The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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^^77^. THE JEWISH UNI Y
ann
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
\NUMBER 6
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
0..S. ACCEPT DP'S
PHI] ELPHIA, (JTA)
on to the United
0,000 displaced per-
I rate of 100,000 an-
been proposed by Earl
Chairman of the
mmittee on Displaced
1 U. S. representative
ergovernmental Corn-
Refugees
hai '" ', that there has been a
ipaign [ misrepresentation
and distorfion concerning un-
igi ,1.....nto the United States."
I said that the Citi-
nittee would spearhead
get legislation passed
Hit teasion of Congress
B 400,000 DP s to enter
1 the regular quota sys-
falsifications from
tees Seek to cleate the
, that a regular swarm
Mn Europe has been
coming into this coun-
rriaon declared. "This
[ falsification is de-
ft Up a smoke screen so
tfacts will be obseur-
real situation dis-
/
Irgun Defies Martial Law Threat;
Agency Denies British Charge
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The-?
Jewish Agency denied the charge
in yesterday's British ultimatum
that the resolutions against ter-
rorism adopted by the Jewish Na-
tional Council and other Jewish
authorities were insincere and
merely "purported" to condemn
bloodshed.
MYERS RENAMED
TO NATIONAL POST
The Jewish underground defied
the threat of British martial law
today and appealed for world sup-
port in its battle against British
rule.
A broadcast by Irgun Zvai
Leumi, paraphrasing Winston
Churchill's wartime defiance of
Stanley C. Myers was unani-'. Germany, said, "We know the
An Agency spokesman told a; mously reelected president of the road to freedom and peace leads
press conference that "there is no \ National Council of Jewish Fed- through tears, blood, pain and
warrant whatsoever for this im- erations and Welfare Funds at sweat, but you free nations are
plied charge of insincerity. The the conclusion of a four-day con- bound in honor to assist this
government should be fully aware ference Monday at Atlantic City.: bleeding nation in its unparall-
of how strongly the Agency and ; Myers, who is currently chair- eled struggle for freedom.
the Vaad Leumi condemn blood- man of the local Combined Jew- I
shed.' ish Appeal campaign of the:
We will not surrender."
Gen. Sir Alan Cunningham,
The spokesman said that the Greater Miami Jewish Federa- high commissioner for Palestine,
lau to Address
I Hollywood
orgenthau, jr., nation-
\ot the SI70.000,000
ih Appeal, will ad-
ecial invitational gath-
> Hollywood Beach
toy on the needs of the
fluids to continue its
tllef atJd rehabilitation
irope and Palestine.
to the South Florida
a included among the
) attending the all-
t will be Henry Montor.
ivJ vice chairman of UJA.
. tuest speaker at a din-
last night at the Shel-
L With Mr. and Mrs.
Iroad as hosts. Montor
dew i ib his recent visit to Pal-
estii
had given the Jewish agency un-
til Monday to make a public ap-
peal for Jewish support in the
anti-underground drive.
Should the agency agree, it has
ultimatum received from the gov- tion, has been an outstanding fig-
ernment had been communicated ure in the local and national
to members of the executive in scene, having headed most of the
London, Washington and New major local Jewish organizations
York and that a reply will be sent at one time or another. A found-
in due course "The executive j er of Miami's Federation, he also seven days in which to begin op-
therefore does not propose at, was chairman of the 1946 Dade erations against the extremists,
this stage to enter in the very \ County Community Chest cam- Meanwhile, it was learned that
matters contained in the' Paign. | official proclamations of martial
The assembly expressed its law have already been prepared
concern at the "strict military by the government's printing of-
grave
letter," he added.
Mrs. Goldie Meirson, head of
.. T ___,: t ,u a discipline that has been imposed lice.
the Jerusalem section of the Ag- ._,... .___j__t I pi
in Palestine in the past few days."
It also voiced "strong objections
to the continued delay in the
I admission of thousands of refu-
tine as their only hope for re-
habilitation."
ency's political department, ap-
pealed to both the British and
Palestine Governments to recon-
sider their actions. Speaking at a'
___, **, ,. gees who anxiously look to Pales-
tenth anniversary concert of the f .u_. _,.[ ,____t__
Palestine Symphony Orchestra, i
She declared that "we will enter
the new situation not broken-
hearted, but with the same spirit
of self-confidence, quietude and
decision as we had before." She
warned that "the Yishuv, which is
essentially constructive and crea-
tive, will not yield to the demand
to do things against its conscience,
even compelled to do so by force."
Mayer Israel Rokach of Tel
Aviv, who has been participat-
ing in the urgent meetings of the
Agency executive, added his
voice to the appeal to Britain to
refrain from using force. He
stressed that there was no neces-
sity to evacuate British women
and children since "the Yishuv
(Continued on Page 4)
The official note sent to the
agency by Chief Secretary Sir
Henry L. Gurney declared that
despite the recent resolution of
the Jewish National Council,
there have been no indications
that the Jewish community
Uley Lauds A.1C Efforts;
1st Campaign Launched
fcmei Jewish Congress'
rogram of political action
tion to promote human
eived high commenda-
tion from Sen.
[JAlben W. Bark-
[ley of Kentucky
when he spoke
at a cocktail
party given in
this honor by
the manage-
ment of the
(Martinique ho-
tel. rA i a m i
Beach, Wednes-
day evening.
In response to
[the former ma-
Nority leader's
J of the hotel
roximately $15,000 to
AJC'S fight against dis-
JO. The affair Wednes-
g was part of a month-
n which the Ameri-
Congress is ronduct-
winter visitors here.
arkley lauded the
0 establish political,
nd social democracy
Hpnphasis to the
Hpe to eliminate
Spmployment.
Senator Barkley
address, guests
economic
He praised the American Jew-
ish Congress for its part in secur-
ing fair employment practices
legislation in New York and
Massachusetts and for continuing
the effort throughout the country.
Barkley also pointed out the
fight which AJC is conducting to
secure for Jewish students equal
opportunity with others for ad-
mission to professional schools.
AJC is not a political organiza-
tion in the sense of a political
party but in that it seeks to ap-
ply the rules of justice to gov-
ernment on the state, national
and local levels, he explained.
Through the establishment and
enforcement of sound legislation
and through education AJC hopes
to establish equality of rights and
opportunity for all without re-
gard for race, color, religion or
position, he said.
"We will not have full equality
in this country so long as any
man who is required to fight for
the country is denied the right to
vote and it will avail us little to
have the right to vote if we are
denied the right to jobs accord-
ing to our skills and ability,"
(Continued on Page 4)
The general assembly went on planned to cooperate with "se-
record as "voicing the hope that
the vigorous measures now in ef-
fect in Palestine will be immedi-
ately relaxed." It urged the gov-
ernment of Great Britain to take
immediate steps for the entry into
Palestine "of the fullest number"
of Jewish survivors.
The assembly also urged that
the government of the United
States "immediately open the
doors of this country to admit a
maximum number of European
refugees and displaced persons by
expediting the activity of the
American consulates in various
countries, thereby setting an ex-
ample to the rest of the countries,
of the world to take similar ac-
ton."
Other resolutions adopted rec-
ommend that:
1. All Jewish communities in
the United States meet to the full-
est measure of their resources
their full responsibility to the
(Continued on Page 4)
BULLETIN
Cardiac Jamboree
Dinner Shows Planned
Change in plans have been
been made to conform with the
new policy adopted by night club
owners and entertainers for the
fourth annual sponsors' jamboree
of the National Children's Car-
diac Home, it was announced by
Harry Saffer, president.
In its stead, three dinner events
will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 16, simultaneously at the
Beachcomber, Latin Quarter and
Cop? Cabana whose entire facili-
ties have been reserved for this
event.
Originally scheduled for the
fronton, reservation holders will
be given seating in one of the
Reservations may still be made
at any of the three clubs, the
Cardiac Home, or at special
booths in Burdine's Miami and
Miami Beach stores all day Tues-
day and Friday, Feb. 11 and 14.
curity forces" in maintaining or-
der. It added:
"I am now to invite your at-
tention to the extreme gravity of
the situation which has been cre-
ated by these continued refusals
and to ask you to state categoric-
ally at once whether the agency
and Vaad Leumi are prepared
within seven days to lend their
aid to the government by co-
operating with the police and
armed forces in locating and
bringing to justice members of
terrorist groups."
The ultimatum to the agency
follows the first open clash be-
tween the Haganah and the dis-
sidents, although there have been
reports recently that the Palmach,
(Continued on Page 4)
BENEFIT 0. OP M.
A gift made by Benjamin E.
Bronston, Miami Beach realtor,
this week makes the University
of Miami the first school in the
country to have a full-time pro-
fessorship in intercultural edu-
cation.
A workshop in intercultural
education will be offered this
summer. The director, who is
to be chosen by the university and
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, will also teach
intercultural education courses
next fall.
A native of Wichita, Kans., Mr.
Bronston came to the Miami area
as a retired importer in 1933 and
became active in the real estate
field. A frequent visitor to
Europe, he and his family made
their home in Switzerland and
Italy for several years following
his retirement. He is South Flor-
ida president of the American
Council for Judaism and has
served as finance committee
chairman of the Miami Round
Table, NCCJ.
DIVISIONS ACCEPT
LARGE QUOTAS IN
CJA FUND DRIVE
The liquor division of the 1947
Combined Jewish Appeal pledged
itself yesterday to a quota of
$150,000 in the fund raising drive
for $1,309,741 which will begin
March 2. Acceptance of the un-
dertaking was announced at a
luncheon in Al's Rendezvous, Mi-
ami Beach, by Stuart Gordon and
Aaron Leban, cochairmen of the
division.
Announcement of the liquor
division quota followed a report
that Miami Beach hotel men will
make an all-out drive for half-a-
million dollars towards the total
goal.
A fund-raising dinner will be
given by the liquor group in the
Latin Quarter Sunday evening.
Sidney Flatow, former UNRRA
director in Germany, will be the
guest speaker. Some 200 liquor
men in the Greater Miami area
have been invited.
Captains in the division who
will work under Gordon and Le-
ban are Norman Brown, Sam
Gold, E. V. Marias, Frank M.
Lazarus, Ben Mitchell, Harry
Goodman, I canard Weisberg, Sol
Shapiro, Bernie Norman, Simon
Gerson, Lewis W. Gorfine, Harry
Sanger and William Lee.
Also Perry Marks, Jake Ehrlich,
Jimmy Weiskopf, Ben Danbaum,
Monte Selig, Ned Sail, Joseph R.
Stein, Wm. D. Singer, William
Glick, Martin Rakow, Arthur
Greenwald, Saul Weinstein and
Bill Goldstaub.
An executive committee for the
hotel effort was appointed this
week by Sam Lachman and Irv-
ing Frankel, cochairmen of the
special hotel men's division. Mem-
bers are Robert Adler, Abe Allen-
berg, Dave Andron, Sam Bast,
Ben Ginsberg, Alex Gordon and
Abe Greenberg.
Also Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Paul Grossinger, Nat Hankoff,
Harry Kohn, Dave Levinson, Mrs.
Bertha Malamut, Mickey Mich-
aels, Joe Morris, Leo Robinson,
Joe Rose, Sam Rivkind, Herman
Schatzberg and J. Meyer Schine.
Representatives of 83 trades and
professions in Greater Miami
convened Wednesday at the first
mass rally of the CJA trades
division at Miami Beach head-
quarters, 1660 Michigan ave. Co-
chairmen of the division are Ned
Sail and Herbert Scher.
With only a few more weeks
to go before the campaign be-
gins, workers are increasing their
efforts.
Sidney Flatow will address the
town lawyers' division at a cock-
tail party at 4 p.m. today in Henry
Williams' office, 1009 duPont bldg.
Dr. Irving Gordon and Dr.
Frank Coret, cochairmen of the
dentists division, will hold an or-
ganizational meeting of their
group at Federation headquarters
at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The entire campaign cabinet
will meet for lunch at noon Wed-
nesday in the McAllister hotel.
PALESTINE ECONOMICS
I. R. Goodman, member of the
National Zionist Executive coun-
cil, will speak on the "Economic
Development of Palestine by the
Jews" on the weekly "Palestine
Reports" broadcast at 7:45 p.m.
Sunday over WKAT. This series
of broadcasts is sponsored by the
Miami Beach Zionist district


PAGE TWO
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PESSELS ANNOUNCE
TWINS' BETROTHAL
Pertonally Speaking
Mrs.
taiTe/at l^ch^n ai'hir home Glasse,-were
-,onor of her twins birtnaay
Em a nuel picture postcard tavi
Caribbean hotel.
Noon Wedding Unites
Two Beach Residents
* A home wedding at high noon
Mrs. Rose Brown of New Haven Glasser ir0
Conn., and Mrs. Nat Hochman ^r. and Ms ^
of Jersey City, N. J. Assishng of SP0*^" ven and Wil-
,he hostess were Mrs. Robert three sons. Stephen, a
Brenner and Mrs, Norman Joe- Uam and Thomas, ^ ^
piro's father, Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. Mr. Shapiro is vice
president 0f the Spartanburg
obs of Miami. Mrs. Stern will
return to New York at the end
of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq
mony w
reception at tht .
The bride is the daughter of
Mr ar.d Mis I. Efferoff of 1401
Bay rd., where the wedding was
held The bridegroom's parents
are Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz of
3782 Chase ave.
A former student of the Uni-
versity of Miami and member of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, the
bride was attended by her sister-
in.law, Mrs. W. Blumenthal
while a classmate, Louis Arono-
vitz, was best man for Mr. Kranz.
and a half
Aim Pessel
Carrying out the tradition that
twins act alike, the Misses Anne
and Ruth Pessel became engaged
within 24 hours of each other
though they were 1.500 miles
apart. Announcement of their
betrothals is made by their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pes-
sel, 1144 Marseilles dr., Normandy
Isle.
Miss Anne Pessel. who will be
married to Robert Desmond Hays
in April, is a graduate of East
Washington High school. Wash-
ington, Pa., and attended Penn-
sylvania State college.
Her fiance, son of Mrs. Des-
mond B. Hays and the late Mr.
Hays of Miami Beach, attended
high school in Louisville. Ky and
the University of Florida where
he was a member of Pi Lambda
Phi. During the war he was an
AAF pilot and served in Italy.
Miss Ruth Pessel. who is now
in Washington, Pa., just became
engaged to Bruce Fielding of
Cleveland, Ohio.
OUUI.U-., After serving two and a
Mr. and Mrs. irvinq g;"".--... ,.dae Althouqh he years In the Army Mr. Kranz is
Schwartz are entertaining their B nai Bnth lodqe. A a ^ ^
relatives Mrs. J. Baker of la- 1S, nlY sl* vea ". v guages at the University of Flor-
ae. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam- already plays .he piano. ^ ^ p,ans t h after hls
uel D Ribak of Easley. S. C ,0n7(h^et4 War Veterans graduation m August.
and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ribak of ^'*e, e,YS" is in the Following short honeymoon
Mt Vernon N. Y. Mrs. Elsie for the past wo years^ newlyweds will
~ ass re SH3833 -
ise sf jf* g EKraattx New to Be Home
v plan to spend a SjOlWH ft ^^^^ F,a p^ Arthur pinkels
A home in New York is being
planned by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Benedict Finkel following their
honeymoon in Cuba. Mr. Finkel
and the former Miss Beverly Leve
of Chicago were married at the
home of the bridegroom's parents,
Ben Finkel, 4115
Sunday afternoon
by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Leve of Chicago, and a
former student of the University
of Chicago, was attended by her
cousin, Miss Florence Salzberg.
Elmer Finkel served as best man
for his brother who is a veteran
of five years' service with the
U. S. Army medical corps and
FRIDAY, FEBRu^j
Miss Gold, Lt.
To Exchange
Miss Evelyn Gold'of,
become the bride 7%
Cutler of PhiUdelph0' *
ceremony at the hlf1
parents. Mr and C*'
431 N. W
Gold,
32nd
month here
Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Sun-
shine are planning a series of
social events for their house-
guests, their sister-in-law, Mrs.
L. P. Klausner, their niece, Mrs.
Selma Deutsch, and Mrs.
Deutsch's son Jeffrey, who are
visiting here from Lynbrook,
L.I.
Mrs. Joseph Berman enter-
officers at Pass-a-Gnlle,
upon his discharge.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shedrow of
Cordele. Ga., are the parents of
a son, Clayton Barry, born Jan.
26. Mrs. Shedrow is the former
Margie Horowitz of Miami.
Newest airival in the Harold
Turk family is theii baby daugh- Mr. and Mrs
ter who was born yesterday at Pine Tree dr.,
p.m. Sunday. Rabbi? l
tei will officiate at 1
which will be foll0 *L
ception for friends and'1
Later the immediate f
attend a dinner at ik,
restaurant.
A graduate of Mi^
High school and JewT
Training School for
Philadelphia, the brkU
attended by her sa
Milton Cutler will hi
for his brother.
Lt. Cutler is the son
Mrs. Joseph Cutler, pn
Pa., and a graduate
versity of Pennsylva
school.
Out-of-town guests vjJ
the bride's grandmother,!
A. Laibow and Mr. and!
Zisman of Atlantic Citjl
Mr. and Mrs. Philip B|
West Palm Beach. Fli,,
and Mrs. Sidney Krj
Philadelphia.
After a week's horn
Havana, the couple i
their home at San Am
where Lt Cutler b)M
the Army medical en
recto
;'oun<
utts
nitl
I
Si. Francis hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arginlar
will be hosts at the Breakfast
club Sunday morning at Beth
David in memory of Mr. Argin-
tar's father and in gratitude for
Mr. Argintar's recovery from ill-
ness. The weekly breakfasts are
sponsored by the P.T.A.
We Buy Sell Rent
Tune Pianos
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
She has a
Mrs Josepn on.u.i -; si .old gister, Cornelia,
tamed the board of th Miami J 22-months-old brother.
Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood u
at tea Monday afternoon at her Jonatnan._______________
hE and Mrs. Samuel P. CINCINNATI IS SCENE
Parness returned to their home OF LEVINE NUPTIALS
in The Bronx, N. Y., this week The wedding ()1 M;,s Joyce
after spending two months B M ,,, Miami Beach and -
,here. Mr. Parness is the brother Alv:n ,;,v,,,. of Cincinnati will ifraduate of New York unjverrttjr.
of Max A. Parness of Miami. take pli e Sunday at Uu Nethi
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sohmer, lands Plaza hotel in Cincinnati,
son-in-law and daughter of Mr. The bride's parents. Mr and Mrs
and Mrs. Paul Raff of Miami, John Myers, 1575 Drexel ave, to-
are spending the winter at the gether with their son, Leroy, and
Pierre hotel, Miami Beach. The son-in-law and ter, Mr and
Sohmers are from Forest Hills, Ml Seymour Esbin, are in Cin-
y cmnati tor the ceremony and plan
Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brook- '"""" Portly afterwards.
Veterans holding HH priority
certificates are eligible to pur-
chase government buildings in
Florida through War Assets Ad-
ministration.
The bi idi is a graduate of Mi
lyn is spending a few weeks ^B^Tm^^^di Z-
with her son, Rabbi David Raab |ent .,, ,.,. Universitv ,, M
in Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. Ida M, _,.v.... ..,,. (lrfj Ohjo s,.|t(.
Simons of New Haven, Conn., university and th
is visiting her nephew and Cincinnati He
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Luther charged from the Army where he
QCn C \lf 1 -7*U ( .... I. .. .. ..1. ..' ...;_
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was recently dis-
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Choose sets for your bath-
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Bromberg, 2350 S. W. 17th ter. held the rank of captain.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver,-----------------------------
950 Jefferson ave., are making Surplus unused food carts,
a trip this week to Camp Osce- ;"i;'l"l to several uses, are for
ola, Hendersonville. N. C, and [?le by W;" Assets Administra-
will visit friends and campers '_______________________
oi Osceola while en route, "^^^^"^^^^^"^^^^m
Their itinerary includes At- GARDENIAS
lanta, Asheville, Savannah, ORCHIDS
Augusta, Moultrie and Jackson-
ville. Travelling with them are
Mrs. Silver's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Segal of Miami
Beach.
Camp
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Inc.
FOR GIRLS
ON OSCEOLA LAKE
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Telephone Dorothea Dubler at
9-1923
Miami Girls 6 to 16 Now
Being Enrolled
C E M E TE
The only family
sixteen graves 1
the Jewish section
lawn Park Cemete-rH
available for resck I
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Telephone 3-1141
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Prepared correctly by our Ta, Department. Office hour. 9 A.M. to
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4AMI A,l i HI
OR. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL
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Announce the removal of their offices
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10
ARSHIP AT I
fc\ student at the Uni-
TMiami will be able to
Kis studies with the aid
! scholarship established
lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Evening at a special
. officers and trusteees.
holarship which will
j $200 per semester, will
[for one "year beginning
Itcr pending permanent
|nts, according to Sam
iesident.
fct of the scholars!';p
at the Hillel house in
for the award. Eli Hur-
named chairman of the
arrangements com-
|bbi Albert Michels, di-
I the University Hillel
I, is assisting the com-
[selection of the recir
Imeeting Monday night
co Serotta was elected
nal delegate to the Hil-
ry council; Eli Hurwitz
to represent the lodge
lard of the Bureau of
fcducation, and Marx
yas selected as an addi-
entative to the Greater
rish Federation.
ibor Committee
s Fund Drive
ational goal of $1,750,-
thi- Jewish Labor com-
It. Atlantic City conven-
weekend, the local
the committee is in-
its fund raising ef-
jing to Z. J. Lichten-
^' t of the local drive,
to be sponsored by
*tee will star Hertz
uropean actor who is
his many character-
ed Estelle Glazer, lyric
piano. They will ap-
y evening, Feb. 16, at
Beach Senior High
will aid Jewish or-
irpe. Of the national
JM is to be set aside
t.ition of Jewish ref-
alestine.
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M.IN LOUIS GERBER
Judge Spaet Reelected
Aged Home President
Judge Harold B. Spaet of Miami
Beach was reelected president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
last Thursday evening.
Named to serve with him were
Sydney L.
Weintraub, Max
Greenberg and
Gus Trau, vice
presidents; Joel
Zalis, financial
secretary; Mrs.
Benjamin Ap-
pel, correspond-
ing secretary;
Mrs. Benjamin
SPAET Sherry, record-
ing secretary,
and Samuel Rltler, treasurer.
New board of the Home in-
cludes the following three-year
members: Jacob Chaves, Harry
Horowitz, Harry Levine, Oscar
Mamber, Harold Shapiro, Philip
Auvnberg, Morris Wolf, Benja-
min Sherry, Max iber, David
Liebman, I. M. Lieberman, Dr.
Lester Stepner, Sydney L. Wein-
traub, Morris E. Rubin, Joseph
Socolof, Gus Trau and Louis Gill-
man.
Two year board members are
Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Benjamin
Appel, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Samuel Ritter, Mrs. Moses Krie-
gar. Max Greenberg, Bernard
Feiner, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
Jacob Plotkin, Harry Danziger, A.
M. Bear, Abraham Goodman, N.
H. Darsky, Dr. Charles Lippow,
Joel Zalis and Herman Bach.
Elected to serve on the board
for one year were Harry A. Corn-
blum, Nathan Glosser, S. B. Mill-
er, Irving Frankel, Mrs. Fanny
Land, Max Orovitz, Frank Beck-
er, Samuel Aronstein, Benjamin
Kane, Paul Raff,, Samuel Rein-
hard, Harold B. Saet, M. H. Fran-
kel, Monte Selig, Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry, S. Lobel and Leo Robin-
son.
CARDIAC TAG DAY
SLATED FOR FEB. 15
Final plans for a county-wide
"Mending Hearts Tag Day" will
be discussed at a meeting of the
Dade chapter, National Children's
Cardiac Home, 1:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Beach Y.
Tag day is slated for Feb. 15 in
conjunction with the Feb. 16
Jamboree of the Home, accord-
ing to Harry Saffer, national pres-
ident.
The tags, to be distributed by
hundreds of Dade county women
on streets throughout the city,
will be miniature mending hearts,
symbolical of the work done at
the Cardiac Home here in aiding
children stricken with rheumatic-
fever heart disease.
Members of the Dade chapter
will be aided on tag day by the
Co-Workers league. Miss Roslyn
King is chairman of the Dade
chapter committee and Mrs. Hay-
den Stouffer is head of the Co-
Workers league. Miss King will
be assisted by Mrs. Joseph Miller.
Volunteer workers will be
needed for the drive and are re-
quested to call Miss King at the
Cardiac Home, 4250 W. Flagler
st.
At the Dade chapter meeting
next Wednesday arrangements
will also be made for the annual
pledge luncheon to be held March
12 at the Steak House, according
to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, presi-
dent.
Mrs. David de Sola Pool
To Address Luncheon
Mrs. David de Sola Pool, for-
mer national president of Hadas-
sah, will be guest speaker at the
second annual Youth Aliyah
luncheon to be held at the Roney
Plaza hotel at 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
day.
In charge of the luncheon is a
local Hadassah committee com-
posed of Mrs. Samuel Hyman and
Mrs. Morris Gettleman, cochair-
man; Mrs. Alex Van Straaten,
Mrs. Sam Sapiro, Mrs. Sam Lip-
ton, Mrs. Bernard Cohen, Mrs.
Milton Harris, Mrs. Norman Lcib-
ling, Mrs. Mickey Michaels. Mrs.
Charles Cohen and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis.
JWV Women Plan Tea
A membership tea sponsored by
the Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans will take place at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at the YWCA, 108 S.
E. First ave. Sisters, wives and
mothers of veterans are invited
to attend.
A recreation room for the use
of Nautilus Veterans' hospital
patents has been furnished by
the auxiliary. The patients will
find lounging chairs, books, mag-
azines, a writing desk, stationery
and a telephone at their disposal.
Plans are being completed for a
party formally opening the lounge
on Feb. 24.
!
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Veterans may be certified to
buy surplus at seven WAA of-
fices in Florida.
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Something New...
IN THIS COMMUNITY
A Modern, Progressive
ACADEMY
Offering Your Boy and Girl a
COMBINED HEBREW AND PUBLIC SCHOOL
EDUCATION
This new academy has Just been established by promi-
nent leaders in our own community so that our children
may obtain a thorough and intensive Hebrew training as
well as an excellent and progressive secular education.
The academy is located at the Y. M. H. A. Building,
1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Registration is now in
progress with limited enrollment.
THESE ARE THE FACTS:
# The Academy will be accredited by the Board of
Public Instruction
Licensed and experienced instructors
Transportation to and from the Academy
# IB 1A children are being accepted
Special Kindergarten
Groups for Oiiltlren
4 TO SVi YEARS OF AGE
For Further Particulars Communicate with Office5-5319
Between 9:00-12:00 A.M.
Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy
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Editorial
face Facts
JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL
Encouraged by nation-wide, one1 even^world-wide; acdajmj
Bw GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Reoional D r,
AtIti-Dcfamation I-0'"
Encouraged by nation-wide, and even w-/ ^usic^ A va.,nt but v.....fully feeble
of Jewish music week programs last year the >ew*hJTS'^ VJJ was made this we
Coincil representing ^^r^V^tS^TlaS one'ine X
announced for this year a Jewish Music lestival lasung one
erSTmonth. from Feb. 7 to March 6 It is the 1hoped the
council "that this intensive activity will reach the masses o ; ,
ceoole upon whose appreciation and interest the development Kn ,u R ..,
oTIewish^musical acuity in America' tepe^ The^wj* ,
Music Council is sponsored by the NaUonal Jewish Weltare ;, ;; El e.e uj^^^
board '
In embarking on its avowed aim of stimulating an interest
and coordinating Jewish musical activities m our country, the as C Ru,
Music CouncU has striven from its beginning ir .May 945. w ^
develop an understanding and respect for Jewish cu urein e
community at large." At the same Ume, the council
Goodman to Describe
Visit to Palestine
ru8l returned from Palestine
n attending the World Zionist
I r, Goodman of St.
SECOND YIDDISH jjfl
SLATED FOR SUNDAT
Additional members of ih. Vj I
dish Nite cast were arm *l
this week by Ben Essen __!
and director of the '
Congress, I v.'"""'"-" "'""and director of the .hn, 7*
K Ma. will be guert speaker wi m_ke ^ow^
the meeting Of th? .M'S at p.m. Sunday ov .Z'ft
h group ..f Hadassah at .30 Miami Beach Senjor mg^
They are Sam S.lver^S
lodge, B'nai D{j
_- B'naj h
which sponsors the musical S
and Jerome Weinklc. Silver**
appear in the schoolroom JJ
and Weinkle will recite lI


,-luu <'" .....
into thro* s. they
. i, ->
ty at large." At me same ume, .o --*r-_---_ .
clearly in View the broader aim of making a.contnbutionto \t
cultural liie of America. The council may view withi prideithj
fruits Oi its labors last year. Through its efforts over 200 Jewish
nranhizations seven national hook-ups, and thousands of Jew- f 13 Klans
?8rcemers synagogues and USO clubs participated. Going
V This year, with signs pointing to the partiapatjon aqam of K1
thousands of Jewish communities and some non.Jewah a9*e s : Jr.. tele-
the council has published a Manual on Music Fest val ana Inas m
made available from its headquarters at the National Jewish P^.. .
Weliare Board printed aids, posters, mats and articles.
Interest in the Music Festival will doubtless be enhanced
this year through the announcement of a competition for .he c
bett&h musical compositions. The council will award a S e 99
oSe Tll.000 for the be* work of symphonic demensions;
SsM for a chamber orchestral work, and S500 taajjcj h of ,he ^
play suitable to be performed by younq people in theJo nni of
Sn operetta, or dramatic narrative for use on Jewish festivals
FundVfor the prizes have been made available by the Cleve-
land Jewish Community Council and the Esco fund.
It is a truism that great social and cultural movements do
not occur in a vacuum-and this is certainly true of the coming
Music Festival. Included in the programs this year will be
songs sung in concentration camps as well as those but recently
heard from the lips of the Cyprus deportees To all men of
qood will these must serve as a reminder of the plight oi thou-
Icmds of Jews in DP camps and that in Palest,ne a deafly Ku Klux
struggle is going on on whose early resolution depends the p whjch was
morous poem.
The lodge has
deal of effort
Monday Ho will be intro-
S^edbyMrs Milton Sirkln, pro-
gram chairman.
-'Annual report of the groups
tree project will be given by Mrs.
M ,x VVeisel A musical program
;,.; bc presented at the close of
the business session.
Mrs Abraham Goodman and
Mrs ,i Swerdlin will be official
delegates of the local chapter at
egional conference to beheld
n Atlanta Feb. 16-18.
cooperating in a national j 330 Seybold bk)
. ,ast year tohelpfoundl
tier's village winch will be
I Palestine to resettle
l Jews who served in
v. the local chap-
I Hadassah will undertake
ign to help estab-
ther settlement for the
ng to Mis Feda Kal-
spent a w
1 "i-ranginn
" event 3;,
P'ogram.
are still avil
able at the Shole
all-Yiddish comedy
part of its cultural
A few tickets
lem lodge ggJ
MYERS RENAMED TO
NATIONAL POST
(Continued from Page 1)
many needs of Jews at home
abroad in 1947.
2. The coordination develoj
through the United Jewish U
4
line tu Mis I- ecia rvai- I ""
i ,i i,.. peal be extended to inc udm
rtis, : il__S_^ &-_! *- <*:
seeking
:
officials of the KKK have like-
wise have been frying lo cloak
their aims with respectability.
In Orlando recently the Klan
wrote letters to the editors of
the local papers asserting that
the Klan is purely a "fraternal,
benevolent, charitable" organ-
ization which "is opposed to
violence.'
However, one of the three in-
ah, the group is
t-to-i oast drive.
50 p. r.-nt of the
iscd will go tow-
. iiiage project,
gram ision control,
tion.
Jewish Folk Chorus
Honors Noted Conductor
Max
.
Jew ish
I I New York,
i-onductor of Jewish folk
led the Greater Miami
Fnlk C i at a recent
fate of millions.
Cornerstone Program
Receives Cooperation
Monte Selig, chairman of the
cornerstone laying committee for
the Miami Y, announced that
through the cooperation of the
City of Miami police department.
S. W. 16th ave. between Fourth
and Fifth sts., will be roped off
during the cornerstone laying
ceremony Sunday afternoon. Feb.
23, between 2 and 5 o'clock. Seats
will be provided for the public.
Another feature of the after-
noon will be the Greater Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus which will
render several selections.
The main speaker will be an-
nounced in next week's issue of
The Jewish Floridian.
Barkley Lauds AJC;
(Continued from Page 1
Senator Barkley said in
support for AJC.
Warning that ignorance is "the
most fertile soil for the cultiva-
tion of pn Barkley
phasized the itual un-
derstanding between tl i
of Amei ii
"Hitler rode to powi
hatred for the Jews We cannot
take a chance that thi
any such propaganda can take
root in America." he declared.
The senator was introduced by
Bernard Gittleson. who is here
to direct the drive amon
ists.
Gittleson described t' thi
parts of the AJC p:
tion before the Fedi ral C immu-
nications Commission I | event
the New York Daily New- :
securing a radio stati in and its
held in his honor "at
yi
At th< welcoming pai ty follow-
Mr. Helsman
rtted the Chorus on its
nd urged the members to
tuate Jewish song and cul-
i Mr Helsman is visiting Mi-
ami ; t time. A P. Gan-
: director of the Bureau of
; lucation, also add r<
The chorus conducted bj Louis
ehearsii for a con-
1 held March 2i.
Magician Entertains at Y
The Miami Y will play host to fid at the N u
boys and girls this afternoon at 4
o'clock when Ernie Rosco,
Klan of Florida, which was
chartered in the Orlando area
on Sept. 7th, 1944, in a move lo
dodge the Federal lax lien
against the Klan. is A F. Gill-
man of Clarcona. Stetson
"Southern Exposure" Kennedy
reports that this individual is
none other than Arlie F. Gill-
man, who was indicted for sec-
ond degree murder in the death
of Joseph Shoemaker in Tampa
ir 1935.
Shoi _______
i Modi n an -, -in j
Council President
Issues Statement

ild be
to bi
.... .
Klan-K

to sit ii
hot tar. Shoi 1 afl
:
n ested oi
the maximum degree of effecthjl
ness in national planning andj
tional fund raisins can be actual
ed for the benefit of the conn
nity and for the benefit of;
persons who are being saved
3. Jewish national organizati
which are planning capital 1
projects should develop thdri
paigns only with the greatest)
care and in consultation withl
council of Jewish Federations!
Welfare Funds and the com
nity. Organizations contempl
ing such campaigns should
mit to the council detailed
ports on their project and.
council, after thorough study i
the proposal, should report I
findings to the community.
ma-
gician, will entertain. Athletic-
games and contests of all sorts
will also be on the program.
Children of grade school age
are invited. Admission is free.
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OFFICE and PLANT
21 S. W. Second Avenue
the American Jewish Congr.
' W.,
did lai
: f Dec
^t the I ped
eported that G


i : v ; : .
ted at O
rs of I
n told
' the K
':
: thi
were recently hailed by Justice
Robert Jackson as beini
ble for the bulk of <
mitted as the war crimes I
Charles Cohen, owner
Martinique hotel, was host
affair Wednesday evening A
number of other events a
:ng planned at Bi ai h I
ing the campaign
No local residents will be ap-
proached in the drive,
American Jewish Congn
receive an allocation :
from funds i aised in thi
coming Combined Jewi
of the Greater Miami .!
Federation.
.i statement
5. Zionist en prepared
lollars fi-
llegal immigration of
Palestim !. sing J.
president of the
' Council for Judaism.
that the American
entitli 1 to know that
regard for law
I n it reflect the
all Americans of
lith.
ed to press re-
iti ment by Dr. Eman-
Neumann, vice president of
' conference in
:. was further
ng that American
' Great
th
: rftercy and
AGENCY DENIES
BRITISH CHARGES
(Continued from Page II
the Haganah's striking force,
thwarted several extremist
erations. Haganah members|
ing placards informing driven!
defend themselves against
rorists seeking to use their i
clashed Sunday night in Tel.
with [rgunists who attempted!,
remove the post) rs
No date has been fixed for!
hanging of Dov Gruner, it
reported here. The Palestine!
preme Court turned down anl,
peal by Max Ki itzman. Tel..'
attorney acting for Gruner'i
cle in New York, which
have prohibited prison ot
from proceeding with the U
without a signed confirmatky
the death sentence from
Commissioner Sir Alan Cu
ham. The attorney lmmedu
made another motion on
of the uncle, Frank Gruner.i
ing permission to file an *
with the Privy Council Wl
Gruner's approval. No
was taken on the latter
Britain
immigration
wilful rebellion.
Agency Denies Charge
(Continued from Page 1)
will guard them."
Meanwhile, the governi
begun
parts of
Army
Tel Avi
cuation.
even in thi

name
be tolerated,"
the Amen-
lly has point-
K Kl .-. K : r Fl

i require : counting
Jut ion to ad-
int Pah stine must
Then can be no hope
ful solution so
Of Palestine
tion are will-
full
VOLUME 20 NUMBER 6
Friday, February 7, 1947
SHE VAT 17, 5707
LEADERS TO ATTEND
SCHOOL INSPECTION]
Inspection of the A-eBT
Graham Bell Oral school
held at an open house from*
to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wei
head Memorial hall. N.
st. and Eighth ave
The school's governing
has invited fraternal, civ*
education leaders as weU*j
service workers, city
Dado county U-^.slatorsaro
bers of the press to obse
school. ..
Representative oi w
section, National Council <
ish Women and the Miami-
tor the Hard of Hearing <*
the governing boaid.
A m-the resolution V'"^ ^
deadline for turning in
. ...usalem to
Sarafand. Reports from Beirut
say that 70 British women and the^h^U^h_,_I^0lI_ enough don-
children have alrdeay arrived in the bureau of : ;" *"h h-
Lebanon to take up temporary, under William Cii' : W1 receive two ticketi
of, neon which th, S.
planning for March 25 at
haven
the Roney Plara. ,
Persons who wouW J
names to be insc"1***,
the napkins may send on
to the committee m cv
David. The compWJ ,
will be made into a i .
cloth to be used at &
casions at the synagc*"-


E
110 OPEN AT BEACH
Establishment of the Greater
liami Hebrew Academy, which
trill combine Hebrew and secular
raining is announced today by
Jr. David S. Andron, chairman
of the executive committee of the
Institution.
The academy, which will be lo-
cated at the Beach Y, will be an
jll-day school and will meet five
Jays a week with several hours
flevoted to English and secular
Itudies.
Aim of the school is "to give
khe children of our community a
Cultural training predicated upon
\ho synthesis of both Hebrew
earning and secular knowledge,"
kccording to Dr. Andron. The in-
stitution will be an independent
ommunity project sponsored by
number of local people, he said.
Teachers experienced in both
lebrcw and English studies are
ting appointed and the school
trill be launched within the next
ew days. Registration has al-
eady begun. Girls and boys in
lie six year age group are eligi-
hlc for the 18-1A classes which
irill be limited to 15 students. En-
rolment in the Hebrew kinder-
arten will be open to children
ctwecn the ages of four and five
id one-half years.
The school is to be expanded
include the higher grades
kter on. Application has been
pade to the board of education
pr accrediting.
Among local rabbis who have
|nady given approval to the
nject are Rabbis Irving Lehr-
an, Murray Grauer, Moses Mes-
hcloff, Joseph E. Rackovsky,
eon Kronish and Max Shapiro.
Approval has also been extend-
by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
ction whose director, A. P. Gan-
es will cooperate in the estab-
phment of a "progressive and
kodern program of education."
I Members of the school's execu-
te committee are Samuel Rein-
kid. Dr. I. Makovsky, S. M.
rundwerg, Nathan Ginsberg, A.
I- Bear and David Rosner.
jRabbi A. S. Gross of Torah
icsorah, New York, assisted in
f establishment of the academy.
[In addition to the general stu-
es. instruction will also be giv-
i in arts and crafts, music and
ltdoor activities.
Transportation will be pro-
Jed to and from the school,
pminal fees will be charged.
Inquiries about the academy
ky be made at the Y office be-
een 9 a.m. and noon daily.
IVar Assets Administration has
cd all restrictions on the sale
[surplus property for export.
JCRS Donor Luncheon
Scheduled for Wedn'dtfy
Second annual honor luncheon
of the Greater Miami chapter,
Jewish Consumptives Relief so-
ciety, is scheduled for the Beach-
comber at noon
Wednesday, ac-
cording to Mrs.
Jack Levey,
president.
Mrs. Mary
Mark Harris of
New York city,
national JCRS
president, will
be a guest of
honor as will
Rabbi and Mrs.
Mrs. Levey Irving Lehr.
man, patrons of the organization.
Jackie Miles and other enter-
tainers will present the program.
Chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs. William Levine. Mrs. Harry
Dinnerstein is chairman of the
souvenir journal which is being
published in connection with the
luncheon.
Others on the luncheon com-
mittee are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom,
treasurer; Mrs. Louis Rosenthal,
secretary; Mrs. Maury Poncher,
in charge of the jewel and memo-
rial pages of the journal; Mrs.
Martin D. Sunshine, publicity;
Mrs. William Schwartz, flower
arrangements.
Reservations may be made with
Mis. Hy Friedman, 4468 S. W. 3
st. Tickets will be also available
at the door.
The local JCRS chapter, which
is two years old, has 350 members.
Proceeds from the luncheon and
other fund raising projects are
used to help local tubercular re-
lief and to support the national
JCBS home in Denver.
Final plans for the luncheon
will be made at a meeting Mon-
day evening at Temple Beth
Sholom.
TOURISTS TO ATTEND
ANNUAL HIAS DINNER
Eighth annual dinner of the
HIAS People's Tourist committee
is slated for 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Victor hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, who
each year the hosts at the dinner,
will again sponsor the event in
honor of the memory of their son,
Victor.
Proceeds of the dinner aid the
work of the Hebrew Sheltering
and Immigrant Aid Society.
Max Lefkowitz, director of the
Boston office of HIAS, will be
among the guest speakers. Others
include Rabbis Leon Kronish,
Moses Mescheloff and Irving
Lchrman. A musical program has
been arranged by the Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Chairman of the tourist com-
mittee is Joseph L. Tepper of
Washington, D.C.
Ire neckties really more important?
Consider how unthinkable it would be to say to a
friend, "Bill, I want you to go out and buy me a house.
I haven't the time to do it myself." You wouldn't
dream of making so deeply personal a purchase in an
offhand, any-old-thing-will-do fashion.
Yet, think of it! Scarcely a week goes by but some
"friend of the family" comes to us to arrange hurriedly
for burial space that another had "not had the time" to
provide. Isn't it grotesque, almost, that many a man
who would never allow another to select his neckties
will yet thoughtlessly leave the choice of his own fam-
ily plot to another?
Would you?
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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Vlstlt
Junior Hadassah Names
Five Local Delegates
Five delegates will represent
the Greater Miami Junior Ha-
dassah at the annual southeastern
regional conference Feb. 15
through 17 at Atlanta, Ga.
Delegates from this area are
the Misses Natalie Sandra Fran-
kel, Lucille Yagoda, Roslind
Worth, Aida Robbins and Dorothy
Sussman. Miss Frankel, presi-
dent of the local chapter of Jun-
ior Hadassah, is vice president of
the southeastern region.
The conference will deal with
subjects pertaining to projects in
Palestine supported by Junor
Hadassah. Special attention will
be paid the children's village of
Meier Shfeyah, for which Junior
Hadassah hopes to raise $200,000;
the Henrietta Szold school of
nursing; the Youth Aliyah immi-
gration movement, and the Jewish
National Fund. Plans will also
be made for extensive member-
ship drives.
Prof. Quiz to Entertain
At Beach Y Rally
"The One, the Only, the Orig-
inal Professor Quiz" will be pre-
sented at the Beach Y at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 18.
After the question and answer
session, Prof. Quiz will stage a
magic show which will be fol-
lowed by dancing. The rally is
open to the public and no charge
will be made.
Prof. Quiz, Dr. Craig Earl in
private life, will arrive in Miami
Monday, Feb. 17, for a week of
personal appearances. His week-
ly Thursday "battle of wits" will
be broadcast from Miami.
Since 1936 when Dr. Earl orig-
inated his quiz broadcasts in
Washington he has paid out more
than $100,000 to better than 259,-
000 contestants and traveled more
than 40,000 miles.
MJOC Sisterhood To Meet
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong-
regation Sisterhood will hold a
general business meeting 8 p. m.
Wednesday at the Talmud Torah,
1545 S. W. Third street. Items of
general interest will be discussed.
Mrs. E. Karger will preside.
LOUIS D. CONSTANT
For Hotels. Restaurants,
Institutions, Etc.
Chinaware. Silverware, Glass-
ware. Kitchen Equipment.
Domestic Dinnerware Sets,
Silverware Sets
2714 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 9-4335
Dr. Harry E. Fry
Dr. Carleton Vaughan
DENTIST
Formerly Located at
7 East Flagler
Now In Their New Offices
2157 S. W. 13th Ave.
(Corner of Coral Way)
TELEPHONE 2-7215
B. & R. IRON, METAL
& SALVAGE
Buyers of SCRAP IRON.
METALS and SALVAGE
WE DO HAULING
Highest Prices Paid for
AUTO WRECKS
MACHINERY, Etc.
1292 N. W. 62nd St.
Phone 7-0211
MT. SINAI BENEFITS FROM HOTEL SHOW

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Mickey Michaels, managing director ol the Cadillac hotel
(left), signs a $10,000 check Jor the proposed Mount Sinai
hospital ol Greater Miami. Michaels was host to his hotel
guests at a dinner-show for the benefit of Mount Sinai last
Sunday when $42,000 was raised for the hospital. With him
is Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the visitors division.
"WE DO ANYTHING IN PHOTOGRAPHY"
IK. B. FORDYCE
MIAMI'S COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
BANQUETS WEDDINGS ADVERTISING
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Phone 3-0039
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1946 MODELS
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'NIGHT OF STARS'
A gala roundup of show people
is scheduled to appear during the
"Night of Stars" to be sponsored
by the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Jacob Saturday night at 4hc
Flamingo Park bandshell.
They include Belle Baker. My-
ron Cohen. Martha Rave. Emile
Boreo, Willie Howard and Al
Kelly, Charlie Farrcll. Charlie
Carlisle, Maxie Rosenbloom and
Max Bacr. Joey Adams and Tony
Canzoneri, Johnny Howard. Mel
Murray, Pat Rooney, Jackie Miles.
Lanny K"ss. Joe E. Lewis and
others.
Proceeds from the affair will be
used by the Sisterhood towards
the work of the synagogue, the
religious school and the educa-
tional expansion fund.
Mrs. Jack Hirseh. Mrs. Anna
Berow, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky and
Mrs Hose Hayes head the ticket
committee. In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. Hose Weiss, Mis.
Harry Genet and Mrs. Rose
Hayes.
Serving as ushers will be the
Misses Judy Hayes. Betty Li I
Gibber, Edna Schoenberg, Dons
Schoenberg, Miriam Feit. Judy
S.uil. Ruth Wolfson, Malvina
Weiss, Betty Wise and the Mes-
dames Irving Genet, Abe Los-
kove, Irwin Makovsky. Louis
Bbenstein, Mel Tannen. and the
Messrs. David Goldstein. Martin
Genet, Irving Genet, Saul Genet,
Murray Kostoff, Sy Kostoff. Jack
Feit. Mel Tannen. Samuel Tan-
nenbaum, Jack Hirseh and Abe
Lnskove,
Over 21 Group Aids
March of Dimes Fund
the March of
tin- 'Over
Proceeds f'""1
r^nroulVfhe Beach V
Tp;,,!";':^;..^;;^ paraly-
iSS Forty dollar. wMW
at the affair.
Mackey and Michel
, the Arthur Murray
Anita
Tucker.
dance studios were
the program.
Miss Louise
and Miss G
featured on
Kluck was hostess
rtrude Perr was
LEGAL NOTICES
E IS HERKUT UIVKN thT.
i signed, desiring to engag,?'
under the fictitious naA 1?
.OK WORM. >t 2M \SLJ
('oral llahl.. VI. I_. V"-*
NOTICE
the undei
Iuisiiicsh -
THE HOOKWORM, at 214
Avenue, Coral Oahles. Fla. IntendTt"!!
register nall name with the t'lerk o?
the circuit court of Dad* i',,,.,'
Florida.
BERNARD O. BROMRERG
Sole Owner
SILVER. KAPI.AN DIETZ,
Attorneys for Applicant.
'y,
mistress of ceremonies._____________
LEGAL NOTICE
Willie Howard and Al Kelly will
the Beth Jacob affair tomorrow
be among the many stars at
night.
TO HONOR COUPLE
Romeo and Juliet of the eve-
ning will be proclaim! ;
Kiss Quiz, the climax of the Val-
entine's Day party to be spon-
sored by Branch 692Y of the
Workmen's Circle at 25 Washing-
ton ave., Wednesday i v
A buffet supper will
and the entertainment will in-
clude dancing .met games,
This party is the first
series in a newly inaugurated
social program. Mi mbi and
friends are invited to attend.
A program benefiting the
Jewish National Fund and the
Child Rescue Fund is being
planned by ihe Pioneer Worn-
en's Organization club number
one for Feb. 22 at the William
Per.p hotel. Miami Beach.
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\iv\li II, WE1SHERO
Kl.MNi: WEINBERG
War Assets Administration plans
to offer $22,000,000 worth of sur-
plus located at 13 Florida loca-
during February. March
and April.
3-Bedroom CBS. corner. 100-ft.
frontage; electric kitchen, spa-
cious front and rear porches
(tiled floor on front porch), porte-
cochere and detached CBS ga-
rage: near stores and school.
Nice neighborhood. Prewar
construction.
$13,500 terms; $12,600 all Cash
Owner on Premises
10:00-4:00 Daily
4641 N. W, 15th Court
A "Flat" Offer!
I THERE WILL BE NO CHARGE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DRINK IF OUR BARTENDER CANNOT MIX IT! ZISSElN '8
w **. L H49 N, MIAMI AVE. JTl ""<" ,|n""
Everything ioi .he Moiorhi
Liberal Trade-in
Allowance
FOR YOUR PRESENT TIRES
on the purchase of
New
SEIBERUNG
TIRES
Come in today and see the new
1947 Seiberling (Special Service)
Tires. You'll be surprised at the
liberal trade-in value of your
present tires. Don't wait! Drive
to a Dixie Station today!
Listen to the
Palestine
Report
Every Sunday Evening
Station WKAT
7:45 P. M.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST DISTRICT
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Ask ior U. S.
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PRODUCTS
PEARL BROTHERS
A PBOVTSION CO
Exclusive DUtributon
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NOTICE IS HERBHY OIVKN that
Hi,, undersigned, desiring to engage nt
liuslnaM under the fictitious name nt
BADE DKl'AHTMENT STORE ,
1547 8. \V. 27th Avenue. In the City
,f Miami. Florida, Intend to reglst
the said name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of I>ade County. KWid-,
JACK A. OILMAN
MAE OILMAN
VRONOV1TZ, WK1NKI.K
A AltoXOVITZ.
Attorneys for Applicants,
741 Seybold Bid*.,
Miami, Fla.
2/7-14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
ili undersigned, desiring to engage In
tcisiness under the fictitious name 0j
NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND
RESTAURANT, at 1690 H. W. th St,
Int. nil to register said name with the
i Merle of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.iclics XADLER
EM.IS 8AMESS
BERTHA SAMESS
WILLIAM L. PALLOT.
Attorney for Applicant,
1214 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
! '10-17-24-11 2/7
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin, undersigned, desiring to engage in
huaineafl under the fictitious name of
THE STYLE SHOP, at 17nn N. w.
Ith St intends to register Bald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i 'ounty, Florida,
BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN,
Sole Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAX A KAPLAN,
Attorney! for Applicant.
I J4-31 2-7-14-81
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage In
l>UHlneaa under the fictitious- name of
MCE RICH CO. <>F MIAMI. KLOR.
IDA (nol Inc.), at 742 X W. 12nd St..
intend to register said name with the
cierh ,f tin- Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida.
NATHAN MANNEY
A I.BERT MANNEY
Mil.ton A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant.
I 24- II 2-7-14-21
NOTIOE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that
ill,, uiideislgned are engaged In husl-
less under the fictitious name of
1.AIIELLE APARTMENTS, at UK
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Fla.,
ind intend to register the said flrtl-
li i- name In the office of the Clerk
if the Circuit Court of Dad* County,
Florida,
SAMCEL WEINER
BEUeA WEINER
Sole owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
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Attorney for Applicants.
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\"TH-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
liuslneaa under the fictitious name of
:1H" 'KLYN BEEF CO., at 3SM N. W.
Till Ave., Intends to register said
.mi" with the Clefk of the Circuit
'".iiirt of Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR BOROK
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Arthur Uorok,
050 Sevbold Bldg.,
Miami 32, Florida.
: 11-17-24-31 2/7_______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-s under the fictitious name of
cotton DKKHH SHOP, at 61! X "
s,,ond Avenue. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the ( lr-
nit Court of l>,id" County, Florida
ANNA H. L.E1BOW1TZ,
Sole Owner.
MAN R SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
1,10-17-24-11 2/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi., undersigned are engaged In Dual-
news under the fictitious name o[
"i:\N CREEK APARTMENTS a
.970-5180 Indian Creek Drive. Miami
Beach, Fla.. and Intend to register tl
tald lictltlouH name In the office M
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Otm
County, Florida.
SA.MCEI. WEINER
BELLA WEINER.
Bole owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorneys for Applicants
I 24-31 2-7-14-21_____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
l-UMii-ss under the fictitious miw
PALACE BOWLINO CENTER. J
N w Mth s- Miami, Fla., hrteJJJW
register the said name with the cier*
of the Circuit Court of Dade Counu,
Florida,
MACK COHAN
MCRRAYGLACKMAN
MYERB, HEIMAX & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
1 '17-24-31 2'7-14 ______
.NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVENttg
the undei .signed, desiring to engsg'
business under the fictitious "".'-f.'
I'EPPER'S SI'It PLUS "ALVAO*
t 1112 X. W. 6th Avenue. '"' '
Florida, intend to register ,"'","; ,,f
wl'h the '-lerk of th" Circuit < """
Dade County, Florida. .,,.
MORRIS PEPPCT
FANNY PEPPKB
MAX It SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants-
' 10-17-24-11 2 "
NOTICE IS HEREBY '-^^JX
the undersigned, desiring to '"" rf
islness under the fir-1J11 o-- "JSC ,,
IS' -I.CSIVE ARTISTS AGEXrV
220 2~rd Street. Miami Beach. Ftw
intends to register said nam p tl
lerk of the Circuit Oburt of "-
County, Florida _T-vr
HARRY BRENT
JOEL P, NEAVMAN.
Attorney for
Exclusive Artists Ageno'.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 194?
+Jewl$t tkridlar
PAGE SEVEN
Famed Violinist In
Local Appearances
Rubinoff will play his famed
Romanoff-Stradavarius violin, in-
sured for $100,000, when he ap-
pears at conceits in the Greater
Miami area next week under the
auspices of AMVETS posts.
On Wednesday evening he will
be presented by the Robert Rich-
Map Strategy For The Hotel Division Campaign
Valentine's Day luncheon of the Miami Beach chapter of
E'nal B'rith Women is being arranged by the committee on
waye and means of which Mrs. Harry Kaufman (seated, fourth
from left) is chairman. Her coworkers are (seated, left to
right) Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, Mrs. Ella Goodman, Mrs. George
Talianoft Mrs. Henry Scisoresk, Mrs. Simon Englander; (stand-
ing) Mrs. Harry Sounders, Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. Helen San-
ders, Mrs. Benjamin Landau, Mrs. Don Rubin, Mrs. Meyer
A. Basldn and Mrs. Jack Fein.
-------------------------------------FASHION SHOW AT
Religious Labor Group BEACH LUNCHEON
Presents Water Show The latest styles, songs and
Benefiting the fund drive of, gifts of fine Parisienne perfume
the League for Religious Labor I alc in sto,e for guests of the Mi-
in Palestine, a water show will be I ami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith
held at the Vanterbilt hotel pool I Women at their luncheon and
8:30 p.m. Sunday under the di-! fashion show at the Beachcomber
rection of Ralph Smith, Carlos Incxt Friday afternoon.
Fernandez and Wally Spence, [ Margaret Newman will stage a
well known aquatic stars. fashion show; Mrs. Jan Bart, who
The league, whose Greater Mi-j wi}* be among the honor guests,
ami Branch is headed by Rabbi !wi11. sinS. and Le Galion Par-
Moses Mescheloff, is the leader j fumier of Paris will present each
of religious pioneers and laborers \ uest with a vial of perfume,
in Palestine. In its children's re- Reservations may be made with
ligious homes in Europe 3,455, Mrs. Julie Rosenberg.
Jewish children are housed and j-------------------------------
"l^^'cSr^ef'SfX MhM*1 Wmen Honr
local branch includes Rabbis Max Underground Leader
Shapiro, Irving Lehrman and
Murray Grauer, cochairmen;
John C. Starr, treasurer; Dr. M.
J. Safra, secretary; Dr. I. Makov-
sky, assistant secretary.
Beach Jewish Center
Aim For 1000 Members
Simultaneous with the $250,000
building fund drive now in prog-
ress under the chairmanship of
Nat Hankoff, the Miami Beach
Jewish Center announces a mem-
Dov Gruner, Jewish under-
ground leader who awaited death
by hanging in Palestine this
week, is to be memorialized by
the purchase of trees by the Mi-
ami Beach Women's Mizrachi.
Addressing the organization at
its Palestine Night celebration
Tuesday, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
made an appeal that "trees of
life" be planted in Palestine in
Gruner's honor. Eighty-five pur-
chasers responded.
Over 400 people attended the
event which was held in observ-
bership campaign to increase its
Center enrollment to one thou- i ance" of' Chamisna' Osor" B'shvat.
sand members.
Morris Newmark has accepted
the general chairmanship of the
drive.
A women's division of the build-
ing fund drive under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Irving Lehrman
has accepted a goal of $75,000 of
the quarter million drive. Co-
chairmen are the Mesdames Isa-
dore Newman, Joseph M. Rose,
Louis Berman, Harry Tupler and
Raymond Rubin. A number of
luncheons and afternoon teas are
being scheduled this month as
part of the campaign.
Pioneer Women Plan
March Donor Event
Plans for the March 16 donor
luncheon of Greater Miami Pio-
neer Women's Organization were
a.inounced by Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
P-csident of club number one, at
a luncheon held by her group
'i uesday at the Alcazar hotel. The
dunor event will be held at the
Helene hotel.
Mrs. Sadie K. Minowitz was an
honored guest at the luncheon
Tuesday. Speakers included Mrs.
Bessie Weissman of Chicago, Mrs.
Miriam Brodinsky of Wilmington,
Del., Mrs. Albert Berson, presi-
dent of the Kadimah chapter;,
and Mrs. Ethel Dorff, president of
club number two.
Mrs. I. S. Shapoff was chair-
man of the afternoon. Commit-
tees included Mrs. Shirley Queen,
Mrs. Lena Pushkin and Mrs. Rae
Greenberg, telephone squad.
Mrs. Queen and Mrs. Pushkin
kept the guest book and Mrs. Rose
i Brody was in charge of the flow-
er arrangements. Hostesses were
Mrs. Sylvia Levine, Mrs. Sonya
Gerbert and Mrs. Ann Sorin. Miss
^Ruth Brotman sang Palestinian
nelodies.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Stokols and the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus provided the musical por-
tion of the program. Mrs. C. Leon
Shalloway was chairman of the
affair.
Harold Turk was guest speak-
er. A Palestine film was shown
by George Talianoff, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation league. Due to llness,
Mrs. E. Karger was unable to ad-
dress the gathering.
Projects of the Mizrachi Wom-
en in Palestine were described.
These include housing and re-
habilitation in Palestine of refu-
gee children who come in from
war torn Europe.
ter post at the Miami Beach Sen-
ior High school and during the
day will play for students of the
high school.
Tickets for the Wednesday eve-
ning conceit are available at Bur-
dine's and Saks on Lincoln id.
and will be sold at the door.
Tuesday evening, the Jack
Kofoed post will sponsor the
Rubinoff concert at Bayfront Park
auditorium. Rubinoff will enter-
tain students of Miami high
schools in special assembly pro-
grams on Monday and Tuesday
and will also play for servicemen
at Pratt General hospital Monday
afternoon and for veterans at the
Nautilus hospital Tuesday after-
noon.
Final plans for the Beach con-
cert will be made at a meeting
of the Robert Richter post Mon-
day evening in the Manga Reva
room of the Cromwell hotel with
Nat Pollack presiding.
Having accepted a goal oi $500,000 in the Combined Jewish
Appeal foi $1,309,741 to be conducted under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, these campaigners oi
the hote' industry in Miami Beach are out to raise their quota.
Active in the leadership oi the division are (left to right) Nat
Hankoh, Murray Maurer, executive committee members; Irv-
ing Frankel and Sam Lachman, cochairmen, and Joe Gardner,
executive committee member.
Zionists Slate Luncheon
For National Leader
Joseph Goldberg, national mem-
bership chairman of the Zionist
Organization of America, will ad-
dress a luncheon meeting of the
Miami Zionist district at 12:30
p.m. Thursday at the McAllister
hotel, according to Burnett Roth,
president.
Just back from overseas, Gold-
berg will discuss the importance
of the Zionist program. He is
president of the New England
council of B'nai B'rith and honor-
ary president of New England
Zionist groups.
To Become Bar Mitzva
Alvin Rotenberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg, 1521 S.
W. Sixth st., will become Bar
Mitzva during services at the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Rotenberg are
inviting their friends to attend
the service and the kiddush
which they will give afterwards.
Rose Brothers Open
Beach Dental Offices
You're seeing double when you
enter Suite 324-326 of the Lincoln
bldg., but that's to be expected
since Drs. Erwin J. Rose and
Arthur M. Rose,
who opened
their offices
Tuesday, are
twins.
The twins,
both veterans,
will practice
general dentist-
ry at their of-
fices at 1627
W ashing ton
ave., corner of
Lincoln rd.
Both gradu-
ates of Miami
Beach Senior
High school, the
Rose twins took
pre dental
work at the
U n i v ersity of
Florida and
were graduated
from the Emory
school of dent-
Arthur istry in Atlanta.
They were members of Tau Ep-
silon Phi" fraternity at Gaines-
ville and Alpha Omega dental
fraternity at Emory.
Arthur spent 26 months with
the Seabecs dental corps in the
Philippines and Erwin served 40
months in the Army dental corps.
They are affiliated with B'nai
B'rith, Zionist Organization of
America, American Legion. Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce and
the American Veterans' com-
mittee.
Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Rose, 1520 Meridian ave., they
came to Miami Beach in 1935
from Detroit. Dr. and Mrs. Er-
win Rose and their eight-months-
old daughter, Sherylyn, make
their home at 530 75th st., and
Arthur lives with his parents.
National Council Final
Charm Forum Today
Final charm forum in the pres-
ent series sponsored by the Mi-
ami section, National Council of
Jewish Women will take place 2
p.m. today in the home of Mrs.
Joseph Williamson, 2825 Prairie
ave.
Audience participation will be
a feature of the public speaking
portion of the program directed
by Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub.
Miss Lenore will give her last in-
structions in charm and beauty.
Program for the new series,
which will start in two weeks,
will be announced. Proceeds
from the series help maintain
Council's scholarships at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The hostess will serve refresh-
ments. Series tickets and individ-
ual admissions will be honored.
HEBREW SCHOOL SETS
PURIM BALL DATE
Rehearsals are now being held
for the show to be presented at
the annual Purim ball of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation March 2 at the
AMVET ballroom, 420 S.W.
Eighth ave. Mrs. Max Jacobskind
is chairman of entertainment and
Herbert Feldan is chairman of
the music committee.
The proceeds will be applied
to the building fund for the He-
brew school to be erected on the
corner of S.W. 12th ave. and 11th
Si.
Tickets may be purchased from
Mrs. Herbert Feldan, 1445 S.W.
17th ter., or Mrs. Edward A. Moss,
312 S.W. 15th ave.
Mrs. Weinstein
Kadimahs Add Patrons
For March Concert
Expansion of the patron list for
the Braggiotti-Chaikin duo piano
conceit which the Kadimah chap-
ter of Pioneer Women's Organi-
z a t i o n will
sponsor March
8 was announc-
ed this week by
Mrs. A. H. Ber-
son and Mrs. N.
Coulton, patron
chairman.
New patrons
include Mrs.
Celia Segal. Mr.
and Mrs. N.
Coulton, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Sootin. Mrs. Sam Siegal. Mrs.
David Washer, Mi- and Mrs. A.
H. Berson, Mrs. Edward Wein-
stein, Harry Albert, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Heiman. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harris.
Mrs. Edward Weinstein, ticket
chairman, announces that tickets
will go on sale at Burdine's in
Miami beginnng Feb. 25. Ticket
booths will also be located at
Red Cross, Amidon's in Miami and
Coral Gables, Associated stores,
Miami Beach Radio co., Princess
de Condi and El Encanto.
Proceeds of the concert will aid
the Pioneer Women's program of
rehabilitating European children
who enter Palestine from DP
camps.
Flagler Nursery Stakes
Features 60 Juveniles
Presiding Judge H. M. Barton
has announced 60 juveniles which
loom as certain starters in the
West Flagler Kennel club Nursery j
Stake which opens Feb. 10.
While 60 certain starters were
announced, the fTeld may wind up
with as many as 75 or more pups
by the time entries close.
A pair of favorites in the classic
are My Barbara, a female racer
owned by the Ethel Jones' Ken-
nel, and Bob Bell, a son of Red-
fork Tom owned by J. W. Ewalt.
Following art the canines announced
as starters: Macaba, Bigwig, Bicyc-
list. My Squaw. l'rlde x Crossing,
Mum's Memory, My Barbara. Mike's
Money, Tlppin In, Fast Charger, Boa-
ton Dick, Nocturnal Omar, Khayyam,
Roankoke, Sky Sentry, Rural Com-
rade, Meadow Qold, Student Ann,
Strange, Reno Baby, Trophy Girl,
Windy lied. Adora, I'aketta, Gloria
Ann, Bob's IS, II, Nankeen, Dana, Hot
Cargo, Joe Mortel, Betty Leal. Rapid
Beba, Hankering Honey, western
Rube, Revere Weather, Pancy Klagier,
Fancy Ruth. Brisk Weather, Peaky,
OB Honeysuckle, Oil's Shoreacres,
Wild Willie, China l.lll, M I T., lt.-.-ii
Bue, Rightly So. Cutle's Kuddles, Wee
Rose. Clghl Step, Ed Smith, Last
Wind, Southwestern, Flossie Mc, Dana
II M.n\ Sue \V Thundorhlrd, Mr.
Afle, Lucky -Allen, Kernel K., Chndy
Cane, lit indie Isabel und Uallant
i'riuL _________________
Medical Fund Receives
Aid From Card Party
The recently founded Sidney
Appel memorial medical fund will
benefit from proceeds of a card
party held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Rubin Tues-
day afternoon.
Hosts with the Rubins were Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Sparber and Mrs.
Rose Beck.
Assisting at the affair were
Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan, Herbert
Zitomer, Mrs. Joseph Kane. Mrs.
Frances Rackoff, Mrs. Ralph Kap-
lan, Mrs. Milton Rubin, Miss
Clara Goldenberg, Mrs. Irving
Blasberg and Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry, president of the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the- Aged which initi-
ated the memorial fund for equip-
ping a medical room at the Home.
Scout Leader To Speak
Capt. Andrew (Cappy) N.
Bergida, district scout commander
for the Dade Council of Boy
Scouts, will be guest speaker at
the AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva break-
fast at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center.
Sunday has been designated as
Boy Scout Sunday in commemo-
ration of the 37th anniversary of
the organization's founding in
America.



PAGE EIGHT
MJOC Announces New
Kindergarten Classes
Establishment of a Hebrew
speaking kindergarten, to be
called Beth Hayeled. is announced
by the Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation
The project will be for children
between the, ages of three and
|ive years. Sessions are fo be from
0 a.m. to 12 Monday through Fri-
day, on the rear lawn of the Tal-
mud Torah, which is being fully
equipped.
Miss Frances Koenig. director
of the kindergarten, is a gradu-
ate of Brooklyn college and the
Teachers Institute of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica. She formerly taught at the
Yeshiva Rabbi Joseph Kom-itz in
New York city.
Registration will begin 3:30 p.m.
Monday at the MJOC Talmud
Torah," 1545 S.W. Third St. Fur-
ther information may be obtained
by calling the office of the Con-
gregation.
WOMEN OUTLINE CAMPAIGN
Lodge to Establish
Annual Friendship Night
Inauguration of an annual
Fnendsh.p Night" will be mark-
ed at the meet.ng of Sholem
lkKifie. B'nai B'r.th 8 p.m. Tues-
at Kaplan hall of Temple Is-
ffil when members of the todge
11 will attend with their friends of
other religious faiths.
Irving Caesar's "Songs
of
To Celebrate Holiday
Chamisha Osor B'shvat will be
commemorated by the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation at
7:30 p.m. Sunday with a festival
featuring documentary films on
the development of Palestine. A
children's skit will also be pre-
sented at the party which will
take place at the synagogue. 590
S. W. 17th ave.
ganization necessary to conduct
0 cam-
The tremendous organization necu., ~ TV"T^" j^
paign ol the scope they desire .sbejngplanned h. by
Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; and Jewiflh
e- *CJA Women To Hear
JWV Post Meets Monday Underground Heroine
Bruce Brown Post 1.4 *n Nazi occupation
held 8:15 p. m.. M the in France will be told to the worn-
Miami Jewish Orthodox C ngre- _,..__ division of the Combined
gation Talmud Torah, 1545 S w jewjsri Appeal at two events next
Third street Nat
mander, will prei
Friendship" wiU be performed by
the "Southland Singers.1' a group
of 20 men and women directed by
James Paul and H. U. Morns.
They Will also sing several tradi-
tional and comic numbers The
lodge lias presented copies of the
songbook to the choral
group.
Miss Judy Nelson, soprano of
the Miami Opera Guild, will also
be on the program. Her mother,
Mrs [rving Nelson, will accom-
pany her at the piano.
A: angements for the meeting
were made by Marx Feinberg,
program chairman Sam Silver
will preside at the business ses-
sion which will precede the pro-
gram. A good and welfare discus-
sion Will be invited from the
floor.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, m,
Radio Program Featum
Refugee Discussion
"Displaced Refugee Children .<
Europe" will be discussed by Mn
Miriam Brodinsky, chairman d
the southeastern region of ft.
neer Wmnen, and Mrs. Albert u
Berson, president of Kadimak
chapter, during the "Oneg Shah.
bat of the Air" 4:45 p.m. ^
day over Radio Station WKAT
Also on the program will |
songs of Palestine by Ruth ^
Brotman, accompanied by Anyub
Melicov at the piano.
The Kadimah chapter is Spoo-
soring a series of five program! I
devoted to problems of Europe', 1
displaced children.
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week.
Mme. Paulette Oppert. leader
in the wartime French under-
groun In and director of
the Maison d'Enfants for orph-
aned Jewish children, will speak
.i a pace-setters meeting for the
it 4 p.m. Mon-
.. home of Mrs. Monte
Seiij ?25 W. DiLido dr. She
will also address a luncheon of
n's special Rift division
at 12:30 p m. Tuesday at the
I .-a hoti I
e. Oppert. who was former-
ly head nurse ol a hospital for
wounded soldiers, will describe!
the work of the Maison d'Enfants.
one of the < ight Jewish chil-
dren's homes in France supported
by the Jmnt Distribution Com-
mittee.
Mrs Stanley C Myers is gen-
eral v. man, and Mrs.
Monte Selig is chairman of the
special gift unit. This is the first
time in the history of local Jew-
ish fund raising that women will
conduct their own si parate drive
the 1047 Combined Jewish
Appeal for $1,309,741 gets under
way March 1!
Other leaders ol the women's
tl are Mrs Milton Sirkin,
chairman of the women's com-1
ttee in Miami Beach, and Mrs.'
i.' n K plan, Miami Beach chair-)
Mrs Abraham Goodman
and Mrs Benjamin Meyers have
epted the associate chairman-
with Mrs Selig ol the worn-
ei special Rift division.
Majors and captains of the
h women's division will meet
at 1 M) p.m. this afternoon at the
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+Jewisti tier Mian
PAGE NINE
ing $412,000,000 worth of
bonds may not be a qualifica-
tor the presidency of the Mi-
IWomen's Auxiliary to the
i Home for the Aged but
the record of Mrs. Louis
jj., 611 Espanola Way.
Herzog has settled down
munal work here after di-
; 3,000 Brooklyn women
Bei is throughout the war.
jwn as the American Jew-
Ifomen Volunteers, the or-
ation was founded by Mrs.
oy. shortly after Pearl Har-
ielhng war bonds, entertain-
jo.-pitalized servicemen, knit-
|or the Red Cross, doing can-
work, maintaining blood
preparing gift kits for
p. menall sorts of war work
lamed on by the 10 chapters
rwv.
jition, there was work to
ie for the United China Re-
Russian War Relief, Brit-
Relief and other allied
ties.
women sold enough bonds
flying fortress that bore
Jtiir of David on its side,
bonds purchased 50 army
a 3.000,000 hospital ship,
rniy ambulance and a sta-
ragon to take wounded ser-
|tn to baseball and football
of New York's first air
jrardens, Mrs. Herzog found-
Jewish Daughters of
lea after organizing the
J. The Daughters were ser-
ien"> wives, sisters and
earta who gave dances and
|ainnunt programs for the
ui cooperated in other war-
irojects.
bu- the war, Mrs. Herzog
blues singer on Radio Sta-'
1TMCA for 12 years. Later
Dini mid her singing with
lork and was a familiar fig-
It patriotic ralliessinging
Spangled Banner or
immunal singing.
. Herzog's citations from the
hn.ent and the agencies
: wartime projects she aided
Isizable scrapbook. At one
kho was called "Brooklyn's
Di Rooosevelt" for her pa-
ivors,
i war work, she has
fctive in aiding Boys' Town,
Vertained for hospitalized
kd children and helped out
pi charitable work,
land Mrs. Herzog have liv-
Miami Beach for the past
la They have two daugh-
1*1 four grandchildren. One
er is Powers Model Carol
rown.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Mtictty eonpdentud
(Copyrioht, 1946. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
PLEASE NOTE
refus1:dPadmksu,nTnCd SkaUnR, rink- "The Icelandia" in Toronto,
The Jewish Amm?.y.U"15 JeWi8h girl because she was J-'wi*h
,1 community Is very much surprised and aroused .
NOTHING TO LAUGH AT
and audiences hate .t%L&Prfta uematorial crisis humorously,
about"? NewrPHitn? dh"nM whcn,the newscommentator jokes
r<.mir,H J 4u ed,llors should have known better Wc mient
at a Ku Khav KHanS teCS N^M8' 1946' Hernnan Talmadge "poke
Atlanta" Geoigia barbecue heW in the municipal auditorium of
RATHER STRANGE
sionTthh1itPpKnt^aepazine .in its current issue Rives the impres-
cditor hart nnthin- T. fassen s recent resignation as contributing
Brainin ,c 2228S. W5?.tsoeveiut- do with tne resignation of Joseph
,r.oh h,t T. e edltor Thls might wel1 be so But strangely
reason. re81tlned on the sa day-if not for the? same
MORE THAN DISPLACED
n.^ L" Asoffkv- executive director of HIAS. reporting on his
th Europe where he studied the Jewish DP situation, said that
rt d,lsp'a?cd ? misnomer ... He described the refugees
as deserted, dejected, destitute, despoiled, despondent, desperate,
aopistd, disillusioned, defeated and deceived" persons Mr
Asotsky also praised the Polish government for its unremitting
light to end anti-Semitism .
BROADWAY GOSSIP
Danny Kaye, currently drawing $20,000 per week (ph-huh
l days) for his hilarity at Miami's Coparnhnna, flattens a
ringside heckler a few nights back. The Kid from Brooklyn
didn t like that line from Berlin Danny, by the way. may De
co-starred with Charlie Chaplin in a new film That's one
we wouldn't miss Milton Berle, whose decision to lake lo
the airways lefl lhal Copa job for Danny, will preview oerform-
ances of his new radio show in children's hospitals in the New
York area ... A different one each week .
Arthur Mayer and Joe Burstyn. distributors of "Open City,"
arc going into production in Italy with Roberto Rossellini. director
of the classic Italian anti-faflcist film Jules Munshin, of the
"Call Me Mister" cast, is packing them in at New York's Cafe
Society Uptown Mr. Krishna Nehru. Pandit's sister, took in the
show the other night Her raves join many others, including the
New York Stock Exchange club's Jules is getting their plaque
as the best comic to emerge from the armed forces Watch this
lad. he's headed for stardom It's a boy, their third, for the Albert
E. Kahns He's the former Dartmouth track star, and more re-
cently is the president of the Jewish People's Fraternal Order.
IWO. and co-author of "The Great Conspiracy Against Russia" .
DID YOU KNOW
That the Jewish population in Palestine has increased by
165.000 in the past seven yearsor 33% since the outset of the
war Half of this is accounted for by immigration and the
other half by natural increase The present Jewish popula-
tion totals 630.000. as compared with 455,000 in 1939 ... It is
twelve times greater than in 1919 .. .
WELL DONE
The fourth and final edition of "American Jews in World War
II" is now in preparation This two volume saga of Jewish par-
ticipation in the war has been written by Irving Kaufman, a well-
known correspondent in both the European and Pacific theaters of
war ... It is based on the scrupulously authenticated material com-
piled by the War Records bureau of the National Jewish Welfare
board Facts like these are good weapons against "patriotic" hate-
merchants .
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Beth Jacob synagogue will
be the scene of the next meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Wom-
an's Auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged, according
to Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. The
event is scheduled for Tuesday
afternoon. Feb. 18.
The Hashkaban, Sephardic fu-
neral rite, was first recited for a
non-Jew in a Jewish house of
woiship at the Spanish and Por-
tuguese synagogue, N.Y., during
a Lincoln memorial service in
April, 1865.
Bingo Party Aids HMO
Hadassah Medical Organization
in Palestine will benefit from the
bingo party which the Beach Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
division of Hadassah will sponsor
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Raleigh
hotel, 1777 Collins ave.
The public is invited to attend.
Merchandise donated by Miami
Beach stores will be offered as
prizes, according to Miss Edyth
Fleisher, chairman.
The first pulpit utterances in
connection with Lincoln's death
were heard in the synagogues be-
cause Lincoln died on a Satur-
day.
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HMSilBWSttS
Tallahassee Chamber
Elects Al Block
JNF STUD!
Bidu Sayao, -glamor girl tl e
Metropolitan Opera," is the next
artist to appear on the Commu-
nity Concert Series under the
Na auspices of I Thf.
Since February is Jewish Na- .0^linent Brazilian soprano Will
tional Fund month, the Miami. ^ f at thc Miami Bea Sen-
group of Hadassah will devote \\*f High school auditorium Feb.
the second in ita series of discus- 2_
sion groups to JNF at 2 p.m. ""Introduccd to this countiy >
Wednesday at the Schaarei Zedek Toscaninj Miss Savao has been
Talmud Torah, 1545 S.W. Third ^j. t. Metropolitan since 1937.
St., according to Mrs. Joseph AU ,, lyric and
Carp, president. rtj rs_th< titl
The group will be led by Mrs., Manon, Mimi in "B erne, n -
Joel Belov, projects chairman, as- Barber of Seville," Vi -
sisted by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen. u,Ua ;n .-rraviati," Z
Jewish National Fund chairman.LDon Giovanni," N .. :
and Mrs. Victor Mell, trees chair- paSqUale," Susanna in "Ma
man. Preparations for the sessions (i[- p1{,-,M,- and Juliet in "B
and Juliet."
Miss Saj
debut in her native Rio de
The Jewish National Fund is a Janeiro after studying in Pa n ____ ,; m-w
peoples fund, the official agency she later was engag Com-
through which the Jewish people pert
1, ,_:_ .,- ..^ n, Pol. Her I S
Nev V
have been made by the education-
al committee of which Mrs. Ben-
jamin Levitin is chairman.
The Jewish National Fund is a
company
buy and reclaim the land of Pal-
estine. Established over four dec-
estine. Established over four dec- car.ini and the New YorK j ,ot.a,
ades ago as the trustee in land harmonic Symphony orchestra in q{ the Junlor
matters for the whole Jewis 111930.___________________
Beach Publisher Named ^
For Temple Award
people, with more than $40,000.-
000 contributed to it, it has ac-
quired and made fertile after
centuries of misuse, more than
200,000 acres of land of Eretz Is-
rael, none of which can ever be
sold.
In order to aid the rehabilita-
tion of 26.000 men and women
who served in the Palestinian
units and the Jewish Brigade of
the British Army, Jewish Na-
tional Fund is purchasing 20 areas
for soldiers settlements and other
sites for soldiers' homes in town
and country. Hadassah has under-
taken to provide completely one
such area to be known as the
"Soldiers' Village".
The discussion group is open to
the public without charge. No
solicitation of funds will be made.
pie Beth Sholom will pre- Bnai B'ritl F, leratwo. a mem-
sen second annual Citize. .' ,Cl ^
Award to John D. Montg "ee E,...... g
editor and publisher of the Mian parti
Beach Sun-Star, Feb. 21, accord- Printing company.
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chairman of Recj Cross Leader Seeks
M y receives the ho:.- Volunteers For Drive
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Beach citizen of 1946 in civic at- help cover the 26 resi-
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in Dade county dur-
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n for the Dade coun;> chapter,
Dr. Wolfson Lectures Ameri R I Ci
_ ., Mrs Reedcr said that workers
On Spinoza s Influence must b<. signed up witnin the n. xi
"The Influence of Spin week in order that she and her
Modern Thought" will bi nittee may organize terri-
itopic of the lecture by Dr. An: a- t rial assignments and distribute
'.'.' it Spino- worker kits and other pertinent
,za: u Lifi 3:30 p.m. inforn ati ; March 1, opening
Saturday I Spinoza Forum, date of the drivi toi e $301,000.
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F. Whelan will act as the intero- Red Cross during the campaign
gato.-. urged to t >nta I Mrs. Reeder
Other lecture: s at the Spinoza immediately by calling, or writ-
Forum are Monday evening, Dr. ing hei at Red Cr ss campaign
S who speaks on headquarters, 37 N. E. First it..
"Understanding Yourself;" Tues- Miami.
harles 11 Lee who
Southern Hadassah Meet
Scheduled tor Atlanta
Representatives of Greater Mi-
,", Hadaseah groups will Jm
Sh hundreds of delegates from
Honda, Georgia. SoUtJ-Cnte
and Puerto Rico in Atlanta Feb
16 to 18 for their annual regional
inference which this year has
,.\h,m, of "it Is Later Than
You Think." Mrs. Israel Shap.ro
of Augusta, Ga, is regional pre-
sident and Mrs. Lou.s J. Lev tas
of the Atlanta chapter is confer-
ence chairman.
On the conference program will
he Mrs. Raphael Tourover of
Washington, D.C., national vice
president, who will keynote the
male dinner, and Mrs. Paul W.
Aschner, national chairman of
i gkers bureau, who will act
visor. .
Other guest speakers will in-
clude Mortimer May of Nashville,
Who attended the World
Zi( nist Congress in Basle, Switz-
erland, and was elected to serve
( n the Greater Actions committee,
and Sol Benan.y of Atlanta, who
after representing his district at
Basle, flew to Palestine and has
just recently returned to the
states.
An open forum on "The Voice
of the People" will be a highlight
feature, with a board of experts
including Mrs. Aschner, Rabbi S.
D. Suartzman of Augusta and
Rabbi Harry H. Epstein of At-
lanta.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach group of
Hadassah, will preside at one
of the business sessions and Miss
Frances Cooper, president of the
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Women's division, will
participate in a discussion and re-
view of Arthur Kostler's book,
"Thieves in the Night," which the
Atlanta division of BPW will pre-
sent.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,')t
Austrians Promise
Property Restitute
VIENNA, (JTA,-on ,
of the departure for "* *|
the Austrian delegaCH
meeting of the B,K Four de^
which is considering the a"M
treaty, government reDriZ"!
lives met with Jewish sook^l
and assured the latter thlrN
ally all their demands for L^
tion of property seized duZl
Anschluss would be met 1
Twenty-five amendmenls
present restitution laws wer, I
posed to Minister of P, |
Custody Peter Kreuland *?
presided at the meeting. aw v7|
ister of Justice Joseph Gero 1
were submitted by repri
lives of the Vienna Jewish rl
munity, the World Jewish 1
gress, the Organization of FJ
Concentration Camp InmataJ
church groups.
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QitedaAy, a$ SAtaleJi Miami
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington are..
lami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum, 8:30
m Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Jewish Justice." Saturday
brning services, 8:30 a.m. Larry Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
ss will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Mescheloff will address
Bar Mitzva boy and preach on "A Tired People." Intermediate
vices 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Board of Education.
lior congregation at 10 under the supervision of Max Bertman of
( faculty. Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph
enner and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S.
Bcdman in charge. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos.
obi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclic i .e.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky.
IFriday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by. Maariv. Saturday
ft minyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will
lak. Mincha, 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi
II discuss the portion of the week. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m.,
lowed by a class in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed
fa class in Jewish laws and customs.
Blanket Package Service
Extended By Care
|MIAMI JEWISH ORTHO. \< CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
ive Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
[K.ibolas Shabbos 5:45 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30 p.m.
bbi Grauer will speak on "Faith and Inter-Faith Relationships."
and Mrs. Max Kupferstein will be hosts and will serve refresh-
its. Services Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Alvin Rotenberg, son
Ir. and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Rabbi
juer will address the young man. Rabbi Meyer Fried, guest
laker, will discuss "A Midianite Priest's Appreciation of Judaism."
|ior service, 10:45 a,m. Loretta Kestenbaum will speak on portion
:ic week. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Doubleheader Polo Match | Teen Agere Contribute
To Hospital Campaign
CONSERVATIVE
ICONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
bbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
lLate Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Can-
| Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction
>uis Powesky. In view of the present crisis in Palestine and the
irgence of prejudice Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "If I Were a
ristian." Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand will be hosts at the Oneg Shaz-
, in the auditorium after the services to celebrate the opening of
new office. Sabbath service, 8:30 a.m. Students' services, 10:30
Bar Mitzvah Breakfast club sponsored by the P-TA 8:45 a.m.
Iday. Persons desiring to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat may contact
, chairman, Mrs. Abraham Kasow.
IIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
ich. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Sloan, executive director;
bjor Jacob Y. Goldring.
friday evening service. 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services, 8:15
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "MaimonidesPrince of Torah."
will be the last in a series of three lectures on "Giants of Is-
Cantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the choir.
irday morning service, 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the
ftkly portion of the law. David Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
Bocker, and Alvin Wapnaish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wapnaish,
become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Laibele Waldman will chant the
rice. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday.
LIBERAL
:MPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will preach on
Planters" in observance of Chamisha Osor B'shvat. This will
the fourth in a series joi six sermons on the contributions of
mm and Democracy to a free world. At 10:45 a.m. Saturday
re will be a birthday service honoring religious school children
were born in February. The service will also be dedicated to
Temple's Boy Scout troop in honor of National Scout Week. Can-
Cclemer will render the musical portions at all services.
NEW YORKCARE, the non-
profit, government-aproved Co-
operative for American Remit-
tances to Europe, announces the
extension of its new blanket
package service beginning this
week to Austria, Czechoslovakia,
Finland, Norway, Italy, Greece,
Poland, and the American, British
and French zones of Germany,
plus all of Berlin,
Heretofore available only for
France, Belgium and The Nether-
lands, the new CARE blanket
package now may be sent to any
of the countries cooperating in the
CARE program. This extension of
CARE's service enables individ-
uals and groups in this country
to aid loved ones in Europe, espe-
cially such groups as the refugees
now living without possessions of
their own in displaced persons
camps.
Orders will be accepted for the
blanket packages immediately,
according to Paulomly French,
general manager of CARE. They
will be airmailed to CARE head-
quarters in the European country
concerned, and the packages de-
livered out of CARE's warehouses
there, on the same basis estab-
lished for the organization's fa-
mous food parcel.
The blanket package sells for
ten dollars, and includes two all-
virgin wool blankets weighing
three and three-quarter pounds
each. They are U. S. Army sur-
plus, made to government speci-
fications, olive-drab in color.
In addition to blankets and
sewing materials, the new parcels
contain a pair of composition
soles for men's shoes and a pair
for women's shoes, a pair of rub-
ber heels for men's shoes and
composition heels for women's
shoes, and enough nails for at-
taching the soles and heels.
CARE's famous food package is
also available for purchase in this
country for guaranteed delivery
in eleven European countries at a
total cost of ten dollars. Orders
for either the food package, or
the new blanket package, may be
sent to CARE at 50 Broad st., New
York.
Booked For Tonight
Miami's unbeaten Adventures
will meet the Essex (N. J.) Troop
in the doubleheader polo match
booked for tonight at the Orange
Bowl. In the second event, Del-
ray Beach's Hurricanes will vie
with Milwaukee. Each game will
be four chukkers.
An even match is expected in
the first game. The Essex outfit
holds the highest goal rating of
any team yet encountering the
locals.
The Adventurers will send out
the strongest array possible with
Mike Ph.ipps, Stewart Iglehart
and George Oliver teaming for
the first time this season.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Iman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Jr. Wiley R. Scott, minister of the Miami Beach Community
rch, will be guest speaker during Friday evening services, 8:15
which will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A reception
[follow with Sisterhood members serving as hostesses. They are
Max Meisel, February chairman of hospitality, and the Mes-
es Ada Joseph, Max Hoffman, Clara Hyman, Stella Hantman,
ry Kozakoff and Adolph Wetheimer, chairman of house and re-
pments. Mrs. I. Goldman will light the Sabbath candles. During
bath services, 11 a.m. Saturday, Martin Garden, son of Mr. and
, Herman Garden, will become Bar Mitzva. Refreshments will be
ed following the service.
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ark, N. J., will be guest speaker at the services this evening. Dr.
er, who has served his congregation for more than 40 years, will
kss "Answering the Skeptic." The benediction will be given by
pi Samuel J. Levinson of Temple Beth Emeth, Brooklyn, whose
[anniversary as spiritual leader of that congregation was cele-
pd this year. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and introduce
fuest speaker. A reception will to held in the social hall of the
pie following the service.
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Composed of girls and boys be-
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Latest Lauterbach Book
Is Review Subject
The latest book of the famous
son of Miami Beach parents will
be reviewed by Mr, I. M We.n-; 8 day H
ObitnariPN
IGNATZ BERGER. 63, of 7900
Collins ave., Miami I
m-
be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. wein- M"*- ~7 h ,, yea agJ
stein when she presents Richard chart, com ng nen
E. Lauterbach's "Through Bus- from Peekfbit, ^
*. Rack Door" for the Miami :,IL'h s tt" K'' .' ,,' ,
Eft FrX S ^Tn n^udae 'j
sia's Back Door" for the Miami
Beach Women's d
can Jewish Congress
afternoon, Feb. 14th at the Miami i1^''^ of'Viami Be
Beach Jewish Center. Mr. and; C.Kov hi I ,
Mrs. Morton Lauterbach the au- i A; ,,_
thofs parents, are residents of mcmding m ; ,
Miami Beach, and have been in-
vited to be guests of hor.or
for
the review.
Lauterbach is a well-known
correspondent and author, having
worked on the staff of Life maga-
zine and for a number of years
was head of Life's Moscow bu-
reau. He was the first American
reporter permitted into Russia
through the Siberian frontier
about which his latest book con-
cerns itself.
Originally fcheduled for Tues-
day evening, Feb. 11th, the event
has been changed to the estab-
lished review day, Friday
noon. All subscribers have bun
urged to take note of the change,
This is the sixth in a series of
14 reviews presented by Mrs
Weinstcin during the wintei sea-
son and sponsored by the Miami
Beach AJC. Mrs. Leonard Kim-
ball is chairman of the series, as-
sisted by Mrs. Frank Weiss, co-
chairman. All reviews are open
to the public.
Beach, and one I rotl er Hi
a member of Ton
gregation ard i i B'nai B
neral service: were he! ir
,. apel ol Gi rdon Funeral H :
with Dr, Jaci b H. Kapli n of Tei
p],.. Israel officiating.
>:.: SEE ORPHAN
"iTAim U ANEW
COHEN
II 111 I rvtirocl
DP Sentenced for
Assaulting American
BAD TOELZ, Germany (JTA)
Herman Plachczinsky. Jewish
DP charged with assaulting an
officer during questioning several
months ago by American consta-
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VIENNA, (JTA) The first
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hai arrived her. last work.
... wee 34 persons in the
it and 766 are expected ill
the middle ol next month. An-i
.,,,,,.,. |,300 men. women and
;,,,, in China have received
Austrian visas, while 351 have
.! novt residing
' '"' ,ii'
The ni w '' lodg"
tivesor in ho-
by the Joint
ition Committee. Thei
V nna housing office has prom-
, provide two community
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, till uncertain.
of the 34
tolen and the au-
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' in a DP
where the baggage was
stored foi several days.
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The sentence came after a brief
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PAGE THIRTEEN
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groSBaW
Please Don't Let The Light Go Out
1 he survived a nightmare of cruelty and terror;
1 Struggling against cold, starvation and disease, she
unwanted, hunted, sick and weary almost unto
ath. Then your mercyyour generositybrought
light of hope into her miserable world. That light
ist not go out.
Thousands upon thousands of her people have
en fed, clothed, and given shelter. Countless war-
ded bodies have been mended. Families without
iber have been reunited and returned to their
les. Still others have been helped to find new lives
Palestine. Many who have found haven in America
have received aid in readjusting themselves. But the
shadow of war and oppression is deep and hard to
erase. The wounds are far greater than anticipated and
much slower to heal.
Today, because of unforeseen circumstances, the
number of Jewish displaced persons is three times as
great as a year ago. These homeless Jews of Europe
face another crisis in their birter struggle to survive.
Whether they live or die is squarely up to you and
your conscience. Because the task of mercy is so great,
the United Jewish Appeal this year is asking for more
help than ever before$170,000,000-a sum that can
#%
on
$i70,000,000 WCampaign
If ED JEWISH APPEAL
behalfofJoint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal, United Service for New Americans
Henry Morgenthou, Jr., General Chairman ,
312 Madison Avenue, New York Gty
be raised only through the utmost generosity and
active support on the part of every American.
In mercy's name, give all you can to the campaign
for the United Jewish Appeal in your communiry.
Give more of your time, more of your hearr, and more
of your money than you can afford. No financial offer-
ing you can make, however great, can match the suf-
ferings of those you help.
Remember, you have given them hope. Now, you
must not take it away. Hope is all they have. You must
not let the light of hope go out.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, J
"Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
THE PALESTINE PICTURE:
Although Dr. Chaim Weizmann
i li nger president of the Jew-
ish Agency, it is interesting to
note that Colonial Secretary
Arthur Creech Jones is privately
iscussing the Palestine issue
with him The Colonial Sec-
retary has visited Dr. Weizmann
at 1 e a s t three times since the
World Zionist Congress
Whether the present informal
talks between the Zionist lead-
ers and the British Government
will lead to definite results is
still not clear because of the
attitude of Foreign Secretary
Bevin, who is not friendly to
the Jewish demands All
that is known is that the British
government strongly desires a
positive outcome of fhg con-
ference on Palestine, satisfac-
tory to all parties From what
is going on behind the scenes,
it is apparent that Britain is
willing to increase the oresenl
immigration quota to admit
8C.000 Jews to Palestine within
two years ... It also is ready
to grant wider independence to
Jews in Palestine by giving
them what the British govern-
ment calls "administrative par-
tition."
u edition of
appearance of a niw Arab'
'' AU,"nl H bed bv Flit-
KeArab national movement
^TotrgumU
says*
nan on-Jews J ^ 0-
.. ltic countries considei Zionu >
lew embodiment of th. oW
Jewish yearning for the Holy
II, tries to prov<
the "belief by Christian, I
Zionist is desti. ^'"
the fulfillment of Biblical prop-
ecies is a misconci ptioi
\ imitting thai then a his-
.,,,.,. connection between Jews
,nd r,,l,-une. h< argue; I '
historic connection is not r, ei
sarily synonymous with title to
possession He then attempts
to create the impression that the
On and the Bril --------.--------, -.........m
.: of consider- fions as furthering prejudice.
Palestine was no great success in New
Arabs .. They ah 01 the York ... It ran on Broadway
safej in- for only a few weeks
leresl I 1 on the The w 1 d "Jew"
continuation of British rule there
... All in all. it amounts to a
modified "federalization plan"
Some members of the cabinet feel
that such a plan can be in:posed
upon both the Jews and the Arabs
regardless of their objections, and
that the plan could obtain the
approval of the United Nations.
*
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
Anti-Si mitism as a s e r 1 0 u s
American problem will receh
'first thorough cinematic examin-
ation in the production of the
screen version of "Gentleman's
Agreement," a forthcoming novel w ,..
by Laura Z.Hobson... The novel I establishment oi a Jewish state
is currently appearing as a serial m Palestine cannot be accom-
:in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and ut displacing me
20th Century-Fox has bought it Arabs...
for production this year Thi tc him the solution of the
story deals with a writer who re- Palestine problem can be
in assigment to do a Si ries achieved by proclaiming Pales-
rticles on anti-Semitism tjne as an independent Arab
In ordei to obtain material, hi state in wnich "as many Jews
... is a Jew w;t; shattc ring
oi sequenci s t 1 his own life .
A similar novel. "Focus," by Art-
hur Miller, was bought for the
last summer by the King
rs, I ul plans for its pro-
n a:, still nebulous .
Bing Crosby's production of
"Abie's Irish Rose" which is
considered by Jewish organiza-
as the country can hold without
prejudice to its political and
economic freedom" would be
permitted to live with full citi-
zenship rights .
Such a state, he says, would
naturally be tied to Britain by a
for the safe-
guarding of British strategic and
economic inten sts Partition-
ing of Palestine is, of course,
ruled out by the author Per-
haps the most remarkable thing
about the author is his statement
veib will that he tried to arrive at his con-
U. S. Announces Plan
To Return War Dead
ATLANTA-Tentotive date for
the return of the tost NMlMJ
America's World War II dead
f !,, temporary military ceme-
overs, as is August, 947,
|in8 to war department in-
formation received today by Col.
Ricl ,rd B. Thornton, command-
er of th, Atlanta General
Dep< '
Bodies ol those who fell at
Pearl Harbor and other armed
forces p.rs,mnel who now rest in
seven cemeteries in Hawaii will
the s.m Francisco port of
embarkation about Aug. 18. Those
win, are buried in the Henri
Chapelle temporary cemetery in
Belgium are scheduled to arrive
at the New York port of em-
barkation about Aug. 25.
Only the remaim of those
whose return is requested by next
of kin will be brought back to the
U S for final burial in either a
private cemetery or a national
I cemetery.
Tentative schedules for the re-
turn of World War II dead are
based on the assumption that full
delivery of caskets ordered
bv the war department will begin
in May and will continue without
interruption due to shortages of
basic materials.
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+Jewisti HcridUan
PAGE FIFTEEN
(Copyright, 1M, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
PLAIN TALK
.FROM ALFRED SEGAL-
JRAYONS AND HAIR RIBBONS. .
I have just had a visitor, Mr. Albert Richman, a fine old
Untleman who called to tell me about his daughter in Ger-
iany, and maybe a lot of the readers of this column might care
help her in her blessed work. It doesn't take much for any-
xly to be helpful; just a matter of sending little things like
ayons and hair ribbons for little kids.
Mr. Richman had in hand quite a package of such things
at he was about to mail to his daughter. He was proud of
-r, the way she has been faithful to her dedication as a social
jiq b 'S3A) "UJm joj aiqissod
DAIpBJJlB SB }I 95JBUI OJ gUlXj;
Km uBiuqoiH SS!W PUB 'qSnoqi
ieq aq oj jsaq aqj sbm jbuj, ui
tisj doan 01 33Bid b jtpDJBOs jnq
q3u 11 b joojdjaqiB8M 'sjjobj
gq XUUB UBUIJ30 JOVUtOJ B JO
k}[3qs jaSeoui aqj ut ;>.m.\\ /Catij,
laqj jo pajpunq uaAaja ajso
ut suBqdjo qstMaf jo 5po|j
pi:q 3qs 'XueuiJOQ ui 'mojj
'VHHNfl
Iim adojng oj paujnioj pcq
Jiiioq iisia jauq b jaije 'uoq^
ui: jbm aqi qSnojqi Ssojo pay
bj q}iA\ SB3SJ3A0 uaoq psq aqs
3uiXbjs sbm UBiuqoiy apru
Hag jnq 'auioq auioo psq pue
e ;i jo paJij puB 5jois aiuooaq
tq sjaqjo 'SJeaX os.iqj hb Xpa
bjj uBadojng qj ui Joi|.iom
lirtain in the windows might
tip. A gay ribbon in the hair
ould lift a troubled little head.)
They were children from
Poland and Hungary who had
ought refuge in the U.S. lone.
"hrough the war years they
had been in concentration
amps or hiding in the woods,
low they are wanderers in the
rorld, though it was to hare
een a brave, new, good bright
rorld after the war.
iMiss Richman had written to
fer father about them .
these children arrive bedrag-
ed and malnourished, but with
}e will to have a safe and bet-
future," she said. There was
pough of the basic things for
eir needs; the U.S. Army and
bluntcer agencies see to that."
|But there's much else besides
ead that children need "It
amazing that the finding of
lils or paint or a hammer or a
Jht bulb is the occasion for a
llebration," Miss Richman said,
pad but true."
KWEY USELESS .
[She, herself, goes about to
pnt for such things; she buy*
em with packages of cigarets.
loney has no value in Ger-
any.) But there is much of
Us needed among the 1,100
kildren and so little to be had,
d she wondered whether she
ould trouble Jews in the U.S.
send something. Not cash,
Bt packages of little things
te curtain material, hair rib-
, crayons and pencils.
^ould her father ask? Mr.
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Richman had sent packages of
his own and had gone among his
friends who said yes, they were
glad to. But there was so much
more needed than he, himself,
could gather. He had called on
me to ask: could this column
speak to U.S. Jews on account
of these children? It wasn't
much to ask for, was it? Just
small things by which children
could be made happier. Children
require so little for happiness.
WHAT CHILDREN NEED .
His daughter had sent him
a list of the things they want
most: Crayons, hair ribbons,
scarfs, pencils, paper clips,
thumb tacks, drawing paper,
curtain material. Writing paper,
envelopes, thread, embroidery
thread, needles, cloth tape, basic
English-German books.
"That isn't much to ask for,
is it?" Mr. Richman said.
No. Not at all. Only in the re-
cent weeks American Jews have
been lavish with gifts for their
own children, for Chanukah some
for Christmas: bicycles and elec-
tric trains, elaborate doll houses
and portable typewriters, (I heard
of a 16-year old girl who was
given a Ford coupe for Chanu-
kah, or maybe it was for Christ-
mas.) People shouldn't mind giv-
ing hair ribbons, crayons and
scarfs. It is only a matter of fill-
ing up a small carton and sending
it to Miss Gertrude K. Richman,
UNRRA, Team 188, APO 757, U.S.
Army, c/o Postmaster, New York
City, New York.
She said packages should weigh
no more than eight pounds and
should not be too large. She de-
scribed the place that is the home
of her 1100 children: "The bar-
racks are bare and unattractive
but we hope to paint and decorate.
Everything is makeshift. The
children are organized in groups
kibutzimwith adult leaders.
They range from 4 years to 18.
No education or home life since
1939. We have a few teachers
available who have not taught for
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It's called the Rosenheim
Children's Center. It's part of
a camp for adults who are or-
ganized "From the kibuix
leaders is elected a governing
committee which in turn elects
a chairman Every one
children and adults who belong
to the kibutz grouphopes to go
to Palestine and have se-
curity from future persecution.
"So far, we have started kin-
dergarten, some school classes,
adult language classes, library,
club room, sports, theater, small
tailor shop (only two sewing ma-
chines), shoe repair shop (equip-
ment only for three cobblers).
Each day we try to send groups
to the mountains for a few hours'
outing and hiking. We must start
vocational training shops but
equipment is hard to find."
Yes, adds Miss Richman in a
postcript, there's something else:
Some tailor's shears are needed
and I myself attach an addendum
to Miss Richman's list: I notice
some of the children are as young
as four and there's a kindergarten
class. Yes, some dolls, too, some
toys that little boys like.
Well, Mr. Richman, I've done
what you asked in behalf of your
fine daughter Gertrude.
Permanent FEPC Bill
Introduced in House
WASHINGTON (JT A) Rep.
Adam Clayton Powell, New York
Democrat, has introduced a bill
to provide for the establishment
of a Permanent Fair Employment
Practices Commission to prohibit
discrimination in employment.
Other F.E.P.C. bills, similar to
the Powell bill, have been intro-
duced in the House by Democrats
William L. Dawson of Illinois,
Helen Gahagan Douglas of Cali-
fornia, and Everett Dirksen, Re-
publican, of Illinois. There have
been no F.E.P.C. bills introduced
in the Senate to date.
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+JenistJ1cridtifl
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
PLAN FOR THE FIRST MEDICaTsCHOOL IN PALESTINE
UNVEILINGS
A monument memorializing the
late Mrs. Fanny C opersmith,
wife of Hyman Cooperemith of
Miami Beach, will take place 1
p.m Sunday in the Woodlawn
park Rabbis Moses
Mescl elofl and Irving Lchrman
fficiate, assisted by the Rev.
Maun.. Man hi Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
-
. i _
Architect's drawing of buildings for the H?brew University-Hadassah Medical School on
ML Scopus. Jerusalem for which S4.000.000 if being raised in the United States. Photo
hows both existing and projected buildings which provide the first grade A medical school
In the Middle East. It is expected the medica' center, which will include the present Roths-
child-Hadassah-University Hospital, will be reaiy to open its doors to students in 1948.
New buildings: (1) Library and Adminisfation building; >2) Institute for Anatomy and
Pathology; (3) Institute for Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology; (4) existing Nathan
Ratnofi building for postgraduate medical research Additions: (51 Outpatient department to
be added to Rothschild-Hadassah-University Hospital; (6' wing to be added to Henrietta Szold-
Hadassah School of Nursing. Other buildings: (7) Hadassah Tuberculosis Hospital; (8)
Hebrew University buildings and (91 projecteJ universi;-.. buildings.
T;-,- Un\ fa monument
the 1 ol the late Benja-
in Sc : 844 Jefferson
avc will at 2:30 p.m.
J, wish section of
\v lawn Park cemetery. Rabbi
, y : Beth Jacob
m ill officiate. Ar-
if Sid-
ney H. I'ai:: ir of the Miami
Monu iny. Friends and
equested to attend.
Unvi nument to
the mi f G G. Glatt
will :. Sunday at p.m.
at Mt N tery with Rabbi
: iating. Ar-
the direc-
tion n Monument com-
pany : ; nested to
I" I
Polish Jews Suppo,,
Present Government
WASHINGTON. ,jTa.
lour-man delegation reLT A I
mg the American Jt-JI'T^ I
Council, part of a mne "h ^ I
recently returned !iZ^ I
conditions in Poland toldi yc< I
conference here that thevV*" I
"not one Jew in Poland L'^ I
not want the present gove I
put back into power" "*" I
Among the steps taken k
Polish Government,; *" I
anti-Semitism and racS? ? I
delegation reported, are w7 I
tion providing for the pros!^ I
ol those committing anU*> I
acts, an educational P?1?J* I
eluding discussions V^ I
tie. on the fallacy of .VSj I
race theory and plavs h?" I
Jewish contribution" toV^ I
civilization. *UTmt I
Discuss Vet Problems
Hospitalization and emerge
housing for ex-servicemen?.
when the United Veteran, ?
cl of Dade county me^
p.m. Sunday at the Miaml jjj
club, according to Max M. C.
mann, commander
Two delegates of each veto,
ans organization ir. the cuZ
will attend. ^
GROUP TO HONOR
YIDDISH NOVELIST
Y Y folk songs pre-
I. I. S ^ Michael P senberg of
. I 1 nd Ar-
ber Talus Viddish novelist ai mposer and
and contribut to the Jewish list (man, singer,
Mom:-.: Journal. honored, us M : anist
by a group I n Is at a I'm nts will be served
literary -- .....- pen to the public.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
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The recently organized Jewish
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Jacob Mondres. P. ughkeepsie,
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Alfred Myers of Kingston, N,
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Sam Cohen, of Philadelphia,
former resident of Palm Beach
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following his retu service
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I. : rnoL OlA 'NIGHT OF STARS' A gala roundup of show people is scheduled to appear during the "Night of Stars" to be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob Saturday night at 4hc Flamingo Park bandshell. They include Belle Baker. Myron Cohen. Martha Rave. Emile Boreo, Willie Howard and Al Kelly, Charlie Farrcll. Charlie Carlisle, Maxie Rosenbloom and Max Bacr. Joey Adams and Tony Canzoneri, Johnny Howard. Mel Murray, Pat Rooney, Jackie Miles. Lanny K"ss. Joe E. Lewis and others. Proceeds from the affair will be used by the Sisterhood towards the work of the synagogue, the religious school and the educational expansion fund. Mrs. Jack Hirseh. Mrs. Anna Berow, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky and Mrs Hose Hayes head the ticket committee. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Hose Weiss, Mis. Harry Genet and Mrs. Rose Hayes. Serving as ushers will be the Misses Judy Hayes. Betty Li I Gibber, Edna Schoenberg, Dons Schoenberg, Miriam Feit. Judy S.uil. Ruth Wolfson, Malvina Weiss, Betty Wise and the Mesdames Irving Genet, Abe Loskove, Irwin Makovsky. Louis Bbenstein, Mel Tannen. and the Messrs. David Goldstein. Martin Genet, Irving Genet, Saul Genet, Murray Kostoff, Sy Kostoff. Jack Feit. Mel Tannen. Samuel Tannenbaum, Jack Hirseh and Abe Lnskove, Over 21 Group Aids March of Dimes Fund the March of tin•'Over Proceeds f'"" 1 r^nroulVfhe Beach V •TP;,,!";':^;..^;;^ paralyiSS Forty dollar. wMW at the affair. Mackey and Michel „, t he Arthur Murray Anita Tucker. dance studios were the program. Miss Louise and Miss G featured on Kluck was hostess rtrude Perr was LEGAL NOTICES •E IS HERKUT UIVKN thT. %  i signed, desiring to engag,?' under the fictitious naA 1? .OK WORM. >t 2M \SLJ ('oral llahl.. VI. I_. V"-* NOTICE the undei IUISIIICSH THE HOOKWORM, at 214 Avenue, Coral Oahles. Fla. IntendTt"!! register nall name with the t'lerk o? the circuit court of Dad* i',,,.,' Florida. BERNARD O. BROMRERG Sole Owner SILVER. KAPI.AN DIETZ, Attorneys for Applicant. 'y, mistress of ceremonies. LEGAL NOTICE Willie Howard and Al Kelly will the Beth Jacob affair tomorrow be among the many stars at night. TO HONOR COUPLE Romeo and Juliet of the evening will be proclaim! ; Kiss Quiz, the climax of the Valentine's Day party to be sponsored by Branch 692Y of the Workmen's Circle at 25 Washington ave., Wednesday i v A buffet supper will and the entertainment will include dancing .met games, This party is the first series in a newly inaugurated social program. Mi mbi and friends are invited to attend. A program benefiting the Jewish National Fund and the Child Rescue Fund is being planned by ihe Pioneer Wornen's Organization club number one for Feb. 22 at the William Per.p hotel. Miami Beach. .'TK ?•' %  I I W SCHWARTZ \iv\li II, WE1SHERO Kl.MNi: WEINBERG War Assets Administration plans to offer $22,000,000 worth of surplus located at 13 Florida locaduring February. March and April. 3-Bedroom CBS. corner. 100-ft. frontage; electric kitchen, spacious front and rear porches (tiled floor on front porch), portecochere and detached CBS garage: near stores and school. Nice neighborhood. Prewar construction. $13,500 terms; $12,600 all Cash Owner on Premises 10:00-4:00 Daily 4641 N. W, 15th Court A "Flat" Offer! I THERE WILL BE NO CHARGE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DRINK IF OUR BARTENDER CANNOT MIX IT! ZISSElN '8 w **. L H49 N, MIAMI AVE. %  JTl • • %  "< %  %  %  |n "" Everything ioi .he Moiorhi Liberal Trade-in Allowance FOR YOUR PRESENT TIRES on the purchase of New SEIBERUNG TIRES Come in today and see the new 1947 Seiberling (Special Service) Tires. You'll be surprised at the liberal trade-in value of your present tires. Don't wait! Drive to a Dixie Station today! Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT %  I I'Hiiu: MB 53Z7 N.MI 3S39 N. *.**** **H1S.W. 1st STREET 945 FIFTH ST. M. B. ,-iO ALTON BD.M.B. Eleclrkol Appliances -or the Home Ask ior U. S. Government Inspection No, 1 /, And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS A PBOVTSION CO Exclusive DUtributon PBone 2-6141 1721 N.W. 7th Avenue MIAMI i i, (Wit KRASXKR HARIM S'llAl %  KAPLAN. %  •f ... w • clerk "i ( ,.,,!,• I '..lint> NOTICE IS HERBHY OIVKN that Hi,, undersigned, desiring to engage nt liuslnaM under the fictitious name nt BADE DKl'AHTMENT STORE 1547 8. \V. 27th Avenue. In the City ,f Miami. Florida, Intend to reglst the said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of I>ade County. KWid-, JACK A. OILMAN MAE OILMAN VRONOV1TZ, WK1NKI.K A AltoXOVITZ. Attorneys for Applicants, 741 Seybold Bid*., Miami, Fla. 2/7-14-21-28 3/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that ili„ undersigned, desiring to engage In tcisiness under the fictitious name 0 j NATIONAL DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT, at 1690 H. W. th St, Int. nil to register said name with the i Merle of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .ICLICS XADLER EM.IS 8AMESS BERTHA SAMESS WILLIAM L. PALLOT. Attorney for Applicant, 1214 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida. '10-17-24-11 2/7 NOTICE is HERKin GIVEN that i: ,"N ,I''IVN ; N ; i ,; %  II I'll iRS • %  • %  N \V -"" v | r tend fict.i me III the ..i %  I] I'll, ult i % % %  !.• rlda. SAMI i:iUl-ANK ii v II.VI.I: ELIZABETH UI.SNK TilKItKSA MILLER \N1\ KRAMER M \RI'• %  F Ida Xn Re • HERBERT B MOO M w,' ei used NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL m.SCHAR'iE Ni iTIi 'E is hereb that I have d : petition foi • •r the Herlierl D Moon .i. d.iind thai oi the TIL day of Pel I :!l apply to I hi u r lllnntoi County %  ind f... Ex, • \ nt the llei In rl II Mi a. deiv of J IJ47 V M Ml %  'MAW. M W I! SILVER. • %  v NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin, undersigned, desiring to engage in huaineafl under the fictitious name of THE STYLE SHOP, at 17nn N. w. Ith St intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i 'ounty, Florida, BEATRICE R. GOLDMAN, Sole Owner. MYERS, HEIMAX A KAPLAN, Attorney! for Applicant. I J4-31 2-7-14-81 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t., engage In l>UHlneaa under the fictitiousname of MCE RICH CO. <>F MIAMI. KLOR. IDA (nol Inc.), at 742 X W. 12nd St.. intend to register said name with the cierh ,f tinCircuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. NATHAN MANNEY A I.BERT MANNEY Mil. TON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant. I 24II 2-7-14-21 NOTIOE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that ill,, uiideislgned are engaged In huslless under the fictitious name of 1.AIIELLE APARTMENTS, at UK Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., ind intend to register the said flrtlli iname In the office of the Clerk if the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida, SAMCEL WEINER BEUeA WEINER Sole owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, XOI ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai gage in %  %  %  %  u Fla Intend Clerk irt Bade County, Heel %  \ \R< IN AMI ; FREIMCH KENT II XOTICE IS HEREK\ .... %  GIVEN tli.it siring to • g L -,. ,, me of VX1 RS, at i:.„ s W :""' '' %  i Miami, Fla %  with th. irt of Dadi i Ri iBEH I %  % %  iii :i VIIRY KRISSEL ; v 'iivrsthat l'.C n S"Y l\,'i ] It ; ik-. rlda i" i. : VIDES f CK llS '" 1 GIVEN that enjoin ,, nty, Florida H %  MAN' I W VRSHAW SII \pntn iners. Attorney for Applicants. 24-31 2-7-14-21 \"TH-K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la liuslneaa under the fictitious name of • :1H" 'KLYN BEEF CO., at 3SM N. W. Till Ave., Intends to register said .mi" with the Clefk of the Circuit '".iiirt of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR BOROK MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Arthur Uorok, 050 Sevbold Bldg., Miami 32, Florida. : 11-17-2 4-31 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In -s under the fictitious name of COTTON DKKHH SHOP, at 61! X s,,ond Avenue. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ( lrnit Court of l>,id" County, Florida ANNA H. L.E1BOW1TZ, Sole Owner. MAN R SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. 1,10-17-24-11 2/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi., undersigned are engaged In Dualnews under the fictitious name o[ "i:\N CREEK APARTMENTS a %  .970-5180 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach, Fla.. and Intend to register tl tald lictltlouH name In the office M the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Otm County, Florida. SA.MCEI. WEINER BELLA WEINER. Bole owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorneys for Applicants I 24-31 2-714-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that the undersigned, desiring to engage l-UMii-ss under the fictitious MIW !" PALACE BOWLINO CENTER. J N w Mth s. Miami, Fla., hrteJJJW register the said name with the cier* of the Circuit Court of Dade Counu, Florida, MACK COHAN MCRRAYGLACKMAN MYERB, HEIMAX & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Petitioners. 1 '17-24-31 2'7-14 .NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVENttg the undei .signed, desiring to engsg' business under the fictitious "•".'-f.' I'EPPER'S SI'It PLUS "ALVAO* %  t 1112 X. W. 6th Avenue. '"' Florida, intend to register ,"'"„,"; ,, f wl'h the lerk of th" Circuit < """ Dade County, Florida. .„,,.„ MORRIS PEPPCT FANNY PEPPKB MAX It SILVER. Attorney for Applicants' 10-17-24-11 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY '-^^JX the undersigned, desiring to '"" rf islness under the fir-1J11• o-"JS C ,, % % %  IS' -I.CSIVE ARTISTS AGEXrV 220 2~rd Street. Miami Beach. Ftw intends to register said nam p tl •lerk of the Circuit Oburt of "County, Florida „_T-vr HARRY BRENT JOEL P, NEAVMAN. Attorney for Exclusive Artists Ageno'. -i4-;i-;



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b-RIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1947 +Je*isi) fhrldllan PAGE THIRTEEN W:Wm groSBaW Please Don't Let The Light Go Out 1 he survived a nightmare of cruelty and terror; 1 Struggling against cold, starvation and disease, she unwanted, hunted, sick and weary almost unto ath. Then your mercy—your generosity—brought light of hope into her miserable world. That light ist not go out. Thousands upon thousands of her people have en fed, clothed, and given shelter. Countless warded bodies have been mended. Families without iber have been reunited and returned to their les. Still others have been helped to find new lives Palestine. Many who have found haven in America have received aid in readjusting themselves. But the shadow of war and oppression is deep and hard to erase. The wounds are far greater than anticipated and much slower to heal. • Today, because of unforeseen circumstances, the number of Jewish displaced persons is three times as great as a year ago. These homeless Jews of Europe face another crisis in their birter struggle to survive. Whether they live or die is squarely up to you and your conscience. Because the task of mercy is so great, the United Jewish Appeal this year is asking for more help than ever before—$170,000,000-a sum that can #•%• on $i70,000,000 WCampaign If ED JEWISH APPEAL behalfofJoint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal, United Service for New Americans Henry Morgenthou, Jr., General Chairman 312 Madison Avenue, New York Gty be raised only through the utmost generosity and active support on the part of every American. • In mercy's name, give all you can to the campaign for the United Jewish Appeal in your communiry. Give more of your time, more of your hearr, and more of your money than you can afford. No financial offering you can make, however great, can match the sufferings of those you help. • Remember, you have given them hope. Now, you must not take it away. Hope is all they have. You must not let the light of hope go out. SUPPORT THE SITO.OOO.OOO UNITED JEWISH APPEAL THROUGH UNPRECEDENTED GIVING TO THE GREATER MIAMI CAMPAIGN FOR $1,309,741 Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1002 CONGRESS BLDG. Phone 3-5411 MIAMI 32



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%  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  w^fesst PACT FOOT Editorial face Facts JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL Encouraged by nation-wide, one1 even^world-wide ; acdajmj Bw GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Reoional D r, AtIt i-Dcfamation I!" 0 '" Encouraged by nation-wide, and even w !" !" / ^usic^ A va „.,nt but v fully feeble of Jewish music week programs last year the > ew h JT S '^ V JJ was made this we Coincil representing ^^r^V^tS^TlaS one'ine X announced for this year a Jewish Music lestival lasung one erSTmonth. from Feb. 7 to March 6 It is the 1hoped the council "that this intensive activity will reach the masses o ; ceoole upon whose appreciation and interest the development KN u R .., oTIewish^musical acuity in America' tepe^ The^wj* Music Council is sponsored by the NaUonal Jewish Weltare ; ;; „ El e.e uj^^^ board In %  embarking on its avowed aim of stimulating an interest £ and coordinating Jewish musical activities m our country, the as C Ru Music CouncU has striven from its beginning ir .May 945. w ^ develop an understanding and respect for Jewish cu urein £e community at large." At the same Ume, the council Goodman to Describe Visit to Palestine ru8l returned from Palestine „n attending the World Zionist I R, Goodman of St. SECOND YIDDISH jjfl SLATED FOR SUNDAT Additional members of ih. VJ I dish Nite cast were arm *l this week by Ben Essen _£_! and director of the •' Congress, I "• v.'"""'"-" "'""and director of the .hn, 7* K£ Ma. will be guert speaker wi „ m ke ^ow^ the meeting Of th ? M 'S at p.m. Sunday ov .Z'ft h group ..f Hadassah at .30 Miami Beach Senjor mg^ They are Sam S.lver^S lodge, B'nai D {j —_%  B'naj H which sponsors the musical S and Jerome Weinklc. Silver** appear in the schoolroom JJ and Weinkle will recite LI ,-luu < %  '" % %  into thro* s. they i, -> ty at large." At me same ume, .o --*r_ -•-_ clearly in View the broader aim of making a.contnbutionto \t cultural liie of America. The council may view withi prideithj fruits Oi its labors last year. Through its efforts over 200 Jewish nranhizations seven national hook-ups, and thousands of Jewf 13 Klans ? 8 rcemers synagogues and USO clubs participated. Going V This year, with signs pointing to the partiapatjon aqam of K1 thousands of Jewish communities and some non.Jewah a 9* !" e s : Jr.. telethe council has published a Manual on Music Fest val ana Inas m made available from its headquarters at the National Jewish P^.. Weliare Board printed aids, posters, mats and articles. Interest in the Music Festival will doubtless be enhanced this year through the announcement of a competition for .he c bett&h musical compositions. The council will award a S e 99 oSe Tll.000 for the be* work of symphonic demensions ; SsM for a chamber orchestral work, and S500 taajjcj h of he ^ play suitable to be performed by younq people in theJo nni of Sn operetta, or dramatic narrative for use on Jewish festivals FundVfor the prizes have been made available by the Cleveland Jewish Community Council and the Esco fund. It is a truism that great social and cultural movements do not occur in a vacuum-and this is certainly true of the coming Music Festival. Included in the programs this year will be songs sung in concentration camps as well as those but recently heard from the lips of the Cyprus deportees To all men of qood will these must serve as a reminder of the plight oi thouIcmds of Jews in DP camps and that in Palest, ne a deafly Ku Klux struggle is going on on whose early resolution depends the P whjch was morous poem. The lodge has deal of effort Monday Ho will be introS^edbyMrs Milton Sirkln, program chairman. -'Annual report of the groups tree project will be given by Mrs. M ,x VVeisel A musical program ;,.;„ bc presented at the close of the business session. Mrs Abraham Goodman and Mrs ,i Swerdlin will be official delegates of the local chapter at egional conference to beheld n Atlanta Feb. 16-18. cooperating in a national j 330 Seybold bk) ast year tohelpfoundl tier's village winch will be I Palestine to resettle l Jews who served in v. the local chapI Hadassah will undertake ign to help estabther settlement for the ng to Mis Feda Kalspent a w 1 "i-ranginn event 3; P'ogram. are still avil able at the Shole all-Yiddish comedy part of its cultural A few tickets lem lodge ggJ MYERS RENAMED TO NATIONAL POST (Continued from Page 1) many needs of Jews at home abroad in 1947. 2. The coordination develoj through the United Jewish U 4 line tu Mis Iecia rvaiI "" i ,i i,„.. peal be extended to inc udm rtis, : il__S_^ &-_! *< %  *: seeking : officials of the KKK have likewise have been frying lo cloak their aims with respectability. In Orlando recently the Klan wrote letters to the editors of the local papers asserting that the Klan is purely a "fraternal, benevolent, charitable" organization which "is opposed to violence.' However, one of the three inah, the group is t-to-i oast drive. 50 p. r.-nt of the iscd will go tow. iiiage project, gram

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HDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1947 +Jewisti tier Mian PAGE NINE ing $412,000,000 worth of bonds may not be a qualificator the presidency of th e MiIWomen's Auxiliary to the i Home for the Aged but the record of Mrs. Louis jj., 611 Espanola Way. Herzog has settled down munal work here after di; 3,000 Brooklyn women Bei is throughout the war. jwn as the American JewIfomen Volunteers, the oration was founded by Mrs. oy. shortly after Pearl Harielhng war bonds, entertainjo.-pitalized servicemen, knit|or the Red Cross, doing canwork, maintaining blood preparing gift kits for p. men—all sorts of war work lamed on by the 10 chapters rwv. jition, there was work to ie for the United China ReRussian War Relief, Brit• Relief and other allied ties. women sold enough bonds flying fortress that bore Jtiir of David on its side, bonds purchased 50 army a §3.000,000 hospital ship, rniy ambulance and a staragon to take wounded ser|tn to baseball and football of New York's first air jrardens, Mrs. Herzog foundJewish Daughters of lea after organizing the J. The Daughters were serien"> wives, sisters and earta who gave dances and |ainnunt programs for the ui cooperated in other warirojects. buthe war, Mrs. Herzog blues singer on Radio Sta-' 1TMCA for 12 years. Later Dini mid her singing with lork and was a familiar figIt patriotic rallies—singing Spangled Banner or immunal singing. Herzog's citations from the hn.ent and the agencies : wartime projects she aided Isizable scrapbook. At one kho was called "Brooklyn's Di Rooosevelt" for her paivors, %  i war work, she has fctive in aiding Boys' Town, Vertained for hospitalized kd children and helped out pi charitable work, land Mrs. Herzog have liv%  Miami Beach for the past la They have two daugh1*1 four grandchildren. One er is Powers Model Carol rown. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. Mtictty eonpdentud (Copyrioht, 1946. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON PLEASE NOTE refus1:d P admksu,nT nCd SkaUnR rink Th e Icelandia" in Toronto, The Jewish Amm?.„ y U 15 JeWi8h girl because she was J -' wi h „ !" ,„1 community Is very much surprised and aroused NOTHING TO LAUGH AT and audiences hate t %L&P rfta u ematorial crisis humorously, about"? Newr P Hitn? d h" n M whcn the newscommentator jokes r<.mir,H J 4u ed llors should have known better Wc mient at a Ku Khav KH a n S teCS N ^M 8 1946 Hernnan Talmadge "poke Atlanta" Geoigia barbecue heW in the municipal auditorium of RATHER STRANGE sion T t h h1it P pK n t^ ae p azine in its current issu e Rives the imprescditor hart nnthinT. f assen s recent resignation as contributing Brainin ,c 2228S. W 5 ? tsoeve iu t do with tne resignation of Joseph ,r.oh h,t T. e edltor %  %  Thls might wel1 be so But strangely reason. re81tlned on the sa !" day-if not for the? same MORE THAN DISPLACED n.^£ L Asof f kv executive director of HIAS. reporting on his th Europe where he studied the Jewish DP situation, said that rt d lsp a ? cd ? misnomer ... He described the refugees as deserted, dejected, destitute, despoiled, despondent, desperate, aopistd, disillusioned, defeated and deceived" persons Mr Asotsky also praised the Polish government for its unremitting light to end anti-Semitism BROADWAY GOSSIP Danny Kaye, currently drawing $20,000 per week (ph-huh— l days) for his hilarity at Miami's Coparnhnna, flattens a ringside heckler a few nights back. The Kid from Brooklyn didn t like that line from Berlin Danny, by the way. may De co-starred with Charlie Chaplin in a new film That's one we wouldn't miss Milton Berle, whos e decision to lake lo the airways lefl lhal Copa job for Danny, will preview oerformances of his new radio show in children's hospitals in the New York area ... A different one each week Arthur Mayer and Joe Burstyn. distributors of "Open City," arc going into production in Italy with Roberto Rossellini. director of the classic Italian anti-faflcist film Jules Munshin, of the "Call Me Mister" cast, is packing them in at New York's Cafe Society Uptown Mr. Krishna Nehru. Pandit's sister, took in the show the other night Her raves join many others, including the New York Stock Exchange club's Jules is getting their plaque as the best comic to emerge from the armed forces Watch this lad. he's headed for stardom It's a boy, their third, for the Albert E. Kahns He's the former Dartmouth track star, and more recently is the president of the Jewish People's Fraternal Order. IWO. and co-author of "The Great Conspiracy Against Russia" DID YOU KNOW That the Jewish population in Palestine has increased by 165.000 in the past seven years—or 33 % since the outset of the war Half of this is accounted for by immigration and the other half by natural increase The present Jewish population totals 630.000. as compared with 455,000 in 1939 ... It is twelve times greater than in 1919 .. WELL DONE The fourth and final edition of "American Jews in World War II" is now in preparation This two volume saga of Jewish participation in the war has been written by Irving Kaufman, a wellknown correspondent in both the European and Pacific theaters of war ... It is based on the scrupulously authenticated material compiled by the War Records bureau of the National Jewish Welfare board Facts like these are good weapons against "patriotic" hatemerchants Joseph E. RackoTtJcy 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 27439 "111 HOTIL ^^ Jr!_tD— T— < Zr~ %  xz 3 3 i %  ""-31 %  -m 1 1 n %  |"T— 1 TNI TIDM M ITOIIIS DIVOTID TO tUXURIOUS IIVINO •UPEKIATIVI >SHER CUISINE • OwitriMp-MoiiaeeaMaf %  JMlfc Comacufivs r.o, 1 OCEAN DRIVE AMI BEACH FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 To Meet At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob synagogue will be the scene of the next meeting of the Miami Beach Woman's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, according to Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. The event is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 18. The Hashkaban, Sephardic funeral rite, was first recited for a non-Jew in a Jewish house of woiship at the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue, N.Y., during a Lincoln memorial service in April, 1865. Bingo Party Aids HMO Hadassah Medical Organization in Palestine will benefit from the bingo party which the Beach Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah will sponsor 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Raleigh hotel, 1777 Collins ave. The public is invited to attend. Merchandise donated by Miami Beach stores will be offered as prizes, according to Miss Edyth Fleisher, chairman. The first pulpit utterances in connection with Lincoln's death were heard in the synagogues because Lincoln died on a Saturday. mill i Jlli GEIIZB Original Rose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT FREE DELIVERY 3i8 un comns Ave. 7 Cou rse Dinners $1.15 Up "SUfiUS? == PHONE 58-1183 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular prices. Sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS SEKVIMO WIRIECill* 1*6 C 0 L i I U '. A A M I r f A '* KEVLIN HOTEL-SuSTiST" Our Kosher Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P.M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED PHONE 5-71 NOW OPEN ENJOY A REAL GOOD JEWISH KOSHER MEAL AT THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264 Steaks, Chops, Chicken and Fine Choice of Other Dishes Reservations Suggested Served from 5:30 to I P.M. STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach MENDELSOHN'S Ocean Villa Kosher Restaurant 1301 Collins Avenue, corner 13th Street. Miami Beach OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SERVING DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS HOTEL ROOMS NEWLY DECORATED PHONE 5-9334 Air Conditioned Delayo's PHONE 58-9130 ITALIAN and FRENCH CUISINE RESTAURANT 217 5TH ST. — MIAMI BEACH Famous For DELICIOUS FOOD. WINE and BEER THE 0/UfUt*S k SEAFOOD RESTAURANT % COCKTAIL LOUNGE Jf "THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY *,_/ %  %  SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" €HARC0AL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN S >) ;• FRANK HARNEY JR. MANAGING DIRECTOR k / -^ %  a/'l^ OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 1200 NOON • %  \i ;' WMiJjy 929 B ,SCAYNE SOUlfcVARD '*"" ii S DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT v VWl> FOR RESERVATIONS-9-1244 i, }



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 194? +Jewl$t tkridlar PAGE SEVEN Famed Violinist In Local Appearances Rubinoff will play his famed Romanoff-Stradavarius violin, insured for $100,000, when he appears at conceits in the Greater Miami area next week under the auspices of AMVETS posts. On Wednesday evening he will be presented by the Robert RichMap Strategy For The Hotel Division Campaign Valentine's Day luncheon of the Miami Beach chapter of E'nal B'rith Women is being arranged by the committee on waye and means of which Mrs. Harry Kaufman (seated, fourth from left) is chairman. Her coworkers are (seated, left to right) Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, Mrs. Ella Goodman, Mrs. George Talianoft Mrs. Henry Scisoresk, Mrs. Simon Englander; (standing) Mrs. Harry Sounders, Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. Benjamin Landau, Mrs. Don Rubin, Mrs. Meyer A. Basldn and Mrs. Jack Fein. FASHION SHOW AT Religious Labor Group BEACH LUNCHEON Presents Water Show The latest styles, songs and Benefiting the fund drive of, gifts of fine Parisienne perfume the League for Religious Labor I alc in sto,e for guests of the Miin Palestine, a water show will be I ami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith held at the Vanterbilt hotel pool I Women at their luncheon and 8:30 p.m. Sunday under the di-! fashion show at the Beachcomber rection of Ralph Smith, Carlos I n cxt Friday afternoon. Fernandez and Wally Spence, [ Margaret Newman will stage a well known aquatic stars. fashion show; Mrs. Jan Bart, who The league, whose Greater Mi-j wi }* be among the honor guests, ami Branch is headed by Rabbi w i11 sin S. and Le Galion ParMoses Mescheloff, is the leader j fumier of Paris will present each of religious pioneers and laborers \ £ uest with a vial of perfume, in Palestine. In its children's reReservations may be made with ligious homes in Europe 3,455, Mrs. Julie Rosenberg. Jewish children are housed and j "l^^'cSr^ef'SfX MhM 1 W men Hon r local branch includes Rabbis Max Underground Leader Shapiro, Irving Lehrman and Murray Grauer, cochairmen; John C. Starr, treasurer; Dr. M. J. Safra, secretary; Dr. I. Makovsky, assistant secretary. Beach Jewish Center Aim For 1000 Members Simultaneous with the $250,000 building fund drive now in progress under the chairmanship of Nat Hankoff, the Miami Beach Jewish Center announces a memDov Gruner, Jewish underground leader who awaited death by hanging in Palestine this week, is to be memorialized by the purchase of trees by the Miami Beach Women's Mizrachi. Addressing the organization at its Palestine Night celebration Tuesday, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff made an appeal that "trees of life" be planted in Palestine in Gruner's honor. Eighty-five purchasers responded. Over 400 people attended the event which was held in observbership campaign to increase its Center enrollment to one thoui ance" of' Chamisna' Osor" B'shvat. sand members. Morris Newmark has accepted the general chairmanship of the drive. A women's division of the building fund drive under the chairmanship of Mrs. Irving Lehrman has accepted a goal of $75,000 of the quarter million drive. Cochairmen are the Mesdames Isadore Newman, Joseph M. Rose, Louis Berman, Harry Tupler and Raymond Rubin. A number of luncheons and afternoon teas are being scheduled this month as part of the campaign. Pioneer Women Plan March Donor Event Plans for the March 16 donor luncheon of Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization were a.inounced by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, P-csident of club number one, at a luncheon held by her group 'i uesday at the Alcazar hotel. The %  dunor event will be held at the Helene hotel. Mrs. Sadie K. Minowitz was an honored guest at the luncheon Tuesday. Speakers included Mrs. Bessie Weissman of Chicago, Mrs. Miriam Brodinsky of Wilmington, Del., Mrs. Albert Berson, president of the Kadimah chapter;, and Mrs. Ethel Dorff, president of club number two. Mrs. I. S. Shapoff was chairman of the afternoon. Committees included Mrs. Shirley Queen, Mrs. Lena Pushkin and Mrs. Rae Greenberg, telephone squad. Mrs. Queen and Mrs. Pushkin kept the guest book and Mrs. Rose i Brody was in charge of the flower arrangements. Hostesses were Mrs. Sylvia Levine, Mrs. Sonya Gerbert and Mrs. Ann Sorin. Miss ^Ruth Brotman sang Palestinian nelodies. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Stokols and the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus provided the musical portion of the program. Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway was chairman of the affair. Harold Turk was guest speaker. A Palestine film was shown by George Talianoff, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation league. Due to llness, Mrs. E. Karger was unable to address the gathering. Projects of the Mizrachi Women in Palestine were described. These include housing and rehabilitation in Palestine of refugee children who come in from war torn Europe. ter post at the Miami Beach Senior High school and during the day will play for students of the high school. Tickets for the Wednesday evening conceit are available at Burdine's and Saks on Lincoln id. and will be sold at the door. Tuesday evening, the Jack Kofoed post will sponsor the Rubinoff concert at Bayfront Park auditorium. Rubinoff will entertain students of Miami high schools in special assembly programs on Monday and Tuesday and will also play for servicemen at Pratt General hospital Monday afternoon and for veterans at the Nautilus hospital Tuesday afternoon. Final plans for the Beach concert will be made at a meeting of the Robert Richter post Monday evening in the Manga Reva room of the Cromwell hotel with Nat Pollack presiding. Having accepted a goal oi $500,000 in the Combined Jewish Appeal foi $1,309,741 to be conducted under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, these campaigners oi the hote' industry in Miami Beach are out to raise their quota. Active in the leadership oi the division are (left to right) Nat Hankoh, Murray Maurer, executive committee members; Irving Frankel and Sam Lachman, cochairmen, and Joe Gardner, executive committee member. Zionists Slate Luncheon For National Leader Joseph Goldberg, national membership chairman of the Zionist Organization of America, will address a luncheon meeting of the Miami Zionist district at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the McAllister hotel, according to Burnett Roth, president. Just back from overseas, Goldberg will discuss the importance of the Zionist program. He is president of the New England council of B'nai B'rith and honorary president of New England Zionist groups. To Become Bar Mitzva Alvin Rotenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg, 1521 S. W. Sixth st., will become Bar Mitzva during services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Rotenberg are inviting their friends to attend the service and the kiddush which they will give afterwards. Rose Brothers Open Beach Dental Offices You're seeing double when you enter Suite 324-326 of the Lincoln bldg., but that's to be expected since Drs. Erwin J. Rose and Arthur M. Rose, who opened their offices Tuesday, are twins. The twins, both veterans, will practice general dentistry at their offices at 1627 W ashing ton ave., corner of Lincoln rd. • Both graduates of Miami Beach Senior High school, the Rose twins took pre dental work at the U n i v ersity of Florida and were graduated from the Emory school of dentArthur istry in Atlanta. They were members of Tau Epsilon Phi" fraternity at Gainesville and Alpha Omega dental fraternity at Emory. Arthur spent 26 months with the Seabecs dental corps in the Philippines and Erwin served 40 months in the Army dental corps. They are affiliated with B'nai B'rith, Zionist Organization of America, American Legion. Junior Chamber of Commerce and the American Veterans' committee. Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rose, 1520 Meridian ave., they came to Miami Beach in 1935 from Detroit. Dr. and Mrs. Erwin Rose and their eight-monthsold daughter, Sherylyn, make their home at 530 75th st., and Arthur lives with his parents. National Council Final Charm Forum Today Final charm forum in the present series sponsored by the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women will take place 2 p.m. today in the home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 2825 Prairie ave. Audience participation will be a feature of the public speaking portion of the program directed by Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. Miss Lenore will give her last instructions in charm and beauty. Program for the new series, which will start in two weeks, will be announced. Proceeds from the series help maintain Council's scholarships at the University of Miami. The hostess will serve refreshments. Series tickets and individual admissions will be honored. HEBREW SCHOOL SETS PURIM BALL DATE Rehearsals are now being held for the show to be presented at the annual Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation March 2 at the AMVET ballroom, 420 S.W. Eighth ave. Mrs. Max Jacobskind is chairman of entertainment and Herbert Feldan is chairman of the music committee. The proceeds will be applied to the building fund for the Hebrew school to be erected on the corner of S.W. 12th ave. and 11th Si. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Herbert Feldan, 1445 S.W. 17th ter., or Mrs. Edward A. Moss, 312 S.W. 15th ave. Mrs. Weinstein Kadimahs Add Patrons For March Concert Expansion of the patron list for the Braggiotti-Chaikin duo piano conceit which the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women's Organiz a t i o n will sponsor March 8 was announced this week by Mrs. A. H. Berson and Mrs. N. Coulton, patron chairman. New patrons include Mrs. Celia Segal. Mr. and Mrs. N. Coulton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin. Mrs. Sam Siegal. Mrs. David Washer, Miand Mrs. A. H. Berson, Mrs. Edward Weinstein, Harry Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris. Mrs. Edward Weinstein, ticket chairman, announces that tickets will go on sale at Burdine's in Miami beginnng Feb. 25. Ticket booths will also be located at Red Cross, Amidon's in Miami and Coral Gables, Associated stores, Miami Beach Radio co., Princess de Condi and El Encanto. Proceeds of the concert will aid the Pioneer Women's program of rehabilitating European children who enter Palestine from DP camps. Flagler Nursery Stakes Features 60 Juveniles Presiding Judge H. M. Barton has announced 60 juveniles which loom as certain starters in the West Flagler Kennel club Nursery j Stake which opens Feb. 10. While 60 certain starters were announced, the fTeld may wind up with as many as 75 or more pups by the time entries close. A pair of favorites in the classic are My Barbara, a female racer owned by the Ethel Jones' Kennel, and Bob Bell, a son of Redfork Tom owned by J. W. Ewalt. Following art the canines announced as starters: Macaba, Bigwig, Bicyclist. My Squaw. l'rlde x Crossing, Mum's Memory, My Barbara. Mike's Money, Tlppin In, Fast Charger, Boaton Dick, Nocturnal Omar, Khayyam, Roankoke, Sky Sentry, Rural Comrade, Meadow Qold, Student Ann, Strange, Reno Baby, Trophy Girl, Windy lied. Adora, I'aketta, Gloria Ann, Bob's IS, II, Nankeen, Dana, Hot Cargo, Joe Mortel, Betty Leal. Rapid Beba, Hankering Honey, western Rube, Revere Weather, Pancy Klagier, Fancy Ruth. Brisk Weather, Peaky, OB Honeysuckle, Oil's Shoreacres, Wild Willie, China l.lll, M I T., lt.-.-ii Bue, Rightly So. Cutle's Kuddles, Wee Rose. Clghl Step, Ed Smith, Last Wind, Southwestern, Flossie Mc, Dana II M.n\ Sue \V„ Thundorhlrd, Mr. Afle, Lucky -Allen, Kernel K., Chndy Cane, lit indie Isabel und Uallant i'riuL Medical Fund Receives Aid From Card Party The recently founded Sidney Appel memorial medical fund will benefit from proceeds of a card party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin Tuesday afternoon. Hosts with the Rubins were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sparber and Mrs. Rose Beck. Assisting at the affair were Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan, Herbert Zitomer, Mrs. Joseph Kane. Mrs. Frances Rackoff, Mrs. Ralph Kaplan, Mrs. Milton Rubin, Miss Clara Goldenberg, Mrs. Irving Blasberg and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for theAged which initiated the memorial fund for equipping a medical room at the Home. Scout Leader To Speak Capt. Andrew (Cappy) N. Bergida, district scout commander for the Dade Council of Boy Scouts, will be guest speaker at the AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Sunday has been designated as Boy Scout Sunday in commemoration of the 37th anniversary of the organization's founding in America.



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^wii^lbJElliDiPiidliiaun ^^77^. THE JEWISH UNI Y ann THE JEWISH WEEKLY \— NUMBER 6 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS 0..S. ACCEPT DP'S PHI] ELPHIA, (JTA) — on to the United 0,000 displaced perI rate of 100,000 anbeen proposed by Earl Chairman of the mmittee on Displaced 1 U. S. representative ergovernmental CornRefugees hai %  •'"•• %  ', that there has been a ipaign [ misrepresentation and distorfion concerning unigi ,1 nto the United States." I said that the Citinittee would spearhead get legislation passed Hit teasion of Congress B 400,000 DP s to enter 1 the regular quota sysfalsifications from tees Seek to cleate the that a regular swarm Mn Europe has been coming into this counrriaon declared. "This [ falsification is deft Up a smoke screen so tfacts will be obseurreal situation dis/ Irgun Defies Martial Law Threat; Agency Denies British Charge JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The-? Jewish Agency denied the charge in yesterday's British ultimatum that the resolutions against terrorism adopted by the Jewish National Council and other Jewish authorities were insincere and merely "purported" to condemn bloodshed. MYERS RENAMED TO NATIONAL POST — The Jewish underground defied the threat of British martial law today and appealed for world support in its battle against British rule. A broadcast by Irgun Zvai Leumi, paraphrasing Winston Churchill's wartime defiance of Stanley C. Myers was unani-'. Germany, said, "We know the An Agency spokesman told a; mously reelected president of the road to freedom and peace leads press conference that "there is no \ National Council of Jewish Fedthrough tears, blood, pain and warrant whatsoever for this imerations and Welfare Funds at sweat, but you free nations are plied charge of insincerity. The the conclusion of a four-day conbound in honor to assist this government should be fully aware ference Monday at Atlantic City.: bleeding nation in its unparallof how strongly the Agency and ; Myers, who is currently chair' eled struggle for freedom. the Vaad Leumi condemn bloodman of the local Combined JewI shed.' ish Appeal campaign of the : We will not surrender." Gen. Sir Alan Cunningham, The spokesman said that the Greater Miami Jewish Federahigh commissioner for Palestine, lau to Address I Hollywood orgenthau, jr., nation\ot the SI70.000,000 ih Appeal, will adecial invitational gath> Hollywood Beach toy on the needs of the fluids to continue its tllef atJd rehabilitation irope and Palestine. to the South Florida a included among the ) attending the allt will be Henry Montor. ivJ vice chairman of UJA. tuest speaker at a dinlast night at the ShelL With Mr. and Mrs. Iroad as hosts. Montor dew i ib his recent visit to Palestii had given the Jewish agency until Monday to make a public appeal for Jewish support in the anti-underground drive. Should the agency agree, it has ultimatum received from the govtion, has been an outstanding figernment had been communicated ure in the local and national to members of the executive in scene, having headed most of the London, Washington and New major local Jewish organizations York and that a reply will be sent at one time or another. A foundin due course "The executive j er of Miami's Federation, he also seven days in which to begin optherefore does not propose at, was chairman of the 1946 Dade erations against the extremists, this stage to enter in the very \ County Community Chest cam' Meanwhile, it was learned that matters contained in the' Paign. | official proclamations of martial The assembly expressed its law have already been prepared concern at the "strict military by the government's printing ofgrave letter," he added. Mrs. Goldie Meirson, head of .. T „ ,: „ t ,u„ A„ discipline that has been imposed lice. the Jerusalem section of the Ag._,... • j __t I PI in Palestine in the past few days." It also voiced "strong objections to the continued delay in the I admission of thousands of refutine as their only hope for rehabilitation." ency's political department, appealed to both the British and Palestine Governments to reconsider their actions. Speaking at a' **, ,. gees who anxiously look to Palestenth anniversary concert of the f u _. _,.•[ t Palestine Symphony Orchestra, i She declared that "we will enter the new situation not brokenhearted, but with the same spirit of self-confidence, quietude and decision as we had before." She warned that "the Yishuv, which is essentially constructive and creative, will not yield to the demand to do things against its conscience, even compelled to do so by force." Mayer Israel Rokach of Tel Aviv, who has been participating in the urgent meetings of the Agency executive, added his voice to the appeal to Britain to refrain from using force. He stressed that there was no necessity to evacuate British women and children since "the Yishuv (Continued on Page 4) The official note sent to the agency by Chief Secretary Sir Henry L. Gurney declared that despite the recent resolution of the Jewish National Council, there have been no indications that the Jewish community Uley Lauds A.1C Efforts; 1st Campaign Launched fcmei Jewish Congress' rogram of political action tion to promote human eived high commendation from Sen. [JAlben W. Bark[ley of Kentucky when he spoke at a cocktail party given in this honor by the management of the (Martinique hotel. r A i a m i Beach, Wednesday evening. %  In response to [the former maNority leader's J of the hotel roximately $15,000 to AJC'S fight against disJO. The affair Wednesg was part of a monthn which the AmeriCongress is ronductwinter visitors here. arkley lauded the 0 establish political, nd social democracy Hpnphasis to the Hpe to eliminate Spmployment. Senator Barkley address, guests economic He praised the American Jewish Congress for its part in securing fair employment practices legislation in New York and Massachusetts and for continuing the effort throughout the country. Barkley also pointed out the fight which AJC is conducting to secure for Jewish students equal opportunity with others for admission to professional schools. AJC is not a political organization in the sense of a political party but in that it seeks to apply the rules of justice to government on the state, national and local levels, he explained. Through the establishment and enforcement of sound legislation and through education AJC hopes to establish equality of rights and opportunity for all without regard for race, color, religion or position, he said. "We will not have full equality in this country so long as any man who is required to fight for the country is denied the right to vote and it will avail us little to have the right to vote if we are denied the right to jobs according to our skills and ability," (Continued on Page 4) The general assembly went on planned to cooperate with "serecord as "voicing the hope that the vigorous measures now in effect in Palestine will be immediately relaxed." It urged the government of Great Britain to take immediate steps for the entry into Palestine "of the fullest number" of Jewish survivors. The assembly also urged that the government of the United States "immediately open the doors of this country to admit a maximum number of European refugees and displaced persons by expediting the activity of the American consulates in various countries, thereby setting an example to the rest of the countries, of the world to take similar acton." Other resolutions adopted recommend that: 1. All Jewish communities in the United States meet to the fullest measure of their resources their full responsibility to the (Continued on Page 4) BULLETIN Cardiac Jamboree Dinner Shows Planned Change in plans have been been made to conform with the new policy adopted by night club owners and entertainers for the fourth annual sponsors' jamboree of the National Children's Cardiac Home, it was announced by Harry Saffer, president. In its stead, three dinner events will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, simultaneously at the Beachcomber, Latin Quarter and Cop? Cabana whose entire facilities have been reserved for this event. Originally scheduled for the fronton, reservation holders will be given seating in one of the Reservations may still be made at any of the three clubs, the Cardiac Home, or at special booths in Burdine's Miami and Miami Beach stores all day Tuesday and Friday, Feb. 11 and 14. curity forces" in maintaining order. It added: "I am now to invite your attention to the extreme gravity of the situation which has been created by these continued refusals and to ask you to state categorically at once whether the agency and Vaad Leumi are prepared within seven days to lend their aid to the government by cooperating with the police and armed forces in locating and bringing to justice members of terrorist groups." The ultimatum to the agency follows the first open clash between the Haganah and the dissidents, although there have been reports recently that the Palmach, (Continued on Page 4) BENEFIT 0. OP M. A gift made by Benjamin E. Bronston, Miami Beach realtor, this week makes the University of Miami the first school in the country to have a full-time professorship in intercultural education. A workshop in intercultural education will be offered this summer. The director, who is to be chosen by the university and the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will also teach intercultural education courses next fall. A native of Wichita, Kans., Mr. Bronston came to the Miami area as a retired importer in 1933 and became active in the real estate field. A frequent visitor to Europe, he and his family made their home in Switzerland and Italy for several years following his retirement. He is South Florida president of the American Council for Judaism and has served as finance committee chairman of the Miami Round Table, NCCJ. DIVISIONS ACCEPT LARGE QUOTAS IN CJA FUND DRIVE The liquor division of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal pledged itself yesterday to a quota of $150,000 in the fund raising drive for $1,309,741 which will begin March 2. Acceptance of the undertaking was announced at a luncheon in Al's Rendezvous, Miami Beach, by Stuart Gordon and Aaron Leban, cochairmen of the division. Announcement of the liquor division quota followed a report that Miami Beach hotel men will make an all-out drive for half-amillion dollars towards the total goal. A fund-raising dinner will be given by the liquor group in the Latin Quarter Sunday evening. Sidney Flatow, former UNRRA director in Germany, will be the guest speaker. Some 200 liquor men in the Greater Miami area have been invited. Captains in the division who will work under Gordon and Leban are Norman Brown, Sam Gold, E. V. Marias, Frank M. Lazarus, Ben Mitchell, Harry Goodman, I canard Weisberg, Sol Shapiro, Bernie Norman, Simon Gerson, Lewis W. Gorfine, Harry Sanger and William Lee. Also Perry Marks, Jake Ehrlich, Jimmy Weiskopf, Ben Danbaum, Monte Selig, Ned Sail, Joseph R. Stein, Wm. D. Singer, William Glick, Martin Rakow, Arthur Greenwald, Saul Weinstein and Bill Goldstaub. An executive committee for the hotel effort was appointed this week by Sam Lachman and Irving Frankel, cochairmen of the special hotel men's division. Members are Robert Adler, Abe Allenberg, Dave Andron, Sam Bast, Ben Ginsberg, Alex Gordon and Abe Greenberg. Also Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Paul Grossinger, Nat Hankoff, Harry Kohn, Dave Levinson, Mrs. Bertha Malamut, Mickey Michaels, Joe Morris, Leo Robinson, Joe Rose, Sam Rivkind, Herman Schatzberg and J. Meyer Schine. Representatives of 83 trades and professions in Greater Miami convened Wednesday at the first mass rally of the CJA trades division at Miami Beach headquarters, 1660 Michigan ave. Cochairmen of the division are Ned Sail and Herbert Scher. With only a few more weeks to go before the campaign begins, workers are increasing their efforts. Sidney Flatow will address the town lawyers' division at a cocktail party at 4 p.m. today in Henry Williams' office, 1009 duPont bldg. Dr. Irving Gordon and Dr. Frank Coret, cochairmen of the dentists division, will hold an organizational meeting of their group at Federation headquarters at 8 p.m. Tuesday. The entire campaign cabinet will meet for lunch at noon Wednesday in the McAllister hotel. PALESTINE ECONOMICS I. R. Goodman, member of the National Zionist Executive council, will speak on the "Economic Development of Palestine by the Jews" on the weekly "Palestine Reports" broadcast at 7:45 p.m. Sunday over WKAT. This series of broadcasts is sponsored by the Miami Beach Zionist district



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10 ARSHIP AT I fc\ student at the UniTMiami will be able to Kis studies with the aid scholarship established lodge, B'nai B'rith, Evening at a special officers and trusteees. holarship which will j $200 per semester, will [for one "year beginning Itcr pending permanent |nts, according to Sam iesident. fct of the scholars!' ; p at the Hillel house in for the award. Eli Hurnamed chairman of the arrangements com|bbi Albert Michels, diI the University Hillel I, is assisting the com[selection of the recir Imeeting Monday night co Serotta was elected nal delegate to the Hilry council; Eli Hurwitz to represent the lodge lard of the Bureau of fcducation, and Marx yas selected as an addientative to the Greater rish Federation. ibor Committee s Fund Drive ational goal of $1,750,thiJewish Labor comIt. Atlantic City convenweekend, the local the committee is in%  its fund raising efjing to Z. J. Lichten^' t of the local drive, to be sponsored by *tee will star Hertz uropean actor who is his many charactered Estelle Glazer, lyric piano. They will apy evening, Feb. 16, at Beach Senior High will aid Jewish or%  irpe. Of the national JM is to be set aside %  t.ition of Jewish ref%  %  alestine. iLASS IERY PURPOSE fORE FRONT WINDOW GLASS IITURE TOPS -ED MIRRORS SPECIALTY [RESILVERING GLASS AND iOR WORKS 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 M.IN LOUIS GERBER Judge Spaet Reelected Aged Home President Judge Harold B. Spaet of Miami Beach was reelected president of the Jewish Home for the Aged last Thursday evening. Named to serve with him were Sydney L. Weintraub, Max Greenberg and Gus Trau, vice presidents; Joel Zalis, financial secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Appel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Benjamin SPAET Sherry, recording secretary, and Samuel Rltler, treasurer. New board of the Home includes the following three-year members: Jacob Chaves, Harry Horowitz, Harry Levine, Oscar Mamber, Harold Shapiro, Philip Auvnberg, Morris Wolf, Benjamin Sherry, Max iber, David Liebman, I. M. Lieberman, Dr. Lester Stepner, Sydney L. Weintraub, Morris E. Rubin, Joseph Socolof, Gus Trau and Louis Gillman. Two year board members are Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Samuel Ritter, Mrs. Moses Kriegar. Max Greenberg, Bernard Feiner, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Jacob Plotkin, Harry Danziger, A. M. Bear, Abraham Goodman, N. H. Darsky, Dr. Charles Lippow, Joel Zalis and Herman Bach. Elected to serve on the board for one year were Harry A. Cornblum, Nathan Glosser, S. B. Miller, Irving Frankel, Mrs. Fanny Land, Max Orovitz, Frank Becker, Samuel Aronstein, Benjamin Kane, Paul Raff,, Samuel Reinhard, Harold B. Saet, M. H. Frankel, Monte Selig, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, S. Lobel and Leo Robinson. CARDIAC TAG DAY SLATED FOR FEB. 15 Final plans for a county-wide "Mending Hearts Tag Day" will be discussed at a meeting of the Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y. Tag day is slated for Feb. 15 in conjunction with the Feb. 16 Jamboree of the Home, according to Harry Saffer, national president. The tags, to be distributed by hundreds of Dade county women on streets throughout the city, will be miniature mending hearts, symbolical of the work done at the Cardiac Home here in aiding children stricken with rheumaticfever heart disease. Members of the Dade chapter will be aided on tag day by the Co-Workers league. Miss Roslyn King is chairman of the Dade chapter committee and Mrs. Hayden Stouffer is head of the CoWorkers league. Miss King will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph Miller. Volunteer workers will be needed for the drive and are requested to call Miss King at the Cardiac Home, 4250 W. Flagler st. At the Dade chapter meeting next Wednesday arrangements will also be made for the annual pledge luncheon to be held March 12 at the Steak House, according to Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president. Mrs. David de Sola Pool To Address Luncheon Mrs. David de Sola Pool, former national president of Hadassah, will be guest speaker at the second annual Youth Aliyah luncheon to be held at the Roney Plaza hotel at 12:30 p.m. Thursday. In charge of the luncheon is a local Hadassah committee composed of Mrs. Samuel Hyman and Mrs. Morris Gettleman, cochairman; Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, Mrs. Sam Sapiro, Mrs. Sam Lipton, Mrs. Bernard Cohen, Mrs. Milton Harris, Mrs. Norman Lcibling, Mrs. Mickey Michaels. Mrs. Charles Cohen and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. JWV Women Plan Tea A membership tea sponsored by the Norman Bruce Brown Post 174 auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the YWCA, 108 S. E. First ave. Sisters, wives and mothers of veterans are invited to attend. A recreation room for the use of Nautilus Veterans' hospital patents has been furnished by the auxiliary. The patients will find lounging chairs, books, magazines, a writing desk, stationery and a telephone at their disposal. Plans are being completed for a party formally opening the lounge on Feb. 24. \ Veterans may be certified to buy surplus at seven WAA offices in Florida. 'When There's A Job To Be Done CALL A-l" A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. 2nd Avenue White and Colored Help Phones 2-5163 — 9-6727 ORANGE LIVE POULTRY CO. 149 R ar w of h 0 t St Special! Jk r* FRYERS. ROAST-' HENS frOC ING CHICKENS Shoched on Premises Daily PHONE 2-5533 50c BROOK CLUB 9424 Harding Avenue Tel. 6-2658 IVVW ROSS MUSIC JULES LANDE PEDRO Maitre d'Hotel PAUL GOTSCHI %  AKER NIGHT K FARRELL o£ STARS %  OREO Sponsored by %  COHEN SISTERHOOD OF CONGREGATION m RAYE BETH JACOB %  >NEY SATURDAY %  RRAY FEBRUARY %  BENBLOOM 8th BAMS 8:30 P. 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THESE ARE THE FACTS: # The Academy will be accredited by the Board of Public Instruction • Licensed and experienced instructors • Transportation to and from the Academy # IB 1A children are being accepted Special Kindergarten Groups for Oiiltlren 4 TO SVi YEARS OF AGE For Further Particulars Communicate with Office—5-5319 Between 9:00-12:00 A.M. Greater Miami Hebrew Academy ACADEMY COMMITTEE



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PAGE SIXTEEN +JenistJ1cridtifl FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 PLAN FOR THE FIRST MEDICATSCHOOL IN PALESTINE UNVEILINGS A monument memorializing the late Mrs. Fanny C opersmith, wife of Hyman Cooperemith of Miami Beach, will take place 1 p.m Sunday in the Woodlawn p ark Rabbis Moses Mescl elofl and Irving Lchrman fficiate, assisted by the Rev. Maun.. Man • hi Friends and relatives are requested to attend. %  i _• Architect's drawing of buildings for the H?brew University-Hadassah Medical School on ML Scopus. Jerusalem for which S4.000.000 if being raised in the United States. Photo %  hows both existing and projected buildings which provide the first grade A medical school In the Middle East. It is expected the medica' center, which will include the present Rothschild-Hadassah-University Hospital, will be reaiy to open its doors to students in 1948. New buildings: (1) Library and Adminisfation building; >2) Institute for Anatomy and Pathology; (3) Institute for Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology; (4) existing Nathan Ratnofi building for postgraduate medical research Additions: (51 Outpatient department to be added to Rothschild-Hadassah-University Hospital; (6' wing to be added to Henrietta SzoldHadassah School of Nursing. Other buildings: (7) Hadassah Tuberculosis Hospital; (8) Hebrew University buildings and (9 1 projecte J universi;-.. buildings. T;-,U n\ • fa monument the 1 ol the late Benjain Sc : 844 Jefferson avc will '• at 2:30 p.m. J, wish section of \v lawn Park cemetery. Rabbi y : Beth Jacob M ill officiate. Arif Sidney H. I'ai:: ir of the Miami Monu iny. Friends and equested to attend. Unvi nument to the mi f G • G. Glatt will :. Sunday at p.m. at Mt N %  tery with Rabbi : iating. Arthe direction n Monument company : ; nested to I" I %  Polish Jews Suppo,, Present Government WASHINGTON. ,J TA lour-man delegation reLT A I mg the American Jt-JI'T^ I Council, part of a mne h ^ I recently returned !iZ^ I conditions in Poland toldi yc< I conference here that thevV*" I "not one Jew in Poland L'^ I not want the present gove !" I put back into power" "*" I Among the steps taken k Polish Government,; *" I anti-Semitism and racS? ? I delegation reported, are w7 I tion providing for the p ros !^ I ol those committing anU*> I acts, an educational P ?1?J* I eluding discussions V^ I tie. on the fallacy of .VSj I race theory and plavs h?" I Jewish contribution" toV^ I civilization. UT mt I Discuss Vet Problems Hospitalization and emerge housing for ex-servicemen?. when the United Veteran, £? cl of Dade county me ^ p.m. Sunday a t the M iaml jjj club, according to Max M. C. mann, commander Two delegates of each veto, ans organization i r the cuZ will attend. ^ GROUP TO HONOR YIDDISH NOVELIST Y %  Y folk songs preI. I. S ^ Michael P senberg of %  I • 1 • • nd Arber Talus Viddish novelist ai mposer and and contribut to the Jewish list (man, singer, Mom:-.: Journal. honored, us M : anist by a group I n Is at a I'm nts will be served literary -•pen to the public. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Groat days are ahead of this nation and the world -And electricity will have a great part to play, granted only that it can be unfettered ••• with full opportunity for the larg e?t po??ible individual initiative and energy THOMAS A. EDISON ^/7//A YS-//MJ Mi Ei^cs was a eustomei c: curs Bc'.h h-.s home a^d laboratories in Ft Myers were served by Florida Fewer & Light Company We are proud 'j-.it -.T. howevei s=a'.! a way we helped -.2 iorming the high c;r:-:c:: he always expressed :-: me real and devohca :c public service c: the =: ;s the private electric utility industry. Oscar Hai II. and |John Golden in stagng thi :.:. • IK benefit in Palm eai Last than $12.00 : %  nd other servici dren. • • • New : Tau Epsilon Phi frat thi Univ< Of Florida is L.'Ui> I.il rit :. ol Mr and Mrs Harry Leibovit. 403 N' Ohv< ave. ither, '• .".; %  1 lei : %  I I the execut | TEP. • • • Migi Annette Kat2 daught. : M I Mi Dave ; : th • si lent at B r : n on %  tj M ssachu•'" %  '-; %  v %  %  tters %  '' %  %  %  rman P. rived at • ; ientist Lt •. :: "" air base. his wife. pinin MHafiitiT mm EllSt I Pit EtIT IF ll (IT Ft. Iiirs Ftlrur; III .77' Irene Cohen, formerly with the .Chicago symphony ore hestra, appeared in a recital .'it the Nortoi gallery recently. • • • The recently organized Jewish War Veterans post held a cart party and social gathering at Scher hall. M. A C.plan. junior vice commander, served on tht >ngements committee. Jacob Mondres. P. ughkeepsie, N Y was a guest at the home d M. Schrebnuk before proiing to Coral Gables for 1 brief vacation. • %  • Alfred Myers of Kingston, N, Y. is here again for the season. • • • Sam Cohen, of Philadelphia, former resident of Palm Beach is here for several weeks. Hi I in, George, is in Philadelphia following his retu service in the Pacific. • • • Louis Cohn has reopened tat Villa Clair. 223 Seminole an. Palm Beach. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK-CREAM-ICE CREAM MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY C K. S'mon, Lawranca S Favllla, Funaral DMtW* 13 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Pelm Beach. 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. : %  PAGE TEN HMSilBWSttS Tallahassee Chamber Elects Al Block JNF STUD! Bidu Sayao, -glamor girl tl e Metropolitan Opera," is the next artist to appear on the Community Concert Series under the Na auspices of I %  Th f. Since February is Jewish Na. 0 ^ linent Brazilian soprano Will tional Fund month, the Miami. ^ f at thc Miami Bea Sengroup of Hadassah will devote \\*f High schoo l auditorium Feb. the second in ita series of discus2 sion groups to JNF at 2 p.m. "" Introduccd to this countiy > Wednesday at the Schaarei Zedek Toscaninj Miss Savao has been Talmud Torah, 1545 S.W. Third ^j. t Metropo litan since 1937. St., according to Mrs. Joseph AU ,, lyric and Carp, president. rtj rs _th< titl The group will be led by Mrs. Manon Mimi in "B erne, n Joel Belov, projects chairman, asBarber of Seville," Vi sisted by Mrs. Harold B. Cohen. %  u Ua ;n .-rraviati," Z Jewish National Fund chairman. L Don Giovanni," N • %  •.. : and Mrs. Victor Mell, trees chairp aS q U ale," Susanna in "Ma man. Preparations for the sessions (i[ p 1{ ,-, M ,a nd Juliet in "B and Juliet." Miss Saj debut in her native Rio de The Jewish National Fund is a Janeiro after studying in Pa n %  • ; m-w peoples fund, the official agency she later was engag C omthrough which the Jewish people pert 1, ,_:_ .,..^ n Pol. Her I S • %  Nev V have been made by the educational committee of which Mrs. Benjamin Levitin is chairman. The Jewish National Fund is a company buy and reclaim the land of Palestine. Established over four decestine. Established over four deccar .ini and the New YorK j ot a ades ago as the trustee in land harmonic Symphony orchestra in Q{ the Junlor matters for the whole Jewis 111930. Beach Publisher Named ^ ££ For Temple Award people, with more than $40,000.000 contributed to it, it has acquired and made fertile after centuries of misuse, more than 200,000 acres of land of Eretz Israel, none of which can ever be sold. In order to aid the rehabilitation of 26.000 men and women who served in the Palestinian units and the Jewish Brigade of the British Army, Jewish National Fund is purchasing 20 areas for soldiers settlements and other sites for soldiers' homes in town and country. Hadassah has undertaken to provide completely one such area to be known as the "Soldiers' Village". The discussion group is open to the public without charge. No solicitation of funds will be made. pie Beth Sholom will preBnai B'ritl F, leratwo. a memsen £ second annual Citize. %  .' Cl ^ Award to John D. Montg "ee •• E, g editor and publisher of the Mian parti Beach Sun-Star, Feb. 21, accordPrinting company. ing to Thomas O'Hagan DuPrei — chairman of R ec j Cross Leader Seeks M y receives the ho:.Volunteers For Drive or as the "outstanding Miami ; \ n appeal for 2,000 volunteer Beach citizen of 1946 in civic at. help cover the 26 resitainments." in Dade county durCommittee members who made in ., forthcoming 1947 Red the .-election wen L .;J. KrenQ ross f unc j campaign was issued sky, C. H. Alcock, Mrs. E. J. Bun. |. v Mrs. Clifford H. _-j rTrn;... -, .., %  %  %  • — ~u-: and Guy Ellis. CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Bet care for chronic sick, con. valeseent and elderly people. % % %  iLarge Beautiful Grounds^^n Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St. Miami ential division n for the Dade coun;> chapter, Dr. Wolfson Lectures Ameri R I Ci ., Mrs Reedcr said that workers On Spinoza s Influence must b< signed up witnin the n. xi "The Influence of Spin week in order that she and her Modern Thought" will bi nittee may organize terriitopic of the lecture by Dr. An: at rial assignments and distribute '.'.' it Spinoworker kits and other pertinent ,za: u Lifi 3:30 p.m. inforn ati ; March 1, opening Saturday I Spinoza Forum, date of the drivi toi e $301,000. 124— lit.-, st., Miami Beach. Prof.' Persons volunteering to help F. Whelan will act as the interoRed Cross during the campaign gato. urged to t >nta I Mrs. Reeder Other lecture: s at the Spinoza immediately by calling, or writForum are Monday evening, Dr. ing hei at Red Cr ss campaign S who speaks on headquarters, 37 N. E. First it.. "Understanding Yourself;" TuesMiami. harles 11 Lee who Southern Hadassah Meet Scheduled tor Atlanta Representatives of Greater Mi,„", Hadaseah groups will Jm Sh hundreds of delegates from Honda, Georgia. SoUtJ -Cnte and Puerto Rico in Atlanta Feb 16 to 18 for their annual regional inference which this year has ,.\ h m of "it Is Later Than You Think." Mrs. Israel Shap.ro of Augusta, Ga, is regional president and Mrs. Lou.s J. Lev tas of the Atlanta chapter is conference chairman. On the conference program will he Mrs. Raphael Tourover of Washington, D.C., national vice president, who will keynote the •male dinner, and Mrs. Paul W. Aschner, national chairman of i gkers bureau, who will act visor. Other guest speakers will include Mortimer May of Nashville, Who attended the World Zi( nist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, and was elected to serve ( n the Greater Actions committee, and Sol Benan.y of Atlanta, who after representing his district at Basle, flew to Palestine and has just recently returned to the states. An open forum on "The Voice of the People" will be a highlight feature, with a board of experts including Mrs. Aschner, Rabbi S. D. Suartzman of Augusta and Rabbi Harry H. Epstein of Atlanta. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Miami Beach group of Hadassah, will preside at one of the business sessions and Miss Frances Cooper, president of the Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's division, will participate in a discussion and review of Arthur Kostler's book, "Thieves in the Night," which the Atlanta division of BPW will present. 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k-RIDAY, FEBRUARY ?, 1A47 +Jewisti HcridUan PAGE FIFTEEN (Copyright, 1M, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) PLAIN TALK .FROM ALFRED SEGALJRAYONS AND HAIR RIBBONS. I have just had a visitor, Mr. Albert Richman, a fine old Untleman who called to tell me about his daughter in Geriany, and maybe a lot of the readers of this column might care help her in her blessed work. It doesn't take much for anyxly to be helpful; just a matter of sending little things like ayons and hair ribbons for little kids. Mr. Richman had in hand quite a package of such things at he was about to mail to his daughter. He was proud of -r, the way she has been faithful to her dedication as a social jiq B 'S3A) "UJm JOJ aiqissod DAIpBJJlB SB }I 95JBUI OJ gUlXj; KM uBiuqoiH SS !W P UB 'qSnoqi ieq aq oj jsaq aqj SBM JBUJ, ui tisj doan 01 33Bid B jtpDJBOs jnq q3u 11 B joojdjaqiB8M 'SJJOBJ gq XUUB UBUIJ30 JOVUtOJ B JO k}[3qs jaSeoui aqj ut ;>.M.\\ /Catij, laqj jo pajpunq uaAaja ajso % % %  ut suBqdjo qstMaf jo 5po|j pi:q 3qs 'XueuiJOQ ui 'MOJJ 'VHHNfl IIM adojng oj paujnioj pcq Jiiioq IISIA jauq B jaije 'uoq^ ui: JBM aqi qSnojqi SSOJO pay bj q}iA\ SB3SJ3A0 uaoq psq aqs 3UIXBJS SBM UBiuqoiy apru Hag jnq 'auioq auioo psq pue e ;i jo paJij puB 5jois aiuooaq tq sjaqjo 'SJeaX os.iqj HB Xpa BJJ uBadojng qj ui JOI|.IOM lirtain in the windows might tip. A gay ribbon in the hair ould lift a troubled little head.) They were children from Poland and Hungary who had ought refuge in the U.S. lone. "hrough the war years they had been in concentration amps or hiding in the woods, low they are wanderers in the rorld, though it was to hare een a brave, new, good bright rorld after the war. iMiss Richman had written to fer father about them these children arrive bedraged and malnourished, but with }e will to have a safe and betfuture," she said. There was pough of the basic things for eir needs; the U.S. Army and bluntcer agencies see to that." |But there's much else besides ead that children need "It amazing that the finding of lils or paint or a hammer or a Jht bulb is the occasion for a llebration," Miss Richman said, pad but true." KWEY USELESS [She, herself, goes about to pnt for such things; she buy* em with packages of cigarets. loney has no value in Gerany.) But there is much of Us needed among the 1,100 kildren and so little to be had, %  d she wondered whether she ould trouble Jews in the U.S. send something. Not cash, Bt packages of little things te curtain material, hair rib, crayons and pencils. ^ould • her father ask? Mr. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St. Miami Beach | Between Collins A Wash. Avee. lebrew Religious Supplies for lynagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. onsD naiD Telephone 5-1017 to CflA DRINK PLENTY OF GTTripurc W WuLcr DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME ^SE OF SIX IBLE BOTTLES .... 85c [GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c Plus Bofle Oepotit PHONE 2-4128 Richman had sent packages of his own and had gone among his friends who said yes, they were glad to. But there was so much more needed than he, himself, could gather. He had called on me to ask: could this column speak to U.S. Jews on account of these children? It wasn't much to ask for, was it? Just small things by which children could be made happier. Children require so little for happiness. WHAT CHILDREN NEED His daughter had sent him a list of the things they want most: Crayons, hair ribbons, scarfs, pencils, paper clips, thumb tacks, drawing paper, curtain material. Writing paper, envelopes, thread, embroidery thread, needles, cloth tape, basic English-German books. "That isn't much to ask for, is it?" Mr. Richman said. No. Not at all. Only in the recent weeks American Jews have been lavish with gifts for their own children, for Chanukah some for Christmas: bicycles and electric trains, elaborate doll houses and portable typewriters, (I heard of a 16-year old girl who was given a Ford coupe for Chanukah, or maybe it was for Christmas.) People shouldn't mind giving hair ribbons, crayons and scarfs. It is only a matter of filling up a small carton and sending it to Miss Gertrude K. Richman, UNRRA, Team 188, APO 757, U.S. Army, c/o Postmaster, New York City, New York. She said packages should weigh no more than eight pounds and should not be too large. She described the place that is the home of her 1100 children: "The barracks are bare and unattractive but we hope to paint and decorate. Everything is makeshift. The children are organized in groups —kibutzim—with adult leaders. They range from 4 years to 18. No education or home life since 1939. We have a few teachers available who have not taught for GORDON ROOFTNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now: you will aave on a new roof later "Satlefactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 these same years." It's called the Rosenheim Children's Center. It's part of a camp for adults who are organized "From the kibuix leaders is elected a governing committee which in turn elects a chairman Every one— children and adults who belong to the kibutz group—hopes to go to Palestine and have security from future persecution. "So far, we have started kindergarten, some school classes, adult language classes, library, club room, sports, theater, small tailor shop (only two sewing machines), shoe repair shop (equipment only for three cobblers). Each day we try to send groups to the mountains for a few hours' outing and hiking. We must start vocational training shops but equipment is hard to find." Yes, adds Miss Richman in a postcript, there's something else: Some tailor's shears are needed and I myself attach an addendum to Miss Richman's list: I notice some of the children are as young as four and there's a kindergarten class. Yes, some dolls, too, some toys that little boys like. Well, Mr. Richman, I've done what you asked in behalf of your fine daughter Gertrude. Permanent FEPC Bill Introduced in House WASHINGTON (JT A) — Rep. 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PAGE TWO rjenMfhrMML PESSELS ANNOUNCE TWINS' BETROTHAL Pertonally Speaking Mrs. taiTe/at l^ch^n ai'hir home Glasse,-were -,onor of her twins birtnaay Em a nuel picture postcard tavi Caribbean hotel. Noon Wedding Unites Two Beach Residents A home wedding at high noon Mrs. Rose Brown of New Haven Glasser ir0 Conn., and Mrs. Nat Hochman ^r. and Ms ^ of Jersey City, N. J. Assishng of SP 0 !" ^" v en and Wil,he hostess were Mrs. Robert three sons. Stephen, a Brenner and Mrs, Norman JoeUam and Thomas, ^ ^ piro's father, Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Mr. Shapiro is vice president 0 f the Spartanburg obs of Miami. Mrs. Stern will return to New York at the end of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq mony w reception at tht The bride is the daughter of Mr ar.d Mis I. Efferoff of 1401 Bay rd., where the wedding was held The bridegroom's parents are Dr. and Mrs. Jules Kranz of 3782 Chase ave. A former student of the University of Miami and member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, the bride was attended by her sisterin.law, Mrs. W. Blumenthal while a classmate, Louis Aronovitz, was best man for Mr. Kranz. and a half Aim Pessel Carrying out the tradition that twins act alike, the Misses Anne and Ruth Pessel became engaged within 24 hours of each other though they were 1.500 miles apart. Announcement of their betrothals is made by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pessel, 1144 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle. Miss Anne Pessel. who will be married to Robert Desmond Hays in April, is a graduate of East Washington High school. Washington, Pa., and attended Pennsylvania State college. Her fiance, son of Mrs. Desmond B. Hays and the late Mr. Hays of Miami Beach, attended high school in Louisville. Ky and the University of Florida where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi. During the war he was an AAF pilot and served in Italy. Miss Ruth Pessel. who is now in Washington, Pa., just became engaged to Bruce Fielding of Cleveland, Ohio. OUUI.U-.—, After serving two and a Mr. and Mrs. irvinq g;"".--... ,. dae Althouqh he years In the Army Mr. Kranz is Schwartz are entertaining their B nai Bnth lodqe. A a ^ ^ relatives Mrs. J. Baker of la1S nl Y sl vea !" ". v guages at the University of Florae. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Samalready plays .he piano. ^ ^ p ans t h after hls uel D Ribak of Easley. S. C ,0n 7 (h ^ e t4 War Veterans graduation m August. and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Ribak of ^'* e e !" Y S" is in the Following %  short honeymoon Mt Vernon N. Y. Mrs. Elsie for the past wo years^ newlyweds will ~ ass re SH3833 -— ise sf jf* g EKraattx New !" to Be Hom e v plan to spend a SjOlWH ft ^^^^ F a p^ Arthur p inkels A home in New York is being planned by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benedict Finkel following their honeymoon in Cuba. Mr. Finkel and the former Miss Beverly Leve of Chicago were married at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Ben Finkel, 4115 Sunday afternoon by Rabbi Leon Kronish. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Leve of Chicago, and a former student of the University of Chicago, was attended by her cousin, Miss Florence Salzberg. Elmer Finkel served as best man for his brother who is a veteran of five years' service with the U. S. Army medical corps and FRIDAY, FEBRu^j Miss Gold, Lt. To Exchange Miss Evelyn Gold'of, become the bride „. 7% Cutler of PhiUdelph 0 %  ceremony at the hlf 1 parents. Mr and C*' 431 N. W Gold, 32nd month here Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Sunshine are planning a series of social events for their houseguests, their sister-in-law, Mrs. L. P. Klausner, their niece, Mrs. Selma Deutsch, and Mrs. Deutsch's son Jeffrey, who are visiting here from Lynbrook, L.I. Mrs. Joseph Berman enterofficers at Pass-a-Gnlle, upon his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shedrow of Cordele. Ga., are the parents of a son, Clayton Barry, born Jan. 26. Mrs. Shedrow is the former Margie Horowitz of Miami. Newest airival in the Harold Turk family is theii baby daughMr. and Mrs ter who was born yesterday at Pine Tree dr., p.m. Sunday. Ra bbi ? l tei will officiate at 1 which will be foll 0 *L ception for friends and' 1 Later the immediate f attend a dinner at ik, restaurant. A graduate of Mi^ High school and JewT Training School for Philadelphia, the brkU attended by her sa Milton Cutler will hi for his brother. Lt. Cutler is the son Mrs. Joseph Cutler, p n Pa., and a graduate versity of Pennsylva school. Out-of-town guests vjJ the bride's grandmother,! A. Laibow and Mr. and! Zisman of Atlantic Citjl Mr. and Mrs. Philip B| West Palm Beach. Fli,, and Mrs. Sidney Krj Philadelphia. After a week's horn Havana, the couple i their home at San Am where Lt Cutler b)M the Army medical en recto ;'oun< utts nitl I Si. Francis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arginlar will be hosts at the Breakfast club Sunday morning at Beth David in memory of Mr. Argintar's father and in gratitude for Mr. Argintar's recovery from illness. The weekly breakfasts are sponsored by the P.T.A. We Buy — Sell — Rent Tune Pianos CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 She has a Mrs • Josepn on.u.i -; si old g ister Cornelia, tamed the board of th Miami J 22-months-old brother. Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood u at tea Monday afternoon at her Jonatnan. h E and Mrs. Samuel P. CINCINNATI IS SCENE Parness returned to their home OF LEVINE NUPTIALS in The Bronx, N. Y., this week The wedding ()1 M; s Joyce after spending two months B %  M ,,, Miami Beach and ,here. Mr. Parness is the brother Alv:n ,;, v ,,,. of Cincinnati will ifraduate of New York unjverrttjr. of Max A. Parness of Miami. take pli e Sunday at Uu Nethi Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sohmer, lands Plaza hotel in Cincinnati, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. The bride's parents. Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Paul Raff of Miami, John Myers, 1575 Drexel ave, toare spending the winter at the gether with their son, Leroy, and Pierre hotel, Miami Beach. The son-in-law and ter, Mr and Sohmers are from Forest Hills, Ml Seymour Esbin, are in Cin Y cmnati tor the ceremony and plan Mrs. Sylvia Raab of Brook'"""" Portly afterwards. Veterans holding HH priority certificates are eligible to purchase government buildings in Florida through War Assets Administration. The bi idi is a graduate of Mi lyn is spending a few weeks ^B^Tm^£^^di Zwith her son, Rabbi David Raab |ent .,, ,.,. Universitv ,, M in Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. Ida M _,. v .... ..,,. (lrf j Ohjo s ,. |t( Simons of New Haven, Conn., university and th is visiting her nephew and Cincinnati He niece, Mr. and Mrs. Luther charged from the Army where he QCn C \lf 1 -7*U ( .... I. .. .. ..1. ..' ...;_ e Universitj of was recently dis% urdmes Bath Towels Cannon's beautiful "Vanity" pattern, a richly textured towel in most-wanted pastel colors and white! Choose sets for your bathrooms, from Rose, Blue, Green, Yellow, Peach tones! Bromberg, 2350 S. W. 17th ter. held the rank of captain. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, 950 Jefferson ave., are making Surplus unused food carts, a trip this week to Camp Osce; i; 'l"l to several uses, are for ola, Hendersonville. N. C, and [? le by W; Assets Administrawill visit friends and campers oi Osceola while en route, "^^^^"^^^ %  ^^"^ %  ^^^ %  M Their itinerary includes AtGARDENIAS lanta, Asheville, Savannah, ORCHIDS Augusta, Moultrie and Jacksonville. Travelling with them are Mrs. Silver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal of Miami Beach. Camp SKYLARK Inc. FOR GIRLS ON OSCEOLA LAKE HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Telephone Dorothea Dubler at 9-1923 Miami Girls 6 to 16 Now Being Enrolled C E M E TE The only family sixteen graves 1 the Jewish section lawn Park Cemete-rH available for resck I Call H. SIMONS Phone 2-3151 e 1 hoo Pw ism %  x n DISCOVER ACKERMANS The New Yarn Full Line of 100'. I Angora—Sport Yi Mail Orders F. Tailors' SuppSsJ L ac es—Buttons-lW Spangles— BH4 j Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings! 502 N. Miami ATe.PKt Cor. 5th St. Next to DJM* S5J lINCCXNiOAil MIAM HACH %  | 4) P M. RAMSEY'S FLOWERS FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION 172 West Flagler Street ROSES GLADS Phone 9-1912 BATH TOWEL *27x50 inches $3.15 GUEST TOWEL • 16x30 inches $1.10 WASH CLOTH •12x12 inches 45c sizes approximate MIAMI BTORE, BATH BHOP, BECOND FI-ooK Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 • YOUR INCOME TAX correctly by our Tax Department. Offic 5 PM Evenings by Appointmei... MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA. Realtor and Tax Consultant 7117 Biscayne Blvd. Prepared correctly by our Ta, Department. Office hour. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M Evenings by Appointment. Phon. 7-0563 4AMI A,l i HI OR. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL DR. WM. M. SCHIFF Announce the removal of their offices from the Huntington Bldg. to 515 VENETIAN WAY BLDG. (515 N. E. 15th St.) Practice of Dentistry p hone 2 48ig Between low hatred there % %  as sharp as • Edge! TYRONE P0 GENEIKRJJ JOHN PA^I ANNE CLIFTON MARSHAUJ In W. Maugham'" ^ "The Edge' Playing Cameo AW 1 Thea 6 *! Miaiw B***. i ^IM{M



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E 110 OPEN AT BEACH Establishment of the Greater liami Hebrew Academy, which trill combine Hebrew and secular raining is announced today by Jr. David S. Andron, chairman of the executive committee of the Institution. The academy, which will be located at the Beach Y, will be an jll-day school and will meet five Jays a week with several hours flevoted to English and secular Itudies. Aim of the school is "to give khe children of our community a Cultural training predicated upon \ho synthesis of both Hebrew earning and secular knowledge," kccording to Dr. Andron. The institution will be an independent ommunity project sponsored by number of local people, he said. Teachers experienced in both lebrcw and English studies are ting appointed and the school trill be launched within the next ew days. Registration has aleady begun. Girls and boys in lie six year age group are eligihlc for the 18-1A classes which irill be limited to 15 students. Enrolment in the Hebrew kinderarten will be open to children ctwecn the ages of four and five id one-half years. The school is to be expanded include the higher grades kter on. Application has been pade to the board of education pr accrediting. Among local rabbis who have |nady given approval to the nject are Rabbis Irving Lehran, Murray Grauer, Moses Meshcloff, Joseph E. Rackovsky, eon Kronish and Max Shapiro. Approval has also been extendby the Bureau of Jewish Eduction whose director, A. P. Ganes will cooperate in the estabphment of a "progressive and kodern program of education." I Members of the school's execute committee are Samuel Reinkid. Dr. I. Makovsky, S. M. rundwerg, Nathan Ginsberg, A. IBear and David Rosner. jRabbi A. S. Gross of Torah icsorah, New York, assisted in f establishment of the academy. [In addition to the general stues. instruction will also be givi in arts and crafts, music and ltdoor activities. Transportation will be proJed to and from the school, pminal fees will be charged. Inquiries about the academy ky be made at the Y office beeen 9 a.m. and noon daily. IVar Assets Administration has cd all restrictions on the sale [surplus property for export. JCRS Donor Luncheon Scheduled for Wedn'dtfy Second annual honor luncheon of the Greater Miami chapter, Jewish Consumptives Relief society, is scheduled for the Beachcomber at noon Wednesday, according to Mrs. Jack Levey, president. Mrs. Mary Mark Harris of New York city, national JCRS president, will be a guest of honor as will Rabbi and Mrs. Mrs. Levey Irving Lehr man, patrons of the organization. Jackie Miles and other entertainers will present the program. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. William Levine. Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein is chairman of the souvenir journal which is being published in connection with the luncheon. Others on the luncheon committee are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Rosenthal, secretary; Mrs. Maury Poncher, in charge of the jewel and memorial pages of the journal; Mrs. Martin D. Sunshine, publicity; Mrs. William Schwartz, flower arrangements. Reservations may be made with Mis. Hy Friedman, 4468 S. W. 3 st. Tickets will be also available at the door. The local JCRS chapter, which is two years old, has 350 members. Proceeds from the luncheon and other fund raising projects are used to help local tubercular relief and to support the national JCBS home in Denver. Final plans for the luncheon will be made at a meeting Monday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. TOURISTS TO ATTEND ANNUAL HIAS DINNER Eighth annual dinner of the HIAS People's Tourist committee is slated for 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Victor hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, who each year the hosts at the dinner, will again sponsor the event in honor of the memory of their son, Victor. Proceeds of the dinner aid the work of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society. Max Lefkowitz, director of the Boston office of HIAS, will be among the guest speakers. Others include Rabbis Leon Kronish, Moses Mescheloff and Irving Lchrman. A musical program has been arranged by the Rev. Maurice Mamches. Chairman of the tourist committee is Joseph L. Tepper of Washington, D.C. Ire neckties really more important? Consider how unthinkable it would be to say to a friend, "Bill, I want you to go out and buy me a house. I haven't the time to do it myself." You wouldn't dream of making so deeply personal a purchase in an offhand, any-old-thing-will-do fashion. Yet, think of it! Scarcely a week goes by but some "friend of the family" comes to us to arrange hurriedly for burial space that another had "not had the time" to provide. Isn't it grotesque, almost, that many a man who would never allow another to select his neckties will yet thoughtlessly leave the choice of his own family plot to another? Would you? MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 ? .' ? Vlstlt Junior Hadassah Names Five Local Delegates Five delegates will represent the Greater Miami Junior Hadassah at the annual southeastern regional conference Feb. 15 through 17 at Atlanta, Ga. Delegates from this area are the Misses Natalie Sandra Frankel, Lucille Yagoda, Roslind Worth, Aida Robbins and Dorothy Sussman. Miss Frankel, president of the local chapter of Junior Hadassah, is vice president of the southeastern region. The conference will deal with subjects pertaining to projects in Palestine supported by Junor Hadassah. Special attention will be paid the children's village of Meier Shfeyah, for which Junior Hadassah hopes to raise $200,000; the Henrietta Szold school of nursing; the Youth Aliyah immigration movement, and the Jewish National Fund. Plans will also be made for extensive membership drives. Prof. Quiz to Entertain At Beach Y Rally "The One, the Only, the Original Professor Quiz" will be presented at the Beach Y at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18. After the question and answer session, Prof. Quiz will stage a magic show which will be followed by dancing. The rally is open to the public and no charge will be made. Prof. Quiz, Dr. Craig Earl in private life, will arrive in Miami Monday, Feb. 17, for a week of personal appearances. His weekly Thursday "battle of wits" will be broadcast from Miami. Since 1936 when Dr. Earl originated his quiz broadcasts in Washington he has paid out more than $100,000 to better than 259,000 contestants and traveled more than 40,000 miles. MJOC Sisterhood To Meet Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood will hold a general business meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third street. Items of general interest will be discussed. Mrs. E. Karger will preside. LOUIS D. CONSTANT For Hotels. Restaurants, Institutions, Etc. Chinaware. Silverware, Glassware. Kitchen Equipment. Domestic Dinnerware Sets, Silverware Sets 2714 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 9-4335 Dr. Harry E. Fry Dr. Carleton Vaughan DENTIST Formerly Located at 7 East Flagler Now In Their New Offices 2157 S. W. 13th Ave. (Corner of Coral Way) TELEPHONE 2-7215 B. & R. IRON, METAL & SALVAGE Buyers of SCRAP IRON. METALS and SALVAGE WE DO HAULING Highest Prices Paid for AUTO WRECKS MACHINERY, Etc. 1292 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-0211 MT. SINAI BENEFITS FROM HOTEL SHOW \ Mickey Michaels, managing director ol the Cadillac hotel (left), signs a $10,000 check Jor the proposed Mount Sinai hospital ol Greater Miami. Michaels was host to his hotel guests at a dinner-show for the benefit of Mount Sinai last Sunday when $42,000 was raised for the hospital. With him is Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the visitors division. "WE DO ANYTHING IN PHOTOGRAPHY" IK. B. FORDYCE MIAMI'S COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER BANQUETS — WEDDINGS — ADVERTISING ARCHITECTURAL 1040 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 3-0039 AM'S ILVER FLEET Telephone 4-1681 Coral Gables, Florida TAXI BAGGAGE U-DRIVE CARS FOR HIRE Chevrolet — Plymouth — Dodge — Buick 1946 MODELS SAM WEISSEL SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW CHIROPRACTIC PRESENTS ITS CASE By C. W. WEIANT Research Director CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION In The Reader's Digest FEBRUARY ISSUE "Learn The Truth About Chiropractic" 86OOBISCAYNE BOULEVARD MUSIC COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER Reservations, Phone %mv" 7-3831



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PAGE EIGHT MJOC Announces New Kindergarten Classes Establishment of a Hebrew speaking kindergarten, to be called Beth Hayeled. is announced by the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation The project will be for children between the, ages of three and |ive years. Sessions are fo be from 0 a.m. to 12 Monday through Friday, on the rear lawn of the Talmud Torah, which is being fully equipped. Miss Frances Koenig. director of the kindergarten, is a graduate of Brooklyn college and the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She formerly taught at the Yeshiva Rabbi Joseph Kom-itz in New York city. Registration will begin 3:30 p.m. Monday at the MJOC Talmud Torah," 1545 S.W. Third St. Further information may be obtained by calling the office of the Congregation. WOMEN OUTLINE CAMPAIGN Lodge to Establish Annual Friendship Night Inauguration of an annual ••Fnendsh.p Night" will be marked at the meet.ng of Sholem lkKifi e. B'nai B'r.th 8 p.m. Tues£ at Kaplan hall of Temple Is%  ffil when members of the todge 11 will attend with their friends of other religious faiths. Irving Caesar's "Songs of To Celebrate Holiday Chamisha Osor B'shvat will be commemorated by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at 7:30 p.m. Sunday with a festival featuring documentary films on the development of Palestine. A children's skit will also be presented at the party which will take place at the synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th ave. ganization necessary to conduct 0 camThe tremendous organization necu., ~ TV"T^" j^ paign ol the scope they desire .sbejngplanned h. by Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; and Jewiflh !" e *CJA Women To Hear JWV Post Meets Monday Underground Heroine Bruce Brown Post 1.4 *n Nazi occupation held 8:15 p. m.. M the in France will be told to the wornMiami Jewish Orthodox C ngre_,..__ division of the Combined gation Talmud Torah, 1545 S w j ew j sri Appeal at two events next Third street Nat mander, will prei Friendship" wiU be performed by the "Southland Singers. 1 a group of 20 men and women directed by James Paul and H. U. Morns. They Will also sing several traditional and comic numbers The lodge lias presented copies of the songbook to the choral group. Miss Judy Nelson, soprano of the Miami Opera Guild, will also be on the program. Her mother, Mrs [rving Nelson, will accompany her at the piano. A: angements for the meeting were made by Marx Feinberg, program chairman Sam Silver will preside at the business session which will precede the program. A good and welfare discussion Will be invited from the floor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, m, Radio Program Featum Refugee Discussion "Displaced Refugee Child ren .•< Europe" will be discussed by Mn Miriam Brodinsky, chairman d the southeastern region of ft. neer Wmnen, and Mrs. Albert u Berson, president of Kadimak chapter, during the "Oneg Shah. bat of the Air" 4:45 p.m. ^ day over Radio Station WKAT Also on the program will | songs of Palestine by Ruth ^ Brotman, accompanied by Anyub Melicov at the piano. The Kadimah chapter is S poosoring a series of five program! I devoted to problems of Europe', 1 displaced children. L I'lSLKVSTIJV %  ReaJUai Will Give Prompt Perscn.n Attention to AI H REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 11 Years of Experience in Buildmg Construct on Mi.ir.ii Be.ich YACHT TONDELEYO ... 81 FT. CHARTER FOR WEEK. MONTH OR SEASON CRUISE AND FISH IN LOVELY KEYS BEAUTIFUL DOCKAGE — SUNSET ISLAND Copt. Al Kappler Phone 5-7839 or 5-9257 X o3e3 Cur $1.00 per Dozen Potted, Ready to Bloom, Shrubs, Etc. Two Blocks West of Le Jeune Road 4391 N. W. 12th Street 4-6994 Brunn's Gardens Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years oi Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY POLO Double-header FRIDAY NITE ORANGE BOWL FRIDAY NITE'S World-Famous Players Are: STU IGLEHART MIKE PHIPPS CECIL SMITH LADDIE SANFORD GEORGE OLIVER BUDDIE COMBS AL PARS ELLS AND DEL CARROL TEAMS: Unbeaten MIAMI vs. Great ESSEX TROOP Cecil Smith's Del Ray Hurricanes vs. Milwaukee Rapids Tickets: In Miami. Burdine's (west mezzanine): In Miami Beach, Burdine's, Lincoln Boad: In Coral Gables. Marc Abbott's. 345 Coral Way, on Miracle Mile. GENEBAL ADMISSION: $1.00 (choice upper stands). RESERVED SEATS S2.00 (lower stands). BOX SEATS S3 00 STUDENTS 50c. (Children 12 and under free, stands, if accompanied by parent.) week. Mme. Paulette Oppert. leader in the wartime French underg ro un In and director of the Maison d'Enfants for orphaned Jewish children, will speak .i a pace-setters meeting for the it 4 p.m. Mon• %  .. %  home of Mrs. Monte Seiij ?25 W. DiLido dr. She will also address a luncheon of n's special Rift division at 12:30 p m. Tuesday at the I .-a hoti I e. Oppert. who was formerly head nurse ol a hospital for wounded soldiers, will describe! the work of the Maison d'Enfants. one of the < ight Jewish children's homes in France supported by the Jmnt Distribution Committee. Mrs Stanley C Myers is general v. man, and Mrs. Monte Selig is chairman of the special gift unit. This is the first time in the history of local Jewish fund raising that women will conduct their own si parate drive %  the 1047 Combined Jewish Appeal for $1,309,741 gets under way March 1! Other leaders ol the women's tl are Mrs Milton Sirkin, chairman of the women's com-1 ttee in Miami Beach, and Mrs.' i.' n K plan, Miami Beach chair-) Mrs Abraham Goodman and Mrs Benjamin Meyers have epted the associate chairmanwith Mrs Selig ol the wornei special Rift division. Majors and captains of the h women's division will meet at 1 M) p.m. this afternoon at the Beach V NEW LOCATION MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MANICURIST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-S21I in upper / ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE ^CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection N GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach TO GIVE IDA REPORT A report ol the recent Joint il conference held in St. Louis will be Riven bv H..rold Tuik at the luncheon ting of Sholem lodge, B'nai Bnth at 12:15 p, m. today in the Downtown Club restaurant Sevbold \ A for,,,.-: president of Sholem lodge, Turk is state membership chairman ol B'nai B delegate to the JDA parley TRULY NOLEN. Preiid.nl Bly's Garage 145 S. W. 1st Street PHONE 3-9500 TWO-WEEK SPECIAL BRAKES tf A OC Relined *Q-t- ^ PIR ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Tha P*


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PAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1947 +Jewlsti fkridfimn PAGE ELEVEN QitedaAy, a$ SAtaleJi Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington are.. lami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. Late Friday night forum, 8:30 m Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Jewish Justice." Saturday brning services, 8:30 a.m. Larry Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ss will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Mescheloff will address Bar Mitzva boy and preach on "A Tired People." Intermediate vices 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Board of Education. lior congregation at 10 under the supervision of Max Bertman of ( faculty. Kiddish served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph enner and a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. Bcdman in charge. Mincha at 5:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Sudos. obi Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclic i .e.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. IFriday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by. Maariv. Saturday ft minyon, 7 a.m., second minyon, 9 a.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will lak. Mincha, 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi II discuss the portion of the week. Daily services at 7 and 8 a.m., lowed by a class in Mishna. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed fa class in Jewish laws and customs. Blanket Package Service Extended By Care |MIAMI JEWISH ORTHO. \< CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. %  ive„ Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. [K.ibolas Shabbos 5:45 p.m. Friday evening forum. 8:30 p.m. bbi Grauer will speak on "Faith and Inter-Faith Relationships." and Mrs. Max Kupferstein will be hosts and will serve refreshits. Services Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Alvin Rotenberg, son Ir. and Mrs. Leo Rotenberg will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Rabbi juer will address the young man. Rabbi Meyer Fried, guest laker, will discuss "A Midianite Priest's Appreciation of Judaism." |ior service, 10:45 a,m. Loretta Kestenbaum will speak on portion :ic week. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Doubleheader Polo Match | Teen Agere Contribute To Hospital Campaign CONSERVATIVE ICONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. bbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. lLate Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Can| Mamches will officiate, assisted by the choir under the direction >uis Powesky. In view of the present crisis in Palestine and the irgence of prejudice Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "If I Were a ristian." Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand will be hosts at the Oneg Shaz, in the auditorium after the services to celebrate the opening of new office. Sabbath service, 8:30 a.m. Students' services, 10:30 Bar Mitzvah Breakfast club sponsored by the P-TA 8:45 a.m. Iday. Persons desiring to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat may contact chairman, Mrs. Abraham Kasow. IIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami ich. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Sloan, executive director; bjor Jacob Y. Goldring. friday evening service. 5 p.m. Late Friday evening services, 8:15 Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Maimonides—Prince of Torah." will be the last in a series of three lectures on "Giants of IsCantor Goldring will chant the service assisted by the choir. irday morning service, 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the ftkly portion of the law. David Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. AbraBocker, and Alvin Wapnaish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wapnaish, become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Laibele Waldman will chant the rice. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday. LIBERAL :MPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will preach on Planters" in observance of Chamisha Osor B'shvat. This will the fourth in a series joi six sermons on the contributions of mm and Democracy to a free world. At 10:45 a.m. Saturday re will be a birthday service honoring religious school children were born in February. The service will also be dedicated to Temple's Boy Scout troop in honor of National Scout Week. CanCclemer will render the musical portions at all services. NEW YORK—CARE, the nonprofit, government-aproved Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe, announces the extension of its new blanket package service beginning this week to Austria, Czechoslovakia, Finland, Norway, Italy, Greece, Poland, and the American, British and French zones of Germany, plus all of Berlin, Heretofore available only for France, Belgium and The Netherlands, the new CARE blanket package now may be sent to any of the countries cooperating in the CARE program. This extension of CARE's service enables individuals and groups in this country to aid loved ones in Europe, especially such groups as the refugees now living without possessions of their own in displaced persons camps. Orders will be accepted for the blanket packages immediately, according to Paulomly French, general manager of CARE. They will be airmailed to CARE headquarters in the European country concerned, and the packages delivered out of CARE's warehouses there, on the same basis established for the organization's famous food parcel. The blanket package sells for ten dollars, and includes two allvirgin wool blankets weighing three and three-quarter pounds each. They are U. S. Army surplus, made to government specifications, olive-drab in color. In addition to blankets and sewing materials, the new parcels contain a pair of composition soles for men's shoes and a pair for women's shoes, a pair of rubber heels for men's shoes and composition heels for women's shoes, and enough nails for attaching the soles and heels. CARE's famous food package is also available for purchase in this country for guaranteed delivery in eleven European countries at a total cost of ten dollars. Orders for either the food package, or the new blanket package, may be sent to CARE at 50 Broad st., New York. Booked For Tonight Miami's unbeaten Adventures will meet the Essex (N. J.) Troop in the doubleheader polo match booked for tonight at the Orange Bowl. In the second event, Delray Beach's Hurricanes will vie with Milwaukee. Each game will be four chukkers. An even match is expected in the first game. The Essex outfit holds the highest goal rating of any team yet encountering the locals. The Adventurers will send out the strongest array possible with Mike Ph.ipps, Stewart Iglehart and George Oliver teaming for the first time this season. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Iman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Jr. Wiley R. Scott, minister of the Miami Beach Community rch, will be guest speaker during Friday evening services, 8:15 which will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A reception [follow with Sisterhood members serving as hostesses. They are Max Meisel, February chairman of hospitality, and the Meses Ada Joseph, Max Hoffman, Clara Hyman, Stella Hantman, ry Kozakoff and Adolph Wetheimer, chairman of house and repments. Mrs. I. Goldman will light the Sabbath candles. During bath services, 11 a.m. Saturday, Martin Garden, son of Mr. and Herman Garden, will become Bar Mitzva. Refreshments will be ed following the service. TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 8. W. 21H Terrace ^MPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. pi David Raab. p. Solomon Foster, rabbi emeritus of Temple B'nai Jeshurun of ark, N. J., will be guest speaker at the services this evening. Dr. er, who has served his congregation for more than 40 years, will kss "Answering the Skeptic." The benediction will be given by pi Samuel J. Levinson of Temple Beth Emeth, Brooklyn, whose [anniversary as spiritual leader of that congregation was celepd this year. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and introduce fuest speaker. A reception will to held in the social hall of the pie following the service. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On peanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments E. BRONSTON, Realtor Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 ACCOUNTANCY REGISTRATION NOW OPEN EVENING CLASSES IN fundamentals of Accounting and Law February 10 Statements. Systems, Partnerships and Law February 11 CALL OR WRITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PENINSULAR INSTITUTE PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES P EAST FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 3-1570 SUNFRESH BRAND Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE Fresh squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting types of Florida Oranges. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J "Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. THE PALESTINE PICTURE: Although Dr. Chaim Weizmann i li nger president of the Jewish Agency, it is interesting to note that Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech Jones is privately iscussing the Palestine issue with him The Colonial Secretary has visited Dr. Weizmann at 1 e a s t three times since the World Zionist Congress • Whether the present informal talks between the Zionist leaders and the British Government will lead to definite results is still not clear because of the attitude of Foreign Secretary Bevin, who is not friendly to the Jewish demands All that is known is that the British government strongly desires a positive outcome of fhg conference on Palestine, satisfactory to all parties From what is going on behind the scenes, it is apparent that Britain is willing to increase the oresenl immigration quota to admit 8C.000 Jews to Palestine within two years ... It also is ready to grant wider independence to Jews in Palestine by giving them what the British government calls "administrative partition." u edition of appearance of a niw Arab '' AU, nl H bed bv FlitKeArab national movement ^TotrgumU says* — nan on-Jews J ^ £0.. ltic countries considei Zionu > lew embodiment of th. oW Jewish yearning for the Holy II, tries to prov< the "belief by Christian, I Zionist is desti. ^'" the fulfillment of Biblical propecies is a misconci ptioi %  • • \ imitting thai then a his.,,,.,. connection between Jews ,nd r,,l,-une. h< argue; I historic connection is not r, ei sarily synonymous with title to possession %  He then attempts to create the impression that the On %  and the Bril m —— %  .: of considerfions as furthering prejudice. Palestine was no great success in New Arabs .. They ah 01 the York ... It ran on Broadway safej infor only a few weeks leresl I 1 on the The w 1 d "Jew" continuation of British rule there ... All in all. it amounts to a modified "federalization plan" • Some members of the cabinet feel that such a plan can be in:posed upon both the Jews and the Arabs regardless of their objections, and that the plan could obtain the approval of the United Nations. • DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: Anti-Si mitism as a s e r 1 0 u s American problem will receh 'first thorough cinematic examination in the production of the screen version of "Gentleman's Agreement," a forthcoming novel w ,.. by Laura Z.Hobson... The novel I establishment oi a Jewish state is currently appearing as a serial m Palestine cannot be accom: i n Cosmopolitan Magazine, and ut displacing me 20th Century-Fox has bought it Arabs... for production this year Thi T C him the solution of the story deals with a writer who rePalestine problem can be in assigment to do a Si ries achieved by proclaiming Palesrticles on anti-Semitism t j ne as an independent Arab In ordei to obtain material, hi state in wn ich "as many Jews ... is a Jew w;t; shattc ring %  oi sequenci s t 1 his own life A similar novel. "Focus," by Arthur Miller, was bought for the last summer by the King %  rs, I ul plans for its pro• n a:, still nebulous Bing Crosby's production of "Abie's Irish Rose" which is considered by Jewish organizaas the country can hold without prejudice to its political and economic freedom" would be permitted to live with full citizenship rights Such a state, he says, would naturally be tied to Britain by a for the safeguarding of British strategic and economic inten sts %  Partitioning of Palestine is, of course, ruled out by the author Perhaps the most remarkable thing about the author is his statement veib will that he tried to arrive at his conU. S. Announces Plan To Return War Dead ATLANTA-Tentotive date for the return of the tost NMlMJ America's World War II dead f !,, temporary military cemeovers, as is August, 947, | in8 to war department information received today by Col. Ricl ,rd B. Thornton, commander of th, Atlanta General Dep< '• Bodies ol those who fell at Pearl Harbor and other armed forces p.rs,mnel who now rest in seven cemeteries in Hawaii will the s.m Francisco port of embarkation about Aug. 18. Those win, are buried in the Henri Chapelle temporary cemetery in Belgium are scheduled to arrive at the New York port of embarkation about Aug. 25. Only the r e maim of those whose return is requested by next of kin will be brought back to the U S for final burial in either a private cemetery or a national I cemetery. Tentative schedules for the return of World War II dead are based on the assumption that full delivery of caskets ordered bv the war department will begin in May and will continue without interruption due to shortages of basic materials. .^. oo£ MJGUST BROS R? I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 The last photograph of Lincoln was taken by Adolphus Solomons, one of the founders of the Ami rican Red Cross. 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PAGE TWELVE Latest Lauterbach Book Is Review Subject The latest book of the famous son of Miami Beach parents will be reviewed by Mr, I. M We.n; 8 day H ObitnariPN IGNATZ BERGER. 63, of 7900 Collins ave., Miami I mbe reviewed by Mrs. I. M. weinM !" "*~7 h ,, yea „ agJ stein when she presents Richard chart, com ng nen E. Lauterbach's "Through Busfrom Peekf bit, %  "• ^ *•. Rack Door" for the Miami :,IL h s tt K '' .' ,,' „ Eft FrX S ^Tn n^ ud a e 'j sia's Back Door" for the Miami Beach Women's d can Jewish Congress afternoon, Feb. 14th at the Miami i 1 !" ^''^ of'Viami Be Beach Jewish Center. Mr. and ; C.Kov HI I Mrs. Morton Lauterbach the aui A; ,,_ thofs parents, are residents of mcmdin g M ; Miami Beach, and have been invited to be guests of hor.or for the review. Lauterbach is a well-known correspondent and author, having worked on the staff of Life magazine and for a number of years was head of Life's Moscow bureau. He was the first American reporter permitted into Russia through the Siberian frontier about which his latest book concerns itself. Originally fcheduled for Tuesday evening, Feb. 11th, the event has been changed to the established review day, Friday noon. All subscribers have bun urged to take note of the change, This is the sixth in a series of 14 reviews presented by Mrs Weinstcin during the wintei season and sponsored by the Miami Beach AJC. Mrs. Leonard Kimball is chairman of the series, assisted by Mrs. Frank Weiss, cochairman. All reviews are open to the public. Beach, and one I rotl er Hi a member of Ton gregation ard i i B'nai B neral service: were he! ir ,. apel ol Gi rdon Funeral H : %  • with Dr, Jaci b H. Kapli n of Tei p],.. Israel officiating. > :.: SEE ORPHAN •"iTAim U ANEW COHEN II 111 I rvtirocl DP Sentenced for Assaulting American BAD TOELZ, Germany (JTA) —Herman Plachczinsky. Jewish DP charged with assaulting an officer during questioning several months ago by American constaliir.l of '•"'' %  •, .... .... .....I I I ~ • In i!M5 when hi nv Hi | -in. r. r 111 ris-hlim • %  in Mm ni lU-iu-h he H'HH a II f the \i-nl the 1 i .. \ III HI Mel phi M %  t'nhei • ward ,III I Infa I hi i\ Soloni >n I sill i.f Mian i II, • h: and threi sister* Ml lull •> • % %  • VI -..-.. • M I i. I .: I'I le Melie I %  First Refugees Arrive In Vienna From China VIENNA, (JTA) The first A A nJewsrapatrlatS from the refuge, colony in hai arrived her. last work. ... wee 34 persons in the it and 766 are expected ill the middle ol next month. An-i .,,,,,.,. |,300 men. women and ;,„,,„,„ in China have received Austrian visas, while 351 have .! novt residing '"' ,ii' The ni w '' lodg tivesor in hoby the Joint ition Committee. 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