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The Jewish Floridian ( March 29, 1946 )

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lie\wiislbJEIIiOjriidliiaun BHHSIKSH *5S3W>BS THE JEWISH UNITY F omt THE IFVX/IQH WEEKLY ig -NU MBER 13 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS GOES OVER TOP WITH $808,000 —almost 525,000 more than set for the 1946 Combined peal—has been contributed the 70 local, national and [ agencies which benefit from [ter Miami Jewish Federation, [lass, executive director, an| Wednesday. celebration of the CJA was ^e Latin Quarter Sunday at ne Wm D. Singer, chairman, K! a total of $802,094. Jacob jsurer of the campaign, prep $100,000 check to Sholem [representative of the United Appeal The check was the ailment of the S500.000 allocahe UJA. major beneficiary in i campaign. presentation of this check will i the concrete base for the solid on of the successful completion 8,000 prospects in last year's campaign, I of the $100,000,000 drive for the United Jewish Appeal throughout the country I for the support of the three major agen-; ; cies of the United Jewish Appeal," Sher : stated. The agencies are the Joint Dis\ j tribution Committee, the United Pales-' j tine Appeal and the National Refugee J Service, which provide for the relief and ] rehabilitation of the suffering and homeless Jewish war victims. The $808,000 represents 5,500 participants from a prospective list of 9,000, as compared to 5,000 contributors from according to Klass. A plague for an outstanding job of leadership and achievement was presented to Singer Sunday by Max Oroj vitz, president of Federation. Orovitz said that the plague was "a symbol of i duty and devotion to a cause that has | brought comfort and solace to many" and that it should "serve as a reminder of the lives saved by the outstanding efforts displayed during this campaign by Mr. Singer." The initial gift division, under the chairmanship of Joseph R. Stein, started the campaign off by raising $250,000 at its first meeting from a group of contributors who last year gave less than $100,000. This pace set in fund-raising was matched by the hotel division under the chairmanship of Nat H. Hankoff, assisted by Irving Frankel, Joseph Gardner, Samuel Lachman, Harry A. Cornblum, Murray Maurer and J. M. Seidenberg. These seven men personally formed a "wrecking crew" and in a group visited each hotel owner and lessee on Miami Beach and secured over S200.000 from the hotel industry which last year gave less than $30,000 to the campaign. Ned Sail, chairman of the liguor division, and his workers were responsible for over $90,000 towards the success of the drive. Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. Matilda Ratner, cochairmen of the women's special gifts division, a new division of the campaign, raised $50,000 from women who had not previously contributed to Federation. Also commended for the excellence of their part in the campaign were Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairman of general solicitation; Herbert E. Scher, Abe Goodman and David Phillips, chairmen of the special gifts divisions, and Arthur S. Friedman and Leon Kaplan, chairmen of the lawyers' division. A message of congratulations from Stanley C. Myers, president of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and Mrs. Myers, who were attending a special conference of the Council in New York city, was read at the victory celebration. inn" r Tells pper at emberg (BERG, (JTA)—Pressed Biitish Prosecutor Sir laxwell-Fyfe, Herman nis week denied before national Military Tribuknew of the brutaliUfl Jews in the concenimps, and added that ed whethei even Hitler the existence of death g. whose cross-cxamina(Allicd prosecutors was on Thursday, asserted inch Himmler, Gestapo kept secret the exof European Jewry. fed whether he had ever preiun broadcasts conhnti-Jewish atrocities, he V had heard such only four days before pse of Germany. h No. 2 Nazi repeattrated his lack of knowlcernintf the German expolice, denied that n> part in it, and rejectstations of some of his ing the destruction ureable" people. He prowply when the prosecurred to -'your friend declaring that the chief was never a friend Zionists Convene Aug. 7 JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The 22nd World Zionist Congress, the first since 1939, will open here on August 7, it was decided at a meeting of the Jewish Agency executive. Assyrians Submit Secret Testimony For Jewish State JNRRA to Find s for 500,000 I^ORK. (JTA) — Assisfinding new homes for "0.000 Jewish disPersons in Europe is a joint memorandum to the UNRRA Coun\. ls now meeting in At%  ">'• by the World ConAmerican Jewish Con%  nd the Board of Depsntisn Jews. The memoLSKs for representation Pministration of UNRRA aid ln gaining the co^££_ON PAGE 4) JERUSALEM, (JTA)—John V. W. Shaw, chief secretary of the Palestine Government, and ranking British administrative official after High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham, appeared before the full Anglo-American inquiry committee last week. It is presumed that Secretary Shaw presented the official Government position, but no definite information is available at present because his testimony was given at a closed session. In a statement to the press, the inquiry committee replied to the American Zionist Emergency Council's charges that the official transcript of the committee's sessions had deliberately omitted those sections of the testimony of Jamal el Husseini and Auni Bey Abdul Hadi, Arab Higher Committee spokesmen, which admitted the association between the Nazis and the ex-Mufti. The committee replied that the Arabs had spoken in English with an accent which was not familiar to the American court reporter and that he had, therefore, missed parts of the witnesses' statements. The committee, however, insisted that its members were well aware of the Arab testimony and that efforts were being made to correct the official transcript. The press statement also said that the committee regretted that the American Zionists had released their accusation to the press before asking the inquiry body for its explanation. Yesterday's morning session was devoted largely to religious spokesmen, with representatives of the Anglican Church, the American Episcopal Church, the Tel Aviv Incidents Divert Attention from Illegal Entrants (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Jewish Group Wants Medical College BOSTON (JTA)—A Jewish group of citizens is interested in taking over Middlesex college, it was disclosed here at a hearing before the legislative committee on education. The college has been involved in a long controversy as to its status as an approved medical school. Senator Edward M. Rowe of Cambridge, who is urging the revocation of the institution's charter, stated that it was his understanding that "the Zionists were interested in taking over Middlesex college." Isador Muchnick, a member of the Boston city council, who represented the college, stated that it is true that a group of Jewish citizens are considering taking over the institution, but it was not necessarily a Zionist group or that it was "a Zionist venture." JERUSALEM (JTA)—One Jewish woman was killed, another Jew wounded, and 36 arrested this week in the vicinity of Tel Aviv in sporadic incidents during an unsuccessful attempt to draw attention from the landing of 240 visaless Jewish immigrants from a motor schooner bearing the name of Brigadier Orde Wingate, pro-Zionist British general who was killed in a plane crash during the war. The schooner, which was intercepted by a British destroyer inside Palestine territorial waters, near Tel Aviv, was brought into Haifa flying the Union Jack and the blue-white Zionist flag. Its passengers were allowed to disembark under heavy military guard, and were immediately taken to a detention camp. The refugees, who boarded the vessel at a south Italian port, came from Hungary, Poland and other Eastern European countries. As the vessel approached the Palestine coast, an attack took place on the northern police staj tion at Tel Aviv, for the purpose of drawing the police away from the harbor area. Jewish resist-; ance organizations also blocked all roads leading to the shore and laid mines at the railway crossGoldstein Asks Palestine Home For Million Jews (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) Immediate transfer of 100,000 displaced European Jews to Palestine and provision for the entry of one million Jews into Palestine within the next five yeans was demanded by Dr. Israel Gqldstein in a speech before the Greater Miami Zionist council Tuesday evening at Temple Israel. Dr. Goldstein, former president of the Zionist Organization of America, declared that the absorptive capacity of Palestine is something that the Jews themselves have created and have given the lie to former commissions who said there was no more room. "While there are 100,000 Jews technically called displaced persons," he said, "there are hundreds of thousands who, though technically repatriated, are in effect displaced persons because they are economically displaced, socially abused, culturally underprivileged and physically hounded." Expressing his disappointment (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Transjordan Independent but Must Aid British LONDON (JTA)—Transjordan, which since 1922 has been a part of the Palestine Mandate, became a sovereign, independent state this week, when it signed a treaty of mutual assistance and alliance with Britain. The text of the treaty will not be made public before it is presented to Parliament early next week. The document terminating the Mandate and guaranteeing Transjordan's independence was signed at a ceremony in the foreign office, with Undersecretary of Colonies Arthur CreefhJones signing for the British government and Ibrahim Pasha Hashim for Emir Abdullah, the ruler of Transjordan. (United States recognition of Transjordan as an independent state will follow only after its expected application for membership in the United Nations Organization is accepted by the UNO, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was told by the State department. For the present, the American Consul General in Jerusalem, who is accredited to Transjordan, will continue to represent the U. S.) The military provisions of the treaty are believed here to include mutual assistance in the event of either of the contracting parties becoming involved in a war, including the grant of communication facilities to Britain by Transjordan. They also are reported to stipulate that Transjordan must provide facilities for British protection of the vital oil pipelines running through the country from Iraq to Haifa, in Palestine. While leaders of the Jewish Agency refrained from commenting on the termination of the Transjordan Mandate, Rabbi Philip Bernstein of Rochester, who arrived here from the United States to participate in the drive for the United Palestine Appeal in Britain, told representatives of the British press that he believes that the independence of Transjordan would be "an irritant." He explained that "the treaty signed today is a one-sided arrangement made without consulting either the Jewish Agency or the United States." Is Your Civic Duty to Register and Vote 1 T 1 1 f y i i *" 1 1 • 1 it !• 1 %  1 n \ 1



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I PAGE TWO +JmlstncrMML FRIDAY, TkUonatiu fytatun? Miss Goldman to Spe a rrn mix i of Beta Kotinsky and "mother's" sister', oi Mr. and Mrs M. Bertram Mrs. Florence Shipper. Mr and MUler 5493 ^V rd has re ", BRIDE-ELECT PLANS Mrs. Androskv from Michigan, turned t0 Miami following her NEW yQRK WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Bochner 9'aduation from the School of of Newark N J and S ; d Education, Northwestern unij Miss M. ..." Levine, brideWerner'of Philadelphia, repreversit Y' Mansion. 111. She elect Wolf. I New served other oarts of the counShe brou 9 hl tw of her frimds York, we %  at a sur*„ • back with her. They are Miss [P nst sh '""' : ?unda> evening. faking of babies, and we B^n^eSeratan and Miss Shir-, <' !" ** £££„,, are. Dr. and Mrs. Aaron BernlJe V ^namberg, of Chicago stein are getting ready to welMrs Iaa Stronwasser and her come their expected "soacedaughter, Naomi, of Nassau, taker." Miss Elinore Goldman and '.Arnold Simon arc inviting friends lo attend their wedding 8 p.m. 'Sunday at Temple Israel. No ) formal invitations have been issued Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will officiate at the ceremony. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman, 1775 S.W. 16th ave., has asked Mrs. Arthur Lehrman, Mr. Simon's sister, to be bridesmatron. Mrs. Seymour Kaplan will be matron of honor. The Misses Faye Zwick, Ann Buckstcin, Joan Buckstein and Doris Fcldman will be bridesmaids, Arthur Lehrman will be best man and Marvin Goldman, Robert Simon and Herbert Zwick will serve as ushers. A graduate of Miami High school, Miss Goldman attended the University of Miami where the was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Simon attended Griffith institute, Springcille, N.Y., and will be associated in business with Miss Goldman's father. Out-of-town guests at the wedding will be the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simon, Springville, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lehrman and son. RichI aid. of Harrisburg, Penna.; Lester ] Friedman, Emil Gottfried and Mr. and Mrs. Nichlas Buckstein and daughters, of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Buckstein is Miss Goldman's sister. i %  ** MISS BERa MAN Miss Bergman To J Miss Mildred Bergn^j ter of Mrs. Esther Bw N.W. 23rd ct„ has eho_ 11 for her wedding d*| Bergman will be marrMd| ney Einhorn, son of Mnj horn, Key West. The bride-elect is a t Walton High school, S^ and her fiance, Key Wgl school, elass of 1933 HR] be married in Miami byl Moses M( scheloft PLAVNICK-BENEZRA Misj April 27 and will he married in New York soon after. The dauRhmu CA^CWICU S|JUI.C—> — ———• j ter of Mr and Mrs Morris Levine This will be their first N Y are visiting her niece, ,,f New Vork, she has been assoone and if it's a boy, the first ^ s ,„ M ^ r ls Bierm an o{ 2120 iated with the Miami Y and the home camp of the Beach Y and is now director of arts and crafts instruction at Temple Beth Shograndson on either side jSW. 15th st They will be Mrs. Max Rappaport. 327 S. W. wiln us a month Mortimer Ninth st., is in" Philadelphia May, Jewish philanthropic and showing the town how a proud religious leader of Nashville, i l om and tne Ml mi B,; ch Jewish grandmother acts. Her dauqhTenn visiting here. '" Sh < ">"'" tau h I ar a and ter. Mrs Louis Zat, the former LOCA L LIFE £J : h S S oTlasfSday gCV Q i Ge0r 9 e Talianofl and Mr. Wolfe was recently releasMrs. entertained at the Only e< f;om thc Army after serving The wedding of Miss Betty Benezra to Irwin Plavnick of New York took place March 10 in the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff with the rabbi officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Albert Benezra, 800 N.W. 44th st. Mr. Plavnick's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mac Plavnick of New York. Following the wedding a family dinner was held at the Five O'clock club. After a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the couple will make their home in New York. TOURIST TOPICS m ~ — -J... f*>*W* w 4C111U1C Arriving in town Monday Beth Sholom Man's club meetfrom Baltimore are Mr. and Mrs. ing. at which Dr. Abram Inn last night prior to Temple wn F. E. Stem They will be at the Sachar was Merriam apartment-hotel. 1866 guest •CONTINUED ON PAGE L. speaker. ten to Burdint't radio program. "Faihion Time." WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. Wear a gay heart in your hair $|.75 on a hospital ship trips across the Atlantic. Both he ,md his fiancee Is .!i the Bronx and university. •' %  .. New York Llf Uiaurinc* Estate* Authoritatively Progr amm ad NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. % 07 Blscayn* BldQ. Ph. 1.1414 or 4 "881 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hv* your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Setlefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 45a0 PLEDGES INSTALLEDl Members of Iota AM sorority were hostesses tl SiRma Alpha Mu fra!enuj| tives and Cleo Phi plecgal at the Hillel house follom installatii n ol eight p!edjs| The eight are Dons Phyllis Blair, Selma Byo.L lyn Diamond, Millicent Fuj lene Saks. Rosalvn Siefri| Adele Wolfson. -••aw A new idea in hair buckles a huge white plastic heart handpainted with pastel flowers. It p ins to the hair on the back oi your head ... wear it with your hair up or down. SECOND FLOOH MIAMI STORE. 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>AGE THREE ^ITEL CHOOSES [FOR NUPTIALS day of June has been Miss Adeline Teitel idmt! to Bernard Tytell i [grael Center, BrookeDgaK ement was an kia week by Mr. and MISS LANE'S WEDDING SET FOR APRIL 14 LV.l IMISS TEITEL Teitel, Brooklyn, parbnde-elect. i\e will live at 560 S.W. following a wedding will include visits to 11s and Canada. A line for friends and krill be the first social leir new home and will ton their arrival here. |11, sun of Cantor and [Teitelbaum, 1015 S.W. kttendi"! the University pul is employed as an •venue agent. He is a bf the Miami Opera Miss Teitel was New York schools. |oon Couple Here oninj,' at Ritz Carlton |Mr. and Mrs. Myron marriage took place |New York city. is the former Miss r, daughter of Mr. and %  Singer of Lawerence, \, si n i if Mr. and Mrs. Orange, Calif., was ted from the air |two years' service. He %  rvice j n tne South the Far Eastern air nonth's vacation, the %  return to Long Island |lvkr will enter Hofto resume the study The April 14 wedding of Miss Ruth Joan Lane and Seymour Siegel is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lane, 3420 Royal Palm ave., and Long Island. The ceremony will be held at the Robert Richter hotel with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Miss Lane will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Leon Michelson, and Robert Siegel will be best man. The bride-elect attended the University of Miami where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Siegel, who resides at the Allen hotel, was graduated from the University ol Michigan. DR. WEISS TO MARRY NURSE IN NEW YORK The wedding of Miss Ruth Lieberman, daughter of Mrs. Ann L. Lieberman, Brooklyn, to Dr. Eugene Weiss will take place in New York Tuesday. Dr. Weiss is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Weiss, 639 West ave. Mrs. Weiss flew North last week to attend the ceremony. The bride-e le c t attended Brooklyn college and is a graduate of Kings county School of Nursing. Dr. Weiss has just been released from the Navy. He saw action in the Pacific and holds the Purple Heart for wounds received at Iwo Jima. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and the First Institute of Pediatry. After a wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Miami Beach. ING IE SHOP W. 8th Street PASTRIES [Special Occasions pys—Weddinqs pelicious Chocolate {AP1ER, Prop. IONE 9-3924 Mahogany %  CAN PHYFE IDINING POM SETS $259.00 PEST. St Ph. 783212 VENETIAN BLINDS RE-CONDITIONED WITH NEW CORNICES CALL 3-5072 Reconditioning and painting in our modern plant. Blinds are completely disassembled and overhauled, thoroughly sanded and two coats of special •namel paint used. Same exactness and first quality material used as in new work. ~£st. I91*_ AWNING CO. -'///;,'/, %  > : f: %  I ..'' %  i I ',. K ] I '* %  i r" %  1:1



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PAGE roan Marks Plan Beach Home Following their wedding trip to Cuba and Washington, D. C, Dr. and Mrs. Bert Wayne Marks will be at home at 1751 James ave. Thev were married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman Sunday afternoon at the Vanderb.lt hole' where a reception was held afte; the ceremony. Mrs. Marks is the former Jeannette Lucille Wolf, daughter of Mrs. Eva Wolf. Chevy Chase, Md. Dr. Marks parents are the Morris Marks. 900 16th St. The bride was given away by S. L. Mat/, uncle of the gl Charles A. Marks was best man for his brothci. Mrs. Marks is a ical technician, having attended Tufts Medical school. Dr. %  attended the University of Wisconsin and the University Louisville Medical school. He served 40 months in thi Army medical corps He is a n embei of Phi Delta E Omega Alpha, hom • edical societies. WM. D ^^-^JLrF^^lPAlGN WORK FRIDAY, r^ Dr an d Mrs Quittner, 4475 M 'he Parent* Louis born Marc|>l Lew. 1334 Wn V Jvy, was born March 15 Lois daughter ol u Lee Saul ^ff, ave.. March 15 BJE EXTENDS TERM OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR For his outstanding work as campaign chairman of the 19-16 Combined Jewish Appeal which raised 5808.000, Wm D. Singer received a plaque from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Sunday afternoon at the victory celebration. Max Orovitz, president of Federation, made the presentation ASK UNRRA TO FIND HOMES FOR 500.000 .CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) operation of the United Nations Organization and the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, While acknowledging the evementi of UNRRA for the IHs in the camps in Germany, A tria and Italy, the memorandum asserts that "the most pressing problems confronting the Jewish displaced persons are still far from solution." The memorandum paints an even darker ture of the Jews in the WetEuropean countries, especially Fiance, Belgium and Holand where many of the surviving Jews are in need yet the "almost totally deprived of help*' because they are still classified as "enemy nationals. We urge the Council to remedy this situation without delay," says the memorandum. Inasmuch as "a vast majority" neuenoein, 411 Mi of the 500,000 Jewish displaced | March 3 SuwJ |, rsons m Europe prefer, accorddaughter of Mr and3 ng to the memorandum, to go to|Levy. 3040 Prairiee 'alestine, UNRRA is requested!? Barry Clifford '•to enlist the cooperation of the and Mrs Murrav Mandatory Power whose assisp 74, u „. ,^ tnce is critical" in the resettlemonl problem. J n g. son of Mr. ^ upowsky, 221 r\S March 14 Lynn, Mrs. Bonnie Mr. and Labovhz. 4210Na2 born March 1 j?' daughter of Mr. and) Shapiro, 1425 Maic h 1 Ioan j daughter of Mr. and P.-T. A. PLANS PICNIC Abraham P. Gai GOLDSTEIN DEMANDS ployed as executiv* director oi p p-^.^-p UOMF the Bureau of Jewish Educal n rALEOlIWIl MUWt through Sept. 1, 1947 at a recent board meeting, according to Louis CONT NUEO FROM PACE OND Heiman, president. Plans for the April elect that the Anglo-A meeting and mission ol Inqu copies of Ganni's second annual report to board mem filiate I congregal %  % %  < %  %  Applications for funds for the j] called it a "sin Miami Jewish Orthodox Conf coini KlKliili V*.* i.-i. w. x.vuwn -. *< { 1 .1 1 gregation and the Woi the Jews I thi British Circle schools wen red to Dr. G I upon the the board's education committee audience 1 in the which will bring in a lion to keep thi mendation at the next meeting. alive in An build the .: %  for the Ji nd to e your be! •'• el n to see ,-erj Jew :. land ol selfi E. 74th st., March?. Zellig, son of Mr. Henry Fischler, 900 \ March 10... Carol Aj ter of Mr. and Mai A picnic for Sunday school Levin, 820 N. W. 76th" children and their parents will • • • Linda Ins, he planned by the Beth David'Mrand Mrs. Seymoj Parent-Teacher' Association at a 11716 S. W. 11th st, ting at 2 p.m. Monday at the j Michael Allan, son Members of the club will enterTalmud Torah. V ting Judaea tain, Mrs. Alexander Stiebel will report on the progress: of the P-TA sponsored library which will be ready for use shortly. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, RepreeentotiTe B'nai B'rith Stars will bi u stalled Monday evening at hall. The will h weiner roast Thursday eveni Palm Beach. Current projects of the chapti r are thi of a library for Temi %  Bi and the adoption of a syi in France. Miss Shirley B was accepted as a new member at the meeting Thursday evening. Miss Lillian Met?, served refreshments. 1 Katz, %  nit a di n Bi n : I %  Martin 1) O. P. Gi Ka| :. :, Ben Wolfson, I tees. Dave Katz, I V. Baj M Lillin Met: pn idenl • : M of B'nai B'rith at th | .brunch Sunday morning. Beth El Sisterhood held their Funeral sen • v. Sally installation Wednesday at the Dubbin, who dii held Sunday morning at the pel. Pennsylvania hotel. BOY SCOUTS TO MEET Boys over 12 have been invited lo join a Scout troop at Temple Sholom at 7:30 p.m. Monday, The troop will be under the ion of the Scout troop ittee of the Men's club. Members of the committee are Alex Straus, chairman, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, Andrew Bergida, Jack Scheaffer, Daniel Cooper, Fied Somerstein. Jews Who Served With British Sent to Poland LONDON, JTA) — All Polish Jews who served in the Polish armed forces under British command are being offered repatriation to Poland regardless of whether they were born in the Mrs. William Medj weber, 221 Jeffern March 10 ... The nj and Mrs Irving Ben N. W. 34th st., Feb. VETERAN CAMPX Frank O. Spam has I tive campaigning for t of state attorney, sera and Monroe counties. veteran of World has adopted as his; gan "Fearless, Honest i tial Prosecution of Crm'l A member of nurneroM organizations, he has law for 25 years, serve!I cutor four years, and I ber of the American,! Dade County Ban Florida resident for 3!) has made Miami his hos| last 17. section of Poland whi part of the USSR, it Bounced here by Polakl ment spokesmen. NER TAMID MEDAL Mr. Edlin of Chi. i "an of Temple Bethel StSv ^ HeSj speaker at services last Friday at rael officiated. ewiih fiih 1 Seuti of Temple Beth El. Frank V. Bayer was elected president of Palm Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, at a recent meeting. He succeeded Dave Katz. Mr. Bayer came to Florida two yeais ago from Columbus, Ohio, where he was president of B'na; B'rith. He is a past vice commander of the Jewish War Veterans and a member of the American Legion. Other officers of the lodge are William Cohen, vice president; Irving Kapner, second vice president; Max Ackerman, recording secretary; Nathan Schocoff, financial secretary; Louis Schutzcr, M1ZELL-SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Strort A DV._ ... ibiscus Street • Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach. Fla. 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MDAY. MARCH 29, 1946 >onent's Absence by Smathers ige Smathers, congressional ,j. ltL ., continued his pleas t h'e week for immediate the World War II veterans Iresses before representative II, also attacked vigortin' ncord of the present bent in Congress from the Florida District who is his dent in the campaign. Lthers, who spent 18 months m ore than three years' serivilh the Marines in the Pastrongly urged rehabilitabants tor veterans upon rest.,: m that the grants are upon discharge by the Ins. also repeated his demands bill in Congress to provide for the accumulated leaves listed men. scoring his opponent, pointed out the incumabsi nteeism record in Conwhen important measures [v,in,l on. "The incumbent," kclared, "has been an outing example of the represenwho receives 100 per cent y but performs only tr ii nt of his duty. the closing days of this aicn the incumbent has sudcome to life after years of la and inactivity. He has IllIced a few bills, made propus public announcements of |terest in your problems, and Vise attempted in three tn white-wash a three-year absenteeism." candidate said he has made kimitments in this campaign hat he docs not intend to do I*] ike no promises as to I will accomplish other [the promise that I will look this job as any other job. e: y only promise is that • Ii ted to Congress, I shall r, '. vote and be counted n : issues, no matter how Dversial they may be. ie Nursing Offered 112-hour course in "Care of Sick in the Home" will he ed by the American Red starting Monday at the Y. Classes will meet on day. Wednesday and Friday 2 till 4 p.m. Other home nursing class begin April 9 in the HilJ linn, 998 W. Flagler st. Rejr(tion for either class may be by railing the Red Cross. LEGAL NOTICES ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that I, desiring to riiRAge In iInflitltloua name of I is: AH. FI itNrrriiK AND TOY CFACTFRIXO COMPANY, at W Mh St., Miami, Ma.. Intend ptl -;iiil name with the Clerk 1 I Court of Dade County. n:\i\i; KOPPELMAN run.ie cuHEN HARRY WEINOTEIN tl.n: M WEIN8TE1N. I.'-oln Road. or'..-. ),,• Applicants g/S-1^-19-26 STORY more fascinating to erican reader, none closer to [own past, than the etory of an %  • %  grant who came here to teek Ihe vast opportunities this counlhas to offer, and who conquered 1 obstacles confronting the newMr with that enthusiastic deRimation which, in America, Is to success. • 1 Just couldn't put It down J I fi.uml out how Katka f'l this problem. And neither you when you net a chance • %  •nl II Mis Slnak. the author, 1 esldent, should be rora" %  *' "* %  "' the manner In which I PI -iiis this bi-nutlful love be* Itavld „iid Katka."—Penny 0 NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, and Walter White, secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, have sent a joint appeal to Gov. Thomas E. Dewey urging him to endorse publicly the FalkAndrews bill, which would outlaw restrictive covenants on real estate. Governor Dewey was also asked by nine organizations to support the Austin-Mahoney bill outlawing racial and religious discrimination in educational institutions, "so that the bill may be enacted into law in the current session of the state legislature." The nine groups who signed the appeal to the governor are: The New York State A. F. of L., the New York State CIO, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the United Parents Association, the Jewish War Veterans, the Anti-Defamation league, the National Urban league, the Committee of Catholics for Human Rights and the American Jewish Congress. Murray Grauer will officiate. Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. in the enforcement of the statute, but in a program of education" designed to develop and increase good-will and a spirit of co-operation. Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the ] % % % %  if II IIIII % % %  IH DIM IIIII III III mill r k, SDtiicaUuen and ReUauAant 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic 75, ce^^rI* y£ WITH EXPENSES PAID 228 POST OFFICE BUILDING Here's important news for young men 18 and over (17 with parents' consent). I'nder the


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w Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Ha. P. 0. Box 2973 1. 1930. at tb PO Office Entered as Second Claw -Muter J*U !" .;. of Miami, Fla., under the Act of M.ir,n. .>. Published Every Friday Since 927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. S..W. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor VOLUME 19 Miami 18, Florida, Friday, March 29. 194b NUMBER 13 %  %  \:< [] 26, 57 %  JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945. J. T. A.) "Between You and Ms By BORIS SMOLAR !" Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Ag encT ZIONIST TRENDS*: Zionist leaders are making new effort! to establish Moscow's atwith regard to the PalesDin issue. These attempts are I made through Czechoslo;,,n diplomats friendly to the lea of establishing Palestine as Ir OVER THE TOP! The Combined Jewish Appeal has gone over the topi amazing figure of S808.000 hcs been reached to date. A gigantic *' ...,, (1 undertaking has been magnificently accomplished by the Miami community. To the chairman, Wm. D. Singer: Congratu.ations for unO Why is this Sabbath referred j ew jj, st;i te. If you are curious to bv the special name of "Parshas k[]oW how close tnc USSR may Hachodesn? \ T • ppens I S th preceding thi be' N • tiring and inspiring leadership. To Morris Klass, executive director: Commendation for unequalled guidance in c task only those close to the scene CJ:: fully understand. as treated To division chairmen ur.d the hundreds of volu;. en without whose efforts the goci would not have beer, reached: Your hearts are warmed and you: consciences clear because oi this achievement. To Mcx Orovitz. Federation president: Our community i about it." %  Ftq The truth about then. and the movies J 8 ^*! States ,s told as „*,*?> study by Morrii I fca published by Macmiil^iis_a very unpleasant *Jf at* states do not hav with competing daYyT* Fourteen comoanlfc LJ* Ernst shows how the pttst country is ( ast evaporat^T "e a sun* companies papers control about OWll^i one-fjun pending U S. loan to Britain. %  %  %  Manufacturers and merchants in m the tateu th the pre] Palestine are thus prevented from buying American machinery equipment and raw materials Furthermore, capital of American citizens is still blocked by the Palestine government in Palestine banks, and cannot be transferred to the United States. A DEFINITE TREND Evidence that Miami Beach is an independently function' ing community, as far as the Jewish population is concerned, :,,,d increases daily. The recent decision of the American Jewish Congress Women to form Miami chapter culminates a series ^T^ .... .celebrai red Tcmof organisation divisions. Earliest signs o! the separation of the ', ;md two communities was revealed by the founding oi two new tuture ,.. to ther m ^ synagogues and the Y' at the Beach several years ago. The Siib next major move was the formation of the Beach Zionist organiI I zction, followed by the Pioneer Women. A. Z A. and other youth groups. QWhy is il customary in many Since last fall the Jewish War Vetercns and the Bnai B'rith communi,iet l0 collec •> %  I body* nwybe formed "to" del "with Men nave organized groups at the Beach and Hadassah and the funer '*? problems concerning Jewish emiBnci Bnth Women have formed units in Miami. This trend is AT, ,„ M u. u !" Uon from Europe to overseas not surprising. The geographical layout of the two cities make iuntrie8 Negotiations to this many of these decisions necessary and imperative In manv '"' f ch '""v ,: effect arc now being conducted. instances it has provided a healthier condition, stimulalinq a ; ''" ; : ,t when the P hc 2" thor hand the National zealous attitude and competitive spirit. nomenon leath sets in In the Jr' u ee Service and the National "charitable contribut DOMESTIC NOTES: Don't pay much attention to reports that there may be a fight between thc Joint Distribution mittee and the HIAS. On ntrary. a joint JDC-HIAS ..-,. ^JERUSALEM TODAY^ giants. HIAS was originally asked to join in this merger ut declined to do so. Mean,. ( while, the JDC is now sending memory of some 2 • Euro pc a to Pfli ht *ial worker to organize special emi• Mation offices in various cities. en by He is Irving Rosen, who is leavan important position in the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies to become the director of the JDC emigration %  .n Europe. When in his nds to mtu of the dei • :; %  %  i % %  • thai he left I %  it ingl... table people on the committee. "'<(.i.ing ot chantv of the countrv. Thr \. ..• ^to-gt-thf '^vS.SSJrs: erning ,he r.al moliT* behind Jewish life .he work of theM committeM. Especially because of th. ma.and Urud wilh which ,h... committee. ar. flooding membr. Congress. The ion* of the -;,^; c L ,h Con9 *-" rK h C V' ,dl .• • belUf that Hi 6ee Mat thirty on his neaot'? / think we have found the secret hrotu/caet/nj &tatU>n\ Interested offices in Washon are now keeping watch to "feed mea receive has too much of %  pro•hough GoebbeU ha. pas^'oZ 5ha!l o,, K t *"K'"eousn( -s i T A otal dai 'y "wiuisl all the 48 states. 370duJl papers own about one-fi't-^ circulation. There are a tZ2 less owners of newspaper^? than a few decade/JoJ weekhes-the backbone o' 2 democracy have disapJ? One company dominates than 3.000 weeklies. The-, only 117 cities in the emm* try where competing dailine exist. In the field of radio the s tion is no better. One-thirf< all regular radio stations ir ( terlocked with newspapers. M networks before the war had I per cent of all night-time faroa casting power. 97 per cent of i the network income comes fit 144 advertisers. Eleven id* tisers contribute about 50 perea of all the network income, (ty a dozen advertising agents cm the radio programs which In) the networks one-half of ther income. In the field of movies, ft monopoly is even more powsft than in the fields of press %  radio. Five companies roth 2,800 key theatres of the nata They get three-quarters of allk admission fees paid weekly by more than a million people la of these companies produce M 90 per cent of all the raw Qi stock. How can one talk of free** of public opinion in the lightd these figures showing how be dom of the press, radio at movies is actually vanishing* It Ernst believes that Congr still do something to coml trend towards monopoly *W threatens diversity of opinw* this country. His book is a p* service in the fight for freed* of thought, and will, no da* attract much attention. • • • THE CULTURAL FH0KT: Congratulations to HermiJ Pekarsky and to Max Weiaerj Newark, N. J., for the taM job they have done on "Th J ish News," a new weekly p# cation issued by the local Hal of the United Jewish Appeal Pekarsky is executive duedofj the United Jewish Appeal" Weiner is the editor of the" More and more people in An* ica are becoming interest* \* Zionist literature. No wM that more books on Zioiusrc on Palestine are being pubW" in this country than ever ha* The latest is "The Story ofZ* ism,by J. Mitchel Ros of which Bloch is the pub* 1 It gives a fine review of rx-cts of the Zionist mov£ beginning with the Era of "" cipation in the 19th cenonj to the Lowdermilk Plan of "J Another fine book on P*j which has already %  shall leave in whatever tll >deceased Det 'g memory,ides., !>hall follow if Ge v .Vccessors who shall fnJ.: .,%' th( -doriaI says, ••"— i wnatever nuhteoov A^A \ ^rman Practiced, and that h e"?" hl '**""<. •hall provide aafefy £? ^"P 7 vU u ing. ,y lor the bvfar. Cert -ny becomes .TKbt^S '-".the whole of Europe a. (Americans) will sui' Mr. ioriLh ne w Can admit Morgtnthau has his paris Frank Gervtat Whom Palestine'" P" !" "*".,, Appelton Century. Ana AnVer.can ZionistJjE council has now publuwo • dor Herzl's "The Je*!* X which laid the foundation I fight for the creation [!^\ ish state which is being *^l at present hi Ai •a i ik l into im th. %  i P to in ] %  sac



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\Y. MARCH 29. 1946 Sachar Calls Unified Front Lined Jewish front to act entral voice for the AmeriIjewish community was mended by Dr Abram L. a t a brunch Sunday launched a local campaign new B'nai B'rith memi B'nth, whose members I to various degrees of reI and political thought, is gical organization to reprekmerican Jewry, he said, a call for unity, rather tniformity. tsing the importance of mmembership, Dr. Sachar hat Henry Monsky, national t n t of B'nai B'rith, stood [the American Jewish con! and at the United Nations gbnee as a recognized Jewfdci. But at San Francisco, hid only represent 250,000 frith members. Jine the force and effect words if he could speak • or two million Jews," Dr. declared. Fisher, fifth district secI of the organization, was principle speaker at the which was given in his |i cal membership camlis being directed by HarTurk, state membership an; Paul Greene, Beach an. ar.d William Shayne, lodge chairman. Dr. Knox To Lecture For Workmen's Circle Dr. Israel Knox. author and lecturer of New York, will speak on "Our Children and Their Parents: What Unites Them and -JewlsJifhrldHari PAGE SEVEN ID APPEARS BEST IOPICAL EVENT %  cal Park horsemen and Experts are proclaiming winner of last Saturday's \\ Park Double Event and hoice for the second divipi Saturday, the greatest of recent decades, one hay prove even mightier ^terminator before his raci are ended. An extremeul.ii horse, the Calumet it.ir is expected to pack es course to capacity in &.0U0 mile and a furlong d, who did not show under 2-year-old, has won an 50 per cent of his starts He's been to the post and triumphed on 17 of occasions. Exterminator lactly 50 per cent of his "hen ho registered 50 times (nances. has heen beaten only five races this year and •st nine outings he's been ul on eight occasions. What Divides Them" at the Miami Y at 8 p.m. Saturday under the auspices of the Workmen's Circle. Dr. Knox will also speak on "The Present World Crisis: Mankind at the Crossroads" at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Workmen's Circle lyceucm, 25 Washington ave. Urges U. S. to Solve Immigration Problem NEW YORK (JTA)—The U. S. must take a leading part in solving the immigration problem, Dr. Maurice R. Davie, chairman of the department of sociology at Yale university and director of the Study of Recent Immigration from Europe, declares in a pamphlet just published here. The two-year study was organized by the National Refugee service. ptred to Door I Cater to All Parti*. ^alth SIPHON-Seltzer to the last drop. Exflavor. Highly carbolic Per Bottle J* BOTTLING CO. norof(Pi aUover ANISCHEWITZ |Mp %  %  .• %  .•<*. zaj m [mi • CAKE KIAl • WHOLE WHEAT MATZ0 • E6G MATZO Taxpayers Will Save On County Warehouse Taxpayers will save themselves money by voting for the proposed Dade county warehouse, part of the public improvement program to be decided May 7, Francis M. Miller, chairman of the citizens' committee to get out the vote, declared Saturday. County regisA ?"„ wiU con t'nue through April 6 at the court house. Miller explained that under present contracts to provide storage for essential county equipI^ ent '*, n rentals a SSregate more than $12,000 annually, or approximately twice the maximum interest that could be paid on the proposed $200,000 bond issue. Under the laws governing the bond issues, the maximum interest that could be paid would be 3 per cent, or $6,000 a year on the total issue, as contrasted to present rentals of $12,000, Miller emphasized, so that taxpayers would be saved a minimum of $6,000 annually. "In addition to this direct savings," Miller continued, "the wear and tear on the machines and depreciation and maintenance costs would all be lessened, and the county has better than $500,000 in machinery to protect." In addition to the warehouse, the program calls for expansion of the old folks' home facilities at Kendall, a tuberculosis hospital, a park for South Dade county, an auditorium, a children's home and aquarium-marine laboratory. IN THE MAIL BOX i • n AUGUST BROS !<>, / s t III tit S I Dear Fred: In yoifr issue of March 22nd, entitled: "Jews Praised at State Meet," "Mr. Klass (in the last paragraph of the article) noted the absence of representatives of Jewish fraternal organizations; only other Jewish representative present was Dr. Carl M. Herman, president of the Florida State Conference of Social Work." This must be an error, inasmuch as the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges was represented at the conference by Mr. A. J. Gross of Tallahassee, vice president of the Federation, and by Rabbi Alex J. Goldman, director of the Hillel foundation at Tallahassee. The two gentlemen named filed a recommendation with the conference, which recommendation is enclosed herewith. I am certain you will agree after reading the same, that it represents a very enlightened viewpoint. I shall appreciate your publishing same because it demonstrates that B'nai B'rith is awake to its responsibilities. The apparent error in Mr. Klass' statement should be corrected. Kind personal greeting. Yours very truly, MORRICE S. UMAN. (Editor's note: The recommendation presented by the B'nai B'rith representatives stressed intercultural education to eliminate prejudice and bigotry.) An Oneg Shabbat will be hold by the Kadima group of the Pioneer Women's organisation at the home of Mrs. I. Rosencrarten, 618 S. W. 118lh ave. at 2 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Feigle Berkenbliit. who represents the national officeuwill be guest speaker. FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. 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PAGE EIGHT Hadanah Party to Aid (Mid Welfare ft Had w : Vocational Gu %  i en the Boothbay P I present "Angel Sti %  %  Mi h High Chairn an I tion f Hadas %  ; VIrs. Murraj man. Th< of Mrs. B Mrs. Kenneth Okn. Mi ': Plati :':' 5163 %  \V : Cl rtl Miai M %  ; -; %  2 i V'ici Mi:: (4 -2 17 (3-32S C mei and Profess Frano N • I ng the l A tional ed tion] nutrition l prenticeship 1 %  %  I tl ': • : 5 first %  %  i conjunct Friet the 1 • • Sponsor: %  tor 1 Street" ] n K Jl Van SI B. Spaet, Mr. at ... ': Harry G <* n ^CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) !here fll — Also nfti Guests at the dinner included aervice 1S Lt. Mew. 2JM Dr and Mrs. Sachar. Mr. and } !" S. W ig^^ M.s. Benjami-i Samuels. Mr. 0 ve eas 1 tV Mrs. Irving R Marcus. Mr. and [pan and the MarSN Mis. Julius Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. in fact, he pcr^SS Gilbert Balkin and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Islands Cu*' iy ^ 1 Home with her folk, J Kirs of IM. _""^ Sigmund Livingston. fa. Liv, da X ingston is founder and national I ^ Q( chairman of the Anti-Defamaserv ice as jj i league of which Mr. Samii£S? GoJlesm^'' uels is a national commissioner. ente M !" n % M M. Aronstein. son of Mr. man ^S ^< and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, is her ^ pent J in New York for a short visit Uon fa Pensacol^ ? **^ Hannah Diamond celebrated she s bac)f .' a and H her 14th birthday Sunday —p^SiSjSS her mother and father. Mr. and i Bit { M "?• tttelbj H. tond. 1045 Michi< a Ltobgy^ I gan ave., gave her a dinner at the Strand %  mMrsMuj. Mrs.RayFemi ASSYRIANS SUBMIT SECRET TESTIMONY '. =D FROV PACE \ %  %  %  '. %  I %  I .'. tie, which I • thi A %  : Celebrating her eighth) than Schechter. of Great Neck. M r Ar^uu £Z Long Island Mrs. Schechter will be here three more weeks. A wonderful old gentleman celebrated his 76th birthday last week He is Samuel E. Bernstein, 1605 Euclid ave.. : president of National Silver Co. S n Egypt in Bernard Bernstein flew down f Ex from New York to be with his father. His brothers, Morton \ to di th m n tk V fri tli Dr. Yahuda To Discuss Narratives of Joseph %  NAZI EXECUTED -. %  it %  %  • it ...:.. %  %  money was taken. JTA — G % %  %  leader. ack took ] : Aviv, i • :i r in which W I and Philip, were here already. Over fifty people were in the : party at the Five O'Clock club to toast Mr. Bernstein and wish the him many more happy birth. ,, • days. Morion Bernstein has rch in,, „ just been honored by beinq n On' ,, j 3 named the best dressed man in "" the commercial world THE SERVICE SCENE • As We want to welcome back from the service Aaron Aronofi. received son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander :mn :: tine and Aronofi, 1342 S. W. Fourth st. pointAaron was over in the Pacific : Hebrew liters


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MARCH 29. 1946 +Je*istfhrktlati PAGE NINE ith Our Film Folk LEON GUTTERMAN HOLLYWOOD gays Edward G. Robinfcinch. All a fellow needs anv part is the right derby hat, or preferUs that easy. This v ut genius, dramatic artd temperament irks EdLoffs at critics who claim (cial qualificattions, rare ,ie sunflower, are necesthe portrayal of emostage or screen. ton tells me that a pipe, used, is the actor's best L burned out several of Universal'* "Scarlet •You see, "he observes, waggle that pipe around, jumps ahead of my coWith it I take my proper fhc pipe is definitely a feeler." claims that he has tried ng from silk toppers to urns in a variety of charfctions, but the average pn pipe wins hands down! maintains that the pipe an air of erudition and (General Douglas Mac1 |s one man who appre.. dramatic significance .dinaiy pipe!" It may, di.. help even the mildest flcH like a captain of in, It takes years of study _er a pipe." the actor says. [often, it's the pipe, not Hies, that makes a man!" Gai field, Warner Bros.' gu\, rises in time each t i feed his new daughlie, her six o'clock bottle! of a heavy production on Humoresque" it is chance to be with the adv. .ienreid says that Warnhas signed him to a fiventract calling for two picyeai and the right to make .side film annually. Paul's isifinment under the pact a co-starring role with bavis in "Deception." An pdipt production company formed by him for his : pictures, for which finanpd releasing arrangements ng negotiated. In addition, under contract for one a year for the next three RKO. Still awaiting ree "Devotion" and "Of l Bondage" made at Warnfcenily. ad Todd is to produce "Oh a" early this summer with Bon, likely slated as its egotiations are now on for Hay the stellar part in the Todd will remain here tie time to enable him, deal is made with Jolson, I the show and get the proready. (yn Douglas (back in civMarty Gosch (he pro* everal pictures for MGM) Irted a new film producmpany which will finance fevelop stage shows on fay as well as acquire 'lay and original prop|for film production. Mel'ill appear exclusively in firm's pictures after his contract with MGM stunext year, and they aliave Douglas' pictures ed for filming within the lv e years. Mel will serve ual capacities of director ^producer on some of the yn it expected back here Pywood momentarily, fol*ne opening of an all-G.I. e. Call Me Mr.," of which co-producer with Herman Li slaRe Production is I to have its Broadway re m April. We ", the triple-threat man of radio, stage and screen, is a speech purist, a stickler for "the right word" and the proper adjective. He insists that actors under his direction refrain from sloppy, careless speech. But one slangy young Jewish actor, however, has achieved the distinction of leaving the usually loquacious Orson without a comeback. Directing a radio show and annoyed at the repetition of two words employed by the young actor almost exclusively, Orson announced in his best professorial manner: "I wish you'd promise never to use two words. One is 'swell' and the other is 'lousy.' Will you kindly promise that?" "Certainly, Mr. Welles," the actor responded, and after a few seconds pause, asked: "What ARE the words?" The most difficultt people to make laugh in the world were pre-war Germans, says S. Z. Zakall, former Continental star and featured comedian in Warner Bros, pictures. "Instead of having a sense of humor like Americans who come to theaters dying to laugh if somebody will give them half an excuse," he explains, "pre-war Berliners used to file in with such sour faces that you could practically hear them thinking: 'So you are supposed to be funny. Veil, go on and make us laugh. Ve dare you'." Harry Ruby, well-known song writer, screen-writer, wit and man about Hollywood has a wonderful idea. Here it is: "Saving money," says Harry, "is a talent like composing, painting, sculptoring or whistling. Ten years ago I bought myself a piggy bank, and every day, without fail, I put a hundred-dollar bill in it. (It doesn't sound like much, but it really mounts up.) At the end of the first year, I was amazed to see that I had saved up $36,500. Encouraged by this start, I kept on doing it—never missed a day. "On December 30, 1945, just ten years after I started the saving plan, I found that I had accumulated the grand total of $365,000.00. (The more I think of it, the more I could kick myself for not having started sooner.) I feel it my duty to give the benefit of my plan to my fellowmen. If everyone would buy a piggy bank and put a hundred dollars a day in it, there would be no poverty in this country." L^TE-MIAMI MIAMJ BEACH BEACH AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES BRONSTON. Realtor RTte"••' -H& irxiM Ph.i 5LEAR IS GRADUATED FROM MED SCHOOL Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear, 1010 West ave., flew to New York Sunday to attend the graduation of their son, Dr. Walter Lear, from the Long Island College of Medicine. While in New York, the senior Lears are staying at the Barbizon-Plaza hotel where a reception will be given in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, the former Evelyn Schulman of New York, who were recently married. The young couple plan to leave shortly for California where Dr. Lear will interne at the Permanente Foundation. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Beit carefor chronic tick, convi. leicent and elderly people 8ANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prlcet %  ataatLang* Beautiful Qroundeaaaaai Sound — Stable — Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phono 5-6479 11 Year, of Experience in Building Conitruction on Miami Beach Takes Part In U.l. A. Film Miami Service League Plans Reunion at Home of first President A reunion of the Miami Service league, first Jewish service group to be organized locally during the war, will be held at the home of Mrs. M. Koven, 1615 Country Club Prado, Coral Gables, Wednesday afternoon. Women who participated in the league's activity have been invited to attend. Organized in 1942 by the Miami Y, the MSL made itself available for all types of service to military personnel stationed in this area, according to Mrs. George Chertkof, president. Its work began with send-off parties for draftees at bus stations and railroad terminals. ** Major activity of the group was league later became affiliated ORSON WELLES, il„. notnl ttaaa and wreen Mar, i* Ihr narrator for In* new motion pirturr, entitled, "BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL", whi.1. hat |ii-i IH'.M produced l>> RKO I'athe for ili.$100,000,000 United Jewih ApE i-al for Refugees, Oversea! Need* and •alettine. "BATTLE FOR SURVI. VA1." is onr of Ihr lir-l films lo drpirl the plight of ill.I.inn.nun Jewish -nrvivors in Europe after irtory and the urgent, programs rarrird on by the Joint I i-ii il.iiii.in Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and Natiooal Refugee Ser\ire for their relief, rehahilitalion and resettlement. The new U.J.A. film depicts stirring reronitruclion achievements in Europe, Palestine and the United States. Package Party To Aid Orphans In Palestine As part of its project to help orphan children in Palestine, Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold a package party at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Beth Jacob congregation Music and refreshments will be included. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Lillian Snyder, president of the Women's division; Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Paulina Chill, Mrs. H. Sir and Mrs. Essig. The Men's and Women's divisions will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Beth Jacob community building. its Saturday night dances at the Y. The league was first in the area to inaugurate the practice of awarding a free long distance phone call each week to a serviceman attending the dance. Other work included the Friday night Oneg Shabbats at Boca Raton, spot dances at the Y for various military units, assisting the Jewish Welfare board in holiday facilities and home hospitality, occasional boat rides, swim parties and dances for Russian sailors. Organized before the JWB office was set up in the area, the First Conference Set By Marriage Council First annual conference of the Marriage and Family Life council of Miami and south Florida is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Monday at the Miami Women's club In the evening, Dr. Hornell Hart, professor of sociology at Duke university, will speak on "Today's Marriage." The council, which maintains offices at 200 S. W. 30th rd., is headed by the Rev. Albert D. Hagler. Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is a member of the board. with the Greater Miami ArmyNavy committee of the JWB, which coordinated services to the military. Present activity of the league includes monthly parties for convalescent soldiers stationed at the B i 11 m o r e hospital and other Serve-a-Hospital work. The league has been assisted by hundreds of Victory Belles, whom it accredited and who served as junior hostesses at MSL affairs. Mrs. Koven, who will be hostess at the reunion, was first president of the league and is now honorary president. Other officers, besides Mrs. Chertkof, are Mrs. Henry Kauffmann, first vicepresident; Mrs. Leon Kapln, second vice president; Mrs. Jack Stone, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Freda Levine, recording secretary; Mrs. William Weintraub, treasurer. JSJOUST BPO& iSjjf Is the US iTf Rabbi Gross To Review Biography of Spinoza Rabbi David Hale Gross of Temple Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale, will review Dr. Abraham Wolfson's book "Spinoza: A Life of Reason," Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza forum, 1059 Collins ave. Dr. Wolfson is director of the forum and in his book, treats of the life and philosophy of Baruch Spinoza. A musical program will precede the book review and an open forum discussion will follow. PARENTS TO STUDY HEADACHE IS SUCH A BIG urns THIM Parents who wish their sons to become cub scouts have been asked to attend the training course which begins at the Miami Y at 7:45 p.m. Monday under the auspices of the Boy Scouts of America. The cub pack was recently reorganized under the leadership of Howard Levine. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, st 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flakier St., Miami JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons Of Hope and Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. 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•', PAGE TEN *kmist>rhrMto* IRIDAY^MARCH PRIEST RESCUES JEWISH CHILDREN LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE %  CHAPLAIN HAROLD SAPERSTEIN. AUS, graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion left, center and Vicaire .•• (rich: center heroic Catholic priest of Namur, Belgium witfi a ~cur c: Jewish children and displaced persons who found refuge in his home during the Nazi occupation. Chaplain Scperstein, now rabbi at Temple Emanu-El, Lynnbrook, N. Y., wc's one of 5G graduates of the institute who served as chaplains in this war. MEN'S CLUB OFFERS PRIZE FOR NAME LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED %  _; Seeking name for their organization, the newly f rrrn 0F APPLICATION FOR .' : "' 8 / • I II lit r irt, %  \ STKI %  '' .... s II ::• BY r.IVKN I %  ... M | a ml P i %  .... • %  %  HYMAS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,i. deslrlni t.. enuime '• riKNN HU'iM i 3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lerxlsned, deaTrlnc to enuaite In undei the il.-tltloua name of [,A BUSINESS SKKVICB .at N y ;, i Avenue, Miami. Kin.. • (Jist.-r said name with the f the Circuit Court of Dade •'•""">• IRVING ELBMAN PAUL ELSMAN i S-lt-lS NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Igned, dealring to engage In under the fl.tltious nuine of H FOOD CENTER, at 14tl gton Ave Miami Beach, SI*., I, : .,i to register aald name with the j thi tin nil Court of Dade • KPH EHRLICH NATHAN BHRLICH DAVID BROOKS E MAX GOLDSTEIN, vtt, nej for Applicants I i 5-11-19 • n. of at In%  %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that endgned, dealring to engage In un.ler the fi.titloua name of jAfll 11 Ml.li STENOGRAPHII %  [ %  VI, r M 800 Lincoln Rm 22. Miami Beach, l-*la Intends ., ..,iii name with the Clerk li Court ol Dade County, CKI-IA TRAURIG. Sole Owner. 9 i 5-12 .... young men's club, the first and I lird Wi li ^ ., %  S..uth M ted the "th have filed of each month at 1 '; offering a p:. gestion. The club cor -'' between thi 20 and a -. %  %  ; %  andhasasitspu:: social..,,. nd athletic pn gi m for its members. Ent N s HEREBY OI\ KS • %  .,.II tOMI A • VV '' Ave.. %  I Couil Ol Dl I 11 in ..f \v I'll, KIDNEY HYMAN. 6 rnxlti Lai • may be mailed or brought I thi Pagi ., n ,,. smith of 1 "aili. Y on or before April 21. Winners • ,•. •will be announced April 28. iii •. 'i %  % % % % %  %  — -— Next meeting of the group will e of Ted shall be ret day ol %  %  • • r Mar, h, A 1 ,1 \N. %  ourt. Dadi %  ... |N F I 22-29 I NOTICE • v '5IVE.N %  ... • • • ui m HI ol • %  N w h Street, Miami, Eli • • %  Circuit %  %  '., MAX SCHWARTZ, Owner, ISAAC JOFFE, Vttol \ %  I 5-11-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that del-signed, dealring to engage In under the ri.titious name of UKACH MIMEOGRAPHING & TYPEWRITINfl SERVICE, at MO Lincoln Road BldgRoom 22. Miami Beach, Kla Intenda to register aald name the Clerk "f the Circuit Court • i iade County, Florida. CELIA TRAURIG. gale owner. %  i 5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that leraigned, dealring to enicage In under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN LACQ.UER8 & COATING8 CO., at Miami. Florida, Intend regixter aald name with the Cleric ,.• the Circuit Court of Dade County. I IRA S LEVY LOUIS WINTER I i 5-12-19 be held Wednesd ing. Youth Groups Compete For Drama Trophy Five one-act plays will bi acted by youth g | at the Beach Y Sundaj evenii g in petit trophy. Thi d ama I is an annual mi :. iti ..:. : t: •<.• Y Participating Palm A.Z.A. and thi Wii %  BBi i an I Jen-.* B'r.:.: B'rith BBG %  '. %  m the tropl The event is open 1 ... "LEGAL NOTICES SI %  riCE IS HF.REBY GIVEN I .. -. • I MAI 'Hl.NE.li.... • • %  Court ol MILT At' : .-. S, 29 4. ;-12-: I-2I BY GIVEN i %  • %  • %  %  n SHOP al : N M. Flol ... I fietitl IAI 'AX. ... :OF SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED .. GUARANTEED WORK .. %  -J:C Tec Large tr T:a S-nall Est "nates Chee-f.. / G van • PHONE 3-6924 e Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. v >mi Co--t 3 SIMPLE STEPS To RELIEVE That Dull. Ache All Over Feelinq of a COLD Alka-Seltzer ABC METHOD A ^Alka-Seltzer, start talcing it at once to reliere the Dull, Aching: Head, and the Stiff, Sore Muscles. I^Be careful, avoid drafts and ) •udden change* in tempera-' ture. Rest — preferably in bed. Keep warm, eat sensibly, drink plenty of water or fruit juices. Be sure to get enough Vitamins.' C— Comfort your Sore," Raspy Throat, if caused by the cold, by gargling with Alka-Seltser. If fever develops, or symptoms become more acute call your doctor.' AXKA-SEI.TZER is a pin relieving, alkalizing tablet, pleasant to take and unusually effective in action. Take it for Headache, Muscular Pains and for Indigestion, Gas on Stomach, when caused by excess stomach acid. At your drug store — Laree package 60, Small package J engage 1 : %  • -inder the fictitious name of MOSS' MARKET, at 1100 N. W. 3rd Avt Miami, Kla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County, Florida. HARRY Moss IRVINU MUSS MANUEL MOSS HARRY DIETZ AH,.n,v f,,r Applicants. : 9-15-22-29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that gned, desiring to engage In m under the fictitious name of I HoBHIES VARIETY STORE at 1649 N W Sid Ave., Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dade County. PI rlda. GfS I.II'SITZ MARGARET LIPSITZ M VRX FEINBERO, 1 A'• %  for Applicants. -22-29 ; NOTICE is-Trri7rr~~ — the under,l K i„,," ,' ^ Qly^l bimlness undei i>. .f'"" lo ,S?' MARVIN-s MA iKp^'Xiou.'^J Flagler Sir,..,. .. £ %  %  M ||M i/..ir B ^ % % %  %.• aaij the undersign., i '!|Sj 'HVBi. the Juvenile y „...'.''""f IO*ML| "••nctltlousnam oftfiHA] M AMI. at ; ,„. ^. r 1 'DLEit-l cu,t s ^ A ^&fta 3/8-15-22-29 1 :, Sole" OS" W R. "i:\f,,v KAT W 3/15-22-29 4/5-12 cofl% u R n ciAV s&a MAINTENANCE IntZRS said name win, he clJrt. l 1 "H cult Court ol Dadi cJlUm 15-22-29 3/1-S register the said MnU^tfc*" of the Clrcull Cuur ,.( 1* Florida. %  %  JACK KMFMAV LESTEI1 llEBERMAII %  partneri dttt Ton Sundrln l^tj.1 MYERS & REIJfAN*" ***•* NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEU the underslgi Irbw lo IJl In business undei the flcl U ifl of YOUR VAI.I .. '< A St-eet. Mian ,.* Jl Ister said name li i' ( o..i jl circuit Court of Da i, r„untv ivi HARRY 1'UI.UK-K 8AM BILVMI. RMAX KW 3/I A "l5.22-29" r Ab ""'itnU NOTICE IS HEREBY niVESta the undersigned desiring to trrinl business under the flctitlou. uml COMPLETE REFRIOERATOBS PLY. at l>iifi Southwest EightB w Miami. Florida, Intel i to ntbMi name with iff,. I'lerh ,,f !ht OM Court of Oade County, Florida WILLIAM l PINACHIO D. A PINACHIO MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Appllcanta 3/1-8-15-22-2!! W* Sort Yon Mooer Csllkat Tnnspert I Trading at I sn N. r.. MRn ST. Phone 3-0789 A MAN WITH A PLAN Under my plan beneficial hare received an increusi present policies of MM twenty-eight per cent any additional premium lay. Call or write: H. A. B I N D E H Suite No. 615. Olympia Bldo. j PHONE 3-0828 LIFE MEMBER-MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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MARCH 29. 1946 +Jewla9ilhr&am PAGE ELEVEN Mats of Palestinians Unequalled" Jjl ll/ sized the feeling of individual reopen the gates of Palestine." t A^M JeWry d thing A ( Europe can ^ffflilL thC the achiev ,:-„ colonists. ^old the Ore iss Marie Miami PLTptoneer W< en's OrRfclW* seventh aniSSdU Monday v^'follow it." she said "[or intensified ad.onon of 1 '"*, excuse Jews outs.de iine from accepting their f she declared. ,'svrkin, who n Mfour weeks ai .. empha1 of American Zionists. Cl s now hc guardian etui tied from sponsibility which motivates the Palestinians to struggle for increased immigration into that country. Describing the arrival of a boat of "illegal" immigrants at Haifa, she told of a group of young men who swam out to the boat and carried the refugees to shore on their backs when a storm prevented the boat from being docked. Miss Syrkin explained the British-imposed curfews as complete prohibition against Jews leaving their homes and carrying on normal activity. "The British are trying to break the will of the population so that the people will stop trying to she declared. "But I did not encounter a single person who wanted the curfews lifted at that price." During this struggle, the building goes on, she emphasized. In the week prior to her departure from Palestine, she visited three new colonies. One, called Manarah, was built on a rocky peak in upper Gallilee. Another was located near the Dead Sea on sand that had been washed free of salt by the young settlers. Palestine is the only place where refugee children can be decently rehabilitated, she said. For there, children are treated as the longed-for remnant of our people and they are made to feel that they belong, she concluded. Anything Can Happen At Emanon Dance Guests will be warned to expect anything at the Emanon club's combination first anniversary dance and April Fool's party at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Y. Several dance contests have been scheduled and the program will carry out an April Fool's theme. Music will be provided by a nine-piece orchestra and refreshments will be served. Admission is 50 cents per person for Y members and 75 cents for nonmembers. The club's five bowling representatives placed 14th in a field of 40 contestants in the rem to Plan ye HUM Drive „ for a stati • ide fund or Hillel f u lations will Lde at an executive commitLeting of tlu-.leration Li B'rith lodges in Gainesf April 5 and ^. Fifteen cities | be representi Gertrud< Carnovsky, Lid Turk. Ge ge Talianoff iMilton A. Friedm .n will rep\i Miami and M Beach. Hillel driv ch will me physical for the Jdations at th< i i ^ity of Ida and Fl rid ti College ifomen, will pri bably begin 1 under tin lirmanship !>• J. Apte. fori er Miami lent, now of Tampa. A $100,hal is expected to be set at Executive meeting ni xt week. [third Hillel I mdation in Ida, located at th University Miami, Has raised its bui n a drive la.i December. he: matters to be discussed fie meeting include the fifth id B'nai B'rith ..(invention : held in Baltimore May 25faiti-Defamatinr league ac%  es and youth programs in %  state. Mis? Carnovsky will a report on youth work, hasizing her parti ular sphere |ls' activities RED CROSS CONTINUES DRIVE FOR $407,000 |Albert Pallot was elected eslecturing knight and Bandel. treasurer, of the U Elks' lodge las' week. WANTED |td young woman, year-round IJti". 'o share a modern, beautei'iciency apartment with re... u, ; ne ". womi References VI'DU Ca b cr noon O' I P.M 1053 Euclid Avenue. "i Beach. Apt The Red Cross campaign for $407,000, scheduled to conclude Sunday, will continue until the goal is reached, H. H. Hyman, general chairman, has announced Officials said Tuesday that only 40 per cent of the Dade county quota had been reached during the first 25 days of the campaign. Largest returns have come from volunteer women workers conducting house-to-house solicittion throughout the county. Pointing out the need for money, Hyman said "I am confident that the people of Dade county will support the Red Cross, in order that we may carry on for the many for whom Jho war will never be over." ENTIRE COMMUNITY SUPPORTS UJA DRIVE PENSACOLA. — Christian and Jewish citizens of this community set a unique mark for the nest of the country recently when they joined spontaneously in an unprecedented effort in behalf of the $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, it was reported by Dr. M. A. Lischkoff, chairman of the Pensacola Federation of Jewish Charities. Declaring that "decency and humanity demand that they be STENOGRAPHER AND GENERAL OFFICE CLERK Knowledge of Bookkeeping and Jewish Language Desirable. Pleasant working conditions. Liberal Starting Salary. PHONE 3-6654 •*])?. iMpm *S* .py a* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 Through the Vecis Without Bleiaish Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market I 155 N. W. Filth Street — Miami Serves You Well and With the Finest • Phone 3-1430 helped,'' the Pensacola Citizens committee, comprising civic leaders of all denominations, issued a call to the entire population of the city to give unqualified support to the nationwide drive for the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement of the 1,400,000 Jewish survivors of Hitler destruction. cent city-wide tenpin tournament. Harold Berkowitz, with a score of 215, was the tournament high point man for a single game. Other Emanon entrants were Izzy Kratish, Bill Ross, Seymour Fleischer and Sam Kratish. 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PAGE TWELVE I %  Face Facts By George Talianoff Fla. Regional Director, ADL A year ago Floridians were shocked to learn of a restrictive policy adopted by a real estate developer. A scathing editorial denounced the un-American character of the discriminatory land clause and the action of the realtor met with the scorn of the citizenry. Recently, the question of the legality of restrictive land clauses was presented before the High Court of Justice, Ontario. Canada, in the matter of a land sales contract which stipulated that the land "was not to be sold to Jews or persons of objectionable nationality." The court categorically denounced the clause as illegal and in a precedent-breaking decision Justice Mackay ventured into new fields of jurisprudence basing his reasons upon "recognized principles of public policy.' Of particular significance is the fact that there was no precedent to follow in the case at bar and the far-reaching decision, with its smashing attack on this overt form of prejudice, establishes law which will be binding in all subsequent cases. To make the point that restrictive covenants are contrary to public policy, Justice Mackay refers to the United Nations charter which reaffirms "faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women of the nations large and small without distinction as to race, sects, language or religion." He also cites the Atlantic charter, which assures "all men" that they "may live out their lives in freedom." Using statements of President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and General DeGaulle, Justice Mackay affirmed the fact that the elimination of prejudice was one of the purposes for which the war was fought and that the Jews are entitled to absolute equality under the laws of their respective countries. Declaring further that such restrictive clauses are out of harmony with existing legislation in Canada, Justice Mackay cited the IN MEMORIAM Wolkowsky Gets M.D. Dr Malvin H. Wolkowsky arrived in Miami Saturday to visit h s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolkowsky, 1560 Euclid .ve.. folMowing his graduation from the I University of Pennsylvania School I of Medicine. n, Wolkowsky received his i,raining under the Army medical I training program. He holds the ; rank of first l ieutenant. To Describe JSSB Work Mrs. Benjamin Meyers wiU deI scribe the activities of the Jewish Social Service bureau, of which she is president, on the "Voluntarily Yours" program over Station WIOD at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. The program is a feature sponsored by the volunteer bureau of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies. : jnARt^ 1 j MIAMI JWV INSTITS 15 NEW MEMBER^ Fifteen veterans wer, as new members of th pJ" i Markowitz post, Jewish W J3 erans, by Dr. Maurice ? commander, Monday ntall ** Miami Y. The J g* Leonard S. Stern, Geo! Borney, Irving Bimber. mourRoBcnthal. Nathan i,? Elman, Perry Marks, G Z Landis, Paul Davidson^ E.Gindy, Nathan Reite r ',> Levine, Gerald Kline, Irvi J and Simon Kaplan. The post has established j j information service f ot .„ erans. Persons wishing jl! tionontheGIbiilofrigK hospitahzation have beenL to contact Jonah Burd officer, phone 2-4374. CAPT ARTHUR BRODEY. Jewish chap.oirws *£££ citing a prayer*ar £Jg^^JS" Th e lemony was SfASSLS M~g M G en R ose was killed in Europe last year.^IVV^_photo)_ Racial Discrimination act, which prohibits the display of matter injurious to any segment of the community, and the Insurance act of 1937 which forbids racial or religious discrimination by insurance companies in determination i if risks. Justice Mackay persuasively argues that 'If a piece of land can be prohibited to Jews, it can equally be prohibited to Protestants. Catholics or other groups or di nominations ... In my opinion nothing" could be more calculated to create or deepen divisions between existing religious and ethnic groups in this province or in this country, than the sanction of a method of land transfer which would permit the segregation and confinement of particular groups to particular business or residential areas, or conversely, would exclude groups from particular business or residential areas." To Open New Building The United Lubavitcher YeshiYoth will celebrate the formal opening of the new building of its Central Yeshiva and Mesifta, Brooklyn, with an eight-day celebration from May 12 through May 13. There are 3,100 students enrolled in the 1" Lubavitcher Yeshivoth in the U.S., Canada, France and Belgium. _____ NEWYOR significant this Passover than ever before! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOHS Matzoh Meal, Cake Meal, Egg Matzohs, Whole Wheat Matzohs, Egg Barley, Potato Pancake Mix and Potato Starch. Nearly a score of high quality unrationid products that help make limited foods go further—enhance holiday menus! Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3 Airliners • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS • STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY MEALS Unscheduled flights for your added conTenience. For reservaJions and information for individual chartered passage or complete chartered plane, call 3-3455. PASSENGER DIVISION AIR CARGO LINES. INC. 304 E. 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T^J ITETUGIE MEDIC:] L.-1*L*': ^ fHfe pa/>^ i i irmv doclOI iliown .minUtering to. wounded German pri Bil identified only %  • "a former refuee". The picture wa. f" 'I .. the war. Krcaue ihi. doctor", family WM Mill in the hands k ftS? „, KM withheld. However, it was disclosed that he had m A. rvi,T like thousands of other refugees who have made their r "",il KitedStttei with the aid of the National Refugee Service. R*k financed bv the $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Hf* 1946. No* efioru ,re b *' W8 ma4 '* d K VM "*• "y • Ci,. rord of wr service by refugees. Anyone who can offer inform.fc r;oL U n, f ..e with, hi. local welfare fund or with the ofic. ftlie National Refugee Service, 105 Nassau Street, New York 7, N. Y. HSH MUSIC NIGHT TED WARMLY Lish music night wai erected j warmth and entl uslasm at iMiami Y Sunday evening three artists presented [, cello and voice interprets* i of music written by Jews nusic with a Jewish theme. krogram was a iged by the Rer Miami Jewish Cultural littee. Leo Huberman's rendition veral Palestin: an songs and sen's extempi aneous prehion of several Yiddish num|were the highlights of the A brilliant lnterpretaof Mendelssohn's "Variawas displayed by Leon ner, pianist. Gerard Haft, succeeded in his characktion of the mournful strains pebraic Meditations" and the bus ardor of "Kol Nidre." musical portion of the eveIwas preceded by a talk on pistory of Jewish music by en, chairman of the Y's I activities. aking on the future of Jewhisic, Mr. Essi n stressed that |line must he considered by and non-Zionits alike as |rater of all types ,,f Jewish announced that future fly meetings of the Y will ftially devoted to the learnf Yiddish songs, in line with N movement to foster Jewbusic—S e 1 m a Thompson, editor, COMMITTEE NAMED FOR INSTALLATION Mrs. E. Karger has been named chairman of arrangements for the installation of Rabbi Murray Grauer, April 7, as spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. Assisting her are Mrs. F. Ochs, Mrs. Honig and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, representing the Sisterhood, and Leon Kaplan, A. Pepper, Nat Blumberg, Jack Stone, Max Jacobskind, Hylan Rifas, Sid H. Palmer, J. Temple and D. Singer, representing the Brotherhood. Members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association will participate in the installation ceremony. CHAMP SPELLER While the audience consumes lollipops, fraternity and sorority representatives will vie for the title of "champ speller" at the annual spelling bee sponsored by the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the University of Miami. The event will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in the University theatre. *G FOLKS DANCE Young Folks" league of eBeth She! 4144 Chaso Isolds an open house for I men and woi ten over 18 lot age every Sunday evel 8 p.m. in the Temple group, sponsored by the Mlub, is dire, tod by Robert Vman. F* >s dancing f I0m 8 to 11 m the gameioom is open f* who do not care to f AH young men and womF"are invited to attend. Obituaries LU8TIO IA>UIS Luatijr. 72. retired hotel operator, died Friday in a hospital. He lived at 1508 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, moving from New York city 17 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. IJllie I.IIMIK: two sons. Including Henry Davidow of Miami Heiich: and two sisters. Services wore held In New York. Riverside Memorial chapel sent the body to New York. SIMON W. M. Simon, 67. of 920 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, died !*unday In a hospital. He came from Chicago five years ago and leaves his wire Mrs. Jean Simon; four brothers ana four sisters. The body has been sent to Chicago by Riverside Memorial chapel. LEUCHTAQ Mrs. Rebecca beuchtag. 90. died Monday at her home 344 Euclid axe.. Miami Beach. She came from Brooklyn three years ago and ^aves two sons. A. J. H. and Harry B.. both of Miami Beach. The body was sent to New York by Riverside Memorial chapel. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mtictfy eotvgiderUicd .By PHINEAS J. BIRON This week, the Black Book, which tells the story of the Nazi crime against the Jewish people, appears. It is being issued by the World Jewish Congress, the Vaad Leumi of Palestine, the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow and the Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists of America. The project represents an important action for unity on the part of World Jewish leadership. We are fortunate to be able to present to you an exclusive, as the Hollywood columnists say. So we are giving Albeit Einstein's message on the occasion of the appearance of t\e Black Book. Our column will be the first to carry its full text. ALBERT EINSTEIN SPEAKS: "In the last decade the Germans have systematically killed off about half the Jewish people. We, the survivors, have assembled the facts and methods of this mass murder in a volume that is now being handed over to the world. This book is intended as an indictment of the nation that sank to such depths of bestiality. But it is also to serve as a gruesome warning addressed to all the nations that witnessed this collapse of human conscience and sense of responsibility. Are they aware that they might have prevented the catastrophe if they had sincerely wished to prevent it? Do they realize that they too have permitted their sensibilities to become so dulled that appreciation of the sanctity of life and the inviolability of the individual has grown alarmingly feeble among all mankind today? Do they know that the increasing advances of science and technical knowledge cannot serve as substitutes for a living sense of justice and humanity. Have they done all they could to save those who might have been saved—or those who still can be saved? Do they understand that our human race is doomed to rapid destruction if it forgets those laws whose observance alone can be the basis of the peaceful existence of men in productive collaboration? Is it merely coincidental that the destructive mania was directed precisely against the people who are the source of those moral laws and their dissemination among the western nations? This anguishing question leaves us confounded. Heine's somber words ring in my ears. 'And a fool awaits an answer.' "We stand before a mass grave. In this book that is now presented the remnants of our people have set up a monument to the millions of victims, to the end that their suffering and their death be saved from oblivion to serve as a warning to the surviors. "What must we do? "We must fight, in ourselves and in others, the senseless urge to power and destruction. We must seriously study how men can be protected, made innerly and outwardly free and educated to unite in effort. And we must constantly keep in mind the perniciousness and injustice of our prejudices, particularly of racial prejudices. Let the Germans serve as an example and a warning to the rest of the world; their fate illustrates what happens to a nation that abandons and despises justice and humanity and yields to vain militarism. ARfi let us also remember that military success entails grave dangers; it begins with Bismarck, and ends with Hitler. "He who reads this book visualizing these frightful events and feeling their full impact, will see one thing clearly: that the protection of human beings is more important than the sovereignity of states. In particular: When Fishing Tournament To Close On AprU 21 With leaderships and second place rankings changing rapidly in the Metropolitan Miami $10,000 Fishing tournament, H. H. Hyman, general chairman of the 11-year-old classic rod and reel angling competition, has predicted that all records of participation and over-all major catches will be erased before its close on April 21. The event is open to all men, women and children rod and reel anglers, resident or visiting, under the sponsorship of the Cities of Miami and Miami Beach. There are no entry fees, the principal ruling being that all catches be made unaided, be weighed at one of the more than 38 official weighing stations and registered on an official entry blank. Full details are available by calling Miami 2-4144 or writing P. O. Box 2444, Miami. the problems of peace are discussed the Jewish people, who as an entity have suffered so deeply, must not be forgotten. "Let justice be done through the fulfillment of the solemn pledges concerning the furtherance of the upbuilding of Palestine. "And may all national minorities be assured—on a super-national basis—of that degree of protection which is indispensable for the preservation of peace." DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN HONORABLY OISCHAROED. U. 8. ARMY AIR FORCES y ANN 0UNCES RE.OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT f W. 12th Avenue Miami Florida 2 3374 Residence: 5-0978 Houxt: 10-12J> MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Mlmi Beach niOS. M. BURNS. JR Funeral Director ABE EISENBEHG. Treasurer In New York: \ ''Cth St. and Amsterdam Ave. ^p7H) S. W. 12th AV. MIAMr-i 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OfflCUUY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of K0RTHER* JEWISH FUHEMl HOMES Inlwmatioo Gladly fuiriihtd on *ejeil SERVING MIAMI BEACH l MIAMI Exclusively Jewish ZMMZR JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Mlaml'a 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 delivery. All 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. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS [RVICE EtiECTPIOAT. coNST R i mfirlHT^ I ***W.IUJ APPLIANCES SB 111 5-4570 AFTER 6 P.M. C A L L 3-03 3 0 SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel femes For Further Iniormcrtion Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 ***WWWMVWM*^a*WVMl*tf PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E. E. CARTER Funeral Direct or "A Friend in Need" 1008 W. FLAGLE1 PHONE 9-2M4 _I.IJ .iiin'.'-'-'iuC'" > *M ^ M* _n_r.r r r r ;: : i. j



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PAGE FOURTEEN AID CHAPLAINS the chaplain it will serve overseas. Concert to Mark Chorus' Birthday On the occasion of its second anniversary, the Jewish Folk Chorus of Greater MK.HU will present a concert of A Jewish and Pali Sunday evening al thi Beach Senior High chorus will be bv %  %  twelve-piect "symphonette" by Bower Murphy. Under the direct -.%  ii of ovi r 50 voices ips, inch Zionist : '' %  David synagogue, Icor, HIAS, tl for thi '-.ged fraternal i ions. With tl.' Jewish culture. th( i hi i.. undertaken to further of this culture—the folk song. The chorus is affiliated with the National Jewish Music all the Greater Miami Jewish eration and the Bureau of J' Education. Weekly e held on Tuesday evenings at I David Tolmud ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It 1 Council Membership Schedules Busy Week Election meeting of the M section, National Council of Jewish Women, will be held in tW< i of a buffet luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Templp Beth Sholom. Mrs. Nat Williams has been rcnominatcd for the | dency. A program titled "1945-46. A Year to Remember," will 1> sented. The meeting is scheduled the morning to allow members to attend the Dade County Federation of Women's clubs' Fiesta of Stars to be held at 2 p.m. at the Clover club. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub is chairman of the Fiesta program. On Friday. Council will be hostess at its annual pledge luncheon at the Roney Plaza hotel at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Edward Cowen, chairman, announces that cards and mah jongg will be included in the afternoon's program. Prescription Center Has Continual Service Day and night prescription servic e is offered by the Prescription Center, 405 Lincoln rd according t0 M ,. s Helen Rosenbaum. Thj Center is open from 9 a.m. II Midnight, but patrons may order prescri p.ions at any time of the da v 01 night by phoning 5-0,3. riptions a:e called for and I red. I ,. ,.; tered pharmacists are ,, dut y. Mrs. Rosenbaum is a ,,,,, llf Albany College of Pharmacy and is re. Yoik, New Jersey and Florida. ... ., The Center is equipped witn a modern scientific pn • r y and a femmme hygiene department It carries a full hue rcelle Hypo-Allergi metics and nationallj advertised lins. !" PAY, MARCH 29, B'nai B'rith Hires New Executive Charles R. Jacobson. of 1250 N W 55th st.. has been appointed to the newly created post of executive secretary of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, according to E. Albert Pallot. presidents .I,,a.bson. a graduate of the 'University of Illinois with a social sttudies major, will assume l h is duties Monday at 330 Seybold building. The new secretary was formerly connected with the War Labor board and was employed 'as information specialist at the Miami air field. He has had conlerable experience in group caS e work and public relations. A native of Chicago, Jacobson has lived in Miami for the past Realtor To Announce $1,200,000 Transact L*o Eisenste.n, Miami XL. realtor. ,s expected to ^ consummation of tWo i a > ling $1,200,000 for Miami hotel and oceanfront Dr(m „ The transacUons are pjjjl among the largest in recem*? realty deals. year. MME. AUGUSTA K.SMJ „ Lleen.ed Electron^,, Removing Supwfluo^V Warts and Mol Permanently Without S 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Yeiri of Successful Pr.etu.,.1 New York. New JerM ln 7&M R.eomm.nd,^^, MMit ,, DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO Ii You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision v^O 9 Inc. Operated by Pearl Br os. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive Miami Beach D. ROSNER MANAGEMENT ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE PHONE 5-0041 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. PASSOVER 1946 LAND 0'SSN DAIRIES AGAIN BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Pasiover PlDfi 1 ? ltl/2 Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach Despite rigid restrictions, man-power problems and inadequate supplies, we are pleased to serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone 5-S537 Now! To Insure Your Requirements or order from route salesman



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RIDAY. MARCH 29, 1946 +JelshrhrkHa,t PAGE FIFTEEN ensign Leads Ship-Board Services, bails Friday Nights at Home A rolinious services aie described in a letter from S1 f Wibman to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman. ton Iu u Ensign Liebman is stationed on the USS Jf person eve H W? T^om my regular work, which usually is from 8 to 4," "I'm taking two correspondence courses, one in *f 6 nH the other in electricity. Then I got a Navy tromv. h I Dractice on quite a bit and then I found myself a *V'u see we have Friday night services ashore and last "You see ^ ihc sailor who c is the services and there [reading Hebrew |f took over. enough jui) usually conlidn't show capable well enough, I must have done because we ood enougn J------gS we've got enough Jewtah £on the Ship to hold services Erd and that 1 should conduct En It saves us the cold boat L ashore at night. R always end up with everysinging Sholom Alaychem i Hatikvah. Whenever we sing Uom Alavchcn., I always pic* e the whole family seated Ld the table Friday night, *h the candles and clean white fctach and I always see you, m sitting there leading us in jing and it always just about fags tears to my eyes. [shall never be able to thank j enough, dear parents, for thing me the tender beauties [Friday night. Sholom Maym, and the cither characters'of a fine, always cheerful, |pr Jewish h .1 really d^n't know when I are going back to the States. try time I see how the Japs this land fortified, I thank I we didn't have to invade it. cost in blond would have -j horrible. There are miles In miles of caves and tunnels I deep under the mountains, [of machines, guns, bombs and (lie. It would have been imkible to bomb them out of rat holes. This is a dirty, |y country and the slant-eyed, k-toothed, perennially grin' Jap still goes around bow[and scraping and saying "So f please" and they put up big s in the stores welcoming the |erican soldier to Japan so they 1 buy their cheap trash for kenirs." |terhood Sponsors liter Game Night *sh and merchandise will be kded as prizes during the night to i„ h, id by the trhood of the Miami Beach ph Center Saturday evening %  Center. ^mission is $] 50 and the pubbeen invited. Bingo, cards | other games will be played. •chairmen ol tl i evening are Raymond Rubin and Mrs. M Josepher. Tickets are able through ;i ,. Sisterhood I the Center office. to Drive—Modern Way ri y ind Navy tn.tructor. Maty lor Dri, er Llcenwt And Auto Tagg LORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL l5tn *ve„ M. Bch., Ph. 6-5012 [GENERAL PAINTING ** F-itimate, Oiv,„ BY BEST MECHANICS •& Gilbreoth Poinl Co. N S W. !2, h AVENUE forRMT 'CONVAUSCIiW .•wQiRONlcGtltl i'o. •oo^tTf Hubcrman TKrills Capacity Audience Bronislaw Huberman, founder of the 10-year-old Palestine symphony orchestra, thrilled a capacity audience at the Miami Beach High school Saturday evening with his violin concert of classical and Jewish selections. The program was the fifth sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Culttural committee this season. The artist showed keen understanding and sincerity in his portrayals, especially the two encore numbers, Ernest Bloch's "Nigun" and Max Bruch's "Kol Nidre" to which the audience was most receptive. Mr. Huberman's success with his listeners stemmed partly from the ease with which he performed and the enjoyment he himself derived from playing. Boris Roubakine, Mr. Huberman's accompanist, provided an added interest and was outstanding in his assistance during the Concerto D Major, op. 75, by Tschaikowsky. On the heavier side was the Sanata D Major by Handel which was rather slow moving. However, it provided good contrast to the Cesar Franck Sonata in A Major which Mr. Huberman interpreted impressively. — Selma Thompson, music editor. Synagogues Announce Seder Arrangements With Passover beginning the evening of April 15, Beth David, the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Temple Israel are among local organizations arranging Seders. Beth David's Sisterhood will .sponsor its annual Seder April 15. ,As seating capacity Is limited, the Sisterhood asks that congregants make their reservations now by calling 9-3469. Two Seders will be held by the Center Sisterhood April 15 and 16. Subscription is $20 per person for both nights, according to Mrs. Raymond Rubin, chairman. Reservations may be made at the Center office or through the Sisterhood. Mrs. Adolph Wcrtheimer is chairman of the Temple Israel Seder which will be held April 15 in Kaplan hall. Reservations may be made at $4.50 per plate by calling 9-1757. Temple Women to Elect at Luncheon MAX'S DELICATESSEN & T 1131 W. Flagler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line of MATZOHS, WINES And All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Order Early Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a luncheon meeting at 12:30 p.m. Monday in Kaplan hall to elect officers and hear a report of the recent national convention by Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein. Officers are to be elected from the following slate: Mrs. Epstein, president; Mrs. Harry V. Simons, first vice president; Mrs. Harry Boyell, second vice president; Mrs. Bertha Lath, recording secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Henry Hirsch, assistant secretary; Mrs. Isaac Levin, treasurer; Mrs. Max Meiscl, auditor; Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. M. Ross, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Benjamin Landau. Mrs Stella Hantman, Mrs. L. Lichtenstetter, Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mia William Singer, Mrs. Frank Pearlman, directors. Evelyn Raff will offer a vocal solo. Reservations for the luncheon may be made with Mrs. Hantman at 3-0563 or Mrs. Hirsch at 48-4269. Call On Sphinx Over 150,000 American militarj and civilian personnel have toured the famed Sphinx and Pyramids on American Red Cross tours conducted from the Cairo Enlisted Men's Club since December 1942. S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Bedch Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties C1ED IDID Telephone 5-1017 Seder Aids Histadruth Proceeds of the Third Seder, sponsored by the Jewish National Workers' alliance in conjunction with the Council of Pioneer Women's organizations, will be devoted to the Histadruth in Palestine. This year's Seder, to be held at the Alamac hotel, 1300 Collins ave., Thursday evening, April 18, is the fifth annual event. A program of music and entertainment is being arranged by Dr. Harry Queen, chairman. Reservations may be made with Henry Sejtlin, 347 S. W. Sixth st., phone 2-3947. I WANT MY MILK And Be Bur* If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 82nd Street MIAMI'S OUTSTANDING EVENT! 2nd ANNUAL CONCERT Given By the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS LOUIS POWESKY, Conductor SONGS OF JEWISH, AMERICAN, PALESTINIAN ORIGIN "SYMPHONETTE" OF TWELVE MUSICIANS PLAYING CLASSICAL MUSIC BOWER MURPHY, Conductor SUNDAY. MARCH 31st 8:00 P. M. AJ IDA M FISHER HIGH SCHOOL 1420 Dfx\ Avamw I t I Mta** B ^ xch Admission: *1.00 (tax included) In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform Rabbi Appeibaum will deliver a sermon on "Strange Fires" (Leviticus 10:1) at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Leo Ackerman will light the candles and say the blessing. Hostesses during the reception after the services will be Mrs. Adolph Wcrtheimer and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, chairmen, and the Mesdames Elry Stone, Harold Spaet, Louis Snetman, Harry Simons, Herman Wall and Sam Luby. Saturday morning services, 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third Ave., Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN Conservative Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. In view of the present meeting of the Security Council of the United Nations, Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "Will the UNO Succeed'.'" Mr. and Mrs. William Litt will be iiosts during the social hour immediately after the services, in memory of Mrs. Litt's mother. Sabbath services. 8:30 a.m. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Marvin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles David, will become Bar Mitzva. This is the fourth unique Sabbath of the Hebrew calendar, known as "Shabbos Hachodesh." The rabbi will speak briefly on its significance. Bar Mitzva breakfast club, 8:45 a.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be hosts in honor of the recent Bar Mitzva of thenson. Kenneth. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 6 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Covenants in Israel." Refreshments and informal singing will follow. Adult and junior services, 9 a.m. Saturday at the congregation building. The rabbi will discuss the "Portion of the Week." Mincha, 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Shinishon club. 3:30 p.m.; Zionist group, 4 p.m.; CantorMaftir ','ioup, 4 p.m., at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. 301-311 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Washington Ave., Miami Beach RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox Friday evening services, 6 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Month of Freedom." Intermediate services for adolescents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation for boys and girls of elementary school uge, 10 a.m. Bible study, 4 p.m., under the direction of S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m. The rabbi will discuss the "Portion of the Week." MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN Conservative Friday services, 5:45 p.m. Late services, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Abram L. Sachar. guest speaker, will discuss the "Ifs That Changed Our Destiny." Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Junior.congregation, 10 a.m. Story-telling group, 4 p.m. Young Judaea club, 7 p.m. AZA-BBG-BarMitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday. Young People's league dance, 8:30 p.m. Sunday. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER Liberal Rabbi Kronish's sermon will be titled "It's All In the Way You Look at Life" at Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m. The talk will be based on Arthur Miller's novel, Focus. Sabbath services, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Worshippers are asked to meditate in the Temple during the 15minute organ prelude which precedes each service. Young Folks' league dance and social. Sunday evening. %  %  i a' : %  ; I I II i I i: i S f I I. I i! It! i I



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..:.'"""" %  • I pjewlstncijdh^ ==== FRIDAY. MARCH Children Come First in U.J.A. Effort^ Youths Face Imprisonrta Trying to Avenge Murdt THREE GRIM AGENCIES represented in the record-breaking $100,000,000 L'niU'il Jewish Appe.il for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine are earning on far-flung activities to save the handful of Jewish children who escaped Hitler's fiendish wrath. ABOVE, two orphans who felt the lash of Nazism are safe Ht last in a Joint Distribution Committee haven in France. TOP. right, a former internee of Oswiecim (tattoo number on arm) at work in a citrus grove of Kibbutz Buchenwald. happy and free in the land of his dreams, thanks to the United Palestine Appeal. BELOW, right, Joseph Fajntlberg, who with his wife and son spent 18 months in the Oswego shelter made possible by the National Refuges Service, is proud of his American-born son, Albert. • rNHJC Game Night, Elections Scheduled BEACH Y CELEBRATES OLD-TIMERS' NIGHT BPW PROGRAM AIDS YOUTH ALIYAH PLANS FRANKFURT (JTA)— Two Rumanian-Jewish youths are in jail here, facing 10 years imprisonment because they attempted to find the Nazi who murdered the father of one of them. Their story begins in October, 1943 in Cluj, Rumania, where the father of 18-year-old Andor Horowitz was arrested and murdered by a Gestapo agent. Shortly afterwards, Andor and his mother and five younger brothers and sisters were sent to Oswiecim. Last May, when the war in Europe ended, only Andor remained alive, somewhere in the Austrian Tyrol. Determined to seek vengeance from the man who murdered his father, he returned to Cluj and obtained a photograph of the Gestapo agent from a local photographer. Across the back of the photo was written the name of a Bavarian town. After traveling hundreds of miles mostly by foot. Andor reached the town, where he enlisted the aid of UNRRA, the military police and the local burgomeister. The latter recognized the photo and mentioned that the agent had a sister named Schneider in Hoechst, a suburb of Frankfurt. Andor, through the aid of UNRRA, was transferred to the I.ampertheim camp, which is about 50 miles south of here. There he met a friend of his concentration camp days. Ber Blum, who also came from Cluj. Although both youths desired to get to Palestine as soon as possible, where Andor could resume his trade of watchmaking, and Ber could complete his medical studies, they decided to make an attempt to find the Gestapo agent. After several days of wandering the streets of Hoechst, seeking information from pedestrians, they were directed to the home of the agent's sister. When they arrived there, they found a woman washing clothes, who denied that she knew anyone named Schneider. However, Andor spied a photograph similar to the one in his possession, and A night of games, sponsored by the Greater Miami chapter. National Home for Jewish Children, will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach Elks c'.ub. No admission will be charged, according to Mrs. Irving Becker, chairman, who is arranging lor refreshments and prizes. Election of chapter officers will take place 1 p.m. Tuesday at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Samuel Luby, 630 S. W. 29th rd. Mrs. M. B. Ross, chairman of the nominating committee, will present the slate for the 1946-47 term. Appointment of Dr. Nelson Zivitz, allergist, as medical consultant in this area, has been announced by the local chapter. Plans for expansions of facilities in the Denver Home, which the local chapter supports, were announced at the last meeting by Mrs. Irving Miller, president. The plans are embodied in a resolution adopted by the recent New York meeting of presidents of all auxiliaries of NHJC and provide for the employment of a trained dietician, a professional psychiatric social worker and a fulltime resident allergist. Admission to the home, formerly limited to children aged 5 to 12 years, has been extended to include the ages of 4 to 16 years. Old-Timers' night was celebrated at the Beach Y Tuesday, replete with peanuts and a Wild West show. Appropriate "pyanner" accompaniment for the movies was provided by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. | Included in the program were community singing and heated games ol musical chairs and pass the plate. Mrs. Elliot Winterfield and Leo Chaikin were cochairmen of the affair, assisted by Mrs. Chaikin, Mr. Winterfield. Lillian and Ray Feiner, Bill and Nettie Lefkowitz, Mr, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Paul Enfield. Leo Hubei man played the piano during the games. CAMPOREE SLATED A three-day "camporee" is being planned for ihis weekend by Boy Seoul Troop No. 6. The troop will leave from the Miami Y hut at 4 p.m. this afternoon. Each scout has prepared a menu of foods he will cook for himself during the outing. The progrm of activities is under the supervision of Scoutmaster Phil Lyons and Commilteemen Phil Roberts and Nat Gans. A benefit program for the Youth Aliyah project was presented by the Business and Pro[i sional Women's division of Hadassah last Thursday evening at the Grossinger-Pancoast hotel. The role played by American Jewry in rescuing children from war-torn Europe and giving them "a new lease on life" in Palestine, was emphasized by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, guest speaker. Mure than 16,000 Jewish children have already been saved through the Youth Aliyah movement, he said. "Out of Darkness," a film depicting the progress made in Palestine in the last 30 years, was shown. Miss Use Frankel, chairman of the Youth Aliyah project for the BPW. arranged the program. confronted with this the woman admitted agent was her brother 8 thajhe had been kiBjjf' When Andor replied M was impossible, .incehefi 1 h.m la Cluj, after th e il ^dthewo^g This country isn't PaleswT it s a pity that some 11 still Irving She then Jf to strike Andor with hen board. He ducked and 1 her back. She fell agai furniture an.l arose withTk nose and screaming for hdnl this time, Ber stood on ftT, line, doing nothing. When American militant. arrived, they arrested both! and laughed at Andor wt| asked that they help himmS the photo. That was on \ ary 11, and they are still I awaiting trial, which hat i been scheduled for next I Capt. Alan Fraser, i lawyer, attached to the lejJ tion of the AMG here, dinj a complete lack of interest^ case's background, when tioned by a JTA correspn. He kept reiterating that ill his job to keep law andj and he was openly skeptiali cerning the youth's story. He revealed that he willbJ sole officer presiding at thta trial, which will take place] fore the AMG Intermediated which is authorized to haul 10-year sentences. Fraser I however, that the youths | able to appeal to headquai Weisbaden, and then addedL ily, "if convicted, of cours.1 RESUMES PRACTICE Dr. Aaron H. Shifrin, practitioner, has resumed tice at 527 S. W. 12th ave, I ing his discharge from the 1 medical corps. During the I he served at Selma, Ala.; I Antonio and Big Springs,! Before entering the servktj Shifrin practiced medicine S| ami Beach. b**r I L ^ d s^| DR. SACHAR TO SPEAK Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of Hillel foundations, will be guest speaker at late Friday evening services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tonight. Dr. Sachar will discuss the "Ifs That Changed Our Destiny." 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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lie\wiislbJEIIiOjriidliiaun
BHHSIKSH
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THE JEWISH UNITY F
omt
THE ifvx/iQH WEEKLY
ig -NUMBER 13
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
GOES OVER TOP WITH $808,000
almost 525,000 more than
set for the 1946 Combined
pealhas been contributed
the 70 local, national and
[ agencies which benefit from
[ter Miami Jewish Federation,
[lass, executive director, an-
| Wednesday.
celebration of the CJA was
^e Latin Quarter Sunday at
ne Wm D. Singer, chairman,
k! a total of $802,094. Jacob
jsurer of the campaign, pre-
p $100,000 check to Sholem
[representative of the United
Appeal The check was the
ailment of the S500.000 alloca-
he UJA. major beneficiary in
i campaign.
presentation of this check will
i the concrete base for the solid
on of the successful completion
8,000 prospects in last year's campaign, I
of the $100,000,000 drive for the United !
! Jewish Appeal throughout the country '
I for the support of the three major agen-;
; cies of the United Jewish Appeal," Sher '
: stated. The agencies are the Joint Dis- \
j tribution Committee, the United Pales-'
j tine Appeal and the National Refugee J
' Service, which provide for the relief and ]
rehabilitation of the suffering and home-
less Jewish war victims.
The $808,000 represents 5,500 partici-
pants from a prospective list of 9,000,
as compared to 5,000 contributors from
according to Klass.
A plague for an outstanding job of
leadership and achievement was pre-
sented to Singer Sunday by Max Oro- j
vitz, president of Federation. Orovitz
said that the plague was "a symbol of i
duty and devotion to a cause that has |
brought comfort and solace to many"
and that it should "serve as a reminder
of the lives saved by the outstanding
efforts displayed during this campaign
by Mr. Singer."
The initial gift division, under the
chairmanship of Joseph R. Stein, started
the campaign off by raising $250,000 at
its first meeting from a group of con-
tributors who last year gave less than
$100,000. This pace set in fund-raising
was matched by the hotel division un-
der the chairmanship of Nat H. Han-
koff, assisted by Irving Frankel, Joseph
Gardner, Samuel Lachman, Harry A.
Cornblum, Murray Maurer and J. M.
Seidenberg. These seven men person-
ally formed a "wrecking crew" and in
a group visited each hotel owner and
lessee on Miami Beach and secured
over S200.000 from the hotel industry
which last year gave less than $30,000
to the campaign.
Ned Sail, chairman of the liguor di-
vision, and his workers were responsi-
ble for over $90,000 towards the success
of the drive.
Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers and Mrs. Matilda Ratner, co-
chairmen of the women's special gifts
division, a new division of the cam-
paign, raised $50,000 from women who
had not previously contributed to Fed-
eration.
Also commended for the excellence
of their part in the campaign were Mrs.
Max Dobrin, chairman of general solici-
tation; Herbert E. Scher, Abe Goodman
and David Phillips, chairmen of the
special gifts divisions, and Arthur S.
Friedman and Leon Kaplan, chairmen
of the lawyers' division.
A message of congratulations from
Stanley C. Myers, president of the
National Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, and Mrs. Myers,
who were attending a special confer-
ence of the Council in New York city,
was read at the victory celebration.
inn"
r Tells
pper at
emberg
(BERG, (JTA)Pressed
Biitish Prosecutor Sir
laxwell-Fyfe, Herman
nis week denied before
national Military Tribu-
knew of the brutali-
Ufl Jews in the concen-
imps, and added that
ed whethei even Hitler
the existence of death
g. whose cross-cxamina-
(Allicd prosecutors was
on Thursday, asserted
inch Himmler, Gestapo
kept secret the ex-
of European Jewry.
fed whether he had ever
preiun broadcasts con-
hnti-Jewish atrocities, he
V had heard such
only four days before
pse of Germany.
h No. 2 Nazi repeat-
trated his lack of knowl-
cernintf the German ex-
police, denied that
n> part in it, and reject-
stations of some of his
ing the destruction
ureable" people. He pro-
wply when the prosecu-
rred to -'your friend
declaring that the
chief was never a friend
Zionists Convene Aug. 7
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
22nd World Zionist Congress, the
first since 1939, will open here
on August 7, it was decided at a
meeting of the Jewish Agency
executive.
Assyrians Submit
Secret Testimony
For Jewish State
JNRRA to Find
s for 500,000
I^ORK. (JTA) Assis-
finding new homes for
"0.000 Jewish dis-
Persons in Europe is
a joint memorandum
to the UNRRA Coun-
\. ls now meeting in At-
">' by the World Con-
American Jewish Con-
nd the Board of Dep-
sntisn Jews. The memo-
LSKs for representation
Pministration of UNRRA
aid ln gaining the co-
^_ON PAGE 4)
JERUSALEM, (JTA)John V.
W. Shaw, chief secretary of the
Palestine Government, and rank-
ing British administrative official
after High Commissioner Sir
Alan Cunningham, appeared be-
fore the full Anglo-American in-
quiry committee last week. It is
presumed that Secretary Shaw
presented the official Govern-
ment position, but no definite in-
formation is available at present
because his testimony was given
at a closed session.
In a statement to the press, the
inquiry committee replied to the
American Zionist Emergency
Council's charges that the official
transcript of the committee's ses-
sions had deliberately omitted
those sections of the testimony
of Jamal el Husseini and Auni
Bey Abdul Hadi, Arab Higher
Committee spokesmen, which ad-
mitted the association between
the Nazis and the ex-Mufti. The
committee replied that the Arabs
had spoken in English with an
accent which was not familiar to
the American court reporter and
that he had, therefore, missed
parts of the witnesses' state-
ments.
The committee, however, in-
sisted that its members were well
aware of the Arab testimony and
that efforts were being made to
correct the official transcript. The
press statement also said that the
committee regretted that the
American Zionists had released
their accusation to the press be-
fore asking the inquiry body for
its explanation.
Yesterday's morning session
was devoted largely to religious
spokesmen, with representatives
of the Anglican Church, the
American Episcopal Church, the
Tel Aviv Incidents Divert
Attention from Illegal Entrants
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Jewish Group Wants
Medical College
BOSTON (JTA)A Jewish
group of citizens is interested in
taking over Middlesex college, it
was disclosed here at a hearing
before the legislative committee
on education. The college has
been involved in a long contro-
versy as to its status as an ap-
proved medical school.
Senator Edward M. Rowe of
Cambridge, who is urging the
revocation of the institution's
charter, stated that it was his
understanding that "the Zionists
were interested in taking over
Middlesex college." Isador Much-
nick, a member of the Boston
city council, who represented the
college, stated that it is true that
a group of Jewish citizens are
considering taking over the in-
stitution, but it was not neces-
sarily a Zionist group or that it
was "a Zionist venture."
JERUSALEM (JTA)One Jewish woman was killed, another
Jew wounded, and 36 arrested this week in the vicinity of Tel
Aviv in sporadic incidents during an unsuccessful attempt to
draw attention from the landing of 240 visaless Jewish immi-
grants from a motor schooner
bearing the name of Brigadier
Orde Wingate, pro-Zionist British
general who was killed in a plane
crash during the war.
The schooner, which was inter-
cepted by a British destroyer in-
side Palestine territorial waters,
near Tel Aviv, was brought into
Haifa flying the Union Jack and
the blue-white Zionist flag. Its
passengers were allowed to dis-
embark under heavy military
guard, and were immediately
taken to a detention camp. The
refugees, who boarded the vessel
at a south Italian port, came from
Hungary, Poland and other East-
ern European countries.
As the vessel approached the
Palestine coast, an attack took
place on the northern police sta- j
tion at Tel Aviv, for the purpose
of drawing the police away from
the harbor area. Jewish resist-;
ance organizations also blocked
all roads leading to the shore and .
laid mines at the railway cross-
Goldstein Asks
Palestine Home
For Million Jews
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Immediate transfer of 100,000
displaced European Jews to Pal-
estine and provision for the entry
of one million Jews into Pales-
tine within the next five yeans
was demanded by Dr. Israel Gqld-
stein in a speech before the
Greater Miami Zionist council
Tuesday evening at Temple Is-
rael.
Dr. Goldstein, former president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, declared that the ab-
sorptive capacity of Palestine is
something that the Jews them-
selves have created and have
given the lie to former commis-
sions who said there was no more
room.
"While there are 100,000 Jews
technically called displaced per-
sons," he said, "there are hun-
dreds of thousands who, though
technically repatriated, are in ef-
fect displaced persons because
they are economically displaced,
socially abused, culturally under-
privileged and physically
hounded."
Expressing his disappointment
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Transjordan Independent but Must Aid British
LONDON (JTA)Transjordan,
which since 1922 has been a part
of the Palestine Mandate, be-
came a sovereign, independent
state this week, when it signed
a treaty of mutual assistance and
alliance with Britain.
The text of the treaty will not
be made public before it is pre-
sented to Parliament early next
week. The document terminat-
ing the Mandate and guarantee-
ing Transjordan's independence
was signed at a ceremony in the
foreign office, with Undersecre-
tary of Colonies Arthur Creefh-
Jones signing for the British gov-
ernment and Ibrahim Pasha Hash-
im for Emir Abdullah, the ruler
of Transjordan.____________
(United States recognition of
Transjordan as an independent
state will follow only after its
expected application for member-
ship in the United Nations Or-
ganization is accepted by the
UNO, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency was told by the State de-
partment. For the present, the
American Consul General in
Jerusalem, who is accredited to
Transjordan, will continue to rep-
resent the U. S.)
The military provisions of the
treaty are believed here to in-
clude mutual assistance in the
event of either of the contracting
parties becoming involved in a
war, including the grant of com-
munication facilities to Britain
by Transjordan. They also are
reported to stipulate that Trans-
jordan must provide facilities for
British protection of the vital oil
pipelines running through the
country from Iraq to Haifa, in
Palestine.
While leaders of the Jewish
Agency refrained from comment-
ing on the termination of the
Transjordan Mandate, Rabbi Phil-
ip Bernstein of Rochester, who
arrived here from the United
States to participate in the drive
for the United Palestine Appeal
in Britain, told representatives of
the British press that he believes
that the independence of Trans-
jordan would be "an irritant."
He explained that "the treaty
signed today is a one-sided ar-
rangement made without consult-
ing either the Jewish Agency or
the United States."
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FRIDAY,
TkUonatiu fytatun?
Miss Goldman to Spe MISS GOLDSTL".
By ELSIE KRONENFELD North Bay Shore dr. Vaca-
Charles Adelman has been tromng a. ^Jgl
racking his brain all week try- Henry Herman *roo
ing to think of a gift for Gold.e lyj. who is c* ^K^
worthy of their fifth wedding sjdered for a^seat the New
anmversary. If. this Saturday ^ suprern bench
and the whole family is going Ida Goldberg s sister s .^
to help them celebrate by doing |ney Oshrtn. nf, her niecj
the town. Present will be Karen Sue. of Jersey C,^ are
Charlies mother and father, paying her a V1S";/^.Oshrm
his two children and his bro- white fW/ft f' %
ther-in-low and sister. Hy and berg at 1/64 S. W..7th s
Marcie Coverman. Our BOSS' spending some oi her time with
mother, Mrs. Ethel Shochet, will her two other sisters Mrs.
be along too George Boreer.berg2381 !3. W
Seventh St., and Mrs. Sam Lett
BABY TALK 0f 2438 S. W. 12th st. .
Ida and Irving Bernstein are ^ and Mrs Louis Margulies # -
busy getting adjusted to that q( .J5g g w Sixth s, are Virginia (jirl 10 De
new member of the household. hos(s ,0 Mrs Margulies' sister, June Bride of Miamian
His name is Martin Buddy and M Raleiah Schari of New Miu.
he was born Feb. 28. weighing J ^''tus Jacobson. field Add, I WjjjgJ
in a, seven pounds and four. j ,heJ southern sec. Jug bnd 0
teen ounces The Bris was held ,ion of ,he Jewish Welfare ^ Jj meed this
at Jackson Memorial hospital bocrd_ and ^ jacobson left, .;,," h(, us. Mr. and
March 10. Martin was honored vesterd atter a shor{ stG, ,irfik,
by the presence of not one, cut 'jL _
three rabbis, Rabbi Uri Felshin, ,,,',"' ._. .. ur~&
We hear that the Jack Wech-
lers are entertaining their
daughter. Mrs. Harriet Cole-
man, and her sons, Robert and
Michael, at the Wofford hotel.
The Colemans aie from New
York .
Miss Miriam Milter, daughter
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Fel-
shin officiated. New York fur-
nished most of the out-oi-town
guests. From there were Mrs.
Nathan Kotinsky, Mrs. Sophye
Rosenblum and son, Monroe;
Jack Tuckman, Mrs. Sydney
V... Mr, Laskj s ] Mr
: M 500 S W.

.: ,i student at
.1,. c0i] v. Mary.
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iTulane universit eci ntly, fol-
lowing hi from the
N ivy He > a rrn mix i of Beta
Kotinsky and "mother's" sister', oi Mr. and Mrs M. Bertram
Mrs. Florence Shipper. Mr and MUler- 5493 ^V rd- has re", BRIDE-ELECT PLANS
Mrs. Androskv from Michigan, turned t0 Miami following her NEW yQRK WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Bochner 9'aduation from the School of
of Newark N J and S;d Education, Northwestern uni- j Miss M. ..." Levine, bride-
Werner'of Philadelphia, repre- versitY' Mansion. 111. She elect Wolf. I New
served other oarts of the coun- She brou9hl tw of her frimds York, we at a sur-
* back with her. They are Miss [Pnst" sh'""': ?unda> evening.
faking of babies, and we B^n^eSeratan and Miss Shir-, <' ** ,,
are. Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Bern- lJeV ^namberg, of Chicago .
stein are getting ready to wel- Mrs- Iaa Stronwasser and her
come their expected "soace- daughter, Naomi, of Nassau,
taker."
Miss Elinore Goldman and
'.Arnold Simon arc inviting friends
lo attend their wedding 8 p.m.
'Sunday at Temple Israel. No
) formal invitations have been is-
sued Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will
officiate at the ceremony.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman, 1775
S.W. 16th ave., has asked Mrs.
Arthur Lehrman, Mr. Simon's
sister, to be bridesmatron. Mrs.
Seymour Kaplan will be matron
of honor. The Misses Faye Zwick,
Ann Buckstcin, Joan Buckstein
and Doris Fcldman will be brides-
maids,
Arthur Lehrman will be best
man and Marvin Goldman, Rob-
ert Simon and Herbert Zwick
will serve as ushers.
A graduate of Miami High
school, Miss Goldman attended
the University of Miami where
the was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority. Mr. Simon at-
tended Griffith institute, Spring-
cille, N.Y., and will be associated
in business with Miss Goldman's
father.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding will be the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simon,
Springville, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lehrman and son. Rich- I
aid. of Harrisburg, Penna.; Lester ]
Friedman, Emil Gottfried and Mr.
and Mrs. Nichlas Buckstein and
daughters, of Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Buckstein is Miss Goldman's
, sister.
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MISS BERaMAN
Miss Bergman To J
Miss Mildred Bergn^j
ter of Mrs. Esther Bw
N.W. 23rd ct has eho_
11 for her wedding d*|
Bergman will be marrMd|
ney Einhorn, son of Mnj
horn, Key West.
The bride-elect is a t
Walton High school, S^
and her fiance, Key Wgl
school, elass of 1933 Hr]
be married in Miami byl
Moses M( scheloft
PLAVNICK-BENEZRA
Mis-
j April 27 and will he married in
New York soon after. The dauRh-
mu ca^cwicu s|jui.c- > j ter of Mr and Mrs Morris Levine
This will be their first N- Y- are visiting her niece, ,,f New Vork, she has been asso-
one and if it's a boy, the first ^s,M^r,ls Bierm,an- o{ 2120 iated with the Miami Y and the
home camp of the Beach Y and
is now director of arts and crafts
instruction at Temple Beth Sho-
grandson on either side jS- W. 15th st They will be
Mrs. Max Rappaport. 327 S. W. wiln us a month Mortimer
Ninth st., is in" Philadelphia May, Jewish philanthropic and ,
showing the town how a proud religious leader of Nashville, ilom and tne Ml"mi B,;ch Jewish
grandmother acts. Her dauqh- Tenn- visiting here. '" Sh< ">"'" tauhI ara and
ter. Mrs Louis Zat, the former LOCAL LIFE J *: hS"
SoTlasfSdaygCV Qi Ge0r9e Talianofl and Mr. Wolfe was recently releas-
Mrs. entertained at the Only e<* f;om thc Army after serving
The wedding of Miss Betty
Benezra to Irwin Plavnick of
New York took place March 10
in the home of Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff with the rabbi officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Albert Benezra, 800
N.W. 44th st. Mr. Plavnick's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Mac Plav-
nick of New York.
Following the wedding a fam-
ily dinner was held at the Five
O'clock club. After a honeymoon
in Miami Beach, the couple will
make their home in New York.
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Arriving in town Monday Beth Sholom Man's club meet-
from Baltimore are Mr. and Mrs. ing. at which Dr. Abram
Inn last night prior to Temple '
wn
F. E. Stem They will be at the Sachar was
Merriam apartment-hotel. 1866
guest
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^ITEL CHOOSES
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day of June has been
Miss Adeline Teitel
idmt! to Bernard Tytell
i [grael Center, Brook-
eDgaKement was an"
kia week by Mr. and
MISS LANE'S WEDDING SET FOR APRIL 14
LV.l
Imiss teitel
Teitel, Brooklyn, par-
bnde-elect.
i\e will live at 560 S.W.
following a wedding
will include visits to
11s and Canada. A
line for friends and
krill be the first social
leir new home and will
ton their arrival here.
|11, sun of Cantor and
[Teitelbaum, 1015 S.W.
kttendi"! the University
pul is employed as an
venue agent. He is a
bf the Miami Opera
Miss Teitel was
New York schools.
|oon Couple Here
oninj,' at Ritz Carlton
|Mr. and Mrs. Myron
marriage took place
|New York city.
is the former Miss
r, daughter of Mr. and
Singer of Lawerence,
\, si n i if Mr. and Mrs.
Orange, Calif., was
ted from the air
|two years' service. He
rvice jn tne South
the Far Eastern air
nonth's vacation, the
return to Long Island
|lvkr will enter Hof-
to resume the study
The April 14 wedding of Miss Ruth Joan Lane and Seymour
Siegel is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lane, 3420 Royal Palm ave., and Long Island. The ceremony
will be held at the Robert Richter hotel with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Miss Lane will be attended by her sister, Mrs.
Leon Michelson, and Robert Siegel will be best man.
The bride-elect attended the University of Miami where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Siegel, who
resides at the Allen hotel, was graduated from the University
ol Michigan.
DR. WEISS TO MARRY
NURSE IN NEW YORK
The wedding of Miss Ruth
Lieberman, daughter of Mrs. Ann
L. Lieberman, Brooklyn, to Dr.
Eugene Weiss will take place in
New York Tuesday. Dr. Weiss is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah
Weiss, 639 West ave. Mrs. Weiss
flew North last week to attend
the ceremony.
The bride-e le c t attended
Brooklyn college and is a gradu-
ate of Kings county School of
Nursing. Dr. Weiss has just been
released from the Navy. He saw
action in the Pacific and holds
the Purple Heart for wounds re-
ceived at Iwo Jima. He is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High school
and the First Institute of Pedia-
try.
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ple will make their home in Mi-
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Mr. and Mrs. Alverne Chalek
will make their home in New
York following a honeymoon in
Miami Beach. Mr. Chalek and his
bride, the former Rose Marie Ma-
kovsky, were married by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff at his home on
March 21.
Mrs. Chalek, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, 926
Collins ave., and St. Louis, Mo.,
was attended by Mrs. Harry Bris-
man as matron of honor and Mrs.
Irwin H Makovsky. Joseph
Schumer, of New York, was best
man. Mike D'Azzara. of New
York; Harry and Eddie Sonz,
Chicago, were ushers.
The bride attended Culver
Stochton college and Washington 0
university in Missouri. She is a
past honor queen of Job's Daugh-
ters. Mr. Chalek, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S^l Chalek of Miami Beach
and Long Island, attended New
York university and was recently
released from the service after
three and a half years, during
which he flew 81 missions with
the air corps.
A dinner at the Victor hotel
and a reception at the home of
the bride's parents followed the
wedding.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkam Cooper, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Radin, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Brisman, all of New
York.
MRS. CHALEK
MIAMI HOME PLANNED
BY NORMAN GREENS
The former Miss Elinore Kohn
earned a white Bible trimmed
with Gardenia streamers when
she was married to Norman
Green in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi Irvmg Lehrman at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sun-
day afternoon.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Kohn, 1577 Penn-
sylvania ave., was attended by
her sister, Miss Anita G. Kohn,
as maid of honor and Mrs. Caroll
Band, Jr. as matron of honor. Mr.
Band was best man for the bride-
groom, who is the son of Mrs.
Kate Green, Everglades apart-
ments, Miami Beach.
A graduate of New Jersey
schools, the bride was recently
discharged from the Waves after
two years' service. Mr. Green at-
tended schools in Atlanta and
served as a tail gunner in the air
forces overseas until his recent
discharge.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding and reception were Mr. and
Mrs. Al Jacobs, Toronto; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Davisdoon, Philadelphia;
Mr. and Mrs. Celion, Atlanta.
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Marks Plan
Beach Home
Following their wedding trip
to Cuba and Washington, D. C,
Dr. and Mrs. Bert Wayne Marks
will be at home at 1751 James
ave. Thev were married by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman Sunday after-
noon at the Vanderb.lt hole'
where a reception was held afte;
the ceremony.
Mrs. Marks is the former Jean-
nette Lucille Wolf, daughter of
Mrs. Eva Wolf. Chevy Chase, Md.
Dr. Marks- parents are the Morris
Marks. 900 16th St.
The bride was given away by
S. L. Mat/, uncle of the gl
Charles A. Marks was best man
for his brothci.
Mrs. Marks is a
ical technician, having attended
Tufts Medical school. Dr.
attended the University of Wis-
consin and the University
Louisville Medical school. He
served 40 months in thi Army
medical corps He is a n embei
of Phi Delta E
Omega Alpha, hom edical
societies.
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^^-^JLrF^^lPAlGN WORK
FRIDAY,
r^Dr- and Mrs
Quittner, 4475 M
'he Parent*
Louis' born Marc|>l
Lew. 1334 Wn V
Jvy,
was born March 15
Lois daughter olu
Lee Saul ^ff,
ave.. March 15
BJE EXTENDS TERM OF
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
For his outstanding work as campaign chairman of the
19-16 Combined Jewish Appeal which raised 5808.000, Wm D.
Singer received a plaque from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Sunday afternoon at the victory celebration. Max
Orovitz, president of Federation, made the presentation
ASK UNRRA TO FIND
HOMES FOR 500.000
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
operation of the United Nations
Organization and the Intergov-
ernmental Committee on Refu-
gees,
While acknowledging the
evementi of UNRRA for the
IHs in the camps in Germany,
A tria and Italy, the memoran-
dum asserts that "the most press-
ing problems confronting the
Jewish displaced persons are still
far from solution." The memo-
randum paints an even darker
ture of the Jews in the Wet-
European countries, espe-
cially Fiance, Belgium and Hol-
and where many of the surviv-
ing Jews are in need yet the "al-
most totally deprived of help*' be-
cause they are still classified as
"enemy nationals. We urge the
Council to remedy this situation
without delay," says the memo-
randum. .
Inasmuch as "a vast majority" neuenoein, 411 Mi
of the 500,000 Jewish displaced | March 3 SuwJ
|, rsons m Europe prefer, accord- daughter of Mr and3
ng to the memorandum, to go to|Levy. 3040 Prairiee
'alestine, UNRRA is requested!? Barry Clifford
'to enlist the cooperation of the and Mrs Murrav
Mandatory Power whose assis- p 74,u ,^
tnce is critical" in the resettle-
monl problem.
Jng. son of Mr. ^
upowsky, 221 r\S
March 14 *
Lynn,
Mrs.
Bonnie
Mr. and
Labovhz. 4210Na2
born March 1 j?'
daughter of Mr. and)
Shapiro, 1425
Maich 1 Ioanj
daughter of Mr. and
P.-T. A. PLANS PICNIC
Abraham P. Gai GOLDSTEIN DEMANDS
ployed as executiv* director oi p.. p-^.^-p UOMF
the Bureau of Jewish Educal n rALEOlIWIl MUWt
through Sept. 1, 1947 at a recent --------
board meeting, according to Louis cont nueo from pace ond
Heiman, president. --------
Plans for the April elect that the Anglo-A
meeting and mission ol Inqu
copies of Ganni's second annual
report to board mem
filiate I congregal ''<
Applications for funds for the j] called it a "sin
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- f coini .....
KlKliili V*- .* i.-i. w. x.vuwn -. *- < { 1 .1 1
gregation and the Woi the Jews I thi British
Circle schools wen red to Dr. G I upon the
the board's education committee audience 1 in the
which will bring in a lion to keep thi
mendation at the next meeting. alive in An
build the
.: for the Ji
nd to
e your
be! el n
to see
,-erj Jew
:. land
ol self-
i
E. 74th st., March?.
Zellig, son of Mr.
Henry Fischler, 900 \
March 10... Carol Aj
ter of Mr. and Mai
A picnic for Sunday school Levin, 820 N. W. 76th"
children and their parents will Linda Ins, _
he planned by the Beth David'Mr- and Mrs. Seymoj
Parent-Teacher' Association at a 11716 S. W. 11th st,
ting at 2 p.m. Monday at the j Michael Allan, son
Members of the
club will enter-
Talmud Torah.
V ting Judaea
tain,
Mrs. Alexander Stiebel will re-
port on the progress: of the P-TA
sponsored library which will be
ready for use shortly.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, RepreeentotiTe
B'nai B'rith Stars will bi u
stalled Monday evening at -
hall. The will h .
weiner roast Thursday eveni
Palm Beach. Current projects of
the chapti r are thi
of a library for Temi Bi
and the adoption of a syi
in France. Miss Shirley B
was accepted as a new member
at the meeting Thursday evening.
Miss Lillian Met?, served refresh-
ments.
1 Katz, nit .
a di n Bi n
: I Martin 1)
O. P. Gi
Ka| :. :, Ben Wolfson, I
tees.
Dave Katz, I V. Baj
M Lillin Met: pn idenl
:
M.....
of B'nai B'rith at th |
.brunch Sunday morning.
Beth El Sisterhood held their Funeral sen v. Sally
installation Wednesday at the Dubbin, who dii
held Sunday morning at the
' pel.
Pennsylvania hotel.
BOY SCOUTS TO MEET
Boys over 12 have been invited
lo join a Scout troop at Temple
Sholom at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day, The troop will be under the
ion of the Scout troop
ittee of the Men's club.
Members of the committee are
Alex Straus, chairman, and Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Andrew Bergida,
Jack Scheaffer, Daniel Cooper,
Fied Somerstein.
Jews Who Served With
British Sent to Poland
LONDON, JTA) All Polish
Jews who served in the Polish
armed forces under British com-
mand are being offered repatria-
tion to Poland regardless of
whether they were born in the
Mrs. William Medj
weber, 221 Jeffern
March 10 ... The nj
and Mrs Irving Ben
N. W. 34th st., Feb.
VETERAN CAMPX
Frank O. Spam has I
tive campaigning for t
of state attorney, sera
and Monroe counties.
veteran of World '
has adopted as his;
gan "Fearless, Honest i
tial Prosecution of Crm'l
A member of nurneroM
organizations, he has
law for 25 years, serve!I
cutor four years, and I
ber of the American,!
Dade County Ban
Florida resident for 3!)
has made Miami his hos|
last 17.
section of Poland whi
part of the USSR, it
Bounced here by Polakl
ment spokesmen.
NER TAMID MEDAL
Mr. Edlin of Chi. i "an of Temple Bethel StSv ^ HeSj
speaker at services last Friday at rael officiated. ewiih fiih ',"1 Seuti of
Temple Beth El.
Frank V. Bayer was elected
president of Palm Beach lodge,
B'nai B'rith, at a recent meeting.
He succeeded Dave Katz. Mr.
Bayer came to Florida two yeais
ago from Columbus, Ohio, where
he was president of B'na; B'rith.
He is a past vice commander of
the Jewish War Veterans and a
member of the American Legion.
Other officers of the lodge are
William Cohen, vice president;
Irving Kapner, second vice presi-
dent; Max Ackerman, recording
secretary; Nathan Schocoff, finan-
cial secretary; Louis Schutzcr,
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MDAY.
MARCH 29, 1946
>onent's Absence
by Smathers
ige Smathers, congressional
,j.ltL., continued his pleas
th'e week for immediate
the World War II veterans
Iresses before representative
II, also attacked vigor-
tin' ncord of the present
bent in Congress from the
Florida District who is his
dent in the campaign.
Lthers, who spent 18 months
more than three years' ser-
ivilh the Marines in the Pa-
strongly urged rehabilita-
bants tor veterans upon re-
st.,: m that the grants are
upon discharge by the
Ins.
also repeated his demands
bill in Congress to provide
for the accumulated leaves
listed men.
scoring his opponent,
pointed out the incum-
absi nteeism record in Con-
when important measures
[v,in,l on. "The incumbent,"
kclared, "has been an out-
ing example of the represen-
who receives 100 per cent
y but performs only
tr ii nt of his duty.
the closing days of this
aicn the incumbent has sud-
come to life after years of
la and inactivity. He has Ill-
Iced a few bills, made pro-
pus public announcements of
|terest in your problems, and
Vise attempted in three
tn white-wash a three-year
absenteeism."
candidate said he has made
kimitments in this campaign
hat he docs not intend to do
I*] ike no promises as to
I will accomplish other
[the promise that I will look
this job as any other job.
e: y only promise is that
Ii ted to Congress, I shall
r, '. vote and be counted
n : issues, no matter how
Dversial they may be.
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2 till 4 p.m.
Other home nursing class
begin April 9 in the HilJ
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(tion for either class may be
by railing the Red Cross.
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Holland Stresses Need
For Military Power
Spessard L. Holland, candidate
for the United States Senate, cov-
ered one-third of the state in two
weeks of intensive campaigning
when he reached Bartow last
week. Pleased with the hearty
welcome he received on his swing
into north and central Florida,
Florida's wartime governor has
turned toward the middle east
coast and the lower ridge section.
Holland declared his belief that
"we must also insist on maintain-
ing our military power on a basis
so strong that we could immedi-
ately defend ourselves against all
possible aggressors." He express-
ed the hope that "it may be pos-
sible and safe, after the organiza-
tion for world peace has gone
much farther than it has yet ad-
vanced, to further reduce our
military might, but certainly it
would not be safe for us to do so
while the world is in its present
confusion."
He appealed for continuation
and strengthening unemployment
and old age insurance programs
and declared the urgency of the
nation demonstrating "to the rest
of the world that we can serve
our people more economically,
more effectively, more swiftly
than heretofore, and that we can
maintain in this nation the high-
est standards of health, happiness
and prosperity for our citizens
as a whole that are to be found
under any form of government."
LESS DISCRIMINATION
REPORTED IN N. Y.
Tel Aviv Incidents
Divert Attention
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
12 SIGNED FOR
BISCAYNE STAKES
ALBANY, N. Y. (JTA)Wide
progress in the elimination of
discrimination in employment in
New York state was reported to
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey by the
State Commission Against Dis-
crimination, after eight months
of administering the state F.E.P.C.
law.
The report states that the law
"has been demonstrated to bo
both wise and workable and is an
effective instrument for combat-
ing discrimination in the field of
employment." The commission
further declared that the elimi-
nation of such bias "must be the
result of untiring effort, not only
ing in the center of Tel Aviv. In
some places they even removed
railway tracks. The police open-
ed fire with machine guns and
later carried out extensive
searches.
An official communique issued
by the Palestine government says
that the schooner "carrying some
210 illegal Jewish immigrants" was
intercepted late last night by the'
British destroyer "Chevron." The [
communique gives the name of
the schooner as "Kismet Adala."
Eighty-nine of the immigrants
were young women and the re-
mainder young men.
During the early part of the
evening, the communique con-
tinued, a number of incidents
occurred in various parts of the
Lydda district. Twenty persons
were arrested at the Tel Aviv
shore for loitering.
Near Sarona, which is in the
vicinity of Tel Aviv, a police
patrol, which challenged several
persons who were acting suspic-
iously, was met with rifle fire.
They replied, pinning the suspects
down to a nearby house into
which they had fled. Three men
were captured in the building,
but the others escaped. A seri-
ously wounded Jewish girl. Be-
racha Fluid, was found in the
house. She died shortly after
being taken to a hospital.
A quantity of arms, and signs
in Hebrew and in English read-
ing: "Beware of Mines" were
found near Sarona, the communi-
que revealed. It reports that the
neighboring roads were also
mined. A number of streets in
Tel Aviv were blockedespeci-
ally Dizengoff Streetby cars
parked cross-wise.
Twelve official entries have
been signed through March 28 for
the $5,000 All-Florida Greyhound
Racing Championship stakes, the
richest dog race ever in Florida
history and one of the richest of
all time, to be run April 15-20 at
the Biscayne Kennel club.
Open to the leading 32 racing
greyhounds of the state, the start-
ing entry is assured of a state-
wide representation and the top
racers of the season.
Entrants have been signed up
from Biscayne, the Miami Beach
Kennel club, St. Petersburg, West
Palm Beach, Hollywood and
Tampa. They are headed by Light
Roll, Bit of Buzz and G. I. Jane,
all at Biscayne.
Starting this weekend, the ma-
jority of the stars will be seen in
official races and schoolings at
Biscayne with a major array of
preparation events slated on the
all-star Biscayne programs, which
start each night at 8 o'clock. Eras-
ing all records, Biscayne headfl
towards its mid-meeting point
assured of establishing many new
major marks for the sport. Bis-
caync's meeting continues to and
includes May 31.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Cohen will take place at 2 p.m.
Sunday in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi
Urge Dewey to Bar
Land Restrictions
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NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress, and
Walter White, secretary of the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People,
have sent a joint appeal to Gov.
Thomas E. Dewey urging him
to endorse publicly the Falk-
Andrews bill, which would out-
law restrictive covenants on real
estate.
Governor Dewey was also asked
by nine organizations to support
the Austin-Mahoney bill outlaw-
ing racial and religious discrimi-
nation in educational institutions,
"so that the bill may be enacted
into law in the current session of
the state legislature." The nine
groups who signed the appeal to
the governor are: The New York
State A. F. of L., the New York
State CIO, the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Col-
ored People, the United Parents
Association, the Jewish War Vet-
erans, the Anti-Defamation lea-
gue, the National Urban league,
the Committee of Catholics for
Human Rights and the American
Jewish Congress.
Murray Grauer will officiate. Sid
H. Palmer of the Miami Monu-
ment company is in charge of ar-
rangements. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
in the enforcement of the statute,
but in a program of education"
designed to develop and increase
good-will and a spirit of co-opera-
tion.
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U. S. Army before October 6,
1946, for 3 years, upon your dis-
charge you will he entitled to 48
months of college, trade or bull-
ness school education. Tuition
up to $500 per ordinary school
year will be paid. And you will
receive $65 monthly living al-
lowance-$90 if you are mar-
ried. Get the facts at your
nearest U. S. Army Recruiting
Station.
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VOLUME 19
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, March 29. 194b
NUMBER 13
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JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945. J. T. A.)
"Between You and Ms
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic AgencT .
ZIONIST TRENDS*:
Zionist leaders are making new
effort! to establish Moscow's at-
with regard to the Pales-
Din issue. These attempts are
I made through Czechoslo-
;,,n diplomats friendly to the
lea of establishing Palestine as
Ir
OVER THE TOP!
The Combined Jewish Appeal has gone over the topi
amazing figure of S808.000 hcs been reached to date. A gigantic *' ...,, (1,
undertaking has been magnificently accomplished by the Miami
community.
To the chairman, Wm. D. Singer: Congratu.ations for un-
O Why is this Sabbath referred jewjj, st;ite. If you are curious
to bv the special name of "Parshas k[]oW how close tnc USSR may
Hachodesn?
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tiring and inspiring leadership.
To Morris Klass, executive director: Commendation for un-
equalled guidance in c task only those close to the scene cj::
fully understand. as treated
To division chairmen ur.d the hundreds of volu;. en
without whose efforts the goci would not have beer, reached:
Your hearts are warmed and you: consciences clear because oi
this achievement.
To Mcx Orovitz. Federation president: Our community i may well acclaim our united efforts for the community and our
people and be proud of the laurels we have earned.
We are proud of the resultsof the large sum of money,
the oversubscribed quote. But more important, we axe proud
because this successful campaign will save lives, will feed souls,
will give hope for a new c.r.d different tomorrow to thousands of
our needy and destitute brethren.
Miami has set a pace for the rest oi the country to follow.
Now let us turn our attention to putting Miami's other worthy order I
campaigns over the top.
t it as
final j

ed at a
to start out oi
tot ity in
mm be to Palestine's borders,
I take a look at the map. The
Iranian situation brought Russia
close to the Iraq frontier. And
only a small Iraqian corridor,
populated by Kurds who may re-
in any day in favor of a pro-
iet Kurdish republic, now
separates Soviet forces in Iran
Syria. In other words, the
revolt of the Kurds in Iraq, which
expected at any moment, would
bring pro-Soviet forces to the
of Syria, which is I'ales-
immediate neighbor.
The light by Zionist economic
: in America against the
..Us which the Palestine
. nment is placing in the way
if importing American goods to
Palestine is attracting attention
[of high officials in Washington.
These obstacles are chiefly cur-
rency restrictions, which have
been enforced by the Palestine
government since the outbreak of
the war. All indications point
to the fact that the Palestine ad-
ministration does not have the
slightest intention of abolishing
these restrictions, now that the
war is over, unless it is forced
to do SO under the terms of the
ticular reasons for k
vengeance agains, q*JN
all Americans l7?*i
thaus after 3 L V
takwabadturn* S
gft the Mo-genthSs^S
have much reason SL>
about it." Ftq
The truth about then.
and the movies J8^*!
States ,s told as *,*?>
study by Morrii I fca
published by Macmiil^i-
is_a very unpleasant *Jf
at*
states do not hav
with competing daYyT*
Fourteen comoanlfc LJ*
Ernst shows how the pttst
country is (ast evaporat^T
"e a sun*
companies
papers control about
OWll^i
one-fjun
pending U S. loan to Britain.
''' Manufacturers and merchants in
m the
tateu th the pre]
Palestine are thus prevented from
buying American machinery
equipment and raw materials
Furthermore, capital of American
citizens is still blocked by the
Palestine government in Pales-
tine banks, and cannot be trans-
ferred to the United States.
A DEFINITE TREND *
Evidence that Miami Beach is an independently function- '
ing community, as far as the Jewish population is concerned, :,,,d"
increases daily. The recent decision of the American Jewish
Congress Women to form Miami chapter culminates a series ^T^
.____. .... .celebrai red Tcm-
of organisation divisions. Earliest signs o! the separation of the ', ;md
two communities was revealed by the founding oi two new tuture ,.. to ther m ^ '
synagogues and the Y' at the Beach several years ago. The Siib.
next major move was the formation of the Beach Zionist organi- I I
zction, followed by the Pioneer Women. A. Z A. and other
youth groups. Q- Why is il customary in many
Since last fall the Jewish War Vetercns and the Bnai B'rith communi,iet l0 collec > I body* nwybe formed "to" del "with
Men nave organized groups at the Beach and Hadassah and the funer'*? problems concerning Jewish emi-
Bnci Bnth Women have formed units in Miami. This trend is at, ,-m u. u. Uon from Europe to overseas
not surprising. The geographical layout of the two cities make iuntrie8' Negotiations to this
many of these decisions necessary and imperative In manv '"' "f ch'""-v ,: effect arc now being conducted.
instances it has provided a healthier condition, stimulalinq a ; ''" ; ':,t when the Phc' 2" thor hand the National
zealous attitude and competitive spirit. nomenon leath sets in In the Jr'u*ee Service and the National
"charitable contribut
DOMESTIC NOTES:
Don't pay much attention to
reports that there may be a fight
between thc Joint Distribution
mittee and the HIAS. On
ntrary. a joint JDC-HIAS
..-,.
^JERUSALEM TODAY^
giants. HIAS was orig-
inally asked to join in this merger
' ut declined to do so. Mean-
,.( while, the JDC is now sending
memory of some 2 Euro.pc a toP-fliht *ial
worker to organize special emi-
Mation offices in various cities.
en by He is Irving Rosen, who is leav-
an important position in the
New York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies to become the di-
rector of the JDC emigration
- .n Europe.
When
in his
' nds to m-
tu of the dei
:; i thai he left I
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ingl...
table people on the committee.
"'<- (.i.ing ot chantv of the countrv. Thr \. ..
^to-gt-thf '^vS.SSJrs:
erning ,he r.al moliT* behind
Jewish life .he work of theM committeM.
Especially because of th. ma-
.and Urud wilh which ,h... com-
mittee. ar. flooding membr.
Congress. The ion* of the
-;,^;cL,h- Con9*-"
rKh'CV',dl belUf that
Hi
6ee Mat thirty on his neaot'?
/ think we have found the
secret hrotu/caet/nj &tatU>n\
Interested offices in Wash-
on are now keeping watch
to "feed
mea
receive has too much of pro-
hough GoebbeU ha. pas^'oZ
5ha!l o,, k t *"K'"eousn( -s
i T Aotal dai'y "wiuisl
all the 48 states. 370duJl
papers own about one-fi't-^
circulation. There are a tZ2
less owners of newspaper^?
than a few decade/JoJ
weekhes-the backbone o' 2
democracy have disapJ?
One company dominates
than 3.000 weeklies. The-,
only 117 cities in the emm*
try where competing dailine
exist. "
In the field of radio the s
tion is no better. One-thirf<
all regular radio stations ir(
terlocked with newspapers. M
networks before the war had I
per cent of all night-time faroa
casting power. 97 per cent of i
the network income comes fit
144 advertisers. Eleven id*
tisers contribute about 50 perea
of all the network income, (ty
a dozen advertising agents cm
the radio programs which In)
the networks one-half of ther
income.
In the field of movies, ft
monopoly is even more powsft
than in the fields of press
radio. Five companies roth
2,800 key theatres of the nata
They get three-quarters of allk
admission fees paid weekly by
more than a million people la
of these companies produce M
90 per cent of all the raw Qi
stock.
How can one talk of free**
of public opinion in the lightd
these figures showing how be
dom of the press, radio at
movies is actually vanishing* It
Ernst believes that Congr
still do something to coml
trend towards monopoly *W
threatens diversity of opinw*
this country. His book is a p*
service in the fight for freed*
of thought, and will, no da*
attract much attention.

THE CULTURAL FH0KT:
Congratulations to HermiJ
Pekarsky and to Max Weiaerj
Newark, N. J., for the taM
job they have done on "Th J
ish News," a new weekly p#
cation issued by the local Hal
of the United Jewish Appeal *
Pekarsky is executive duedofj
the United Jewish Appeal"
Weiner is the editor of the"
More and more people in An*
ica are becoming interest*\*
Zionist literature. No wM*
that more books on Zioiusrc
on Palestine are being pubW"
in this country than ever
ha*
The latest is "The Story
ofZ*
ism,- by J. Mitchel Ros
of which Bloch is the pub*1*
It gives a fine review of
rx-cts of the Zionist mov
beginning with the Era of ""
cipation in the 19th cenonj
to the Lowdermilk Plan of "J
Another fine book on P*j
which has already
shall
leave
in whatever
tll>- deceased Det
'g memory,ides.,
!>hall follow if Ge
v.Vccessors who shall fnJ.: .,%' th(' -doriaI says, "
i wnatever nuhteoov a^a \ ^rman
Practiced, and that ,he"?" hl" '**""<.
hall provide aafefy ? ^"P 7vU u *
ing. ,y lor the bv- far. Cert
-ny becomes .TKbt^S
'-".the whole of Europe a.
* (Americans) will sui-
' Mr. ioriLhne wCan admit
Morgtnthau has his par-
is Frank Gervtat
Whom Palestine'" P""*".,,
Appelton Century. Ana
AnVer.can ZionistJjE
council has now publuwo
dor Herzl's "The Je*!* X
which laid the foundation I
fight for the creation [!^\
ish state which is being *^l
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Sachar Calls
Unified Front
Lined Jewish front to act
entral voice for the Ameri-
Ijewish community was
mended by Dr Abram L.
at a brunch Sunday
launched a local campaign
new B'nai B'rith mem-
i B'nth, whose members
I to various degrees of re-
I and political thought, is
gical organization to repre-
kmerican Jewry, he said,
a call for unity, rather
tniformity.
tsing the importance of m-
membership, Dr. Sachar
hat Henry Monsky, national
tnt of B'nai B'rith, stood
[the American Jewish con-
! and at the United Nations
gbnee as a recognized Jew-
fdci. But at San Francisco,
hid only represent 250,000
frith members.
Jine the force and effect
words if he could speak
or two million Jews," Dr.
declared.
. Fisher, fifth district sec-
I of the organization, was
principle speaker at the
which was given in his
|i cal membership cam-
lis being directed by Har-
Turk, state membership
an; Paul Greene, Beach
an. ar.d William Shayne,
lodge chairman.
Dr. Knox To Lecture
For Workmen's Circle
Dr. Israel Knox. author and
lecturer of New York, will speak
on "Our Children and Their
Parents: What Unites Them and
-JewlsJifhrldHari
PAGE SEVEN
ID APPEARS BEST
IOPICAL EVENT
cal Park horsemen and
Experts are proclaiming
winner of last Saturday's
\\ Park Double Event and
hoice for the second divi-
pi Saturday, the greatest
of recent decades, one
hay prove even mightier
^terminator before his rac-
i are ended. An extreme-
ul.ii horse, the Calumet
it.ir is expected to pack
es course to capacity in
&.0U0 mile and a furlong
d, who did not show under
2-year-old, has won
an 50 per cent of his starts
. He's been to the post
and triumphed on 17 of
occasions. Exterminator
lactly 50 per cent of his
"hen ho registered 50 times
(nances.
has heen beaten only
five races this year and
st nine outings he's been
ul on eight occasions.
What Divides Them" at the Miami
Y at 8 p.m. Saturday under the
auspices of the Workmen's Circle.
Dr. Knox will also speak on
"The Present World Crisis: Man-
kind at the Crossroads" at 8:30
p.m. Sunday at the Workmen's
Circle lyceucm, 25 Washington
ave.
Urges U. S. to Solve
Immigration Problem
NEW YORK (JTA)The U. S.
must take a leading part in solv-
ing the immigration problem, Dr.
Maurice R. Davie, chairman of
the department of sociology at
Yale university and director of
the Study of Recent Immigra-
tion from Europe, declares in a
pamphlet just published here.
The two-year study was organ-
ized by the National Refugee
service.
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Taxpayers Will Save
On County Warehouse
Taxpayers will save themselves
money by voting for the proposed
Dade county warehouse, part of
the public improvement program
to be decided May 7, Francis M.
Miller, chairman of the citizens'
committee to get out the vote, de-
clared Saturday. County regis-
a ?" wiU cont'nue through
April 6 at the court house.
Miller explained that under
present contracts to provide stor-
age for essential county equip-
I^ent'*,nrentals aSSregate more
than $12,000 annually, or approxi-
mately twice the maximum inter-
est that could be paid on the pro-
posed $200,000 bond issue.
Under the laws governing the
bond issues, the maximum in-
terest that could be paid would
be 3 per cent, or $6,000 a year on
the total issue, as contrasted to
present rentals of $12,000, Miller
emphasized, so that taxpayers
would be saved a minimum of
$6,000 annually.
"In addition to this direct sav-
ings," Miller continued, "the
wear and tear on the machines
and depreciation and maintenance
costs would all be lessened, and
the county has better than $500,-
000 in machinery to protect."
In addition to the warehouse,
the program calls for expansion
of the old folks' home facilities
at Kendall, a tuberculosis hos-
pital, a park for South Dade
county, an auditorium, a chil-
dren's home and aquarium-ma-
rine laboratory.
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AUGUST BROS !<>,
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Dear Fred:
In yoifr issue of March 22nd,
entitled: "Jews Praised at State
Meet," "Mr. Klass (in the last
paragraph of the article) noted
the absence of representatives of
Jewish fraternal organizations;
only other Jewish representative
present was Dr. Carl M. Herman,
president of the Florida State
Conference of Social Work."
This must be an error, inas-
much as the Florida Federation
of B'nai B'rith lodges was repre-
sented at the conference by Mr.
A. J. Gross of Tallahassee, vice
president of the Federation, and
by Rabbi Alex J. Goldman, di-
rector of the Hillel foundation at
Tallahassee. The two gentlemen
named filed a recommendation
with the conference, which rec-
ommendation is enclosed here-
with.
I am certain you will agree
after reading the same, that it
represents a very enlightened
viewpoint. I shall appreciate
your publishing same because it
demonstrates that B'nai B'rith is
awake to its responsibilities. The
apparent error in Mr. Klass' state-
ment should be corrected.
Kind personal greeting.
Yours very truly,
MORRICE S. UMAN.
(Editor's note: The recom-
mendation presented by the
B'nai B'rith representatives
stressed intercultural education
to eliminate prejudice and
bigotry.)
An Oneg Shabbat will be hold
by the Kadima group of the Pio-
neer Women's organisation at the
home of Mrs. I. Rosencrarten, 618
S. W. 118lh ave. at 2 p.m. Satur-
day. Mrs. Feigle Berkenbliit.
who represents the national of-
ficeuwill be guest speaker.
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8:00 P. M.
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Also nfti
Guests at the dinner included aervice 1S Lt. Mew. 2JM
Dr and Mrs. Sachar. Mr. and } S. W ig^^
M.s. Benjami-i Samuels. Mr. ,0.veeas 1
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Mrs. Irving R Marcus. Mr. and [pan and the MarSN
Mis. Julius Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. in fact, he pcr^SS
Gilbert Balkin and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Islands Cu*'
iy ^1"
Home with her folk, J
Kirs of im. _""^
Sigmund Livingston. fa. Liv- ,daX
ingston is founder and national I ^ q(
chairman of the Anti-Defama-

service as jj
i league of which Mr. Sam- iiS? GoJlesm^''
uels is a national commissioner. 'ente M ,n- %
M M. Aronstein. son of Mr. man. ^S ^<
and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, is her ^ pent J
in New York for a short visit Uon fa Pensacol^ ? **^
Hannah Diamond celebrated 'she s bac)f .'a andH
her 14th birthday Sunday p^SiSjSS
her mother and father. Mr. and iBit { M "? tttelbj
. H. tond. 1045 Michi- gan ave., gave her a dinner at
the Strand

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than Schechter. of Great Neck. Mr Ar^uu Z. *
Long Island Mrs. Schechter
will be here three more weeks.
A wonderful old gentleman
celebrated his 76th birthday
last week He is Samuel E.
Bernstein, 1605 Euclid ave..
: president of National Silver Co.
S n Egypt in Bernard Bernstein flew down
f Ex from New York to be with his
father. His brothers, Morton
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Over fifty people were in the
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to toast Mr. Bernstein and wish
the him many more happy birth-
. ,, days. Morion Bernstein has
rch in,, ,
just been honored by beinq
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named the best dressed man in
"" the commercial world
THE SERVICE SCENE
As" We want to welcome back
from the service Aaron Aronofi.
received son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
:mn :: tine and Aronofi, 1342 S. W. Fourth st.
point- Aaron was over in the Pacific
. : Hebrew liters- M dnd three years First Lt. Roslyn
XIII i : Spam Hacker is home with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
"nii Hacker, 410 N. W. 18th ave. She
. ,. ,. was a dietician with the Army
I H. '.. (,..::: an and _,__M __f
nr the last two and a half years.
.11 preside at following her separation at
San Antonio, Tex., she travelled
---------------------through Mexico before return-
ing to Miami. Miss Hacker has
the con- teen a dietician since her grad-
entire inquiry uation from Cornell university
and plans to make her home
ECONOMY
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FRANK 0. SPAIN
State Attorney
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(Dade and Monroe Counties)
A VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I and II
Fearless. Honest and Impartial Prosecution of Crime
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7, 1946
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5-3444
4Ist Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
TRULY NOLEN, President
Jennie Grossinger
announces that The
GROSSINGER PANCOAST
will be open for the
Passover
HOLIDAYS
SERVING THE IBMmoHM. PASSOVER FOOD
Inquiries Invited _
Telephone S-6761
Mrs. Adolph Steinberg',
winter vacationists fro,
Yorlr Making up a pJ
the Coral room of fcj
hotel were William Ruba
fa New York detective tad
his daughter, Miss Fq
Rubin, and Bob Keene, cq
of the comic strip, "Beta
Robin."
Mr. and Mrs. Philip lj
witz are taking a few
off and resting at the fl
Battle Creek. Good idea
say!
DP's UNAFFECTED
BY BYRNES' ORDER
FRANKFURT. (JTA -j
firming that Jewish dupa
persons are not affected bjI
retary (if State James F. Bj
announcement thai mat
camps will be closed by M
Gen. Joseph T. McNamej,l
Command ing General a
European Theatre, this week
the pre.-..; that he did not ta^
what would happen to tha
Asked w hat would I
with the Jewish DP's Gal
Narney said: "I wish yw
toll me." He added thl
chances arc that very fewii
main in Germany because 1j
even one in a 1.000 wishes Hi
in Germany."
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PAGE NINE
ith Our Film Folk -
LEON GUTTERMAN
HOLLYWOOD
gays Edward G. Robin-
fcinch. All a fellow needs
anv part is the right
derby hat, or prefer-
Us that easy. This
vut genius, dramatic ar-
td temperament irks Ed-
Loffs at critics who claim
(cial qualificattions, rare
' ,ie sunflower, are neces-
the portrayal of emo-
stage or screen.
ton tells me that a pipe,
used, is the actor's best
L burned out several of
Universal'* "Scarlet
You see, "he observes,
waggle that pipe around,
jumps ahead of my co-
With it I take my proper
fhc pipe is definitely a
feeler."
claims that he has tried
ng from silk toppers to
urns in a variety of char-
fctions, but the average
pn pipe wins hands down!
maintains that the pipe
an air of erudition and
(General Douglas Mac-
1 |s one man who appre-
.. dramatic significance
.dinaiy pipe!" It may,
di.. help even the mildest
flcH like a captain of in-
, It takes years of study
_er a pipe." the actor says.
[often, it's the pipe, not
Hies, that makes a man!"
Gai field, Warner Bros.'
gu\, rises in time each
t i feed his new daugh-
lie, her six o'clock bottle!
of a heavy production
on Humoresque" it is
chance to be with the
adv.
.ienreid says that Warn-
has signed him to a five-
ntract calling for two pic-
yeai and the right to make
.side film annually. Paul's
isifinment under the pact
a co-starring role with
bavis in "Deception." An
pdipt production company
formed by him for his
: pictures, for which finan-
pd releasing arrangements
ng negotiated. In addition,
. under contract for one
a year for the next three
RKO. Still awaiting re-
e "Devotion" and "Of
l Bondage" made at Warn-
fcenily.
ad Todd is to produce "Oh
a" early this summer with
Bon, likely slated as its
egotiations are now on for
Hay the stellar part in the
Todd will remain here
tie time to enable him,
deal is made with Jolson,
I the show and get the pro-
ready.
(yn Douglas (back in civ-
Marty Gosch (he pro*
everal pictures for MGM)
Irted a new film produc-
mpany which will finance
fevelop stage shows on
fay as well as acquire
'lay and original prop-
|for film production. Mel-
'ill appear exclusively in
firm's pictures after his
contract with MGM stu-
next year, and they al-
iave Douglas' pictures
ed for filming within the
lve years. Mel will serve
ual capacities of director
^producer on some of the
yn it expected back here
Pywood momentarily, fol-
*ne opening of an all-G.I.
e. Call Me Mr.," of which
co-producer with Herman
Li slaRe Production is
I to have its Broadway
re m April.
_We", the triple-threat
man of radio, stage and screen, is
a speech purist, a stickler for "the
right word" and the proper ad-
jective. He insists that actors un-
der his direction refrain from
sloppy, careless speech.
But one slangy young Jewish
actor, however, has achieved the
distinction of leaving the usually
loquacious Orson without a come-
back. Directing a radio show and
annoyed at the repetition of two
words employed by the young
actor almost exclusively, Orson
announced in his best professor-
ial manner: "I wish you'd prom-
ise never to use two words. One
is 'swell' and the other is 'lousy.'
Will you kindly promise that?"
"Certainly, Mr. Welles," the
actor responded, and after a few
seconds pause, asked: "What ARE
the words?"
The most difficultt people to
make laugh in the world were
pre-war Germans, says S. Z.
Zakall, former Continental star
and featured comedian in Warn-
er Bros, pictures. "Instead of hav-
ing a sense of humor like Amer-
icans who come to theaters dying
to laugh if somebody will give
them half an excuse," he ex-
plains, "pre-war Berliners used
to file in with such sour faces
that you could practically hear
them thinking: 'So you are sup-
posed to be funny. Veil, go on
and make us laugh. Ve dare
you'."
Harry Ruby, well-known song
writer, screen-writer, wit and
man about Hollywood has a won-
derful idea. Here it is:
"Saving money," says Harry,
"is a talent like composing, paint-
ing, sculptoring or whistling. Ten
years ago I bought myself a pig-
gy bank, and every day, without
fail, I put a hundred-dollar bill
in it. (It doesn't sound like much,
but it really mounts up.) At the
end of the first year, I was amaz-
ed to see that I had saved up
$36,500. Encouraged by this start,
I kept on doing itnever missed
a day.
"On December 30, 1945, just
ten years after I started the sav-
ing plan, I found that I had ac-
cumulated the grand total of
$365,000.00. (The more I think of
it, the more I could kick myself
for not having started sooner.)
I feel it my duty to give the bene-
fit of my plan to my fellowmen.
If everyone would buy a piggy
bank and put a hundred dollars
a day in it, there would be no
poverty in this country."
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Sunday to attend the graduation
of their son, Dr. Walter Lear,
from the Long Island College of
Medicine.
While in New York, the senior
Lears are staying at the Barbi-
zon-Plaza hotel where a reception
will be given in honor of their
son and daughter-in-law, the
former Evelyn Schulman of New
York, who were recently mar-
ried.
The young couple plan to leave
shortly for California where Dr.
Lear will interne at the Perma-
nente Foundation.
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Miami Service League Plans
Reunion at Home of first President
A reunion of the Miami Service league, first Jewish service
group to be organized locally during the war, will be held at
the home of Mrs. M. Koven, 1615 Country Club Prado, Coral
Gables, Wednesday afternoon. Women who participated in the
league's activity have been invited to attend.
Organized in 1942 by the Miami Y, the MSL made itself
available for all types of service to military personnel stationed
in this area, according to Mrs. George Chertkof, president. Its
work began with send-off parties for draftees at bus stations and
railroad terminals. **
Major activity of the group was league later became affiliated
ORSON WELLES, il. notnl ttaaa
and wreen Mar, i* Ihr narrator for In*
new motion pirturr, entitled,
"BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL", whi.1.
hat |ii-i Ih'.m produced l>> RKO I'athe
for ili.- $100,000,000 United Jewih Ap-
Ei-al for Refugees, Oversea! Need* and
alettine. "BATTLE FOR SURVI.
VA1." is onr of Ihr lir-l films lo drpirl
the plight of ill.- I.inn.nun Jewish -nr-
vivors in Europe after irtory and the
urgent, programs rarrird on by the
Joint I'i-ii il.iiii.in Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and Natiooal
Refugee Ser\ire for their relief, reha-
hilitalion and resettlement. The new
U.J.A. film depicts stirring reronitruc-
lion achievements in Europe, Palestine
and the United States.
Package Party To Aid
Orphans In Palestine
As part of its project to help
orphan children in Palestine,
Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold
a package party at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at Beth Jacob congregation
Music and refreshments will be
included.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Lillian Snyder, president of
the Women's division; Mrs. Joseph
Brenner, Mrs. Paulina Chill, Mrs.
H. Sir and Mrs. Essig.
The Men's and Women's divi-
sions will hold a meeting at 8
p.m. Saturday at the Beth Jacob
community building.
its Saturday night dances at the
Y. The league was first in the
area to inaugurate the practice of
awarding a free long distance
phone call each week to a service-
man attending the dance.
Other work included the Fri-
day night Oneg Shabbats at Boca
Raton, spot dances at the Y for
various military units, assisting
the Jewish Welfare board in holi-
day facilities and home hospital-
ity, occasional boat rides, swim
parties and dances for Russian
sailors.
Organized before the JWB of-
fice was set up in the area, the
First Conference Set
By Marriage Council
First annual conference of the
Marriage and Family Life council
of Miami and south Florida is
scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Mon-
day at the Miami Women's club
In the evening, Dr. Hornell Hart,
professor of sociology at Duke
university, will speak on "Today's
Marriage."
The council, which maintains
offices at 200 S. W. 30th rd., is
headed by the Rev. Albert D.
Hagler. Morris Klass, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is a member
of the board.
with the Greater Miami Army-
Navy committee of the JWB,
which coordinated services to the
military.
Present activity of the league
includes monthly parties for con-
valescent soldiers stationed at the
B i 11 m o r e hospital and other
Serve-a-Hospital work.
The league has been assisted
by hundreds of Victory Belles,
whom it accredited and who
served as junior hostesses at MSL
affairs.
Mrs. Koven, who will be hostess
at the reunion, was first president
of the league and is now honor-
ary president. Other officers, be-
sides Mrs. Chertkof, are Mrs.
Henry Kauffmann, first vice-
president; Mrs. Leon Kapln, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Jack
Stone, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Freda Levine, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. William Weintraub,
treasurer.
JSJOUST BPO& iSjjf
Is the US iTf
Rabbi Gross To Review
Biography of Spinoza
Rabbi David Hale Gross of
Temple Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale,
will review Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son's book "Spinoza: A Life of
Reason," Saturday afternoon at
the Spinoza forum, 1059 Collins
ave. Dr. Wolfson is director of
the forum and in his book, treats
of the life and philosophy of
Baruch Spinoza.
A musical program will pre-
cede the book review and an open
forum discussion will follow.
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asked to attend the training
course which begins at the Miami
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auspices of the Boy Scouts of
America. The cub pack was re-
cently reorganized under the
leadership of Howard Levine.
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IRIDAY^MARCH
PRIEST RESCUES JEWISH CHILDREN
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE

CHAPLAIN HAROLD SAPERSTEIN. AUS, graduate of the
Jewish Institute of Religion left, center and Vicaire .
(rich: center heroic Catholic priest of Namur, Belgium witfi
a ~cur c: Jewish children and displaced persons who found
refuge in his home during the Nazi occupation. Chaplain
Scperstein, now rabbi at Temple Emanu-El, Lynnbrook, N. Y.,
wc's one of 5G graduates of the institute who served as chap-
lains in this war.
MEN'S CLUB OFFERS
PRIZE FOR NAME
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
_;
Seeking name for their or-
ganization, the newly f rrrn
0F APPLICATION FOR
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,i. deslrlni t.. enuime '
riKNN HU'iM
i 3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lerxlsned, deaTrlnc to enuaite In
undei the il.-tltloua name of
[,A BUSINESS SKKVICB .at
, N y ;, i Avenue, Miami. Kin..
.....(Jist.-r said name with the
f the Circuit Court of Dade
'"""> Irving elbman
paul elsman
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Igned, dealring to engage In
- under the fl.tltious nuine of
H FOOD CENTER, at 14tl
gton Ave Miami Beach, SI*.,
. I, :.,i to register aald name with the
j thi tin nil Court of Dade
Kph ehrlich
nathan bhrlich
DAVID BROOKS
E MAX GOLDSTEIN,
vtt, nej for Applicants
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
endgned, dealring to engage In
un.ler the fi.titloua name of
jAfll 11 Ml.li' STENOGRAPHII
[VI, r M 800 Lincoln R >m 22. Miami Beach, l-*la Intends
., ..,iii name with the Clerk
li Court ol Dade County,
CKI-IA TRAURIG.
Sole Owner.
9 i 5-12
....
young men's club,
the first and I lird Wi li
. ^ ., -
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ted the "th
have filed
'
of each month at 1 ';
offering a p:.
gestion.
The club cor !-''
between thi 20 and a -.;..
andhasasitspu::
social..,,. nd athletic pn
gi m for its members. Ent
N s HEREBY OI\ KS
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may be mailed or brought I thi Pagi
., n, ,,. smith of 1 "aili.
Y on or before April 21. Winners ,. -
will be announced April 28.
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shall be re-
t day ol
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NOTICE v '5IVE.N
, ... ui m hi ol
n w h Street,
Miami, Eli
Circuit
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MAX SCHWARTZ,
Owner,
ISAAC JOFFE,
Vttol \
I 5-11-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
del-signed, dealring to engage In
. under the ri.titious name of
UKACH MIMEOGRAPHING & TYPE-
WRITINfl SERVICE, at MO Lincoln
Road Bldg- Room 22. Miami Beach,
Kla Intenda to register aald name
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
i iade County, Florida.
CELIA TRAURIG.
gale owner.
. i 5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
leraigned, dealring to enicage In
. under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN LACQ.UER8 & COAT-
ING8 CO., at Miami. Florida, Intend
regixter aald name with the Cleric
,. the Circuit Court of Dade County.
I
IRA S LEVY
LOUIS WINTER
. I i 5-12-19
be held Wednesd ing.
Youth Groups Compete
For Drama Trophy
Five one-act plays will bi
acted by youth g | at the
Beach Y Sundaj evenii g in
petit.....
trophy. Thi d ama I
is an annual
mi :. iti ..:. : t:<. Y
Participating
Palm
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Jen-.* B'r.:.: B'rith
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-- under the firtltiou* name of
ROHAN'S PAINT A HARDWARE
STORE, :it 41HS Royal Palm Ave..
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reg-
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Circuit Court ,,f Paile County, Florida.
MORRIS ROHINSKY
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SAM SILVER,
Attorney fur Applicants.
3/1-8-15-22-29
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
inderitlgned. desiring i<> engage 1
. : -- inder the fictitious name of
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: 9-15-22-29
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thi Circuit Court of Dade County.
PI rlda.
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M VRX FEINBERO,
1 A'- for Applicants.
' -22-29
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29. 1946
+Jewla9ilhr&am
PAGE ELEVEN
Mats of Palestinians Unequalled"
Jjlll/ sized the feeling of individual re- open the gates of Palestine."
. t A^M JeWry d"
thing A ( Europe can
^ffflil- L thC
the achiev
,:- colonists.
^old the Ore
iss Marie
Miami
PLTptoneer W< en's Or-
RfclW* seventh an-
iSSdU Monday v-
^'follow it." she said
"[or intensified ad.onon
of 1
'"*, excuse Jews outs.de
iine from accepting their
f, she declared.
,'svrkin, who n
Mfour weeks ai .. empha-
1 of American Zionists.
Cl s. now hc guardian
etui tied from
sponsibility which motivates the
Palestinians to struggle for in-
creased immigration into that
country.
Describing the arrival of a boat
of "illegal" immigrants at Haifa,
she told of a group of young men
who swam out to the boat and
carried the refugees to shore on
their backs when a storm pre-
vented the boat from being
docked.
Miss Syrkin explained the Brit-
ish-imposed curfews as complete
prohibition against Jews leaving
their homes and carrying on nor-
mal activity.
"The British are trying to break
the will of the population so that
the people will stop trying to
she
declared. "But I did not encoun-
ter a single person who wanted
the curfews lifted at that price."
During this struggle, the build-
ing goes on, she emphasized. In
the week prior to her departure
from Palestine, she visited three
new colonies. One, called Man-
arah, was built on a rocky peak
in upper Gallilee. Another was
located near the Dead Sea on sand
that had been washed free of salt
by the young settlers.
Palestine is the only place
where refugee children can be
decently rehabilitated, she said.
For there, children are treated as
the longed-for remnant of our
people and they are made to feel
that they belong, she concluded.
Anything Can Happen
At Emanon Dance
Guests will be warned to ex-
pect anything at the Emanon
club's combination first annivers-
ary dance and April Fool's party
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miami
Y. Several dance contests have
been scheduled and the program
will carry out an April Fool's
theme.
Music will be provided by a
nine-piece orchestra and refresh-
ments will be served. Admission
is 50 cents per person for Y
members and 75 cents for non-
members.
The club's five bowling repre-
sentatives placed 14th in a
field of 40 contestants in the re-
m to Plan
ye HUM Drive
for a stati ide fund
or Hillel f u lations will
Lde at an executive commit-
Leting of tlu-.- leration
Li B'rith lodges in Gaines-
f April 5 and ^. Fifteen cities
| be representi
Gertrud< Carnovsky,
Lid Turk. Ge ge Talianoff
iMilton A. Friedm .n will rep-
\i Miami and M Beach.
Hillel driv ch will
me physical for the
Jdations at th< i i ^ity of
Ida and Fl rid ti College
ifomen, will pri bably begin
1 under tin lirmanship
!> J. Apte. fori er Miami
lent, now of Tampa. A $100,-
hal is expected to be set at
Executive meeting ni xt week.
[third Hillel I mdation in
Ida, located at th University
Miami, Has raised
its bui n a drive
la.i December.
he: matters to be discussed
fie meeting include the fifth
id B'nai B'rith ..(invention
: held in Baltimore May 25-
faiti-Defamatinr league ac-
es and youth programs in
state. Mis? Carnovsky will
a report on youth work,
hasizing her parti ular sphere
|ls' activities
RED CROSS CONTINUES
DRIVE FOR $407,000
|Albert Pallot was elected es-
lecturing knight and
Bandel. treasurer, of the
U Elks' lodge las' week.
WANTED
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IJti". 'o share a modern, beau-
tei'iciency apartment with re-
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The Red Cross campaign for
$407,000, scheduled to conclude
Sunday, will continue until the
goal is reached, H. H. Hyman,
general chairman, has announced
Officials said Tuesday that only
40 per cent of the Dade county
quota had been reached during
the first 25 days of the campaign.
Largest returns have come from
volunteer women workers con-
ducting house-to-house solicittion
throughout the county.
Pointing out the need for
money, Hyman said "I am confi-
dent that the people of Dade
county will support the Red
Cross, in order that we may carry
on for the many for whom Jho
war will never be over."
ENTIRE COMMUNITY
SUPPORTS UJA DRIVE
PENSACOLA. Christian and
Jewish citizens of this commu-
nity set a unique mark for the
nest of the country recently when
they joined spontaneously in an
unprecedented effort in behalf of
the $100,000,000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal, it was re-
ported by Dr. M. A. Lischkoff,
chairman of the Pensacola Fed-
eration of Jewish Charities.
Declaring that "decency and
humanity demand that they be
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Through the Vecis Without Bleiaish
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helped,'' the Pensacola Citizens
committee, comprising civic lead-
ers of all denominations, issued a
call to the entire population of
the city to give unqualified sup-
port to the nationwide drive for
the relief, rehabilitation and re-
settlement of the 1,400,000 Jew-
ish survivors of Hitler destruc-
tion.
cent city-wide tenpin tournament.
Harold Berkowitz, with a score
of 215, was the tournament high
point man for a single game.
Other Emanon entrants were Izzy
Kratish, Bill Ross, Seymour
Fleischer and Sam Kratish.
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Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Fla. Regional Director, ADL
A year ago Floridians were
shocked to learn of a restrictive
policy adopted by a real estate
developer. A scathing editorial
denounced the un-American char-
acter of the discriminatory land
clause and the action of the real-
tor met with the scorn of the
citizenry. .
Recently, the question of the
legality of restrictive land clauses
was presented before the High
Court of Justice, Ontario. Can-
ada, in the matter of a land sales
contract which stipulated that the
land "was not to be sold to Jews
or persons of objectionable na-
tionality." The court categoric-
ally denounced the clause as il-
legal and in a precedent-breaking
decision Justice Mackay ventured
into new fields of jurisprudence
basing his reasons upon "recog-
nized principles of public policy.'
Of particular significance is the
fact that there was no precedent
to follow in the case at bar and
the far-reaching decision, with
its smashing attack on this overt
form of prejudice, establishes law
which will be binding in all sub-
sequent cases.
To make the point that restric-
tive covenants are contrary to
public policy, Justice Mackay re-
fers to the United Nations charter
which reaffirms "faith in funda-
mental human rights, in the dig-
nity and worth of the human
person, in the equal rights of men
and women of the nations large
and small without distinction
as to race, sects, language or re-
ligion." He also cites the Atlantic
charter, which assures "all men"
that they "may live out their lives
in freedom." Using statements of
President Roosevelt, Winston
Churchill and General DeGaulle,
Justice Mackay affirmed the fact
that the elimination of prejudice
was one of the purposes for which
the war was fought and that the
Jews are entitled to absolute
equality under the laws of their
respective countries.
Declaring further that such re-
strictive clauses are out of har-
mony with existing legislation in
Canada, Justice Mackay cited the
IN MEMORIAM
Wolkowsky Gets M.D.
Dr Malvin H. Wolkowsky ar-
rived in Miami Saturday to visit
h s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wolkowsky, 1560 Euclid .ve.. fol-
Mowing his graduation from the
I University of Pennsylvania School
I of Medicine.
n, Wolkowsky received his
i,raining under the Army medical
I training program. He holds the
; rank of first lieutenant.
To Describe JSSB Work
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers wiU de-
I scribe the activities of the Jewish
Social Service bureau, of which
she is president, on the "Volun-
tarily Yours" program over Sta-
tion WIOD at 1:30 p.m. Wednes-
day.
The program is a feature spon-
sored by the volunteer bureau of
the Dade County Council of So-
cial Agencies.
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MIAMI JWV INSTitS
15 NEW MEMBER^
Fifteen veterans wer, -
as new members of thpJ" i
Markowitz post, Jewish WJ3
erans, by Dr. Maurice ?
commander, Monday ntall **
Miami Y. The J g*
Leonard S. Stern, Geo!
Borney, Irving Bimber. '
mourRoBcnthal. Nathan i,?
Elman, Perry Marks, GZ ,
Landis, Paul Davidson^
E.Gindy, Nathan Reiter',>
Levine, Gerald Kline, Irvi J
and Simon Kaplan.
The post has established j j
information service fot .
erans. Persons wishing jl!
tionontheGIbiilofrigK
hospitahzation have beenL
to contact Jonah Burd *
officer, phone 2-4374. '
CAPT ARTHUR BRODEY. Jewish chap.oirws *
citing a prayer*ar Jg^^JS" The lemony was
SfASSLS M~g MGen-Rose was
killed in Europe last year.^IVV^_photo)_
Racial Discrimination act, which
prohibits the display of matter
injurious to any segment of the
community, and the Insurance act
of 1937 which forbids racial or
religious discrimination by insur-
ance companies in determination
i if risks.
Justice Mackay persuasively ar-
gues that 'If a piece of land can
be prohibited to Jews, it can
equally be prohibited to Protest-
ants. Catholics or other groups or
di nominations ... In my opinion
nothing" could be more calculated
to create or deepen divisions be-
tween existing religious and eth-
nic groups in this province or in
this country, than the sanction of
a method of land transfer which
would permit the segregation and
confinement of particular groups
to particular business or residen-
tial areas, or conversely, would
exclude groups from particular
business or residential areas."
To Open New Building
The United Lubavitcher Yeshi-
Yoth will celebrate the formal
opening of the new building of
its Central Yeshiva and Mesifta,
Brooklyn, with an eight-day cele-
bration from May 12 through
May 13. There are 3,100 students
enrolled in the 1" Lubavitcher
Yeshivoth in the U.S., Canada,
France and Belgium. _____
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Bil identified only "a former refuee". The picture wa.
f" 'I .. the war. Krcaue ihi. doctor", family WM Mill in the hands
k ftS? km withheld. However, it was disclosed that he had
m a. rvi,T like thousands of other refugees who have made their
r "",il KitedStttei with the aid of the National Refugee Service.
R*k financed bv the $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish
Hf* 1946. No* efioru ,re b*'W8 ma4* '* d'K*VM "* "y
Ci,. rord of wr service by refugees. Anyone who can offer inform.-
fc r;oLUn,f..e with, hi. local welfare fund or with the ofic.
ftlie National Refugee Service, 105 Nassau Street, New York 7, N. Y.
HSH MUSIC NIGHT
TED WARMLY
Lish music night wai erected
j warmth and entl uslasm at
iMiami Y Sunday evening
three artists presented
[, cello and voice interprets*
i of music written by Jews
nusic with a Jewish theme.
krogram was a iged by the
Rer Miami Jewish Cultural
littee.
Leo Huberman's rendition
veral Palestin: an songs and
sen's extempi aneous pre-
hion of several Yiddish num-
|were the highlights of the
A brilliant lnterpreta-
of Mendelssohn's "Varia-
was displayed by Leon
ner, pianist. Gerard Haft,
succeeded in his charac-
ktion of the mournful strains
pebraic Meditations" and the
bus ardor of "Kol Nidre."
! musical portion of the eve-
Iwas preceded by a talk on
pistory of Jewish music by
en, chairman of the Y's
I activities.
aking on the future of Jew-
hisic, Mr. Essi n stressed that
|line must he considered by
and non-Zionits alike as
|rater of all types ,,f Jewish
announced that future
fly meetings of the Y will
ftially devoted to the learn-
f Yiddish songs, in line with
N movement to foster Jew-
busicS e 1 m a Thompson,
editor,
COMMITTEE NAMED
FOR INSTALLATION
Mrs. E. Karger has been named
chairman of arrangements for the
installation of Rabbi Murray
Grauer, April 7, as spiritual
leader of the Miami Jewish Orth-
odox congregation.
Assisting her are Mrs. F. Ochs,
Mrs. Honig and Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan, representing the Sisterhood,
and Leon Kaplan, A. Pepper, Nat
Blumberg, Jack Stone, Max
Jacobskind, Hylan Rifas, Sid H.
Palmer, J. Temple and D. Singer,
representing the Brotherhood.
Members of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association will par-
ticipate in the installation cere-
mony.
CHAMP SPELLER
While the audience consumes
lollipops, fraternity and sorority
representatives will vie for the
title of "champ speller" at the
annual spelling bee sponsored by
the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at
the University of Miami. The
event will be held at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday in the University the-
atre.
*G FOLKS DANCE
Young Folks" league of
eBeth She! 4144 Chaso
Isolds an open house for
I men and woi ten over 18
lot age every Sunday eve-
l 8 p.m. in the Temple
group, sponsored by the
Mlub, is dire, tod by Robert
Vman.
F* >s dancing fI0m 8 to 11
m the gameioom is open
f* who do not care to
f AH young men and wom-
F"are invited to attend.
Obituaries
LU8TIO
Ia>uIs Luatijr. 72. retired hotel op-
erator, died Friday in a hospital. He
lived at 1508 Michigan ave., Miami
Beach, moving from New York city 17
years ago. Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. IJllie I.iimIk: two sons. Including
Henry Davidow of Miami Heiich: and
two sisters. Services wore held In
New York. Riverside Memorial chapel
sent the body to New York.
SIMON
W. M. Simon, 67. of 920 Pennsyl-
vania ave., Miami Beach, died !*unday
In a hospital. He came from Chicago
five years ago and leaves his wire
Mrs. Jean Simon; four brothers ana
four sisters. The body has been sent
to Chicago by Riverside Memorial
chapel.
LEUCHTAQ
Mrs. Rebecca beuchtag. 90. died
Monday at her home 344 Euclid axe..
Miami Beach. She came from Brook-
lyn three years ago and ^aves two
sons. A. J. H. and Harry B.. both of
Miami Beach. The body was sent to
New York by Riverside Memorial
chapel.__________________
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Mtictfy eotvgiderUicd
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
This week, the Black Book,
which tells the story of the Nazi
crime against the Jewish people,
appears. It is being issued by
the World Jewish Congress, the
Vaad Leumi of Palestine, the
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of
Moscow and the Committee of
Jewish Writers, Artists and Scien-
tists of America. The project rep-
resents an important action for
unity on the part of World Jewish
leadership. We are fortunate to
be able to present to you an ex-
clusive, as the Hollywood col-
umnists say. So we are giving
Albeit Einstein's message on the
occasion of the appearance of t\e
Black Book. Our column will
be the first to carry its full text.
ALBERT EINSTEIN SPEAKS:
"In the last decade the Ger-
mans have systematically killed
off about half the Jewish people.
We, the survivors, have assem-
bled the facts and methods of this
mass murder in a volume that is
now being handed over to the
world. This book is intended as
an indictment of the nation that
sank to such depths of bestiality.
But it is also to serve as a grue-
some warning addressed to all the
nations that witnessed this col-
lapse of human conscience and
sense of responsibility. Are they
aware that they might have pre-
vented the catastrophe if they
had sincerely wished to prevent
it? Do they realize that they
too have permitted their sensi-
bilities to become so dulled that
appreciation of the sanctity of
life and the inviolability of the
individual has grown alarmingly
feeble among all mankind today?
Do they know that the increasing
advances of science and technical
knowledge cannot serve as sub-
stitutes for a living sense of jus-
tice and humanity. Have they
done all they could to save those
who might have been savedor
those who still can be saved? Do
they understand that our human
race is doomed to rapid destruc-
tion if it forgets those laws
whose observance alone can be
the basis of the peaceful exist-
ence of men in productive collab-
oration? Is it merely coincidental
that the destructive mania was
directed precisely against the
people who are the source of
those moral laws and their dis-
semination among the western
nations? This anguishing ques-
tion leaves us confounded.
Heine's somber words ring in my
ears. 'And a fool awaits an
answer.'
"We stand before a mass grave.
In this book that is now presented
the remnants of our people have
set up a monument to the mil-
lions of victims, to the end that
their suffering and their death be
saved from oblivion to serve as a
warning to the surviors.
"What must we do?
"We must fight, in ourselves
and in others, the senseless urge
to power and destruction. We
must seriously study how men
can be protected, made innerly
and outwardly free and educated
to unite in effort. And we must
constantly keep in mind the per-
niciousness and injustice of our
prejudices, particularly of racial
prejudices. Let the Germans
serve as an example and a warn-
ing to the rest of the world; their
fate illustrates what happens to
a nation that abandons and de-
spises justice and humanity and
yields to vain militarism. ARfi
let us also remember that mili-
tary success entails grave dan-
gers; it begins with Bismarck, and
ends with Hitler.
"He who reads this book visual-
izing these frightful events and
feeling their full impact, will see
one thing clearly: that the pro-
tection of human beings is more
important than the sovereignity
of states. In particular: When
Fishing Tournament
To Close On AprU 21
With leaderships and second
place rankings changing rapidly
in the Metropolitan Miami $10,-
000 Fishing tournament, H. H.
Hyman, general chairman of the
11-year-old classic rod and reel
angling competition, has predict-
ed that all records of participa-
tion and over-all major catches
will be erased before its close on
April 21.
The event is open to all men,
women and children rod and reel
anglers, resident or visiting, un-
der the sponsorship of the Cities
of Miami and Miami Beach. There
are no entry fees, the principal
ruling being that all catches be
made unaided, be weighed at one
of the more than 38 official weigh-
ing stations and registered on an
official entry blank. Full details
are available by calling Miami
2-4144 or writing P. O. Box 2444,
Miami.
the problems of peace are dis-
cussed the Jewish people, who
as an entity have suffered so
deeply, must not be forgotten.
"Let justice be done through
the fulfillment of the solemn
pledges concerning the further-
ance of the upbuilding of Pales-
tine.
"And may all national minori-
ties be assuredon a super-na-
tional basisof that degree of
protection which is indispensable
for the preservation of peace."
DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN
HONORABLY OISCHAROED. U. 8. ARMY AIR FORCES
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AID CHAPLAINS
the chaplain it will serve overseas.__________________________
Concert to Mark
Chorus' Birthday
On the occasion of its second
anniversary, the Jewish Folk
Chorus of Greater Mk.hu will
present a concert of A
Jewish and Pali
Sunday evening al thi
Beach Senior High
chorus will be bv ''
twelve-piect "symphonette"
by Bower Murphy.
Under the direct
-.- ii of ovi r
50 voices
ips, inch
Zionist :'' David
synagogue, Icor, HIAS, tl
for thi '-.ged frater-
nal i ions.
With tl.'
Jewish culture. th( i hi i..
undertaken to further
of this culturethe folk song.
The chorus is affiliated with the
National Jewish Music all
the Greater Miami Jewish
eration and the Bureau of J'
Education.
Weekly e held on
Tuesday evenings at I -
David Tolmud
ask for
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Schedules Busy Week
Election meeting of the M
section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will be held in tW<
i of a buffet luncheon at 10:30
a.m. Wednesday at Templp Beth
Sholom. Mrs. Nat Williams has
been rcnominatcd for the |
dency.
A program titled "1945-46. A
Year to Remember," will 1>
sented.
The meeting is scheduled
the morning to allow members to
attend the Dade County Federa-
tion of Women's clubs' Fiesta of
Stars to be held at 2 p.m. at the
Clover club. Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub is chairman of the Fiesta
program.
On Friday. Council will be host-
ess at its annual pledge luncheon
at the Roney Plaza hotel at 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Edward Cowen, chair-
man, announces that cards and
mah jongg will be included in
the afternoon's program.
Prescription Center Has
Continual Service
Day and night prescription ser-
vice is offered by the Prescription
Center, 405 Lincoln rd according
t0 M,.s. Helen Rosenbaum. Thj
Center is open from 9 a.m. II
Midnight, but patrons may order
prescrip.ions at any time of the
dav 01 night by phoning 5-0,3.
riptions a:e called for and
I red.
I ,. ,.; tered pharmacists are
, ,, duty. Mrs. Rosenbaum is a
,,,,, llf Albany College of
Pharmacy and is re.
Yoik, New Jersey and
Florida. ... .,
The Center is equipped witn a
modern scientific pn
,ry and a femmme hygiene
department It carries a full hue
rcelle Hypo-Allergi
metics and nationallj advertised
lins.
PAY, MARCH 29,
B'nai B'rith Hires
New Executive
Charles R. Jacobson. of 1250
N W 55th st.. has been appointed
to the newly created post of exe-
cutive secretary of Sholem lodge,
B'nai B'rith, according to E. Al-
bert Pallot. presidents
.I,,a.bson. a graduate of the
'University of Illinois with a so-
cial sttudies major, will assume
lhis duties Monday at 330 Seybold
building.
The new secretary was for-
merly connected with the War
Labor board and was employed
'as information specialist at the
Miami air field. He has had con-
lerable experience in group
caSe work and public relations.
A native of Chicago, Jacobson
has lived in Miami for the past
Realtor To Announce
$1,200,000 Transact
L*o Eisenste.n, Miami XL.
realtor. ,s expected to ^
consummation of tWo i"'a>
ling $1,200,000 for Miami
hotel and oceanfront Dr(m
The transacUons are pjjjl
among the largest in recem*?
realty deals.
year.
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RIDAY.
MARCH
29, 1946
+JelshrhrkHa,t
PAGE FIFTEEN
ensign Leads Ship-Board Services,
bails Friday Nights at Home
a rolinious services aie described in a letter from
S1f Wibman to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman.
ton I- u- u Ensign Liebman is stationed on the USS
Jf person eve H
W? T^om my regular work, which usually is from 8 to 4,"
"I'm taking two correspondence courses, one in
*f 6nH the other in electricity. Then I got a Navy trom-
v. h I Dractice on quite a bit and then I found myself a
*V'u see we have Friday night services ashore and last
"You see
^ ihc sailor who
,cis the services
. and there
[reading Hebrew
|f took over.
enough jui)
usually con-
lidn't show
capable
well enough,
I must have done
because we
ood enougn j-.....-------
gS we've got enough Jewtah
on the Ship to hold services
Erd and that 1 should conduct
En It saves us the cold boat
L ashore at night.
R always end up with every-
singing Sholom Alaychem
i Hatikvah. Whenever we sing
Uom Alavchcn., I always pic-
*e the whole family seated
Ld the table Friday night,
*h the candles and clean white
fctach and I always see you,
m sitting there leading us in
jing and it always just about
fags tears to my eyes.
[shall never be able to thank
j enough, dear parents, for
thing me the tender beauties
[Friday night. Sholom May-
m, and the cither character-
s'of a fine, always cheerful,
|pr Jewish h
.1 really d^n't know when
I are going back to the States.
try time I see how the Japs
* this land fortified, I thank
I we didn't have to invade it.
cost in blond would have
-j horrible. There are miles
In miles of caves and tunnels
I deep under the mountains,
[of machines, guns, bombs and
(lie. It would have been im-
kible to bomb them out of
rat holes. This is a dirty,
|y country and the slant-eyed,
k-toothed, perennially grin-
' Jap still goes around bow-
[and scraping and saying "So
f please" and they put up big
s in the stores welcoming the
|erican soldier to Japan so they
1 buy their cheap trash for
kenirs."
|terhood Sponsors
liter Game Night
*sh and merchandise will be
kded as prizes during the
night to i h, id by the
trhood of the Miami Beach
ph Center Saturday evening
' Center.
^mission is $] 50 and the pub-
been invited. Bingo, cards
| other games will be played.
chairmen ol tl i evening are
Raymond Rubin and Mrs.
M Josepher. Tickets are
able through ;i ,. Sisterhood
I the Center office.
' to DriveModern Way
*riy ind Navy tn.tructor.
Maty lor Dri,er, Llcenwt
And Auto Tagg
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Hubcrman TKrills
Capacity Audience
Bronislaw Huberman, founder
of the 10-year-old Palestine sym-
phony orchestra, thrilled a ca-
pacity audience at the Miami
Beach High school Saturday eve-
ning with his violin concert of
classical and Jewish selections.
The program was the fifth spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Culttural committee this sea-
son.
The artist showed keen under-
standing and sincerity in his por-
trayals, especially the two encore
numbers, Ernest Bloch's "Nigun"
and Max Bruch's "Kol Nidre" to
which the audience was most re-
ceptive.
Mr. Huberman's success with
his listeners stemmed partly from
the ease with which he performed
and the enjoyment he himself
derived from playing.
Boris Roubakine, Mr. Huber-
man's accompanist, provided an
added interest and was outstand-
ing in his assistance during the
Concerto D Major, op. 75, by
Tschaikowsky.
On the heavier side was the
Sanata D Major by Handel which
was rather slow moving. How-
ever, it provided good contrast
to the Cesar Franck Sonata in A
Major which Mr. Huberman in-
terpreted impressively. Selma
Thompson, music editor.
Synagogues Announce
Seder Arrangements
With Passover beginning the
evening of April 15, Beth David,
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
and Temple Israel are among local
organizations arranging Seders.
Beth David's Sisterhood will
.sponsor its annual Seder April 15.
,As seating capacity Is limited, the
Sisterhood asks that congregants
make their reservations now by
calling 9-3469.
Two Seders will be held by the
Center Sisterhood April 15 and
16. Subscription is $20 per per-
son for both nights, according to
Mrs. Raymond Rubin, chairman.
Reservations may be made at the
Center office or through the
Sisterhood.
Mrs. Adolph Wcrtheimer is
chairman of the Temple Israel
Seder which will be held April
15 in Kaplan hall. Reservations
may be made at $4.50 per plate
by calling 9-1757.
Temple Women to
Elect at Luncheon
MAX'S
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TELEPHONE 2-9392
We Carry a Full Line of
MATZOHS, WINES
And All
PASSOVER
ACCESSORIES
We Advise You to Place
Your Order Early
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon meeting at 12:30
p.m. Monday in Kaplan hall to
elect officers and hear a report
of the recent national convention
by Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein.
Officers are to be elected from
the following slate: Mrs. Ep-
stein, president; Mrs. Harry V.
Simons, first vice president; Mrs.
Harry Boyell, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Bertha Lath, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. G. Louis
Mendelson, corresponding secre-
tary.
Mrs. Henry Hirsch, assistant
secretary; Mrs. Isaac Levin, treas-
urer; Mrs. Max Meiscl, auditor;
Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Sam Luby,
Mrs. M. Ross, Mrs. Elry Stone,
Mrs. Benjamin Landau. Mrs
Stella Hantman, Mrs. L. Lichten-
stetter, Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mia
William Singer, Mrs. Frank Pearl-
man, directors.
Evelyn Raff will offer a vocal
solo. Reservations for the lunch-
eon may be made with Mrs. Hant-
man at 3-0563 or Mrs. Hirsch at
48-4269.
Call On Sphinx
Over 150,000 American militarj
and civilian personnel have
toured the famed Sphinx and
Pyramids on American Red Cross
tours conducted from the Cairo
Enlisted Men's Club since De-
cember 1942.
S. I. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Miami Bedch
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew BooksAll Religious
ArticlesNovelties
C1ED IDID
Telephone 5-1017
Seder Aids Histadruth
Proceeds of the Third Seder,
sponsored by the Jewish National
Workers' alliance in conjunction
with the Council of Pioneer
Women's organizations, will be
devoted to the Histadruth in Pal-
estine. This year's Seder, to be
held at the Alamac hotel, 1300
Collins ave., Thursday evening,
April 18, is the fifth annual event.
A program of music and en-
tertainment is being arranged by
Dr. Harry Queen, chairman. Res-
ervations may be made with
Henry Sejtlin, 347 S. W. Sixth
st., phone 2-3947.
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MIAMI'S OUTSTANDING EVENT!
2nd ANNUAL
CONCERT
Given By the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
LOUIS POWESKY, Conductor
SONGS OF JEWISH, AMERICAN, PALESTINIAN ORIGIN
"SYMPHONETTE" OF TWELVE MUSICIANS
PLAYING CLASSICAL MUSIC
BOWER MURPHY, Conductor
SUNDAY. MARCH 31st 8:00 P. M.
AJ IDA M FISHER HIGH SCHOOL
1420 Dfx\ Avamw I t I Mta** B^xch
Admission: *1.00 (tax included)
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI SAUL B. APPELBAUM. Reform
Rabbi Appeibaum will deliver a sermon on "Strange
Fires" (Leviticus 10:1) at late Friday evening services,
8:15 p.m. Mrs. Leo Ackerman will light the candles and
say the blessing. Hostesses during the reception after
the services will be Mrs. Adolph Wcrtheimer and Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, chairmen, and the Mesdames Elry Stone,
Harold Spaet, Louis Snetman, Harry Simons, Herman
Wall and Sam Luby. Saturday morning services, 11
a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W.
Third Ave., Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAN
Conservative
Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. In view of
the present meeting of the Security Council of the United
Nations, Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the subject "Will
the UNO Succeed'.'" Mr. and Mrs. William Litt will be
iiosts during the social hour immediately after the ser-
vices, in memory of Mrs. Litt's mother. Sabbath services.
8:30 a.m. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Marvin, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles David, will become Bar Mitzva.
This is the fourth unique Sabbath of the Hebrew calen-
dar, known as "Shabbos Hachodesh." The rabbi will
speak briefly on its significance. Bar Mitzva breakfast
club, 8:45 a.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
will be hosts in honor of the recent Bar Mitzva of then-
son. Kenneth.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 6 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Covenants in Israel."
Refreshments and informal singing will follow. Adult
and junior services, 9 a.m. Saturday at the congregation
building. The rabbi will discuss the "Portion of the
Week." Mincha, 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos.
Shinishon club. 3:30 p.m.; Zionist group, 4 p.m.; Cantor-
Maftir ','ioup, 4 p.m., at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah,
1545 S. W. Third st. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m.
Sunday.
301-311
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 6 p.m. Adult Saturday
morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on "Month of Freedom." Intermediate services for adol-
escents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation for boys and girls of
elementary school uge, 10 a.m. Bible study, 4 p.m., under
the direction of S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos, 5:30 p.m.
The rabbi will discuss the "Portion of the Week."
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Conservative
Friday services, 5:45 p.m. Late services, 8:15 p.m.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. guest speaker, will discuss the "Ifs
That Changed Our Destiny." Saturday morning services,
9 a.m. Junior.congregation, 10 a.m. Story-telling group,
4 p.m. Young Judaea club, 7 p.m. AZA-BBG-Bar-
Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday. Young People's league
dance, 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st
St., Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Liberal
Rabbi Kronish's sermon will be titled "It's All In the
Way You Look at Life" at Friday evening services. 8:15
p.m. The talk will be based on Arthur Miller's novel,
Focus. 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. Young
Folks' league dance and social. Sunday evening.


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FRIDAY.
MARCH
Children Come First in U.J.A. Effort^
Youths Face Imprisonrta
Trying to Avenge Murdt
THREE GRIM AGENCIES rep-
resented in the record-breaking
$100,000,000 L'niU'il Jewish Appe.il
for Refugees, Overseas Needs and
Palestine are earning on far-flung
activities to save the handful of
Jewish children who escaped Hitler's
fiendish wrath. ABOVE, two orphans
who felt the lash of Nazism are safe
Ht last in a Joint Distribution Com-
mittee haven in France. TOP. right, a
former internee of Oswiecim (tattoo
number on arm) at work in a citrus
grove of Kibbutz Buchenwald. happy
and free in the land of his dreams,
thanks to the United Palestine
Appeal. BELOW, right, Joseph
Fajntlberg, who with his wife and
son spent 18 months in the Oswego
shelter made possible by the National
Refuges Service, is proud of his
American-born son, Albert. r-
NHJC Game Night,
Elections Scheduled
BEACH Y CELEBRATES
OLD-TIMERS' NIGHT
BPW PROGRAM AIDS
YOUTH ALIYAH PLANS
FRANKFURT (JTA)Two
Rumanian-Jewish youths are in
jail here, facing 10 years impris-
onment because they attempted
to find the Nazi who murdered
the father of one of them.
Their story begins in October,
1943 in Cluj, Rumania, where
the father of 18-year-old Andor
Horowitz was arrested and mur-
dered by a Gestapo agent.
Shortly afterwards, Andor and
his mother and five younger
brothers and sisters were sent to
Oswiecim. Last May, when the
war in Europe ended, only Andor
remained alive, somewhere in the
Austrian Tyrol.
Determined to seek vengeance
from the man who murdered his
father, he returned to Cluj and
obtained a photograph of the
Gestapo agent from a local pho-
tographer. Across the back of
the photo was written the name
of a Bavarian town. After travel-
ing hundreds of miles mostly by
foot. Andor reached the town,
where he enlisted the aid of
UNRRA, the military police and
the local burgomeister.
The latter recognized the photo
and mentioned that the agent
had a sister named Schneider in
Hoechst, a suburb of Frankfurt.
Andor, through the aid of
UNRRA, was transferred to the
I.ampertheim camp, which is
about 50 miles south of here.
There he met a friend of his con-
centration camp days. Ber Blum,
who also came from Cluj.
Although both youths desired
to get to Palestine as soon as
possible, where Andor could re-
sume his trade of watchmaking,
and Ber could complete his med-
ical studies, they decided to make
an attempt to find the Gestapo
agent. After several days of
wandering the streets of Hoechst,
seeking information from pedes-
trians, they were directed to the
home of the agent's sister.
When they arrived there, they
found a woman washing clothes,
who denied that she knew any-
one named Schneider. However,
Andor spied a photograph similar
to the one in his possession, and
A night of games, sponsored by
the Greater Miami chapter. Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children,
will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Miami Beach Elks c'.ub. No
admission will be charged, ac-
cording to Mrs. Irving Becker,
chairman, who is arranging lor
refreshments and prizes.
Election of chapter officers will
take place 1 p.m. Tuesday at a
meeting in the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel Luby, 630 S. W. 29th rd. Mrs.
M. B. Ross, chairman of the nomi-
nating committee, will present
the slate for the 1946-47 term.
Appointment of Dr. Nelson
Zivitz, allergist, as medical con-
sultant in this area, has been
announced by the local chapter.
Plans for expansions of facili-
ties in the Denver Home, which
the local chapter supports, were
announced at the last meeting by
Mrs. Irving Miller, president. The
plans are embodied in a resolu-
tion adopted by the recent New
York meeting of presidents of all
auxiliaries of NHJC and provide
for the employment of a trained
dietician, a professional psychi-
atric social worker and a full-
time resident allergist. Admis-
sion to the home, formerly limited
to children aged 5 to 12 years, has
been extended to include the ages
of 4 to 16 years.
Old-Timers' night was cele-
brated at the Beach Y Tuesday,
replete with peanuts and a Wild
West show. Appropriate "pyan-
ner" accompaniment for the
movies was provided by Mrs.
Milton Sirkin.
| Included in the program were
community singing and heated
games ol musical chairs and pass
the plate.
Mrs. Elliot Winterfield and Leo
Chaikin were cochairmen of the
affair, assisted by Mrs. Chaikin,
Mr. Winterfield. Lillian and Ray
Feiner, Bill and Nettie Lefko-
witz, Mr, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Paul Enfield. Leo Hubei -
man played the piano during the
games.
CAMPOREE SLATED
A three-day "camporee" is be-
ing planned for ihis weekend by
Boy Seoul Troop No. 6. The
troop will leave from the Miami
Y hut at 4 p.m. this afternoon.
Each scout has prepared a menu
of foods he will cook for himself
during the outing.
The progrm of activities is un-
der the supervision of Scout-
master Phil Lyons and Commil-
teemen Phil Roberts and Nat
Gans.
A benefit program for the
Youth Aliyah project was pre-
sented by the Business and Pro-
[i sional Women's division of
Hadassah last Thursday evening
at the Grossinger-Pancoast hotel.
The role played by American
Jewry in rescuing children from
war-torn Europe and giving them
"a new lease on life" in Pales-
tine, was emphasized by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, guest speaker.
Mure than 16,000 Jewish children
have already been saved through
the Youth Aliyah movement, he
said.
"Out of Darkness," a film de-
picting the progress made in
Palestine in the last 30 years, was
shown.
Miss Use Frankel, chairman of
the Youth Aliyah project for the
BPW. arranged the program.
confronted with this
the woman admitted
agent was her brother 8
thajhe had been kiBjjf'
When Andor replied M
was impossible, .incehefi1
h.m la Cluj, after the il
^dthewo^g
This country isn't PaleswT
it s a pity that some 11
still Irving She then Jf
to strike Andor with hen
board. He ducked and 1
her back. She fell agai*
furniture an.l arose withTk
nose and screaming for hdnl
this time, Ber stood on ftT,
line, doing nothing.
When American militant.
arrived, they arrested both!
and laughed at Andor wt|
asked that they help himmS
the photo. That was on \
ary 11, and they are still I
awaiting trial, which hat i
been scheduled for next I
Capt. Alan Fraser, i _
lawyer, attached to the lejJ
tion of the AMG here, dinj
a complete lack of interest^
case's background, when
tioned by a JTA correspn.
He kept reiterating that ill
his job to keep law andj
and he was openly skeptiali
cerning the youth's story.
He revealed that he willbJ
sole officer presiding at thta
trial, which will take place]
fore the AMG Intermediated
which is authorized to haul
10-year sentences. Fraser I
however, that the youths |
able to appeal to headquai
Weisbaden, and then addedL
ily, "if convicted, of cours.1
RESUMES PRACTICE
Dr. Aaron H. Shifrin,
practitioner, has resumed
tice at 527 S. W. 12th ave, I
ing his discharge from the 1
medical corps. During the I
he served at Selma, Ala.; I
Antonio and Big Springs,!
Before entering the servktj
Shifrin practiced medicine S|
ami Beach.
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DR. SACHAR TO SPEAK
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of Hillel foundations, will
be guest speaker at late Friday
evening services at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center tonight. Dr.
Sachar will discuss the "Ifs That
Changed Our Destiny."
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
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medical, and convalescent catei
E.peclally equipped for care of
nervout and mental dltorderi
" alcoholic habite. p,y
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P. L. DODGE, M. D.
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Phonei 2-0243-9.1042
Open lo Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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