehouses in Italy.
Approximately $50,000 worth of
these supplies will be distributed
in Italy, with the rest going to
Austria, it was said.
ADL Executives Meet
Members of the Anti-Defama-
tion league executive committee
will meet at 3:45 p.m. today in
the ADL office in the Seybold
building. Sidney Meyer, acting
chairman, has called the meeting.
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P, PAGE EIGHT
FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1945
1946 B'NAI BRITH OFFICERS
i
, vi ning.
^ committee will
5,-SfS
evening
. y arrangement;
sras
. ana
. 1946 Com-
"slum
Minenbcrg, SeitUn,
Ben Is-
n. H. Herlich and
Cantor Pinchik To Sing
P. Pinchik, cantor of liturgical
synagogue music, will appear M
the guest of the Sisterhood 0f tht
Miami Beach Jewish Center at
the Miami Beach
Senio, High
school the eve-
ning of March
19.
Cantor Pin-
chik is ;, uradu-
ate of the con-
servatory 0f m,
sic at St. Peters-
burg. Ticket!
for his concert
may be obtained
at the Center.
Mrs. Joseph Rose, Sisterhood
president, is chairman of the
affair.

Marx Feinberg, Jerome Weinkle. Dr. Herman Meyer and lerome Freehhng.
Bros.
Fanny Bricc played a tj
Baby Snooks joke on Eddie Can-
tor when she decorated his home
this week. Eddie was out of
town when the decorating was
done. When lie returned the
other day he was surprisi
find that the dour chimes now ,
played "Your Time Is My Time" "B B
(Rudy Vallee's theme song) in- | 'ary s
stead of the Cantor special. "1 can d<
Love to Spend This Hour With li thi Kid
You." lyn's story. ___
Henry Spcro was
chairman of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Chevrah Kadisha
let a, lhe onnual meeting Monday
evening.
Leo G I NBC's!
Also rcclccied were I. Gold-
berg, secretary, and A. Wein-
slein, treasurer.
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+Jewlstinnrirtinn
PAGE NINE
SENWALDS GIVE $1,000,000 TO U.J.A.
tvTTON The *100'-~
KE5* "nited Jewish
'n, R,.f itfeea, Overseas
, SJS3B. the largest
in history,
uinched here Sun-
national meeting of
Ln 350 Jewish leaders
* Its of the country, as
u Baruch, adviser to
.. Director General Her-
itiman of the United N-
lei,f and Rehabilitation
Nation: Henry Morgen-
|Jr former Secretary of
1 asury. and Herbert Bay-
0ined in urging that
(Jewish drive
kicially
fcnts:
VJS
Bed effort be made to
d rebuild the lives of 1.-
jewish survivors in Eur-
a vital part of the world
assuring the future well-
f mankitv!
{t of Hi000.000 was an-
\ by members of the
of the late Julius Roi-
who made a similar
ution during the first
War. The sum of $500.-
contributed by the
of the late Felix M.
rg. and Edmund I. Kauf-
of Washington, D.C., and
ood, Fla.. made a gift
.0.000.
Minimum requirements of
nstituent dies of the
Jewish Appeal for 1946 are
000 for the far-flung re-
rehabiht ition program
pe of the Joint Distribu-
bmmittei ; $43,872,000 for
building and refugee set-
n Palestine of
kend of Activities
Installation
the United Palestine Appeal; and
$1,082,025 for the program of ad-
justment for refugees in the
United States carried on by the
National Refugee Service.
The $1,000,000 gift represented
contributions made by four fam-
ilies which include children of
Julius Rosenwald. This gift was
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
B. Stern, New Orleans; Mrs. Da-
vid M. Levy, National Chairman
of the Women's division of the
UJA; Mr. and Mrs. William Ros-
enwald and Mrs. Max Ascoli, all
of Mew York City, or by philan-
thropic funds with which they
are affiliated.
Announcement of the Warburg
gift was made by Edward M. M.
Warburg, of New York, chairman
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and the United Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater New York.
The conference was officially
opened by Edmund I. Kaufmann,
of Washington, D.C., who was
named National Chairman for
Initial Gifts.
Urging the widest support for
the UJA campaign, Lehman de-
clared that under the limitations
of the scope of UNRRA opera-
tions, a large percentage of the
Jewish survivors in Europe can
be helped to live and rebuilt their
lives only through the agencies
of the United Jewish Appeal
the Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and
the National Refugee Service.
Predicting that the year 1946
"will most certainly be by far
the most prosperous peacetime
year" in the history of the United
States, Robert R. Nathan, former
deputy director for War Man-
power and Reconversion who
conducted a survey of the eco-
nomic potentialities of Palestine
last year, asserted that the sur-
vey had concluded that in the
next decade Palestine could ab-
sorb from approximately 600,000
to over 1,100,000 Jewish immi-
grants. The economic develop-
ment of Palestine to date has
bekcncl ol activities mark-
Iinstallation of Rho chap-
la Alpha Pi sorority, on
diversity of Miami cam-1
Rosalynd Wolfson and
|lam-hp Rothbcrg, national
condui 1 the formal in-
pn ci nies Friday
on at Hillel house. Girls
lerc initiated as charter
In Joy" Alpert, Scl-
Eli anor Bream,
|Burk.. Marilyn Eisenstat,
Epstein, Gloria Fleur,
poldfii Sale Grossman,
Hirsch, Rita Lippman,
Dlendli .:;/. Hannah Ros-
[Joan Seigel, Joyce Weiss.
I nal council
I non (1 ;it a ban-
riclay i vi ning at Victor's
ftnt. A ; reception was
jo by representatives of all
raternitiea of the
r'> s afternoon at
s' lounge.
Ration tivities conclud-
at Matheson
ck Sunday afternoon.
ty was originally
las ;i local group at the
ly at the end of last
ps Lillian Hirsch is chan-
ausTBRosDv;
Hey, Kids! Bubble Gum
To Appear At Carnival
Bubble gum, whose rarety
is moie calamitous to the
kids than the scarcity of but-
ter, will be the prize offering
at the Beth David Young Ju-
daea carnival Sunday, fol-
low religious school classes.
Bubble gum has been so
unobtainable in the Miami
area that one young Jewish
Floridian subscriber asked
the publisher's aid in locat-
ing some last week.
Features at the carnival
will be darts, bingo, fortune
telling, fish pond, penny
pitching, "feed hungry Ha-
man," an age-guessing ma-
chine, a counting the beans
contest and refreshments.
Mrs. E. A. Steidel is advisor
and Dobby Shevin, president
of the group. All Beth David
students have been invited
to the carnival.
MRS. WEISS HONORED
FOR TOP BOND SALE
For her record sale of .war
bonds, Mrs. Rose Weiss of Miami
Beach was honored at a luncheon
yesterday at the Urmey hotel.
Mrs. Weiss surpassed all individ-
ual effort in Florida in all of
the war loans and sold 1,442 Vic-
tory loan bonds.
The honoring of Mrs. Weiss
came at the time when awards
are reaching organizations and
individuals who worked in the
last Victory loan drive.
Mrs. T. T. Stevens, chairman
of the women's division, Dade
county War Finance Committee,
presided at the luncheon.
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Miss Melicov Presents
Students In Recital
Anyuta Melicov, teacher of
piano and theory, will present
her pupils in a recital 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at her home-studio, 1045
Euclid ave. Students will give
short biographical sketches of
the composers whose music they
will play.
As a result of a music-appreci-
ation study of the recently-pre-
sented opera, "Faust," her fol-
lowing pupils have received spe-
cial honorable mention for artis-
tic and musical merit of scrap
books on the opera:
Joyce Bruckner. Marilyn Fish-
man, Connie Jackson, Esther Lei-
bovitz, Irene Levitt, Jewel Mur-
avchick, Renee Pearl and Carol
Washer. Dr. Arturo Di Filippi,
director of the opera, was the
judge.
Members of Junior Hadassah
will hold a brunch at the Na-
tional hotel March 10 to open
their membership drive. Tick-
ets may be obtained from Doris
Albon, chairman of the affair.
Save a lifegive to the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal.
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estats Service
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5MI
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
13OT N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
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Reasonable Prices
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HOME FOR SALE
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Near Gables, Stores and buses
For $9,400 One-half Cash
CHESTER BARTLETT
2245 S. W. 32nd Avenue
ZKWE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c
5-OALLON BOTTLE 70c
Plus BottH Oepojn
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AEPhi Organizes Alums
A permanent alumnae associa-
tion was organized Saturday
afternoon at a tea given by the
University of Miami chapter of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Miss
Janice Gray was hostess.
Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg,
alumnae advisor, was introduced
by Miss Mindel Warfield, dean of
the local chapter. Mrs. Louis J.
Krensky was appointed tempo-
rary chairman and will hold the
first organizational meeting at
her home. 4955 Delaware ave.,
on March 9.
Other guests included Miss
Clemence Levy, editor of the
sorority's national mgazine, Mrs.
Gene Lehman, Mrs. A. J. Eng-
land, Mrs. A. Alvin, Mrs. Harold
Stone and Mrs. Irwin Harris.
been "truly phenomenal," he
said.
On the basis of the enormous
relief and reconstruction needs in
Europe and Palestine, the sum of
$100,000,000 to be raised by the
United Jewish Appeal this year
will meet only the "irreducible
minimum" of needs, Hon. Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., former Secre-
tary of the Treasury, said.
Mr. Morgenthau urged that the
Palestine Inquiry Commission is-
sue an interim report "recom-
mending the immediate admit-
tance into Palestine of 100,000
Jews, because "Palestine seems
to me to be the only place that
most of the homeless Jews want
to go to."
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IRENE GOODMAN
530 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2997
_______ LINCOLN ARCADE _______
Jewish displaced persons in
Germany are now eating Kosher
meat slaughtered in an approved
orthodox Jewish slaughterhouse
for the first time since 1933, ac-
cording to a report received by
UNRRA's Washington head-
quarters. Through cooperation
between the military government
and UNRRA officials in Bavaria
the first kosher butcher shop has
been opened in Munch.
HAROLD RAND, M.D.
Announces His Return From
Military Service
And Resumption of Medical
Practice
444 Ingraham Building
Telephone 2-1940
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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70 E. Flar'.er St.. Miami
Featuring the Finest In
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Expert Fitting by
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Children's, Growing Girls' anc
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-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
tffote% eonfiderUUd
Obituaries
LEST WE FORGET .
Last week we all celebrated
Washington's birthday ... but
in all the celebrating speeches
little mention was made of the
contributions of patriotic Jews
to the victory of the war for in-
dependence. On the eve of the
Revolution there were approxi-
mately 3,000 Jews in the Ameri-
can colonies few among them
were young enough to bear arms.
Of this number more than one
hundred did. Records of the
armed torces during the Revolu-
tion show there were 27 Jewish
officers in Washington's forces.
In Captain Lushington's South
Carolina company there were so
many Jewish soldiers that this
unitwas called "The Jews' Com-
pany."
The financial contributions of
kindly Jews guaranteed the sur-
cess of Washington's cami
Phillip Minis of Georgia gave
more than S7.000 to feed South-
ern troops. Haym Salomon cele-
brated Jewish patriot, gave in ex-
cess of S200.000 to Washington's
army for clothing, food, and
wage?. When Salomon d I in
1785 a tubercular bankrupt, he
left his wife and four children
penniless casualties to his
patriotism.
IN MEMORY .
We ha^> scores ->f let-
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
And must you lift your voice,
Speak not to man-for no man
sees your island.
Speak in"your ancient tongue to
the eternal God.
Yisgadal. veyiskadash, shemee.
ra
God is not praised by meek ap-
peal.
He hears those best who march
with bayonets of affirmation
Steeped to the armpits in blood
of iniquity.
O. seed of Barkochba. sons of the
Maccabees,
Arise! Be armed by them!
Praise God with battles!
Praise Him with acts ol freedom!
And when you dieteeth in the
foe
For* ver Live!
Live fi rever, Barkochbas, Macca-
! ei s,
An arsi nal to all mankind,
tubbom generations
Until all humanity is free!
They straighten,
-out. They recog-
ni; i' t ach other.
X >!one!
A. lat man moves hut on the
history!
from each to

i nee fuses
GREENBERO
Arthur Grwnbenf.41. of
22nd ave.. ****** "' *,,..
%n.
LEGAL NOTICES
ten from all parts of ti i (
try asking us to pub!isl ol th(, ghetto pit
of the symphonic poem, "The : ,,., _kv_
Warsaw Ghetto" The
premiere of this ill
took place a few weeks ;-
Carnegie Hall. A few
it was broadcast from the Mu-
Radi<> Station. Next
iv Tin: COCNTY .iritis rpuRi
IN ANP FOH [JADE roi'NTT.
FLORIDA. IN rR|>pA1 E
. ,,.. ESTA^n I RBERT J.
NOTICE TO l HEPITORS
' ..or

Of J '. ''
0f I11ER.1F.RT J <)I.AS..O\V.
Hon W '......Nj
. "the
,rth..uw ... I>ade room
; :,. within i i
Hi
hereof Klllt i
...,.,..
ant and io t* >ri to w i pr< i
' ", l V-
X Date. Febi I A.D., l*4.
ANNET1 F. OkAMlOW I OU.INS
As Administratrix f th ......';'
HERBERT OI.ASGOW. rlei
MAX R SILVER, ,
v for Admlnlntrati I*.

nieipal
week the British Bi
company will beam thi
ry liberty tree
g its seed to the last
of the embattled
earth!

To tl nan,
1 woman.
company will Dearn ; ., fja chl!d
Warsaw ann European com
. ..becau Mume4
shall dev
the rep the
highlight? of Harry Granick's
text. The music, as you know.
was composed by Sam Morgen-
stern.
Excerpts from
"THE WARSAW GHETTO"
With greedy nails he scrapes them
up from ancient homelands.
Children of Israel and Sara.
Sons of Heine, daughters of Men-
delssohn,
French. Austrian, Belgian, kin
people.
The old. the young, the slow, the
wise.
Farmer and artisan, artist and
scientist, the poor, the man-
si ncd:
JewsJews of Europe
Hurrying them, sweeping, stuff-
ing them into the dripping
ghetto maw.
The secret coffin pit of Wai
the incandescencethe in-
lescence will not fade!
It hangs in the air of time
A clarion flame against all op-
A glowing handclasp to all com- i
A bi the bridge to the I
belonging togi th< r of all
hun '
m live!
You livi in us!
F ive!
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GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Cry out Jews! You cry in
own ears only.
Hold out your infants for pity
These walls arc hermetic.
Beat, beat, beat upon the lid
The blackness feeds the nibbling
grass
But the grass looks to the sun.
You are apart, sundered, con-
tained in unbelonging,
Ripe for the deed.
Six hundred thousand human be-
ings
With friendliness, enough to
make a heaven;
Aloneenough to make a hell.
Turn where?
Appeal to whom?
The bestial jaws grind closer.
Terror disintegrates the soul:
Take thou my neighbor's child
my neighbor's wife
Take thou my neighbor
Respiterespite
O, rust on the roots of dignity,
bottom shame!
How can one host this demon in
the brain?
Tear out the murdering prayer!
Empty the scheming cranium!
Summon your ancient soul, your
heritage of pain, submission's
dove:
Caesar is of the earth!
To Caesar render the body that
is Caesars quietly.
MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH
L'censed Etectrologist
Removing Superfluoui Hair
Warts and Moles
Permanently Without Scar
1401 Alton Road
Phone 5-1448
13 Years of Successful Practice In
New York. New Jersey and Miami
Recommended by the Medical
Profession
"
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
]. Emmet Grant
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
G207 Blscayne Blvd.
Phone 782419
Moving
Alka-Scltzer
XI A YE tou trid A :**. .
11 :t for lu en Bteanch.
Sotr Sumach. "Mrmmg
ArW and Laid imuwi
If not, wh/ oott I'lnuant,
t>rxpt la eiir.. allctl.
Thirty cihu and Slit?
ahta.
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Collins Transport I Tndin|, lie.
M N. K. l.IRD T.
.___ Phone 3-0789
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTskr
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
mU. NERVINE
tf OB rulaf from Functional Ner-
i* 'ua DUtorbanaaa ih at BUt*-
' leaasass, CtafchlMaa. EnruMlUr,
Nrra FuttiW :.'. Sir... I-
JlaaetWa. Taklata Me and U.
tIJduld ltd and ll.ll. Raad d'..*a-
tkea ami a
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S. W. 4lh ST. AT MIAMI AVE.
BOXING II WRESTLING
MONDAY
TUESDAY
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND
3-1236
nrnnOE rHERTK">F
aT3Emn for Applicant.
, .] s.i.s-is-n ^^^^^^^
, Re: ESTATE OF MATILDA
,-, uicrlaiwri nd All I>rnon Itav-
Injt oiainu or Demendi Axainat
v".' Stfwch of you. are hereby
,.!. to contain tho loal ad-
.-' i, ctalmenl and lobe orn
,. ,,,.! as afMirsald or aame
S'lll he barretl. s.-r Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act .
\> Mmlnlatrator <>f tl' rotate or
MATILUA FRIEDMAN, dp;eaed.
M VX K SILVER.
for Administrator.
: J-15 ______^^___
LEGAL
NOTICE 18 HKRKn7T~^>
County. Florida......' ""ut af]
II-ONA SAIIO
ANN BUNOM
LE.STER,pA'sKVT"KilL'EU4
1105 Conaresa Bfb
Attorney for Ann|ic.nl.
NOTICE IS 1IKREBT I
the underal;ne,|. ,|,,lr,
bualna under ih rifiSu,,*!
AMERICAN KIRK PRmpSj
I'ANY OF FI; ! lat Ave., Miami
H a
rI.VeV--;ard"na,V,/;;'iI|1VSI
the Circuit Conn of DaA *i
Florida. uw "-1
I.EON KAN
MAURI' K ABE! V.*
E. MAX OOI.DSTKIN LS0S
Attorney for ApijlicaM.
2/15-22 3/1-8 If, '*
NOTICE IS 1IEREHT OrVwJ
the underalcned. drsirlni atafl
business under the llit|i|0n,2'
HTAROUIN and II.NCH0T?t
1612 8. W. Fh-.t Strain tiSJ
Miami. Florida. IntendTtoi
nald name with the fierk i
cult Court of Dade ''uunty i
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tax. Limited party-males
vatlona new.
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304 E. Flagler St.
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lay. Call or write:
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PAGE ELEVEN
LEGAL
NOTICES
,"N WHOWff"ST Jrd Avenue.
B !V' .i intend to rettaUr
Pus^s*nS cSc" curt *
siLia LEVIN
fc<^K8esstS
-turiKV for i
IJ/I-"-1, -'
. 18 HBREB* OIVRN that
)TICr. is ,,, Mri,1K to eiurane In
f^Sffithe flctKiOUJ name of
LE Bh i oral aablm, Qju. Ig-
jn ..Li. aald name with the
, ^jS'ci, !ult Court of Dade
khSScKI. SEIDEBMAN
hMA->< _sle owner
ll/l-S-H
MTX IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
tnrtfrVliciie.i. deslrlni to en*-ae In
ln ,I, Hi. fictitious name of
feUAND rUDY JUVBNII.I5
M t i'TI S W. 22nd Street.
To inteii'i to register wild name
[theri."k nf the Circuit Court of
I "BK -.-.oSENSTOCK
OUS ZDBIiOW
kLUM I, PALLOT.
Itorney for Applicant*
fit Conjrresa Mur. .
1-15-22 3 1
fHF ,'iit'l IT cm-RT OP THE
pHJUPIClAIi CIRCUIT IN AND
Rr inliK roUNTT. FLORIDA.
ou"cS5T-iro!
ORDER Of PUBLICATION
kMAN BLA1 FOX,
Plaintiff.
Inib BLAUFOX,
Mlnni BlaufoX, rare Of May
ibbins, 48! East Market Street.
Krfen. *~'hi Vl are herebj ir.lorfd to file your
aranrc oi inswer t" the Bill of
plaint ''' 'mvoice filed against
fty HERMAN Itl.AUFOX. on or
Ire the 15th day of March. 194*.
J-wise the jill* cations of aald BUI
fbe taken as i "iifesned against you.
IONE AM' ORDERED this 12th
Tot Fehrn.T-v 1M
' E. B. 1.i:\TIIERMAN.
Cl< rh of Circuit Court.
By I M. WORDEN. D.C.
cult Court Seal)
BOLD Tl'RK,
pllfitor for Plaintiff.
J2 3/1-8
.^riCE IS IIKREBY GIVEN that
lundtrsiKned. desiring to engage In
Hies* under the fictitious name of
pTNSULAR INSTITUTE, at tit
Fbcjei Street. Miami. Florida.
nda to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dad*
nty, Florida,
ELI HURWITZ.
ERS & HEIMAN.
Ittorneys for Applicant.
8-15-22 3 1
lOTK'F IS HKREBY OIVEN that
Iunder-n;: .! ,1,-slring to engage In
BH fictitious name of
BS1 MARKET. ;.t 11(10 N. W. Jrd
Miami, Fla Intend to register
name with the Clerk of the Clr-
1 Court ol : .1. County, Florida.
HARRY MOSS
IRVINCI MOSS
MANUEL MOSS
RRY DIETZ
Ittornev for Applicant*
18-13-::'-:.
lOTji'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
lunclet>.,- Ii>irlng to engage In
fness undi the fictitious name of
TON SINDRIES, Intend to
Jjter th, ,.,t name with the Clerk
ij' If nt of Dade County.
JAl K KAUFMAN
liKBKRMAN
:.- -partners dba Bon
Sundries, 1096 S. W
ERS, ,,;:(,^-. Miami. Florida
Hu;r-'"' v Pllcant*
Itu ,,'!"' ; IT COURT OF THE
TfiR '.,",'.',AI' '"IRCl'IT IN AND
'||A\':| uy'UrfTT' FLORIDA.
DI.F ROSENKElB.
?*A ROSENFELD. P,ain,1,f-
< LARA -r-NPKLD. 702 Ave-
j;* m, Brooklyn, New York
lone ir ,",' onJMW ngalnst you.
piary.1 "' ,his 22<1 day of
E. I^M'ATHERMAN.
' lerk of Circuit Court.
R-13.22 '''a'ntlff-
piHpppSigSn
hi SB ^wvkS
(the ClSk nft.i!?ftUr 8ftld name
Coun!"Vl'rlda 'rCUlt CoUrt of
M & B. HOLTSBERG.
h*2 I/1-S-1S Sole Ownera.
E3Sr8rtH5RJPJ?J VM that
.,.,-.Ulou" name of
fPLETR
iSK8> Abollcant*
KfVned"^"?! gW that
B?S "'<- the Si,10 ene ln
fc6' at 4|,vTD* HARDWARE
' Beach V, P5oya,' p'm Ave..
rH ".;r';:r2a- Intend to reg-
" Cour, ,f niH y?* rierk nt *
l')*!''i ory"orid*'
i5&0N KH.NN8KYT
^"."Ji.^" Applicant..
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BE 8URE TO TRY THE NEW
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221 N. E. SECOND STREET
Exceptionally Fine
GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING
Special Attention Given to Partie. and Banquets
LIQUORS
X
We've Thought of Everything At
THE
DORCHESTER
Collins At* at 19th St
Private Beach and Pool
Privala Parking Spaca
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Phonal: 58-1855. 5-9527
THE
BROOK CLUB
KITTY
CARLISLE
D'ANGELO & VANYA
Jules Land* Orchestra
Pedro and his
Rumba Orchestra
MANETTL Maitre d'Hotel
Reservations
Tal.phana 8S6S
VD(Mi*t|
ColoMe
Presents Nightly
"IN PERSON"
THE
RITZ
BROS.
GRACIE BARRIE
RESERVATIONS: 58-3177
DADC BLVD., COR. WCST AVt.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Blumenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y.
and HOTEL WINDSOR, Lakewood. N. J.
DINE IN COMFORi AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washi 7ton Ave. at 12til St.. Miami Brach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
| .Vl- I lit, M III IL< MM Hi III (III Ol II ll ll'IIO ll M.llllll. Ml'-i
Telephone 58-2979
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
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N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
IISCAYNE BOULEVARD
AT EIGHTYSUTH STRUT
COCKTAILS
DINNER
SUPPER
RESERVATIONS
WOMWRRr WMI
The
Only Ira\
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 5-4068Open Daily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M.
224 W. Flagler St.
PALLASilATHENA
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. Zapantes
MOCAMBA
100 23rd St., Opp. Roney Plaia
Now Entirely Air Conditioned
PRE8ENTS
Georgia Miguelito
Price Valdes
Kay Vanwi Coascy & Ayres
TWO ORCHE6TSA8
M.xlmllllan
Bee.r.
Maehlto's
Afro-Cubans
Rocervatlen. Phon. Frank: 6-*
PAPPY'S FINE FOODS
r/\SaArsi, ^ COLLINS AT 10TH
MIAMI BEACH
AIR
CONDITIONED
A.M.-3 A.M.
Specializing
In ... .
BROILED STEAKS
Prime Ribe oi Beef
When the Quiz Kids visited
the White House recently, Presi-
dent Truman congratulated them
on their victory over four Sena-
tors on a recent radio show.
"That was particularly interest-
ing to me," the President is re-
ported to have said, "because I
don't seem to win anything in the
Senate."
Dr. Isador Lubin, former aide
to the late President Roosevelt
and ex-director of the Bureau of
Labor Statistics, has been made
president of the Hollywood or-
ganization known as "Confiden-
tial Reports," "*> checking
service which checks the runs of
percentage pictures.
REVLII. HOTEL
Collins Avenus at 13th St
MIAMI BEACH
Our Dining Room Is Now
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Ds Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M.
Dietary Law. Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668
IBS SMI MM*. Hilif Ml IiiiIii Mil M MlMl Ms*
.Ml hmtIUh tl NAROLI -mi" MiWIll
rhe Wnsff /nftrnafJono/ Cuisine in flit World
TABIK D'HOTK and A LA (AHTI
Imperitd C/iampoynsi tad rare Wit W
old Wsraoe cAoice Liqutun
Music by CHARLIE BVBECK
fl fllorocco
RESTAURANT^BAR
Collins Ave. er 33rd St. Miami leech
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FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1946
PAGE THIRTEEN
Hadassah to Hold
Region Conference
Tampa will bo hostess city to
more than 100 delegates to the
annual conference of the south-
east region of Hadassah Sunday
through Tuesday.
Attending from Miami w,ill
be Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
president of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter; Mrs. N. Douglas
Raff and Mrs. Ida Goldberg,
representing Senior Hadassah.
From the local Business and
Professional Women's division.
Miss Frances Cooper, presi-
dent, and Miss Dora Klein will
attend, as will Junior Hadas-
sah president. Miss Natalie
Sandra Frankel.
With the theme of "The Time
is Now."' the conference will be
a joint session of both senior and
junior chapters. Amonc. the guest
speakers will be Mis. Alexander
Dushkin of Now York city.
Plans for the conclave are I '
ing made by -Mis. I 1") Sha]
Augusta. Ga., regional president;
Mrs. David Cowen, Tami chi
ter president: Mis. Jack Swi rdlin,
Tampa conference chairman, and
Mrs. Mack Perln nan
Fur- the juniors, Mi !'
Abromowit/, Jumoi II.
president, and Mi Rai I
junior conf< rei
in charge.
Miamian Writes Novel
About Czech Peasant
"Katka," .i novel by Maria K.
Sinak. ., Mia':,: resident,
C / < < h os li ivakian Cindi i Ua
story. Prince Charming, in tin-
person of David Vantal. an Amer-
ican of Czech parentage, meets
the heroine, a peasant girl, when
he comes to the village of Salan
to learn about Czech life.
Katka is driven by the ambi-
tion to finish writing a novel she
has begun. She runs away from
home after the death of her
mother when life with her broth-
ers and their selfish wives be-
comes unbearable.
David marries Katka and takes
her to America where she finds
happiness in freedom ^nd the de-
votion of David and his family.
But the 1929 depression over-
takes ihe family and David com-
pels Katka to take their twins
back to Czechoslovakia. The
family tcpuration in 1V\.< Key c in1 I
tit U\e book wVicY\ thvrvuflvt
1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
Campaign Workers
They Are Giving Time and Money.....Respond Generously
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMANWM. D. SINGER
CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR AND STAFF
MORRIS KLASS. Directoi
Jack Birnman
Mrs. Nancy Block
CAMPAIGN
VICE-Chairmen
Sair. Blank
Harry A. Cornblum
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Samuel Friedland
Benjamin Kane
M. J. Kopelowitz
J. Gerald Lewis
Baron do Hirsch Meyer
Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Max Orovitz
Nat Roth
Monte Selig
Carl Weinklc
Mitchell Wolfson
TREASURER
Jacob Sher
ACCOUNTANTS
Maurice S. Furman
Chairman
Harry Blumin
Edward Friedman
Louis Gilman
Sidney Lefcourt
Max B. Messer
Sidney Wasserman
Eugene Weiss
AMUSEMENTS
Jacob Sher
APARTMENTS
Harry I- Magid. Chairman
Mrs. R. R. Adler
Michael For
Seymour Frischman
Ben Giller _.
Morris Gold
H. Lippman
John Manlell
P. Rosen
Harry Saldinger
Helen Saunders
Monii Salgl
1.ot*ii Wvlnbatg
Eileen Cowen
Margot Fine
Mrs Norman Freeman
Dorothy Kopelowitz
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine
Louis Margulies
ALBERT OLIAN, Director, Beach OHice
Reva Slotchiver
Florence Miller
Mrs. Fay Oliver
Augusta Shapiro
Helen Shapiro
OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS
Harold B. Spael. Chairmar
FOOD -(Retail*
Get rqe Goldberg
Co Chairman nanntirr
Harry Saffer. Co Chairman PriUUUOL
Murray 1. Ar'e Leonard Jacobus. Chairman
FOOD (Wnolesale)
Leon Green. Chairman
FLYING SQUAD
Murray Maurer. Co-Chair-
man
S. B. Miller. Co Chairman
FRUIT SHIPPERS
Archie Brick. Chairman
Emil Cohen
L. B. Goodman
Max Goodman
E. Rubin
Sam Simon
Seymour Weiss
FURNITURE
George Wolpert. Chairmar
HEALTH
Dr. Bernard Sadowsky
Chairman
HOTELS
Nat H. Hankoff, Chairmar
Samuel G. Bast
Jack Beber
Harry A. Cornblum
Irving Frankel
Joseph Gardner
Samuel Lachman
Murray Maurer
A. J. Plotkin
Joseph M. Rose
J. M. Seidenberg
INITIAL GIFTS
Joseph R. Stein. Chairmar
INSURANCE
I_o AcWorman. Chairman
LAUNDRIE^CLEANING
L....1- >.......... I.-.. ......
PUBLICITY
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Chairman
Helen Shapiro. Director
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Speakers Bureau
Leonard Maurer. Photog-
rapher
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Mrs. Dorothy Kreigcr Fink
Rita Grossman
Mrs. Leon Kaplan
Mrs. Harold B. Spact
George Talianoff
RATING
Herbert E. Scher. Chairman
Leonard Abcss
Harry Blumin
Edward Friedman
Maurice G. Furman
Louis Gilman
Sidney Lefcourt
George Schwartz
David Stuzin
Sidney Wasserman
Eugene Weiss
REAL ESTATE
George J. Bert man
Co-Chairman
Israel S. Shapoff
Co-Chairman
Jack Beber
Leo Eisenstein
Jake Felt
William Feuer
M. L. Friedman
RESTAURANTS
Wm. Silvcrman. Chairman
Sam Rutter. Co-Chairman
Al Goldman
STATIONERY- PRINTING!
Mrs. George M. Cohen
Secretary
Mrs. Maurice Alpert
Mrs. David Bass
Mrs. Sam Blank
Mrs. Marvin Bronner
Mrs. Anna Cohen
Mrs. Sarah Czech
Mrs. Frances Danels
Mrs. Reba Epstein
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Thelma Gould
Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff
Mrs. Lester Hart
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Mrs. Benjamin Kane
Dr. Erna Klass
Mrs. Moses Kreiger
Mrs. Benjamin Landau
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
Mrs. Harry Markowitz
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Max Orovitz
Mrs. Jules Pearlman
Mrs. David Phillips
Mrs. Harry Platoff
Mrs. Ned Sail
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
Mrs. Wm. D. Singer
Mrs. Benjamin Sloie
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet
Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Mrs. Sam Weissel
Mrs. Minna Wolf
Mrs. Nat Williams
Mrs. Milton Wolf
WOMEN'S WEAR
(Retail)
Lazar Grossberg Chairman
WOMEN'S WEAR
(Wholesale)
Marlln Slmlili. Chairman
CENEBAL SOLIC1TA-
Mrs. Esther Brenner
Samuel Dickson
Wm. Edelslein
Sol C. Finn
Meyer Forer
Bernard Gelberl
Harry Gordon
Wm. Groner
Harvey Herman
Hy Kaplan
Ernest Kalz
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kaufman
Morris Kaufman
Lester Laskey
Ed Klein
Louis Lcibowitz
Victor Levine
Dr. Nathan Levin
Al Lewis
Leon Mass
Harry Milando
Morris Rohinsky
Harry Rabe
Frank Rose
Mrs. F. Rosenkrantz
Al Quadow
Arthur Rubin
D. Salomon
Mrs. Sylvia Shandloff
Joseph Segal
Sam Shapiro
Max Silver
Paul Sobel
Mrs. Hilda Shlosrock
Harry Snider
Max Stein
Elry Stone
Mr. & Mrs. H. Sootin
Mr. & Mrs D. Surdin
Ernest Sussman
Martin VanZamft
Louis Touby
Milton Wasserman
Jerome Weinkle
Melvin Weinkle
Charles Weinraub
Mrs. R. Weisman
Eugene Weiss
WOMEN'S HOME SOLIC-
ITATION
Mrs. Charles Burns
Mrs. Harry Boyell
Mrs. Louis Boyell
Mrs. Reba Brown
Mrs. Isadore Cohen
Mr;. Rose Cootner
Mrs. Harry Courshon
Mrs. Frances Danels
Mrs. Leonard Egert
Mrs. Bess Fehow
Mrs. Nat Davidoff
Mrs. Sarah Fellow
Mrs. Dan Cromer
Mr. and Mrs. L. Fox
Mrs. Sophie Frank
Mrs. Mihon Friedman
Mrs. Maurice G. Furman
Mrs. Morris Garber
Mrs. Samuel Getzug
Mrs. B. Gilbert
Mrs. J. Gladstone
Mrs. Florence Gillman
Mrs. Louis Gillman
Mrs. Emanuel Gluck
Mrs. Emil Gould
Mrs. Albert Green
Mrs. Henry Green
Mrs. Leon Green
Mrs. Ray Greenberg
Mrs. William Groner
Mrs. Max Halpern
Mrs. Ida Hartz
Mrs. Isadore Hecht
Mrs. Leo Hohauser
Mrs. Norman Jacobs
Mrs. Arthur H. Kahn
Mrs. Esther Kahn
Mrs. Harvey Kahn
Mrs. Emanuel Karger
Mrs. Henry H. Kauffman
Mrs. Harry Kotkin
Mrs. Tina Kotkin
Florence Cromer
Mrs. Harry Kozakoff
Mrs. Nathan Kramer
Mrs. Max Kuppershein
Mrs. M. Lavine
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
Mrs. Ida Levoll
Mr.- Nafh.nUl Lein
**. Vlclor I-.in-
Temple Israel Sends
Six To Convention
Of Liberal Judaism
More than 1.000 delegates from
all over tiic country arc expected
to attend the 39th council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
ations in Cincinnati, Ohio,
from Sunday through Wednes-
day, it >vas announced by Adolph
Rosenberg, president of the U
AHC.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg have
been vacationing in Miami for
tin- past few days.
Representing Miami's Temple
Israel will he Rabbi Saul B. Ap-
pelbaum; Hairy Boyell, financial
secretary; Monte Selig, Harold
Spaet and Herbert U. Feibelman,
board members. Mrs. Reba Engler
Epstein, president of the sister-
hood, \sill also attend.
incurrently will be
the Kith assembly of the National
F< deration of Temple Sisterhoods
and tli" lit), convention of the
National Federation of Temple
I
Prii peakers at the final
ill be: Rabbi Leo
. chief rabbi of Ber-
lin, 1 years in
ation camp with
Rabbi
Hillel Silver, president of
Cen1 Conl Amei -
nd the Lets "f
. the A', my and
General Luther
Miller and Real Admiral William
N Till :
Widener Day Climaxes
Hialeah Race Season
Widener day, long considered
one of America's most spectacu-
lar sporting events, will again
bring Hialeah race courses sea-
son to a colorful climax this year,
with a crowd of over 25,000 ex-
pected to witness the racing and
pageantry.
Enhancing the beauty of the
infield will be a repeat perform-
ance of the exotic parade of the
500 Flamingos, and the gala cos-
tumes of Chief Willie Osceola
and 100 of his Seminole Indian
braves and squaws.
Feature attraction of Widener
day will be the Widener itself,
a $50,000 added handicap for
ttirce-yenr-olds and upward over
route at m mile and
vrnUrn will j*m- m B


An important film concerning
Europe's plight, titled "Free
and Famine," now being disl
uted to ;ill theatres in the United |
States at the request of the Secre"
taries of State, War and Agricul-
ture and the Foreign Economic
Administrator, is the 140th and
final picture being released na-
tionally by Hollywood's War Ac-
tivities committee. This short is
a factual day by day struggle of
the average European family to
fight off famine, pestilence and
hopelessness.

As a radio columnist for a New
York newspaper back in 1929.
Jerry Wald, now one of Warner
Bros.' top producers and responsi-
ble for the success of "Pride of
the Marines" and "M i 1 d r e d
Pierce," gave a "plug" to a strug-
gling young pianist called Oscar
Levant. In appreciation, Levant
split a loaf with Wald at Lindy's
restaurant. The friendship has
never lagged. Today Oscar has
the top featured role with John
Garfield and Joan Crawford in
"Humoresque," which Wald is
making for Warners.

Ingrid Bergmann says that she
"loved making love" to Gary
Cooper in "Saratoga Trunk," be-
cause it was so-o- natural! In-
grid, who is every inch a beauty
and has more inches of stature
than most, usually has to remove
her high-heeled shoes for roman-
tic close-ups with the average
leading man. For Gary's six-
foot-three in elevation, however,
the tall Ingrid not only had to
wear her shoes but on many oc-
casions had to stand on a box,
which, according to the star, "is
really the thing to do." "Women,"
she says, "should always reach
up for their kisses, and never,
never stoop!"

The Edward G. Robinsons
tossed a huge dinner party the
other night, complete with soft
lights and Gypsy music, and with
everyone of high rank in Holly-
wood present. Within an hour
or so the transition was some-
thing! Someone had said "throw
the Gypsies out!" with the result
that Eddie Cantor, Paul Muni,
Groucho and Harpo Marx and
Ray Milland took over for a ter-
rific vaudeville session which
proved hilarious!
*
Producer David O. Selznick's
new film, "Duel In the Sun," will
stand him in cash output around
$7,000,000 at the time the picture
is released. This outlay will in-
clude the cost of advertising and
exploitation which alone will run
around the $1,000,000 mark.
Shepard Broad. Co-Chair-
man
Alfred Stone, Co-Chairman
Abe Allenberq
Morris Alpert
David S. Andron
Isidore Aronoviiz
Jack Beber
George Berlman
George M. Cohen
Harry A. Cornblum
David Emmer
Nathan Glosser
Samuel Gold
E. Max Goldstein
Dr. Morris Goodman
Joseph Lipton
Harry I. Magid
Murray Maurer
Arthur L. Perper
David Phillips
Samuel Sapiro
Harold B. Spaet
Harold Turk
Gut Trau
Alex Van Siraaien
Harry Zuckernick
BEER
Charles Cohen, Co-Chair-
man
Harold Cohen. Co-Chairman
CONSTRUCTION
Harry Markowilx
DENTAL
Dr. Irving Gordon
Chairman
DRY GOODS
Maurice Cromer, Chairman
Arnold Rubin
DRUGS
Sam Goldman. Chairman
Sidney Beskind
Jack Davis
Jack Geyer
Jack Jablau
Jack Rich
Bill Shayne
Phillip Steir
Jules Wasserman
Waller Waxman
Jack Zwick
EDUCATION-WELFARE
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Chairman
Abe Gannes, Co-Chairmar
FINANCE
Ralph Kaplan. Chairman
Aaron Labon
Bill Lee
Jack Leonard
Perry Marks
Birdie Mazo
Benjamin Mitchell
Seymour Schulner
Bert Stark
Joseph R. Stein
Leonard Weisberg
MEDICAL
Dr. T. M. Berman
Co-Chairman
Dr. Alexander Kushner
Co-Chairman
Dr. Lawrence Adler
Dr. I. H. Agos
Dr. Samuel Aronoviiz
Dr. Stanley H. Axelrod
Dr. Aaron Bernstein
Dr. William Bernstein
Dr. Morris Blau
Dr. William K. Boros
Dr. Henry Cadan
Dr. Isaac B. Cippes
Dr. Stanley Frehling
Dr. M. J. Glick
Dr. H. A. Greene
Dr. A. R. Hollander
Dr. Emil Isberg
Dr. Ferdinand Kauders
Dr. Jack Kausman
Dr. M. B. Kirsch
Dr. Bernard Kleinman
Dr. Nathaniel Levin
Dr. Louis Lytton
Dr. Robert Mayer
Dr. Max Pepper
Dr. Murray Reckson
Dr. P. Rezek
Dr. Manning J. Rosnick
Dr. Bernard Ross
Dr. Reuben Rochkind
Dr. Edward Roth
Dr. Sol Selevan
Dr. Jacob Sternberg
Dr. Harry Tarr
Dr. Barney Weinkle
Dr. Philip Weinstein
Dr. S. Charles Werblow
MEN'S WEAR
George Adler, Chairman
E. Meadows
Benjamin Orrin
B. O. Pollock
METAL & WASTE
Meyer Schwartz. Chairma
Joe Beck
Harry Oliphant
NEW GIFTS
David Phillips, Chairman
Meyer Schwartz
Jacob Sher
Louis Sneiman
David Sli.zin
Ernest Sussman
Louis Wolie
Henry Wolff
George Wolpert
VENDING MACHINES
Norman Rothschild
Chairman
VOLUNTEERS
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
Chairman
Mrs. Harry Oliphant
Co-Chairman
Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann
Mrs. Max Biederman
Mrs. Aaron Bernstein
Mrs. Nat Blumberg
Mrs. William Capland
Mrs. Frank Coret
Mrs. Martin Dibner
Mrs. William Farr
Mrs. Joseph Fenias
Mrs. Isador Fine
Mrs. Jerome Freehling
Mrs. Stanley Frehling
Mrs. Milton Friedman
Mrs. Ida Goldberg
Mrs. Jeanette Good
Mrs. Herman Goodman
Mrs. Anna Gordon
Edna Heller
Mrs. Herman Isaacson
Mrs. Max Jacobskind
Mrs. Jack Janoff
Mrs. Sanford Kramer
Mrs. Jack Rosenberg
Mrs. Norman Rossman
Mrs. Ned Sail
Mrs. Arthur Schwartz
Mrs. Max Shapiro
Mrs. Sam Silver
Mrs. Samuel Traurig
Mrs. Philip Weinstein
Mrs. William Weintraub
WOMEN'S SPECIAL
GIFTS
Mrs. Monte Selig. Chairman
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
Co-Chairman
Mrs. Charles Ratner
Co-Chairman
Mr. & Mrs. L. Elkin
Malvin Fnglander
A. Fisher
Irvinq Firtel
Bernard Frank
Isador Goldman
Sol Goldman
Billy Goldweber
Fannie Goodman
Jerry Greenwald
H. Holtzman
Arthur Kahn
Samuel Katz
Dr. Maurice Klein
Hylan Kout
B. Krinsky
Haiman Laibson
Al Lehrman
Rebecca Levin
Anna Levinson
Abe Levy
Martin Lipman
Mack Lubin
Dan Madnick -
L. Marcus
Godfrey K. Newman
Arthur Olden
Al Ossip
Milton Pep
Judge Melvin Richards
J. Rosenbaum
Felix Rosenthal
Olga Saigir
S. E. Schwartz
H. SchlUsel
Herbert Shapiro
George Talianoff
Paul Weitzman
Raphael K. Yunes
Harold Zinn
MEN'S HOME SOLICITA-
TION(Town)
Milton Friedman, Chairman
Jerry Alexander
Sam Alexander
A. Aranoff /
Wm. Adelstein
Oscar Argintar
Max Azar
Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Bear
Mrs. Miriam Baumel
Amos Benjamin
Herman Binder
Harry Boyell
Paul Barnett
Joseph Bermann
Abraham Bramson
$783,100
Mrs. Leon Ell
Mrs. Aaron Farr
Mrs. Harry Gerson
Polly Gershon
Mrs. M. Gold
Mrs. L. Goldman
Mrs. E. Goldstrich
Mrs. M. Gratz
Mrs. D. Harris
Mrs. Jack Hirsch
Mrs. David Isen
Mrs. Irving Janet
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Mrs. Beth Kaplan
Mrs. E. Kaplan
Mrs. Rose Kimball
Mrs. K. Kimmel
Mrs. Louis Krensky
Mrs. Moses Krieger
Mrs. Moe Kurman
Mrs. Benjamin Landau
Mrs. Naomi Lesowader
Mrs. Norman Maran
Mrs. Irving Marcus
Mrs. Rose Marcus
Mrs. Murray Maurer
Birdie Mazo
Mrs. Max Meisel
Mrs. J. Mirisch
Mrs. David Nathan
Mrs. Robert Nordin
Mrs. Samuel Oka
Mrs. D. Phillips
Mrs. Harry Rubin
Mrs. Bernard Rudnick
Mrs. H. Schmerin
Mrs. N. Schwartz
Mrs. H. Shonberg
Mrs. Hutty Siegel
Mrs. Lester Stepner
Mrs. Carl Susskind
Mrs. George Talianoff
Mrs. Harold Turk
Mrs. J. Ed. Weinstein
Mrs. Bert Whitman
Mrs. A. E. Woolfe
WOMEN'S HOME SOLIC-
ITATION(Town)
Mrs. Leon Kaplan
Chairman
Mrs. George Adler
Mrs. Sophie Alenier
Mrs. Frances Alexander
Mrs. Miriam Baumel
Mrs. Ada Adyer
Mrs. Morris Bear
Mrs. Francis B arson
Mrs. Paul Barr.ett
Shirley Berg
Mrs. Essie Bergman
Mrs. Joseph Bermann
Mrs. Mac Blecher
Mrs. L. Bunn
Mrs. Dorothy Block
Mrs. Harry Minkoff
Mrs. Jack Minor
Mrs. P. Neuwirth
Mrs. Ruth Nurenberq
Mrs. Fred Ochs
Mrs. Ida Orlansky
Mrs. Anne Pastroff
Mrs. C. Pomerantz
Mrs. Irving Querido
Mrs. Harry Rabin
Mrs. David Rifas
Mrs. Hyland Rifas
Mrs. Pearl Raidman
Mrs. B. Rosen
Mrs. Morris Rosenberg
Mrs. Henry Rosengarlen
Mrs. Albert Rosenthal
Mrs. Clara Rothenberg
Mrs. Norman Rothschild
Mrs. Paul Sabel
Mrs. Maurice Sager
Mrs. Al Sandier
Mrs. Sarah Safer
Mrs. Herbert Scher
Mrs. C. Segal
Mrs. Max Seigel
Mrs. Harry Seitlin
Mrs. Henry Seitlin
Mrs. Nathan Sepsenwall
Mrs. Sylvia Shandloff
Mrs. David Serneker
Mrs. I. Shapoff
Mrs. M. Shore
Mrs. William Silverman
Mrs. William Simkins
Mrs. David Singer
Mrs. Herman Slansky
Mrs. H. Slepian
Mrs. Max Sperling
Mrs. Bernard Sterling
Mrs. Elry Stone
Mrs. George Stone
Mrs. Jack Stone
Mrs. Louis Stone
Mrs. Milton Stone
Mrs. M. L. Shapiro
Mr. and Mrs. D. Surdin
Mrs. Max Swartz
Mrs. Charles Turk
Mrs. Joe Weintraub
Mrs. Herman Wepman
Mrs. R. Weisman
Mrs. Sam Weissel
Mrs. George Wolpert
Mrs. Joseph Zalis
Mrs. Sydney Zincker
YOUTH DIVISION
Maurice Grossman
Organizer
Natalie Frankel
Co-Chairman
Theodore Sakowitz
Co-Chairman
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
1002 CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
Theatre-goers who need con-
vincing to join the American
Brotherhood are quite likely to
be persuaded by "The American
Creed." Nine motion picture
stars make brief, but sincere ap-
peals for the public to sign up
for membership in the Brother-
hood, an organization for racial
and religious tolerance backed by
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews. The effective-
ness of the film lies mainly in its
brevity and the plain, but intelli-
gent appeals from Eddie Cantor,
Ingrid Bergman, Edward G. Rob-
inson, Shirley Temple, Van John-
son, James Stewart, Jennifer
Jones, Walter Pidgeon and Kath-
erine Hepburn.
*
Al Jolson says that Hollywood
is divided into people who do
things and people who take the
credit. There's less competition
in the first group, he adds.
Elia Kazan, who did such a
brilliant directorial job on that
hit picture, "A Tree Grows in
Brooklyn," has been signed to
direct "Sea of Grass," starring
Spencer Tracy and Melvyn Doug-
las. Elia, who will leave immedi-
ately for MGM studios after the
opening of his production of
Maxwell Andersons "Truckline
Cafe," is still in his twenties.
Mickey Roth, the 13-year-old
Spokane youngster who played
George Gershwin as a boy in the
recent movie, "Rhapsody In
Blue," has taken over another
historical role. He will enact
Prince Chulalongkorn, who be-
came one of Siam's most enlight-
ened monarchs. in 20th Century-
Fox's picturization of the best
seller, "Anna and the King of
Siam."
The book, written by Henry
Richardson, deals with Richard
Wagner, Ins Becond wife. Cosima;
her father, Franz Liszt, and other
bles. This lecture was orig-
v scheduled for two weeks
ago.
Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture
on "The Human Mind" at the
Forum 8 p.m. Tuesday.
World Bank Champion
Vacations In Hollywood
Louis Sachar, who spearhead-
ed the successful nationwide
campaign of the Business and
Industry Committee for Bretton
Woods, is vacationing at the Hol-
lywood Beach hotel with Mrs.
Sachar and their son, Jeffrey.
As treasurer of the committee,
Sachar, a few weeks ago dissolv-
ed that organization upon rati-
fication by 35 nations of the
Bretton Woods Agreements and
the International Monetary Bank
for Reconstruction and Develop-
ment.
Sachar is president of the Reli-
ance Textile company and its af-
filiate concerns with headquart-
ers in New York city. After a
three-week stay in Hollywood,
he will return to New York and
then rejoin his wife at the Flor-
ida resort before leaving on a
one-week business trip to Cuba.
Cards Follow Meeting
Cards and mah jongg will fol-
low the meeting of Jhe Greater
Miami chapter. National Home
for Jewish Children, which will
be held 1 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Zeilingtr, 846 Len-
ox ave.
The chapter is making plans
for its night of games which will
take place March 31 at the Beach
Elks club.
To Hold Lawn Party
A lawn party will be held at
the home of Miss Mildred Berko-
witz, 701 S.W. 27th rd. at 3 p.m.
Sunday by Emma Lazarus chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith.
The affair, a combined tea and
membership party, will feature
guest speakers, bingo, cards, bun-
ko and refreshments. It is open
to girls interested in B'nai B'rith
activities.
Bernard Hermann, CBS sym-
phonic conductor, has arrived in
Hollywood to compose and con-
duct the score for the forthcom-
ing 20th Century-Fox movie ver-
sion of "Anna And The King Of
Siam."' He will resume his duties
at CBS when he returns to New
York in the middle of April.
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'

Red Cross Launches
$407,000 Dade Drive
The greatesTpeacctime fund
campaign the American Red
Cross ever held in Dade count
opens today. Upwards of 400
volunteer solicitors Will begin
their canvass of every horn.
office in Greater Mismi *
throughout the county for S4U7.-
000, the largest peacetime quota
ever set by the local organiza-
tion. .11
Of this amount, (5 percent will
be retained by the local Ch
for operations in Dado county.
Twentv-iV. at will be turn-
ed over to the national organiza-
tion for nation-wide operations
and Red Cross services overseas.
Tl e month of Mai been
designated Red Cross
President Truman, who. in his
proclamation, i
est support
campi
S null ; isly, H. H
campaign chairman I
countv. pointed to thi
continuing Red Cross
able-bodied troops abroad and in
this country, to those in
tals, and to veterans, as well as |
to families and dependents ol
all who have worn the unil
Assisting Hyman in the cam-
paign are J. Newton Lummus. Jr.,
cochairman. and Mrs. S. A
kany, chairman of the women's
division.
Red Cross budge'.
pared to a minimum consistent
with adequate service, H;
pointed out. Expenditures for |
1946 actually will excet I the
campaign goal, tl
being made up fr pre-1
viously collected in 1
war would continue inl
Congress Women to Entertain
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wise
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise
will be honored at a luncheon to
be given by the Women's divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress,
Sunday. March 10. at the B,
comb<: Thi affair is an annual
event
Dr. Wise is president ol the
American Jewish C i
0f the World Jewish
Mrs. W;se hi
Women's division of the AJ(
While here. Dr. and Mrs.
Wise are slaying with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, 1400 Len-
ox ave. Dr. Wise will be gues.
speaker al the Miami Beach
Jewish Center services lomghi.
Th executiv. b
f d tors of 1 W
[ entertaii Mrs. u >c
ncheon Th
and Mrs. r
in chi ..
For the luncheon Mi
musical pn -
isinch ents.Hei ________________
.,,,., Mrs. Charles cta
Grossman and Miss Clara Gold- Hollywood Io btage
Futurity March 15th
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A, E W Ife, Mrs. | Wm. J.
DR. STEPHEN S. WI3E
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Ri I '' -,y
House Council Holds
2nd Basketball Dance
Gordon Named Editor
Harry Gordon v.
tor of the Town V
meeting of the I
last week. The announcement 1
was made by Harry Sch
public relations committee chair-
man. The bulletin is to be pub-
lished r., xt week.
The Y is also planning to be-
gin a mixed sports group on Sun-
day, March 10. Men and women
will meet for basketball, volley-
ball and calisthenics each Sun-
day at 10:30 a.m. under the direc-
tion of Mike Rand, athletic direc-
tor.
Syms. managing director of the
Hollywood Kennel club.
Th. I ".ill be the richest
futui l and the field
will be Si :. 'in 31 0U(
ing pup, whelped on or aft. t
psilon P; .. c. ,, ____
" the Pl'P-s
Hollywood rac-
second social a:;. I ol the futunty is sure to be 8
I atl. ction.
thi '< H m ...
Following thi e, a dance,
with the- music of Sherwood La-'; "English Politics at Homt and
vine's orchestra, will be held in in the East" will be discussed by
Visit to Nazi Camp
Pictured By Miamiin
The story of Dachau was
brought back to Miami by Leon-
ard Maurer, official photographer
f the 1946 Combined Jewish
.,. Seven of his graphic
pictures, of the Dachau dead have
been reproduced and placed in
,h(. kita of campaign workers as
an impetus for making the drive
ess.
Maurer took the pictures about
, week after Dachau was taken
by the Allies. The Seventh
Army Signal Corps outfit, to
which he was attached, was the
first unit of permanent troops to
go in after the infantry captured
the camp.
I didn't see anyone moving or
,live except some German guards
who were still at the concentra-
tion camp." he says.
He and his buddies jumped over
a fence to get in. Maurer took
pictures "illegally" with a
small German camera that he
had found and made sets of pic-
tures for a number of his of-
M unds of bodies and bones
outside the buildings when
t there. He believes that
the Germans had brought the
dead out to bury them, but were
unable to do so before the Ameri-
cans arrived. U. S. soldiers forced
the Germans to bury the remains
the day after Maurer made his
unofficial visit.
"The worst thing about Dachau
:ie smell," Maurer reports.
He didn't go into the wooden
shacks where prisoners had been
1 because the buildings
were "too rotten to enter."
Maurer served as a photog-
rapher in the Army for three
years, two years of which he
spent in the European theatre.
He was a corporal when he re-
ceived his discharge.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Maurer, 3026 Prairie ave., he
volunteered his services to the
1946 CJA campaign. He has en-
i ,.t Georgia Tech to study
chemical engineering.
lhs regularly schedule ^1
gslioj, m..tig of ^^1
will be Postponed from w^
o March 13. ^M
Harry Simons, presid*^
National JWB To Meet
The first annual National Jew-
ish Welfare board meeting to be
held in five years will take place
in Washington, D.C., early in
May. The conferences were post-
poned during the war.
Theme of the meeting will be
::Reconversion from War to
Peace and the Role of the Jewish
Center."
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v MARCH 1. IMj
Le county's rapid growth
r J for 'ts f"ture combme
needs t t owner8
ref o the polls May 7 to
fc propo^'d improvement.
&'**. e
HV approval. One key
Kt is the proposed Dade
E Aquarium, Marine La-
Ky and Wild Life Exh.b.t,
Kst $2,000,000. It is to be lo-
Ton the south end of Vir-
' Key, county-owned land.
iaudi'tonum seating between
, and 4.000 persons with ad-
i,nal meeting rooms for
filer groups is proposed in a
Lo00bonrlissue.lt would be
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lite location has been deter-
fcd one site indicated is on
+Jenlsli fkr/f/in
PAGE FIFTEEN
the filled island at the bend of
the MacArthur causeway.
Other projects are: A children's
home$400,000 bond issue; an
old people's home for $100,000; a
tuberculosis hospital for $250,000.
An adequate waterfront park for
residents of the southern part of
the county. This is proposed in a
bond issue of $100,000 to develop
the park on 1,200 acres owned by
the county, fronting on the bay
north and each of Homestead.
A bond issue of $200,000 is pro-
posed for a warehouse to provide
space for valuable equipment, in-
cluding voting machines valued
at $400,000.
Eddie Cantor has just signed
contracts with a Hollywood pub-
lisher to re-write and bring up
to date his autobiography "My
Life Is In Your Hands." The
book, to be completed by fall,
will sell on newsstands.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
'Oblivion Is Eternal," a discussion of the issues of
in Kaplan Hall. Jack Bernstein will conduct services
Saturday morning at 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W.
Third Ave., Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conserraiire
Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Members
of the Sisterhood will participate. Mrs Jack August,
president, will greet the worshippers. Miss Sarah Kussy,
honor..,v vice president of the National Womenis league
will be guest speaker and will discuss "Let Us Reason
Togo the. Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs will deliver the
opening prayer and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, the closing
prayer. Kabbi Shapiro will speak briefly. Mrs Jean
Seitiin will be hostess during the social hour in honor
of the return of her son. Emanuel, from overseas. Mr.
and Mrs. Isadorc Fine are the donors of the floral offer-
ing Saturday services, 8:30 a.m. This is the unique
Sabbath of Shekolim." when the children of Israel were
counted and brought "Shekel" or coin to the Sanctuary.
The rabbi will speak on "Stand Up and Be Counted.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Conterratire
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest speaker at services
this evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on
"The Weeklv Portion of the Law" tomorrow morning at
9 am. The Bar Mitzva of Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis B. 1 man, will be observed. Junior congregation. 10
a.m. Mincha, 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Sudos and
Maariv. Young Judaea. 7 p.m. Saturday. Senior Youth
Council social and dance, 8 p.m. Saturday for grades 10.
11 and 12. Young People's League dance, 8:30 p.m.
Sundav.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
For his first sermon. Rabbi Grauer will speak on
"And He Congregated the People" at late Friday evening
services. 8:30 p.m. Members of the Sisterhood will be
hostesses at a reception after the services. The rabbi will
discuss the "Portion of the Week" at Saturday morning
services, '. a.m. Shalos Sudos. Saturday afternoon.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Chose Ave. at 41st
St.. Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Jewish Music Sabbath will be observed tonight when
Rabbi Kionish speaks on "A People That Sings, Lives;
A Peoulr That Lives, Sings.'- at services. 8:15 p.m. Sab-
bath services, 10:45 a.m. Young Folks' league open house
tor men and women, 18 to 25 years old, 8 p.m. Sunday.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFT
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Let There Be
Music m celebration of Jewish Music Week at services
0 JO p.m. tonight. Adult Saturday morning services.
*_-Jo a.m. The rabbi will speak on "Congregating.
n,Mrmedlate services, 9 a-m- Junior services, 10 jn.
Bible study. 4 p.m.. with S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos.
f ?up-T, Rab&i Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion
01 the Week." Mizrechi meeting, 8 p.m. Saturday.
Hebrew School Group
Names Dance Committee
Last minute details for their
Purim Ball were planned by the
Miami Hebrew School and Jun-
ior Congregation at a board meet-
ing Tuesday evening. The ball will
be held at the Moose Hall March
10.
Herbert Fcldan is general
chairman of the affair. Cochair-
men are Jules Wilson, Mrs. Jack
Stone and Mrs. Myron Newman.
Other committee workers are:
Milton Weiner, grand treas-
urer; Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Mrs.
Edward Moss and Mrs. Morris Of-
sowitz, tickets; Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rutansky, Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Apfelbaum and Mrs. Harry
Minkoff, fund raising project.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
entertainment; Mrs. Edward L.
Becker, publicity; Mrs. Herman
Pearl, Mrs. Jules Wilson and
Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff, refresh-
ments.
A regular meeting of the group
will be held 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the Biscayne Temple, 120 N.W.
15th ave., for collection of ticket
money. Deadline for advertising
patrons for the souvenir journal
has been extended to March 4.
MacLean To Report
Refugee Aid To Council
Richard MacLean, recently ar-
rived from Ciudad Trujillo, will
present information regarding
the group of refugees who were
given haven in his republic dur-
ing the war to the Miami section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. The meeting will be held 2
p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y.
Mrs. Nat L. Williams will pre-
sent a report of the presidents'
conference which she recently at-
tende in Atlantic City.
Harry Mursten, 15 year old
piano prodigy who performed
with symphony orchestras at the
age of five, will be guest artist.
Young Mursten has appeared
with the Buffalo Philharmonic
and Civic orchestras.
Friedland Renominated
For Center Presidency
Samuel Friedland was nomin-
ated for reelection to the presi-
dency of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Monday evening.
Election of officers will be held
some time in March.
Others nominated on a slate
brought in by Dr. M. A. Lipkind
and his committee include Her-
man Berk, Joseph M. Rose and
Alfred Stone, vice presidents;
Harry Sirkin, treasurer; Archie
Brick, recording secretary; Hen-
ry B. Ungerleider, financial sec-
retary.
Ten of the following will be
elected to the board of directors:
Benjamin Appel, Judge Joseph A.
Berman, Harry Bodenstein, Ber-
nard Feiner, William Feuer, Alex
Sussman, Baruch Holman, Julius
Rosenstein, Abraham Selevan,
Bernard Ordover, N. H. Hankoff,
Abraham Goodman, Max Green-
berg, J. Bachrach and Matthew
Silverstein.
Amendments to the constitu-
tion have been proposed to in-
crease the number of vice presi-
dents to three and to increase
the number of a required board
quorum to 11.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Lee Blum
of 70 N.W. 25 St., will take place
2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Sinai ceme-
tery. Rabbi Murray Grauer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will officiate, assisted by
the Rev. Maurice Mamches. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be pres-
ent.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Goldberg, of 625 Meridian
ave., will take place 2:30 p.m.
Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery.
Rabbi Murray Grauer, assisted
by the Rev. Maurice Mamches,
will officiate. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer
of the Miami Monument com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
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guest speaker at the Histadruth
L'Tarbulh Ivrith Saturday eve-
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FRIDAY, MARCH

Buchenwald Survivors Yearn
For Palestine, Chaplain Says
"All Europe is fighting for
children," said Chaplain Hers-
chel Schacter during his visit to
Miami in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal. There are so
A ghetto within a ghetto,"
as he termed it.
He paid tribute to the kindness
and courageous self-sacrifice oi
certain of the non-Jewish in-
mates, the Dutch and Cz
Jewisn appeal. """ i "-..... -?(
frightening* tew children left L
there that every country on the Jewish
European continent is using every \ esPecial1
means at its command to bring prisoners. ho ^
back those spared by tl N
those who. by some miracle sur- their >
vived the cold, starvat.on. and Ten
unspeakable abu
obviously, whereare. utarc pop..-
lations to come from. ""'"' their
Chaplain Schacter. who was proved SO
with the first division of the plight is as t
Eighth Corps Headquarters to main:
enter Germany, described con- possible
ditions in Buchenwald when I
division reached the notorious himseli
concentration camp. The ca:
was liberated on April 11 and on wald. wi( r_
the very next morning he W
permitted to visit it. About 21,- I
000 of the prisoners were left th Jews a 1
alive, of whom there were about and bi
4,500 Jews. Among these
nearly 1.000 children, soi
voung as two to three years of i N ...
age. some who were born in the He
midst of appalling n '.
wretchedness. aleS
The following evening. Friday, tine.
April 13. a service of libel "This is not the result ot
was held. "It w I propaganda nor of
of immortal rank. laplain
program,' he explained. "These
people are simply resolved
that having seen their dear
ones tortured and slaughtered
as Jews, that having them-
selves suifered the anguish of
the damned as Jews, they will
live and work and die as Jews
in a Jewish land. They have
no interest in the political or
ideological aspect of the matter.
For them, this is no academic
question to be discussed in
forums cr around debating
tables,
the tragic condition: found j "I heard I talk-
among the inmates. Hi about it. Oi wants
that the Jews wen An* ause he had
closed, that while there was an an undo there who. he was cer-
electrically charged fence ai
the entire camp, the Je\ '-
prisoners
space again sui an- to Palestini don't
other electrically charged barri- any relativi
the first lad. *oull be aU done
Sere." The second boy looked a
his friend in amazement, ah
in Palestine? How can you
alone in Paiesime. finnno
that? Why, we have 600.0M
ir brothers and sisters tiiere
m other words, these people will
nsider going from one Ga
Iuth to another Galuth. They
wandering.
The chaplain also described his
task of taking several
nd. where they are fx
"-ain'ng
... day when
can be allowed to entei i ai-
asked what h
. th( jews I \ 'erica,
]Chapl S hactei n d two
till it hurts to bring the
them alive. Give now.
will he '
"L, t us Ami lse :,li
p( v.. : .. : nee, II
. : ieve tho ultimate
tion for the
fronting tl
' '
tilential at
n to Palestint
luestion is unimportant.
'' k'
ich abstra I
'
n that ean J<
inti
they yearn
: Palest :.
Schacter. "to describe the scene.
I set up my paraph,:
portable altar, the Tor..:
candlesticks. Two th
the Jewish in:
one who could stag)
to the room, attended. Only
those who were too w,
did not come. The wi
cries of joyous gratil
me so that I could
duct the service."
Chaplain Schacter
work in attempt::.
Aaron Bernard Rosenthal was
^ in the
U. S. Navi I K emon-
! of
:v. Atlanta, fi t I
ROTC graduates last Friday.
The son of Mrs J, anette Stol-
fa. 1937 S W. Seventh st, R
vu on : '.ice with
the Navy foi 2 i ::";.- prii I
a cadi t. H"
will report to '. Naval Training
51 :., Ni wport, R.I., for duty.
Appointment of committees for
the ci wen madc by
Carl Weinkle. president of the
y... t a board jneettag.last
Weinkle was electedI cnair-
tth. board and Leo Hubw-
,,,, named secretary.
The board will hold a special
,, the near future to
plans foi Its building fund
ign. Among committee
.ppointed were George
Bertman and Harry S.rkm, who
will head the building site com-
""others named by Weinkle were
A Kivkind and Mrs. Nat
dull activities; Mrs.
W< inkle and Dr. S. G. Sch-
. youth activities: Paul
VI :. interpretations and
Max Meisel. library;
v M ses Krieger, membership.
,n of the membership
will be appointed soon.
Chaikin and Mrs. Eliot
V. .. fu Id wen named chair-
social committee; S.
,. athletic; Leo Hubcr-
. ,,. nd Dr. William Bernstein,
cultural and i lucational; Milton
Buck, finance;
Frankel and Mrs. Carl
nd, house and grounds:
and Harry Zuker-
ition; David Iscn,
It was announced that the
ROHANS
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Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Took
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of scute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
dr^o and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy. Hydrotherapy and
Electric.Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE. M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-02439 10*2
Open lo Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
URGENT
NEED
Jewish veterans at the Uni-
versity of Miami are in dire
need of housing. If you have
any available rooms, please
contact the Hillel House, phone
48-2431.
ATHLETIC DlRECToT ,
ENGAGED BY J
Herman Polansky, grad
Louisian Tech with a oW I
health eduction, has fr^*]
accord^
and activities d
lnrtor
to Jack Marash, executive 2
tor. *
Polansky was in the Armv ^
cial services division for ,2*
and a half years. When the a2
Ining center was deact^
"vatei i
ls voted tfej
tra
at the Beach, he
best special seivices""dirXl
the post and assigned to the isZ j
distribution station. He also t&!
ed the post newspaper.
John T. Ruffing. fiekUcretJ
of the Girl Scouts, was pjj
at an organizational meeting
a new troup at the Beach H
Wednesday. Girls and th*l
mothers met to plan activities*!
the troup.
Beach Y has now taken oversenj.1
icemen's activities formerly (I
rectcd by the Aimy-Navy con>l
mittee there. Mrs. Milton SirkJ
is in charge.
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+Jewlstinnrirtinn PAGE NINE SENWALDS GIVE $1,000,000 TO U.J.A. •tvTTON The 100 '-~ KE5* "nited Jewish n R,.f itfeea, Overseas SJS3B. the largest %  %  „. in history, uinched here Sunnational meeting of Ln 350 Jewish leaders Its of the country, as u Baruch, adviser to .. Director General Heritiman of the United Nl e i ,f and Rehabilitation Nation: Henry Morgen| Jr former Secretary of 1 asury. and Herbert Bay0 ined in urging that (Jewish drive kicially fcnts: VJS Bed effort be made to „d rebuild the lives of 1.jewish survivors in Eura vital part of the world assuring the future wellf mankitv! {t of Hi000.000 was an\ by members of the of the late Julius Roiwho made a similar ution during the first War. The sum of $500.contributed by the of the late Felix M. rg. and Edmund I. Kaufof Washington, D.C., and ood, Fla.. made a gift .0.000. Minimum requirements of nstituent dies of the Jewish Appeal for 1946 are 000 for the far-flung rerehabiht ition program pe of the Joint Distribubmmittei ; $43,872,000 for building and refugee setn Palestine of kend of Activities Installation the United Palestine Appeal; and $1,082,025 for the program of adjustment for refugees in the United States carried on by the National Refugee Service. The $1,000,000 gift represented contributions made by four families which include children of Julius Rosenwald. This gift was announced by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Stern, New Orleans; Mrs. David M. Levy, National Chairman of the Women's division of the UJA; Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenwald and Mrs. Max Ascoli, all of Mew York City, or by philanthropic funds with which they are affiliated. Announcement of the Warburg gift was made by Edward M. M. Warburg, of New York, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. The conference was officially opened by Edmund I. Kaufmann, of Washington, D.C., who was named National Chairman for Initial Gifts. Urging the widest support for the UJA campaign, Lehman declared that under the limitations of the scope of UNRRA operations, a large percentage of the Jewish survivors in Europe can be helped to live and rebuilt their lives only through the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal— the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. Predicting that the year 1946 "will most certainly be by far the most prosperous peacetime year" in the history of the United States, Robert R. Nathan, former deputy director for War Manpower and Reconversion who conducted a survey of the economic potentialities of Palestine last year, asserted that the survey had concluded that in the next decade Palestine could absorb from approximately 600,000 to over 1,100,000 Jewish immigrants. The economic development of Palestine to date has bekcncl ol activities markIinstallation of Rho chapla Alpha Pi sorority, on diversity of Miami cam-1 Rosalynd Wolfson and |lam-hp Rothbcrg, national condui %  • 1 the formal inpn ci nies Friday on at Hillel house. Girls lerc initiated as charter In Joy" Alpert, SclEli anor Bream, |Burk.. Marilyn Eisenstat, Epstein, Gloria Fleur, poldfii Sale Grossman, Hirsch, Rita Lippman, Dlendli .:;/. Hannah Ros[Joan Seigel, Joyce Weiss. I nal council I non (1 ;it a banriclay i vi ning at Victor's ftnt. A ; reception was jo by representatives of all raternitiea of the r'> s afternoon at s lounge. Ration tivities concludat Matheson CK Sunday afternoon. ty was originally las ;i local group at the ly at the end of last ps Lillian Hirsch is chanausTBRosDv; Hey, Kids! Bubble Gum To Appear At Carnival Bubble gum, whose rarety is moie calamitous to the kids than the scarcity of butter, will be the prize offering at the Beth David Young Judaea carnival Sunday, follow religious school classes. Bubble gum has been so unobtainable in the Miami area that one young Jewish Floridian subscriber asked the publisher's aid in locating some last week. Features at the carnival will be darts, bingo, fortune telling, fish pond, penny pitching, "feed hungry Haman," an age-guessing machine, a counting the beans contest and refreshments. Mrs. E. A. Steidel is advisor and Dobby Shevin, president of the group. All Beth David students have been invited to the carnival. MRS. WEISS HONORED FOR TOP BOND SALE For her record sale of .war bonds, Mrs. Rose Weiss of Miami Beach was honored at a luncheon yesterday at the Urmey hotel. Mrs. Weiss surpassed all individual effort in Florida in all of the war loans and sold 1,442 Victory loan bonds. The honoring of Mrs. Weiss came at the time when awards are reaching organizations and individuals who worked in the last Victory loan drive. Mrs. T. T. Stevens, chairman of the women's division, Dade county War Finance Committee, presided at the luncheon. Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR AL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE SEE • S. Shapoff, Realtor W 2? TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 Miss Melicov Presents Students In Recital Anyuta Melicov, teacher of piano and theory, will present her pupils in a recital 2:30 p.m. Sunday at her home-studio, 1045 Euclid ave. Students will give short biographical sketches of the composers whose music they will play. As a result of a music-appreciation study of the recently-presented opera, "Faust," her following pupils have received special honorable mention for artistic and musical merit of scrap books on the opera: Joyce Bruckner. Marilyn Fishman, Connie Jackson, Esther Leibovitz, Irene Levitt, Jewel Muravchick, Renee Pearl and Carol Washer. Dr. Arturo Di Filippi, director of the opera, was the judge. Members of Junior Hadassah will hold a brunch at the National hotel March 10 to open their membership drive. Tickets may be obtained from Doris Albon, chairman of the affair. Save a life—give to the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estats Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5MI RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13OT N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people 8ANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices BBBsaLarge Beautiful QroundsssBSBBS 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 ZKWE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c 5-OALLON BOTTLE 70c Plus BottH Oepojn PHONE 2-4128 AEPhi Organizes Alums A permanent alumnae association was organized Saturday afternoon at a tea given by the University of Miami chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Miss Janice Gray was hostess. Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg, alumnae advisor, was introduced by Miss Mindel Warfield, dean of the local chapter. Mrs. Louis J. Krensky was appointed temporary chairman and will hold the first organizational meeting at her home. 4955 Delaware ave., on March 9. Other guests included Miss Clemence Levy, editor of the sorority's national mgazine, Mrs. Gene Lehman, Mrs. A. J. England, Mrs. A. Alvin, Mrs. Harold Stone and Mrs. Irwin Harris. been "truly phenomenal," he said. On the basis of the enormous relief and reconstruction needs in Europe and Palestine, the sum of $100,000,000 to be raised by the United Jewish Appeal this year will meet only the "irreducible minimum" of needs, Hon. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former Secretary of the Treasury, said. Mr. Morgenthau urged that the Palestine Inquiry Commission issue an interim report "recommending the immediate admittance into Palestine of 100,000 Jews, because "Palestine seems to me to be the only place that most of the homeless Jews want to go to." Kosher Meat for DP's EMBARRASSING HAIR BANISHED FOREVER from face, jfr arms and legs yW^ SAFELY • M PAINLESSLY W RAPIDLY I with Short Wave ElecV Ironic Method at a rate I of 400 to 800 hairs per hour. Endorsed by Medical profession. IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2997 LINCOLN ARCADE Jewish displaced persons in Germany are now eating Kosher meat slaughtered in an approved orthodox Jewish slaughterhouse for the first time since 1933, according to a report received by UNRRA's Washington headquarters. Through cooperation between the military government and UNRRA officials in Bavaria the first kosher butcher shop has been opened in Munch. HAROLD RAND, M.D. Announces His Return From Military Service And Resumption of Medical Practice 444 Ingraham Building Telephone 2-1940 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flar'.er St.. Miami Featuring the Finest In CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR Expert Fitting by AL WEISS Peter Pan Bootery 130 South Miami Ave. Children's, Growing Girls' anc Boys' Shoes INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES A. 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PAGE TWELVE FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1946 *"Jenlsli ftrr/M^r FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1946 PAGE THIRTEEN Hadassah to Hold Region Conference Tampa will bo hostess city to more than 100 delegates to the annual conference of the southeast region of Hadassah Sunday through Tuesday. Attending from Miami w,ill be Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Greater Miami chapter; Mrs. N. Douglas Raff and Mrs. Ida Goldberg, representing Senior Hadassah. From the local Business and Professional Women's division. Miss Frances Cooper, president, and Miss Dora Klein will attend, as will Junior Hadassah president. Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel. With the theme of "The Time is Now."' the conference will be a joint session of both senior and junior chapters. Amonc. the guest speakers will be Mis. Alexander Dushkin of Now York city. Plans for the conclave are I %  ing made by -Mis. I 1") Sha] Augusta. Ga., regional president; Mrs. David Cowen, Tami chi ter president: Mis. Jack Swi rdlin, Tampa conference chairman, and Mrs. Mack Perln nan Furthe juniors, Mi %  %  Abromowit/, Jumoi II. president, and Mi Rai I junior conf< rei in charge. Miamian Writes Novel About Czech Peasant "Katka," .i novel by Maria K. Sinak. ., Mia':,: resident, C / < %  < h os li ivakian Cindi i • Ua story. Prince Charming, in tinperson of David Vantal. an American of Czech parentage, meets the heroine, a peasant girl, when he comes to the village of Salan to learn about Czech life. Katka is driven by the ambition to finish writing a novel she has begun. She runs away from home after the death of her mother when life with her brothers and their selfish wives becomes unbearable. David marries Katka and takes her to America where she finds happiness in freedom ^nd the devotion of David and his family. But the 1929 depression overtakes ihe family and David compels Katka to take their twins back to Czechoslovakia. The family tcpuration in 1V\.< Key c in1 I tit U\e book wVicY\ thvrvuflvt 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL Campaign Workers They Are Giving Time and Money R espond Generously CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN—WM. D. SINGER CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR AND STAFF MORRIS KLASS. Directoi Jack Birnman Mrs. Nancy Block CAMPAIGN VICE-Chairmen Sair. Blank Harry A. Cornblum Mrs. Max Dobrin Samuel Friedland Benjamin Kane M. J. Kopelowitz J. Gerald Lewis Baron do Hirsch Meyer Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Max Orovitz Nat Roth Monte Selig Carl Weinklc Mitchell Wolfson TREASURER Jacob Sher ACCOUNTANTS Maurice S. Furman Chairman Harry Blumin Edward Friedman Louis Gilman Sidney Lefcourt Max B. Messer Sidney Wasserman Eugene Weiss AMUSEMENTS Jacob Sher APARTMENTS Harry IMagid. Chairman Mrs. R. R. Adler Michael For Seymour Frischman Ben Giller _. Morris Gold H. Lippman John Manlell P. Rosen Harry Saldinger Helen Saunders Monii Salgl 1.OT*II Wvlnbatg Eileen Cowen Margot Fine Mrs Norman Freeman Dorothy Kopelowitz Mrs. Benjamin LeVine Louis Margulies ALBERT OLIAN, Director, Beach OHice Reva Slotchiver Florence Miller Mrs. Fay Oliver Augusta Shapiro Helen Shapiro OUT-OF-TOWN FIRMS Harold B. Spael. Chairmar FOOD -(Retail* Get rqe Goldberg Co Chairman nanntirr Harry Saffer. Co Chairman PriUUUOL Murray 1. Ar'e Leonard Jacobus. Chairman FOOD (Wnolesale) Leon Green. Chairman FLYING SQUAD Murray Maurer. Co-Chairman S. B. Miller. Co Chairman FRUIT SHIPPERS Archie Brick. Chairman Emil Cohen L. B. Goodman Max Goodman E. Rubin Sam Simon Seymour Weiss FURNITURE George Wolpert. Chairmar HEALTH Dr. Bernard Sadowsky Chairman HOTELS Nat H. Hankoff, Chairmar Samuel G. Bast Jack Beber Harry A. Cornblum Irving Frankel Joseph Gardner Samuel Lachman Murray Maurer A. J. Plotkin Joseph M. Rose J. M. Seidenberg INITIAL GIFTS Joseph R. Stein. Chairmar INSURANCE I_o AcWorman. Chairman LAUNDRIE^CLEANING L....1%  >.......... I.-.. ...... PUBLICITY Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Chairman Helen Shapiro. Director Rabbi Leon Kronish Speakers Bureau Leonard Maurer. Photographer Mrs. Max Dobrin Mrs. Dorothy Kreigcr Fink Rita Grossman Mrs. Leon Kaplan Mrs. Harold B. Spact George Talianoff RATING Herbert E. Scher. Chairman Leonard Abcss Harry Blumin Edward Friedman Maurice G. Furman Louis Gilman Sidney Lefcourt George Schwartz David Stuzin Sidney Wasserman Eugene Weiss REAL ESTATE George J. Bert man Co-Chairman Israel S. Shapoff Co-Chairman Jack Beber Leo Eisenstein Jake Felt William Feuer M. L. Friedman RESTAURANTS Wm. Silvcrman. Chairman Sam Rutter. Co-Chairman Al Goldman STATIONERYPRINTING! Mrs. George M. Cohen Secretary Mrs. Maurice Alpert Mrs. David Bass Mrs. Sam Blank Mrs. Marvin Bronner Mrs. Anna Cohen Mrs. Sarah Czech Mrs. Frances Danels Mrs. Reba Epstein Mrs. Louis Glasser Mrs. Abraham Goodman Thelma Gould Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff Mrs. Lester Hart Mrs. Ada Joseph Mrs. Benjamin Kane Dr. Erna Klass Mrs. Moses Kreiger Mrs. Benjamin Landau Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton Mrs. Harry Markowitz Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Max Orovitz Mrs. Jules Pearlman Mrs. David Phillips Mrs. Harry Platoff Mrs. Ned Sail Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro Mrs. Jandon Schwarz Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff Mrs. Wm. D. Singer Mrs. Benjamin Sloie Mrs. Harold B. Spaet Mrs. Joseph R. Stein Mrs. Carl Weinkle Mrs. Sam Weissel Mrs. Minna Wolf Mrs. Nat Williams Mrs. Milton Wolf WOMEN'S WEAR— (Retail) Lazar Grossberg Chairman WOMEN'S WEAR— (Wholesale) Marlln Slmlili. Chairman CENEBAL SOLIC1TAMrs. Esther Brenner Samuel Dickson Wm. Edelslein Sol C. Finn Meyer Forer Bernard Gelberl Harry Gordon Wm. Groner Harvey Herman Hy Kaplan Ernest Kalz Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kaufman Morris Kaufman Lester Laskey Ed Klein Louis Lcibowitz Victor Levine Dr. Nathan Levin Al Lewis Leon Mass Harry Milando Morris Rohinsky Harry Rabe Frank Rose Mrs. F. Rosenkrantz Al Quadow Arthur Rubin D. Salomon Mrs. Sylvia Shandloff Joseph Segal Sam Shapiro Max Silver Paul Sobel Mrs. Hilda Shlosrock Harry Snider Max Stein Elry Stone Mr. & Mrs. H. Sootin Mr. & Mrs D. Surdin Ernest Sussman Martin VanZamft Louis Touby Milton Wasserman Jerome Weinkle Melvin Weinkle Charles Weinraub Mrs. R. Weisman Eugene Weiss WOMEN'S HOME SOLICITATION Mrs. Charles Burns Mrs. Harry Boyell Mrs. Louis Boyell Mrs. Reba Brown Mrs. Isadore Cohen Mr;. Rose Cootner Mrs. Harry Courshon Mrs. Frances Danels Mrs. Leonard Egert Mrs. Bess Fehow Mrs. Nat Davidoff Mrs. Sarah Fellow Mrs. Dan Cromer Mr. and Mrs. L. Fox Mrs. Sophie Frank Mrs. Mihon Friedman Mrs. Maurice G. Furman Mrs. Morris Garber Mrs. Samuel Getzug Mrs. B. Gilbert Mrs. J. Gladstone Mrs. Florence Gillman Mrs. Louis Gillman Mrs. Emanuel Gluck Mrs. Emil Gould Mrs. Albert Green Mrs. Henry Green Mrs. Leon Green Mrs. Ray Greenberg Mrs. William Groner Mrs. Max Halpern Mrs. Ida Hartz Mrs. Isadore Hecht Mrs. Leo Hohauser Mrs. Norman Jacobs Mrs. Arthur H. Kahn Mrs. Esther Kahn Mrs. Harvey Kahn Mrs. Emanuel Karger Mrs. Henry H. Kauffman Mrs. Harry Kotkin Mrs. Tina Kotkin Florence Cromer Mrs. Harry Kozakoff Mrs. Nathan Kramer Mrs. Max Kuppershein Mrs. M. Lavine Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt Mrs. Ida Levoll Mr.Nafh.nUl Lein ** % %  Vlclor I-.inTemple Israel Sends Six To Convention Of Liberal Judaism More than 1.000 delegates from all over tiic country arc expected to attend the 39th council of the Union of American Hebrew Conations in Cincinnati, Ohio, from Sunday through Wednesday, it >vas announced by Adolph Rosenberg, president of the U AHC. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg have been vacationing in Miami for tinpast few days. Representing Miami's Temple Israel will he Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum; Hairy Boyell, financial secretary; Monte Selig, Harold Spaet and Herbert U. Feibelman, board members. Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president of the sisterhood, \sill also attend. incurrently will be the Kith assembly of the National F< deration of Temple Sisterhoods and tli" lit), convention of the National Federation of Temple I Prii peakers at the final ill be: Rabbi Leo chief rabbi of Berlin, 1 years in ation camp with Rabbi Hillel Silver, president of Cen1 Conl Amei nd the Lets "f %  the A', my and General Luther Miller and Real Admiral William N Till %  : Widener Day Climaxes Hialeah Race Season Widener day, long considered one of America's most spectacular sporting events, will again bring Hialeah race courses season to a colorful climax this year, with a crowd of over 25,000 expected to witness the racing and pageantry. Enhancing the beauty of the infield will be a repeat performance of the exotic parade of the 500 Flamingos, and the gala costumes of Chief Willie Osceola and 100 of his Seminole Indian braves and squaws. Feature attraction of Widener day will be the Widener itself, a $50,000 added handicap for ttirce-yenr-olds and upward over route at m mile and vrnUrn will J*Mm B



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JAY, MARCin^!!! +Jel§ti ncrknan PAGE ELEVEN LEGAL NOTICES ," N WHOWff"ST Jrd Avenue. B !V' „.i intend to rettaUr Pus^s*nS cSc" c urt SILIA LEVIN fc<^K8esstS -turiKV for i • IJ/I-"1, -' ££. 18 HBREB* OIVRN that )TICr. is ,,, Mr i, 1K to eiurane In f^Sffithe flctKiOUJ name of LE Bh i •• oral aablm, Qju. Igjn ..Li. aald name with the ^jS'ci, !ult Court of Dade khSScKI. SEIDEBMAN hMA->< s „ le owner ll/l-S-H MTX IS HEREBY (JIVEN that tnrtfrVliciie.i. deslrlni to en*-ae In l n „,I, Hi. fictitious name of fe U AND rUDY JUVBNII.I5 M t i'TI S W. 22nd Street. To inteii'i to register wild name [theri."k nf the Circuit Court of I "BK -.-.oSENSTOCK OUS ZDBIiOW kLUM I, PALLOT. Itorney for Applicant* fit Conjrresa MUR. 1-15-22 3 1 f HF ,'iit'l IT cm-RT OP THE pHJUPIClAIi CIRCUIT IN AND RR inliK roUNTT. FLORIDA. ou c S5 T -iro! ORDER Of PUBLICATION kMAN BLA1 FOX, Plaintiff. INIB BLAUFOX, Mlnni BlaufoX, rare Of May ibbins, 48! East Market Street. Krfen. *~'hi.,Ii>irlng to engage In fness undi the fictitious name of TON SINDRIES, Intend to Jjter th, ,.,t name with the Clerk ij' If • •'• nt of Dade County. JAl K KAUFMAN liKBKRMAN :.' -partners dba Bon Sundries, 1096 S. W ERS, ,,;:(,^-. Miami. Florida H u ; r -'"'• v Pllcant* ITU ,,'!"' ; IT COURT OF THE TfiR '.,",'.' ,AI '"IRCl'IT IN AND %  ||A\' : | uy' UrfTT FLORIDA. DI.F ROSENKELB. % *A ROSENFELD. P,ain,1,f < LARA %  %  -r-NPKLD. 702 Avej;* M, Brooklyn, New York lone ir ,"•,' on J M W ngalnst you. piary.1 "' ,his 22 <1 day of E. I^M'ATHERMAN. lerk of Circuit Court. R-13.22 '''a'ntlffpiHpppSigSn hi SB ^WVKS (the ClSk n f t .i!?ft Ur 8ftld name • Coun!"Vl'rlda rCUlt CoUrt of M & B. HOLTSBERG. h*2 I/1-S-1S Sole Ownera. E3Sr„ 8 rt H 5 R JPJ?J VM that .,„. -.U lou name of fPLETR iSK8> Abollcant* KfVned"^"?! gW that B?S %  ' t HUM, \.KI i \\% %  ii D .•.,' I WINES BE 8URE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING Special Attention Given to Partie. and Banquets LIQUORS X We've Thought of Everything At THE DORCHESTER Collins AT* at 19th St Private Beach and Pool Privala Parking Spaca DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine Phonal: 58-1855. 5-9527 THE BROOK CLUB KITTY CARLISLE D'ANGELO & VANYA Jules Land* Orchestra Pedro and his Rumba Orchestra MANETTL Maitre d'Hotel Reservations Tal.phana ••8S6S VD(Mi*t| ColoMe Presents Nightly "IN PERSON" THE RITZ BROS. GRACIE BARRIE RESERVATIONS: 58-3177 DADC BLVD., COR. WCST AVt. 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. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y. and HOTEL WINDSOR, Lakewood. N. J. DINE IN COMFORi AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washi 7ton Ave. at 12til St.. Miami Brach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED %  | .VlI lit, M III IL< MM Hi III (III Ol II ll ll'IIO ll M.llllll. Ml'-i 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 IISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTYSUTH STRUT COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER RESERVATIONS WOMWRRr WMI The Only Ira\ RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4068—Open Daily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M. 224 W. Flagler St. PALLASilATHENA 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. Zapantes MOCAMBA 100 23rd St., Opp. Roney Plaia Now Entirely Air Conditioned —PRE8ENTS— Georgia Miguelito Price Valdes Kay Vanwi Coascy & Ayres TWO ORCHE6TSA8 M.xlmllllan Bee.r. Maehlto's Afro-Cubans Rocervatlen. Phon. Frank: 6-* PAPPY'S FINE FOODS r/ \SaArsi, ^ COLLINS AT 10TH MIAMI BEACH AIR CO NDITION ED • A.M.-3 A.M. Specializing In ... BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribe oi Beef When the Quiz Kids visited the White House recently, President Truman congratulated them on their victory over four Senators on a recent radio show. "That was particularly interesting to me," the President is reported to have said, "because I don't seem to win anything in the Senate." „ Dr. Isador Lubin, former aide to the late President Roosevelt and ex-director of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, has been made president of the Hollywood organization known as "Confidential Reports," • "*> checking service which checks the runs of percentage pictures. REVLII. HOTEL Collins Avenus at 13th St MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Ds Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M. Dietary Law. Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668 IBS SMI MM*. Hilif Ml IIIIIII Mil M MlMl MS* •.Ml HMTIUH tl NAROLI -mi" MiWIll rhe Wnsff /nftrnafJono/ Cuisine in flit World TABIK D'HOTK and A LA (AHTI Imperitd C/iampoynsi tad rare Wit— W old Wsraoe — cAoice Liqutun Music by CHARLIE BVBECK fl fllorocco RESTAURANT^BAR Collins Ave. er 33rd St. Miami leech MOTH tVIUAl n • i *' • -,i I I %  1 >J 1 > 1 1 1 1. / ll' Ml,



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gjf MARCH 1.W41 +Jewish thrklten PAGE SEVEN f th David Women )ffer Rare Items {i Purim Affair J ., et Items wil1 be of Byd-tojg |t Uu Beth David r''' d I0th Annual Purim ftrSfVm Monday, at the a "' „,i| 420 S.W. 8th ave. A na dian Club, a bottle boxes „f tropical loose door and waltz conbaritone, and given st prizes. I Marx I' i: ,, Great, nund read%  Jwi |, headline Dancing will be to Mickey Cherub and torch. %  Refreshments assof,;. ( i with the festival of Punm in: be | M ,< Han Markowitz, genIchaiiman, will be assisted by JoS( Bei mann .ticket [airman: II Stanley C. MyL progran chairman Mrs. Har1 ,g; Mrs. Edward bfcr. Mrs Ceil Segall and Mrs. ;m s i tin, refreshments. t H : ust and Mrs. Sam f ', .... ; by members of | c "Y-].\, n charge of servHarry Simons, congregation Resident, i the board of diwill tx hosts. |Mrs. J 'St, president of L gisti aiding in the Irangermnts for the dance. J.D.C., Central Committee Leaders Inspect Aid Facilities for Polish Jews Dr. Joseph J. Schwaetz, Chairman of the European Executive Council of the Joint Distribution Committee, shown with Dr. Solomon Hirschenhorn, Vice-President of the Polish Central Jewish Committee, and other Polish Jewish leaders, including several Ose workers, on an inspection tour of relief and rehabilitation facilities for distressed Jews in newlyacquired Polish territories in Silesia. Dr. Schwartz., third from left in front row, was the first representative of any American Jewish welfare agency to reach Poland after V-E Day. Dr. Hirschenhorn is shown seated at left. Jonas TurkofT, an official of the Central Committee, is standing at the left. David Cuzik, J.D.C representative in Poland and a hero of the Warsaw ghetto, it standing third from left. lonists To Entertain fouth Field Worker |MGra i Buchstane, of West rtford, Conn, will be the guest Miami Zionist groups arch 5, ,: and 7. A graduate of |t. Holyoke college. Miss Buch|ni' is worker for the i: nisi Youth commist>n and ber of the Hartrd unit %  : Junior Hadassah. Hi • the Miami Zionist stint will be hosts to Miss bchstane al a luncheon meeting Jesday afl in, Tuesday evei ill .it tend a board feting o( Junior Hadassah at nl Miss Natalie Fran|1. pn : the group. |Mi.-.B n tane will speak at eon of the Miri: 1'.' t district at the rand ii staurant Wednesday, pdm i .ening, she will be Kuesl Creator Miami 1 commission at the I Goodman, 6780 irdinj; Tin Greater Miami chapter of k will entertain Miss I tursday afternoon, peak to the Junior f" bi ship Thursday pning Beach Y. 1 increased Zionist u; • in America to pro; i HI survivors in ['"' • be emphasized by F l; %  in her talks. Beach Lodge To Hear Jefferson Review Celebrate Founding l 1 I Hadassah will 1 t< %  • by the Miami group 1 March 18. Plans |ie meeting, which will in%  "'' "" ance of Purim, I a board meeting d y at the Town Y where ,"''' e vent will also be A review of Claude Bowers' "Young Jefferson" will be given by Edward Clarke at the regular meeting of the Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'ruth. 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y, George Bertman, president, announces. Clarke has been affiliated with the University of Miami for the past 11 years, during which he has become prominent as a book reviewer in the South Florida area. A business meeting and social hour will follow Clarke's address. Reports will be heard from the ADL committee, headed by Emanuel Goldstrich, and the veterans' service committee of which Godfrey Newman is the chairman. Guests of members have been invited to attend the meeting. CAMP VICTIM AIDED JERUSALEM. — Pessia Shereshewsky, one of the few survivors of the dreaded Hitler death center at Auschwitz, is a recent arrival in Palestine. Prior to the Nazi sweep over Europe, she was headmistress of the Beth Yaaqov school in Brest Litovsk. Among the tortures inflicted upon her by the Nazis was the forcible extraction of all her teeth. Pessia, 28. will receive medical care from the Jewish Agency, supported by American Jewry through the United Palestine Appeal, which derives its funds from the current nationwide $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. When fully recovered, she will receive industrial or agricultural training and will eventually be integrated into the life of the Yishuv. Support our local Jewish agencies — give to the Combined Jewish Appeal. GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE Presents DELAKOVA and BERK CONCERT DANCERS Customs of Different Peoples In Dance Stories SUNDAY. MARCH 3. 1946 — 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 1420 Drexel Avenue ADMISSION $1.20 (tax incl.) r cke,s available at: Y M & WHA of Miami Beach. One Lincoln Road YM & YWHA of Miami 1567 S. W. Sth Street Bu ">au of J.wiih Education. Congress Building AUGUST BROS Ry L la r 1... 1( IT' \ la thv DUST Harry's Barber Shop Modern and Sanitary 1790 S. W. 8th Street First Class Work Three Barbers on Duty GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will iave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8W. 22nd Avenua 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'* Only Seltzer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER Delivered to Your Door We Cater to All Parties Good Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excellent flavor. Highly carbonated. 10c Per Bottle BURAK BOTTLING CO. 532 N. W. 4th Ave. Ph. 3-1536 NRS Prepares Welcome NEW YORK. —Plans for a warm welcome to displaced Jewish survivors admitted to the United States under President Truman's directive facilitating immigration of refugees from devastated Europe were under way here this week by the National Refugee Service, one of the constituent agencies of the United Jewish Appeal. Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain, chairman of the NRS board of directors, disclosed that every effort will be made to bring about the widest geographic distribution of the newcomers coupled with a program of social, educational and vocational assistance to prevent their becoming public financial burdens. To carry out this broad Americanization program, the NRS will require increased support through the current nationwide $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. JDC Buys Army Surplus NEW Y O R K.—Purchase of Army surplus clothing and other supplies for distribution among the distressed Jewish survivors of Italy and Austria was announced here this week by the Joint Distribution Committee. The supplies, purchased by the JDC with funds raised through the United Jewish Appeal $100,000,000 campaign, are valued at $269,983 and were secured from the Army warehouses in Italy. Approximately $50,000 worth of these supplies will be distributed in Italy, with the rest going to Austria, it was said. ADL Executives Meet Members of the Anti-Defamation league executive committee will meet at 3:45 p.m. today in the ADL office in the Seybold building. Sidney Meyer, acting chairman, has called the meeting. GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DOG TRACK FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. 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%  %  Trip to Havana Follows Zuckerman Wedding attended schools A honeymoon to Havana will Hadassah. She f !" ^ ., follow the wedding of Miss Lynne ^SSSS'^i Adler and Albert Zuckerman, Mr. Zuckerman, whose parents scheduled for 11 a.m. this mornM r. and Mrs Bi njamin ZuckTemple Sisterhood Plans Purim Dance Its only %  I inc. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will erman of Broi.. officiate. cently discharged as Miss Adler, the daughter of afte. serving fo. two ai Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adler, 1351 year, to the Pacific. He attended CoUins ave,. is first vice presiCity Coll. e of N i den. of the Business and ProOn.their retu fessional Women's division of couple will Uvi I : ;:-*:; was reM...J.G William Alper Marries Philadelphia Student Just returned from the graduation and wedding of their son. William, to Miss Ann Rachlin, ol Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alper, 1509 Pennsylvania ave., will hold open house from 4 to ti Sunday afternoon. At thai time they will introduce their friends to the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rachlin, who are visiting here. The Blue Room of the Warwick hotel in Philadelphia was tinscene of the wedding Feb. 14. The couple is making their home in Philadelphia where Mrs. Alper will be graduated from Temple university in June. Mr. Alper was graduated from Miami Beach High school, attended the University of Florida for three years and has just received his law degr.ee from Temple university. INFORMAL CEREMONY UNITES DASHINGERS -An informal wed i Beach Jev O nte day afternoon uniti I M ette Greei and Mrs. Philip Greenb ave., i Dashinger, son ol H R th Thi [ by Miss Betty S sial I %  man. and Emily ; :. in, I Thi biide attei :.. Mr. %  couple -.sill honeymoon in Cul and New York. Out-of-town g wed• %  ts and the bride's brotherin-law and Co I I '! % %  A A : • W Hantmai I S V. • %  %  I! s !-' ackman, Akx \ B S| % %  A| %  Soldiers Plan Village %  %  A : Tl 1 111 A. D. SI FOOD SENT TO BEI.SEN BEACH COUPLE PLAN WEDDING IN SPRING An early spring wedding is be; rived I ing planned by Miss Dulcc BELSEN food Joint Dist Nazi com • Ti;e K.. en Ha\ [ Krichevsky and Maurice Cohen shipment, w< whose engagement was announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krichevsky. 700 14th st. Miss Krichevsky was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Cohen, sun of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Chen. 440 W. Di Lido dr.. is associated with the United Merchants' and Manufacturers' laboratories as a textile engineer. He attended Georgia Military academy and the University of Miami and was graduate from the University of North Carolina. ly 150 I among displaced camp in the Britisl Clothing Supplii ; Stockholm by the JDC vith derived I: camp. %  i • United Jewish AI -1 'i COUPON enjoy your "The Drama at Pali 5tii nd en%  { towards its cost and for your other good work. Name Listen to Burdine's radio program, 'Tasnion Time," over WIOD each weekday morning. 8:30 to 8:45. Tussy Cleansing Creams I plus tax Regular S1.75 Size For a limited time only Tussy Emulsified Cleansing Cream and Tussy Pink Cleansing .-. I] be sold at a very special saving. Both ty: %  re 1 eneficial I l •: %  • aked skins. Size regularly '£1.95 Address Write to Miami Beach Zionist District, care of Radio Slatio.i Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIFn ^____ MEMORIAL PARKS ^ mtihD SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Er" %  '" For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 Sergeant to Wed Miss Rose Rubin ,„,,,,„,,„.„, „f Miss Rose to Sgt. Malcolm O. Rosenannounced recently by ts. Ml and Mrs. Harry Columbus, Ohio. Sgt. is the son of Mrs. enthal, 717 Jefferson md is here on furlough be. it Bragg, N. C. ; nded Ohio State member of Girls. Sgt. Rosen• has been In the Army for anc | i S now serving in li i -i fantry. I, is been set for the STARK-HARRSN" rived in Miami Sunl, and are stay,, ;1 w ,, n ? y Mrs. Row Stark, iv^married in \, ."' cou P>el Mrs. Stark is tto **] Estelle Harr,.sonVaf York. N. J.. whereVS school. Mr. Stark was discharged from the AJ" four and a half yJJ^ a coast artillery minrkSL outfit. He ;.tt. ,Kl,-d CitinP of New York ^ New J Have 5.700.000 diedbl ShXpeaV 9460 ^ CAMP SKyuS FOR GIRLS M HENDERSONVILLE.I,,.] Enrollments Now B*L Accepted Call Miss Dubler! Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phoae 4-3710 Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees FANCY GIFT BOXES MARMALADES W Y0R FLORIDA Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3 Aiilinen | • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS • STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY MEAI&j Unscheduled flights for your added convenience. 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Cerrn lie\wiisltUEIliOipidliiaun THE JEWISH UNITYl MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS deration Drive Reaches $516,893 1 I rorists Attack RAF Fields Jews Stage stration for alestine Inquiry Group Won't Issue Interim Report IP L (JTAi-T; % % %  %  huniocludini nativi born r and displac. % %  persons, through th( streets of ]this week demanding ngof Palestine to JewIgratum. T! i demonjjrst mi %  "' %  ''' tne hstol and S : i r, where [of the An %  rican of Inquiry on Palcsuartcred. |ma, testimony on the of the Jews in Hungary ma was i n the cornVictor Schwartz, rep| the Hungarian Jewish nmittec, and by Dr. Er(ton. Comn i ioner for iffairs in Rumania and | of the Rumanian delethe Internationa] Red he comn Iso quesfce Jewish 'infiltrees" unia and Hungary, |ng the position of the Jews, in Hungary, |told the committee that of thi proceed he inune lial ; another IK wait for certificates and for By othei coun|remainiin; one-fifth of populiit i< >n would refungaiy. but also tempooonei 01 later virtually brian J< v.s ..ill go to l he said. •ton empl asized that it |tely necessary for all eave Eastern and Cen|pe. He r< ported that tism is vi i j strong in land that half of the Hs living thi re are de^n relief from the Joint llNUED or, PAGE 5) VIENNA (JTA)—Contrary to expectations, the Anglo-American Committe* of Inquiry on Palestine will not issue an interim report on the situation of the Jews in Europe, it was officially announced by the group's secretaries, Harold Bealy and Leslie Rood. The official schedule of the inquiry group at the moment provides for three days of hearings in Cairo, opening on March 5, followed by three weeks in Palestine, devoted to hearings and travel about the country. Rood and Bealey revealed that the Allied control commissions in Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria had been asked for permission for the committee to enter those countries, but it had been refused. Questioned concerning a statement by several of the Jews who demonstrated here on Sunday, thai the committee had not spoken to the "man in the street" Bealey replied that "the committee is satisfied that they have talked with representative Jews of Vienna. We have been able to talk with everyone who made a request to be heard." he added. Resistance Mounts Amons Colonists PWs Replace ^ish Workers MEM (JTASix hunfish worki:, employed military construction Ijn southern Palestine W been laid off from I to make way for Gerners of war whom the phorities are importing service here, it was Jts week. [Papers throughout Palthat the British de[usci German prisoners .labor might lead to Sl n. The presence of would encourage conC| al hatred and be a [ step directed against community, the paFederation Urges VAAD Unity Unification of the two local kashruth bodies was urged Friday by the executive committee of Federation which felt that there should be only one Vaad Hakash forthe entire corojnunity. The committee resolved that "if by April 1, the two existing Vuads cannot combine, Federation will recognize the Vaad which represents the majority of Jewish congregations of the community as a participating agency of Federation." Commenting upon the action, Morris Klass, Federation's executive director, said, "Every effort to bring tHe two existing groups together has been made by Federation communities during the past two years. I am hopeful that they will get together by April and settle this communal problem for the best interests of the orthodox corncity in particular and the general community as a whole." The kashruth question was recently the subject of an editorial in the Jewish Floridian. K protest against the f n of the Nazis was Jlistadruth delegation Won th e Chief Secre!" <*tinc Administrate to London, seek*ss,on of the British Lt IT o '' ^deration Cn„ S? U Je wWi propan n ,L hc Ar ^ laborers JERUSALEM (JTA) — Jewish terrorists struck simultaneously this week at three Royal Air Force installations in Palestine, destroying 14 planes and severely damaging eight others. Although the total casualty figures are not yet available, one of the attackers is known to have been killed. The attacks occurred shortly before midnight Monday at the Lydda airdrome, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem; at a plane dispersal area near Petach Tikvah, and at an air field at Quastina. In all three attacks, troops spotted the terrorists and opened fire, but a withering cross-fire prevented them from approaching the planes which were the terrorists' targets. A rigid curfew was immediately clamped down on Petach Tikvah and Rehovoth, where Dr. Chaim Weizmann is resting, and house to house searches were made in the neighboring settlements. Haifa was cut off from the rest of the country as a re suit of its phone service being suspended. A serious incident threatened to develop at Givat Hashlosha, where settlers are refusing to admit troops searching for persons allegedly involved in the attacks. Troops surrounded the village Tuesday morning, but were refused admittance. They encamped nearby until 11 a.m. when they broke through the settlement gates. They were stopped by the colonists, who formed a human chain. After an hour of fruitless parleying, the troops again withdrew. Many arrests were reported from various sections of the country, but no details were released by the authorities, aside from a brief communique reporting the attacks on the air fields. Campaign for $783,100 Ends Wednesday With Rally With $516,893 already pledged, workers of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal are concentrating on reaching the S783.10O goal before the final Victory Rally Wednesday evening at Temple Israel. The more than a half million dollars in pledges was announced at the second report meeting Wednesday, which honored presidents of 24 local Jewish organizations. Half of the goal had been reached by the first report luncheon Monday. The campaign will wind up with report luncheons today and Monday at Lilley's restaurant and the rally Wednesday evening. Miss Edith Hollander, Miami girl who recently returned ?from a 19 months' tour of duty in the European theatre as a member of the WAC, will be guest speaker at the lunch today, which will be dedicated to local agencies and will honor directors and presidents of the agencies. The campaign's hotel division, which has raised 75 per cent of its $250,000 quota, reaching ten times the amount collected in last year's drive, will be honored at the report meeting Monday. The rally Wednesday night will be Truman Endorses UJA Drive Aim WASHINGTON.—Meeting with a delegation of more than 25 American Jewish leaders, President Truman declared at the White House Monday that the dictates of justice require not j dedicated to captains and workl only the punishment of those ers. the FRANKFURT (JTA)—The im mediate issuance of an interim report and the recommendation that the Jewish DP's be evacuated from camps in Germany and Austria directly to Palestine was urged upon the Anglo-American Inquiry committee by Judge Simon H. Rifkind. adviser on Jewish affairs to the U. S. forces in Europe, he revealed following his return from Vienna, where y will be working, he testified before the committee. 100 U. S. Vets to Study In Palestine Colleges NEW YORK (JTA)—Problems dealing with Palestine and with the sending of chalutzim from the United States to Palestine were discussed here at the 11th annual convention of Masada, the Young Zionist Organization of America, which concluded here last night. Natanel Cohen, executive director of the organization, warned that if the Anglo-American Inquiry committee decides against the establishment of a Jewish state, the Masada would throw picket lines around every British consulate in the country, and would stage demonstrations in every state capital. It was announced at the conference that about 100 discharged American servicemen were preparing to go to Palestine to study at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem and the Haifa Technical school. Both institutions are accredited by the Veterans Administration, and the veterans will attend the colleges under the auspices of the G.I. Bill of Rights. responsible tor the destruction of 5,700,000 Jews in Europe, but the rehabilitation of the 1,400,00 Jewish survivors "whom the ordeal has left homeless, hungry, sick and without assistance." In endorsing the aims of the $100,000,000 nationwide United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs, and Palestine, the President emphasized that the Jews of Europe who escaped extermination were also "victims of the crime for which retribution will be visited upon the guilty." Sylvan Gotschal, president of the UJA of Greater New York, and William Rosenwald, a national chairman of the UJA, were spokesmen for the Jewish delegation and outlined the needs for relief, reconstruction and resettlement for survivors of Nazi brutality. Also present were Herbert H. Lehman and Henry Morgenthau, jr. House Hears Bill To Halve Immigration WASHINGTON (JTA)—The House Immigration committee has opened hearings on a bill to halve all immigration quotas for the next 10 years, and to deny admission to the United States to Nazis, fascists or "any other persons classified as a war criminal by the Allied War Crimes commission." The bill was introduced by Rep. Edward Gosset of Texas. Jeremiah J. Towmey, testifying on behalf of the American Legion, endorsed the bill. However, he added that he did not believe immigration should be so sharply cut as to exclude deserving orphan children from abroad. John C. Williamson, representing the Veterans of Foreign Wars, also supported the bill. If* First group to surpass its quota was the metal and waste division which reported pledges of $5,375, or 110 per cent of its goal. The educational, social and welfare agencies division, has 105 per cent of its goal, totalling $2,650. The women's special gifts division, new this year, has reached a total of $30,000 towards its $40,000 quota. These nine divisions reported the highest pledges at the meeting Wednesday: Hotels. $154,655; liquor, $59,960; food (wholesale), $39,125; real estate, $36,409; women's special gifts, $30,496; (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Sholem Lodge Cites Veteran Members World War II veterans who are members of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be honored by the membership of the lodge in a formal ceremony to be held at the Miami Elks club March 12, according to E. Albert Pallot, president. Approximately 125 men will receive individual citation plaques with their names engraved on them. A play depicting the contribution of Jews in American wars will be staged. Members of the lodge will enact the roles of Jewish war veterans from Judah P. Benjamin and Haim Solomon to Meyer Levin. Nat Roth, veterans' service committee chairman, is in charge of the program in which the following will participate: Milton R. Klein. Sidney L. Lewis, Elry Stone, Martin Weiss, Edward L. Lustgarten, Eugene E. Eichenba.im, Samuel H. Taran, David Moldoff, Gilbert Balkin, R. Louis Seitlin and Henry Berg. Although war veteran members of Sholem lodge are being contacted individually, the veterans' service committee urges all newly arrivals to communicate with the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Seybold bldg., telephone 3-6306. The families of eterans have been invited to attend the ceremonies.



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• FRIDAY, MARCH Buchenwald Survivors Yearn For Palestine, Chaplain Says "All Europe is fighting for children," said Chaplain Herschel Schacter during his visit to Miami in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. There are so • A ghetto within a ghetto," as he termed it. He paid tribute to the kindness and courageous self-sacrifice oi certain of the non-Jewish inmates, the Dutch and Cz Jewisn appeal. """ — — i "•. „-„ &f •( frightening* tew children left L there that every country on the % % %  — Jewish European continent is using every \ % %  • %  esP ecial1 means at its command to bring prisoners. ho ^ back those spared by tl N those who. by some miracle surtheir > vived the cold, starvat.on. and Ten unspeakable abu obviously, whereare. utarc pop..%  lations to come from. ""'"' their Chaplain Schacter. who was proved SO with the first division of the plight is as t Eighth Corps Headquarters to main: enter Germany, described conpossible ditions in Buchenwald when I division reached the notorious himseli concentration camp. The ca: was liberated on April 11 and on wald. wi( r the very next morning he W permitted to visit it. About 21,I 000 of the prisoners were left th Jews a 1 alive, of whom there were about and bi 4,500 Jews. Among these nearly 1.000 children, soi voung as two to three years of i N ... age. some who were born in the He midst of appalling n '. wretchedness. aleS The following evening. Friday, tine. April 13. a service of libel "This is not the result ot was held. "It w I propaganda nor of of immortal rank. laplain program,' he explained. "These people are simply resolved that having seen their dear ones tortured and slaughtered as Jews, that having themselves suifered the anguish of the damned as Jews, they will live and work and die as Jews in a Jewish land. They have no interest in the political or ideological aspect of the matter. For them, this is no academic question to be discussed in forums cr around debating tables, the tragic condition: found j "I heard I talkamong the inmates. Hi about it. Oi wants that the Jews wen An* • ause he had closed, that while there was an an undo there who. he was cerelectrically charged fence ai the entire camp, the Je\ •'%  prisoners space again sui anto Palestini don't other electrically charged barriany relativi the first lad. *oull be aU done Sere." The second boy looked a his friend in amazement, AH in Palestine? How can you alone in Paiesime fin „nno that? Why, we have 600.0M ir brothers and sisters tiiere %  m other words, these people will nsider going from one Ga Iuth to another Galuth. They wandering. The chaplain also described his task of taking several nd. where they are fx • %  "ain ng ... day when can be allowed to entei i aiasked what h th( jews I \ 'erica, ]Chapl • S hactei n d two till it hurts to bring the them alive. Give now. will he "L, t us Ami lse :,li p ( v.. : .. : %  • • nee, %  II • : ieve tho ultimate tion for the fronting tl %  • tilential at n to Palestint luestion is unimportant. • %  %  %  k %  ich abstra I %  n that ean J< % %  • %  inti %  they yearn • : Palest :. %  Schacter. "to describe the scene. I set up my paraph,: portable altar, the Tor..: candlesticks. Two th the Jewish in: one who could stag) to the room, attended. Only those who were too w, did not come. The wi cries of joyous gratil me so that I could duct the service." Chaplain Schacter work in attempt::. Aaron Bernard Rosenthal was ^ in the U. S. Navi I K emon% %  of :v. Atlanta, fi t I ROTC graduates last Friday. The son of Mrs J, anette Stolfa. 1937 S W. Seventh st, R vu on : %  '.ice with the Navy foi 2 i ::" ; .prii I a cadi t. H" will report to '. Naval Training 51 • :., Ni wport, R.I., for duty. Appointment of committees for the ci wen madc by Car l Weinkle. president of the Y... t a board jneettag.last Weinkle was electedI cnairtth. board and Leo Hubw,,,, named secretary. The board will hold a special ,, t he near future to plans foi Its building fund ign. Among committee .ppointed were George Bertman and Harry S.rkm, who will head the building site com""others named by Weinkle were A Kivkind and Mrs. Nat dull activities; Mrs. W< inkle and Dr. S. G. Sch. youth activities: Paul VI • :. interpretations and %  Max Meisel. library; v M ses Krieger, membership. n of the membership will be appointed soon. Chaikin and Mrs. Eliot V. .. fu Id wen named chair• social committee; S. ,. athletic; Leo Hubcr. ,,. n d Dr. William Bernstein, cultural and i lucational; Milton Buck, finance; Frankel and Mrs. Carl nd, house and grounds: and Harry Zuker%  ition; David Iscn, It was announced that the ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Took Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of scute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, dr^o and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy. Hydrotherapy and Electric.Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—9 10*2 Open lo Members of Dade County Medical Assn. URGENT NEED Jewish veterans at the University of Miami are in dire need of housing. If you have any available rooms, please contact the Hillel House, phone 48-2431. ATHLETIC DlRECToT ENGAGED BY £* J Herman Polansky, grad Louisian Tech with a oW I health eduction, has fr^*] accord^ and activities d lnrtor to Jack Marash, executive 2 tor. Polansky was in the Ar mv ^ cial services division for ,2* and a half years. When the A2 Ining center was deact^ %  "vatei i ls voted tfej tra at the Beach, he best special seivices""dirXl the post and assigned to the isZ J distribution station. He also t&! ed the post newspaper. John T. Ruffing. fiekU cret J of the Girl Scouts, was pjj at an organizational meeting a new troup at the Beach H Wednesday. Girls and th*l mothers met to plan activities*! the troup. Beach Y has now taken oversenj.1 icemen's activities formerly (I rectcd by the Aimy-Navy con>l mittee there. Mrs. Milton SirkJ is in charge. Quality 9ooi Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by th* FLORIDA PROVISION CO, IK 1725 N. 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' Red Cross Launches $407,000 Dade Drive The greatesTpeacctime fund campaign the American Red Cross ever held in Dade count opens today. Upwards of 4£00 volunteer solicitors Will begin their canvass of every horn. office in Greater Mismi throughout the county for S4U7.000, the largest peacetime quota ever set by the local organization. .11 Of this amount, (5 percent will be retained by the local Ch for operations in Dado county. Twentv-iV. at will be turned over to the national organization for nation-wide operations and Red Cross services overseas. Tl e month of Mai been designated Red Cross President Truman, who. in his proclamation, i est support campi S null ; isly, H. H campaign chairman I countv. pointed to thi continuing Red Cross able-bodied troops abroad and in this country, to those in tals, and to veterans, as well as | to families and dependents ol all who have worn the unil Assisting Hyman in the campaign are J. Newton Lummus. Jr., cochairman. and Mrs. S. A kany, chairman of the women's division. Red Cross budge'. pared to a minimum consistent with adequate service, H; pointed out. Expenditures for | 1946 actually will excet I the campaign goal, tl being made up fr pre-1 viously collected in 1 war would continue inl Congress Women to Entertain Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wise Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise will be honored at a luncheon to be given by the Women's division, American Jewish Congress, Sunday. March 10. at the B, comb< : Thi affair is an annual event Dr. Wise is president ol the American Jewish C i 0 f the World Jewish Mrs. W;se hi Women's division of the AJ( While here. Dr. and Mrs. Wise are slaying with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, 1400 Lenox ave. Dr. Wise will be gues. speaker al the Miami Beach Jewish Center services lomghi. Th executiv. b f d tors of 1 W [ entertaii Mrs. u >c ncheon Th and Mrs. r in chi „ .. For the luncheon Mi musical pn isinch • ents.Hei .,,,., Mrs. Charles c t „„ a Grossman and Miss Clara GoldHollywood Io btage Futurity March 15th M M Art %  %  i HollyMrs. M. A, E W Ife, Mrs. | Wm. J. DR. STEPHEN S. WI3E M I I the Ri I %  ,y House Council Holds 2nd Basketball Dance Gordon Named Editor Harry Gordon v. tor of the Town V meeting of the I last week. The announcement 1 was made by Harry Sch public relations committee chairman. The bulletin is to be published r., xt week. The Y is also planning to begin a mixed sports group on Sunday, March 10. Men and women will meet for basketball, volleyball and calisthenics each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. under the direction of Mike Rand, athletic director. Syms. managing director of the Hollywood Kennel club. Th. • I ".ill be the richest futui L and the field will be Si :. 'in 31 0U( ing pup, whelped on or aft. t psilon P; .. c ,, the P l 'Ps Hollywood racsecond social a:;. I ol the futunty is sure to be 8 I atl. ction. thi '< H m ... Following thi • e, a dance, with themusic of Sherwood La-'; "English Politics at Homt and vine's orchestra, will be held in in the East" will be discussed by Visit to Nazi Camp Pictured By Miamiin The story of Dachau was brought back to Miami by Leonard Maurer, official photographer f the 1946 Combined Jewish .,. Seven of his graphic pictures, of the Dachau dead have been reproduced and placed in h( k ita of campaign workers as an impetus for making the drive ess. • Maurer took the pictures about week after Dachau was taken by the Allies. The Seventh Army Signal Corps outfit, to which he was attached, was the first unit of permanent troops to go in after the infantry captured the camp. • I didn't see anyone moving or ,live except some German guards who were still at the concentration camp." he says. He and his buddies jumped over a fence to get in. Maurer took pictures "illegally" with a small German camera that he had found and made sets of pictures for a number of his ofM unds of bodies and bones outside the buildings when t there. He believes that the Germans had brought the dead out to bury them, but were unable to do so before the Americans arrived. U. S. soldiers forced the Germans to bury the remains the day after Maurer made his unofficial visit. "The worst thing about Dachau •:ie smell," Maurer reports. He didn't go into the wooden shacks where prisoners had been 1 because the buildings were "too rotten to enter." Maurer served as a photographer in the Army for three years, two years of which he spent in the European theatre. He was a corporal when he received his discharge. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Maurer, 3026 Prairie ave., he volunteered his services to the 1946 CJA campaign. He has eni ,.t Georgia Tech to study chemical engineering. lhs regularly schedule ^1 gslioj, m..ti„ g of ^^1 will be Postponed from w ^ • o March 13. ^M Harry Simons, presid*^ %  National JWB To Meet The first annual National Jewish Welfare board meeting to be held in five years will take place in Washington, D.C., early in May. The conferences were postponed during the war. Theme of the meeting will be ::Reconversion from War to Peace and the Role of the Jewish Center." MEMORIAL CHAPEL -7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami beach THOS. M. BURNS, JR. lunijl Director ABE EISENBEHG. Treasurer In New York: 76th Si. and Amsterdam Ave. IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get Liberal Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details Dig in your pockets now. 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PAGE FOUR pJmlslJtojgM^. -.== MJOC Women Hold Benefit Purim Event A pre-Purim celebration will be presented by the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday evening at the Moose ha'.l. 420 S. W. Eighth avc. Entire proceeds will be devoted to the expansion of the Schaarci Zedek Talmud Torah, the MJOC religious school. Acts from leading Miami night clubs have offered their services and will take part in a "Starspangled" review. Sid H. Palmer, chairman of the entertainment committee, will he master of ceremonies for the evening. An orchestra will provide music for dancing. Mrs. E. Karger, president of the Sisterhood, is chairman of the affair. In charge of n ments are Mrs. A. Sand and Mrs. M. Kupferstcin. A. M. Bear, president of the congregation, and Rabbi Murray Grauer will be among tlu at the dunce. Tickets, priced at SI 20. including tax, may be purchased at the door. Yeshiva Officer Dies Jacob Rutstein, vice president of the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin of Brooklyn, N.Y.. died at Miami Beach early Wednesday morning at the age of 68. Mr. Rutstein was chairman -1 the Yeshiva's building funds and was vacationing lure with his wife at the lime of his death Services were held at Beth Jacob Wednesday evening with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Louis O. Feder of: ing. They m sisted bj R Eliazer L. Silver, ol Cir innati Rabbi Ephraim Epstein, Ol cago; Rabbi Irving Lehrman The body •" ; Brooklyn Wedneslay n'ght by Riverside. Furo il sei /ices will be held at 1 v ing, followed by burial. Memorial services were obSC rved this week on the occasion ST anniversary of the death of or. Joseph Allen Tucker who died Feb. 26, 1M5. Dr Tucker and his Wife cam< ta Miami about five years ago trom Canton. Ohio, where he had Practi ed mi licine for 22 years. Locallj '.'•' m "' bor of Jewish organizi ns, m duding B'nai Brith and Fedoration. Heroes Reenact Roles on fc Walter C. Kovntr. formei technical *s practic i •• ~'-; iiK : 1 teol .mellun ty, K vnei has opened hi Lincoln • I, He lives with his %  ''""? Bruce Bl I960 N. and is first vice Miami Beach *. WN&V/ V CJA Reaches $516,893; Drive Ends Wednesday (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) attorneys. S27.320; amusement.-. S20.505: finance. $19,455; dry goods, 316,900. Campaign events this week included the kickoff breakfast Sunday morning at which 400 workers heard Milton Susman. Pittsburgh attorney and editor, who recently returned from ovei where in visited Nazi cone l tion camps, and Dr. Manfred Arie, Viennese jurist, who described conditions leading up to his exile from the Reich. Susman also spoke at the kickoff rally Sunday evening. In the afternoon, Di. E. M, Bluestonc, directoi of the M fiore hospital York, was guest speaker at a : party for members of the medical division. Dr. Blueston* sketched the development ol attitude towards hospitals stressing the modern concept of emphasizing social reh tatioi of the patient rather than mere cure. He included an appeal for the campaign, saying that the physical and psychological health of America cannot be secured unless the misery of Europi is relieved. Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa. spoke at the report luncheon Wednesday. That evening Miami youth heard Miss Hollander describe her personal expi in visiting child retraining ters in Paris where child: en from concentration camps were brought preparatory to being sent to Palestine. Chaplain Leo Getgcr also made an appeal. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHBEBN1CK. Hepweentati !" Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feldm n Mt. Clenv preparatory 1 ming Ca| I M inci Kl nb |. "flying chaplain' tr; nsporl %  %  11 night, his : will ret arrani m the n< %  l I Rev. W. C. D; Mrs : host. i : foi Hillel i d party given by the B'nai B rith Hilli I mittee of which Cy Argintar is chirman. A we nei roast and beach pal eld bj group of young p", .. at Riviera Bi ach Feb. 13. %  %  • %  nding were Pearl P iel Kli in, Fayi Cai I : berg, Lillian Pick< i %  %  rg, I.< onai d Cai ter, %  v. m EisenSgt. Irving Strobing, of Brooklyn, center, tciegrapher-htni last message from Corregidor, and Sgt. Arno.d Lappert,wy ceived message at Oahu, Hawaii, reenact dramatic tpiod(i "Unusual People" program. At right la Bill Br-ms, special MJ of WNEW, who interviewed the pair. Both heroes will nJ able roles in 50th Anniversary Historical Pageant ("Ti| Jew") an All-Star Show to be staged at Madison Squad Monday evening, March 4, 1946, by Jewish War Veterjiwirj second oldest veteran organization In the country. Mr, and Mrs. Max L Montreal, Quebec, are the Is of her brothei -in-law and sister. Mi and Mi • Hi ry L, V • !12 s Sapodilla av< foi the season. Mr. and Mrs Met/ entertained Friday evening in honoi "f the Lembergers and Mrs. Met/.' birthdav. Lillian Metz ha: lent of the B'I Young Women's gri iu| rs of the new zation are Faye Canter, vici president: Blu and Nettie Dubbin. I u loi Also attendii g the inc were Dorothy Dubbin, Sylvia Id, Mildred Z ShirIce Tischler, Janet Rich. Ethel' Klein. Eleanor Rottman and Ethel Smith. Non • for officers of B'nai B'i ith lodge wen t< held this week. Dave K.it/ has enl past Mr, and Mrs, Morris Shier, T2t> Flamingo dr., are entertaining their daughtt r, Mrs. Ethel Waldman, and thi ir grandsons, David and Alien, of Won i %  ; %  '.' ss. M and Mi Jai k Solwitz, of New ',' %  k, are occupying a resi Patvra st, for the i son. M ng K,,| nei was elected pre idi nl of Beth El S hood Tuesday night. Othi rs i % %  ; • D, Juhu Mi Ira nd Mrs Fl rence Ramus, Mi Ruth G ponding Mrs Joi Freedi ncial sec' 1\ Mis M. Shokoff, t Mesdames Fanny RydS %  %  Dickson '''" • • %  I and Fanny Her'" ;; •' '' • o • %  board meml Biscayne Club Boasts Largest Mutuels Dept. The Biscayne Kennel club, this oldest dog racing center, its way to the greatest .: in its 20-year history. ning Thursday night to an overflow crowd which set a new Opening night's mutuels record, the northside oval at 115th st. beN W. 7th avc. and N. E. 2nd ave., is in full stride for its it meeting. Presenting a und registry of more than 4OII stai greyhounds, including all i top dogs of the recent West Flagli : meeting, it will be nightly 10-race programs starring at 8 and ai thi daily double on the first and third races. now boasts the largest mutuels department of any ack in the state. Since the (lose of the war, Biscayne has .. host of major improveAmong these is the greatS. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties C-1ED "\y,Q ly enlai: I nu-zaaaf individual mutuelsdq Now "• lei way asjl Completion as maleridJ able, is a i w paddodtl nels and .Itru-modail vision hi IquartetiJ end. Tl makes greater i auto and also lists a marktif ing in rai < presentto THIS IS Kit 7. SB. from her very is to become a wrin.| By MARIA 1 1 S. J. BLOCH PUBllS Mich.qan Bank I Detroit. Mi*| Miami B'ok Slorei <*\ immediate ta Egyptians Pro-Jewish CAIRO (JTA)—Shouts of "Long Live Jews and Zionists" were heard here this week as tians demonstrated in protest against the continued presence of British uoops in Egypt. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Flo. SOUTHERN DAIRIES MB CHAM ducts end Ice Creem Pro AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE liiiiwimiimiiiiHiiiiHiiiiBiiimiii ITOUBY I PAINTING ICQ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. 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An important film concerning Europe's plight, titled "Free and Famine," now being disl uted to ;ill theatres in the United | States at the request of the Secre" taries of State, War and Agriculture and the Foreign Economic Administrator, is the 140th and final picture being released nationally by Hollywood's War Activities committee. This short is a factual day by day struggle of the average European family to fight off famine, pestilence and hopelessness. • • • As a radio columnist for a New York newspaper back in 1929. Jerry Wald, now one of Warner Bros.' top producers and responsible for the success of "Pride of the Marines" and "M i 1 d r e d Pierce," gave a "plug" to a struggling young pianist called Oscar Levant. In appreciation, Levant split a loaf with Wald at Lindy's restaurant. The friendship has never lagged. Today Oscar has the top featured role with John Garfield and Joan Crawford in "Humoresque," which Wald is making for Warners. • • Ingrid Bergmann says that she "loved making love" to Gary Cooper in "Saratoga Trunk," because it was so-onatural! Ingrid, who is every inch a beauty and has more inches of stature than most, usually has to remove her high-heeled shoes for romantic close-ups with the average leading man. For Gary's sixfoot-three in elevation, however, the tall Ingrid not only had to wear her shoes but on many occasions had to stand on a box, which, according to the star, "is really the thing to do." "Women," she says, "should always reach up for their kisses, and never, never stoop!" • • • The Edward G. Robinsons tossed a huge dinner party the other night, complete with soft lights and Gypsy music, and with everyone of high rank in Hollywood present. Within an hour or so the transition was something! Someone had said "throw the Gypsies out!" with the result that Eddie Cantor, Paul Muni, Groucho and Harpo Marx and Ray Milland took over for a terrific vaudeville session which proved hilarious! • • Producer David O. Selznick's new film, "Duel In the Sun," will stand him in cash output around $7,000,000 at the time the picture is released. This outlay will include the cost of advertising and exploitation which alone will run around the $1,000,000 mark. Shepard Broad. Co-Chairman Alfred Stone, Co-Chairman Abe Allenberq Morris Alpert David S. Andron Isidore Aronoviiz Jack Beber George Berlman George M. Cohen Harry A. Cornblum David Emmer Nathan Glosser Samuel Gold E. Max Goldstein Dr. Morris Goodman Joseph Lipton Harry I. Magid Murray Maurer Arthur L. Perper David Phillips Samuel Sapiro Harold B. Spaet Harold Turk Gut Trau Alex Van Siraaien Harry Zuckernick BEER Charles Cohen, Co-Chairman Harold Cohen. Co-Chairman CONSTRUCTION Harry Markowilx DENTAL Dr. Irving Gordon Chairman DRY GOODS Maurice Cromer, Chairman Arnold Rubin DRUGS Sam Goldman. Chairman Sidney Beskind Jack Davis Jack Geyer Jack Jablau Jack Rich Bill Shayne Phillip Steir Jules Wasserman Waller Waxman Jack Zwick EDUCATION-WELFARE Rabbi Max Shapiro Chairman Abe Gannes, Co-Chairmar FINANCE Ralph Kaplan. Chairman Aaron Labon Bill Lee Jack Leonard Perry Marks Birdie Mazo Benjamin Mitchell Seymour Schulner Bert Stark Joseph R. Stein Leonard Weisberg MEDICAL Dr. T. M. Berman Co-Chairman Dr. Alexander Kushner Co-Chairman Dr. Lawrence Adler Dr. I. H. Agos Dr. Samuel Aronoviiz Dr. Stanley H. Axelrod Dr. Aaron Bernstein Dr. William Bernstein Dr. Morris Blau Dr. William K. Boros Dr. Henry Cadan Dr. Isaac B. Cippes Dr. Stanley Frehling Dr. M. J. Glick Dr. H. A. Greene Dr. A. R. Hollander Dr. Emil Isberg Dr. Ferdinand Kauders Dr. Jack Kausman Dr. M. B. Kirsch Dr. Bernard Kleinman Dr. Nathaniel Levin Dr. Louis Lytton Dr. Robert Mayer Dr. Max Pepper Dr. Murray Reckson Dr. P. Rezek Dr. Manning J. Rosnick Dr. Bernard Ross Dr. Reuben Rochkind Dr. Edward Roth Dr. Sol Selevan Dr. Jacob Sternberg Dr. Harry Tarr Dr. Barney Weinkle Dr. Philip Weinstein Dr. S. Charles Werblow MEN'S WEAR George Adler, Chairman E. Meadows Benjamin Orrin B. O. Pollock METAL & WASTE Meyer Schwartz. Chairma Joe Beck Harry Oliphant NEW GIFTS David Phillips, Chairman Meyer Schwartz Jacob Sher Louis Sneiman David Sli.zin Ernest Sussman Louis Wolie Henry Wolff George Wolpert VENDING MACHINES Norman Rothschild Chairman VOLUNTEERS Mrs. Meyer Schwartz Chairman Mrs. Harry Oliphant Co-Chairman Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann Mrs. Max Biederman Mrs. Aaron Bernstein Mrs. Nat Blumberg Mrs. William Capland Mrs. Frank Coret Mrs. Martin Dibner Mrs. William Farr Mrs. Joseph Fenias Mrs. Isador Fine Mrs. Jerome Freehling Mrs. Stanley Frehling Mrs. Milton Friedman Mrs. Ida Goldberg Mrs. Jeanette Good Mrs. Herman Goodman Mrs. Anna Gordon Edna Heller Mrs. Herman Isaacson Mrs. Max Jacobskind Mrs. Jack Janoff Mrs. Sanford Kramer Mrs. Jack Rosenberg Mrs. Norman Rossman Mrs. Ned Sail Mrs. Arthur Schwartz Mrs. Max Shapiro Mrs. Sam Silver Mrs. Samuel Traurig Mrs. Philip Weinstein Mrs. William Weintraub WOMEN'S SPECIAL GIFTS Mrs. Monte Selig. Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Co-Chairman Mrs. Charles Ratner Co-Chairman Mr. & Mrs. L. Elkin Malvin Fnglander A. Fisher Irvinq Firtel Bernard Frank Isador Goldman Sol Goldman Billy Goldweber Fannie Goodman Jerry Greenwald H. Holtzman Arthur Kahn Samuel Katz Dr. Maurice Klein Hylan Kout B. Krinsky Haiman Laibson Al Lehrman Rebecca Levin Anna Levinson Abe Levy Martin Lipman Mack Lubin Dan Madnick L. Marcus Godfrey K. Newman Arthur Olden Al Ossip Milton Pep Judge Melvin Richards J. Rosenbaum Felix Rosenthal Olga Saigir S. E. Schwartz H. SchlUsel Herbert Shapiro George Talianoff Paul Weitzman Raphael K. Yunes Harold Zinn MEN'S HOME SOLICITATION—(Town) Milton Friedman, Chairman Jerry Alexander Sam Alexander A. Aranoff / Wm. Adelstein Oscar Argintar Max Azar Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Bear Mrs. Miriam Baumel Amos Benjamin Herman Binder Harry Boyell Paul Barnett Joseph Bermann Abraham Bramson $783,100 Mrs. Leon Ell Mrs. Aaron Farr Mrs. Harry Gerson Polly Gershon Mrs. M. Gold Mrs. L. Goldman Mrs. E. Goldstrich Mrs. M. Gratz Mrs. D. Harris Mrs. Jack Hirsch Mrs. David Isen Mrs. Irving Janet Mrs. Ada Joseph Mrs. Beth Kaplan Mrs. E. Kaplan Mrs. Rose Kimball Mrs. K. Kimmel Mrs. Louis Krensky Mrs. Moses Krieger Mrs. Moe Kurman Mrs. Benjamin Landau Mrs. Naomi Lesowader Mrs. Norman Maran Mrs. Irving Marcus Mrs. Rose Marcus Mrs. Murray Maurer Birdie Mazo Mrs. Max Meisel Mrs. J. Mirisch Mrs. David Nathan Mrs. Robert Nordin Mrs. Samuel Oka Mrs. D. Phillips Mrs. Harry Rubin Mrs. Bernard Rudnick Mrs. H. Schmerin Mrs. N. Schwartz Mrs. H. Shonberg Mrs. Hutty Siegel Mrs. Lester Stepner Mrs. Carl Susskind Mrs. George Talianoff Mrs. Harold Turk Mrs. J. Ed. Weinstein Mrs. Bert Whitman Mrs. A. E. Woolfe WOMEN'S HOME SOLICITATION—(Town) Mrs. Leon Kaplan Chairman Mrs. George Adler Mrs. Sophie Alenier Mrs. Frances Alexander Mrs. Miriam Baumel Mrs. Ada Adyer Mrs. Morris Bear Mrs. Francis B arson Mrs. Paul Barr.ett Shirley Berg Mrs. Essie Bergman Mrs. Joseph Bermann Mrs. Mac Blecher Mrs. L. Bunn Mrs. Dorothy Block Mrs. Harry Minkoff Mrs. Jack Minor Mrs. P. Neuwirth Mrs. Ruth Nurenberq Mrs. Fred Ochs Mrs. Ida Orlansky Mrs. Anne Pastroff Mrs. C. Pomerantz Mrs. Irving Querido Mrs. Harry Rabin Mrs. David Rifas Mrs. Hyland Rifas Mrs. Pearl Raidman Mrs. B. Rosen Mrs. Morris Rosenberg Mrs. Henry Rosengarlen Mrs. Albert Rosenthal Mrs. Clara Rothenberg Mrs. Norman Rothschild Mrs. Paul Sabel Mrs. Maurice Sager Mrs. Al Sandier Mrs. Sarah Safer Mrs. Herbert Scher Mrs. C. Segal Mrs. Max Seigel Mrs. Harry Seitlin Mrs. Henry Seitlin Mrs. Nathan Sepsenwall Mrs. Sylvia Shandloff Mrs. David Serneker Mrs. I. Shapoff Mrs. M. Shore Mrs. William Silverman Mrs. William Simkins Mrs. David Singer Mrs. Herman Slansky Mrs. H. Slepian Mrs. Max Sperling Mrs. Bernard Sterling Mrs. Elry Stone Mrs. George Stone Mrs. Jack Stone Mrs. Louis Stone Mrs. Milton Stone Mrs. M. L. Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. D. Surdin Mrs. Max Swartz Mrs. Charles Turk Mrs. Joe Weintraub Mrs. Herman Wepman Mrs. R. Weisman Mrs. Sam Weissel Mrs. George Wolpert Mrs. Joseph Zalis Mrs. Sydney Zincker YOUTH DIVISION Maurice Grossman Organizer Natalie Frankel Co-Chairman Theodore Sakowitz Co-Chairman GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA Theatre-goers who need convincing to join the American Brotherhood are quite likely to be persuaded by "The American Creed." Nine motion picture stars make brief, but sincere appeals for the public to sign up for membership in the Brotherhood, an organization for racial and religious tolerance backed by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The effectiveness of the film lies mainly in its brevity and the plain, but intelligent appeals from Eddie Cantor, Ingrid Bergman, Edward G. Robinson, Shirley Temple, Van Johnson, James Stewart, Jennifer Jones, Walter Pidgeon and Katherine Hepburn. • • Al Jolson says that Hollywood is divided into people who do things and people who take the credit. There's less competition in the first group, he adds. Elia Kazan, who did such a brilliant directorial job on that hit picture, "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," has been signed to direct "Sea of Grass," starring Spencer Tracy and Melvyn Douglas. Elia, who will leave immediately for MGM studios after the opening of his production of Maxwell Andersons "Truckline Cafe," is still in his twenties. Mickey Roth, the 13-year-old Spokane youngster who played George Gershwin as a boy in the recent movie, "Rhapsody In Blue," has taken over another historical role. He will enact Prince Chulalongkorn, who became one of Siam's most enlightened monarchs. in 20th CenturyFox's picturization of the best seller, "Anna and the King of Siam." The book, written by Henry Richardson, deals with Richard Wagner, Ins Becond wife. Cosima; her father, Franz Liszt, and other bles. This lecture was origv scheduled for two weeks ago. Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture on "The Human Mind" at the Forum 8 p.m. Tuesday. World Bank Champion Vacations In Hollywood Louis Sachar, who spearheaded the successful nationwide campaign of the Business and Industry Committee for Bretton Woods, is vacationing at the Hollywood Beach hotel with Mrs. Sachar and their son, Jeffrey. As treasurer of the committee, Sachar, a few weeks ago dissolved that organization upon ratification by 35 nations of the Bretton Woods Agreements and the International Monetary Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Sachar is president of the Reliance Textile company and its affiliate concerns with headquarters in New York city. After a three-week stay in Hollywood, he will return to New York and then rejoin his wife at the Florida resort before leaving on a one-week business trip to Cuba. Cards Follow Meeting Cards and mah jongg will follow the meeting of Jhe Greater Miami chapter. National Home for Jewish Children, which will be held 1 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Zeilingtr, 846 Lenox ave. The chapter is making plans for its night of games which will take place March 31 at the Beach Elks club. To Hold Lawn Party A lawn party will be held at the home of Miss Mildred Berkowitz, 701 S.W. 27th rd. at 3 p.m. Sunday by Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith. The affair, a combined tea and membership party, will feature guest speakers, bingo, cards, bunko and refreshments. It is open to girls interested in B'nai B'rith activities. Bernard Hermann, CBS symphonic conductor, has arrived in Hollywood to compose and conduct the score for the forthcoming 20th Century-Fox movie version of "Anna And The King Of Siam."' He will resume his duties at CBS when he returns to New York in the middle of April. •v ''— — H ,A* -** %  **'%>* -IA -^-^^gfrSja^. gSSE



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I I. PAGE SIX tin If vm Hi FltTiiFiiff P,ant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue^Miarni^ P. O. Box 2973 ^ TTRvn K SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher F RITA GROSSMAN, News_ Editor FRIDAY, MARCH li^ NUMBER 9 VOLUME 19 ,,,,.; Miami 18, Florida. Friday. March 1. 1946 ADAR I 28. 5706 QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox [C pyright, 1945, J '• A.) ii Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, I nc >1 Q. What is "Canon?" me en I by the THE DOMESTIC SCENE: Th( American Jewish Confer,,,„,, as a result ol its session In may now have nut ,. ,, cochairmen, but one chair%  • • IS safe to predict H nry Monsky will be the This ibecause conference I % % %  ,,,nuim(' THE IOB MUST BE FINISHED Establishing a new high in a !" *^ !" ?S a Z £. Combined Jewish Appeal have passed the half-mriton n This sum is considerably more than has ever been raised in annual drive of the Greater Miami I ewl sh ^ffrnds raised will more than just dollars. Eighty per cent of the fund raised ^ be used by the United Jewish Appeal to give sustenance a.K hope to our needy brethren. T T ;„J An implacable destiny has brought the 1* !" *%? !" States face to face with history in 1946. For he 1.40O0001 jews in Europe who survived the Nazi program of a^.laUon th,s will be a decisive year. Broken physically and mentally by the ravages of oppression and war, the remnants of tne preHitler European Jewish population of 7,500,000 look to American Jewry for an opportunity to rebuild their shattered lives. Despair and disillusionment followed in the wake of the of the bloodiest war in all history for the Jewish survivors ot Europe. The very first victims of Fascism, they now are the la to receive assistance. Homeless, uprooted, hungry and c they are unwanted wanderers on the face of Europe. Libei from concentration camps, they now find themselves m displaced persons camps. Among the Jewish survivors are 15C 000 children, most of them orphans, living under conditions which defy description. Nine out of every ten Jewish children in Europe before the war are dead. What of the pitifully few survivors? Shall we permit them to succumb to starvation, homelessness and epidemics after they have come through so much suffering and misery? These are some of the questions which history asks of the Jews of America. In 1946 the Jews of the United States, through the extraordinary campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for 5100,000,000, will decide whether the Jewish survivors of Europe will live or die. Weakened and exhausted by 12 years of Nazi savagery, these Jewish survivors can wait no longer. The relief programs of governmental agencies are nowhere near commensurate with the appalling needs of these Jews who have come back from the dead. No one else cares enough, no one else is sufficiently interested. The survival of the remnants of a once happy and proud people is the responsibility of the Jews of the United States. The remaining money needed to boost the Greater Miami campaign over the top will be the most difficult to secure It is comprised of the small contributions. Many hundreds of givers will have to be contacted and enrolled in this life-saving task The job is not an easy one. The enthusiasm demonstrated to date by the solicitors canvassing the thousands of our residents has been remarkable. It must continue! Our community not only has a responsibility to make their quota but as one of the first in the country to conduct the 1946 campaign, will set the example for the remainder of American Jewry. A. T 3 fa fundam itself man. '"• s ,a „ i interested in securing ky's maximum support for tne eventual establishment of the a permanent body. • opposition to the conference becoming a permanent institution comes from those m lh< j,, the B'nai B'rith and in the Congress who ntain the mdepend* .. ,.....*.. in t)\i> f the C which v. • • %  • works whi : d as a part ft Holy spirit, I Jewish traditioi %  [ the off w< re ir A thosi %  • %  • I but ... m the H i >n] ..:• :.' %  Q. What is the "Apocrypha?" A. One cat %  %  I • ti rm by which : i to them, i.i "Gen .: • I Many 11 I in ts lh< lection b< %  %  i lepl tun They i found included in ; and Lai i s, but not in thi Hi Canoi j, ....... .... I< ration" t< times n ary val Q. What is the "Pseudepigrapha?" A Anol 0 f ti %  '• e l so known h %  %  bed t th. %  they b. TI content %  %  • to be ] • %  %  • I were "extra %  • I excli led from Q. When is the baby named in Jewish tradition? A. A boj ms circumcisi >n. Ii i t\""' ;i: one in -' synagogue on the day :,!' %  Scroll .• nd Thu b | ,, ln ""• f "" i • rela've after he called o make the blessing al I mg of the Scroll. e„ce ol tl • %  latter groups in the protective work. And great pressure is being Monsky by the B'nai B'rith members interested .. %  ;.. ol the Anti-Defamation league in which Monsky him. ested as the presiden ... B'nai B'rith. Thus, .... loyal to the B'nai B'rith Ami rii an -Jewish Conhimself between However, it seems mi that the proper thi status of the w ill be found within -, en to tinorby the Cleveland sesIi a %  on life. Dur15 months, very im%  nts will take h life. The camps persons will be ing that time. The lion will be clarified mi re than it is today. Jewish lifi II i} become more stabilEuropean counrhe fund ins of the con%  111 thus have to assume ter. It remains ever, whether any i ntral Jewish will ever agree nfen nee to enter live work in tin 3?M of>.U THERE'S STILL A WAR ON! "These prisoners represent sinister influences that will lurk in the world long after their bodies have returned to dust." French Anti-Semitism LONDON UTATAnti-Semitism in France is ted by poisons v.hr, are unwilling tor. turn Jewish property, but ant! Jewish feelings are not widespread Judge Leon Meiss, p !" n '< he Jew a in France reported here at the conference on post-war Jewish problems con yoked jointly by the AngTo-Jewish aatweiatton and the American FOREIGN NOTES: It i an afely be i cdicted that Han Inquiry comi ,, split before isI report. And the will not be even. Some of an mi mbers of the i havi. m pi ivate contions, a 1 rea d )i expressed linst the idea of a %  stati Not to speak of the %  ill Of whom are to follow the policy of the prnment with regard %  %  m : it of the story, as we learn it liable sources, that Judge Huteheson. an chairfan of the Inquiry committee, is among those ich to side with ';•' Bl tish. He seems to be tely hon i,n k and is getHe is one of the men b. rs who are ,' %  •>' *ish state. Those x eem sympath. Jewish cause are ""' '•' ppy with the treat,LlV receive from their %  Some of them ere bemg snubbed On the whole %  three American memdefinitely friendly th< Zionist arguments. They watched by the British the other memme of the mem: l h e Inquiry committee %  l-'wl-n that they are not likely to be f i co to travel J they wish about Palestine! AMI is it true that Sir John Singled British chairman of the Inq„J committee, when giving a ^ | party to the membi is of the com. I mittee, did not invite one of a. 1 American members because wj believes that he favors the estafc. | lishment of a Jewish state' THE "JEWISH COMPLEX". Several good novels deahafj with Jewish life have beenpuJ lished recently in this countrtl "Focus" by Artlnn Miller is ooi] of them. "Earth and Hi*] Heaven" by Gwetl .yn Grand is another. The I. test is' WasK.1 land" by Jo Sinclair, publishedkjl Harper. It is a novel which val the $10,000 Harper prize, which, I am afraid, will notm the Jewish reader It deals wal the confused mind of a JewgH young man who feels deeply ashamed of his J. .vishness, a| ignorant American-born boy, wkil hates his Jewish lather, whoa.] sists on being called John insteal] of Jake, who despises his Jewal home surrounding and who ke-l comes a ease for psyi hiatrictnaVI ment. He finally finds himsdli after he "decides t enilst in da] A'rmy, following a number i\ visits to a psych I ,-t. The hero of the novel cannot] be considered the average youn American-born Ji %  His prott-1 lem, the way the author presenk] it, is not the prol of the a-1 erage young Jew. although many] a young Jew in this country a^ fers from a "Jewish complex." The psychiatric touch whichttaj author gives to the novel isalaj not charactenstii • tluaverasji] young American Jew who nan feel ashamed of hJewishr.es Usually young A:: encan Je*i] who are tortured by the of being Jewish do not try tof their Solution in the office at I psychiatrist, or by •kingesaaj through enlistment in the armal forces. And most of the youn Jews who prefer to be knowna! John rather than as Jake kno exactly why they want to pel with their Jewish • ntificatioal Especially when they have | Jewish religious feelings, M the case of the : "f "V^j land." Yet the novel is intereting as a psychologii al study of a.l individual Jew, a Jew who suf-f fers from hidden cannot explain, ch efly becHaj of lack of educatii CULTURAL NOTES: Believe it or not. but Liberi Judaism," the pocket-size Jew monthly magazine, now circulation of 50,000. It stari with 5,000 three years ago the new monthly magazi "Commentary," which sue the Contemporary Ji wish Rec published by the American*! ish Committee, now has a ctt lation of 10,000. It started 4.500 several months ago. Jewish Education Association %  soon publish a magazine Wtm The American Jewish Congr will award an annuol fcl ott jT of $2,500 to graduate.of the J^ ish Theological Snninary. Ycshiva university, the j" Institute of Rehgioi the Hena* Theological college ;,sd tM brew "Union college, Tn lk|f graduates selected for this ie"ha ir* As! I inftl ceeaf rsi'ajra* V,\ .'uoaies seicv.n.i.1 %  ^ ship will be prepared for a c devoted to Jewish communal fairs. (^ The Joint Distribution "£ lttee is giving financial a mittee is giving the publication of ma) ^j ical scholars, headed hJ ^j Rabbi Herzog of Palestine, r-i Louia I. Newman t New y\ is the author of a ^.^MA motives which led Rabbi ^J Rome to become a Catholic. volume, just published by j cence Press, aims at provuan the apostasy of Zolli wa n



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FRIDAY MARCH 1 < PAGE TEN -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE tffote% eonfiderUUd Obituaries LEST WE FORGET Last week we all celebrated Washington's birthday ... but in all the celebrating speeches little mention was made of the contributions of patriotic Jews to the victory of the war for independence. On the eve of the Revolution there were approximately 3,000 Jews in the American colonies few among them were young enough to bear arms. Of this number more than one hundred did. Records of the armed torces during the Revolution show there were 27 Jewish officers in Washington's forces. In Captain Lushington's South Carolina company there were so many Jewish soldiers that this unitwas called "The Jews' Company." The financial contributions of kindly Jews guaranteed the surcess of Washington's cami Phillip Minis of Georgia gave more than S7.000 to feed Southern troops. Haym Salomon celebrated Jewish patriot, gave in excess of S200.000 to Washington's army for clothing, food, and wage?. When Salomon d I in 1785 a tubercular bankrupt, he left his wife and four children penniless casualties to his patriotism. IN MEMORY We ha^> scores ->f letBy PHINEAS J. BIRON And must you lift your voice, Speak not to man-for no man sees your island. Speak in"your ancient tongue to the eternal God. Yisgadal. veyiskadash, shemee. ra— God is not praised by meek appeal. He hears those best who march with bayonets of affirmation Steeped to the armpits in blood of iniquity. O. seed of Barkochba. sons of the Maccabees, Arise! Be armed by them! Praise God with battles! Praise Him with acts ol freedom! And when you die—teeth in the foe— For* ver Live! Live fi rever, Barkochbas, Macca! ei s, An arsi nal to all mankind, tubbom generations Until all humanity is free! They straighten, -out. They recogni; i' t ach other. X • • >!one! A. lat man moves hut on the • history! from each to %  i nee fuses— GREENBERO Arthur Grwnbenf.41. of 22nd ave.. ****** „"' *,„,.. % n LEGAL NOTICES ten from all parts of ti i ( try asking us to pub!isl ol th( ghetto pit of the symphonic poem, "The : ,,., kv Warsaw Ghetto" The • premiere of this ill took place a few weeks ; % %  Carnegie Hall. A few it was broadcast from the MuRadi<> Station. Next iv Tin: COCNTY .iritis rpuRi IN ANP FOH [JADE roi'NTT. FLORIDA. IN rR|>pA1 E ,,.. ESTA ^n I RBERT J. NOTICE TO l HEPITORS ..or %  Of J '. %  '• 0 f I11ER.1F.RT J <)I.AS..O\V. Hon W %  %  N j "the ,rth..uw ... I>ade room ; :,. within i i Hi %  hereof Klllt i %  %  • .,.. ant and io t* >ri to w i pr< i ", l VX Date. Febi %  •• I A.D., l*4. ANNET1 F. OkAMlOW I OU.INS As Administratrix f th ;' HERBERT %  OI.ASGOW. rlei • MAX R SILVER, v %  %  %  for Admlnlntrati I*. • • %  nieipal week the British Bi company will beam thi ry liberty tree g its seed to the last of the embattled earth! • • • To tl nan, 1 woman. company will Dearn ; ., fja chl!d Warsaw ann European com ..becau Mume4 shall dev the rep the highlight? of Harry Granick's text. The music, as you know. was composed by Sam Morgenstern. Excerpts from "THE WARSAW GHETTO" With greedy nails he scrapes them up from ancient homelands. Children of Israel and Sara. Sons of Heine, daughters of Mendelssohn, French. Austrian, Belgian, kin people. The old. the young, the slow, the wise. Farmer and artisan, artist and scientist, the poor, the mansi ncd: Jews—Jews of Europe— Hurrying them, sweeping, stuffing them into the dripping ghetto maw. The secret coffin pit of Wai the incandescence—the inlescence will not fade! 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Terror disintegrates the soul: Take thou my neighbor's child— my neighbor's wife— Take thou my neighbor— Respite—respite— O, rust on the roots of dignity, bottom shame! How can one host this demon in the brain? Tear out the murdering prayer! Empty the scheming cranium! Summon your ancient soul, your heritage of pain, submission's dove: Caesar is of the earth! To Caesar render the body that is Caesars quietly. MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH L'censed Etectrologist Removing Superfluoui Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Years of Successful Practice In New York. New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES ]. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation G207 Blscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 Moving Alka-Scltzer XI A YE TOU trid A :•**. •. 11 :T for lu en Bteanch. Sotr Sumach. "Mrmmg ArW and Laid imuwi If not, wh/ oott I'lnuant, t>rxpt la eii„r.. allctl. Thirty cihu and Slit? %  ahta. 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£ v MARCH 1. IMj L e county's rapid growth r J for 'ts f" ture combme %  needs t t owner8 r e f o the polls May 7 to fc propo^'d improvement. &'£**. e HV approval. One key Kt is the proposed Dade E Aquarium, Marine LaKy and Wild Life Exh.b.t, Ks t $2,000,000. It is to be loTon the south end of Vir' Key, county-owned land. ia udi'tonum seating between a nd 4.000 persons with adi, na l meeting rooms for filer groups is proposed in a Lo00bonrlissue.lt would be Ldition.d and engineered fpropcr acoust.cs While no lite location has been deterfcd one site indicated is on +Jenlsli fkr/f/in PAGE FIFTEEN the filled island at the bend of the MacArthur causeway. Other projects are: A children's home—$400,000 bond issue; an old people's home for $100,000; a tuberculosis hospital for $250,000. An adequate waterfront park for residents of the southern part of the county. This is proposed in a bond issue of $100,000 to develop the park on 1,200 acres owned by the county, fronting on the bay north and each of Homestead. A bond issue of $200,000 is proposed for a warehouse to provide space for valuable equipment, including voting machines valued at $400,000. Eddie Cantor has just signed contracts with a Hollywood publisher to re-write and bring up to date his autobiography "My Life Is In Your Hands." The book, to be completed by fall, will sell on newsstands. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform 'Oblivion Is Eternal," a discussion of the issues of in Kaplan Hall. Jack Bernstein will conduct services Saturday morning at 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third Ave., Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conserraiire Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Members of the Sisterhood will participate. Mrs Jack August, president, will greet the worshippers. Miss Sarah Kussy, honor..,v vice president of the National Womenis league will be guest speaker and will discuss "Let Us Reason Togo the. Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs will deliver the opening prayer and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, the closing prayer. Kabbi Shapiro will speak briefly. Mrs Jean Seitiin will be hostess during the social hour in honor of the return of her son. Emanuel, from overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Isadorc Fine are the donors of the floral offering Saturday services, 8:30 a.m. This is the unique Sabbath of •Shekolim." when the children of Israel were counted and brought "Shekel" or coin to the Sanctuary. The rabbi will speak on "Stand Up and Be Counted. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN Conterratire Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest speaker at services this evening at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "The Weeklv Portion of the Law" tomorrow morning at 9 am. The Bar Mitzva of Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. 1 man, will be observed. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Mincha, 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Sudos and Maariv. Young Judaea. 7 p.m. Saturday. Senior Youth Council social and dance, 8 p.m. Saturday for grades 10. 11 and 12. Young People's League dance, 8:30 p.m. Sundav. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox For his first sermon. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "And He Congregated the People" at late Friday evening services. 8:30 p.m. Members of the Sisterhood will be hostesses at a reception after the services. The rabbi will discuss the "Portion of the Week" at Saturday morning services, '. a.m. Shalos Sudos. Saturday afternoon. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Chose Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Jewish Music Sabbath will be observed tonight when Rabbi Kionish speaks on "A People That Sings, Lives; A Peoulr That Lives, Sings.'at services. 8:15 p.m. Sabbath services, 10:45 a.m. Young Folks' league open house tor men and women, 18 to 25 years old, 8 p.m. Sunday. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFT CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Let There Be Music m celebration of Jewish Music Week at services 0 JO p.m. tonight. Adult Saturday morning services. *_-Jo a.m. The rabbi will speak on "Congregating. n,M rmedlate services, 9 a m Junior services, 10 jn. Bible study. 4 p.m.. with S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos. f ?u p -T, Rab &i Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion 01 the Week." Mizrechi meeting, 8 p.m. Saturday. Hebrew School Group Names Dance Committee Last minute details for their Purim Ball were planned by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation at a board meeting Tuesday evening. The ball will be held at the Moose Hall March 10. Herbert Fcldan is general chairman of the affair. Cochairmen are Jules Wilson, Mrs. Jack Stone and Mrs. Myron Newman. Other committee workers are: Milton Weiner, grand treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Feldan, Mrs. Edward Moss and Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz, tickets; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rutansky, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Apfelbaum and Mrs. Harry Minkoff, fund raising project. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, entertainment; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, publicity; Mrs. Herman Pearl, Mrs. Jules Wilson and Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff, refreshments. A regular meeting of the group will be held 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Biscayne Temple, 120 N.W. 15th ave., for collection of ticket money. Deadline for advertising patrons for the souvenir journal has been extended to March 4. MacLean To Report Refugee Aid To Council Richard MacLean, recently arrived from Ciudad Trujillo, will present information regarding the group of refugees who were given haven in his republic during the war to the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. The meeting will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y. Mrs. Nat L. Williams will present a report of the presidents' conference which she recently attende in Atlantic City. Harry Mursten, 15 year old piano prodigy who performed with symphony orchestras at the age of five, will be guest artist. Young Mursten has appeared with the Buffalo Philharmonic and Civic orchestras. Friedland Renominated For Center Presidency Samuel Friedland was nominated for reelection to the presidency of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Monday evening. Election of officers will be held some time in March. Others nominated on a slate brought in by Dr. M. A. Lipkind and his committee include Herman Berk, Joseph M. Rose and Alfred Stone, vice presidents; Harry Sirkin, treasurer; Archie Brick, recording secretary; Henry B. Ungerleider, financial secretary. Ten of the following will be elected to the board of directors: Benjamin Appel, Judge Joseph A. Berman, Harry Bodenstein, Bernard Feiner, William Feuer, Alex Sussman, Baruch Holman, Julius Rosenstein, Abraham Selevan, Bernard Ordover, N. H. Hankoff, Abraham Goodman, Max Greenberg, J. Bachrach and Matthew Silverstein. Amendments to the constitution have been proposed to increase the number of vice presidents to three and to increase the number of a required board quorum to 11. UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Lee Blum of 70 N.W. 25 St., will take place 2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Maurice Mamches. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Goldberg, of 625 Meridian ave., will take place 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer, assisted by the Rev. Maurice Mamches, will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. for REST CONVALESCEHCf ^CHROMIC Otf un-RayPark ALKA-SELTZER O CCASIONALLY. I Wake Si! the wxnfa* wtth a *"***+ B aomttowear. • •£•J£ %  BUD* of th* farsnoon, ta*.ldotfl want to vtttftct lopfc soJdrtokia r p at sparklingALKA-SELTZER. UnSaWMatt I feelfa* a M batter. If a ALKA • SELTZER to tha wmJSmlSBm two e&gfP met make* ma &•* norm lika finish-, tag the) Job. % And *ben t ae* ""SUlJ^T.^ iJ^^ILALKA-SELTZER reliawa fellowsYaa, Afa-Sattaar brightens my at year drug rtora^ Jmi9*m£££Z£J& -SV Dr. Emanuel Gamoron, director of the Commission on Jewish Education of Cincinnati, was guest speaker at the Histadruth L'Tarbulh Ivrith Saturday evening. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In liusitieHx under the fictitiotiH name of COM M ERPIAI, REFRIGERATION MAINTENANCE. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clreult Court of Dade Countv. Florida. SIDNEY WOLFELD E. H. STEIN S/1-8-1S-S2-M Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Beh., Ph. 5-5082 I WANT MY MILK efcaV] GENERAL PAINTING Free Estimates Given BY BEST MECHANICS I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5106 Ettab. 1924 Aad Be Bore If • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk ProducH" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm tt •200 N. W. 82nd Street ve to th. oo Many of your friends have been generous donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County. How about you? A certain quota is required at all times to provide for emergencies which may arise in the community. To fall below this quota could be dangerous for the welfare of our neighbors, and ourselves. Remember many lives might be at stake. Why not call some of your friends and all go together? Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County i 9 i I M



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AY, MARCH 1. 1946 + knisl fbrtdiin PAGE THREE 4 • a; kcoiMAX GOODMAN of Lton. MBU. • -' ,he l' !" 1 dirl <>'""• '" rrive "• ,h Morion. BuchenwaW roncentrar .mp iltei in lib-iion. ou .ed by Ihe •' of the c jaled, starving inmates, BUMIHIof whom "pre beyond (^,1. Goodman devoted all lime n I"" division. Enpreciation for hilife-savingrk. Iir wai presented with the oil m tinright before hia de1urc fur home. Now on terminal leave. Col. Ionian, ho returned lo the United Slatea several rktgo. intends lo dedicate himself to the goal of ruins nil of the surviving Jews of F.urope by aiding I $10.IM'H 000 campaign of the United Jewish ApI for Refuse. -. OUTM-M Needs and Palestine. Col. odm.ui hoi enlisted in the battle for Jewish surD. P. patients and medical personal >' of Casino Hospital is thankful for Your $A help and for Your colaborarion in W organising a hospital for the D. P.'s. We '%, '" < should never forget, that You were the i tit// > ^ '{ %  '' man, who was interested to help us ; that pjff You were the man, who was taking '^ care at us ; who helped to find our ){' -^ _, families outside or overseas. We D. P.'s. all together are grateful for Your work for us To You Major Max Goodman M. D. v '0. "' e>^ • Schwandorf, Germany, April-Nov. 1945 vival through the I J. \. agencies—the Joint Distribution Committee, which provides emergency relief and rehabilitation in Europe; the United Palestine Appeal, which makes possible the settlement of refugees and upbuilding in Palestine; and the National Refugee Service, which aids the readjustment of newcomers in the United Slates. QG f ^,rS* 5 tC'A M. #f L : I x! Best Tropical Meet Predicted By Swope Financial concessions won by horsemci. at Hialoah will be maintained at Tropical Park, which opens Tuesday, according to Herbert Bayard Swope, chairman of the track's board of directors. Operators of the Gables track anticipate no trouble during the 40-day meet. So far, no winter track in the country has been able to avoid strikes or strike threats this year. ''We want to do what's right and we think horsemen will be fair with us." Swope said this week. "Purses at Tropical will be considerably higher than ever before, and we will pay the trainers, grooms and exercise boys the same as they are getting at Hialeah." Rates at Hialeah are $100 for the winning trainer, $20 for the winning groom, $20 for the winning exercise boy. The losing grooms and exercise boys get $10 each. Swope, here with his wife and son for the Tropical Park opening, predicted "the greatest season we've ever had at Tropical," even though the meet will be 10 days shorter than it previously was. "Racing has become the biggest sports business in America and if we keep the game sharply regulated, it should continue to be so," the former chairman of the New York State Racing commission, said. Special Services Held For Garry Glatt "PjeMxyncJUUj, yjuutfonq, Board members and officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education will attend a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423 E. Rivo Alto dr., Tuesday evening. The affair will honor Dr. and Mrs. Israel S. Chipkin who were married in New York Feb. 12. Dr. Chipkin, executive directcor of the American Association for Jewish Education, helped Greater Miami establish the Bureau, of which Mr. Heiman is president. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schneider are announcing the marriage of her sister. Miss Nettie Ornstein, to Edward L. Hansen, of Brooklyn, at Maxwell Field, Ala., Jan. 31. The bride attendeded Miami High and was recently released from the WAC after serving three years as a sergeant. Mr. Hansen was a private in the Army for four years. They are making their home at 1852 Washington st„ Hollywood. Miss Augusta Selevan, of New York city, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth have opened their home at 2130 S. W. 22nd st. HERE AND THERE Gabriel M. Cohen, publisher of the Indianapolis Jewish Post, left this week after a short vacation at the Fleetwood Rabbi Eliezer L. Silver of Cincinnati, honorary president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America, and Rabbi Ephraim Epstein of Chicago, a national board member of the Union, are stopping at the Tides Mrs Hattie Pocinki, of Brooklyn, is visiting her brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild. Also here are Mr Rothschild's mother and sister, Mrs. M. Rothschild and Mrs. Molly Pell ... Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldstein have returned to Galax, Va., after a visit Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Abiff flew back to Havana yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Milton K. Rubin of Scarsdale, Westchester County, N. Y., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin, 2420 Flamingo dr. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay are entertaining Mrs. Palay's mother, who arrived from New York city this week to vacation at the Pancoast hotel. The Services were held recently for Garry Glatt, who passed away suddenly Thursday evening, Feb. 14. following a heart attack. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officialJJ ^veifyouwilltjiY* m JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons Of Hope and Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 Sons of Abraham Book Fund 74 South Frry Street Albany ** *• Y A. Selevan, 1672 Jefferson ave., jPalays' daughter, Roberta, sang in a radio contest Saturday morning. Miss Shirley Bernstein has been chosen for membership in the University of Miami chapter of Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity. Miss Bernstein is a member of for two weeks. She is associated with the New York Welfare board and recently attended the assembly of the Conference of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Saul Optner have returned to New York after spending two weeks Delta Phi Epsilon social sororwith his mother, Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. Optner is now entertaining her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Phil Optner, of New York, who was called here by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Mollie Kotosky. Mrs. Kotosky is at Jackson Memorial hospital. DEPARTURE SCENE Mrs. Saul Appelbaum will spend five weeks in California after accompanying Rabbi Appelbaum to the convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in Cincinnati. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan and Dr. and Mrs. Fred Kauders are in Savannah this ity Dr. Herman Meyer, professor of mathematics at the University, will be initiated into Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity Monday evening at the Hillel House. xwwyi^ww Dabu Marcjcli Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, 711 S. W. Seventh ave, are the parents of a son, Martin Alan, born Feb 25 in Jackson Memorial hospital Mr. and Mrs Walter H. Lazarus, of weekend where they will_ at| Raleigh, N. C, announce the birth of a daughter, Glenda Jo, ed, assisted uel Balkan. by Cantor EmanB'nai B'rith service | and eulogy were rendered at the Riverside Memorial chapel, with George Bertman, president of the Beach lodge, directing. Glatt came here seven years ago from New York and operated the Glatt Electric compny. He made his home on Belle Isle, Miami Beach. He was active in the Beach Civic league and was serving as treasurer at the time of his death. He participated in B'nai B'rith work and was prominent in servicemen's hospitality here duiing the war. He leaves his wife, Ruth; a daughter, Louise, Cleveland; a sister, Mrs. Sam Fagenstein, and a brother. Herman Glatt. tend celebrations of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Kauders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kauders. Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Kauders are sisters. Sgt. Labe Mell is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mell, on a 14-day furlough. He will leave for Ft. Sill, Okla., Wednesday, where he will enter the artillery officer candidates' school Dr. and Mrs. Julius R. Pearson have returned to Miami and are living at 2459 Collins ave. Dr. Pearson was overseas in the Pacific area for almost four years and was recently discharged with the rank of major Ph.M. 1-c Robert Glasser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, is home on leave until March 17 when he will report to the U. S. Aircraft Carrier Battan in Philadelphia. Glasser made two trips to Italy on the ship Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 13. Mrs. Lazarus is the former Evelyn Greenwald of Miami. Twins, Roberta Ruth and Jeffrey, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman, 1512 W. Flagler st., Feb. 11 Bruce Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jack Abrams, 1563 S. W. Second st., was born Feb. 18 Susan, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Morris Zuckerman, 1881 S. W. Ninth st., Feb. 12 Richard Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Richter, 2322 S. W. 23rd St., Feb 18. 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FRID AY, M ARCH 1. 1946 +Jenis§i fhrHicur i %  Jugoslav Dancers Perform Sunday On Culture Series Knlv.i Delakova and Fred Berk w iH |>, presented in a program 0 f traditional Palestinian and Chassidic dances by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee 8:15 p.m. Sunday at Miami Beach Senior High school. Th, young Jugoslavian dancers toured Europe together before the war. MlM Delakova has appeared throughout America in the last f,, years and was recently rejolned by Berk. Both trained under Gertrude Kraus, well known dancer of Vienna and Palestine. Berk is a gold medal winner of the inter! dance competition held i„ V %  nna in 1034. r:. i n local organizations comprisi the Cultural committee which Lvill sponsor its final concert of season on April 24 with i Rose, 'cellist, as guest Tickets fin the two remaining program: may be obtained from the Town and Beach Ys, the Bu1 wish Education or Sunda: ing at the high school. Vienna Jews Stage Mass Demonstration (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1> Distribution committee which, he Bald, costs millions of dollars. The Bituati in is even "more catastrophic in Hungary, he added. Ri ntatives of the Jewish 1 Council, testifying the committee, sharply disputed the statement made by Chancellor Leopold Figl on th Situation of the Jews In Austriai They emphasized that the Jews are considered "strangers and forei in Austria, and that (vising Austrian Jews abroad not to return. They pointed out that little had been done by tin government to improve the position of the Jews, and that nol one measure had been ted providing for the return of confiscated Jewish pro]i. ty, several members of the 1 visited the Jewish institutions in the Russian zone of The first was an old peopli home in Matz street, 101 old Jews from the age of 75 and up had few complaints to maki They pointed out that they were patiently awaiting At the second institution where 45 Je\\> are at present residing, a numbt r of the inmates asserted that they were being kept from then ,..cn homes, while Nazis Wen living there with the consent of the government. Tin ub-committee, which was accompanied on its visits by Ralph. Seigelman, representative of the Joint Distribution committ< o, also learned that there Were only 137 Jewish children left in Vienna, where previous to the Hitler Anschluss there had been some 30,000. KUPANIK TO DIE WARSAW (JTA)-Karl Kupa"iK, former commandant of the uswiecim concentration camp in "wand, where the Germans are estimated to have exterminated "etween three and four million P^Ple. at least half of them *ews, has been sentenced to doa at Kattowice. SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 PAGE FIVE Amateurs Perform With Professional Ease PROFESSOR JACOB I. HARTSTEIN To elevate die -i.ni.l.inlof the general rduration offered in Hebrew day %  < %  liiinl -. Prof. Jarol) I. ll.irt-t.ni. Director of Graduate School* of YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, war. designated Superintendent of Schools by the Board of Secular Education of The United Yeshivos, embracing 88 elementary and secondary Jewish parochial schools throughout the United States. Prof. Hartstein also heads the psychology and education departments at Long Island University. Setting a new high in amateur enU rtainment, B'nai B'rith's Yiddish Night made a big hit with an audience of more than 400 last Saturday night at the Miami Beach High school. The show was directed by Hen Essen. His masterful M. C"ing. singing and acting revealed an almost professional performance. Il lent polish to the series of musical numbers, dramatic skits and comical dances. Of course, the entire presentation was highlighted with the performers' splendid work, all of whom are •prominent local club members. Comment following the show indicated the lodge would repeat the performance in the near future.—Selma Thompson, Drama Editor. 0M0 710 S. W. 12lh AV. MIAMI-j TEL 33431-A YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME r m OFFICIALLY REPRESENT TO MAJORITY OF NORTHER* JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly furnantd on Rtojnt SERVING MIAMI BEACI t MIAMI Exclus ively Jewish JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director l i^ Distributed by Manhattan Distributors, Inc. 1536 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla. KOLBER BROS. 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He was awarded a master of arts di gree by Columbia university in 1945 and is a candidate for the ree of doctor of philosophy in political science. His master's essay, "The Social Role of the Orthodox Priest in Greece, Roumania and Bulgaria." aroused the interest <>f professors at Columbia and leaders of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese in New York city. In 1944 Rabbi Grauer was educational director of the Ft Tryon Jewish Centei in New York. For the past two years he has been guest rabbi at High Holy Day services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The rabbi and his bride of a few weeks, the former Miss Fran1 f Rabbi Murray Grauer ces Eisinger, arrived here from New York Monday and are making their home at 319 S.W. 13th ave. ROOM FOR RENT Nice, large, airy; in private home, well located; for couple or two men. Mrs. Mann, care of Jewish Floridian. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. i 1 'i > -, %  6 POST I Tir*\& J to **<** NiGHTLV \ t vERV RACE I ,1 ADMISSION£. 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