The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00948

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TjoZffim**- THE JEWISH UNITY?
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
\ ig. NUMBER 14
PI
IES
1ST POLICE
TGART V-NS'General
|T |dcN -mmander
Jjnited States forces in the
Hn they week is-
order resi tnding the au-
nt German polite to enter
Misplaced 1 rsons camps
Icomplct.- in' estigation is
last wei k's 'lash, when
1 Jew was killed by Ger-
jjremen a camp
ted blark m trket activi-
btbority the raid was
[ave beei ied hy the
military detachment
nan poli< < had claimed
ipus-i evidence of
arkei activities in the
Eight American military
wen ned by Col
Ito acci ij the Gcr-
ling pi ver 200.
jig the arly in the
|the G( lice, usinR
kers on ks, ordered
1 leave l irtmenU.
startle igi es were
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 5 )Q*R
PRICE TEN CENTS
Mt. Sinai Hospital Charter Signed
OFFICERS1 AND DIRECTORS of the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital of Greater Miami gathered
around Judge George E. Holt Monday afternoon when he signed a charter for the S2 000 000
institution Plans are now being made to select a site and raise funds to finance the non-
sectarian hospital which will contain 200 beds. Shown here (left to right) are Wm D Sinaer
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Arthur A. Ungar. Henry D. Williams, Dr. Morris Goodman, Monte Seiig Sam
BE HELD IN U. S.
NEW YORK (WNS)A resolu-
tion demanding that the forth-
coming World Zionist Congress be
held in the United States instead
of in Palestine was unanimously
adopted here this week at a meet-
ing of the national administra-
tive council of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, the ruling
body between conventions.
Although no official statement
has yet been issued by -the ZOA,
it is believed that the sponsors of
the resolution convincingly ar-
Wolfson.
INUED ON PAGE 6)
ii Vaad Gets
ration Okay
Ion will n

ptuatii n 11 sday when
conn ..ill allo-
to the Greater Miami
kashiuth. Announce-
|ie proposed allocation
by Morns Klass, execu-
or of Federation. Wed-
1 follow : a resolution,
federations Committee
nny Ni ws in Febru-
l"if by April, the two
|aads cannot combine,
will recognize the
Hi rep:,,, nts the ma-
pwish congregations of
nuy as a participating
Federation."
Be. Dr. M. J. Saffra,
'the Bdh. Jacob Vaad.
U to appoint a com-
pnfer with the Greater
on the possibility of
|and unification,
[to unit, the two local
Wtiated two yean ago
pon en the grounds
!neci iry to serve
pomtnunity.
Federation Asks
CJA Payments
Disbursement of the first $250,-
000 raised in the recent Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is being
made to member agencies by
Federation, it was announced to-
JWB to Cite Miami;
Volunteers to Get Awards
For its outstanding work on be-
half of the armed forces during
World War II, the Jewish com-
munity of Miami will receive the
national Jewish Welfare board's
Oberdorfer award at 8 p.m. Wcd-
day. Seventy local, national and 'nesday at the Beach Y Presenta-
tion of the plaque to the Greater
overseas agencies will benefit
from the $808,000 raised.
In making the announcement,
Federation leaders issued a re-
quest urging contributors to
make payments on outstanding
pledges. Immediate need for
funds to aid overseas survivors
was stressed.
Plans are now being formulated
for the annual meeting of Federa-
tion to be held sometime in May.
Miami Army-Navy committee will
be made by Harry Hymanson,
supervisor of USO-JWB in the
southeast region in which the I ganizations have been asked by
Blank, chairman, will preside
At the same time certificates of
merit will be distributed to all
volunteers who have devoted 100
hours or more to service for mili-
tary personnel.
The meeting will be open to
the public and will be followed
by a social hour with dancing and
refreshments.
Service chairmen of local or-
Oherdorfer award is offered.
The meeting Wednesday will be
the final one of the Army-Navy
committee as presently consti-
tuted, according to Leon Schul-
man, executive secretary. Sam
DR. CHELMNITSKY DIES
NSW YORK (JTA>Dr. Mcilech
Chelmnitsky, Jewish writer, died
here from a heart attack. He
was 61 years old.
Dr. Chelmnitsky was born in
Russia and studied at the Uni-
versity of Vienna. He practiced
medicine in Vienna for many
years, and emigrated to the
United States in 1939 where he
joined the editorial staff of the
Jewish Daily Forward as a writer
on medical subjects. He was the
author of several volumes of
poetry.
Center To Announce
Construction Soon
Construction of the proposed
$500,000 Miami Beach Jewish
Center will get under way when
architectural plans are approved
and building restrictions permit,
according to a statement made
by Alfred Stone, chairman of the
architectural committee, this
week.
Negotiations are now being
made with an architect and the
Center hopes to announce build-
ing plans soon, Mr. Stone said.
Ground for the new structure will
be broken as soon as is permis-
sable, he added.
Schulman to invite all those elig-
ible for the certificates to attend
the meeting.
TWA Flying Time:
36 Hours to Palestine
NEW YORK (JTA) Regular
New York-Jerusalem air service
for passengers will be started by
the Trans-World Airways this
month, it was announced this
week. Planes will leave La-
Guardia Field and are expected
to complete the flight to Pales-
tine in 36 hours of flying time.
The service will be inaugurated
with a flight for the Palestine
Economic bureau of the Zionist
Organization of America, on April
25. The maiden flight of TWA's
Constellation plane will carry a
group of American industrialists
and businessmen on the first post-
war trade tour of the Holy Land.
Due to space limitations the party
decisively swinging American
public opinion in favor of a Jew-
ish Palestine. The resolution was
adopted following a special all-
day session Sunday at which a
declaration was unanimously
adopted calling for a "united
front, outwardly and inwardly"
of all Zionist forces in prepara-
tion for the World Zionist Con
gress which is slated to convene
in Palestine on Aug. 7.
Attended by 150 representa-
tives, the council session, presided
over by Daniel Frisch, expressed
itself as "seriously concerned
about the excessive and unwar-
ranted partisanship and party
strife which prevail."
Embodied as the official plat-
form of the Zionist Organization
of America to the World Zionist
Congress, the declaration is a bid
for the support of the Jewish
community of America in the
coming elections of American del-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
Map Coordination
For Fall Campaigns
Coordination of fund raising ac-
tivity planned for next fall is be-
ing undertaken by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, accord-
ing to an announcement made this
week.
In order to insure a minimum
of competition. Federation is re-
questing synagogues, Ys and other
organizations planning capital
funds campaigns in the fall to
submit, by April 18, data on the
Skeleton Rattles Under Pressure
... eir
drives and the goals they intend
will consist of only 30 men, se- to seek in order to eliminate over-
lected from all over the country, I lapping in the schedule of fund
as well as Canada, representing | raising.
diverse industrial and commer-
cial interests.
[in whm- sheets were
Miami's closets last
*e Mil mi Herald
vivi.l of the local
Bn outfit, supposedly
F0 years ago when
FPnbation was dis-
said to be seeking
I bcpn the subject of
[Wigation by local
Is ""Wtly. Immedi-
P pose, the KKK
tr.un-American, un-
fa un-Christian by
'*m< Minister^ as-
V, an gy civic, fraternal
Igroups.
fcuvc!fT '"elimi-
r t is ben* ,,,_
UJ tho a,ca
^ e"y commission
The K.K.K.
Welcomes
You
IFor Information Write
Box 33?
Glonwood Heights
Miami 38. Fla.
This is a copy of an advertise-
ment that appeared in local pa-
pers recently. ...
dismissed the issue Wednesday
with an order to City Manager
A. B. Curry to enforce laws gov-
erning signs and unlawful meet-
ings. Curry said that, to his
knowledge, the Klan is not vio-
lating any city ordinance.
In recent weeks, advertisements
of Klan activity have appeared
in several local weekly news-
papers.
Evidence that the Klan is open
for the business of hatred again
is seen thrr ighout ihe Northwest
section where "KKK Welcomes
You" signs are posted. In At-
lanta, it was reported that the
Klan has been registered offici-
ally with Georgia's secretary of
state as a "fraternal organization"
with James A. Colescott as presi-
dent.
Colescott is a Miami veterinar-
ian and former imperial wizard.
Visaless Immigrants
Released From Athlit
JERUSALEM (JTA)The 240
refugee passengers captured last
week aboard the motor schooner
"Orde Wingate" were released
this week from the Athlit clear-
ance camp. The 733 from the
'"Tel Hai," which was intercepted
later in the week, will be released
shortly.
Dr. Bernard Joseph, legal ad-
visor to the Jewish Agency, dis-
closed at a press conference that
of the 4,500 immigration certifi-
cates granted by the Palestine
government for the period during
which the Anglo-American In-
quiry committee was making its
investigations, 3,000 have been
deducted to cover visaless immi-
grants-
Organizations c o n t e m plating
drives this year include the Town
Y, Beach Y, Beth David congre-
gation, Medical School of Hebrew
university (Hadassah project),
and the Mt. Sinai hospital group.
The organizations have been in-
vited to clear campaign dates and
discuss common problems in or-
der that their interests and those
of the community be best served,
the Federation statement said
LORD GORT SUCCUMBS
LONDON (JTA)Field Mar-
shall Lord Gort, who resigned as
High Commissioner for Palestine
last November, after serving in
that post for little over a year,
died this week. Lord Gort's resig-
nation was regretted by the Jews
of Palestine, who had found him
cooperative. At the time he quit,
it was reported that he disagreed
with British policy in Palestine.
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VeMonaCfy tfjwditu}
.Mrs. Rauiin
To Be Bride
"P>*V. AMLt J
A Walk on 'Angel Street'
Will Aid Palestine Childr^\
Tickets are
, still available for
,, HadaMah theatre P'^ion.
Xn,(.l Street.", to be enacted by
.;.. Boothbay Playhouse players
!la the Miami Beach High school
K'""1;' nday evening Proceeds from
By ELSIE KRONENFELD INaf. MfJ "jJS I ^f U A Binder
eon Saturday at their home 852 of JJis weeKiy^ ^ miir. (ormancc will benefit Ha-
woTtz and Mrs Herman of Chi- Naomi ,8^ Chairmen for the Miami Beach
cago. The Werners returned Maurice gjJ^JJJu,
to me Windy City this week week*. She a P^ ^
Back today from a business Jgjjjjjj her home we.e
trip to New York is Herb Scher Chape on. g
who left three weeks ago after J* G:ossman. of Eliza-
welcoming son Stanley home Mis a ^ Mis
from the service. Stanley was beh. "^ and cousinS,
in Japan for seven months and Abraham^e ^ ^ q<
in uniform about three years h N j
tata. H. <-*-* Ke;Tan into Billy Home to
' daUghnfr At!
I will "' '''
best man
1 mak;"e3 33M Co?
nee, 3dw
. iS a long-time Ml-
" A
' and
, man
"chairmen for the Miami Beach
section are Mrs. Louis Heiman.
E Leo Chaikin (5-4503) and
Mrs. Murray Grossman. Chair-
men tor the Miami *""<"
.... Mrs Ben Abraham (3-816^),
Srs I Kahn, Mrs. Victor Mell
and' Mrs. F. Ochs. Reservations
may be made by calling the num-
bers listed above.__________
Committee workers ivul
Mrs. Raymond rYmer, Mrs
neth Oka, Mrs. H^TpiS
Mrs. N. Douglas RaM*
dolph Rothseh.ld and. X,
Ochs. Members of Junior BM
dassah and the Business and 1
fessional Women's division
also participating in theevm
In order to prompt inte-J
the production, a number o! Jl
pie will be hosts to part^l
friends at the play. Spcwo-j^l
nounced this week includiJl
and Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mr 21
Mrs. Lester Hart, Mrs. Rose3
Dan Engelbrru, Rabbi ana hi
Moses Mescheloff, Mr. J
Goldberg ai
eorge Cohen.
mmvwm I'.couuii/u, Mr. ana
George Goldberg and Mr. d
Mrs. George Cohen.
ARKIN DISCHARGED
that her daugmermi*, ~ Sgt. Norman Arnold Arkinvet-
Gropper, is improving afta Jj g.r andm ^ SJ rf ^ ^ h E
ma or operation at Victoria Mrs n. ..... Uc rf opcrat,ons has
hospital. We always welcome here or f^ rarily ta Califorma. .. dischargcd from the Army
such news
RIGHT TO SWAGGER
A mother with a right -
- vtre Tnrlr I pwis work for Uncie sam.
swagger is Mrs.
They're living temporarily in
the Canal Zone where Mr ---
, Homa is doing sub-contract F, Lauderdale Couple
Miss Mary
' .'":
ents;Mr,v-
5Sp~ "Cora?1 X THAT "NICE" GIRL
SS? and Sill now Lpete Philip Weintraubvtas reunit-
in the county spell-down. Sid- ed yesteiday with his wife.
neyisHyeLold. His grand- Yvonne, the girl Iron:.Nice
mother Mrs. Rose Stashkm, of France, whom he wooed and
Chicago, heard the good news wed while serving overseas,
iust before she left for home Phil is cut of uniform after al-
Tuesdav Mrs. Lewis' sister most four years, a year and a
and brother-in-law, Ceil end half of which he spent in Eu-
Kte^E&^-sw^S" :'".....c'"s;""'
Goldie Rend tells us that her back with his
been discharged from the Army
after three years in service The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin
4385 Nautilus dr., he served with
a "harborcraft" Army-Navy unit
doing transportation work. He
expects to resume his college
studies at Georgia Tech where he
completed two and a half years
pum- to entering the service.
WINS SPEECH CONTEST
will per-
pen house ai their
.. 528 N E 17th Way. Ft
8 p.m. Sunday.
M s Rita Shlafrock, a sopho-
e at Andrew Jackson Senior
High school, has been awarded a
gold medal by F. H. McDonald
for placing first in the school's
attended T< mple annual speech contest.
. ;. Rita's speech, entitled "A 1
Miss Ginsberg Chooeei
May Wedding Date
Jay M. Ginsberg of
Me., and 829 S. W. Uth tf
announcing the engagementB
daughter, Fiances Shirley, f
Nathan Tudor, son of Mr. |
Mrs. Harry Tudor of New Y<4
The couple will be married 1
May 19.
A graduate ot Lioerty
school, Bethlehem, Pa., and j
University of Miami. Miss Ql
berg is a teacher at the Mini
nursery school.
Her fiani e attendid schoab|
New York ur.d was recentlji
leased from the Army afttrr
ing with the air corps in,"'
rs6 and Red uU I with the work of the
mother, Mrs Jennie Goodman. Shubow, who's back: with h ; > |m.han, in Ft ,M(. President FranktoD. JwjJ-
A v,lr hrnther lesse Gooc- v/lie' Greta- and dau9h,er' Ar ,,;,i, Mr Epstein was re- veil She is the daughter of Mr.
man o Englewood X. I are J ahr being in the service ] ,',, thc Arm and Mrs M. Shlafrock, 1857 N.
visiting her? lesse is just out lour years tl ree jjmj W. 38th ct.
ot the Army after 25 months Sonny August, son of Mr. and ,,..,,,, ..,, and a half of %vhun
overseas a^d is down taking a Mrs. Max Rappaport. 327 S. W. ,| in the southwest Paci-
welcome vacation before re- Ninth St., is another with legal fie area
suminq his association with righl in oui lemming service ,\ native of wiIKeaMnrc.
3 o Englewood. Mrs. porade. Sonny was in for two Pe, 'f the Uni^
nd there was ng ^ -^ tl.c Lnner_
ident of the Brow-
nty B'nai B'rith lodge
Emanon club membmwilll
play their forensic talenh (j
meeting Wednesday Tiniaj|
the Miami Y. The progmkl
ing arranged by Miss 8r
Hoffman, cultural chairmn,
Goodman will ieu
after the holidays Another a tag bei :e his name
Rand item-on Dr. Rand's side when he get his discharge. He
u;~ iimo. Harold's sister, Mrs.
this time.
Saul Riesenberg of Oaklcnc
Calif., has a new 8-pound baby
boy. Her mother, Mrs. I. Rand,
flew to California Sunday to be
with her daughter .
We hear that Jennie and
Harry Gordon had a birthday
party for Jenny's mother, Mrs.
Hartz. Il was last Sunday at
their home, 834 S. W. 10th ave.
. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown
have gone to Havana on what
must be a grand vacation .
Another couple of vacati
are Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, 840 40th st. They're in
Savannah for a short stay .
There must be something about
that city. The Nat Blumbergs
will be there until Saturday.
CONT'N'wED 0\ PACE THREE'
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oKt. APRIL 5J946_
f Women's Lodge
Elect Officers
h,,, newly formed Beach chap-
^"bL BTith Women wiU
Lfofflcers at a special meeting
"ClJD P."-- Tuesday at
g,.th Sholom. All women
n'dme this mooting will be
Ded up as charter members.
5 Harold Turk, chairman of
Rominatim committee, will
'nt a slate of officers for the
W year. Nominations will
Bbe accepted from the floor.
Fifty members have been en-
Ld already, according to Mrs.
.Qoldstrom, chairman of the
nbership campaign, who has
lounccd that she wants to have
members sign the organiza-
^s charter.
sian Jews Seek
itives In America
veral persons are being
Iht by the Union of Russian
5, Inc. which has received
sages from Russia for them:
:ael Ozyr, message from
Tsilia Ozar, married name,
ilmk; Zangier family of
m, Poland, from Rabbi Natan
per; Wolf. Chana and Alicia
ikel of Lodz, from brother,
ander Vulfovich Frenkel.
rsh, Isaa. Pesi, Doba Zimbal
>r's name, Yankel), of Slutsk,
, Tsirnbal Ovsei Iosifovich of
; Gluckson family of Belsk,
Alexandf; Hurwitz.
ja Rubin, born Epstein
ir's name, David; mother's,
0 from Anna Mine, of
iw; Lea Leibovna Fridman,
fidze, Vilensk (born Srago-
from Samuil Chaimovich
rich.
lishe Ro i latt (wife Chana,
Kushnir; daughter Gitel, son
il), from Ehk Ichilevich
lir, of Proskurov; Isaak
ich Resnick, from sister-
', Sonia Ko/nik-Finkelstein;
bel Rosenberg of Kerpato,
ia, from niece, Ella Mendel-
+3ewisti fhrUkui
......' TnTu____
babu Parade
PAGE THREE
Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum, 919
S. W. 13th ct., announced the
birth of her grandson in Albany,
N. Y.. last Thursday. The baby
is the son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Abraham Kellner, former Miami
rasidents .. Linda Rose, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Alex Brownstein, 1822 Jefferson
ave., was born March 19 .
Sharon Helene, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Feinstein,
302 E. Eighth at., Hialeah, March
12 .
Rashel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Levine, 15 N. E. 91st
at, March 12 Hinda Mar-
garet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Lauer, Savoy hotel, 252
N. W. Second st., March 15 .
Elaine Phyllis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Meyer Bren-
ner, 31 Vergua ave.. Coral
Gables, March 12 .
Rabbi S. M. Machtei offici-
ated at the recent brisim of the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. William
Goldweber, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Lipowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Laibowite, Judge and Mis.
Louie Bondel, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Seligman, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Alderman, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Leboyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Feiffer, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Norman and Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Fenster.
2e4dwta% ^^to&mg,
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE
i)
binchik of LiubonichL Bob-
, from c usin, D. Gurevitch;
M i Raskin of
k, from sister, Frida Rud-
olomon tailor), Moisei and
"1 (fathi. s name Abram) of
drin, from sister, Sima El.
kksandra Pavlovna Eckert, of
pina, Lei ingrad, from bro-
INikolai avlovich Shadrin;
paHer, from sister, Mrs.
palter, of Odessa,
furthei details about the
Mes and to locate relatives
'lcl i, Poland and
* occupied territory, write
l Union I Russian Jews,
P5W-ndst.. New York 18.
1 GLASS SERVICE
lyaU849N.W.20lhSx.
I now located at
>W5 N. w. 36th St.
g Permanent Address)
RSK INSTALLED
WILE YOU WAIT
Phone 78-2120
I* GULL POOL
CABANA CLUB
Str* on the ocean
miami beach
Ca*anas
$250.00
rR SI* PERSONS
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Benja-
min Reisner of 9416 Byron ave.,
Miami Beach, took place yester-
day afternoon at Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. Rabbi Murray Grauer of-
ficiated, assisted by Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches. Arrangements
were made by Sid H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument company.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Rich-
ard Leon Kobrin, husband of Mrs.
Betty Kobrin and son of Mrs.
Minnie Wolfe, will take place at
2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Gordon Monument com-
pany is directing the arrange-
ments. Friends are requested to
attend.
is staying with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Auqust,
148 27th st. *
CALL HIM MISTER
Lt. (s. g.) Merton B. Levinson,
soon to be Mister Levinson, is
on terminal leave from the
Navy and very glad of it. Lt.
Levinson enlisted in February,
1942, and served in the Atlantic
on a subchaser a year and a
half before going to the Pacific
where he commanded a P.C.
boat Now that he's out, he's
going to operate the Belle Isle
Commercial college in West
Palm Beach .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boden-
stein have as their guests, Mr.
and Mrs Abe Newman and two
children, of New York. The
Newmans have been here for
two months and will remain for
another couple of weeks.
Melvin Weinkle has returned
with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, from
a grocery convention held this
week at Boca Raton .
Arthur S. Kahn entered Jack-
son Memorial hospital yester-
day for an operation Cymie
and Herman Kantor are moving
to their new home at 2338 S. W.
:21st st. this week ... Mr. and
Mrs. William Berson, 2400 S. W.
21st st., are getting ready to
celebrate their eighth wedding
anniversary April 10th. They
have a little girl, Susan Laura,
just five weeks old, who will
help make this year a special
one indeed .
One hundred and five people
were over to help Mr. and Mrs.
Louie Bandel, 1880 S. W. 15th
st., celebrate a bris last Sun-
day. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of-
ficiated. The young fellow's
name is Frank. The Bandels
adopted him when he was a
week old and are certainly
overjoyed about him .
When Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Lauer, 641 Meridian ave., be-
came the parents of a boy on
Feb. 2, they named him Chaim,
t after his great uncle, a rabbi in
i middle Europe, who lost his life
because of Hitler. Rabbi Uri
,Felshon officiated at the recent
ibris .
BEACH Y APPROVES
NEW COMMITTEE
Plans for the Beach Y's fall
fund campaign were advanced at
a meeting of its board of direc-
tors last week when a proposal
to appoint a planning committee
was adopted.
Also approved was the sugges-
tion that a committee composed
of representatives of the Beach
and Miami Ys be set up to co-
ordinate and integrate Y activi-
ties for the total community.
DESERTER SOUGHT
Information concerning William
James Leehan, alias Fcnnell or
Fallon, is being sought by the
National Desertion Bureau on be-
half of his wife, Geraldine, and
two minor children, from whom
W MM vn hop
t pONMpOT ^X H0V W
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
he separated in December, 1945.
He is alleged to be in Miami.
A radio repair worker and
restaurant helper, he is 30 years
old. 5 ft. S in. tall, weighs 160 lbs.,
has brown hair and eyes and a
scar on the lower part of his
cheek.
Anyone knowing his where-
abouts is requested to communi-
cate with the bureau at 67 W
47th st., Now York city.
Through the Vears Without Bler.ish
Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market
159 N. W. Fifth Street Miami
Serves You Well and With the Finest
Phone 3-1430
N#BTttWST ,,
77 N. W. 36th Si. Ph. 78-3212
Cardiac Chapter
To Cast Ballots
1946-47 officers will be elected
by Dade chapter, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Beach Y. The
slate of officers will be presented
by Mrs. Clementine Kemp, chair-
man of the nominating commit-
tee.
The general meeting will be
preceded by a board meeting at
10:30 a.m.
ASTOR HOTEL
956 Washington Ave.
American or European Plan
Reasonable Daily op Monthly Ratet
Make Your Reservations
for Passover Early
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Three Meals Daily
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Sholem Lodge to Put Spotlight
On Public Affairs, Past Presidents
A dual event first discussion
meeting of the new Committee
on Public Affairs and Past Presi-
dents' Night-has been scheduled
by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge for
Tuesday evening at the Miami
Elks club.
Arthur Griffith, editorial writ-
er of the Miami Herald, will lead
the discussion of -The United Na-
tion's Organization; Can It 1 re-
serve World Peace?" during the
Public Affairs session which Will
begin at 7 p.m.
All newlv initiated membeis
of B'nai B'rith will be required
to attend this meeting as part ot
their orientation program, accord-
ing to John Kronenfeld, chair-
man. However, the discussion is
open to all interested persons.
In announcing the formation of
the committee. Kronenfeld and
E Albeit Pallet, president
lodge, issued the following
ment of purpose:
Recognizing the ever-ini
ing need for informing ourselves
on matters of public interest >n
order that we may effed
charge our obligations as J WS
and as citizens of our An
democracy, a Committee or. Pub- Reijef Society To Buy
lie Affairs has been orgamz. i y Patients
Sholem lodge to furt pie- Dea i[UYa lu
ment the broad service pr
of B'nai B'rit
Besides sponsoring i
ips, the committee I
taken a
i'
t Balkin, W
Maer, Dun Satin, Elry Sti
( rles Jacobson and J< omi
Weinkle.
Brunch to Launch
Membership Drive
ft no0ntime"b7u7ch at the Na-
Sundaj wUllntugur-
,embership drive of the
G Miami cha I i *-
Dr Frank Coret, M ll ah's 25th anniv rsar>.
nan. Lou Heir d .,,. bl .,, :. will be
PaUott, Burnett Rot : ; young J .
vhich Miss Dorothy
25?AY.APrh.
Following the discussion Tues-
day evening the lodge will held
its general meeting and |
certificates to past *" in
., special program. Ik. Levin
in charge of th( i
honor Capt. J. A. I.
ind Harold Turk
During ting Mist
-ill be awarded J
are m mb. s of l ; ;...
Pl.,n, ; Yagoda
aer and show at one -f th. I ln.
club n.Pro-
loth is man of th
_____________
A lance foi all I
will culminate the drive at
April.
oncerning tl
. a, ,y be i '
calling M
Miss Cooper, 5-5231.
Capt. Abbott Returns;
To Resume Law Practice
Capt J A. (Jack) Abbott ar-
. ,,ci in M.ami on terminal leave
Saturday, and is planning to re-
sume the practice of law here
immediately. '
\ a claims investigating offi-
Capl Abbott spent 26 months
i as in England, France and
Belgium investigating and pay-
ing claims made by civilians for
noncombat damages. Capt Ab-
bott entered the service as a pri-
vate in June, 1942, and received
his commission from the air corps
at the Officer Candidate adminis-
tration school, Miami Beach.
A resident of Miami since 1925,
he practiced law here for 13
years prior to his Army service.
Active in civic and fraternal or-
ganizations, |,c wa,
B'nai B'ritl .,,"**
State IW.K5B]
ior Chambei 0f c,l ""l
president ol the I?"1"*'
civic league ?2L
Federation', Ex^*"*
tCG.
He is making hishom.,j
nmly ,t the Shepfcytfl
Miami Group To Elect
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge will elect officers at 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at Beth David. Mrs.
Ida Optner has been nominated
,'. for the presidency. The election
follows the recent decision to
form two women's groups in Mi
ami and Miami Beach.
or
MSL Changes Program
T... n of the Miami
Servii int< a pi acetime
,-ed at a
in th. h.ui;.- of Mrs. M.
Mrs. Jules Jac il s, vice |
dent, will con luct t meetn K
J
r at 8 p.m.
t thi Beach Y. Miss
Weiss will be
speak*
ird party
A mah jongg
is being planned for May 1 at the
I ci eds of the
NEW SITE ANNOUNCED
S. J. Destro, founder of the Mi-
ind '.he South-
ern Fur Mfg., announces hi
tion at 112 E. Flagler st. in
the Lorraine arcade.
A scientifically constructed
cold storage vault with a capa-
citj oi .'"'.000 garment.-
completed by the company and
is kept at a freezing point con-
tinuously Complete insurance on
arments is extended while in
:r. office, trucks and vaults.
Remodeling, repairing and cus-
tom making of furs are handled
by a staff of experienced fui i
under the direction of Mr. Destro
who is a credited furrier in Mi-
ami. New York and Hollywood.
All work is guaranteed.
the p; f the t itx rculosis
of Jackson Memorial hos-
pital.
A war-born organiza-
tion, tl >' wl" now
Miami Y to aid
teen-age group.- and scouts, con-
duct : I rhumba
.lasses and er.t.-: into the gen-
i ral Y program.
Details will be discussed at a
meeting at the Y Wednesday eve-
ning.
DRINK PLENTY OF
CTTtipure
.>< Water
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES .
5-GALLON BOTTLE
Plus Sortie Deposit)
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HOMOGENIZED
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Vint Our Farm it
6200 N. W. 32nd Stel
DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN
HONORABLY DISCHARGED. U. S. ARMY AIR FORCES
ANNOUNCES RE-OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT
527 S. W. 12th Avenue Miami, Florida
Office: 2-3374 Residence: 5-0978 Hours: 10-12: 1-6
NEWY0R!
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Complete Service. Including Monthly Trial Balance and Profit
and Loss Service. Reasonable Rates. Hour, Day or Month.
PHONE 3-7833
DAVID GUTTENMACHER. 1144 N. W. 29th Terrace
FLORIDA
League Sponsors Dance
The Young Folks' league of
Temple Beth Sholom holds in
open house for young men and
women over the age of 18 every
Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. in
the Temple social hall. The group
is sponsored by the Men's club of
the Temple.
There is dancing from 811
p.m. and the gameroom is open
for those who do not care to
dance.
110 E. FLAGLER ST.
Lorraine Arcade
Room 202
S. J. DESTRO
FUR CO.
Phone 9-3373
FORMERLY
MIAMI FURRIERS. Inc.
AT YOUR NEIGHBOR-
HOOD GROCER
Ask ior
Kosher Products
For Passover
by
Sunnybrook
Creamery, Inc.
79 N. W. 20th Street
Phone 9-1977
Certified
Cold Storaqe
Repairing
Remodeling
Cleaning
Glazing
FREE PICKUP SERVICE BY BONCJED MESSENGER
To Protect
Your Fur
Know
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Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Lu:
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DELUXE RECLINING SEATS
STEWARD SERVICE COMPLIMENTARY
Unscheduled flights for your added conven nee. For
lions ar.d information for individual chartered passage
plete chartered plane, call 3-345S.
PASSENGER DIVISION
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ABSTRACTS
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Complete & Dependable Title Service
MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO.
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Established 20 Years
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One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance
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Certified Recapping with
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SEIBERLING
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MIAMI Y DISPLAYS
PHOTO EXHIBITION
,t,nn El tein, of Ft. Lau-
PaUJ- installed as presi-
derdaK'. w ( mmty lodge
*sf STi s"n(lay ev^'
H3. B"; .., in Hollywood.
rJng at U{ Mlaml, past
WUMam pa. Broward lodge
bW*J [ficiaL
**f; :,al.ed were
0tlKl, '., r.rst vice presi-
BarnCL A 'i Kaufman, second
dentiDI..J- h Schuster,
vice presid Krctchman.
sretai>: Tarler, retiring
mTn 'it Ml,rris Scgal>
Pfest'nt- o S< igel, warden;
SSff'vS nd Htory Fin-
SS g.....*
fon. 0>ree j
Prior to -; the armed
fcUthiee md .. half years ago,
?**. taryofthe
IMtt V mefly ^ ffl"
S of the Jd Strauss
le in Barre' Pel?na-.
/Kongtl ntat the.n-
Smbei a" J" B na'
B'nth and U rge Tahanoff.
Florida A ltil,n 1fea,fu,e
director 1: H tfman, of Hol-
lywood, "f ceremon-
teandJuli her, executive
secretarv of the fifth district of
ffnai B'ritl I incipal speak-
er. Rabbi David Hale Gross de-
livered th< ":"n-
HOLLAND CAMPAIGNS
HERE APRIL 12 AND 13
Spessard L Holland will con-
clude the : k of his vig-
orous state-'.: e speaking tour in
his can paign a ^at in the
United Stati Senate when he ar-
rives in the Miami area next Fri-
day and Satui lay.
Holland will have covered all
but the westi rn i xtremity of the
State when hi concludes next
week's act
In his spe this week and
last, Holland n iterated the im-
portant ol rting every effort
for world and said he
would stroi ; port the UNO,
which he d< bed as "the most
carefully v. '. i out plan for
peace that pi e-loving peoples
of the a > formed for
averting v -
He di ilso his convic-
tion that tl must, until a
permani r.t e is assured,
maintain tl lion's military
strength i si a peak it will be
able to meet ail aggressors.
Vetei i ins, he empha-
sized, must h prior considera-
A photographic exhibition of
"The Jew in American Life" will
be on display in the mam hall of
the Miami Y until April 22, ac-
cording to Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director.
The series describes the history
of the Jews in this country, their
contribution to American life in
the fields of literature, law,
science, art, industry, labor, etc.,
and some outstanding Jewish fig-
ures. When it was displayed in
New York city last fall it caused
considerable comment in the
Jewish and non-Jewish press.
The exhibition, arranged by the
Council Against Intolerance, is
sponsored by the Jewish Welfare
board.
tion, toward working out the de-
fects already appearing in the
program for their rehabilitation
and adjustment to civilian life.
He pointed out that veterans of
world war II must have greater
consideration than the veterans
of the first world war because of
the much longer service required
of them.
EVERYBODY
must have
VITAMINS
Of course everybody
gets SOME VlUjnina.
Surveys show that mil-
""J lions of people do no*
A I get ENOUGH.
' -U A pleasant, convenient
economical way to bo
jure that you end your
family do not lack easen-
tial B Complex Vitamin
to take ONE-A-DAY brand
Vitamin B Complex tablets.
An insufficient supply of B
*-onipkx Vitamins causes In-
cugcsticn. Constipation, Nerv-
belt T^^loepleasnessTcrank-
eSi~L5f Appetite. There are
mSSSS1 "B conditions, but
b fiS guard a?inst this one cause
EggA 0?TE A-DAY Sand
| iSSSt^omplexTablM everyday?
odpriMWa3VcmP*r* Potencies
.SBilllllAY
Hillel to Choose
King, Queen
At Spring Dance
A Hillel king and queen will be
chosen at the annual spring form-
al dance to be held at the Hillel
house Saturday evening. Kprn
Matros, president, announced fins
week. Next event on the Hillel
schedule is the student Seder.
Candidates for the king title,
sponsored by University of Mi-
ami sororities, are Lenny Tannen-
baum, by Alpha Epsilon Phi; Lar-
ry Levine, Delta Phi Epsilon, and
Dave Moldan, lota Alpha Phi.
Rita Weiss, sponsored by Phi
Epsilon Pi; Bea Jaftee, Tau Ep-
silon Phi, and Nessa Gittleman,
Cleo Phi, are candidates for
queen.
Lorraine Walters, last year's
queen, will present gifts to the
winners.
The affair has been arranged
by the social committee of which
Roslyn Taradash is chairman.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of Hillel foundations,
will be guest speaker at the Seder
April 16. The service will be open
to interested students of all faiths
as well as Hillel members, ac-
cording to Dr. Albert Michels, di-
rector.
Dr. Miehels asks that families
who wish to invite students to
Seders on the first night of Pass-
over call him at 48-2431.
Mrs. Ethel Schaffron will be
hostess at a fish dinner Sunday
evening. Proceeds will be devoted
to the Children's village in Pales-
tine supported by Mizrachi.
Athletics For Juniors
An after-school athletic and.
game program for boys and girls
up to 14 years of age has been
inaugurated by the Beach Y un-
der the direction of Randy Pol-
ansky, athletic and activity di-
re< tor.
The program, in effect Monday
through Friday from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m., consists of softball, volley-
ball, Newcomb ball, dodge ball,
handball, basketball, races and
other types of athletics.
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VOLUME 19
NUMBER 14
Miami 18. Florida, I April 5. 1946_________
\ISAN 4. 570G
JmislithrUbl>
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright. 1945. J. T. A.)
^APRn.5ilJ
"Between You and Mp"
By BORIS SMOLAR *C
Copyright. 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, lnc
Q. What is the "Gemara?"
A. The word "Gemara" is an
Aramaic expression used to des-
ignate the Talmud; particularly
the Babylonian Talmud. It comes
from a Hebrew root meaning to
, ,,. "to end." If taken in
the first sense the relationship is
Talmud is a
K. K. K.
Recent expose of the local Ku Klux Klan has crystallized a
strong sentiment to eradicate this menace and its sinister pur-
poses.
Ittl lei scuai
At first quietly and then with a surprising bravado, the local ph, a that the work we call the
chapter of the Klan, supposedly disbanded some years ago, Ta \\fi_x word^'inkw.
was found to be actively engaged in rebuilding its fences. ^^ ^ ^ Talmud caUed
Newspaper advertisements, small billboards, telephone solicita- "Shas?"
tion and direct muil are the channels being being used to in- A The wonj shas" is the re-
sult of an abbn viation of two
Hebrew words. "Shishoh" mean-
or "Sidrei"
UNITED NATIONS NOTES:
Although the United Nations
came to the heart of the Jewish
section of the Bronx in New
lYork, the -lews of that borough
'an- paying little attention to the
session ef the UNO Security
Council. There are few Jewish
faces among the curiosity seek-
. is lining the gates of the Hunter
college campus where the session
is taking place. And to think
that only one block from those
premises there are "Kosher"
signs on the butcher shops and
the delicatessen stores ... In fact,
manv of the reporters and pho-
the non-Jews, ,,
the character f the ^
Dr. Finkelstein a,so i'
story of a pr, ,,dl.nl J*
gogue "in a large cit
. K ,Cllv not
v-ho was simid
'"""'dent of
terest these bigots.
Local civic, religious and labor groups have all joined in the ing six and "Sedarim"
, |meaning volumes or anange-
task of doing away with a movement so ill founded, bent on merits since the Mishnah, which
creating friction and disseminating hate. is the actual basis of the Talmud,
^ was compiled as a vsotk oi six
It is hearteninq to see the progress made these past years different parts, the Talmud it-
, self can be considered the learn-
when representative groups and individuals join publicly anaijn(, ;md discussion of these six
without hesitation in denouncing the Klan. It proves a realiza- different departments of law. It,
...... therefore, became a popular cus-
tion that discrimination of any type leads to trouble and eventual
destruction.
obvious, since the Talmud is ------,
, learning. H taken in the tographers covering the session of
latter sense, it is therewith im- the Security Council sneak out
for a Kosher corned beef sand-
wich at one of the neighboring
delicatessens in preference to
eating at the UNO cafeteria. .
In contrast to the United Na-
tions conference at San Fran-
cisco, no Jewish "delegations" or
"obsi rvers" arc to be seen at the
Hunter college session. The
most interesting "Jewish" fea-
ture is the fact that there are two
Benjamin Cohens there. One
is Benjamin Cohen, the assistant
secretary general of the UNO,
and the other is Benjamin Cohen,
the counselor of the state depart-
ment. The first is a veteran
Chilean diplomat, born in Con-
cepcion, Chile. The second is
a former New York lawyer born
in Muncie, Ind. Both Cohens
have been in service in Washing-
ton for many years, the first as
36 HOURS often referred to as the "Chu-
_ ., ,. mash." "Chumash" comes from
Regular airplane service between New Ttork and Jerusalem ,the Hebrew word meaning five
will be inaugurated this month and the first ship making the and therefore is an appropriate
36-hour trip will carry a group sponsored by the Pclestine Eco- !"ame for the work which consti-
D i ,. 1 lutes the Five Books of Moses.
nomic Bureau of the Zionist Organization. JThc word .Tentateuch" itself, of
Palestine has been brought very close to us by recent devel- ; course, comes from the Greek
opments in the world, and now it is to be brought close to us WOrd mcanm8 "flve"
in a physical sense. When it takes no longer than 36 hours to I Q- Wh-at the difference be-
go from New York to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is about as close to ^to^S^J^"
America by air as New York is to Chicago by rail.
A. The Mishnaic code was ac-
There was nothing said about this airplane development be- cepted in both centers of Jewish
fore the Palestine commission, but actually it is a fact of the first '"'c' ('e- Babylonia and Palestine)
importance. The idea harped on by the Arabs that the Near JJJSJ* 'SJSKSj
East was their own and exclusive terrain, whose soil is not to
be tred on except by those who call on Allah, is outworn. The
world has made a demand for the oil of the Near East It has "f this code (the Mishnah ard its
a right to access to all unused and neglected resources. S^mSn'0^ 8? develop
The airplanes going to Palestine are going to help eradicate ment of the Talmud was thus be-
this fallacy.
'Shall We Say Grace?"
tom to refer to the Talmud as
"shas" implying its six-fold con-
tents and arrangements.
It is for a similar reason, for (
example, that the Pentateuch is counselor of the Chilean Embas-
sy, and the second with the U.S.
government. The Chilean
speaks many languages and is on
the faculty of Georgetown uni-
versity. .
AT THE CROSSROADS:
The controversy between Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, president of
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
and Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, di-
rector of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, over the
question of whether conversions
are mounting among Jews in
America, is attracting wide at-
tention. Dr. Finkelstein, who
sounded the alarm, claims that
the basis for his statement are
60.000 letters which the Jewish
Theological Seminary received in
the course of one year, in addition
to private confessions .
Those who doubt his facts do
not have sufficient contact with
Jews, except with nationalist-
minded Jews, who are not the
majority in American Jewish
life, he argues. Many Jews, he
says, arc joining the Christian
Science movement, others join
Each of the two countries natu- 'the Unita,ian ch"rch, while some
rally differed in their treatment are *v,en embracing Catholicism.
although there was an inter- lai ge Percentage of Jewish
change of ideas. The Babylonian 1y" not only considers inter-
Talmud emerged as the more ex-' marrJa8e normal, but definitely
thereafter
both the academies of Babylonia
and Palestine regarded the study
gun at Sepphoris, where the
Mishnah is said to have been re-
dacted and at the same time in
the Babylonian cities of Nehcr-
dash and Surah where Rab and
Samuel undertook this gigantic
work.
tensive work, covering a much
j speaks of Judaism as a detriment
wider range. After the final re-:!" themselves and their children,
tion of the two, the Baby-
lonian Talmud became by far the
more popular and more widely
studied.

ie charges. The fact that one
can see Jewish youth at some of
the Zionist gatherings means
very little, he points out. .
In one city on the Pacific coast,
about 30 per cent of all Jews are
intermarried, he reveals. And
there arc many small towns in
the United States where there is
intermarriage in every Jewish
family. Growth of intermarriage
is also noticeable in New York,
doctors, lawyers, and high
school teachers prefer not to be
known as Jews in many cities out-
side of NeW York.
And many Jews are contribut-
ing large sums to Christian
churches. One priest publicly
announced recently that 50 per
cent of the income of one of his
institutions comes from Jewish
contributors. In many cities, the
t-ommunity church, the Ethical
Culture church, the Christian
nh.,!!i!lf* ZH&S where no baptism is
so many Jewish
are
from New York,
taneousjy tin [
local Community church __
he used to at-, nd every One Sunday coincided L_f
Hashonah, and the Poor .,
could not decide whether?!
tend services in the synaeosu.
at the church. He finally"f*
ed the synagogue services
another interesting incident,.
ported by Dr. Fmkelstein k
fact that a leader of ?{J
Jewish Appeal 'in an Eaa
city" joined the Unitarian 2
and severed his relations
Jewish life.
ASSIMILATION IN RUSSIA;
The prediction that it willl
a long time before the Jm
the USSR become assimilataSl
made by Corliss Lamont, in |_
"The Peoples of the Soviet M
ion," just published by Hai
Brace and Co. For the rest (
the twentieth century at lej
there will undoubtedly be Jem
groups in the USSR, who ..
maintain their distinctive cuh.
ral institutions based on the Y*
dish language, the author
lieves.
Mr. Lamont devotes a
chapter to the position of .
Jews in the USSR as compan
with their position in Cz;
Russia and in other countries (
the world He comes to the <
elusion that with anti-Semiti
outlawed by the Soviet Constitt
tion and cultural autonomy guar|
anteed where there are Jen
majorities who want it, the k
in the Soviet Union enjoy
fully-rounded ethnic demo
that no other country in
world at present gives to
Jewish people.
At the same time, he emph
sizes that Zionism is prohibit*
in the Soviet Union and neitl
Judaism nor Hebrew is encouri
aged by the Soviet governs
and organized religious teach
is in general not permitted
students under 18 years of
He lauds American Jews for'
invaluable aid" they gave to I
development of Jewish agrii
tural settlements in the USS
through the Agrejoint whi"
spent $15,000,000 in furtherii
Jewish farming activities in
Soviet Union.
DP CAMPS RAIDED
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 0NE)|
Warsaw Zionist
To Be Speaker
A. Stupakevich, prominent
Zionist leader from Warsaw, will
he guest speaker at the fifth an-
nual "Third Seder," to be spon-
sored by the Histadruth commit-
tee of Miami April 18 at the Ala-
mac hotel. Proceeds from the
banquet will benefit the labor or
ganization in Palestine.
An^ftfW"' arrangcd h* Mis*
Anjuta Mehcov, pianist, will in-
F,!elSOnfi-Mby Cantor Abraham
Fnedman, Miss Rose Aaron, Mrs
Nannes and Mr. Carroll.
mSTonh^t" Shapiro is chair- rcqil,, have
Sre hmt^i baTCt-RcSCrvations hK'"'b,"s ** the leaders
*K WS _>$ _T_* "^ that
the Jews may soon outnumber
leaving their homes, they saw
number of German policemaj
dragging a hand-cuffed Jew
youth and beating Jewish naj
and women with fists and trunoj
eons. 1
Eyewitnesses related that
least twelve shots were firaBJ
that at least ten dogs had Wj
used. Adele Greenberg,^
UNRRA worker, said that wl
she saw the Germans in uniforaj
training their guns on the M
"they looked just like pwtunj
we had seen of Hitler's soldiers
Other UNRRA workers said m
the Germans had plundered w
ish homes while conducting u*
search.
Your RED CROSS
must carry on!


DAY-
APRILS,
1946
-Jewlstfhrkflar
PAGE SEVEN
UZionists
fvite M*r
Ansel Maurer, author,
Edgar AW** d lecturer,
,C^vS oho principal
been '^ tl" ,. h(> held by
I to bo principal
F^, Td nnor to be held by
rf'3 Be"h Z..nist district
sfet SI Victor hoteL
UJ Matthew siivemein.
GSrri. was recently nam-
A replacing Judge Harold B.
\SH TO SERVE ON
ilNAR FACULTY
jack Marash, executive dj-
tctot of the Beach Y. will
-T, ior Atlanta Tuesday 10
M,i on Ihe faculty of the
b(y Camp seminar sponsftred
i- Ihe souihern section, Na-
Eonal Jewish Welfare board.
I Fifteen southern communi-
L will be represented at
jfci iwo-day meeting which is
Eejigned" to aid Jewish com-
euniir centers in planalnfl
lummer day campi.
OBITUARIES
Yanks
Jantral en held Sunday
|.\>w Jork ( 1 inka, 42,
Ydwl lh.-r WVdl while vlslt-
[hij brother, V ; Inter-con-
|t!or. Mr Vai t 400 N. W.
in- moved
t irom Nee ^ lie ie survived
ightl ', '' and two
i J'k. of .Mil lerry, Navy,
tfMphla v '< k wee a mm-
, f.( (ha Ml Jewish orthodox
tr*vi'.r. B II be In he
pit plot in Ne* I
NESTLF.R
Jvman Neel Ml Mi-hlnan
Miami Beach, died Monday In a
feiui. ii, y< are <>K".
vlvlnj an hi Kite, Mrs. Minnie
M>r, ^n,l W Matthew and
Jmmir, all o( Miami Beach, Sor-
I were held ThUH I RIVerelflB
IBrlil chapel, with burial in Mt.
i c*m:.r>
IS AWARDS PRIZE
Mrs. Jonas Kagen, oi York, Pa.,
K the recipient of .. ti'ild watch
I the recent concert sponsored
[the MAS Tourists' committee.
i prize wm donated by Mr. K.
Itin. of Fayettevllle, N. C.
Special artist on the program
Is Cantor Pink us Borenstein,
I Buenos Aires, The concert
s highlighted by Cantor Eman-
uel Barkan, the Jewish Folk
Chorus and Miss Anyuta Melicov,
pianist. Rabbi Max Shapiro was
guest speaker.
Expenses of the concert were
paid by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mil-
ler. Joseph L. Tepper, chairman
of the Tourists' committee, was
chairman of the concert and was
assisted by Harry Levin and B.
Wachtell, of Hartford, Conn., who
personally sold $300 worth of
ticketa.
ZOA DEMANDS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
egates to the Congress scheduled
for the letter part of June.
Declaring that "the primary
aim of our movement in this hour
is the establishment of a free and
democratic Jewish Common-
wealth in Palestine," the declara-
tion, issued over the signature of
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president
of the organization, urges that "all
party and group considerations
Mrs. Cohen To Present
Slate To Auxiliary
Mrs. Isidor Cohen will present
a slate of officers for 1946-47 at
a board meeting of the Miami
Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish
must be subordinated" to this
aim. "Because of our non-parti-
san outlook and because of the
numbers we represent and our
historic achievements, we general
Zionists are equipped to lead the
Zionist movement to victory as
we have led it in decades of great
achievements in the past."
Home for the Aged at her home,
1876 S.W. 10th st., 2 p.m. Tues-
day. Elections will be held at the
general membership meeting
April 30.
Serving with Mrs. Cohen on
the nominating committee are
Mrs. Louis Brown, Mrs. David
Singer, Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs.
Paul Raff, Mrs. B. Kandel and
Mrs. I. Langner.
Mrs. Joel Zalis, president, has
requested board members to turn
in ticket money from the recent
card party at the meeting Tues-
day.

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purchase of controlling interest in
Miami's historical Fust National
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nt of expanding rep-
Ion and active partici-
I iis board of directors,
Bembership committee,
i Mrs. Maurice Gross-
finTiting locaJ Jewish
lions to submit sug-
[for general member-
which the beard of
is selected. Annual
I of the bureau will be
fcr-
bfessionally trained
fkers are empli yed by
|u, whose executive di-
tharles Cohen.
uch service is needed,
^d is planned and given
als and families by the
work organization,
upported by the Com-
4P SKYLARK
|F0R GIRLS
RSONVILLE, N. C.
menJs Now Being
Accepted
jelen Baker48-4929
ire Mooney2-3758
munity Chest, Mrs. Meyers ex-
plained.
A separate "free loan service."
set up through the Baron de
Hirsch loan fund, enables JSSB
to grant small loans to help
businesses when applicants can-
not secure loans through ordinary
credit associations. This loan
fund is independent 'of other
funds of the bureau.
JSSB is a member of the Coun-
cil of Social Agencies and Mr.
Cohen is chairman of the coun-
cil's division of family care. An
active participant in Federation's
Committee on Community Needs,
the bureau maintains offices at
127 N. W. Second st. in the Fash-
ion Mart building.
PAGE NINE
A contribution of $11 for the
Petach Tikvah village for war
orphans was raited recently by
Mrs. Marie Balaban. 1334 Wash-
ington ave., and several of her
friends.
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Face Facts
_ By George Talianoff
rla. Regional Director, ADL
The Miami Herald hit the hell
tins week with its expose of the
Ku Klux Klan.
In well chosen, unmincing
words the front page article
should cause the Kluxers to re-
treat hurried into recently va-
cated rat holes.
"Almost as if there had been
no war fought for the rights of
man, the Klan is again recruit-
ing neighbor to fight neighbor,
race to fight race and religion to
fight religion," this article stated.
This quotation is indicative of the
general slant of this well written
story which characterizes Klan
activity as despicable and harm-
ful to the progress of this area,
our state and our nation.
To those who scan headlines,
the captions on the expose and
beneath the picture showing the
KKK sign, should be sufficient
to gather the denunciatory im-
pact of the article. "BIGOTS
BUSILY PUMPING LIFE INTO
LOCAL KLAN ORGANIZA-
TION" and "INVITATION TO
BIGOTRY ." read these head-
lines. It should be noted that
the accent is upon "BIGOTS."
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When one analyzes the slant
of the expose, the fact that it
completely deglamourizea the
Klan. labeling it subversive, and
the fact that this label is affixed
by a leading southern paper, then
one can reasonably conclude that
public sentiment in the south is
rising in denunciation of this and
other un-American organizations.
The letters that appeared in the
"Voice of the People" column
following the expose were all
anti-Klan. The fact that the
owner of a typesetting company
was quick to announce that his
employees had disavowed Klan
affiliation is likewise significant,
since as recently as 1939-40 a sig-
nificant number of southerners
including office holders, consid-
ered it the thing to belong to the
Klan.
Jack Kofoed deserves orchids
for his succinct observation on
Klan revival:
"I am no end disturbed at the
epidemic of fiery crosses that
have broken out in the South
during recent days. It means the
Ku Klux Klan is again raising
the banner of intolerance.
"There are thousands of graves
in Fiance. Germany, I wo Jima,
Guadalcanal, Okinawa graves
holding our finest and best .
that are supposed to be guaran-
tees against hatreds and intoler-
ance. In those graves are white
men and colored, Protestants,
Catholics and Jews. No one
thought of race or religion when
the bombs and shells were fall-
ing, and machine guns wrote
bloody messages.
"Now peace has come. Are we
any less Americans because of
MIAMI Y FORMS CHOIR
A new choir, formed by the
Miami Y this week, has sched-
uled rehearsals every Monday at
7:30 p.m. at the Y, according to
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector.
The group, which will learn
American, Jewish and Hebrew
melodies, is under the leadership
of Leo Schiff, who directed syna-
gogue choirs in New York and
male choruses in the Army. He
received his training at the New
York College of Music and is a
member of the Synagogue Choir
Leaders' union.
Membership in the Y choir is
open to all interested persons.
the color of our skin, or the
ritual of our faith?
"No sect or faith has a monop-
oly on courage or honesty of in-
telligence. None embodies the
baser qualities. With nations still
at sword.-.' points, is it necessary
to stir up enmities between
Americans?"
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FRIDAY
PAGE TEN
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Rabbi Murray Grauer will be
installed as spiritual loader ot
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregations in a ceremony to M
held at the synagogue. 590 &W.
17th ave.. 8 p.m. Sunday. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will be install-
ing officer. .
Master of ceremonies foi the
evening will be Leon K
past president of the
tion. All rabbis of Greater Miam
and heads ol Jewish ag.
have been invited to partici
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskj
will open the program With
brew prayer. Spi
will in-
dent of the Greater Miami Rub-
ltion"
. option to, Rabbi and Mrs.
, .. win follow the Install*
Mrs. Gertrude Kussner is in
. hments.
Grauer is a graduate o
the Rabbi Isaac Elchanon TJieo
:,,,,v. 11. n -'
gree from the
Workmen's Circle
To Install Branch
*7*e
A newly organized Workmen's
Circle groupBranch 699will
be installed at a banquet and
concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the
Miami Y. The affair is open to
the public.
Guest speakers will include na-
tional officers from New York
and the Southeastern region.
J. A. Siegel is chairman of the
and his master':! installation and Mrs. M. Jacob,
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RABBI GRALER
,d Max Jacobskind.
elude A. M. Bear, president ol
the congregation; Mrs. E. K
president of the Sisterh
Zalis. chairman of the congrega-
tion's board of education; Mau-
rice Grossman, executive
tor of the Miami Y; ai
cer of the Greater Miami 1
atl0n' J Ti. ,
Rabbi Grauer will respond. The
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Forum To Hear Review
Edgar Snow's "Pattern of So-
viet Power" will be reviewed by
Edward Clarke, University of
m, Mr. Kaplan, | Miami faculty member, at the
Nat Blumberg, By-|spinoza forum, 1059 Collins ave..
Temple. David Singer, Jack stone
3 p.m. Saturday. Charles H. Lee
will lecture on "The Universe," 8
p.m. Tuesday at the Forum.
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Beach Y To Stage
Consequences Show
A "Truth or Consi
show will be spons
Interim diate council f th( B
Y at 1 Lincoln rd.,
day. Lenny Feldman, ol tl AZA
Flamingo chapter, will I
of ceremonies.
The event, one of
series run by the council,
to the public.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami!
Rabbi Appelbaum will preach on "Status or:
tistics" (A Foreword to the Problem ol PostwarJn
at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Siste.
members will be hostesses during the reception inl
Ian hall following the services. Saturday morning i
vices. 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N.I
Third Ave.. Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDM
Conservative
Past presidents of the congregation will be hoot
at the concluding service in the si i ies ol late Ml
evening services tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shq
will discuss "The Theme Continues." Harry Sit
congregation president, will officially close the wi^
series. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandcll will be hosts da
the social hour in honor of the engagement of I
daughter, Shirley. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose has donated|
floral offering in memory of her father. Sabbath!
vices. 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva oi Marvin, son of)
and Mrs. Ben Markowitz, will be celebrated. St
services. 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast club,
sored by the P-T A Sunday nioininu at 8:45 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGE
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos. 6 p.m. At the final lute Fi|
evening forum of the season, 8:15 p.m., this eva
Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Woman. R
and informal singing will follow. Adult services.
a.m. Saturday. Junior congregation services at tJ
mud Torah. 10 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will discuss
tion of the Week." Shimshon club. 3 p.m. ir.isi
stands for Judaism and character and meets unaej
direction of Cantor Mamches. Shalos Sudos, n
Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
Friday evening services. 6:15 p.m. Adults"
morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi M< *cheloflWH
on "The Priestly View." Intermediate services km
escents. 9 a.m. Junior congregation for 6o> *jj
of elementary school age. 10 a.m. Bible Stuw.
under the direction of S. I. Friedman. S"
:I5 p.m. The rabbi will discuss the Fruon
Week."
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, M5|
clid Ave., Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Conservative
Friday services. 5:45 p.m. Late services,
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "Awaiting if ^
The Meaning of Redemption in Jewish YrMCh<
morning services. 9 a.m. The rabbi "'"'P'reti
"Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior coW
a.m. Story telling group. 4 p.m. J ol,'n| a m. S
7 p.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast
Young People's league dance, 8:30 p.m. S>una
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave.d |
St., Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL
Liberal ^i
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Its A" ,.&
You Look At Life" at services this Mffl,
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abranam ,
eelebrate his Bar Mitzva at services at ^j
d iy. Worshippers are requested to "^"al.hat
Pie during the 15-minute organ preiuae
each service.


APRIL
Friedman
[esent Concert
Abra^ Friedman,
T L of Bi'th David,
fcSTi annual con-
he Beth David **
Rewish Folk Chorus 8.15
I; at the synagogue,
rSrfave. His. Program
tre new Palestinian and
folk songs-
C Martin. M. A. Nan-
jilvron Krasney, mem-
^f rho.r, w' be prc'
rlhJo numbc.s Violin
Jk Mrs. Rohm will ac-
Phe choir and soloisU at
fc,he three years that he
t associated with Beth
Icantor Friedman lias per-
Pntaj local oi*anl;
L was formerly cantor of
Lue in Mt Vernon, N.Y.
Beach Hadassah
Lists Election
TROPICAL STILL HAS
BEST IN TURFDOM
CANTOR FRIEDMAN
Jiers Campaigns
yd To Veterans
campaign of George Snath-
Inpwsional c a n d i d a t e,
momentum this week as
lung veteran continued to
veterans' rights and to
i the voting record of his
fen*.. Pat Cannon, incunv
n was scored fr his
j 10 vote for a measure to
Jabuses" in the veterans'
stratum and foi failing to
Tor the selectivi si i vice bill
H, a few months before
iHarbor.
|im fully in favor of the
I believe it.- charter to be
leatest measure we have for
tional peace," Smathers
jafter quoting Cannon as
I he was against any world
ation.
ing immediate aid to vet-
Smathers declared:
' opponent is not a veteran
nows little of the veterans'
fcms which are the greatest
itc problems facing us to-
He voted i i I the Pat-
bill which pn vided for
pg for veterans just as he
to vote on veterans'
istration bill."
Jems Win Drama Trophy
Presentation of the George
Bcrtman trophy was made to the
Jems group, following its per-
formance of "Something Differ-
ent" at the annual dramatic tour-
nament at the Beach Y Sunday
evening, according to Jack Mar-
ash, executive director.
Judges were Mr. Bertram, Mrs.
George M. Cohen and Myron Le
Boyer. The prize-winning play
dealt with the conflict of a young
girl with her orthodox family.
Other groups who participated
in the contest were the Royal
Palm and Flamingo chapters of
AZA, the Winx and the BBG.
Election or officers and a re-
port of the recent southeastern re-
gional conference are the main
items listed for the meeting of I
Hadassah to be held 1:30 p.m.
Monday at Temple Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman has been
nominated for reelection to the
presidency.
Concerned with the mainte-
nance and training of children in
Palestine, the organization is
forming Youth Aliyah Minyanim
which are composed of 10 women
who pledge the sum of $369 to aid
one child.
Already enlisted in the project
are the Mesdames Joseph Pomer-
ance, J. Chetkow, Ralph Cohn, J.
Dallett, B. Ginsberg, Ida Gold-
berg. J. Gordon, S. A. Goodman,
Sarah Kasman and Alfred Mam-
let. Samuel Shapiro, Julius Muf-
son, M. Uollinger, Sara Hymov,
Anna Streuss, Reba Hansel, Alex
Sussman, Hy Berman and M.
Fine.
Women interested in joining
one of the groups have been
asked to contact the chairman,
Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild at
6-3342
Tropical Park, with something
like 1,700 horses to draw from,
gives promise of offering Florid-
ians a high grade of competition
right down to the meeting's final
on April 19. Latest check on the
equine tenants at the Bird rd.
course showed 901/ present, while
600 were reported on the grounds
at Hialeah Park. Smallest colony
in this area is that at Gulfstream
Park which totals 200 head.
The present session is favored
by the fact that there are so many
New England and Chicago cam-
paigners now in this sector.
Duke Dahlstrom has arranged
an attractive program for the
present week, one topped by the
$10,000 Tropical handicap on
Saturday. The band of two
dozen cligiblcs in this mile and
a sixteenth is headed by such
formidable stayers as Occupy and
Historian.
Racing on the following week
will be marked chiefly by the
running of the six furlong Dade
County handicap, a stake open
to 3-year-olds and upward.
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Miami Y Sets Date For Opening
Of Eighth Day Camp Season
Opening of the Miami Y Home Camp for the eighth season
was set for June 23 at a meeting of the Home Camp committee
Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman, announced this
Organized in 1939 with an enrollment of 32 children, it was
the first day camp in the South, according to the records of the
Jewish Welfare board. Since that time, many camps have been
established throughout the area. Eight new ones will be opened
this summer. .,
Last year, the Miami Y camp had an enrollment of 143 with
with an average daily attendance0-
of 95. Plans for hiring a head years will begin April 15.
counsellor and staff were made weeks' com ng course
at the committee meeting. Pro- will precede 1 the
gram of the camp, which will be camp.
open five days a week from 9 >
a.m. till 4 p.m., will include i Leon
and Hebrew for beginners under K Mrs.
the direction of the Rev. Mauritt li N
Mamches, as well as the regular Gai
schedule of arts and crafts, dra- Klein, N SI k, H
matics, journalism, athletics H<
story telling and clubs. George Chertkof, V |
Jewish content is stressed in all a:
areas of programming, Mrs. Ess
said. She announced that Dr.
Harold Rand, one of 1 I unders
of the camp and the
physician, will again serve as
medical consultant. Planning and
preparation of meals will I
der the direction of Mrs. Mauric<
Grossman, supervisor of th< Y
nursery school, which will con-
tinue to function separately dur-
ing the camp -
For the first
years, campers will be taken to
the Beach frequently, Mrs. I
said. This feature
tinued during I ir due to
transportation
Enrollment of boys and ;
between the a{ and 14
I Letter Brings Plea
To Locate Relatives
A plea from Helena Dubm P, B
survivor of Bi rgen-Helson, who
\s seeking relatives in Miami, has;
been received by Albeit Broad,
1542 Drexel ave. Written from
Sweden, the letter tells the
1 story of the Jew in
oe.
"There is today in our Polish
in Sweden the American
pap* t The Day,1 of lKth J.
1946 [read 3 i ch "f
your family. My name is Helena
I was b h n in I
Poland. My father, Fajivel Dub-
m .. born in the near from Bialy-
stok told me often he had a cou-
sin in Miami But I cannot re-
er the nam< of my family.
. only tl in Miami,
their nami .- sh 11 and
'B '
"Maybe you are my cousin or
am I misl ki Please excuse
mc my courage. Understand I
am alone in the world, all family
is destroyed by Nazis. I was 4
years in getto in Lodz, then in
Auschwitz, in Hamburg, in Bcr-
gen-Belsen. I was typhus sick.
Now I am in Sweden, healthy but
alone.
"I was a teacher in Poland, but
I don't know what shall be with
me here. I beg you heartily, if
you are not my family, to give
an advertisement in a well-known
newspaper that 1 search my fam-
ily from Poland.
"Many, many thanks. And ex-
cuse me all my mistakes. I learn
English only 3 months. In await-
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THE FIRST SINCE THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES WILL BE OBSERVED
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' VeMonaCfy tfjwditu} .Mrs. Rauiin To Be Bride "P>*V. AMLt J A Walk on 'Angel Street' Will Aid Palestine Childr^\ Tickets are still available for ,, HadaMah theatre P'^ion. X n ( .l Street.", to be enacted by .;.. Boothbay Playhouse players l a the Miami Beach High school K "" 1 ; „nday evening Proceeds from By ELSIE KRONENFELD INaf. %  £. MfJ "jJS I ^f U A Binder eon Saturday at their home 852 of JJis weeKiy^ ^ miir (orma ncc will benefit HawoTtz and Mrs Herman of ChiNaomi ,8^ £*£ Chairmen for the Miami Beach cago. The Werners returned Maurice gjJ^JJJu, to me Windy City this week • week*. She a P ^ ^ Back today from a business Jgjjjjjj her home we.e trip to New York is Herb Scher %  Chape on. g who left three weeks ago after J* £ G:ossman of Elizawelcoming son Stanley home Mis A ^ Mis from the service. Stanley was beh. "^ and cousinS in Japan for seven months and Abraham^e ^ ^ Q< in uniform about three years h N j tata. H. <•—£-*-*£ Ke ;Tan into Billy Home to daUgh nf r At! I„ % %  will "' %  %  ''' best man 1 mak ;" e 3 33M Co? nee, 3dw i S a long-time Ml" A „ and man "chairmen for the Miami Beach section are Mrs. Louis Heiman. E Leo Chaikin (5-4503) and Mrs. Murray Grossman. Chairmen tor the Miami %  *" %  "<"£ .... Mrs Ben Abraham (3-816^), Srs I Kahn, Mrs. Victor Mell and' Mrs. F. Ochs. Reservations may be made by calling the numbers listed above. Committee workers i v ul Mrs. Raymond rYmer, Mrs neth Oka, Mrs. H^TpiS Mrs. N. Douglas RaM* dolph Rothseh.ld and. X, Ochs. Members of Junior B M dassah and the Business and £1 fessional Women's division also participating in theevm In order to prompt inte-J the production, a number o! Jl pie will be hosts to part^l friends at the play. Spcwo-j^l nounced this week includiJl and Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mr 21 Mrs. Lester Hart, Mrs. Rose3 Dan Engelbrru, Rabbi ana hi Moses Mescheloff, Mr. J Goldberg ai eorge Cohen. mmvwm I'.couuii/u, Mr. ana %  George Goldberg and Mr. d Mrs. George Cohen. ARKIN DISCHARGED that her daugmermi*, £~ Sgt Norman Arnold ArkinvetGropper, is improving afta Jj g.r andm ^ SJ rf ^ ^ h E ma or operation at Victoria Mrs n. Uc rf opcrat ons has hospital. We always welcome here or f^ !" rarily ta Califorma. ..„ dischargcd from the Army such news RIGHT TO SWAGGER A mother with a right •vtre Tnrlr I pwis work for Uncie sam. swagger is Mrs. They're living temporarily in the Canal Zone where Mr ---—— %  Homa is doing sub-contract F L au derdale Couple Miss Mary %  '": ents ; M r ,v5Sp~ "Cora? 1 X £ THAT "NICE" GIRL SS? and Sill now Lpete Philip Weintraub v tas reunitin the county spell-down. Sided yesteiday with his wife. neyisHyeLold. His grandYvonne, the girl Iron: .Nice mother Mrs. Rose Stashkm, of France, whom he wooed and Chicago, heard the good news wed while serving overseas, iust before she left for home Phil is cut of uniform after alTuesdav Mrs. Lewis' sister most four years, a year and a and brother-in-law, Ceil end half of which he spent in EuKte^E&^-sw^S" %  : c s; ""' Goldie Rend tells us that her back with his been discharged from the Army after three years in service The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin 4385 Nautilus dr., he served with a "harborcraft" Army-Navy unit doing transportation work. He expects to resume his college studies at Georgia Tech where he completed two and a half years pumto entering the service. WINS SPEECH CONTEST will perpen house ai their .. 52 8 N E 17th Way. Ft 8 p.m. Sunday. M s Rita Shlafrock, a sophoe at Andrew Jackson Senior High school, has been awarded a gold medal by F. H. McDonald for placing first in the school's attended T< mple annual speech contest. ; Rita's speech, entitled "A 1 Miss Ginsberg Chooeei May Wedding Date Jay M. Ginsberg of Me., and 829 S. W. Uth tf announcing the engagementB daughter, Fiances Shirley, f Nathan Tudor, son of Mr. | Mrs. Harry Tudor of New Y<4 The couple will be married 1 May 19. A graduate ot Lioerty school, Bethlehem, Pa., and j University of Miami. Miss QL berg is a teacher at the Mini nursery school. Her fiani e attendid schoab| New York ur.d was recentlji leased from the Army afttrr ing with the air corps in,"' „ rs6 and Red uU I with the work of the mother, Mrs Jennie Goodman. Shubow, who's back: with h • ; > |m „ han in Ft M( President FranktoD. JwjJ„„A v,lr hrnther lesse Goocv/lie Greta and dau 9 h,er Ar ,,;,i, Mr Epstein was reveil She is the daughter of Mr. man o Englewood X. I are J ahr being in the service ] „ ,',,„„ thc Arm and Mrs M. Shlafrock, 1857 N. visiting her? lesse is just out lour years tl ree jjmj W. 38th ct. ot the Army after 25 months Sonny August, son of Mr. and ,,..,,,, %  ..,, and a half of %vhun overseas a^d is down taking a Mrs. Max Rappaport. 327 S. W. ,| in the southwest Paciwelcome vacation before reNinth St., is another with legal fie area suminq his association with righl in oui lemming service ,\ native of wiIKeaMnrc. 3 o Englewood. Mrs. porade. Sonny was in for two Pe, 'f the Uni^ nd there was ng • %  % %  ^ -^ tl.c Lnner_ ident of the Brownty B'nai B'rith lodge Emanon club membmwilll play their forensic talenh (j meeting Wednesday Tiniaj| the Miami Y. The progmkl ing arranged by Miss 8r Hoffman, cultural chairmn, Goodman will ieu after the holidays Another a tag bei :e his name Rand item-on Dr. Rand's side when he get his discharge. He u;~ iimo. Harold's sister, Mrs. this time. Saul Riesenberg of Oaklcnc Calif., has a new 8-pound baby boy. Her mother, Mrs. I. Rand, flew to California Sunday to be with her daughter We hear that Jennie and Harry Gordon had a birthday party for Jenny's mother, Mrs. Hartz. Il was last Sunday at their home, 834 S. W. 10th ave. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown have gone to Havana on what must be a grand vacation Another couple of vacati are Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, 840 40th st. They're in Savannah for a short stay There must be something about that city. The Nat Blumbergs will be there until Saturday. %  CONT'N'wED 0\ PACE THREE' CONSTRUCTION APPLIANCES REPAIRS SERVICE tLiECTRICALj Unity Electric Co., Inc. %  21 • r TH STREET. MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 AFTER 6 PM. CALL 3-03 3 0 SIDNEY S. MARGL LIES .ifd SAV JACOBS Listen to Burdine'i radio program, "Fashion Time, over WIOD each weekday morning, 8:30 to 8:45. NO STORY more fascinating to American reader, none closer to his own past, than the story of an immigrant who came here to seek of the vast opportunities this coun. try has to offer, and who conquered the obstacles confronting the newcomer with that enthusiastic determination which, in America, leads to success. i jusl couldn't : until 1 found out now K golved Oil will you when to r<-ad It. Mrs. Blnak, the a ill •, Miami resident, mended < %  the i • %  • %  he presenti this I • tween Dav I and K ith i. — P> Wood in Miami. Available at *f !" — Burdine's Red^^oss Drug Miami Doubleday Dorsn Mogull'i Bloom's Miami Beach • 508 Pgs. S3.50 S. J; BLOCH PUBLISH'G CO. Michigan Pnk Bldg., Detroit BERTRAND RUSSELL'S A History of Western Philosophy >5 nncoLn L tm cow-*. %  i Hi llfKOlNIOAB MIAM HACM rpjami I tAfIILOU |H MA>* AVI A —1| Open Fr-^X AT m IHEATH The story of beauliiul qun •] Persia who fll f I a fable —and *| guy who told if MERLE OBEB0H| TURHANBET THOMAS G0MB | GALE SONDEHGAA8D %  Th. Home of Delicious Food."



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\ • i n\ju 1WLLVI +Jelsiincrldlan FRIDAY, Miami Y Sets Date For Opening Of Eighth Day Camp Season Opening of the Miami Y Home Camp for the eighth season was set for June 23 at a meeting of the Home Camp committee Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman, announced this Organized in 1939 with an enrollment of 32 children, it was the first day camp in the South, according to the records of the Jewish Welfare board. Since that time, many camps have been established throughout the area. Eight new ones will be opened this summer. ., Last year, the Miami Y camp had an enrollment of 143 with with an average daily attendance 0of 95. Plans for hiring a head years will begin April 15. counsellor and staff were made weeks' com ng course at the committee meeting. Prowill precede 1 the gram of the camp, which will be camp. open five days a week from 9 > a.m. till 4 p.m., will include i Leon and Hebrew for beginners under K Mrs. the direction of the Rev. Mauritt li N Mamches, as well as the regular Gai schedule of arts and crafts, draKlein, N SI k, H matics, journalism, athletics H< story telling and clubs. George Chertkof, V | Jewish content is stressed in all a: areas of programming, Mrs. Ess said. She announced that Dr. Harold Rand, one of 1 I unders of the camp and the physician, will again serve as medical consultant. Planning and preparation of meals will I der the direction of Mrs. Mauric< Grossman, supervisor of th< Y nursery school, which will continue to function separately during the camp For the first years, campers will be taken to the Beach frequently, Mrs. I said. This feature tinued during I ir due to transportation %  Enrollment of boys and ; between the a{ and 14 I Letter Brings Plea To Locate Relatives A plea from Helena Dubm P, B survivor of Bi rgen-Helson, who \s seeking relatives in Miami, has; been received by Albeit Broad, 1542 Drexel ave. Written from Sweden, the letter tells the 1 story of the Jew in oe. "There is today in our Polish in Sweden the American pap* t The Day, 1 of lKth J. 1946 [read 3 i ch f your family. My name is Helena I was b H n in I Poland. My father, Fajivel Dubm .. born in the near from Bialystok told me often he had a cousin in Miami But I cannot reer the nam< of my family. only tl in Miami, their nami .sh %  11 and 'B "Maybe you are my cousin or am I misl ki Please excuse mc my courage. Understand I am alone in the world, all family is destroyed by Nazis. I was 4 years in getto in Lodz, then in Auschwitz, in Hamburg, in Bcrgen-Belsen. I was typhus sick. Now I am in Sweden, healthy but alone. "I was a teacher in Poland, but I don't know what shall be with me here. I beg you heartily, if you are not my family, to give an advertisement in a well-known newspaper that 1 search my family from Poland. "Many, many thanks. And excuse me all my mistakes. I learn English only 3 months. In awaitS. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties C-ICD "DID Telephone 5-1017. APRIL J ing to receive a g0od you, I remain '"Molle, Bo^ Duk *l "Sweden" Feat ^a. the ft CHILDREN FOOTHKEI Expert Fitting bj AL WFJSs Peter P an | Bootery 130 South Miami A Children's Growing Gitfl BoysShoV W Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Progiuimmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Biscayne Bids. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licensee And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Electrclogist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Years of Successful Practice In New York, New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI i>Ai>E \mmui OF MIAMI 41 HIITHIAII MBIT AVIMWI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. • Low Rates Reasonuble Interest charges on unpaid balances. • Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President PASSOVER 1946 THE FIRST SINCE THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES WILL BE OBSERVED WITH A FEELING OF GRATITUDEI 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 OS UN DAIRIES AGAIN BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover PlDS^ Tu3 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 5-5537 Now! To Insure Your Requirements or order from route salesman



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PAGE FOUB Sholem Lod g e to Put Spotlight On Public Affairs, Past Presidents A dual event first discussion meeting of the new Committee on Public Affairs and Past Presidents' Night-has been scheduled by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge for Tuesday evening at the Miami Elks club. Arthur Griffith, editorial writer of the Miami Herald, will lead the discussion of -The United Nation's Organization; Can It 1 reserve World Peace?" during the Public Affairs session which Will begin at 7 p.m. All newlv initiated membeis of B'nai B'rith will be required to attend this meeting as part ot their orientation program, according to John Kronenfeld, chairman. However, the discussion is open to all interested persons. In announcing the formation of the committee. Kronenfeld and E Albeit Pallet, president lodge, issued the following ment of purpose: •Recognizing the ever-ini ing need for informing ourselves on matters of public interest >n order that we may effed charge our obligations as J WS and as citizens of our An democracy, a Committee or. PubR e ij e f Society To Buy lie Affairs has been orgamz. i %  y Patients Sholem lodge to furt pieDea i[U Y a lu ment the broad service pr of B'nai B'rit Besides sponsoring i ips, the committee I taken a • i' t Balkin, W Maer, Dun Satin, Elry Sti • ( rles Jacobson and J< omi Weinkle. Brunch to Launch Membership Drive ft no0 ntime"b7u7ch at the Na• % %  •• %  Sundaj wUllntugur,embership drive of the G • Miami cha I i *Dr Frank Coret, M ll ah's 25th anniv rsar>. nan. Lou Heir d .,,. bl .,, :. will be PaUott, Burnett Rot : ; „ y oung J vhich Miss Dorothy 25?AY.APRH. Following the discussion Tuesday evening the lodge will held its general meeting and | certificates to past *" in ., special program. Ik. Levin in charge of th( i honor Capt. J. A. I. ind Harold Turk During • ting Mist -ill be awarded J are m mb. s of l ; ;... Pl.,n, ; Yagoda aer and show at one -f th. I ln club „n. P roloth is man of th A lance foi all I will culminate the drive at • • %  April. oncerning tl %  a %  ,y be i calling M Miss Cooper, 5-5231. Capt. Abbott Returns; To Resume Law Practice Capt J A. (Jack) Abbott ar. ,, c i in M.ami on terminal leave Saturday, and is planning to resume the practice of law here immediately. \ a claims investigating offiCapl Abbott spent 26 months i as in England, France and Belgium investigating and paying claims made by civilians for noncombat damages. Capt Abbott entered the service as a private in June, 1942, and received his commission from the air corps at the Officer Candidate administration school, Miami Beach. A resident of Miami since 1925, he practiced law here for 13 years prior to his Army service. Active in civic and fraternal organizations, |,c wa „ B'nai B'ritl %  ,," %  ** State IW.K5B] ior Chambei 0 f c,l ""l president ol the I?" 1 "*' civic league £ ?2L Federation', Ex^*"* tCG. He is making hish om .,j nmly ,t the S hepfcytfl Miami Group To Elect B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge will elect officers at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Beth David. Mrs. Ida Optner has been nominated ,'. for the presidency. The election follows the recent decision to form two women's groups in Mi ami and Miami Beach. or MSL Changes Program T ... • n of the Miami Servii • int< a pi acetime ,-ed at a in th. h.ui;.of Mrs. M. Mrs. Jules Jac il s, vice | dent, will con luct t meetn K J r at 8 p.m. t thi Beach Y. Miss Weiss will be speak* ird party A mah jongg is being planned for May 1 at the I ci eds of the NEW SITE ANNOUNCED S. J. Destro, founder of the Miind '.he Southern Fur Mfg., announces hi tion at 112 E. Flagler st. in the Lorraine arcade. A scientifically constructed cold storage vault with a capacitj oi .'"'.000 garment.• %  %  completed by the company and is kept at a freezing point continuously Complete insurance on arments is extended while in :r. office, trucks and vaults. Remodeling, repairing and custom making of furs are handled by a staff of experienced fui i under the direction of Mr. Destro who is a credited furrier in Miami. New York and Hollywood. All work is guaranteed. the p; • f the t itx rculosis of Jackson Memorial hospital. A war-born %  organization, tl •>' wl now Miami Y to aid teen-age group.and scouts, conduct : I rhumba .lasses and er.t.-: into the geni ral Y program. Details will be discussed at a meeting at the Y Wednesday evening. DRINK PLENTY OF CTTtipure .>< Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Sortie Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 80c 70c I WANT MY Estab. 1924 FLORID] DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MOk "Milk Product Dacro Protectad TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivt( Vint Our Farm it 6200 N. W. 32nd Stel DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN HONORABLY DISCHARGED. U. S. ARMY AIR FORCES ANNOUNCES RE-OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT 527 S. W. 12th Avenue Miami, Florida Office: 2-3374 — Residence: 5-0978 Hours: 10-12: 1-6 NEWY0R! BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Complete Service. Including Monthly Trial Balance and Profit and Loss Service. Reasonable Rates. Hour, Day or Month. PHONE 3-7833 DAVID GUTTENMACHER. 1144 N. W. 29th Terrace FLORIDA League Sponsors Dance The Young Folks' league of Temple Beth Sholom holds in open house for young men and women over the age of 18 every Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. in the Temple social hall. The group is sponsored by the Men's club of the Temple. There is dancing from 8—11 p.m. and the gameroom is open for those who do not care to dance. 110 E. FLAGLER ST. Lorraine Arcade Room 202 S. J. DESTRO FUR CO. Phone 9-3373 FORMERLY MIAMI FURRIERS. Inc. AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROCER Ask ior Kosher Products For Passover by Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc. 79 N. W. 20th Street Phone 9-1977 Certified Cold Storaqe • Repairing • Remodeling • Cleaning • Glazing FREE PICKUP SERVICE BY BONCJED MESSENGER To Protect Your Fur — Know Your Furrier Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Lu: • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS • STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY Unscheduled flights for your added conven nee. For lions ar.d information for individual chartered passage plete chartered plane, call 3-345S. PASSENGER DIVISION TRANS-CARIBBEAN SBSSflS ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. DIXIE RECAP?^ 41 N. E. 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\rs ^CaseWork Agency personal, Financial Aid %  3 s and financial aid offered to Jewish individfl l service ^ Jewish Social Service bureau were I ^ I 68 Benjamin Meyers, president of the board of ^ ihP "Voluntarily Yours" program, broadcast .WOO Wednesday. 1L brought to the bureau by persons who are difficulty are usually concerned with "emotional r "health, child behavior difficulties, marital discord, '^adjustment, or other personal or financial inseL. Meyers stated +Je*lstnorldrian worker tries to asI person to help himself Um to understand his lblems," she continued. CnTume, the worker ,he individual to use %  -sources and strengths. \ the worki and knowledge of kmunity resources, the as the opportunity of [everything which the k offers, such us voca%  sing, recreational, em} educational, and vacant of expanding repIon and active particiI iis board of directors, Bembership committee, i Mrs. Maurice GrossfinTiting locaJ Jewish lions to submit sug[for general memberwhich the beard of is selected. Annual I of the bureau will be fcrbfessionally trained fkers are empli yed by |u, whose executive ditharles Cohen. uch service is needed, ^d is planned and given als and families by the work organization, upported by the Com4P SKYLARK |F0R GIRLS RSONVILLE, N. C. menJs Now Being Accepted jelen Baker—48-4929 ire Mooney—2-3758 munity Chest, Mrs. Meyers explained. A separate "free loan service." set up through the Baron de Hirsch loan fund, enables JSSB to grant small loans to help businesses when applicants cannot secure loans through ordinary credit associations. This loan fund is independent 'of other funds of the bureau. JSSB is a member of the Council of Social Agencies and Mr. Cohen is chairman of the council's division of family care. An active participant in Federation's Committee on Community Needs, the bureau maintains offices at 127 N. W. Second st. in the Fashion Mart building. PAGE NINE A contribution of $11 for the Petach Tikvah village for war orphans was raited recently by Mrs. Marie Balaban. 1334 Washington ave., and several of her friends. Harry's Barber Shop Modern and Sanitary 1790 S. W. 8th Street First Class Work Three Barbers on Duty Face Facts By George Talianoff rla. Regional Director, ADL The Miami Herald hit the hell tins week with its expose of the Ku Klux Klan. In well chosen, unmincing words the front page article should cause the Kluxers to retreat hurried into recently vacated rat holes. "Almost as if there had been no war fought for the rights of man, the Klan is again recruiting neighbor to fight neighbor, race to fight race and religion to fight religion," this article stated. This quotation is indicative of the general slant of this well written story which characterizes Klan activity as despicable and harmful to the progress of this area, our state and our nation. To those who scan headlines, the captions on the expose and beneath the picture showing the KKK sign, should be sufficient to gather the denunciatory impact of the article. "BIGOTS BUSILY PUMPING LIFE INTO LOCAL KLAN ORGANIZATION" and "INVITATION TO BIGOTRY ." read these headlines. It should be noted that the accent is upon "BIGOTS." GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Heve your roof repaired now; you will iava on a new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenua PHONE 4-5860 TUanu for REST CONVALCSCEMCI —JCHBOMICCASO un-Ray Park a Ith Resort IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get iberai Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details GENERAL PAINTING Free Eetimatea Given BY BEST MECHANICS I. D. Gilbrecrth Pcdnt Co. PHONE 3-0729 537 S. W. 12th AVENUE When one analyzes the slant of the expose, the fact that it completely deglamourizea the Klan. labeling it subversive, and the fact that this label is affixed by a leading southern paper, then one can reasonably conclude that public sentiment in the south is rising in denunciation of this and other un-American organizations. The letters that appeared in the "Voice of the People" column following the expose were all anti-Klan. The fact that the owner of a typesetting company was quick to announce that his employees had disavowed Klan affiliation is likewise significant, since as recently as 1939-40 a significant number of southerners including office holders, considered it the thing to belong to the Klan. Jack Kofoed deserves orchids for his succinct observation on Klan revival: "I am no end disturbed at the epidemic of fiery crosses that have broken out in the South during recent days. It means the Ku Klux Klan is again raising the banner of intolerance. "There are thousands of graves in Fiance. Germany, I wo Jima, Guadalcanal, Okinawa graves holding our finest and best that are supposed to be guarantees against hatreds and intolerance. In those graves are white men and colored, Protestants, Catholics and Jews. No one thought of race or religion when the bombs and shells were falling, and machine guns wrote bloody messages. "Now peace has come. Are we any less Americans because of MIAMI Y FORMS CHOIR A new choir, formed by the Miami Y this week, has scheduled rehearsals every Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Y, according to Maurice Grossman, executive director. The group, which will learn American, Jewish and Hebrew melodies, is under the leadership of Leo Schiff, who directed synagogue choirs in New York and male choruses in the Army. He received his training at the New York College of Music and is a member of the Synagogue Choir Leaders' union. Membership in the Y choir is open to all interested persons. the color of our skin, or the ritual of our faith? "No sect or faith has a monopoly on courage or honesty of intelligence. None embodies the baser qualities. With nations still at sword.-.' points, is it necessary to stir up enmities between Americans?" LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Miiell, C. K. Simon. Lawrence S. 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paaBBj +Jewish fhridlfor PAGE HVE MIAMI Y DISPLAYS PHOTO EXHIBITION ,t,nn El tein, of Ft. LauPaU J installed as presiderdaK'. w ( mmty lodge *sf STi s n(lay ev ^' H3. B "; .., %  in Hollywood. rJng at U{ Mlaml past WUMam pa Browa rd lodge BW*J [ficiaL **f; :,al.ed were 0tlKl '„., r.rst vice presiBarnC L A 'i • Kaufman, second dentiD I..Jh Schuste r, vice presid K rctchman. sretai> : Tarler, retiring m Tn • %  '• 'it Ml,rris Scgal> Pf es t' nt o S< igel, warden; SSff'vS • nd Htory FinSS G %  — %  fon. 0>ree j Prior to ; the armed fcUthiee md .. half years ago, ?**. —taryofthe IMtt V mefly ^ ffl S of the %  J D Strauss le in Barre Pel ? na -. /Kongtl ntat the.nSmbei a" J" B na B'nth and U rge Tahanoff. Florida A ltil,n 1 f ea ,f u e director 1: H tfman, of Hollywood, f ceremonteandJuli her, executive secretarv of the fifth district of ffnai B'ritl I incipal speaker. Rabbi David Hale Gross delivered th< : n HOLLAND CAMPAIGNS HERE APRIL 12 AND 13 Spessard L Holland will conclude the : %  k of his vigorous state-' .: e speaking tour in his can paign a ^at in the United Stati Senate when he arrives in the Miami area next Friday and Satui lay. Holland will have covered all but the westi rn i xtremity of the State when hi concludes next week's act In his spe this week and last, Holland n iterated the important ol • rting every effort for world and said he would stroi ; port the UNO, which he d< bed as "the most carefully v. '. i out plan for peace that pi e-loving peoples of the A >• formed for averting v He di ilso his conviction that tl must, until a permani r.t e is assured, maintain tl lion's military strength i • si a peak it will be able to meet ail aggressors. Vetei i ins, he emphasized, must h prior consideraA photographic exhibition of "The Jew in American Life" will be on display in the mam hall of the Miami Y until April 22, according to Maurice Grossman, executive director. The series describes the history of the Jews in this country, their contribution to American life in the fields of literature, law, science, art, industry, labor, etc., and some outstanding Jewish figures. When it was displayed in New York city last fall it caused considerable comment in the Jewish and non-Jewish press. The exhibition, arranged by the Council Against Intolerance, is sponsored by the Jewish Welfare board. tion, toward working out the defects already appearing in the program for their rehabilitation and adjustment to civilian life. He pointed out that veterans of world war II must have greater consideration than the veterans of the first world war because of the much longer service required of them. EVERYBODY must have VITAMINS Of course everybody gets SOME VlUjnina. Surveys show that mil• ""J lions of people do no* A I get ENOUGH. -U A pleasant, convenient economical way to bo jure that you end your family do not lack easential B Complex Vitamin to take ONE-A-DAY brand Vitamin B Complex tablets. An insufficient supply of B *-onipkx Vitamins causes Incugcsticn. Constipation, Nervbelt T^^loepleasnessTcrankeSi~L5 f Appetite. There are mSSSS 1 "B conditions, but b fiS guard a ?inst this one cause EggA 0?TE A-DAY Sand | iSSSt^omplexTablM everyday? •odpriM Wa3 V c £ m P* r Potencies .SBilllllAY Hillel to Choose King, Queen At Spring Dance A Hillel king and queen will be chosen at the annual spring formal dance to be held at the Hillel house Saturday evening. Kprn Matros, president, announced fins week. Next event on the Hillel schedule is the student Seder. Candidates for the king title, sponsored by University of Miami sororities, are Lenny Tannenbaum, by Alpha Epsilon Phi; Larry Levine, Delta Phi Epsilon, and Dave Moldan, lota Alpha Phi. Rita Weiss, sponsored by Phi Epsilon Pi; Bea Jaftee, Tau Epsilon Phi, and Nessa Gittleman, Cleo Phi, are candidates for queen. Lorraine Walters, last year's queen, will present gifts to the winners. The affair has been arranged by the social committee of which Roslyn Taradash is chairman. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of Hillel foundations, will be guest speaker at the Seder April 16. The service will be open to interested students of all faiths as well as Hillel members, according to Dr. Albert Michels, director. Dr. Miehels asks that families who wish to invite students to Seders on the first night of Passover call him at 48-2431. Mrs. Ethel Schaffron will be hostess at a fish dinner Sunday evening. Proceeds will be devoted to the Children's village in Palestine supported by Mizrachi. Athletics For Juniors An after-school athletic and. game program for boys and girls up to 14 years of age has been inaugurated by the Beach Y under the direction of Randy Polansky, athletic and activity dire< tor. The program, in effect Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., consists of softball, volleyball, Newcomb ball, dodge ball, handball, basketball, races and other types of athletics. %  MII'MII" JUST PUBLISHED A RABBI'S FAITH Sermons Of Hope and Courage By Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Price $2.50 Sons of Abraham Book Fund 74 South Ferry Street Albany 2. N. Y. MAX'S & ,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 ynAMlN TADLCTS BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! 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FRIDAY. APRIL Bank Merger Follows Sale of First National Merger of the Fust National and American National banks is in process this week, following the purchase of controlling interest in Miami's historical Fust National by Wiley R. Reynolds, chairman and chief stockholder of American National. Wiley was named president of First National Tuesday, succeeding Edward C. Romfh, who sold controlling interest in the First National, which he founded in 1902, and three affiliates, Firsl Trust Co., Coral Cables First National and Little River Bank and Trust. H. Blake Oliver, president of American National, was elected first executive vice president ol Fust National in the tion. Elected First National vice presidents were William C. Hill. J. G. Leybourne, Carl Meeks, Charles G. Klugh, Charl Buker, Robert M. McDonald, H. Frank Northrop, Olm G. Sj Harry G. Retalick, C Russi 1 Sohn and David B. Alti r, LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOT.CEO^APPUCAT.ON FOR 1%  LEGAL NOTICES GIVEN that S NTV HYMAN LEGAL NOTICES ""NIITICB IS HEREBY OIV1JW that ,i under*!*"'* <'"• %  •" "• '"""KO in < w 27th Ave.. Miami. Fin., vetutvana S1UM:Y HYMAN. ;: 2 2-29 */'• %  '•' \,., ii-:: is S IS UK %  %  -%  % %  %  %  %  • .. • 1 %  %  : IAN \ %  • a %  ', F rl'la .. f IIW vKTZ. \ s 18 HEKEin ilVEN that d I : JIVI:XU,K ....... \ 1"'..' id ... %  C F OX. %  %  %  %  I'l tcurt % %  S7.1 A" v.\N. Ml I • NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED \ (FFE B rlEREHY 01VKN thai ., rH i .,,,,1, desiring to wiKiigu In ,,.'.„ i the flctltloui name ol M^MI^-IKAI'lttM^TY.-KwiilTIN i SEHVICE. Bl 800 Lincoln .J,', I Midi 'I. ..in 22, Miami Beach, ..riM.T Mid nan... ,.,,, of^he Circuit Court Boto Owner. i i 12 VOTICE IS IIKKKltY t'.IVKN that _..,,. desiring to engaje %  > Iw, ui ler Hie fictitious name ol „ %  :R N I.M-..TKHS a COATN J ,-, al Miami, Florida, Intend ,1,1 name with the < lerK ,, „ ,-,„„, ,,( Dad County. IRA S I.KVY 1.. His WINTER i i 5-12-19 I.s HEREin UIVEN i ANTILE ....... rl I i • •• ... Hi lh. of 1 S'(5 I.KMAN f\ri. El KMAN IS IIKREHY GIVEN I H llOUB I .I"""I H i--. ... I. ("KNTER, at 1121 i I %  i %  %  f the i -I 'ad< III KHRMCM v v in v\ KHIU.ICH i: \i \\ I;OI,I>KTEIN. %  I ."-12-19 \, iTICE is I! Ell RIVEN that lh,. u to I i PIthe [1 \ II I 1 I: t -I • Ul'HIC n R, ...I BldR I. Miami F Intends with Hi. Clerk of 1 lade County, r CELIA TRAURIQ. Bole i rwner. VOTICK IS HEREBY C.IVENf that i, rulvned, desiring to ..|IKKU In ... luveiille Furniture buglnejB under titluufl name of TODDLER'S OF M N. xi i al 2*00 S. W Bth Street, Miami. FV rlda, Intends to rwlatar ..,, with the Clerk of the Clr. Hade Countr, Florida. VI.EXANDER WINXICK. Sole Owner. J. 15-22-29 4 :. v iTh-i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage liuelnen under the fictitious name • NEW AY TuWKI. SCIMM.Y at \. ,:„, Florida, Intend to register ith the Clerk of the cir.. ,.,.., %  ,,. l lade County, Florida. Kl.i IRRNCE S. EATON W It EATON II 22-29 l ".-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that m de gned, desiring to engage '" under th.. fii-tiilmis name or in: TAMIAMI FCRNITURE AND rnY MANl'FACTrRING COMPANY, %  a w Bth 81 Miami, Fla Into reulKtei said name with the • the Circuit Court of l'ade ; IRVING KOPPELMAN I%  111.11> iliHKN HA Kit Y WEINSTEIN \ \T.\l.li: M. WEINSTEIN. i... oln Road, attorney for Appllrants l D-12-19-26 5 3 PAIHTliifl AND Decorating INTERIOR an,, 0 EXTERIOR LICENSED anV INSURED GUARANTEED WORK ... No Job Too La^e_ S rj it Estimates Chnrfuliy Qiyen • PHONL l692T~T Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO 2236 N. W. r/ ami Court mB& •"•After". cSt bSi MuctllsT P.uu 3 Arid UdllMttT -Jk jtwr Dru >IM t_ Cenu tnd M cei Dr. JMilM Nenrlna for Blmlisinm, Ntr"• IrriteWUtr. BzaMskUU* u.4 Nerrsms Hesd•cfc*. Rwd dlrw tloas ami on on,, as dlreeUd. NERVINE MOVi? Cjet rour

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tewMbJaojpidliiayn TjoZffim**THE JEWISH UNITY? THE JEWISH WEEKLY \ ig. NUMB ER 14 PI IES 1ST POLICE TGART V-NS'— General | T |dcN -mmander Jjnited States forces in the Hn they week isorder resi tnding the aunt German polite to enter Misplaced 1 • %  rsons camps Icomplct.in' estigation is last wei k's 'lash, when 1 Jew was killed by Gerjjremen a camp ted blark m trket activibtbority the raid was [ave beei ied hy the military detachment nan poli< < %  had claimed ipus-i evidence of arkei activities in the Eight American military wen ned by Col Ito acci IJ the Gcrling pi ver 200. jig the arly in the |the G( lice, usinR kers on ks, ordered 1 leave l irtmenU. startle igi es were MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 5 )Q*R PRICE TEN CENTS Mt. Sinai Hospital Charter Signed OFFICERS 1 AND DIRECTORS of the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital of Greater Miami gathered around Judge George E. Holt Monday afternoon when he signed a charter for the S2 000 000 institution Plans are now being made to select a site and raise funds to finance the nonsectarian hospital which will contain 200 beds. Shown here (left to right) are Wm D Sinaer Mrs. Max Dobrin, Arthur A. Ungar. Henry D. Williams, Dr. Morris Goodman, Monte Seiig Sam BE HELD IN U. S. NEW YORK (WNS)—A resolution demanding that the forthcoming World Zionist Congress be held in the United States instead of in Palestine was unanimously adopted here this week at a meeting of the national administrative council of the Zionist Organization of America, the ruling body between conventions. Although no official statement has yet been issued by -the ZOA, it is believed that the sponsors of the resolution convincingly arWolfson. INUED ON PAGE 6) ii Vaad Gets ration Okay Ion will n

—Dr. Mcilech Chelmnitsky, Jewish writer, died here from a heart attack. He was 61 years old. Dr. Chelmnitsky was born in Russia and studied at the University of Vienna. He practiced medicine in Vienna for many years, and emigrated to the United States in 1939 where he joined the editorial staff of the Jewish Daily Forward as a writer on medical subjects. He was the author of several volumes of poetry. Center To Announce Construction Soon Construction of the proposed $500,000 Miami Beach Jewish Center will get under way when architectural plans are approved and building restrictions permit, according to a statement made by Alfred Stone, chairman of the architectural committee, this week. Negotiations are now being made with an architect and the Center hopes to announce building plans soon, Mr. Stone said. Ground for the new structure will be broken as soon as is permissable, he added. Schulman to invite all those eligible for the certificates to attend the meeting. TWA Flying Time: 36 Hours to Palestine NEW YORK (JTA) — Regular New York-Jerusalem air service for passengers will be started by the Trans-World Airways this month, it was announced this week. Planes will leave LaGuardia Field and are expected to complete the flight to Palestine in 36 hours of flying time. The service will be inaugurated with a flight for the Palestine Economic bureau of the Zionist Organization of America, on April 25. The maiden flight of TWA's Constellation plane will carry a group of American industrialists and businessmen on the first postwar trade tour of the Holy Land. Due to space limitations the party decisively swinging American public opinion in favor of a Jewish Palestine. The resolution was adopted following a special allday session Sunday at which a declaration was unanimously adopted calling for a "united front, outwardly and inwardly" of all Zionist forces in preparation for the World Zionist Con gress which is slated to convene in Palestine on Aug. 7. Attended by 150 representatives, the council session, presided over by Daniel Frisch, expressed itself as "seriously concerned about the excessive and unwarranted partisanship and party strife which prevail." Embodied as the official platform of the Zionist Organization of America to the World Zionist Congress, the declaration is a bid for the support of the Jewish community of America in the coming elections of American del(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Map Coordination For Fall Campaigns Coordination of fund raising activity planned for next fall is being undertaken by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, according to an announcement made this week. In order to insure a minimum of competition. Federation is requesting synagogues, Ys and other organizations planning capital funds campaigns in the fall to submit, by April 18, data on the Skeleton Rattles Under Pressure ... eir drives and the goals they intend will consist of only 30 men, seto seek in order to eliminate overlected from all over the country, I lapping in the schedule of fund as well as Canada, representing | raising. diverse industrial and commercial interests. [in whmsheets were Miami's closets last *e Mil mi Herald vivi.l of the local Bn outfit, supposedly F 0 years ago when FPnbation was dissaid to be seeking I bcp n the subject of [Wigation by local I s ""Wtly. ImmediP pose, the KKK tr. un -American, unfa un-Christian by '*m< Minister^ asV, an


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SsVSMs* %  I g J^-^TO v^^"?* ? SIS?^'k ~ i T PAGE SIX itJIi^wiiJbJEJIodyyifflP Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 phone 2 1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. MM. at the 'port Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of Maren, J, i Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $8.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years. S5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor ______ VOLUME 19 NUMBER 14 Miami 18. Florida, I April 5. 1946 \ISAN 4. 570G JmislithrUbl> JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright. 1945. J. T. A.) !" ^APRn. 5 ilJ "Between You and MP" By BORIS SMOLAR C Copyright. 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, ln c Q. What is the "Gemara?" A. The word "Gemara" is an Aramaic expression used to designate the Talmud; particularly the Babylonian Talmud. It comes from a Hebrew root meaning to • ,,. "to end." If taken in the first sense the relationship is Talmud is a K. K. K. Recent expose of the local Ku Klux Klan has crystallized a strong sentiment to eradicate this menace and its sinister purposes. Ittl lei scuai %  At first quietly and then with a surprising bravado, the local ph a that the work we call the chapter of the Klan, supposedly disbanded some years ago, Ta \\fi_x word^'inkw. was found to be actively engaged in rebuilding its fences. ^^ ^ ^ Talmud caUed Newspaper advertisements, small billboards, telephone solicita"Shas?" tion and direct muil are the channels being being used to in* A The won j shas" is the result of an abbn viation of two Hebrew words. "Shishoh" meanor "Sidrei" UNITED NATIONS NOTES: Although the United Nations came to the heart of the Jewish section of the Bronx in New lYork, the -lews of that borough 'anpaying little attention to the session ef the UNO Security Council. There are few Jewish faces among the curiosity seek. is lining the gates of the Hunter college campus where the session is taking place. And to think that only one block from those premises there are "Kosher" signs on the butcher shops and the delicatessen stores ... In fact, manv of the reporters and phothe non-Jews, ,„„, the character „f the ^ Dr. Finkelstein a so i' story of a pr, ,, dl nl J* gogue "in a large cit „ K Cllv not v-ho was simid '"""'dent of terest these bigots. Local civic, religious and labor groups have all joined in the ing six and "Sedarim" |meaning volumes or anangetask of doing away with a movement so ill founded, bent on merits since the Mishnah, which creating friction and disseminating hate. is the actual basis of the Talmud, ^ was compiled as a vsotk oi six It is hearteninq to see the progress made these past years different parts, the Talmud it, self can be considered the learnwhen representative groups and individuals join publicly anai jn( ;md discussion of these six without hesitation in denouncing the Klan. It proves a realizadifferent departments of law. It, therefore, became a popular custion that discrimination of any type leads to trouble and eventual destruction. obvious, since the Talmud is „, learning. H taken in the tographers covering the session of latter sense, it is therewith imthe Security Council sneak out for a Kosher corned beef sandwich at one of the neighboring delicatessens in preference to eating at the UNO cafeteria. In contrast to the United Nations conference at San Francisco, no Jewish "delegations" or "obsi rvers" arc to be seen at the Hunter college session. The most interesting "Jewish" feature is the fact that there are two Benjamin Cohens there. One is Benjamin Cohen, the assistant secretary general of the UNO, and the other is Benjamin Cohen, the counselor of the state department. The first is a veteran Chilean diplomat, born in Concepcion, Chile. The second is a former New York lawyer born in Muncie, Ind. Both Cohens have been in service in Washington for many years, the first as 36 HOURS often referred to as the "Chu_ ., ,. mash." "Chumash" comes from Regular airplane service between New Ttork and Jerusalem the Hebrew word me aning five will be inaugurated this month and the first ship making the and therefore is an appropriate 36-hour trip will carry a group sponsored by the Pclestine Eco!"ame for the work which constiD i ,. 1 lutes the Five Books of Moses. nomic Bureau of the Zionist Organization. J Thc word Ten tateuch" itself, of Palestine has been brought very close to us by recent devel; course, comes from the Greek opments in the world, and now it is to be brought close to us WOrd mcanm 8 flve in a physical sense. When it takes no longer than 36 hours to I QWh -at the difference bego from New York to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is about as close to ^to^S^J^" America by air as New York is to Chicago by rail. A. The Mishnaic code was acThere was nothing said about this airplane development becepted in both centers of Jewish fore the Palestine commission, but actually it is a fact of the first '"' c ( e Babylonia and Palestine) importance. The idea harped on by the Arabs that the Near JJJSJ* 'SJSKSj East was their own and exclusive terrain, whose soil is not to be tred on except by those who call on Allah, is outworn. The world has made a demand for the oil of the Near East It has f this code (the Mishnah ar d its a right to access to all unused and neglected resources. S^mSn' 0 ^ 8? develop The airplanes going to Palestine are going to help eradicate ment of the Talmud was thus bethis fallacy. 'Shall We Say Grace?" tom to refer to the Talmud as "shas" implying its six-fold contents and arrangements. It is for a similar reason, for ( example, that the Pentateuch is counselor of the Chilean Embassy, and the second with the U.S. government. The Chilean speaks many languages and is on the faculty of Georgetown university. AT THE CROSSROADS: The controversy between Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, over the question of whether conversions are mounting among Jews in America, is attracting wide attention. Dr. Finkelstein, who sounded the alarm, claims that the basis for his statement are 60.000 letters which the Jewish Theological Seminary received in the course of one year, in addition to private confessions Those who doubt his facts do not have sufficient contact with Jews, except with nationalistminded Jews, who are not the majority in American Jewish life, he argues. Many Jews, he says, arc joining the Christian Science movement, others join Each of the two countries natu' the Unita,ian ch "rch, while some rally differed in their treatment are v en embracing Catholicism. although there was an inter" lai ge P ercent age of Jewish change of ideas. The Babylonian 1 y not only considers interTalmud emerged as the more ex' marr J a 8e normal, but definitely thereafter both the academies of Babylonia and Palestine regarded the study gun at Sepphoris, where the Mishnah is said to have been redacted and at the same time in the Babylonian cities of Nehcrdash and Surah where Rab and Samuel undertook this gigantic work. tensive work, covering a much j speaks of Judaism as a detriment wider range. After the final re-:!" themselves and their children, tion of the two, the Babylonian Talmud became by far the more popular and more widely studied. ie charges. The fact that one can see Jewish youth at some of the Zionist gatherings means very little, he points out. In one city on the Pacific coast, about 30 per cent of all Jews are intermarried, he reveals. And there arc many small towns in the United States where there is intermarriage in every Jewish family. Growth of intermarriage is also noticeable in New York, doctors, lawyers, and high school teachers prefer not to be known as Jews in many cities outside of Ne W York. And many Jews are contributing large sums to Christian churches. One priest publicly announced recently that 50 per cent of the income of one of his institutions comes from Jewish contributors. In many cities, the t-ommunity church, the Ethical Culture church, the Christian nh.,!!i!lf* $ _T_* !" "^ that the Jews may soon outnumber leaving their homes, they saw number of German policemaj dragging a hand-cuffed Jew youth and beating Jewish naj and women with fists and trunoj eons. 1 Eyewitnesses related that %  least twelve shots were firaBJ that at least ten dogs had Wj used. Adele Greenberg,^ UNRRA worker, said that wl she saw the Germans in uniforaj training their guns on the M "they looked just like pwtunj we had seen of Hitler's soldiers Other UNRRA workers said m the Germans had plundered w ish homes while conducting u* search. Your RED CROSS must carry on!



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+je*lstncrldto[L FRIDAY PAGE TEN 53Htec5SSSi ""t* 11 ^L G ^Z Rabbi Murray Grauer will be installed as spiritual loader ot the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregations in a ceremony to M held at the synagogue. 590 &W. 17th ave.. 8 p.m. Sunday. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be installing officer. Master of ceremonies foi the evening will be Leon K past president of the tion. All rabbis of Greater Miam and heads ol Jewish ag. have been invited to partici Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskj will open the program With brew prayer. Spi will indent of the Greater Miami Rubltion %  option to, Rabbi and Mrs. .. wi n follow the Install* Mrs Gertrude Kussner is in hments. Grauer is a graduate o the Rab bi Isaac Elchanon TJieo : ,,,v. 11. n %  -' gree from the Workmen's Circle To Install Branch *7*e A newly organized Workmen's Circle group—Branch 699—will be installed at a banquet and concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Miami Y. The affair is open to the public. Guest speakers will include national officers from New York and the Southeastern region. J. A. Siegel is chairman of the and his master':! installation and Mrs. M. Jacob, 1H* 0* MIST ft**] *m*m u w 1 tf,* nb' u** Wi*\ %  Columbia university. .,, is n ,, a eandidate for a Ph. 0 the *,| Su' .ndrt. at S 18tiot Iflfl D. di i c, nera • • • consists Mrs. Honig.Mr Mrs Leon irman for the InKarger whose „f Mr. F. RABBI GRALER ,d Max Jacobskind. elude A. M. Bear, president ol the congregation; Mrs. E. K president of the Sisterh Zalis. chairman of the congregation's board of education; Maurice Grossman, executive tor of the Miami Y; ai cer of the Greater Miami 1 atl0n „ J Ti. Rabbi Grauer will respond. The I n JSJI consolidation of overlapping state, NYLONS FOR BLOOD Legislature Candidate municipa) offices and Announces Flatlorm ( tha( sh0 uld be Want m •nyl taxe d and controlled by „ for the the P. l< Counl L_ I | |0. W iner. Demoblood is lidate I acting secretary. Forum To Hear Review Edgar Snow's "Pattern of Soviet Power" will be reviewed by Edward Clarke, University of m, Mr. Kaplan, | Miami faculty member, at the Nat Blumberg, By | spinoza forum, 1059 Collins ave.. Temple. David Singer, Jack stone 3 p.m. Saturday. Charles H. Lee will lecture on "The Universe," 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Forum. COUPON I enjoy yo Ur j^. of Palestine" series a*! close $ ^ cost and for your work. Name Address Write to Miami Beach I District, care of Ridiol WKAT. of blood—at Blood Bank. Nee.: for additi stressi i bj : %  '• I : lwa Mrs. W ner has pi rt of nurserj .. weeks ser I %  f w01 blooe! t to bring n ot vetcl up to tw. facilities %  • %  In addition to tl nd highways and deJgu.. Na: ... k. up dei Dr. Elli tt says. this plai lonate 1 ien I I %  • % %  the usi a rcferc ndum on the KING BAKE SHOP 1894 S. W. 8th Street FINE PASTRIES Cakes for Special Occasions Birthdays -Weddinqs Try Our Delicious Chocolate A PAPIER, Prop. PHONE 9-3924 In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship 7 \ Beach Y To Stage Consequences Show A "Truth or Consi show will be spons Interim diate council f th( B Y at 1 Lincoln rd., day. Lenny Feldman, ol tl AZA Flamingo chapter, will I of ceremonies. The event, one of series run by the council, to the public. I I I I I I i i i Jennie Grossinger announces that The GROSSINGERP ANCOAST will be open for the Passover HOLIDAYS SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD Inquiries Invited Telephone 5-6761 1 REGISTER NOW! Vote May 7 Elect FRANK 0. SPAIN State Attorney llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'Dade and Monroe Counties) A VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I and II Fearless, Honest and Impartial Piosecution oi Crime ll Ail DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY — MAY 7. 1946 ELECT GEORGE SMATHERS Your Congressman Former Assistant U. S. District Attorney and Special Assistant to U. S. Attorney General ABLE PROGRESSIVE Pd. poliileal Adv. Matzos, Matzo Products, Coifee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the M iiUllllmill QtlLcalUbai and ReAiauAanl 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 ""' nun "' in ll. 1 in mil IIIII The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami! Rabbi Appelbaum will preach on "Status or: tistics" (A Foreword to the Problem ol PostwarJn at late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Siste. members will be hostesses during the reception inl Ian hall following the services. Saturday morning i vices. 11 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N.I Third Ave.. Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDM Conservative Past presidents of the congregation will be hoot at the concluding service in the si i ies ol late Ml evening services tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shq will discuss "The Theme Continues." Harry Sit congregation president, will officially close the wi^ series. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandcll will be hosts da the social hour in honor of the engagement of I daughter, Shirley. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose has donated| floral offering in memory of her father. Sabbath! vices. 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva oi Marvin, son of) and Mrs. Ben Markowitz, will be celebrated. St services. 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast club, sored by the P-T A Sunday nioininu at 8:45 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGE TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos. 6 p.m. At the final lute Fi| evening forum of the season, 8:15 p.m., this eva Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Woman. R and informal singing will follow. Adult services. a.m. Saturday. Junior congregation services at tJ mud Torah. 10 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will discuss !" tion of the Week." Shimshon club. 3 p.m. ir.isi stands for Judaism and character and meets unaej direction of Cantor Mamches. Shalos Sudos, n Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Washington Ave.. Miami Beach RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox Friday evening services. 6:15 p.m. Adults" morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi M< *cheloflWH on "The Priestly View." Intermediate services KM escents. 9 a.m. Junior congregation for 6o > *jj of elementary school age. 10 a.m. Bible Stuw. under the direction of S. I. Friedman. S" :I5 p.m. The rabbi will discuss the F ruon Week." MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, M5| clid Ave., Miami Beach RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN Conservative Friday services. 5:45 p.m. Late services, %  Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "Awaiting if ^ The Meaning of Redemption in Jewish Y„ rMC h< morning services. 9 a.m. The rabbi "'"'P' re „ti "Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior coW a.m. Story telling group. 4 p.m. J ol ,' n | a m S 7 p.m. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast %  Young People's league dance, 8:30 p.m. S>u na TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave.d | St., Miami Beach RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL Liberal ^i Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Its A ,.& You Look At Life" at services this Mffl, Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abranam eelebrate his Bar Mitzva at services at ^j d iy. Worshippers are requested to "^" al hat Pie during the 15-minute organ preiuae each service.



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oKt APRIL 5J946_ f Women's Lodge Elect Officers h,,, newly formed Beach chap^"BL BTith Women wiU Lfofflcers at a special meeting "ClJD P."-Tuesday at g,.th Sholom. All women n'dme this mooting will be D ed up as charter members. 5„ Harold Turk, chairman of Rominatim committee, will n t a slate of officers for the W year. Nominations will Bbe accepted from the floor. Fifty members have been enLd already, according to Mrs. .Qoldstrom, chairman of the nbership campaign, who has lounccd that she wants to have members sign the organiza^s charter. sian Jews Seek itives In America veral persons are being Iht by the Union of Russian 5, Inc. which has received sages from Russia for them: :ael Ozyr, message from Tsilia Ozar, married name, ilmk; Zangier family of •m, Poland, from Rabbi Natan per; Wolf. Chana and Alicia ikel of Lodz, from brother, ander Vulfovich Frenkel. rsh, Isaa. Pesi, Doba Zimbal >r's name, Yankel), of Slutsk, Tsirnbal Ovsei Iosifovich of ; Gluckson family of Belsk, Alexandf; Hurwitz. ja Rubin, born Epstein ir's name, David; mother's, 0 from Anna Mine, of iw; Lea Leibovna Fridman, fidze, Vilensk (born Sragofrom Samuil Chaimovich rich. lishe Ro i latt (wife Chana, Kushnir; daughter Gitel, son il), from Ehk Ichilevich lir, of Proskurov; Isaak ich Resnick, from sister', Sonia Ko/nik-Finkelstein; bel Rosenberg of Kerpato, ia, from niece, Ella Mendel+3ewisti fhr Ukui TnTu babu Parade PAGE THREE Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum, 919 S. W. 13th ct., announced the birth of her grandson in Albany, N. Y.. last Thursday. The baby is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Kellner, former Miami rasidents .. Linda Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Alex Brownstein, 1822 Jefferson ave., was born March 19 Sharon Helene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Feinstein, 302 E. Eighth at., Hialeah, March 12 Rashel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Levine, 15 N. E. 91st at, March 12 Hinda Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lauer, Savoy hotel, 252 N. W. Second st., March 15 Elaine Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer Brenner, 31 Vergua ave.. Coral Gables, March 12 Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the recent brisim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Goldweber, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lipowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Laibowite, Judge and Mis. Louie Bondel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seligman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leboyer, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feiffer, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Moe Fenster. 2e4dwta% ^^to&mg, (CONTINUED FROM PAGE i) binchik of LiubonichL Bob, from c usin, D. Gurevitch; M i Raskin of k, from sister, Frida Rudolomon tailor), Moisei and "1 (fathi. s name Abram) of drin, from sister, Sima El. kksandra Pavlovna Eckert, of pina, Lei ingrad, from broINikolai avlovich Shadrin; paHer, from sister, Mrs. palter, of Odessa, furthei details about the Mes and to locate relatives !" lcl '• %  %  i, Poland and occupied territory, write l Union I Russian Jews, P 5W -ndst.. New York 18. 1 GLASS SERVICE lyaU849N.W.20lhSx. I NOW LOCATED AT >W5 N. w. 36th St. g Permanent Address) RSK INSTA LLED W ILE YOU WAIT Phone 78-2120 I* GULL POOL CABANA CLUB Str on th e ocean MIA MI BEACH CA A N A S $250.00 r R SI PERSONS UNVEILIN G The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Benjamin Reisner of 9416 Byron ave., Miami Beach, took place yesterday afternoon at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer officiated, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Arrangements were made by Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Richard Leon Kobrin, husband of Mrs. Betty Kobrin and son of Mrs. Minnie Wolfe, will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Gordon Monument company is directing the arrangements. Friends are requested to attend. is staying with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Auqust, 148 27th st. CALL HIM MISTER Lt. (s. g.) Merton B. Levinson, soon to be Mister Levinson, is on terminal leave from the Navy and very glad of it. Lt. Levinson enlisted in February, 1942, and served in the Atlantic on a subchaser a year and a half before going to the Pacific where he commanded a P.C. boat Now that he's out, he's going to operate the Belle Isle Commercial college in West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs Abe Newman and two children, of New York. The Newmans have been here for two months and will remain for another couple of weeks. Melvin Weinkle has returned with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, from a grocery convention held this week at Boca Raton Arthur S. Kahn entered Jackson Memorial hospital yesterday for an operation Cymie and Herman Kantor are moving to their new home at 2338 S. W. :21st st. this week ... Mr. and Mrs. William Berson, 2400 S. W. 21st st., are getting ready to celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary April 10th. They have a little girl, Susan Laura, just five weeks old, who will help make this year a special one indeed One hundred and five people were over to help Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bandel, 1880 S. W. 15th st., celebrate a bris last Sunday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. The young fellow's name is Frank. The Bandels adopted him when he was a week old and are certainly overjoyed about him When Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lauer, 641 Meridian ave., became the parents of a boy on Feb. 2, they named him Chaim, t after his great uncle, a rabbi in i middle Europe, who lost his life because of Hitler. Rabbi Uri ,Felshon officiated at the recent ibris BEACH Y APPROVES NEW COMMITTEE Plans for the Beach Y's fall fund campaign were advanced at a meeting of its board of directors last week when a proposal to appoint a planning committee was adopted. Also approved was the suggestion that a committee composed of representatives of the Beach and Miami Ys be set up to coordinate and integrate Y activities for the total community. DESERTER SOUGHT Information concerning William James Leehan, alias Fcnnell or Fallon, is being sought by the National Desertion Bureau on behalf of his wife, Geraldine, and two minor children, from whom W MM vn HOP t pONMpOT ^X H0V W Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 he separated in December, 1945. He is alleged to be in Miami. A radio repair worker and restaurant helper, he is 30 years old. 5 ft. S in. tall, weighs 160 lbs., has brown hair and eyes and a scar on the lower part of his cheek. Anyone knowing his whereabouts is requested to communicate with the bureau at 67 W 47th st., Now York city. Through the Vears Without Bler.ish Dade Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. Fifth Street — Miami Serves You Well and With the Finest Phone 3-1430 N#BTttW€ST ,, 77 N. W. 36th Si. Ph. 78-3212 Cardiac Chapter To Cast Ballots 1946-47 officers will be elected by Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y. The slate of officers will be presented by Mrs. Clementine Kemp, chairman of the nominating committee. The general meeting will be preceded by a board meeting at 10:30 a.m. ASTOR HOTEL 956 Washington Ave. American or European Plan Reasonable Daily OP Monthly Ratet Make Your Reservations for Passover Early $8.00 per Day, Room and Board Three Meals Daily STRICTLY KOSHER VENETIAN BLINDS RE CONDITIONED WITH NEW CORNICES CALL 3-5072 For Estimate Same exactness and first quality material used as in new work. ORDER YOUR NEW BLINDS NOW! AWNING CO. VENETIAN BLINDS 545 N. W. 22nd St.—3-5072 AWNINGS 1396 N. W. 36th St.—2-1731 F No T,mb L 1948 "A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitef ish Pike Carp FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries 360 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONES—3-5514—3-5515—3-5516 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TRU-FRUIT PRODUCTS 207 N. E. 39th Street ELECT Paul D. Barns JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT (Group 2) "In Vain Does Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Right." 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APRIL „ Friedman [esent Concert Abra^ Friedman, T L of Bi'th David, fcSTi annual conhe Beth David ** Rewish Folk Chorus 8.15 I; at the synagogue, rSrfave. His. Program tre new Palestinian and %  folk songsC Martin. M. A. Nanjilvron Krasney, mem^f rho.r, w' be prc r lh Jo numbc.s Violin %  Jk Mrs. Rohm will acPhe choir and soloisU at fc,he three years that he t associated with Beth Icantor Friedman lias perPntaj local oi*anl; L was formerly cantor of Lue in Mt Vernon, N.Y. Beach Hadassah Lists Election TROPICAL STILL HAS BEST IN TURFDOM CANTOR FRIEDMAN Jiers Campaigns yd To Veterans %  campaign of George SnathInpwsional c a n d i d a t e, momentum this week as lung veteran continued to veterans' rights and to i the voting record of his fen*.. Pat Cannon, incunv n was scored fr his j 10 vote for a measure to Jabuses" in the veterans' %  stratum and foi failing to Tor the selectivi si i vice bill H, a few months before iHarbor. |im fully in favor of the I believe it.charter to be leatest measure we have for %  tional peace," Smathers jafter quoting Cannon as I he was against any world ation. §ing immediate aid to vetSmathers declared: opponent is not a veteran nows little of the veterans' fcms which are the greatest itc problems facing us toHe voted i i I the Patbill which pn vided for pg for veterans just as he to vote on veterans' istration bill." Jems Win Drama Trophy Presentation of the George Bcrtman trophy was made to the Jems group, following its performance of "Something Different" at the annual dramatic tournament at the Beach Y Sunday evening, according to Jack Marash, executive director. Judges were Mr. Bertram, Mrs. George M. Cohen and Myron Le Boyer. The prize-winning play dealt with the conflict of a young girl with her orthodox family. Other groups who participated in the contest were the Royal Palm and Flamingo chapters of AZA, the Winx and the BBG. Election or officers and a report of the recent southeastern regional conference are the main items listed for the meeting of I Hadassah to be held 1:30 p.m. Monday at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Abraham Goodman has been nominated for reelection to the presidency. Concerned with the maintenance and training of children in Palestine, the organization is forming Youth Aliyah Minyanim which are composed of 10 women who pledge the sum of $369 to aid one child. Already enlisted in the project are the Mesdames Joseph Pomerance, J. Chetkow, Ralph Cohn, J. Dallett, B. Ginsberg, Ida Goldberg. J. Gordon, S. A. Goodman, Sarah Kasman and Alfred Mamlet. Samuel Shapiro, Julius Mufson, M. Uollinger, Sara Hymov, Anna Streuss, Reba Hansel, Alex Sussman, Hy Berman and M. Fine. Women interested in joining one of the groups have been asked to contact the chairman, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild at 6-3342 Tropical Park, with something like 1,700 horses to draw from, gives promise of offering Floridians a high grade of competition right down to the meeting's final on April 19. Latest check on the equine tenants at the Bird rd. course showed 901/ present, while 600 were reported on the grounds at Hialeah Park. Smallest colony in this area is that at Gulfstream Park which totals 200 head. The present session is favored by the fact that there are so many New England and Chicago campaigners now in this sector. Duke Dahlstrom has arranged an attractive program for the present week, one topped by the $10,000 Tropical handicap on Saturday. The band of two dozen cligiblcs in this mile and a sixteenth is headed by such formidable stayers as Occupy and Historian. 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DAYAPRILS, 1946 -Jewlstfhrkflar PAGE SEVEN UZionists fvite M* r Ansel Maurer, author, Edgar AW** d lecturer, ,C ^vS oho principal been '^ tl ,. ,„ h(> held by I t o bo principal F^, Td nnor to be held by rf' 3 Be" h Z..nist district sfet SI Victor hoteL UJ Matthew siivemein. GSrri. was recently namA replacing Judge Harold B. \SH TO SERVE ON ilNAR FACULTY j ac k Marash, executive djtctot of the Beach Y. will T ior Atlanta Tuesday 10 M,i on Ihe faculty of the b ( y Camp seminar sponsftred iIhe souihern section, NaEonal Jewish Welfare board. I Fifteen southern communiL will be represented at jfci iwo-day meeting which is Eejigned" to aid Jewish comeuniir centers in planalnfl lummer day campi. OBITUARIES YANKS Jantral en • %  • %  held Sunday |.\>w Jork ( 1 inka, 42, Ydwl lh.-r• %  WVdl • • %  while vlslt[hij brother, V ; %  Inter-con|t!or. Mr Vai t 400 N. W. inmoved t irom Nee ^ lie ie survived ightl ', %  •• and two i J'k. of .Mil lerry, Navy, %  tfMphla v '< k wee a mm, f.( (ha Ml Jewish orthodox tr*vi'.r. B II be In he pit plot in Ne* I NESTLF.R Jvman Neel Ml Mi-hlnan Miami Beach, died Monday In a feiui. ii, y< are <>K". •vlvlnj an hi Kite, Mrs. Minnie M>r, ^n,l W Matthew and Jmmir, all o( Miami Beach, SorI were held ThUH I RIVerelflB IBrlil chapel, with burial in Mt. i c*m:.r> IS AWARDS PRIZE Mrs. Jonas Kagen, oi York, Pa., K the recipient of .. ti'ild watch I the recent concert sponsored [the MAS Tourists' committee. i prize wm donated by Mr. K. Itin. of Fayettevllle, N. C. Special artist on the program Is Cantor Pink us Borenstein, I Buenos Aires, The concert s highlighted by Cantor Emanuel Barkan, the Jewish Folk Chorus and Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest speaker. Expenses of the concert were paid by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller. Joseph L. Tepper, chairman of the Tourists' committee, was chairman of the concert and was assisted by Harry Levin and B. Wachtell, of Hartford, Conn., who personally sold $300 worth of ticketa. ZOA DEMANDS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) egates to the Congress scheduled for the letter part of June. Declaring that "the primary aim of our movement in this hour is the establishment of a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine," the declaration, issued over the signature of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president of the organization, urges that "all party and group considerations Mrs. Cohen To Present Slate To Auxiliary Mrs. Isidor Cohen will present a slate of officers for 1946-47 at a board meeting of the Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish must be subordinated" to this aim. "Because of our non-partisan outlook and because of the numbers we represent and our historic achievements, we general Zionists are equipped to lead the Zionist movement to victory as we have led it in decades of great achievements in the past." Home for the Aged at her home, 1876 S.W. 10th st., 2 p.m. Tuesday. Elections will be held at the general membership meeting April 30. Serving with Mrs. Cohen on the nominating committee are Mrs. Louis Brown, Mrs. David Singer, Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. B. Kandel and Mrs. I. Langner. Mrs. Joel Zalis, president, has requested board members to turn in ticket money from the recent card party at the meeting Tuesday. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND — more ugnificant this Passover than ever before! |HOROWITZ-MARGARETEIi| MATZOHS M w>h Meal, Cake Meal, I ttMattohs,Whole Wheat Manohs, Egg Barky, Potato "** Mix and Potato Starch. Ne dy a score of high JNky unraiio„ C( / products "M help make limited JjJ go funher-enhance Wliday menus! Distributed by r ATl 0NAL BRANDS, INC. *£ W. ,3,h StoMl JP*MI, FLORIDA WINE ftOSHtR toR PASSOVER ******* a-**'a. IKMUCX WM