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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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^THE JEWISH UNITY F
3THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"^TTnumber 10
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
ighai Jews
fire Need,
it to Leave
lircrs Hear Arab Opposition
Icwish State, Immigration
,q ,jta) Arabs are firmly opposed to the establish-
Jewish state and further immigration into Palestine,
accept no compromise that would provide for less than
Sblishment of an independent Arab state in Palestine,
Rahman Azzam Bey, secretary general of the Arab
told the Anglo-American Inquiry committee when it
I hearings here. The league's position was presented in
uqe memorandum supplementing Azzam Bey's testi-
mony.
Claiming that the Balfour dec-
laration and other British and
international promises to estab-
lish a Jewish national home in
Palestine were unilateral and
illegal, the league memorandum
asked for the abolition of the
British Mandate over Palestine
and the setting up of an inde-
pendent Arab state. Asserting
that opposition to Zionism was
not based on religious prejudice,
the statement maintained that it
was unjust to force the Palestine
Arabs to accept into their country
people "whose avowed intention
is to wrest the country from its
owners and occupants."
The memorandum also charged
that Zionism threatens the se-
curity and tranquility of the Jews
already in Arab countries and
that it only aggravates the Jewish
problem by holding out "hopes
that can never be fulfilled!" The
league warned that its participa-
tion in the inquiry group's pro-
ceedings did not imply its accept-
ance of any decision by the com-
mittee or Britain and the United
States alone.
Azzam Bey, who took the stand
for 15 minutes, referred to the
Jews as "cousins" and reiterated
the league's stand that the Jews
were welcome in Arab countries
as long as they remained a mi-
nority. In the course of ques-
tioning by members of the in-
quiry committee, however, he de-
clared that "almost a state of
war" exists between the Arabs
and the Zionists.
Replying to a question by Wil-
fred Crick, British member of
the inquiry group, he asserted
that the boycott of Jewish-made
goods from Palestine was intro-
duced because the Zionists were
"pursuing the aim of becoming
the majority in Palestine at the
expense of the Arabs." He said
Ighai ijtaiThe m.ooo
[rvivinfc m the Hongkew
(etion of Shanghai, which
LiH'.-r turned into a ghetto
khe war, are still desper-
need clothing and
although they are being
the Joint Distribution
and I'NHRA, an in-
lon by ,\ Jewish Tele-
lARcncy correspondent re-
Most of the refugees are
toncerned over the possi-
nf emigration and rc-
ing themselves in other
lmniedi.it' food relief be-
aded and clothing prom-
INKKA officials, the
pssing problem still to be
housing. The majority
Refugees live in crowded
various make-shift huts
jscantilj furnished base-
nrtments. The.se housing
jnents have one thing in
-a lack id elementary
n and oi even the most
conveniences. With the
housing shortage that ex-
hanghai, there seems to
'Pe of removing the Jews
pir hovels and furnishing
th living quarters which
any degree of comfort
tat ion.
"ale ol the Jews is suf-
, they eannot begin
lid then lives until they
bled t0 emigrate to a
of their choice. Appar-
'>" a few of them desire
n "i China and be ab-
'Uhin that nation's econ-
WM of the others are
,n the problem of no
start them off in a new
na the older people fear
1 ability to work will
o he standards required
Jj.meet in a new coun-
|*n want to provide
Pves and c n\nc with
sh,?, T find means of
nR this aim.
lews Recognized
UE rJust adopted by the
th,- W^nwnt limits
|Mse o citizens of "Sla-
P,0al.ty." thus, in pr.
jas. deprive those
f'ouly claimed Jew.sh
t e i h nRht t0 vote.
mm,, ",1R"'' rc*8n.zes
r ,h" J^s will
|C J vte as citi-
are SVakia- J^ish
d,e understood to be
?n ?">*. however to
e franchiSe to
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Unit Action Vetoed
By London Parley
Jews
as
LONDON (JTA)Jewish com-
munities and organizations from
13 countries, represented at the
conference here called by the
Anglo-Jewish Association and
the American Jewish committee,
will consult with each other on
major post-war Jewish problems,
but do not propose to establish
any "international Jewish super
body claiming to speak in the
name of the individual Jewish
communities in the various coun-
tries," it was announced last
Saturday at a reception marking
the conclusion of the meeting.
A demand that the Intergov-
ernmental Committee on Refu-
gees consult Jewish organizations
concerning allocation of the $30,-
000,000 of German reparations
assigned to Nazi victims by the
Allied Reparations commission
was made in the report by Mr.
Strook. The report also sug-
gested that the property of heir-
Extend CJA, Need $80,000
CAIRO STRIKE BARS
COMMITTEE'S WORK
CAIRO (JTA) The Anglo-
American Committee of In-
quiry on Palestine was com-
pelled to call off Us scheduled
hearings last Monday because
of a general strike which para-
lysed Cairo. The strike was
called to protest the death of
Egyptians killed by British
troops during the rioting on
Feb. 21.
(It is reported from Jeru-
salem that the city has been
turned into a fortress in a
move to guarantee the safety
of the committee members.
Pill boxes and barbed wire
barricades have been erected
in the streets, and near the
King David Hotel, where the
committee will be quartered.)
Dr. Wise Praises Miami Drive
As Pace-Setter for Nation
Less than $80,000 short of the $783,100 Combined Jewish
Appeal goal, campaign workers voted to extend the drive for
ten days at a mass meeting Wednesday night. Confidence that
the campaign guota would be exceeded was expressed by Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, who
offered his "gratitude as an American Jew for the inspiration"
that the Miami community has brought to this "great spiritual
enterprise."
Campaign Chairman Wm. D.
Kennel Club
Boosts Drive
With $5,000
Demand Dismissal
Of N. y. Teacher
(CONTINUED ON PAOt )
NEW YORK (JTA)The New
York City Board of Education's
exoneration of Miss May Quinn,
who was charged with spreading
anti Semitic, anti Negro and
anti-alien propaganda in the city
schools, has been attacked in a
statement by Ralph E. Samuel,
chairman of the New York chap-
ter of the American Jewish com-
mittee, who warned that the
"trifling penalty imposed on Miss
Quinn tor dereliction of duty"
may be interpreted "by bias-
minded teachers" as an encour-
agement to "bring anti-demo-
cratic theories" into classrooms.
Samuel called upon New York-
ers not to permit the Quinn case
to be "forgotten" and declared
that the American Jewish com-
mittee will press further action
against the board's decision by
"supporting the campaign of the
United Parents' association."
Meanwhile, parents at the new
school to which Miss Quinn was
transferred have protested to
supervisory educational officers
and have picketed the school de-
manding Miss Quinn's dismissal.
Some parents have announced
that they will not permit their
children to sit in Miss Quinn's
classes.
A project to study group and
race prejudices in children has
been instituted by the American
Jewish committee and is being
carried out at the Institute of
Child Welfare of the University
of California, Dr. John Slawson,
executive vice president of the
committee, has announced. The
various influences affecting the
spread ol prejudice and the age
at which it begins to manifest
itself are the primary aims of the
study, which is being carried on
among 160 children, all of whom
are appioximately 17 years old
and have been under observation
by University of California edu-
cators since birth.
A $5,000 check for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal has been
presented by the Miami Beach
Kennel club through Mayor Herb
Frink, according
to Wm. D. Sin-
ger, camp a i g n
chairman. Chas.
W. Bidwill is
president of the
Beach dog track
which made the
voluntary con-
tribution.
In announcing
the gift, Mr. <*
Singer stated that the Kennel
club made the donation because
it recognizes the tremendous
overseas needs and wants to have
a hand in putting Miami over the
top in its drive for $783,100.
Other gifts announced this
week included a $1,000 check
from Sophie Tucker and a con-
tribution from a Catholic clergy-
man visiting Miami Beach. The
clergyman said that he had al-
ways contributed to the Jewish
Appeal in New York and since
he was not there at this time he
did not want to miss the oppor-
tunity of giving this year. He
added that he has been deeply
touched by the plight of the war
victims in Europe among whom
the greatest sufferers have been
the Jewish people.
British Accused of
i
.eniency
toN
azis
LONDON (JTA)The British
military government in Germany
is displaying leniency towards
Nazis, at the same time it treats
Jews like all other Germans, Dr.
Philip Auerbach, chairman of the
Union of Jewish Communities in
the Rhineland and Westphalia,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency this week.
Dr. Auerbach, who came to
London to attend the interna-
tional Jewish conference, said
that German Jews who desire to
remain in Germany will be un-
able to do so unless British policy
undergoes a radical change. "I
do not have the impression," he
said, "that the military govern-
ment desires to help us."
Alleging that the British are
reluctant to take action against
Nazis, Dr. Auerbach said that
while high-ranking Nazis, who
helped to carry out and enforce
the anti-Jewish measures, have
been named to administrative po-
sitions by the military govern-
ment, he was dismissed from his
Singer set March 17 as the
closing date of the drive for
funds for 70 local, national and
overseas agencies.
Dr. Wise promised he would
cite Miami as a precedent for
other cities participating in the
United Jewish Appeal's $100,000,-
000 campaign during his country-
wide tour.
"You have builded better than
you know," he declared, stating
that Miami showed its under-
standing of faith, brotherhood and
unity in the results of the drive
thus far. "The Jews of Europe
are not strangers to be saved,
but brothers to be served."
Dr. Wise praised the work of
Mr. Singer, Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of Federation, which
sponsors the campaign, and Max
Orovitz, Federation president.
He also paid tribute to Stanley
C. Myers, recently elected presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and commended the community
for its contribution in leadership
as well as in increased money to
the American Jewish scene.
Leading divisions, from the
point of quota percentages, are
the liquor division, headed by
Ned Sail, and education and wel-
fare agencies, headed by Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Abe Cannes.
In money raised, the hotel di-
vision is at the top. Nat Han-
koff, chairman of the division,
was one of the 350 Jewish lead-
ers from all parts of the country
who opened the national cam-
paign of the UJA in Washington
Feb. 24. Locally he is assisted
by Irving Frankel, Joseph Gard-
ner, Sam Lachman and others.
(CpNTiNy;p..pN P/kQl )
Parliament Asked
To Lodge Protest
LONDON (JTA)The British
government was asked this week
to lodge a protest with Moscow
against the action of Soviet mili-
tary authorities in barring the
Anglo-American Inquiry com-
mittee on Palestine from Hungary
and Rumania.
Capt. Leonard David Gammans,
Conservative member of the Brit-
ish Parliament, who suggested
that such a protest be made, in-
sisted that the action of the So-
viet authorities was an unfriendly
act "in view of the fact that more
Jews are alive in Hungary and
Rumania than in any other part
of Europe."
Minister of State Philip J.
Noel-Baker, replying, said that
the representations would not
serve any useful purpose, since
the Inquiry committee had al-
ready left Europe. He added
that the matter was discussed
with Soviet officials and that ef-
forts had been made to secure
entry of the committee into Hun-
gary and Rumania,
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TOURISTS. RETURNEES
Marvin Apte. G.M. 3-C, flew
home from SeatUe, Wash., to
join his wife yesterday on a
17-day furlough. Due for dis-
charge April 15 after three
years in service, he will reside
with his wile at the home oi his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Apte. He was overseas in the
Pacific for 14 months ... Mr.
and Mrs. H Schneider of New
Haven, Conn., are stopping at
the London Arms hotel for a few
weeks. While here they are
being entertained by Mrs.
Schneider's brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker,
321 S. W. Ninth ave. MV-
Louis Kotimsky and Mrs. Sid-
ney Kotimsky of New York are
stopping at the Grossinger-
Pancoast hotel for six weeks
. Nathan Kotimsky, caterer
of Brooklyn, is vacationing at
the Tides hotel with his wile
for a month Capt. and Mrs.
S. M. Pearl of Brooklyn are
spending a two-week vacation
with his brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pearl.
at 735 S. W. 25th rd. The cap-
tain's mother. Mrs Esther Pearl,
is at 747 Michigan ave. Capt.
Pearl was chief of technical
service and ordnance officer at
the New Orleans Army a:r base
before being discharged Feb.
27 Mrs. David Berg of New
York has arrived with her son,
Jeffrey, for a visit with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ne-
ham, of Miami Beach. Mr.
Berg, recently discharged from
the service, will join his wife
here .
Miss Muriel Courshon, former
editor of the University of Mi-
ami Hurricane, has been elect-
ed to membership in Snarks,
honorary creative writing so-
ciety. Miss Courshon was re-
cently succeeded by Miss Char-
lotte Kotkin in the editorship.
A junior. Miss Kotkin was for-
merly managing editor and
news editor of the weekly news-
paper.
PARTYING
Mr. and Mrs Max Friedman
and Herman Solomon, formerly
ws&m
of New Jersey, were hosts to
300 guests at the Hotel Lido
Feb 28th. The Friedmans ana
Mr. Solomon are new owners
of the hotel ... A surprise mis-
cellaneous shower for MrtJU
bert Zuckerman, the former
Lyr.ne Adler, was given by the
Business end Kofessional
Women's division of Hadassah
Tuesday evening at the home
of Miss Ilsa Frankel 1610
Drexel ave. Mr. and Mr.
Zuckerman honeymooned in
Havana following their mar-
riage las. Friday Mr. and
Mrs Abraham Baiman of Long
Beach, N. Y.. celebrated theu
34th wedding anniversary
Tuesdav with a dinner at the
Pomeroy restaurant. Alter-
wards, they were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rosenstein. The Bcimans
will return to New York today.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lessman
of Patterson. N. J. will cele-
brate their 35th anniversary at
an open house for friends and
relatives at 447 15th st. Sunday
from 4 to 7 pm. Their son.
Jack, here for the occasion, is
stopping at the Rite Carlton
hotel.
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Mrs. Edith Grossman, of York-
.. late of the Royal
-x the wife of Ex-
S Ralph Grossman, arrived in
Miami Tuesday. The Grossmans
will live with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Israel M, Grossman,
1333 Meridian ave. The couple
met at a dance and while "it
wasn't Iov< at first sight."
did think he was 'rite'' nice.
Another wife who has just ar-
rived is the English bride of Dr. '
Maurice Rich. They are in At- ,
right now visiting the
doctor's parents. Dr. Rich is
opening an office on the Beach
and will be in our midst a while.
The star attraction of the eve-
ning at the Beth David Purim
Ball seemi I to be that machine
that took those Coney Island pic-
tun Wi sure would like to
I Stanley Myers head-
ing that prop of the big. big fe-
male. Was that his Mother and
Father taking those laughing
shots with him?
Mrs. Ben Webber left this wei k
Noon Ceremony
Unites Weinkles
A family reunion will be occasioned by the Wefl.
Howard Marks to Miss Connne. Jaiie at 3 p.m. SundayT
a, Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will perfJJ
ceremony- j.v i .
Mr. Marks was recently discharged from the servic
spending 14 months in Europe as a sergeant. He 3
brother. Benjamin, entered the Army together three **.'
In the P-sence o he. f J^ Jived in Miami last week as new civilly
.lies and a feu close fro ^ gQW QCtion in lhe South Pacific, will be Chi
Rewie Goldstein and D. uwc They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mn,w??
Reggie
Htwton Weinkle were married at
high noon Sunday in the Sapph-
ire room of the Belmar hotel with
Rabbi Max Shap.ro official.
The bride was given in mar-
. age bv her father, Charles
Gi Idstein, and was attended by
Mrs. Leo Chaikin, sistei of
bridegroom, as matron of honor.
Carl Weinkl. was his brothei s
best man. returning the favoi Dr.
Weinkle p ;'"' him at h,s
weddii
Ushers were Di Barnej Wi
kle Sol Weinkle, William G
stem. Abe Aronovitz, E
Goldstei and Ji
A reci ption tollowi I I
mony in the Sa| phire i
which lun hi n -
:., hotel dinim: room.
I
best man. They
Kauffmans Announce
Daughter's Engagement
Mr and Mrs. David S. Kauff-
: Chicago, are announcing the
engagement 01 their daughter,
Miss Peggy Kauffmnn. to Ted
Richard Aronson, Yeoman 2-c,
son of Mrs Harold Aronson, 1600
Euclid ave.
-es Marks'
"Beach and New York
A design,.! and fashion,,
for New York department,
and motion pictures, Miss U
is the daughter of Mr ^i
Morris Jaffe of East Hsm,
Long Island, and 2300 AhaJ
She will be attended btV
Charlotte Black, maid oil
and Miss Sherry Gelles I
girl. A regular winter v'isM
Miami, the bride-elect att
[he bride-elect, a student at Miami Senior HiRh schocii
f tn et tne University of Miami
,,,. university ^Jf^J^ couple will live ft
a few days at Miami Beacch | Among the out-of-toini
where her parents are winter
>rs.
Mr. Aronson attended Michi-
at the wedding will i*
Breslau, Abraham Kannet
Hoffman, Mr. and Ma'
State college before entering j^^ Mr. .ndMriBhty
Navy and is now stationed in
Miami, No date has been set for
M Weinkle is the
of Mr and Mrs Charles Gold- the wedding._____________
WeTnkt!5parSenS T. 'mi SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
Mrs Louis Weinkl. ol 622 15th pQR DAVID HARRIS
St.
Ami ng the out f-l
at the wedding were Mr. and
Mrs. J Karlan. Mt. Vernon, N.
Y.: B. Silberstein, N< w York
city Mrs. Fannie Rosenberg,
Jacksonville: Isaac W< inkle, At-
lanta: Mrs. Sam Cooli y. Savan-
nah; Mr. and Mrs, J. H Hay!
New Yolk city.
Dr. and Mrs. Wi inkle left by
plane yesterday for Ni W i
where they will be at homi .it
118 East 93rd st.
Mrs. Henry Perlish.Ur.,
Mrs. Max Fiel. Mr. and Mri|
Marks, all of New York citjj
Miami Beach; Mr. and Mai
sell Adler. Yonkers, N. Y;|
and Mrs. J. Leonard,
N. Y. Also here for then
is the bridegroom's y
KALER-GORDICH
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
A trip to Havana followed the
wedding of Miss Elinor Gordich
and Herman I. Kaler Feb. 24 in
the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordich,
2130 S. W. Fourth ave. Mr.
Haiti's parents are the Morris
Kalers, 390 S. W. 22nd id.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated.
Attendants were Miss Toby St';
kin and Pfc. Jack Pollock". Miss
Miriam Kaler kept the bride's
book. Mr, and Mrs. Kaler, both
gi iduates of Miami High school,
are residing with her parents
porarily.
A surprise birthday party was I brother, Kenneth, who w
given for four-year-old David | the service shortly.
Sunday at the home of his
Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Harris, 1502 N. E. First ave.
David entertained 3(1 children at
a lawn party.
Guests included his grandpar-
Mr and Mrs. Joe Rosenthal,
pioneei Miamians, and his uncle
nt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
From out of town were
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brickman of
boro, N II.. and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Rosenberg. Pittsburgh,
Pa.
The bridegroom and his I
were entertained by their i
Mrs. William Remenyi, at 1
Ocean View hotel Saturday]
Mrs. Nathan Dubler, ecusaj
the two, and Mrs. Ernest I
assisted the hostess.
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PAGE THREE
trim Celebrants Have
\ance to Get Nylons
.Miami Hebrew School and
I Congregation of Miami an-
l that plans have been com-
(or their fnst annual
ball to be held Sunday
\ Moose Hall, 420 S.W.
L will a program of di-
fied entertainment and
ng t the music of Manny
k and Ins orchestra. Numer-
ics such as nylon hose,
I sterl.nR silver compacts.
Itherrare articles, will*
Vd. Tickets are $1.20 per
In tax included.
Crtalners include the Misses
L Meilm. Lucille Gold,
a Fox Beverly Cohen, Ber-
Sidle, Abbey Sunshine,
|otte Blumberg, Bunny
FORCE VETERAN
)S MISS ROHINSKY
m March 3 wedding of Miss
|c Rohinsky to King Dansky
[place at Beth Sholom Tein-
lith Rabhi Leon Kronish of-
ng. A reception was held
t Temple after the wedding,
ted by u dinner at Lillcy's
lirant.
bride is the daughter of
bnd Mrs. Morris Rohinsky,
iheridan ave. Mr. Dansky's
Cts are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
\y, 233 First st. Miss Be-
' Dansky was the bride's
of honor. Harry Dansky
kcsl man.
t. Dansky is a graduate of
Sriercial High school and
[Business aillefie, New Ha-
ionn. Mr. Dansky attended
ki Beach High school and the
irsity of Miami. He spent
nrears in the air force as a
l-of-town guests included
| S. Roskin, Mrs. Sarah
hsky, Mrs. Anna Dansky of
JYork city; Mr. and Mrs. B.
psky and daughter. Nina;
pind Mis. A. Rohinsky and
Rohinsky, of New Haven,
Ir. and Mrs. Harry Dansky,
eveland, Ohio.
JEMS WIN MUSIC PRIZE
Prize for the best musical per-
formance was awarded the Jems
chapter at a United Jewish
Music Week program given by
three B'nai B'rith girls' chapters
of Miami Beach on Feb. 27. The
Jems presented a choral narra-
tion.
The award was given by the
Beach B'nai B'rith lodge, whose
judges were Rabbi Albert Mich-
els, Mrs. Leo Huberman and Mr.
Mandell.
Also participating were the
B'nai B'rith Girls of Sholem
lodge, who gave a version of Kol
Nidre, and the Winx, who sang
Eli Eli.
The groups are now preparing
Purim Rifts to send overseas.
BEAR-SHAPIRO
Miss Pearl Shapiro of Fort
Lauderdale became the bride of
Max Bear Sunday evening at the
Alamac hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated at the ceremony
which was followed by a dinner
at Trotzky's restaurant. The cou-
ple left for a wedding trip in
Havana.
Trays
MYRON NEWMAN, President
Brand and Jean Brombcrg; and
Richard Schulman and Harvey
Rclman.
Tickets may be obtained from
the following: Mrs. Morris Ofso-
witz 2-2902; Mrs. Edward A. Moss
2-7115, arid Mrs. Herbert Feldan
3-6191, or at the door.
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trays in industrial and school
cafeterias to arouse Interest in
better balanced meals.
MISS SPORBORG VISITS
FIANCE'S FAMILY
Miss Margaret Anne Rothschild
Sporborg will leave tomorrow for
New Orleans to visit the family
of her fiance. Her engagement
to William Kling was announced
this week by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur j. Sporborg,
3701 Indian Creek dr. Mr. Kling
is the son of Paul Kling and the
late Mrs. Kling. The wedding
will take place this summer.
Miss Sporborg, a graduate of
MISS STEIN BETROTHED
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Pearl C. Stein to,
Fred Roseman was made this
week by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Grossman, 321 S. W.
Ninth ave.
Miss Stein was graduated from
Miami High school and attended
the Universities of Miami and
North Carolina. Mr. Roseman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rose-
man of Brooklyn and the Allen
hotel, attended New York uni-
versity and the University of
Miami.
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Miami Beach High school, at-
tended Sophie Newcomb college
in New Orleans and received her
degree from Webber college, Bab-
son Park, Fla. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Kling attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama where he was
a member of Zeta Beta Tau.

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(or her Carolina home after a.
month's visit th h*r son-
law and daughter. Mr. and M->
Albert A. Green.
We heard of people learning
something new but UtUe Bg
Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Lehman, is taking Ponu-
guese so that he won t forget
somethmg he already knows.
Billv learned to speak Po.u.-.
guese while he was down in
South America with his mother
and dad.
Helene and Sam Silver took
the plane to Birmingham Wed-
nesday to attend the wedding ot
her brother. Alvin Corenblum.
We're glad to know that Helene
is so much better after that spell
in bed. Her mother and father.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coren-
blum. returned to Birmingham
after making sure that their
daughter was all right.
We heard from a friend that
heard from a friend that Burl
Kahn, excuse me, Lieut. Com-
mander Kahn is due home soon
for a leave. Burt's cousin Art
is back already. Gertrude Marks
is glowing again since husband
Perry is out of service. Peter
Gelber is another fellow just out
of service. He was in the Philip-
pines.
Heien Rabe. recently returnee
to Miami, is working for Travel-
ers' Aid while Arthur is over-
seas in the Pacific. He is .'---
due back soon. Her mother ar.a
father, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith.
are here from Chicago for a few
weeks. The A Kr r, r.:,.:;
have a niece. Miss Sophie
visiting them frorr. New xork.
Dr. E. G. Blasberg. -; future
wife, Miss Marilyn Ur.c-.r. ::'
be in town March 25. Like
everyone else, they are look
for an apartment
Wolfs To Be Welcomed
At Open House Sunday
MRS. SIMON HONORED
Mrs. Lena Simon was unani-
mously elected a director of the
American Children's Home W I-
aesday night Mrs Simor,
been a memb
board of governors
14 years. She was as a
ber' of the state
for a numbe. I years having
; c n
v Ruth
Th \ wi-
. j :. ave., to >v
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ter
Two Jewish Leaders Elected To Board Of
Of Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Pis* the Wrenches!
Mrs. Jean Mahler. Mrs^ Sally
motor mechanic, ccu-ses^-r..^^
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Palm Beach
MBS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
Mrs. L. J. Rader,
Glade, is recu :: :; -;
serious h< art ailment
M u R ginaJ '' v : '
hei aui
.. Mrs. A -: : Fla'
Sam Diet; ; resi"
lenl is her* I r thi v inti
Charles Kapner, recently re-
... ... Army, has re-
. wife the former r-
n. Later they will
to Cocoa t eirhom<
Josselyn Lee has been discharg-
. | fi m the Navy He is the -
of Mi an I Mrs Harry A Lee.
; H nn. pn
f the F : "" "
t been i
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mmittee for t tatewidi i
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Mi rtin Dubbin
point' I local of the
L'nited J
Welcoming their parents back
as permanent residents. Mrs.
Harold G. Tobin and Mrs. Jasper
Cromer will hold an open h
for friends and relatives from 3
to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mrs. Cromer's
home. 429 S. W. 19th rd.
Their parents, Mr. and Ml
John Wolf, who lived in Miami
from 1920 to 1931, arrived re-
cently from Washington, D. C.
to make their home here. At
present, they are living with Mrs
Tobin at 552 Michigan ave. They
also have three sons in Washing-
ton and a daughter in New York.
At the time of their residence
here, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf were
active in charitable organizations
and Mr. Wolf was an officer of
Beth David congregation.
ROTHLEIN-RICHTMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Roth-
lein are at home at the Ever-
glades apartments, Miami Beach,
following their wedding Jan. 27
at Beth David. The bride is the
former Shirley Richtman, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Frieda Richtman, New
York. Mr. Rothlein, recently dis-
charged from the Army air forces,
is the son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein,
Taft hotel.
Miss Mui ell '.of New
York, is visiting hi i rs, Mrs
Fanr.ie Rj l< i 1 Mrs Pearl
Held nid : Eddie Ros-
env ''' Miss R sen-
Capt Maui Kleinberg ATS
flying chaplaii a strong
appeal I : lisplaced persons in
Europe at Friday evening serv-
' ices last week at Temple Beth El.
Mrs Fagii tess for the
social h -
Arch E
:-.. : an I I i '' '-
lei Fm
Ohio, an re i nt They
are plan:.:- I bus-
M
stein is thi tei f thi I
vich I
Beth El Sun I; > S plan-
ning a Purur. play : M rch 1"
at Scher hall. Coaching the child-
ren are Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel
nstein, Mrs. Ann Wacki
and Miss Anita Robbins.
Mrs Rose A resid-
: near Dixie.
Mrs J Mertz has returned to
!her h mi in Buffalo. NY.
;.. isit with her m thi Mrs.
i Gros.
The Beth-El Sisterho< hi
irse ii p and i
:.-. ility at S M
hall M th Mrs
N.J
lirectoi Mrs Hu tz is a
: the Natii nal W i

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ffiroT PILOT
SL^who WM killed April 12.
"a'^'Hu, M 8 B-29 tost flight, Will
,'t5 ^ 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
iu, NVbo cemetery.
Pii Greenfield, 28 years old at
thl time of his death, was a vet-
eran of 51 mis-
Lions as a Flying
Fortress pilot
with the 15th air
force in Italy.
He and eight
[,re w members
were killed
when an explo-
sion from an un-
known source
occurred during
a flight over Be- Lt. Greenfield
' ?h,'nv. Tex. U is believed that
I the flight was connected with an
atom bomb experiment.
A former contractor, Lt. Green-
fieid entered the Army in 1940
and served in Alaska before be-
ing ^t to Italy. He participated
In early shuttle bombing missions
to Russia and attacks on Ploesti,
Rumania, oil fields. Chief test
pilot at March Field, Barkadale,
La., when he was killed, he held
thf silver star, distinguished fly-
ing cross, air medal with five
oak leaf clusters and a presiden-
tial unit citation.
A native of Bridgeport, Conn.,
he came to Miami nine years ago
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Greenfield, 256 N.E. 117th
st. Five months before his death
he married the former Ruth
Kramer of Chicago.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
I Miami Beach Jewish Center, of
I which Lt. Greenfield was a mem-
ber, will officiate at the unveil-
ing ceremony. Sid H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company
is in charge of arrangements.
I Friends and relatives are asked to
I k | resent,
An A-l Job
For persons suffering building-
losses in disasters during- 1944-45
the Red Cross obtained priorities
for release of 44,330,000 board
feet of lumber having an approx-
imate value of $3,626,000. Pri-
orities for shingles, steel, screen
wire, plumbing, and other eo1 .>
ment were also obtained for dis-
aster victims.
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Awards Citations to K6 Reform Chaplains
Major General Luther D. Miller (left) Chief of Chaplains, U. S.
Army, and Rear Admiral William N. Thomas, Chief of Naval Chap-
lains, were guests of honor at the banquet of the 39th Biennial
Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at which
146 Reform Chaplains were honored with the presentation of a
special citation in recognition of war-time service to their country.
The citations were awarded each chaplain "for his valiant and
sacrificial service in the armed forces of our beloved country dur-
ing World War II; for his exemplification in action of the ideals
of Judaism; for his ministry of love extended to all, regardless of
creed, color or condition of life; for sustaining the morale and
Strengthening the spirit of our fighting men and women in the
titanic struggle to dethrone tyranny and hate and to enshrine
truth, justice, and peace in the world."
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junior varsity plays Milander
Market at 7 p.m. and the senior
team vies with the Coral Gables
AC. at 8 p.m. at Edison High
school.
The Y was to play Naval Re-
ceiving station for the cham-
pionship of the Municipal
league last night in a double
elimination contest.
Captain of the senior team is
Dave Lakowitz who is backed up
by college stars Moe Kinsbruner,
formerly of St. Johns, and Ben
Cramer, of Long Island univers-
ity. Other team members are
Seymour Gladstone, John Man-
ley, Manny Lubel, Judge Jack
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Women's division, for its Friday
Review 1:45 p.m. today at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein will analyze the
book which was written by Mich-
ael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn.
A joint Purim entertainment
will be given by the Miami and
Miami Beach Auxiliaries to the
Jewish Home for the Aged at
2 p.m. March 17 at the Home.
Rosen, Pete Rosenberg and Coach
Mike Rand.
Junior team members are Har-
lan Wiss, Jack Miller, Gene Hei-
man, Alan Gordich, Herbert
Hiisch, Simon Stern, Elmer Oli-
phant, Sharon Rossin, Eli Argen-
tar, Bernard Swichkow. Abe Cut-
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agcnry, jj,c
1
Zionist leaden in this
still believe that the
country
forthcoming World Zionli Con-
gress Will bo held in the United
.. even though the Jewish
5
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to
that each coul
civ
the large: c
vote the major part o.
bat each could and ;us, '-..'"..-.. ..-; severs, of
ivic and general needs :.o\z
he larger groups with .-- .-
Povnt
5
5 feet ai
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which will make oui surrc ...
live....... .;. numbei
Mcny. too many of oui ----- ;^*,jv^..=,"fl :- publicity
have programs which shew ::: -;--;" _.-.;_-.--;.
columns. They also feed --: ^.s- --"-
ized glorification. ........ .. --^ onq the
As publishers c: a weety ;;.-_. ',
first to realize the need advss :ges -~- ~_~ 'S^axe
publicity ana deserve--: tributes :' ~:- .-----
cmd ine devoted energy wastes ____._ ^ ._. ^
There is_ so much tc be osr.e be r.----- -
accomplished. _.__ .-.,
In the course of the next :ew "i energiS
liberty to enumerate projects one '----. ^ed in
of our many Jewish groups o ...... ."".'!
lieu of or in addition tc ------r---
PUR1M h w
Purim is a joyous day :r. _-. -- -*
the Jew has learned to make z :y c: ^ trsgeajM. .
recclls to us the attempt :: .-.:-. ear. aesaoy .....ww.
That attempt was frustrated : -e rissationjs: n--------sanu-
Serr.-.tisrr. has become cr. ::::; ......-
Herman's attempt to desrr totcJy defeated.
The modem Haman Hitler had alas mor success r.e almost
annihilated the Jewry :: s w.-.c.e :cr/ur.em
Who: -.her. .s the lessor v. Purim Is :: the! the attempts
against tne Jews ._. nways w :e:ec.ec u ~e ...... oi ------
happened in Europe we car. scarce.-.- say this .= its .~=s:r.
Rather Purim seem; tc tell us that slv lew .= b danger
No: always con a Queen Esthei s is 1: salvation is tc
come :: -us: come from me whole :: Jewry itself bebg aware
of the fact mat me day oi -.he brotherhood oi man has not arrived
yet, and mo: me Jew o; o minority ~i:y.e must always be
console-as c: this.



ictant 1
even thou
, nas decided to hold it in
Palestine can now be dis-
I that members of the Jew-
Agency originally suggested
I the Congress be convened on
';;", ., Ship in neutral waters some-
where "i the Mediterranean".
., uie question of holding
lhe Congress in the United States
,v, discussed, it was pointed out
lhat ,, would cost more than
10 to bring the Palestinian
ther delegates to America
On the other hand, the
nation of a large Am-
delegation to Palestine
vl.0Uld not cost the Zionist movc-
, anJ money, since it is taken
anted that each of the Am-
egatcs would pay h.s
. .,., and maintenance------
Yet there are Zionist leaden in
. LTnited States who maintain
,, lt iS a mistake to hold the
... m Palestine. They point
out that the proceedings of the
..... which usually gets a
| press" throughout the
will not receive as com-
prehensive coverage as usual in
the American press if it is held in
Palestine American cor-
ndents, they predict, may
down the Congress by "bal"
the news with Arab
which will, no doubt,
y Arab leaders in Pal-
to counteract the effect
of the Congress proceedings. .
They also believe that for po-
litical reasons tt would be much
more practical to hold the Con-
ica than in Pales-
tine. Esp< i ially since the Con-
will precede the session
: the UNO Assembly in New
: .: .
that "Yenai

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were
:. thi ; '
British Accused
.- \.EO FROM PAGE 1)
will be Dr. Abba Silver ,H
agree to serve. w1
DOMESTIC ISSUES
TheF.B. I. w,!l drop ,he w|
"Jew" or "Jewish" from -J
notices concerning criminaj:|
fugutives. Assurance l0 J
effect was given by the F ,1
headquarters to the Anti-D^l
tion league. .Washington!
also ordered the Federal Houa|
administration in New V0tk I
delete the question of racial*!
scent from forms used to sJ
information on individuals 4I
siring to build homes and seeb
credit. .
The bill to cut the immigrj^
quota in half, on which heard
are now being held beforej
House Immigration committal
not the only anti-immigratioc J
before Congress There
veral other bills. ..OneoltJ
ould suspend immigration !|
period of five years. .. Anofcl
would suspend it for ten yean I
A third would not permit iml
gration at any time, if moretiil
100,000 American citizens ij
unemployed. ..
Frederick K 1 s t e r, noton ]
anti-Semite, who is attempt^
build a "Christian" organiaJ
of war veterans, intends to J
for Congress. .He has WI
petition from one of Chicajnl
congressional districts.
"International Jew," once pi
lished by Henry Ford, has 1
removed from libraries in Cs
tralia, 111. .How about remoJ
it from libraries in other All
erican cities?.....
post in the pi
mcil of
the RhinelandI :
. ... :
:
t h the N
.:.,. t< nt en their
:
' York by only a week or two. .
And finally, they are of the opin-
n that the propaganda value
fai as the American public is
ncerned would be of immense
importance to the entire Zionist
.....
an
: they
: 11
H .' are not 0
I by thi Brit
I zom
-
...
thi bills for N
Unit Action
ION! "..D FROM PACE ONEi
were the Congress held in
this country,
ZIONIST TRENDS
Bchind-the-scene campaigns for
I > the new World Zion-
ist Exei utive, which is to take
t the forthcoming Zionist
. are already under way..
It' been exactly nine years since
to the World Zionist
itive and to the executive
thi Jewish Agency were held
.During these nine years the
Zionist movi ment in America
I real strength and Ins-
tance. .. .But there is actually
an among the members
th. Wo: Id Zionist Executive.
was only recently, at the first
posl war Zionist conference in
London, that American Zionist
-0] ted as members
the executive, but primarily
and to deal with the American scene
thi Zionist movement .
At the forthcoming Zionist
1 ngress, the American Zionists
I intend to demand quite a number
.1 .. ______I t World Executive.
Nazis Extracted Gold
From Prisoners' Teeth
estin
n
'.
;
II I It
be one of the rea-
! the present
leaders insisted on
dmg thi Congress in Palestine,
than in the United States,
etition for seats in the
t will be chiefly between
' Ai m and Palestine lead-
' thi -, two countries
' Pillars of the entire
ent.
A
LONDON (JTA)-The Sal
extracted 17 tons of gold bi
the teeth of some 4,000.000 p
pie, mostly Jews, whom '*
gassed at Oswiecim, Leon
newspapers covering the tmi
Bruno Tesch at Hamburj i|
ported this week.
The statistics were given itsj
trial by a Rumanian Jewish i
tor. Charles Sigismund "
who was an inmate at the as]
from 1943 to 1945, and who (
mated that more than a rcM
people were gassed during tj
time he was at Oswiecim
Tesch, who is a partner ml
firm of Tesch and StabenotJI
accused of having supplied S|
gas used in the extcrminatis
the Jews. The books of thecal
sole distributors of the 1&H
veal a profit of 92,000 marksr
ing 1941 from the sale of I
product, which Tesch claiB"
had "naturally assumed*
used for extermination vents
ARAB LEAGUE
Nr and Mrs. William N. Ber-
scn 24CC S. W. 21st st., an-
nounce the birth of their dauqh-
ter, Susan Laura, at St. Francis
hospital Feb. 26. Mrs. Berson
18 corresponding secretary of
Kadimah chapter, Pioneer
Women s Organization Mr
and Mrs Arthur Singer' 2101 ,*' i,lso develoP
Bay dr., Normandy Isle, are he w2L*3
the family of Mr. and Mrs Her-
bert Cohen of the Dorchester 2
hotel She was born at Jack- tT\ '"" l"'**'1 Zl"< <*
Memorial hospital Ml/r"ct'1 wpresentative. It 1
Pfll- lammed that the General Z.onist
son
.numvirate
Dr. Weumann
Tins triumvirate
"' of one General
one
will be
WOUNDED MENFflBl
Miami doesn't ^^'[11
wounded veterans -static*?
the Biltmore hospital
parties this week are eviaO"!
that.
Twenty soldiers were
of the Langer Construction'
pany Monday evemnMl
Copa Cabana. 0n *52!
ningMr.andMrs.Marf
piro, of 4585 Alton rd..^|
to a group of solders Jtgja
Tuesday evening the CoWOJ
was the scene of the part? ^
by Mrs. Morns SsnrfJ
Sea Isle hotel for a**"* ]
of wounded men.
Transportation to "-- yd
is provided by the Am- J
Abe Katz is instrumental 1
ranging theevwits^^
'DEAR IVAj^ij
Approximate j"^, )A
correspondence ti Za m
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member, in tnu ^^J^
l.rod sfr.ee Ill
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JAY. MARCH 8. 1946
passah Wins
jgional Award
vith 8 merrdleT.hip of 1.000
, Greater Miami chapter of
dassah won the southeas-
regional membership
gj jhe Tampa confer-
\Z this week. The local
Lpier received the award
, having the largeit propor-
pate increase in member-
Abraham Goodman, presi-
I accepted the award on be-
|'of Mrs. Matilda Ratnor and
Ralph Cohen, membership
Irmen. Mrs. Alex Van
laten and Mrs. Sol Leslie
elected to the regional
,rious phases of Zionism and
sh thought will be treated
symposium to be presented
meeting of Hadassah 2 p.m.
lay at Bi-th Jacob synagogue.
ipants will be Harry
iihoff, who will speak on
Iral Zionism; Abe Gannes,
Zionism; Mrs. Dorothy
er Fink, other aspects of
h thought. Mrs. Max Dobrin
>e moderator.
estions and discussion from
mdience will be included in
irogram. Refreshments and
ial hour will follow the
>erman to Play
| Special Concert
onislaw Huberman, violinist
founder-conductor of the
fctine Symphony orchestra,
(appear in a special concert
jrday evening, March 23, un-
the auspices oLthe Greater
m Jewish Curwral commit-
event, to be held at the
m Bestch High school, is not
[ of the committee's regular
Duman has gained fame
r'ghout the world for his art-
and technique. He is an
ht Zionist.
pets, priced at $1.50 plus
nay be obtained at the Mi-
\ Beach Y. Bureau of Jew-
lucation, Amidon's in Miami,
|s Bros.' Beach store, Miami
Radio Co. (1219 Lincoln
)i thi Normandy Isle school
| Biarritz dr.).
*Jewisti tkrH, ir
PAGE SEVEN
:hik concert
kcts [in the concert of
br P, Pinchik have gone on
f\ the Miami Beach Jewish
whose Sisterhood will
or the affair at the Miami
Hih school the evening
krch 19.
ktor Pinchik is a noted in-
fcter of liturgical synagogue
Came Chests
Ire than 5,000 recreation
filled with games, puizles,
and books have been sup-
by community groups all
the country working through
ican Red Cross camp and
Ital councils. These chests
(been shipped to all overseas
rs for distribution by Red
field directors to troops in
' occupation unite.
JST PUBLISHED
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FAITH
Sermons
Hope and Courage
|Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner
tri<;e $2.50
lf Abraham Book Fund
[ Souih Ferry Street
Albany 2, N. Y,
"SOS" Supplies Help Jewish Survivors
THESE ARE THE THINGS THEY NEED: Candles, to critically needed
by the Jewish survivor* overseas, are among the essential items being
sought in the nationwide S.O.S. Collection, emergency project of the Joint
Distribution Committee to provide 20,000,000 additional pounds of relief
for the 1,400,000 surviving Jews in continental Europe. Total darkness
sets in early during the winter months and when daylight fades into night,
here is no friendly light to lift the gloom. Living conditions in displaced
persons centers and other temporary shelters do not include electricity
or any of the facilities that are taken for granted in American homes. In
addition to candles, canned food, clean warm clothing, blankets, medical
supplies and comfort items for daily use are needed with equal urgency.
Sweaters displayed at this S.O.S. Collection Depot were hand-knitted by
women's group* participating in the nationwide drive for supplies.
Polish Refugees Report
Anti-Semitic Violence
VIENNA (WNS)A descrip-
tion of recent acts of violence and
murder against Jews in Poland
and Silesia during the month of
February was given here this
week by a group of 20 recently
arrived Jewish refugees from
Poland.
Some of the group, coming from
Gleiwitz, Silesia, said on Feb. 26
they had been in the market
place when they learned that a
Jewish family had been attacked
in a nearby house. One of them,
Shalom Weiler, said that he im-
mediately went toward the house
which, he added, was surrounded
by police at that time. He learned
that before the police arrived,
the three men entered the house,
killing the occupant, Schwartz-
bach, and his daughter and seri-
ously wounding his wife and
mother. Mrs. Schwartzbach later
died of the injuries. Schwartz-
bach, the witness added, had as-
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at the board meeting of the Bu-
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Thursday at Beth David. Rabbi
Leon Kronish heads the educa-
tion committee.
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JERUSALEM (JTA)The Pal-
estine government and British
military authorities are recon-
sidering their decision to bring
German war prisoners to Pales-
tine for work on military in-
stallations, it was reliably re-
ported here. Rumors that war
prisoners have already been
brought into the country are said
to be incorrect.
sumed a non-Jewish name in or-
der to make it easier to secure
employment.
Supporting Weiler's statement,
the rest of the group said that
1,800 of 2,800 Jews in Gleiwitz
had left because of fears of at-
tacks.
Dr. David Smoller of Cracow
said that the government was not
responsible for the anti-Semitic
outbreaks. Polish police, he
added, gave full protection to the
Jewish hospital against repeated
attacks.
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PAGE EIGHT
First J. D. C. Photos from Shanghai

Occupy to Show Speed
At Tropical Tomorrow
Occupy, speed marvel owned
by Mr. and Mrs. John Marsch of
Chicago. *ill essay to go over a
distance for the first time this
wintei il !" ccePt8 his weIght
assignment In the $7,500 added
Coral Gables, of one mile and a
sixteenth, at Tropical Park on
day. The fleet son of Bull
Dog confined his racing to aprtoto
81 Hialeah, where he won his
last three in a row.
However, Occupy demonstrated
his ability to go on before. At
Pimlico he won two races over
,,,. distance as the major
week-end attraction. The veteran
FRIDAY, MARCHa J
Lavton again h:is becn engjw
Fred W. Hooper's ,...
esteemed Triumphal rn '
a Kentucky Derby ^
Trainer Ivan Parke, ^ *
his long-awaited debut uT
silks in an overnight racT
Tropical Park on Tuesday, ft*
chased as a yearling for $26-
the son of Blenheim n Was
raced as a juvenile.
"He has done all asked
training," said Parke today ^
is a good colt. Well test hj,
thoroughly at Tropical" itw.
be recalled the Hooper silks *,
carried triumphantly m therwL,
of 1945 by Hoop Jr.
Ml
,mpri,oned .hen A. hmmm e^-red S^eU^^
$100,000 monthly join. 6T.tr ibut.on Comlee reJ'fJBW sjf, ^ ou, wi.h
thrre even afler the Jap* herded hem nto **el ... I he. fireJni her coal in the Hon*kew
him on hi, return to .he United Slate. .. :;^1,,r;(\;i phetto. Above, top. Sieel (in civ. iin rail) h Am An'u J fcwfah ^
$100,000,000 for tcr>ca needs, refugees and Palestine.________________________________---------------
SARDI'S TO OPEN
Sardi's Self-Sen.
545 41st St., Mian i
open tomorrow under the owi
ship of G. Greenspan. Air
ditioned. the restaurant s
with a seafood bar. Baking is
done on the premisi -
Associated with Mr. Gn i n
. Kai ndN M N
restaural S
Tasty Exhibits
Food exhibits and films used
by the Red Cross Nutrition & rv-
ice stress the importance of good
food for healthful living.
DIXIE RECAPPING
Certified Recapping with
SflBERLING materials. f
Quality construction and I*"
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Stricken Areas Receive
$150,000,000 Relief
The American Red Cross has
provided civilian relief consisting
v( food, clothing, medical sup-
1 lii 8, and other items in 48 war-
stricken areas since 1939. By
the end of the war, goods and
services valued at nearly $150,-
0 had been made available
1 y and through the American Red
i in cooperation with the
rnment and various relief
&g ni ies.
Many have asked the Red Cross
to continue its supplementary
emergency relief program.
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*Jenisti fhriHtr
PAGE NINE
lippinewsletter
is Learned Anti-Semitism
md Hand, Miamian Reports
eterday,
on
Feb. 10, we held memorial services at the
A year ago, the American soldiers who lie
_ ntrxv** liKftrf^tnH R/lr-*nilj-> *. 1 l________- 1
B'rith Women
Separation
I B'rith Women will sepa-
bo two groups in Miami
ami Beai i ;it the end of
|cordiriu to Mis. Benjamin
president. However,
may belong to either
irs, Landau said.
ting ti'i decision to di-
bs. Landau appointed Mrs.
losenth.il and Mrs. Irving
J ler in organiz-
|Be;icl: group. Other mem-
i to be appointed to this
lee which will apply for
Ir at the annual Women's
on. Charter membership
I for the Beach group.
present offi-
II continue to serve until
ration is made,
nation of officers for the
pganizati m will be made
etinfi 8 p.m. Tuesday at
ni Elks' club. Mrs. Har-
man. Ml Sam Goldman,
|V Seidler, Mrs. Alex Co-
Mrs S B. Miller corn-
It -- ting committee.
pi"'1 of supplies to be sent
i is the current project of
bi B ;. Women. A re-
Is" foi canned Roods
ip at Beth David.
: dical supplies
cemeteries. j~ 3~- ---------------- mw no
I at the military cemetery, liberated Manila at the cost of
s A year ago, the 100 Jewish civilians whose remains
lied in Manila's Cemeterio del Norte, were massacred
ie Japanese had to leave Manila in defeat.
ie massacre of the 10 per cent of Jewish people in Manila
L, aue to a planned program of extermination as it was in
ty. Faced with imminent defeat, the Japanese were
They grew savage and sacked, burned, pillaged, mur-
dered in their last few days in
Manila and made no distinctions
as to their victims. In fact, the
greatest horror was perpetrated
against some 50.0000 Filipinos
who were in the "Walled City"
(old section of Manila).
What then was the Japanese
attitude toward the Jewish peo-
ple during "peaceful" days of oc-
cupation? The answer is that
the Japanese had a policy of
"second hand anti Semitism"
which they learned from their
allies, the Nazis.
Prof. Arthur Ruppin tells of
the Japanese government cabling
Hitler in 1936: "We are estab-
lishing a chair in anti-Semitism
in Tokyo university. Please send
us some Jews." This is a pointed
anecdote, for it shows that the
Japanese had little contact with
Jews and only got their anti-
Semitism second hand from Ger-
many.
Before Hitler's ascent to power
there were hardly any Jews in
Japan. During Hitler's regime,
many refugees from Germany and
Europe fled to all corners of the
globe. Some settled in Kobe,
Japan, some in Shanghai, China!
and some in Manila.
In his book, "Until They Eat
Stones," Russel Brines relates
that "responding to German re-
quests, ihe Japanese in 1943 de-
creed the segregation of the Euro-
pean Refugee Jews, who received
sanctuary in Shanghai after 1940.
Jews lived in specified areas,
ghettoized ."
In Manila, the situation was
different. Manila is a Babel of
many peoples. The Japanese
therefore had difficulty in segre-
gating all the various elements.
So theV took the easiest way out
and imprisoned Americans of all '
faiths (among them some 30 Jew-
LE UNVEILING
HELD SUNDAY
Pint; of memorials to a
B n who died within
Pj other will be
Tit. Ni bi cemetery Sun-
monuments memorial-
ary Gottlieb, 1343 Mer-
? who died June 17, and
J Barney Gottlieb, 1730
|n St., who passed away
?veiling will take place
nth Rabbi Irving Lehr-
;. Sid H. Palmer of
m Monument company is
Ke of arrangements,
land relatives are asked
pent.
fu LTarbulh Ivrith,
quaking circle, will
p.m. Sunday at the
lEUIIH, BERK
SHOW FOLKWAYS
IN NOVEL DANCES
Novel, for Miami, was the in-
terpretation of Jewish emotion
through the medium of dance, as
presented by Delakova and Berk
on the 'Jewish Cultural commit-
tee's program Sunday evening.
Most dramatic offering was the
opening suite in which "Two of
Our People" were depicted des-
perately fleeing from brutality
in Europe to the freedom of Pal-
estine. The transition from fu-
tility and terror to resolution and
happiness was clear and moving,
but, as in a major part of the
program, the dancers were dis-
turbingly mechanical. The very
feelings they portrayed have a
fineness of character that deserv-
ed a more refined treatment.
In the Palestinian numbers, the
pair showed greater polish and
grace. The "Hora" was especi-
ally well done and contained the
natural gesturing and motion
that is inherent in it.
Of the solo numbers, Mr. Berk's
"Meditation"with the broad
rhythms of Chassidismwas
most enjoyable. Miss Delakova
was at her best in "Lullaby," in
which she displayed the tender-
ness of maternal affection.
The dancers were accompanied
at the piano by Miss Sylvia Mar-
shall, whose understanding of
Jewish folk music was an added
contribution to the program.
It is lare that the local com-
munity has the opportunity of
seeing Jewish concert dancing.
Yet Jewish expression is so adapt-
able to the terpsichorean art.
Throughout the history of the
Jewish people, dancing has play-'
ed an important role in our cul-
ture as an anodyne, a natural
outlet for joy and sorrow. It is
to be hoped that Sunday eve-
ning's lecital was the inaugura-'
tion of greater local interest in
this art form.Selma Thompson,
dance editor.
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Sidney G. Kusworm, national treasurer of B'nai B'rith, will
be guest speaker at the next meeting of Sholem Lodge, 8 p.m.
Tuesday evening, at the Miami Elks' lodge, 9 N. E. Third ave.
A prominent Dayton (Ohio) attorney, Kusworm has been a mem-
ber of the national executive committee of B'nai B'rith since 1921.
He is a member of the American Bar association, is past exalted
ruler of the Elks, past district deputy grand exalted ruler for
Ohio, and past president of District Grand Lodge No. 2, B'nai
B'rith.
He is chairman of the national American commission of
B'nai B'rith and trustee of theo--------------------------------------------------
Leo N. Levi Memorial hospital, -^ w. .
Hot Springs. Ark.; the National \Jx. Wise Celebrates
Birthday With AJC
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will cele-
brate his birthday a week in ad-
vance with members of the
American Jewish Congress,
Women's division. The organiza-
tion will be host to Dr. and Mrs.
Wise at a luncheon Sunday at the
Beachcomber.
Program for the event will in-
clude the invocation by Mrs.
Moses Krieger and musical selec-
tions by Miss Rosemary Gerson,
vocalist, and Miss Frances Druck-
erman, pianist. Miss Gerson, a
former Miami resident, is visit-
ing here from New Jersey. Dr.
and Mrs. Wise are both scheduled
to speak.
Dr. Wise will be guest speaker
Sidney g. kusworm at Temple Beth Sholom's services
Jewish Hospital for Consump- this evening.
tives, Denver, and the Cleveland
Jewish Orphans' home.
World War II veterans who are
members of the Miami lodge will
be honored by the membership
in a formal ceremony. Approxi-
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Jewish fh rid far
PAGE ELEVEN
L.ve Tho
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private Beac^and Pool
private Parking Space
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Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
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Unsung Heroines
EL*? thp lengthening list
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Smothers; some left
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John Garfield is nursing a set
of mighty sore fingers these days
from fiddling at least eight hours
per day in preparation for his
portrayal of the violin virtuoso
in Warner's "Humoresque," now
before the cameras. Years ago
his parents tried to make him
take lessons on the same instru-
ment, but finally gave up in dis-
gust when he showed a decided
preference for rough housing
with the tough kids in his neigh-
borhood!
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Services to men In veterans
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building golf courses; "PP^"*
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outdoor patios, poo". toWe&J?nxt
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entertainments for hospitalised
veterans-
224 W. Flagler St.
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EXCLUSIVE GRECIAN CUISINE
THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN MIAMI
Owned and Operated by Harry N. Zapanles
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Our Dining Room Is Now
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National Director
To Address Hillel
Sparks from the Jewish An-
vil" will be discussed by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, nati i
tor of B'nai B'rith Youth
izations and Hillel found.
at the University ol Mii
House T pm. Wednesday
meeting is 0] publil
Han
refreshments will b< -
members of B'nai B'r::h W
Recently elecK i
lei are Fern Mati -
Gordon Pred. vici pres
Audrey Stern, secretary-; s
Lewis, rresi n ling
Alex Go!
Irving Gering r
lelite.
A new Hillel pi ject is
showing of sound
ious content asioi
day evenings.
| Home Group Prepares
For April Elections
Api intment oi """*
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totheJ Home for 1
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HADASSAH SPONSORS
'SPIRIT" PRODUCTION
"Blithe Spirit.' he Noel
Coward Broadway hit will be
presented by the Booth Bay
Players April 8 at the Miami
Beach Senior high school
The production will be giv-
en under the auspices of the
Greater Miami chapter of Ha-
dassah.

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BENEFIT CHAIRMAN
BPW Holds Bingo Party
Continuing its series of fund-
raising projects for the Ha-
dassah medical organization,
the Business and Professional
Women's division will hold a
bingo party 8:45 p.m. Sunday
in the card room the Arlington
hotel. 455 Ocean dr.
Arrangements have been
made by Edyth Fleischer,
chairman, and Jack Lowe,
hotel manager. Mrs. Kwasha is
in charge of donations. Prizes
have been contributed by
Greater Miami merchants.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, chairman
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
Purim dance, announces that
raised at the affair will be
used to improve the Temple's fa-
cilities Tickets may be reserved
: v calling the Temple office,
9-1757, or Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn,
3-8U74!
Cantor Plans Concert
First annual i t spoi
by Cant i A, I man and the
Beth Da lulcd
April Betl :
i
will be a University 11 Miami
thi Jewish
I
Hospital Committee
To Survey Local Needs
Following a recent all-day con-
ference with Dr. E. M. Bluestone,
.,1 director of the Monte-
fion hospital of New York, the
rary citizens' hospital com-
mittee i.^ making plans for an ex-
ive survey of local medical
needs,
Charter of the hospital group
will be signed Monday. Dr. Blue-
outlined the general prob-
of founding a Jewish hospi-
tal in Miami at the conference.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, commit-
men ber, was host to the
group .it the White House hotel.
Max Orovitz is temporary
in of the committee.
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Japs Learnei
(CONTINUED p
ROM
'*m.
ish families) in w,
centration ca^jJ
"enemy nationals'" **,L
rested. M* a*]
The Jewish refuee- ,
who had German EL?1-
at first regarded b ^
as Germans. Th, r^*
were also unmolesff
Russia and Japan J,
-;
war.
The 800 German W
gees were Boon \-inl S
-ond hand ant,-^
Nazi reeommendation CiL
ese started to stamp dZI
German refugees wfthl j
stateless Jew."
Anti-Semitism was cl.
great naivete. The jJJJ
tually disliked ,he iffj
heor.es because they bj
they, themselves, were?
ans" and that <.niy mihuJ
made them acceptable .1
Nazis.
An interesting inauatel
how a ridiculous lie canbl
lieved by ifinorant peopLj
shown in the instance whj
civilian, Rabbi Schwartz ial
man refugee) was called i
Japanese authorities and i
"Where are your headn
Where do you Jews
orders from now? We,
stand that your headqi
used to be in Jerusalem aij
your Jewish international!
quarters are transferred!
United States."
Insistence by the rabbi nj
was employed by the Mamlai
ish community and that l|
no orders from the U. S. drij
avail. These officials had!
indoctrinated with the Naal
ries that utilized the lie <
"Protocols of the Elders o!2
and the rabbi was impriscoel^
a few days of questions
The Japanese had no i
policy on treatment of J(
cause of the proportionately!
number of Jews in their I
tones and any anti-Semitism!
developed was through Nb(
torship. This shows the i
the tentacles of the Nazi e
Especially when wc
fact that after the Nan I
been defeated in Europe, t
main export. "Jew hatred,'!)
came ascendant in the Farl
do we realize the danger i
ism.
Now that the Japanese)
feated, it doesn't mean thai
second hand anti-Semitismij
defeated. Only last monA|
only council-woman in
wrote a letter to the ne
"Manila Times." filled
venom against the Gunnel
ish refugees. She sounWJ
dangerous note of 'the
pines for the Filipinos-
familiar, doesn't it-
Proper handling of that
hand anti-Semitism resuWI
her resignation. Aside fn|
proper newspaper answer,'
ranged for a committee of i
can soldiers, who were
selves German refugees. I
available for an interne*'
the lady. J,
I cite the above exaroP*]
cause it is wrong to be^
optimistic. It is the
American Jews to MJ
vestiges of Fascism 'W
the by-products of grow-
and anti-Semitism, and".
tinue the battle of TJP
which the war was fouPJ
COLMAN A. ZW TM-^.
Chaplain (OH
CENTER TO ELECT
Election of offiet|Jy
ami Jewish Center m""
p.m. Monday at *J'
lion building. Swu" |
land has been nom
reelection.
Chief Pelfy |*"Jbj
Wax. on terminal ie^JSJ
his wife and Igg}
their home. Nine Pa"" |
Gables. Wax has t*"^i
Coast Guard since I* J
viously was active
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JAY. MARCH 8, 1946
+Jelstncrl PAGE THIRTEEN
ith Our Film Folks -
By LEON GUTTERMAN
(opyright. 1946, Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency Inc.)
Expand.nM the policy that
Lugh, Warner bros. ten new
during 1948. Jack L. Warn-
Announced an intensified drive
the discovery of new faces
the development of stellar
tent in Hi- Warner Bros, ranks.
Lave impetus to the program
naming eight young featured
ly.rs to receive top-role
Dining this year.
*
Danny Kaye, whose antics in
lulon some years ago were
Shouldered by night club-
established a new attend-
: this week at Lon-
i Leicester Square theater
i Goldwyn's "Wonder Man."

lack Benny will serve as tech-
advisoi ">i "Always Keep
?m Laughing," his life story,
bcli Warm rs will picturize un-
Prodm* r Jerry Wald's super-
Ion. The story, in which Hum-
art has been set to por-
the comedian, will face the
heras late this summer.

. script of "Abie's Irish
e," just completed by Anne
Ihols. h is been submitted to
tl Luk..s. now relaxing at
Springs. Paul has been
bed lor the role of Solomon
tv in the picture.
*
Lichtman, resigning vice
Bidftit of Metro-Gold wyn-
yei lio, will have to lay
treen $25,000,000 and $30,000,-
i on the line if he carries out
(current ambition to purchase
lt< (I Artists Studio. Indica-
fi that he will be able to
OVi r th'' distribution organ-
linn provided he offers suffi-
pt cash. And while his dicker-
to date have been confined
hi his talks with Mary
k: thei UA stockholders,
|udin both Charles Chaplin
Davi i ii. Sclznick are aware
v\ transpiring.

hen no truth to the report
[i Jessel, who has made
many appearances at the
tte H e and other Washing-
banquets, will be appointed
pi Seneral! And, by the
G orgie says that Bing
sby refuses to make another
like "Going My Way" and
|1 31 Mary's" unless they
fv a CARDINAL!

Bui Henried's projected apart-
Pj modeled after those
Vienna, with each unit facing
rden ai i having plenty of
spat.- for children. Veterans
havi priority on the apart-
ifs, i specially those with
Bren and pets.

I I post-war screening in
l'"'li of a Goebbels' black-
took place over the
-end at the Luitpold theater
Warner's "Dr. Ehrlich's
lc Bullet." starring Edward
Robinson, and preceded by a
ny reinstating Dr.
ich on the German
profession's scroll of

I*1'- incorrigible "Baby
?*> celebrates her silver an-
fMry this month. Com-
pw Fanny Brice, star of the
lounday program, introduced
F'ruble Tot to the Palace
|F* (N. Y.) vaudeville audi-
1 JUsl 25 years ago!
.
fcrfeJ0Dias P'ays a sailor in
Pd The Sailor" at RKO. A
r wh Pathetically hates the
pnu longs for life ashore. Ac-
!; ln [eal life, George turns
dl he sight of the ocean!

Mrlcs Vidor and Columbia
fw -n- tiffing, with the direc-
ting instructed his attor-
" U7 to void his contract
Wh Ci"Pany- U a11 took
Inei p,,Ullu''wh0 di^cted
Ttw H'1^ Hayworth film
"Gilda," wanted to take his wife
to a sneak preview of the pic-
ture. A Columbia executive in-
formed him that as his wife was
the daughter of Harry Warner,
head of an opposition studio, he
didn't think it right that she at-
tend the showing. Vidor burned
and said he would like to get out.
Then a day later he got a regis-
tered letter saying that as he was
the director of the picture he
could be present, but it again was
pointed out that his'wife couldn't.
So that blew the works and Vi-
dor wants his freedom!
*
The Hollywood Bowl associa-
tion has announced that an an-
nual award of one thousand dol-
lars will be offered, starting this
summer, for a composer whose
work is as "indigenous to Amer-
ica as was the music of George
Gershwin." Known as the Gersh-
win Memorial Award, the prize
is open to native or naturalized
American citizens. Compositions
must be suitable for playing by
a symphony orchestra, and they
may or may not be with solo
voices and chorus or instrumental
solos. All entries must be sub-
mitted in manuscript form not
later than May 1.

The Marx Brothers will find
appreciative audiences when "A
Night In Casablanca" is released.
All those who have been incon-
venienced by the hotel and hous-
ing shortage will howl when
Groucho, as a hotel proprietor,
tells an Arab: "I'm sure you'll
find our tents very comfortable.
They have four exposures.
There's a floor in every room
a mattress on every floorand a
prayer rug on every mattress. If
you don't sec what you want,
just get down on the rug and
pray for it."
Obituaries
Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Fla. Regional Director, ADL
and contrasting
Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon for Samuel
Miller, 55, who died at his home,
1919 S. W. 17th st., last Friday
after a heart attack. Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro with the Rev. Maurice
Mamches, officiated at the ser-
vices which were held in the
Gordon Funeral home. Burial
followed at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Mr. Miller came to Miami 18
years ago from Brooklyn and was
associated with National Brands.
He was financial secretary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation and a board member of
the Miami Hebrew school and
junior congregation.
Interesting
news items:
A Miami Beach taxicab driver
of the Jewish faith delivered a
woman passenger to her destina-
tion and later discovered she had
eft an expensive, imported black
leather purse in his cab. With-
out opening the purse he took it
the Miami Beacch Traffic bureau.
The police sergeant, upon open-
ing the purse, found it contained
$23.00, as well as identification of
the owner. The owner's residence
was a hotel long known for its
un-American, restrictive policy

In Pearsall, Tex., Willie Pena,
a United States citizen of Mexi-
can descent, who left his left arm
in France, cannot join his own
home town American Legion
post. He was told that the Pear-
sall post has a right to make its
own rules for membership and
that Mexicans are not permitted
to join.
On the same page of the news-
paper which carried this item ap-
peared a United Press release
that the Congressional Medal of
Honor has been awarded post-
humously to a Mexican, Pfc.
Manual Perez, Jr., native of Ok-
lahoma City. This Mexican hero
killed at least twenty-three Jap-
anese in a successful whirlwind
assault on an enemy pillbox in
Luzon.
The Pearsall post should read
the citation awarded to this
Mexican American. "Through his
courageous determination and
heroic disregard of grave danger,
Perez made possible the success-
ful advance of his unit toward a
valuable objective and provided
a lasting inspiration for his com-
rades."

Rank's rantings may adversely
affect the economical growth of
his state. Under the heading "If
it's in Mississippi, then profit
isn't everything," appears an item
concerning an invitation extend-
ed by the Mississippi Agricultural
Industrial board to a resident of
another state to locate his flour-
ishing industry in Mississippi.
The non-resident's rejection of
the offer explains, "I sincerely
believe that the vast mass of
people in your state are good
people, patriotic, honest and re-
ligious. But we do not hear about
them; instead we read about the
bigoted doings of your Honorable
Congressman Rankin and Sena-
tor Bilbo, two men who are do-
MARX
IjouLs N. Minx, 61, aem merchant
who came here tx years ;**<> from
N.u York city, died at his rexlilemr.
L'sao Pali-green dr., Miami Beach, Mon-
day after u brief lllnens. Surviving
are IiIm wife. Mrs. 1'earl Marx; daugh-
ter. Ml.ts Dorothy Marx, both of
Miami Beach, and sister. Mrs. Jessie
Frank of l.os Angeles. Calif. Services
in Qordon Kuntral home chapel Wed-
nesday were loilowed by burial in Mt
Ne!x> cemetery.
MANTELL
Mrs. Anna Mantell. 47. died last
Wednesday in the Mantell 1'laza hotel.
Miami Beach, owned by her husband.
John. She came from New York 21)
years ago. In addition to her hus-
band, she leaves two daughters. Mrs.
Sally Rayleaberg and Miss Ciioria Man-
tell. and a son. Murray, all of Miami
Beach. Berrloea were held Friday in
Hiverside Memorial chapel. Uurlal
OH in Mt. Nebo cemetery.
SILBERMINTZ
Mrs. Sarah Silbermlntz. .",6. formerly
of New York city, died at :,4 Euclid
ave., Miami Beach, Monday afternoon
after a heart attack. She is survived
by her husband. Henjamln Silb.i -
mints: two sons. Henry and Sidney
Sllbei inintz, and two daughters. Hetty
Wohl and Carrie Zirl. all of Miami
Beach. The body was sent to New
York by Hiverside Memorial chapel.
KURZROK
Max Kurzrok. 74. dltrd Sunday at
his home. 611 S. W. 26th rd. He came
from New York seven years MO and
leave* his wife. Mrs. I-ena Kiimri*.
and a daughter. Miss Blather O. Kun-
rok. both of Miami: two sons and a
brother. The body was shipiHMl to
Brooklyn by the Uordon Funeral home.
Woman's Angle
Red Cross Production Corps
volunteers make layettes for ma-
ternity hospitals and dress dolls
for child patients. They also
make children's garments for dis-
tribution to disaster victims ana
others in need.
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Miami Beach
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Religion in Schools
To Be P-TA Topic
"Religious Education in the
Public Schools" is the subject of
the panel discussion to be heard
at the meeting of the Beth David
Parent-Teachers' association 8 p.
m. Monday at the congregation
building, according to Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, chairrhan of the
program committee.
Participating will be Dr An-
drew W. Gottsghall, Florida di-
rector of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews; Miss
Alice Mac Vicar, assistant direc-
tor of Dade county instruction;
Miss Malvina Weiss, Miami Beach
elementary school teacher and
chairman of the intercultural
committee, and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. A. P. Cannes, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will act as moderator.
The Jewish Folk Chorus will
render several selections.
New Young Men's Club
Formed At Miami "Y"
Mrs. William Kirshner, past
president of the southern region
of Hadassah, spoke on Zionism
at the first cultural meeting of
the newly formed Young Men's
Club of the Miami Y Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Kirshner was
southern representative to the
World Zionist conference in 1939.
The Young Men's Club, for men
20 to 25 years old, is an indepen-
dent group organized for cultural,
religious, athletic and social ac-
tivity. Meetings are held the first
and third Wednesdays of each
month and are open to the pub-
lic, according to Jack Dayan,
president.
Other officers are Robert Kan-
tor, vice president, and Frank
Marks, secretary-treasurer.
Bowlers Form League
A new bowling league will be
organized at the Miami Y 8 p.m.
Monday, according to Milton A.
Friedman, chairman of the ath-
letic committee. Membership is
still open. Refreshments will be
served after the meeting.
ing everything they can to create
hatred, division and crisis in this
country."
Burdine's To Build
Second Miami Store
A four and one-half story
building is the major item in
Burdine's $1,000,000 expansion
program which will begin this
month, according to George E.
Whitten, president of the com-
pany.
The new building will be lo-
cated on the west side of Miami
ave. on Flagler St., directly op-
posite the present Burdine store.
Also planned are two additions
to the present six-story building.
The two structures will be con-
nected by a bridge and a tun-
nel.
Completion of this extensive
building program will result in
greatly expanded and improved
selling departments, addition of
other departments, more conveni-
ent arrangements of merchandise
for shoppers and generally im-
proved service throughout the
store.
Founded in 1898, Burdine's has
long been Florida's largest de-
partment store and is known na-
tionally for its Sunshine Fash-
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9.jenlstncri .FRIDAY. MARCH,
SHOLEM BRIEFS
By J. Bernard Spector
JSSB Director Confers
On Regional Aged Care
Al Pallet, presidenl of Sholem
lodge, has announced the appoint-
ment of the following commit-
tees:
Anti-Defamalion League: At*
Aronovitz. chairman; Harry bi-|
monhoff. Nat Roth. Jer
Weinkle. P. J Bernstein. Harrj
Bovell. Louis Toul
Membership committee: Wil-
liam Shyne, chairn i ""f
Van Zan.it. L
ney Hollander. Henr> Berg. David
Moldoff, Alb.:; Sherman
B'nai B'rilh Luncheon club.
Burni-tt Roth. !;..
Levin Sam Silver. Jei
kle. Marx Feinberg, J
enfold. David C
Fcinpold.
Jewish Floridian column: ^ J
Bernard Spi cl
ton Klein. Murray O
Veterans' committee: I
chairn i S
Cohen. David I
Augustine, J
Lou., Van Gilder. M S
Herbert U. F< s r:"
Irving Fromkes.
Hospitality: '
man; Sam Seitlin. K
Adelman. Al Gi
ler Al Os Isaa I
Elrv Stone, Hai ; S r.
Fred K, Sh hel
Youth commission:
Dr. H( n n M
Budget and Finar.cr. S
Mil
A K
Ha Gersti in, M; !
B'nai B'rilh Bulletin:
-
L. Lust
B'nai B'rith Metropolitan coun-
cil: Nat Roth,
Feinl
Arbitration committee: Ri
Max Shapu
Isaac L
C et.
Initiation:
A Milton A
John K
Everett Bl isl i
Constitution and By Laws:
Milton A. Fr
Dan Si pl( r, '' rns I
Leonard Egert.
With such a groui
we can all look 1 1
high'..
We urgi all
ct 1
at the Elks club A
vetei ans v bers ol
Sholem I dgi w...
Newly initiated
Bi rg, has planm
imp: essivi
will enjoy.
Chai les Cohen
Jewish So< ial Servici reau
been ap| .:.' 1 to servi
fessioi
mitti i : the C mcil 11 .'
| '.'.' i
region. (
been asked by Rabin Emil W.
Leipziger,
mittee on child
to advise on old agi
tion with the
expand regional services
Daughters of Israel
To Hold Victory Dinner
Pioneer Women Aid
Child Rescue Fund
The child rescue fund of th<
,: Women's On
for Palestine will b<
procei Is J

Miami B>
day at the Beach Y.
Heading the commitl
;. Mrs. L-MsM...
Mrs. Lena Mm'-
i include
I
-
N. Y. Doctor To Speak
Dr Max Warmbrand, New
York physician, will be guest
speakei at the Spinoza Forum 3
Saturday at the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfaon, 1059 Collins
\, Dr. Warmbrand. who main-
tain's sanitariums in New York
and Orlando, will discuss "What
Price Health?"
Charles II Lee, engineer and
ian will lecture on the
Science of the Universe" 8 p.m.
Tuesday.
Admissions Group |
Admissions cornmin^
Jewish Ho. twT*. <{
meet with Jud,e ?*M
athisoff,8Dgme>S
meet wit
athiaoffiu.BpmJf*!
will be the f. M>
commm,
Judge Spa, tbecS^J
RfPres-ntutive.ofu?
Social ServK-e bureau.Tc
nity Chest agencv, '3
with the committee tv.1
S2!ftf" appUc2
mitted lor entrance to 5
A victory banquet, honoring
David Goldstein, will be held by
the Daughters of Israel March 24
at the Alden hotel. Mr. Goldstein
is chairman of the building com-
mittee of the ritualarium which
is nearing completion. Plans for'
its dedication will be announced
soon.
The organization will meet to-*
morrow evening at 8 p.m. in the
Beth Jacob community building.
SUPPLEMENTARY LIST
1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAlj
Campaign Workers
They Are Giving Time and Money Respond Generad
APARTMENTS
Julius Nathanson
Mrs. Rae Rosenlhal
ATTORNEYS
Harold Turk
BEACH SPECIAL GIFTS
Mortimer Raskin
BEER
Jess Glance
Jack Zwicker
DENTAL
Dr. Frank Corel
Dr. Denis Quittner
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal
DRY GOODS
David Schwarzman
EDUCATION-WELFARE
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Mrs. Maurice N. Good
Judy Greenblalt
Maurice Grossman
Rita Grossman
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Jack Marash
Rabbi Albert Michels
Sam Miller
Georqe Talianoff
FOOD(Retail)
Max Goldstein
Lou Sait
FLYING SQUAD
Harry A. Cornblum
Emanuei Goldstrich
FURNITURE
Abe Kronenfeld
INITIAL GIFTS
Sam Blank
Harry A. Cornblum
Abe Goodman
Charles Greenfield
Benjamin N. Kane
Marcie Liberman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Max Orovitz
David Phillips
Joseph Richler
Dan Ruskin
Ned Sail
Monte Sehq
Jacob Sher
Alex Van Straalen
Carl Weinkle
INSURANCE
Alex Cohen
Sol C. Finn
LIQUOR
Frank Lazarus
Bernie Norman
Wm. D. Singer
NEW GIFTS
Murray Maurer
Alex Van Straaten
PRODUCE
Charles Cohen
REAL ESTATE
Ernest Fuld
Joseph Mannhcimer
Morton Russack
WOMEN'S WEAR-
(Retail)
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer
WOMEN'S WEAR
(Wholesale)
Nat Roth
MEN'S HOME SOLICI-
TATION(Beach)
H. Abramson
Abe Dorf
E. M. Ehrlich
L. Hochberq
Jacob B. Israel
D. Minenborq
B. Mintzes
Dr. H. Queen
Sophie Rabinowitz
Harry Seitlin
M. Shubov
A. Sirola
Wm. Smith
Minnie Weisberq
MEN'S HOME SOLICI-
TATION(Town)
Mrs. Augusta Bernberq
Mrs. Samuel Dickson
Mrs. Sol C. Finn
Louis Fox
Mis. Jennie Gladstone
Mrs. Lans
Mrs. Gussie Lynn
Mrs. Celia Pomerantz
Mr. and Mrs. L. Powesky
Mrs. Rozinoff
Mrs. S. Seqal
Harold Shapiro
I. Solomon
Max Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Wiener
Mrs. Yirchin
WOMEN'S HOME SOLIC-
ITATION(Beach)
Mrs. Esther Abbott
Sylvia Abrams
Sadie Alexander
Mrs. David Alper
Mrs. J. Alpert
Mrs. Reg:na Appelton
Mrs. Morris Berick
Mrs. Daniel Berliner
Mrs. Berman
Mrs. Anna Berman
Mrs. Sam Berman
Mrs. Siv;e Bernstein
Mrs. Bill Boris
Mrs. Daniel Broad
Mrs. E. Blank
Mrs. Abraham Blatt
Mrs. Debby Brody
Mrs. Rose Brocks
Mrs. Lena Chaiken
Mrs. Paul Chentoff
Mrs. Ralph Cohen
Franees Cooper
Mrs. DUne Coopersmith
Mrs. Herman Corrsin
Mr<. Edward Cowen
Mrs. Florence B. Craiq
Mrs. Florence Cromer
Mrs. Ehzabeth Cutler
Mrs. Beulah Davis
Mrs. Sally Dollinqer
Mrs. Martin Donon
Mrs. S. Ellis
Mrs. Joseph Elman
Minnie Epstein
Mrs. Helen Estrieich
Mrs. Jack Falk
Mrs. Esther Feinberg
Mrs. Wm. Feldman
Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Mrs. C. Fineman
Edythe Fleischer
Mrs. Freda Freeman
Mrs. Matty Freeman
Mrs. Edward Friedman
Mrs. Emma Friend
Mrs. Anna Gans '
Mrs. Irvinq Genet
Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg
Mrs. Estelle Clatter
Mrs. Joe Gleisher
Fannie Glickman
Mrs. Goldberg
Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg
Mrs. Clara Goldenberg
Mrs. B. Goldstein
Mrs. Ethel Goldstein
Mrs. Lillian Goldstein
Bess Goner
Mrs. J. J. Goodman
Mrs. S. Goodman
Mrs. H. Gordon
Max Gottleib
Mrs. Ruth Grable
Mrs. A. Greenberg
Ruth Gross
Mrs. Ann Grossman
Mrs. Beverly Grossman
Mrs. Gertrude Grossman
Mrs. S. Grundwerg
Mrs. Max Hoffman
Mrs. Henry Hohauser
Edith Hollender
Mrs. Ben Hulsh
Mrs. Sarah HymoT
Mrs. S. Jamison
Mrs. Sara Joondeph
Mrs. Pauline Kahn
Mrs. Kalstein
Mrs. Kamins
Mrs. Edward Kaplan
Mrs. Rose Kaplan
Mrs. Kelemer
Mrs. Leonard Kimball /
Mrs. Bessie Kimmel
Mrs. Miriam Kobley
Mrs. Reba Kohn
Mrs. Claire Koller
Mrs. Frances Kott
Mrs. Leon Kronish
Mrs. M. Kriegel
Libby Lack
Mrs. Ray Lack
Mrs. Lou Lampl
Mrs. Joseph Leaderman
Mrs. Nettie Lefkowiix
Mrs. Sonya Leibson
Mrs. Jack Leonard
Eleanor Leopold
Phyllis Leopold
Mrs. A. Leuchtag
Mrs. Sarah Levin
Mrs. Laura Levine
Mrs. David Levinton
Mrs. Rae Lieberman
Mrs. Sam Lieberman
Mrs. Eugene Lillienfeld
Anna I.ipowsky
Mrs. Felice Lipton
Mrs. Rose Luilig
Mrs. Florence Lytton
Mrs. Freda Mallett
Gertrude Mandell
Mrs. Ina Marash

Camera enthusiasts will meet
with Allen Becker to organize a
Camera Club at Temple Beth
Sholom 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
$783,100
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
Mrs. Elsie Mayser
Mrt. Edward Menehtr
Mae Michaels
Mrt. Bertram Miller
Mrt. S. Mitchell
Mrt. Motcou
Mrt. Lilly Netow
Carrie Neufield
Mrt. Morris Orlln
Mrs. Rose Ozar
Mrt. G. Packer
Mrt. Louis Pallot
Ann Patz
Mrt. L. Pearlman
Mrs. Harry Platoff
Mrs. Harry Poluky
Mamie Price
Mrs. Edward Quarrin
Mrs. Bell Quitman
Mrt. N. Douglas Raff
Mrt. Lottie Ratiprtcher
Mxt. Louis B. RichmiB
Mrt. Rogow
Mrt. Anna Rosen
Mrs. Edward Roth
Mrt. Rudolph Rothschild
Mrs. Martha Sadoff
Mrs. Colia Sadowslry
Mrs. L. C. Schackmia
Martha Shapiro
Mrs. Regina Schulti
Mrt. Jennie Schwarti
Mrt. Jean Schwartimtn
Mrt. Ben Seidler
Mrt. Ray Selevan
Freda Shiiman
Mrt. Minnie Shubow
Mrs. E. Siegal
Mrs. F. Siegal
Mrs. H. Silberlicht
Mrs. Fanny Sirkes
Mrs. Anna Slome
Linda Spitalnick
Mrt. K. H. Stein
Mrt. M. Stevens
Mrs. Anna Strauti
Mrs. R. Tietelbaum
Mrs. Gus Trau
Mrs. J. Udell
Mrs. Harold Ungerleider
Mrs. Bert Waller
Mrt. Barney Weinkle
Mrs. Joseph Wolf
Mrs. Lena Wolk
Mrs. Gordon Wolkenberj
Mrs. Bertha Yagoda
Mrs. Harry Zeilinger
WOMEN'S HOME SOlX |
HATION-ITown)
Mrs. Sarah Abrarni
Mrs. Sarah Babiniky
Mrs. Reba Brown
S. J. Corner
Florence Cromer
Mrs. Sam Dickson
Mrs. Ben Essen
Mrs. A. B. Gillmau
Mrs. Pearl Goldman
Mrs. Henry Jacobson
Mrs. Lilly A. Kline
Mrs. Minnie Kline
Mrs. E. Levine
Mrs. Herman Pearl
Mrs. Harry Queen
Mrs. Edwin Rubin
Mrs. Sarah Safer
Mrs. Henry Sackslo*
Lucille Schatzberg
1002 CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA


lY
MARCHj^J^
[ Raab Sets
liac Lunch
Lean R.b h been nam-
Lan of the annual pledge
L to be given by Dade
[ National Children's Car-
Le. March 27 at the
timber.
chapter will hold a board
L at 1030 a.m. Wednesday
Regular meeting 1:80 PM.
Ey at the Beach Y to
Le final plans for the af-
bo scheduled is the selec-
, a nomination committee
Lrts on tag day and car-
ing with Mrs. Raab on the
Tn committee are Mrs.
Mine Kemp, cochairman,
L Roslvn King, Mrs. Pau-
Ctelman and Mrs. Gertrude
fcr, tickets.
+Jewlslincrldllan
Sororities Extend Bids
For New Members
New pledges of University of
Miami sororities were announced
this week.
Pledged to Alpha Epsilon Phi
were Dolly Kranstram, Fern Mat-
ros, Gladys Novack and Rosalind
Taradash. Delta Phi Epsilon ex-
tended bids to Sonny Becker,
Barbara Bronstein, Jeanne
Fleishman, Phyllis Gainsburg,
Marion Ginsburg, Elaine Kessler,
Rita Margol, Bernice Moss, Rosa-
lind Perlish and Rita Weiss.
Iota Alpha Pi's new pledges are
Doris Aaron, Selma Byer, Roslyn
Diamond, Arleen Saks and Rosa-
lyn Siegel. The sorority will hold
a formal dance at the Miami
Women's club Saturday evening
to celebrate its installation at the
University of Miami. The affair
will be preceded by a dinner for
members, new pledges and their
escorts.
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In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Temple Israel. 137 n. e. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
rir Jucub H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, will conduct
hr services and speak on "What Are Congregations
fcr" this evening at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs. Lucille Lichten-
kettcr will liRht the candles. Hostesses at the social
lour in Kaplan hall following the services will be Mrs.
I Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, co-chair-
ken assisted bv the Mesdames Elry Stone, Harold Spaet.
Louis Snetman, Harry Simons, Herman Wall and Sam
Lubv.
:ONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
Third Ave., Miami
kABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conierratiye
Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss "Whv Our Young People Do Not Attend
-An Analysis of Present Day Attitude Toward the Syna-
ogue' A social hour will follow. The floral offering
j: the Rift uf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons this week.
Lb-bath' services, 8:30 a.m. Student services. 10:30 a.m.
Bar Mitzva breakfast club. 8:45 am. Sunday. The Mes-
Lmes Harry and Sam August will be hostesses, honor-
ng the memory of their mother.
flAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Conservative
"Home As the Cure" is the topic Rabbi Lehirnan
fill discuss at services 8:15 p.m. this evening. Rabbi
Lchrman will explain the "Weekly Portion of the Law'
It Sabbath services, 9 a.m. tomorrow. Junior congrega-
tion. 10 a.m. Saturday evening, Mincha at 5:30 p.m.,
lollimed bv Shalos Sudos and Maariv. AZA-BBG-Bar-
itzva bieakfast 9 a.m. Sunday. Miss Gertrude Car-
lovsky, director of B'nai B'rith girls' work, will be guest
beaker.
KAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
Rabalas Shabbos services. 6 p.m. Friday evening
lorum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will discuss "The His-
lorical Rule of a Rabbi In the Life of Israel" as the first
a series of lectures on "The Changing Role of a Rabbi
Israel Refreshments and informal singing will follow
Ihc services. Saturday morning, adult services, 9 a.m.
The rabbi will preach on the "Portion of the Week.
Junior congregation, 10 a.m. at the Schaarei Zedek Tal-
Tiud To: ah, 1545 S. W. Third it, and Shimshon group, 3:30
Dm; Cantor-Maitir group, 4 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 5:15
p.m. at the congregation building. The Fast of Esther
pill be observed Thursday with services at 8 a.m.
EMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st
St., Miami Beach
ABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest speaker at services
'his evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Wise will preach on "Ban-
fled From The Brotherhood of Men." Sabbath services.
F-45 a m. A 15-minute organ prelude precedes each
ptrvice.
*ETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Sacred Appoint-
rk ^tx tho F'idav evening forum 8:30 this evening,
me rabbis topic will be "Our Tabernacle" at Saturday
5,rn'nc services, 8:30 a.m. Mervin. son of Mrs. Ethel
"lichen, will celebrate his bar mitzva. Intermediate
frviccs. 9 a.m. Junior services. 10 a.m. Bible study,
Mm? 'w'lth s- L Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m.
wooi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion oi the
Special Mizrachi meeting Thursday evening.
vetk.'
the American Jewish Conference,
drawing an analogy between the
Union and B'nai B'rith, both of
which organizations, because of
their diverse membership, had
not taken a stand on the Jewish
commonwealth issue, warned the
delegates that to withdraw from
the Conference would be "to iso-
late the Union of American He-
brew Congregations from Jewish
life."
UAHC Is Neutral on Zionism;
To Stay in Am. Conference
CINCINNATI, OhioBy an overwhelming majority, which
was later made unanimous, the delegates to the 39th council
of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, voted to re-
main within the American Jew O
ish Conference this week.
The resolution voted upon,
which defined the Union's posi-
tion on political Zionism as neu-
tral, declared that "the Union
recognized the right of each in-
dividual to determine his own
attitude on this controversial
question."
Major presentation of the case
against remaining within the
American Jewish Conference was
was made by Rabbi Morris S.
Lazaron of Baltimore who, in
asking the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations "to be
neutral in action as well as in
word," declared that "participa-
tion in the American Jewish Con-
ference was not true neutrality."
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, presi-
dent of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, in urging
continued participation within
the American Jewish Conference
pointed out that a minority in a
legislative body such as the Con-
grca? of the United States would
not withdraw from the Congress
if they were outvoted on an is-
sue. He similarly urged the Union
not to withdraw, even if it could
not subscribe to the Palestine
resolution of the American Jew-
ish Conference.
Henry Monsky, cochairman of
League Elects Officers
Leonard Wolf, newly elected
president of the Young Folks'
league at Temple Beth Sholom,
is assisted by Shirley Kahn
vice president; Marcy Frank,
treasurer; Cecilia Nash, recording
secretary, and Eileen Cowen, cor-
responding secretary.
The league holds an open house
for young men and women be-
tween the ages of 18 and 25
every Sunday evening at 8 p.m.
in the Temple Social hall.
Joel Cohen To Speak
On Free Will. Terror
"The Free Will and Terror"
will be discussed by Joel Cohen
at a meeting of the Jewish Na-
tional Workers' alliance ferband
Monday evening at the Beach Y.
Reports on the progress of the
Purim festival and the third seder
will be given. Proceeds are to go
to the Histadrut in Palestine.
In charge of arrangements are
Chaverim Bookspan, Shubow,
Ashkenazy, Dorff, Dr. Queen and
Sirota, and Chaveros Marcus,
Dorff and Bookspan.
Members from other cities have
been invited to attend.
Bandages Roll
Having completed 2.362.914^00
surgical dressings for the armed
forces during the war. Red Cross
Production Corps members in
many communities now till re-
quests from local institutions to
make operating-room supplies.
I WANT MY MILK
Country Club Inspected
Several hundred people were
present to inspect the quarters of
the proposed Golf Park Country
Club Sunday afternoon at the
grounds located at Gratigny blvd.
(109th st.) near N.W. 27th ave.
A tentative sponsoring commit-
tee was asked to formulate plans
whereby permanent organization
will be set up to take over the
property and establish a golf and
country club.
To Discuss Atom Bomb
luami
for Rest
CONVALESCENCJ
ma Chromic Casb
"What of the Atomic Bomb?"
is the subject selected for dis-
cussion at the Miami Jewish
Center adult institute 9 p.m.
Wednesday. Speakers will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Dr.
R. Wiley Scott of the Miami
Beach Community church.
Archie Brick will serve as
moderator.
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And Auto Tags
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Many of your friends have been generous
donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County.
How about you?
A certain quota is required at all times to
provide for emergencies which may arise in
the community. To fall below this quota could
be dangerous for the welfare of our neigh-
bors, and ourselves.
Remember many lives might be at stake.
Why not call some of your friends and all
go together?
Why not call today?
Thanks.
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I^LMARCHi
Council Collects
Toys; Plan Next
Forum Luncheon
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
MUetty Confidential
_____By PHINEAS J. BIRON_
"Ship-a-Box of Playthings.- a FASCISM WITHOUT
project of the Miami section, Na- ANTI-SEMITISM
tional Council of Jewish Women.
k County, 111
aa an Am
will be augmented by children
of Greater Miami religious
schools Sunday when they don-
ate toys to be sent to children
overseas.
Contributions will be made m
connection with the observance
of Purim. Mrs. Ben Essen is
Council's chairman of the project
and has been assisted by A. P.
Gannes. director of the B:
of Jewish Education. Donations
of toys will be accepted through
April 1 at Beth David and the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Council's March forum lunch-
eon will be held next Friday at
noon in the Belmar hotel. A dis-
cussion'of "Is Compulsory Mili-
tary Training Necessary?" will be
presented by Dr. Russell Wil-
liams, member of the interna-
tional relations con m of
national Rotarian and fifth dis-
trict chairman of the
Legion's Amel ::on com-
mittee. The program w
ed by Mrs. Sydney Weintraub.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made by calling Mrs. Jack
Janoff. 58-2124, or Mrs I
Weiss, 5-6312. Mrs. Mi rris A I
vice president in cl edu-
cation and cu I
chairman.
powerful Jew A Broth-
s'-. ... He alleges tl t fortj ..
Si.
Dade County Fair Has
"All the Trimmings"
Bryce Oliver, news commenta-
tor on the New York radio sta-
tion WEVD. who speaks undei
the auspicies of Friends ol D<
cracy, revealed an interesting
story the other day Oliver
reports that a clash has develop-
ed between the rank and
[membership and the l>
[of
tions
rabbis from
hattan "walked forth in
consternation from a mot::
Willkie Memorial because they
had been told, on high autl
that great and powerful Jt wish
zatioi were not set u|
to fight fascism but
Semil ."
In the sami bi I asl i
ged "two of the most
ers of thi
" with having
understanding with
litoi -publishei
News (I
res the column of
nnell. .The un lerst i
n assurani i
Patt '
Semit into
columi 'I i Daily Nous. ."
: went on to say that
represi 5 of the Ji
tisfied that the
Jews had won a victory" as
ill : thi friendly
: the
:
county judge in Coo
himself openly
in ','"
i mres.
in First*
,,,., the Hollywood Wi
un organization i
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MISCELLANY
The J. wish. I
anti- y the W
Daily Ni u-
Dad ntys fai
: r:-ht : of the "1 : Man- .
n i tl under-
that the attack on
N ivai calli
.'. ere en
aged to go right ead
with financial sinews
on democracy and
News circulation picked up
....
ANSWERS
Yes. its true, Captain Wm. T.
i;- n can te 1
indi( raft i >
(line
produce.
Benefitting the Shrini
pled Child spital, thi
is sponsored by the Main Shrine
temple at the Dade count;
inds, N.W. Seventh ave.
and 28th st.
Among the exhibitors will be
the air forces, the Navy and
Technical High school.
ish Con-
thi V'ai the J
Anti-Fai I ittei
'.' the
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Scientist ially

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the Fel '-': I PM
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F icisl Ti roi in tin
L'SA D n't '. is it bt
a section
Los A i
like st (i< i all
I.. K S n that city. .
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PERSONAL
Hem y M enthau
a financial in]:.
Inii ..-a .Rumi i
' W an, the politi-
.'. in the foot-
I Clai B the Luce and
thi Catholic religion. NKW YORKThe relief and
. Leonard Simon who danced |rehabilitation department of the
World Jewish Congress has an-
Thete carloni arc part of the 2,">00,000 pounds of nalioi and othrrPuml
lupplira being shipped to the Ji-wish survivors of Europe |,y tlir Joint Dl
Iributiotl < iiiumiu,,-, which rrrtivr- it* fund- from tin- 1 no.tK|.nfK) ub|
wide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. JX>.C Pauovet food ind 9
mental Wine ihipmenU are I"nip nt from the United .~i.ii.-- and 1'ilntal
for Jewish survivors, especially those in the displaced person! napi
.. r [Many and Austria. The Id. .i\in programs of the J.ll.C, the liall
Palestine Appeal and the National Kcfugee Service arc supported t>i si|
I'v.. of America tliroua.li the unprecedented f 100,000,000 cainpaifn *faal
. niled Jewish Appeal.
Americans to "Adopt'
European Families
with President Truman's daugh-
French En I issy party
i pcration
.. loss less
ago.
Myers Invite Friends
To Son's Bar Mitzva
B ROHANS
Paint and hardwarf store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
Mr : '.: si nlej C M
attend the
son, Kenneth,
morning
M ill behosts
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tudenl and
' Shenan-h
Higl K. nneth will '
Mon-
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MIAMI BEACH
5-2026
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/VV3GUST BROS Hy,
Is the BEST?
initiation of an "Adopt
A Family Plan," whereby fami-
lies in the United States and
other countries will adopt" fam-
ilies abro I by communicating
with them and sending food and
ing,
department, in its appeal
rters of the plan, says
that thousands of families and
individuals without family ties in
Europe will appreciate and pre-
personalized form of re-
and that it is developing a
list of the neediest cases, Their
and addresses are obtain-
I v wi Hint; to the World
ess, Relief and Re-
habilitation Department, Room
220, ih:m Bread way, New York
Dungareed EmanonQnb|
To Ride Hay Wagons
Fashion note: Dungarees sal I
plaid shirts will be very muck
in evidence at the Emanonca*
hay ride Sunday eiji I
Members of the Town Y tobbj
people's group and their 911a*
will be driven from the Y 1
7 p.m. to the Miami Ritas; j
academy.
After a ride in horse-dim I
hay wagons, the club will bell
a dance in the academy'i bus |
An outdoor barbecue and eoe> 1
munity singing will also hi
featured during the eveniaj.
Only those who make rew-
ations with Mildred Berkowitt I
phone 2-4425. will be admiflat
George Siegel. president,
nounces.
Beginning March 31, the ek*
will hold monthly dancaHJ
the last Sunday night of e |
month.
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Harry Simons
of members
hour
meeting.
will
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Distributed by the
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any equipped for care of
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alcoholic habits. Psy.
Hydrotherapy and
therapy .ci.ntlfic-
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O'ug and
chotherapy.
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One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance
Companies in the United States
P- L. DODGE. M. D.
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Open to Membera of
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convenient
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" Co">"'tant phon, 7.0^3
Young Judaeans to B
Joint Purim Festival
Young Judaea dubs of Gretat j
Miami and the Young Jud*
Leaders' council a ill hold a)*
Purim festival 2 p.m. Sundaj*
the Miami Beach Jewish Cffl
The council and the Cents'
Trumpeldor club will pre*J'
play under the direction Jeanette Tuple.-. Entertaffl-*
will also include M.np and da>
by other Young Judaea P<*\
refreshments
will
clubs d*
Purim
served.
Participating will be i
Beth David. Beth Jacob,
Beth Sholom. the Beach J
the Center.
T-Sgl. H^y APPWJ*;:
son of Mrs. Sylvia Apple*
1308 Pennsylvania ave., jr.-
discharged at Camp *TM
after two years' *ei'u ^
South Pacific. He was J- ^
nel sergeant-major in '" w,
field artillary battalion S
35th infantry division. ^
army, occupying Honsn ,
His wife. Mrs. BeverlfM
baum, Uve. at 742 15th *


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)AY MARCH 8. 1946 J ••Jewish fh rid far PAGE ELEVEN L. ve Tho u0 ht of Evrythlno At DORCHESTER [ Collins Ave. at 19th St. private Beac^and Pool private Parking Space fcwNG ROOM NOW OPEN [strictly Kosher^CuWn^ Phones: 58-1855. 5-9527 p p — B15CAYNE BOULEVARD ATE1GHTY SIXTH STREET COCHTAILS DINNER SUPPER RESERVATIONS PHONE PIERRE" 73831 ;• BEEST % % %  in IIIII II PHI inn % % %  m IIIII IN GREATER MIAMI riOK.DA S NISI A M 1 IC AN It W I S II DIN NEK' SJ 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 Alto Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleitchman't. N. Y. and HOTEL WINDSOR. Lakewood. N. J. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED ••—cniM-tit i>r (initrlKiituI it\iii-is .i HoffmanVj 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 1 Only Im\ RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4058—Open Daily and Sunday. 5:00 9:30 P. M. FINE FOODS COLLINS AT 20TH BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs oi Beei SARDIS SELF SERVICE RESTAURANT 545 41st Street Miami Beach Opens Saturday, March 9th Air Conditioned BAKING ON PREMISES Seafood Specialties of All Kinds SEAFOOD BAR "MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND NEWEST" Unsung Heroines EL*? thp lengthening list !" > heroines of global war 4,790 nurses who served the hri ;„;. no served the R*5* operations on the ithVmV ."""* t he w r ve *K ZU"1 ineli ibfe for HEZJL l h w e cou t-ySome Smothers; some left I ffft. 2 m Porarily u> John Garfield is nursing a set of mighty sore fingers these days from fiddling at least eight hours per day in preparation for his portrayal of the violin virtuoso in Warner's "Humoresque," now before the cameras. Years ago his parents tried to make him take lessons on the same instrument, but finally gave up in disgust when he showed a decided preference for rough housing with the tough kids in his neighborhood! Swank Detail Services to men In veterans ho.pU.te are important i" the procram of American Red Cross famp and hospita councils. They Ire furnishing lounge rooms building golf courses; "PP^"* beach umbrellas and _*NM IN outdoor patios, poo". toWe &J? n x t imr glows and tennis equipment, Way .cakes and gifts: arranging picnics and tours or "<•*"> places of interest; M^jfiffltaS entertainments for hospitalised veterans224 W. Flagler St. PALLASlilATHENA 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. Zapanles DEVLIN HOTEL Collins Avenue at 13th St MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M. Dietary Laws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668 Tat Bill %  %  %  • Itlllf • < %  lUlllI lilt M MIlBl •• %  • | llftr Miinllltl It SAMID "ML" MAfPlLl The fintsf International Cuisine in fht World TABI.K D'HOTE and A LA t All IK Imporitd Champaann and tara Winat W old rintaqa — cftoict Liqatun Music by CHARLIE HI III IK EL fllorocco RESTAURANWBAR NU Collins Ave. at 33rd St. Miami Beech JIM^/#&j/PRESENTS ^ % MIAMI'S TOP SHOW OF 1946 Featuring JOE It I O Star of Store, Screen and Radio Bobby Davis Tod Milford Civilcid'i ot Rhythm Celebrated English Tenor A Lint of 8 Beautiful Lillits —2 Bands SEE TODAY • STARS OF TOMORROW Hi C..H m Policr— No Mmii—No Cotw TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY \ DANCING'TWO BANDS INTERNATIONAL CUISINE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE SZ9 BISCAYNE BLVD.' P HONE 3-68I7 ^^*^^ ':"-: ." ; i'r t • i i 4 i j ;: ^ i I J I 1 1 1 1



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LmiV MABCH 8, M nmlCATE MEMORIAL ffiroT PILOT SL^who WM killed April 12. "a'^'Hu, M 8 B-29 tost flight, Will ,'t 5 ^ 2:30 p.m. Sunday at iu, NVbo cemetery. Pii Greenfield, 28 years old at thl time of his death, was a veteran of 51 misLions as a Flying Fortress pilot %  with the 15th air force in Italy. He and eight [, re w members were killed when an explosion from an unknown source occurred during a flight over BeLt. Greenfield ?h,'nv. Tex. U is believed that I the flight was connected with an atom bomb experiment. A former contractor, Lt. Greenfieid entered the Army in 1940 an d served in Alaska before being ^t to Italy. He participated In early shuttle bombing missions to Russia and attacks on Ploesti, Rumania, oil fields. Chief test pilot at March Field, Barkadale, La., when he was killed, he held thf silver star, distinguished flying cross, air medal with five oak leaf clusters and a presidential unit citation. A native of Bridgeport, Conn., he came to Miami nine years ago with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Greenfield, 256 N.E. 117th st. Five months before his death he married the former Ruth Kramer of Chicago. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the I Miami Beach Jewish Center, of I which Lt. Greenfield was a member, will officiate at the unveiling ceremony. Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company is in charge of arrangements. I Friends and relatives are asked to I K | resent, An A-l Job For persons suffering buildinglosses in disasters during1944-45 the Red Cross obtained priorities for release of 44,330,000 board feet of lumber having an approximate value of $3,626,000. Priorities for shingles, steel, screen wire, plumbing, and other eo 1 .>• ment were also obtained for disaster victims. S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenue* Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Norellies C'-EC "DID +J<4H*IrAH StCWiNG COMPANY cmoom u,


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% %  PAGE EIGHT First J. D. C. Photos from Shanghai Occupy to Show Speed At Tropical Tomorrow Occupy, speed marvel owned by Mr. and Mrs. John Marsch of Chicago. *ill essay to go over a distance for the first time this wintei il !"• cce P t8 his weIght assignment In the $7,500 added Coral Gables, of one mile and a sixteenth, at Tropical Park on day The fleet son of Bull Dog confined his racing to aprtoto 8 1 Hialeah, where he won his last three in a row. However, Occupy demonstrated his ability to go on before. At Pimlico he won two races over ,,,„. distance as the major week-end attraction. The veteran FRIDAY, MARC Ha J Lavton a gain h:is becn engjw Fred W. Hooper's „,... esteemed Triumphal rn a Kentucky Derby ^ Trainer Ivan P arke „ ^ his long-awaited debut uT silks in an overnight racT Tropical Park on Tuesday, ft* chased as a yearling f or $26the son of Blenheim n Was raced as a juvenile. "He has done all asked training," said Parke today ^ is a good colt. Well test hj, thoroughly at Tropical" i tw be recalled the Hooper silks *„, carried triumphantly m therwL, of 1945 by Hoop J r Ml mpri ,oned .hen A. hmmm e^-red S ^eU^^ $100,000 monthly join. 6T.tr ibut.on Com !" lee reJ' f JBW !" •* %  sjf £, ^ ou wi.h thrre even afler the Jap* herded hem nto %  **el ... I he. "• fireJni her coal in the Hon*kew him on hi, return to .he United Slate. .. :;^ 1 r ; ( \; i< J ::;'; jV; •", ,l.,inand .n orphaned Je.i.h phetto. Above, top. Sieel (in civ. iin rail) h Am An 'u J fcwfah ^ $100,000,000 for tcr>ca needs, refugees and Palestine. SARDI'S TO OPEN Sardi's Self-Sen. %  545 41st St., Mian i open tomorrow under the owi ship of G. Greenspan. Air ditioned. the restaurant s with a seafood bar. Baking is done on the premisi Associated with Mr. Gn i n Kai %  ndN M %  N restaural S Tasty Exhibits Food exhibits and films used by the Red Cross Nutrition & rvice stress the importance of good food for healthful living. DIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with SflBERLING materials. f Quality construction and I*" econbrr}y,,Prompt service. / Stricken Areas Receive $150,000,000 Relief The American Red Cross has provided civilian relief consisting v( food, clothing, medical sup1 lii 8, and other items in 48 warstricken areas since 1939. By the end of the war, goods and services valued at nearly $150,%  0 had been made available 1 y and through the American Red i '• in cooperation with the rnment and various relief &g ni ies. Many have asked the Red Cross to continue its supplementary emergency relief program. WORLD RENOWNED CANTOR PINCHIK io be presented by the SISTERHOOD OF THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER Tuesday, March 19, 1946 8:00 P. M. IN A GALA PURIM CONCERT AT Miami Beach High School, 1420 Drexel Ave. TICKETS ON SALE AT CENTER. 1415 Euclid AT*. $3.00 Ticket Admission to Concert $5.00 Ticket Admission to Concert and Saturday Morning Serrice at the Center K£ VI Mcrl wertheime.s | COLOXIAL PHONE 2-6133 T)ixrc TIRE c? P^ SEIBERLING TIRES %  MIAMI U 101 S. W. First St. 5327 N. Miami Ave, J 3539 N. W. 17th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 1840 Alion Road 945 Fifth St ; 5 ; o 3 Great Stars! foi B. JAM: XAVIHR Convenient terms can be arranged LEWIS • iOMI • CUGAT • ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER *1# f TRULY NOLEN, President " % %  • Ortke.tr GIL MASON -RAUL & EVA REYES VIVIAN FAY — H || \ ni TWINS DICK GASPARRE'S ORCHESTRA •t AMERICAN BEAUTIES fi—r FrtitBtatlom at 1 and 12:JO illiiaM" I i i k %  — ; M H •< UttrMOMt HOiHWOOO I0S



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*lst>rkrMto!L I^LMARCHi Council Collects Toys; Plan Next Forum Luncheon -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE MUetty Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON_ "Ship-a-Box of Playthings.a FASCISM WITHOUT project of the Miami section, NaANTI-SEMITISM tional Council of Jewish Women. k County, 111 aa an Am will be augmented by children of Greater Miami religious schools Sunday when they donate toys to be sent to children overseas. Contributions will be made m connection with the observance of Purim. Mrs. Ben Essen is Council's chairman of the project and has been assisted by A. P. Gannes. director of the B: of Jewish Education. Donations of toys will be accepted through April 1 at Beth David and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Council's March forum luncheon will be held next Friday at noon in the Belmar hotel. A discussion 'of "Is Compulsory Military Training Necessary?" will be presented by Dr. Russell Williams, member of the international relations con m of national Rotarian and fifth district chairman of the Legion's Amel ::on committee. The program w ed by Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. Reservations for the luncheon may be made by calling Mrs. Jack Janoff. 58-2124, or Mrs I Weiss, 5-6312. Mrs. Mi rris A I vice president in cl education and cu I chairman. •powerful Jew A Broths'-. ... He alleges tl t fortj .. Si. Dade County Fair Has "All the Trimmings" Bryce Oliver, news commentator on the New York radio station WEVD. who speaks undei the auspicies of Friends ol D< cracy, revealed an interesting story the other day Oliver reports that a clash has developed between the rank and [membership and the l> [of tions rabbis from hattan "walked forth in consternation from a mot:: Willkie Memorial because they had been told, on high autl that great and powerful Jt wish %  zatioi were not set u| to fight fascism but Semil ." In the sami bi I asl i ged "two of the most ers of thi with having understanding with litoi -publishei News (I res the column of nnell. .The un lerst i n assurani i Patt Semit into columi • 'I i Daily Nous. ." : went on to say that represi 5 of the Ji tisfied that the Jews had won a victory" as %  ill : thi friendly : the %  : county judge in Coo himself openly in ',•'" i mres. • in First* ,,,., the Hollywood Wi • un organization i ]_. : r. Lubii no longei i.,., n named pn sident R 11 : Confi N am %  • %  ghest ideal if t nk,n human ... MISCELLANY The J. wish. I antiy the W Daily Ni uDad ntys fai : %  r: ht : of the "1 : Man. n i %  tl underthat the attack on • %  N %  ivai calli .'. ere en aged to go right ead with financial sinews on democracy and News circulation picked up .... ANSWERS Yes. its true, Captain Wm. T. i ; %  n can te 1 indi( raft i > (line produce. Benefitting the Shrini pled Child spital, thi is sponsored by the Main Shrine temple at the Dade count; inds, N.W. Seventh ave. and 28th st. Among the exhibitors will be the air forces, the Navy and Technical High school. ish Conthi V'ai %  the J Anti-Fai I ittei '.' the .• %  %  • Scientist ially • %  '•' %  • • • • • the Fel • %  %  '-' : I PM %  • .. th( F icisl Ti roi in tin L'SA D n't %  '. is it bt • a section Los A i like st ( i < i all I.. K S n that city. ... nization or A lilding n Now • intr; %  .. '.'..1! huge Zioi • mectini nth. PERSONAL Hem y M enthau a financial in]:. Inii ..-a .Rumi i W an, the politi.'. in the footI Clai B the Luce and thi Catholic religion. NKW YORK—The relief and Leonard Simon who danced |rehabilitation department of the World Jewish Congress has anThete carloni arc part of the 2,">00,000 pounds of nalioi and othrrPuml lupplira being shipped to the Ji-wish survivors of Europe |,y tlir Joint Dl Iributiotl < iiiumiu,,-, which rrrtivrit* fundfrom tin* 1 no.tK|.nfK) ub| wide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. JX>.C Pauovet food ind 9 mental Wine ihipmenU are I"nip nt from the United .~i.ii.-and 1'ilntal for Jewish survivors, especially those in the displaced person! napi .. r [Many and Austria. The Id. .i\in programs of the J.ll.C, the liall Palestine Appeal and the National Kcfugee Service arc supported t>i si| I' v .. of America tliroua.li the unprecedented f 100,000,000 cainpaifn *faal niled Jewish Appeal. Americans to "Adopt' European Families with President Truman's daughFrench En I issy party i pcration .. loss less ago. Myers Invite Friends To Son's Bar Mitzva B ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARF STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner Mr : '.: si nlej C M attend the son, Kenneth, %  morning M %  ill behosts tudenl and Shenan-h Higl K. nneth will %  Mon^Oo*. 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 5-2026 oqfii /VV3GUST BROS Hy, Is the BEST? initiation of an "Adopt A Family Plan," whereby families in the United States and other countries will adopt" families abro I by communicating with them and sending food and ing, department, in its appeal rters of the plan, says that thousands of families and individuals without family ties in Europe will appreciate and prepersonalized form of reand that it is developing a list of the neediest cases, Their and addresses are obtainI v wi Hint; to the World ess, Relief and Rehabilitation Department, Room 220, IH:M Bread way, New York Dungareed EmanonQnb| To Ride Hay Wagons Fashion note: Dungarees sal I plaid shirts will be very muck in evidence at the Emanonca* hay ride Sunday eiji I Members of the Town Y TOBBJ people's group and their 911a* will be driven from the Y 1 7 p.m. to the Miami Ritas; j academy. After a ride in horse-dim I hay wagons, the club will bell a dance in the academy'i bus | An outdoor barbecue and eoe> 1 munity singing will also hi featured during the eveniaj. Only those who make rewations with Mildred Berkowitt I phone 2-4425. will be admiflat George Siegel. president, nounces. Beginning March 31, the ek* will hold monthly dancaHJ the last Sunday night of e | month. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. First Avenue Tel. 3-6661 ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS Synagogue Plans Drive Beth David's building fund ign will be discussed at a • gation meeting 8 Harry Simons of members hour meeting. will will • sday. : idl Wives '•• %  • %  im iti d A social th. QUALITY 11 FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. |„ c 1725 N. W. Phona 7th Avenut 2-6141 Beautiful Miami Medical Center FlCiMie, for treatments of acuta ?* ;. "" convalescent casts any equipped for care of and mental disorders, alcoholic habits. Psy. Hydrotherapy and therapy .ci.ntlficnervoua O'ug and chotherapy. Electric. Shock Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States PL. DODGE. M. D. Med.cal Director and President N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243 9-1042 Open to Membera of Dade County Medical Asn. File 7117 B YOUR INCOME TAX convenient 'or our in ( up ior business, sal properly, save money „ or you live out of y t0 w„ ., r salary returns—$i 0 usASSi p oVj; ona,ly MIAMI nrar *•„,, ""siness. sales, etc. ^ A c M, e RE ^ E M T ATE MART. T. Division Co ">"'tant p hon 7.0^3 Young Judaeans to B Joint Purim Festival Young Judaea dubs of Gretat j Miami and the Young J ud Leaders' council A ill hold a)* Purim festival 2 p.m. Sundaj* the Miami Beach Jewish Cffl The council and the Cents' Trumpeldor club will pre*J' play under the direction by other Young Judaea P<*\ refreshments will %  clubs d* Purim served. Participating will be i Beth David. Beth Jacob, Beth Sholom. the Beach J the Center. T-Sgl. H^y APPWJ*;: son of Mrs. Sylvia Apple* 1308 Pennsylvania ave., jr.discharged at Camp *TM after two years' *ei' u ^ South Pacific. He was J^ nel sergeant-major in '" w field artillary battalion S 35th infantry division. ^ army, occupying Honsn His wife. Mrs. Beverl fM baum, Uve. at 742 15th



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' raw^MMo,, fzUonaMy fjiec&uu} Fashion Model to Be Married M v*v^'*' „ ,-.. n : nn w ill be occasioned h, .L_ TOURISTS. RETURNEES Marvin Apte. G.M. 3-C, flew home from SeatUe, Wash., to join his wife yesterday on a 17-day furlough. Due for discharge April 15 after three years in service, he will reside with his wile at the home oi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte. He was overseas in the Pacific for 14 months ... Mr. and Mrs. H Schneider of New Haven, Conn., are stopping at the London Arms hotel for a few weeks. While here they are being entertained by Mrs. Schneider's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker, 321 S. W. Ninth ave. MVLouis Kotimsky and Mrs. Sidney Kotimsky of New York are stopping at the GrossingerPancoast hotel for six weeks Nathan Kotimsky, caterer of Brooklyn, is vacationing at the Tides hotel with his wile for a month Capt. and Mrs. S. M. Pearl of Brooklyn are spending a two-week vacation with his brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pearl. at 735 S. W. 25th rd. The captain's mother. Mrs Esther Pearl, is at 747 Michigan ave. Capt. Pearl was chief of technical service and ordnance officer at the New Orleans Army a:r base before being discharged Feb. 27 Mrs. David Berg of New York has arrived with her son, Jeffrey, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neham, of Miami Beach. Mr. Berg, recently discharged from the service, will join his wife here Miss Muriel Courshon, former editor of the University of Miami Hurricane, has been elected to membership in Snarks, honorary creative writing society. Miss Courshon was recently succeeded by Miss Charlotte Kotkin in the editorship. A junior. Miss Kotkin was formerly managing editor and news editor of the weekly newspaper. PARTYING Mr. and Mrs Max Friedman and Herman Solomon, formerly ws&m of New Jersey, were hosts to 300 guests at the Hotel Lido Feb 28th. The Friedmans ana Mr. Solomon are new owners of the hotel ... A surprise miscellaneous shower for MrtJU bert Zuckerman, the former Lyr.ne Adler, was given by the Business end Kofessional Women's division of Hadassah Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Ilsa Frankel 1610 Drexel ave. Mr. and Mr. Zuckerman honeymooned in Havana following their marriage las. Friday Mr. and Mrs Abraham Baiman of Long Beach, N. Y.. celebrated theu 34th wedding anniversary Tuesdav with a dinner at the Pomeroy restaurant. Alterwards, they were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein. The Bcimans will return to New York today. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lessman of Patterson. N. J. will celebrate their 35th anniversary at an open house for friends and relatives at 447 15th st. Sunday from 4 to 7 pm. Their son. Jack, here for the occasion, is stopping at the Rite Carlton hotel. By Elsie Kronenfeld Mrs. Edith Grossman, of York.. late of the Royal -x the wife of ExS • Ralph Grossman, arrived in Miami Tuesday. The Grossmans will live with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel M, Grossman, 1333 Meridian ave. The couple met at a dance and while "it wasn't Iov< at first sight." did think he was '•rite'' nice. Another wife who has just arrived is the English bride of Dr. Maurice Rich. They are in At, right now visiting the doctor's parents. Dr. Rich is opening an office on the Beach and will be in our midst a while. The star attraction of the evening at the Beth David Purim Ball seemi I to be that machine that took those Coney Island pictun Wi sure would like to I Stanley Myers heading that prop of the big. big female. Was that his Mother and Father taking those laughing shots with him? Mrs. Ben Webber left this wei k Noon Ceremony Unites Weinkles A family reunion will be occasioned by the Wefl Howard Marks to Miss Connne. Jaiie at 3 p.m. SundayT a Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will perfJJ ceremonyJ.„V i Mr. Marks was recently discharged from the servic spending 14 months in Europe as a sergeant. He 3 brother. Benjamin, entered the Army together three **.' In the P-sence o he. f J^ J ived in Miami last week as new civilly .lies and a feu close fro £ ^ gQW QCtion in lhe South Pacific, will be Chi Rewie Goldstein and D. uwc They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mn,w?? Reggie Htwton Weinkle were married at hi gh noon Sunday in the Sapphire room of the Belmar hotel with Rabbi Max Shap.ro official. The bride was given in mar. age bv her father, Charles Gi Idstein, and was attended by Mrs. Leo Chaikin, sistei of bridegroom, as matron of honor. Carl Weinkl. was his brothei s best man. returning the favoi Dr. Weinkle p ; '"' him at h,s weddii Ushers were Di Barnej Wi kle Sol Weinkle, William G stem. Abe Aronovitz, E Goldstei and Ji A reci ption tollowi I I mony in the Sa| phire i which lun hi n •:., hotel dinim: room. I best man. They Kauffmans Announce Daughter's Engagement Mr and Mrs. David S. Kauff: Chicago, are announcing the engagement 01 their daughter, Miss Peggy Kauffmnn. to Ted Richard Aronson, Yeoman 2-c, son of Mrs Harold Aronson, 1600 Euclid ave. -es Marks' "Beach and New York A design,.! and fashion,, for New York department, and motion pictures, Miss U is the daughter of Mr ^i Morris Jaffe of East HSM, Long Island, and 2300 AhaJ She will be attended btV Charlotte Black, maid oil and Miss Sherry Gelles I girl. A regular winter v'isM Miami, the bride-elect att [ %  he bride-elect, a student at Miami Senior Hi R h schocii f tn •„ e„„„t tne University of Miami ,,,. university ^Jf^J^ couple will live ,„ ft a few days at Miami Beacch | Among the out-of-toini where her parents are winter • >rs. Mr. Aronson attended Michiat the wedding will i* Breslau, Abraham Kannet Hoffman, Mr. and Ma' „ State college before entering j^^ Mr. .ndMriBhty Navy and is now stationed in Miami, No date has been set for M Weinkle is the of Mr and Mrs Charles Goldthe w edding. WeTnkt! 5 par S enS T£. 'mi SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN Mrs Louis Weinkl. ol 622 15th p Q R DAVID HARRIS St. Ami ng the out f-l at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J Karlan. Mt. Vernon, N. Y.: B. Silberstein, N< w York city Mrs. Fannie Rosenberg, Jacksonville: Isaac W< inkle, Atlanta: Mrs. Sam Cooli y. Savannah; Mr. and Mrs, J. H Hay! New Yolk city. Dr. and Mrs. Wi inkle left by plane yesterday for Ni W i where they will be at homi .it 118 East 93rd st. Mrs. Henry Perlish.Ur., Mrs. Max Fiel. Mr. and Mri| Marks, all of New York citjj Miami Beach; Mr. and Mai sell Adler. Yonkers, N. Y;| and Mrs. J. Leonard, N. Y. Also here for then is the bridegroom's y KALER-GORDICH (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) A trip to Havana followed the wedding of Miss Elinor Gordich and Herman I. Kaler Feb. 24 in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordich, 2130 S. W. Fourth ave. Mr. Haiti's parents are the Morris Kalers, 390 S. W. 22nd id. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Attendants were Miss Toby St'; kin and Pfc. Jack Pollock". Miss Miriam Kaler kept the bride's book. Mr, and Mrs. Kaler, both gi iduates of Miami High school, are residing with her parents porarily. A surprise birthday party was I brother, Kenneth, who w given for four-year-old David | the service shortly. Sunday at the home of his Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Harris, 1502 N. E. First ave. David entertained 3(1 children at a lawn party. Guests included his grandparMr and Mrs. Joe Rosenthal, pioneei Miamians, and his uncle nt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry From out of town were Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brickman of boro, N II.. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosenberg. Pittsburgh, Pa. The bridegroom and his I were entertained by their i Mrs. William Remenyi, at 1 Ocean View hotel Saturday] Mrs. Nathan Dubler, ecusaj the two, and Mrs. Ernest I assisted the hostess. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a* new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Ct. 907 Biscayn* Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4M1 Listen to Burdine's radio program, "Fashion Time," over WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. Handy Kitchen Shears >1 Keep a pair of shears in the kitchen to help with the more difficult tasks of food and vegetable preparation and countless other uses. Durable shears with enameled handles in assorted colors. 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Personally Speaking ,CONTIMJEDT^ ,M PAGE 2) (or her Carolina home after a. month's visit !" th h *r son-£ law and daughter. Mr. and M-> Albert A. Green. We heard of people learning something new but UtUe Bg Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman, is taking Ponuguese so that he won t forget somethmg he already knows. Billv learned to speak Po.u.. guese while he was down in South America with his mother and dad. Helene and Sam Silver took the plane to Birmingham Wednesday to attend the wedding ot her brother. Alvin Corenblum. We're glad to know that Helene is so much better after that spell in bed. Her mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corenblum. returned to Birmingham after making sure that their daughter was all right. We heard from a friend that heard from a friend that Burl Kahn, excuse me, Lieut. Commander Kahn is due home soon for a leave. Burt's cousin Art is back already. Gertrude Marks is glowing again since husband Perry is out of service. Peter Gelber is another fellow just out of service. He was in the Philippines. Heien Rabe. recently returnee to Miami, is working for Travelers' Aid while Arthur is overseas in the Pacific. He is .'•--due back soon. Her mother ar.a father, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. are here from Chicago for a few weeks. The A Kr r, r. : ,.: ; have a niece. Miss Sophie visiting them frorr. New xork. Dr. E. G. Blasberg. ; future wife, Miss Marilyn Ur.c-.r. % % %  •::'• be in town March 25. Like everyone else, they are look for an apartment Wolfs To Be Welcomed At Open House Sunday MRS. SIMON HONORED Mrs. Lena Simon was unanimously elected a director of the American Children's Home W Iaesday night Mrs Simor, been a memb board of governors 14 years. She was as a ber' of the state %  for a numbe. I years having ; •. c n v Ruth Th • \ wi. j : a ve., to >v %  %  tne s t 1818 s. y ter Two Jewish Leaders Elected To Board Of Of Jewish Telegraphic Agency Pis* the Wrenches! Mrs. Jean Mahler. Mrs^ Sally motor mechanic, ccu-ses^-r..^^ %S !" !" ^ ^--Palm Beach MBS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative Mrs. L. J. Rader, Glade, is recu :: :; ; serious h< art ailment M u R ginaJ '•' v : %  • hei %  %  %  • %  %  aui • .. Mrs. A : : Fla Sam Diet; %  • ; • % %  resi lenl is her* I r thi v inti Charles Kapner, recently re... ... Army, has re. %  %  • wife the former rn. Later they will to Cocoa t eirhom< Josselyn Lee has been discharg. | fi m the Navy He is the of Mi an I Mrs Harry A Lee. ; H nn. pn f the F : •"" t been i %  • %  mmittee for t tatewidi i '.: M, • • N V ere for 1 % %  : %  :. %  ..-.: veteran of 1 red divisioi i in 1 %  Uni• Mi rtin Dubbin point' I local of the L'nited J Welcoming their parents back as permanent residents. Mrs. Harold G. Tobin and Mrs. Jasper Cromer will hold an open h for friends and relatives from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mrs. Cromer's home. 429 S. W. 19th rd. Their parents, Mr. and Ml John Wolf, who lived in Miami from 1920 to 1931, arrived recently from Washington, D. C. to make their home here. At present, they are living with Mrs Tobin at 552 Michigan ave. They also have three sons in Washington and a daughter in New York. At the time of their residence here, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf were active in charitable organizations and Mr. Wolf was an officer of Beth David congregation. ROTHLEIN-RICHTMAN Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rothlein are at home at the Everglades apartments, Miami Beach, following their wedding Jan. 27 at Beth David. The bride is the former Shirley Richtman, daughter of Mrs. Frieda Richtman, New York. Mr. Rothlein, recently discharged from the Army air forces, is the son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, Taft hotel. Miss Mui ell '.of New York, is visiting hi i rs, Mrs Fanr.ie Rj l< i 1 Mrs Pearl Held nid : Eddie Rosenv • % % %  Miss R senCapt Maui • Kleinberg ATS • flying chaplaii % % % %  a strong appeal I : lisplaced persons in Europe at Friday evening serv' ices last week at Temple Beth El. Mrs Fagii tess for the social h Arch E :-.. : • an I I i %  % %  % %  lei Fm Ohio, an re i nt They are plan:.:I busM stein is thi tei f thi I vich I Beth El Sun I; > S planning a Purur. play : M rch 1" at Scher hall. Coaching the children are Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel %  • nstein, Mrs. Ann Wacki and Miss Anita Robbins. Mrs Rose A resid: • • near Dixie. Mrs J Mertz has returned to !her h mi in Buffalo. NY. ;.. •. isit with her m thi Mrs. i Gros. The Beth-El Sisterho< • hi irse ii p and i :.-. %  ility at S M hall M %  th Mrs N.J „ lirectoi Mrs Hu tz is a : the Natii nal W i • LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Flo. 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lY MARCHj^J^ [ Raab Sets liac Lunch Lean R.b h been namLan of the annual pledge L to be given by Dade [ National Children's CarLe. March 27 at the timber. %  chapter will hold a board L a t 1030 a.m. Wednesday Regular meeting 1:80 PM. Ey at the Beach Y to Le final plans for the afbo scheduled is the selec, a nomination committee Lrts on tag day and caring with Mrs. Raab on the T n committee are Mrs. Mine Kemp, cochairman, L Roslvn King, Mrs. PauCtelman and Mrs. Gertrude fcr, tickets. +Jewlslincrldllan Sororities Extend Bids For New Members New pledges of University of Miami sororities were announced this week. Pledged to Alpha Epsilon Phi were Dolly Kranstram, Fern Matros, Gladys Novack and Rosalind Taradash. Delta Phi Epsilon extended bids to Sonny Becker, Barbara Bronstein, Jeanne Fleishman, Phyllis Gainsburg, Marion Ginsburg, Elaine Kessler, Rita Margol, Bernice Moss, Rosalind Perlish and Rita Weiss. Iota Alpha Pi's new pledges are Doris Aaron, Selma Byer, Roslyn Diamond, Arleen Saks and Rosalyn Siegel. The sorority will hold a formal dance at the Miami Women's club Saturday evening to celebrate its installation at the University of Miami. The affair will be preceded by a dinner for members, new pledges and their escorts. PAGE FIFTEEN i i %  L In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform rir Jucub H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, will conduct hr services and speak on "What Are Congregations fcr" this evening at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs. Lucille Lichtenkettcr will liRht the candles. Hostesses at the social lour in Kaplan hall following the services will be Mrs. I Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, co-chairken assisted bv the Mesdames Elry Stone, Harold Spaet. Louis Snetman, Harry Simons, Herman Wall and Sam Lubv. :ONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third Ave., Miami kABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conierratiye Late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Whv Our Young People Do Not Attend -An Analysis of Present Day Attitude Toward the Syna%  ogue' A social hour will follow. The floral offering j: the Rift uf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons this week. Lb-bath' services, 8:30 a.m. Student services. 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast club. 8:45 am. Sunday. The MesLmes Harry and Sam August will be hostesses, honorng the memory of their mother. flAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN Conservative "Home As the Cure" is the topic Rabbi Lehirnan fill discuss at services 8:15 p.m. this evening. Rabbi Lchrman will explain the "Weekly Portion of the Law' It Sabbath services, 9 a.m. tomorrow. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Saturday evening, Mincha at 5:30 p.m., lollimed bv Shalos Sudos and Maariv. AZA-BBG-Bar%  itzva bieakfast 9 a.m. Sunday. Miss Gertrude Carlovsky, director of B'nai B'rith girls' work, will be guest beaker. KAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox Rabalas Shabbos services. 6 p.m. Friday evening lorum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will discuss "The Hislorical Rule of a Rabbi In the Life of Israel" as the first a series of lectures on "The Changing Role of a Rabbi Israel Refreshments and informal singing will follow Ihc services. Saturday morning, adult services, 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the "Portion of the Week. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. at the Schaarei Zedek TalTiud To: ah, 1545 S. W. Third it, and Shimshon group, 3:30 Dm; Cantor-Maitir group, 4 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 5:15 p.m. at the congregation building. The Fast of Esther pill be observed Thursday with services at 8 a.m. EMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach ABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest speaker at services 'his evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Wise will preach on "Banfled From The Brotherhood of Men." Sabbath services. F-45 a m. A 15-minute organ prelude precedes each ptrvice. *ETH JACOB CONGREGATION. 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Sacred Appointrk ^t x tho F 'idav evening forum 8:30 this evening, me rabbis topic will be "Our Tabernacle" at Saturday 5, rn n c services, 8:30 a.m. Mervin. son of Mrs. Ethel "lichen, will celebrate his bar mitzva. Intermediate frviccs. 9 a.m. Junior services. 10 a.m. Bible study, MM? 'w' lth s L Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m. wooi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion oi the Special Mizrachi meeting Thursday evening. vetk.' the American Jewish Conference, drawing an analogy between the Union and B'nai B'rith, both of which organizations, because of their diverse membership, had not taken a stand on the Jewish commonwealth issue, warned the delegates that to withdraw from the Conference would be "to isolate the Union of American Hebrew Congregations from Jewish life." UAHC Is Neutral on Zionism; To Stay in Am. Conference CINCINNATI, Ohio—By an overwhelming majority, which was later made unanimous, the delegates to the 39th council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, voted to remain within the American Jew O ish Conference this week. The resolution voted upon, which defined the Union's position on political Zionism as neutral, declared that "the Union recognized the right of each individual to determine his own attitude on this controversial question." Major presentation of the case against remaining within the American Jewish Conference was was made by Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron of Baltimore who, in asking the Union of American Hebrew Congregations "to be neutral in action as well as in word," declared that "participation in the American Jewish Conference was not true neutrality." Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, in urging continued participation within the American Jewish Conference pointed out that a minority in a legislative body such as the Congrca? of the United States would not withdraw from the Congress if they were outvoted on an issue. He similarly urged the Union not to withdraw, even if it could not subscribe to the Palestine resolution of the American Jewish Conference. Henry Monsky, cochairman of League Elects Officers Leonard Wolf, newly elected president of the Young Folks' league at Temple Beth Sholom, is assisted by Shirley Kahn vice president; Marcy Frank, treasurer; Cecilia Nash, recording secretary, and Eileen Cowen, corresponding secretary. The league holds an open house for young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 every Sunday evening at 8 p.m. in the Temple Social hall. Joel Cohen To Speak On Free Will. Terror "The Free Will and Terror" will be discussed by Joel Cohen at a meeting of the Jewish National Workers' alliance ferband Monday evening at the Beach Y. Reports on the progress of the Purim festival and the third seder will be given. Proceeds are to go to the Histadrut in Palestine. In charge of arrangements are Chaverim Bookspan, Shubow, Ashkenazy, Dorff, Dr. Queen and Sirota, and Chaveros Marcus, Dorff and Bookspan. Members from other cities have been invited to attend. Bandages Roll Having completed 2.362.914^00 surgical dressings for the armed forces during the war. Red Cross Production Corps members in many communities now till requests from local institutions to make operating-room supplies. I WANT MY MILK Country Club Inspected Several hundred people were present to inspect the quarters of the proposed Golf Park Country Club Sunday afternoon at the grounds located at Gratigny blvd. (109th st.) near N.W. 27th ave. A tentative sponsoring committee was asked to formulate plans whereby permanent organization will be set up to take over the property and establish a golf and country club. To Discuss Atom Bomb luami for REST CONVALESCENCJ ma CHROMIC CASB "What of the Atomic Bomb?" is the subject selected for discussion at the Miami Jewish Center adult institute 9 p.m. Wednesday. Speakers will be Rabbi Leon Kronish and Dr. R. Wiley Scott of the Miami Beach Community church. Archie Brick will serve as moderator. Estab. 1924 Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 6-5082 fSun -RayPark althRtsort ilD o* soouru MIAMI • W.riAGltP. o. 10"COOT-riOP.P" GENERAL PAINTING Free Estimates Given BY BEST MECHANICS I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5106 And B Sure It*• FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products:" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oar Farm at 6200 N. W. 82nd Street W HEN the %  treu of modern living*sts "on your nsrves* • rood sedative can do a lot to lessen nervous tension, to make you more comfortable, to permit leatfol sleep, r Neil time a day's 1 .work an4 Worry ox a night's wakef ulnssss, makes you Irritable, Restless or Jamvr— frives yon Nervous Head•ska of Nervous Indigestion, try; Dr. Miles Nervine ILiqnld PC Effervescent Tablets), -Dr. Hues Nervine to meV tasted sedative that has bee* brinrinarelief from Functional Nervotti Dtoturbences for sixty uyj lath n— i u* only as directed. Give to the Blood Bank Many of your friends have been generous donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County. How about you? A certain quota is required at all times to provide for emergencies which may arise in the community. To fall below this quota could be dangerous for the welfare of our neighbors, and ourselves. Remember many lives might be at stake. Why not call some of your friends and all go together? Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County %  i I I I I 1 I *1 I I 1 j J Ll! H I M' I to •1' ;• %  >! • 1 i: :) i I 1 $ KM l| H!



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I 9.jenlstncri Berg. David Moldoff, Alb.:; Sherman B'nai B'rilh Luncheon club. Burni-tt Roth. ;.. Levin Sam Silver. Jei kle. Marx Feinberg, J enfold. David C Fcinpold. Jewish Floridian column: ^ J Bernard Spi cl ton Klein. Murray O %  Veterans' committee: I chairn i S Cohen. David I Augustine, J %  Lou., Van Gilder. M S Herbert U. F< s r: Irving Fromkes. Hospitality: man; Sam Seitlin. K Adelman. Al Gi ler Al Os Isaa I Elrv Stone, Hai ;• S r. Fred K, Sh hel Youth commission: Dr. H( n n M Budget and Finar.cr. S Mil A K • Ha Gersti in, M; B'nai B'rilh Bulletin: %  L. Lust B'nai B'rith Metropolitan council: Nat Roth, Feinl Arbitration committee: Ri Max Shapu Isaac L C et. Initiation: A Milton A John K Everett Bl isl i Constitution and By • Laws: Milton A. Fr %  Dan Si pl( r, '•' %  rns I Leonard Egert. With such a groui we can all look 1 1 high'.. We urgi all • ct 1 at the Elks club A vetei ans v bers ol Sholem I dgi w... Newly initiated Bi rg, has planm imp: essivi will enjoy. Chai les Cohen Jewish So< ial Servici reau been ap| .:.'• 1 to servi fessioi mitti • i : the C mcil 11 .' %  | '.'•.' %  i region. ( been asked by Rabin Emil W. Leipziger, mittee on child to advise on old agi tion with the expand regional services Daughters of Israel To Hold Victory Dinner Pioneer Women Aid Child Rescue Fund The child rescue fund of th< ,: Women's On for Palestine will b< procei Is J %  • Miami B> day at the Beach Y. Heading the commitl %  ; Mrs. L-MsM... Mrs. Lena Mm'i include I N. Y. Doctor To Speak Dr Max Warmbrand, New York physician, will be guest speakei at the Spinoza Forum 3 Saturday at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfaon, 1059 Collins \, Dr. Warmbrand. who maintain's sanitariums in New York and Orlando, will discuss "What Price Health?" Charles II Lee, engineer and ian will lecture on the •Science of the Universe" 8 p.m. Tuesday. Admissions Group | Admissions cornmin^ Jewish Ho„„. twT*. <{ meet with J ud e ?*M athisoff„,8 D g m e > S meet wit athiaoffiu.BpmJf*! will be the f£. M > commm, Judge Spa, tbecS^J RfPres-ntutive.ofu? Social ServK-e bureau.Tc nity Chest agencv, '3 with the committee TV. 1 S2!ftf" appUc 2 mitted lor entrance to 5 A victory banquet, honoring David Goldstein, will be held by the Daughters of Israel March 24 at the Alden hotel. Mr. Goldstein is chairman of the building committee of the ritualarium which is nearing completion. Plans for' its dedication will be announced soon. The organization will meet to-* morrow evening at 8 p.m. in the Beth Jacob community building. SUPPLEMENTARY LIST 1946 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAlj Campaign Workers They Are Giving Time and Money Respond Genera d APARTMENTS Julius Nathanson Mrs. Rae Rosenlhal ATTORNEYS Harold Turk BEACH SPECIAL GIFTS Mortimer Raskin BEER Jess Glance Jack Zwicker DENTAL Dr. Frank Corel Dr. Denis Quittner Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal DRY GOODS David Schwarzman EDUCATION-WELFARE Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Mrs. Maurice N. Good Judy Greenblalt Maurice Grossman Rita Grossman Rabbi Leon Kronish Jack Marash Rabbi Albert Michels Sam Miller Georqe Talianoff FOOD—(Retail) Max Goldstein Lou Sait FLYING SQUAD Harry A. Cornblum Emanuei Goldstrich FURNITURE Abe Kronenfeld INITIAL GIFTS Sam Blank Harry A. Cornblum Abe Goodman Charles Greenfield Benjamin N. Kane Marcie Liberman Baron de Hirsch Meyer Max Orovitz David Phillips Joseph Richler Dan Ruskin Ned Sail Monte Sehq Jacob Sher Alex Van Straalen Carl Weinkle INSURANCE Alex Cohen Sol C. Finn LIQUOR Frank Lazarus Bernie Norman Wm. D. Singer NEW GIFTS Murray Maurer Alex Van Straaten PRODUCE Charles Cohen REAL ESTATE Ernest Fuld Joseph Mannhcimer Morton Russack WOMEN'S WEAR(Retail) Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer WOMEN'S WEAR— (Wholesale) Nat Roth MEN'S HOME SOLICITATION—(Beach) H. Abramson Abe Dorf E. M. Ehrlich L. Hochberq Jacob B. Israel D. Minenborq B. Mintzes Dr. H. Queen Sophie Rabinowitz Harry Seitlin M. Shubov A. Sirola Wm. Smith Minnie Weisberq MEN'S HOME SOLICITATION—(Town) Mrs. Augusta Bernberq Mrs. Samuel Dickson Mrs. Sol C. Finn Louis Fox Mis. Jennie Gladstone Mrs. Lans Mrs. Gussie Lynn Mrs. Celia Pomerantz Mr. and Mrs. L. Powesky Mrs. Rozinoff Mrs. S. Seqal Harold Shapiro I. Solomon Max Stein Mr. and Mrs. Wiener Mrs. Yirchin WOMEN'S HOME SOLICITATION—(Beach) Mrs. Esther Abbott Sylvia Abrams Sadie Alexander Mrs. David Alper Mrs. J. Alpert Mrs. Reg:na Appelton Mrs. Morris Berick Mrs. Daniel Berliner Mrs. Berman Mrs. Anna Berman Mrs. Sam Berman Mrs. Siv;e Bernstein Mrs. Bill Boris Mrs. Daniel Broad Mrs. E. Blank Mrs. Abraham Blatt Mrs. Debby Brody Mrs. Rose Brocks Mrs. Lena Chaiken Mrs. Paul Chentoff Mrs. Ralph Cohen Franees Cooper Mrs. DUne Coopersmith Mrs. Herman Corrsin Mr<. Edward Cowen Mrs. Florence B. Craiq Mrs. Florence Cromer Mrs. Ehzabeth Cutler Mrs. Beulah Davis Mrs. Sally Dollinqer Mrs. Martin Donon Mrs. S. Ellis Mrs. Joseph Elman Minnie Epstein Mrs. Helen Estrieich Mrs. Jack Falk Mrs. Esther Feinberg Mrs. Wm. Feldman Mrs. W. I. Feuer Mrs. C. Fineman Edythe Fleischer Mrs. Freda Freeman Mrs. Matty Freeman Mrs. Edward Friedman Mrs. Emma Friend Mrs. Anna Gans Mrs. Irvinq Genet Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg Mrs. Estelle Clatter Mrs. Joe Gleisher Fannie Glickman Mrs. Goldberg Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg Mrs. Clara Goldenberg Mrs. B. Goldstein Mrs. Ethel Goldstein Mrs. Lillian Goldstein Bess Goner Mrs. J. J. Goodman Mrs. S. Goodman Mrs. H. Gordon Max Gottleib Mrs. Ruth Grable Mrs. A. Greenberg Ruth Gross Mrs. Ann Grossman Mrs. Beverly Grossman Mrs. Gertrude Grossman Mrs. S. Grundwerg Mrs. Max Hoffman Mrs. Henry Hohauser Edith Hollender Mrs. Ben Hulsh Mrs. Sarah HymoT Mrs. S. Jamison Mrs. Sara Joondeph Mrs. Pauline Kahn Mrs. Kalstein Mrs. Kamins Mrs. Edward Kaplan Mrs. Rose Kaplan Mrs. Kelemer Mrs. Leonard Kimball / Mrs. Bessie Kimmel Mrs. Miriam Kobley Mrs. Reba Kohn Mrs. Claire Koller Mrs. Frances Kott Mrs. Leon Kronish Mrs. M. Kriegel Libby Lack Mrs. Ray Lack Mrs. Lou Lampl Mrs. Joseph Leaderman Mrs. Nettie Lefkowiix Mrs. Sonya Leibson Mrs. Jack Leonard Eleanor Leopold Phyllis Leopold Mrs. A. Leuchtag Mrs. Sarah Levin Mrs. Laura Levine Mrs. David Levinton Mrs. Rae Lieberman Mrs. Sam Lieberman Mrs. Eugene Lillienfeld Anna I.ipowsky Mrs. Felice Lipton Mrs. Rose Luilig Mrs. Florence Lytton Mrs. Freda Mallett Gertrude Mandell Mrs. Ina Marash Camera enthusiasts will meet with Allen Becker to organize a Camera Club at Temple Beth Sholom 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. $783,100 GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Mrs. Elsie Mayser Mrt. Edward Menehtr Mae Michaels Mrt. Bertram Miller Mrt. S. Mitchell Mrt. Motcou Mrt. Lilly Netow Carrie Neufield Mrt. Morris Orlln Mrs. Rose Ozar Mrt. G. Packer Mrt. Louis Pallot Ann Patz Mrt. L. Pearlman Mrs. Harry Platoff Mrs. Harry Poluky Mamie Price Mrs. Edward Quarrin Mrs. Bell Quitman Mrt. N. Douglas Raff Mrt. Lottie Ratiprtcher Mxt. Louis B. RichmiB Mrt. Rogow Mrt. Anna Rosen Mrs. Edward Roth Mrt. Rudolph Rothschild Mrs. Martha Sadoff Mrs. Colia Sadowslry Mrs. L. C. Schackmia Martha Shapiro Mrs. Regina Schulti Mrt. Jennie Schwarti Mrt. Jean Schwartimtn Mrt. Ben Seidler Mrt. Ray Selevan Freda Shiiman Mrt. Minnie Shubow Mrs. E. Siegal Mrs. F. Siegal Mrs. H. Silberlicht Mrs. Fanny Sirkes Mrs. Anna Slome Linda Spitalnick Mrt. K. H. Stein Mrt. M. Stevens Mrs. Anna Strauti Mrs. R. Tietelbaum Mrs. Gus Trau Mrs. J. Udell Mrs. Harold Ungerleider Mrs. Bert Waller Mrt. Barney Weinkle Mrs. Joseph Wolf Mrs. Lena Wolk Mrs. Gordon Wolkenberj Mrs. Bertha Yagoda Mrs. Harry Zeilinger WOMEN'S HOME SOlX | HATION-ITown) Mrs. Sarah Abrarni Mrs. Sarah Babiniky Mrs. Reba Brown S. J. Corner Florence Cromer Mrs. Sam Dickson Mrs. Ben Essen Mrs. A. B. Gillmau Mrs. Pearl Goldman Mrs. Henry Jacobson Mrs. Lilly A. Kline Mrs. Minnie Kline Mrs. E. Levine Mrs. Herman Pearl Mrs. Harry Queen Mrs. Edwin Rubin Mrs. Sarah Safer Mrs. Henry Sackslo* Lucille Schatzberg 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA



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* FRIDAY ^ MABCB PAGE SIX iijLew^bJEtoiyto Plant and Mam Offices 21 8. %  Second Av ..... P. O. Box 2973 %  ..c ""E^^J MB -' %  %  *--v .;:." I p i TOED K SHOCHEi ^ ; \Subs FREE K. a • %  %  \ \. :.-: : RITA s • N VOLUME: :ONT1NU60 FROM PAGE ONE. I S :: f CONGRESS NOTES: H !c aled 1 Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agcnry, jj, c 1 Zionist leaden in this still believe that the country forthcoming World Zionli Congress W ill bo held in the United .. e ven though the Jewish 5 n to that each coul civ the large: c vote the major part o. bat each could and ;us, %  '-..'"..-.. ..-; severs, of ivic and general needs :. o \z he larger groups with .% %  .Povnt 5 5 feet ai v. • %  which will make oui surrc ... live. %  .;. numbei Mcny. too many of oui ----;^*,j v ^.. = ," fl : publicity have programs which shew ::: -;--;" _.-.;_-.--;. columns. They also feed •%  -: ^.s•-•-•"ized glorification. ........ „.. --^ — onq the As publishers c: a weety ;;.-_. ', first to realize the need advss :ges -~~_~ 'S^£axe publicity ana deserve--: tributes : %  %  ~ : .%  -cmd ine devoted energy wastes ._ ^ ._. ^ There is_ so much tc be osr.e be r. accomplished. _.__• • .-., In the course of the next :ew "i energiS liberty to enumerate projects one '--•--.• — ^ed in of our many Jewish groups —o ."".'! lieu of or in addition tc r --PUR1M %  h w Purim is a joyous day :r. •_-. --* the Jew has learned to make z :y c: ^ trsgeajM. recclls to us the attempt :: .-.:-. ear. aesaoy ww. That attempt was frustrated : -e rissationjs: n s a nuSerr.-.tisrr. has become cr. ::::; Herman's attempt to desrr totcJy defeated. The modem Haman Hitler had alas mor success r.e almost annihilated the Jewry :: s w.-.c.e :cr/ur.em Who: -.her. .s the lessor v. Purim Is :: the! the attempts against tne Jews •••._. nways w :e:ec.ec u ~e ...... oi happened in Europe we car. scarce.-.say this .= its .~=s:r. Rather Purim seem; tc tell us that slv lew .= b danger No: always con a Queen Esthei s is 1: salvation is tc come :: -us: come from me whole :: Jewry itself bebg aware of the fact mat me day oi -.he brotherhood oi man has not arrived yet, and mo: me Jew o; o minority ~i:y.e must always be console-as c: this. %  • • %  %  • ictant 1 even thou nas decided to hold it in Palestine can now be disI that members of the JewAgency originally suggested I the Congress be convened on ';;", ., S hip in neutral waters somewhere "i the Mediterranean". ., uie question of holding lh e Congress in the United States v „, discussed, it was pointed out lhat ,, would cost more than 10 to bring the Palestinian ther delegates to America On the other hand, the nation of a large Amdelegation to Palestine vl 0U ld not cost the Zionist movc, anJ money, since it is taken anted that each of the Amega tcs would pay h.s .,., and maintenance Yet there are Zionist leaden in L T nit ed States who maintain ,, lt i S a mistake to hold the ... m Palestine. They point out that the proceedings of the ..... which usually gets a | press" throughout the will not receive as comprehensive coverage as usual in the American press if it is held in Palestine • • • American corndents, they predict, may down the Congress by "bal" the news with Arab which will, no doubt, y Arab leaders in Palto counteract the effect of the Congress proceedings. They also believe that for political reasons tt would be much more practical to hold the Conica than in Palestine. Esp< i ially since the Conwill precede the session : the UNO Assembly in New : %  %  .: that "Yenai • %  i a Jc %  i ': • were :. thi ; % %  British Accused .\.EO FROM PAGE 1) will be Dr. Abba Silver ,H agree to serve. w 1 DOMESTIC ISSUES TheF.B. I. w,!l drop he w| "Jew" or "Jewish" fr om -J notices concerning criminaj:| fugutives. Assurance l0 J effect was given by the F ,1 headquarters to the Anti-D^l tion league. .Washington! also ordered the Federal Houa| administration in New V 0 tk I delete the question of racial*! scent from forms used to sJ information on individuals 4I siring to build homes and seeb credit. The bill to cut the immigrj^ quota in half, on which heard are now being held beforej House Immigration committal not the only anti-immigratioc J before Congress There veral other bills. ..OneoltJ ould suspend immigration !| period of five years. .. Anofcl would suspend it for ten yean I A third would not permit iml gration at any time, if moretiil 100,000 American citizens ij unemployed. .. Frederick K 1 s t e r, noton ] anti-Semite, who is attempt^ build a "Christian" organiaJ of war veterans, intends to J for Congress. .He has WI petition from one of Chicajnl congressional districts. "International Jew," once pi lished by Henry Ford, has 1 removed from libraries in Cs tralia, 111. .How about remoJ it from libraries in other All erican cities? post in the pi mcil of the Rhineland—I : ... : • : t h the N .:.,. t< nt en their : %  York by only a week or two. And finally, they are of the opinn that the propaganda value fai as the American public is ncerned would be of immense importance to the entire Zionist ..... %  an : they : %  11 H .'• are not 0 I by thi Brit I •• • zom %  ... thi bills for N Unit Action ION! "..£D FROM PACE ONEi were the Congress held in this country, ZIONIST TRENDS Bchind-the-scene campaigns for I > the new World Zionist Exei utive, which is to take t the forthcoming Zionist are already under way.. It' been exactly nine years since to the World Zionist itive and to the executive thi Jewish Agency were held .During these nine years the Zionist movi ment in America I real strength and Instance. .. .But there is actually an among the members th. Wo: Id Zionist Executive. was only recently, at the first posl war Zionist conference in London, that American Zionist -0] ted as members the executive, but primarily and to deal with the American scene thi Zionist movement At the forthcoming Zionist 1 ngress, the American Zionists I intend to demand quite a number .1 .. I t World Executive. Nazis Extracted Gold From Prisoners' Teeth %  estin %  %  • %  %  %  n '. • • • %  ; • %  II I It be one of the rea! the present leaders insisted on dmg thi Congress in Palestine, than in the United States, etition for seats in the t will be chiefly between Ai m and Palestine lead' thi -, two countries Pillars of the entire ent. A LONDON (JTA)-The Sal extracted 17 tons of gold bi the teeth of some 4,000.000 p pie, mostly Jews, whom '* gassed at Oswiecim, Leon newspapers covering the tmi Bruno Tesch at Hamburj i| ported this week. The statistics were given itsj trial by a Rumanian Jewish i tor. Charles Sigismund who was an inmate at the as] from 1943 to 1945, and who ( mated that more than a rcM people were gassed during tj time he was at Oswiecim Tesch, who is a partner ml firm of Tesch and StabenotJI accused of having supplied S| gas used in the extcrminatis the Jews. The books of thecal sole distributors of the 1&H veal a profit of 92,000 marksr ing 1941 from the sale of I product, which Tesch claiB" had "naturally assumed* used for extermination vents ARAB LEAGUE Nr and Mrs. William N. Berscn 24CC S. W. 21st st., announce the birth of their dauqhter, Susan Laura, at St. Francis hospital Feb. 26. Mrs. Berson 18 corresponding secretary of Kadimah chapter, Pioneer Women s Organization Mr and Mrs Arthur Singer' 2101 ,*' i,lso develo P Bay dr., Normandy Isle, are he £W£2L*3 the family of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Cohen of the Dorchester 2 hotel She was born at JacktT\ '"" l "'**' 1 Zl !" < !" <* Memorial hospital Ml/r ct 1 wpresentative. It 1 P f ll lammed that the General Z.onist son .numvirate Dr. Weumann Tins triumvirate "' of one General one will be WOUNDED MENFflBl Miami doesn't ^^'[11 wounded veterans -static*? the Biltmore hospital parties this week are eviaO"! that. Twenty soldiers were of the Langer Construction' pany Monday evemnMl Copa Cabana. 0n !" *52! ningMr.andMrs.Marf piro, of 4585 Alton rd..^| to a group of solders Jtgja Tuesday evening the CoWOJ was the scene of the part? ^ by Mrs. Morns SsnrfJ Sea Isle hotel for a**"* ] of wounded men. Transportation to "-yd is provided by the AmJ Abe Katz is instrumental 1 ranging theevwits^^ •'DEAR IVAj^ij Approximate j"^, )A correspondence ti ZA m S?Shrt-51 member, in tnu ^^J^ • l.rod sfr.ee Ill deac members .„r.be their ^^A murutie.. .nd the.' •grf.d •re a potent force in > Ucnationl undrl B



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* PAGE TWELVE National Director To Address Hillel ••Sparks from the Jewish Anvil" will be discussed by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, nati i tor of B'nai B'rith Youth izations and Hillel found. at the University ol Mii House T pm. Wednesday meeting is 0] • • • publil Han • refreshments will b< members of B'nai B'r::h W Recently elecK i lei are Fern Mati Gordon Pred. vici pres Audrey Stern, secretary ; s Lewis, rresi n ling Alex Go! Irving Gering r lelite. A new Hillel pi ject is showing of sound ious content asioi day evenings. | Home Group Prepares For April Elections Api intment oi """* I sidenl I > totheJ Home for 1 Un Isidor( .. • .,. tnai presenl th %  HADASSAH SPONSORS 'SPIRIT" PRODUCTION "Blithe Spirit.' he Noel Coward Broadway hit will be presented by the Booth Bay Players April 8 at the Miami Beach Senior high school The production will be given under the auspices of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah. J* NOW RUNNING MARCH 5 to APRIL 19 • • • Greatly Improved and Beautiiied History-Making Stakes Nationally-Famous Riders DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 2nd RACES Located on Bird Road, west of Biltmore Tower focAL national Officer ,C0NTINLEcT^0M PAGE 9I ;7^11 receive Intation v • R th is in cl #g< • %  ne I • panA n A l ig) %  %  %  y. the vel 1 te % %  %  • %  % %  %  BENEFIT CHAIRMAN BPW Holds Bingo Party Continuing its series of fundraising projects for the Hadassah medical organization, the Business and Professional Women's division will hold a bingo party 8:45 p.m. Sunday in the card room the Arlington hotel. 455 Ocean dr. Arrangements have been made by Edyth Fleischer, chairman, and Jack Lowe, hotel manager. Mrs. Kwasha is in charge of donations. Prizes have been contributed by Greater Miami merchants. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, chairman of the Temple Israel Sisterhood Purim dance, announces that raised at the affair will be used to improve the Temple's facilities Tickets may be reserved : v calling the Temple office, 9-1757, or Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn, 3-8U74! Cantor Plans Concert First annual i t spoi by Cant i A, I man and the Beth Da lulcd April • %  Betl : i %  will be a University 11 Miami thi Jewish I Hospital Committee To Survey Local Needs Following a recent all-day conference with Dr. E. M. Bluestone, .,1 director of the Montefion hospital of New York, the rary citizens' hospital committee i.^ making plans for an exive survey of local medical needs, Charter of the hospital group will be signed Monday. Dr. Blueoutlined the general probof founding a Jewish hospital in Miami at the conference. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, commit• men ber, was host to the group .it the White House hotel. Max Orovitz is temporary in of the committee. HAVANA MEXICO Jamaica Guatemala South America Enjoy One of Our De Luxe All-Expense Guesl Tours With Private Limousines and English-Speaking Guide* Arrangements Made To All World-Wide Points Via AIR—RAIL—BUS—SHIP For Information Phone or Write LARKIN TRAVEL SERVICE 53J LINCOLN RD., MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA TELEPHONES 5-2155-56-57 NEW YORK FLORIDA • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS ^^V^j^ SSKEK • ^MPLIMENTARY MEALS SS and taUV^^,^Ii-. For r Wr ... comPASSENGER DIVISION Ti a ii n PASSENGER C TRANS-CARIBBEAN AIR CARGO LINES. INC. 304 E Flagtat Ph. 3-3455 Japs Learnei (CONTINUED p ROM '*m. ish families) in w, „ centration ca^jJ "enemy nationals'" **,L rested. M a*] The Jewish refuee• who had German EL? 1 at first regarded b ^ as Germans. Th, R^* were also unmolesff Russia and Japan J, %  %  ; war. The 800 German W gees were Boon \in l S -ond hand ant,-^ Nazi reeommendation Ci L ese started to stamp DZI German refugees wfthl j stateless Jew." Anti-Semitism was cl. great naivete. The jJJJ tually disliked ,h e iffj heor.es because they bj they, themselves, were? ans" and that <. n i y mihu J made them acceptable .1 Nazis. An interesting inauatel how a ridiculous lie canbl lieved by ifinorant peopLj shown in the instance whj civilian, Rabbi Schwartz i al man refugee) was called i Japanese authorities and i "Where are your headn Where do you Jews orders from now? We, stand that your headqi used to be in Jerusalem aij your Jewish international! quarters are transferred! United States." Insistence by the rabbi nj was employed by the Mamlai ish community and that l| no orders from the U. S. drij avail. These officials had! indoctrinated with the Naal ries that utilized the lie < "Protocols of the Elders o!2 and the rabbi was impriscoel^ a few days of questions The Japanese had no i policy on treatment of J( cause of the proportionately! number of Jews in their I tones and any anti-Semitism! developed was through NB( torship. This shows the i the tentacles of the Nazi e Especially when wc fact that after the Nan I been defeated in Europe, t main export. "Jew hatred,'!) came ascendant in the Farl do we realize the danger i ism. Now that the Japanese) feated, it doesn't mean thai second hand anti-Semitismij defeated. Only last monA| only council-woman in wrote a letter to the ne "Manila Times." filled venom against the Gunnel ish refugees. She sounWJ dangerous note of 'the pines for the Filipinosfamiliar, doesn't itProper handling of that hand anti-Semitism resuWI her resignation. Aside fn| proper newspaper answer,' ranged for a committee of i can soldiers, who were selves German refugees. I available for an interne*' the lady. J, I cite the above exaroP*] cause it is wrong to be^ optimistic. It is the American Jews to MJ vestiges of Fascism 'W the by-products of growand anti-Semitism, and". tinue the battle of TJP which the war was fouPJ COLMAN A. ZW TM-^. Chaplain (OH CENTER TO ELECT Election of offiet|Jy ami Jewish Center m"" • p.m. Monday at *J' lion building. Swu" | land has been nom reelection. Chief Pelfy |*"JBJ Wax. on terminal ie^JSJ his wife and Igg} their home. Nine Pa"" | Gables. Wax has t*"^i Coast Guard since I* J viously was active B'rith.


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a MARCH 8. 1946 %  knisf /k/Hltr PAGE THREE trim Celebrants Have \ance to Get Nylons .Miami Hebrew School and I Congregation of Miami anl that plans have been com(or their fnst annual ba ll to be held Sunday \ Moose Hall, 420 S.W. L will !• a program of dif ie d entertainment and ng t„ the music of Manny k and Ins orchestra. Numerics such as nylon hose, I sterl.nR silver compacts. Itherrare articles, will* Vd. Tickets are $1.20 per In tax included. Crtalners include the Misses L Meilm. Lucille Gold, a Fox Beverly Cohen, BerSidle, Abbey Sunshine, |otte B lumberg, Bunny FORCE VETERAN )S MISS ROHINSKY m March 3 wedding of Miss |c Rohinsky to King Dansky [place at Beth Sholom Teinlith Rabhi Leon Kronish of%  ng. A reception was held t Temple after the wedding, ted by u dinner at Lillcy's lirant. bride is the daughter of bnd Mrs. Morris Rohinsky, iheridan ave. Mr. Dansky's Ct s are Mr. and Mrs. Harry \y, 233 First st. Miss Be' Dansky was the bride's of honor. Harry Dansky kcsl man. t. Dansky is a graduate of Sriercial High school and [Business aillefie, New Haionn. Mr. Dansky attended ki Beach High school and the irsity of Miami. He spent nrears in the air force as a l-of-town guests included | S. Roskin, Mrs. Sarah hsky, Mrs. Anna Dansky of JYork city; Mr. and Mrs. B. psky and daughter. Nina; pind Mis. A. Rohinsky and Rohinsky, of New Haven, Ir. and Mrs. Harry Dansky, eveland, Ohio. JEMS WIN MUSIC PRIZE Prize for the best musical performance was awarded the Jems chapter at a United Jewish Music Week program given by three B'nai B'rith girls' chapters of Miami Beach on Feb. 27. The Jems presented a choral narration. The award was given by the Beach B'nai B'rith lodge, whose judges were Rabbi Albert Michels, Mrs. Leo Huberman and Mr. Mandell. Also participating were the B'nai B'rith Girls of Sholem lodge, who gave a version of Kol Nidre, and the Winx, who sang Eli Eli. The groups are now preparing Purim Rifts to send overseas. BEAR-SHAPIRO Miss Pearl Shapiro of Fort Lauderdale became the bride of Max Bear Sunday evening at the Alamac hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a dinner at Trotzky's restaurant. The couple left for a wedding trip in Havana. Trays MYRON NEWMAN, President Brand and Jean Brombcrg; and Richard Schulman and Harvey Rclman. Tickets may be obtained from the following: Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz 2-2902; Mrs. Edward A. Moss 2-7115, arid Mrs. Herbert Feldan 3-6191, or at the door. N#PTWWfST nt n:i 77 N. W. 36th St. A. Kronenfeld Ph. 78-3212 John Kronenfeld IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get Liberal Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details |HI Lincoln Road y 2 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. President Read — Free "Let us read your tray instead of your palm" is the slogan of Red Cross workers who score trays in industrial and school cafeterias to arouse Interest in better balanced meals. MISS SPORBORG VISITS FIANCE'S FAMILY Miss Margaret Anne Rothschild Sporborg will leave tomorrow for New Orleans to visit the family of her fiance. Her engagement to William Kling was announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j. Sporborg, 3701 Indian Creek dr. Mr. Kling is the son of Paul Kling and the late Mrs. Kling. The wedding will take place this summer. Miss Sporborg, a graduate of MISS STEIN BETROTHED Announcement of the engagement of Miss Pearl C. Stein to, Fred Roseman was made this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grossman, 321 S. W. Ninth ave. Miss Stein was graduated from Miami High school and attended the Universities of Miami and North Carolina. Mr. Roseman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Roseman of Brooklyn and the Allen hotel, attended New York university and the University of Miami. -* Miami Beach High school, attended Sophie Newcomb college in New Orleans and received her degree from Webber college, Babson Park, Fla. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Kling attended the University of Alabama where he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau. Miami'8 Largest Apparel Store 3T *f H/ u/v^UA*-' Hobbette designs a dramatic little suit for your Spring assignments. It's precision-proportioned for you who are 5' 4" or under. Just right from waist to shoulder — from hipline to hemline. Spotlight on the slot seams, circular yoke, the sly, slit skirt. Pure wool worsted in a glorious galaxy of colors. Sizes 8 to 18 39 95 DON'T FAIL TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL



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[y MARCH 8. 1946 *Jenisti fhriHtr PAGE NINE lippinewsletter is Learned Anti-Semitism md Hand, Miamian Reports eterday, on Feb. 10, we held memorial services at the A year ago, the American soldiers who lie % % % %  ntrxv** liKftrf^tnH R/lr-*nilj-> !" *. 1 l_ 1 B'rith Women Separation I B'rith Women will sepabo two groups in Miami ami Beai i ;it the end of |cordiriu to Mis. Benjamin president. However, may belong to either irs, Landau said. ting ti'i decision to dibs. Landau appointed Mrs. losenth.il and Mrs. Irving J • ler in organiz|Be;icl: group. Other memi to be appointed to this lee which will apply for Ir at the annual Women's %  on. Charter membership I for the Beach group. present offiII continue to serve until %  ration is made, nation of officers for the pganizati m will be made etinfi 8 p.m. Tuesday at ni Elks' club. Mrs. Harman. Ml Sam Goldman, |V Seidler, Mrs. Alex CoMrs S B. Miller cornIt -ting committee. pi"' 1 of supplies to be sent i is the current project of BI B •;. Women. A reI s foi canned Roods ip at Beth David. : • %  dical supplies cemeteries. j~— —3~•——•—• %  mw no I at the military cemetery, liberated Manila at the cost of s A year ago, the 100 Jewish civilians whose remains lied in Manila's Cemeterio del Norte, were massacred ie Japanese had to leave Manila in defeat. ie massacre of the 10 per cent of Jewish people in Manila L, aue to a planned program of extermination as it was in ty. Faced with imminent defeat, the Japanese were They grew savage and sacked, burned, pillaged, murdered in their last few days in Manila and made no distinctions as to their victims. In fact, the greatest horror was perpetrated against some 50.0000 Filipinos who were in the "Walled City" (old section of Manila). What then was the Japanese attitude toward the Jewish people during "peaceful" days of occupation? The answer is that the Japanese had a policy of "second hand anti Semitism" which they learned from their allies, the Nazis. Prof. Arthur Ruppin tells of the Japanese government cabling Hitler in 1936: "We are establishing a chair in anti-Semitism in Tokyo university. Please send us some Jews." This is a pointed anecdote, for it shows that the Japanese had little contact with Jews and only got their antiSemitism second hand from Germany. Before Hitler's ascent to power there were hardly any Jews in Japan. During Hitler's regime, many refugees from Germany and Europe fled to all corners of the globe. Some settled in Kobe, Japan, some in Shanghai, China! and some in Manila. In his book, "Until They Eat Stones," Russel Brines relates that "responding to German requests, ihe Japanese in 1943 decreed the segregation of the European Refugee Jews, who received sanctuary in Shanghai after 1940. Jews lived in specified areas, ghettoized ." In Manila, the situation was different. Manila is a Babel of many peoples. The Japanese therefore had difficulty in segregating all the various elements. So theV took the easiest way out and imprisoned Americans of all faiths (among them some 30 JewLE UNVEILING HELD SUNDAY Pint; of memorials to a B n who died within Pj other will be Tit. Ni bi cemetery Sunmonuments memorialary Gottlieb, 1343 Mer? % %  who died June 17, and J Barney Gottlieb, 1730 |n St., who passed away % veiling will take place nth Rabbi Irving Lehr;. Sid H. Palmer of m Monument company is Ke of arrangements, land relatives are asked pent. fu LTarbulh Ivrith, quaking circle, will p.m. Sunday at the lEUIIH, BERK SHOW FOLKWAYS IN NOVEL DANCES Novel, for Miami, was the interpretation of Jewish emotion through the medium of dance, as presented by Delakova and Berk on the 'Jewish Cultural committee's program Sunday evening. Most dramatic offering was the opening suite in which "Two of Our People" were depicted desperately fleeing from brutality in Europe to the freedom of Palestine. The transition from futility and terror to resolution and happiness was clear and moving, but, as in a major part of the program, the dancers were disturbingly mechanical. The very feelings they portrayed have a fineness of character that deserved a more refined treatment. In the Palestinian numbers, the pair showed greater polish and grace. The "Hora" was especially well done and contained the natural gesturing and motion that is inherent in it. Of the solo numbers, Mr. Berk's "Meditation"—with the broad rhythms of Chassidism—was most enjoyable. Miss Delakova was at her best in "Lullaby," in which she displayed the tenderness of maternal affection. The dancers were accompanied at the piano by Miss Sylvia Marshall, whose understanding of Jewish folk music was an added contribution to the program. It is lare that the local community has the opportunity of seeing Jewish concert dancing. Yet Jewish expression is so adaptable to the terpsichorean art. Throughout the history of the Jewish people, dancing has play-' ed an important role in our culture as an anodyne, a natural outlet for joy and sorrow. It is to be hoped that Sunday evening's lecital was the inaugura-' tion of greater local interest in this art form.—Selma Thompson, dance editor. SEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH (CONTINUED ON PAGE 12) 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 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 60S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-586* FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR L ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE $. Shapoff, Realtor W 2 7TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027~ RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1S89 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. O., Director Reasonable Prices %  aassiLsrge Beautiful CroundSsaasasa HOUSE FOR SALE $2,500 Down. Quick possession. 3 bedrooms; well furnished: frame home; electric and gas kitchen; 2 porches. Coconut Grove. $5,700 BALANCE EASY CHESTER BARTLETT 2246 S. W. 32nd Avenue DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripurc M Water DELlVtMO TO TOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80? 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c Plus Bottle Deposit PHONE 2 4128 National Officer to Be Guest At B'nai B'rith Vet Ceremony Sidney G. Kusworm, national treasurer of B'nai B'rith, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of Sholem Lodge, 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, at the Miami Elks' lodge, 9 N. E. Third ave. A prominent Dayton (Ohio) attorney, Kusworm has been a member of the national executive committee of B'nai B'rith since 1921. He is a member of the American Bar association, is past exalted ruler of the Elks, past district deputy grand exalted ruler for Ohio, and past president of District Grand Lodge No. 2, B'nai B'rith. He is chairman of the national American commission of B'nai B'rith and trustee of theo Leo N. Levi Memorial hospital, -^ w — Hot Springs. Ark.; the National \Jx. Wise Celebrates Birthday With AJC Dr. Stephen S. Wise will celebrate his birthday a week in advance with members of the American Jewish Congress, Women's division. The organization will be host to Dr. and Mrs. Wise at a luncheon Sunday at the Beachcomber. Program for the event will include the invocation by Mrs. Moses Krieger and musical selections by Miss Rosemary Gerson, vocalist, and Miss Frances Druckerman, pianist. Miss Gerson, a former Miami resident, is visiting here from New Jersey. Dr. and Mrs. Wise are both scheduled to speak. Dr. Wise will be guest speaker SIDNEY G. KUSWORM at Temple Beth Sholom's services Jewish Hospital for Consumpthis evening. tives, Denver, and the Cleveland Jewish Orphans' home. World War II veterans who are members of the Miami lodge will be honored by the membership in a formal ceremony. 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JAY. MARCH 8. 1946 passah Wins jgional Award vith 8 merrdleT.hip of 1.000 Greater Miami chapter of dassah won the southeasregional membership gj jhe Tampa confer\Z this week. The local Lpier received the award having the largeit proporpate increase in member£ Abraham Goodman, presiI accepted the award on be|'of Mrs. Matilda Ratnor and Ralph Cohen, membership Irmen. Mrs. Alex Van laten and Mrs. Sol Leslie elected to the regional ,rious phases of Zionism and sh thought will be treated symposium to be presented meeting of Hadassah 2 p.m. lay at Bi-th Jacob synagogue. ipants will be Harry iihoff, who will speak on Iral Zionism; Abe Gannes, Zionism; Mrs. Dorothy er Fink, other aspects of h thought. Mrs. Max Dobrin >e moderator. estions and discussion from mdience will be included in irogram. Refreshments and ial hour will follow the >erman to Play | Special Concert onislaw Huberman, violinist founder-conductor of the fctine Symphony orchestra, (appear in a special concert jrday evening, March 23, unthe auspices oLthe Greater m Jewish Curwral commitevent, to be held at the m Bestch High school, is not [ of the committee's regular Duman has gained fame r'ghout the world for his artand technique. He is an ht Zionist. pets, priced at $1.50 plus nay be obtained at the Mi\ Beach Y. Bureau of Jewlucation, Amidon's in Miami, |s Bros.' Beach store, Miami Radio Co. (1219 Lincoln )i thi Normandy Isle school | Biarritz dr.). *Jewisti tkrH, ir PAGE SEVEN :HIK CONCERT kcts [in the concert of br P, Pinchik have gone on f\ the Miami Beach Jewish whose Sisterhood will or the affair at the Miami Hih school the evening krch 19. ktor Pinchik is a noted infcter of liturgical synagogue Came Chests Ire than 5,000 recreation filled with games, puizles, and books have been supby community groups all the country working through %  ican Red Cross camp and Ital councils. These chests (been shipped to all overseas rs for distribution by Red field directors to troops in occupation unite. JST PUBLISHED RABBI'S FAITH Sermons Hope and Courage |Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner tri<;e $2.50 lf Abraham Book Fund [ Souih Ferry Street Albany 2, N. Y, "SOS" Supplies Help Jewish Survivors THESE ARE THE THINGS THEY NEED: Candles, to critically needed by the Jewish survivor* overseas, are among the essential items being sought in the nationwide S.O.S. Collection, emergency project of the Joint Distribution Committee to provide 20,000,000 additional pounds of relief for the 1,400,000 surviving Jews in continental Europe. Total darkness sets in early during the winter months and when daylight fades into night, %  here is no friendly light to lift the gloom. Living conditions in displaced persons centers and other temporary shelters do not include electricity or any of the facilities that are taken for granted in American homes. In addition to candles, canned food, clean warm clothing, blankets, medical supplies and comfort items for daily use are needed with equal urgency. Sweaters displayed at this S.O.S. Collection Depot were hand-knitted by women's group* participating in the nationwide drive for supplies. Polish Refugees Report Anti-Semitic Violence VIENNA (WNS)—A description of recent acts of violence and murder against Jews in Poland and Silesia during the month of February was given here this week by a group of 20 recently arrived Jewish refugees from Poland. Some of the group, coming from Gleiwitz, Silesia, said on Feb. 26 they had been in the market place when they learned that a Jewish family had been attacked in a nearby house. One of them, Shalom Weiler, said that he immediately went toward the house which, he added, was surrounded by police at that time. He learned that before the police arrived, the three men entered the house, killing the occupant, Schwartzbach, and his daughter and seriously wounding his wife and mother. Mrs. Schwartzbach later died of the injuries. 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A Purirr | I be presented at the brim Kivel. Sylvia Fl Saperstein. Doris Albin is man of the brunch which is part of Junior Had. campaign. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 1520 S. W. 5th SL Phone 2-7439 __ A-DAT Vlumlii Tablats. A sod D tables In tb. y.Uow bo.-B-Coi: pla tafles j la tba pq bot S?. c| HUH' "*>,. %  X NIRVINLQ I rscsloa. Uis onlj as alretad. NO WONDER it s good .... it* EHRET'S BEER YESHIVA CAMPAIGNS NEW YORK (JTA)— A $5,000,000 campaign foi I e Veshiva university was opened here this week at a dinner nt the Hotel Biltmore addressed by City Comptroller Lazarus Joseph and by Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein. The fund will be used for academic and physical expansion. HEIU Bistnvnc RREnn S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING MONDAY WRESTLING TUESDAY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAMS NEWS STAUD 3-1236 FAMOUS FOR FINE FLAVOR SINCE 1866 ENJOY A BOTTLE OF EHRET'S BEER TODAY! DISTRIBUTOR WKR7 MOBa-WWesale Beer & Wm 2049 N. Miami AM, Miami. Flo. 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JAY. MARCH 8, 1946 +Jelstncrli "Always Keep % m Laughing," his life story, bcli Warm rs will picturize unProdm* r Jerry Wald's superIon. The story, in which Humart has been set to porthe comedian, will face the heras late this summer. • • • script of "Abie's Irish e," just completed by Anne Ihols. h is been submitted to tl Luk..s. now relaxing at Springs. Paul has been bed lor the role of Solomon tv in the picture. • • Lichtman, resigning vice Bidftit of Metro-Gold wynyei lio, will have to lay treen $25,000,000 and $30,000,i on the line if he carries out (current ambition to purchase lt< (I Artists Studio. Indicafi that he will be able to OVi r th'' distribution organlinn provided he offers suffipt cash. And while his dickerto date have been confined hi his talks with Mary k: thei UA stockholders, |udin both Charles Chaplin Davi i ii. Sclznick are aware v\ transpiring. • • • hen no truth to the report [i Jessel, who has made many appearances at the tte H e and other Washingbanquets, will be appointed pi Seneral! And, by the G orgie says that Bing sby refuses to make another like "Going My Way" and |1 31 Mary's" unless they fv a CARDINAL! • • • Bui Henried's projected apartPj modeled after those Vienna, with each unit facing %  rden ai i having plenty of •spat.for children. Veterans havi priority on the apartifs, i specially those with Bren and pets. • • I I post-war screening in l'"'li of a Goebbels' blacktook place over the -end at the Luitpold theater Warner's "Dr. Ehrlich's lc Bullet." starring Edward Robinson, and preceded by a ny reinstating Dr. ich on the German profession's scroll of • • • I* 1 incorrigible "Baby ?* %  > celebrates her silver anfMry this month. Compw Fanny Brice, star of the lounday program, introduced F'ruble Tot to the Palace |F* (N. Y.) vaudeville audi1 JUsl 25 years ago! • • fc r f e „J 0Dias P'ays a sailor in Pd The Sailor" at RKO. A r wh Pathetically hates the pnu longs for life ashore. Ac!; %  ln [eal life, George turns dl he sight of the ocean! • • Mrlcs Vidor and Columbia fw -ntiffing, with the directing instructed his attor" U7 to void his contract • Wh C i" Pany U a11 took Inei p ,Ullu '' w h0 di ^cted T tw H 1 ^ Hayworth film "Gilda," wanted to take his wife to a sneak preview of the picture. A Columbia executive informed him that as his wife was the daughter of Harry Warner, head of an opposition studio, he didn't think it right that she attend the showing. Vidor burned and said he would like to get out. Then a day later he got a registered letter saying that as he was the director of the picture he could be present, but it again was pointed out that his'wife couldn't. So that blew the works and Vidor wants his freedom! • • The Hollywood Bowl association has announced that an annual award of one thousand dollars will be offered, starting this summer, for a composer whose work is as "indigenous to America as was the music of George Gershwin." Known as the Gershwin Memorial Award, the prize is open to native or naturalized American citizens. Compositions must be suitable for playing by a symphony orchestra, and they may or may not be with solo voices and chorus or instrumental solos. All entries must be submitted in manuscript form not later than May 1. • • • The Marx Brothers will find appreciative audiences when "A Night In Casablanca" is released. All those who have been inconvenienced by the hotel and housing shortage will howl when Groucho, as a hotel proprietor, tells an Arab: "I'm sure you'll find our tents very comfortable. They have four exposures. There's a floor in every room— a mattress on every floor—and a prayer rug on every mattress. If you don't sec what you want, just get down on the rug and pray for it." Obituaries Face Facts By George Talianoff Fla. Regional Director, ADL and contrasting Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Samuel Miller, 55, who died at his home, 1919 S. W. 17th st., last Friday after a heart attack. Rabbi Murray Grauer and Rabbi Max Shapiro with the Rev. Maurice Mamches, officiated at the services which were held in the Gordon Funeral home. Burial followed at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Mr. Miller came to Miami 18 years ago from Brooklyn and was associated with National Brands. He was financial secretary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and a board member of the Miami Hebrew school and junior congregation. Interesting news items: A Miami Beach taxicab driver of the Jewish faith delivered a woman passenger to her destination and later discovered she had eft an expensive, imported black leather purse in his cab. Without opening the purse he took it the Miami Beacch Traffic bureau. The police sergeant, upon opening the purse, found it contained $23.00, as well as identification of the owner. The owner's residence was a hotel long known for its un-American, restrictive policy • • • In Pearsall, Tex., Willie Pena, a United States citizen of Mexican descent, who left his left arm in France, cannot join his own home town American Legion post. He was told that the Pearsall post has a right to make its own rules for membership and that Mexicans are not permitted to join. On the same page of the newspaper which carried this item appeared a United Press release that the Congressional Medal of Honor has been awarded posthumously to a Mexican, Pfc. Manual Perez, Jr., native of Oklahoma City. This Mexican hero killed at least twenty-three Japanese in a successful whirlwind assault on an enemy pillbox in Luzon. The Pearsall post should read the citation awarded to this Mexican American. "Through his courageous determination and heroic disregard of grave danger, Perez made possible the successful advance of his unit toward a valuable objective and provided a lasting inspiration for his comrades." • • Rank's rantings may adversely affect the economical growth of his state. Under the heading "If it's in Mississippi, then profit isn't everything," appears an item concerning an invitation extended by the Mississippi Agricultural Industrial board to a resident of another state to locate his flourishing industry in Mississippi. The non-resident's rejection of the offer explains, "I sincerely believe that the vast mass of people in your state are good people, patriotic, honest and religious. But we do not hear about them; instead we read about the bigoted doings of your Honorable Congressman Rankin and Senator Bilbo, two men who are doMARX IJOULS N. Minx, 61, aem merchant who came here tx years ;**<> from N.u York city, died at his rexlilemr. L'sao Pali-green dr., Miami Beach, Monday after u brief lllnens. Surviving are IIIM wife. Mrs. 1'earl Marx; daughter. Ml.ts Dorothy Marx, both of Miami Beach, and sister. Mrs. Jessie Frank of l.os Angeles. Calif. Services in Qordon Kuntral home chapel Wednesday were loilowed by burial in Mt Ne!x> cemetery. MANTELL Mrs. Anna Mantell. 47. died last Wednesday in the Mantell 1'laza hotel. Miami Beach, owned by her husband. John. She came from New York 21) years ago. In addition to her husband, she leaves two daughters. Mrs. Sally Rayleaberg and Miss Ciioria Mantell. and a son. Murray, all of Miami Beach. Berrloea were held Friday in Hiverside Memorial chapel. Uurlal OH in Mt. Nebo cemetery. SILBERMINTZ Mrs. Sarah Silbermlntz. .",6. formerly of New York city, died at :,4 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, Monday afternoon after a heart attack. She is survived by her husband. Henjamln Silb.i mints: two sons. Henry and Sidney Sllbei inintz, and two daughters. Hetty Wohl and Carrie Zirl. all of Miami Beach. The body was sent to New York by Hiverside Memorial chapel. KURZROK Max Kurzrok. 74. dltrd Sunday at his home. 611 S. W. 26th rd. He came from New York seven years MO and leave* his wife. Mrs. I-ena Kiimri*. and a daughter. Miss Blather O. Kunrok. both of Miami: two sons and a brother. The body was shipiHMl to Brooklyn by the Uordon Funeral home. Woman's Angle Red Cross Production Corps volunteers make layettes for maternity hospitals and dress dolls for child patients. They also make children's garments for distribution to disaster victims ana others in need. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Olrtctor ABE 6IBENBEHO. Treasurer In New York: 76h Si. and Amsterdam Ave. Religion in Schools To Be P-TA Topic "Religious Education in the Public Schools" is the subject of the panel discussion to be heard at the meeting of the Beth David Parent-Teachers' association 8 p. m. Monday at the congregation building, according to Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairrhan of the program committee. Participating will be Dr Andrew W. Gottsghall, Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; Miss Alice Mac Vicar, assistant director of Dade county instruction; Miss Malvina Weiss, Miami Beach elementary school teacher and chairman of the intercultural committee, and Rabbi Max Shapiro. A. P. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will act as moderator. The Jewish Folk Chorus will render several selections. New Young Men's Club Formed At Miami "Y" Mrs. William Kirshner, past president of the southern region of Hadassah, spoke on Zionism at the first cultural meeting of the newly formed Young Men's Club of the Miami Y Wednesday evening. Mrs. Kirshner was southern representative to the World Zionist conference in 1939. The Young Men's Club, for men 20 to 25 years old, is an independent group organized for cultural, religious, athletic and social activity. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesdays of each month and are open to the public, according to Jack Dayan, president. Other officers are Robert Kantor, vice president, and Frank Marks, secretary-treasurer. Bowlers Form League A new bowling league will be organized at the Miami Y 8 p.m. Monday, according to Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the athletic committee. Membership is still open. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. ing everything they can to create hatred, division and crisis in this country." Burdine's To Build Second Miami Store A four and one-half story building is the major item in Burdine's $1,000,000 expansion program which will begin this month, according to George E. Whitten, president of the company. The new building will be located on the west side of Miami ave. on Flagler St., directly opposite the present Burdine store. Also planned are two additions to the present six-story building. The two structures will be connected by a bridge and a tunnel. Completion of this extensive building program will result in greatly expanded and improved selling departments, addition of other departments, more convenient arrangements of merchandise for shoppers and generally improved service throughout the store. Founded in 1898, Burdine's has long been Florida's largest department store and is known nationally for its Sunshine Fashions. rcme -710 S.W. 12th AV.MIAMH TEL 3-3431-A "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME r-/IU l_J WE OmCUUY KPKSCNT THE MAJ0WTY Of PW8THERK JEWISH FUNERAL MMES InjaimaUon Gladly Fumatmd en Rtqutlt SERVING MIAMI BEAM 1 MIAMI Exclus ively Jewish IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 CEMETERY PLOT FOR SALE THE ONLY AVAILABLE FAMILY PLOT OF 16 GRAVES IN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION SECTION OF WOODLAWN CEMETERY. H SIMONS 1003 Seybold Building Phone 2-3151 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 i' < f ^ i 0a w0


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tewiybJaoipidliiain Com. %  ^ %  T H E JEWISH UNITY F 3THE JEWISH WEEKLY "^TTNUMBER 10 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS ighai Jews fire Need, it to Leave lircrs Hear Arab Opposition Icwish State, Immigration ,Q ,JTA) Arabs are firmly opposed to the establishJewish state and further immigration into Palestine, accept no compromise that would provide for less than Sblishment of an independent Arab state in Palestine, Rahman Azzam Bey, secretary general of the Arab told the Anglo-American Inquiry committee when it I hearings here. The league's position was presented in uqe memorandum supplementing Azzam Bey's testi—mony. Claiming that the Balfour declaration and other British and international promises to establish a Jewish national home in Palestine were unilateral and illegal, the league memorandum asked for the abolition of the British Mandate over Palestine and the setting up of an independent Arab state. Asserting that opposition to Zionism was not based on religious prejudice, the statement maintained that it was unjust to force the Palestine Arabs to accept into their country people "whose avowed intention is to wrest the country from its owners and occupants." The memorandum also charged that Zionism threatens the security and tranquility of the Jews already in Arab countries and that it only aggravates the Jewish problem by holding out "hopes that can never be fulfilled!" The league warned that its participation in the inquiry group's proceedings did not imply its acceptance of any decision by the committee or Britain and the United States alone. Azzam Bey, who took the stand for 15 minutes, referred to the Jews as "cousins" and reiterated the league's stand that the Jews were welcome in Arab countries as long as they remained a minority. In the course of questioning by members of the inquiry committee, however, he declared that "almost a state of war" exists between the Arabs and the Zionists. Replying to a question by Wilfred Crick, British member of the inquiry group, he asserted that the boycott of Jewish-made goods from Palestine was introduced because the Zionists were "pursuing the aim of becoming the majority in Palestine at the expense of the Arabs." He said IGHAI IJTAI— The M.OOO [rvivinfc m the Hongkew (etion of Shanghai, which LiH'.-r turned into a ghetto khe war, are still desperneed ••! clothing and although they are being the Joint Distribution and I'NHRA, an inlon by ,\ Jewish TelelARcncy correspondent reMost of the refugees are toncerned over the possinf emigration and rcing themselves in other lmniedi.it' food relief beaded and clothing promINKKA officials, the pssing problem still to be housing. The majority Refugees live in crowded various make-shift huts jscantilj furnished basenrtments. The.se housing jnents have one thing in -a lack id elementary n and oi even the most conveniences. With the housing shortage that exhanghai, there seems to 'Pe of removing the Jews pir hovels and furnishing th living quarters which any degree of comfort tat ion. "ale ol the Jews is suf, they eannot begin lid then lives until they bled t 0 emigrate to a of their choice. Appar'>" a few of them desire n "i China and be ab'Uhin that nation's econWM of the others are ,n the problem of no start them off in a new na the older people fear 1 ability to work will o he standards required Jj.meet in a new coun|* !" n want to provide Pves and c n\nc with sh,?, T find means of n R this aim. lews Recognized UE < JTAl A new eJec rJust adopted by the th,W^nwnt limits |Mse o citizens of "SlaP ,0 al.ty." thus, in pr£. jas. deprive those f'ouly claimed Jew.sh t „ e i h nRht t0 vote. mm,, ,1R "'' rc *8n.zes r •' ,h J ^s will |C J v te as citiare S Vakia J ^ish d, e understood to be ? n ?"•>*. however to £ e fr anchi Se to (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Unit Action Vetoed By London Parley Jews as LONDON (JTA)—Jewish communities and organizations from 13 countries, represented at the conference here called by the Anglo-Jewish Association and the American Jewish committee, will consult with each other on major post-war Jewish problems, but do not propose to establish any "international Jewish super body claiming to speak in the name of the individual Jewish communities in the various countries," it was announced last Saturday at a reception marking the conclusion of the meeting. A demand that the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees consult Jewish organizations concerning allocation of the $30,000,000 of German reparations assigned to Nazi victims by the Allied Reparations commission was made in the report by Mr. Strook. The report also suggested that the property of heirExtend CJA, Need $80,000 CAIRO STRIKE BARS COMMITTEE'S WORK CAIRO (JTA) —The AngloAmerican Committee of Inquiry on Palestine was compelled to call off Us scheduled hearings last Monday because of a general strike which paralysed Cairo. The strike was called to protest the death of Egyptians killed by British troops during the rioting on Feb. 21. (It is reported from Jerusalem that the city has been turned into a fortress in a move to guarantee the safety of the committee members. Pill boxes and barbed wire barricades have been erected in the streets, and near the King David Hotel, where the committee will be quartered.) Dr. Wise Praises Miami Drive As Pace-Setter for Nation Less than $80,000 short of the $783,100 Combined Jewish Appeal goal, campaign workers voted to extend the drive for ten days at a mass meeting Wednesday night. Confidence that the campaign guota would be exceeded was expressed by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, who offered his "gratitude as an American Jew for the inspiration" that the Miami community has brought to this "great spiritual enterprise." Campaign Chairman Wm. D. Kennel Club Boosts Drive With $5,000 Demand Dismissal Of N. y. Teacher (CONTINUED ON PAOt •) NEW YORK (JTA)—The New York City Board of Education's exoneration of Miss May Quinn, who was charged with spreading anti Semitic, anti Negro and anti-alien propaganda in the city schools, has been attacked in a statement by Ralph E. Samuel, chairman of the New York chapter of the American Jewish committee, who warned that the "trifling penalty imposed on Miss Quinn tor dereliction of duty" may be interpreted "by biasminded teachers" as an encouragement to "bring anti-democratic theories" into classrooms. Samuel called upon New Yorkers not to permit the Quinn case to be "forgotten" and declared that the American Jewish committee will press further action against the board's decision by "supporting the campaign of the United Parents' association." Meanwhile, parents at the new school to which Miss Quinn was transferred have protested to supervisory educational officers and have picketed the school demanding Miss Quinn's dismissal. Some parents have announced that they will not permit their children to sit in Miss Quinn's classes. A project to study group and race prejudices in children has been instituted by the American Jewish committee and is being carried out at the Institute of Child Welfare of the University of California, Dr. John Slawson, executive vice president of the committee, has announced. The various influences affecting the spread ol prejudice and the age at which it begins to manifest itself are the primary aims of the study, which is being carried on among 160 children, all of whom are appioximately 17 years old and have been under observation by University of California educators since birth. A $5,000 check for the Combined Jewish Appeal has been presented by the Miami Beach Kennel club through Mayor Herb Frink, according to Wm. D. Singer, camp a i g n chairman. Chas. W. Bidwill is president of the Beach dog track which made the voluntary contribution. In announcing the gift, Mr. <* Singer stated that the Kennel club made the donation because it recognizes the tremendous overseas needs and wants to have a hand in putting Miami over the top in its drive for $783,100. Other gifts announced this week included a $1,000 check from Sophie Tucker and a contribution from a Catholic clergyman visiting Miami Beach. The clergyman said that he had always contributed to the Jewish Appeal in New York and since he was not there at this time he did not want to miss the opportunity of giving this year. He added that he has been deeply touched by the plight of the war victims in Europe among whom the greatest sufferers have been the Jewish people. British Accused of i .eniency toN azis LONDON (JTA)—The British military government in Germany is displaying leniency towards Nazis, at the same time it treats Jews like all other Germans, Dr. Philip Auerbach, chairman of the Union of Jewish Communities in the Rhineland and Westphalia, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week. Dr. Auerbach, who came to London to attend the international Jewish conference, said that German Jews who desire to remain in Germany will be unable to do so unless British policy undergoes a radical change. "I do not have the impression," he said, "that the military government desires to help us." Alleging that the British are reluctant to take action against Nazis, Dr. Auerbach said that while high-ranking Nazis, who helped to carry out and enforce the anti-Jewish measures, have been named to administrative positions by the military government, he was dismissed from his Singer set March 17 as the closing date of the drive for funds for 70 local, national and overseas agencies. Dr. Wise promised he would cite Miami as a precedent for other cities participating in the United Jewish Appeal's $100,000,000 campaign during his countrywide tour. "You have builded better than you know," he declared, stating that Miami showed its understanding of faith, brotherhood and unity in the results of the drive thus far. "The Jews of Europe are not strangers to be saved, but brothers to be served." Dr. Wise praised the work of Mr. Singer, Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, which sponsors the campaign, and Max Orovitz, Federation president. He also paid tribute to Stanley C. Myers, recently elected president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and commended the community for its contribution in leadership as well as in increased money to the American Jewish scene. Leading divisions, from the point of quota percentages, are the liquor division, headed by Ned Sail, and education and welfare agencies, headed by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Abe Cannes. In money raised, the hotel division is at the top. Nat Hankoff, chairman of the division, was one of the 350 Jewish leaders from all parts of the country who opened the national campaign of the UJA in Washington Feb. 24. Locally he is assisted by Irving Frankel, Joseph Gardner, Sam Lachman and others. (CpNTiNy;p..pN P/kQl ) Parliament Asked To Lodge Protest LONDON (JTA)—The British government was asked this week to lodge a protest with Moscow against the action of Soviet military authorities in barring the Anglo-American Inquiry committee on Palestine from Hungary and Rumania. Capt. Leonard David Gammans, Conservative member of the British Parliament, who suggested that such a protest be made, insisted that the action of the Soviet authorities was an unfriendly act "in view of the fact that more Jews are alive in Hungary and Rumania than in any other part of Europe." Minister of State Philip J. Noel-Baker, replying, said that the representations would not serve any useful purpose, since the Inquiry committee had already left Europe. He added that the matter was discussed with Soviet officials and that efforts had been made to secure entry of the committee into Hungary and Rumania, lift