The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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^THE JEWISH UNITYt
THE JEWISH
plg^NUMBER 12
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
[gnes Urges, Arabs
ise Binationalist State
lUSALEM (JTA)Dr. Judah L. Magnes, president of the
1 university and chief advocate of Arab-Jewish coopera-
Palestine, told the Anglo-American Inquiry committee
k ,hat only establishment of a bi-national Arab-Jewish
ould solve the Palestine problem
ore he began his testimony, the Arab Higher committee
K the inquiry group with a 200,000-word memorandum,
a bi-national state and offering "full citizenship" to the
0 000 lews now in Palestine, provided that an Arab
established here, and that further Jewish immigration
o-------------------------------------------
nemorandum stated that
would refuse to con-
[the continuation of lim-
vish immigration while
5ed state was being set
grounds that even lim-
nigration would encour-
Jews try to force their
Palestine," the Arabs
end themselves with ev-
ns .-it their disposal,
sing the Ichud group's
First Visas
JermanJews
plan for a bi-national state, Dr.
Magnes said that it envisioned
political and numerical parity be-
tween the Arabs and the Jews.
Under the plan, Palestine would
be divided into several districts,
some of which would be purely
Jewish, others completely Arab,
jsts to believe that if i and the remainder of mixed pop-
rted more pressure they | ulation. The country would be
tain further concessions. | ruled by a consultative body on
spokesman warned that which Jews and Arabs would
have equal representation, with
the high commissioner as chair-
man.
Magnes took the committee
members to task for their failure
to issue an interim report con-
cerning the 100.000 displaced
Jews in Germany and Austria.
"Why the delay?" he asked. "We
want them here. We will share
everything we possess. You ave
FORMER ZM HEAD
SLATED TO SPEAK
HERE TUESDAY
Dr. Israel Goldstein, past presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, will address a joint
meeting of Greater Miami Zion-
ist groups 8 p.m. Tuesday at Tem-
ple Israel. His subject will be
"The Jewish Scene on a World
Canvas." The public has been in-
IKFURT (JTA)The
bs begun filing applica-
feh the U. S. consulate
(visas for displaced Jews,
under President Tru-
Irectives. At the same
tarted issuing corporate
jf which it will pro-
rst affidavit was issued
Leopold Neuhaus of
and his wife. Both
von of Theresienstadt.
P' Neuhaus is believed
! only remaining rabbi in
Their son is the rabbi
|w York city congrega-
'licants must now wait
lv are called up by the
for further action on
plications. It is hoped
irst transport of immi-
pll leave for the United
the first week of May.
DC office has announced
elia Davidson, an immi-
(apert attached to the
ial Refugee Service
National Council of Jew-
is recovering in an
spital ;,t Marburg from
Suffered in an automo-
Oent last week. Sylvia
of the Jewish Agency,
injured at the same
already been discharged
ipital.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Wise Sues College
For Discriminating
NEW YOSK (JTA)Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress, has
charged Columbia university
with violation of the anti-dis
crimination clause of the state
tax law in an application filed
with the New York city tax com-
missioner to cancel the univer-
sity's tax exemption.
Dr. Wise, suing both as a tax-
payer and as chief executive of
the Congress, said, "an institu-
tion claiming to be nonsectarian,
which selects students not solely
and exclusively because of their
intellectual ability and moral
character, but for the avowed
purpose of serving racial or re-
ligious prejudices, does not de-
vote its property exclusively to
educational purposes and is not
an educational institution within
the meaning of the tax law."
Dr. Frank D. Fackenthal, act-
ing president of Columbia uni-
versity, asked to comment on
Dr. Wise's charges, said: "There
is no such discriminatory prac-
tice at the university."
Victory Celebration
Ends CJA Sunday
With the victory celebration of the 1946 Combined Jewish
Appeal slated for 3 p.m. Sunday at the Latin Quarter, Chairman
Wm. D. Singer is calling upon drive leaders for renewed efforts
to raise the $30,000 that will make the $783,100 campaign a
success.
"However, our campaign cannot stop at $783,100," Singer
states. "Every additional dollar raised will save a life. Let
us fulfill Dr. Stephen S. Wise's reguest that we raise at least
$800,000 to electrify the country
and our own community."
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
vited by the sponsoring organiza-
tion, the Greater Miami Zionist
council, which iscomposed of 10
organizations".
During his visit to Miami, Dr.
Goldstein will speak on the "Role
of Religion in World Peace" at
the University of Miami Monday
evening, as part of a series spon-
sored by the University and the
Jews Praised
At State Meet
Jewish communities were com-
mended on the low incidence of
delinquency in the state at the
Governor's conference on Juve-
nile Delinquency this week, re-
ported Morris Klass, who repre-
sented the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at the conference in
Tallahassee.
An interesting event was the
comment made by heads of Flor-
ida state correctional institu-
tions for boys and girls, that at
present there are no Jewish chil-
dren at their institutions, Klass
stated. Religious and character
building programs which create
good citizens instead of social
offenders were commended, he
said.
Of particular interest to resi-
dents of larger cities was the rec-
ommendation that schools and
churches keep their buildings
open after school hours and dur-
ing weekends and summer vaca-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
AMG Gives Preference to Jews
In Greater Hesse, Colonel Reports
WEISBADEN (JTA)Reiterat-
ing the American Military Gov-
ernment's policy of granting pref-
erential treatment to Jews and
other sufferers of Nazism, Col.
James Newman, military gover-
nor of the Greater Hesse district,
has warned the German people
that they must rid themselves of
anti-Semitism and other Nazi
ideologies if they expect food or
other assistance from the United
States. He made this statement
at a press conference with Ger-
man newsmen.
In an interview with a Jewish
Telegraphic Agency correspond-
ent. Col. Newman said that he
knows "from personal inspec-
tion" that Jews employed by the
unity Plans for Immigrant Integration
imp the problem of
P'e. representatives of
?al agencies met with
er. field representative
Mional Refugee Service,
led a general program
ommunity Friday.
|h information concern-
Fjval of Europeans in
* not definite, the group
ns to establish a local
"'ve body to provide
Cdrc for immigrants
arrive,
Pi^the meeting, a
Refugee committee will be ap-
pointed by the Jewish Social
Service bureau as a subcommit-
tee of its board of directors.
Membership will be drawn from
the JSSB board and the commu-
nity in general to achieve broad
representation. Formation of
this committee was held prefer-
able to an entirely new adminis-
trative organization.
Present at the breakfast meet-
ing were Max Orovitz, Stanley
C. Myers, Morris Klass, from
Federation; Mrs. Monte Selig,
Mm. Nat Williams and Mrs. Max
J. Finkelstein, National Council
of Jewish Women; Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers and Charles Cohen, Jew-
ish Social Service bureau. Mr.
Myers and Mrs. Selig are also
members of JSSB.
JSSB, as a general family case
work agency, and the Council,
with its port and dock work and
naturalization program, are the
two local agencies set up to ser-
vice immigrants. Federation's
participation in the refugee pro-
gram stems from its position as
the existing community central
planning organization.
military government live more
comfortably than "most Ger-
mans." He cited an instance
where Germans employed by the
military government were forced
to leave their quarters to make
room for a group of Jews who
were moving in.
The AMG and German authori-
ties are constantly striving to
impress the German people that
Nazi victims deserve preferential
treatment, he declared, adding
that agencies were established to
assure this preferential status.
"Unfortunately," Col Newman
said, "the AMG and the German
government cannot undo in not
quite a year's time what the very
effective Nazi propaganda ma-
chine did in 12 years." He con-
cluded that he is convinced that
the Greater Hesse government
was "sympathetic" to the mili-
tary government's policy.
An effort is also being made
by Greater Hesse provincial au-
thorities to employ as many Jews
as possible in the de-nazification
and reconstruction program in
the province. Minister of Re-
construction and De-Nazlfication
Gottlieb Binder told the corre-
spondent.
Binder said that Jews had ex-
pressed their interest in the job
of ridding Germany of the Nazis
and placing them in prison. Un-
der the new de-nazification pro-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
A contribution of $5,000 was
made by Hialeah Park this
week through the efforts of
Jacob Sher, chairman of lb*
amusements division, who has
personally brought in an addi-
tional $5,000 from cards he has
been covering during the past
few days.
"There are still outstanding
contributions from many Miami
firms and organizations," Sher
said. He pointed out that the
tracks and amusement industries
are doing their share to make
the campaign successful.
Singer has appointed a special
committee, headed by Mrs.
Monte Selig and Mrs. Ned Sail,
to handle arrangements for Sun-
day's victory party. Hostesses
for the afternoon will be Mrs.
G. M. Cohen, Mrs. Harry Corn-
blum, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs.
Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Irving Fran-
'CONTINUED ON PAGE 5>
7,000 Berlin Jews
Struggle For Life
NEW YORK (JTA) Within
the ruins of Berlin today, 7,000
German Jews are coming to life
out of hiding and concentration
camps for the first time in more
than 13 years, Philip Skorneck,
Joint Distribution committee rep-
resentative in the German capital
reported this week at a press
conference held here under the
auspices of the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York.
Mr. Skorneck. who returned to
the United States this week after
carrying out relief and rehabili-
tation activities in Berlin for six
months, said that "Berlin's Jews
are engaged in a grim struggle
for existence in a cold, roofless,
inflation-ridden city.
"Most of the German Jews now
living in Berlin are housed in in-
adequate private dwellings in the
community," the JDC representa-
tive continued. "Many of them
beaten and starved and broken
by the Nazisare unable to work.
They live on a government dole
of 35 marks per person each week
or 60 marks ($6.00) a couple. Be-
cause it is almost impossible to
live on this small amount, espe-
cially in view of the sky-rocket-
ing inflation in Berlin, the JDC
provides a grant of 100 marks
per person each month to several
thousand German Jews."
Certificates Granted
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
Palestine government has an-
nounced the allocation of 1,600
immigration certificates for the
period March 15-April IV Of
these, 1,500 will be assigned to
Jews and 100 to non-Jews.
Must Reregister Now toVote in the Coming Primaries
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PAGE TWO
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B'nai B'rith Women
faMonaMy fyieaMny.....Name Mr^Opt""
By ELSIE KRONENFELD the proceedings and spending Mrs. Ida Optner, long-Urne
Givtag congratulation, i. A a few days in Tampa i B j* ^ ^ 0, j.
ways a pleasure. So, happy THE SERVICE SCENE j p of ,Vn;n B nthiWom-
birthday, Philip Lefkowitz. It's Billy Peretzman, U. S. Navy, ^ ,ist Tui.sday. following tw
today, we hear Ernice arrived here yesterday ^ division of the Women s orgam
Weinkle daughter of Mr. and ieave. Which makes his par- Mtlon inU. Miami and mu
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, celebrated ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcach chapters,
her 11th birthday Tuesday I Peretzman, 926 15th St., espe- Mrs. Optner wil
Monday evening. Now there's pines Also on terminal Jj~r"corresponding si retarj
a smart husband i leave, till March 31, is Second M;< M; M K .
Speakinq of anniversaries, Lt. Joe Scheinberg. who started ; 1;i.v. Mrs. Abt. & Teas-
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mes- out as a buck private three .,,,.... Mr8, Luthei Bromberg. Ms-
cheloff celebrated their lltth years ego. During his two torian: Mrs. Sam Silver, parna-
wedding anniversary on March years overseas, he saw-action mentanan
10 A number of friends with the 251st Field Artillery Also to be elected at the next
dropped by in the afternoon to m the Philippines and was meeting is the board
toast them. Later, they were commissioned in the field at, The organizatio.
honored at a dinner Luzon. He also received the twi
his parents Dolly Schein- moon trip to New York and I .- "
berg is making good use of North Carolina ... M. ..
those lonely evenings while Irwin Berger, SAD 1-c, re- j -----_----------------------
Peretz is doctoring aboard ship turned to Miami Monday with w ,. reremonv
in the Pacific. She's going to his discharge alter three and a c^"'y '
night school in New York half veers in 'he Navy. The Has Syrian Customs
where she's living with her son of Mrs. Anna Berger. he
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack was stationed at Pearl Harbor
Selby ... for four months. He and his
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schwartz -other will probably visit his
are here from Charlotte, N. C. twin sisters Thelma and Bar-
visiting his uncle and aunt oa:c ::i Brooklyn soon .
Mr. and Mrs Meyer Schwartz 'Mrs Tillie Mark will return to
Parents are lovelv people. I the Bronx Monday after a 10-
e> mm 1 a **
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
PLAN JUNE WEDDING
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Edith Sch-
wartt and living Stiefel will be
illy announced by her par-
ents. Mr and Mrs. Max Schwartz,
Of New York city, and Miami
Beach, at a family dinner Sun-
day.
Mr. Stufel's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Stiefel, of
Philadelphia and 4213 Nautilus
dr., where the dinner will be
held.
An early June wedding is be-
ing planned by the couple. Both
attend the University of Miami
where Miss Schwartz is major-
ing in dramatics. She will be
graduated in August. Mr. Stiefel
recently discharged from the
Army after one and a half year's
service in Europe.
ERNEST LEVINS
TO RESIDE HERE
Da\. i Massre and th I n
for four months. He and his Mary Roman ivi i ed in a
litional Syrian-Jewisl
performed bj Ral bi M
Mescheloff at Beth Ja
ie Monday < vening.
The bcidi laughtei f Mr. and
. rurenis ere loveiv peouie. i uie uiui,j i>iunuuy ujicj u iw ----------------
Mr. and Mrs. Harold'Aronson'week Slav with Mrs. Berger, lM,s Sam Romano' N:
have changed their minds her sister-in-law Anothe: ': '
, ,. -. ,. # l /r d i_ as bridesmaid. Mr, Massre, wl
about living m Ohio so Mrs. house guest Mrs. Berger has ^ are M: and Mrs M,,S1.S
will be ct the Breakstone hotel. N W. 13th ave.. is home from Mi and Mrs A. M e, who
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alper -he hospital after a siege of were married by Rabbi Mi
said good-bye to their son-in- double pneumonia During her' "lf ;i tew w' "'*' "'' Abo Pres"
law and daughter, Mr and illness, her son. Elias Schloss- j fnt w< M ''ld.Mrs L^Mjzrahi.
Mrs. J. Rachlin. Mond
Rachlins had
mac hotel for
There's !c:s
..y...*.., .. o,,^ illness, ner son, r,nas acnioss- ,, '...........
n. Monday The man. flew from Alaska in an v ,v""' ,::'' "V""""'
W, c:s"cr^Sfrom E^lHft^S ^ ''
Z/10 Adeo,; cve.-Miss Dede is the first time that Mr. and
Dams of Stamford, Conn., is Mrs. Robinson have seen th
vacationing with her folks two in three years
Mrs. Rose Simkin of Chicago Norman" WeissTson of Sam
,S VSS? &" ^nC A1,mCn Uel Weiss' !018 lelferson ave'..
. While Mrs Anna Nashkin has been released from the ser-
cmason. Marvin ere reversing ._____
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UBSStfl
Listen lo Burdine's radio
program, "Fashion Time,"
over WIOD each wekday
morning, 8:30 lo 8:4S.
An album of
Victor Herbert
Melodies
$2-38
Five delightful "old-favor-
ite records sung by
such well-known enlists as
Bing Crosby, Frances
Langford, Rudy Vallee,
Morence George and Vic-
tor Young ... all in the
same album!
MIAMI STORE, RKCORDS.
FIFTH FLOOR
Hara Mr. and Mrs. Kassin, Mr
is, Mr. and Mrs Tebele, Mr.
and Mrs. Beyda, W i
D. C.
The couple will make then
home in Miami.
Authoritatively Programmd
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ine. Co.
M7 Bltcayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 499*1
Large. Beautiful Room
Douo'e Epour Private Bath
KITCHEN PRIVILEGES
In aautitul Home with Large
Grounds
20'4 Alton Road Phone 58.2181
FOR SALE
Beautiful Set Store Fixtures,
Wall Cases. Show Cases,
Fluorescent Lights, Fans, etc.
For DRUG, SUNDRY or
GIFT STORE
122 N. E. First Avenue
Miami
ASTOR HOTEL
956 Washington Ave.
Amer.ean or European Pian
Reaeon.bl, Daily or Mo,Vy Rite,
Make Your Reservations
lor Passover Early
> Per Day, Room and Board
Three Meala Daily
STRICTLY KOSHER
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Levin are
making their home at 1510 Me-
ridian ave., following their hon-
eymoon in Havana last week.
The bride is the former Miss
Beatrice D. Lippman, daughter
of Mrs. Rose Lippman. of Brook-
lyn.
A former real estate agent, she
associated with the Miami
Bi ach Hotel association and the
Jewish Federation.
Mr. Levin, whose parents are
the Irving Levins of New York,
is a member of the New York
iation. Discharged from
the air corps in December after
serving 21 months in Europe as
a captain, he is now owner of the
Vai ationland Travel service.
Perils of Hazel!
"Hazel Hazard," student-creat-
ed cartoon character, emphasizes
Red Cross accident prevention
warnings at Mundclein College,
Chicago, where she is sponsored
by the Red Cross college unit.
BOOKKEEPER FOR RELIGIOUS
INSTITUTION ON MIAMI BEACH
F.ve and a Half.Day Week
No Saturdays
GOOD SALARY
Care ot Jewith Floridian. Box 2973,
Miami, Florida
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your root repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satiefactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-3860
Harry's Barber Shop
Modern and Sanitary
1790 S. W. 8th Street
First Class Work
Three Barbers on Duty
CAMP SKYLARK
FOR GIRLS
HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
Enrollments Now Being
Accepted
Call Miss Dubler 9-1923
P,ed3e LunrJ^
Cardiac Q,i|<|ren
Annual p]^* ,
held at the Be
l|
by an afternoon 0f
ment. '
Proceeds of th. i .
be devoted to ho t>
at 4250 W. Fla^l
^"ption ^
Reserv.,lt,ns may .
GOLD-KLUGER
In a simple ceremony J
ed by Rabbi Moses Mt3
Miss Ruth H. Kluger wj
Simon Gold were joined a.
riage Sunday afternoon il
patio of Rabbi Me.
home, 71 Lenox ave.
The bride is the dau^l
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiwi
New York. Mr. Gold's pa.-(J
Mr. and Mrs, Max Gold cfi
York.
After a month's honevaj
Miami Beach, the eoiipH
make their home in NnrV
Jewish War Vetmm, I
Beach post 330, will met) (3
Beach Y 8 p.m. Wedaetde?.]
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ola Lake near HendatJ
vUle, N. C.
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MARCH 22. 1946
Jewish fhrknan
PAGE THREE
jerman Sees Certainty of Jewish State in Palestine
*r.Si?ve concert at th-
r*'"hg Jw..... "'* H'"""'
IBr.Bp?lng u.....' >"" i",s-
> ..-il.-i- Miami Jew-
fc "n The following; nter-
ft bitten by Huth C.
Ml _____
Ling an old friendship is
I pleasant, especially when
L it might be interesting
{, Huberman'a thoughts on
sent troubled and peril-
lition in Palestine,
[ew that after the three
i I have just arranged for
Havana, Miami and Holly-
|hl, would be leaving for
j,p. He is going there for
[th anniversary of the Pal-
Lchestra on Dec. 26, to be
under the direction of
llinari.
tallv he talked of his 80
the orchestra, how ht
pJ them from all the coun-
lEurope, how he liked best
in Jewish Palestine and
Finland. For there, he
Ian artist is received with
responsiveness and spon-
than any country in the
world. An artist can play
Bges of 5.000 and 10.000
ants and be sure of half
Ipuhtion turning out to
tmember playing in Fin-
Ta community of 5,000 and
ktine in a community of
hid having an audience of
tho applauded wildly. This
Jtss for music explains how
Be can keep a first-class
ra which has a regular
subscription of 10.000 in
|Tl1 Aviv and Jerusalem."
[had avoided political is-
\it when I questioned him
[the Arab situation, he
emphatically that the Arab
were friendly to the Jews,
frtain political groups fo-
irtifiii.il hostilities by pro-
friction to further their
kds. First there was Ger-
| and Italy, now other
he said.
I am certain if the ma-
ll the Jewish people really
I Jew ish state, no power in
[rid will, in the long run,
1 them from having it," he
d. "Political constella-
pnd political intrigue
but history and geog-
BRONISLAW HUBERMAN. who founded the Palestine sym-
phony in 1936, will play a special violin recital at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in Miami Beach High school. His program, spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee, will
include Handel's Sonata in D major, the Franck Sonata in
A major, Tschaikowsky's D major Concerto opus 35, "La
Fontaine d'arethuse" from Szymanowski's "Mythes" and
Brahms' "Hungarian Dance."
German Jews Mark
First Free Purim
raphy remain, and I am sure that
once the imposed restrictions are
removed, all the countries of the
universe will see us in our proper
light and be glad to be alligned
with us.
"The main thing is to strength-
en our ranks and be strong with-
in and work toward a national
Jewish state. Perhaps later,
when a sick Europe is cured, we
can be one of the important
states of the United States of
Europe," he concluded.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 17457 ACTS OF 1935
Pile A 10044
NOTICK IS HKUKIIY GIVEN that
L. T. LEE, holder of City of Coral
GableH Tax Certificates No. 6134. 6136
and 6138, Isxued the 2nd day of July,
A. D. 1934, has filed same in my of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Certificates embrace the following de-
scribed oroperty In the County of
Dad.-. State of Florida, to wit:
I-.t 20. Hlk. 15, Coral Gables Section
'D', l'lat Hook 25, Pane 74. in the
City of Coral Gables, County of Dade,
State of Florida, as embraced in cer-
tificate No. 61.14. The assessment of
said property under the said certlfl-
i at,- Issued was In the name of Un-
known.
It 22, Blk. 15, Coral Gables Section
TV, Plat Book 25, Page 74, In the City
of Coral Gables, County of Dade. State
of Florida, as embraced In certificate
No. 6136. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate Is-
sued was In tho name of Unknown.
It 24, Klk. 15, Coral Gables. Section
'D* Plat Hook 25. Page 74, In the City
of Coral Cables, County of Dafle. State
of Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 613s. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate Is-
sued was it: the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of May. 1946, which is the 6th day of
May. 1946.
Dated this 20th day of March. 1946.
E. It. I.EATHKKMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By N C. STERRETT. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/22-29 4/5-12
FRANKFURT (JTA) Cele-
brating their first Purim since
liberation, the Jews of Germany
attended the reading of the Me-
gillah in Jewish DP centers and
in the few remaining synagogues.
At the Zeilsheim DP camp
near here the ceremony was held
in the camp's public square, in
front of the brick monument
commemorating the 6,000,000
murdered Jews of Europe, with
floodlights illuminating the
scene.
A series of parties and dances
also marked the holiday. Sid-
ney Flatow, welfare director at
Zeilsheim, who was formerly the
executive director of a Jewish
center in New York, organized
a children's party, and a dinner-
dance at which children present-
ed the story of Esther. Hamen-
taschen, candy and almonds
were distributed. The Jewish
community councils of Frankfurt
and Berlin also had children's
parties.
The Berlin community arrang-
ed a reception attended by 2,000
persons, including representa-
tives of the four occupation
powers. Here, also, children de-
picted the story of Esther.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FIAiRIDA TOY DISTRIBUTORS, at
1635 B7W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIDNEY HYMAN
3/22-29 4/5-12-19
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COMFORT-EASE COUCH COMPANY
at 1637 S. W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
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ment of Lieut. Col. Robert B.
Solomon, one-time president of
the British Jewish National Fund,
as adviser on Jewish affairs to
the British element of the Allied
Control commission in Germany
was announced this week in the
House of Commons.
John B. Hynd, the cabinet
member responsible for occupa-
tion matters, said that the ap-
pointment of Col. Solomon fol-
lowed consultation with the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews. Solomon, who has been
active in Zionist affairs, will
leave for Germany early in April.
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FRIDAY
Spring Dance
Aids Hillel, ADL
Its first annual Spring dance
will be given by Rose chapter.
B'nai B'rith Young Women, at
the Miami Beach Elks club Sun-
day evening. Proceeds of the af-
fair will be divided between the
Hillel house at the University of
Miami and the Anti-Defam
league, both B'nai B'rith sub-
sidiaries.
Bob Millenberg will act as
master of ceremonies. Featured
entertainers will be Miss Bernice
Anne
danc
song
Jack Kaplan at the pian ; Miss
Elaine Litwock. singer, and a
dance team from the Arthur
Murray studios.
Miss Marcelle Schecl is in
charge of enl i ''
Personally Speakins
(CONTINUED~FROM PACE 2)
vice after three years' duty in
the South Pacific Ph. M U
Robert L. Glasser has returned r-v---j-rz- ^ and son.
,o his station inPhiladel phja KLjOnd M L ^
after .pending a 30-day leave Chic^a M ^^ Mrg
with his parents. Mr. and M... M^andi ^ g ^
Herman H Glasser Jj R Mis.
Mendelson, the rabbi's neph- BURIED ALIVE
tew. Rabbi Machtei and Naomi
wili be home Tuesday. .
Recent arrivals at the Ritz
Carl.on hotel include Mr. and
Mrs. B. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kaplan. Sidney Kapla
Majlech Elencwajg. a Polish
DP, ll a medical student at the
University of Marburg, Germany,
by grace of an UNRRA scholar-
ship and a freak of fate.
The vouth was "executed in
MARCH
Herman -
Chicago on a business trip this
week ... On the same plane,
as far as Atlanta, was Mrs.
Selig, who had been visiting
her son and daughter-in-law,
S. Levenshon, Ben W. Levy.
George Stern, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Udes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Walters, Mrs. Rave Wlodaver,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stein-
**. ~~ri Mrs. Phi
Ohio .
Rabbi and Mrs S M. Machtei
and daughter, Naomi, left for
Yonkers, N. Y., this week to
attend the Bar Mitzva of Louis
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Trachten-
berg, Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Segal, Philadelphia,
and Jack Dinerstein. Los An-
geles.
Voters to Decide Fate
Of Children's Home
One of the finest chile:' it's
homes in the United States will
be built for this area's needs, un-
der the county development pro-
gram to be voted on May 7, ad-1
vises Francis M. Miller, chairman \ card party at night,
of the Dade county Citizens o Mrj Pau, Aschc:. nationai board
mittee formed to get out the vote. member of H was guest
Detailed plans of the proposed speakei after Friday night serv-
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX RepreeentatiTe
Beth Israel Temple held a
Purim party Sunday afternoon.
a dinner in the evening
Mr. and Mrs Dan G
unce thi I birth of
and .- I
Philip Blieher has r< turne i I
this city after undergoing an op-
. n at Johns Hoj kins I
tal.
home, which would cost $400,000,
were I Saturday by Rob-
ert Fitch Smith, the arc:
who explained that all provision
had been made for future expan-
sion.
Construction of these new fa-
cilities for children will release
space at Kendall for the old folks'
home, enabling the conversion.
for only $100,000 of the buildings
there and increasing the capacity
for the elderly from 74 to 207.
The home will be buiit on a
large tract of county-owned land,
at N.W. 10th ave. between 23rd
and 25th streets. The two-Story
building of modern Florida col-
onial style will accommodate ap-
proximately 200 children, along
with a detention wing, and a
wing for the juvenile court and
its staff.
The building will be fireproof
throughout, with all furnishings
designed to accent the idea of a
home and not a corrective or
disciplinary institution.
ices at Temple Beth El last week
Arthur Sheir, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Sheir. 726 Flamingo
dr., left by plane Monday for
Worcester, Mass., after spending
two months in West Palm Beach.
Jack Thomp! retain)
as local police chief, defeating R.
B. (Bob' Milburn by a vote of
3,134 to 2.4*3 in the recent elec-
tion.
Approximately $35,000 has
been raisi y P Im Beach coun-
ty's 1946 Federated Jewish Char-
ities on behalf of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Frank Bayer is the new presi-
dent of the local B'nai B'rith, suc-
ceeding Dave Kate who served
two terms.
Miss Lillian Metz has been
added to the staff of Beth El Sun-
lay school.
Isaac Dobrow, 64, died recently
at a local hotel Survivors are his
widow. Mrs Lena Dobrow, a son.
William, and Mrs. Arthur Schoen,
of Palm Beach.
An anonymous donation of a
lot to be used as a new site for
Palm Beach's Temple Israel has
been announced by Dr. Carl N
Herman M ire than $20,000 has
been raised for the building fund
of which O. P. Gruner is chair-
man. Leon Goldsmith is presi- !
dent of the reform congregation.
Temple Beth El sponsored a
Purim ball Sunday night. Mrs
Maurice Moss was general chair-
man. Assisting were Mrs. Ira
May. Mrs. L. Auerbach, Mrs. A.
Muss, Mrs. H. Oppenheimer, Mrs.
D. Julius.
MJOC To Install Rabbi
Rabbi Murray Grauer will be
installed as spiritual leader of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation at a special ceremony
Sunday evening, April 7, to
which the community is being
invited.
Members of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association will par-
ticipate. Representatives of vari-
ous communal organizations will
attend.
After a long period of service
in the Pacific, Sgt. Marcus Cap-
lin has been discharged from the
Marines and has rejoined his
wife, the former Ann Dunn.
Lou Gold, leeent Army dis-
charge-, is again with his broth-
er, former Army Lt. Jerry Gold,
and his brother-in-law, Abe Do-
brow, directing motion picture
theatres in the Everglades.
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lch Will Honor
Irict Secretary,
ich Campaign
L Fisher, executive secre-
\[ the fifth district o B'nai
will be guest speaker at
Lch to bo given in his honor
le Strand restaurant, 1225
Lgton ave. 10 a.m. Sunday.
Connection with a local
iB'raith membership drive,
has as its goal 500 new
ers my April 1, Fisher is
ring with Harold Turk,
B'nai B'rith membership
nan; Paul L. Greene, Beach
membership chairman, and
Shayne, Sholom lodge
ership chairman.
lAbram L. Sachar, national
pr of B'nai B'rith Hillel
ktions, will be a principal
ir at It>e brunch.
leers and membership chair-
If Broward county and West
TBeach lodges, as well as
j of tli<' women's chapters,
Ittend. Also present will be
intatives from Sholem
the Miami Beach lodge,
iBnth Women of Sholem
the newly created Miami
Women, the Emma La-
fchapter, the Rose chapter,
_ Men's chapters and B'nai
[Youth groups.
old Turk is in charge of
kements.
Fisher, his wife, and their
(tcr, Sarah Louise, are va-
Jng at the Maxine hotel,
lare from Roanoke, Va.
+Je*lsltUrldk*n
PAGE FIVE
AIDS FOOD CONTROL
Frank L Weil president of the
National Jewish Welfare board,
has been appointed to the Na-
tional Famine Emergency coun-
PRAISED
hiNUED FROM PAGE ONE)
[for supervised recreation
lldren.
ortance of protection of
Jty groups and minority
interests was considered,
sufficient time prohibited
scussion and it was left for
re meeting.
rches and church leaders
urged to place special em-
Ion family worship and the
ance of all members of the
joining together in their
cil by President Truman. The
council, of which Herbert Hoover
is honorary chairman, seeks to,
prevent starvation in Europe by
reduction of food consumption
here. A call was issued earlier
this month to the people of this
country to eat 40 per cent less
wheat and 20 percent less fats.
religious experiences. This was
held as one of the major methods
to achieve a more wholesome
family life, the first line of de-
fense in any delinquency pro-
gram, Klass said.
A recommendation was made
to the Governor that a perma-
nent organization be set up to
assist communities in preventing
juvenile delinquency.
Klass noted the absence of rep-
resentatives of Jewish fraternal
organizations. Only other Jew-
ish representative present was
Dr. Carl N. Herman, president
of the Florida State Conference
of Social Work.
Victory Party Ends CJA
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kel, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Mrs.
Nat H. Hankoff.
Also Mrs. Morris Klass, Mrs.
Sol Leslie, Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs.
David Phillips, Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ncr, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Wm. D. Sin-
ger, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Alex
Van Straaten, Mrs. Sadye Rose,
Mrs. Sadye Oliphant, Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, Mrs. Murray Maurer,
Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, Mrs. Sophie Sch-
jwartz, Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Sam Blank, Miss Natalie
Sandra Frankel, Mrs. A. Good-
man, Mrs. Benjamin Kane, Mrs.
J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz have also been asked to
serve.
Sholem Sontup of New York,
representative of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, will be a special guest
at the victory celebration and
will bring the results of the
Greater Miami campaign to the
UJA, a major beneficiary of Mi-
ami's drive for funds for local,
national and overseas agencies.
"If we can reach our goal by
Sunday," Singer says, "we will
have the happiest celebration
ever held in this community and
BARUCH APPOINTED
President Truman's appoint-
ment of Bernard M. Baruch, 75-
year-old "park bench states-
man." as American representa-
tive on the United Nations
atomic energy commission
drew favorable comment from
Senators this week. The aged
financier has previously served
as adviser to six Presidents.
I want every worker to join us
with her husband or his wife."
Special invitations have been
mailed to campaign leaders and
workers encouraging them to
bring in all final returns and
participate in the celebration.
BISCAYNE TO STAGE
ALL-FLORIDA EVENT
Thirty-two of the state's best
racing greyhounds will compete
at the Biscayne Kennel club,
April 15-20, in the fourth renewal
of the All-Florida Championship
Stakes which this year will be-
come the richest greyhound
stakes ever in Florida and one
of the nation's richest of all
times. A purse of $5,000 has
been posted.
In the meantime, Biscayne
continues its record breaking
meeting with outstanding feature
races headlining each night's card
of 10 races that start at 8 p.m.
TO VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II:
If you are an honorably discharged veteran of World War
II and of the Jewish faith, you are eligible for membership in
our organization. We feel that we can be of real service to
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sincere welcome to join with us in our work.
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V0LUMMilrni 18, Florida. Friday, March 22. 1946
NUMBER 12
ADAR II 19. 5706
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A DISTURBING NEGLECT
With primary elections but several weeks away, it is
heartening to note that not one of our prominent organizations
has activated a movement to stimulate registration.
Several verv important legislative posts are to be fillea
Proper evaluation of candidates must be made to insure our
creche best representation posstble. When .his is done a,
in previous years, we will awaken to the fact that a substantial
number is ineligible to cast ballots.
It is surprising to find that B'nai Brith and the Jewish War
Veteran posts have not identified themselves much mote
strongly with pre-election activity. Both groups are well aware
of the far-reaching import of registration and voting.
There are still about two weeks in which to remedy the
situation. A quick campaign would be of inestimable value
to implement registration figures.
A DANGEROUS PHILOSOPHY
As the world grows smaller (if we are to believe the airline
advertisements', certain of our congressmen feel the necessity
of paring immigration down to a minimum. Such is the aim of
the Gosset bill which would cut the present 153,000 annual im-
migration quote in half.
Regardless of its economic manifestations, the bill contains
a dangerous philosophy At a time when we are pledged to
the internationalism of the United Notions Organization, ele-
ments of our leadership ate working at cross-purposes that will
undermine us before the peoples of the world. If we close the
United States behind a spite wall of nationalism, the people
who look to America to establish future peace will lose faith
with us.
In considering the bill, House Immigration committeemen
should remember that this country was founded on cultural
pluralism. Each wave of immigration has enriched our culture
by the introduction of new music, literature, customs, foods, etc.
If we decrease our immigration quota, we will exclude the pos-
sibility of continuing to revitalize that culture.
Supporters of the Gosset bill use the old-line argumen' that
immigrants present serious competition to the American labor
force Three significant facts discredit this notion:
1. In testifying against the bill, Judge Nathan D. Perlman,
representative of a broad segment of American Jewry, stressed
the point that rather than competing with Americans, immigrants
create new jobs through the introduction of inventions and the
esablishment of new firms and factories. Whole industries
e.g., the manufacture of pottery and the ready-made clothing
industryhave been developed by immigrant groups. Exclu-
sion of these potentials would inhibit an increase in the nation's
wealth.
2. "... while only a fraction of the immigrants are potential
job-seekers, all are actual consumers," Judge Perlman informed
the committee. Statistics over a period of years indicate that
not more than 58 per cent of immigrants seek employment in
this country. Yet, every immigrant needs commodities pro-
duced by American labor. Here, again, is an instance of job-
creation.
Furthermore, the immigrant does not become a liability__
financially or otherwiseon the general community The Na-
tional Refugee Service, the National Council of Jewish Women
in the case of Jewish immigrantsand agencies of other faiths
are equipped to aid the citizen-to-be in his economic, sociological
and psychological readjustment. Just last week, plans were in-
augurated to provide for local care of Jewish refugees who may
come to this area. In many cases, immigrants have relatives
in America who are willing to support them.
3. Significant in Dr. Perlman's testimony was the statement
that the excess of quota immigration over emigration was on
the average only 17,266 per year during the 20-year period
following the enactment of the Immigration Act of 1924 The
number of new residents has, to a certain extent, been balanced
by the number of persons leaving this country. The alarmists
who whine about the country being overrun by new labor
should have less to be alarmed about.
We have not touched upon the humane aspect of continued
immigration. We take for granted that American legislators
are humane, that they remember the Earl Harrison report and
the rest of the impassioned, but factual, testimony they have
heard regarding the homeless of Europe who demand new
homes. We shall know to what degree of humaneness and
logic they ascribe when they take action on Mr. Gosset's H n
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By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright. .945. J. T. A.)
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.nth of A
in
The


The
Thus we have
.1 ar'i
inn
Ad
S
nths
Jewish calei
QUESTION: What is the rea
son for having such leap years?
ANSWED: It
note thai nally then wen
no wall calend '!:'
and note
:; was up to thi Trib-
ertain
whctl I be a
states that there
were three | : ll"
rabbis would make .i
to be a "h ap
I Trai tate Rosh
i 21 i.i if it wa
i would not
n time bring the
. on, i ing) to the
; le mi Passovei. if it was
felt that the fruit-harvest would
not b dy in time to brini
"Bikurim" (offe | I the first
fruits) to the temple on IVnu
cost it it was felt that the spring
season un tin calendar would
: precede the a I
nge
Thi mdition woul I
: ally present Itself due to
the fact that the Jewish calen-
based upon the lunar yeai
which follows the revolutions of
n This type of year is
lar yeai which
ling to the revolu-
tion of tin1 sun. Every two oi
s it thus becan < m
sary to equalize the solar and
lunar years, Latei on when the
Je fixed by
' ical calculations a: w<
: t then evei leap yi ars
very nineti n year cycle.
QUESTION: Why is it ihal
only lhe month of Adar is dupli-
cated on "leap year"?
ANSWER: Several reasons
need for this condition
'' ill, it should be :
i .- I thi
' ths in Biblical literatun
lU" nth d...... hu-i,
ssovei
first of the mouths. Ad
: :' : the last and
' explicitlv
"twelftl
"",'"' : E thei I the, 37)
, '"/>' :' hav,
' i no,
' to be the lwaeJS
fs" '; ating Ad.,:, which
, "Will Of the Jewish
;,'" l;"K to the B,t,!e,
1 a

thus
twelfth
nan :
By BORIS SMOLAR
It can now be told that the reason why the Anal
Inquiry committee did not publish an interim res-
pected, is due to the disagreements among the mer^L*'
committee. It seems that they could not agree
selves with regard to some vital issues which they w
to touch upon, if an interim report were published Wvf"
was general agreement that the camps for displaced!
be cleared immediately, the dissension centered oj -
question of where the displaced lews should be American members of the Inquiry committee deroaS?'
do. n0,
numi i j,
Bible)
'i,s""h the relative
position .,f any of th,
Jg* ""lading the rn'onth*
Still another ,,.,.
Schmitt's novel.
It is like seeing a technicolor.
Not only does the character of
David (merge fully and clearly
"i the book, but also all the
major figures who cross his path
are clearly portrayed. Thus one
reads a modern novel portraying
friendship, love, bravery, pas-
sion, Intrigue, treachery, fear and
J'' human qualities which are
"I;, part of human nature, even
,;> >" old as
%J5SX. who *''" rcad Miss
*mitti novel will, no doubt,
'eel as one does when he sees
^e.M.,s playson thest
'I m modern dress. The
,;', somehow brings King
David his life, his love affairs
** Psychologically to our
50rbO to
life ,f -.-.. v..Ulu|51eaiiy i0 OUr
11 "f today. Much of its ab-
-'-^ntei-es, .sdefmitelydue
*"" ant style in which
" vo'ume is written.
Meeshonichnos '
ssflss mr5*: sy& ass -
creased u"l makm* u7- j Which r'Tf8' ^^ '
" Was thus -ons.dered niveriarui ^ With 8ad '
Palestine be mentioned in theP
interim report as a final solution
of the problem. The British in-
sisted that all European boun-
daries should be frozen for Jews
in order to prevent their further
infiltration into the American
and British zones. Judging from
the divergencies which develop-
ed among the members of the
Inquiry committee, it can be as-
sumed that there will be a ma-
jority and minority report when
the committee concludes its
hearings. The majority report
may recommend admission of all
the displaced Jews to Palestine
within a number of years, while
the minority report may make
more favorable recommenda-
tions.
Large-scale plans for advising
Jewish communities in Europe
with regard to fighting anti-
Semitism, and the restoration of
then legal lights are now being
made by the American Jewish
committee. A special office has
been opened in London by the
committee to conduct this work,
is the first time in the his-
tory cjf the American Jewish
committtee that it has opened
an office overseas to maintain
direct contact with Jewish com-
munities in Eprope and Africa.
The office is the result of the
recent conference of representa-
tives of Jewish communities con-
voked in London jointly by the
Anglo-Jewish Association and
the Ann rican Jewish committee.
BETWEEN COVERS:
A number of books have been
written on King David, but the
best of them is '"David the King,"
by Gladys Sehmitt, just publish-
ed by the Dial Press. This is a
rich portrait of the King of Israel,
drawn by a very gifted writer
who possesses the magic of the
pen in the same way as Rem-
brandt possessed the magic of the
brush. Miss Sehmitt sticks very
strictly to the facts about David
and his surroundings as related
m the- Bible. Yet no lover of the
Bible who read and reread the
of David a dozen times can
help being fascinated by Miss
tion" which patroll^
Semitic publications
In case you don't kno,,
sum of $280,000 in J3
commitments has ate*?,
sTrc.u wiihin tw SL
ard.s the $.100,000 needed,!
ltial expenses for the natal
radio hook-up for UptoTt
the radio commentator ka^,
hto anti-Jewish sentiment
it is now revealed that,
of the defendants of th,]
ington sedition trial
substantial financial
through Edward H. hwl
Boston, who died lastJuntl
at least three years, priori|
death. Hunter had acted J
channel for an unknown j
in subsidizing ami
groups and leaders dirftf
volved in the sedition
Hunter, whose front ora-
tion, "The Industrial DefensJ
Delation," was dissolved bjj
Massachusetts legislatureiaB
was one of the "pioneers"
organized anti-Semitiaj
America. The identity
benefactor he represented ij
known, but despite his
payments to the anti-S_
leaders continued until late|
year. His former secretary,!
lyn Tankard, replaced hims
disbursing agent.
Did you hear that
Vonsiatsky, who was one ii
most active agents in mail
liaison among anti-Semitic 1
ers throughout the world, I
now been released on
He was convicted in June, 1
for conspiring to help
American military secrets to)
pan and Germany. He cant
this country as a penniless, 1
Russian refugee in 1921
started a publication named'
Fascist," which ceased
at the end of 1941.
A new German group caati(
to existence last month in 1
York city under the name'
German-American World 111
Veterans." Among the fintl
tivities of this group wail
monstration of sympathy b\
three anti Semites, Hoi
Maertz, Ernest Elmhurst
Kurt Mertig, who were.'
to prison terms for son
"Ritual Murder" and other I
Semitic literature at I
meeting of the Christian!
Italian Jews Negotk* j
For Job Compensate
ROME (JTA)Althoujl
ernment employees
from their jobs because
anti-Jewish laws have
instated and received
tion for the time lost
tions are still proceeding
regard to employees of
enterprises.
There is no legislation!
ing employers to reinstate I
sons dismissed under tM
laws, but the Union oi
Communities in Italy na
discussing with the goiew
means of recompensing s"*
ployees. Up to now, no
ment has been reached-
As far as property is I
all real estate, business
prises, and other
property conf.seated 9* (
have been returned isg
inal owners. Nothing
done, as yet, conce
turn of personal Pr7,-^|
the Union of Je*,sJ;i^p
ties is also meeting *'""
ernment on this mstter-


MARCH 22. 1946
* A nisi Ikridictn
PAGE SEVEN
fc^DonH Have Monopoly on White Paper
tries of access on equal terms to culoahlr- in thic ,-c
b MILTON BROWN
tentative of the World
V Congress reported last
hat he had seen a secre
e of the State department
tonsular representatives to
t very slow, in issuing
It immigrants,
[quota laws have almost
ItoD to immigration as it
lit appears that even the
Lall number legally auth-
Lc not going to have an
j, entering. The: factof
itcr is that the White Pa-
palcstinc is only one of
White Papers. All the
todav dosed to the inl-
and perhaps it is this
makes the fight againit
lestine White Paper even
gnificant than it normally
bo.
uoon a time the world
Liriy open place. Bernard
Cards once told the story
the old Jew, laden with
going up to the ticket
the railroad station.
nt a ticket," said the
cket to where," said the
Ikes no difference, just so
ket."
. know of any story that
zes more poignantly the
of the Jew. He had to
ing all the time. And as
estination, well, one place
9e as good as another
ad.
ft least in the old days,
ere places where he could
(temporary havensome-
Vhich the displaced Jews
German and Austrian
Icannot find today. We
a new term today
ed persons." There are
of thousands of people
ategory of Edward Ever-
l's story, "The Man With-
ountry."
1882. as Prof. R. Davie of
a little booklet distrib-
the Public Affairs corn-
points out, the doors of
were open to the immi-
herever he might come
Then slowly the country
closing its doors. First,
little bit, then it began
who was coming. If
ne from certain lands
lusia or Italy, the door
pt open just a crack, so
would have difficulty
ezing through.
Javie points out that the
question has assum-
W significance in connec-
|th plans for establishing
rTinR peace. The Atlantic
he points out, "guaran-
enjoyment of all coun-
tries of access on equal terms to
the raw materials of the world."
The free movement of goods, he
says, is not unrelated to the free I
movement of people.
It is a significant fact that the
most acute of economic depres-
sions came when the highest wall
against the goods of other na-
tions and the people of other |
lands had been erected. We erect- i
ed these tariff walls and these
immigration walls in the thought
of protecting ourselves. Instead
of protecting walls, the nations
found they had built wailing
walls.
Somehow when freedom of
movement is allowed, gross eco-
nomic evils have a tendency to
relieve themselves somewhat, as
the westward movement of our
own American people in earlier
days tended to produce a more
stabilized economy.
There are countries far more
culpable in this respect than the
United States. Israel Zangwill
once wrote of the continents who
"in their modesty" have mistaken
themselves for countries. Such
lands as Australia, for example,
or Canada. They could double
or quintuple their population
without being crowded. They
cannot forever go on monopoliz-
ing such vast areas for so few
people.
The fight against the White
Paper in Palestine, in a certain
sense, is a fight for this very
thinga fight for opening the
doors of the whole world again
to whoever may wish to come.
We remember what the English
said when the Pope claimed the
new world. They asked the Pope
to show them the deed in which
God Almighty had given him
title to the land. God Almighty
never gave anyone an exclusive
deed to unoccupied land, he said.
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Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen
announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Linda Iris, March 7 at Jack-
son Memorial hospital. Mrs.
Cohen is now staying at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926
15th st Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rappaport, formerly of Miami,
announce the birth of their son,
Stephen Mark, in Washington,
D. C. The Bris will be held
Sunday. Mr. Rappaport is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rappaport of 1765 S. W. 16th
ter. .
Linda Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, 820
N. E. 83rd st., was born Feb. 21.
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FORMER ZOA HEAD
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Rabbi Goldstein is cochairman
of the United Jewish Appeal and
of the United Palestine Appeal.
He holds important posts in Jew-
ish and interfaith work.
Shortly after cessation of hos-
tilities in Europe in 1945, he
made an extended tour through
the concentration camps. His
first-hand investigation of Jew-
ish conditions there revealed that
the great majority of European
Jewry desires to establish their
homes in Palestine.
>onor
ANIS.CHEWITZ
5V
OBITUARIES
RUBIN
Jacob Rubin, 56, president of Local
339. International Ladles Garment
Worker*' Union, and member of the
executive board of the Central Labor
Union, died Saturday In a hospital.
Rubin, who ilved at 835 N. W.
Seventh ave.. had resided In Miami
for 20 years. He was a veteran leader
In the garment workers' union In this
area, and was an active worker In
the Dade county chapter of the Amer-
ican Red Cross.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Maria
Rubin: two sons, Capt. Norman and
l*vt. Harold Rubin, of the Army; a
daughter. Mrs. Herbert Huff. New
York city; four brothers, Including
Eilwin Rubin. Miami; two sisters and
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin,
Miami.
Services were held Monday In the
Cordon chapel with burial In Ml
Nebo cemetery.
GOLDBERG
Morris I'lncus Goldberg, 56. died
Sunday at his home, 542 Jefferson
ave., Miami Beach. He came from
The Bronx. N. Y.. seven years ogo.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mollle
Goldberg; three sons, George H.. Fred-
erick and Kmanuel. and two (laugh-
ters, Mrs. Anna Lnskln and Mrs.
Julia I^evlne, all of Miami Beach.
Services were held Sunday afternoon
at the Riverside Memorial chapel
with burial In Mt. Slnal cemetery.
AMG Gives Preference
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
gram announced last week, many
persons are needed to fill im-
portant posts such as public pros-
ecutors, and judges of trial and
appellate tribunals.
The law provides that such
positions be filled by persons who
are known anti-Nazis, at least 30
years old, and with some knowl-
edge of legal procedure. The
political carties have been given
the job of nominating candidates,
although the burgomeister in in-
dividual communities may also
nominate some.
Although preference will be
given to qualified Jews and some
have applied, Binder does not ex-
pect that there will be many
Jews on his staff, because there
are not many Jews in the prov-
ince. Weisbaden, for instance,
has only 140.
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PAGE EIGHT
9-Je^htncrMfL
Three Artists Present
Jewish Music Night
The Lord is My Shepherd,"
composition of the late Arnold
Volpse, founder of the University
of Miami symphony orchestra,
will be included on the Jewish
music program at the Miami Y
Sunday evening. It will be sung
by Mrs. Leo Huberman, mezzo
soprano.
Also appearing on the program
will be Gerard Haft and Leon
Kushner. Haft, cellist and con-
ductor, will play Ernest Blochs
"Kol Nidre" and "Hebraic Medi-
tations." He has appeared as
soloist with Arthur Fiedler and
the Boston Pops orchestra and
conducted orchestras in Salz-
burg. Rotterdam and the Hague.
A native of Holland, he taught
music at Smith college and re-
ceived the legion of merit medal
for his service with the U.S.
Army.
Kushner has performed two
piano recitals at Town Hall. He
was a teacher at the Manhattan
Music school and is now associ-
ated with the Normandy school
His selections Sunday evening
will include Mendelssohn's 'Var-
iations."
Mrs. Huberman is chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Cul-
tural committee which is arrang-
ing this and two other concerts
of Jewish music. She was a stu-
dent at the Curtis institute, was
graduated from Juiliiard gradu-
ate school and has appeared in
operas, concerts and on the radio.
Mrs. Huberman will sing a group
of Palestinian Horas.
The concert opens the Y's ser-
ies of free monthly meetings for
adult members. Ben Essen, adult
activities chairman, will speak on
the history of Jewish music.
Similar concerts will be civen
at the Beach Y March 30 and the
Normandy school March 31.
Maanes Urges BinationalM State
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
the authority-why d.dn'1: you
allow them to come. Janies
MacDonald defended the commit-
tee. declaring that its dec.s.on not
to issue an interim report did not
mean that "we did not feel keen-
ly" concerning the refugees.
'The British governments re-
fusal to admit displaced Jews to
Palestine. Magnes charged, had
created meat bitterness in the
heart of every Jew. "It is no
wonder." he continued, "that UK
highly idealistic Jewish yoaui
took uo guns and bombs. Re-
plying to Sir Frederick Leggetl
tnittee consisting of British Co-
chairman Sir John Singleton,
Major Manningham-Buller and
; l Frank Buxton, which leaves to-
Say. three Jewish <"?$ m0rTOW for Iraq, a delegation of
Anglo-American Committee 01
Inquiry on Palestine.
Each made a hasty onc-m.nute
speech, the substance of which
was that "we are Syrians, Ike
,,0,v Othei Syrian. We enjoy
full 'freedom. We aie Prospe-
rs and well treated. We have
no relationship whatsoever with
the Zionist movement."
In an apparent attempt to
shield the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem,
the stenographic record of the
Anglo-American Inquiry commit-
tee's hearings has omitted a re-
mark by Atini Bey Abdul Had!,
they underwent the same mili-
taristic excitement as the whole
world. Isn't American youth be^
ing given military training"
Nevertheless, I recommend bring-
ing of these youth? here, because J
here they won't fight."
Amid reports that a high Syr- |
ian government official met with
Jewish community lead< rs last
V, i i k and instructed them as to ,
what they might and might not |
FINANCE DIRECTOR
official record of last Tuesday's
hearings was made public.
South African Jews revealed that
Marshal Jan Christian Smuts,
Prime Minister of the Union of
South Africa, has submitted a
memorandum on the Palestine is-
SUe to the inquiry committee.
Before taking off for Haifa,
Lord Morrison visited the Holon
settlement, south of Tel Aviv, to
inspect a Jewish Agency housing
project there.
The two units of the inquiry
committee remaining in Palestine
while the others visit the Levant
and Iraq, consist of Sir Frederick
Wilfred Crick, and
Richard Cross-
ips, and Frank
former group
les and settle-
ments to study the economic
problems facing the country. The
problems, u ^
visit the Latrun detenii.
lor political prisonS'l*]
_ will inspect prison condit
Appearing" before'a sub-corn- latter group will study social and' speak with the detained
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MARCH
Two Local De
Att"d JCRS pj
Mrs. Rose Lev,
%
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Scott win aUen;^s
n"al convention 0Il>
Consumptives Reli..
^w York, mJJJJJI
Lvy President J
Scott financial .
Greater Miami chant. '
society which Jjfjj
culosis sanitarium in rw*
On Monday even!?11
of the local ehap
the home of Mrs. Wi]'
vine, program chairm, I
Ocean dr., to formfe*
a card party. PM
health
Jerome L. Lery is national di-
rectoi of the two and a half year
old combined campaign of the
-
Ready
Several hundred Red Cross
chapters the country over now
re engaged in the forest fire pre-
vention program undertaken dur-
ing 19+6 at request of the U.S.
forest Service. Extensive studies
of disaster hazards are beine
made by the Red Cross to provide
comminities with practicable dis-
aster prevention help.
L'l :' Ami rican Hebrew Con-
gregations and the Hebrew Union
i' I" ge, Levy is a brother of Sol
J. Levy and Mrs. Victor Buka.
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+Jt*vl*t> fhrXUan
PAGE NINE
ws Being "Tried" by Inquiry Committee
By MEYER LEVIN
IFM (JTA) Bv Wireless
Lniv on.' topic of discussion
L .,. ,,, Jewish citizens eag-
|U- slightest clue to the im-
0, Chaitn Weizmann had
Le'Anglo-American Commit-
Uj.vdii Palestine by his testi-
|r' i
|wl, was within a block of
, 4 building where the com-
Ihi-iii-inus wire held, offers
John Singleton cupped
Jchard Crossman crossed his
|t was an American member
bd.
knowing rumor is that the
was seriously impressed by
leasonableness and patience
Jfemann's tone. The word
bd Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,
Settlements, that they were
y impressed. But all I can
witness to the sessions is a
bund sense of the miserable
ol the human spirit when
fcst tragedy of the world's
Iplc plays itself out in the
little lecture hall in an at-
Jdespite the most intense
[bi'twi'i >n the hearers and the
[thai is one of quibbling and
pleading that would better suit a mis-
demeanor court than a jury deciding
the fate of a people.
During five hours of testimony. I
could not exercise from my mind the
image of a group of surviving Jews,
gathered in a barren, broken Leipzig
room shortly after the liberation, ask-
ing: "How long? How long must we
still wait?"
Their nerves were already then at
the breaking point and I simply did
not have the heart to tell them what
I already knew that it would be a
matter of months before they could
go anywhere to start a new life. I
said, "maybe a few weeks," and I
escaped from Leipzig. I escaped from
Europe being unable to face their
questions.
It is nearly a year now, and they
are no nearer an answer.
I am in the further position of a
prophet unhappily proven right since,
in an article in the Nation last sum-
mer, I foretold that these hundred
thousand survivors would be heart-
lessly turned into a political issue with
Zionist opponents talking about mil-
lions of Jews overrunning Palestine
and outnumbering and kicking out the
Arabs. While the admission of the
survivors would not even seriously ap-
proach giving the Jews a majority, the
entire debate has swung off onto the
question of a Jewish state and po-
litical Zionism.
Practically all the questions to Weiz-
mann had the sharpest anti-Zionist
flavor, often seeming to be more of an
inquisition than an inquiry, seeming
to be trying to trap the witness into
an admission that the Jews dreamed
of statehood, as though this were the
rankest heresy.
I was also astonished by the lack
of psychological perception of the Jew-
ish question by some of the committee
members who, after months on this
subject, should be experts, but still
don't understand how the self-respect
of Jews outside of Palestine would be
bolstered by the knowledge that a
Jewish National Home was an accom-
plished fact. ,
Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson. the
American co-chairman, seemed greatly
troubled trying to understand how
"such a strange metamorphosis" could
come about in the Jewish character
just by knowing they had a home.
Weizmann's answers, in a low voice
frequently unheard by the spectators,
gave the impression of a great, some-
what despairing man persisting in hope
despite a lifetime of disappointments,
making one final effort to explain for
the millionth time what life itself had
made utterly clear.
In the rear of the crowded little hall,
were Zionists who had spent a life-
time laboring here. They crowded in
anxiously, trying to see and hear the
fateful proceedings, trying to read the
polite, impassive faces of the twelve
men so oddly selected to influence and
perhaps decide the history of a folk.
One could not help contrasting it
with the imposing setting of that other
trial resulting from the war. Nurem-
berg and Jerusalemand by the most
brutal irony, one could not help realiz-
ing that Jerusalem, too, had an atmos-
phere of a trial for war guilt rather
than of an inquiry into the sufferings
caused by the war.
When an inquirer suggested that
some of the Jews in the survivors'
camps were said to have a nationalist
intensity resembling fascism, the per-
versity of the world's treatment of the
survivors came down on the spectators
like a wall.
The only hopeful note in the room
was the ugly chromeo of a rainbow.
Maybe this was an assurance that the
world is not trying a case here in
which Nuremgerg is innocent and
Jerusalem guilty.
iWEGO REFUGEES AT HIAS
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(irew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society
i sheltering more than 100 former Inhabitants of
Port" at Oswego, N. Y., who were admitted to
pd Slates for permannt stay three weeks ago.
|W8 group at noon-day meal.'
Invited
lent Seder
Convalescent soldiers
thf Biltmore hospi-
ts at the annual
bvtr Seder, April 16.
Ited .luting capacity,
pill be limited to the
. University of Miami
fcording to Rabbi Al-
t, director.
F is financed mainly
B'nai B'rith. Tickets
kcured from Rabbi
he Hillel house. Fam-
to be hosts to stu-
?ir Seders have been
P arrangements with
fcbbatfl services will
w Hillel house this
P.m. Recent events
Wat,o included an
P\ Abram l. Sachar,
fetor 01 Hillel, last
Miss Nissa Gittel-
'' Wa Optner were
NAZIS MAKE EXCUSES
NUREMBERG (JTA)As the
defense of the 20 Nazis accused
of war crimes at the Allied trial
here continues to unfold, it is
becoming more and more evident
that many of the defendants will
attempt to base their case on
claims of having protected Jews,
or at least of not having played
an active part in their extermi-
nation in Germany and German-
occupied Europe.
Jewish Revival
Is Author's Topic
The dramatic tale of rescue and
restoration, story of Jewish re-
vival in Palestine, will be heard
when 'Marie Syrkin, lecturer,
author and teacher, appears un-
der the auspices of the combined
groups of the Pioneer Women's
Organizations of Greater Miami
Monday evening at Lilley's res-
taurant. This is the seventh an-
nual donor dinner given by the
local groups.
Mrs. Gertrude Faber, general
chairman, and Mrs. Max Shapiro,
program chairman, have arrang-
ed the event, which will include
a number of musical and dance
selections.
Mrs. I. Shapoff, phone 4-4034;
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 2-3947, and
Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 2-2730, are
accepting reservations.
Sholem Lodge Plans
Moonlight Cruise
according to
Plans for its election meeting
in April will be made by board
members of the Greater Miami
chapter. National Home for Jew-
ish Children, at a luncheon meet-
ing II a.m. Tuesday in lh home
of Mrs. Jerry Alexander, 1334
S.W. 18th st.
A moonlight boat ride will be
sponsored by Sholem lodge of
B'nai B'rith Thursday evening,
E. Albert Pallot,
. president. Ar-
rangements are
being made by
Marx Feinberg
and his commit-
tee. The boat
Seven Seas"
has been chart-
ered for mem-
;bers and their
amilies and will
leave City Yacht
Basin, Pier 8, at
9 p.m.
A limited number of tickets
are available and may be re-
served by calling the B'nai B'rith
office, 3-6306. Dancing, enter-
tainment and refreshments will
highlight the cruise.
Marx Feinberg
Mori* night will be held by
the Emanon club of the Miami
Y Wednesday erening at the Y
building, according to George
Siegel, president. Membership in
the organisation is open to young
adults.
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On Wednesday evening, the
film "Of Mice and Men" was
shown. Latest edition of the
foundation's newspaper, "Hillel
Light," edited by Irving Gerin-
ger, is being distributed this
week.
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by the HIAS People's Tourist
committee 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Miami Beach Senior High
school.
Yiddish, Hebrew and Russian
songs will be sung by Cantor
Emanuel Barkan, who will be
accompanied by Miss Anyuta
Melicov. The program will also
include Palestinian, Yiddish and
Hebrew melodies sung by the
| Jewish Folk Chorus, under the
direction of Louis Powesky.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker. Chairman for the
evening is Joseph L. Tepper, who
heads the Tourist committee. Ex-
pense for the concert is being
paid by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mil-
ler and the entire profits will go
to the Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid society which
helps in the resettlement of im-
migrants
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F&IDAY,
LEGAL NOTICES
VOTICE 18 MKIIKHT (1IVEN that
.I.,' iiiulrl ilmad, .l-wlrltiK to encase In
under it"- flrtltlua name of
,, niv; i.-,.l.t SM.i'l. Inteml to reKlNter aald
. ,.. clerk of the Circuit
. i ..,,!. County, Florida.
M \\ MORrUfl MARVIN
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I mderi-lgned, deslrtnic to fiiKHKo In
.:,!. the flrtltloua name of
M \KKirr. at lino n. w. 3rd
\ Muiiii ma. Intend to re*iat-r
in the Clerk of the Clr-
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IRVING MOM
MANUEL MOSS
H MtRY I'lKTZ
s.. ne; for ,M>i>llrant.
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NEW YORK CHAIRMEN OF IDA
OSCAR M. LAZARUS left, chairman oi the board of iRectors
of the Benrus Watch Co., and EDMUND WATERMAN nghO,
of E. Waterman & Co.. food exporters, have beer, named 94b
executive chairmen of the New York cai a in behalf ot
the Joint Defense Appeal. Since 1941. the Joint De:
peal has served as the fund-raising arm and coordinating
body of the Americcn Jewish con::. "na-
tion League of B'nai B'rithmaking possible the activities of
the two agencies in fighting anti-Semitism and in safeguard-
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Rimers to Honor *letic d.rector
UOClOr OOn Herman Polansky
Mr. ana Mrs. Benjamin Rimi r,
1669 Jefferson ave., will h
open housi fi m 3 till 6 ; m Sun-
dy hoi t ::. Dr H
B. F.
from Emi Medical
school last weeken I in Atlanl
Mr. and Mrs. Rii r atl :ided
the graduation and w en
panied home by their son. He
will be here until M< nday
he will leave for Ni city
to intern at Lincoln hospital,
Dr. Rime: was graduated fi
Miami Beach Senior Hi^h school
and received his bachelor of arts
degree from Emi is a mem T, h With
ber of Phi Delta Epsiloi
fraternity and Alpha Epsil ti Pi J I three and a half
social fraternity and holds thi best spe-
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I, mUtned. il.slrlna; to "na In
i. luvenlle Furniture business under
..,.. name "f TODDLER'S OP
MIAMI, ll MOO B W. Mh Street,
Mi ,mi. Florida, Intenda to renlster
mie with the Clerk of the Clr-
UH Court "f Dade County. Florida.
AI.EXANIER WINNICK.
Sole Owner.
a-tt 4/5____________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
h. underlined, dealrlnar to encage In
under the fictitious name "f
is VARIETY BTORE. at 1649
\ w lid Ave., Miami. Intend to
mid name with the Clerk of
fin ii Court of l>ad County,
" oca ...1-s.tz
MAItGAKET IjrSTTZ
M \i:x FEINBERO,
for Applicants.
\,.|'|i-|: IS HKUKI'.Y GIVEN that
Ihe undi i n I -
; .l.r the fictitious name of
I A Hill PRODUCTS, at 46 N. W.
Kirs! Btreet, Miami. Florida, and In-
realater the wild fictitious
ime i' the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Florida.
EVE K.MFMAN
ANNA FKCTKOFF
ESTHEK FKCTKOFF
Sole Owners
i ;l"' iROE I'llEItTK" >F
Vttorney for Applicants
j :: 3-1-s-io-22
notice is hereby given that
Hi. undersigned, deslrlne, to engage In
islneas under Ihe fictitious name of
. VHLES SHOE BTORE, at 2202 Ponce
I. l-..n Blvd.. Coral Cables. Fla.. In-
I- ic register said name with the
k ..f the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EMANUEL REIDERMAN
Sole Owner
Army medical corps.
Your RED CROSS
must carry on!
cial on the Mi-
ami Bei post la t yeai.
SEEK DESERTER
IS HERE
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Information conci rning the
its of (I. raid Mandell,
20, is light by the Na
tional Desertl
anthropic aid society 1 ted at
67 West 47th st. New York.
Alleged to bi ni
ida now, Mandi 1! has been liv-
ing apart fn n his nd
and failed to con-
tribute to their
Di 1945,
He is .-:>. feet I ... is 1C4
pounds, has light brown hair.
green ;. |ecte(j
the cen-
tal ippei lip,
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the undersigned, desiring to engage
! isinesa under the fictitious name
' new \Y TOWEL si'PPLY at
Florida, Intend to register
ime with the Clerk of the Clr-
ir( of I>ade County. Florida.
FlyORENCE S EATON
W R EATON
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i ligned, desiring to mirage In
under the flctllloua name of
COMMERCIAL UKKIUCJERATION
MAINTENANCE Intend to register
ime with the Clerk of the Clr-
C of 1 Hole County, Florida.
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the underslcned, di-Kirtnc Vel
In tiunlneas under the tl'-J
of TOl'R VALET, at lainF
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later aald name with the CMI
Circuit Court of Dade I'oool
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Miami. Florida, Intend to:
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PAGE ELEVEN
HE MAIL BOX .
[, week's issue of the
, I have noted that my
|as included on a com-
L select a location for a
Lgogue for Beth David.
tmy name was included
Ly consent. In fact I
of'apioup who are defi-
lpposod to liquidate the
Beth David location, al-
Ve arc in full accord that
Synagogue in the South-
fcation would serve the
[Southwest Jewish popu-
, your editorial com-
lu stated that "Had Beth
ended to remain at its
[site there would surely
U another Synagogue in
bosed area." That argu-
vrrv inconsistent. By
; logic, you could apply
- downtown area, to the
fsite of the Beth David,
eft the downtown area,
[any Synagogue to serve
Ljsh community in this
area and the hundreds of people
who come in for "Kadish" or a
"Yortzeit" and also to the multi-
tude of members living in the
Northwest area.
It is very ironic to see a Jew-
ish group who are inflated with
the spirit of "expansion" and
"big business" deliberately plan
to liquidate a religious institu-
tion in the downtown area, when
our Christian friends still main-
tain their Gesu church, White
Temple, Lutheran Emanuel
church, Church of Christ, Luth-
eran, Trinity Methodist, First
Presbyterian, etc., all in the
downtown area. How much more
appropriate it would have been
if an expansion program in a
revival of traditional Judaism
would take place to make better
Jews of us and fill the present
empty Synagogue daily, instead
of building expensive, magnifi-
cent Temples for the sole pur
pose of occupying them three
times a year on the Holy days.
Sincerely,
HYMAN SOOTIN.
/. D. C. Forwards Mail From Poland
Jordan Agreement
led Finished
JN (JTA)Negotiations
Emir Abdullah, ruler of
fdan. and the British gov-
have been concluded,
reported this week,
"authoritative diplomatic
The agreement, which
I independence for Trans-
| will I"' signed "in the
days," the British news
laid.
pnir conferred here with
Khonry, chief Syrian
to the United Nations,
till in London. It is un-
that the talks have not
th the project of Greater
vhich would embrace
fransjordan, Lebanon,
i and Iraq.
the agreement between
bdullah and the British
ent, the Arab Legion as
the Transjordan Frontier
(rill remain under the
lion of a British com-
[even after the independ-
Transjordan is pro-
The Transjordan armed
fill continue to be sup-
the British and will be
ritish control.
^s' Father Dies
am P. Cannes, director
furrau of Jewish Educa-
for Now York Tuesday
W the funeral of his
lany Polsky.
ilsky. a businessman and
scholar, died Monday
llhe ae of 65. Mr. Gannes
|rn to Miami next week.
rhouoht of Everything At
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1 Lande Orchestra
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Spinoza Forum to Hear
Lecture On Russia
"America and Russia: Rivals
or Allies" will be discussed by
Dr. Harry F. Ward, author, lec-
turer and teacher at the Spinoza
forum, 1059 Collins ave., at 3
p.m. Saturday.
On Tuesday evening Charles
H. Lee will lecture on "The
Sun." Next Saturday afternoon,
Rabbi David Hale Gross of Tem-
ple Emanuel, Hollywood, will re-
view "Spinoza: a Life of Rea-
son," which was written by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, founder and
director of the forum.
Fraternal Order
Sponsors Lectures
Moishe Katz, Yiddish writer,
and Z. Weinper, Yiddish poet,
both from New York, will appear
in lectures this weekend under
the auspices of the Jewish Peo-
ples' Fraternal order, lodge 192.
Mr. Katz will discuss "The
World Situation Today" at Mi-
ami Beach Public school, 14th st.
and Washington ave., at 8 p.m.
this evening.
"Our Cultural Obligations to
the Jewish People in Europe" is
the subject Mr. Weinper will
speak on Sunday evening at the
school.
Question and answer periods
will follow the lectures.
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub hat
been named chairman of the
Fiesta of Stan, annual event of
the Dade county Federation of
Women's clubs, which will be
held at the Clover club A^ril 3.
Proceeds of the affair, a fash-
ion parade and show, are used
each year to provide scholarships
to the University of Miami.
II. M. .ii-i-i-mi.m. right, General Secretary of the < .in.iili.in Jcwioh (!on-
stress, presi mi- to I niiin II. Sohel, left. Assistant Secretary of the Joint
Distribution Committed some of the 3,000 letters from Polish Jews to
relatives in the I mini Stales which Mr. (luiaermati brought with liim on
his return lust week from a Iwo-month investigation of the living condi-
tion* of the surviving Jews of Poland. The J.D.C Personal Inquiry
Bureau is now forwarding the letters to the addressees. Mr. ('aiserman
praised the J.D.C for shipping large amounts of food, clothing and
medicines to distressed Jews in Poland. These supplies are being distrib-
uted in the main through the Central Jewish Committee of Poland, and
through a second committee representing Poland's orthodox Jewish com-
munities. An active partner in the J.D.C program in Poland is the I'niled
Jewish Refugee & War Relief Agencies of Canada, the fund-raising
agency of Canadian Jews.
EDUCATION IS TOPIC
A discussion of the quality of
modern education will conclude
the current adult institute of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center at 9
p.m. Wednesday.
Guest speakers will be Rabbi
Albert Michels, director of the
University of Miami Hillel foun-
dation, and Sidney Ellison, prin-
cipal of Miami Beach Senior
High school. Abraham Gannes,
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will act as moderator.
A Lecture by
MOISHE KATZ
on
"THE WORLD SITUATION
TODAY"
Will Be Given
Friday, March 22nd
At 8:00 P. M.
At the
Miami Beach Public School
Washington Ave. and 14th St.

On
Sunday, March 24th
At 8:00 P. M.
Z. WEINPER
Will Deliver a Lecture on
"OUR CULTURAL OBLIGA-
TIONS TO THE JEWISH IN
EUROPE"
At the
Miami Beach Public School
Washington Ave. and 14th St.
(Both lectures under the aus-
pices of Lodge 192, Jewish
Peoples' Fraternal Order)
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With OwFJjmWk
New Member Is
Admission Price
Headless Haman Attends
March,
Paul Lukas' current role
RKO's "Deadline At Dawn'
probably the first instance
perfect type-casting the
has experienced during hi
motion picture career. Those
know him best tell me that the
personlity of the cab driver he
portrays in his starring role
closely parallel his own. The cab
driver is a philosopher, e hum-
orist and a patient man who does
not become upset by the actions
of the people with whom he rubs
elbows. He is a naturalized citi-
zen who knows and appreciates
the country of his adoption.
Danny Kaye pets back to Hol-
lywood this week, and his fare-
well at N.V.'s Paramount theatre
must really have been something.
At his last show, f'rinstance. he
sang and kidded around with the
audience for two and a half
hours! People showered him
with gifts and at the end of the
whole audience sang Auld Lang
syne" with him!
A seventy-nine-year-old wom-
an the other day sent a n
to Eddie Cantor lor tickets to his
broadcast as she was anxious to
see the program before entering
a hospital to undergo a serious
operation. Eddie, touched bj I i
plea and pleased to have such
an ardent admir I the tick-1
ets back by special n
With all the talk about the, ^.^ Mem.
One .u.. u\..,.-n division, Ami man
com- ber Brunch." an annual
might be Of interest. One | ,h(, Women's division.
e actor beautliui starlit night when the ^ Congress, will be held at
is entire, scientist was strolling the irince- ,.h Cente,
=* Ba-w-.w- rjrix *.......--
Anyway. THAT the atom can- n0 charg0 0ther than bringing,
not destroy!" I one more new men I i
Albert Lewin. producer this ^ ^ wi|] de.
SS^BSKSi the intercultura, objective
for director Albert Lewin's forth-1 0f Qi ngress in her discuss
ig film. "Bel Ami." He re- "New Horizons." She will be to-
lly suffered the usual writ-1 troduced by Mrs. Benjamin Sher-
ry, program
. n of the afl Miss
er's pangs when seme of his best
hit the iraste basket!
Producer-director-writer Bin
Hecht has left II f"f
New York, where he will discuss
sale policies on his initial produc-
er Republic Studios. "Spec-
tre of the Rose' with the com-
s home office executives,
after which he will go to his
in Nyack, N V. where he
Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. G i
don Wolkenberg, who will be as-
sisted by the Mesdames I Bren-
ner. E. Baskind, L. Cohn, J. En-
gel. T Firestone, E Gottlieb, A.
man, L. Glasser, L. Green-
. I) Harris, J Kimball, L.
Kimball, S Leslit. M, Maurer, L
Rabinowitz. M. Rabinowitz, P.
will spend five months. During I Salmon. I. Silberlicht. J. Soifer,
[that time he plans to write the I a. E. Wolfe, B. Zimmerman.
his next two pic
tures as well as his autobiogra-
phy, which he will pen under
the title, "A Child of the Cent-
ury."
Fi nk L iess< r is wi iting four
songs which Betty Hutton will
introduce in "Perils of Pauline,"
lavish Paramount techn:
picture based on the life of Pear
CHAPLAIN HONORED
MANILA. March 8 (Spe
to the Jewish Floridian)Mili-
tary personnel and repress nta-
tives of the Manila civilian com-
munity paid tribute to Chaplain
Colman A Zwitman in a tcsti-
After the program, the tottering Wh.,te> rfuJ tue*n ': the monial farewell meeting to the
he] early serials Three of the songs chaplain upon his return to the
woman
and the
grateful soi ted Cant i nfn,';t>
his 8 room. "Mr. Cant '..' Is, hi!,Iad- Thls assignment
noy I don-t can : Frankie s first s.nce his re-
to me." |v said in ,:' Armv- for which
ivering voice. "Foi ,TOle thtf "dely-hailed in-
wanted t sei th. Mad Russian." '.. wdung song. "Roger
SI Brendan'.- *oun Incidentally, he is also
Boys' choir this veek n "er of the well-remem-
the Hebrew chanl Ahavas :'':,,i Pr":s" The Lord and Pass
Olom.' : : th. syn '..-' munition."
with Larry Park plavs th< :: was 'cllmg about
: a: Jolson) in "The j tain agent famous for allow-
Story" at Columbi I Jew- '"8 mends to outfumble him for
ish : k. "I feel for the
nounciation of the Hebrew u rds :'1,,,w- sympathized Harpo, "he
were perfect' owl *!) lmPl'dlme,n in his
Th. ry about REACH"
the Jewish wh--------------------------
To Review Prize Novel
department. A : ter thi ,ura
department chief approached the ,._ --------
produce) ided "Why "'-ore the Sun Goes Down."
don't j an actor out M 28,000 M-G-M
him" : l novel contest, will be re-
To which the producer bv Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
"Oh. I couldn't, becausi if you "' tne Fn,ia>' Review series, 1:45
think he can't write, you
to see how he can act'"
The scripts of radio broadcasts E'"abeth Metzgar Howard, also
written, produced and directed' received the Doubleday-Doran
by CBS' Norman Corwin remain >:noo award for her novel,
alive long after they leave the "rs- L""ard Kimball will pre-
aii. The National Museum of Sldt-' at ,n'' meeting, which is
ie recently requested the h>' the Women's di-
script of Norman's broadcast on vlsion of the American Jewish
Czechoslovakia, "The Long Congre88,
Name No One Could Spell." The
script of "New York, A Tapes-
try For Radio" reposes in the
Museum of the City of New
Yoik, and "We Hold These
Truths to Be Self Evident" has
an honored place in Library of
Congress!
Uniti I -
Cl uj lain Zw tman, on leave
Temple Israel, re-
gion for his
work with s< Idlers of all faiths
during his servi :e in the Philip-
pines since September, 1945, and
his aid in campaigning for the
rebuilding of the Manila syna-
gogue which had been destr
by the Japanese last February.
Council Opposes Draft
The Synagogue Council of
America, representing the nation-
al orthodox, conservative and re-
form Jewish congregational and
rabbinic bodies in this country,
has sent a statement to the House
Military Affairs committee as-
serting the opposition of the Jew-
eligious bodies to permanent
peace-time conscription and urg-
if You "ln",aayKevewsenes, 1:45 ing that public hearings by the
0Ught Kist Center 5S"1 *X* cTm,ttec b" continued until 11
. E h,HCMnr^ Zh*Mh?r- !"*?". "vie organizations
have had the opportunity to pre-
sent their views.
Vienna U. Has 20 Jews
VIENNA (JTAi- There are
only 20 Jewish students in the
University of Vienna, the total
enrollment of which exceeds
j'000' ll WM reported this week
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A Headless Haman" was in
attendance at the Temple Beth
Solom Purim carnival Sunday
morning. Prize for the most
comical costume went to Daniel
H Miller who came in the head-
less regalia.
Other costume bests were San-
dra Ell, as Queen Esther; Ju-
dith Kamm, Quern Esther; Ce-
cile Yuran, Lady-in-Waiting;
Prancine Kay, Esther's Angel;
Jill Goldstrich, Lady-in-Waiting;
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Survivors Get Stretcher Farm,
New Life With U.J.A. Support

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kplefl. Ann Liepah, Joint Dislribu-
ICommittM worker in Germany, re-
U\ -ivv near Nuremberg a beautiful
tlrre farm, *hich belonged lo Julius
licher. Hitler*! most notorious Jew-
fcr, shown (top right) attending a
T "."> wveral years ago. Ann
ked into ili. property office of Al-
militar> authorities and calmly
frd ror the farm as a training center
V'M\ rarvivon planning to go
TWetline, The result: the entire
icn-T e-tate now houses 200 Jew-
Parvivori who call the farm "Ki-
i Stretcher The J.D.C. receives
f for it* relief and rehabilitation
f trotn American Jewry through
Unprecedented United Jewish Ap-
1 "mpaign for 1100,000,000 in
1946. Center, Fishermen unloading the
day's catch in the waters off Palestine
where fishing has been given an im-
portant place in the national economy
with the help of the United Palestine
Appeal, one of the three agencies
whose work is supported by the
United Jewish Appeal. Bottom, these
happy children, shown on their way
to playground in the Emergency
Refugee Shelter at Firt Ontario, New
York, are now beginning their li\
as new Americans in communiti
throughout the United States where
they have been resettled through the
National Refugee Service, which re*
reives the funds for its readjustment
program from American Jewry's con-
tributions to the United Jewish Appeal.
lition Planned For
rcantile Bank
ppansion of the Mercantile
bnal Bank building, 420 Lin-
i"d to cost approximately
PO.OOO, was announced this
fcstruction of the new store
,: space will begin im-
fati'K to be ready for fall oc-
fjey, according to the own-
I Architect Albert Anis, who
{'" and supervised the orig-
IDuilding, has completed the
P foi tlie new structure,
fp entire building will be air
F'"ntd and will contain
If"'0 mechanical improve-
m MOVES OFFICE
Jhe occasion of his 25th an-
rsaiy as a rial estate brok-
Mi&mi, 11. H. Lewin moved
I "us own building, completed
pt'y at 39 N.E. Second ave.
ipubuc has been invited by
I Mrs. Lewin to inspect
Pew quarters which are air-
loned throughout.
Beach Announces
Absentee Vote Date
March 25 to 30 have been desig-
nated as voting days for Miami
Beach freeholders who will be
out of town April 9 when the
bond issue will be submitted for
the third time. The bond issue
was defeated twice previously by
the lack of sufficient total votes.
Miami Beach citv council last
week trimmed the bond issue
from $2,950,000 to $700,00 re-
taining only the proposals for a
$400,000 waterworks improve-
ment and a $300,000 off-street
parking project.
Voters may cast (heir absentee
ballots at the court house.
International Idea
During- the past year instruc-
tion in nursing skills has been
given through the medium ol
interpreters to Poles, Lithuan-
ians, Spanish-speaking Mexicans,
Finns, Trench, and Chinese. De-
spite their ignorance of English.
pupils have been apt and delight-
ed with their newly gained knowl-
edge.
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Fla. Regional Director, ADL
The bigots are at it again. This
week, several Florida communi-
ties reported the distribution of
a scurrilous anti-Jewish sheet
and the indications are that the
leaflet was disseminated widely
in other parts of the country.
Following in the wake of other
un-American sheets that have
prostituted patriotic symbols,
this sheet calls itself "The Amer-
ican."
Its content runs the gamut of
un-American propaganda remin-
iscent of the Hitler inspired va-
riety. Typical of the ridiculous
statements contained therein, and
its vicious and dastardly nature
is the paragraph, ". we are
going to offer a reward for a
Jew ex-service man who was
actually injured in combat dur-
ing World War I or II! They
were in the rear always!" Ap-
parently there must have been
something wrong with this sheet
to prevent it from being publi-
cized during the war. The sheet
continues, "The war ended, the
American will resume publica-
tion." This scurrilous sheet as
well as others similarly labeled
as unpatriotic, un-American and
subversive, went underground
after Pearl Harbor.
The reappearance of these pub-
lications, as well as other avail-
able signs, indicates that un-
democratic forces are rallying for
a concerted effort to plan an all-
out fight upon traditional demo-
cratic liberties. The perpetra-
tors believe they can gain a live-
lihood by appealing for support
to those who might be beguiled
by hate-mongering.
Just this past month, this col-
umn described the results of the
recent congressional election in
Georgia where the voters re-
soundingly repudiated an appeal
to religious prejudice. There, a
political candidate whose pro-
gram offered no more than nar-
row-minded bigotry, rectived a
ridiculously insignificant vote at
the hands of an outraged electo-
rate. The individual printing
this vicious sheet has apparently
not yet learned that appeals to
prejudice and intolerance do not
pay off. Yes, the war is over
and the bigots are at it again.
They, however, will find poor
pickings this time.
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
5-7777
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B'nai B'rith Offers
Graduate Fellowships
Two fellowships of $500 each
for graduate work in vocational
guidance will be offered again by
the B'nai B'rith Vocational Ser-
vice bureau. Eligible for the
awards are college seniors or
graduates interested in and quali-
fied for ultimate service in Jew-
ish economic adjustment agen-
cies.
Locally, interest in the fellow-
ships is being prompted by the
Anti-Defamation league youth
committee, according to George
Talianoff, ADL director.
Preference will be given to
applicant? who have taken un-
dergraduate study in sociology,
economics, psychology or educa-
tion.
Applications must be sub-
mitted on or before May 31 to
the B'nai B'rith Vocational Ser-
vice bureau, 1746 M St., N. W.,
Washington 6, D. C. Further in-
formation may be obtained from
Talianoff by phoning 3-6306.
Roundtable Slated
Directors of social work agen-
cies will hold a roundtable dis-
cussion on "The Community:
Family and Children are its Con-
cern" for Junior League provi-
sional al 10 a.m. today in the
Junior League office. ,
Participants will be Charles
Cohen of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice bureau; Miss Dorothy Cason,
Family Service; Miss Claudia
Harney, Catholic Welfare; Miss
Ruth Bucher, Children's Service.
Mrs. Ellen Whiteside of the
Council of Social Agencies will
be moderator.
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Funeral Director
Council to Elect,
Hold Luncheon
Mrs. Nat L. Williams was
nominated for re-election to the
presidency of the Miami section,
National Council for Jewish
Women, at a meeting last week
during which plans for the an-
nual pledge luncheon were made.
Other officers nominated were
Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice
president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
second vice president; Mrs.
Aaron Farr, third vice president;
Mrs. Joseph Fenias, financial
secretary; Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man, assistant financial secretary.
Miss Edna Heller, treasurer;
Mrs. Irving Kobley, assistant
treasurer; Mrs. William Capland,
recording secretary; Mrs. Albert
Green, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, auditor.
For three-year board member-
ship, Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs.
Harry Boyell and Mrs. Ben Es-
sen were nominated. Two-year
directorate nominees are Mrs.
Stanley Phillips, Mrs. Harry Mar-
cus and Mrs. J. Epstein; one year,
Mrs. William Slepian, Mrs. Wil-
liam Farr, and Mrs. Ada Ev
Joseph. Election meeting will be
held April 3.
Council's annual pledge lunch-
eon will be held April 5 at the
Roney Plaza. Mrs. Irving Kob-
ley, vice president of ways and
means, and Mrs. Edward Cohen,
general chairman, are making ar-
rangements for the affair. Res-
ervations will be accepted until
April 1.
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Operated by
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You need no longer wait
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Phone 4-5922
For an Appointment
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Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery
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WELL EARNED AWARD-A scroll of "!* ""^JS
prjde by cast members of "The Eternal Lights' Brotherhood WeeK
PrTheaTitation held by Rabbi Moshe Davis (L.). program editor,
nd Charles Tuttle, who presented it on behalf of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews to NBC's "The Eternal LIghteer ea.
Jt la examined by (L. to R.) Karl Swenson. Delm.r Neutrm.n DieK
Keith, Gregory Morton, Joe Boland. Stefan Schnabet, Joe De Wiuii
and Frank Papp, twice winner of the award nclLd:r1ec,r1,0' *
program. "Eternal Light" Is presented weekly by the Jewish Theo-
logical ScminAO(,_oi.Amaric.___________________________-----------------
Hadassah Sponsors
Play Performance
-Angel Street," the Broadway
play by Philip Hamilton, will be
presented by the Boothbay
ers under the auspices of the two
local Hadassah groups April 8 at
Mian-.: Beach Senior High s(
Reservations, at S2.40 per per-
son, may be made by ph
Mrs. B. A 162: Mrs 1.
Kahn, 2-658ii; Mrs. V.
48-2837. or Mrs. L. Ch
5-4053.
Miss Beckerman Reigns
At Beach Y Dance
U N V E111 NG___
1 ,f the late Man-
el 1
T" r'^sffcemeSo
... a n ng enU an oe
Palmer of
Monument company.
Priei nd relativ. in asked

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t to the me. rj f the
p, ;.. g ;,.., Will
tak. place 2 | Sui ; '" the
Jewi ection of 1 '
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Cantor Al raham
F n Sidi H. Palmer
Monument m| iny is
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RACIAL FEEDING
Proportion* of Gorman ration*
received by the peoples of Europe
(in calories per normal consumer.-
Jon. 1, 1943)
lEi* MARCH
GERMANS
100%
CZECHS
87%
FINNS
64%
NORWE
IANS
FRENCH
53%
Soviet Paper Urges
Transfer of Mandate
Miss m I Bi ki man was
Esl '
danci I at 1 :; I '
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tensteii
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Jud
. rl : [roup
ntestanl were Lei
i entii '' I lamin-
Warm r, R
; | Bob Townsend, n
the Int.
ponsored t h e
Mrs Milton Sirkm offici-
ted at thi ronation.
um< nt to
of tl Mrs Gus-
| tal place 2
the Jcv
v.
Max S
Ml S:
Mrs. In m G
Marl 'ohen
Nate Spiei Monu-
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Frici
RITUALARIUM GROUP
TO HOLD BANQUET
LONDON" (JTA)Transit
the Palestine Mandate fi m
am to the United Nations Or-
ganization is urged by .:. Soviet
trade union publication. "Trud,"
the Moscow radio said.
The newspaper declared: 'Irt-
ish Foreign Secretary E
Bevin's statement that a dei
on the future status : I ni
would haw I awail tl e
of the Anglo-American C
sion of Inquiry satisfied only a
few people at the L'NO assembly.
Surely the appointment of a
commission from two countries
does not exempt the British, gov-
ernment from transferring i
tine to the UNO,"' Trud con-
cluded.
Slovak Jews Warned
PRAGUE lJTA)Posti
s, Gi" Out '
"Ji .'.-.-. G tine," app< in
. dis-
trict of SI V
'. lice, who removed the post-
> re told eral weeks
Germai ng in the d
(tempted to in< te
tionary Sloval I att -. J< w
; li; was thwarted by C
soldier: vh notified thi local
initj council. M
: thi I irok Jews wish I
of the ; nt
tation rea,
Un\ '
te Joel Suss
9 will'
thi
J<.-:. sectioi '' llawn
Park emet Mosi
Mi fficiati Arange-
C Sidney H. I
the M Monument
mpany. F latives

With the dedication of their
ritualarium planned for the near
future, Daughters of Israel will
hold a victory banquet Sunday
evening at the Alden hotel in
honor of David Goldstein, chair-
ran of the building committee.
5,000 ATTEND EXHIBIT
Health Plus Wealth
Nutrition classes for restaurant
anil boardinghouse personnel are
given l>y KcJ Cross instructors.
Over 5.000 people attended the
exhibition of paintings by William
Karl Singer during the last month
at the Miami Beach public lib-
rary. Persons interested in con-
tacting the artist may do so by
nine, 5-1650.
Miss Mondres Is Qq*I
Lois Mondres was
Queen Esther at the Purimj
given by the House c
the Miami Y Sunday
Other contestants were
Gold, Audrey Silvern and]
Shapoff, who lepresented]
B'rith Girls groups.
Busy Nurses
During a recent 15-month(Bl|
public health nurses from 111
Red Cross chapters gave mittm-l
ty and bedside care, taught hwl
nursing: classes, and attrt |
some instances as school MM
Approximately 654,000 iiu till
made in handling 179,000 eial
In addition, 33 nurses onditjaT
the camp community emerm!
nursing service made ..INI
visits giving care in appn.wi|
ly 28,000 cases.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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Miami Beach
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LAST WEEK!
Closing Monday
March 25th
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
presents
BRONISLA W
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: $1.80 (Tax Incl.)
Tickets Available at: YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln Road_YMt,u,u.
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Le Smathers, candidate
LJLss from the fourth dis-
|talk(.,l at length this week
GoV. Ellis Arnall of
La to obtain material from
pvernor on the fight against
bl freight rates for the
tiher? met Gov. Arnall at
"ami airport Tuesday and
he next few hours learned
I of what Georgia has ac-
llished in the fight. Arnall
T,ld the candidate what must
tcomplished in Congress to
fcze the unfair rates.
fa speech this week, Smath-
sked that the nations of the
j work for peace through the
td Nations Organization,
fe are here today looking at
ijNO. the charter of which
[e greatest ever devised for
' peace, and doing nothing
It it as groups of people en-
jor to attack one phase or
ner of its provisions," he
"Already one United States
xt, according to newspaper
lints, will seek re-election on
nti-L'NO platform.
he time has come when we
, elect persons of strength of
JBcter, candidates who can
lover and above the attacks
Tie UNO and know what it is
bout."
eakinfi at the Miami Beach
American Legion, the can-
fee asked: "What other or-
Jtation can better serve its
|try.' This organization recog-
no distinction between re-
us faiths, nationalities,
|th or creed. It requires only
its members have offered
liselvcs and served their
try."
Cross Campaign
js at Halfway Mark
irnest appeal for additional
b for the Red Cross was is-
thia week by H. H. Hyman,
kral chairman of the Dade
^ty service fund campaign.
Jrnian pointed out that the
more than half over, has
ed only slightly more than
quarter of the $407,000 goal.
|added that the budget for
year, expected to be the
est peacetime program at-
pted by the organization, has
sliced to a minimum and
y penny will be needed.
po Phi. a fraternity recently
ganized on the University of
ni campus, has petitioned
na Alpha Mu for member-
in the national group. Gor-
Pred and Bernie Mannheim
iCleo Phi's leaders.
Pharmacists to Meet
Florida State Pharmaceutical
convention will be held in Miami
April 23 to 25, according to A.
William Morrison, president of
the local pharmaceutical group.
Morrison has appointed the fol-
lowing entertainment committee
for the state gathering:
Phil Steir, D. O. Weaver, Rob-
ert Martin, Eugene Groover, Je-
rome Sterns, Sam Davis, Charles
Mangness, Richard De Boer,
Lane Jackson, Morris Klein,
Robert Atkins and Mrs. Anna D.
Thiel, secretary.
Room For Immigrants
REG IN A, Canada (JTA)
There are many areas in this
country where several million
more people can be accommo-
dated, J. G. Gardiner, minister of
agriculture, said this week in an
appeal for liberalization of Can
ada's immigration policy.
Pointing out that 6,000,000
more people were needed to
utilize the natural resources of
western Canada alone, Gardiner
declared that there are millions
of people in the world "we would
be glad to have as neighbors."
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
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For Hebrew Circle
m to DriveModern Way
|Army and Navy Instructor*
Agency for Drivers License*
And Auto Tags
LORIDA AUTO DRIVING
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l 5th Ave M. Bch., Ph. 6-5082
Dr. A. S. Yahuda, professor of
the New School of Social Re-
search, New York, will deliver a
lecture in Hebrew at an open
meeting of Histadruth l'Tarbuth
Ivrith Saturday evening, March
30, at the Mannheimer school.
Anticipating the Passover holi-
day, Dr. Yahuda will discuss
"The Narratives of Joseph and
the Sojourn of Israel in Egypt in
the Light of Excavations."
Dr. Yahuda, well known as an
orientalist and Biblical scholar,
is the author Hebrew, German
and English publications. He was
formerly professor at the Uni-
versity of Madrid and has lec-
tured at many famous universi-
ties.
Joshua Stadlin, chairman of
the Hebrew speaking circle, will
be chairman of the evening.
Passover Services Set
The Grossinger-Pancoast hotel,
Miami Beach, will be the scene
of orthodox services during the
coming Passover holiday which
begins sundown, April 15.
A cantor will conduct the serv-
ices and a rabbi will oversee the
ritual. Similar services will be
held at the Grossinger Hotel and
Country club, Ferndale, N.Y.,
where Meyer Pesin, editor of the
"Jewish Standard," will deliver
the sermons.
University to Present
Borovsky, Elman
Alexander Borovsky, pianist,
and Mischa Elman, violinist, will
appear in two major musical
events this week, under the aus-
pices of the University of Miami.
Borovsky's concert is scheduled
for 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mi-
ami Senior High school. Elman
will play at the school Tuesday
evening.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
"Dear Sir, What Have You to Offer? A Reply to a
Letter Inviting the Rabbi to Be Converted" is the title
of Rabbi Appelbaum's sermon for services this evening
at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will light the candles
and say the blessing. During the reception after the
services, the Mesdames Adolph Wertheimer, Elry Stones
Harold B. Spaet, Louis Snetman, Herman Wall and Sam
Luby will be hostesses. Saturday morning services, 11
a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W.
Third Ave., Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conservative
On the occasion of Zionist Sabbath, Dr. Abram L.
Sachar. national director of Hillel foundations, will be
guest speaker at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.
His topic will be "A Pentateuch for Living." Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Heiman will be hosts during the social hour
immediately after the services. Mrs. Gertrude Michaels
has donated the floral offering in memory of her hus-
band. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Student services,
10:30 a.m. During the services at 9:30 a.m., Paul, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Weiss, will become Bar Mitzva.
This Sabbath is the third unique Sabbath of the Hebrew
calendar, known as the Sabbath of "Purification." The
rabbi will speak briefly on its significance. Bar Mitzva
breakfast club, sponsored by the P.-T. A., Sunday morn-
ing at 8:45 o'clock.
MIAMI IEWISH 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
Changing Role of a Rabbi in Israel," will speak on "The
Social Role of the Rabbi in Israel: A Rabbi Looks at
the New World." Refreshments and informal singing
will follow. Adult services, 9 a.m. Saturday. The rabbi
will speak on the "Portion of the Week." Mincha, 5:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior congregation,
9 a.m.; Shimshon club, 3:30 p m.; Zionist group, 4 p.m.;
Cantor-Maftir group, 4 p.m., at the Schaarei Zedek Tal-
mud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st.
301-311
BETH IACOB CONGREGATION.
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing adult services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Arthur,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Melvin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Berger, will be celebrated. Rabbi Meschel-
off will address the Bar Mitzva boys. Intermediate ser-
vices for adolescents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation for
boys and girls of elementary school age, 10 a.m. Bible
study, 4 p.m., under the direction of S. I. Friedman.
Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss
the "Portion of the Week." Regular monthly meeting
of the Men's and Women's divisions of Mizrachi, 8 p.m.
in the Community building.
MIAMI BEACH IEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Conservative
"Judaism on a Platter" is the sermon topic Rabbi
Lehrman has chosen to discuss at late Friday evening
services* this evening at 8:15 p.m. During Sabbath Ser-
vices, which begin at 9 a.m., the Bar Mitzva of Samuel
Morris, son of Mrs. Ruth Berman, will be celebrated.
Cantor Pierre Pinchik will officiate.
Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the "Weekly Portion of
the Law." Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Young Judaea
club, 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva break-
fast, 9 a.m. Sunday, with Miss Natalie Frankel as guest
speaker. YPL dance. 8:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Chase Ave. at 41st
St., Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Rabbi Kronish will dedicate his sermon to the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women this evening at 8:15
p.m. when he speaks on "Women of ValorWho Can
Find Today?" The sermon is based on Proverbs, chap-
ter 31. Sabbath services, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Worship-
pers are asked to meditate in the Temple during the
15-minute organ prelude which precedes each service.



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Congress Forms
Town Division
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^Meii^eon^ckniud
A new division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, to be com-
posed of Miami women, was or-
ganized last Wednesday at a tea
in the home of Mrs. Ann Meyers
Weinstein. The tea was given
by Mrs. Weinstein, Mrs. Sol Les-
lie and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S.
Wise, national presidents of the
Men's and Women's divisions of j the
the Congress, who explained the
AJC program.
Mrs. George Chertkof was
elected temporary chairman:
Mrs. Milton Weiner, treasurer,
and Mrs. Ida Commands r,
tary. They will serve until the
next meeting when permanent
officers will, be elected, An-
nouncement of the mi
which will be
len, will be made in next
week's issue of the Jewish Flo-
ridian.
"Every Jew;.-:-, woman
be alerted to the important pro-
gram of the American Jew ish
Congress," Mrs. Leslie stati
explaining the formation of the
new division. Of tin
members of the original Con-
gress division, only 40 are Mi-
anuans. she added, expressing the
hope that the Town group will
attract city residi nts. Mrs, Les-
lie is president of the original
Congress division, which meets
in Miami Beach, and initiati I
organizai: n th n
A sufficient i
joined at i to make the
new group eligible for
as a separate, auton
i ision.
Mrs. Hugo Schoenbe:.
Mrs. Weinstein at the tea table.
___By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
repot t> d
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ATTORNEY A,,:,
A Jewish lad. Irwin Be:man.l ami ; .
and his I
Jewish v, mmented,
v., '. his pictures of "II I
McDonald assigi Edi
Silver, il tanl listrict ,
,y. to look into n
" ANSWERS
' nti-Semil All qui I last
inth< i i tl i
I S v. .. d to
dutifully re] .....em ..... ... ,,n(i find
as n t to be so, ..;/ rtunately.
..-,.. ::.-
. Mr, Dis- ATTENTION MR. BEVIN!
The police comi ioner of
hen, British '.'. ne.
trict Attorney, that I I bing
.', as an I ti-Semitic act.
We h..' i i n
thi itati ment
. Germany, is Hei r V '
tother of Irwin in notorious Nazi, The cl I
which Mrs. Berman states that ice in th< mi town is Major
the 1 called her b j Kl ibaum, a member of the Nazi
"Jew bastard" and "dirty Jew." party sinci 1933, Do you call the
So why institute an 'investiga- appointment of two anti-Semitic
ists to important jobs de-
n, Mr, Bevin!
with a view of sup-
trui character of
tris ui 1 Must
killed ng in-
reci gnize the
ature of his assail-
COUNCIL SABBATH
Nati nal c ..:-. .; | ,
Women Sabbath, an annual
bration held during the Purim
season, will be observed locally
this evening.
Mr.--. Nat Willi |;. sident
of the M : n, will be
guest speaker at Temple Beth
Sholom and Mrs. Syri:
traub will address the Beth Da-
vid congregation during Friday
evening services.
Mrs. Williams has requested
Council memb- ttend these
or other services tonight.
Jewish Paper In Berlin
ATTENTION MR. GUDSTADT!
The Washington Times Herald
and the New Yi rk Daily News
are two of the most no)
I papers sponsoring anti-liberal
PERSONALIA I domestic and foreign policies, In
A H. Silver did not liberal circles thesi two |
Is when he chastised ,! are called fascists. Then why
news] apei at should the Buli. tin of the Anti-
press confer-
Silvi: cored that paper
ting policy and said
g< vernment
be an mt factor
when the Pali. I i ,e will be
I on the peace table.
Defamation leagui re] rint an
editorial from thi papers un-
dei the heading "Patterson Pa-
Ask For Religious Toler-
ance." The more so since the
editorial in question is a flat, un-
inspired piece of writing.
BERLIN (JTA)-The first is-
sue of "Der Weg," a weekly
newspaper published by the Jew-
ish community of Berlin, appear-
5i! ? V^i featurin an arti< le,
The Individual and the Commu-
nity by Dr. Leo Baeck, former
chief rabbi of Germany.
The newspaper is published in
German, because no Yiddish tvoe I K ?RK
is available. It carries a leng hv ffi* '! S1U0'(
discussion of the position of the Rockefeller. V-
Jew in Germany, and reports by
various leaders of the commu-
nity.
Talmud Torch to Hold
Arts and Crafts Class
Jewish Books Found In
Germany By AMG
crafts with a Jewish' OFFENBACH, Germany (JTA)
ne have been integrated into Nearly 3.000,000 Jewish" books
' curriculum of the Schaarei many dating back to the Middle
Zedek Talmud Torah of the M- Ages, have been uncover. 1 in the
cCongrega-1 American zone by search team,
>rding to Rabbi Murray of the AMG's Monuments and
Grauer.
The school has availed itself
'.'. -vices of the
lami Y teacher, Miss
l\v'-' Will hold classes at
the Talmud Torah 5:30 p.m. Mon-
days and Wednesdays,
Rockefeller Aids UJA
Saul Kammen Receives
Degree In Dentistry
Graduation of Saul Arthur
Kammen from Western Reserve
university school of dentistry
took place March 6 in Cleveland
Ohio.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. J
Kammen, 937 S. W. Fifth st., Dr.
Kammen received his bachelor of
arts degree from Ohio State uni-
versity. He is a member of
Alpha Omega dental fraternity.
MJOC Women to Meet
A meeting of the Sisterhood of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation has been called for 8
p.m. Wednesday by Mrs. E.
Karger, president. The meeting
will be held at the Talmud
Torah, 1545 S.W. Third st.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wexler will
be hosts after services this eve-
ning at the congregation build-
ing.
NEW YORK (JTA)-A contri-
00u from John D.
. ., one of the larg-
ifts to be made foi Jewish
relief and rehabilitation over-
seas was received by Wilham
Kosenwald, national chairman of
the 5100000,000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal, it was
announced this week.
Fine Arts office.
Capt. S. J. Pomrenze of Chi-
cago, who is in charge oi the
military government's fine arts
department in Greater !! .
said that the loot so far reco.
[ills a large five-story building
here, which formerly belonged
to i, o. Farben.
Whatever is salvageablc-and
much has been destroyedis be-
Ujt catalogued and Will eventu-
ally be returned to the countries
from which it was stolen. Among
Rn, t;;11,,,'V""s are the fcmed
nthal Library from An |
aam, consisting f aboul 35 000
books and the Spinoza Library,
stolen iio, the Hague
HIAS ADOPTS BUDGET
by 2,000 delegates. The budget
to the largest in the history 0
the organization. y
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Dade County Medical Assn.
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Card Party Scheduled
By Miami Auxiliary
Benefiting the Jewish Home
for the Aged, the Miami Wom-
en's Auxiliary to the Home will
hold a card party at 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the Beth David audi-
torium.
Ri fn si ments, entertainment
and dooi prizes are on the pro-
gram for the evening. Admission
is SI per person.
In charge of the affair are
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, chairman,
and Mis. I. Cohen, cochairman.
Paul Raff, refreshment
chairman, will be assisted by
Mrs. Emanuel Gluck, Mrs. Sadie
ik, Mrs. Harry Danziger,
Mrs. David Singer and Mrs. I.
Langner.
run
Temple to Hear Report
On Cincinnati Parley
A "Report to the ConptfJ
tion" on the recent Union J
American Hebrew ConjnJ
tions' convention in Cir.cimui
will be delivered by local dt|
gates at a meeting of the Mai
club of Temple Israel Mam
evening. The entire membenki
has been invited to attend.
Speakers will be Harry BojJ
ell, Mrs. Reba Engler Epstea
Herbert U. Kibelman. Man
Selig, Harold B. Spaet and R*
bi Saul Appelbaum. A quest|
and answer period will
the report.
Refreshments will be serai |
and door prizes awarded.
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MARCH 22. 1946 -knlsllhjtMton PAGE ELEVEN •HE MAIL BOX [, week's issue of the I have noted that my |as included on a comL select a location for a Lgogue for Beth David. tmy name was included Ly consent. In fact I of'apioup who are defilpposod to liquidate the %  Beth David location, alVe arc in full accord that Synagogue in the Southfcation would serve the [Southwest Jewish popu, your editorial coml u stated that "Had Beth %  ended to remain at its [site there would surely U another Synagogue in bosed area." That arguvrrv inconsistent. By ; logic, you could apply downtown area, to the fsite of the Beth David, %  eft the downtown area, [any Synagogue to serve Ljsh community in this area and the hundreds of people who come in for "Kadish" or a "Yortzeit" and also to the multitude of members living in the Northwest area. It is very ironic to see a Jewish group who are inflated with the spirit of "expansion" and "big business" deliberately plan to liquidate a religious institution in the downtown area, when our Christian friends still maintain their Gesu church, White Temple, Lutheran Emanuel church, Church of Christ, Lutheran, Trinity Methodist, First Presbyterian, etc., all in the downtown area. How much more appropriate it would have been if an expansion program in a revival of traditional Judaism would take place to make better Jews of us and fill the present empty Synagogue daily, instead of building expensive, magnificent Temples for the sole pur pose of occupying them three times a year on the Holy days. Sincerely, HYMAN SOOTIN. /. D. C. Forwards Mail From Poland Jordan Agreement led Finished JN (JTA)—Negotiations Emir Abdullah, ruler of fdan. and the British govhave been concluded, reported this week, "authoritative diplomatic The agreement, which I independence for Trans| will I"' signed "in the days," the British news laid. pnir conferred here with Khonry, chief Syrian to the United Nations, %  till in London. It is unthat the talks have not §th the project of Greater vhich would embrace fransjordan, Lebanon, i and Iraq. the agreement between bdullah and the British ent, the Arab Legion as the Transjordan Frontier (rill remain under the lion of a British com[even after the independTransjordan is proThe Transjordan armed fill continue to be supthe British and will be ritish control. ^s' Father Dies am P. Cannes, director furrau of Jewish Educafor Now York Tuesday W the funeral of his lany Polsky. ilsky. a businessman and scholar, died Monday llhe ae of 65. Mr. Gannes |rn to Miami next week. rhouoht of Everything At ^CHESTER H Ave. at 19ih St. >te Beach and Pool vale Parking Space fG ROOM NOW OPEN 31y Kosher Cuisine Ml 58-1855. 5-9527 *^^^^^ THE IOOK CLUB Knees To iti Member. 1 nd Th ir Guests INNY ROSS LA and PATRICIA 1 Lande Orchestra pdro and his Orchestra % Maitre d'Hotel "•••rvatlone %  •lDhon 6.265J Spinoza Forum to Hear Lecture On Russia "America and Russia: Rivals or Allies" will be discussed by Dr. Harry F. Ward, author, lecturer and teacher at the Spinoza forum, 1059 Collins ave., at 3 p.m. Saturday. On Tuesday evening Charles H. Lee will lecture on "The Sun." Next Saturday afternoon, Rabbi David Hale Gross of Temple Emanuel, Hollywood, will review "Spinoza: a Life of Reason," which was written by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and director of the forum. Fraternal Order Sponsors Lectures Moishe Katz, Yiddish writer, and Z. Weinper, Yiddish poet, both from New York, will appear in lectures this weekend under the auspices of the Jewish Peoples' Fraternal order, lodge 192. Mr. Katz will discuss "The World Situation Today" at Miami Beach Public school, 14th st. and Washington ave., at 8 p.m. this evening. "Our Cultural Obligations to the Jewish People in Europe" is the subject Mr. Weinper will speak on Sunday evening at the school. Question and answer periods will follow the lectures. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub hat been named chairman of the Fiesta of Stan, annual event of the Dade county Federation of Women's clubs, which will be held at the Clover club A^ril 3. Proceeds of the affair, a fashion parade and show, are used each year to provide scholarships to the University of Miami. II. M. • .ii-i-i -MI. m. right, General Secretary of the < .in.iili.in Jcwioh (!onstress, presi MIto I niiin II. Sohel, left. Assistant Secretary of the Joint Distribution Committed some of the 3,000 letters from Polish Jews to relatives in the I mini Stales which Mr. (luiaermati brought with liim on his return lust week from a Iwo-month investigation of the living condition* of the surviving Jews of Poland. The J.D.C Personal Inquiry Bureau is now forwarding the letters to the addressees. Mr. ('aiserman praised the J.D.C for shipping large amounts of food, clothing and medicines to distressed Jews in Poland. These supplies are being distributed in the main through the Central Jewish Committee of Poland, and through a second committee representing Poland's orthodox Jewish communities. An active partner in the J.D.C program in Poland is the I'niled Jewish Refugee & War Relief Agencies of Canada, the fund-raising agency of Canadian Jews. EDUCATION IS TOPIC A discussion of the quality of modern education will conclude the current adult institute of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 9 p.m. Wednesday. Guest speakers will be Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, and Sidney Ellison, principal of Miami Beach Senior High school. Abraham Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will act as moderator. A Lecture by MOISHE KATZ on "THE WORLD SITUATION TODAY" Will Be Given Friday, March 22nd At 8:00 P. M. At the Miami Beach Public School Washington Ave. and 14th St. • • • On Sunday, March 24th At 8:00 P. M. Z. WEINPER Will Deliver a Lecture on "OUR CULTURAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE JEWISH IN EUROPE" At the Miami Beach Public School Washington Ave. and 14th St. (Both lectures under the auspices of Lodge 192, Jewish Peoples' Fraternal Order) "III" ITT! llJImll IN GREATER MIAMI iillln |l""l| A In..id • l OK I i) A i ^V.IRF.CfUS IHMM. -., .i FINEST AMIKICAN /(WISH" DINNl*' < f^T II 1V 146 COLLINS AVE I 1 8 f A C H Something New On the Beach CARMEL Formerly Blumenfeld's UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT By an International Artist in the Culinary Craft— Specialising in Jewish Dishes. Paitriei and Desserts MAKE YOUR PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW Most Delicious 6-Course Dinners from $1.25 up 666 COLLINS AVENUE BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets TENDEK, tatej steaks Skat %  melt In your im.uth served la the rooleet plate In town from 4 w mldnlfht. 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to MARCH 22. 1946 vieHlsllhrldilnri PAGE FIFTEEN MM m UIIU Mi* mm cacutitiau CIUP 5. M.&* 11.01 Le Smathers, candidate LJLss from the fourth dis| talk( .,l at length this week GoV Ellis Arnall of La to obtain material from pvernor on the fight against bl freight rates for the tiher? met Gov. Arnall at "ami airport Tuesday and he next few hours learned I of what Georgia has acllished in the fight. Arnall T,ld the candidate what must tcomplished in Congress to fc ze the unfair rates. fa speech this week, Smathsked that the nations of the j work for peace through the td Nations Organization, fe are here today looking at ijNO. the charter of which [e greatest ever devised for peace, and doing nothing It it as groups of people enjor to attack one phase or ner of its provisions," he "Already one United States XT, according to newspaper lints, will seek re-election on nti-L'NO platform. he time has come when we elect persons of strength of JBcter, candidates who can lover and above the attacks Tie UNO and know what it is %  bout." eakinfi at the Miami Beach American Legion, the canfee asked: "What other orJtation can better serve its |try.' This organization recogno distinction between reus faiths, nationalities, |th or creed. It requires only its members have offered liselvcs and served their %  try." Cross Campaign js at Halfway Mark irnest appeal for additional b for the Red Cross was isthia week by H. H. Hyman, kral chairman of the Dade ^ty service fund campaign. Jrnian pointed out that the more than half over, has ed only slightly more than quarter of the $407,000 goal. |added that the budget for year, expected to be the est peacetime program atpted by the organization, has sliced to a minimum and y penny will be needed. po Phi. a fraternity recently ganized on the University of ni campus, has petitioned na Alpha Mu for memberin the national group. GorPred and Bernie Mannheim iCleo Phi's leaders. Pharmacists to Meet Florida State Pharmaceutical convention will be held in Miami April 23 to 25, according to A. William Morrison, president of the local pharmaceutical group. Morrison has appointed the following entertainment committee for the state gathering: Phil Steir, D. O. Weaver, Robert Martin, Eugene Groover, Jerome Sterns, Sam Davis, Charles Mangness, Richard De Boer, Lane Jackson, Morris Klein, Robert Atkins and Mrs. Anna D. Thiel, secretary. Room For Immigrants REG IN A, Canada (JTA)— There are many areas in this country where several million more people can be accommodated, J. G. Gardiner, minister of agriculture, said this week in an appeal for liberalization of Can ada's immigration policy. Pointing out that 6,000,000 more people were needed to utilize the natural resources of western Canada alone, Gardiner declared that there are millions of people in the world "we would be glad to have as neighbors." In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship UTWMUU MO* MflCTHKI (Octufxr*Zon*) 71.4* % % %  CUT 49.5* Orientalist to Speak For Hebrew Circle m to Drive—Modern Way |Army and Navy Instructor* Agency for Drivers License* And Auto Tags LORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL l 5th Ave„ M. Bch., Ph. 6-5082 Dr. A. S. Yahuda, professor of the New School of Social Research, New York, will deliver a lecture in Hebrew at an open meeting of Histadruth l'Tarbuth Ivrith Saturday evening, March 30, at the Mannheimer school. Anticipating the Passover holiday, Dr. Yahuda will discuss "The Narratives of Joseph and the Sojourn of Israel in Egypt in the Light of Excavations." Dr. Yahuda, well known as an orientalist and Biblical scholar, is the author Hebrew, German and English publications. He was formerly professor at the University of Madrid and has lectured at many famous universities. Joshua Stadlin, chairman of the Hebrew speaking circle, will be chairman of the evening. Passover Services Set The Grossinger-Pancoast hotel, Miami Beach, will be the scene of orthodox services during the coming Passover holiday which begins sundown, April 15. A cantor will conduct the services and a rabbi will oversee the ritual. Similar services will be held at the Grossinger Hotel and Country club, Ferndale, N.Y., where Meyer Pesin, editor of the "Jewish Standard," will deliver the sermons. University to Present Borovsky, Elman Alexander Borovsky, pianist, and Mischa Elman, violinist, will appear in two major musical events this week, under the auspices of the University of Miami. Borovsky's concert is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Senior High school. Elman will play at the school Tuesday evening. GENERAL PAINTING Free Eatimatea Given BY BEST MECHANICS D. Gilbreoth Paint Co. i. .. p HONE 8-0070 No Answer Call 2-6108 momi for RetT CONVALESCEMCJ -JCHBONICCASCI *Sun Ray Park ka I th Resort texD'oa *oo4a-l( S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenuet Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties Telephone 5-1017 I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Docro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 82nd Street THREE O'CLOCK ... AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK! WAKEFUL NIGHTS-how the time drags! Minute, seem like hour* we worry over tiling done and left undone. Alter such I righ^weget Spta the morningmore tired than when we went to bed. NtrvousT-ension causes many a wakeful Sghtand wakeful night, are ^fe 1 ^ vmu Tension. Next time you feel Nervou. and Keyed Vp or begin to to** tumble and worry after you get to bed—try DR. MILES NERVINE (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) DR. MILES NERVINE help, to ewe ^^^^ST^^S^tS^ fcMX^viTrOT^^ D R N*. I I I S TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform "Dear Sir, What Have You to Offer? A Reply to a Letter Inviting the Rabbi to Be Converted" is the title of Rabbi Appelbaum's sermon for services this evening at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will light the candles and say the blessing. During the reception after the services, the Mesdames Adolph Wertheimer, Elry Stones Harold B. Spaet, Louis Snetman, Herman Wall and Sam Luby will be hostesses. Saturday morning services, 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third Ave., Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conservative On the occasion of Zionist Sabbath, Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national director of Hillel foundations, will be guest speaker at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. His topic will be "A Pentateuch for Living." Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman will be hosts during the social hour immediately after the services. Mrs. Gertrude Michaels has donated the floral offering in memory of her husband. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Student services, 10:30 a.m. During the services at 9:30 a.m., Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Weiss, will become Bar Mitzva. This Sabbath is the third unique Sabbath of the Hebrew calendar, known as the Sabbath of "Purification." The rabbi will speak briefly on its significance. Bar Mitzva breakfast club, sponsored by the P.-T. A., Sunday morning at 8:45 o'clock. MIAMI IEWISH 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 Role of a Rabbi in Israel," will speak on "The Social Role of the Rabbi in Israel: A Rabbi Looks at the New World." Refreshments and informal singing will follow. Adult services, 9 a.m. Saturday. The rabbi will speak on the "Portion of the Week." Mincha, 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior congregation, 9 a.m.; Shimshon club, 3:30 p m.; Zionist group, 4 p.m.; Cantor-Maftir group, 4 p.m., at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. 301-311 BETH IACOB CONGREGATION. Washington Ave.. Miami Beach RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning adult services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berger, will be celebrated. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Bar Mitzva boys. Intermediate services for adolescents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation for boys and girls of elementary school age, 10 a.m. Bible study, 4 p.m., under the direction of S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the "Portion of the Week." Regular monthly meeting of the Men's and Women's divisions of Mizrachi, 8 p.m. in the Community building. MIAMI BEACH IEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN Conservative "Judaism on a Platter" is the sermon topic Rabbi Lehrman has chosen to discuss at late Friday evening services* this evening at 8:15 p.m. During Sabbath Services, which begin at 9 a.m., the Bar Mitzva of Samuel Morris, son of Mrs. Ruth Berman, will be celebrated. Cantor Pierre Pinchik will officiate. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the "Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Young Judaea club, 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday, with Miss Natalie Frankel as guest speaker. YPL dance. 8:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Rabbi Kronish will dedicate his sermon to the National Council of Jewish Women this evening at 8:15 p.m. when he speaks on "Women of Valor—Who Can Find Today?" The sermon is based on Proverbs, chapter 31. Sabbath services, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. 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I I PAGE EIGHT 9-Je^htncrMfL Three Artists Present Jewish Music Night •The Lord is My Shepherd," composition of the late Arnold Volpse, founder of the University of Miami symphony orchestra, will be included on the Jewish music program at the Miami Y Sunday evening. It will be sung by Mrs. Leo Huberman, mezzo soprano. Also appearing on the program will be Gerard Haft and Leon Kushner. Haft, cellist and conductor, will play Ernest Blochs "Kol Nidre" and "Hebraic Meditations." He has appeared as soloist with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops orchestra and conducted orchestras in Salzburg. Rotterdam and the Hague. A native of Holland, he taught music at Smith college and received the legion of merit medal for his service with the U.S. Army. Kushner has performed two piano recitals at Town Hall. He was a teacher at the Manhattan Music school and is now associated with the Normandy school His selections Sunday evening will include Mendelssohn's 'Variations." Mrs. Huberman is chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee which is arranging this and two other concerts of Jewish music. She was a student at the Curtis institute, was graduated from Juiliiard graduate school and has appeared in operas, concerts and on the radio. Mrs. Huberman will sing a group of Palestinian Horas. The concert opens the Y's series of free monthly meetings for adult members. Ben Essen, adult activities chairman, will speak on the history of Jewish music. Similar concerts will be civen at the Beach Y March 30 and the Normandy school March 31. Maanes Urges BinationalM State (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) the authority-why d.dn'1: you allow them to come. Janies MacDonald defended the committee. declaring that its dec.s.on not to issue an interim report did not mean that "we did not feel keenly" concerning the refugees. 'The British governments refusal to admit displaced Jews to Palestine. Magnes charged, had created meat bitterness in the heart of every Jew. "It is no wonder." he continued, "that UK highly idealistic Jewish yoaui took uo guns and bombs. Replying to Sir Frederick Leggetl tnittee consisting of British Cochairman Sir John Singleton, Major Manningham-Buller and ; l Frank Buxton, which leaves toS ay. three Jewish <£"£?$ m0 rTOW for Iraq, a delegation of Anglo-American Committee 01 Inquiry on Palestine. Each made a hasty onc-m.nute speech, the substance of which was that "we are Syrians, Ike ,, 0 ,v Othei Syrian. We enjoy full 'freedom. We aie Prospers and well treated. We have no relationship whatsoever with the Zionist movement." In an apparent attempt to shield the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, the stenographic record of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee's hearings has omitted a remark by Atini Bey Abdul Had!, they underwent the same militaristic excitement as the whole world. Isn't American youth be^ ing given military training" Nevertheless, I recommend bringing of these youth? here, because J here they won't fight." Amid reports that a high Syr| ian government official met with Jewish community lead< rs last V, i i k and instructed them as to what they might and might not | FINANCE DIRECTOR official record of last Tuesday's hearings was made public. South African Jews revealed that Marshal Jan Christian Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, has submitted a memorandum on the Palestine isSU e to the inquiry committee. Before taking off for Haifa, Lord Morrison visited the Holon settlement, south of Tel Aviv, to inspect a Jewish Agency housing project there. The two units of the inquiry committee remaining in Palestine while the others visit the Levant and Iraq, consist of Sir Frederick Wilfred Crick, and Richard Crossips, and Frank former group les and settlements to study the economic problems facing the country. The problems, u ^ visit the Latrun detenii. lor political prisonS'l*] will inspect prison condit Appearing" before'a sub-cornlatter group w ill study social and' speak w ith the detained FRIDAY, MARCH Two Local D e Att "d JCRS pj Mrs. Rose Lev, % M Scott win aUen ;^s n"al convention 0Il > Consumptives R eli .. ^w York, MJJJJJI L v y "• President J Scott financial Greater Miami chant. society which Jjfjj culosis sanitarium in rw* On Monday even!? 11 of the local ehap the home of Mrs. Wi]£' vine, program chairm, I Ocean dr., to formfe* a card party. PM health Jerome L. Lery is national directoi of the two and a half year old combined campaign of the Ready Several hundred Red Cross chapters the country over now •re engaged in the forest fire prevention program undertaken during 19+6 at request of the U.S. forest Service. Extensive studies of disaster hazards are beine made by the Red Cross to provide comminities with practicable disaster prevention help. L'l :' Ami rican Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union i' I" ge, Levy is a brother of Sol J. Levy and Mrs. Victor Buka. both residents of Tampa. Jennie Grossinger announces that The GROSSINGER-PANCOAST will be open ior the Passover HOLIDAYS SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD Inquiries Invited Telephone 5-6761 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL _^Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach X TRULY NOLEN. President PASSOVER 1946 THE FIRST SINCE THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES WILL BE OBSERVED WITH A FEELING OF GRATITUDE! PASSOVER 1946 | IS ANTICIPATED AS THE BEGINNING OF AN ERA DEDICATED TO THE THEME OF PASSOVER-LIBERATION FOR THE NEEDY AND OPPRESSED. 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PAGE FOURTEEN WELL EARNED AWARD-A scroll of %  "!* •• •""^JS prjde by cast members of "The Eternal Lights' Brotherhood WeeK Pr The a Titation held by Rabbi Moshe Davis (L.). program editor, • nd Charles Tuttle, who presented it on behalf of the National Conference of Christians and Jews to NBC's "The Eternal LIghteer ea. Jt la examined by (L. to R.) Karl Swenson. Delm.r Neutrm.n DieK Keith, Gregory Morton, Joe Boland. Stefan Schnabet, Joe De Wiuii and Frank Papp, twice winner of the award ncl L d:r 1 ec, r 1 0 program. "Eternal Light" Is presented weekly by the Jewish Theological ScminAO(,_oi.Amaric. Hadassah Sponsors Play Performance -Angel Street," the Broadway play by Philip Hamilton, will be presented by the Boothbay ers under the auspices of the two local Hadassah groups April 8 at Mian-.: Beach Senior High s( Reservations, at S2.40 per person, may be made by ph Mrs. B. A 162: Mrs 1. Kahn, 2-658ii; Mrs. V. 48-2837. or Mrs. L. Ch 5-4053. Miss Beckerman Reigns At Beach Y Dance U N V E111 NG 1 f the late Manel 1 T" r'^sffcemeSo ... A n ng • enU an oe Palmer of Monument company. Priei nd relativ. in asked • ,-. .. %  nd dedical i t to the me. rj f the p, ; .. g ;,.., %  Will tak. place 2 | Sui ; '" the Jewi ection of 1 rhi Rev, S ,; y S SI | will :f "''' Cantor Al raham F n Sidi H. Palmer Monument m| iny is %  %  I ... RACIAL FEEDING Proportion* of Gorman ration* received by the peoples of Europe (in calories per normal consumer.Jon. 1, 1943) %  lEi* MARCH %  GERMANS 100% CZECHS 87% FINNS 64% N ORWE£ IANS FRENCH 53% Soviet Paper Urges Transfer of Mandate Miss %  m I Bi ki man was Esl danci I at 1 : ; I %  H M • n tensteii .' Jud rl : [roup ntestanl were Lei i entii '•••' I laminWarm r, R ; | Bob Townsend, n the Int. ponsored t h e Mrs Milton Sirkm officited at thi ronation. • um< nt to of tl Mrs Gus| tal place 2 the Jcv • v. Max S Ml S: • Mrs. In m G Marl 'ohen Nate Spiei Monu%  • • ol • • %  Frici RITUALARIUM GROUP TO HOLD BANQUET LONDON" (JTA)—Transit the Palestine Mandate fi m am to the United Nations Organization is urged by •.:. Soviet trade union publication. "Trud," the Moscow radio said. The newspaper declared: 'Irtish Foreign Secretary E Bevin's statement that a dei on the future status : I ni would haw I awail tl e of the Anglo-American C sion of Inquiry satisfied only a few people at the L'NO assembly. Surely the appointment of a commission from two countries does not exempt the British, government from transferring i tine to the UNO,"' Trud concluded. Slovak Jews Warned PRAGUE lJTA)—Posti s, Gi" Out "Ji •.'.-.-. G • tine," app< in district of SI V '. lice, who removed the post> • re told • %  • eral weeks Germai ng in the d (tempted to in< te tionary Sloval I att -. J< w ; li; was thwarted by C soldier: vh notified thi local %  initj council. M • : thi I %  irok Jews wish I of the ; nt tation rea, Un\ te Joel Suss 9 will' %  thi J<.-:. sectioi %  '• llawn Park emet Mosi Mi fficiati ArangeC Sidney H. I the M Monument mpany. F latives • With the dedication of their ritualarium planned for the near future, Daughters of Israel will hold a victory banquet Sunday evening at the Alden hotel in honor of David Goldstein, chairran of the building committee. 5,000 ATTEND EXHIBIT Health Plus Wealth Nutrition classes for restaurant anil boardinghouse personnel are given l>y KcJ Cross instructors. Over 5.000 people attended the exhibition of paintings by William Karl Singer during the last month at the Miami Beach public library. Persons interested in contacting the artist may do so by nine, 5-1650. Miss Mondres Is QQ*I Lois Mondres was Queen Esther at the Purimj given by the House c the Miami Y Sunday Other contestants were Gold, Audrey Silvern and] Shapoff, who lepresented] B'rith Girls groups. Busy Nurses During a recent 15-month(Bl| public health nurses from 111 Red Cross chapters gave mittm-l ty and bedside care, taught hwl nursing: classes, and attrt | some instances as school MM Approximately 654,000 iiu till made in handling 179,000 eial In addition, 33 nurses onditjaT the camp community emerm! nursing service made ..INI visits giving care in appn.wi| ly 28,000 cases. %  ••.' vi *pBNpn ^Sw vpfl *flh Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Mcrt Weriheimet < VICTOR HOTEL 'I 1144 Ocean Drive Miami Beach D. ROSNER MANAGEMENT ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE PHONE 5-0041 it COLOXIM f\ IXX ;, m ;^ LAST WEEK! Closing Monday March 25th GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE presents BRONISLA W 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: $1.80 (Tax Incl.) Tickets Available at: YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln Road_YMt,u,u. 1567 S. W. 5th S1.-M. B. Radio Co.. SltuZSfVZS^ Bureau of Jewish Education, Congress Blda Ml %  I 1262 Washington Ave.-Amidon's .MOS 7 E?7i5£ U *£*" mandy School. 1021 Biarritz Drive. St.—NorAccomp,P, cd by Awt|lll Mack Accompanied by Joel Herron 2 Great STARS! DOC MARCUS %  2S7^ / A T 1 mNm TWIWS DICK GASPARRES ORCHESTRA BARTOLO'S RUMBA BAND 20 AMERICAN BEAUTIES "••rPrtttntaHomotfMd 12:30 JAKE l I h(l I • H H'"B IH'.IVIIION. Ill IVHONf HOlltWOOO 1054


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PAGE TWO jmlstifkrMtoOL B'nai B'rith Women faMonaMy fyieaMny N ame Mr^Opt"" By ELSIE KRONENFELD the proceedings and spending Mrs. Ida Optner, long-Urne Givtag congratulation, i. A a few days in Tampa i B j* ^ ^ 0 j. ways a pleasure. So, happy T HE SERVICE SCENE j p of ,Vn;n B nthiWombirthday, Philip Lefkowitz. It's Billy Peretzman, U. S. Navy, ^ i st Tui sday following tw today, we hear Ernice arrive d here yesterday ^ division of the Women s orgam Weinkle daughter of Mr. and i ea ve. Which makes his parMtlon inU Miami and MU Mrs. Carl Weinkle, celebrated en ts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcach chapters, her 11th birthday Tuesday I Peretzman, 926 15th St., espeMrs Optner wil Monday evening. Now there's p i nes Also on terminal ££Jj~ r corresponding si retarj a smart husband i leave, till March 31, is Second M;< M ; M K Speakinq of anniversaries, Lt. Joe Scheinberg. who started ; 1;i v Mrs Abt & TeasRabbi and Mrs. Moses Mesout as a buck private three .,,,.... Mr8 Luthei Bromberg. Mscheloff celebrated their lltth years ego. During his two torian: Mrs. Sam Silver, parnawedding anniversary on March years overseas, he saw-action mentanan 10 A number of friends with the 251st Field Artillery Also to be elected at the next dropped by in the afternoon to m the Philippines and was meeting is the board toast them. Later, they were commissioned in the field at The organizatio. honored at a dinner Luzon. He also received the • twi his parents Dolly Scheinmoon trip to New York and I ££." berg is making good use of North Carolina ... M .„. those lonely evenings while Irwin Berger, SAD 1-c, rej Peretz is doctoring aboard ship turned to Miami Monday with w ,. r eremonv in the Pacific. She's going to his discharge alter three and a c ^"'y night school in New York half veers in 'he Navy. The Has Syrian Customs where she's living with her son of Mrs. Anna Berger. he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack was stationed at Pearl Harbor Selby ... for four months. He and his Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schwartz -other will probably visit his are here from Charlotte, N. C. twin sisters Thelma and Barvisiting his uncle and aunt oa:c ::i Brooklyn soon Mr. and Mrs Meyer Schwartz 'Mrs Tillie Mark will return to Parents are lovelv people. I the Bronx Monday after a 10%  e> %  mm %  %  %  1 %  -• a ** UNIVERSITY STUDENTS PLAN JUNE WEDDING The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Edith Schwartt and living Stiefel will be illy announced by her parents. Mr and Mrs. Max Schwartz, Of New York city, and Miami Beach, at a family dinner Sunday. Mr. Stufel's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Stiefel, of Philadelphia and 4213 Nautilus dr., where the dinner will be held. An early June wedding is being planned by the couple. Both attend the University of Miami where Miss Schwartz is majoring in dramatics. She will be graduated in August. Mr. Stiefel recently discharged from the Army after one and a half year's service in Europe. ERNEST LEVINS TO RESIDE HERE Da\. i Massre and th I n • for four months. He and his Mary Roman IVI i ed in a litional Syrian-Jewisl %  %  performed bj Ral bi M Mescheloff at Beth Ja ie Monday < vening. The bcidi laughtei f Mr. and rurenis ere loveiv peouie. i uie UIUI,J i>iunuuy UJICJ U IW -•••Mr. and Mrs. Harold'Aronson'week Slav with Mrs. Berger, lM,s Sam Romano N: have changed their minds her sister-in-law Anothe: : ,. -. ,. # L /r D i_ as bridesmaid. Mr, Massre, wl about living m Ohio so Mrs. house guest Mrs. Berger has ^ are M: and Mrs M ,, S1 S will be ct the Breakstone hotel. N W. 13th ave.. is home from Mi and Mrs A. M e, who Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alper -he hospital after a siege of were married by Rabbi Mi said good-bye to their son-indouble pneumonia During her' lf ;i tew w "'*' •"'' Abo P res law and daughter, Mr and illness, her son. Elias Schlossj f nt w< M '' ld Mrs L ^ M j zrahi Mrs. J. Rachlin. Mond Rachlins had mac hotel for There's !c:s ..y...*.., ..„ o,,^ illness, ner son, r,nas acnioss, ,, n. Monday The man. flew from Alaska in an v ,v""' % %  : : "V""""' W, c:s"cr^ S from E^lHft^S ^ '' Z/ 10 ADEO,; cve.-Miss Dede is the first time that Mr. and Dams of Stamford, Conn., is Mrs. Robinson have seen th vacationing with her folks two in three years Mrs. Rose Simkin of Chicago Norman" WeissTson of Sam ,S V SS? & %  "• ^ nC A1,mCn Uel Weiss !018 lelferson ave'.. While Mrs Anna Nashkin has been released from the sercmason. Marvin ere reversing — CO\TINI_ED ON PAGE *) UBSStfl Listen lo Burdine's radio program, "Fashion Time," over WIOD each wekday morning, 8:30 lo 8:4S. An album of Victor Herbert Melodies $2-38 Five delightful "old-favorite records sung by such well-known enlists as Bing Crosby, Frances Langford, Rudy Vallee, Morence George and Victor Young ... all in the same album! MIAMI STORE, RKCORDS. FIFTH FLOOR Hara Mr. and Mrs. Kassin, Mr is, Mr. and Mrs Tebele, Mr. and Mrs. Beyda, W i D. C. The couple will make then home in Miami. Authoritatively Programmd NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. M7 Bltcayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 499*1 Large. Beautiful Room Douo'e Epour Private Bath KITCHEN PRIVILEGES In aautitul Home with Large Grounds 20'4 Alton Road Phone 58.2181 FOR SALE Beautiful Set Store Fixtures, Wall Cases. Show Cases, Fluorescent Lights, Fans, etc. For DRUG, SUNDRY or GIFT STORE 122 N. E. First Avenue Miami ASTOR HOTEL 956 Washington Ave. Amer.ean or European Pi an Reaeon.bl, Daily or Mo „, Vy Rite Make Your Reservations lor Passover Early •> Per Day, Room and Board Three Meala Daily STRICTLY KOSHER Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Levin are making their home at 1510 Meridian ave., following their honeymoon in Havana last week. The bride is the former Miss Beatrice D. Lippman, daughter of Mrs. Rose Lippman. of Brooklyn. A former real estate agent, she associated with the Miami Bi ach Hotel association and the Jewish Federation. Mr. Levin, whose parents are the Irving Levins of New York, is a member of the New York iation. Discharged from the air corps in December after serving 21 months in Europe as a captain, he is now owner of the Vai ationland Travel service. Perils of Hazel! "Hazel Hazard," student-created cartoon character, emphasizes Red Cross accident prevention warnings at Mundclein College, Chicago, where she is sponsored by the Red Cross college unit. BOOKKEEPER FOR RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION ON MIAMI BEACH F.ve and a Half.Day Week No Saturdays GOOD SALARY Care ot Jewith Floridian. Box 2973, Miami, Florida GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-3860 Harry's Barber Shop Modern and Sanitary 1790 S. W. 8th Street First Class Work Three Barbers on Duty CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Enrollments Now Being Accepted Call Miss Dubler 9-1923 P,ed 3e LunrJ^ Cardiac Q,i|<| ren Annual p]^* held at the Be l| by an afternoon 0 f ment. Proceeds of th. i„„ be devoted to ho t> at 4250 W. Fla^l ^"ption ^ Reserv.,lt,„ns may GOLD-KLUGER In a simple ceremony J ed by Rabbi Moses Mt3 Miss Ruth H. Kluger wj Simon Gold were joined a riage Sunday afternoon il patio of Rabbi Me. home, 71 Lenox ave. The bride is the dau^l Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiwi New York. Mr. Gold's pa.-(J Mr. and Mrs, Max Gold cfi York. After a month's honevaj Miami Beach, the eoiipH make their home in NnrV Jewish War Vetmm, I Beach post 330, will met) (3 Beach Y 8 p.m. Wedaetde?.] OSCEOLA CAW| FOR BOYS Situated on Beautiful ola Lake near HendatJ vUle, N. C. 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MARCH 22. 1946 ••Jewish fhrknan PAGE THREE jerman Sees Certainty of Jewish State in Palestine %  r .Si?ve concert at thr*'" h g Jw "' %  H '"""' I B r. B p?lng u %  '• >"" i" ,s %  > %  ..-•il.-iMiami Jewfc n The following; nterft bitten by Huth C. Ml Ling an old friendship is I pleasant, especially when L it might be interesting {, Huberman'a thoughts on %  sent troubled and perillition in Palestine, [ew that after the three „i I have just arranged for Havana, Miami and Holly| hl would be leaving for J,P. He is going there for [th anniversary of the PalL ch estra on Dec. 26, to be under the direction of llinari. tallv he talked of his 80 the orchestra, how ht PJ them from all the counlEurope, how he liked best in Jewish Palestine and %  Finland. For there, he Ian artist is received with %  responsiveness and sponthan any country in the world. An artist can play B ges of 5.000 and 10.000 %  ants and be sure of half Ipuhtion turning out to tmember playing in FinTa community of 5,000 and ktine in a community of hid having an audience of tho applauded wildly. This Jtss for music explains how Be can keep a first-class ra which has a regular subscription of 10.000 in |TL1 Aviv and Jerusalem." [had avoided political is\it when I questioned him [the Arab situation, he emphatically that the Arab %  were friendly to the Jews, frtain political groups foirtifiii.il hostilities by profriction to further their kds. First there was Ger| and Italy, now other he said. I am certain if the mall the Jewish people really I Jew ish state, no power in [rid will, in the long run, 1 them from having it," he d. "Political constellapnd political intrigue but history and geogBRONISLAW HUBERMAN. who founded the Palestine symphony in 1936, will play a special violin recital at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Miami Beach High school. His program, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee, will include Handel's Sonata in D major, the Franck Sonata in A major, Tschaikowsky's D major Concerto opus 35, "La Fontaine d'arethuse" from Szymanowski's "Mythes" and Brahms' "Hungarian Dance." German Jews Mark First Free Purim raphy remain, and I am sure that once the imposed restrictions are removed, all the countries of the universe will see us in our proper light and be glad to be alligned with us. "The main thing is to strengthen our ranks and be strong within and work toward a national Jewish state. Perhaps later, when a sick Europe is cured, we can be one of the important states of the United States of Europe," he concluded. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 17457 — ACTS OF 1935 Pile A 10044 NOTICK IS HKUKIIY GIVEN that L. T. LEE, holder of City of Coral GableH Tax Certificates No. 6134. 6136 and 6138, Isxued the 2nd day of July, A. D. 1934, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificates embrace the following described oroperty In the County of Dad.-. State of Florida, to wit: I-.t 20. Hlk. 15, Coral Gables Section 'D', l'lat Hook 25, Pane 74. in the City of Coral Gables, County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in certificate No. 61.14. The assessment of said property under the said certlfli at,Issued was In the name of Unknown. It 22, Blk. 15, Coral Gables Section TV, Plat Book 25, Page 74, In the City of Coral Gables, County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced In certificate No. 6136. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was In tho name of Unknown. It 24, Klk. 15, Coral Gables. Section 'D* Plat Hook 25. Page 74, In the City of Coral Cables, County of Dafle. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 613s. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was it: the name of Unknown. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of May. 1946, which is the 6th day of May. 1946. Dated this 20th day of March. 1946. E. It. I.EATHKKMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By N C. STERRETT. DC. (Circuit Court Seal) 3/22-29 4/5-12 FRANKFURT (JTA) — Celebrating their first Purim since liberation, the Jews of Germany attended the reading of the Megillah in Jewish DP centers and in the few remaining synagogues. At the Zeilsheim DP camp near here the ceremony was held in the camp's public square, in front of the brick monument commemorating the 6,000,000 murdered Jews of Europe, with floodlights illuminating the scene. A series of parties and dances also marked the holiday. Sidney Flatow, welfare director at Zeilsheim, who was formerly the executive director of a Jewish center in New York, organized a children's party, and a dinnerdance at which children presented the story of Esther. Hamentaschen, candy and almonds were distributed. The Jewish community councils of Frankfurt and Berlin also had children's parties. The Berlin community arranged a reception attended by 2,000 persons, including representatives of the four occupation powers. Here, also, children depicted the story of Esther. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FIAiRIDA TOY DISTRIBUTORS, at 1635 B7W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY HYMAN 3/22-29 4/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COMFORT-EASE COUCH COMPANY at 1637 S. W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY HYMAN. 3/22-29 4/3-12-19 KING BAKE SHOP 1894 S. W. 8th Street FINE PASTRIES Cakes for Special Occasions Birthdays—Weddinqs Try Our Delicious Chocolate A. PAPIER, Prop. PHONE 9-3924 ENETIAN BLINDS AND CORNICES If You Want Good Materials. Workmanship, At a Fair Price CALL 3-5072 New Blinds ^e*t quality c>dar slats. and cord. Rust-proof Iware and paint of long lurance against sun and alher. Our workman are Ued in their work, end aember. we have been %  Wished since 1914. enetian [Blind |Dept. N. W. ad St. Phone 15072 AWNING CO. Reconditioning and painting in our modern plant. Blinds are completely disassembled and overhauled, thoroughly sanded and two coals of special enamel paint used. Same exactness and first quality material used as in new work. Our Awning Dept 1396 N. W. 36th St Phone 2-173 1 SOLOMON APPOINTED LONDON (JTA)—The appointment of Lieut. Col. Robert B. Solomon, one-time president of the British Jewish National Fund, as adviser on Jewish affairs to the British element of the Allied Control commission in Germany was announced this week in the House of Commons. John B. Hynd, the cabinet member responsible for occupation matters, said that the appointment of Col. Solomon followed consultation with the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Solomon, who has been active in Zionist affairs, will leave for Germany early in April. 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 REGISTER NOW! Vote May 7 ELECT GEORGE SMATHERS Your Congressman Former Assistant U. S. District Attorney and Special Assistant to U. S. Attorney General ABLE PROGRESSIVE M. Political Adv. 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AY. MARCH 11. 1946 lc h Will Honor Irict Secretary, ich Campaign L Fisher, executive secre\[ the fifth district o£ B'nai will be guest speaker at Lch to bo given in his honor le Strand restaurant, 1225 Lgton ave. 10 a.m. Sunday. Connection with a local iB'raith membership drive, has as its goal 500 new ers my April 1, Fisher is %  ring with Harold Turk, B'nai B'rith membership nan; Paul L. Greene, Beach %  membership chairman, and Shayne, Sholom lodge ership chairman. lAbram L. Sachar, national pr of B'nai B'rith Hillel ktions, will be a principal ir at It>e brunch. leers and membership chairIf Broward county and West TBeach lodges, as well as j of tli<' women's chapters, Ittend. Also present will be intatives from Sholem the Miami Beach lodge, iBnth Women of Sholem the newly created Miami Women, the Emma Lafchapter, the Rose chapter, Men's chapters and B'nai [Youth groups. old Turk is in charge of kements. %  Fisher, his wife, and their (tcr, Sarah Louise, are vaJng at the Maxine hotel, lare from Roanoke, Va. +Je*lsltUrldk*n PAGE FIVE AIDS FOOD CONTROL Frank L Weil president of the National Jewish Welfare board, has been appointed to the National Famine Emergency counPRAISED hiNUED FROM PAGE ONE) [for supervised recreation lldren. ortance of protection of Jty groups and minority interests was considered, sufficient time prohibited scussion and it was left for re meeting. rches and church leaders urged to place special emIon family worship and the ance of all members of the joining together in their cil by President Truman. The council, of which Herbert Hoover is honorary chairman, seeks to, prevent starvation in Europe by reduction of food consumption here. A call was issued earlier this month to the people of this country to eat 40 per cent less wheat and 20 percent less fats. religious experiences. This was held as one of the major methods to achieve a more wholesome family life, the first line of defense in any delinquency program, Klass said. A recommendation was made to the Governor that a permanent organization be set up to assist communities in preventing juvenile delinquency. Klass noted the absence of representatives of Jewish fraternal organizations. Only other Jewish representative present was Dr. Carl N. Herman, president of the Florida State Conference of Social Work. Victory Party Ends CJA (CONTINUED FROM PAO ONE) \ kel, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff. Also Mrs. Morris Klass, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Matilda Ratncr, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, Mrs. Sadye Rose, Mrs. Sadye Oliphant, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Murray Maurer, Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Sophie Schjwartz, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Sam Blank, Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. Benjamin Kane, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Max Orovitz have also been asked to serve. Sholem Sontup of New York, representative of the United Jewish Appeal, will be a special guest at the victory celebration and will bring the results of the Greater Miami campaign to the UJA, a major beneficiary of Miami's drive for funds for local, national and overseas agencies. "If we can reach our goal by Sunday," Singer says, "we will have the happiest celebration ever held in this community and BARUCH APPOINTED President Truman's appointment of Bernard M. Baruch, 75year-old "park bench statesman." as American representative on the United Nations atomic energy commission drew favorable comment from Senators this week. The aged financier has previously served as adviser to six Presidents. I want every worker to join us with her husband or his wife." Special invitations have been mailed to campaign leaders and workers encouraging them to bring in all final returns and participate in the celebration. BISCAYNE TO STAGE ALL-FLORIDA EVENT Thirty-two of the state's best racing greyhounds will compete at the Biscayne Kennel club, April 15-20, in the fourth renewal of the All-Florida Championship Stakes which this year will become the richest greyhound stakes ever in Florida and one of the nation's richest of all times. A purse of $5,000 has been posted. In the meantime, Biscayne continues its record breaking meeting with outstanding feature races headlining each night's card of 10 races that start at 8 p.m. TO VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II: If you are an honorably discharged veteran of World War II and of the Jewish faith, you are eligible for membership in our organization. We feel that we can be of real service to you, and conversely, you can help us. We extend to you a sincere welcome to join with us in our work. FREDA MARKOWITZ POST No. 174 JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES Meets 2nd and 4th Monday every month at YM k YWHA, 1567 S. W. Fifth Street — 8:15 P. M. FRANK KLINE, Quartermaster DR. MAURICE KLEIN 811 N. W. 13th St.—Miami Commander PHONE 2-1025 VETERANS ALWAYS WELCOME NEXT MEETING: MARCH 25th Colonial Fun Camp and hospital council workers in the Red Cross college unit at William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., entertain servicemen with sight teeing tours of the colonial restoration buildings at Williamsburg. JUST PUBLISHED Sermons Of Hope and Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 Sons of Abraham Book Fund 74 South Ferry Street Albany 2, N. Y. A RABBI'S Of CITY STREETS FAITH 1 PIpou slesVs use. 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I +JeMfl<*!J !" lPAGE TEN F&IDAY, LEGAL NOTICES VOTICE 18 MKIIKHT (1IVEN that .I.,' iiiulrl ilmad, .l-wlrltiK to encase In under it"flrtltlua name of ,, niv ;i>llrant. i.s-15 lt-t %  %  NEW YORK CHAIRMEN OF IDA OSCAR M. LAZARUS left, chairman oi the board of iRectors of the Benrus Watch Co., and EDMUND WATERMAN nghO, of E. Waterman & Co.. food exporters, have beer, named 94b executive chairmen of the New York cai a in behalf ot the Joint Defense Appeal. Since 1941. the Joint De: peal has served as the fund-raising arm and coordinating body of the Americcn Jewish con::. "nation League of B'nai B'rith—making possible the activities of the two agencies in fighting anti-Semitism and in safeguarding traditional American liberties ^ x. %  \i %  %  '. %  % %  Rimers to Honor !" LETIC D.RECTOR UOClOr OOn Herman Polansky Mr. ana Mrs. Benjamin Rimi r, 1669 Jefferson ave., will h open housi fi m 3 till 6 ; m Sundy hoi t ::. Dr H B. F. from Emi Medical school last weeken I in Atlanl Mr. and Mrs. Rii r atl :ided the graduation and w en panied home by their son. He will be here until M< nday he will leave for Ni city to intern at Lincoln hospital, Dr. Rime: was graduated fi Miami Beach Senior Hi^h school and received his bachelor of arts degree from Emi is a mem T h With ber of Phi Delta Epsiloi fraternity and Alpha Epsil ti Pi J I three and a half social fraternity and holds thi best sperank of first itenant in the %  i %  s li %  %  % %  M %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, mUtned. il.slrlna; to • %  "na In • i. luvenlle Furniture business under %  ..,.. name "f TODDLER'S OP MIAMI, ll MOO B W. Mh Street, Mi m i. Florida, Intenda to renlster mie with the Clerk of the ClrU H Court "f Dade County. Florida. AI.EXANIER WINNICK. Sole Owner. a-tt 4/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •h. underlined, dealrlnar to encage In under the fictitious name "f is VARIETY BTORE. at 1649 \ w lid Ave., Miami. Intend to mid name with the Clerk of fin ii Court of l>ad County, oca ...1-S.TZ MAItGAKET IjrSTTZ M \i:x FEINBERO, for Applicants. \,.|'|i-|: IS HKUKI'.Y GIVEN that Ihe undi i n %  I ; .l.r the fictitious name of I A Hill PRODUCTS, at 46 N. W. Kirs! Btreet, Miami. Florida, and Inrealater the wild fictitious ime i' the office of the Clerk of the • Court of Dade County. Florida. EVE K.MFMAN ANNA FKCTKOFF ESTHEK FKCTKOFF Sole Owners i ;l"' iROE I'llEItTK" >F Vttorney for Applicants j :: 3-1 s-io-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. undersigned, deslrlne, to engage In islneas under Ihe fictitious name of VHLES SHOE BTORE, at 2202 Ponce I. l„-..n Blvd.. Coral Cables. Fla.. In• Iic register said name with the • %  K ..f the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EMANUEL REIDERMAN Sole Owner Army medical corps. Your RED CROSS must carry on! cial on the Miami Bei post la t yeai. SEEK DESERTER IS HERE %  [ Kit X I INHS Co, lit M I' '' %  ,..,.• %  ... • • •• bad< I r IUA s i.ryv Information conci rning the its of (I. raid Mandell, 20, is light by the Na tional Desertl anthropic aid society 1 ted at 67 West 47th st. New York. Alleged to bi ni ida now, Mandi 1! has been living apart fn n his nd and failed to contribute to their Di 1945, He is .-:>. feet I ... is 1C4 pounds, has light brown hair. green ;. %  • | ecte( j the cental ippei lip, N( iTICK IS HEKEIIY GIVEN ll I %  • • • • %  %  • !: %  'II VS s 1 VIN I' & Ii VHKWARE STi IRE .' I • !. I'alm A' • FIoi 'I, rk of the %  f I t.v. 1 % % %  UtRIS RolllNSKY ALTON Ri HIINSKY s VM SILVER. Vttorm • A] ". l-S-15-22-29 NOTICE IS 1IKRERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage isinesa under the fictitious name NEW \Y TOWEL si'PPLY at Florida, Intend to register ime with the Clerk of the Clr%  • ir( of I>ade County. Florida. FlyORENCE S EATON W R EATON % %  i r.-i2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • i ligned, desiring to mirage In under the flctllloua name of COMMERCIAL UKKIUCJERATION MAINTENANCE Intend to register ime with the Clerk of the Clr• C of 1 Hole County, Florida. SII'NEY Wdl.KKI.D E II. STEIN %  15-22-a We Sore You Money Collins Transport I Tradinj, lot, M N. r. • %  IRII VT. Phone 3-0789 SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH licensed Electroloflist Removing Superfluous Hair Warls and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 1? Ye ar ot s "essful Practice In New York, New Jersey and Miai Recommended by the Medical Profession Keep tkiAn Ut U&UA MEDICINE CABINET /XlkaSeltzer Try Alks.Btlti.r *ar Heaaukt. -kom,,.. Afur" Aealaa MurUt, Acid InditMlion. PleaMat, pronibt, effMlWe. M mmi M. ONETjDAY VITAMIN JaL TABLETS A MAN WITH A PLAN Under my plan beneficiariei have receired an increase from present policies of moie than twenty-eight per cent without any additional premium outlay. Call or write: H. A. BINDER Suite No. 615, Olympia Bldfl. PHONE 3-0828 LIFE MEMBER—MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE MARCH LEGAL fj>" ''Al'K'?;'M-r t S !" < "AN-ErtY TT fl ABOLF iti.SEXKKfj'/ I CLARA ROBKHfml ^ you U'AttV, H before H,. %  -/,, rxrB£ Complaint oT?.:,l '.: i (ar .';\\.;'^r HAROLD TI KK buflneai ui r th ":'JtiO(a reltater h .;r M ,R, E&al HA. 01 ""•' "Wil a <"-i.ar'-rll Pas-Si MYERS. HKiM^'" Ma =T NOTICE is IIKKEBTffll thp UDderaiimed are .nnJffl neaj undei the fictiUoJSi LEVIN WII-.I.I:SAI,E1B Tims. .-,1 i„ s N *is ML Miami. Florida and iKtrtJi the I flctltloua iSSM ot the Clerk of ih. cJenS Dade County. Florida !" r KLT I.KVIS OEOROE CHERT^ 011 NOTICE IS HKREBTL the underslcned, di-Kirtnc Vel In tiunlneas under the tl'-J of TOl'R VALET, at lainF Btreet, Miami, Florida kw| later aald name with the CMI Circuit Court of Dade I'oool HARRY Pllioal HERMAN Kilflf SAM SILVER. Attornev f"r Applicant!. I/l-l-lB-M-tl NOTICE IS HEREBrOTfl the undersiRiied, deslrlnmt bualneaa aniler the fletithaL COMI'I.ETE UKFRIIEIunil PLY. at 1VS0 Southwest Ela( Miami. Florida, Intend to: name with the Clerk "( Jit Court of Pa'le Countr FVnkl WILLIAS J PINAfJll D. A PINACH10 MAX It. SILVER. Attornev for Applicant! s/i-*-i5-::-:9 PAINTING AND Decoratin|| INTERIOR nd EXTERIOR... LICENSED u INSURED.., GUARANTED) WORK... No Job T oo Lara* *J Eatimattt Cheerful; %  e PHONE M Keystoi CONSTRUCnOIfl 2236 N. W. WtmT 5i?5 Viumin pounr, t low ONL-A.IMY Vlumm Tableta. A^tid plex UH,u uuap*, boa. %  I NERVINtU TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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lbe\wiislbJEIliOipidliiaiP Gw %  ^THE JEWISH UNITYt THE JEWISH plg^NUMBER 12 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS [gnes Urges, Arabs ise Binationalist State lUSALEM (JTA)—Dr. Judah L. Magnes, president of the 1 university and chief advocate of Arab-Jewish cooperaPalestine, told the Anglo-American Inquiry committee k ,hat only establishment of a bi-national Arab-Jewish ould solve the Palestine problem ore he began his testimony, the Arab Higher committee K the inquiry group with a 200,000-word memorandum, a bi-national state and offering "full citizenship" to the 0 000 lews now in Palestine, provided that an Arab established here, and that further Jewish immigration o —— %  nemorandum stated that would refuse to con[the continuation of limvish immigration while 5 ed state was being set grounds that even limnigration would encourJews try to force their Palestine," the Arabs end themselves with evns .-it their disposal, sing the Ichud group's First Visas JermanJews plan for a bi-national state, Dr. Magnes said that it envisioned political and numerical parity between the Arabs and the Jews. Under the plan, Palestine would be divided into several districts, some of which would be purely Jewish, others completely Arab, jsts to believe that if i and the remainder of mixed poprted more pressure they | ulation. The country would be tain further concessions. | ruled by a consultative body on spokesman warned that which Jews and Arabs would have equal representation, with the high commissioner as chairman. Magnes took the committee members to task for their failure to issue an interim report concerning the 100.000 displaced Jews in Germany and Austria. "Why the delay?" he asked. "We want them here. We will share everything we possess. You ave FORMER ZM HEAD SLATED TO SPEAK HERE TUESDAY Dr. Israel Goldstein, past president of the Zionist Organization of America, will address a joint meeting of Greater Miami Zionist groups 8 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Israel. His subject will be "The Jewish Scene on a World Canvas." The public has been inIKFURT (JTA)—The BS begun filing applicafeh the U. S. consulate (visas for displaced Jews, under President TruIrectives. At the same tarted issuing corporate jf which it will prorst affidavit was issued Leopold Neuhaus of and his wife. Both %  von of Theresienstadt. P' Neuhaus is believed only remaining rabbi in Their son is the rabbi |w York city congrega'licants must now wait lv are called up by the for further action on plications. It is hoped irst transport of immipll leave for the United the first week of May. DC office has announced elia Davidson, an immi(apert attached to the ial Refugee Service National Council of Jewis recovering in an spital ; ,t Marburg from Suffered in an automoOent last week. Sylvia of the Jewish Agency, injured at the same already been discharged ipital. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Wise Sues College For Discriminating NEW YOSK (JTA)—Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, has charged Columbia university with violation of the anti-dis crimination clause of the state tax law in an application filed with the New York city tax commissioner to cancel the university's tax exemption. Dr. Wise, suing both as a taxpayer and as chief executive of the Congress, said, "an institution claiming to be nonsectarian, which selects students not solely and exclusively because of their intellectual ability and moral character, but for the avowed purpose of serving racial or religious prejudices, does not devote its property exclusively to educational purposes and is not an educational institution within the meaning of the tax law." Dr. Frank D. Fackenthal, acting president of Columbia university, asked to comment on Dr. Wise's charges, said: "There is no such discriminatory practice at the university." Victory Celebration Ends C JA Sun day With the victory celebration of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal slated for 3 p.m. Sunday at the Latin Quarter, Chairman Wm. D. Singer is calling upon drive leaders for renewed efforts to raise the $30,000 that will make the $783,100 campaign a success. "However, our campaign cannot stop at $783,100," Singer states. "Every additional dollar raised will save a life. Let us fulfill Dr. Stephen S. Wise's reguest that we raise at least $800,000 to electrify the country and our own community." DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN vited by the sponsoring organization, the Greater Miami Zionist council, which iscomposed of 10 organizations". During his visit to Miami, Dr. Goldstein will speak on the "Role of Religion in World Peace" at the University of Miami Monday evening, as part of a series sponsored by the University and the Jews Praised At State Meet Jewish communities were commended on the low incidence of delinquency in the state at the Governor's conference on Juvenile Delinquency this week, reported Morris Klass, who represented the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the conference in Tallahassee. An interesting event was the comment made by heads of Florida state correctional institutions for boys and girls, that at present there are no Jewish children at their institutions, Klass stated. Religious and character building programs which create good citizens instead of social offenders were commended, he said. Of particular interest to residents of larger cities was the recommendation that schools and churches keep their buildings open after school hours and during weekends and summer vaca(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) AMG Gives Preference to Jews In Greater Hesse, Colonel Reports WEISBADEN (JTA)—Reiterating the American Military Government's policy of granting preferential treatment to Jews and other sufferers of Nazism, Col. James Newman, military governor of the Greater Hesse district, has warned the German people that they must rid themselves of anti-Semitism and other Nazi ideologies if they expect food or other assistance from the United States. He made this statement at a press conference with German newsmen. In an interview with a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent. Col. Newman said that he knows "from personal inspection" that Jews employed by the unity Plans for Immigrant Integration imp the problem of P'e. representatives of % al agencies met with e r. field representative Mional Refugee Service, led a general program ommunity Friday. |h information concernFjval of Europeans in not definite, the group ns to establish a local "'ve body to provide Cdrc for immigrants arrive, Pi^the meeting, a Refugee committee will be appointed by the Jewish Social Service bureau as a subcommittee of its board of directors. Membership will be drawn from the JSSB board and the community in general to achieve broad representation. Formation of this committee was held preferable to an entirely new administrative organization. Present at the breakfast meeting were Max Orovitz, Stanley C. Myers, Morris Klass, from Federation; Mrs. Monte Selig, Mm. Nat Williams and Mrs. Max J. Finkelstein, National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Charles Cohen, Jewish Social Service bureau. Mr. Myers and Mrs. Selig are also members of JSSB. JSSB, as a general family case work agency, and the Council, with its port and dock work and naturalization program, are the two local agencies set up to service immigrants. Federation's participation in the refugee program stems from its position as the existing community central planning organization. military government live more comfortably than "most Germans." He cited an instance where Germans employed by the military government were forced to leave their quarters to make room for a group of Jews who were moving in. The AMG and German authorities are constantly striving to impress the German people that Nazi victims deserve preferential treatment, he declared, adding that agencies were established to assure this preferential status. "Unfortunately," Col Newman said, "the AMG and the German government cannot undo in not quite a year's time what the very effective Nazi propaganda machine did in 12 years." He concluded that he is convinced that the Greater Hesse government was "sympathetic" to the military government's policy. An effort is also being made by Greater Hesse provincial authorities to employ as many Jews as possible in the de-nazification and reconstruction program in the province. Minister of Reconstruction and De-Nazlfication Gottlieb Binder told the correspondent. Binder said that Jews had expressed their interest in the job of ridding Germany of the Nazis and placing them in prison. Under the new de-nazification pro(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) A contribution of $5,000 was made by Hialeah Park this week through the efforts of Jacob Sher, chairman of lb* amusements division, who has personally brought in an additional $5,000 from cards he has been covering during the past few days. "There are still outstanding contributions from many Miami firms and organizations," Sher said. He pointed out that the tracks and amusement industries are doing their share to make the campaign successful. Singer has appointed a special committee, headed by Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Ned Sail, to handle arrangements for Sunday's victory party. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. G. M. Cohen, Mrs. Harry Cornblum, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Irving Fran'CONTINUED ON PAGE 5> 7,000 Berlin Jews Struggle For Life NEW YORK (JTA) —Within the ruins of Berlin today, 7,000 German Jews are coming to life out of hiding and concentration camps for the first time in more than 13 years, Philip Skorneck, Joint Distribution committee representative in the German capital reported this week at a press conference held here under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. Mr. Skorneck. who returned to the United States this week after carrying out relief and rehabilitation activities in Berlin for six months, said that "Berlin's Jews are engaged in a grim struggle for existence in a cold, roofless, inflation-ridden city. "Most of the German Jews now living in Berlin are housed in inadequate private dwellings in the community," the JDC representative continued. "Many of them— beaten and starved and broken by the Nazis—are unable to work. They live on a government dole of 35 marks per person each week or 60 marks ($6.00) a couple. Because it is almost impossible to live on this small amount, especially in view of the sky-rocketing inflation in Berlin, the JDC provides a grant of 100 marks per person each month to several thousand German Jews." Certificates Granted JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Palestine government has announced the allocation of 1,600 immigration certificates for the period March 15-April IV Of these, 1,500 will be assigned to Jews and 100 to non-Jews. Must Reregister Now toVote in the Coming Primaries : i, %  %  %  i j



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Ly, MARCH 22, 1946 Survivors Get Stretcher Farm, New Life With U.J.A. Support kplefl. Ann Liepah, Joint DislribuICommittM worker in Germany, reU\ -ivv near Nuremberg a beautiful tlrre farm, *hich belonged lo Julius licher. Hitler*! most notorious Jewfcr, shown (top right) attending a T "."> wveral years ago. Ann ked into ili. property office of Almilitar> authorities and calmly frd ror the farm as a training center V'M\ rarvivon planning to go TWetline, The result: the entire icn-T e-tate now houses 200 JewParvivori who call the farm "Kii Stretcher The J.D.C. receives f for it* relief and rehabilitation f trotn American Jewry through Unprecedented United Jewish Ap1 "mpaign for 1100,000,000 in 1946. Center, Fishermen unloading the day's catch in the waters off Palestine where fishing has been given an important place in the national economy with the help of the United Palestine Appeal, one of the three agencies whose work is supported by the United Jewish Appeal. Bottom, these happy children, shown on their way to • playground in the Emergency Refugee Shelter at Firt Ontario, New York, are now beginning their li\ as new Americans in communiti throughout the United States where they have been resettled through the National Refugee Service, which re* reives the funds for its readjustment program from American Jewry's contributions to the United Jewish Appeal. lition Planned For rcantile Bank ppansion of the Mercantile bnal Bank building, 420 Lini"d„ to cost approximately PO.OOO, was announced this fcstruction of the new store ,: space will begin imfati'K to be ready for fall ocfjey, according to the ownI Architect Albert Anis, who {'" and supervised the origIDuilding, has completed the P foi tlie new structure, fp entire building will be air F'"ntd and will contain If"' 0 mechanical improvem MOVES OFFICE Jhe occasion of his 25th anrsaiy as a rial estate brokMi&mi, 11. H. Lewin moved I "us own building, completed pt'y at 39 N.E. Second ave. ipubuc has been invited by I Mrs. Lewin to inspect Pew quarters which are airloned throughout. Beach Announces Absentee Vote Date March 25 to 30 have been designated as voting days for Miami Beach freeholders who will be out of town April 9 when the bond issue will be submitted for the third time. The bond issue was defeated twice previously by the lack of sufficient total votes. Miami Beach citv council last week trimmed the bond issue from $2,950,000 to $700,00 retaining only the proposals for a $400,000 waterworks improvement and a $300,000 off-street parking project. Voters may cast (heir absentee ballots at the court house. International Idea Duringthe past year instruction in nursing skills has been given through the medium ol interpreters to Poles, Lithuanians, Spanish-speaking Mexicans, Finns, Trench, and Chinese. Despite their ignorance of English. pupils have been apt and delighted with their newly gained knowledge. -JmlsiincrMtof} PAGE THIRTEEN Face Facts By George Talianoff Fla. Regional Director, ADL The bigots are at it again. This week, several Florida communities reported the distribution of a scurrilous anti-Jewish sheet and the indications are that the leaflet was disseminated widely in other parts of the country. Following in the wake of other un-American sheets that have prostituted patriotic symbols, this sheet calls itself "The American." Its content runs the gamut of un-American propaganda reminiscent of the Hitler inspired variety. Typical of the ridiculous statements contained therein, and its vicious and dastardly nature is the paragraph, ". we are going to offer a reward for a Jew ex-service man who was actually injured in combat during World War I or II! They were in the rear always!" Apparently there must have been something wrong with this sheet to prevent it from being publicized during the war. The sheet continues, "The war ended, the American will resume publication." This scurrilous sheet as well as others similarly labeled as unpatriotic, un-American and subversive, went underground after Pearl Harbor. The reappearance of these publications, as well as other available signs, indicates that undemocratic forces are rallying for a concerted effort to plan an allout fight upon traditional democratic liberties. The perpetrators believe they can gain a livelihood by appealing for support to those who might be beguiled by hate-mongering. Just this past month, this column described the results of the recent congressional election in Georgia where the voters resoundingly repudiated an appeal to religious prejudice. There, a political candidate whose program offered no more than narrow-minded bigotry, rectived a ridiculously insignificant vote at the hands of an outraged electorate. The individual printing this vicious sheet has apparently not yet learned that appeals to prejudice and intolerance do not pay off. Yes, the war is over and the bigots are at it again. They, however, will find poor pickings this time. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123S Washington Ave. Mitimi Beach THC3M. BURNS. Jf Pumrnt Director ABE enJENBEHG. Treasurer In New York 76th Si. and Amsierdui: Ave. B'nai B'rith Offers Graduate Fellowships Two fellowships of $500 each for graduate work in vocational guidance will be offered again by the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service bureau. Eligible for the awards are college seniors or graduates interested in and qualified for ultimate service in Jewish economic adjustment agencies. Locally, interest in the fellowships is being prompted by the Anti-Defamation league youth committee, according to George Talianoff, ADL director. Preference will be given to applicant? who have taken undergraduate study in sociology, economics, psychology or education. Applications must be submitted on or before May 31 to the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service bureau, 1746 M St., N. W., Washington 6, D. C. Further information may be obtained from Talianoff by phoning 3-6306. Roundtable Slated Directors of social work agencies will hold a roundtable discussion on "The Community: Family and Children are its Concern" for Junior League provisional al 10 a.m. today in the Junior League office. Participants will be Charles Cohen of the Jewish Social Service bureau; Miss Dorothy Cason, Family Service; Miss Claudia Harney, Catholic Welfare; Miss Ruth Bucher, Children's Service. Mrs. Ellen Whiteside of the Council of Social Agencies will be moderator. DUIMIffll ^pZH) S. W. 12th AV. 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For three-year board membership, Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Harry Boyell and Mrs. Ben Essen were nominated. Two-year directorate nominees are Mrs. Stanley Phillips, Mrs. Harry Marcus and Mrs. J. Epstein; one year, Mrs. William Slepian, Mrs. William Farr, and Mrs. Ada Ev Joseph. Election meeting will be held April 3. Council's annual pledge luncheon will be held April 5 at the Roney Plaza. Mrs. Irving Kobley, vice president of ways and means, and Mrs. Edward Cohen, general chairman, are making arrangements for the affair. Reservations will be accepted until April 1. MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Oldest and Largest" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wait 6 to 10 months for your monuments. We carry a large selection for immediate deliveryAll Styles of Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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MARCH 22. 1946 A nisi Ikridictn PAGE SEVEN fc^DonH Have Monopoly on White Paper tries of access on equal terms to culoahlrin thic ,- c „ b MILTON BROWN tentative of the World V Congress reported last hat he had seen a secre e of the State department tonsular representatives to t very slow, in issuing IT immigrants, [quota laws have almost ItoD to immigration as it lit appears that even the Lall number legally authLc not going to have an j, entering. The: factof itcr is that the White Papalcstinc is only one of White Papers. All the todav dosed to the inland perhaps it is this makes the fight againit lestine White Paper even gnificant than it normally bo. %  uoon a time the world Liriy open place. Bernard Cards once told the story the old Jew, laden with going up to the ticket the railroad station. n t a ticket," said the cket to where," said the Ikes no difference, just so ket." know of any story that zes more poignantly the of the Jew. He had to ing all the time. And as estination, well, one place 9e as good as another— ad. ft least in the old days, ere places where he could (temporary haven—someVhich the displaced Jews German and Austrian Icannot find today. We a new term today— ed persons." There are of thousands of people ategory of Edward Everl's story, "The Man Withountry." 1882. as Prof. R. Davie of a little booklet distribthe Public Affairs cornpoints out, the doors of were open to the immiherever he might come Then slowly the country closing its doors. First, little bit, then it began who was coming. If ne from certain lands— lusia or Italy, the door pt open just a crack, so would have difficulty ezing through. Javie points out that the question has assumW significance in connec|th plans for establishing rTinR peace. The Atlantic he points out, "guaranenjoyment of all countries of access on equal terms to the raw materials of the world." The free movement of goods, he says, is not unrelated to the free I movement of people. It is a significant fact that the most acute of economic depres%  sions came when the highest wall against the goods of other nations and the people of other | lands had been erected. We erecti ed these tariff walls and these immigration walls in the thought of protecting ourselves. Instead of protecting walls, the nations found they had built wailing walls. Somehow when freedom of movement is allowed, gross economic evils have a tendency to relieve themselves somewhat, as the westward movement of our own American people in earlier days tended to produce a more stabilized economy. There are countries far more culpable in this respect than the United States. Israel Zangwill once wrote of the continents who "in their modesty" have mistaken themselves for countries. Such lands as Australia, for example, or Canada. They could double or quintuple their population without being crowded. They cannot forever go on monopolizing such vast areas for so few people. The fight against the White Paper in Palestine, in a certain sense, is a fight for this very thing—a fight for opening the doors of the whole world again to whoever may wish to come. We remember what the English said when the Pope claimed the new world. They asked the Pope to show them the deed in which God Almighty had given him title to the land. God Almighty never gave anyone an exclusive deed to unoccupied land, he said. Dabij Parade rered to Door | Cater to All Parties Health SIPHON-Seltzer I to the last drop. Exavor. Highly carbo10c Per Bottle BOTTLING CO. |W. 4th Ave. Ph. 3-1536 Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen announce the birth of a daughter, Linda Iris, March 7 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mrs. Cohen is now staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th st Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rappaport, formerly of Miami, announce the birth of their son, Stephen Mark, in Washington, D. C. The Bris will be held Sunday. Mr. Rappaport is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rappaport of 1765 S. W. 16th ter. Linda Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, 820 N. E. 83rd st., was born Feb. 21. 418 S. W. 26th ROAD FURNISHED ROOM Double Bed. Separate Building, Private Shower.Bath. FOR BUSINES8 COUPLE Call between 5 and 7 P.M. Only FORMER ZOA HEAD (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) National Conference of Christians and Jews. Rabbi Goldstein is cochairman of the United Jewish Appeal and of the United Palestine Appeal. He holds important posts in Jewish and interfaith work. Shortly after cessation of hostilities in Europe in 1945, he made an extended tour through the concentration camps. His first-hand investigation of Jewish conditions there revealed that the great majority of European Jewry desires to establish their homes in Palestine. >onor ANIS.CHEWITZ 5V OBITUARIES RUBIN Jacob Rubin, 56, president of Local 339. International Ladles Garment Worker*' Union, and member of the executive board of the Central Labor Union, died Saturday In a hospital. Rubin, who ilved at 835 N. W. Seventh ave.. had resided In Miami for 20 years. He was a veteran leader In the garment workers' union In this area, and was an active worker In the Dade county chapter of the American Red Cross. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Maria Rubin: two sons, Capt. Norman and l*vt. Harold Rubin, of the Army; a daughter. Mrs. Herbert Huff. New York city; four brothers, Including Eilwin Rubin. Miami; two sisters and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin, Miami. Services were held Monday In the Cordon chapel with burial In Ml Nebo cemetery. GOLDBERG Morris I'lncus Goldberg, 56. died Sunday at his home, 542 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach. He came from The Bronx. N. Y.. seven years ogo. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mollle Goldberg; three sons, George H.. Frederick and Kmanuel. and two (laughters, Mrs. Anna Lnskln and Mrs. Julia I^evlne, all of Miami Beach. Services were held Sunday afternoon at the Riverside Memorial chapel with burial In Mt. Slnal cemetery. AMG Gives Preference (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) gram announced last week, many persons are needed to fill important posts such as public prosecutors, and judges of trial and appellate tribunals. The law provides that such positions be filled by persons who are known anti-Nazis, at least 30 years old, and with some knowledge of legal procedure. The political carties have been given the job of nominating candidates, although the burgomeister in individual communities may also nominate some. Although preference will be given to qualified Jews and some have applied, Binder does not expect that there will be many Jews on his staff, because there are not many Jews in the province. 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* L FRIDAY Spring Dance Aids Hillel, ADL Its first annual Spring dance will be given by Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, at the Miami Beach Elks club Sunday evening. Proceeds of the affair will be divided between the Hillel house at the University of Miami and the Anti-Defam league, both B'nai B'rith subsidiaries. Bob Millenberg will act as master of ceremonies. Featured entertainers will be Miss Bernice Anne danc song Jack Kaplan at the pian ; Miss Elaine Litwock. singer, and a dance team from the Arthur Murray studios. Miss Marcelle Schecl is in charge of enl i % %  %  %  Personally Speakins (CONTINUED~FROM PACE 2) vice after three years' duty in the South Pacific Ph. M U Robert L. Glasser has returned r-v---j-rz. ^ and son ,o his station inPhiladel phja KLjOnd M L ^ after .pending a 30-day leave Chic^a M ^^ Mrg with his parents. Mr. and M... M^and i ^ g ^ Herman H Glasser Jj R Mis Mendelson, the rabbi's nephBURIED ALIVE tew. Rabbi Machtei and Naomi wili be home Tuesday. Recent arrivals at the Ritz Carl.on hotel include Mr. and Mrs. B. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaplan. Sidney Kapla Majlech Elencwajg. a Polish DP, ll a medical student at the University of Marburg, Germany, by grace of an UNRRA scholarship and a freak of fate. The vouth was "executed in M ARCH Herman Chicago on a business trip this week ... On the same plane, as far as Atlanta, was Mrs. Selig, who had been visiting her son and daughter-in-law, S. Levenshon, Ben W. Levy. George Stern, Mr. and Mrs. R. Udes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. Rave Wlodaver, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stein**. ~~ri Mrs. Phi Ohio Rabbi and Mrs S M. Machtei and daughter, Naomi, left for Yonkers, N. Y., this week to attend the Bar Mitzva of Louis Mr. and Mrs. Phil Trachtenberg, Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs. Charles Segal, Philadelphia, and Jack Dinerstein. Los Angeles. Voters to Decide Fate Of Children's Home One of the finest chile:' it's homes in the United States will be built for this area's needs, under the county development program to be voted on May 7, ad1 vises Francis M. Miller, chairman \ card party a t night of the Dade county Citizens o % %  Mrj Pau Aschc: nationa i board mittee formed to get out the vote. member of H was guest Detailed plans of the proposed speakei after Friday night servPalm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX RepreeentatiTe Beth Israel Temple held a Purim party Sunday afternoon. a dinner in the evening Mr. and Mrs Dan G unce thi I birth of and %  I Philip Blieher has r< turne i I this city after undergoing an op%  n at Johns Hoj kins I tal. home, which would cost $400,000, were I Saturday by Robert Fitch Smith, the arc: who explained that all provision had been made for future expansion. Construction of these new facilities for children will release space at Kendall for the old folks' home, enabling the conversion. for only $100,000 of the buildings there and increasing the capacity for the elderly from 74 to 207. The home will be buiit on a large tract of county-owned land, at N.W. 10th ave. between 23rd and 25th streets. The two-Story building of modern Florida colonial style will accommodate approximately 200 children, along with a detention wing, and a wing for the juvenile court and its staff. The building will be fireproof throughout, with all furnishings designed to accent the idea of a home and not a corrective or disciplinary institution. ices at Temple Beth El last week Arthur Sheir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir. 726 Flamingo dr., left by plane Monday for Worcester, Mass., after spending two months in West Palm Beach. Jack Thomp! retain) as local police chief, defeating R. B. (Bob' Milburn by a vote of 3,134 to 2.4*3 in the recent election. Approximately $35,000 has been raisi y P Im Beach county's 1946 Federated Jewish Charities on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Frank Bayer is the new president of the local B'nai B'rith, succeeding Dave Kate who served two terms. Miss Lillian Metz has been added to the staff of Beth El Sunlay school. Isaac Dobrow, 64, died recently at a local hotel Survivors are his widow. Mrs Lena Dobrow, a son. William, and Mrs. Arthur Schoen, of Palm Beach. An anonymous donation of a lot to be used as a new site for Palm Beach's Temple Israel has been announced by Dr. Carl N Herman M ire than $20,000 has been raised for the building fund of which O. P. Gruner is chairman. Leon Goldsmith is presi! dent of the reform congregation. Temple Beth El sponsored a Purim ball Sunday night. Mrs Maurice Moss was general chairman. Assisting were Mrs. Ira May. Mrs. L. Auerbach, Mrs. A. Muss, Mrs. H. Oppenheimer, Mrs. D. Julius. MJOC To Install Rabbi Rabbi Murray Grauer will be installed as spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at a special ceremony Sunday evening, April 7, to which the community is being invited. Members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association will participate. Representatives of various communal organizations will attend. After a long period of service in the Pacific, Sgt. Marcus Caplin has been discharged from the Marines and has rejoined his wife, the former Ann Dunn. Lou Gold, leeent Army discharge-, is again with his brother, former Army Lt. Jerry Gold, and his brother-in-law, Abe Dobrow, directing motion picture theatres in the Everglades. 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I *. PAGE TWELVE With OwFJjmWk New Member Is Admission Price Headless Haman Attends MARCH, Paul Lukas' current role RKO's "Deadline At Dawn' probably the first instance perfect type-casting the has experienced during hi motion picture career. Those know him best tell me that the personlity of the cab driver he portrays in his starring role closely parallel his own. The cab driver is a philosopher, e humorist and a patient man who does not become upset by the actions of the people with whom he rubs elbows. He is a naturalized citizen who knows and appreciates the country of his adoption. Danny Kaye pets back to Hollywood this week, and his farewell at N.V.'s Paramount theatre must really have been something. At his last show, f'rinstance. he sang and kidded around with the audience for two and a half hours! People showered him with gifts and at the end of the whole audience sang Auld Lang syne" with him! A seventy-nine-year-old woman the other day sent a n to Eddie Cantor lor tickets to his broadcast as she was anxious to see the program before entering a hospital to undergo a serious operation. Eddie, touched bj I i plea and pleased to have such an ardent admir I the tick-1 ets back by special n With all the talk about the, ^.^ Mem %  One .u.. u\..,.-n division, Ami man comber Brunch." an annual might be Of interest. One | h( Women's division. e actor beautliu i starlit night when the ^ Congress, will be held at is entire, scientist was strolling the irince,. h Cente =* Ba-w-.wrjrix • Anyway. THAT the atom cann0 charg0 0 ther than bringing, not destroy!" I one „, more new men I i Albert Lewin. producer this ^ ^ wi|] de SS^BSKSi the intercultura, objective for director Albert Lewin's forth-1 0 f Qi ngress in her discuss ig film. "Bel Ami." He re"New Horizons." She will be tolly suffered the usual writ-1 troduced by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, program • n of the afl Miss er's pangs when seme of his best hit the iraste basket! Producer-director-writer Bin Hecht has left II '• f"f New York, where he will discuss sale policies on his initial producer Republic Studios. "Spectre of the Rose' with the coms home office executives, after which he will go to his in Nyack, N V. where he Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. G i don Wolkenberg, who will be assisted by the Mesdames I Brenner. E. Baskind, L. Cohn, J. Engel. T Firestone, E Gottlieb, A. man, L. Glasser, L. Green. I) Harris, J Kimball, L. Kimball, S Leslit. M, Maurer, L Rabinowitz. M. Rabinowitz, P. will spend five months. During I Salmon. I. Silberlicht. J. Soifer, [that time he plans to write the I A. E. Wolfe, B. Zimmerman. his next two pic tures as well as his autobiography, which he will pen under the title, "A Child of the Century." Fi nk L iess< r is wi iting four songs which Betty Hutton will introduce in "Perils of Pauline," lavish Paramount techn: picture based on the life of Pear CHAPLAIN HONORED MANILA. March 8 — (Spe to the Jewish Floridian)—Military personnel and repress ntatives of the Manila civilian community paid tribute to Chaplain Colman A Zwitman in a tcstiAfter the program, the tottering Wh ,te> rfu J t ue n : the monial farewell meeting to the he] early serials Three of the songs chaplain upon his return to the woman and the grateful soi ted Cant i nfn, '; t> „ his 8 room. "Mr. Cant '..' Is hi ,Iad Thls assignment noy I don-t can : Frankie s first s.nce his reto me." • |v said in ,: Armv for which ivering voice. "Foi ,TOle thtf "dely-hailed inwanted t sei th. Mad Russian." '.. wdung song. "Roger SI Brendan'.* oun Incidentally, he is also Boys' choir this veek n "er of the well-rememthe Hebrew chanl %  Ahavas : '' : ,,i Pr :s The Lord and Pass Olom.' : : th. syn %  munition." with Larry Park plavs th< :: '• was 'cllmg about : A: Jolson) in "The j tain agent famous for allowStory" at Columbi I Jew'"8 mends to outfumble him for ish : • k. "I feel for the nounciation of the Hebrew u rds : 1 ,,,w sympathized Harpo, "he were perfect' owl *!) lm P l dlme,n in his Th. ry about REACH the Jewish wh — To Review Prize Novel department. A : ter thi ,ura department chief approached the ,._ produce) ided "Why "'-ore the Sun Goes Down." don't j an actor out M 28,000 M-G-M him" •: l novel contest, will be reTo which the producer bv Mrs. I. M. Weinstein "Oh. I couldn't, becausi if you "' tne Fn,ia >' Review series, 1:45 think he can't write, you to see how he can act'" The scripts of radio broadcasts E '"abeth Metzgar Howard, also written, produced and directed' received the Doubleday-Doran by CBS' Norman Corwin remain >:noo award for her novel, alive long after they leave the rs L ""ard Kimball will preaii. The National Museum of Sldt -' at ,n '' meeting, which is ie recently requested the '• h >' the Women's discript of Norman's broadcast on vlsion of the American Jewish Czechoslovakia, "The Long Congre88, Name No One Could Spell." The script of "New York, A Tapestry For Radio" reposes in the Museum of the City of New Yoik, and "We Hold These Truths to Be Self Evident" has an honored place in Library of Congress! Uniti I •-• Cl uj lain Zw tman, on leave Temple Israel, region for his work with s< Idlers of all faiths during his servi :e in the Philippines since September, 1945, and his aid in campaigning for the rebuilding of the Manila synagogue which had been destr • by the Japanese last February. Council Opposes Draft The Synagogue Council of America, representing the national orthodox, conservative and reform Jewish congregational and rabbinic bodies in this country, has sent a statement to the House Military Affairs committee asserting the opposition of the Jeweligious bodies to permanent peace-time conscription and urgif You l n aayKevewsenes, 1:45 ing that public hearings by the 0Ught Kist Center 5S" 1 *X* c T m,ttec b continued until 11 E h,H C M n r„^ Z h Mh ? r !•"*?". "vie organizations have had the opportunity to present their views. Vienna U. 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• 4 L K GE SIXTEEN pJeHlstfh!*!**!"J^iLMAaq Congress Forms Town Division -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE ^Meii^eon^ckniud A new division of the American Jewish Congress, to be composed of Miami women, was organized last Wednesday at a tea in the home of Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein. The tea was given by Mrs. Weinstein, Mrs. Sol Leslie and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national presidents of the Men's and Women's divisions of j the the Congress, who explained the AJC program. Mrs. George Chertkof was elected temporary chairman: Mrs. Milton Weiner, treasurer, and Mrs. Ida Commands r, tary. They will serve until the next meeting when permanent officers will, be elected, Announcement of the mi which will be len, will be made in next week's issue of the Jewish Floridian. "Every Jew;.-:-, woman be alerted to the important program of the American Jew ish Congress," Mrs. Leslie stati explaining the formation of the new division. Of tin members of the original Congress division, only 40 are Mianuans. she added, expressing the hope that the Town group will attract city residi nts. Mrs, Leslie is president of the original Congress division, which meets in Miami Beach, and initiati I organizai: n th n A sufficient i joined at i to make the new group eligible for as a separate, auton i ision. Mrs. Hugo Schoenbe:. Mrs. Weinstein at the tea table. By PHINEAS J. BIRON. repot t> d c L B KLWSD,STmcr N ATTORNEY A,,:, A Jewish lad. Irwin Be:man.l ami ; and his I Jewish v, mmented, v., '. his pictures of "II I McDonald assigi Edi Silver, il tanl listrict !" !" %  %  ,y. to look into n ANSWERS nti-Semil All qui I last inth< i %  i %  tl i I S • v. %  .. d to dutifully re] e m ... ,, n(i fin d as n t to be so, ..;/ rtunately. ..-,. %  :: %  .. Mr, DisATTENTION MR. BEVIN! The police comi ioner of hen, British '.'. ne. trict Attorney, that I I bing •.', as an I ti-Semitic act. We h..'• i %  i n thi itati ment Germany, is Hei r V tother of Irwin in notorious Nazi, The cl • I which Mrs. Berman states that ice in th< mi town is Major the 1 called her b j Kl ibaum, a member of the Nazi "Jew bastard" and "dirty Jew." party sinci 1933, Do you call the So why institute an 'investigaappointment of two anti-Semitic ists to important jobs de• n, Mr, Bevin! with a view of suptrui character of tris ui 1 Must killed ng inreci gnize the ature of his assailCOUNCIL SABBATH Nati nal c ..:-. %  .; | ,• Women Sabbath, an annual bration held during the Purim season, will be observed locally this evening. Mr.--. Nat Willi |;. sident of the M %  %  : n, will be guest speaker at Temple Beth Sholom and Mrs. Syri: traub will address the Beth David congregation during Friday evening services. Mrs. Williams has requested Council membttend these or other services tonight. Jewish Paper In Berlin ATTENTION MR. GUDSTADT! The Washington Times Herald and the New Yi rk Daily News are two of the most no) I papers sponsoring anti-liberal PERSONALIA I domestic and foreign policies, In A H. Silver did not liberal circles thesi two | Is when he chastised are called fascists. Then why news] apei at should the Buli. tin of the Anti• %  press conferSilvi: cored that paper ting policy and said g< vernment be an • mt factor when the Pali. I i ,e will be I on the peace table. Defamation leagui re] rint an editorial from thi • papers undei the heading "Patterson PaAsk For Religious Tolerance." The more so since the editorial in question is a flat, uninspired piece of writing. BERLIN (JTA)-The first issue of "Der Weg," a weekly newspaper published by the Jewish community of Berlin, appear5£i! ? V^i featuri n an arti< le, The Individual and the Community by Dr. Leo Baeck, former chief rabbi of Germany. The newspaper is published in German, because no Yiddish tvoe I K ? RK is available. It carries a leng hv ffi* '! S1U0 ( discussion of the position of the Rockefeller VJew in Germany, and reports by various leaders of the community. Talmud Torch to Hold Arts and Crafts Class Jewish Books Found In Germany By AMG crafts with a Jewish' OFFENBACH, Germany (JTA) ne have been integrated into Nearly 3.000,000 Jewish" books curriculum of the Schaarei many dating back to the Middle Zedek Talmud Torah of the MAges, have been uncover. 1 in the cCongrega-1 American zone by search team, >rding to Rabbi Murray of the AMG's Monuments and Grauer. The school has availed itself '.'. %  % %  -vices of the !" lami Y • %  '• teacher, Miss l \ v '-' %  Will hold classes at the Talmud Torah 5:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, Rockefeller Aids UJA Saul Kammen Receives Degree In Dentistry Graduation of Saul Arthur Kammen from Western Reserve university school of dentistry took place March 6 in Cleveland Ohio. The son of Mr. and Mrs. J Kammen, 937 S. W. Fifth st., Dr. Kammen received his bachelor of arts degree from Ohio State university. He is a member of Alpha Omega dental fraternity. MJOC Women to Meet A meeting of the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has been called for 8 p.m. Wednesday by Mrs. E. Karger, president. The meeting will be held at the Talmud Torah, 1545 S.W. Third st. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wexler will be hosts after services this evening at the congregation building. NEW YORK (JTA)-A contri•00u from John D. ., one of the larg%  ifts to be made foi Jewish relief and rehabilitation overseas was received by Wilham Kosenwald, national chairman of the 5100000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced this week. Fine Arts office. Capt. S. J. Pomrenze of Chicago, who is in charge oi the military government's fine arts department in Greater !! %  said that the loot so far reco. [ills a large five-story building here, which formerly belonged to i, o. Farben. Whatever is salvageablc-and much has been destroyed—is beUjt catalogued and Will eventually be returned to the countries from which it was stolen. Among Rn, t ;; 11, 'V"" s are the fcmed nthal Library from An | aam, consisting „f aboul 35 000 books and the Spinoza Library, stolen iio,„ the Hague HIAS ADOPTS BUDGET by 2,000 delegates. The budget to the largest in the history 0 t he organizat ion. y Beautiful Miami Medical Center !!j c li,i l e ,or tfMtmenti of .cut. S# "PuFfea P. L. DODGE, M. D. 1881 N W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phonei 2-0243—8-1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. IALiTY /7 7/ FOOD PRODUCTS Diitributed by lh. PhoM 14141 u OVH ISO FlOni %  day vl.lt th. l.tion CMr of lh. IW.^. 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MARCH 22^946_ +Jt*vl*t> fhrXUan PAGE NINE ws Being "Tried" by Inquiry Committee By MEYER LEVIN IF M (JTA) Bv Wireless— L n iv on.' topic of discussion L .,. ,,, Jewish citizens eag£| U slightest clue to the im0, Chaitn Weizmann had L e 'Anglo-American CommitUj.vdii Palestine by his testi|r' %  %  i | w l„, was within a block of 4 building where the comIhi-iii-inus wire held, offers £„ %  John Singleton cupped Jchard Crossman crossed his |t was an American member bd. knowing rumor is that the was seriously impressed by leasonableness and patience Jfemann's tone. The word bd Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Settlements, that they were %  y impressed. But all I can witness to the sessions is a bund sense of the miserable ol the human spirit when fcst tragedy of the world's Iplc plays itself out in the little lecture hall in an atJdespite the most intense [bi'twi'i >n the hearers and the [thai is one of quibbling and pleading that would better suit a misdemeanor court than a jury deciding the fate of a people. During five hours of testimony. I could not exercise from my mind the image of a group of surviving Jews, gathered in a barren, broken Leipzig room shortly after the liberation, asking: "How long? How long must we still wait?" Their nerves were already then at the breaking point and I simply did not have the heart to tell them what I already knew that it would be a matter of months before they could go anywhere to start a new life. I said, "maybe a few weeks," and I escaped from Leipzig. I escaped from Europe being unable to face their questions. It is nearly a year now, and they are no nearer an answer. I am in the further position of a prophet unhappily proven right since, in an article in the Nation last summer, I foretold that these hundred thousand survivors would be heartlessly turned into a political issue with Zionist opponents talking about millions of Jews overrunning Palestine and outnumbering and kicking out the Arabs. While the admission of the survivors would not even seriously approach giving the Jews a majority, the entire debate has swung off onto the question of a Jewish state and political Zionism. Practically all the questions to Weizmann had the sharpest anti-Zionist flavor, often seeming to be more of an inquisition than an inquiry, seeming to be trying to trap the witness into an admission that the Jews dreamed of statehood, as though this were the rankest heresy. I was also astonished by the lack of psychological perception of the Jewish question by some of the committee members who, after months on this subject, should be experts, but still don't understand how the self-respect of Jews outside of Palestine would be bolstered by the knowledge that a Jewish National Home was an accomplished fact. Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson. the American co-chairman, seemed greatly troubled trying to understand how "such a strange metamorphosis" could come about in the Jewish character just by knowing they had a home. Weizmann's answers, in a low voice frequently unheard by the spectators, gave the impression of a great, somewhat despairing man persisting in hope despite a lifetime of disappointments, making one final effort to explain for the millionth time what life itself had made utterly clear. In the rear of the crowded little hall, were Zionists who had spent a lifetime laboring here. They crowded in anxiously, trying to see and hear the fateful proceedings, trying to read the polite, impassive faces of the twelve men so oddly selected to influence and perhaps decide the history of a folk. One could not help contrasting it with the imposing setting of that other trial resulting from the war. Nuremberg and Jerusalem—and by the most brutal irony, one could not help realizing that Jerusalem, too, had an atmosphere of a trial for war guilt rather than of an inquiry into the sufferings caused by the war. When an inquirer suggested that some of the Jews in the survivors' camps were said to have a nationalist intensity resembling fascism, the perversity of the world's treatment of the survivors came down on the spectators like a wall. The only hopeful note in the room was the ugly chromeo of a rainbow. Maybe this was an assurance that the world is not trying a case here in which Nuremgerg is innocent and Jerusalem guilty. iWEGO REFUGEES AT HIAS T-... v i&i v > ^ (irew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society i sheltering more than 100 former Inhabitants of Port" at Oswego, N. Y., who were admitted to pd Slates for permannt stay three weeks ago. |W8 group at noon-day meal.' Invited lent Seder Convalescent soldiers thf Biltmore hospits at the annual bvtr Seder, April 16. Ited .luting capacity, pill be limited to the University of Miami fcording to Rabbi Alt, director. F is financed mainly %  B'nai B'rith. Tickets kcured from Rabbi he Hillel house. Famto be hosts to stu% ir Seders have been P arrangements with fcbbatfl services will w Hillel house this P.m. Recent events Wat,o„ included an P\ Abram L. Sachar, fetor 01 Hillel, last •Miss Nissa Gittel'' %  Wa Optner were NAZIS MAKE EXCUSES NUREMBERG (JTA)—As the defense of the 20 Nazis accused of war crimes at the Allied trial here continues to unfold, it is becoming more and more evident that many of the defendants will attempt to base their case on claims of having protected Jews, or at least of not having played an active part in their extermination in Germany and Germanoccupied Europe. Jewish Revival Is Author's Topic The dramatic tale of rescue and restoration, story of Jewish revival in Palestine, will be heard when 'Marie Syrkin, lecturer, author and teacher, appears under the auspices of the combined groups of the Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami Monday evening at Lilley's restaurant. This is the seventh annual donor dinner given by the local groups. Mrs. Gertrude Faber, general chairman, and Mrs. Max Shapiro, program chairman, have arranged the event, which will include a number of musical and dance selections. Mrs. I. Shapoff, phone 4-4034; Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 2-3947, and Mrs. I. Rosengarten, 2-2730, are accepting reservations. Sholem Lodge Plans Moonlight Cruise according to Plans for its election meeting in April will be made by board members of the Greater Miami chapter. National Home for Jewish Children, at a luncheon meeting II a.m. Tuesday in lh home of Mrs. Jerry Alexander, 1334 S.W. 18th st. A moonlight boat ride will be sponsored by Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith Thursday evening, E. Albert Pallot, president. Arrangements are being made by Marx Feinberg and his committee. The boat Seven Seas" has been chartered for mem;bers and their amilies and will leave City Yacht Basin, Pier 8, at 9 p.m. A limited number of tickets are available and may be reserved by calling the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6306. Dancing, entertainment and refreshments will highlight the cruise. Marx Feinberg Mori* night will be held by the Emanon club of the Miami Y Wednesday erening at the Y building, according to George Siegel, president. Membership in the organisation is open to young adults. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy RHI Eitite Service 80S Lincoln Re). Ph.l B%  hostesses during the refreshment hour. On Wednesday evening, the film "Of Mice and Men" was shown. Latest edition of the foundation's newspaper, "Hillel Light," edited by Irving Geringer, is being distributed this week. Experienced KINDERGARTEN TEACHER OR ASSISTANT DESIRED School in Seseion 9:00 to 12:00 5 Daye a Week On Miami Beach Box No. 23. care of Jewieh Floridian. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Through the Years Wilfaoul Blemish Kosher Meat & Poultry Market | 159 N W. Fifth Street Miami Serves You Wall anH With the Fines! Phone 3-1430 I RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SW N. 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PAGE SEX fJe^lstntrldl^iL I!!^!iMARCH (: ihJLeAmsJbJEJlofifalP Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue^ami Fla. P. 0. Box 2973 ,„,." Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Kates: l.Year. S3.00: Six Months. $2.00, 2 Years, $5.00. JC1 RITA'GROSSMAN. News FRFD K SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher Ktl i£. "^CSMAX News Editor V0LUM Milrni 18, Florida. Friday, March 22. 1946 NUMBER 12 ADAR II 19. 5706 BetweenYouaBi^ : American Inquirers Support Palestine as Answer to DP Probl en disA DISTURBING NEGLECT With primary elections but several weeks away, it is heartening to note that not one of our prominent organizations has activated a movement to stimulate registration. Several verv important legislative posts are to be fillea Proper evaluation of candidates must be made to insure our creche best representation posstble. When .his is done a, in previous years, we will awaken to the fact that a substantial number is ineligible to cast ballots. It is surprising to find that B'nai Brith and the Jewish War Veteran posts have not identified themselves much mote strongly with pre-election activity. Both groups are well aware of the far-reaching import of registration and voting. There are still about two weeks in which to remedy the situation. A quick campaign would be of inestimable value to implement registration figures. A DANGEROUS PHILOSOPHY As the world grows smaller (if we are to believe the airline advertisements', certain of our congressmen feel the necessity of paring immigration down to a minimum. Such is the aim of the Gosset bill which would cut the present 153,000 annual immigration quote in half. Regardless of its economic manifestations, the bill contains a dangerous philosophy At a time when we are pledged to the internationalism of the United Notions Organization, elements of our leadership ate working at cross-purposes that will undermine us before the peoples of the world. If we close the United States behind a spite wall of nationalism, the people who look to America to establish future peace will lose faith with us. In considering the bill, House Immigration committeemen should remember that this country was founded on cultural pluralism. Each wave of immigration has enriched our culture by the introduction of new music, literature, customs, foods, etc. If we decrease our immigration quota, we will exclude the possibility of continuing to revitalize that culture. Supporters of the Gosset bill use the old-line argumen' that immigrants present serious competition to the American labor force Three significant facts discredit this notion: 1. In testifying against the bill, Judge Nathan D. Perlman, representative of a broad segment of American Jewry, stressed the point that rather than competing with Americans, immigrants create new jobs through the introduction of inventions and the esablishment of new firms and factories. Whole industries— e.g., the manufacture of pottery and the ready-made clothing industry—have been developed by immigrant groups. Exclusion of these potentials would inhibit an increase in the nation's wealth. 2. "... while only a fraction of the immigrants are potential job-seekers, all are actual consumers," Judge Perlman informed the committee. Statistics over a period of years indicate that not more than 58 per cent of immigrants seek employment in this country. Yet, every immigrant needs commodities produced by American labor. Here, again, is an instance of jobcreation. Furthermore, the immigrant does not become a liability financially or otherwise—on the general community The National Refugee Service, the National Council of Jewish Women— in the case of Jewish immigrants—and agencies of other faiths are equipped to aid the citizen-to-be in his economic, sociological and psychological readjustment. Just last week, plans were inaugurated to provide for local care of Jewish refugees who may come to this area. In many cases, immigrants have relatives in America who are willing to support them. 3. Significant in Dr. Perlman's testimony was the statement that the excess of quota immigration over emigration was on the average only 17,266 per year during the 20-year period following the enactment of the Immigration Act of 1924 The number of new residents has, to a certain extent, been balanced by the number of persons leaving this country. The alarmists who whine about the country being overrun by new labor should have less to be alarmed about. We have not touched upon the humane aspect of continued immigration. We take for granted that American legislators are humane, that they remember the Earl Harrison report and the rest of the impassioned, but factual, testimony they have heard regarding the homeless of Europe who demand new homes. We shall know to what degree of humaneness and logic they ascribe when they take action on Mr. Gosset's H n 3663. n JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright. .945. J. T. A.) QUESTION: What constitutes a % %  leap fW" on lhc JeW Sh Cale "' dar? ANSWER: \ • nstituted by a I cxti '" lno Nl extri .nth of A in The • %  The Thus we have .1 ar'i inn Ad S nths Jewish calei QUESTION: What is the rea son for having such leap years? ANSWED: It note thai nally then wen no wall calend !: and note :; was up to thi Trib• ertain whctl I be a states that there were three | : ll • rabbis would make .i to be a "h ap I %  Trai tate Rosh i 21 i.i if it wa i • would not n time bring the on, i ing) to the ; le mi Passovei. if it was felt that the fruit-harvest would not b dy in time to brini "Bikurim" (offe | I the first fruits) to the temple on IVnu cost it it was felt that the spring season un tin calendar would : precede the a I nge Thi %  mdition woul I : ally present Itself due to the fact that the Jewish calenbased upon the lunar yeai which follows the revolutions of n This type of year is lar yeai which ling to the revolution of tin 1 sun. Every two oi s it thus becan < m • sary to equalize the solar and lunar years, Latei on when the Je fixed by %  ical calculations a: w< %  : t then %  evei leap yi ars %  very nineti • n year cycle. QUESTION: Why is it ihal only lhe month of Adar is duplicated on "leap year"? ANSWER: Several reasons need for this condition •''• ill, it should be : %  %  i .I thi • • %  ths in Biblical literatun lU nth d %  hu-i, ssovei first of the mouths. Ad : : '• : the last and %  explicitlv "twelftl "",'"' : E thei I the, 37) '"/>' :' hav, i no, to be the lw a e JS f s %  %  ; %  ating Ad.,:, which "Will Of the Jewish ;,'" %  • l; "K to the B,t,!e, 1 a • thus twelfth nan : By BORIS SMOLAR It can now be told that the reason why the Anal Inquiry committee did not publish an interim respected, is due to the disagreements among the mer^L*' committee. It seems that they could not agree selves with regard to some vital issues which they w to touch upon, if an interim report were published Wvf" was general agreement that the camps for displaced! be cleared immediately, the dissension centered OJ question of where the displaced lews should be >" old as %J5SX. who *''" rcad Miss £*mitti novel will, no doubt, 'eel as one does when he sees ^e. M „.„, s pl ayson thest '•I m modern dress. The ,;', somehow brings King David his life, his love affairs **• Psychologically to our 50rb O< g today. Much of itsabto life ,f •-.-.. v.. Ulu|51 eaiiy i 0 OUr 11 f today. Much of its ab-'-^ntei-es, .sdefmitelydue *"" ant style in which vo 'ume is written. Meeshonichnos ssflss mr 5 : sy& ass -— creased u l makm u7j Which r'Tf 8 ^^ Was thus -ons.dered niveriarui ^ With 8ad •' Palestine be mentioned in theP interim report as a final solution of the problem. The British insisted that all European boundaries should be frozen for Jews in order to prevent their further infiltration into the American and British zones. Judging from the divergencies which developed among the members of the Inquiry committee, it can be assumed that there will be a majority and minority report when the committee concludes its hearings. The majority report may recommend admission of all the displaced Jews to Palestine within a number of years, while the minority report may make more favorable recommendations. Large-scale plans for advising Jewish communities in Europe with regard to fighting antiSemitism, and the restoration of then legal lights are now being made by the American Jewish committee. A special office has been opened in London by the committee to conduct this work, is the first time in the history cjf the American Jewish committtee that it has opened an office overseas to maintain direct contact with Jewish communities in Eprope and Africa. The office is the result of the recent conference of representatives of Jewish communities convoked in London jointly by the Anglo-Jewish Association and the Ann rican Jewish committee. BETWEEN COVERS: A number of books have been written on King David, but the best of them is '"David the King," by Gladys Sehmitt, just published by the Dial Press. This is a rich portrait of the King of Israel, drawn by a very gifted writer who possesses the magic of the pen in the same way as Rembrandt possessed the magic of the brush. Miss Sehmitt sticks very strictly to the facts about David and his surroundings as related m theBible. Yet no lover of the Bible who read and reread the of David a dozen times can help being fascinated by Miss tion" which p atroll ^ Semitic publications In case you don't kno,, sum of $280,000 i n J3 commitments has ate*?, s T rc .u w ii hin tw SL ard.s the $.100,000 needed,! ltial expenses for the natal radio hook-up f or UptoTt the radio commentator ka^, hto anti-Jewish sentiment it is now revealed that, of the defendants of th,] ington sedition trial substantial financial through Edward H. hwl Boston, who died lastJuntl at least three years, priori| death. Hunter had acted J channel for an unknown j in subsidizing ami groups and leaders dirftf volved in the sedition Hunter, whose front oration, "The Industrial DefensJ %  Delation," was dissolved bjj Massachusetts legislatureiaB was one of the "pioneers" organized anti-Semitiaj America. The identity benefactor he represented ij known, but despite his payments to the anti-S_ leaders continued until late| year. His former secretary,! lyn Tankard, replaced hims disbursing agent. Did you hear that Vonsiatsky, who was one ii most active agents in mail liaison among anti-Semitic 1 ers throughout the world, I now been released on He was convicted in June, 1 for conspiring to help American military secrets to) pan and Germany. He cant this country as a penniless, 1 Russian refugee in 1921 started a publication named' Fascist," which ceased at the end of 1941. A new German group caati( to existence last month in 1 York city under the name' German-American World 111 Veterans." Among the fintl tivities of this group wail monstration of sympathy b\ three anti Semites, Hoi Maertz, Ernest Elmhurst Kurt Mertig, who were.' to prison terms for son "Ritual Murder" and other I Semitic literature at I meeting of the Christian! Italian Jews Negotk* j For Job Compensate ROME (JTA)—Althoujl ernment employees • from their jobs because • anti-Jewish laws have %  instated and received tion for the time lost tions are still proceeding regard to employees of enterprises. There is no legislation! ing employers to reinstate I sons dismissed under tM laws, but the Union oi Communities in Italy na discussing with the goiew means of recompensing s"* ployees. Up to now, no ment has been reachedAs far as property is I all real estate, business prises, and other %  property conf.seated 9* ( have been returned isg inal owners. Nothing done, as yet, conce turn of personal Pr7,-^| the Union of J e ,s J;i^p ties is also meeting *'"" ernment on this mstter