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The Jewish Floridian ( March 15, 1946 )

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• ] lie\wiislb-IElliDipidliiain T ^fc^-THE JEWISH UNITY Curt THE IFWISH WEEKLY 19-NUMBER 11 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS 0 24 • S783.100 goal in liters of the Combined |pral are extending the until Sunday, March i Victory party will be fcley's restaurant [4,500 people have connore than $704,000 to laving campaign for bnal ami overseas agenrdinfi to Morris Klass, Idirector. An excess of which represent h,st year's giving, are irorked by the 100 volho are winding up the said. Top giving is prue as last year, Klass ng a special appeal to kh people of Greater (finish the job. Wm. D. |a m p a i g n chairman, started a drive for at has never been atGreater Miami, and succeed because of the The 1.250,000 Jewid women and the little *:ho have managed to he honors of war to |igh cold, hunger and must receive the care to live. By finishing started out to do, we ^e must give them cause of the entire country ed on Greater Miami, led. Outcome of this Iwill '" %  a nuide to Jew|unities throughout the raising the $100,000,Jt wish Appeal goal program for refugees, needs and Palestine. To Be Dedicated iiac Home [anh;itu,n cottage, acW 1!) children, will be at the National ChilIrdiae Home, Mending i> 3 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. zrnan. president of the chapter, has come to [rrmk.the presentation Tobin, Home presikon Kronish will read uction. Jewry Opposes Immigration Bill WASHINGTON (JTA)—Judge Nathan D. Perlman of the Court of Special Sessions of New York this week testified before the House Immigration committee in opposition to the Gosset bill, which asks halving of the present immigration quota for the next 10 years. He emphasized that the provisions of the bill are "an act of gratuitous cruelty toward the great masses of suffering men and women in devastated Europe." Judge Perlman spoke in behalf of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, which includes the American Jewish committee, the American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith, the Jewish Labor committee, the Jewish War Veterans of America, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Jewish community councils in 20 cities. "Rather than considering a proposal for the further exclusion of a few of the great mass of helpless persons, the Congress might more appropriately be concerned with means whereby national quotas may be combined and the total quotas of 153,000 a year be made available for admission of victims of the Nazi terror, together with other eligible immigrants, without regard to birthplace or religion," Judge Perlman said. Arguing that enactment of the bill would not significantly affect employment conditions, Perlman declared that contrarily. "many immigrants have created new jobs, by creating new enterprises and new industries." He urged no alteration of existing quotas before a thorough study of the present immigration laws has been made, as recommended by a report of the Immigration committee itself. "We should ready ourselves after full study," Perlman declared, "to write a new immigration law, aimed at a constructive immigration policy that would best serve both our domestic interests and the causT of international harmony." Read Lewis, executive director of the Common Council for American Unity, also appeared in opposition to the bill. Hospital Group Gets Charter For $2,000,000 Institution The $2,000,000 Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami came nearer fruition yesterday afternoon with the signing of a corporation charter in circuit court before Judge George E. Holt. Name of the proposed 200-bed, non-sectarian institution was announced Wednesday when Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Miami Beach attorney and former councilman, was elected president of the corporation. Other officers selected were Sam Blank, vice president; Max Orovitz, secretary; Abe Goodman, treasurer. Orovitz had been chairman of the temporary citizens' committee which began negotiations for the hospital several months ago. Next step by the group will be a comprehensive survey of local medical needs and proposed sites under the direction of Dr. E. M. Bluestone, medical director of New York's Montefiore hospital, who conferred with the temporary committee several weeks ago. %  Between 15 and 40 trustees are w-* | -w-^ • j ^^^^^^ to De selected to expand the corI M k I h iJiVltfl Tfi ji ^k— poration's community represenAJ^tll I/aTlU LVJ pPP^^ |^ tation, Orovitz reports. It is an. U j^F ticipated that fund-raising activi%  4 itl/1 ^JfiWT' ^*ilf"fi HH ties, necessary for the erection of J. llllt i^l OltC the modern structure, will be conducted in the near future through the facilities of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, either separately or in conjunction with Federation's annual campaign. In undertaking the hospital project, leaders of the movement were given assurance by nationally known experts that even the BULLETIN Signing of the hospital charier was postponed at the last minute yesterday due to the sudden death of Harriet Williams, jr.. 5-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Williams, Thursday morning. Mr. Williams is one of the i originators of the hospital movement. Besides the parents, two brothers survive. Services were held 4 p.m. yesterday at Philbrick Funeral home with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Interment was in Graceland Memorial park. New dale of the charter signing is to be set by Judge George E. Holt. Purchase of a site for a new synagogue and Talmud Torah buildings was favored in a motion passed by the Beth David Congregation Wednesday night. This followed a series of discussions over the past two years during which it was decided that the present synagogue at 135 N. W. Third ave. is not adequate for the congregation's needs. The growing membership, increased student activity and school enrollment were the prime factors in taking this step. Another major development in Miami's pioneer congregation's decision to move was the trend of the population shift toward the Southwest section which is densely populated by Jewish residents. A five-man committee was appointed by Harry Simons, president, to select a location for the approval of the congregation. Committee members are Harry Markowitz, Sam Weissel, Jacob Sher, Al Quadow and Hyman Sootin. First Immigrants To Leave Germany In May FRANKFURT (JTA)—The first transport of Jewish immigrants from the American zone of Germany to the United States will probably sail in May, Ilya Dijour, HIAS director for Germany and Austria, told a press conference here. The first group will probably be composed of 600-800 children, he said. wty Owners Urged to Vote ation of a voluntary Committee to induce Iwners to vote on May IDade county improve%  grarn was announced .' oy t rancis M. Miller, [and Mrs. T. T. Stevens, j[mg civic, professional I„ b 'eaders formed the ream,,,,,. gr0UPr with Pwteerlng daily to adP v wrs go to the polls ps themselves for or l e Projects. lonin M kr e *Pressing Int n n n the "even F m Projects to be voted £r b e'i no Wel 1 fare Projects > arT/H 1 and "eeded law thc educational > ai ment faeihti es pro posed are badly needed to meet the rapid growth of our community. "While the members of this committee favor the entire program, its primary objective is to urge property owners to go to the polls and vote. "We need the old folks' hom 'and the children's detention home proposed in the program. We need a clean park for South Dade county and the tuberculosis hospital. Through the warehouse, the county will save money in depreciation of costly machinery. We need the aquarium and marine laboratory, and the auditorium. "One thing many people may want to know: that is the question of whether it is a question of voting on all seven proposals as a single entity, or on each one, individually. They stand as Single proposals; those who favor this and oppose that can vote just that way. "The main thing this committee wants to emphasize is just to vote. Whether you vote them up or vote them down, vote. This applies particularly to the veterans returning from the war. They fought to preserve the inalienable right of a democracy's citizens—the right to vote, and the right of free expression. BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER Weizman Pleads For Jewish Homeland JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann came before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry en Palestine Friday as it opened hearings here, and in a calm, but impassioned fourand-a-half hour statement pleaded with them to allow the building of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. The high points of Dr. Weizmann's testimony, which was frequently interrupted by questions from the visibly interested committee members, were: 1. Although he favors the eventual establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine, when the Jews are in a majority, he does not demand the establishment of such a state immediately, but wants maximum Jewish immigration. 2. He is not interested in the "trappings" of a Jewish state, but wants "state power" for Jews to develop the country, and the immediate abolition of the White Paper. 3. He wants peace with the Arabs and is willing to meet with them at any time to discuss the future of the country. 4. He does not believe that there is any future in Europe for most of that continent's Jews. 5. He revealed that Winston Churchill, when Prime Minister, promised that when the war ended, he would try to convince the United States government to go along with Zionist aspirations. 6. He is "profoundly opposed" to violence and would do everything in his power to curb it. Weiimann Answers "No" Bartley Crum asked whether erection of Mercy hospital would leave room for greatly needed additional hospital facilities. Besides the officers, originators of the Mt. Sinai project include Dr. Morris Goodman, Monte Selig, Stanley C. Myers, Henry D. Williams, J. Gerald Lewis, Alex Van Staaten, Arthur A. Ungar. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Moses Ginsberg, Samuel Friedland, Wm. D. Singer and Mitchell Wolfson. Zionist Congress Sets Palestine Meeting JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The first World Zionist Congress since 1939 will be held in Palestine in August, it was announced last week at a meeting of the Small Zionist Actions committee. It was decided that delegates would be chosen on the basis of "shekel" payments for only one year, thus enabling the Revisionists, who have not made such payments for several years because of differences with the Zionist Organization, to participate. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, addressing the meeting, expressed his pleasure at the fact that the Congress is to be held here, declaring that it foreshadowed the creation of a Jewish state. He said that he was happy to be back in Palestine to share in the "hard days," although he believes that success will crown Zionist ef-' ; %  %  I > V I 1 i !. ffiii f \ • %  i i : IP n %  •t i | >:i i :i



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r • !" >*Y. HUE*' PAGE TWO 9^Uoria££y &fM>cdirig> By ELSIE KRONENFELD Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grossman of New York are leaving after a three-week stay with his brother, Ben Grossman Molly and Bernard Klein are finally getting that apartment at 1535 S. W. Sixth st. and will be moving in today. Molly's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear, have been entertaining Mr. Bear's sister, Mrs. Sadie Kerper, of New York. Mrs. Kerper left Thursday after a three-month stay. Congratulations to Joe Bermann on his birthday. Joe, we're a little late since the event was March 7, but wanted to see your name in once, instead of Belle's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiley returned to Chicago after a month's stay with Mrs. Wiley's parents, the Herman Wronkers, Sadigo Court apartments Mrs. Morris Plant has as her guest Abe Housman of New York ... Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta are due in today. Dr. Serotta is out of the Army after three years of service and will practice dentistry in Miami. His wife is the former Dorothy Levin and we know that her folks, the Ike Levins, are happy to see them here. Max and Millie Serotta will have a chance to see their brother just before they move to Saratoja Springs, N. Y., next week. Capt. Paul Lerrnson of New York spent a couple of nights here with friends on his way back to his post in Puerto Rico. Jack and Dolores Courshon have no worry about a place to stay after their return from their honeymoon. Jack's uncle, j Albert Pollak, owns the Belmar hotel and is going to make j room for them there for a while. My father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle, of Atlanta, Ga are here for a few days. They flew in Sunday to surprise us. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Park have been spending the winter at the Monroe hotel. Miami winters being so much nicer than Chicago's, they are looking for I a house to settle in There should be more rooms or you -visitors to Hendersonville this summer for Stanley Segal says he is building a hotel there Mr and Mrs. M. A. Abramson, 445 S W. Second St., have theu son and daughter-in-law visit,ing them from Jacksonville. They will be here for the rest of the week. Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, president of the national Women s division, American Jewish Congress, was honor guest at a :tea in the home of Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein Wednesday. Hostesses were Mrs. Weinstein. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mrs. Sol Leslie D. J. Apte. who deserted Miami for Tampa I several years ago, is back in | town at the Belmar hotel %  M r. Apte was elected to the executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at their recent convention in Cincinnati. Lt. Jack Seitlin is expected home in the near future by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin Overseas in the China area since September, j as an Army dentist. Lt. Seitlin landed In Cuhieruia lost week He will pick up his wife in Washington. D. C. before coming to Miami. George Talianoff, the roving ADL director, makes his next ; trip Tuesday, when he's to address the A. B Weil B'nai B'rith lodge in Jacksonville E. Gordon is recuperating at JackSOD Memorial hospital. Busy Week End Set For Kenneth Myers Kenneth M. Myers, son of Mr. | and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, will have a busy weekend, celebrating his bar mitzva. This evening, his grandpari ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers ; and Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg, i will be hosts at the social hour following services at Beth David, i Kenneth will become bar mitz-1 va at the synagogue tomorrow | morning at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Afterwards. Kenneth's parents will give a kiddush. A family dinner will be held Listen to Burdine'i rdio program, "Fashion Time," over WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. Johnson's Glo-Coat with applicator Courshons in Cuba For Wedding Trip Mr. and MrTTack Courshon ar honeymooning >n Cuba nd enviroM following their mar riage Sunday at the Belmar hotel j Si Rabb. Leon Kronish off.ciI "'The bride is the former Dolores Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bloom, 4353 Alton rd. She la a graduate of Duke unlv. Mr Courshon, sen of Mr. ana firs Aaron Courshon, 2f Pmetree dr.. was graduated from the ; University of Florida. Mis. Harold Leitman of Jacksonville was h< Bister's .natron of honor. Gale Pollak, the j niece, was flower girl. Arthur Courshon was his brothbest man. Mrs. M ; Hnsch sang preceding the ceremony. Following the rites, a dinner was held at the hotel dining room. Out-of-town guests from Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Max Leitman. Harold, Harvey, Don and Alvin Leitman. Miss Marlyn Leitman. Harvey Friedman and Marvin Neuir.an. Mr. Traeger To Marry Philadelphia Girl The wedding of Miss Minerva Fine and David Traeger will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday at the home of his brother and sisterin law, ifl! H W SSUi ave Rabbi Murraj Giauar will officiate at the ceremony which will be followed by a reception. Mr. Traeger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753 N. W. 22nd ct,. longtime residents of Miami. Miss Fine is the daughter of Samuel Fine of Philadelphia, who will be unable to attend the wedding due to an illness. The bridegroom-elect was recently discharged from the Navyafter three and a half years' convoy duty in the Atlantic. Miss Fine was educated in Philadelphia schools. The couple will tour Cuba for their wedding trip and will be at home at 745 N. W. 22nd ct. after April 1. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding include Miss Fine's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sork, of Pennsylvania, and Mrs. David Fine. Newark, N. J. at the Victor restaurant Saturday evening, and Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Myers will hold open house from 3 to 6 p.m. at 512 S. W. 21st ave. Mist Krichcvsky Reveals P| ans For Sunday Wedding to Mr. oH Miss Dulce Krichevsky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krichevsky, 700 Mth st.. will become the bride of Maurice Cohen at 4 30 p.m. Sunday at Temple Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen, 440 W. Di Lido dr. The bride will be attended by Misses Ruth Kendel, Erma Schwartz. Sonia Zaiat and Elsa Fishman as bridesmaids. Mrs. Eva Waserstein will be her sister's matron of honor. Miss Fanny Cohen will be maid of honor. Esther Waserstein, Miss Krichevsky's niece, mm girl. Ushers are L [ Ralph Arvib, of Nefet Cohen, of Raleigh, HPS Sam Cohen. The lafc.H brothers of the brJ2j Follow.ng the cerZ\ will be a.receptiontS then a dinner for the mM the Cadillac hotel. Jb?*! Jack Waserstein anZSl Cuba, will attend 2? will honeymoon in NAM and may live in Cana^i Mr. Cohen will continu, il affiliated with the IW, chants and Manufacture* The bris of Daniel Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cromer, will be held today at the home of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berstein, 1431 N. Venetian way Rabbi S. M. Machtei will officiate. Daniel was born March 8. Rabbi Machtei officiated at the recent bnsim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Richter, Dr. and Mrs. David Brezin, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenthal (Harold Terry, born Feb. 26), and Mr. and Mrs. Max Mark The son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete iSilverman was born Monday I. Sherry Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alexander, 11381 N. W. 53rd st, arrived | March 7 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Linda Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Morris Steinberg, 820 N. E. 83rd st., !Feb. 21 Geni Faye. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Emanuel, 1681 Meridian ave., Feb. 23 Etty Joyze, daughter of Mr and Ma Levy, 140 Wctihingt^ Feb. 15 Victor,, and Mrs. Louis Gron,[ W. Ninth ter., Feb. 20." Michael, son of Mr. Jerome Stern, 774 N. W,j St., Feb. 27 Launnojl son of Mr. and Mm Oxner. 408 W. Fifth il,Ftl Jeffrey Bruce, SOD df and Mrs. Morris Uon wald. 415 N. W. 43rd .| 11 ... Jordan, son of (41 Mrs. Bernard Kelemer, 381 I line ave., Feb. 10... I Michael William, ion d| and Mrs. Raymond Simons, 3800 N. W. Ffti 'Feb. 19 Sandra, of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I zweig, 10600 Biscayu Feb. 11 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will lavt on • now root Istor "Satisfactory Work y Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue) PHONE 4-1 WANTED BY B'NAI B'RITH OFflM, a Capable Bookkeeper and Stenographer. Good pay to the right party. Please do not phone. Apply in perion to A. or J. Kronenfeld, Northwest Furniture Co., 77 N. W. 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fami Says "Good Purim" With Gala Parties lent* to Present fish Pr09'" children of the two Li's Circle schools will ffta an alt-Yiddish oper£ a one-act comedy 8 p.m. a t the Miami Beach Ele„, school, Lenox and ,'„ a pe C rctta, '•Merchant of I-is under the direction of [children's teacher, Max I" an The play, Sholom P a s ""Elom Habo," will be d bv the dramatics club, the leadership of Harry Lr!-!? musical solos will be led in the program. Admisi 75 cents. „, Council Chooses in Esther Sunday ng for the title of Queen are Lucille Gold, Audrey Lois Mondras and Bea Iff Selection of the queen „ made at the Miami Y L evening when the House sponsors its Purim af;andidates have been seby B'nai B'rith Girls' Cey's Hungry Five" will le dance music and "Rudnri Rickc-tts" will entertain. _sion is free. fcharge of arrangements are I Quartin and Evelyn PolLila Girson. Margo Ritwe, lurtz, Sonia Israel, Evelyn ochl (president) and ArLibman (secretary). Mandel Engaged and Mrs. Harry Mandel. $.W. Third St., are announcIhe engagement of their kter, Shirley Reva, to Mor|ldberg, of Cleveland, Ohio. vedding will take place in in the early fall. Mr. erg is presently vacationere. Sweetheart Dance Has Cabaret Atmosphere Beth David's auditorium will be conTeried into a miniature "cabaret" by the tynagogue'i Young Judaea group for its Spring Sweetheart dance tomorrow evening at I o'clock. Regular night Club entertain ment, dancing and refreshments are on the bill, according to Ronnie Levitt, chairman. Admission will bo 25 cents per person at the door. Working with Ronnie on the arrangements are Rita Shalfrock. president, and Jerry Schulman, Ira Segal and Charles Rosenblitt. Home Observes Purim With Garden Party A garden party and Purim festival will be held at the Jewish Home for the Aged, 335 S. W. 12th ave., at 2 p.m. Sunday by the Miami and Miami Beach Women's Auxiliaries to the Home for their membership and the men's board. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Murray Grauer who will discuss "The Megillah of the Gulath." Musical interpretations will be given by the Rev. Maurice Mamches. accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. The Jewish Folk Chorus, directed by Louis Powesky, will sing. Refreshments characteristic of Purim will be served. Mrs. Joel Zalis heads the Miami Auxiliary and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, the Beach group. Membership drive plans will be formulated at a meeting of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Biscayne Temple. Mrs. Morris Ofsowits heads the membership committee. A report of the organisation's first annual Purim dance, held Sunday, will be given by Herbert Feldan, chairman. ITS EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get Liberal Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details 111 11 Lincoln Road Vi Block East at Ahoo CHASE FEDERAL A SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION y^ Resource. Over $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. President Purim Dance Fund Aids Temple Israel Funds raised at Temple Israel Sisterhood's Purim dinner-dance Sunday evening will be devoted to procuring a motion picture projector for the religious school adding a rest room and modernizing the Temple's kitchen, according to Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, dance chairman. The affair will be held at the Latin Quarter with the club's floor show, starring Sophie Tucker, providing the entertainment. Bottles of champagne will be awarded as door prizes. Tickets may be reserved by calling the Temple office, 9-1757, or Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn, 3-8074. Admission is $10 per person, including tax and tip. This is the Sisterhood's only scheduled social function of the year. Dress is optional. Russian Cantor Here For Tuesday Concert Cantor P. Pinchik, renowned singer, will appear at a concert at the Miami Beach High school 8 p.m. Tuesday under the sponsorship of the Miami Beach JewI "t-'--' Children Create Costumes For Masquerades, Carnival Sunday's Purim—no doubt about it in the minds of Sunday and Hebrew school students who are busy creating costumes to wear to the masquerades and carnivals that will be held in local houses of worship. Among the treats will be hamantaschen and other holiday refreshments served by the Sisterhoods of the congregations. A model Purim service will be conducted by Talmud Torah students of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the main building, 59 S. W. 17th ave. A masquerade and Purim play will be included in the festivities. At Beth Jacob, prizes will be awarded to the children wearing the most original, funniest nil I r\ an< most beautiful costumes at beth JaCOD Dance 7 p.m. Monday at the Community A I T I IT I building. An original play, plus Aids Talmud Torah a Purim play in modern dress, a radio broadcast, a quiz program, songs and recitations have been scheduled. Amidst the holiday gaiety, Temple Israel and Temple Beth Sholom students will take time out to remember the less fortunate overseas. Temple Israel children have been asked to bring candles and crayons for overseas shipment to their party Sunday from 11:30 to 2:30. Miss Hope Ellen Tanenbaum, Miami Y dramatics instructor, will conduct the program. Games, noisemakers and luncheon will be included. Turtle races and game booths will highlight the Beth Sholom carnival Sunday at 10 a.m. on the south lawn of the synagogue grounds. Prizes will go to the children wearing the funniest, most original and best Purim costumes Participants will bring toys as their Shaloch Monos gifts to European children. Beth David religious school children will conduct their Purim program during their Sunday morning assembly. Members of the P-T A will be hostesses. A special surprise program awaits students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 10 a.m. Sunday. Sixteenth annual Purim ball of Beth Jacob congregation will be highlighted by performances of stage, screen and radio stars. The affair will be at the Miami Beach Senior High school 8 p.m. Sunday evening. A Purim open house will be held by Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Hescheloff. 711 Lenox ave.. from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Proceeds from the ball will be used to augment the building fund for the addition to the TalI mud Torah which is now under I way. David Goldstein, president of the congregation, is general chairman, assisted by Harry Wasserman, Max Feit. Martin Genet, William Mechlowitz, Dr. M. J. Safra. Also the Mesdames Ann Berow, Jack Hirsch, Rose Hayes, Joseph Brenner and Dora Kleinberg. Tickets, priced at $1, are on sale at the synagogue or may be purchased at the door. ish Center Sisterhood. Mrs, I. Goldberg and Mrs. I. Newman are chairmen of the affair. Cantor Pinchik escaped from Russia after the Kerensky regime was overthrown and clergymen were persecuted. Arriving in America he became noted for his tenor interpretation of liturgical music. Competition When an ambulance WMUj the U.S. Marine Hospital, CMcago, became ill end MtdjgS blooa transfusion, every Gray Udy on duty offered to donate. Two had the required type. A coin decided between them. BOOK OF HADASSAH TO BE READ MONDAY "The Book of Hadassah," the story of Hadassah in the form of the Megillah, will be read by Natalie Feingold at a meeting of the town group Monday afternoon in the auditorium of the Miami Y. Mrs. Harold B. Cohen will provide the background piano music and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will conduct the singing of Palestinian songs. The meeting will be preceded by a social hour and Purim refreshments at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harry Minkoff, chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Karp and Mrs. Ben Abraham. 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%  i L Artist Called Anti-Defamation Force (Editor's Note: The following article was written especially for the Jewish Floridian by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of Hillel Foundations. Mr. Singer's exhibit will close tomorrow at the Miami Beach public library. He may be contacted at 1344 Euclid ave., telephone 5-6150.) Our stay in Miami Beach has been replete with pleasant associations, and high among them has been the opportunity to renew friendship with a distinguished young Jewish artist, William Earl Singer. He has been exhibiting the fruits of 15 years of hard work at the library, WM. EARL SINGER and it is a source of pride, when there is so much discussion through the country about unsavory features of our social living here, that there has been such fine interest in the exhibition. Apparently, Singer is especially gifted in interpreting personality and character. His portraits have won deserved acclaim from the finest American critics. His mastery of color, his ability to distill vitality from every teature. strike even tne least tutored observer. It is worth traveling many miles to see his "Thomas Mann." My association with Singer began when he painted a portrait of Mrs. Sachar. We hail many opportunities then, during the sittings, to talk of his conception of the artist's role. Apart from the intrinsic value of noble art creations, the Jewish artist who blesses his generation by enriching its cultural assets, is about the best anti-defamation force that we can have. The people of our community will be missing a treasured experience if they do not avail themselves of the opportunity to see Singer's work and to chat with him before the exhibit closes on Saturday. I am hoping too, that some of the people in the community will be interested in portraits of their dear ones to bless their homes and to become valued heirlooms in their family tradition. UAHC ADOPTS 12 CINCINNATI (JTA)-Tho 39th biennial convention of the Union ,,f American Hebrew Congrega,„„„ concluded here with the adoption <>f a 12-point statement „f principles supporting the United Nations Organization "ai „, instrument to outlaw wars, to establish justice and to promote good will;" urging the United States "to take the initiative in outlawing the atomic bomb as a weapon of warfare;" advocating of federal fair emand "MOTHER AND CHILD," painted by William Earl Singer, is one of the artist's many portraits on exhibition at the Miami Beach public library. This picture is one of Singer's most recent works, having been completed in 1945. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX BepreeantatiTa the passing ployment legislation; and suggesting the extension and the intensification of UNRRA activities. The statement calls for continued condemnation of antiSemitism, abrogation of the White Paper and support of the SI dO.000.000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. Regarding the plight of the defeated peoples of the Axis nations, the statement declares that Judaism ; that "atonement characterized by sincere repentance and good deeds will be followed by the forgiveness of God and man." Adolph Rosenberg of Cincinnati was re-elected president of the UAHC at a meeting of the executive board following conclusion of the convention. Col. Frederic F. Greenman of New York, Jacob W. Mack of Cincinnati and Eugene B. Strassburger j of Pittsburgh were re-elected vice presidents. Jacob Aronson of New York and Dr. S. S. Hollender of Chicago are newly elected vice presidents. David F. Kahn of Cincinnati was elected irer. Toronto, Canada, was chosen for the site of the next biennial meeting of the UAHC. forma i, the 0 ni !* try havinp i,. yi t for ofC*>* Feii. rated Jewish charities opened its annual drive at the Show Boat Sunday with Rabbi Max Shapiro as principal speaker. Jack Kapner, chairman of the drive, presided. B'nai B'rith has just com] |< its weekly boat rides. Over 75 patients from the Naval hospital participated weekly. Ri: nents were served by the La Auxiliary. B'nai B'rith is now providing milk for underprivilegi '1 children at the public schools. group March 7. Mrs. Jack Kapner and Joe H. Lesser have accepted the positions of advisor and co-advisor. New members of the group are Betty Dunn, Marilyn Lee, Sarah Z. Ross, Thelma Schwack and Lillian %  if. Hannabelle Blui was hostess at the social hour. ask for KOSHER ZION t your LOCALDEUc^ THIS LABa Insures Youii^ I Gov'Lln, Demand I '•S-GoVti^l Your RED CROSS must carry on! B'nai B'rith Stars is the nam< adopted by the young women's Meeting at the home of Mrs. 0. P, Gruner recently, the Temple Israel Sisterhood heard Miss Gerry Halpern. accompanied by Mrs J. C. Adams, sing several numbers. Mrs. Carl N. Herman, program chairman, conducted a character analysis game. DELICIOUS SAUll WEINERS CORNED BED PASTRAMI Kosher! 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THOUSANDS OF REFUGEES WILL ARRIVE IN PALESTINE IN 1946 WITH O.J.A. AID f**..-30r~+ **£, The happinm written on the facet of thi refugee liiiuly romo only once in %  lifetime. In %  few momenu |hfv wilt debark from the lighter bringing them in to the %  tkith port of Tel Aviv and touch the soil of the Jewish Mitional Home. Through the United Jewish Appeal Vmrriran Jewry rescued them from the devastation of Europe Their transportation to Palestine was provided bv thr Joint Distribution Committee. In Palestine, the %  failed Palestine Appeal will retrain and settle them on, Che land where they will help build more settlements for jir sl^orDtinn of thousands of new immitxants in 1946. The great majority of the surviving Jews of Europe look to Palestine for the opportunity to rebuild their lives in. security and freedom. Their hopes will be translated into reality through the $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversea* Needs and Palestine—American Jewry's unprecedented effort to save and rebuild the lives of the remaining Jews of Europe through the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement programs of th* Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refuxes Service. \Y OUTLAW BIAS N. Y. SCHOOLS SEW YORK (JTA)—Senator liter J. Mahoney and AssemIman Bernard Austin have anhnced the introduction in the (to legislature of a bl-partisan J which would make racial and Igious discrimination by eduHonal institutions unlawful subject violators to various [laities and to the automatic of tax exemptions, the new proposal is based eely on sociological and legal (dies made by the American pish Congress. As the legisUre is scheduled to adjourn in than three weeks, there apprs to be little chance that the can be adopted at this sesS. J. FREEDMAN'S | HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues pebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties D^BD "CO 1 TRUER TO FORM ft BRAND BEER Mokes Nw Friends ... Good Friends .L La?. JSk .f/fVpfsxti 1 1$S& ta U.S.* > m. tWlNO COMPANY sawnt Distributed by ^anhattan Distributors. Inc. N Miami Av.. Miami Fla. TOMGHT POST \ Featuring A STAR STUDDED HOT BOX 9th Race Over the 5/16th Mile Course ENTRIES Air Master Tidy Reward Wise Chance Gay Lava LTcy TempeM £ ir P} e T ^ oart Happy Hop Pistol Pete TRACK r i N 1 1 > FUTURITY HACK Two JDC Directors Killed In Plane Crash TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Miami Transit buaaa leave downtown Miami on N. E. 2nd St. at fat Ave.. .tart.ng at 7:00 P.M. and every 10 minutea thereafter until 8:30 P.M. BffliBBIBBill B lil I III '' B "* iia m PRAGUE (JTA)—David Guzik, director of the Joint Distribution Committee in Poland, and Gertrude D. Pinsky, director of the JDC for the Netherlands, were killed this week in a plane crash at the Prague airfield, it was announced here. Guzik was en route from Paris to Warsaw. Miss Pinsky was flying to Prague on a special mission to bring relief to Czechoslovakian Jews. Mr. Guzik, 55 years old, was the only one of three JDC directors in Poland to escape death at the hands of the Nazis. He carried out an heroic underground relief program during the years of Nazi occupation. A11 Q members of his family were killed by the Nazis, with the exception of one son who escaped and found haven in Palestine. Miss Pinsky, 37, of Cincinnati, last month completed two years of service with the JDC, holding posts in South America and Europe. She was born in Russia and came to the United States at the age of seven. GERTRUDE D. PINSKX Forgets Cane A lamed soldier found that designing leather objects engaged his enthusiasm so much that he told his Red Cross instructor: "This is the best thing that ever happened to me. I've forgotten I can't walk without a cane, and I go all over this room for the tools I want. I'm really learning/ to walk." ITE FLYING 0N\ CITY STREETS %  A KQ^m'MAU *SmSi O. PLAY SAFE! Tly your kite in any open field, away from traffic and away from trees, wires and buildings on which the kite can become entangled. Do not have metallic lines attached to your kite and do not construct the kite of any metallic substance. \ Do not fly kites during thunder storms or when such storms are in the vicinity. Avoid these dangers and you will reduce accidents. HI** $*H ajCM Ctotfte* irttBi stteets lie unsafe use. pound Went upon his wun.sfe sfef mi Uootot* in tit* 61 become the iWJ •tt* 9R of tftt* win iiii m mm fh J" We when testfe'FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I'U =*J 1 I I •r HP %  %  i! M r. i 1 hi r I 1



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' I' L Ptaat and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second ***£* Jg ,jaa i far l Bt Subscription RU.:1 gg V LUM M1, 18. Florida. Fnd^^hJ ADARTI 12. 5706 STAND UP AND BE COUNTED JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samutl J. Fox (Copyright. 1945. J. T. A.) QUESTION: What if MUhalach Monos?" ANSWER: In the Book of Esther is prescribed that the JewJ celebrate Purim by send* Between You m By BORIS SMOLAH Copyright. 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, i* Me' THE ZIONIST FRONT: All is quiet on the Zionist front in America. As long as the American Inquiry committee is conducting its hearings, very little active work can be done in Washington, or even in London. All inquiries are met with the reply: -Let's wait for the report of the Inquiry committee." Meanwhile officials in Washing are quietly watching develop• man to his fellowj men ts m Palestine and the ne. u i-g-iftj "everymanwn~— menis m r" im. March 17. Zionist week Will Deo mgg ^ eJtpress i 0 n for this act, gotia ,i 0 ns which Emir Abdullah Locally, next Friday has ^f "J*^ 101 ^ !" a hc Bible is Beginning on Pur ££ SET it*, -p*%  Time is of the will go there, or A number of reasons are ad-1 thp in dcpendence of Transjordan. ed for this custom, two of j It 1S on re cord that several years which are most outstanding and j ag0 E m ; r Abdullah condemned numbers of our brethren succumb to the rigors (he scparation 0 f Transjordan remain -' sea Germany, and to the despair that kills Funn „ not llkl oth er festi\ ttom Palestine. In a statement at of life in the camps o ^^ home p alestill e. and they l, s 5uch M Passover. Pentecost. that tjme he jnv ited the Jews of die They have declared themselves and Tabarnacles Festivals such Pa iegttae to come to Transjordan f Zionist strength must be not have been| an( j -work together for the beneThe vast untapped reservoir o me vusi un re ,, e may sa ve the sur, D to th brought into v*^**^^"^ £ them a future o: %  • the calendar by the f lt 0 f our country." pei Our returning veterans are a -. of them, reared I America, realized for the fit, *-*•* of Jewish statelessness when they found their Euromeaning ^.iod when the A healed discussion on Palesvivors of Hitler's great pogrom, ana ^^ xe deem itorv of Esther occurred It is for tine took place this week in New peace and human dignity in theu own la ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ bbor WM Y ^ k ^ a uncheon of the 0ver Israel from its 2.000 year exile ... c ron „,h Ma >' n ,hc holiday sea PreM club The dlscussion the major festivals were also I N(t)U „ aU g Bntjsh corre not applicable to this one. It was sponc j,.nt Hall was roundly critipean brethren in German concentration camps •• i for • n that the feature cized by all who participated in It is altoqether littina that the week of Purim be dedicated f sendjng ., s va? intro duced' the discussion. Which goes to to this areat campaign. 'Even as Esther, as Ahasuerus' queen. : ime e fea show that American public opinto tnis great i.unij~y „ %  „. r ; ti7pns ... ; ion is not inclined to swallow alone could save her people, we, as simple American c...zens. ., ; vs Q| ^ festivals I pro .Arab propaganda as easily as with far greater power to save than hers, car. help save Israel Stj „ anot her reason is note-1 British diplomats think. worthy. It is recorded that one Speaking of Palestine, we hear of Hainan's criticisms of the Jews I that Mrs. Rose Jacobs, the only to the King was that they were woman member of the executive spread apart even among themof the Jewish Agency, is soon to selves. He inferred that Jews | proceed to Palestine in connecwere at odds with each other and | lion with a constructive project, presented no internal unity. It! on which she has been working was :'c : tins reason that the cus\ quietly. Abraham Friedman of torn of sending gifts to each other : Palestine returned to Jerusalem with far greater power ~ c — -. Esther risked her life: we have but to stand up and be counted. STEPHEN S. WISE Dr Stephen S. Wise will be 72 years young Sunday. It is hard for those who have seen him in action to believe that he has completed more than a half-century of service to the ewish and the general American community, or that he will ever qrow old. Perhaps least known of all his many toles is that of teacher oi spiritual and lay leaders for service in the Jewish community. o..s plotter, it is He has fulfilled this function through the Jewish Institute of % %  • %  • %  Religion, of which he is founder, president and professor of Practical Theology and Homiletics. His unflagging zeal and energy have carried him from one worthy cause to another, and his contributions to each have been immeasurable. Dr. Wise has distinguished himself as this week from New York where he purchased several million dollars worth of American products. He spent about a year in this country negotiating large shipments to Palestine from the United States. Canada and Bra%  '. ..s ordained on Purim. At the nt when Jews proudly celeite the downfall of the villainis most essential i-nt to the world of his claims. There is no better way of showing this than to have every Jewlzil. The Zionist Organization of his fellow Jew a gift as a I America is now producing a ki n of unity and friendship. [sound film of Dr. Abba Hillel QUESTION: Why is it customj J"*" delivering an address on I ary to use rariou, noisemakers problems cotK !" B Palestine. Zionist leader, supporter of good government and organized whenever he name o{ HwMn | ... labor, champion of freedom and justice for all—Jews and nonis mentioned in the Megillah i COMMUNITY AFFAIRS: Jews. He has won world-wide recognition as orator, scholcr, reading? Those interested in the attitude writer, editor and educator. ANSWER: One line of think'f the American Jewish Congress Each year it has been the pleasure of this community to '8 stems from the Midrashic in-! l w j !" s nf th e l u !" u !" of perma, %:.;.. r ,v, ^_.; 0 „ .„ k.k n if „J ftllT terpretation of the Biblical pass" en *> of thc American Jewish have Dr. Wise as our guest. On this occasion, on behalf of our ., felot out ^ re j Conference, will learn much from citizenry and an appreciative Jewry, we greet this venerable i | Amalek." There t lettcr l received from David leader with the hope that he will continue to lead a cause that needs him for many years to come. MOVING FAST In a significant action Wednesday evening, Miami's pioneer congregation voted to move from its present location. This step might be termed drastic as congregations do no*, just pick and up leave. The site for the new Beth David buildings is contemplated in the Southwest-Coral Way section. A house of worship in that area will more fully serve the thickly populated Jewish segment. Had Beth David decided to remain at its present site, there would surely have been another syr.cgogue was originally a custom of etching the name "Hainan," Which s from "Amalek." on two I • and knocking them, against tantly so that the nami %  > in the proo • '' uld write the • %  • • les of •.:•., ir shoes t the nami p. the floor i %  timi it v mentioned n the i ng. I m this, the use %  % %  '• Iving "drehers" or gregwe have it todav Petegrosky, executive director of P"PP>seeds are usually said to symbolize the modesty of EstheY in the court of the King. During her first days before her election as queen, Esther is said to have eaten poppy seeds to hinder the possibilities of the King choosing her. The dough is usually threecornered in shape. This is said to represent the hat that Haman nakers was wore. Others find in it the symbol nf the three patriarchs. ••' %  •• thei line of tl %  in the proposed area. Beth David's plans and the promptness '[' '.,' with which they act will alone determine its success. On Thursday, the charter lor the Jewish hospital was schedrot Sinct uled to be signed. This will mark a momentous undertaking fi ; -' ; %  %  %  that will, upon completion, mecn much to the Jewish people • JJfJJ thSTS* !" and the community. The approval of the charter is merely the keej then inti in the servbeginning. There remains the organization, the fund raising. '.' ", r i l0 aUow them to obliterconstruction, staffing. Under these classifications come much • f 1 Hainan physi, j MI i_ i %  • n -ca d of vcrballv. work, time and energy before we will have the needed institution to be proud of. And still making history is the fund raising of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Success, we feel, is definitely assured. The drive has reached a staggering figure for so young a community which assumed its full share of responsibility to its local needs and overseas brethren. Moving fast and in a forward direction, Miami Jewrv now has the opportunity to strengthen its immature foundation which in nature years will be sufficiently strong and solid. QUESTION: Why i, lt euitom on y le eai "Hmn-T.hn Purim? ANSWER: It is not uncommon to iind J,\Msh custom instituting ZSV 0 for spec,al cc Tashen" -. Abra'iam. Isaac and Jacob. Others connect it with the three-fold blessing. The name "Hamanlash is sometimes said to come from the junction of two words, Haman'' the name of the villain in the story of Purim, and 'ash the verb meaning to auinple, destroy or weaken. The o-kea delicacy would then symbolize the destruction of Haman [J virtue of its name as well as the secret of the the Congress. H e re „ grosky writes me**4 _"Th. American J,^ Jew's success, the modesty of Esther and the inheritance of the patriarchs. M ny claim that the word Haman-Tash" is a corruption of he Jewish words "mon" meaner a fK"""u vta c ^PP1 "' se'ds and "tosh" the Haman-j meaning a pocket i-snen are concerned there is' The rnrnvT er cont lne ra variety of opinions The% warw"?" Uon of th *s tw0 man-Tash" is usuallv V \ u J s would dually mean %  delicacy wh, I SL y ?, baktd con, !" n poppy seeds." which delicacy which consists of dn,.h w U-K u r poppy seeds '" whlch !" with popp^sel^ ^ iu?* ,he bak ^ dehecy actusUtln B thai h com. *A come a permanant or J •ndthatitatcep.^. %  to include aU m^TJ Uh conewn. At ciJ* the leaden of th. w I Jewiah Congxeu. bothT? commilteeiandinth,^! diieuuions. premd |J? lution which would hn, J fax beyond th. on. j? adopted. Today, „ ^1 Congress t Md| t ^M wholeheartedly to fl^JJI men! of a pernnBeaTIj cralic JewUh body a CI lea to speak and ia £\ itelirely for the JnttX muniiy of this countr,. J ax* pledged to fuUnt CMaJ lion with all oth.r ipZj the creation of such i b*'| It seems to me that this iJ first clear-cut statement a J subject ever made for pubba by any of the leaders i\ American Jewish Congrea. • • • HUMAN RIGHTS: Jewish organizations out the world are now forward towards the adopting the United Nations 0r& of an International Bill d | man Rights following the i lishment of a Commissioi i Human Rights, in aa with thc decisions of the! Francisco conference. HKI portance of such a Bill forf protection of political den is emphasized in "Political 1 construction," a very inti and timely book by Karl I stein, just published by ', Ian. The author also drani tention to the fact that | must be made for the ment of the terms of the 1 against a violating state or| ernment. The author is ] of political science and dence at Amherst college, 1 at the present time in with the legal division of I S. section of the control j ciL PERSONAL AFFAIRS: An excellent exhibitke paintings depicting life a Dominican Republic is not ing place in New York, at th net Art gallery The artists esto Lothar, a Jewish from Vienna, who settled 1 Sosua colony in the Dons Republic in 1941, and who professor of art at the S School of Fine Arts at' Trujillo. The exhibition is ing wide-spread attention. Lothar's second one-man in the United States. was held in Washington Itf vember. Mordecai Tamir, Pi born architect, participated* expert, in the selections site of UNO's world ters. Tamir was architect-"* of the Palestine PaviUion Paris World Exposition B He is the only **&*L designated "Laureate of M| demic des Beaux Arts m ) a citation he received ini his book "Les Expos.UB nationalcs a traverse w while he was in jail in Fr underground activiues. Louis J. Hosenberg,vi | of the Detroit consular cw decorated by the PJffl ment for his services w tion. Rosenberg has JJ, nected with fowtgjgjj years. President Th*J ( velt appointed hirn v, at SevUle, Spain. %  JJj he was consul *££& Brail. He is president %  troit Philosophical ^ former president of the ^ Authors' associauonO 1 IU\> tui j^ w



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l A Y, MARCH 15. 1946 + kwlsl Ihridinri PAGE SEVEN • *• ^u*m>aiim %  7%$?m %  1 K,Wtk. Hypnotist To Appear At YPL Purim Dance First annual Purim ball of the Young Peoples' league will be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Miss Judy Nelson will be the featured vocalist with Woody Lavine and his orchestra. Jerry Acks will provide an exhibition of mass hypnotism. Other entertainers include Miss Marian Cohen, Miss Shirley Ross and several featured night club entertainers. Prizes, including nylon hose and other attractive gifts will be awarded. Committee members for the Purim ball include Gil Godley, Arlene Rose, Inez Schulman, Irving Gilbert, Miriam Lehman, Leila Rosenfeld, Shirley Ross, Betty Mizrahi, Selma Lewis, Jerome Meltz, Norma Raskin, Elaine Gostel, Florence Abramson, Al Schulman, Martin Rund, Morris Gulkin, Lillian mG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE officers ore making arrangements [^SS^STcsrl W.^ lir Purim dance Sunday evening. Left to right, Jerome Tickets may be obtained at president; Eelma Lewis, vice president; Roselyn Kivel, tne door or by ca nj ng Miss Arsponding secretary. Second row. Gershcand Norma Raskin, membership secretary HUBERMAN TO APPEAR EN ROUTE TO HAVANA fieir Second row. Gershon Miller, treaslene Rose at 5-1682. Admission is $1.50 per person, $2.50 a couple. Cross Chairman Lks Volunteers Lports on the first 15 days of e county's Red Cross drive |40",00U will be made by diin leaders at a luncheon at today in the Seven Seas Announces Candidacy H. E. Moore, who has traveled through Florida as an auditor for the State Auditing department, announced this week that he would be a candidate for State Railroad commissioner in Group Burant, according to H H. nan. chairman. The drive continue through the month. olunleers are still needed in |e residential areas to assist the house-to-house canvass, aid. ^TES LISTED FOR UM. PASSOVER I, subject to the Democratic primaries next May. Moore, whose home is Tallahassee, will seek the commission membership made vacant by the retirement of Eugene S. Matthews, sr.. who announced recently that he would not seek reelection. The Festival of Purim will celebrated in Greater Mini Houses of Worship Saiuriy evening and Sunday Horning with the traditional tading of the Megillah (conK' P9e IS). Masquerades, Purim spiels od carnivals haye been scheduled for the next few days by "eligious school* and organiaiions. First Seder of Passover will observed Monday evening, M>nl 15. The holiday will "tend through April 23. FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS Psychic medium will give you lucky days and numbers. Guaranteed Life Readings Dally Take bus to door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 74385 Flowers for Fun Garden clubs, florists, and horticulturists working through American ited Cross camp and hospital councils have kept army, navy, and veterans' hospitals supplied with flowers, plants, end landscaping material. In one instance. 40,000 daffodils were sent by chamber of commerce members of Tacoma, Sumner. and Puyallup, Washington, to hospitals in the vicinity served by the Northwest Camp and Hospital Council. DOG JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons [Of Hope and Courage fy Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 of Abraham Book Fund 7 < South Ferry Street Albany a. H. Y. "The South'* Only SelUer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER Delivered to Your Door We Cater to All Parties Good Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excellent flavor. Highly carbonated. 10c Per Bottle BURAK BOTTLING CO. 532 N. W. 4th ATe. Ph. 8-1U >&&* &**&* a violin recital at Miami Beach High school the evening of March 23. His concert is sponsored by the Jewish Cultural committee as a special event in addition to its annual series. Tickets are available at the Town and Beach Ys, the Bureau of Jewish Education and several stores in Miami and Miami Beach. 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• L PAGE EIGHT Jenistfkr/dtatl (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) Weizman Pleads for Jewish Home .. ltaIl | wanted to get someth ng outic Jewish state. By a Jewish ^^ .. won Aske m mean Jewish soil. Jewwhether in v i e w of the Mult ish labor, a Jewish economy. rec()rd Arab Hign • .wish schools, language and cut^ eommitXee sU il felt that re We also mean Jewish • ^ lhe C0| We mean complete m-^ ^ Husseini said: V he believed that a Jewish state should be established now Weizman said: '•No. What I want is the tion of the White Tape:and the beginning of immigration and settlement. I want to bring :: maximum number of Jews during a transiti< eventually leading to a Jewish state, after a Jewish ma has been realized." Weiimann Corrects Testimony Weizmann is sending the mittee a correction of part of his testimony at the commit) ings last Friday, it i> reliably reported luie Replying to a question as to whether he endorsed President Truman's proposal for thi mediate admission of 100.000 European Jews to Palestine this year. Weizmann said, "yes," but asserted that it was n I necessary' this year. He apparently tl the questioner meant the sion of 100.000 Jewish children, which the Agency has been requesting all along. T tion. which will probably be turned over to tl mittee today, will make clear WVizmann's views that the 100.000 immigration ci I asked by President Truman should be granted, and thi t it is ] >>ible for Palestine to abs I number now. A clear-cut pictun : Zionist aims was pi..•• Monday to the Anglo American I.-. i :mittee by David Ben-Guri chainnas of the Jewish A. executive, in a two-hour report in which he emphasized that Zionist leadership will not Jewish schools, language and culu: >'..: .:, pendence. As far as the Jews are concerned, the British troops can leave Pa!) si i n ', '••" %  %  mmit tee. "We -an take care of ourselves," he explained, adding • "the British troops are hi it ns into which 1 n t want to delve." Charging that the war was a •Ji wish war," and assi rtmg that was not on: ei and. I we had no interest in I Husseini, ie Palestine Arab party, pened the Palestine re the Ai liry committi Husseini, wl permitted to return to Palestine. after 1 • ing been exiled for nine years for anti-British and antiJ v...-:. : .. tivitii 5, said main Arab demands ere: 1. An independent Palestine under Arab rule. 2. Abrogation of the Palestine Mandate. 3. Abandonment of Zionist aims. 4. S1 11 age of all Jewish im'.: n. Husseini ran into difficulties Itr he began his testiwhen he stated that the place to which he could escape. '„, a ,,egcd that the Mufti did not Q, ins, but oniy something out ol •d 's igh.tlee still felt thai the Kennel Owners Vie For Biscayne Purses e to ti I in the Four Freedoms •o in the fight ag I' sell %  felt that in thi I > the Zionists, it would best servi interests of the Palestin. If wuh Hitler. How • H %  %  u :<< %  stands by idli Ol i him. does nol ell of me'." In reply Husseini then ed that Germans een I od. "I'v< read that it was a Jewish war anyway." Tv. Angl A .^n Inquirj I of threi •; Arabia [i : s-. ia nd Lebanon. H and Leslie Hood, i British and Ai of thi than 50 journalists representing the press of all n itions I the world wei I the con-1 ference. The Angl Ai I rican Inquiry I comn."• • :r the J and other n %  %  ns I Palestine which would be included i Biscayne Kennel swings into its third history-making weck: greyhound racing for the •it 80 night meeting tonight with the regular 10 race card at B p m. A keen race between kennel owners for the honor of being iding purse winner of the ng continues. The Fleet kennels are maintaining a : edgi as the star of that string, Light Roll, annexed three dan Valley Authority, modeled on the American Tennessee Valley Authority. !" >AY, MA^J major victories and in his Initial four !!* **| Chief chalks are hound racers of the CM M Blair Kennels, those o^f JRyan Kennels. a ^N rounded pack owned anA** bv Paul SutherTa d nd and ^ place edge possibly uJ**] Ryan string as their ?* Buzz, has become chwiA? ger to Light Rol, e ft supremacy. l e ^ However, during th, week. J. W. Ewalt'in "M Dan, which won th *^\ Flag.er Derby. £ T'*\ Biscayne as well as the 1 ast summers Hollywl^ ing. Another Pal. B oth 0 ,H loom as stern challeng the first-divis ion racers. Arabs in Palestine "find themselves deprived of their chief n the pro] ,-dermilk plan leader, the Grand Mufti, for : irrigation and devel pi ent whom they cannot accept any f h >" :: • '"i power, it is reresubstitute ported here. However, the time nounce its claim to the establishQuesti m I by Richard Cross,' and places to be inspected have ment of a Jewish commonwealth man concerning the Mufti's col'' not vot been fixed. ln ..^ aleit:no \, laboration with the Nazis. HuesMeanwhile. Emanuel Neumann.I 3 ^ n V I that the Mufti fled to chairman of the Commission for; >ur aim is a Germany bec ause it was the only ( Palestine Surveys, John B. Hays,' .ef engineer for the commission, and John Savage, consulting engineer, have arrived to' ; resent to the inquiry committee the commission's plans for a JorI "is not a majority. O GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE presents BRONISLAW HUBERMAN VIOLINIST Founder and Conductor of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra SaturdayMarch 23, 1946 — 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. 1420 DREXEL AVE. Admission: SI.80 (Tax Incl.) Is67 e s A w ail S t le s, 1: M M P W „ H ^ UnCOln Rad-YM & WHA. mandy School, 1021 Biarrili Drive. St.—NorWORLD RENOWNED CANTOR PINCHIK lo 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 Are. S3.00 Ticket Admission to Concert $5.00 Ticket Admission to Concert and Saturday Morning Serrice at the Center *3& Mert Wertheimerv § COLOMIM r VTX Through the Years Without Blemish Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. Fifth Slr^, Mioi >,J Serves You Well and With the Finest Phone 3-1430 2 Great Stars! 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MARCH 15, 1946 vJewistiFhridr/an PAGE NINE CHAPLAIN ZWITMAN RETURNS newsletter: lelp Manilans Id Synagogue la the second newsIfrom Chaplain Colman Kman, rabbi on leave EU brad, relating leriences in Manila.) the frying pan into the the phrase that most Jewish residents use to their situation in the Baying decade. "We ran 0 m Germany, from a conon camp and we thought safety. But when we the Philippines in 1940, 1000 miles, we only had a kathinR spell, because the Lc came lure in 1941 and [e in trouble again." iy-eight per cent of the [people in the Islands live Ha, capital of Luzon. The Expected to return to his pulpit at Temple Israel in the near \v of the thousand Jewish future is Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman, who has been serving at present in Manila i n Manila. He and three other graduates of the Jewish Instirman refugees who came t ule 0 f Religion are pictured in New York being greeted by Dr. nee Hitler's rise to power. Stephen S. Wise, founder and president, on their return from are about 50 Jewish lam8ervice QS c h ap lains. Left to right: Chaplain Wendell A. PhilE, ST thereto WH and U P S Chaplain Aryeh Lev, Dr. Wise, Chaplain Zwitman, Chapf e also about 15 Spanish lain Sidney I. Goldstein. Dr. and Mrs. Wise are now visiting ffamilies in Manila. in Miami in the pattern of Ameri- CENTER RE-ELECTS FORMER OFFICERS Full slate of the Miami Beach Jewish Center officers were reelected at a congregation meeting Monday night. Alfred Stone was also named a vice president in accordance with a recent amendment increasing the number of vice presidents to three. In addition to Mr. Stone, officers are Samuel Friedland, president; Herman Berk and Joseph M. Rose, vice presidents; Harry Sirkin, treasurer; Archie Brick, recording secretary, and Henry B. Ungerleider, financial secretary. Eleven new directors were named. They are Benjamin Appel, William I. Feuer, Nat H. Hankoff, Bernard Ordover, A. Selevan and Matthew Silverstein.o for one year, and J. M. Bachrach, Harry Bodenstein, Bernard S. Foiner. Abraham Goodman and Alex Sussman, for three years. Mr. Stone, chairman of the architectural committee for the new Center building, presented a detailed account of proposed plans. irry the Spanish Jews came Ben the Germans and Bullish and Russian Jews, he process is reversed. jimunity leaders and old aie the Russian and Polish nd the rest are the newand refugees. The other with the exception of a Irish families in Cebu and Mindanao, have no JewIdents. life of the Jewish commuManila centered ar.aind fc, beautiful Temple Emil, in 1924. Bachrach hall, (wish community center, mpleted in 1940. It housed ool rooms and social hall, hidings were both named ^oiy df Emil Bachrach who he largest contribution to |8g0gue project. the Japanese came, their ty of religion, which was pf thendepartment of anda. did not interfere he religious affairs of the The Japanese were trycreate the impression that frcre working for the inlof the Philippines. They panted the Philippines nee and set up a ndent government. |herefore, gave supervised rights to churches and gogue. ng months of 1944, %  • alized their doom in their program of deThey used the syna1 a place for storage of fition and blew up the "when they left Manila. W buildings are usual Manila. In fact, there's | a building left intact in but many of us realized Ipnagogue is more than a It is the center around pe Jewish community can WO. So, in November, _thc seventh anniversary Hollywood to Dedicate New Center on Purim committee consists of the original group and Julius Harris, Jacob Gold, Nelson Elsasser, David Feldman, Hayman TellPurim will be an especially i man, Morris C. Klein and Max Young. The Center group is active in civic programs and when the Jewish Community Center will j Navy took over the Hollywood be dedicated "to the enoblement i Beacch hotel and Riverside Milijoyous occasion in Hollywood, for at 3 p.m. Sunday the new of youth, the brotherhood of man and the betterment of the community." Services will be held at the Center grounds. Polk st. between 20th and 21st aves., which were donated by Martin Wohl. Plans for the Center were | made in 1941 by a group headed Bill Ol Rights Is Topic by Harry Finkelstein, David 1 Fensterheim, Samuel Zaconick, "A n v International Bill of but construction was delayed un-1 Rights is the next-to-last subtil wartime restrictions tary academy in 1943, the organization undertook to entertain the sailors. Their first step was a blackout dance on the main street of Hollywood where refreshments were served to over 1,000 servicemen. lifted. The present were building of Nazi destruction of synagogues, we started the synagogue drive. The fund was presented by Lt. Gen William D. Styer, American commanding general of this theatre. When I invited the general to attend, he said he had a previous engagement which he cancelled because of the great honor he deemed it to make the fund presentation for the synagogue as a memorial to American servicemen. jeet on the Miami Beach Jewish Center's adult education institute. The forum will be presented next Wednesday at 9 p.m. with Francis P. Locke, Miami Daily News editor, and Dr. Jesse Spircr, University of Miami sociology professor, as principle speakers. Judge Joseph Berman will be moderator. Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Year* of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 805 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5888 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR AL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE %  S. Shapoff, Realtor I S W 2 7TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best earefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANKL BEER. M. 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Legion Has Birthday Twenty-seventh anniversary of the American Legion will be celebrated by the Miami Beach post No. 85 at 1828 Alton dd. at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Music, entertainment, refreshments (including a birthday cake) will follow a short business meeting. Veterans and their friends have been invited by Lawrence E. Hoffman, chairman. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarler St.. Miami EMBARRASSING HAIR BANISHED FOREVER from face, arms and legs SAFELY PAINLESSLY RAPIDLY with Short Wave Electronic Method at a rate of 400 to 800 hairs per hour. Endorsed by Medical profession. IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Rd. Phone 58-2997 LINCOLN ARCADE Featuring the Finest In CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR Expert Fitting by AL WEISS Peter Pan Bootery 130 South Miami Ave. Children's. Growing Girls' and Boys' Shoes INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES A. 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njjBgjBBBaPMI %  : L JeistJtHJJto!L PAGE TEN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR NAZI VICTIMS vruptlONAl THIRAPV for former inmotei of conceMrotion compi a H..c draw". "" -..merle, of A„..h_i.a b y J.... M.Mjj. MM Jwho "... .h. .op join., of hi, nn..r, b y fro,.t... "M *£ lag o forcd march from Au,hwi. .o Mou.hou.on. Oil y Bowling League Honors Top Scorers Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has been appointed lo the social serv 1C e committee of the State Welfare board by Miss Marie Anderson, chairman. Sta:bowlers I I : %  '' %  Y were horn 'ected at the semi-annual team tion of the Bowlinj i day night at thi Y. Al B witz was elected I i Al K. isi tary Selected as i • '•'•> : v Sam Seitlin, Hy Oren, Marty S Ya| he, J B< %  Hy Kay. Awards le to Joe Leblan.c and Marty Miles for the highest ><:. Larry Gi ss highest gi • %  Si itlin. bond tournament winner. Also h : %  • d was the championship team, the Floridians. consisting of Barney Yaphe, captain, and Sol Weinkle, Nat Blum1, SanNeufeld, Je>e Wi instock and Sam Karns. Abe Berkowitz's Supermen and G Rachlin's R a n g e r s red awards as s< cond and third place teams. With 71 members, the six-y< ai old leagui found it i to divide the weekly bowling into two shifts—at T 30 and 9:30 p.m. everj M n lay a; thi Palaci Bowl Fourteen rg inized. Milton A. Friedman, chairman of thi V thlel mmittei | sided at the ever. : LEGAL NOTICES S-.iTlCE IS HERE • %  %  %  %  %  ,ES A1 I4(. x. \\ I Avenue Mumi. 1 %  Circuit C J %  ELY LEVIN .ILL*. LEVIN [,EV!X f!K. R.JK COHEN HEIt rKoF At! %  • %  IN CHANi ER1 ADOU ROSENPEL1 ( ( ff CLARA ROSESFELr „ ,. ., CLAIM Ei^Ne^'Vo* M I %  %  ',. ,-rvl: .. HERMAN .Iff s •• • '' I I %  M Sole • r ,h,'. mid. i • %  i of n S'CF. S E w %  • •IS __ LEGAL NOTICES SOTICK 18 HEKEHV GIVEN that lb TAHITI Ftrat Street, tend i" reflate! n under the flrtltlulia RODTCTS, at N. W. Miami, Fl"i'lda. and InIhe '.il'l flctltloua •;,.; ,' n 7offc of u. .'i.-.kf th \N\\ FIU'TKOFF ESTHER FIll'TKi >h K Solo owner* rjEOROE CHBRTKOF utomey for Applicant* | : U-tJ ,v THE COUNTY JflM-.E S COl RT iv AND FOR OADB COUNTY. n plUDA. IN ritoliATE. No ITZ8 ,,, : ESTATE OF MATILDA i.-i'ii i '\i \N. i eased NOTICE I" CU EDITORS To vil't'redlto !" and All Paraona Hnvcialma or Damanda Against i Estate: You ,n,l each <>f you, are hereby ., i required t<> present any ,i,ini and demand! which you. or ,f vnu may have aralnat the • \| \ TII.I'A FRIEDMAN, .leaf Dade County, Florida, lion W. K. Hliinton. County .< |.„,i.. County, and file the mi %  in the County Court ... m Dade County. Florida, within lar i it ha from the date of publi .itlon hereof Said latins to contain the legal a.l• Hi., claimant and to ba sworn I %  nt( 'i aa aforeaald, or name red, See Bactlon ISO of the • ''''' %  Act. I,... February 19 A. D.. liMfi. 1 WILLIAM FRIEDMAN, v_ Vilmln u '' of th.Batata of MXTILDA FRIEDMAN, deceased. v. \\ R SILVER Vttornev for Administrator. 1-8-15 the u Sim-"!"*?*!* 1 business ,:,M. r ^^ni-J?! MTERfl • HE^-fiJi MAINTENANCE l^ 1 -im I/1-8-I5-22-23 NOTII estate %  .1 ed, lo the Judge • li N ,; %  ; Mts HEREBY RIVEN II • %  ..•• %  %  • • MARKE1 at 1 N Si Vv. ." %  Intel rei • %  the Cli lit Court Dade Count HARRY M' iSS IRV1NR Mi '-MANUEL MOSS H VRRY DIETZ ..... • %  • .;:-29 N PICE IS HEREBY RIVEN I I gttgi In • p F %  • %  %  %  R'S t'F MIAXI • S W Bth S' 1 • • • i • %  %  %  •.-•• %  of the Cl • • t of Dade C • Fl ALEXANDER W1NNICK Sole I '• %  < • %  • r 3 •-:'.;: %  ::• 4 3 >. REBY GIVEN thai ... ... • %  %  is name ol at 1648 \ .'. Ave., Mlat Intend to ...... • i' t of Dadi SI'S LIPSITZ '..ir>Trz ERR. \ • %  %  • TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixtura No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimatta All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21t Terraca IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 17L''7 ESTATE OF HERHKRT J C.LASC.oW. deceased. _____ NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti All %  ""I All Persons llavClalma or Demanda ^Vgalnst Estate: You and .a, h of you. nre hernby • • i ,i required to praaant any lm and demanda which you. or ,f you, may have against the of HERBERT .1 -LASQOW. ed late of Dade County. l-lorIhe lb W F, BLANTON, Judge of Dale County, and Hie the same In his offlca In the • Courthouse In Dad* County, K rlda, within eight calendar months %  date of the first publication Said ii.iins or damanda to nntall the legal address of the clalm.,1 to bi sworn to and presented ..,' r( aid, or same will be barred. Se. Section 120 of the 1933 I'robate i'.,... February Ci A D iafi ANNETTE RLABOOW COLLINS ,\Administratrix "f the Batata of HERBERT I OL,ASOOw, deceased. MAX It SILVER. v rney f"r Administratrix. J! 11-16 SAM SI,.v!',V U ^M NOTICE iTm^KBTo, tho u let-rtjik! business u der the p f tiiu_ AMERICAN FIRE PRfSUi DANV OF FLOMDA^_| 1st \v.. Miami, Fk-.„, l the Circuit Court of nil. Florida. LEON IZAN K MAX %  .'H.IisTEIX *" Judge Medalie Dies; Was Jewish Leader NEW YORK iJT.V—Gi Medalie. Ass [ thi New York Court i :' Ai | outstanding Jewish lei here this week. He was b2. Born on New Yi rk's E st Side.. the son of a rabbi. Medalit to prominence as an atl rney, public official. Jewish li and philanthropist. He was president of the N\\v York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, one of the active lead) rs of the American Jewish committee, the Joint Distribution committee, the Y.M.H.A. and. at one timi. the American Jewish Congress He also held important posts in legal societies at various I including the chairmanship of the New York Bar association. In 1932 he ran on the Republican party ticket for United States Senator from New York, while holding the position of U. S. Attorney. Judge Medalie was named to the New York Court of Appeals, the state's highest, last September, by Gov. Dewey whose political mentor he had been for many years. Prior to this appointment. Medalie devoted much time, in his capacity as chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the American Jewish Congress, to seeking guarantees of civil rights for liberated Jews in Europe. MME. AUGUSTA K. 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MARCH 15.1946_ +JewlsHhrl"ts on the lf the Nation" at the SpinJrum, 1059 Collins ave., at tomorrow. I engineer and author, he No. speak at the Miami JJjnity Forum, 1616 Brickel linis evening. Vies H. Lee will give the n a series of lectures on I Sconce of the Universe" =>Pinoza Rorum Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman, formerly of Baltimore. Md, have purchased the Southgate apartment house, 1410 Euclid ave., and will take occupancy May 1. REVLIN HOTEL Collins Avenue at 13th St MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Ii 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 We've Thought of Everything At THE DORCHESTER Collins Ave. at 18th St. Private Beach and Pool Private Parking Space DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine Phones: 58-1855. 5-8527 BI5CAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER RESERVATIONS PHONE PIERRE'73831 iiiiiii HIIIII inn in in Hill llllllll • %  "Ml L % % % %  ill II II Pf ..Hi.. IN GREATER MIAMI Si I K*IMi IIOiUA 1 '.Si,' A 1 I C A N ViriRIEfill* D I •. N"I AWINES BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Partiei and Banquet* SPECIALIZING IN SHORE DINNERS SELECT STEAKS Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to II Sunday. 12 to 11 \n BNI MIIM tiiiii MI iMdai M.I • %  Ntoal tests %  sew ssstntoiM ti stilts im" IWIU The Aaatf Jnfernofronoi Cuisine in fnt Work/ TABLE sVHOTK as.*l A LA t ARTM Im^o'l'd Champagnn tad tart Win— el old Wnrog — dkoics ^"l!"—.— -—Music by CHARLIE III KECK fllorocco RESTAURANWBAR n. LVIUA* Collins Ave. at 33rd Si. Miami %  4*V****VW*^^^^^^k* THE BROOK CLUB Announce* To It* Member* and Their Guest* LANNY ROSS CAPELLA and PATRICIA Jules Land* Orchestra Pedro and hi* Rumba Orchestra MANETTL Maitre dHotel R*rvtlons Telephone • %  2S5S MM^^ I *—* %  %  .'*' MOCAMBA 100 23rd 8t., Opp. Ron*y Plars Now Entirely Air Conditioned JACKIE MILES FRANCES FAYE CARL RAVAZZA TWO ORCHESTRA8 Maximilian ^"".TlL" Beoere Rhythm* R..ervation.: Call Alfred-5-6302 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT; Blumenfeld's FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Also Operating the NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Fleischman's. N. Y. and HOTEL WINDSOR. Lakewood. N. J. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED I | .',.(. i Hn \|utiunrHH*iil r tinOr I I Inner*, il Httfl <** Telephone 58 2979 risas K& TENDEB. filer aleak* Skat wM mels at jour moot* HmTI she tool**! plae* la low* from M midnight. New Qrlraas WUIM — Mnli br Marty K>. a* Ska %  *••• la tke eoektall loans*. HI !. MIAMI AVI, PH0RI Mill PAPPY'S FINE FOODS MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED 9 A.M.-3 A.M. Specializing In ... COLLINS AT 20TH BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs oi Beef RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Thc Only Ira\ FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD Phon* 5-4058—Open Daily and Sunday, 5:00 %  9:30 P. M. PALLAS ATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 11:30 A. M. Until 12:00 P. M. EXCLUSIVE GRECIAN CUISINE THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN MIAMI Owned and Operated by Harry N. Zapantes 1 ^^ %  ^^ 1 1 %  ) I I 4 ilk "I H I • I i V i 1 i %  : i I j l!



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inHlffHBTiiWIH'9wiliM JUlWIMiWMMlMrBMtll> PAGE TWELVE Torahforl D. C. Religion* Progra m TTLANTAN TO LEAD JDA FUND CAMPAIGN Do, • A %  J • 5 To Represent Emanon In Bowling Tourney C %  : • %  nt Sil Parents of Miami Y Cub Scouts have been called to attend a reorganization meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday by Howard Lavine. Cub master. Y II Contribulinc to .he Joinl DUlribulloi. Commiifert drlvr for relliiou. -Hid" ^ •" '"•' ••"• "' I '' %  '" ^"w. SnSrf %  TROPICATTJ^ GOVE HNOR'?§1 "r witn the running honor of the state", .J" Uw !" is the ,Cj tlm-e-y,,, -..ids and ,£*} "Cher sprint race f or ?H onhisd.v.sioneverh.a fered in Hoi-Ma **J 1 "e highest ouattj Second n miportaZTl main event ,s the ITSJBJ Leon handicap, a mik.?! teenth test hm.tedtfij ods. Judgmg from Sj dications, several KYJJ Derby candidates willL. a publntrial ln tha Jd notably n, ch Shine *J miral and M ist 0' Gold. Miamians Have Chance To Air Tax Views RADER ENDS SERVICE Youth to Hear Kusworm to air l true, n i First Lt. William Rader has %  : M %  ii : .: '. :. '.'. t the 1 : ::. Ihi V. He *.v struci n i • -,tu m lllv ••'•>•• %  • I that youth | 24 ..... : I rial. Md., he was i • ; ;,<• i : •• ,iin. am. Mr. K ] • %  ted by Gov '" Mr K first I : • • hotel ommei i I pped Irom ( n industry ai : %  • : Lai I tax revision. ferred to the transportation to the hear.H led Dutcl : ing : I '.'. N G Snyder, execul eel ; B'ril at P. O. Box 149 mittei • t the Youl • %  ] He Klass to Participate In Youth Conference I :• A els Offer Literary Awards I %  >;.. for • PHI1 \ :\ nd Hill : L M. Fui annu... %  : '' %  for Hel : klass. -..-:.• %  • nsti-iand i Jor of ] • %  n tute and New York ui Sunday to pan P studied art. ] %  : • • • won '• V H M, first visit! earl .... : 22-rr.an 1 His familx ..... ; fay. split mi TV H,.T o • Harry Projector, vice Gov. Mill f erei M • Dr. Wassell to Speak I wfih"diferen ? n i reSl l Uranl 25 Sou • %  : I mth a different gue^jp^aker^i Dr. C M v. heroisn • m %  ..-. .-. on Nev this evening. Dr. Wassell pearance under tl i the Dade County Trei resentatives i American R


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MARCH 15. 1946 +Jewish thrldton PAGE THIRTEEN ORY HOUR FOR REFUGEES £ %  dr^** Hidren are among the more than 100 Jewish refugees t he Free Port" at Oswego. N Y who have been ig at the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Society ?g) for the past three weeks They will remain until can make arrangements to Join relatives. Arabs Entered istine Illegally HJSALEM (J T A) —There present more than 10,000 in Palestine who entered tuntry illegally, an official nment estimate has reMost of these illegal grants are concentrated in Saifa district, the governI said. Hebrew press'and Jewish fs this week protested the of British military aulios to allow male settlers [nearby colonies to replace, warily, the men of the col' Biriya, who were arrested irins an alleged attempt on ^rab Legion camp in th* ty of the colony. officer commanding the iei district allowed 20 set1 from neighboring villages Jrk in Biriya during the day, hey were compelled to retheir homes at nightfall, pg the colony without propuss also reported that Bomerville, assistant district kissioner in the Nazareth has been advising Arabs i sell lands to Jews. Somerqiioted as declaring at an in of Arab lands, which purchased by the Jewish |nal Fund, that "I cannot rehend how you tolerate the |fcr of Arab land to Jews." leer Women Hold Tag Collection NOTED POET TO SPEAK AT ALLIANCE FESTIVAL J. J. Schwartz, noted poet, will be guest speaker at the Purim festival of the Jewish National Workers' alliance Monday evening at the Beach Y. Cantor A. Friedman will sing holiday melodies and Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist, will play Jewish folk songs. A humorous reading will be given by Manya Shubov, specialist in Sholom Aleichem monologues. The program has been prepared by A. Shubov, cultural committee chairman. A number of Chaverim from out of town will be guests. They include Feigel Birkenblith, Miriam Gingold, Mr. Wexler and Mr. Weinger. The festival is open to the public. JDC HELPS POSTMAN Fifty thousand letters from homeless Jews in the displaced persons camps of Germany and Austria addressed to relatives abroad have passed through the Paris message center of the Joint Distribution committee since it opened last October as the first formal communication system for displaced Jews in Europe. Obituaries K; .,..Ki Beach hotel's Btion room will be open to IT Miami Pioneer Women's [tizations for a combined Shabbat and Purim celepn 8 |, in. Saturday. Memland hands have been into attend without charge, %  ay refreshment! will be nual Purim tag day collecI will be made by the PionIroups from Friday through Pay for the benefit of the prut m Palestine, Mrs. HenTeulin announces. rERHOOD TO MEET ,:; ndment to its by-laws discussed by the Beth Sisterhood at a meeting 2 |Wednesday. Mrs. Max Shaarranging a program for Afternoon. peases for the social hour Pe the Mesdaes Isidor CoJoe Feingold, Isaac Rosenand Isidor Fein. Photograph Members pvidual pictures of Baltic 'ub members will be tak1 a meeting 8 p.m. Thursday mple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will address the %  Those present will be charter members, accord' Meyer Teigman, secretary. KUGEL Funeral services for Dr. Maurice A. Kugel, 46, were held Monday afternoon at Riverside Memorial chapel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. A heart specialist and author of several books on heart disease. Dr. Kugel died early Saturday morning of a heart ailment suffered in an Alton rd. restaurant. Before coming here from New York illy nine years ago. Dr. Kugel was on the staffs of Ml. Slnul and Heth Israel hospitals. Soon after moving to Miami Beach, he Joined the St. Francis hospital staff and made his home at 1700 Meridian ave. A veteran of World War I, he was surgeon for the Miami Heach post of American Lesion, past president of the Miami Heart association and attending physician at the Children's Cardiac home. He was a board member of the Miami lieach Zionist district and n member of the. Miami llcach Klks lodge, the Miami Heach Civic league, It'nal H'rith and Miami Beach Anglers. Survivors are his widow. Mrs. Annie l..i:n ;. Kugel, three brothers nnd two slaters. Uurlal was in lit Nebo cemetery. BAIRD Samuel Balrd, 67. died Tuesday at home. 245>* N. W. Third st. He came from New York city six years ago and leaves his wife. Mrs. Zelda Hnird. three sons and a daughter. The body was sent to New York by Palmer Funeral home. RAIDMAN Bernard U Kaldman, 42. <>f < N. \V Third ave, died Sunday In Chicago while on a business trip, A resident of Miami for over M years, he Is survived by his widow. MM. IVarl Raldman. and his father. Ix>uis Rnidman. of Miami, and three sisters. Burial was In Chicago. SERVICE Lawrence E. Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, 1822 S. W. 12th ave., has been promoted to first lieutenant while serving with the 3552nd Ordnance Medium Automotive Maintenance company in northern Luzon, Philippine*. Face Facts By George Talianoff Fla. Regional Director, ADL To attain equal rights has been a goal of mankind throughout the ages. Thomas Jefferson was impelled to urge the adoption of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, commonly referred to as the Bill of Rights, in order to assure equal rights to all free people. Equality has been the driving force behind the democratic movement and is inextricably interwoven into our pattern of government. More and more, thinking men have clearly realized that democracy cannot long maintain equality in government and, at the same time, permit discrimination to exist, whether such discrimination be with regard to admission to a public supported university, or employment, or in the economic field generally. A short time ago our attention was called to a form used by a credit agency in Miami. Among the questions asked under the general heading of "Identity" was "What is his racial descent? (Answer, Anglo-Saxon, Greek, Hebrew, Negro, etc.)." In consultation with the director of the credit agency, we learned that he had nothing to do with the inclusion of the question, but that the Federal Housing administration, in seeking information on individuals desiring to build homes, had provided the questionnaire to be filled out by credit reporting agencies. The question, said the credit agency representative, was of no value in terms of revealing credit information. Whether one is a Greek American, Italian American, or German American, or whether a Catholic, Protestant or Jew, gives no clue whatsoever as to financial risk. Representations were then made directly to the FHA, it being pointed out that the question had no bearing upon the desirability of a prospective tenant and that queries of this nature should be avoided because of their discriminatory implications. The FHA has now discontinued the racial inquiry from its credit form. This has been in conformity with a growing trend among agencies, both public and private, to drop unnecessary questions which lend themselves to discriminatory abuse. The Federal Civil Service commission several months ago paved the way for the eliminaNoted Clergymen to Outline Religion's Role in World Peace Three of the four lecturers who will speak in a lecture series on "The Role of Religion in World Peace" have been announced by Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The conference is sponsoring the series with the University of Miami, and each of the lectures will be given at 8 p.m. in the University theater. Speakers will be Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, national president of the conference, who will appear on March 19; Rabbi Israel Goldstein of New York's Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, March 22; and Dr. Charles A. Hart of the Catholic University of America in Washington. April 1. The speaker for April 8 remains to be chosen. A former president of the Synagogue Council of America and the Zionist Organization of America, Rabbi Goldstein, is a public representative in the U.S. Department of Labor Wages and Hours division. He is the author of "A Century of Judaism in New York" and "Toward a Solution," and also contributes to the MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Are. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JBFunr*t Director ABE CI8ENBEHO. Trurer Xn Mow York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Are. International Jewish encyclopedia. Dr. Goldstein will be in Miami through March 28 and will be entertained by local Zionist groups. Committees of the University of Miami and the Miami Round Table which planned the series were composed of Dr. Charles Doren Tharp, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, and Dr. W. H. McMaster, University representatives; and the Rev. John McAtee, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and Dr. H. W. Blackburn, Round Table representatives. The lectures are open to the public without charge. tion from their application forms of unnecessary questions with discriminatory implications. A few colleges have followed suit, but their number is still small compared with those including questions of descent and religion. We will attain the true concept of democratic living only when discriminatory and exclusionary practices are eliminated. Santa in Boxes In the past school year American Junior Red Cross members filled 330,000 gift boxes for children overseas. These boxes contain toys, health items, and simple school supplies. rome p7IOS.W.I2thAV.MIAAU-i L/ifZ. 3-343LJ 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OFFICIALLY REPRESEHT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHER* JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly Funuihtd on ftnjuest SERVING MIAMI BEACII MIAMI Exclusively Jewish < IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. MUell, C. K. Simon. Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia 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-Miaml Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 t^w^^ 1 1 1 Jl TU B' l l ~ l ~ l l ----"----%  %  % % % % % % % % %  PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONE 9-2664 j *+g l| % %  % % %  %  ** SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY E. E. CARTER. Funeral Direct or "A Friend In Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER JJJJX ( I %  •••** j_ i .f _r j i fur i ^_^_^^^.



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*Je*lshJkrldlM 1 %  ; PAGE FOURTEEN PhiEpHonors Judge Rosenman SHOLEM BRIEFS By J. Bernard Spector NEW YORK.—Civilization will survive the atomic age only through education for internsnational understanding. Judge Samuel I. Rosenman, special counsel to President Truman and the late President Roosevelt, declared at a dinner in his honor by the New York Alumni association of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The purpose of the dinner was the presentation to Judge Rosen! man of the fraternity's 1943 National Service Award. A member of the national college fraternity since his undergraduate days at Columbia unlvi Judge Rosenman is the eleventh recipient of the award, which Is made annually for "the finest contribution to the essential Jewish life of America." Judge Rosenman quoted the following •'farewell message of warning" from an undeliven speech which President Roosevelt, knowing the atomic bomb was in the making, prepared just before he dud last April: "Today we are faced with the preeminent fact that, if en tion is to survive, we must culti-' vate tlie scienci ( '...: %  n tionships—the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, t live I -ether and work together, in I world, at peace." Terming the United Nations Organization the "01 we have, Judge Rosenman callCongratulations are being offered to Judge Samuel L Rosen man (center', for winning the 1945 National Service Aard oi ?h?Epsuon Pi fraternity by Dr. Jonah B. Wise (left) and Jacob K. M'ller (right!, grand superior of Ihejrater:. ... I Spalding to Appear At U. of M. Concert UNVEILING American-born concert violinsi All I S] aiding, will be artist with the University of Miami S y m p h o n y orchestra, •.: si A conducting on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and Monday at 8:30 p m. in the Miami Senior lil num. who was born in edforag,: nation to Q n playing I make it work, despite "growing pains and peri Is I ::pro." The Re'.Dr. J nah B. Wi •;. ternity member and £ rm< r recipient of thi the presentation of thi rd. Busy Week End Set For Kenneth Myers Kenneth M. Myers, n : Mr. and Mrs. Star,:..:. C. Myers, will have a busy % %  % %  ating : mitzva. Th: ; : inj. grand ents. Mr. and M il Myi i and Mr. and Mrs. M. Sch will be hosts at the social hour following services at Beth David. Kenneth will become bar n itzva at the synagogue tomorrow :' seven At 14 he A, s | m the Bologna Musi with eived since rt, and s :. aft( I wards he it at thi Chatelet th Adelina Patti. His American debut was made '. C rnegie Hall in New York. He is also a composer for he has .-. • %  than 60 vi tin com:.-. 25 ; iai nu bi rs, 30 quarchestral compo' : Unveiling of a monument to thi • late MrSl ... be held a) 2 p.m March 2A in the Jewish m of Woodlawn Park ci mi with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating Mrs, S; man was the mother of Mrs. Ir< n • I I* I man. Nate Spiegelman and Mrs. Martha Cohen. Gordon M ment company is in charge of arrangements Friends and relatives .r. c asked t e j ept. RIFKIND RETURNS SERVICE Plam I ame his studies t thi ity of Miami next Li. Harold Bamberg. now on t' : li ave from Wl i Field. Hav The i n of FRANKFURT. March 8 (JTAi Judge Simon H. Rifkind, who has been in Germany since October as adviser on Jewish affairs to U. S. Army headquarters, left heri today for the United States. Prior to leaving, he submitted mmendations concerning displaced J< ws to Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, U. S. commander in the European theatre. Sisterhood To Present Hilarious" Purim Play termed a hilarious Mrs Gertrude Bamberg. 825 j 1 %  Mrs. Irving Lehrmornir.g at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi' Alton '" d %  • ne nas completed 37', man. director, will be enacted Max Shapiro officiating Aiti r"1 : '' : service with the Army at the Mian Bi i h Jewish Cen• Is, Kenneth's i renl navigat r, during ter Sisti meeting 8 p.m. give a kiddush. %  w rmssions over Iwo [Monday at thi Centi r. The meeting held last Tuesday night at the Elks lodge was one of the most impressive that we have ever witnessed in any lodge hall. Great credit is due to Henry Berg and his committee the idea of honoring our war heroes in this manner and for the effort and time devoted to its presentation. Those of us who were fortunate enough to witness that drama will long remember it and those of our members who f.uled to attend truly missed a memorable meeting. If you should see a tall redheaded guy around with his bosom all puffed out and his head up in the clouds, the hances are that it's none other than our own Maurice Cromer, secretary of Sholem lodge. Maurice became the proud father of a nine-pound boy last week and he just hasn't been able to get down to earth again. He has been dispensing drinks and cigars galore and we even got him to buy our lunch the other day. It must be wonderful. We are happy to report that both mother and son are thriving. The weekly luncheon meetings held each Monday at the Urmey hotel are gaining in popularity. Come over next week, enjoy a good lunch and an interesting program. Burnett Roth is in charge of this project which has 1 roven one of the most popular of the lodge We are happy to i report that A. J. Kaplan, known as "Stumpy,'' is back with us again and has taken up where he left off about four years ago as a member of the law firm of Silver. Kaplan and Deitz, all good Ben B'riths. Big things are in the offing for Sholem lodge. The meeting to be held next month will be in honor of the past presidents. Brother Ike Levin has been placed in charge of this event and it is understood that these honorable gentlemen are in for I some first-class ribbing. We i hasten to add that will all be in fun and no offense is intended. More on this later. On the social side, Brother Louie Bandel is arranging a cabana party for the end of this month. Other similar parties Ktt>aJ WANTED: 66,000MnS ERS-Th, R GmlSL by March 31. 66.OOO0W1SI MM will b* w„ riB| M Ub. symbol of | geieCfll Bow tbout it? ^* %  Miamians Direct Cm\ Three Miami women Camp Skylark for Girls ml dersonville, N. C, which fa taking a limited number of BJ istrations foi the summers The three are Miss Dubler, Miss Josephine Scsdi Miss Betty H. C. Danks. Daughter of Miami picas] Max Dubler and the lite I Anna T. Dubler, Miss Da heads the list of directors. is founder of the Peter! school which she directed hi years. An artist and write, 1 has been active in Girl work. Miss Sond is past director^ the Peter Pan school 'Danks was formerly with the Girl Guides in, tralia. In addition to the I directors, the staff counsellors, a house mi a registered nurse. Girls between the ages i\ tfhd 16 may be enrolled by t ing Miss Dubler at 9-1923. which this lodge has held ol past have always been hujei cesses and we are sure th one will run true to form. we suggest that Louie try to I range to have the "line" bmt Copa just to insure its We know of several of 01 bers who might have a I fluence over there. r A family dinner will be held at the Victor restaurant Saf. Saipan and other battle Hi awarded the air 1 and four battle stars for his Asiatic-Pacific campaign ribbon. Kusworm To Be Guest Sidney Kusworm. national arer of B'nai B'nth. will be I speaker at a social evening be held by the Beach lodge 8 p.m. Tuesday. Plate of the n ing has been changed to T. Beth Sholom's Social hall. Hot dogs and beer will be served The meeting is open to the public. Included in the cast are Gertrude Ginsberg. Ruth Rubin, Brooks, Hannah Rubin, %  Stiefel, Betty Feuer, Gertrude '•'•' •• N man, Hattie Seligman, Ruth Klein. Pearl Walsey, Reba Kohn and Adele Lauer. M isic will be under the direction of Mrs. Tilhe Rosenthal VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive Miami Beach All Hands on Deck Canteen Corps volunteers of the Red Cross college unit at Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., worked in the college dining rooms during a critical labor shortage last year. D. ROSNER MANAGEMENT ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE PHONE 54)041 L KENNETH M. MYERS evening, and Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Myers will hold open house from 3 to 6 p.m. at 512 S. W. 21st ave. Out-of-town relatives and guests here for the celebration include Mrs. Bessie Alter, Mrs. Hortense Blum and daughter. Felice, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kominers, Mr. and Mrs. Sholom Asch and Henry Meyers, West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baum, Orlando, and Mrs. Claire Fiske, Omaha, Neb. PLYMOUTH HOTEL AND POOL At 21st Street PHONE 5-0351 Your Key to the Plymouth Offers: Fresh or Salt Water Pool e Private Beach of the Sea Gull • Dining Terrace e Coffee Shop • Sundeck • Solaria • • Steam Heat in Every Room • • Directed recreation activities under management of • THE WEINERS • JACOB GORDIN'S IMMORTAL DRAMA THE JEWISH MOTION PICTURE CLASSIC "THE YIDDISH KING LEAR If with a SUPERB CAST OF YIDDISH ARTISTS OF THE STA Directed by Harry Thomabetoky English Tltlaa Also A r„al ,THE D REAM OF MY PEOPLE".^ A FILM OF PALESTINE WITH THE LATE BELO* CANTOR JOSEPH ROSENBLATT ON HIS PILGRIM* 1 TO THE HOMELAND TV A &• p LAZA THEATRE S E„ d of W.h,n 0 o„ *"•. Mum, Bach TUES.4* MA**. 19th



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jrything's Fair in Love, War and on Purim By Darid Schwarti | im 1S the most joyous of the holidays. SimchathTorah. m is a strong rival, but really outdoes it. Purim time when we eat those gifts, for masquerade parties and what not. Everything is fair in love, war and on Purim. And yet Purim's position as a holiday has often been challenged, and it is a fact that both in the Jewish theological as well as 1 poppy-seeded Hamen I the Christian world, the Book of .l' 1 %  %  T." ,t\ ,,... ..,1.1.1. ll. fnntinnl that mother used to I u is the time when Jun[not only not repressed, but 1 a Mitzvah, to make It' is the time when the ..u.gc one to drink so much foe unable to tell the differ'between "Blessed be Mori" and "Cursed be Haman. fa time for the exchange of Esther, upon which the festival of Purim is based, has been looked upon somewhat questioningly because the entire Scroll of Esther has not a single mention of God. The old rabbis noted this deficiency in the Book of Esther and tried to offset it by the composition of additions, short little In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum %  ii A weuss "We Hope Again—A Sermon for Purim, S *Mrs! Joseph Stein will light the candles and make Xf bleSS Mr. and Mrs. Stein will be hosts at the 1 „tifn following the services in honor of their 25th reception r "? !" '"* v Mrs j. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. ^ffiVtSX^o-chainnen. will be assisted by the Adolph !" l ""v Stone Harold Spaet Louis Snetman. KSTsSs^HTmanWall an P d Sam Luby. Saturday morning services, 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. HAKAX^HAplBr 1 CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN n ConseiTallT* Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "A New War Is On" at late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Mr and Mrs M.nH..i Schcinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers, Will be hot s dirS?the social hour in honor of their grandLn Kmncth Myers, whose bar miUvah Will be oberved Saturday morning at 9. Adult Sabbath services 8 30 am. Student services. 10:30 a.m. Purim services, including the reading of the Scroll of Esther wiU be held at 7:30 o.m. Saturday and 8 am. Sunday t which time Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Under the Banner." MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avo.. Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LUAMAM CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN ConsarvaxW* Friday services, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman has chosen •The Eternal Laughter of Purim" as his topic for discussion this evening at 8:30 p.m. He will speak on tne %  AVeeklv PorUon oTthe Law" at Sabbath services 9^m. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Saturday evewng. MtocM at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos and Maanv Young Judaea meeting 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast 9 a.m. Sunday. M D iUor, will In honor of Purim. the reading of the Meg^lah w be held 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Rabbi Lehrman will preach. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 6 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30 P.m. Rabbi Grauer, continuing his series on "The Changing R„lc of a Rabbi in Israel." will speak on "The Religious Role of the Rabbi in Israel." Refreshments and informal singing will follow. Adult Strvices, 9 O.m. Saturday. The rabbi will Speak on "The Sabbath Of Zachor: A Sabbath o! RernemWrinl." Shalos Sudos. ;,, ; m Ra bbi Grauer will discuss the "Portion of the Week. At Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 15** S. "Win „ i h l ]u nior fonRregation wi" d services at 10 am and the Zionist group wi" -f 2 1„m Saturday Bar Mitzva breakfas' P meet at 4 p.m. batur Purim services. *•' ,., 8:30 a.m. Sunday, will speak on "P10 p m. Saturday. Rf" [.AjHS .. Sunday with the rereading of the we* TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Are. at 4i St.. Miami Beach UUEL KELEMER RABBI LEON EROMIMI C^MJM 8AMUEL "Thou Shalt Destroy g *tfg£g £ 2%£% IS the sermon Rabbi 9*g£W&dB A dramatic jeadp.m. this evening in ndnof 6f pu ,V„iw c hMre?i ei in* of the MegiWah will be given gMg" 10:45 a .m\ reViRious school. Saturday morning ^rvices A 15-minute organ prelude precedes each serv Orthodox Meacheloff Friday evening services,5:30jjjl^ an d Honor a will speak on "Light and J*S?TV in %  "S^SSbaS the Friday evening forum, W P-ft .. at adult Sabbath Purim. His topic will be our %  w B T. !" rTm services. 8:30 a.m. MjS*ftfil Sudos MO *£ Saturday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday. scripts about Mordecal which recounted further legends in the same vein, but, somehow, only the scholars know of these additions. Yet in the true sense I do not think the book of Esther can be called God-less. You remember when Mordecai appeals to Esther to take the case of Haman and the Jaws before the king, and Esther hesitates, fearful of the results of such intercession. Perhaps, Mordecai tells Esther, she herself had been brought to her royal position just to save the Jews. Mordecai obviously sees the finger of Destiny in history. He sees Design—and if there is Design, there must be a Designer. Of man. there is much, very much in the Book of Esther. And this accounts for the popularity of Purim. The Book of Esther is so true to life that it might appear in today's newspaper as a current account and not be incredible. O. Henry once wrote story about a Georgia editor who announced a special contribution for his paper by Theodore Roosevelt. When the paper came out, they found the article captioned: "The Condition of Our Country. Specially written for the Georgia Gazette by Theodore Roosevelt." The editor had simply taken Roosevelt's message to Congress and made it into a special article for his paper. I think one might very well do this with the Book of Esther. The Anti-Defamation league or the American Jewish Congress or some other organization ought to reprint It under Some such title as "Demagogy and AntiSemitism." The whole book of Esther is really a tractate on antiSemitism, and it might, therefore. be a particularly good little pamphlet to send to the clerical purveyors of anti-Semitism, the Rev. Gerald Smith for example, or Father Coughlin and his colleagues, who supposedly are very much in favor of the Bible. It should interest them to know that this book of the Bible rejoices over the hanging of antiSemites. Yet, the Book of Esther has very much of the feel of present times. The times are corrupt. Ahasuerus, the king, although he finally condemns Haman to the gallows, is himself a pretty rotten egg. Because his queen, Vashti, refuses to heed a command issued in one of his drunken stupors, to appear nude before a group of roisterers the king has her liquidated. And this same Ahasuerus, you remember, appointed Haman prime minister. Being galled with himself, Haman is particularly galled by the fact that this Jew, Mordecai, refuses to salaam before him. Haman is determined on revenge. Who has offended him? It is Mordecai. Well, Haman is prime minister. He can easily have Mordecai arraigned on some trumped up charge and done away with. But the anti-Semite never works that way. The antiSemite never sees the Jew as an individual. One might say this, in some part, is the feeling of the whole outside world. They know a Jew, who acts so and so. Ergo, all Jews are so and so. So Haman determines on the destruction of all Jewry, Haman is the spearhead, but the anti-Semitism was general. We see it in the warning which Mordecai makes to Esther, when she enters the beauty contest, which the king has proclaimed to select himself a successor to Vashti. Mordecai tells Esther not to mention that she is a Jewess. Esther in her application blank probably wrote down Ethical Culturist, Christian Scientistlike so many Jewish girls today. And Mordecai himself. His experience seems so typical of today. The Book of Esther records how once he learned of a conspiracy to destroy the King and was the means of saving the King's life. And yet at the same time, Haman wins his first argument for the destruction of the Jews by telling the King that the Jews are unpatriotic. Yes, the Book of Esther shows what old, shoddy stuff the antiSemites peddle. It would be amusing, if it weren't so tragic. Vets Meet Informally Informal gatherings of Jewish World War II veterans, their wives and friends have been inaugurated at the Miami Y. The group meets every first and third Mondays for a diversified program of forum discussions, athletics and social activities. I WANT MY MILK TTUami CONVAUSCENCI itc CAMS for Rest .NVA4.ESC WCHKONIC un-IfoyPark MRpsort Learn to Drire—Modern Way Army and Navy Inatructort Agency for Drivers Licensee And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 101S 6th Avo., M. Bch., Ph. S-5082 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product" Dacro Protected GENERAL PAINTING 1 TFI 2-262 1 %  MI Estimates Given I f %  —I— • %  Sm \l M Fros Estimates Qlven BY BEST MECHANICS J. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-6106 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 82nd Street JBANTYOU lie aim* eaft e> • lot *• &f ruble, • 9*** i H*Jti Y and *Jf^^a5i5HedJ*Sfe 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? t Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County [ons and oaa r t



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1 I Dr. Weinkle to Receive Degree Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle left (or Atlanta today to attend the graduation of their son, William Stanley, from Emory university Medical school. An honorary" member of the National Biological society, young Dr. Weinkle will intern at Jackson M e m o r i a 1 hospital beginning April 1. after taking the Georgia State board examination. A member of Delta Epsilon Phi medical fraternity and Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Dr. Weinkle was the only Jewish boy to be elected president of the E club. Emory's athletic association. An all-round athlete. —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE TIBBUB t—By PHINEAS J. BIRON IS* STJTS m he holds BEWARE OF It is high time to throw spotlight on Father Staskiei i P lish priest from Penns, vania. "The Committe. :: %  H er ." issued by th I Jewish Committee Father Stask. as he is kit wn. ....... he works closely with such standing anti-Semitic propagan• he has won several trophies. He j ung m Aubert, received his A.B. degree from „. ^ Emory and served in the Army as a first lieutenant. .... Yet h. nulli and eeds by the he I iya '• k :i t you Stop da foi Serin to avoid publicity alth Sen::' Fathi rTasI it Hai MISCELLANY ... | itein will Madi Emorv's Dental school in June. D PHI E TO INITIATE, INSTALL OFFICERS .Vlll Jewish nf the Wise." It contains an interesting study of the views of rabbis concerning sex and ra.c relations. Dr. Zeitlin is a graduate of the Jewish Theal Seminary Get the January issue of the Hebrew Union College monthly and read bi Abraham Shusterman's (Baltimore) eloquent article, "For Whom the Hells Tolls" The Office of Jewish Information (OJI) of the American Jewish Congress has started operations with a bang. Its "News of the Month'' broadside, its pamphlets "Opportunity Limited" and "Bal, Sheet i'f Extermination," its OJI items, a weekly service on Jewish Affairs and its "Law and Social Action" bulletins are all ers, filled with valuable Information and well edited. El< ven girls will be init ATTENTION. MR. GUDSTADT Richard iated f ,ho Ar linst • n meeting I xMay Quinn ttarged anti Semit Marshall, one into Delta Phi Epsilon. University %  • % % %  of Miami sorority, a. enr v Ford '. u ,f light ceremonv tonight at the Semitic literature wa till home of Shirley Kranz, 3782 ing distributed in Latin Ai ttacke\ei Chase ave. New initiates are ArCan he txplain away line Finesman, Joy Freeman, Barbara Erlick, Nessa Gittelman. We havi n liabli •' • embership of 11.000 • • that its yearly budget i Sauv a R a itt! Jayne Micl v wc rey Saxon Greta Shoobe, Leon' : number of Latii i re Stramer, Car >le Tannen and \ A I leader ol Ai %  Gerry Waldman. Installation of new l y elect, rhe Internati nal .' Sew York public ,"' l "" dlttl '.' '•'•;, p'V Jew in Character and Busim ;. officers, conducted by Pat Roth. ,,..,,.,.,...' thi first ol ent, will follow the cen ,.. ,, „ .. t 96 articli ill} • %  Pmonies. Miss Kranz will be in. n „„ ,,,,,. i ,-.,, ,. • tl earnborn In li stalled as vice president: c hai ,, „ u „_ ... if Mr. Henlottc AI : .-. rrespond :.. secretary; Arline Jacobson, ti the May 29, the Knighl f the Ku Klux K I I 1204 .'. %  • : C> • %  %  found in a n her ol Ami ri< an public lib:. i inclu N( '•'. %  York | ibi N. .-. pledge off, f ers are Arlu I Mildred Storch, pl< motlier. Members will entertain alumnae at a luncheon March l"tl the international sorority's founder's day. New Ei R • • Sonn; c r, % %  ici presi lent; Rosalind I and Phyllis 11 b( rg, I Beach Women to Form B'nai B'rith Chapter N A Miami Beach chapter of B : ith "•' %  %  • be formed 8 p.m. T u • thi • Y. Cl irti: membership e extended 1 tis mei ting. Mrs : Bi ki Ni rth c ; B'nai B'rith W men and the Chicago Women's B'nai B'rith com • ti "The Woman's PI: i in B'nai B'r:th." Mrs. Becker is a membei oi the steering committee appointed by Mrs. Benjamin Landau. : dent, to organize the new group. Others are Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, chairman, and Mrs. Anne Kauffman. KOFOED TO SPEAK if Mr. Ford letter to 1 1204, Atlanta. Geoi not stop 1 %  : his rigina • DR. HERTZ'S SUCCESSOR British Jewry is looking for a chief rabbi to fill the vacancy created by the recent demise of lhe very Rev. Dr. Joseph H. Hertz ... of the several suggested American candidates, two. Dr. Louis Finkelslein and Dr. Lee Jung, have already been eliminated. The first, it is said, because of his sometimes wavering position on Zionism the other because of his close association wilh the Agudas-Israel movement. It is not unlikely that lhe Rev. Dr. Louis Isaac Rabinowiti of Johannesburg. South Africa, will be the successful candidate. Dr. Rabinowitz is forly years of age and a brilliant scholar and eloquent preacher. He served as Jewish chaplain ol His Majesty's forces in World War II. Incidentally, he is the author of a brilliant article in the current issue of "The Jewish Quarterly Review" on the Jews of China. QUESTIONS Is it true that conversion is reaching unprecedented proportions, particularly in lhe case of boys who have been serving overseas? ... Is it true lhat the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, still at large, will be permitted to return lo oifice in Palestine? ... Is it true lhat the new government of Austria has failed lo enacl laws for lhe full restoration of civil liberties and redemption of material losses suffered by lhe Jewish community under lhe Nazi regime? Is it true thai the Detroit Youth For Christ movement was formed wilh great financial backing by the National Association of Manufacturers and the Hearst newspapers? JR. HADASSAH SLATES APRIL FUNCTIONS Junior Hadassah's calendar of forthcoming events will be disat an executive board meeting Thursday evening at the home of the Misses Roslynne and Jacquelynne Droad, 1615 Monad ii e, Scheduled for April 7 at the National hotel is the organization's monthly brunch. An open house for all members of local Zionist groups will be held the following Sunday, and a dance for Junior Hadassah members is for April 28. Couples Charged Less Cut-rate admission price has ix en set for couples who attend the Hadera girls' Purim dance tomorrow night at Temple Beth Sholom. The Young Judaea group is charging 10 cents drag and 15 ci nts stag for the affair. The group, composed of girls 12 to 14 years of age, meets Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. under the leadership of Miss Sylvia Ranch. HOLD KwSga Miami Beach Jew?St_ Onter to part^jSi oin thr, D.., Juki Center t( festival |_ clubs fronMhe'keJTE *•] grcgation. the Bel^SI Jacob SvnaRoeuV V-51 A Purim play *"* %  by the Young-JuSy^L, council and the Cent?.*! Judaean chapter, the i^'l t i do Dagania group < daeans sang a ^"" %  I traditional Paring *1 halal Young Judaeans B J several songs about p?l and then adopted coW „ Rudnick. Barbara Li ss Z^ delle Molt and GloriffJ 1 were featured in the clubs songs and dances The Young Palestine, J sented Palestinian folk ZI dances and distributed MJ their club magazine, "Th e vl Palestinian Review." R^, frock, president of the ^ group of Beth David Yo^l daea, recited an original? tic poem. Hadassah Nominate! For April Election Anticipating its April 8tki tion meeting, the Greater' chapter of Hadassah selwJl slate of officers at its Monday. Mrs Alex Van l_ and her nominating conn_ brought in the following j£| Mrs. Abraham Goodmal re-election to the presid Mrs. Ralph Cohen, Mrs. Greenspan, Mrs. Murray man. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Milton Wolf, vice prwi4_ Mrs. Harry Platoff, financiali retary; Mrs. Saul Appelbauai sociate financial secretary. Also Mrs. Hattie GoldstM.1 ecutive secretary; Mrs. X.! las Raff, recording Mrs. Morris Alpert, social t tary: Mis. Barney Weinkle.t urer; Mis S. A. Goodman.i ing secretary. &f 1 tt Beautiful Miami Medical Center Fae i titi for treatments of acute med eal. and convalescent cases 'y equipped for care of '"' H and mental disorders, drug and aleeholic habits. PsyChotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Eect-cShock therapy sc entitleally given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical D.rectoand President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 20243 9.10*2 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. ooja c Palroni^^YStore ROH/\K$ PAINT AND HARDWARF STOPDealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varaiihn Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald columnist, will be guest speakeat the Beth Jacob Sisterhood meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at the community building. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff is also slated CAN Y0U ST0P THIS to speak. Capt. B. Saffian of N". • %  Mrs. Jack Hirsch will preside. I w rites l0 protest against the Refreshments will be served fol' %  8ram "Can Yen lowing the meeting. This" The captain against the jokes told in t /V\3GUST BROS Rv, fa rhi lift VT-' *f EDITS BULLETIN Jewish dialect on the ; Usually these jokes, writ) p.-,c TT7,. ran Prtray the Jew "as many Philip Steir, 531 loth st.. has ; Gentiles like to think of hin been named editor of the News a grasping, vulgar, boorish p. • Bulletin of the Southeast Florida son, speaking broken English and i Pharmaceutical association. He generally making himself obiecIS also a member of the associa-1 tionable." 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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lie\wiislb-IElliDipidliiain
T^fc^-THE JEWISH UNITY
Curt
THE IFWISH WEEKLY
19-NUMBER 11
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
0
24
S783.100 goal in
liters of the Combined
|pral are extending the
until Sunday, March
i Victory party will be
fcley's restaurant
[4,500 people have con-
nore than $704,000 to
laving campaign for
bnal ami overseas agen-
rdinfi to Morris Klass,
Idirector. An excess of
which represent
h,st year's giving, are
irorked by the 100 vol-
ho are winding up the
said. Top giving is
prue as last year, Klass
ng a special appeal to
kh people of Greater
(finish the job. Wm. D.
|a m p a i g n chairman,
started a drive for
at has never been at-
Greater Miami, and
succeed because of the
The 1.250,000 Jew-
id women and the little
*:ho have managed to
he honors of war to
|igh cold, hunger and
must receive the care
to live. By finishing
started out to do, we
^e must give them cause
of the entire country
ed on Greater Miami,
led. Outcome of this
Iwill '" a nuide to Jew-
|unities throughout the
raising the $100,000,-
Jt wish Appeal goal
program for refugees,
needs and Palestine.
To Be Dedicated
iiac Home
[anh;itu,n cottage, ac-
W 1!) children, will be
at the National Chil-
Irdiae Home, Mending
i> 3 p.m. Sunday. Mrs.
zrnan. president of the
chapter, has come to
[rrmk.- the presentation
Tobin, Home presi-
kon Kronish will read
uction.
Jewry Opposes
Immigration Bill
WASHINGTON (JTA)Judge
Nathan D. Perlman of the Court
of Special Sessions of New York
this week testified before the
House Immigration committee in
opposition to the Gosset bill,
which asks halving of the pres-
ent immigration quota for the
next 10 years. He emphasized
that the provisions of the bill
are "an act of gratuitous cruelty
toward the great masses of suf-
fering men and women in devas-
tated Europe."
Judge Perlman spoke in behalf
of the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council, which
includes the American Jewish
committee, the American Jewish
Congress, B'nai B'rith, the Jew-
ish Labor committee, the Jewish
War Veterans of America, the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and Jewish commu-
nity councils in 20 cities.
"Rather than considering a
proposal for the further exclu-
sion of a few of the great mass
of helpless persons, the Congress
might more appropriately be
concerned with means whereby
national quotas may be combined
and the total quotas of 153,000 a
year be made available for ad-
mission of victims of the Nazi
terror, together with other eligi-
ble immigrants, without regard
to birthplace or religion," Judge
Perlman said.
Arguing that enactment of the
bill would not significantly af-
fect employment conditions,
Perlman declared that contrarily.
"many immigrants have created
new jobs, by creating new enter-
prises and new industries." He
urged no alteration of existing
quotas before a thorough study
of the present immigration laws
has been made, as recommended
by a report of the Immigration
committee itself. "We should
ready ourselves after full study,"
Perlman declared, "to write a
new immigration law, aimed at
a constructive immigration policy
that would best serve both our
domestic interests and the causT
of international harmony."
Read Lewis, executive director
of the Common Council for
American Unity, also appeared
in opposition to the bill.
Hospital Group Gets Charter
For $2,000,000 Institution
The $2,000,000 Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami came nearer fruition yesterday after-
noon with the signing of a corporation charter in circuit court before Judge George E. Holt.
Name of the proposed 200-bed, non-sectarian institution was announced Wednesday when
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Miami Beach attorney and former councilman, was elected presi-
dent of the corporation. Other officers selected were Sam Blank, vice president; Max Orovitz,
secretary; Abe Goodman, treasurer. Orovitz had been chairman of the temporary citizens'
committee which began negotiations for the hospital several months ago.
Next step by the group will be a comprehensive survey of local medical needs and pro-
posed sites under the direction of Dr. E. M. Bluestone, medical director of New York's Monte-
fiore hospital, who conferred with the temporary committee several weeks ago.
------------------------------------------------- Between 15 and 40 trustees are
w-* | -w-^ j ^^^^^^ to De selected to expand the cor-
I Mk I h iJiVltfl Tfi ji ^k poration's community represen-
AJ^tll I/aTlU LVJ pPP^^ |^ tation, Orovitz reports. It is an-
. U j^F ticipated that fund-raising activi-
4 itl/1 ^JfiWT' ^*ilf"fi HH ties, necessary for the erection of
J. llllt i^l OltC ___ ______ the modern structure, will be
conducted in the near future
through the facilities of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, either separately or in con-
junction with Federation's annual
campaign.
In undertaking the hospital
project, leaders of the movement
were given assurance by nation-
ally known experts that even the
BULLETIN
Signing of the hospital char-
ier was postponed at the last
minute yesterday due to the
sudden death of Harriet Wil-
liams, jr.. 5-month-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D.
Williams, Thursday morning.
Mr. Williams is one of the
i originators of the hospital
movement.
Besides the parents, two
brothers survive. Services
were held 4 p.m. yesterday at
Philbrick Funeral home with
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan offici-
ating. Interment was in Grace-
land Memorial park.
New dale of the charter sign-
ing is to be set by Judge George
E. Holt.
Purchase of a site for a new
synagogue and Talmud Torah
buildings was favored in a mo-
tion passed by the Beth David
Congregation Wednesday night.
This followed a series of dis-
cussions over the past two years
during which it was decided that
the present synagogue at 135 N.
W. Third ave. is not adequate for
the congregation's needs. The
growing membership, increased
student activity and school en-
rollment were the prime factors
in taking this step.
Another major development in
Miami's pioneer congregation's
decision to move was the trend
of the population shift toward
the Southwest section which is
densely populated by Jewish resi-
dents.
A five-man committee was ap-
pointed by Harry Simons, presi-
dent, to select a location for the
approval of the congregation.
Committee members are Harry
Markowitz, Sam Weissel, Jacob
Sher, Al Quadow and Hyman
Sootin.
First Immigrants To
Leave Germany In May
FRANKFURT (JTA)The first
transport of Jewish immigrants
from the American zone of Ger-
many to the United States will
probably sail in May, Ilya Dijour,
HIAS director for Germany and
Austria, told a press conference
here. The first group will prob-
ably be composed of 600-800
children, he said.
wty Owners Urged to Vote
ation of a voluntary
Committee to induce
Iwners to vote on May
IDade county improve-
grarn was announced
.' oy t rancis M. Miller,
[and Mrs. T. T. Stevens,
j[mg civic, professional
I b 'eaders formed the
ream,,,,,. gr0UPr with
Pwteerlng daily to ad-
P vwrs go to the polls
ps themselves for or
le Projects.
loninM"kr' e*Pressing
Int nn n the "even
Fm Projects to be voted
rbe'inoWel1fare Projects
> arT/H1 and "eeded
law .thc educational
>aiment faeihties pro-
posed are badly needed to meet
the rapid growth of our commu-
nity.
"While the members of this
committee favor the entire pro-
gram, its primary objective is to
urge property owners to go to the
polls and vote.
"We need the old folks' hom
'and the children's detention
home proposed in the program.
We need a clean park for South
Dade county and the tuberculosis
hospital. Through the ware-
house, the county will save
money in depreciation of costly
machinery. We need the aqu-
arium and marine laboratory,
and the auditorium.
"One thing many people may
want to know: that is the ques-
tion of whether it is a question
of voting on all seven proposals
as a single entity, or on each one,
individually. They stand as Sin-
gle proposals; those who favor
this and oppose that can vote
just that way.
"The main thing this commit-
tee wants to emphasize is just to
vote. Whether you vote them
up or vote them down, vote. This
applies particularly to the vet-
erans returning from the war.
They fought to preserve the in-
alienable right of a democracy's
citizensthe right to vote, and
the right of free expression.
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
Weizman Pleads
For Jewish Homeland
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr.
Chaim Weizmann came before the
Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry en Palestine Friday as
it opened hearings here, and in
a calm, but impassioned four-
and-a-half hour statement plead-
ed with them to allow the build-
ing of a Jewish homeland in
Palestine.
The high points of Dr. Weiz-
mann's testimony, which was fre-
quently interrupted by questions
from the visibly interested com-
mittee members, were:
1. Although he favors the
eventual establishment of a Jew-
ish state in Palestine, when the
Jews are in a majority, he does
not demand the establishment of
such a state immediately, but
wants maximum Jewish immi-
gration.
2. He is not interested in the
"trappings" of a Jewish state, but
wants "state power" for Jews to
develop the country, and the im-
mediate abolition of the White
Paper.
3. He wants peace with the
Arabs and is willing to meet with
them at any time to discuss the
future of the country.
4. He does not believe that
there is any future in Europe for
most of that continent's Jews.
5. He revealed that Winston
Churchill, when Prime Minister,
promised that when the war end-
ed, he would try to convince the
United States government to go
along with Zionist aspirations.
6. He is "profoundly opposed"
to violence and would do every-
thing in his power to curb it.
Weiimann Answers "No"
Bartley Crum asked whether
erection of Mercy hospital would
leave room for greatly needed
additional hospital facilities.
Besides the officers, originators
of the Mt. Sinai project include
Dr. Morris Goodman, Monte
Selig, Stanley C. Myers, Henry
D. Williams, J. Gerald Lewis,
Alex Van Staaten, Arthur A.
Ungar. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Moses Ginsberg, Samuel
Friedland, Wm. D. Singer and
Mitchell Wolfson.
Zionist Congress Sets
Palestine Meeting
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
first World Zionist Congress
since 1939 will be held in Pales-
tine in August, it was announced
last week at a meeting of the
Small Zionist Actions commit-
tee. It was decided that delegates
would be chosen on the basis of
"shekel" payments for only one
year, thus enabling the Revision-
ists, who have not made such
payments for several years be-
cause of differences with the
Zionist Organization, to partici-
pate.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, address-
ing the meeting, expressed his
pleasure at the fact that the Con-
gress is to be held here, declar-
ing that it foreshadowed the cre-
ation of a Jewish state. He said
that he was happy to be back
in Palestine to share in the "hard
days," although he believes that
success will crown Zionist ef-
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By ELSIE KRONENFELD
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gross-
man of New York are leaving
after a three-week stay with
his brother, Ben Grossman .
Molly and Bernard Klein are
finally getting that apartment
at 1535 S. W. Sixth st. and will
be moving in today. Molly's
father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bear, have been
entertaining Mr. Bear's sister,
Mrs. Sadie Kerper, of New
York. Mrs. Kerper left Thurs-
day after a three-month stay.
Congratulations to Joe Ber-
mann on his birthday. Joe,
we're a little late since the
event was March 7, but wanted
to see your name in once, in-
stead of Belle's.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiley re-
turned to Chicago after a
month's stay with Mrs. Wiley's
parents, the Herman Wronkers,
Sadigo Court apartments .
Mrs. Morris Plant has as her
guest Abe Housman of New
York ... Dr. and Mrs. Maurice
Serotta are due in today. Dr.
Serotta is out of the Army after
three years of service and will
practice dentistry in Miami. His
wife is the former Dorothy
Levin and we know that her
folks, the Ike Levins, are happy
to see them here. Max and
Millie Serotta will have a
chance to see their brother just
before they move to Saratoja
Springs, N. Y., next week.
Capt. Paul Lerrnson of New
York spent a couple of nights
here with friends on his way
back to his post in Puerto Rico.
, Jack and Dolores Courshon
have no worry about a place '
to stay after their return from
their honeymoon. Jack's uncle, j
Albert Pollak, owns the Bel-
mar hotel and is going to make j
room for them there for a while.
. My father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Weinkle, of
Atlanta, Ga are here for a
few days. They flew in Sun-
day to surprise us.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Park have
been spending the winter at
the Monroe hotel. Miami win-
ters being so much nicer than
Chicago's, they are looking for
I a house to settle in There
should be more rooms or you
-visitors to Hendersonville this
summer for Stanley Segal says
! he is building a hotel there .
Mr and Mrs. M. A. Abramson,
445 S W. Second St., have theu
son and daughter-in-law visit-
,ing them from Jacksonville.
They will be here for the rest
of the week.
Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, presi-
dent of the national Women s
division, American Jewish Con-
gress, was honor guest at a
:tea in the home of Mrs. Ann
Meyers Weinstein Wednesday.
Hostesses were Mrs. Weinstein.
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and
Mrs. Sol Leslie D. J. Apte.
who deserted Miami for Tampa
I several years ago, is back in
| town at the Belmar hotel .
Mr. Apte was elected to the
executive board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congre-
gations at their recent conven-
tion in Cincinnati.
Lt. Jack Seitlin is expected
home in the near future by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Seitlin Overseas in the
China area since September, j
as an Army dentist. Lt. Seitlin
landed In Cuhieruia lost week
He will pick up his wife in
Washington. D. C. before com-
ing to Miami.
George Talianoff, the roving
ADL director, makes his next ;
trip Tuesday, when he's to ad-
dress the A. B Weil B'nai B'rith
lodge in Jacksonville E. ,
Gordon is recuperating at Jack-
SOD Memorial hospital.
Busy Week End Set
For Kenneth Myers
Kenneth M. Myers, son of Mr. |
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, will
have a busy weekend, celebrating ,
his bar mitzva.
This evening, his grandpar- i
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers ;
and Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg, i
will be hosts at the social hour
following services at Beth David, i
Kenneth will become bar mitz-1
va at the synagogue tomorrow |
morning at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. After-
wards. Kenneth's parents will
give a kiddush.
A family dinner will be held
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Mr. and MrTTack Courshon
ar, honeymooning >n Cuba nd
. enviroM following their mar
riage Sunday at the Belmar hotel
j Si Rabb. Leon Kronish off.ci-
I "'The bride is the former Dolores
Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Bloom, 4353 Alton rd. She
la a graduate of Duke unlv.
Mr Courshon, sen of Mr. ana
firs Aaron Courshon, 2f Pme-
tree dr.. was graduated from the
; University of Florida.
Mis. Harold Leitman of Jack-
sonville was h< Bister's .natron
of honor. Gale Pollak, the
j niece, was flower girl.
Arthur Courshon was his broth-
best man. Mrs. M
; Hnsch sang preceding the cere-
mony.
Following the rites, a dinner
was held at the hotel dining
room. Out-of-town guests from
Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs.
Max Leitman. Harold, Harvey,
Don and Alvin Leitman. Miss
Marlyn Leitman. Harvey Fried-
man and Marvin Neuir.an.
Mr. Traeger To Marry
Philadelphia Girl
The wedding of Miss Minerva
Fine and David Traeger will take
place at 3 p.m. Sunday at the
home of his brother and sister-
in law, ifl! H W SSUi ave Rabbi
Murraj Giauar will officiate at
the ceremony which will be fol-
lowed by a reception.
Mr. Traeger is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Traeger, 753 N.
W. 22nd ct,. longtime residents
of Miami. Miss Fine is the daugh-
ter of Samuel Fine of Philadel-
phia, who will be unable to at-
tend the wedding due to an ill-
ness.
The bridegroom-elect was re-
cently discharged from the Navy-
after three and a half years' con-
voy duty in the Atlantic. Miss
Fine was educated in Philadel-
phia schools.
The couple will tour Cuba for
their wedding trip and will be
at home at 745 N. W. 22nd ct.
after April 1.
Out-of-town guests here for the
wedding include Miss Fine's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Sork, of Penn-
sylvania, and Mrs. David Fine.
Newark, N. J.
at the Victor restaurant Saturday
evening, and Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers will hold
open house from 3 to 6 p.m. at
512 S. W. 21st ave.
Mist Krichcvsky Reveals P|ans
For Sunday Wedding to Mr. oH
Miss Dulce Krichevsky. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Krich-
evsky, 700 Mth st.. will become
the bride of Maurice Cohen at
4 30 p.m. Sunday at Temple Beth
Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating. Mr. Cohen is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen,
440 W. Di Lido dr.
The bride will be attended by
Misses Ruth Kendel, Erma Sch-
wartz. Sonia Zaiat and Elsa Fish-
man as bridesmaids. Mrs. Eva
Waserstein will be her sister's
matron of honor. Miss Fanny
Cohen will be maid of honor.
Esther Waserstein, Miss Krich-
evsky's niece, mm .
girl. Ushers are L [
Ralph Arvib, of Nefet
Cohen, of Raleigh, HpS
Sam Cohen. The lafc.H
brothers of the brJ2j
Follow.ng the cerZ\
will be a.receptiontS
then a dinner for the mM
the Cadillac hotel. Jb?*!
Jack Waserstein anZSl
Cuba, will attend 2?
will honeymoon in Nam
and may live in Cana^i
Mr. Cohen will continu, il
affiliated with the IW,
chants and Manufacture*
The bris of Daniel Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Cromer, will be held today at
the home of his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
B. Berstein, 1431 N. Venetian
way Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
officiate. Daniel was born
March 8.
Rabbi Machtei officiated at
the recent bnsim of the sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Richter,
Dr. and Mrs. David Brezin, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Weiner, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rosenthal (Harold
Terry, born Feb. 26), and Mr.
and Mrs. Max Mark .
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete
iSilverman was born Monday
I. Sherry Lee. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alexander,
11381 N. W. 53rd st, arrived
| March 7 at Jackson Memorial
hospital. Linda Ellen, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs Morris
Steinberg, 820 N. E. 83rd st.,
!Feb. 21 Geni Faye. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Emanuel, 1681 Meridian ave.,
Feb. 23 Etty Joyze, daugh-
ter of Mr and Ma _
Levy, 140 Wctihingt^
Feb. 15 Victor,,
and Mrs. Louis Gron,[
W. Ninth ter., Feb. 20."
Michael, son of Mr.
Jerome Stern, 774 N. W,j
St., Feb. 27 Launnojl
son of Mr. and Mm
Oxner. 408 W. Fifth il,Ftl
. Jeffrey Bruce, sod df
and Mrs. Morris Uon
wald. 415 N. W. 43rd .|
11 ... Jordan, son of (41
Mrs. Bernard Kelemer, 381
I line ave., Feb. 10...
I Michael William, ion d|
and Mrs. Raymond
Simons, 3800 N. W. Ffti
'Feb. 19 Sandra,
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I
zweig, 10600 Biscayu
Feb. 11 .
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fami Says "Good Purim" With Gala Parties
lent* to Present
fish Pr09'"
children of the two
Li's Circle schools will
ffta an alt-Yiddish oper-
a one-act comedy 8 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Ele-
, school, Lenox and
,'apeCrctta, 'Merchant of
I-is under the direction of
[children's teacher, Max
I" an The play, Sholom
Pas""Elom Habo," will be
d bv the dramatics club,
the leadership of Harry
Lr!-!? musical solos will be
led in the program. Admis-
i 75 cents.
, Council Chooses
in Esther Sunday
ng for the title of Queen
are Lucille Gold, Audrey
Lois Mondras and Bea
Iff Selection of the queen
made at the Miami Y
L evening when the House
sponsors its Purim af-
;andidates have been se-
by B'nai B'rith Girls'
Cey's Hungry Five" will
le dance music and "Rud-
nri Rickc-tts" will entertain.
_sion is free.
fcharge of arrangements are
I Quartin and Evelyn Pol-
Lila Girson. Margo Ritwe,
lurtz, Sonia Israel, Evelyn
ochl (president) and Ar-
Libman (secretary).
Mandel Engaged
and Mrs. Harry Mandel.
$.W. Third St., are announc-
Ihe engagement of their
kter, Shirley Reva, to Mor-
|ldberg, of Cleveland, Ohio.
vedding will take place in
in the early fall. Mr.
erg is presently vacation-
ere.
Sweetheart Dance Has
Cabaret Atmosphere
Beth David's auditorium will
be conTeried into a miniature
"cabaret" by the tynagogue'i
Young Judaea group for its
Spring Sweetheart dance tomor-
row evening at I o'clock.
Regular night Club entertain
ment, dancing and refreshments
are on the bill, according to Ron-
nie Levitt, chairman. Admission
will bo 25 cents per person at
the door.
Working with Ronnie on the
arrangements are Rita Shal-
frock. president, and Jerry
Schulman, Ira Segal and Charles
Rosenblitt.
Home Observes Purim
With Garden Party
A garden party and Purim
festival will be held at the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, 335 S. W.
12th ave., at 2 p.m. Sunday by
the Miami and Miami Beach
Women's Auxiliaries to the Home
for their membership and the
men's board.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Murray Grauer who will discuss
"The Megillah of the Gulath."
Musical interpretations will be
given by the Rev. Maurice
Mamches. accompanied by Miss
Anyuta Melicov. The Jewish
Folk Chorus, directed by Louis
Powesky, will sing.
Refreshments characteristic of
Purim will be served. Mrs. Joel
Zalis heads the Miami Auxiliary
and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, the
Beach group.
Membership drive plans will
be formulated at a meeting of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation at 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Biscayne Tem-
ple. Mrs. Morris Ofsowits heads
the membership committee.
A report of the organisation's
first annual Purim dance, held
Sunday, will be given by Herbert
Feldan, chairman.
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Purim Dance Fund
Aids Temple Israel
Funds raised at Temple Israel
Sisterhood's Purim dinner-dance
Sunday evening will be devoted
to procuring a motion picture
projector for the religious school
adding a rest room and modern-
izing the Temple's kitchen, ac-
cording to Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
dance chairman.
The affair will be held at the
Latin Quarter with the club's
floor show, starring Sophie
Tucker, providing the entertain-
ment. Bottles of champagne will
be awarded as door prizes.
Tickets may be reserved by
calling the Temple office, 9-1757,
or Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn, 3-8074.
Admission is $10 per person, in-
cluding tax and tip.
This is the Sisterhood's only
scheduled social function of the
year. Dress is optional.
Russian Cantor Here
For Tuesday Concert
Cantor P. Pinchik, renowned
singer, will appear at a concert
at the Miami Beach High school
8 p.m. Tuesday under the spon-
sorship of the Miami Beach Jew-
I "t-'--' .
Children Create Costumes
For Masquerades, Carnival
Sunday's Purimno doubt about it in the minds of Sunday
and Hebrew school students who are busy creating costumes
to wear to the masquerades and carnivals that will be held in
local houses of worship. Among the treats will be haman-
taschen and other holiday refreshments served by the Sister-
hoods of the congregations.
A model Purim service will be conducted by Talmud Torah
students of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at 10:30
a.m. Sunday in the main building, 59 S. W. 17th ave. A mas-
querade and Purim play will be included in the festivities.
At Beth Jacob, prizes will be awarded to the children wear-
--------------------------------------------ing the most original, funniest
nil I r\ an<* most beautiful costumes at
beth JaCOD Dance 7 p.m. Monday at the Community
A I t I IT I building. An original play, plus
Aids Talmud Torah a Purim play in modern dress, a
radio broadcast, a quiz program,
songs and recitations have been
scheduled.
Amidst the holiday gaiety,
Temple Israel and Temple Beth
Sholom students will take time
out to remember the less fortu-
nate overseas. Temple Israel
children have been asked to bring
candles and crayons for overseas
shipment to their party Sunday
from 11:30 to 2:30. Miss Hope
Ellen Tanenbaum, Miami Y dra-
matics instructor, will conduct
the program. Games, noisemak-
ers and luncheon will be in-
cluded.
Turtle races and game booths
will highlight the Beth Sholom
carnival Sunday at 10 a.m. on
the south lawn of the synagogue
grounds. Prizes will go to the
children wearing the funniest,
most original and best Purim
costumes Participants will bring
toys as their Shaloch Monos gifts
to European children.
Beth David religious school
children will conduct their Purim
program during their Sunday
morning assembly. Members of
the P-T A will be hostesses.
A special surprise program
awaits students of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center at 10 a.m.
Sunday.
Sixteenth annual Purim ball
of Beth Jacob congregation will
be highlighted by performances
of stage, screen and radio stars.
The affair will be at the Miami
Beach Senior High school 8 p.m.
Sunday evening.
A Purim open house will be
held by Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Hescheloff. 711 Lenox ave..
from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday
afternoon.
Proceeds from the ball will be
used to augment the building
fund for the addition to the Tal-
I mud Torah which is now under
I way.
David Goldstein, president of
the congregation, is general
chairman, assisted by Harry
Wasserman, Max Feit. Martin
Genet, William Mechlowitz, Dr.
M. J. Safra.
Also the Mesdames Ann
Berow, Jack Hirsch, Rose Hayes,
Joseph Brenner and Dora Klein-
berg.
Tickets, priced at $1, are on
sale at the synagogue or may be
purchased at the door.
ish Center Sisterhood. Mrs, I.
Goldberg and Mrs. I. Newman
are chairmen of the affair.
Cantor Pinchik escaped from
Russia after the Kerensky re-
gime was overthrown and clergy-
men were persecuted. Arriving in
America he became noted for his
tenor interpretation of liturgical
music.
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BOOK OF HADASSAH
TO BE READ MONDAY
"The Book of Hadassah," the
story of Hadassah in the form of
the Megillah, will be read by Na-
talie Feingold at a meeting of
the town group Monday after-
noon in the auditorium of the
Miami Y.
Mrs. Harold B. Cohen will pro-
vide the background piano music
and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
conduct the singing of Palestin-
ian songs.
The meeting will be preceded
by a social hour and Purim re-
freshments at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Harry Minkoff,
chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Karp
and Mrs. Ben Abraham.
Purim Festivities
Sunday the Intermediate Coun-
cil of the Beach Y is sponsoring
a day of festivities, commemo-
rating the holiday of Purim.
In the afternoon, from 1 to 5
p.m., there will be a carnival
with refreshments and other
booths involving many games.
In the evening, starting at 8
o'clock, a dance and beauty con-
test will be held. The contest
will be crowned Queen Esther by
Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
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(Editor's Note: The follow-
ing article was written espe-
cially for the Jewish Floridian
by Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
national director of Hillel
Foundations. Mr. Singer's ex-
hibit will close tomorrow at
the Miami Beach public li-
brary. He may be contacted at
1344 Euclid ave., telephone
5-6150.)
Our stay in Miami Beach has
been replete with pleasant as-
sociations, and high among them
has been the opportunity to re-
new friendship with a distin-
guished young Jewish artist,
William Earl Singer. He has
been exhibiting the fruits of 15
years of hard work at the library,
WM. EARL SINGER
and it is a source of pride, when
there is so much discussion
through the country about un-
savory features of our social liv-
ing here, that there has been
such fine interest in the exhibi-
tion.
Apparently, Singer is especially
gifted in interpreting personality
and character. His portraits have
won deserved acclaim from the
finest American critics. His
mastery of color, his ability to
distill vitality from every tea-
ture. strike even tne least tutored
observer. It is worth traveling
many miles to see his "Thomas
Mann."
My association with Singer be-
gan when he painted a portrait
of Mrs. Sachar. We hail many
opportunities then, during the
sittings, to talk of his concep-
tion of the artist's role. Apart
from the intrinsic value of noble
art creations, the Jewish artist
who blesses his generation by
enriching its cultural assets, is
about the best anti-defamation
force that we can have.
The people of our community
will be missing a treasured ex-
perience if they do not avail
themselves of the opportunity to
see Singer's work and to chat
with him before the exhibit
closes on Saturday. I am hoping
too, that some of the people in
the community will be interested
in portraits of their dear ones to
bless their homes and to become
valued heirlooms in their family
tradition.
UAHC ADOPTS
12
CINCINNATI (JTA)-Tho 39th
biennial convention of the Union
,,f American Hebrew Congrega-
, concluded here with the
adoption <>f a 12-point statement
f principles supporting the
United Nations Organization "ai
, instrument to outlaw wars, to
establish justice and to promote
good will;" urging the United
States "to take the initiative in
outlawing the atomic bomb as a
weapon of warfare;" advocating
of federal fair em-
and
"MOTHER AND CHILD," painted by William Earl Singer, is one
of the artist's many portraits on exhibition at the Miami Beach
public library. This picture is one of Singer's most recent
works, having been completed in 1945. ___________
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX BepreeantatiTa
the passing
ployment legislation; and sug-
gesting the extension and the
intensification of UNRRA ac-
tivities.
The statement calls for con-
tinued condemnation of anti-
Semitism, abrogation of the
White Paper and support of the
SI dO.000.000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal. Regard-
ing the plight of the defeated
peoples of the Axis nations, the
statement declares that Judaism
; that "atonement charac-
terized by sincere repentance and
good deeds will be followed by
the forgiveness of God and man."
Adolph Rosenberg of Cincin-
nati was re-elected president of
the UAHC at a meeting of the
executive board following con-
clusion of the convention. Col.
Frederic F. Greenman of New
York, Jacob W. Mack of Cincin-
nati and Eugene B. Strassburger
j of Pittsburgh were re-elected
vice presidents. Jacob Aronson
of New York and Dr. S. S. Hol-
lender of Chicago are newly
elected vice presidents. David
F. Kahn of Cincinnati was elected
irer. Toronto, Canada, was
chosen for the site of the next
biennial meeting of the UAHC.
forma i, the 0ni !*
try havinp i,.yit
* for ofC*>*
Feii. rated Jewish charities
opened its annual drive at the
Show Boat Sunday with Rabbi
Max Shapiro as principal speaker.
Jack Kapner, chairman of the
drive, presided.
B'nai B'rith has just com] |<
its weekly boat rides. Over 75
patients from the Naval hospital
participated weekly. Ri:
nents were served by the La
Auxiliary. B'nai B'rith is now
providing milk for underprivi-
legi '1 children at the public
schools.
group March 7. Mrs. Jack Kap-
ner and Joe H. Lesser have ac-
cepted the positions of advisor
and co-advisor. New members
of the group are Betty Dunn,
Marilyn Lee, Sarah Z. Ross,
Thelma Schwack and Lillian
if. Hannabelle Blui
was hostess at the social hour.
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Gerry Halpern. accompanied by
Mrs J. C. Adams, sing several
numbers. Mrs. Carl N. Herman,
program chairman, conducted a
character analysis game.
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IN PALESTINE IN 1946 WITH O.J.A. AID
f**..-30r~+
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The happinm written on the facet of thi refugee
liiiuly romo only once in lifetime. In few momenu
|hfv wilt debark from the lighter bringing them in to the
tkith port of Tel Aviv and touch the soil of the Jewish
Mitional Home. Through the United Jewish Appeal
Vmrriran Jewry rescued them from the devastation of
Europe Their transportation to Palestine was provided
bv thr Joint Distribution Committee. In Palestine, the
failed Palestine Appeal will retrain and settle them on,
Che land where they will help build more settlements for
jir sl^orDtinn of thousands of new immitxants in 1946.
The great majority of the surviving Jews of Europe look
to Palestine for the opportunity to rebuild their lives in.
security and freedom. Their hopes will be translated into
reality through the $100,000,000 campaign of the United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversea* Needs and Pales-
tineAmerican Jewry's unprecedented effort to save and
rebuild the lives of the remaining Jews of Europe through
the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement programs of th*
Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Ap-
peal and the National Refuxes Service.
\Y OUTLAW BIAS
N. Y. SCHOOLS
SEW YORK (JTA)Senator
liter J. Mahoney and Assem-
Iman Bernard Austin have an-
hnced the introduction in the
(to legislature of a bl-partisan
J which would make racial and
Igious discrimination by edu-
Honal institutions unlawful
subject violators to various
[laities and to the automatic
of tax exemptions,
the new proposal is based
eely on sociological and legal
(dies made by the American
pish Congress. As the legis-
Ure is scheduled to adjourn in
than three weeks, there ap-
prs to be little chance that the
can be adopted at this ses-
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PRAGUE (JTA)David Guzik,
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Committee in Poland, and Ger-
trude D. Pinsky, director of the
JDC for the Netherlands, were
killed this week in a plane crash
at the Prague airfield, it was an-
nounced here. Guzik was en
route from Paris to Warsaw. Miss
Pinsky was flying to Prague on
a special mission to bring relief
to Czechoslovakian Jews.
Mr. Guzik, 55 years old, was
the only one of three JDC direc-
tors in Poland to escape death
at the hands of the Nazis. He
carried out an heroic under-
ground relief program during
the years of Nazi occupation. A11Q
members of his family were kill-
ed by the Nazis, with the ex-
ception of one son who escaped
and found haven in Palestine.
Miss Pinsky, 37, of Cincinnati,
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of service with the JDC, holding
posts in South America and Eu-
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and came to the United States
at the age of seven.
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JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samutl J. Fox
(Copyright. 1945. J. T. A.)
QUESTION: What if MUha-
lach Monos?"
ANSWER: In the Book of Es-
ther is prescribed that the
JewJ celebrate Purim by send-
*
Between You m
By BORIS SMOLAH
Copyright. 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, i*
Me'
THE ZIONIST FRONT:
All is quiet on the Zionist front
in America. As long as the
American Inquiry committee is
conducting its hearings, very lit-
tle active work can be done in
Washington, or even in London.
All inquiries are met with the
reply: -Let's wait for the report
of the Inquiry committee."
Meanwhile officials in Wash-
ing are quietly watching develop-
man to his fellow- j ments m Palestine and the ne-
-------------- u i-g-iftj "everymanwn~ menis m r"--------------
im. March 17. Zionist week Will Deo mgg ^ eJtpressi0n for this act, gotia,i0ns which Emir Abdullah
Locally, next Friday has ^f "J*^101^ a"hc Bible is "
Beginning on Pur
SET it*, -p- *-
Time is of the
will go there, or
A number of reasons are ad-1 thp indcpendence of Transjordan.
ed for this custom, two of j It 1S on record that several years
which are most outstanding and j ag0 Em;r Abdullah condemned
numbers of our brethren succumb to the rigors (he scparation 0f Transjordan
remain -'sea' Germany, and to the despair that kills Funn, not llkl. other festi- \ttom Palestine. In a statement at
of life in the camps o ^^ home palestille. and they l,s 5uch M Passover. Pentecost. that tjme he jnvited the Jews of
die They have declared themselves and Tabarnacles Festivals such Paiegttae to come to Transjordan
f Zionist strength must be not have been|an(j -work together for the bene-
The vast untapped reservoir o
me vusi un re ,, e may save the sur- D to th
brought into v*^**^^"^ them a future o:
the calendar by the flt 0f our country."
pei
Our returning veterans are a -.
of them, reared I America, realized for the fit, *-**
of Jewish statelessness when they found their Euro-
meaning
^.iod when the A healed discussion on Pales-
vivors of Hitler's great pogrom, ana ^^ xedeem itorv of Esther occurred It is for tine took place this week in New
peace and human dignity in theu own la ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ bbor WM Y^k ^ a ,uncheon of the 0ver.
Israel from its 2.000 year exile ... c,ron,h Ma......... >'n ,hc holiday sea* PreM club The dlscussion
the major festivals were also I N(t)U, aU g Bntjsh corre,
, not applicable to this one. It was sponcj,.nt Hall was roundly criti-
pean brethren in German concentration camps i for n that the feature cized by all who participated in
It is altoqether littina that the week of Purim be dedicated f sendjng .,s .va? introduced' the discussion. Which goes to
to this areat campaign. 'Even as Esther, as Ahasuerus' queen. : ime e fea. show that American public opin-
to tnis great i.unij~y ___. r;ti7pns ... ; ion is not inclined to swallow
alone could save her people, we, as simple American c...zens. .,;.vs q| ^ festivals. I pro.Arab propaganda as easily as
with far greater power to save than hers, car. help save Israel Stj another reason is note-1 British diplomats think.
worthy. It is recorded that one Speaking of Palestine, we hear
of Hainan's criticisms of the Jews I that Mrs. Rose Jacobs, the only
to the King was that they were woman member of the executive
spread apart even among them- of the Jewish Agency, is soon to
selves. He inferred that Jews | proceed to Palestine in connec-
were at odds with each other and | lion with a constructive project,
presented no internal unity. It! on which she has been working
was :'c : tins reason that the cus- \ quietly. Abraham Friedman of
torn of sending gifts to each other : Palestine returned to Jerusalem
with far greater power ~c ......- -- .____
Esther risked her life: we have but to stand up and be counted.
STEPHEN S. WISE
Dr Stephen S. Wise will be 72 years young Sunday. It is
hard for those who have seen him in action to believe that he
has completed more than a half-century of service to the ewish
and the general American community, or that he will ever
qrow old.
Perhaps least known of all his many toles is that of teacher
oi spiritual and lay leaders for service in the Jewish community. o..s plotter, it is
He has fulfilled this function through the Jewish Institute of
Religion, of which he is founder, president and professor of
Practical Theology and Homiletics.
His unflagging zeal and energy have carried him from one
worthy cause to another, and his contributions to each have
been immeasurable. Dr. Wise has distinguished himself as
this week from New York where
he purchased several million dol-
lars worth of American products.
He spent about a year in this
country negotiating large ship-
ments to Palestine from the
United States. Canada and Bra-
'. ..s ordained on Purim. At the
nt when Jews proudly cele-
ite the downfall of the villain-
is most essential
i-nt to the world
of his claims.
There is no better way of show-
ing this than to have every Jewlzil. The Zionist Organization of
his fellow Jew a gift as a I America is now producing a
ki n of unity and friendship. [sound film of Dr. Abba Hillel
QUESTION: Why is it custom- j J"*" delivering an address on
I ary to use rariou, noisemakers problems cotK*B Palestine.
Zionist leader, supporter of good government and organized whenever ,he name o{ HwMn | ...
labor, champion of freedom and justice for allJews and non- is mentioned in the Megillah i COMMUNITY AFFAIRS:
Jews. He has won world-wide recognition as orator, scholcr, reading? Those interested in the attitude
writer, editor and educator. ANSWER: One line of think- 'f the American Jewish Congress
Each year it has been the pleasure of this community to '8 stems from the Midrashic in-! l"wjsnfth,el, *uu of perma-
, %:.;.. r ,v, ^_.;0 k.knif j ftllT terpretation of the Biblical pass- "en*> of thc American Jewish
have Dr. Wise as our guest. On this occasion, on behalf of our ., felot out ^ re_ j Conference, will learn much from
citizenry and an appreciative Jewry, we greet this venerable i | Amalek." There t lettcr l received from David
leader with the hope that he will continue to lead a cause that
needs him for many years to come.
MOVING FAST
In a significant action Wednesday evening, Miami's pioneer
congregation voted to move from its present location. This
step might be termed drastic as congregations do no*, just pick
and up leave. The site for the new Beth David buildings is
contemplated in the Southwest-Coral Way section. A house of
worship in that area will more fully serve the thickly populated
Jewish segment. Had Beth David decided to remain at its
present site, there would surely have been another syr.cgogue
was originally a custom of etch-
ing the name "Hainan," Which
s from "Amalek." on two
I and knocking them, against
tantly so that
the nami > in the
proo
'- uld write the
les of .:., ir shoes
t the nami p. the
floor i timi it v mentioned
n the i ng. I m this, the use
' Iving "drehers" or greg-
we have it todav
Petegrosky, executive director of
P"PP>- seeds are usually said to
symbolize the modesty of EstheY
in the court of the King. During
her first days before her election
as queen, Esther is said to have
eaten poppy seeds to hinder the
possibilities of the King choos-
ing her.
The dough is usually three-
cornered in shape. This is said
to represent the hat that Haman
nakers was wore. Others find in it the sym-
bol nf the three patriarchs.
' thei line of tl
in the proposed area. Beth David's plans and the promptness '[' '.,' '
with which they act will alone determine its success. .
On Thursday, the charter lor the Jewish hospital was sched- rot Sinct
uled to be signed. This will mark a momentous undertaking fi-;-' -;" '''
that will, upon completion, mecn much to the Jewish people JJfJJ thSTS*
and the community. The approval of the charter is merely the keej then inti in the serv-
beginning. There remains the organization, the fund raising. '.' ",r"i l0 aUow them to obliter-
construction, staffing. Under these classifications come much f1 Hainan physi-
, j mi i_ i n--cad of vcrballv.
work, time and energy before we will have the needed institu-
tion to be proud of.
And still making history is the fund raising of the Combined
Jewish Appeal. Success, we feel, is definitely assured. The
drive has reached a staggering figure for so young a commu-
nity which assumed its full share of responsibility to its local
needs and overseas brethren.
Moving fast and in a forward direction, Miami Jewrv now
has the opportunity to strengthen its immature foundation which
in nature years will be sufficiently strong and solid.
QUESTION: Why i, lt euitom.
on
y le eai "Hmn-T.hn
Purim?
ANSWER: It is not uncommon
to iind J,\Msh custom instituting
ZSV0* for spec,al cc*
Tashen"
-. Abra-
'iam. Isaac and Jacob. Others
connect it with the three-fold
blessing. The name "Haman-
lash is sometimes said to come
from the junction of two words,
Haman'' the name of the vil-
lain in the story of Purim, and
'ash the verb meaning to
auinple, destroy or weaken. The
o-kea delicacy would then sym-
bolize the destruction of Haman
[J virtue of its name as well as
the secret of the
the Congress. Here
grosky writes me- **4
_"Th. American J,^
- Jew's success,
the modesty of Esther and the
inheritance of the patriarchs.
Mny claim that the word
Haman-Tash" is a corruption of
he Jewish words "mon" mean-
er a fK"""u vta' c ^PP-1"' se'ds and "tosh"
the Haman-j meaning a pocket
i-snen are concerned there is' The rnrnvT er cont*lner-
a variety of opinions The% warw"?"Uon of th*s tw0
man-Tash" is usuallv V\ u J s would dually mean "
delicacy wh, I SLy. ?, baktd con,!"n" poppy seeds." which
delicacy which consists of dn,.h w u-k u r poppy seeds'" whlch
with popp^sel^ ^ iu?* ,he bak^ dehecy actu-
sUtlnB thai ,h, com.
*A
come a permanant or J
ndthatitatcep.^.
to include aU m^TJ
Uh conewn. At ciJ*
the leaden of th. w I
Jewiah Congxeu. bothT?
commilteeiandinth,^!
diieuuions. premd |J?
lution which would hn, J
fax beyond th. on. j?
adopted. Today, ^1
Congress tMd| t^M
wholeheartedly to fl^JJI
men! of a pernnBeaTIj
cralic JewUh body a CI
lea to speak and ia \
itelirely for the JnttX
muniiy of this countr,. J
ax* pledged to fuUnt CMaJ
lion with all oth.r ipZj
the creation of such i b*'|
It seems to me that this iJ
first clear-cut statement a J
subject ever made for pubba
by any of the leaders i\
American Jewish Congrea.

HUMAN RIGHTS:
Jewish organizations
out the world are now
forward towards the adopting
the United Nations 0r&
of an International Bill d |
man Rights following the i
lishment of a Commissioi i
Human Rights, in aa
with thc decisions of the!
Francisco conference. HkI
portance of such a Bill forf
protection of political den
is emphasized in "Political 1
construction," a very inti
and timely book by Karl I
stein, just published by ',
Ian. The author also drani
tention to the fact that |
must be made for the
ment of the terms of the 1
against a violating state or|
ernment. The author is ]
of political science and ,
dence at Amherst college, 1
at the present time in
with the legal division of I
S. section of the control j
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PERSONAL AFFAIRS:
An excellent exhibitke
paintings depicting life a
Dominican Republic is not
ing place in New York, at th
net Art gallery The artists
esto Lothar, a Jewish
from Vienna, who settled 1
Sosua colony in the Dons
Republic in 1941, and who
professor of art at the S
School of Fine Arts at'
Trujillo. The exhibition is *
ing wide-spread attention.
Lothar's second one-man
in the United States.
was held in Washington Itf
vember.
Mordecai Tamir, Pi
born architect, participated*
expert, in the selections
site of UNO's world
ters. Tamir was architect-"*
of the Palestine PaviUion
Paris World Exposition B
He is the only **&*L
designated "Laureate of M|
demic des Beaux Artsm )
a citation he received ini
his book "Les Expos.UB
nationalcs a traverse w
while he was in jail in Fr
underground activiues.
Louis J. Hosenberg,vi|
of the Detroit consular cw
decorated by the PJffl
ment for his services w
tion. Rosenberg has JJ,
nected with fowtgjgjj
years. President Th*J('
velt appointed hirn v- ,
at SevUle, Spain. JJj
he was consul *&
Brail. He is president
troit Philosophical ^
former president of the ^
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Hypnotist To Appear
At YPL Purim Dance
First annual Purim ball of the
Young Peoples' league will be
held at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Miss Judy Nelson will
be the featured vocalist with
Woody Lavine and his orchestra.
Jerry Acks will provide an ex-
hibition of mass hypnotism.
Other entertainers include Miss
Marian Cohen, Miss Shirley Ross
and several featured night club
entertainers.
Prizes, including nylon hose
and other attractive gifts will be
awarded. Committee members
for the Purim ball include Gil
Godley, Arlene Rose, Inez Schul-
man, Irving Gilbert, Miriam Leh-
man, Leila Rosenfeld, Shirley
Ross, Betty Mizrahi, Selma
Lewis, Jerome Meltz, Norma
Raskin, Elaine Gostel, Florence
Abramson, Al Schulman, Martin
Rund, Morris Gulkin, Lillian
mG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE officers ore making arrangements [^SS^STcsrl W.^
lir Purim dance Sunday evening. Left to right, Jerome Tickets may be obtained at
president; Eelma Lewis, vice president; Roselyn Kivel, tne door or by canjng Miss Ar-
sponding secretary. Second row. Gershc-
and Norma Raskin, membership secretary
HUBERMAN TO APPEAR
EN ROUTE TO HAVANA
fieir
Second row. Gershon Miller, treas- lene Rose at 5-1682. Admission is
$1.50 per person, $2.50 a couple.
Cross Chairman
Lks Volunteers
Lports on the first 15 days of
e county's Red Cross drive
|40",00U will be made by di-
in leaders at a luncheon at
today in the Seven Seas

Announces Candidacy
H. E. Moore, who has traveled
through Florida as an auditor for
the State Auditing department,
announced this week that he
would be a candidate for State
Railroad commissioner in Group


Burant, according to H H.
nan. chairman. The drive
continue through the month.
olunleers are still needed in
|e residential areas to assist
the house-to-house canvass,
aid.
^TES LISTED FOR
UM. PASSOVER
I, subject to the Democratic pri-
maries next May.
Moore, whose home is Talla-
hassee, will seek the commission
membership made vacant by the
retirement of Eugene S. Mat-
thews, sr.. who announced re-
cently that he would not seek
reelection. ____
The Festival of Purim will
celebrated in Greater Mi-
ni Houses of Worship Saiur-
iy evening and Sunday
Horning with the traditional
tading of the Megillah (con-
K' P9e IS).
Masquerades, Purim spiels
od carnivals haye been sched-
uled for the next few days by
"eligious school* and organi-
aiions.
First Seder of Passover will
observed Monday evening,
M>nl 15. The holiday will
"tend through April 23.
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Garden clubs, florists, and hor-
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American ited Cross camp and
hospital councils have kept army,
navy, and veterans' hospitals sup-
plied with flowers, plants, end
landscaping material. In one in-
stance. 40,000 daffodils were sent
by chamber of commerce members
of Tacoma, Sumner. and Puyallup,
Washington, to hospitals in the
vicinity served by the Northwest
Camp and Hospital Council.
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committee as a special event in
addition to its annual series.
Tickets are available at the Town
and Beach Ys, the Bureau of
Jewish Education and several
stores in Miami and Miami
Beach.
Rainbow Corner
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CIs come in and out of the Rain-
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busiest spot in Paris. Every 24
hours they put away 10,000 soft
drinks, 7,000 cups of coffee, and
27,000 doughnuts. Dances are
held at the club every night and
four afternoons a week.
En route to Havana, Bronislaw
Huberman, founder and con-
ductor of the Palestine Sym-
phony orchestra, will appear in
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Weizman Pleads for Jewish Home .....
-------------- .. ltaIl| wanted to get someth ng outic
Jewish state. By a Jewish ^^ .. won Aske
m mean Jewish soil. Jew- whether in view of the Mult
ish labor, a Jewish economy. rec()rd Arab Hign
.wish schools, language and cut- ^ eommitXee sUil felt that
re. We also mean Jewish ^ lhe C0|
We mean complete m- -^ ^ Husseini said: V
he believed that a Jewish state
should be established now Weiz-
man said:
'No. What I want is the
tion of the White Tape:- and the
beginning of immigration and
settlement. I want to bring ::
maximum number of
Jews during a transiti<
eventually leading to a Jewish
state, after a Jewish ma
has been realized."
Weiimann Corrects Testimony
Weizmann is sending the
mittee a correction of part of his
testimony at the commit)
ings last Friday, it i> reliably re-
ported luie
Replying to a question as to
whether he endorsed President
Truman's proposal for thi
mediate admission of 100.000
European Jews to Palestine this
year. Weizmann said, "yes," but
asserted that it was n I necessary'
this year. He apparently tl
the questioner meant the
sion of 100.000 Jewish children,
which the Agency has been re-
questing all along. T
tion. which will probably be
turned over to tl
mittee today, will make clear
WVizmann's views that the 100.-
000 immigration ci I ask-
ed by President Truman should
be granted, and thi t it is ] >>ible
for Palestine to abs I num-
ber now.
A clear-cut pictun : Zionist
aims was pi..- Monday to
the Anglo American I.-.
i :- mittee by David Ben-Guri
chainnas of the Jewish A.
executive, in a two-hour report
in which he emphasized that
Zionist leadership will not
Jewish schools, language and cul-
u:
>'..:
.:, pendence.
As far as the Jews are con-
cerned, the British troops can
leave Pa!) si i n ', '" '
mmit"
tee. "We -an take care of our-
selves," he explained, adding
"the British troops are hi it
- ns into which 1
n t want to delve."
Charging that the war was a
Ji wish war," and assi rtmg that
. was not on: ei
and. I we had no inter-
est in I Husseini,
ie Palestine Arab
party, pened the Palestine
re the Ai
liry committi
Husseini, wl
permitted to return to Palestine.
after 1 ing been exiled for nine ,
years for anti-British and anti-
J v...-:. : .. tivitii 5, said
main Arab demands
ere:
1. An independent Palestine
under Arab rule.
2. Abrogation of the Palestine
Mandate.
3. Abandonment of Zionist
aims.
4. S1 11 age of all Jewish im-
'.: n.
Husseini ran into difficulties
Itr he began his testi-
when he stated that the
place to which he could escape.
', a,,egcd that the Mufti did not
q, ins, but oniy
something out ol
d
's
igh-
.tlee still felt thai
the
Kennel Owners Vie
For Biscayne Purses
e to ti
I
in the Four Freedoms
o in the fight ag
I' "
sell '
felt that in thi I > the
Zionists, it would best servi
interests of the Palestin.
If wuh Hitler. How

H

u :<< stands by idli Ol
i him. does nol
ell of me'."
In reply Husseini then
ed that Germans
een I
od. "I'v< read that it
was a Jewish war anyway."
Tv.
, Angl A .^n Inquirj
I of threi
; Arabia
[i : s-. ia nd Lebanon.
H and Leslie Hood,
i British and Ai
of thi
than 50 journalists representing '
the press of all n itions I the
world wei I the con-1
ference.
The Angl Ai i rican Inquiry I
comn." :r the J
and other n ns I Pal-
estine which would be included i
Biscayne Kennel swings into
its third history-making weck-
: greyhound racing for the
it 80 night meeting tonight
with the regular 10 race card at
B p m.
A keen race between kennel
owners for the honor of being
iding purse winner of the
ng continues. The Fleet
kennels are maintaining a
: edgi as the star of that
string, Light Roll, annexed three
dan Valley Authority, modeled
on the American Tennessee Val-
ley Authority.
>AY, MA^J
major victories and
in his Initial four !!* **|
Chief chalks are
hound racers of the CM M
Blair Kennels, those o^f
J- Ryan Kennels. a ^N
rounded pack owned anA**
bv Paul SutherTadndand^
place edge possibly uJ**]
Ryan string as their ?*
Buzz, has become chwiA?
ger to Light Rol, e ft
supremacy. l"e ^
However, during th, _
week. J. W. Ewalt'in "M
Dan, which won th *^\
Flag.er Derby. T'*\
Biscayne as well as the 1
ast summers Hollywl^
ing. Another Pal. Both 0,H
loom as stern challeng *
the first-division racers. '
Arabs in Palestine "find them-
selves deprived of their chief n the pro] ,-dermilk plan
leader, the Grand Mufti, for : irrigation and devel pi ent
whom they cannot accept any "f h>":: '"i power, it is re-
re- substitute ported here. However, the time
nounce its claim to the establish- Questi m I by Richard Cross- ,' and places to be inspected have
ment of a Jewish commonwealth man concerning the Mufti's col- '' not .vot been fixed.
ln..^aleit:no\, laboration with the Nazis. Hues- Meanwhile. Emanuel Neumann.I
3^n V I that the Mufti fled to chairman of the Commission for;
">ur aim is a Germany because it was the only ( Palestine Surveys, John B. Hays,'
.ef engineer for the commis-
sion, and John Savage, consult-
ing engineer, have arrived to'
; resent to the inquiry committee
the commission's plans for a Jor- I
"is not a majority. O
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
presents
BRONISLAW
HUBERMAN
VIOLINIST
Founder and Conductor of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra
Saturday- March 23, 1946 8:30 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. 1420 DREXEL AVE.
Admission: SI.80 (Tax Incl.)
Is67es AwailStles,1: mMpWH^ UnCOln Rad-YM&WHA.
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SISTERHOOD OF THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
Tuesday, March 19, 1946 8:00 P. M.
IN A GALA PURIM CONCERT AT
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PAGE NINE
CHAPLAIN ZWITMAN RETURNS
newsletter:
lelp Manilans
Id Synagogue
la the second news-
Ifrom Chaplain Colman
Kman, rabbi on leave
EU brad, relating
leriences in Manila.)
the frying pan into the
the phrase that most
Jewish residents use to
their situation in the
Baying decade. "We ran
0m Germany, from a con-
on camp and we thought
safety. But when we
, the Philippines in 1940,
1000 miles, we only had a
kathinR spell, because the
Lc came lure in 1941 and
[e in trouble again."
iy-eight per cent of the
[people in the Islands live
Ha, capital of Luzon. The Expected to return to his pulpit at Temple Israel in the near
\v of the thousand Jewish future is Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman, who has been serving
at present in Manila in Manila. He and three other graduates of the Jewish Insti-
rman refugees who came tule 0f Religion are pictured in New York being greeted by Dr.
nee Hitler's rise to power. Stephen S. Wise, founder and president, on their return from
are about 50 Jewish lam- 8ervice QS chaplains. Left to right: Chaplain Wendell A. Phil-
E, ST thereto WH and UPS' Chaplain Aryeh Lev, Dr. Wise, Chaplain Zwitman, Chap-
fealso about 15 Spanish lain Sidney I. Goldstein. Dr. and Mrs. Wise are now visiting
ffamilies in Manila. in Miami_______________________________________________________
in the pattern of Ameri-
CENTER RE-ELECTS
FORMER OFFICERS
Full slate of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center officers were re-
elected at a congregation meet-
ing Monday night. Alfred Stone
was also named a vice president
in accordance with a recent
amendment increasing the num-
ber of vice presidents to three.
In addition to Mr. Stone, of-
ficers are Samuel Friedland,
president; Herman Berk and
Joseph M. Rose, vice presidents;
Harry Sirkin, treasurer; Archie
Brick, recording secretary, and
Henry B. Ungerleider, financial
secretary.
Eleven new directors were
named. They are Benjamin Ap-
pel, William I. Feuer, Nat H.
Hankoff, Bernard Ordover, A.
Selevan and Matthew Silverstein.o
for one year, and J. M. Bachrach,
Harry Bodenstein, Bernard S.
Foiner. Abraham Goodman and
Alex Sussman, for three years.
Mr. Stone, chairman of the
architectural committee for the
new Center building, presented
a detailed account of proposed
plans.
irry the Spanish Jews came
Ben the Germans and Bu-
llish and Russian Jews,
he process is reversed.
jimunity leaders and old
aie the Russian and Polish
nd the rest are the new-
and refugees. The other
with the exception of a
Irish families in Cebu and
Mindanao, have no Jew-
Idents.
life of the Jewish commu-
Manila centered ar.aind
fc, beautiful Temple Emil,
in 1924. Bachrach hall,
(wish community center,
mpleted in 1940. It housed
ool rooms and social hall,
hidings were both named
^oiy df Emil Bachrach who
he largest contribution to
|8g0gue project.
the Japanese came, their
ty of religion, which was
pf then- department of
anda. did not interfere
he religious affairs of the
The Japanese were try-
create the impression that
frcre working for the in-
lof the Philippines. They
panted the Philippines
nee and set up a
ndent government.
|herefore, gave supervised
rights to churches and
gogue.
ng months of 1944,
alized their doom
in their program of de-
They used the syna-
1 a place for storage of
fition and blew up the
"when they left Manila.
W buildings are usual
Manila. In fact, there's
| a building left intact in
but many of us realized
Ipnagogue is more than a
It is the center around
pe Jewish community can
WO. So, in November,
_thc seventh anniversary
Hollywood to Dedicate
New Center on Purim
committee consists of the orig-
inal group and Julius Harris,
Jacob Gold, Nelson Elsasser,
David Feldman, Hayman Tell-
Purim will be an especially i man, Morris C. Klein and Max
Young.
The Center group is active in
. civic programs and when the
Jewish Community Center will j Navy took over the Hollywood
be dedicated "to the enoblement i Beacch hotel and Riverside Mili-
joyous occasion in Hollywood,
for at 3 p.m. Sunday the new
of youth, the brotherhood of man
and the betterment of the com-
munity." Services will be held
at the Center grounds. Polk st.
between 20th and 21st aves.,
which were donated by Martin
Wohl.
Plans for the Center were | _
made in 1941 by a group headed Bill Ol Rights Is Topic
by Harry Finkelstein, David 1 ---------
Fensterheim, Samuel Zaconick, "A nv International Bill of
but construction was delayed un-1 Rights" is the next-to-last sub-
til wartime restrictions
tary academy in 1943, the organi-
zation undertook to entertain the
sailors. Their first step was a
blackout dance on the main
street of Hollywood where re-
freshments were served to over
1,000 servicemen.
lifted. The present
were
building
of Nazi destruction of synagogues,
we started the synagogue drive.
The fund was presented by Lt.
Gen William D. Styer, American
commanding general of this the-
atre. When I invited the gen-
eral to attend, he said he had a
previous engagement which he
cancelled because of the great
honor he deemed it to make the
fund presentation for the syna-
gogue as a memorial to Ameri-
can servicemen.
jeet on the Miami Beach Jewish
Center's adult education insti-
tute. The forum will be pre-
sented next Wednesday at 9 p.m.
with Francis P. Locke, Miami
Daily News editor, and Dr. Jesse
Spircr, University of Miami soci-
ology professor, as principle
speakers. Judge Joseph Berman
will be moderator.
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Dancing classes will be re-
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has been engaged as dancing in-
structor for the classes which
meet on Monday and Thursday
afternoons.
Miss McKay also teaches at the
Beach Y on Thursday evenings
and Friday afternoons and at the
Normandy Isle school Friday eve-
nings.
The Harper prize novel,
"Wasteland," will be reviewed
by Mrs. Alfred Mamlet for the
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue.
The story, written by Jo Sin-
clair, deals with the psychoana-
lysis of a Jew whose maladjust-
ment stems from his attempt to
conceal his religion and back-
ground in his professional life.
Legion Has Birthday
Twenty-seventh anniversary of
the American Legion will be cele-
brated by the Miami Beach post
No. 85 at 1828 Alton dd. at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday. Music, entertain-
ment, refreshments (including a
birthday cake) will follow a
short business meeting.
Veterans and their friends
have been invited by Lawrence
E. Hoffman, chairman.
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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR NAZI VICTIMS
vruptlONAl THIRAPV for former inmotei of conceMrotion compi a
H..c draw". "" -..merle, of A..h_i.a by J.... M.Mjj.
MM J- who "... .h. .op join., of hi, nn..r, by fro,.t... "M *
lag o forcd march from Au,hwi. .o Mou.hou.on. Oil
y Bowling League
Honors Top Scorers
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has been
appointed lo the social serv1Ce
committee of the State Welfare
board by Miss Marie Anderson,
chairman.
Sta:- bowlers I I : '' Y
were horn 'ected
at the semi-annual team
tion of the Bowlinj i
day night at thi Y. Al B
witz was elected I i
Al K. isi tary
Selected as i ''>:v
Sam Seitlin, Hy Oren, Marty
. S
Ya| he, J B<......'' Hy
Kay.
Awards le to Joe Le-
blan.c and Marty Miles for the
highest ><:. Larry Gi ss
highest gi Si itlin. bond
tournament winner.
Also h : d was the cham-
pionship team, the Floridians.
consisting of Barney Yaphe, cap-
tain, and Sol Weinkle, Nat Blum-
1, San- Neufeld, Je>e Wi in-
stock and Sam Karns. Abe Berk-
owitz's Supermen and G
Rachlin's R a n g e r s red
awards as s< cond and third place
teams.
With 71 members, the six-y< ai -
old leagui found it i
to divide the weekly bowling into
two shiftsat T 30 and 9:30 p.m.
everj M n lay a; thi Palaci
Bowl Fourteen
rg inized.
Milton A. Friedman, chairman
of thi V thlel mmittei |
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Was Jewish Leader
NEW YORK iJT.VGi
Medalie. Ass [ thi
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outstanding Jewish lei
here this week. He was b2.
Born on New Yi rk's E st Side..
the son of a rabbi. Medalit
to prominence as an atl rney,
public official. Jewish li
and philanthropist. He was presi-
dent of the N\\v York Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies,
one of the active lead) rs of the
American Jewish committee, the
Joint Distribution committee, the
Y.M.H.A. and. at one timi.
the American Jewish Congress
He also held important posts in
legal societies at various I
including the chairmanship of
the New York Bar association.
In 1932 he ran on the Republican
party ticket for United States
Senator from New York, while
holding the position of U. S.
Attorney.
Judge Medalie was named to
the New York Court of Appeals,
the state's highest, last Septem-
ber, by Gov. Dewey whose politi-
cal mentor he had been for many
years. Prior to this appointment.
Medalie devoted much time, in
his capacity as chairman of the
foreign affairs committee of the
American Jewish Congress, to
seeking guarantees of civil rights
for liberated Jews in Europe.
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MARCH 15.1946_
+JewlsHhrl PAGE ELEVEN
HE MAIL BOX .
ltor: j th
L many friends and oth-
really want to know,
. polemical purposes, but
bflcation, pennit me to
few sentences from the
American theologian,
Lufman Kohler, former
[t of the Hebrew Union
and from the greatest
phUosopher we had in
luntry, Dr. David Neu-
0nii(r professor of philos-
the Hebrew Union col-
Johler was an anti-Zionist,
en he spoke as a scholar,
Jewish Theology," the
book on the subject in
fguane. he said as follows:
creed is a condilio sin*
of the Christian Church.
believe its dogmas is to
Itself loose from member-
Judaism is quite different,
u is born into it and can-
ficate himself even by the
Ltiori i I Ins faith, which
[but rendei him an apos-
fcw. Tins condition exists,
the racial community
I, and still forms, the basis
religious community. It
not confession, that im-
lin the Jew the obligation
Ik and strive for the eternal
of Israel, for the preser-
| and propagation of which
been chosen by the God
lory."
truth of the matter is
ke aim and end of Judaism
so much the salvation of
in tlfe hereafter as the
on of humanity in his-
now from Dr. David Neu-
|quoted from his article on
m Jews and Nationalism."
in Jewish Philosophy.)
conclusion: I am ready to
le to many of those who
f: my view of the situ-
|that they are sincere in
onviction, and to give the
of the doubt to others,
beolly think that the con-
py between religious lib-
and nationalism in Juda-
largely a controversy of
and not one of principles
. No Jew who adheres to his
faith, in any form, orthodox or
reform, can rightly be termed
anti-nationalist, even though he
may protect his anti-nationalism
ever so loudly The idea in
vogue that there is a difference
in principle between reform
Judaism and Jewish nationalism
is the product of confusion and
distortion confusion of ideas
and distortion of language to be
laid at the doors of both sides
to the noisy and superficial con-
troversy."
Dear editor, please find space
in your valuable paper for these
two very important quotations.
They are written not for the pur-
pose of polemics but for those
who really wish to know what
the thinkers in Judaism had to
say when I first entered the field
some 35 years ago.
Very respectfully,
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN.
Author to Be Guest
At Donor Dinner
Marie Sirkln, lecturer, author
and teacher recently returned
from Palestine, will fly from New
to be guest speaker at the sev-
enth annual donor dinner of the
Greater Miami Pioneer Wom-
en's Organizations March 25 at
Lilley's restaurant.
Visiting Pioneer members and
friends have been requested to
contact Mrs. I. Shapoff, 4-4034;
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 2-3947, or
Mrs. Gertrude Faber, 58-2246, for
reservations, as seating capacity
is limited.
Program for the affair, which
will include musical and dance
selections, is under the direction
of Mrs. Max Shapiro.
Clark Would Protect
Minority Rights
WASHINGTON (JTA)Attor-
ney General Tom C. Clark has
issued a directive to all United
States attorneys to protect the
civil rights of minorities "to the
full extent and intent of the Con-
stitution and of statutory pro-
visions.'"
Pointing out increasing symp-
toms of intolerance, the Attorney
General instructed that the at-
torneys "devote special atten-
tion and investigation to protec-
tion of all Americans in their
civil liberties, regardless of race
or color."
Civil rights of minorities in
this country were never under
greater threat than at this time,"
he said. "It is my purpose to
protect human rights and civil
liberties, wherever they are in-
fringed, to the full extent and
intent of the Constitution and of
statutory provisions."
ELDERLY WOMAN
Would like a mom in private
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Box 2973 Miami, Florida
M Concerts Set
Jewish Music
fee concerts of Jewish music
propositions by Jews will be
wed by the Jewish Cultural
fttee March 24, 30 and 31.
artists will be Mrs. Leo
Iman. mezzo-soprano; Leon
per, pianist, and Gerard
(cellist.
first event will be held
Miami Y March 24. Ben
chan man of the Y's adult
|ties committee, will speak
"History, Origin and De-
nent of Jewish Music." The
will be preceded by a
Renual meeting and follow
a social hour with Mrs.
Lavine, Mrs. Maurice
and Mrs. Lil Rosengarten
tesses.
[March 30. the trio of ar-
*"'l appear at the Beach Y
Jarch 31 they will perform
Normandy Isle school.
inocrat To Speak
ph Herring, of Detroit, au-
fd speaker on Technoc-
IW'II deliver an address
|nf .ueilce RcP>"ts on the
lf the Nation" at the Spin-
Jrum, 1059 Collins ave., at
tomorrow.
I engineer and author, he
No. speak at the Miami
JJjnity Forum, 1616 Brickel
linis evening.
Vies H. Lee will give the
n a series of lectures on
I Sconce of the Universe"
=>Pinoza Rorum Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman,
formerly of Baltimore. Md, have
purchased the Southgate apart-
ment house, 1410 Euclid ave., and
will take occupancy May 1.
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PAGE TWELVE
Torahforl D. C. Religion* Progra
m
Ttlantan TO LEAD
JDA FUND CAMPAIGN
Do,
A

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5 To Represent Emanon
In Bowling Tourney
C :
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Parents of Miami Y Cub Scouts
have been called to attend a re-
organization meeting 7:30 p.m.
Monday by Howard Lavine. Cub
master.
Y
II
Contribulinc to .he Joinl DUlribulloi. Commiifert drlvr for relliiou.
-Hid" '.....^ '"' "' I......'' '".....^"w. SnSrf
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tRopicaTtJ^
GOVEHNOR'?1
"r witn the running
honor of the state", .J"
Uw- is the ,Cj
tlm-e-y,,, -..ids and ,*}
"Cher sprint race for ?H
onhisd.v.sioneverh.a
fered in Hoi-Ma **J 1
"e highest ouattj
Second ,n miportaZTl
main event ,s the ItSJBJ
Leon handicap, a mik.?!
teenth test hm.tedtfij
ods. Judgmg from Sj
dications, several kyJJ
Derby candidates willL.
a publn- trial ln tha Jd
notably n,ch Shine *J
miral and Mist 0' Gold.
Miamians Have Chance
To Air Tax Views
RADER ENDS SERVICE
Youth to Hear Kusworm
to air l '
true, n i
First Lt. William Rader has

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*.v struci n i -- ,tu m lllv '>
I that youth |
24 ..... :
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; ;,< i : ,iin.
. am.
Mr. K
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'" Mr K
first I : hotel
ommei i I pped Irom (
n industry ai
: : Lai I
tax revision. ferred to the transportation
to the hear- .H led Dutcl :
ing : I '.'. N G
Snyder, execul eel ; B'ril
at P. O. Box 149
mittei
. t the Youl

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He
Klass to Participate
In Youth Conference
.....* I : A els
Offer Literary Awards
I >;.. for ____
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Sunday to pan p studied art. ]
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Harry Projector, vice
Gov. Mill
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Dr. Wassell to Speak
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: I mth a different gue^jp^aker^i
Dr. C M v.
heroisn
m ..-. .-.
on
Nev
this evening.
Dr. Wassell
pearance under tl i
the Dade County Trei
resentatives i
American R Included in the |
be the presentation of 80 h n
ary payroll savin] tations 1
individuals and who
aided the war finance program
president of the Washington. D. -
C Zlom.1 district gave his per-
sonal views of the Washington
to
uth
CZECH JEWS MOURN
NEW YORK
Thursday was observed by
Czechoslovak Jews throughout
the world as a day of mourning
and prayer in commemoration ol
the day, two years ago. when
3.8G0 Czechoslovak Jews, includ-
ing 900 children, were gassed and
cremated en masse by the Nazis.
The tragedy occurred in the
camps of Oswiecim and Birkenau
which contained 10,000 prisoners
from which all Czechoslovaks
were selected and removed to a
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in the camps were similarly mur-
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+Jewish thrldton
PAGE THIRTEEN
ORY HOUR FOR REFUGEES

*
dr^**
Hidren are among the more than 100 Jewish refugees
the Free Port" at Oswego. N Y who have been
ig at the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Society
?g) for the past three weeks They will remain until
can make arrangements to Join relatives.
Arabs Entered
istine Illegally
HJSALEM (J T A) There
present more than 10,000
in Palestine who entered
tuntry illegally, an official
nment estimate has re-
Most of these illegal
grants are concentrated in
Saifa district, the govern-
I said.
Hebrew press'and Jewish
fs this week protested the
of British military au-
lios to allow male settlers
[nearby colonies to replace,
warily, the men of the col-
' Biriya, who were arrested
irins an alleged attempt on
^rab Legion camp in th*
ty of the colony.
officer commanding the
iei district allowed 20 set-
1 from neighboring villages
Jrk in Biriya during the day,
hey were compelled to re-
their homes at nightfall,
pg the colony without pro-
puss also reported that
Bomerville, assistant district
kissioner in the Nazareth
has been advising Arabs
i sell lands to Jews. Somer-
qiioted as declaring at an
in of Arab lands, which
purchased by the Jewish
|nal Fund, that "I cannot
rehend how you tolerate the
|fcr of Arab land to Jews."
leer Women Hold
, Tag Collection
NOTED POET TO SPEAK
AT ALLIANCE FESTIVAL
J. J. Schwartz, noted poet,
will be guest speaker at the
Purim festival of the Jewish Na-
tional Workers' alliance Monday
evening at the Beach Y. Cantor
A. Friedman will sing holiday
melodies and Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov, pianist, will play Jewish
folk songs.
A humorous reading will be
given by Manya Shubov, special-
ist in Sholom Aleichem mono-
logues. The program has been
prepared by A. Shubov, cultural
committee chairman.
A number of Chaverim from
out of town will be guests. They
include Feigel Birkenblith, Miri-
am Gingold, Mr. Wexler and
Mr. Weinger. The festival is open
to the public.
JDC HELPS POSTMAN
Fifty thousand letters from
homeless Jews in the displaced
persons camps of Germany and
Austria addressed to relatives
abroad have passed through the
Paris message center of the Joint
Distribution committee since it
opened last October as the first
formal communication system for
displaced Jews in Europe.
Obituaries
K; .,..Ki Beach hotel's
Btion room will be open to
it Miami Pioneer Women's
[tizations for a combined
Shabbat and Purim cele-
pn 8 |, in. Saturday. Mem-
land hands have been in-
to attend without charge,
ay refreshment! will be
nual Purim tag day collec-
I will be made by the Pion-
Iroups from Friday through
Pay for the benefit of the
prut m Palestine, Mrs. Hen-
Teulin announces.
rERHOOD TO MEET
,:; ndment to its by-laws
* discussed by the Beth
Sisterhood at a meeting 2
|Wednesday. Mrs. Max Sha-
arranging a program for
Afternoon.
peases for the social hour
Pe the Mesdaes Isidor Co-
Joe Feingold, Isaac Rosen-
and Isidor Fein.
Photograph Members
pvidual pictures of Balti-
c'ub members will be tak-
1 a meeting 8 p.m. Thursday
mple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Kronish will address the
Those present will be
charter members, accord-
' Meyer Teigman, secretary.
KUGEL
Funeral services for Dr. Mau-
rice A. Kugel, 46, were held Mon-
day afternoon at Riverside Me-
morial chapel, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. A heart
specialist and author of several
books on heart disease. Dr.
Kugel died early Saturday morn-
ing of a heart ailment suffered
in an Alton rd. restaurant.
Before coming here from New York
illy nine years ago. Dr. Kugel was
on the staffs of Ml. Slnul and Heth
Israel hospitals. Soon after moving
to Miami Beach, he Joined the St.
Francis hospital staff and made his
home at 1700 Meridian ave.
A veteran of World War I, he was
surgeon for the Miami Heach post of
American Lesion, past president of
the Miami Heart association and at-
tending physician at the Children's
Cardiac home. He was a board mem-
ber of the Miami lieach Zionist dis-
trict and n member of the. Miami
llcach Klks lodge, the Miami Heach
Civic league, It'nal H'rith and Miami
Beach Anglers.
Survivors are his widow. Mrs. An-
nie l..i:n ;. Kugel, three brothers nnd
two slaters. Uurlal was in lit Nebo
cemetery.
BAIRD
Samuel Balrd, 67. died Tuesday at
home. 245>* N. W. Third st. He came
from New York city six years ago and
leaves his wife. Mrs. Zelda Hnird.
three sons and a daughter. The body
was sent to New York by Palmer
Funeral home.
RAIDMAN
Bernard U Kaldman, 42. <>f <
N. \V Third ave, died Sunday In
Chicago while on a business trip, a
resident of Miami for over M years,
he Is survived by his widow. MM.
IVarl Raldman. and his father. Ix>uis
Rnidman. of Miami, and three sisters.
Burial was In Chicago.
SERVICE
Lawrence E. Singer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, 1822
S. W. 12th ave., has been pro-
moted to first lieutenant while
serving with the 3552nd Ord-
nance Medium Automotive Main-
tenance company in northern
Luzon, Philippine*.
Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Fla. Regional Director, ADL
To attain equal rights has been
a goal of mankind throughout
the ages. Thomas Jefferson was
impelled to urge the adoption of
the first ten amendments to the
Constitution, commonly referred
to as the Bill of Rights, in order
to assure equal rights to all free
people.
Equality has been the driving
force behind the democratic
movement and is inextricably
interwoven into our pattern of
government.
More and more, thinking men
have clearly realized that democ-
racy cannot long maintain equal-
ity in government and, at the
same time, permit discrimination
to exist, whether such discrimi-
nation be with regard to admis-
sion to a public supported uni-
versity, or employment, or in the
economic field generally.
A short time ago our attention
was called to a form used by a
credit agency in Miami. Among
the questions asked under the
general heading of "Identity" was
"What is his racial descent?
(Answer, Anglo-Saxon, Greek,
Hebrew, Negro, etc.)." In con-
sultation with the director of the
credit agency, we learned that he
had nothing to do with the in-
clusion of the question, but that
the Federal Housing administra-
tion, in seeking information on
individuals desiring to build
homes, had provided the ques-
tionnaire to be filled out by
credit reporting agencies.
The question, said the credit
agency representative, was of no
value in terms of revealing credit
information. Whether one is a
Greek American, Italian Ameri-
can, or German American, or
whether a Catholic, Protestant
or Jew, gives no clue whatsoever
as to financial risk.
Representations were then
made directly to the FHA, it be-
ing pointed out that the question
had no bearing upon the desira-
bility of a prospective tenant and
that queries of this nature should
be avoided because of their dis-
criminatory implications. The
FHA has now discontinued the
racial inquiry from its credit
form. This has been in conform-
ity with a growing trend among
agencies, both public and private,
to drop unnecessary questions
which lend themselves to dis-
criminatory abuse.
The Federal Civil Service com-
mission several months ago
paved the way for the elimina-
Noted Clergymen to Outline
Religion's Role in World Peace
Three of the four lecturers who
will speak in a lecture series on
"The Role of Religion in World
Peace" have been announced by
Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, Flor-
ida director of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
The conference is sponsoring the
series with the University of Mi-
ami, and each of the lectures will
be given at 8 p.m. in the Uni-
versity theater.
Speakers will be Dr. Everett
R. Clinchy, national president of
the conference, who will appear
on March 19; Rabbi Israel Gold-
stein of New York's Congrega-
tion B'nai Jeshurun, March 22;
and Dr. Charles A. Hart of the
Catholic University of America
in Washington. April 1. The
speaker for April 8 remains to
be chosen.
A former president of the
Synagogue Council of America
and the Zionist Organization of
America, Rabbi Goldstein, is a
public representative in the U.S.
Department of Labor Wages and
Hours division. He is the author
of "A Century of Judaism in
New York" and "Toward a Solu-
tion," and also contributes to the
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of unnecessary questions with
discriminatory implications. A
few colleges have followed suit,
but their number is still small
compared with those including
questions of descent and religion.
We will attain the true con-
cept of democratic living only
when discriminatory and exclu-
sionary practices are eliminated.
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ican Junior Red Cross members
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PhiEpHonors Judge Rosenman
SHOLEM BRIEFS
By J. Bernard Spector
NEW YORK.Civilization will
survive the atomic age only
through education for interns-
national understanding. Judge
Samuel I. Rosenman, special
counsel to President Truman and
the late President Roosevelt, de-
clared at a dinner in his honor
by the New York Alumni associ-
ation of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The purpose of the dinner was
the presentation to Judge Rosen- !
man of the fraternity's 1943 Na-
tional Service Award. A mem-
ber of the national college fra-
ternity since his undergraduate
days at Columbia unlvi
Judge Rosenman is the eleventh
recipient of the award, which Is
made annually for "the finest
contribution to the essential Jew-
ish life of America."
Judge Rosenman quoted the
following 'farewell message of
warning" from an undeliven
speech which President Roose-
velt, knowing the atomic bomb
was in the making, prepared just
before he dud last April:
"Today we are faced with the
preeminent fact that, if en
tion is to survive, we must culti-'
vate tlie scienci ( '...: n
tionshipsthe ability of all peo-
ples, of all kinds, t live I -ether
and work together, in I
world, at peace."
Terming the United Nations
Organization the "01
we have, Judge Rosenman call-
Congratulations are being offered to Judge Samuel L Rosen
man (center', for winning the 1945 National Service Aard oi
?h?Epsuon Pi fraternity by Dr. Jonah B. Wise (left) and Jacob K.
M'ller (right!, grand superior of Ihejrater:. ...
" I
Spalding to Appear
At U. of M. Concert
UNVEILING
American-born concert violin-
si All I S] aiding, will be .
artist with the University of
Miami S y m p h o n y orchestra,
.: si A conducting on
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and Monday
at 8:30 p m. in the Miami Senior
lil num.
who was born in
edforag,: nation to Q n playing I
make it work, despite "growing
pains and peri Is I ::pro-
." The Re'.- Dr. J nah B.
Wi ;. ternity member and r-
m< r recipient of thi
the presentation of thi .....rd.
Busy Week End Set
For Kenneth Myers
Kenneth M. Myers, n : Mr.
and Mrs. Star,:..:. C. Myers, will
have a busy ating
: mitzva.
Th:; : inj. grand
ents. Mr. and M il Myi
i and Mr. and Mrs. M. Sch
will be hosts at the social hour
following services at Beth David.
Kenneth will become bar n itz-
va at the synagogue tomorrow
:' seven At 14 he
a, s | m the Bologna
Musi with
eived since
rt, and s :. aft( I wards he
it at thi Chatelet
. th Adelina Patti.
His American debut was made
'. C rnegie Hall in New York.
He is also a composer for he has
.-. than 60 vi tin com-
:.-. 25 ; iai nu bi rs, 30
quar-
chestral compo-
' : .
Unveiling of a monument to
thi late MrSl
... be held
a) 2 p.m March 2A in the Jewish
m of Woodlawn Park ci mi -
with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating Mrs, S; man was
the mother of Mrs. Ir< n I I*
I man. Nate Spiegelman and Mrs.
Martha Cohen. Gordon M
ment company is in charge of
arrangements Friends and rela-
tives .r. c asked t e j ept.
RIFKIND RETURNS
SERVICE
Plam I ame his studies
t thi ity of Miami next
Li. Harold Bamberg. now
on t' : li ave from Wl i
Field. Hav...... The i n
of
FRANKFURT. March 8 (JTAi
Judge Simon H. Rifkind, who has
been in Germany since October
as adviser on Jewish affairs to
U. S. Army headquarters, left
heri today for the United States.
Prior to leaving, he submitted
mmendations concerning dis-
placed J< ws to Gen. Joseph T.
McNarney, U. S. commander in
the European theatre.
Sisterhood To Present
Hilarious" Purim Play
termed a hilarious
Mrs Gertrude Bamberg. 825 j 1 Mrs. Irving Lehr-
mornir.g at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi' Alton '"d ne nas completed 37', man. director, will be enacted
Max Shapiro officiating Aiti r- "1 :'':" service with the Army at the Mian Bi i h Jewish Cen-
Is, Kenneth's i renl navigat r, during ter Sisti meeting 8 p.m.
give a kiddush. '' w rmssions over Iwo [Monday at thi Centi r.
The meeting held last Tuesday
night at the Elks lodge was one
of the most impressive that we
have ever witnessed in any lodge
hall. Great credit is due to
Henry Berg and his committee
the idea of honoring our war
heroes in this manner and for
the effort and time devoted to
its presentation. Those of us who
were fortunate enough to witness
that drama will long remember
it and those of our members who
f.uled to attend truly missed a
memorable meeting.
If you should see a tall red-
headed guy around with his
bosom all puffed out and his
head up in the clouds, the
. hances are that it's none other
than our own Maurice Cromer,
secretary of Sholem lodge. Mau-
rice became the proud father of
a nine-pound boy last week and
he just hasn't been able to get
down to earth again. He has
been dispensing drinks and cigars
galore and we even got him to
! buy our lunch the other day.
It must be wonderful. We are
happy to report that both mother
and son are thriving.
The weekly luncheon meetings
held each Monday at the Urmey
hotel are gaining in popularity.
Come over next week, enjoy a
good lunch and an interesting
program. Burnett Roth is in
charge of this project which has
1 roven one of the most popular
of the lodge We are happy to
i report that A. J. Kaplan, known
as "Stumpy,'' is back with us
' again and has taken up where he
left off about four years ago as a
member of the law firm of Sil-
ver. Kaplan and Deitz, all good
Ben B'riths.
Big things are in the offing for
Sholem lodge. The meeting to
be held next month will be in
honor of the past presidents.
Brother Ike Levin has been
placed in charge of this event
and it is understood that these
honorable gentlemen are in for
I some first-class ribbing. We
i hasten to add that will all be in
fun and no offense is intended.
More on this later.
On the social side, Brother
Louie Bandel is arranging a ca-
bana party for the end of this
month. Other similar parties
Ktt>aJ
WANTED: 66,000MnS
ERS-Th, R" GmlSL
by March 31. 66.OOO0W1SI
MM will b* wriB| M
Ub. symbol of | geieCfll
Bow tbout it? ^*
Miamians Direct Cm\
Three Miami women
Camp Skylark for Girls ml
dersonville, N. C, which fa
taking a limited number of bJ
istrations foi the summers
The three are Miss
Dubler, Miss Josephine Scsdi
Miss Betty H. C. Danks.
Daughter of Miami picas]
Max Dubler and the lite I
Anna T. Dubler, Miss Da
heads the list of directors.
is founder of the Peter!
school which she directed hi
years. An artist and write, 1
has been active in Girl
work.
Miss Sond is past director^
the Peter Pan school
'Danks was formerly
with the Girl Guides in,
tralia. In addition to the I
directors, the staff
counsellors, a house mi
a registered nurse.
Girls between the ages i\
tfhd 16 may be enrolled by t
ing Miss Dubler at 9-1923.
which this lodge has held ol
past have always been hujei
cesses and we are sure th
one will run true to form.
we suggest that Louie try to I
range to have the "line" bmt
Copa just to insure its
We know of several of 01
bers who might have a I
fluence over there.
r
A family dinner will be held
at the Victor restaurant Saf.
Saipan and other battle
Hi awarded the air
1 and four battle stars for
his Asiatic-Pacific campaign
ribbon.
Kusworm To Be Guest
Sidney Kusworm. national
arer of B'nai B'nth. will be
I speaker at a social evening
be held by the Beach lodge 8
p.m. Tuesday. Plate of the n
ing has been changed to T.
Beth Sholom's Social hall.
Hot dogs and beer will be serv-
ed The meeting is open to the
public.
Included in the cast are Ger-
trude Ginsberg. Ruth Rubin,
Brooks, Hannah Rubin,
Stiefel, Betty Feuer, Ger-
trude ''' N man, Hat-
tie Seligman, Ruth Klein. Pearl
Walsey, Reba Kohn and Adele
Lauer.
M isic will be under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Tilhe Rosenthal
VICTOR HOTEL
1144 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
All Hands on Deck
Canteen Corps volunteers of the
Red Cross college unit at Mary
Washington College, Fredericks-
burg, Va., worked in the college
dining rooms during a critical
labor shortage last year.
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ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS
FOR PASSOVER
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE
PHONE 54)041
L________
KENNETH M. MYERS
evening, and Sunday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. Myers will hold
open house from 3 to 6 p.m. at
512 S. W. 21st ave.
Out-of-town relatives and
guests here for the celebration
include Mrs. Bessie Alter, Mrs.
Hortense Blum and daughter.
Felice, of New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kominers, Mr. and Mrs.
Sholom Asch and Henry Meyers,
West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Baum, Orlando, and Mrs.
Claire Fiske, Omaha, Neb.
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19th


jrything's Fair in Love, War and on Purim
By Darid Schwarti
|im 1S the most joyous of the
holidays. SimchathTorah.
m is a strong rival, but
really outdoes it. Purim
time when we eat those
gifts, for masquerade parties and
what not. Everything is fair in
love, war and on Purim.
And yet Purim's position as a
holiday has often been challeng-
ed, and it is a fact that both in
the Jewish theological as well as
1 poppy-seeded Hamen I the Christian world, the Book of
.l'1 T." ,t\..... ,,... ..,1.1.1. ll. fnntinnl
that mother used to
I u is the time when Jun-
[not only not repressed, but
1" a Mitzvah, to make
It' is the time when the
..u.gc one to drink so much
foe unable to tell the differ-
'between "Blessed be Mor-
i" and "Cursed be Haman.
fa time for the exchange of
Esther, upon which the festival
of Purim is based, has been look-
ed upon somewhat questioningly
because the entire Scroll of
Esther has not a single mention
of God.
The old rabbis noted this de-
ficiency in the Book of Esther
and tried to offset it by the com-
position of additions, short little
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum
ii aweuss "We Hope AgainA Sermon for Purim,
S *Mrs! Joseph Stein will light the candles and make
Xf bleSS Mr. and Mrs. Stein will be hosts at the
1 tifn following the services in honor of their 25th
reception r"?'"* v Mrs. j. Gerald Lewis and Mrs.
^ffiVtSX^o-chainnen. will be assisted by the
Adolph l""v Stone Harold Spaet, Louis Snetman.
KSTsSs^HTmanWall anPd Sam Luby. Satur-
day morning services, 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
HAKAX^HAplBr1 CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
n ConseiTallT*
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "A New War Is On" at
late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. Mr and Mrs
M.nH..i Schcinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers, Will
be hot s dirS?the social hour in honor of their grand-
Ln Kmncth Myers, whose bar miUvah Will be ob-
erved Saturday morning at 9. Adult Sabbath services
8 30 am. Student services. 10:30 a.m.
Purim services, including the reading of the Scroll
of Esther wiU be held at 7:30 o.m. Saturday and 8 am.
Sunday t which time Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Under
the Banner."
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Avo.. Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LUAMAM
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
ConsarvaxW*
Friday services, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman has chosen
The Eternal Laughter of Purim" as his topic for dis-
cussion this evening at 8:30 p.m. He will speak on tne
AVeeklv PorUon oTthe Law" at Sabbath services 9^m.
Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Saturday evewng. MtocM
at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos and Maanv Young
Judaea meeting 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva
breakfast 9 a.m. Sunday. MDiUor, will
In honor of Purim. the reading of the Meg^lah w
be held 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Rabbi Lehrman will
preach.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami .
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 6 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30
P.m. Rabbi Grauer, continuing his series on "The Chang-
ing Rlc of a Rabbi in Israel." will speak on "The Re-
ligious Role of the Rabbi in Israel." Refreshments and
informal singing will follow. Adult Strvices, 9 O.m.
Saturday. The rabbi will Speak on "The Sabbath Of
Zachor: A Sabbath o! RernemWrinl." Shalos Sudos.
;,, ;m Rabbi Grauer will discuss the "Portion of the
Week. At Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 15** S. "W-
in ihl ]u.nior, fonRregation wi" .d services at
10 am and the Zionist group wi" -f 2 1m Satur-
day Bar Mitzva breakfas' P meet at 4 p.m. batur
Purim services. *' ,., 8:30 a.m. Sunday,
will speak on "P- 10 p m. Saturday. Rf"[.AjHS -
.. Sunday with the rereading of the we*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Are. at 4i
St.. Miami Beach uuel kelemer
RABBI LEON EROMIMI C^MJM 8AMUEL
"Thou Shalt Destroy g *tfgg 2%%
IS the sermon Rabbi 9*gW&dB A dramatic jead-
p.m. this evening in ndnof 6f pu,Viw chMre?i ei *
in* of the MegiWah will be given gMg" 10:45 a.m\
reViRious school. Saturday morning ^rvices
A 15-minute organ prelude precedes each serv
Orthodox Meacheloff
Friday evening services,5:30jjjl^ and Honor a
will speak on "Light and J*S?TV in "S^SSbaS
the Friday evening forum, W P-ft .. at adult Sabbath
Purim. His topic will be our w BT. rTm
services. 8:30 a.m. MjS*ftfil Sudos MO *
Saturday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday.
scripts about Mordecal which re-
counted further legends in the
same vein, but, somehow, only
the scholars know of these addi-
tions.
Yet in the true sense I do not
think the book of Esther can be
called God-less. You remember
when Mordecai appeals to Esther
to take the case of Haman and
the Jaws before the king, and
Esther hesitates, fearful of the
results of such intercession. Per-
haps, Mordecai tells Esther, she
herself had been brought to her
royal position just to save the
Jews. Mordecai obviously sees
the finger of Destiny in history.
He sees Designand if there is
Design, there must be a Designer.
Of man. there is much, very
much in the Book of Esther. And
this accounts for the popularity
of Purim. The Book of Esther is
so true to life that it might ap-
pear in today's newspaper as a
current account and not be in-
credible. O. Henry once wrote
story about a Georgia editor who
announced a special contribution
for his paper by Theodore Roose-
velt. When the paper came out,
they found the article captioned:
"The Condition of Our Country.
Specially written for the Georgia
Gazette by Theodore Roosevelt."
The editor had simply taken
Roosevelt's message to Congress
and made it into a special article
for his paper. I think one might
very well do this with the Book
of Esther.
The Anti-Defamation league or
the American Jewish Congress
or some other organization ought
to reprint It under Some such
title as "Demagogy and Anti-
Semitism." The whole book of
Esther is really a tractate on anti-
Semitism, and it might, therefore.
be a particularly good little
pamphlet to send to the clerical
purveyors of anti-Semitism, the
Rev. Gerald Smith for example,
or Father Coughlin and his col-
leagues, who supposedly are very
much in favor of the Bible. It
should interest them to know
that this book of the Bible re-
joices over the hanging of anti-
Semites.
Yet, the Book of Esther has
very much of the feel of present
times. The times are corrupt.
Ahasuerus, the king, although he
finally condemns Haman to the
gallows, is himself a pretty rot-
ten egg. Because his queen,
Vashti, refuses to heed a com-
mand issued in one of his drunk-
en stupors, to appear nude be-
fore a group of roisterers the king
has her liquidated. And this same
Ahasuerus, you remember, ap-
pointed Haman prime minister.
Being galled with himself, Ha-
man is particularly galled by the
fact that this Jew, Mordecai, re-
fuses to salaam before him. Ha-
man is determined on revenge.
Who has offended him? It is
Mordecai. Well, Haman is prime
minister. He can easily have
Mordecai arraigned on some
trumped up charge and done
away with. But the anti-Semite
never works that way. The anti-
Semite never sees the Jew as an
individual. One might say this,
in some part, is the feeling of the
whole outside world. They know
a Jew, who acts so and so. Ergo,
all Jews are so and so. So Haman
determines on the destruction of
all Jewry,
Haman is the spearhead, but
the anti-Semitism was general.
We see it in the warning which
Mordecai makes to Esther, when
she enters the beauty contest,
which the king has proclaimed
to select himself a successor to
Vashti. Mordecai tells Esther not
to mention that she is a Jewess.
Esther in her application blank
probably wrote down Ethical
Culturist, Christian Scientist-
like so many Jewish girls today.
And Mordecai himself. His ex-
perience seems so typical of to-
day. The Book of Esther records
how once he learned of a con-
spiracy to destroy the King and
was the means of saving the
King's life. And yet at the same
time, Haman wins his first argu-
ment for the destruction of the
Jews by telling the King that
the Jews are unpatriotic.
Yes, the Book of Esther shows
what old, shoddy stuff the anti-
Semites peddle. It would be
amusing, if it weren't so tragic.
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World War II veterans, their
wives and friends have been in-
augurated at the Miami Y. The
group meets every first and third
Mondays for a diversified pro-
gram of forum discussions, ath-
letics and social activities.
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Dr. Weinkle to
Receive Degree
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
left (or Atlanta today to attend
the graduation of their son, Wil-
liam Stanley, from Emory uni-
versity Medical school. An hon-
orary" member of the National
Biological society, young Dr.
Weinkle will intern at Jackson
M e m o r i a 1 hospital beginning
April 1. after taking the Georgia
State board examination.
A member of Delta Epsilon
Phi medical fraternity and Alpha
Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Dr.
Weinkle was the only Jewish
boy to be elected president of
the E club. Emory's athletic as-
sociation. An all-round athlete.
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
----------,--------------TIBBUB t- -
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
IS*- STJTS
m he holds
BEWARE OF
It is high time to throw
spotlight on Father Staskiei
' i
P lish priest from
Penns,
vania. "The Committe. :: H
er." issued by th I
Jewish Committee
Father Stask. as he is kit wn. .......
he works closely with such
standing anti-Semitic propagan-

he has won several trophies. He jung .m Aubert,
received his A.B. degree from ^
Emory and served in the Army as
a first lieutenant.
. .... Yet h. nulli
and eeds by the
he I iya k ":i
t you Stop
da foi
Serin
to avoid publicity alth
Sen::' Fathi rTasI
it Hai
MISCELLANY ...
. | itein will
. Madi
Emorv's Dental school in June.
D PHI E TO INITIATE,
INSTALL OFFICERS
.Vlll
Jewish
, n Read the answers to ih*
columns in our next column.
READER'S GUIDE .
You miRht read with interest
Rabbi Joseph Zeitltn'l new book
Disciples t>f the Wise." It con-
tains an interesting study of the
views of rabbis concerning sex
and ra.c relations. Dr. Zeitlin
is a graduate of the Jewish The-
al Seminary Get the
January issue of the Hebrew
Union College monthly and read
bi Abraham Shusterman's
(Baltimore) eloquent article, "For
Whom the Hells Tolls" The
Office of Jewish Information
(OJI) of the American Jewish
Congress has started operations
with a bang. Its "News of the
Month'' broadside, its pamphlets
"Opportunity Limited" and "Bal-
, Sheet i'f Extermination," its
OJI items, a weekly service on
Jewish Affairs and its "Law and
Social Action" bulletins are all
ers, filled with valuable In-
formation and well edited.
El< ven girls will be init
ATTENTION. MR. GUDSTADT
Richard '
iated f ,ho Ar'
linst

n meeting I x-
May Quinn ttarged
anti Semit
Marshall, one
into Delta Phi Epsilon. University '- "
of Miami sorority, a. enr-v Ford '.u,f
light ceremonv tonight at the Semitic literature wa till
home of Shirley Kranz, 3782 ing distributed in Latin Ai ttacke\ei
Chase ave. New initiates are Ar- Can he txplain away
line Finesman, Joy Freeman,
Barbara Erlick, Nessa Gittelman.
We havi n liabli embership of 11.000
...... that its yearly budget i
SauvaRaitt!,Jayne,Micl v wc
rey Saxon Greta Shoobe, Leon- :" number of Latii
i re Stramer, Car >le Tannen and \A I leader ol Ai
Gerry Waldman.
Installation of
newly elect, rhe Internati nal .' Sew York public
,"'l""dlttl '.' '';, p'V Jew in Character and Busim ......, ;.
officers, conducted by Pat Roth. ,,..,,.,.,...'
thi first ol
. ent, will follow the cen ,.. _
,, .. t 96 articli ill} P-
monies. Miss Kranz will be in- n .
,,,,,. i ,........ ,-.,, ,. tl earnborn In li
stalled as vice president: c hai ,, u_
... if Mr. Hen-
lottc AI : .-. rrespond :.. sec-
retary; Arline Jacobson, ti
the
May 29,
the
Knighl f the Ku Klux K
I I 1204 .'. : C>
.
found in a n
her ol Ami ri< an public lib:.
i inclu N( ''. York | ibi
N. .-. pledge off,fers are Arlu
I Mildred Storch, pl<
motlier.
Members will entertain alum-
nae at a luncheon March l"tl
the international sorority's foun-
der's day.
New Ei R
Sonn;
c r, ici presi lent; Rosalind I
and Phyllis 11
b( rg, I .
Beach Women to Form
B'nai B'rith Chapter
N a Miami Beach chapter of
B : ith "'' be
formed 8 p.m. T u thi
Y. Cl irti: membership
e extended 1
' tis mei ting.
Mrs : Bi ki
Ni rth c
; B'nai B'rith W men and
the Chicago Women's B'nai
B'rith com ti "The
Woman's PI: i in B'nai B'r:th."
Mrs. Becker is a membei oi
the steering committee appointed
by Mrs. Benjamin Landau. :
dent, to organize the new group.
Others are Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal,
chairman, and Mrs. Anne Kauff-
man.
KOFOED TO SPEAK
if Mr. Ford
letter to 1
1204, Atlanta. Geoi
not stop 1 : his rigina

DR. HERTZ'S SUCCESSOR
British Jewry is looking for
a chief rabbi to fill the va-
cancy created by the recent
demise of lhe very Rev. Dr.
Joseph H. Hertz ... of the
several suggested American
candidates, two. Dr. Louis Fin-
kelslein and Dr. Lee Jung,
have already been eliminated.
The first, it is said, because of
his sometimes wavering posi-
tion on Zionism the other
because of his close association
wilh the Agudas-Israel move-
ment. It is not unlikely that
lhe Rev. Dr. Louis Isaac Rab-
inowiti of Johannesburg. South
Africa, will be the successful
candidate. Dr. Rabinowitz is
forly years of age and a bril-
liant scholar and eloquent
preacher. He served as Jew-
ish chaplain ol His Majesty's
forces in World War II. In-
cidentally, he is the author of
a brilliant article in the current
issue of "The Jewish Quarterly
Review" on the Jews of China.
QUESTIONS .
Is it true that conversion is
reaching unprecedented pro-
portions, particularly in lhe case
of boys who have been serving
overseas? ... Is it true lhat the
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, still
at large, will be permitted to
return lo oifice in Palestine?
... Is it true lhat the new gov-
ernment of Austria has failed
lo enacl laws for lhe full resto-
ration of civil liberties and re-
demption of material losses
suffered by lhe Jewish commu-
nity under lhe Nazi regime?
. Is it true thai the Detroit
Youth For Christ movement
was formed wilh great finan-
cial backing by the National
Association of Manufacturers
and the Hearst newspapers?
JR. HADASSAH SLATES
APRIL FUNCTIONS
Junior Hadassah's calendar of
forthcoming events will be dis-
at an executive board
meeting Thursday evening at the
home of the Misses Roslynne and
Jacquelynne Droad, 1615 Monad
ii e,
Scheduled for April 7 at the
National hotel is the organiza-
tion's monthly brunch. An open
house for all members of local
Zionist groups will be held the
following Sunday, and a dance
for Junior Hadassah members is
for April 28.
Couples Charged Less
Cut-rate admission price has
ix en set for couples who attend
the Hadera girls' Purim dance
tomorrow night at Temple Beth
Sholom. The Young Judaea
group is charging 10 cents drag
and 15 ci nts stag for the affair.
The group, composed of girls
12 to 14 years of age, meets
Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m.
under the leadership of Miss
Sylvia Ranch.
HOLD KwSga
Miami Beach Jew?St_
Onter to part^jSi
oin thr, d.., Juki
Center t(
festival |_
clubs fronMhe'keJTE *]
grcgation. the Bel^SI
Jacob SvnaRoeuV V-51
A Purim play *"*
by the Young-JuSy^L,
council and the Cent?.*!
Judaean chapter, the i^'l t i
do
Dagania group <
daeans sang a ^"" I
traditional Paring *1
halal Young Judaeans BJ
several songs about p?l
and then adopted coW
Rudnick. Barbara LissZ^
delle Molt and GloriffJ1
were featured in the
clubs songs and dances
The Young Palestine, j
sented Palestinian folk ZI
dances and distributed mJ
their club magazine, "Thevl
Palestinian Review." R^,
frock, president of the ^
group of Beth David Yo^l
daea, recited an original?
tic poem.
Hadassah Nominate!
For April Election
Anticipating its April 8tki
tion meeting, the Greater'
chapter of Hadassah selwJl
slate of officers at its
Monday. Mrs Alex Van l_
and her nominating conn_
brought in the following j|
Mrs. Abraham Goodmal
re-election to the presid
Mrs. Ralph Cohen, Mrs.
Greenspan, Mrs. Murray _
man. Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
Milton Wolf, vice prwi4_
Mrs. Harry Platoff, financiali
retary; Mrs. Saul Appelbauai
sociate financial secretary.
Also Mrs. Hattie GoldstM.1
ecutive secretary; Mrs. X.!
las Raff, recording
Mrs. Morris Alpert, social t
tary: Mis. Barney Weinkle.t
urer; Mis S. A. Goodman.i
ing secretary.

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Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald
columnist, will be guest speake-
at the Beth Jacob Sisterhood
meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
community building. Rabbi _
Moses Mescheloff is also slated CAN Y0U ST0P THIS-
to speak. Capt. B. Saffian of N". '
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lowing the meeting. This" The captain
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Usually these jokes, writ)
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