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The Jewish Floridian ( February 14, 1947 )

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Com&Cn'un^. THE JEWISH UN l"T7 3THE J EWISHWE )LUME 20—NUMBER 7 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS ommittee to Explore ivil Liberty Problem WASHINGTON (JTA)—The President's Committee on Civil ghts, meeting in its second session at the White House within a nth, announced the appointment of three sub-committees to plore the civil liberties problem, and conferred with representa^es of the Department of Justice concerning the department's livities in the civil rights field. Charles E. Wilson, chairman of the committee and president of General Electric company, announced the sub-committees and eir members as follows: 1. A committee to consider and determine the adequacy of fasting federal legislation and to recommend proposed new legistion: The Right Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill, Francis P. Matthews, \. Frank P. Graham, John S. Dickey and Mrs. Sadie T. Alexander. 2. A committee to consider the broader social, economic and lucational aspects of promoting the cause of civil liberties throughIt the country: Charles Luckman, the Most Rev. Francis J. Haas, Jmes B. Carey, Channing H. Tobias and Rabbi Roland B. Gittelhn. 3. A committee to consider the work of private organizations lose activities affect civil rights: Morris L. Ernst, Mrs. M. E. ]ly, Boris Shiskin and Franklin D. Roosevelt, jr. The appointment of Mr. Dickey, president of Dartmouth college, kd Mr. Roosevelt as vice chairman of the committee and as an fecutive committee to serve with him, was also announced by Mr. jilson. Prof. Robert K. Carr, chairman of the government departent at Dartmouth college, was appointed by the committee as ecutive secretary. >C, ORT To Combine rational Training JEW YORK (JTA)—Unifica of the vocational training Dgrams of the Joint Distribucommittee and the World IT Union was made known in Joint announcement by Edward W. Warburg, chairman of the it Distribution committee, and arge Backer, president of the brld ORT Union and American |T Federation. The vocational training prons of the two agencies, which in operation in almost all itries of Europe, with special |phasis on the requirements of placed Jews in Germany and stria, will be maintained by IT and financed by the JDC fh funds raised through the (ted Jewish Appeal campaign. ler the terms of the agreement ORT will receive an initial of $2,000,000 from the JDC year and refrain from fund ling activities in the United Ites during the year 1947. Vever, the World ORT Union be able to continue its funding activities outside the U. S. |nies Martial Law Plan [JERUSALEM. (JTA).—High ^mmissioner Sir Alan Cunngham thii week informed Jewish Agency thai the lestine Government is not aning to impose martial law [ present. The assurance was given to Idie Meirson, chairman of political department of the rih Agency in Jerusalem, Elieser Kaplan. Agency t, who were called to srnment House, the High imissioner's residence. Sir told them that the rerequisitioning of Jewish Wings and the establishit in Jerusalem and other H of heavily guarded govlent compounds were security measures, so the government would be P**d for every eventualENTRY OF DPS TO BE SPEEDED WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secretary of State George C. Marshall has informed Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, chairman of the Foreign Relations committee, that the State department plans to lay before Congress this year legislation for the entry of displaced persons into the United States. In a letter to Senator Vandenberg, Secretary Marshall also listed department plans for legislation enabling the United States to participate in the International Refugee Organization, to continue an international relief program after the expiration of UNRRA, and to provide a share in the International Children's Fund. Earlier, Attorney General Tom Clark told the Senate Civil Service committee that he favored a change in the immigration law to permit the filling of quotas unused because of the prohibition of war-time travel. Clark further told the committee that if the nationality provision were removed from the immigration law, displaced persons could be taken care of. This would mean, in essence, that, minus the nationality clause, quotas now assigned, say to Germans, and unfillable because of insufficient qualifying Germans, could be applied to Poles or displaced persons of other nationalities whose quotas are oversubscribed. Indiana Outlaws KKK INDIANAPOLIS (JTA)—A bill outlawing such organizations as the Ku Klux Klan and theColumbians has been unanimously adopted in the Indiana state senate. The bill outlaws all organizations seeking to spread racial or religious intolerance. Its passage was supported by a widely representative group of citizens of all religions and races. L DEFUSE TO TELL ON EXTREMISTS JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Council this week rejected the ultimatum presented to them last week by the Palestine government. A few hours before the expiration of the seven-day waiting period specified in the ultimatum, the Agency told Chief Secretary Henry Gurney that any appeal by it to the Jewish population, asking them to inform on the extremists, would only be ineffective, but would be likely to cause more harm than good. "The Agency desires lo point out the grave responsibility the government would be assuming by resorting lo reprisals and collective punishments against an entire community for acts committed by a small minority who are flouting the authority of that community," the reply said. "The executive is fully alive lo the dangers threatening the Jewish people from the growth of the terrorist movement in Palestine," it continued. "It holds, however, that restoration of peace and order is inextricably bound up with a solution of the political problem of the country. "It therefore came as a painful surprise to the executive that at the very time of discussions between His Majesty's government and the Jewish Agency, aiming at a satisfactory settlement, the Palestine government s^h o u 1 d have precipitated this issue by addressing to the Agency a communication which could but cause grave concern, and may lead to further deterioration of the situation. "As you are aware, representatives of the Jewish Agency and the Jewish community have on numerous occasions condemned bloodshed and terrorism as a method of political action. This condemnation has been expressed in terms which should have ruled out any doubt of their sincerity such as was implied in your letter. In addition to denouncing terrorism, the Zionist Actions committee called on the Yishuv to isolate terrorist groups and deny them all encouragement, support and assistance." The Agency then pointed out that "however determined to oppose terrorism, it cannot 'make use' of the resources of a government which is enforcing a policy regarded by the community as a breach of the fundamental law of the country." The Jewish National Council said that it "finds itself unable to call upon the Yishuv, engaged as it is in its struggle for its rights and freedom, to accede to the government's request." Agency Turns Down New British Proposal LONDON (JTA)—Leaders of the Jewish Aqency this week met with Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones and submitted to them the Agency's reaction to the latest British proposal for the solution of the Palestine problem. An official communique issued following the meeting did not reveal the nature of the Jewish comments. However, it is understood that the Jewish leaders pointed out that the govern&f ment proposal must be rejected for the following reasons: Gruner Appeal Planned LONDON (JTA)—A wellknown firm of British solicitors has been instructed to file an appeal with the Privy Council on behalf of Dov Gruner, condemned Palestinian Jew, by Max Seligman, Palestine attorney now in London. Seligman received instructions from Gruner's lawyers in Jerusalem. 3IRGUNISTS GET DEATH SENTENCE JERUSALEM (JTA)— Three young Jews were sentenced to death this week and one to life imprisonment by a British military court which convicted them of illegal possession of arms and offering resistance to British troops. Hayim Gorovelski, 17, received the life term, apparently because of his youth, while Dov Rosenbaum, 24; Eliezer Kashani, 23, and Mordechai Elkushi, 21, were condemned to death. After sentence had been pronounced, they arose and sang Hatikvah. The four were captured at a road block between Tel Aviv and Lydda on Dec. 29, during a country-wide man hunt for members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi who flogged a British officer and several non-commissioners. When they were seized in a taxi that tried to crash through the road barrier, they had a sub-machinegun, two revolvers, four bombs and two rawhide whips. A fifth man in the taxi died as a result of wounds. The defendants refused the aid of counsel and told the court that (Continued on Page 4) T IMATIDNAL SCOPE ATLANTA, (JTA).—The Columbians, anti-Semitic and antiNegro organization with headquarters here, has made efforts to set up branches in many other states and has contacted other pro-fascist, nationalist organizations, it was disclosed by Solicitor-General Ernest E. Andrews on the basis of information uncovered by the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. League investigators found that one Raymond C. Vick, who has a police record dating back to 1931, had been authorized by Emory Burke and Homer Loomis, Jr., Columbian leaders, to establish a branch in his home city of Indianapolis. Plans were afoot for other branches in Wisconsin, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Minnesota and California. Contact had been made with nationalist groups in those states, which offered to cooperate with the Columbians. New evidence of Burke's ties with pro-Nazi forces have also been obtained by the Anti;Nazi League. It cited a letter written by Burke on Feb. 13, 1943, in which he stated: "If Germany falls, the entire white race falls, and the world will be turned over to the barbarian Asiatic and filthy Jew." 1. The proposed admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine is not satisfactory because it is spread over a period of two years. Furthermore, there is no assurance of continued Jewish immigration at the end of the two-year period. 2. The Jewish Agency regards the British proposal as ruling out the possibility of the establishment of a Jewish state. 3. There is no assurance in the proposal thai the land and water resources of Palestine will be developed on a national basis. 4. The proposal, in providing for a five-year period of trusteeship, ignores the Jewish demand for a final solution of the Palestine problem. The plan thus means five years of uncertainty leading to no definite solution. A Jewish Agency spokesman, commenting on the British proposal, said: "Since the publication of the Morrison plan we have been awaiting modifications which would bring it more into line with our demands. Such modifications as are in this proposal only take it further from our demands." Further talks between the Agency leaders and members of the cabinet were not ruled out. At the same time, Dr. Fadil Jamali, spokesman for the Arab delegations to the Conference on Palestine, announced that after long consideration of the British proposal, the Arab delegations rejected it as "unsuitable to form the basis of discussion." Representatives of Jewish organizations met under the chairmanship of David Ben Gurion to hear a report of the Agency's informal talks with the representatives of the government. The meeting was attended by leaders of the Jewish Agency, Anglo(Continued on Page 4) N. Y. ASKED TO BAR RESTRICTIVE CLAUSES NEW YORK. (JTA).—A bill has been introduced into the New York State Assembly to outlaw restrictive clauses prohibiting owners of houses to sell or rent their property to Negroes, Jews or members of other minority groups. Among the supporters of the bill is the American Jewish Congress. The state of New York is more advanced in dealing with discrimination matters than any state in the Union. Sen. Irving M. Ives declared at a conference of the B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League here. Asserting that neither the federal government nor any other state has made the same progress as New York in barring discrimination in employment, Ives called for anti-discrimination legislation by Congress. \



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PAGE TWO 9-Jmis* HrriJian FRIDAY, FgRpg y PerJonally Speaking em ADL director, and Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of Tampa university, on plans for intercultural education classes at the university this summer. From Chicago, Mrs. Ralph the National fewish Center Workers and executive director ol The Bronx House, arrived this week from New York with his wife and son for a short vacation • Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Mor3 and their children, Robert j Mansfield and her two children and Marjory, of Newark and Qje visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maplewood, N. J.. are spending 152Q g w nfth st two weeks at the Nash-Senator; %  fieck hotel. Mr. Morris is the son of Mrana Jacob H. Morris, 1221 Collins man have named their new ave | daughter Nancy Elaine. Born Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leshj Qn 3 j she i s the Beckman's ner of Monticello, N. Y., have : chi]d Hef brothers are Ef55 1 So.*." r ^ t o Also here from Monticello are I Here from New York are Mrs. Ida Lamm and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Sacks, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon April who are visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand are entertaining Mrs. Rand's mother, Mrs. Jennie Goodman, of Englewood. N. J., and sister, Mrs. Theodore Natelson, of White Plains, N. Y. Mrs. Natel*i their nephews and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tudor. 829 S. W. 18th ave., and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Schaffer, 821 S. W. 18th ave. They plan to stay a month. Mr. and Mrs. M. Klein have just returned to their home in White Plains, N. Y. Mrs. NatelLam bertville, N. J., after spendson's son, Stephen, is here with ing severa i we eks with their her. Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Nathan Adelman flew back from Hot Springs, Ark., last HAROLD A. LEVINES PLAN HOME IN NEW YORK At home in New York following their hon in Havan be Mr. and Mrs. Harold A, Levin whose Monday afternoon at the King Cole hotel, Miami Beach Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. O. Philip Wolfson of Miami Beach, the bride is the former Miss Phyllis Wolfson Shi attended bj Mrs. Alvin Graf, jr., of Baltimore as matron of honor; Miss Eli. Preville of New York and Miss Barbara Meyer, brid Mrs. Dan Preville, bridesmatron, Robert Fendrick was best man for Mr. Levin, whose pi Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Levin, came from Philadelphia, Pa the wedding. Serving as ushers were Duke Levin, Philadelphia; Robert Wolfson, James Spencer. Roy Schechter of Great Neck, L. 1 and Dan Preville A graduate of Miami Beach High school, the bride atti i Louisiana State university. Her husband served in thi forces for five years and attended Temple university in I DORFS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING An informal receptii n I the golden weddini of Mr J ;. Pennsylvania av< Miami Bi last Friday. Three suns. I : oth.-r relatives and friends here from New V irk for thi : The chil j oe Larry and Irving Dorf, Mrs. Paul Kahn and Mrs, Phillip Kohlenberg, Mr. Dorf is ted with D J. Dooley. realtor, WM. M. HURTENBACH Has Removed to NEW OFFICES 1411 Congress Building Phone 3-2324 Store hours 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1141 % urdines SumAutt ^asA3 .98 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silver, 210 N. W. 17th ave. David Singer returned by plane Tuesday after week Mrs. Hattie Ritzer spending six weeks with his has returned to her home in j s i s ter, Mrs. Hannah Weinstaub, St. Louis, Mo., after a six weeks' j anc j ner family in Buenos Aires. visit with her daughter, Mrs. I [oj r Singer, who had not seen Eva Sands of the Hampton hotel,; his sister for 48 years, visited Miami. Mrs. Ritzers grand-j a num ber of adjacent cities. He daughter is Mrs. Beverly Balin, res ides with his wife at 1780 S. 760 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, w. 10th st. and is active in the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrereturned to Atlanta Monday q au on after a two-weeks' stay with; Miss F]orence R an of pa ,. Aeu son-in-law and daughter., N „ ^ her Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfe d. ,, i „ .. „ ., „ u brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman i .. T „• flew to Bridgeport, Conn., this an d Mrs A \J a fi* f r an week to attend the funeral of '"definite length of time. Mrs. Huberman's father who f died Saturday night. Mr. Hub] erman has returned to Miami t Beach Frank Glazer, 852 \ Jefferson ave., was called to | Worcester, Mass., Tuesday due to the death of his sister. Herbert Kaminsky of JohnsI town, Pp., is visiting his son and } daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin. In Tampa this weekend is I George J. Talianoff, Florida reg! lonal director of the Ami.rWr,. • & oJeJ Cut SI.00 per Doeen Potted. Ready to Bloom, Shrubs, Etc. Two Blocks West of Le Jeune Road 4391 N. W. 12th Street 4-6 994 Bruun's Gardens If you've a weakness for hats—and what woman doesn't—here's a sparkling group priced so low you'll buy several. Many flattering styles to compliment you and your favorite suits and dresses. White, navy, black, copen, brown, toast. MIAMI STORK. BUDGET HATS, FOURTH FLOOR DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100% Wool Angora—Sport Yarn—Cord* Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 5th St. Next to Dade Pharm. Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI PRESENTS "THE BARBER of SEVILLE" At Miami Senior High School MARCH 1, 3, 4 WITH WORLD FAMOUS TENOR TITO SCHIPA GRACE PANVINI ANGELO PILOTTO VIRGILIO LAZZARI Tickets on Sale at Burdine's, Phone 9-1332; Amidon's. Cordelia's, Miami Beach Radio Shop and Opera Guild Office, 625 S. W. 29th Road $4.80—S3.60—$2.40—$ 1.20 ANNOUNCEMENT RALPH E. KIRSCH, M. D. Announces His Release from the United States Navy and the Opening of His Office in the HUNTINGTON BUILDING, MIAMI PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE Telephone 2-2708 BROOK CLUB 9424 Harding Avenue Tel. 6-2658 WETTE CAPPELLA and PATRICIA MUSIC JULES LANDE PEDRQ Maitre d'Hotel PAUL GOTSCHI Blank-Altman wIlH MISS BLANK Mrs. David Blank and *| daughter, Arlene, of 4307 AjJ rd., Miami Bi ach, are in sj York city, where they are o*| ing preparations f or Miss Bi wedding to Paul L. AltaajJ Wood mere, L. I. The cereal and reception will be held at J Hampshire House in Nt-yj on Wednesday, Fib. 19. Miamians who will attend hi wedding include Miss Blartl father, David Blank, and Mr.ail Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr, and h\ Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Mit| Blank and the bride-elect's br*l ers, Sheldon, now at the Unrl sity of Syracuse, ar,d A.ti| Blank. Miss Blank is a graduated Miami Senior High school. Bel fiance was graduated from | University of Virginia and 3*1 in business in New York rial where the couple will reside, tl Altman is the son of Mrs. DM Altman and the 'ate Morris 11 Altman of Woodmere, Lor| Island. "Music Appreciation ftl Music Education" is the topi which will concern the diK| tion group of the Beach TI 8:15 p.m., Sunday, at ih* TJ Miss Marguerite Marx IJ conduct the program. 1 ? ncoLn UNCCXN 0A0 MIAMI KACM TOUUN | •'* toHOttiomioM AGIO Ml >-4 I I1C4JA M. / {AST KAMI OPEN WAT THRE: KbStiBQllTHEAT-: '.'*'.•'.•'.•'. People Spoke Only Whispers, of the Trifying Red Hou Edward C ROBINSON LON MCCALLISTO "The ReJ House" with JUDITH ANDEHS0" 9^/cS'W^l



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)AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 JewishMo rid tor PAGE THREE PPER TO SPEAK |n Claude A. Pepper will keythe southern fund-raising paign for the American and id Jewish Congress when he Lrs at a formal reception at [Palm Beach hotel, 9 p.m., lay. %  morrow evening in Palm lh, Sen. Alben W. Barkley, krity leader of the senate, will lar at the Mayflower hotel Hhe benefit of Congress of Mi Dr. Stephen S. Wise is %  dent. )vor $10,000 was contribto the organization Wedday evening by guests of Robert Richter hotel who ndcd a Lincoln's Day dinat which Sen. Barkley :e. Jkley paid tribute to Robert jtcr who was killed during fwar when he tried to save non-Jewish companions. ng the guests at the dinJv-cre Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ittr, parents of the young for whom the hotel is Eel. and Mrs. Harry Lanski, ers of the hotel, were hosts fce affair. KURT LEWIN DIES \. Kurt Lewin, one of Amcrliinst outstanding psyeholodicd suddenly Tuesday eveHe had been conducting es of intergroup relational the Massachusetts Instilof Technology for the Amer[ Jewish Congress. Miss Pastroff Tells News Of Engagement Joining the list of brides-elect is Miss Mona Pastroff, whose engagement to Irvin Goldstein, is announced today. Miss Pastroff is the daughter of Mrs. Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W. 14th tor., and the late Maurice Pastroff. A graduate of Miami Senior High school and a former student of Florida State College for Women, she is now studying at the University of Miami for a degree in education. Miss Pastroff is a pledge of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Prior to his three and onehalf years' service in the Army, Mr. Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 5828 Pine Tree dr., received his B.S. degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He was discharged from the Army with the rank of staff sergeant. No date has been set for their wedding. Madaleen Schulman To Wed Orlando Man The only way to become your own sister-in-law is to marry your brother-in-law's brother. That is what's happening to Miss Madaleen Schulman whose engagement to Jack Kamenoff of Orlando, Fla., is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon blvd. Miss Schulman's sister, the former Phyllis Schulman, was married /lo Abe Kamenoff of Orlando several months ago. The Kamenoff brothers are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff of Orlando. The bride-elect is a student at the University of Miami and is active in Hillel. Her fiancee attended the University of Florida. After their wedding next month, the couple will reside in Orlando. *$&* *o^* > V 1 O* GUEST OF SISTERHOOD Comedian Al Kelly will be the guest of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood at a meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening at the synagogue. Reports will be given on the Night of Stars held Saturday evening. Mrs. Jack Hirsch will preside. POGROMS FEARED WHEN U.S. TROOPS LEAVE GERMANY Fear of resumption of pogroms when U. S. troops withdrew from occupied Germany was expressed this week by Rabbi El Silver, president of Vaad Hatzala, who is visiting Greater Miami to launch the local arm of a $5,000,000 nationwide campaign for the organization. Rabbi Silver said that during his recent trip through Europe he warned U. S. generals in Germany that no Jewish people should be left in Germany or Austria because the two countries are still anti-Semitic. RABBI SILVER Vaad Hatzala has been instrumental in resettlement and re"Even now we are finding Jewhabilitation of refugees and disish people killed outside DP placed persons from war-torn camps and can't find out who Europe. A considerable number did it," he said. "If they leave of persons have been brought to DP camps they are in danger." the U. S. through its efforts. France, Palestine, Italy and*America were cited by Rabbi Silver as places where Jewish refugees should be taken. He described Poland and Czechoslovakia as having a better atmosphere than Germany and Austria for the Jewish people but warned that while the Czechs are not anti-Semitic, the Slovacs are. Rabbi Silver has asked Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio for more liberal interpretation of immigration laws by the State department to allow Jewish refugees now in America on temporary permits to becom? citizens more easily. Rabbi Silver, who is an officer of Agudas Isroel and a member of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis, recently returned from a tour of Europe and Palestine as an UNRRA representative of organized Jewry. He will be guest speaker during services at Beth Tfilah synagogue Saturday morning. Aiding Rabbi Silver in the campaign are Rabbi E. Epstein of Chicago, vice president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis, and Rabbi Jacob Muskin, director of Vaad Hatzala. L EO I:ISI;\S i I:I\ • /twe^ _, 7cc Wi Give Prom P t Personal Attention to All Your SsjrRttl ESTATE PROBLEMS 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach ORANGE LIVE POULTRY CO. Special! HENS Shoched on Premises Daily 149 N. W. 5th St. Rear of Lot A E3 FRYERS. ROASTCf\ A ffrOC ING CHICKENS OUC PHONE 2-5533 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 T'S 41ST STREET FLOWER SHOP 423 41ST STREET Opp. Sheridan Theatre PHONE 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service. Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER Roberts' Latest Novel Slated For Review A book that took six years to write will be reviewed for thee Miami Women's division of the American Jewish Congress at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beth David auditorium. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss Kenneth Roberts' latest novel, "Lydia Bailey." All members are asked to attend. JAMBOREE TO BE AT 3 BEACH CLUBS Fourth annual jamboree for the benefit of the National Children's Cardiac Home is set for Sunday evening at three Miami Beach night clubs, according to Harry Saffer, NCCH president. Switched from the Jai-Alai fronton, the Jamboree will be held at the Beachcomber, Copa Cabana and the Latin Quarter to conform with new regulations agreed upon by club owners regarding use of their high priced entertainers at benefits. "Present plans fall for rotating shows from all three clubs at each location," Saffer explained. 'This means that patrons at any of the three clubs during the course of the evening will view the complete floor shows from the Beachcomber, Copa and Latin Quarter." Dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. at each club. Dick Berenson, owner of the fronton, will continue as general chairman for the Jamboree. Lou Walters of the Latin Quarter is chairman of the show production. Entertainer Joey Adams of the Five O'clock club and the Vagabonds from the Clover club will head a contingent of other stars also scheduled to make guest appearances at the three clubs, Saffer said. £\3GUST BROS Hy £ ts^thc BEST.' CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONViLLE, N. C. • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER. Director 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 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 YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared correctly by our Tax Department. Office hours 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Evenings by Appointment. MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Realtor and Tax Consultant 7117 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0563 Phone 6-4011 7435 Collins Ave. DETROIT DELICATESSEN 228 WEST FLAGLER STREET ANNOUNCES THEIR GRAND OPENING Friday, February 14th Carrying a Complete Line of the Finest Quality DELICATESSEN, FOOD and SANDWICHES A. B. WIENER having recently resigned as Internal Revenue Agent in the Miami Office of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, takes pleasure in announcing the opening of offices for practice as Certified Public Accountant Phone 5-9806 Room 411, Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla.



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+j m lslirkridiail MUUAY. F EBRUARY PAGE FOUR Editorial in 1947. Brotherhood—Believe It! to others every right and d*9 nl % e ~~T "Vpetuation ol brotherhood It essential to the ^^.l^l^Xthe thinkAmerican democracy. Until that con ing oi our citizens democracy is not sa^ -£££ ^ minority among us is not tee, ail oi us u belief is fundamental. Brotherhood-Live It! That injunction finds us Defined as a willingness to give claim for ourselves „t and perpetuc' ,-iction controls the not safe. So long as _any where we Face Facts T^EORGTJ TAL1AN0FF da Regional M*"> Anti-Deiamatum League ** should Jbe jus* abbis, ^ UI Sabbath, re%  -•. I Brotnernooa—wi e n< — %  ~r'— rn ., rc .w es our commudwell. It reaches into our schools, our^churche^o ^^ ioco,,,,d r:c:he:hocd abroad .^e F^ ....£ What we do in our own country speaks more louaiy world than cr.y-.hir-.c that we can say. It' That i*. spread brotherhood. It pre ; udice ignorance are divisive, family, drive and hold its members ape: for brotherhood in every community in pletely filled %  mmunity feels to%  cad les in both the sectarian and mmui Ity. However, this w. "^ %  ndof ently hos-. • veterans up a reuin our community • I con met. ;a!cd the fact ;ed stay at lid not have tne • si any of ; rabbis. He state,: ,. e received such a He said • i. that a veteran of : three • • ital and in nee of J rabbi, a Catholic We must educate priest was a I in to admii ister the land. We must last mo•Hitions within wh:Vh brotherhood is possible. The mi • • .ust"seek each other out*and put their] I ki friends of brotherhood' !" m"J C ? 0 c:0 he:hood h F or the >*edly -^•.^C;Vwon. There is no to th whicl heads together. fight fol "brethrrhced is never completely won. surcease to this vrt Strategy and tactics musi be adapted tc All of us—tocether. It ........ .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. fJkMcilij. Qotvfidentiat (Copyright, 1MS. S*v*n ArU F*atur* Syndicate) BT PHINEAS J. BIRON Pl-.J THE WHOLE STORY In the shuffle on our editor's desk, the most impo rtant last week's lead item was somehow omitted ... The item *&[?* surprise and ind.gnation of Toronto's Jewish community JL* privately owned skating rink, "The Icelandia." refused arW* to a voung Jewish girl because she was Jewish ^"J omitted is the fact that the Toronto Jewish community -.J have been surprised Some months previous a Negro boy barred from the very same rink, and the Jewish defense agj* remained silent ... We cannot believe that this was censorihjp We know that our editor is fully aware that anti-Semitic 'Z Jim Crow are two sides of the same fascist coin cond:::c-s .-.s we find and face them The National Conference of Christians and Jews has had eighteen veers of experience in developing en the American ss'educational program for brotherhood. Vast sums of scene .... r--?-monev and untold e::;:r have bee:-, expended in literature, school, college and radio programs workshops, seminars and youth conferences cress material and similar endeavor. and m c: rr NATIONAL JWB NAMES THREE MIAMIANS Th:M More money been app inted to i hip on NEGRO YOUTH CENTER Need ::: additional funds to rcrr.r'.ete the Necro Youth ~ : : Beach, to the nter was pointed out this week with the establishment of a ."' > I Mrs ; Ce We must continue to enroll supporters in an America-. • %  ; ... center diviBrotherhood dedicated to the extension of Freedom, Justice and Responsibility as the foundation stones of a peaceful world, R Williams Apte of the Everides hotel has been named to I the over-all Jewish center division -elf and t the Milton com, ".'•' r Beach, to thi financial advisory committee cf white reor.e to css:st tne Nearo Service council. — ,..,,.,,, ... As 1 :ation 01 Construction of the center is at a standstill ana will be until 005 Jewish ty center* another S40.000 is raised Already more than S18.000 has been an d YM-YWHA -. • • U spec; tc provide fox Miami s Negro rcrruirruon a teen-age recrestar, s an I C ation and cultural center. services to aid in The center is vitally needed by a rceor.e who have only their schcc.s and churches for organized youth activities. Here is an opportunity for the Jewish community oi Greater Miami to make realistic the principles of the Brotherhood Week we are now entering, We are fortunate enough tc be able to send funds oversees to aid in the rehabilitation c; Jewish refugees. We are privileged to have the additional resources to provide synagogues, medical institutions and :?rreat;on centers :cr our own fait] and to participate in non-sectarian community ca-.paians. Now it is incumbent upon us to see that the Negro Youth Center is completed. This is a test for us. %  T e f tment, ... cenon prr• nn guidnce and trainii %  the I "• %  • girl ar.d %  I women and tegrate thes tivitii enter and • '• %  • %  I entei %  %  citizen cr alien. Attorney General J. ToWatson said the 1945 r] law providing for crettinq birth :ertifical es hv n^nVZ-i toaircerscns^i^:^---;^:.;-^^:^^^^.^ 6 ? s ec opportunity for ourselves. community proaress •v is a equal question :: Moreover, there to be answered. So long as one segment of the community lacks the means with which to live in dece-cv no segment of the community can be satisfied. PERSONALIA One of New York's top law firms. "House. Grossman. Vorha B i| Hemley." has added Naomi Ransom as a member of the firm Naomi is one of America's legal topnotchers, and a sister of RjjJ Marius Ransom Mischa Elman was the soloist at a rtcj Havana concert sponsored by the Cuban Federation of Labor,, Ex-Governor Lehman seen at the "Years Ago" benefit f or J Downtown Community school in New York Leonard Bernstql under the influence of Orson Welles He'll conduct, write ^1 score and act in Mary Pickford's film, "The Beckoning Fair 0^1 Barney Ross in Los Angeles, living with Monte Proser ofNnl York's Copa Cabana Proser's west for the picture on his 1 spot. Barney is a victim of the housing shortage MikeTaJ and Joan Blondell a rumor Fritz Leiber. veteran ShakespearJ actor, will be seen in a Hollywood whodunit soon Glad to M that Dinah Shore's run in with a tractor at her California rail didn't hurt Please don't take chances with that beiutfll %  Beautiful SISTER ACT Two Jewish sisters. Rebecca Klang and Zita Klang Handel wife of psychiatrist Dr. Sydney Handelman. have just compleM| I w 1 novels. "God Send Sunday" and "Peter Our Spouse" %  G od Send Sunday" is a serious psychiatric novel about the mail rehabilitation of a New York girl, and "Peter Our Spouse" psychiatric novel about the trials and tribulations of a psychiatrsl with in-law troubles and how his home was almost turned nki| violent ward in a state hospital New York's best agents %  iting for the rights Twentieth Century is considering "P*l Our Spouse" Rebecca is a well-known" contributor to leads! magazines, including "Red Book." and one of Zita's short store! appears in the first Short-Short Omnibus, an anthology of dat| stories FOR THOSE WHO APPLAUD NIEMOLLER Norbert Wollheim spent a long time in the concentration cas| of Ausschwitz ... He was a youth leader and organizer of ( dren's transports in Naziland, and helped save 7.000 Jewish ch from the Nazis Now he is in this country on a lecture touri speaks for 23.000 Jews living in the British German zone.. Wollheim says "the Germans have not changed They Hitler all but one thing: that he lost the war They feeling of guilt whatsoever" Wollheim states authorita Jews are still living in the same horrible, memory-' camps, while many of the Nazis comfortably live in lu villas ... In the camp Bergen-Belsen 30,000 Jews died AFT liberation Anti-Semitism is still flourishing in Germany 1 the benign smile of British-American occupation ... The. Germany are disillusioned and bitter," continued Wollheim.. They say 'the Nazis extinguished us, the democracies don'tls^ live'." And Pastor Niemoller is rather satisfied that today are oh so sympathetic to the Jews SUGGESTION Max Band, the famous French-Jewish painter, is now in 1 York Before he returns to his Los Angeles home he will I signed up for a big one-man exhibit in the fall Band's! "P : trait of a DP," should be donated to the United Nations a bly hall as a constant reminder of what Fascism means • • TALLAHASSEE.—Ar.y person in Florida may petition the circuit court for an order to establish his birth, whether he is a v providing :cr aettina birth certiiicatM hv n^i "1 '1 In c ,••-.-..-„•" %  ;\"'~r ~? e '-cn applies ther natioi • .• r e.^..,resiamc in -estate. Hoc the legislature intended man a (Usnr.ct.cn .-.e aaaea .-,: would have used the word regional %  • .. turer. ir.ste-e----,—,.._..__ ,. to "dozen nstead o: resident Palestine League Seeks End Of Jewish Agency NEW YORK JTA -7 r Guy ? %  Gillette ras reelect* taa n He rev I st.-~ sr r.s:r-;. J ry :he I afivr twe days :' e >nsidn t :-•>.:..:. r.s an^ proI r imiTM ^:ite An Palestine problem The conference dc hose a I oppressors." I 35 bers to sen at year "^ • I final acts last plei f a resolution urgii n f the J and in the (ormati n : a p govern-rr.: : r Pi:c s ; :ne The Jewish Agency was ,. cpeasement of and ion with the British nation proand % %  • %  : int. Agency Turns Down New British Proposal 'Continued fro Jewish Ass om Pa 8e 1) % %  .rdofDeo. A w • % % %  Jf" Ml. Acting Chief .zarus was also present 3 IRGUNISTS GET DEATH SENTENCE (Continued from Page 1) they would net enter a plea. It is the contention of Irgunists that they are prisoners of war and that British courts have no juris% %  : ver them. Further extensions of British irity" restrictions took effect on Thursday when the "lent of all inhabitants of tne city was limited to certain first victim of the new .• let-up in Jerusalem and ,'' 1 Av.v was Id! Yankelcvitch. %  w as shot by" soldiers while entering the security zone in Tel Israel B,.pr,,em;„:v,, „, „,„ A( u „ as Vankclevitch. who was wounded in the back and arm. n-'d no pass, the sentries said. er^'p vi CgCd terr r^. Nechtzhak Tabelski of Haifa escaped h's week from the Latrun deteTion camp where they had been ^nfined for several months FLORIDA'S ONLY ANOLO-J WEEKLY Publithtd tvery QJ^-B by Th Jwlth Flondii" •''. S.cond Avmu*. Miami Enttr.d M •• 0 <* c I a • '"J 4. 1t30. at th. Po.t Off'ct* Fl.. und.r th* Act of Miff Th Jtwiih Floridiin ha th* J.wlth Unity and W**kly. M*mt>*r of th • S raphic A*ney. Stven W" yndieat*. WoHdw.de NJ National Editorial AHOci.t' can A*oeiation of t" N*w*pap*r*. Florid* PnU •UBSCRIPTION ATt J|| On* Yar *jll Two Y*ar* 'Ml Six Month* FRED K. SHOCm Editor and Pb"" RITA E. GROSSMAN N*wa Editor TeWphoncMMI-Jf'l OFFICE and PLA^ 21 S. W. Second %  **! VOLUME 20 Fridaj'. February I*SHEVAT 34, ^



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BAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 +Awlst>ncrkfiarJ 1947-Behind the Scenes of the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL \ limter MUHI Jnnsn rrdrritnn AipounU Rjurd in drnjulfti* NU % % % % % % %  n iu 1MI % % % % %  in m rm i HLMB nr %  I MEMBERS OF HADASSAH plan their parts in pe at a special gift organizational meeting at the |of Mrs. Monte Selig. 725 W.DiLido dr.. Miami Left to right are Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Mrs. Goodman. Mrs. Celia Seigel and Mrs. Leo ^ %  S IDNEY FLATOW, former UNRRA director in %  ny. addresses more than 200 liquor men and their I at a special fund raising dinner in the Latin p. Flanking him are Aaron Leban and Stuart P. cochairmen of the liquor division, and Herb Icochairman of the over-all trades division. IJOE ARKIN. center, chairman of the building division, briefs fellow-workers on pledge card e. Others shown axe Al Oboler and M. B. 4. A MIXED GROUP gathers at Federation offices for after-hours discussion. Standing are Max Meisel and Joe Arkin. Seated, back row, are Maurice Cromer, Sol Finn and Sam Goldman. Front row, Sam Traurig, Dr. Frank Coret. Herbert Scher and Jack D. Burris. 5. HENRY MONTOR, center, executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, was guest of honor at a dinner in the Shelborne Feb. 6. Others on the dais with him are Sidney Flatow. Abraham Goodman. Shepard Broad and Benjamin Kane. 6. JACK FISHMAN and Joe Scheinberg. cochairmen of the restaurant equipment division, discuss division campaign plans. 7. MORRIS GOLD, standing, speaks to the apartment house owners division al a meeting in Beach headquarters. Left to right are Charles Levin. Ida Greenberg, Jesse Greenberg, Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. Rose Selinsky and Jacob Friedman. 8. HOTEL OWNERS OF MIAMI BEACH, one of the largest trade divisions—their goal is $500,000—gather daily before seeing new prospects. Pictured above, standing, are Al Olian, representing the national office of the United Jewish Appeal; Irving FrankeL cochairman of the division; Joe Gardner and Charles Resnick. ..Sealed are Harry Koretiky. Joe Steinberg, Jacob Seidenbexg, Sam Lachman, cochairman; Nat Hankoff, Fred Jonas, Mannie Golstrich and Jack August.



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II raroA^^^^jl ATL BLAXK Irving Caesar, composer of "Songs of Friendship," will bring his musical message of brotherhood to Greater Miami next week when he appears a t two outdoor rallies. The events— a Washington's day mass meeting at Bayfront park Saturday evening. Feb. 22. and a rally at Flamingo park on Sund a y evening. Feb. 23—will climax the celebration of Brotherhood Week, sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Sam Blank, honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is one of three local men who will be honored for distinguished service in the field of better human relations at the annual Brotherhood Week banquet of the Miami Round Table of NCCJ, 6:30 p.m., Thursday, at the Miami Woman's club. Also to be honored are President Bowman F. Ashe of the University of Miami and John Pennekamp, editor of the Miami Herald. Dr John Ray Ewers, nationally known author and lecturer, will deliver an address on •'Brotherhood—Pattern for Peace.'' Blank is initial gifts chairman of the Mt Sinai hospital drive and was chairman of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee, wartime service organization of local Jewry. Local B'nai B'rith lodges are cosponsnrs of the rallies with the Knights of Columbus. Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Americans Veterans committee and other civic and religious organizations. Representing Sholem lodge are Charles R. Jacobson. George Talianoff and Gilbert Balkin. while Harold Zinn and Jake Felt represent the Beach lodge. The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA CELLIST TO APPEAR AT TWO CONCERTS Gerard Halt's appearame soioist with the Uiuveriity Miami Symphony orchestra, con ducted by Modeste Alloo. will KISly cello solo performance as well as the only performance member of the univers as faculty"during the current seaThe two orchestral cor will bo presented in the Miami Senior High school auditorium on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and Monday at 8:30 p.m. Haft, a conductor as well a cellist, was born in Rotterdam. Holland, and was graduated there from the Conservatory of Music, He played his first concert the Rotterdam Philharmonic orchestra when he was 14 yeai age. Later he taught cello chamber music al the Rotti Conservatory and also foul and played with the Gagliano String quartet and the Netl lands String trio. The soloist will play C( Saint Saens' Violoncello Concerto No. 1 in A minor. Op. 33. The orchestra's numbers will include "In Bohemia." a concert ovi by Henry Hadley; sym] I metamorphosis of then.i Maria von Weber arranged by Paul Hindemith; symphonic poem. "Nocturnal Procession," by Henri Rabaum. and fantasy overture, "Romeo and Juliet," by Peter Tschaikowskv. MargaretNewman'sfashionsfor : ; tSn which Valentine's Daj u "> Mi"! B BTith Women ; ,„,„ afternoon at mi a Mis. Newma. i approxm at< j J ,; w pring and summer line of Ma, „„,,, Newman Oi Binds. Mrs Harry Kaufman is guests an -mr TO ALL Mayor Buys First Tag In Mending Heart Drive Mai 'Pi rinePalmei %  %  -day drive %  moi In charge thi the D Workers 1 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD CARRIB NOVELTY CO. Imported and Domestic Novelties 306 Congress Building PHONE 3-0110 GREETINGS 111 a Bond Transfer Co. TRUCKING LONG DISTANCE MOVING A Specialty 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS CORAL WAY CLEANERS. Inc. 225 Coral Way PHONE 4-1345 TO ALL BEST WISHES THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 DINING ROOM, COUNTER and CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE BEASLEY'S SHELL SERVICE YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED 4394 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4 91G9 DAN CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building BAKER'S STORE EXTENDS GREETINGS A MIAMI INSTITUTION We Invite Your Charge Account 137-43 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-2350 THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES* STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by STYLECRAFT 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE SMITH HAMILTON SHOP Knives of All Kinds Ground—Ground By Seybold lb* I Any Knif. Up to 100 Inchei %  %] PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 232 S. W. Second Avenu p hoM ^1 GREETINGS SIPF'S LEATHER REPAIR SHOP 153 N. E. Second Street p hoM yJ EXPERT REPAIRING SUITCASE COVERS MADE TO ORDER ZIPPERS REPAIRED. AND REPLACED S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Ph on ]^| EXTEND BROTHERHOOD GRF.KTINGS IV 1HFIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue. Miami. Florida Phone Hi BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS K. BURNS & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flaqlcr Street Phone 3-6154 BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD BUCKINGHAM UPHOLSTERING SHOP 7501 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 748 Custom Service — Accurate Workmanship GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED ST02I OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FUHNlTOlf GREETINGS REAL ESTATE APPRAISER AND CONSULTANT W. CARROLL WILSON 824 duPont Building Phonal SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee— And None Better [LITE RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY r e ZAN DER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS Phones 3-8024 — 2-0867 GREETINGS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Sei^l 3030 N. W. 8th Avenue Phow2 3466 N. Miami Avenue A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. 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LY, FEBRUARY 14. 1947 +Jewish ncrldian PAGE SEVEN m Bond Election [duled For April ^day, April 1, is the date set council for freeholders of Beach to vote on bond isitotalling $1,500,000. Eight ed thousand dollars of that nt would be for city imnents recommended by [Manager Claude A. RenTand $750,000 would be for licipal auditorium urged by I citizens. I city improvement program nended by Renshaw, on I only freeholders will vote, led $350,000 for paving, Ho'i for sanitary sewers and DO for water service imaent. 11 be the first city bond In held since April 9, 1946. TO DEDICATE NEW SYNAGOGUE *fr %  JIRTHRATE HIGH IIS (JTA)—Disclosing that amber of children born in nish DP camps in Germany jstna since the end of the ixceedcd the number of who have emigrated, Dr. Schwartz, European diof the Joint Distribution htee, said this week that |on must be made for the ration to Palestine and lere of 250,000 Jews. IS DELICATESSEN ry Shapen, formerly of DeJannounces the opening of |troit Delicatessen at 228 W. st., today. Mr. Shapen the delicatessen business xoit for the past 30 years. fore will carry a complete high quality merchandise. [KIN Uses Scientific Methods Destroy the Thieving Bat n't let rats destroy your property, threaten your pith. Have your building It Controlled by Orkin. ftione 3-4848 or 9-1519 449 W. Flagler St. % %  ll If fis' CONTROL 901 ~ nllll Rabbis and prominent civic leaders will be guest speakers at the dedication ceremony to be held at the new Beth Tfilah synagogue building at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23. Completely air-conditioned, the two-story building seats approximately 700 persons and has classrooms and meeting rooms. Norman Giller was the architect. Girls To Play Softball For Hospital Funds Charlie Bidwill"s famed Chicago Blue Birds. National League girls' professional Softball champions, open a three-game charity series against Miami men's teams Sunday afternoon when they take on the Miami Beach Old Timers at Flamingo Park at 3 o'clock. Blonde Lonnie Stark, hurling ace who won 22 games and lost 12 in helping pitch the Blue Birds to the National loop championship last season, will open on the slab for the girls Sunday, with pretty Kay Rohrer, one of the league's top stars, catching. Fifty three year old "Iron Man" Dave Heyman will start on the slab for the Old Timers, with Irv Wilson, 34, at first base; Danny Sepler, 35, second base; Manager Carl Gardner, 46, shortstop; Jack Rosen, 30, third base; and Jean Lehman, 42, Eddie Sirkin, 30, and Sid Sobclson, 31, ir. the outfield. The clash with the Old Timers is the first of three charity games Bidwill's Blue Birds will play at Flamingo Park, under the auspices of the Miami Beach Kennel Club. On February 23 the girls tackle St. Sophia Catholic School boys' team, and March 2 they cap off the series in a duel with Pan American Airways' Miami City men's champions. Proceeds from all three games will go to the Mercy Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital funds. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 SEASON'S GREETINGS We Have a Supply of HOLIDAY CARDS SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 53 N. E. First Street 1452 Washington Ave. [BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY "JIM and LOU" 1200 N. W. 22nd Street BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. Represented by R. J. WAINWRIGHT 10 American Bank Building Phone 2-0646 A BETTER BROTHERHOOD TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE )TT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO. 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 4 i MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family EXTEND GREETINGS SEASON'S GREETINGS • GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional (Opposite Huntington Bldg.) 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463 in BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRED HANNAH Wholesale Produce i' DADE COUNTY GROWERS MARKET Stall 93 GREETINGS GREEN TREE HOTEL 110 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA LLAS Most Unique lestaurant In lopolitan Miami ATHENA Open Daily from 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. 224 W. Flagler St. CORRECTION Through an error in the printing process, the following names were omitted from the 1946 Honor Roll of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal: Zinnamon, Abraham 250.00 Zion, Sol 100.00 Zipperman, I. D. 5.00 Ziskind. Jacob 1.000.00 Zissen, Lou 200.00 Zissman, David S 10.00 Zivitz, Dr. Nelson 10.00 Zohn. Sophie 3.00 Zolotorofe. Sam 5.00 Zowader. A 5.00 Zucker. Mrs. Tillie 10.00 Zuckerman, Mrs. Anna 5.00 Zuckerman, Irving and Nat 25.00 Zuckerman, Israel 35.00 Zuckerman, Max 20.00 Zuckerman, Nathan 5.00 Zuckerman. Sidney 10.00 Zukernick, Harry 150.00 Zwaifler. Morris 10.00 Zwick. 1 10.00 Zwicker. Jack 150.00 Zwicker. Sidney 10.00 Fishman, Jacob $1,000.00 GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1002 Congress Building Phone 3-5411



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*>*.^/*£**2£ : i>AGE EIGHT New Hebrew Academy Begins Classes Despite the COW W< school bells rang for stud* the new Greater M ami H< Academy which an of Hebrew an education toi J Monday morning at I Be< "Y." Th five-day school is si with a kindergartc chi dren etween the ages and fi' e and or.i a 1A-1B a in I x A:invitation x tence< • I as v Mi; %  %  ; : nstitu %  % %  that A s been added i : con Local Officers Attend Judaism Council Meet .. ., .. % %  %  •• nl S JS0JH.L2M*VL .. ." %  %  %  HOLIDAY GREETINGS ': %  BARNES CAST STONE SHOP v :;; N E a-..-. St : %  president .,, %  • %  %  %  %  that leg] ..% %  Plan Interfaith Tea %  X „ D. Singer. 1822 S. W. i .... will entertam the H committee of Tem| sisterhood at a tea in 1 30 p m. Tuesday. ;: be made for the sec•. : faith tea to be %  • ....Temple AsSinger Tuesday afterv.-s Isaac Levm. J5EiH25H!5iu Young PtopWwJ^N Tempi, B.th ShrZN evening whtn ij!*> sponsor* .duc,^* of the Tempi* T BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS T MERCHANTS EGG CO. Wholesale and Retail EGGS FRESH DAILY 1200 N. W 22nd Si. Ph. 2-2927 Bly's Garage l S.W.iiisJ PHONE 3-9500 TWO-WEEr SPECIAL BRAKES Relined W Plui P, n BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS '• VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-~489 Otice and Plant 1425 20th Stree; MIAMI BEACH EAST COAST FISHERIES, INC. •.VEST FLAGLER STREET-AT THE BRIDGE rv On Youi Table Tomonow Phone 3-5414 ... -.r ^ ....... j. SEASON S GREETINGS T Yeu: Local Ford Dealer NEW LOCATION Munroe-Zeder, Inc. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SALES and SE?A~CZ Authorised Dealer 973 We* Ragle* SreeHUSK AMP MOTOR CO. 242 Ai—:: Cbcle PHONE 4:5:5 CORAL CABLES r.-.rr.e .<:. A NEW r:s:-: MARKET Now Open on the Trail Speejaliriag .:he _^ Res: N orthern Fish CAR? WHTTEF1SH %  PIKE FIOUNDEB I COASTAL SEAFOOD MARKET --'-' S. W. ;•_Street Imitation to\ matm PIEASUK ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-1 ear Guarantee Free Lnspectien GEXXSAL mnODl AJB BOCKXEEFER 5-3444 41t S tree t and Prairie A re., Miami Beach TBULT HOLE*. Pncid^t GREETINGS FROM WITHERS VAN LINE, Inc. LONG DISTANCE FURNITURE MOVERS 1000 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-2667 MIAMI. FLORIDA Y SMITTY'S DAY AND NIGHT GA REPAIRS-ESTDOUBI Phone 2-SJ1J 225 N. W. Fint Ccfl %  I 2% PER ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TV* &f ••• S*.'-si i-d !.• %  iu'i"* Cw-to laaurw U4 .,4M! *tco*H .P H IS XX. hfi •• ; -.. M^ Mil W $11000 W) •• %  ** %  CUM **>• M> 'f ice*-1 • • •;• •-H far TrMr rWt. MMIIM fc*i Md l ft**" •M. AaWWpHatan •*• tucvton. •%  u W w lit tl MM arrant -OK* K>* '"••• ,•Her Mw IM MK M W *• Knt •* ~ ^** •CUMJNT CMVlOiNO RATf CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION m Uic.lt %  •••...• %  •%  •If Heck f *t •'" M r— e i. en %  %  !$. MM"*



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FEBRUARY 14. 1947 +Jmlsl> norktlctr PAGE NINE lAfRS. FRIEDMAN Ition Follows Suttonian Ceremony ^M -ent ceremony at the home bi Irving Lehrman joined I kge Miss Sara Sutton and E. Friedman both of Miach A reception following femony was held at the f the bride's mother, Mrs. on. 1056 Euclid ave. Friedman, a veteran of five if service in the tank de. i, was attended by his I Dr. Burt Friedman, as in. while Mrs. Lester Marfrved her sister as matron I >r bride-elect, a graduate of Beach High school, was y an active member of matic group of The Port%  eatre in Miami. ving a wedding trip to Springs, Mr. and Mrs. an are making their home ta JWV WOMEN FIRST SOCIAL [membership social will be the Miami Beach Jewish leterans Ladies' auxiliary Monday at the home of fen Greene, 5465 La Gorce member has been asked a prospective member, fcvitod are other women of aiding disabled vetad widows and orphans of roes. riginal program will be by Mrs. Willard Bender Freda Shifman, chairentertainment. Welcomguests with Mrs. Greene | Mrs. Sol Jaffe, president, Ann Frutkoff, Mrs. Sol in and Mrs. Oscar Gerrig. I organization has begun \t the Nautilus veterans music room and will it with records, photoIbums and musical enterlt. Hartman-Rosenthal Nuptials Solemnized At Beth Sholom Miss Isabel Hartman of Miami Beach recently became the bride of Seymour Rosenthal of Miami at Temple Beth Sholom where Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartman of 1804 Biarritz dr., Miami Beach, and Mr. Rosenthal's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rosenthal of 1100 N.W. 32 ct. Mrs. Bertha Kierzner was matron of honor for her sister and Miss Miriam Pitsch was maid of honor. Miss May Braidman, Miss Henny Taylor, Miss Jackie Roder and Miss Eileen Cowen were bridesmaids. Rosiland Kierzner was flower girl and Mickie Rosenthal, ringbearer. Albert Rosenthal was best man for his brother. Ushers were Kenneth Braidman, Leonard Wolff, Harold Jacobs and Lou Lenard. Upon their return from their honeymoon in Cuba the newlyweds are making their home at Miami Beach. To Honor Miss Shier First in a series of pie-nuptial events for Miss Edth Shier will be a miscellaneous shower which her future mother-in-law, Mrs. Marie Applebaum, will give this evening at her home, 1715 S.W. 2nd ter. Over 40 guests have been invited. Among those attending will be the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Henry Shier, 1236 S.W. 21st ter. Miss Shier will be married to Bernard Applebaum in June. VanKollem-Blustein Nuptials Two Miamians who spoke their wedding vows at the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Sunday, Jan. 26, are the former Miss Amelia VanKollem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham VanKollem of 965 Biarritz dr., Miami Beach, and Julius Blustein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Blustein of 845 Commerce St., Miami Beach. Attending her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. Sherry Fogel while Mr. Blustein's brother, Philip, served as best man. Following their honeymoon in New Orleans, the newlyweds will make their home in Miami Beach. PLANS JUNE WEDDING A June wedding is being planned by Miss Doris Mahler and Fred Klein, whose engagement is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mahler, 1361 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. The bride-elect will be graduated from Technical High school in June. Mr. Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klein, 811 Meridian ave., is a graduate of Miami Biach High school and a veteran of two years of Army service. War Assets Administration will offer more than 4,000 used vehicles located at six sites to Florida veterans during February, March and April. Rita Hyman Tells Plans For September Wedding Planning a September wedding in New York are Miss Rita Marion Hyman and Leslie T. Bukstel whose engagement is announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, 3000 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Miss Hyman is a senior at the University of Michigan, where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority and the executive committee of the Hillel foundation. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bukstel of Camden, N.J., was graduated from Randolph Macon college, Virginia, and is now attending Columbia university school of optometry. He served for three and one-half years in the Navy and was discharged with the rank of senior grade lieutenant after duty in the South Pacific. lyJ "III" ..Id.. %  mi •II %  II HIM %  Ml|| o llllll HIM Hi m inn Original Hose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT FREE DELIVERY 3i8 nc c h omns Ave. 7 Cou rse Dinners $1.15 Up Di iftU Bh M ===:^=^= PHONE 58-1183 1690 S. W. 81h 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. 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PAGE TEN JOSEPH MALEK PLANS Olli'l % %  '"'"'* CAREER AS ATTORNEY Although Joseph Malek received his diploma from the University of Miami a few weeks ago, I"' is still a student then — and will be until June, 1948. when I e will be awarded a law deg Malek, who majored in history for his A. B. degree, is now in the second year of Al KESSLER V I MALEK Hillel, he has conducted the Passovei Seder foi the organization. Malek att< nd I Miami Sei High years ol colli %  '• %  %  %  university ai tin D stitute of Tei He a presidi I hi (res I nii n vice pres enl class • d assi Detroit Ti tute Son : R %  M Malek, 1561 Michigan u\ M Lii...h, he reci of his Hebrew trainii Yeshivath C • I [i 11 the M last ; law school tin he is a member of the International Relations club. Psycholan. MI Active in Symposium to Concern Current Role of Jews %  ,-,... Jewish in the World L m wm the .ltural l for • n will be %  KATZ X %  M ( uncil ; : %  > I I I v," Assi ts A i %  ... I CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best c.ire for chronic sick. con. v .. i • %  i elderly peop e ^^ %  L.i'-ge Be.,,.'.-.. Qi Memt&A tt* Your Complet* Department Store With Quality Merchandise Waihington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami -CH On B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor • il lh. li on „f A • A | | %  \ the Bureau ol West Flagler Schedules Outstanding Match Race \V eatesl i Vi %  Sir. the 1 I %  %  %  n I futu ; %  at if the • %  • %  •• Pet%  %  • will %  %  CORRECTION %  : : ill a I the J %  %  : • %  %  ap%  %  %  FRIDAY ^uZ1 ; i. [ S rai 1 Goldstein, noted inal ai d religious hade. ... fields of Jewish interest, has been elected national < : airman ol the United ne A p pe a 1, American i ntral agency f< r financ, upbuildii ol Palestine as live homeland for Eu. |ai e I Jews, it was ani today at U.P.A. '. Eternal Light p^H F Brotherh^J Broth,, i r*Wn| 16-23, will be *** F* the broadi., l( ., *" brad's i. ..S'^J. rebruarv Kill, n| S J The Eternal Light, Mt radio „i„ Eram a l under thi *£** Theological J£*Q ca ta Public .51? l '"" of the National J' Company o r M *y program editor! ^W To S P e ak OrOodoTn Abe Schefferman ol I VETERANS PREFERRED AT TRAILERVILLE rans get preference at the new trailer park which ex-GI I., vin is opening between and 13th ave. on N.W. Till!-, • • ins for the park. will be known as "Trailerville Inc.", are being taken now on thOt NOWI, r MIAMI W.rLACltR ••I0''C9.S' i-7777 rLT Trans Caribbean DC4 FOUR ENGINE LUXURY SERVICE NON-STOP New York 5& Hours FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS PHONE 3-3455 TRANS-CARIBBEAN AIRWAYS 307 N. E. First St. Miami, Fla. NON-SCHEDULED OPERATIONS EXCLUSIVELY Licensed for Airworthiness by the Civil Aeronautics Authority j-710 S W 12th AV MIAMI-, m. 3-3431 1 YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE M* Washington Ave. Miami Bwch 6DWAHD T. NEWMAN Futt$r*\ Director EltlNBEftO, Triturr la Mew Yortu 8*. *xd Amjterddm Ave SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA 24 Hours! DAILY. i BEACH Memorial M 1850 Alton b MIAMI BEACH,FLA^ Irving Blasberg, T*| R. W. Wilson. Funeral DM 0FFIC1AL1Y KPKSUT m MAJORITY Of N0NIHERN KWISH FUMERAl NOMCS SMVMC MIAMI BUCH-i MIAMI r fxcfusiVefy Jewkh IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director J Mount Sinai Memorial Part MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED __ MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE A "l"f te c n reBtions: Beth David. Beth JacobJi" Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Em For Further Information Phono 9-2664. 4-5922 9-W PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEH PHONE 9.2664 LVtJiiJ Jll IEWlS H %  "^ *"" % %  *•• "A Friend In Hood" "0. W.FLA^ %  ^MX>^>* |



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I FEBRUARY 14. 1947 *. lewis ti fhridllcin PAGE ELEVEN MBOREE PAVES WAY to HEALTH for CARDIAC CHILDREN S* %  i '*, m*~M %  -~ *aii t id the clock at 4250 W. Flagler st. young vicfceumatic heart disease get the best of care at Sal Children's Cardiac Home, which is not just institution, but a whole city—"Mending Heart %  for them. The magic coach that takes young to Mending Hear* Village is the Home s own Bon. Mrs. Rcse Gallow. superintendent oJ tne !*• Cinderella from iha rallraad •laiton ana introduces her to her nurse. Next step is a thorough physical examination with the electrocardiograph machine coming into use. Studies aren't neglected at the Home where private tutorincr is given by Miss Dorothy Lightman for oatients who cannot go across the street to Kinloch school. Another inch, another pound for a growing, healthier young lady. Outside en* of the cottages constructed from funds raised by on. of the women's chapters. (Left center) Milady beautiful in the bath while the older boy* match wits over a game. And so to bed. The Cardiac Home is maintained entirely from voluntary contributions. Bulk of the funds are raised at the annual Jamboree which this year will take place simultaneously at ihra* Miami Beach night clubs Sunday evening.



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PAGE TWELVE Miss Muriel Horowitz Betrothed To Dentist Engagement of Miss Muni Horowitz to Dr. Harold B. ZeiUin is announced by her parents. Ml and Mrs. William Horowitz. '34 15th st.. Miami Beach. Since her graduation from the Lear school. Miami Beach Miss Horowitz has been a Student at Ann Reno Teachers' institute at Columbia university Dr. Zeitlin. son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Zeitlin, Watertown, N. Y is the University of Illinois college | of dentistry. He was discharged from the Army last May with the rank of major and is now practicing in Watertown where the couple will reside after their marriage in New York June 22. Cantor Kelemer Heads Music Month Committee Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Temple Betli Sholom will ROSLYN H0RNRE1CH Parents Reveal Hornreich Betrothal : nt of R ami committee in charge of Jewish Music Month., according t>' an announcement made this v. Observance asic month Feb. 7 to March 6 will b( : by the Miai Miami Beach Y's ana the Bureau of Jewish Education. Among the tivil is a 1 %  %  •:i 3( v ish music. Other community events will be anno h irtly as chairman of the Greater^Mi;; ;, an d Bernard Bi b> ht: pan nts M Mrs Paul Hornreich of i 30 • ii ave.. M Beach. N i date hi been set foi the ing. Mr Berkow % %  Mr. and Mrs Mau I Bi N.W. 3rd : S] tsw eai National Leader Speaks For Beach Mizrachi \. • bership :' : the Mizi a< hi W organization, Mrs. Bi I!:kline, Mass will speaker at a meeting of the MiBeach Women's c ; a] ti I Miami Bea h Jewish G rat. • n on : 11 ting at Beth Beach Aged Home Group Slates Monthly Meeting Mi nthl; %  %  %  %  ... the M '. iry to the E will address the Mr: Karger, cultural %  %  Entertainment ments will follow the which is open to the public. Mendelson Engagement Announced At Party Tin %  ment of Miss Helen Marjorie Mendelson to HaroldIB Srtverbera of Norwicl I %  • was announced recent!, by he, mother Mrs Martha Mendelson rfSklyn, N.Y.. a. a sur, Pa Mfss Mendel i Jj "''' J College I New York and has "'"" tron New York unversity. Sh s now handbag and ewelrj for the Morris Brot and Goodman's Lincoln Rad. Mr Silvi : and Mrs A W S 'No f was an infantry man in \v n-ld Wai II and has a B.S i the i I*of Pennsylvania, Dr. Goodman Gets Post In Red Cross Drive Dr Morris G of Goodmai Ln : vice president of M %  %  P 1 • %  • %  s. will be < I f the M %  '' %  ness the fort Red to H H Hymai Rowland D. Saundi vice president of B : William 1) Full.. nag< f the (net of I P L ght, will head simit .-• C : • will st M JEFFERSON IS TOPIC : ffersoi will bi thi to| Prol Ralph F Whelat 124 lit!: St Mip.l Bai th will be gui t speaki W< dnesday %  FRIDAY, FEBRUABY, HAROLD RAND. M.D. Announces the Removal of His Offices to 515 Venetian Way Bldg. (S15 N. E. 15th Street) MIAMI. FLORIDA Coeds Elect Oiiicers : • %  e Paul G : • %  in, vici ; %  i. treasu | eld thi ngs ol %  nth t thi Adult Dance Class Starts The : last night undei M Mi ryon McK the Y p tion will tiot and w I! rti T\3GUST BROS RyT: *_ I* the BEST? *" ^n Aluminum Wall Tile Will5* au Y /Your Bathroom Water-proof Kitchen Insect-proof \ shower Compartmen! Inst .al any smooth 1 % % %  less i lay tile I peel Per: fire-re' nc F.H.A. APPROVED NO DOWN PAYMENT 136 Months to Pay! I : I f, FLORIDA STATE METAL TILE CO. 2156 N.W. 27th Ave. FOR FREE ESTIMATES %  09 CALL 3-4552 Especially Desirable For This Climate You may have th( !" fc ol course, but m iin ^prefer lhe Aluminum Thej are long-iasting and do n ot cost y more. s P au r n,,,,n -,-„/:: rders Write /„ r P Se," PROMPT DELIVERY MISS '/.VCKERMAN Two Beach Resident* Reveal Engagement Miss Florence Zuckerman's cngagement '" Arnold Rubin is bennounced by her mother, Mrs Anne Zuckorman, 1614 Drexel ave. A University of Miami graduate. Miss Zuckerman was a charts member (if Sigma Delta scholastic honorary, During her junior year she attended the University of Havana as a Pan American exchange student. Prior tn his four years nf servter member of Sigma Delta Pi, ice in the Navy, the prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin, 419 W. 45th st., practiced law in Miami. He reL'niversity of Florida and was a ceived his law degree from the ier "f Pi Lambda Phi frati : nity, Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of Gulfstream Pork end One Mile South of Hollywood Oe Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Race* MHl on He Minors' 25c TRANSPORTATION ^0 Adam, L .e from 2)1 N E *' *'• ''0* 30 F, Loud*•— I'M .J | 01 0l< „ u*Q*rr .Mtr.oU HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB *"*J Eyes Examined, C o'p!et t0 p„ cal% J n DR C I SLAJ) E 127N -E-F> tA J Phont 9-4973 f 0 AB JOHN D. LAirn^l Contractor tnd Biiiy, "Cement Work A Speo^l • 1469 N. W. 50th St* | Phone 78-515! 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)AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 •gaawi +Jewistifk)rldliati PAGE THIRTEEN CAN YOU STOP ON A DIME? V J Mr. PedestrianWALK SAFELY LIVE LONGER CROSS AT CROSSINGS WAIT-CROSS WITH LIGHT • DON'T STIR OUT FROM % %  HIND RARKID CARS • ON HIGHWAYS ALWAYS WALK FACING TRAFFIC Prepared by Hie Associated Dailies of Florida, tho Florida Press Association, nd Hi* National Conservation Bureau, u a public service. JRGE'S AUTO PAINTS & SUPPLIES I. E. Second Avenue Miami NEWTON'S TOP SHOP [W. Flagler Street Miami RAY & BILL'S SERVICE AUTO REPAIRING I W. 62nd Street Phone 7-9320 RAY DOBELBOWER ROLLINS GARAGE I W. Filth Street Mian" Most cars today are old and war-weary. Their average age is eight years. They need more attention — more repairs — and more adjustments for safe driving. Can you be sure your car will stop at a dangerous intersection, or remain in control down a steep hill? Are your brakes efficiently adjusted for quick emergency stops? Don't wait for a crash to find out. Make periodic examinations of your safety equipment. Check brakes, steering gear, wheel alignment and lights. You are at the mercy of a ton of fast moving metal. At 40 miles per hour it requires 128 feet for a safe normal stop from the time your brain tells your foot to step on the brake. Remember—it's your car and maybe your life, or the lives of others at stake. Before you START be sure you can STOP—even on a dime. Longacre's Sunoco Service Station 1100 Fifth Street Miami Beach PALLOT TIRE CO. 2246 N. E. Second Avenue Miami SEMINOLE GARAGE 490 Hialeah Drive HIALEAH P. O. Box 633 CHRISTOPHER MOTORS 1200 N. E. Second Avenue Miami BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Miami RIGGLE'S GARAGE 367 N. E. 79th Street Miami THE ORIGINAL MANNING'S 829 Biscayne Boulevard Miami COURTESY BAGGAGE & TRANSFER 1032 Fifth Street Miami Beach H. G. ROGERS AUTO SUPPLIES 2215 N. W. 36th Street Miami



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:h PAGE F OURTEEN Gables Men To Give Burlesque On Fashions TINVEILINGS "cn7M^ er ****** e i NVEILIN Aid to Ri g hts CauncU • %  ., ati B S A "Gableite Fashion Show, men's idea on latest styles highlight the Valentim n %  • %  '. %  %  Lewis %  at -' | ii M x Mrs. Hen • ing : i -< vati ns for I :i will have Mi master of cen j'can Brombi %  tioi '!' %  e buffel e cat ered by will I : %  Ci i -' A u %  %  the .' • %  C Gi • %  of l gamzation l 2. at i Dr L % %  : laid G ng a ] %  tivi Thi II %  %  %  • %  • • • %  '••'.. %  I but 1 Miss Frankel Presides At Regional Session "-'. %  M Beach. ; I Jit. N %  %  %  %  1 IIH nt com| %  %  mil : RED CROSS SABBATH SET FOR FEB. 22 s n_ | as Red Sabbath, ii %  ...... • A peratii '' '.' %  %  %  :. At • i : • Sal \V lest an I I 1 HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT I7„ 5 57! : Reservationi Wylly's Tours — Phone — 514 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS _____ M*'* ^Pf}. ^JGUST BROS R V ; 13 the flf St "• NEW LOCATION SAM'S BARBER SHOP 4 CHAIRS 4 FIRST CLASS BARBERS NO WAITING PHONE 3-9593 446 WEST FLAGLER 'Just across the Street irom Old Shop) ft. &1 1 { COLOXIM ixx : %  s •-$ A GREAT STAR JOE E. LEWIS Austin Mack at the P in addition to iano SENOR WENCES and the ELABORATE COLONIAL INN PRODUCTION Spectacular Acts — Two Bands 28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS Make Your Reservations Early NO INCREASE IN PRICES Presentations 9 an d 12:30 Wfi NO MINIMUM AT COLONIAL LOUNGE SUPPLR ,,,.,, HIGH*" HO 1 1 lUMMI in*v"0HS V ViunioMt • nutwwoot toi sauft 24-Y1AR HEBREV'.ENGUSH CALENDAR IN NEW EDITION! The famous calendar hat Just como from it. 10th repnnhng. The demand from the Jewish public continue*. The calendar it .till free to our reader.. I' thvto.STi' The i4~year Hebrnr-En/IUh Cml,„Aar ...oil Hrbrnr Jain. 1925 to 1949. All Jetrhh holiday lo 1964. For your free copy, just addren • postr-trd or a letter to: H. J HEINZ CO Dept Pittsburgh. Pa Life Insurance Estate. Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 407 Bucayne Bldg. Ph. 9 1414 or 4-9M1 I WANT MY MIU Eitab. 1924 Aad B. Ban it, FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mm "Milk Product Dacro Prottt.ed TEL. 2-26211 Greater Miami Delhtjj Vtttt Our Finn n End ot Bird Rd & Snjpp,,c^ STEAM HEATED GRANDSTAND



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^A Y, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 J5 CENT HAVE IE STUDY SHOWS least four-fifths of the %  can population have feel|of hostility toward some Bty group, Mrs. Louis fer, president of the Miami T Women's division of |can Jewish Congress, reto a study group of AJC leek. on prejudice were rein a scientific study reby Dr. Stuart W. Cook, \>r of AJC's commission on unity interrelations, Mrs. ftr said. fed on the life experiences college students in elejry psychology courses at louth, Harvard and Rad|the study was made by L. Allport, professor ol blogy at Harvard univerfnd Bernard M. Kramer, a rd graduate student, ity per cent of the stuItested admitted some form ljudice against some minorK>;.;.. the study showed. Hi), there is reason to sup Phat college students, espe|those studying psychology, sposed to give less prejuJ responses than more unkd groups, still there is no for believing their life ences, with which this [deals, to be any sufficient ypical," Cook explained, king from all over the jy, the students are a fair liection of the nation's colouth, he said. hen students proved to be fejudiced than men with 67 nt less prejudiced students pdcliff, exclusively female a.s compared with 61 per ess prejudiced students at ^•d and 34 per cent at Dartboth exclusively male Bntal influence has a direct fjship to prejudice, the %  revealed. The least preju|a;AIM; I iiiM ir AL W OP MIAMI 4 | NORTHIAIT FIRST AYINUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familial with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000 Joseph M. Llpton. President



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jeistncridto*_ FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y |i GIRL SCOUT TROOP IN "PIN" CEREMONY Thirty girls received their scout pins during the official Investiture of the Miami Y's Girl Scout troop three at Beth David synagogue last Sunday. The ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Hyirian Moser, scout troop leader. Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president of the Miami Service league, opened the meeting and Miss Wanda Holt of the Dade county Girl Scout office, gave the offcial oath to the scouts. Girls who received their scout pins are: Sybil Ruth Barnett. Patricia S. Cromer. Joan Diamond. Phyllis Doshay. Paula Ann Edelstein. Sandra Rose Frogel. Grace Goldberg. Harriett Harris. Maxine H. Hart. Carol Faith Honig. Sonya M. Hurwitz. Linda Ellen Kaplan, Beverly M. Katims. Barbara Lazarus. Janet Fare LazarOrlin. Elizabeth Pett. Eleanor Sachs. Fiona Lee Sherman. Sanus. June Gladys Moser. Joan Lois dra J. Shier. Adele Siegel. Zelda J. Silbert Henrietta Silverman. Paula Sloan. Lee Stein. Corinne Betty Traeger. Roberta Werner. Carol Sheila Weisman and Suzanne Yaphe. The troop is a part of the Y's activity and was organized by the Miami Service league. Besides Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Moser, others taking part in the investiture service were Mrs. B. A. Sterling. Mrs. Barney Yaphe. Mrs Edward Stein and Mrs Steinberg CON OBE OAT,CH MBE TS BT 4|f c 3 r LrrS,-"' M "sr:^^" s %  r. **** s Rabb: Mescheloff will preach m L 3:3 0 Boy Cani Donald Matlin. p.m. and the Sal ... Bar Mitzva Son of Mr. and Mrs A .. the ,,„>. InterSatui %  followed by mediate services 8 enner and a Kiddush served t both .. s Fr eedman in aSisterh : Sudos. H charMia at 5:15 p v a 630 MeY BETH TFILAH. 935 EudW.^ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph a isSha bosM followed by Da, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave.. Miami. Rabb, Murray Graue: cam • V\l a.m. The rabb. v. %  .. u ,Vf V with hofwan .-.r 1 8:30 a.m. Sua th Mrs 1 ess Dailj ervices, and 8 a m and 5:40 p i PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING-FUMIGATING-MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. nno rnnil WAY DU___ .. 3003 CORAL WAY DON'T TOLERATE—EXTERMINATE Phone 4fll ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE I\Sl RWCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO, 41 N. L FIRST AVENUE TEL J-oMl Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States Y Nursery Complimented The Miami Y nursery received a high compliment recently from the Miami Herald. Paula Clark, one of its staff writers, wrote a feature article concerning the child nursery program in Miami. After listing several nurseries by name, the article conclude as follows: "A little more expensive than the others, but offering a modern and superior program is .1 nurserv at the YMHA. 1567 S. W. Fifth st." CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. RabbiMax Shapiro. Rev. Maunce Mamches. R Can: '''"'i thVoffio the Sis! ticipate 11. : o -Sis:, M r of the Sist. hood tion in tl num. In honor of Sisi S '' the 1 ffenng. Sabbai ["his is the f foui %  : |U< Sabbai Passovi Ka >wn as the S bath ,,f •> • the tin* when the children ol •oin to the sanctu TK rabbj :: • • lay. student n, sponsored by the gi St( ol Mrs, Louis J. Hartz, will ; Bar lub, sponsored by the P.T.A., 8:45 Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Moses Schupler has opened his the piano. Mrs Samuel Manila law offices Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schupler. he is a graduate df the University of Florida. 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Friday evening service. 8:15 | Rabbi L n K ni h will speak on "The Patriots." fifth in a series : x sermons discussing the contribution that Judaism n make in the building of a free world in fact and in s| n will deal with Lincoln of Harding countj '•'•' n of Mount Vernon, Zivia of Warsaw, Trumpeld of Eretz Yisroel. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m Joseph Standel :. : Mi and Mrs. Harold Standel. will Mitzva. Mrs David de Sola Pool, former president of Hadas.sah. spoke at the Palm Beach hotel Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dan Goodmark and Mrs Julius were hosteses at the social hour following Friday evening services in Temple Beth Fl recent!) Nathan Schocoff, assistant Cantor, officiated in the absence of Jack Kaner who was suffering lai yngitis. spoke on child service and vocational education groups in Pales-1 tine. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. lay evenini 15 1 n Di Kaplan will conduct the services and preach the Modern Laws About Strangers." Robert The:: : .; M rs David Bass, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Mi and at the reception in Kaplan hall fol morning services. 11 a.m. Max Rubin. New York attorney, was principal speaker at a recent meeting of the local Hah chapter Mrs David Newman presented the program. An original skit was enacted by Mrs. David Schwartz and Mrs. Larry Burns with Mrs. Irving Kapner at Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Harberg are announcing the engipment of their daughter, Miss Loll Virginia Horberg, Ft. Lauderdik to George Greenberg, 285 Bar* lona rd., of this city. Their d-| ding has been set for April 6. A native of Lake Worth. It I Greenberg is the son of Mr. nil Mrs. Max Greenberg. A gradual of the University of Florida L| school, he served as an offksl with the quartermaster carpi during the war The couple ii| reside here. Cy Argintar and Dave Kattnl serving on a committee to n*l the countys quota of a nation! drive for funds to aid war-de| tated Greece. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 34924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK ... No Job Too Largs or Toa Smalt Estimates Chearfully Qlvon S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. MILK-CREAM-ICE CREAM TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening sen I 8 p.m. Rabl will conduit the /ices and preach on the ibjeci v Calling." The sermon will deal with brethren ol Europe in the I f a report and anah • ent nisi nal initial gift conl f the Uniti Appeal held at the Hollywood Beach hotel. At this nfi mdei the leadership of Edmund I. Kaufmann a new natioi v j ng was set. The public is invited to attend. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. 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*IDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 +Jmish tkridHan PAGE SEVENTEEN )r. Andron To Speak At Hadassah INF Event Observing Jewish National Fund month the Miami Group of HaEassah will hold a special JNF program at Kaplan hall of Ternpie Israel at 8 b.m. Monday. Dr. David S. Vndron, membership chairnan of the Miami Beach Zionist district, n-ill be the guest speaker. The Greater liami Jewish oik chorus and ANDRON irs Irving Genet, concert piant will be featured on the mull program. Mrs. Harold Cohen, tNF chairman, will have charge ,f the program. The event will be a joint meeting of the senior group and the ,ewly organized Business and 'rofessional Women's division of iami. Husbands of members as well is out-of-town guests are invited o the meeting at which no sohciation of funds will be made. The BPW division has voted to eet the first and third Thursay evenings of each month. Iharter for the organization is to ,e obtained in the near future. MJOC Sisterhood Sets Early Purim Event Purim will be celebrated early this year by the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation which is planning its annual holiday ball for Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, t the Policemen's Benevolent Association hall. Mrs. Emanuel Karger and Mrs. Fred Ochs, overall chairmen of the affair, have appointed Mrs. George Solinger and Mrs. A. Sands chairmen of refreshments; Mrs. Bernard Simon, fund raising project; Mrs. Max Kupferstein, arrangements; Mrs. M. Rappaport and Mrs. M. Mintzer, tickets. A. Pepper is chairman of the entertainment committee. Music for the affair will be provided by Al Kneubler's orchestra. The holiday of Purim will be observed on March 6 this year. BLACK BOOK RALLY TO AIR NAZI CRIMES The Nazi crime against the Jewish people will be the subject of a mass meeting to be held by the Jewish People's Fraternal Order lodge 192 at 8 p.m., Sunday, in the Central Beach Elementary school, 1420 Washington ave. Principal speaker will be S. Almazov of New York, national •DR TRIBUTE SLATED JY ROSE CHAPTER A tribute to Franklin Delano toosevelt will be the theme of a Brotherhood Week program to be resented at an open meeting of ? Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith vomen, 8 p.m. Monday at the 3each Y. Robert Lynn will conduct the program which will include records by Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Roosevelt, Canada Lee and others. The public is invited to attend. SHOLEM LODGE AIDS NEGRO CENTER DRIVE In cooperation with the Negro Service council building campaign, Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, is sponsoring sale of tickets for a benefit performance of "The Mikado," to be held Tuesday, Feb. 25, at the Ada Merritt Junior High school. Proceeds from the affair will be applied towards the completion of the Negro Youth Center, now under construction at Dixie park, N. W. 13th st. and Third ave. Tickets are available at the Sholem lodge office, 330 Seybold bldg. University of Miami Law School Alumnae association will hold a regular business meeting 12:15 p.m.. Tuesday, at the Downtown Club restaurant, Seybold bldg. Victor Levine, president, will chair the session. Gala Dinner Planned For Temple Anniversary Fifth anniversary of Temple Beth Sholom will be celebrated with a dinner at the Copa Cabana Monday evening, March 10. Mickey Rooney and Al Jolson are expected to be among the entertainers. The dinner is open to members and their guests at $50 per plate, the proceeds to be devoted to the work of th Temple. Southern Democracy Is Subject Of Forum "Democracy in the South" will be the theme of a forum to be sponsored by Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, March 11 at the Elks hall, Miami. Principal speakers will be Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of Tampa university; the Rev. Joseph Barth, pastor of the Unitarian church of Miami, and Dr. Gildas Metour of the University of Miami sociology department. John Kronenfeld, chairman of the lodge's committee on public affairs, will conduct the forum. Hopping Hearts Dance Set For Tomorrow The "Hopping Hearts Dance," B'nai B'rith Girls' Valentine affair, will be held Saturday night at Kaplan hall of Temple Israel. Sponsoring this event, their sole fund-raising affair for the year, are the six youth groups of B'nai B'rith; DBG, BZB, Jems, ALS, Winx, and BBG. Each organization, under its respective chairman, contributed its collective talents to a phase of the preparations. Proceeds of the affair will be used to assist local senior lodges in community and overseas services. Tickets for the dance are $1.60 "stag or drag" and reservations may be made through Miss Donna Feldman, 57 S. E. Seventh st. Mrs. Carl Weinkle is overall chairman of the dance. %  When There's A Job To Be Done CALL A-l" Al EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 612 N. E. 2nd Avenue White and Colored Help Phones 2-5163 — 9-6727 S. ALMAZOV director of the Jewish Black Book committee. Also scheduled to address the gathering are Rabbis Max Shapiro, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and the Rev. Joseph Barth. Discussions at the meeting will be based upon the "Black Book" of Nazi atrocities against the Jewish people. The book was published by the World Jewish Congress, Jewish Anti-Fascist committee of Moscow, the National council of Palestine and the American Council of Jewish Writers and Scientists. Admission to the rally will be 50 cents. hmeihing 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 promineni 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. 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UDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1947 *Jenisti Fk>ridfian PAGE NINETEEN Tri Beta Girls Elect )fficers. Aid Orphans Newly elected o'ficers of Tri jjeta council were installed at the last meeting by the retiring president, Harriet Rand. They are: Dorothy Golden, president\udrey Silvern, vice president, janct Quartin, treasurer; Dana Potampkin, recording Secretary; Margot Ritwe. sergIcant-at-arms; Lois Syman, audiE„r; Estelle Greenberg, chaplain. The meeting was held at the fciome of Barbara Weiner, 3020 S. W. Fourth ave. The council is donating $50 to Ux fund established by the rican Committee for Relation of European War nh'ns. %  IPLAN MENJ FOR BALL Menu for its Purim ball was submitted to the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation at a meeting held Wednesday eveing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jen Stone, 724 S. W. 26th rd. Members of the refreshment committee for the March 2 affair are Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff, chairman, and the Mesdames Herman Sklansky, David Kleber, in Stone, George Stone, Herihey Glantz, Sam Blank, Joseph ISrhwadron, Ben Davis and Joseph lutansky. |jCRS Plans Card Party Members of the Greater Miami chapter, Jewish Consumptives Rein f society, will attend a card party at the Beach Cabana club, 4323 Collins ave., at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Mary Mark Harris, president of the national JCRS council, and Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Barman were guests of honor at |he organization's donor luncheon y.'ilnesdaj afternoon at the •aehcombcr. Mrs. William Levine was chairrnan of the luncheon. >ASTOR TO SPEAK AT Y Dr. J. H. Daniels, pastor of the irst Methodist church, will speak it the Beach Y at 8 p.m. Wednesday in observance of National idtherhood Week. Also on the program will be George Bertman nd Harold Turk, members of the Rational Conference of Chris;ians and Jews. JROSSMAN HONORED Murray Grossman has boon lected to membership in the American Institute of Accountits, national professional society kf certified public accountants. Recording to an announcement bade at the New York headpiartera this week. Associated with the firm of lumin and Roberts, 420 Lincoln Grossman is a member of the Tlorida Institute of Accountants. We Wish to Extend BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Many Friends GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street DUMA'S NURSERY 3801 N. W. 36th St. 8-1797 Citrus and Tropical FRUIT TREES Ornamental Shade Tree* and Shrubbery Professor Quiz To Stage 'Battle Of Wits' At 'Y' Miami Vaad Endorses Second Restaurant Supervision of the Paramount restaurant, 411 Washington ave., by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus was announced this week by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, executive director of the Vaad. "This is the second dining room whose management realizes that by having no endorsement they are indirectly making even questionable restaurants kosher," Rabbi Rackovsky said. The Vaad is ready to supervise and endorse kashrus of hotel and restaurants after proper investigation, he stated. PROFESSOR QUIZ Professor Quiz will stage his lamous "battle of wits" at the Beach Y's outdoor youth rally, 8 p.m., Tuesday. This will be one of a series of volunteer performances Prof. Quiz will give at hospitals, schools and clubs here. At 4 p.m., Tuesday, he will do a show for patients at the National Children's Cardiac Home. The regular Thursday broadcast of the Professor Quiz program will originate from Miami auditorium at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 20. Tickets may be obtained by writing to Radio Station WQAM. HOLD ONEG SHABAT Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mintzcs, 815 Fourth St., Miami Beach, were hosts at an Oneg Shabbat for members and friends of the Pioneer Women's organization club two last Friday night. Importance of the Shabbat was explained by Dr. Isaac Unterman. Guests included Abraham Hamlen of Boston, Mrs. Bessie Weissman of Chicago and Mrs. Miriam Brodinsky of Wilmington, Del. Refreshments and singing of zmiros followed the program. 11-Year-Old Cantor To Sing At Synagogue The "wonder boy cantor," Isrolikel, will appear this Sabbath at Congregation Beth Jacob and will present a concert at 8 p.m. Sunday evening. Eleven years old. Cantor Isrolikel has been heard in major cities of the United States and Canada. Tickets for the Sabbath services and the Sunday concert are available at the synagogue office. NEW SPANISH CLASS Another new class got under way at the Beach Y this week. It is a Spanish class for beginners and advanced students to be taught by Miss Arlenc Glass every Tuesday evening starting Feb. 18. Registration may be made at the Y office. GREETINGS THE BEST IN FINE LIQUORS ii! DONOVAN'S TAP ROOM 350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami TO ALL A BETTER BROTHERHOOD ALEXANDER 0. 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PAGE TWENTY Lodge To Broadcast School Debate Finals Finals for the Sholem lodgesponsored high school debate contest are slated for March 1 at xhe Mayfair theatre, according to Jerome Weinkle. chairman. Last phase of the contest will be heard on Station WGBS from 9:30 to 10 30 a.m. that day. Seven local high school! are now holding eliminations to choose teams for the semi-finals which will be held Feb. 24 and 25 at the University of Miai With the debate contest expected to become an annual project of the lodge, the organization is arranging to present a trophy to the winning school each year. Participants will be presented dec. Winners of the contest. concerns presidential succession. will be awarded a trip to Washington. D. C. during spring vacation. Rep Gc Ihera will act as host I the winni rs Assisting Weinkle in arranging the contest is Sidney A• DESERTION BUREAU SEEKS JOSEPHSON Infoi mati n nceming I h t w.-.e:--> %  ..-..: H .-. r r y Lc Josephs is being sought by thi nal Desc::. n n behalf : his % % %  minor Bernard and Josej .. rrently living l their r in the B: : >:. N". Y. They £rJ son has neglected to ser. i I j n I! rt sin ._ June, 1945. Josep •.%  n, vrt : last 1 ved in Miami, was born on Apri I 112, is 5 ft. im 145 : brown eyes. He v %  tache and tatt n bot H -". Inf rmati I him should be sent t the bureau at 67 W. 47th ,i New V rk City. ^ IRVING BEH^N7AD0PTED AS OFFICIAL TUNE OF BROTHERHOOD WEEK :: was announced by icrrr.e: ^--—: :V;" 3rc herhe od Mr. Winan: is genera, cr.airrr.ar. .. £••£•" e Week sponsored for the 144 ££5Eb££ 3* NationaJ Conference during toe *ee.< c: reu r The words of the song follow HELP ME TO HELP MY NEIGHBOR 3-, IRVISG BERLIN Help me to help my neighbor: Help me to understand; Help rr.e to bear the pleading Of en outstretched empty hand: Help me to do to others As I'd have them do to me; Help me to help my neighbor Whatever b:s faith may be: Help me to see c heavy bearBehind a smiling face: Help me to judge cs I'd be judged If I were in his place; The night is dark And the way is long On a road that has no er.d: Help me to help my neighboi Help me to be his friend. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY SEASON' GREETINGS INCORPORATED PLUMBERS 218 N. E. Sixth Street Phone 2-3119 BEST WISHES TO ALL JOSEPH LANGNER, INC. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL Table Tennis Tourney Set F urth annual Gr< iti %  t able •. %  nnis toun 1 held on Feb. 23 under the pices of the U. S. Table Tennis • %  ns red by thi Beach Y at 1 Lincoln rd.. Ran ly ent lirecl :..-. an Entry blanks may be l thi B< V T • •• also tributed to high schools. colleges and ther agencies with leadline for all ent: 6 p m. Friday. Feb. 21. Additional information may be obtained by telephoning the Y. GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring I Ait: ati :. All %  %  3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 n JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York TO DISCUSS BUDGET • %  th< year will at a gi m ting of the congregat: n Monday :r. the aud:: :... -• %  -. ._ _..• Si rid ng the amendmi nt iu< %  •.;'. be held. US PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BILL BATTCDCK Interiors • Exteriors 529 N. E. 62nd Street PHONE 78-1515 SEASON'S GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street NEWS TOWER SEASON'S GREETINGS [GABS and HENRY'S SERVICE STATION 904 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Customers BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS T III T DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies. Cakes and Sweet Rolls Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Mechanic on Duly Pick-Up and Delivery 71ST STREET SERVICE STATION C. A. Ma DONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170— €-3747 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD EMERSON TIRE COMPANY (Not Incorporated) U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS 600 N. E. First Avenue Telephone 3-5308 2644 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9529 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PIPE & SUPPLY CO., L1L 3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade SCHNEIDER DYNAMITE and MACHINERY Company 990 N. W. N. Rirer Driv. Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265 EXCAVATING HAULING Call 3-0306 C. L 0' 1837 S. W. 11TH TERRACE EXPERT BODY and FENDER REPAIRING PAINTING and GLASS WORK 1759 PALM AVENUE—HIALEAH. FLORIDA PHONE 8-1486



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llDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 ingress Establishes Bung People's Group Lg part of an intense organilal program in this area, the herican Jewish Congress is ablishing a youth group for ^Jewisfi fhoridllain PAGE TWENTY-THREE Actor. Soprano To Apptar For Labor Committee jnn men and women. nth several preliminary meetheld within the past two tks, the youth group will conL again at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Khe home of Miss Civie Appel, Royal Palm ave. temporary officers of the group Victor P. Silverman, chairi; Miss Appel, secretary; Jerry Jenberg, treasurer. Commit|heads are Miss Helene Schupn, organization chairman; Al er, by-laws; Miss Natalie dra Frankel, nominations, hey were named at a meeting J ;it the home of Miss SchuC n 414") Royal Palm ave., Sun| evening. Mrs. Louis Glasser, dent of the Beach Women's sion of AJC, and L. Roy nenthal, national director of Hie relations for AJC, adscd the gathering. Mrs. iser stressed the need for |>g people' to train for leaderin Congress' activities, liss Schumann was previously jess to "5 young people at a Itail party designed to initijthe ^Idup. bung men and women beIn the ages of 18 and 30 years Invited to join the group. A ll hour follows each meeting, formation about the organii may be obtained from Miss BEST WISHES TO ALL DOLIVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT HOTEL KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought — Sold and Traded 1119 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887 HERTZ GROSBARD Hertz Grosbard, character actor. and Miss Estclla Glazer, lyric soprano, will present a joint concert at the Miami Beach Senior High school Sunday evening. Sponsored by the Jewish Labor committee, the concert will bene. *E MISS ESTELLA GLAZER fit a fund to aid orphan children of Europe. Acting in the style of Ruth Draper, Mr. Grosbard presents a drama in which he takes all parts. Tickets will be on sale at the door. lists To Inaugurate Radio Series |w series of "Palestine Reweekly radio program bred by the Miami Beach p district, will be inauguthis Sunday evening when [aharn Goodman, national (irer of the Zionist Organiof America, interprets the news from Palestine. bnie of the new series will ke analysis of weekly news Palestine and the Zionist pod Stone, cochairman of relations for the Beach pt district, will continue to as moderator for the prowlnch will feature the bns of well-known authorise Palestine question. programs may be heard Station WKAT at 7:45 p.m. day. Histadrut Campaigner To Address Pioneers Here in the interest of fund raising for Histadrut. Palestine labor federation, Abe Hamlen of Boston, will be guest speaker at a program planned by Pioneer Women's organization, club two. The event, to be held Feb. 22 at the William Penn hotel, will benefit the child rescue and Jewish National Fund program of the club. Arthur Wolfson, composer and folk singer, and Mollie Kaufman, singer, will provide the musical portion of the evening. Mrs. A. M. Dorff, chairman of the rescue fund, and Mrs. Joe Mintzes, JNF chairman, are in charge of arrangements. Ih to Extend the Hand of I Fellowship to My Friendi Flagier St. Phone 2-3718 EASON'S GREETINGS V EL CLUB-BAR |181 CORAL WAY GREETINGS MUCH SHOP N E. 2nd Avenu PHONE 2-9361 Motor Parts Machine Shop SIMPLEX SALES CO. J. V. BOYETT, Owner Phone 2-0291 29 N. E. 29th Street DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes Monday, Wcdne-day, Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. Sixth Floor, Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S., Dir. THE MIAMI BEACH YOUTH CENTER NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT A FRIEND—T. O. D. BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD BERKLEY LTD., INC, WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shop" 836 LINCOLN ROAD SEASON'S GREETINGS E.I. & 1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754 GREETINGS C&IN GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD E FAT & GREASE CO, 27th STREET — HIALEAH PHONE 8-2155 %  ;*•:339 N. E. First Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" LINCOLN ROAD ALLIED BUILDERS, INC. 514 Washington Avenue EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO THEIR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Telephone 5-6791 NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL DUFFEY CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 1452 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-4153 GENERAL CONTRACTOR SOUTHEASTERN -...<. TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th Street 3-0816 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Com&Cn'un^. THE JEWISH UN l"T7
3The j ewishwe
)LUME 20NUMBER 7
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ommittee to Explore
ivil Liberty Problem
WASHINGTON (JTA)The President's Committee on Civil
ghts, meeting in its second session at the White House within a
nth, announced the appointment of three sub-committees to
plore the civil liberties problem, and conferred with representa-
^es of the Department of Justice concerning the department's
livities in the civil rights field.
Charles E. Wilson, chairman of the committee and president of
General Electric company, announced the sub-committees and
eir members as follows:
1. A committee to consider and determine the adequacy of
fasting federal legislation and to recommend proposed new legis-
tion: The Right Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill, Francis P. Matthews,
\. Frank P. Graham, John S. Dickey and Mrs. Sadie T. Alexander.
2. A committee to consider the broader social, economic and
lucational aspects of promoting the cause of civil liberties through-
It the country: Charles Luckman, the Most Rev. Francis J. Haas,
Jmes B. Carey, Channing H. Tobias and Rabbi Roland B. Gittel-
hn.
3. A committee to consider the work of private organizations
lose activities affect civil rights: Morris L. Ernst, Mrs. M. E.
]ly, Boris Shiskin and Franklin D. Roosevelt, jr.
The appointment of Mr. Dickey, president of Dartmouth college,
kd Mr. Roosevelt as vice chairman of the committee and as an
fecutive committee to serve with him, was also announced by Mr.
jilson. Prof. Robert K. Carr, chairman of the government depart-
ent at Dartmouth college, was appointed by the committee as
ecutive secretary.
>C, ORT To Combine
rational Training
JEW YORK (JTA)Unifica
of the vocational training
Dgrams of the Joint Distribu-
committee and the World
IT Union was made known in
Joint announcement by Edward
W. Warburg, chairman of the
it Distribution committee, and
arge Backer, president of the
brld ORT Union and American
|T Federation.
The vocational training pro-
ns of the two agencies, which
in operation in almost all
itries of Europe, with special
|phasis on the requirements of
placed Jews in Germany and
stria, will be maintained by
IT and financed by the JDC
fh funds raised through the
(ted Jewish Appeal campaign.
ler the terms of the agreement
ORT will receive an initial
of $2,000,000 from the JDC
year and refrain from fund
ling activities in the United
Ites during the year 1947.
Vever, the World ORT Union
be able to continue its fund-
ing activities outside the U. S.
|nies Martial Law Plan
[JERUSALEM. (JTA).High
^mmissioner Sir Alan Cun-
ngham thii week informed
Jewish Agency thai the
lestine Government is not
aning to impose martial law
[ present.
The assurance was given to
Idie Meirson, chairman of
political department of the
rih Agency in Jerusalem,
Elieser Kaplan. Agency
t, who were called to
srnment House, the High
imissioner's residence. Sir
told them that the re-
requisitioning of Jewish
Wings and the establish-
it in Jerusalem and other
H of heavily guarded gov-
lent compounds were
security measures, so
the government would be
P**d for every eventual-
ENTRY OF DPS
TO BE SPEEDED
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secre-
tary of State George C. Marshall
has informed Senator Arthur H.
Vandenberg, chairman of the
Foreign Relations committee, that
the State department plans to lay
before Congress this year legis-
lation for the entry of displaced
persons into the United States.
In a letter to Senator Vanden-
berg, Secretary Marshall also
listed department plans for legis-
lation enabling the United States
to participate in the International
Refugee Organization, to continue
an international relief program
after the expiration of UNRRA,
and to provide a share in the
International Children's Fund.
Earlier, Attorney General Tom
Clark told the Senate Civil Ser-
vice committee that he favored a
change in the immigration law
to permit the filling of quotas un-
used because of the prohibition of
war-time travel.
Clark further told the commit-
tee that if the nationality pro-
vision were removed from the im-
migration law, displaced persons
could be taken care of. This
would mean, in essence, that,
minus the nationality clause,
quotas now assigned, say to Ger-
mans, and unfillable because of
insufficient qualifying Germans,
could be applied to Poles or dis-
placed persons of other nationali-
ties whose quotas are oversub-
scribed.
Indiana Outlaws KKK
INDIANAPOLIS (JTA)A bill
outlawing such organizations as
the Ku Klux Klan and the- Co-
lumbians has been unanimously
adopted in the Indiana state sen-
ate. The bill outlaws all or-
ganizations seeking to spread
racial or religious intolerance.
Its passage was supported by a
widely representative group of
citizens of all religions and races.
L
DEFUSE TO TELL
ON EXTREMISTS
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Jew-
ish Agency and the Jewish Na-
tional Council this week rejected
the ultimatum presented to them
last week by the Palestine gov-
ernment.
A few hours before the expira-
tion of the seven-day waiting
period specified in the ultimatum,
the Agency told Chief Secretary
Henry Gurney that any appeal by
it to the Jewish population, ask-
ing them to inform on the ex-
tremists, would only be ineffec-
tive, but would be likely to cause
more harm than good.
"The Agency desires lo point
out the grave responsibility the
government would be assum-
ing by resorting lo reprisals
and collective punishments
against an entire community
for acts committed by a small
minority who are flouting the
authority of that community,"
the reply said.
"The executive is fully alive
lo the dangers threatening the
Jewish people from the growth
of the terrorist movement in
Palestine," it continued. "It
holds, however, that restora-
tion of peace and order is in-
extricably bound up with a
solution of the political prob-
lem of the country.
"It therefore came as a painful
surprise to the executive that at
the very time of discussions be-
tween His Majesty's government
and the Jewish Agency, aiming
at a satisfactory settlement, the
Palestine government s^h o u 1 d
have precipitated this issue by
addressing to the Agency a com-
munication which could but cause
grave concern, and may lead to
further deterioration of the situ-
ation.
"As you are aware, representa-
tives of the Jewish Agency and
the Jewish community have on
numerous occasions condemned
bloodshed and terrorism as a
method of political action. This
condemnation has been expressed
in terms which should have ruled
out any doubt of their sincerity
such as was implied in your let-
ter. In addition to denouncing
terrorism, the Zionist Actions
committee called on the Yishuv
to isolate terrorist groups and
deny them all encouragement,
support and assistance."
The Agency then pointed out
that "however determined to op-
pose terrorism, it cannot 'make
use' of the resources of a govern-
ment which is enforcing a policy
regarded by the community as a
breach of the fundamental law
of the country."
The Jewish National Council
said that it "finds itself unable
to call upon the Yishuv, engaged
as it is in its struggle for its
rights and freedom, to accede to
the government's request."
Agency Turns Down
New British Proposal
LONDON (JTA)Leaders of the Jewish Aqency this week
met with Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and Colonial Secretary
Arthur Creech-Jones and submitted to them the Agency's reac-
tion to the latest British proposal for the solution of the Palestine
problem.
An official communique issued following the meeting did
not reveal the nature of the Jewish comments. However, it is
understood that the Jewish leaders pointed out that the govern-
?ment proposal must be rejected
for the following reasons:
Gruner Appeal Planned
LONDON (JTA)A well-
known firm of British solicitors
has been instructed to file an
appeal with the Privy Council on
behalf of Dov Gruner, condemned
Palestinian Jew, by Max Selig-
man, Palestine attorney now in
London. Seligman received in-
structions from Gruner's lawyers
in Jerusalem.
3IRGUNISTS GET
DEATH SENTENCE
JERUSALEM (JTA)Three
young Jews were sentenced to
death this week and one to life
imprisonment by a British mili-
tary court which convicted them
of illegal possession of arms and
offering resistance to British
troops.
Hayim Gorovelski, 17, received
the life term, apparently because
of his youth, while Dov Rosen-
baum, 24; Eliezer Kashani, 23,
and Mordechai Elkushi, 21, were
condemned to death. After sen-
tence had been pronounced, they
arose and sang Hatikvah.
The four were captured at a
road block between Tel Aviv and
Lydda on Dec. 29, during a coun-
try-wide man hunt for members
of the Irgun Zvai Leumi who
flogged a British officer and sev-
eral non-commissioners. When
they were seized in a taxi that
tried to crash through the road
barrier, they had a sub-machine-
gun, two revolvers, four bombs
and two rawhide whips. A fifth
man in the taxi died as a result
of wounds.
The defendants refused the aid
of counsel and told the court that
(Continued on Page 4)
T
IMATIDNAL SCOPE
ATLANTA, (JTA).The Co-
lumbians, anti-Semitic and anti-
Negro organization with head-
quarters here, has made efforts to
set up branches in many other
states and has contacted other
pro-fascist, nationalist organiza-
tions, it was disclosed by Solici-
tor-General Ernest E. Andrews
on the basis of information un-
covered by the Non-Sectarian
Anti-Nazi League.
League investigators found that
one Raymond C. Vick, who has a
police record dating back to 1931,
had been authorized by Emory
Burke and Homer Loomis, Jr.,
Columbian leaders, to establish a
branch in his home city of India-
napolis. Plans were afoot for
other branches in Wisconsin,
Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Minne-
sota and California. Contact had
been made with nationalist
groups in those states, which of-
fered to cooperate with the Co-
lumbians.
New evidence of Burke's ties
with pro-Nazi forces have also
been obtained by the Anti;Nazi
League. It cited a letter written
by Burke on Feb. 13, 1943, in
which he stated: "If Germany
falls, the entire white race falls,
and the world will be turned over
to the barbarian Asiatic and
filthy Jew."
1. The proposed admission of
100,000 Jews to Palestine is not
satisfactory because it is spread
over a period of two years.
Furthermore, there is no as-
surance of continued Jewish
immigration at the end of the
two-year period.
2. The Jewish Agency re-
gards the British proposal as
ruling out the possibility of the
establishment of a Jewish
state.
3. There is no assurance in
the proposal thai the land and
water resources of Palestine
will be developed on a national
basis.
4. The proposal, in providing
for a five-year period of trus-
teeship, ignores the Jewish
demand for a final solution of
the Palestine problem. The
plan thus means five years of
uncertainty leading to no defi-
nite solution.
A Jewish Agency spokesman,
commenting on the British pro-
posal, said: "Since the publica-
tion of the Morrison plan we have
been awaiting modifications
which would bring it more into
line with our demands. Such
modifications as are in this pro-
posal only take it further from
our demands."
Further talks between the
Agency leaders and members of
the cabinet were not ruled out.
At the same time, Dr. Fadil Ja-
mali, spokesman for the Arab
delegations to the Conference on
Palestine, announced that after
long consideration of the British
proposal, the Arab delegations
rejected it as "unsuitable to form
the basis of discussion."
Representatives of Jewish or-
ganizations met under the chair-
manship of David Ben Gurion to
hear a report of the Agency's in-
formal talks with the representa-
tives of the government. The
meeting was attended by leaders
of the Jewish Agency, Anglo-
(Continued on Page 4)
N. Y. ASKED TO BAR
RESTRICTIVE CLAUSES
NEW YORK. (JTA).A bill
has been introduced into the
New York State Assembly to
outlaw restrictive clauses pro-
hibiting owners of houses to
sell or rent their property to
Negroes, Jews or members of
other minority groups. Among
the supporters of the bill is the
American Jewish Congress.
The state of New York is
more advanced in dealing with
discrimination matters than
any state in the Union. Sen.
Irving M. Ives declared at a
conference of the B'nai B'rith's
Anti-Defamation League here.
Asserting that neither the fed-
eral government nor any other
state has made the same prog-
ress as New York in barring
discrimination in employment,
Ives called for anti-discrimi-
nation legislation by Congress.
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FRIDAY, FgRpgy
PerJonally Speaking
em ADL director, and Dr. El-
wood C. Nance, president of
Tampa university, on plans for
intercultural education classes
at the university this summer.
From Chicago, Mrs. Ralph
the National
fewish Center Workers and ex-
ecutive director ol The Bronx
House, arrived this week from
New York with his wife and
son for a short vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Mor-
3 and their children, Robert j Mansfield and her two children
and Marjory, of Newark and Qje visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Maplewood, N. J.. are spending 152Q g w nfth st
two weeks at the Nash-Senator; fieck_
hotel. Mr. Morris is the son of Mr- ana
Jacob H. Morris, 1221 Collins man have named their new
ave. | daughter Nancy Elaine. Born
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lesh- jQn 3j she is the Beckman's
ner of Monticello, N. Y., have : chi]d Hef brothers are
, Ef551 So.*."r^to
Also here from Monticello are I Here from New York are Mrs.
Ida Lamm and Mr. and Mrs.
Harris Sacks, who are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Leon April who
are visiting his brother and
sister-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs.
Simon April.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand
are entertaining Mrs. Rand's
mother, Mrs. Jennie Goodman,
of Englewood. N. J., and sister,
Mrs. Theodore Natelson, of
White Plains, N. Y. Mrs. Natel-
*i
their nephews and nieces, Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Tudor. 829 S. W.
18th ave., and Mr. and Mrs. S.
M. Schaffer, 821 S. W. 18th ave.
They plan to stay a month.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Klein have
just returned to their home in
White Plains, N. Y. Mrs. Natel- Lambertville, N. J., after spend-
son's son, Stephen, is here with ing severai weeks with their
her.
Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman flew back
from Hot Springs, Ark., last
HAROLD A. LEVINES PLAN HOME IN NEW YORK
At home in New York following their hon in Havan
be Mr. and Mrs. Harold A, Levin whose
Monday afternoon at the King Cole hotel, Miami Beach
Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. O. Philip Wolfson of Miami Beach,
the bride is the former Miss Phyllis Wolfson Shi attended bj
Mrs. Alvin Graf, jr., of Baltimore as matron of honor; Miss Eli.
Preville of New York and Miss Barbara Meyer, brid
Mrs. Dan Preville, bridesmatron,
Robert Fendrick was best man for Mr. Levin, whose pi
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Levin, came from Philadelphia, Pa .
the wedding. Serving as ushers were Duke Levin, Philadelphia;
Robert Wolfson, James Spencer. Roy Schechter of Great Neck, L. 1 .
and Dan Preville
A graduate of Miami Beach High school, the bride atti i
Louisiana State university. Her husband served in thi
forces for five years and attended Temple university in I
DORFS CELEBRATE
GOLDEN WEDDING
An informal receptii n i
the golden weddini
of Mr J ;.
Pennsylvania av< Miami Bi
last Friday.
Three suns. I
: oth.-r relatives and friends
here from New V irk for thi
': The chil joe,
Larry and Irving Dorf, Mrs. Paul
Kahn and Mrs, Phillip Kohlen-
berg,
Mr. Dorf is ted with D
J. Dooley. realtor,
WM. M. HURTENBACH
Has Removed to
NEW OFFICES
1411 Congress Building
Phone 3-2324
Store hours 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone 3-1141
%
urdines
SumAutt ^asA New collection
of crisp straws
>3
.98
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Silver, 210 N. W.
17th ave. David Singer re-
turned by plane Tuesday after
week Mrs. Hattie Ritzer spending six weeks with his
has returned to her home in j sister, Mrs. Hannah Weinstaub,
St. Louis, Mo., after a six weeks' jancj ner family in Buenos Aires.
visit with her daughter, Mrs. I [ojr Singer, who had not seen
Eva Sands of the Hampton hotel,; his sister for 48 years, visited
Miami. Mrs. Ritzers grand-j a number of adjacent cities. He
daughter is Mrs. Beverly Balin, resides with his wife at 1780 S.
760 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, w. 10th st. and is active in the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
returned to Atlanta Monday qauon
after a two-weeks' stay with; Miss F]orence R ,an of pa,.
Aeu son-in-law and daughter., N ^ her
Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfe d. ,, i
.. ., u brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman i .. T ,
flew to Bridgeport, Conn., this an,d,Mrs- ,A" \Jafi* fr an
week to attend the funeral of '"definite length of time.
Mrs. Huberman's father who f
died Saturday night. Mr. Hub- ]
erman has returned to Miami t
Beach Frank Glazer, 852 \
Jefferson ave., was called to |
Worcester, Mass., Tuesday due
to the death of his sister.
Herbert Kaminsky of Johns- I
town, Pp., is visiting his son and }
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. '
Amos Benjamin.
In Tampa this weekend is I
George J. Talianoff, Florida reg- !
lonal director of the Ami.rWr,.
&
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you'll buy several. Many
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White, navy, black, copen,
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Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
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PRESENTS
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MARCH 1, 3, 4
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Tickets on Sale at Burdine's, Phone
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Beach Radio Shop and Opera Guild
Office, 625 S. W. 29th Road
$4.80S3.60$2.40$ 1.20
ANNOUNCEMENT
RALPH E. KIRSCH, M. D.
Announces His Release from the United States Navy
and the Opening of His Office in the
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WETTE
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MUSIC
JULES LANDE PEDRQ
Maitre d'Hotel
PAUL GOTSCHI
Blank-Altman wIlH
MISS BLANK
Mrs. David Blank and *|
daughter, Arlene, of 4307 AjJ
rd., Miami Bi ach, are in sj
York city, where they are o*|
ing preparations for Miss Bi
wedding to Paul L. AltaajJ
Wood mere, L. I. The cereal
and reception will be held at J
Hampshire House in Nt-yj
on Wednesday, Fib. 19.
Miamians who will attend hi
wedding include Miss Blartl
father, David Blank, and Mr.ail
Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr, and h\
Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Mit|
Blank and the bride-elect's br*l
ers, Sheldon, now at the Unrl
sity of Syracuse, ar,d A.ti|
Blank.
Miss Blank is a graduated
Miami Senior High school. Bel
fiance was graduated from |
University of Virginia and 3*1
in business in New York rial
where the couple will reside, tl
Altman is the son of Mrs. Dm
Altman and the 'ate Morris 11
Altman of Woodmere, Lor|
Island.
"Music Appreciation ftl
Music Education" is the topi
which will concern the diK|
tion group of the Beach TI
8:15 p.m., Sunday, at ih* TJ
Miss Marguerite Marx IJ
conduct the program.
1 ? ncoLn
UNCCXN 0A0
MIAMI KACm
TOUUN
| '* toHOttiomioM
AGIO Ml >-4 I
I1C4JA M. /
{AST KAMI !
OPEN
WAT THRE:
KbStiBQllTHEAT-:
'.'*'.'.'.'. People Spoke Only *
Whispers, of the T-
rifying Red Hou
Edward C
ROBINSON
LON McCALLISTO
"The ReJ
House"
with
JUDITH ANDEHS0"
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)AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
JewishMo rid tor
PAGE THREE
PPER TO SPEAK
|n Claude A. Pepper will key-
the southern fund-raising
paign for the American and
id Jewish Congress when he
Lrs at a formal reception at
[Palm Beach hotel, 9 p.m.,
lay.
morrow evening in Palm
lh, Sen. Alben W. Barkley,
krity leader of the senate, will
lar at the Mayflower hotel
Hhe benefit of Congress of
Mi Dr. Stephen S. Wise is
dent.
)vor $10,000 was contrib-
to the organization Wed-
day evening by guests of
Robert Richter hotel who
ndcd a Lincoln's Day din-
at which Sen. Barkley
:e.
Jkley paid tribute to Robert
jtcr who was killed during
fwar when he tried to save
non-Jewish companions.
ng the guests at the din-
Jv-cre Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ittr, parents of the young
for whom the hotel is
Eel.
. and Mrs. Harry Lanski,
ers of the hotel, were hosts
fce affair.
KURT LEWIN DIES
\. Kurt Lewin, one of Amcr-
liinst outstanding psyeholo-
dicd suddenly Tuesday eve-
He had been conducting
es of intergroup relation-
al the Massachusetts Insti-
lof Technology for the Amer-
[ Jewish Congress.

Miss Pastroff Tells
News Of Engagement
Joining the list of brides-elect
is Miss Mona Pastroff, whose en-
gagement to Irvin Goldstein, is
announced today.
Miss Pastroff is the daughter of
Mrs. Ann Pastroff, 1856 S. W.
14th tor., and the late Maurice
Pastroff. A graduate of Miami
Senior High school and a former
student of Florida State College
for Women, she is now studying
at the University of Miami for a
degree in education. Miss Pas-
troff is a pledge of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Prior to his three and one-
half years' service in the Army,
Mr. Goldstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Goldstein, 5828 Pine
Tree dr., received his B.S. de-
gree in economics from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. He was
discharged from the Army with
the rank of staff sergeant.
No date has been set for their
wedding.
Madaleen Schulman
To Wed Orlando Man
The only way to become your
own sister-in-law is to marry
your brother-in-law's brother.
That is what's happening to Miss
Madaleen Schulman whose en-
gagement to Jack Kamenoff of
Orlando, Fla., is announced today
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce de
Leon blvd.
Miss Schulman's sister, the
former Phyllis Schulman, was
married /lo Abe Kamenoff of
Orlando several months ago. The
Kamenoff brothers are the sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff
of Orlando.
The bride-elect is a student at
the University of Miami and is
active in Hillel. Her fiancee at-
tended the University of Florida.
After their wedding next
month, the couple will reside in
Orlando.
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GUEST OF SISTERHOOD
Comedian Al Kelly will be the
guest of the Beth Jacob Sister-
hood at a meeting scheduled for
Tuesday evening at the syna-
gogue. Reports will be given on
the Night of Stars held Saturday
evening. Mrs. Jack Hirsch will
preside.
POGROMS FEARED
WHEN U.S. TROOPS
LEAVE GERMANY
Fear of resumption of pogroms
when U. S. troops withdrew from
occupied Germany was expressed
this week by Rabbi El Silver,
president of Vaad Hatzala, who
is visiting Greater Miami to
launch the local arm of a $5,000,-
000 nationwide campaign for the
organization.
Rabbi Silver said that during
his recent trip through Europe he
warned U. S. generals in Ger-
many that no Jewish people
should be left in Germany or
Austria because the two countries
are still anti-Semitic.
RABBI SILVER
Vaad Hatzala has been instru-
mental in resettlement and re-
"Even now we are finding Jew- habilitation of refugees and dis-
ish people killed outside DP placed persons from war-torn
camps and can't find out who Europe. A considerable number
did it," he said. "If they leave of persons have been brought to
DP camps they are in danger." the U. S. through its efforts.
France, Palestine, Italy and*-
America were cited by Rabbi Sil-
ver as places where Jewish refu-
gees should be taken. He de-
scribed Poland and Czechoslo-
vakia as having a better atmos-
phere than Germany and Aus-
tria for the Jewish people but
warned that while the Czechs are
not anti-Semitic, the Slovacs are.
Rabbi Silver has asked Senator
Robert A. Taft of Ohio for more
liberal interpretation of immigra-
tion laws by the State depart-
ment to allow Jewish refugees
now in America on temporary
permits to becom? citizens more
easily.
Rabbi Silver, who is an officer
of Agudas Isroel and a member
of the presidium of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis, recently re-
turned from a tour of Europe
and Palestine as an UNRRA rep-
resentative of organized Jewry.
He will be guest speaker during
services at Beth Tfilah synagogue
Saturday morning.
Aiding Rabbi Silver in the cam-
paign are Rabbi E. Epstein of
Chicago, vice president of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis, and
Rabbi Jacob Muskin, director of
Vaad Hatzala.
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Roberts' Latest Novel
Slated For Review
A book that took six years to
write will be reviewed for thee
Miami Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress at 1:30
p.m. Tuesday at Beth David audi-
torium.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will dis-
cuss Kenneth Roberts' latest
novel, "Lydia Bailey." All mem-
bers are asked to attend.
JAMBOREE TO BE
AT 3 BEACH CLUBS
Fourth annual jamboree for
the benefit of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home is set for
Sunday evening at three Miami
Beach night clubs, according to
Harry Saffer, NCCH president.
Switched from the Jai-Alai
fronton, the Jamboree will be
held at the Beachcomber, Copa
Cabana and the Latin Quarter to
conform with new regulations
agreed upon by club owners re-
garding use of their high priced
entertainers at benefits.
"Present plans fall for rotating
shows from all three clubs at each
location," Saffer explained. 'This
means that patrons at any of the
three clubs during the course of
the evening will view the com-
plete floor shows from the Beach-
comber, Copa and Latin Quarter."
Dinner will start at 6:30 p.m.
at each club.
Dick Berenson, owner of the
fronton, will continue as general
chairman for the Jamboree. Lou
Walters of the Latin Quarter is
chairman of the show production.
Entertainer Joey Adams of the
Five O'clock club and the Vaga-
bonds from the Clover club will
head a contingent of other stars
also scheduled to make guest ap-
pearances at the three clubs,
Saffer said.
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Phone 6-4011
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DETROIT DELICATESSEN
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Carrying a Complete Line of the Finest Quality
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MUUAY. FEBRUARY
PAGE FOUR
Editorial
in
1947.
BrotherhoodBelieve It!
to others every right and d*9nl% *e ~~T "Vpetuation ol
brotherhood It essential to the ^^.l^l^Xthe think-
American democracy. Until that con
ing oi our citizens democracy is not sa^ ^
minority among us is not tee, ail oi us u
belief is fundamental.
Brotherhood-Live It! That injunction finds us
Defined as a willingness to give
claim for ourselves
t and perpetuc'
,-iction controls the
not safe. So long as _any
where we
Face Facts
T^EORgTj TAL1AN0FF
da Regional M*">
Anti-Deiamatum League
** should Jbe jus*
abbis, ^UI

Sabbath, re-
-. I
Brotnernooawi e n< ~r' rn.,rc.wes our commu-
dwell. It reaches into our schools, our^churche^o ^^
ioco,,,,d r:c:he:hocd abroad .^e F-- ^ ....
What we do in our own country speaks more louaiy
world than cr.y-.hir-.c that we can say.
It' That i*. spread brotherhood. It
pre;udice ignorance are divisive,
family, drive and hold its members ape:
for brotherhood in every community in
pletely filled

mmunity feels to-
cad
les in both the sectarian and
, mmui Ity.
However, this w. "^
ndof
ently hos-
-. veterans
up a reu-
in our community
I con met.
;a!cd the fact
;ed stay at
lid not have tne
si any of
; rabbis. He state,:
,.e received
such a
He said i. that a veteran of
: three
ital and in
nee of j rabbi, a Catholic
We must educate priest was a I in to admii ister
the land. We must
last mo-
Hitions within wh:Vh brotherhood is possible. The
mi
.ust"seek each other out*and put their] I ki
friends of brotherhood' m"JC?0 c:0.he:hood. hFor the >*edly
-^.^C;Vwon. There is no to th whicl
heads together.
fight fol "brethrrhced is never completely won.
surcease to this vrt
Strategy and tactics musi be adapted tc
All of ustocether.
It ........
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
fJkMcilij. Qotvfidentiat
(Copyright, 1MS. S*v*n ArU F*atur* Syndicate)
Bt phineas j. biron
Pl-.J
THE WHOLE STORY
In the shuffle on our editor's desk, the most important
last week's lead item was somehow omitted ... The item *&[?*
surprise and ind.gnation of Toronto's Jewish community JL*
privately owned skating rink, "The Icelandia." refused arW*
to a voung Jewish girl because she was Jewish ^"J
omitted is the fact that the Toronto Jewish community -.J
have been surprised Some months previous a Negro boy *
barred from the very same rink, and the Jewish defense agj*
remained silent ... We cannot believe that this was censorihjp
We know that our editor is fully aware that anti-Semitic 'Z
Jim Crow are two sides of the same fascist coin .
cond:::c-s .-.s we find and face them
The National Conference of Christians and Jews has had
eighteen veers of experience in developing en the American
ss'educational program for brotherhood. Vast sums of
scene .... .----------..... r--?--
monev and untold e::;:r have bee:-, expended in literature, school,
college and radio programs workshops, seminars and youth
conferences cress material and similar endeavor.
and m
c: rr
NATIONAL JWB NAMES
THREE MIAMIANS
Th:- M
More money been app inted to i hip on
NEGRO YOUTH CENTER
Need ::: additional funds to rcrr.r'.ete the Necro Youth ~ :': Beach, to the
nter was pointed out this week with the establishment of a ."' > I Mrs;
Ce
We must continue to enroll supporters in an America-. ; ... center divi-
Brotherhood dedicated to the extension of Freedom, Justice and -
Responsibility as the foundation stones of a peaceful world, r Williams Apte of the Ever-
_____________________ ides hotel has been named to
I the over-all Jewish center divi-
sion -elf and t the
Milton
com-
, ".'' r Beach, to thi
financial advisory committee cf white reor.e to css:st tne ___
Nearo Service council. ,
,..,,.,,, ... As 1 :ation 01
Construction of the center is at a standstill ana will be until 005 Jewish ty center*
another S40.000 is raised Already more than S18.000 has been and YM-YWHA -. U
spec; tc provide fox Miami s Negro rcrruirruon a teen-age recre- star, s an I C
ation and cultural center. services to aid in
The center is vitally needed by a rceor.e who have only
their schcc.s and churches for organized youth activities. Here
is an opportunity for the Jewish community oi Greater Miami '
to make realistic the principles of the Brotherhood Week we
are now entering,
We are fortunate enough tc be able to send funds oversees
to aid in the rehabilitation c; Jewish refugees. We are privi-
leged to have the additional resources to provide synagogues,
medical institutions and :?rreat;on centers :cr our own fait]
and to participate in non-sectarian community ca-.paians.
Now it is incumbent upon us to see that the Negro Youth
Center is completed. This is a test for us.

T e f tment,
...
- cen-
- on prr-
nn' guid-
nce and trainii
the
I
" girl ar.d
-
I women and
tegrate thes tivitii
enter and

' .....

I entei

citizen cr alien. Attorney General J. To- Watson said the 1945 r] '
law providing for crettinq birth :ertificales hv n^nVZ-i
toaircerscns^i^:^---;^:.;-^^:^^^^.^6? '
s
ec
opportunity for ourselves.
community proaress
v
is a
equal
question
::
Moreover, there
to be answered. So long as one segment
of the community lacks the means with which to live in dece-cv
no segment of the community can be satisfied.
PERSONALIA
One of New York's top law firms. "House. Grossman. VorhaBi|
Hemley." has added Naomi Ransom as a member of the firm
Naomi is one of America's legal topnotchers, and a sister of RjjJ
Marius Ransom Mischa Elman was the soloist at a rtcj
Havana concert sponsored by the Cuban Federation of Labor,,
Ex-Governor Lehman seen at the "Years Ago" benefit for J
Downtown Community school in New York Leonard Bernstql
under the influence of Orson Welles He'll conduct, write ^1
score and act in Mary Pickford's film, "The Beckoning Fair 0^1
. Barney Ross in Los Angeles, living with Monte Proser ofNnl
York's Copa Cabana Proser's west for the picture on his 1
spot. Barney is a victim of the housing shortage MikeTaJ
and Joan Blondell a rumor Fritz Leiber. veteran ShakespearJ
actor, will be seen in a Hollywood whodunit soon Glad to M
that Dinah Shore's run in with a tractor at her California rail
didn't hurt Please don't take chances with that beiutfll
. Beautiful .
SISTER ACT
Two Jewish sisters. Rebecca Klang and Zita Klang Handel
wife of psychiatrist Dr. Sydney Handelman. have just compleM|
I w 1 novels. "God Send Sunday" and "Peter Our Spouse"
God Send Sunday" is a serious psychiatric novel about the mail
rehabilitation of a New York girl, and "Peter Our Spouse"
psychiatric novel about the trials and tribulations of a psychiatrsl
with in-law troubles and how his home was almost turned nki|
violent ward in a state hospital New York's best agents!
. iting for the rights Twentieth Century is considering "P*l
Our Spouse" Rebecca is a well-known" contributor to leads!
magazines, including "Red Book." and one of Zita's short store!
appears in the first Short-Short Omnibus, an anthology of dat|
stories .
FOR THOSE WHO APPLAUD NIEMOLLER
Norbert Wollheim spent a long time in the concentration cas|
of Ausschwitz ... He was a youth leader and organizer of (
dren's transports in Naziland, and helped save 7.000 Jewish ch
from the Nazis Now he is in this country on a lecture touri
speaks for 23.000 Jews living in the British German zone..
Wollheim says "the Germans have not changed They
Hitler all but one thing: that he lost the war They
feeling of guilt whatsoever" Wollheim states authorita
Jews are still living in the same horrible, memory-'
camps, while many of the Nazis comfortably live in lu
villas ... In the camp Bergen-Belsen 30,000 Jews died AFT
liberation Anti-Semitism is still flourishing in Germany 1
the benign smile of British-American occupation ... The.
Germany are disillusioned and bitter," continued Wollheim..
They say 'the Nazis extinguished us, the democracies don'tls^
live'." And Pastor Niemoller is rather satisfied that
today are oh so sympathetic to the Jews .
SUGGESTION
Max Band, the famous French-Jewish painter, is now in 1
York Before he returns to his Los Angeles home he will I
signed up for a big one-man exhibit in the fall Band's!
"P : trait of a DP," should be donated to the United Nations a
bly hall as a constant reminder of what Fascism means,
TALLAHASSEE.Ar.y person in Florida may petition the
circuit court for an order to establish his birth, whether he is a
v providing :cr aettina birth certiiicatM hv n^i "1 '1 In c
,-.-..-" ....... ;\"'~r ~- ?e'-cn applies ther natioi .
r,e.^..,resiamc in -estate. Hoc the legislature intended
man a (Usnr.ct.cn .-.e aaaea .-,: would have used the word regional ..
turer. ir.ste- -e----- ,,.._..__ ,.
to
"dozen
nstead o: resident
Palestine League Seeks
End Of Jewish Agency
NEW YORK JTA -7
r Guy ?! Gillette ras re-
elect*
taa n He rev I
st.-~ sr r.s:r-;.J. ry :he !
I afivr twe days :' e >nsid-
n t :->.:..:. r.s an^ pro-
- I r imiTM ^:ite An
Palestine problem
The conference dc hose a I oppressors."
I 35
bers to sen
- at year
"^ I final acts
last plei
f a resolution urgii
n f the J
and .
in the (ormati n : a p
govern-rr.: : r Pi:cs;:ne The
Jewish Agency was ,. .
cpeasement of and
ion with the British
nation
pro-
- and
: int.
Agency Turns Down
New British Proposal
'Continued fro
Jewish Ass
om Pa8e 1)
' .rdofDeo. A"w

Jf" Ml. Acting Chief
.zarus was also present
3 IRGUNISTS GET
DEATH SENTENCE
(Continued from Page 1)
they would net enter a plea. It
is the contention of Irgunists that
they are prisoners of war and
that British courts have no juris-
: ver them.
Further extensions of British
irity" restrictions took effect
on Thursday when the
"lent of all inhabitants of
tne city was limited to certain
first victim of the new
. let-up in Jerusalem and
,''1 Av.v was Id! Yankelcvitch.
was shot by" soldiers while
entering the security zone in Tel
Israel
B,.pr,,em;:v,, A(.uas
Vankclevitch. who was
wounded in the back and arm.
n-'d no pass, the sentries said.
er^'p viCgCd terrr^. Nech-
tzhak Tabelski of Haifa escaped
h's week from the Latrun deteT-
ion camp where they had been
^nfined for several months
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BAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
+Awlst>ncrkfiarJ
1947-Behind the Scenes of the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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I MEMBERS OF HADASSAH plan their parts in
pe at a special gift organizational meeting at the
|of Mrs. Monte Selig. 725 W.DiLido dr.. Miami
Left to right are Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Mrs.
Goodman. Mrs. Celia Seigel and Mrs. Leo
^SIDNEY FLATOW, former UNRRA director in
ny. addresses more than 200 liquor men and their
I at a special fund raising dinner in the Latin
p. Flanking him are Aaron Leban and Stuart
P. cochairmen of the liquor division, and Herb
Icochairman of the over-all trades division.
IJOE ARKIN. center, chairman of the building
division, briefs fellow-workers on pledge card
e. Others shown axe Al Oboler and M. B.
4. A MIXED GROUP gathers at Federation offices
for after-hours discussion. Standing are Max Meisel
and Joe Arkin. Seated, back row, are Maurice Cromer,
Sol Finn and Sam Goldman. Front row, Sam Traurig,
Dr. Frank Coret. Herbert Scher and Jack D. Burris.
5. HENRY MONTOR, center, executive vice chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal, was guest of honor
at a dinner in the Shelborne Feb. 6. Others on the dais
with him are Sidney Flatow. Abraham Goodman. Shep-
ard Broad and Benjamin Kane.
6. JACK FISHMAN and Joe Scheinberg. co-
chairmen of the restaurant equipment division, discuss
division campaign plans.
7. MORRIS GOLD, standing, speaks to the apart-
ment house owners division al a meeting in Beach head-
quarters. Left to right are Charles Levin. Ida Green-
berg, Jesse Greenberg, Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. Rose
Selinsky and Jacob Friedman.
8. HOTEL OWNERS OF MIAMI BEACH, one of
the largest trade divisionstheir goal is $500,000gather
daily before seeing new prospects. Pictured above,
standing, are Al Olian, representing the national office
of the United Jewish Appeal; Irving FrankeL co-
chairman of the division; Joe Gardner and Charles
Resnick. ..Sealed are Harry Koretiky. Joe Steinberg,
Jacob Seidenbexg, Sam Lachman, cochairman; Nat
Hankoff, Fred Jonas, Mannie Golstrich and Jack August.


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Irving Caesar, composer of
"Songs of Friendship," will bring
his musical message of brother-
hood to Greater Miami next week
when he ap-
pears a t two
outdoor rallies.
The events
a Washington's
day mass meet-
ing at Bayfront
park Saturday
evening. Feb.
22. and a rally
at Flamingo
park on Sun-
d a y evening.
Feb. 23will climax the celebra-
tion of Brotherhood Week, spon-
sored by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Sam Blank, honorary presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, is one of three
local men who will be honored
for distinguished service in the
field of better human relations
at the annual Brotherhood
Week banquet of the Miami
Round Table of NCCJ, 6:30
p.m., Thursday, at the Miami
Woman's club. Also to be
honored are President Bow-
man F. Ashe of the University
of Miami and John Penne-
kamp, editor of the Miami
Herald.
Dr John Ray Ewers, nationally
known author and lecturer, will
deliver an address on 'Brother-
hoodPattern for Peace.''
Blank is initial gifts chairman
of the Mt Sinai hospital drive
and was chairman of the Greater
Miami Army and Navy commit-
tee, wartime service organization
of local Jewry.
Local B'nai B'rith lodges are
cosponsnrs of the rallies with the
Knights of Columbus. Junior
Chamber of Commerce, the
Americans Veterans committee
and other civic and religious
organizations.
Representing Sholem lodge are
Charles R. Jacobson. George Tal-
ianoff and Gilbert Balkin. while
Harold Zinn and Jake Felt rep-
resent the Beach lodge.
The Best the Market Affords
at Reasonable Prices
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
CELLIST TO APPEAR
AT TWO CONCERTS
Gerard Halt's appearame
soioist with the Uiuveriity
Miami Symphony orchestra, con
ducted by Modeste Alloo. will '
KISly cello solo performance
as well as the only performance
member of the univers
as
faculty"during the current sea-
The two orchestral cor
will bo presented in the Miami
Senior High school auditorium on
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and Monday
at 8:30 p.m.
Haft, a conductor as well a
cellist, was born in Rotterdam.
Holland, and was graduated there
from the Conservatory of Music,
He played his first concert
the Rotterdam Philharmonic or-
chestra when he was 14 yeai
age. Later he taught cello
chamber music al the Rotti
Conservatory and also foul
and played with the Gagliano
String quartet and the Netl
lands String trio.
The soloist will play C(
Saint Saens' Violoncello Concerto
No. 1 in A minor. Op. 33. The
orchestra's numbers will include
"In Bohemia." a concert ovi
by Henry Hadley; sym] I
metamorphosis of then.i
Maria von Weber arranged by
Paul Hindemith; symphonic poem.
"Nocturnal Procession," by Henri
Rabaum. and fantasy overture,
"Romeo and Juliet," by Peter
Tschaikowskv.
MargaretNewman'sfashionsfor
:; tSn which
Valentine's Daj u "> .
" Mi"! B ,
BTith Women ; ,,
afternoon at mi a
Mis. Newma.
' i
approxm at< j J ,
,; w
pring and summer line of Ma,
,,, Newman Oi Binds.
Mrs Harry Kaufman is
guests an
-mr
TO ALL .
Mayor Buys First Tag
In Mending Heart Drive
Mai 'Pi rinePalmei

-day drive
moi
In charge thi
the D
Workers 1
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY BROTHERHOOD
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Imported and Domestic
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306 Congress Building
PHONE 3-0110
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a
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TRUCKING
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A Specialty
1812 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144
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225 Coral Way
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YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
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DAN CHAPPELL
Pan American Bank
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Ladies Handbags by
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1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
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232 S. W. Second Avenu phoM ^1
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153 N. E. Second Street phoM yJ
EXPERT REPAIRING
SUITCASE COVERS MADE TO ORDER
ZIPPERS REPAIRED. AND REPLACED
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1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phon ]^|
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114 East Flaqlcr Street Phone 3-6154
BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD
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Custom Service Accurate Workmanship
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r
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LY, FEBRUARY 14. 1947
+Jewish ncrldian
PAGE SEVEN
m Bond Election
[duled For April
^day, April 1, is the date set
council for freeholders of
Beach to vote on bond is-
itotalling $1,500,000. Eight
ed thousand dollars of that
nt would be for city im-
nents recommended by
[Manager Claude A. Ren-
Tand $750,000 would be for
licipal auditorium urged by
I citizens.
I city improvement program
nended by Renshaw, on
I only freeholders will vote,
led $350,000 for paving,
Ho'i for sanitary sewers and
DO for water service im-
aent.
11 be the first city bond
In held since April 9, 1946.
TO DEDICATE NEW SYNAGOGUE
*fr

JIRTHRATE HIGH
IIS (JTA)Disclosing that
amber of children born in
nish DP camps in Germany
jstna since the end of the
ixceedcd the number of
who have emigrated, Dr.
Schwartz, European di-
of the Joint Distribution
htee, said this week that
|on must be made for the
ration to Palestine and
lere of 250,000 Jews.
IS DELICATESSEN
ry Shapen, formerly of De-
Jannounces the opening of
|troit Delicatessen at 228 W.
st., today. Mr. Shapen
the delicatessen business
xoit for the past 30 years.
fore will carry a complete
high quality merchandise.
[KIN Uses Scientific
Methods
Destroy the Thieving Bat
n't let rats destroy your
property, threaten your
pith. Have your building
It Controlled by Orkin.
ftione 3-4848 or 9-1519
449 W. Flagler St.

ll If fis' CONTROL
901
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Rabbis and prominent civic leaders will be guest speakers
at the dedication ceremony to be held at the new Beth Tfilah
synagogue building at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23. Completely
air-conditioned, the two-story building seats approximately
700 persons and has classrooms and meeting rooms. Norman
Giller was the architect.
Girls To Play Softball
For Hospital Funds
Charlie Bidwill"s famed Chi-
cago Blue Birds. National League
girls' professional Softball cham-
pions, open a three-game charity
series against Miami men's teams
Sunday afternoon when they
take on the Miami Beach Old
Timers at Flamingo Park at 3
o'clock.
Blonde Lonnie Stark, hurling
ace who won 22 games and lost
12 in helping pitch the Blue Birds
to the National loop champion-
ship last season, will open on the
slab for the girls Sunday, with
pretty Kay Rohrer, one of the
league's top stars, catching.
Fifty three year old "Iron
Man" Dave Heyman will start on
the slab for the Old Timers, with
Irv Wilson, 34, at first base;
Danny Sepler, 35, second base;
Manager Carl Gardner, 46, short-
stop; Jack Rosen, 30, third base;
and Jean Lehman, 42, Eddie Sir-
kin, 30, and Sid Sobclson, 31, ir.
the outfield.
The clash with the Old Timers
is the first of three charity games
Bidwill's Blue Birds will play at
Flamingo Park, under the aus-
pices of the Miami Beach Kennel
Club. On February 23 the girls
tackle St. Sophia Catholic School
boys' team, and March 2 they cap
off the series in a duel with Pan
American Airways' Miami City
men's champions.
Proceeds from all three games
will go to the Mercy Hospital and
Mt. Sinai Hospital funds.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
SOUTHERN LIFE &
HEALTH INSURANCE
COMPANY
POSTAL BUILDING
PHONE 2-3419
SEASON'S GREETINGS
We Have a Supply of
HOLIDAY CARDS
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
53 N. E. First Street
1452 Washington Ave.
[BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY
"JIM and LOU"
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
Represented by
R. J. WAINWRIGHT
10 American Bank Building Phone 2-0646
A BETTER BROTHERHOOD
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
)TT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO.
2320 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE 78-2702
4i MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family EXTEND GREETINGS SEASON'S GREETINGS GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional (Opposite Huntington Bldg.) 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463


in BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRED HANNAH Wholesale Produce i' DADE COUNTY GROWERS MARKET Stall 93

GREETINGS GREEN TREE HOTEL 110 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA
LLAS
Most Unique
lestaurant In
lopolitan Miami
ATHENA
Open Daily from
11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M.
224 W. Flagler St.
CORRECTION
Through an error in the printing process, the
following names were omitted from the 1946
Honor Roll of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal:
Zinnamon, Abraham.................................... 250.00
Zion, Sol............................................................ 100.00
Zipperman, I. D............................................... 5.00
Ziskind. Jacob...................................._............ 1.000.00
Zissen, Lou........................................................ 200.00
Zissman, David S......................................... 10.00
Zivitz, Dr. Nelson............................................ 10.00
Zohn. Sophie.................................................... 3.00
Zolotorofe. Sam................................................ 5.00
Zowader. A....................................................... 5.00
Zucker. Mrs. Tillie.......................................... 10.00
Zuckerman, Mrs. Anna................................ 5.00
Zuckerman, Irving and Nat.......................... 25.00
Zuckerman, Israel.......................................... 35.00
Zuckerman, Max............................................ 20.00
Zuckerman, Nathan........................................ 5.00
Zuckerman. Sidney........................................ 10.00
Zukernick, Harry.............................................. 150.00
Zwaifler. Morris................................_.........._ 10.00
Zwick. 1............................................................. 10.00
Zwicker. Jack.................................................... 150.00
Zwicker. Sidney.............................................. 10.00
Fishman, Jacob................................................$1,000.00
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
1002 Congress Building Phone 3-5411


*>*.^/***2:
i>AGE EIGHT
New Hebrew Academy
Begins Classes
Despite the COW W<
school bells rang for stud*
the new Greater M ami H<
Academy which
. an of Hebrew an -
education toi J -
Monday morning at I Be<
"Y."
Th five-day school is si
with a kindergartc
chi dren etween the ages
and fi' e and or.i
a 1A-1B a '
in I x .....
A:- invitation !'x"
tence< I
as v Mi;

,; : nstitu
. that A
s been added i :
con
Local Officers Attend
Judaism Council Meet
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':
BARNES CAST STONE
SHOP
v
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president .,,



that leg] ..-
Plan Interfaith Tea
X D. Singer. 1822 S. W. i
.... will entertam the
H committee of Tem-
| sisterhood at a tea in
1 30 p m. Tuesday.
;: be made for the sec-
. : faith tea to be
. ....Temple As-
Singer Tuesday after-
v.-s Isaac Levm.
J5EiH25H!5iu
Young PtopWwJ^N
Tempi, B.th ShrZN
evening whtn ij!*>
sponsor* .duc,^*
of the Tempi* *
T
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
T
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Wholesale and Retail
EGGS FRESH DAILY
1200 N. W 22nd Si. Ph. 2-2927
Bly's Garage
lS.W.iiisJ
PHONE 3-9500
TWO-WEEr
SPECIAL
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W
Plui P,n,
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
'
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-~489
Otice and Plant
1425 20th Stree;
MIAMI BEACH
EAST COAST FISHERIES, INC.
.VEST FLAGLER STREET-AT THE BRIDGE
rv On Youi Table Tomonow
Phone 3-5414
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T
Yeu: Local Ford Dealer
NEW LOCATION
Munroe-Zeder, Inc.
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
SALES and SE?A~CZ
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HUSK AMP
MOTOR CO.
242 Ai:: Cbcle
PHONE 4:5:5
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r.-.rr.e .<:.
a new r:s:-: market
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1000 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-2667
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Y
SMITTY'S
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FEBRUARY 14. 1947
+Jmlsl> norktlctr
PAGE NINE
lAfRS. FRIEDMAN
Ition Follows Sutton-
ian Ceremony
^M -ent ceremony at the home
bi Irving Lehrman joined
I kge Miss Sara Sutton and
E. Friedman both of Mi-
ach A reception following
femony was held at the
f the bride's mother, Mrs.
on. 1056 Euclid ave.
Friedman, a veteran of five
if service in the tank de-
. i, was attended by his
I Dr. Burt Friedman, as
in. while Mrs. Lester Mar-
frved her sister as matron
I >r
bride-elect, a graduate of
Beach High school, was
y an active member of
matic group of The Port-
eatre in Miami.
ving a wedding trip to
Springs, Mr. and Mrs.
an are making their home
ta JWV WOMEN
FIRST SOCIAL
[membership social will be
the Miami Beach Jewish
leterans Ladies' auxiliary
Monday at the home of
fen Greene, 5465 La Gorce
member has been asked
a prospective member,
fcvitod are other women
of aiding disabled vet-
ad widows and orphans of
roes.
riginal program will be
. by Mrs. Willard Bender
Freda Shifman, chair-
entertainment. Welcom-
guests with Mrs. Greene
| Mrs. Sol Jaffe, president,
Ann Frutkoff, Mrs. Sol
in and Mrs. Oscar Gerrig.
I organization has begun
\t the Nautilus veterans
music room and will
it with records, photo-
Ibums and musical enter-
lt.
Hartman-Rosenthal
Nuptials Solemnized
At Beth Sholom
Miss Isabel Hartman of Miami
Beach recently became the bride
of Seymour Rosenthal of Miami
at Temple Beth Sholom where
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartman of
1804 Biarritz dr., Miami Beach,
and Mr. Rosenthal's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rosenthal of
1100 N.W. 32 ct.
Mrs. Bertha Kierzner was mat-
ron of honor for her sister and
Miss Miriam Pitsch was maid of
honor. Miss May Braidman, Miss
Henny Taylor, Miss Jackie Roder
and Miss Eileen Cowen were
bridesmaids. Rosiland Kierzner
was flower girl and Mickie Ros-
enthal, ringbearer.
Albert Rosenthal was best man
for his brother. Ushers were Ken-
neth Braidman, Leonard Wolff,
Harold Jacobs and Lou Lenard.
Upon their return from their
honeymoon in Cuba the newly-
weds are making their home at
Miami Beach.
To Honor Miss Shier
First in a series of pie-nuptial
events for Miss Edth Shier will
be a miscellaneous shower which
her future mother-in-law, Mrs.
Marie Applebaum, will give this
evening at her home, 1715 S.W.
2nd ter.
Over 40 guests have been in-
vited. Among those attending will
be the bride-elect's mother, Mrs.
Henry Shier, 1236 S.W. 21st ter.
Miss Shier will be married to
Bernard Applebaum in June.
VanKollem-Blustein
Nuptials
Two Miamians who spoke their
wedding vows at the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Sunday,
Jan. 26, are the former Miss
Amelia VanKollem, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham VanKol-
lem of 965 Biarritz dr., Miami
Beach, and Julius Blustein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Blustein of
845 Commerce St., Miami Beach.
Attending her sister as matron
of honor was Mrs. Sherry Fogel
while Mr. Blustein's brother,
Philip, served as best man.
Following their honeymoon in
New Orleans, the newlyweds will
make their home in Miami Beach.
PLANS JUNE WEDDING
A June wedding is being plann-
ed by Miss Doris Mahler and Fred
Klein, whose engagement is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mahler, 1361 Merid-
ian ave., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect will be gradu-
ated from Technical High school
in June. Mr. Klein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Klein, 811 Meridian
ave., is a graduate of Miami
Biach High school and a veteran
of two years of Army service.
War Assets Administration will
offer more than 4,000 used ve-
hicles located at six sites to Flor-
ida veterans during February,
March and April.
Rita Hyman Tells Plans
For September Wedding
Planning a September wedding
in New York are Miss Rita Ma-
rion Hyman and Leslie T. Bukstel
whose engagement is announced
this week by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, 3000 Royal
Palm ave., Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Miss Hyman is a
senior at the University of Michi-
gan, where she is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau sorority and the
executive committee of the Hillel
foundation.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Bukstel of Camden, N.J., was
graduated from Randolph Macon
college, Virginia, and is now at-
tending Columbia university
school of optometry. He served
for three and one-half years in
the Navy and was discharged
with the rank of senior grade
lieutenant after duty in the South
Pacific.
lyJ "III" ..Id.. mi II II HIM Ml|| o llllll him Hi m inn
Original
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OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
SERVING DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS
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PAGE TEN
JOSEPH MALEK PLANS Olli'l -'"'"'*
CAREER AS ATTORNEY
Although Joseph Malek received
his diploma from the University
of Miami a few weeks ago, I"' is
still a student thenand will be
until June, 1948. when I e will be
awarded a law deg
Malek, who majored in history
for his A. B. degree, is now in the
second year of
Al
KESSLER
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conducted the Passovei Seder foi
the organization.
Malek att< nd I Miami Sei
High
years ol colli ''
university ai tin D
stitute of Tei He a -
presidi I hi (res I nii n
vice pres enl
class d assi
Detroit Ti
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Son : R M
Malek, 1561 Michigan u\ M
Lii...h, he reci
of his Hebrew trainii
Yeshivath C
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11 the M
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last ;.
law school
tin
he is a member
of the Interna-
tional Relations
club. Psychol-
an.mi Active in
Symposium to Concern
Current Role of Jews
,-,... Jewish in the World
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AT TRAILERVILLE
rans get preference at the
new trailer park which ex-GI
I., vin is opening between
and 13th ave. on N.W.
Till!-,
ins for the park.
will be known as "Trailer-
ville Inc.", are being taken now
on th<- premises, 1274 N.W. 79th
Levin was a local resident for
a number of years before enter-
ervice His father and
e both in the plumbing
in Miami.
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Charter Boat
DAY or WEEK
Evnrylhing Furnuhtd
Meals Included
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Mannings -9-1244 7}gl
WELFARE BOARD
:,! Nn 9 Welfare Board
Id its Annual Meeting Peb-
20, at 3:30 p.m. at the
Columbus Hotel un the mezza-
[loor Senator Evans Crary
I Stuart, Florida, will be the
speaker. The public is in-
vited.
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PAGE ELEVEN
MBOREE PAVES WAY to HEALTH for CARDIAC CHILDREN
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tid the clock at 4250 W. Flagler st. young vic-
fceumatic heart disease get the best of care at
Sal Children's Cardiac Home, which is not just
institution, but a whole city"Mending Heart
for them. The magic coach that takes young
to Mending Hear* Village is the Home s own
Bon. Mrs. Rcse Gallow. superintendent oJ tne
!* Cinderella from iha rallraad laiton ana
introduces her to her nurse. Next step is a thorough
physical examination with the electrocardiograph ma-
chine coming into use. Studies aren't neglected at
the Home where private tutorincr is given by Miss
Dorothy Lightman for oatients who cannot go across
the street to Kinloch school. Another inch, another
pound for a growing, healthier young lady. Outside
en* of the cottages constructed from funds raised by on.
of the women's chapters. (Left center) Milady
beautiful in the bath while the older boy* match
wits over a game. And so to bed. .
The Cardiac Home is maintained entirely from vol-
untary contributions. Bulk of the funds are raised at
the annual Jamboree which this year will take place
simultaneously at ihra* Miami Beach night clubs
Sunday evening.


PAGE TWELVE
Miss Muriel Horowitz
Betrothed To Dentist
Engagement of Miss Muni
Horowitz to Dr. Harold B. ZeiUin
is announced by her parents. Ml
and Mrs. William Horowitz. '34
15th st.. Miami Beach.
Since her graduation from the
Lear school. Miami Beach Miss
Horowitz has been a Student at
Ann Reno Teachers' institute at
Columbia university
Dr. Zeitlin. son of Mr. and Mrs
Louis Zeitlin, Watertown, N. Y is
the University of Illinois college |
of dentistry. He was discharged
from the Army last May with the
rank of major and is now practic-
ing in Watertown where the cou-
ple will reside after their mar-
riage in New York June 22.
Cantor Kelemer Heads
Music Month Committee
Cantor Samuel Kelemer of
Temple Betli Sholom will -
ROSLYN H0RNRE1CH
Parents Reveal
Hornreich Betrothal
: nt of R
ami committee in charge of Jew-
ish Music Month., according t>' an
announcement made this v.
Observance asic month
Feb. 7 to March 6 will b(
: by the Miai Miami
Beach Y's ana the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Among the tivil
is a 1 :i 3( v -
ish music. Other community
events will be anno h irtly
as chairman of the Greater^Mi- ;; ;, and Bernard Bi
. b> ht: pan nts M
Mrs Paul Hornreich of i 30
ii ave.. M Beach.
N i date hi been set foi the
ing.
Mr Berkow Mr.
and Mrs Mau I Bi
N.W. 3rd
:
S] tsw eai
National Leader Speaks
For Beach Mizrachi
\.
bership :' : the Mizi a< hi W
organization, Mrs. Bi
I!:- kline, Mass will
speaker at a meeting of the Mi-
Beach Women's c;. a] ti I
Miami Bea h Jewish G rat.
n on
:
11 ting at
Beth ,
Beach Aged Home Group
Slates Monthly Meeting
Mi nthl; '... the M
'. iry to the
E
will
address the Mr:
Karger, cultural .

Entertainment
ments will follow the
which is open to the public.
Mendelson Engagement
Announced At Party
Tin ment of Miss Helen
Marjorie Mendelson to HaroldIB
Srtverbera of Norwicl I
was announced recent!, by he,
mother Mrs Martha Mendelson
rfSklyn, N.Y.. a. a sur,
PaMfss Mendel i Jj "''' J
College I New York and
has "'""
tron New York unversity. Sh s
now handbag and ewelrj
for the Morris Brot
and Goodman's Lincoln Rad.
Mr Silvi :
and Mrs A W S '- Nof
was an infantry man in
\v n-ld Wai II and has a B.S i
' '
the i I*- of Pennsylvania,
Dr. Goodman Gets Post
In Red Cross Drive
Dr Morris G
of Goodmai Ln :
vice president of M '' P1 -
s. will be < I
f the M ''- ness
the fort Red
to H H
Hymai
Rowland D. Saundi vice
president of B : Wil-
liam 1) Full.. nag< f the
(net of I
P L ght, will head simi-
t
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will st M
JEFFERSON IS TOPIC
: ffersoi
will bi thi to| Prol Ralph
F Whelat
. 124 lit!: St Mi-
p.l
Bai th
will be gui t speaki W< dnesday

FRIDAY,
FEBRUABY,
HAROLD RAND. M.D.
Announces the
Removal of His Offices to
515 Venetian Way Bldg.
(S15 N. E. 15th Street)
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Coeds Elect Oiiicers
:

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in, vici ;

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eld thi
ngs ol
. nth t thi
Adult Dance Class Starts
! The
:- last night undei
M Mi ryon Mc-
K the Y
p' tion will
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PROMPT
DELIVERY
MISS '/.VCKERMAN
Two Beach Resident*
Reveal Engagement
Miss Florence Zuckerman's cn-
gagement '" Arnold Rubin is be-
nnounced by her mother,
Mrs Anne Zuckorman, 1614
Drexel ave.
A University of Miami gradu-
ate. Miss Zuckerman was a char-
ts member (if Sigma Delta
scholastic honorary, During her
junior year she attended the Uni-
versity of Havana as a Pan Amer-
ican exchange student.
Prior tn his four years nf serv-
ter member of Sigma Delta Pi,
ice in the Navy, the prospective
bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
. Rubin, 419 W. 45th st.,
practiced law in Miami. He re-
L'niversity of Florida and was a
ceived his law degree from the
ier "f Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ti : nity,
Greyhound
Races
at Beautiful
HOLLYWOOD
Tonight at Eight
Just North of
Gulfstream Pork
end One Mile South of
Hollywood
Oe Luxe Clubhouse
Daily Double
Second and Third Race*
MHl on He Minors' 25c
TRANSPORTATION
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*' *' ''0* 30 F, Loud*-
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KENNEL CLUB
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Eyes Examined,
Co'p!ett0pcal%J
n DR- C' I SLAJ)E
127N-E-F>tAJ
Phont 9-4973 f0, Ab
JOHN D. LAirn^l
Contractor tnd Biiiy,
"Cement Work A Speo^l

1469 N. W. 50th St* |
Phone 78-515!
WOODY'S UDB
1550 Alton Rood
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-5655
ACAR AUTO
PAINT & METAL!
Auto Painting and Uphold
2043 N. Miami hm |
PHONE 2-8271
PERRY'S
SERVICE STATION
"Complete Garage S|
3536 W. Flagler SWI
Phone 4-2480
COLLINS AUTO SO
GOODYEAR TfflB
FRIGIDAIBE APPlH
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Phone 7-7112
GENERAL
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)AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
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+Jewistifk)rldliati
PAGE THIRTEEN
CAN YOU STOP ON A DIME?
V

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Mr. Pedestrian-
WALK SAFELY
LIVE
LONGER
CROSS AT CROSSINGS
WAIT-CROSS WITH LIGHT

DON'T STIR OUT FROM
HIND RARKID CARS

ON HIGHWAYS ALWAYS
WALK FACING TRAFFIC
Prepared by Hie Associated Dailies
of Florida, tho Florida Press Asso-
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JRGE'S auto PAINTS & SUPPLIES
I. E. Second Avenue Miami
NEWTON'S TOP SHOP
[W. Flagler Street Miami
RAY & BILL'S SERVICE
AUTO REPAIRING
I W. 62nd Street Phone 7-9320
RAY DOBELBOWER
ROLLINS GARAGE
I W. Filth Street Mian"
Most cars today are old and war-weary. Their average age is
eight years. They need more attention more repairs and
more adjustments for safe driving.
Can you be sure your car will stop at a dangerous intersec-
tion, or remain in control down a steep hill? Are your brakes
efficiently adjusted for quick emergency stops? Don't wait
for a crash to find out. Make periodic examinations of your
safety equipment. Check brakes, steering gear, wheel align-
ment and lights.
You are at the mercy of a ton of fast moving metal. At 40
miles per hour it requires 128 feet for a safe normal stop
from the time your brain tells your foot to step on the brake.
Rememberit's your car and maybe your life, or the lives
of others at stake.
Before you START be sure you can STOPeven on a dime.
Longacre's Sunoco Service Station
1100 Fifth Street Miami Beach
PALLOT TIRE CO.
2246 N. E. Second Avenue Miami
SEMINOLE GARAGE
490 Hialeah Drive HIALEAH P. O. Box 633
CHRISTOPHER MOTORS
1200 N. E. Second Avenue Miami
BRIDGES TRANSFER CO.
1109 N. W. 22nd Street Miami
RIGGLE'S GARAGE
367 N. E. 79th Street
Miami
THE ORIGINAL MANNING'S
829 Biscayne Boulevard Miami
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1032 Fifth Street Miami Beach
H. G. ROGERS AUTO SUPPLIES
2215 N. W. 36th Street Miami


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Gables Men To Give
Burlesque On Fashions
TINVEILINGS "cn7M^er ******
,e iNVEILIN Aid to Rights CauncU
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A "Gableite Fashion Show,
men's idea on latest styles
highlight the Valentim n
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^AY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
J5 CENT HAVE
IE
STUDY SHOWS
least four-fifths of the
can population have feel-
|of hostility toward some
Bty group, Mrs. Louis
fer, president of the Miami
T Women's division of
|can Jewish Congress, re-
to a study group of AJC
leek.
on prejudice were re-
in a scientific study re-
by Dr. Stuart W. Cook,
\>r of AJC's commission on
unity interrelations, Mrs.
ftr said.
fed on the life experiences
college students in ele-
jry psychology courses at
louth, Harvard and Rad-
|the study was made by
L. Allport, professor ol
blogy at Harvard univer-
fnd Bernard M. Kramer, a
rd graduate student,
ity per cent of the stu-
Itested admitted some form
ljudice against some minor-
K>;.;.. the study showed.
Hi), there is reason to sup
Phat college students, espe-
|those studying psychology,
sposed to give less preju-
J responses than more un-
kd groups, still there is no
for believing their life
ences, with which this
[deals, to be any sufficient
ypical," Cook explained,
king from all over the
jy, the students are a fair
liection of the nation's col-
outh, he said.
hen students proved to be
fejudiced than men with 67
nt less prejudiced students
pdcliff, exclusively female
a.s compared with 61 per
ess prejudiced students at
^d and 34 per cent at Dart-
both exclusively male
Bntal influence has a direct
fjship to prejudice, the
revealed. The least preju-
|a;<- the small number (six
ent) who have reacted
____, parents' views and re-
It: .< parental attitude, Cook
sUtad.
H noted was the fact that
Hhication level of parents
Hen appreciable relation to
^kjudice of the studentthe
Education the parents have
Hotv free the child is from
cethe study revealed.
H Glasser made the report
Hssion of AJC's conference
H better human relations.
Hffulvina Weiss, who con-
Bie conference series, anal-
*Prupaganda and Preju-
Jenisfi 11 til, hi
PAGE FIFTEEN
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Ed Fogg. III. Named
Managing Director
Since his rejoining the Land
O'Sun dairies following his dis-
charge from the service. Ed C.
Fogg III., has chalked up a splen-
did record in
his manage-
nient of Land
O'Sun's sales
throughout the
state.
Yesterday Mr.
Fogg's appoint-
m e n t by Mr.
Fogg, Jr., to
man aging di-
rectors hip of
the Miami
FOGG
Beach plant received hearty en-
dorsement by the hundreds of
employees in the organization.
This appointment climaxes
young Fogg's steady rise in the
company with which he has been
associated since 1936 from scrub
Boy to deliveryman to assistant
manager and finally to manager-
ial control.
Although born in Philadelphia
March 27, 1918, young Fogg was
raised in Florida, having attended
the Miami Senior High school and
the University of Florida. From
1943 to 1946 he served in the
finance department of the U. S.
Army and following his discharge
rejoined Land O'Sun.
Land O'Sun has plants located
in Miami Beach and Sarasota and
distributing stations in Key West,
Fort Meyers and Punta Gorda
and produce the highest quality
jf dairy roducts and ice cream.
They also operate large dairy
farms located in Dado and Brow-
ard counties consisting of 1,200
acnes and 1,400 head of Jersey,
Guernsey and Holstein cattle.
CHAPLAIN NAMED"
Rabbi David Raab of Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, has
been appointed Jewish chaplain
at the Boca Raton air base (radar
stations). He will conduct weekly
religious services for Jewish men
there.
BJE Meeting Postponed
Postponed on account of the
cold weather, the directors' meet-
ing of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation will be held Thursday eve-
ning at the Beach Y, according
to A. P. Gannes, executive di-
rector.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
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GULFSTREAM PARK, HAL-
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distance horses, thoroughbreds
capable of travelling a route of
ground, are to be given every
consideration during the coming
race meeting at Gulfstream park,
March 5 through April 19. Rac-
ing Secretary Emmett Hileman,
in compiling his first condition
book, is writing many races into
the initial ten days of sport for
long-winded horses, a policy to
be continued throughout the 40
days of racing.
On March C, second day of the
season, a series of "endurance
races" will be inaugurated, start-
ing at a mile and an eighth and
graduating by degrees to a final
week running of two miles and
70 yards. This series is being
conditioned for horses valued at
from $2,000 to $3,000. The mara-
thon schedule, worked out by
Hileman. President James Donn
and Director of Racing James
Clifford, provides a mile and a
furlong on March 6 for a $2,000
purse; a mile and a quarter on
March 11 for $2,200: a mile and
three-eighths on March 18 for
$2,400; a mile and a half on March
25 for $2,600; a mile and three-
quarters on April 1 for $3,000; a
mile and seven-eighths on April
8 for $3,500. and the final en-
durance test at two miles and 70
yards for a $4,000 purse during
the closing days.
An endurance series is some-
thing brand new to the Florida
sector where racing fans, as else-
where, have shown a decided
preference for all route affairs.
Gulfstream park officials are cer-
tain that this normal interest will
accelerate as distances lengthen
out.
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Doors of the Jewish Home for
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just a little mere than a year
Since the Home's first building
was opened.
Eight oldsters are expected to
move into the Home's new addi-
tion on S. W. Twelfth ave. be-
tween Third and Fourth sts. this
week.
Built at a cost of approximately
$50,000, the new building wiil
house 28 men and women when
completely filled. Eleven resi-
dents are housed in the Home's
original building 'adjacent to the
new structure.
Max Greenberg was in charge
of construction of the new edi- j
flee, made possible with funds j
raised in a recent campaign ;
headed by Sydney L. Weintraub.
Judge Harold B. Spaet serves as
president of the organization.
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PAGE SIXTEEN
+Jeistncridto*_
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY |i
GIRL SCOUT TROOP
IN "PIN" CEREMONY
Thirty girls received their scout
pins during the official Inves-
titure of the Miami Y's Girl Scout
troop three at Beth David syna-
gogue last Sunday. The cere-
mony was conducted by Mrs.
Hyirian Moser, scout troop leader.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president of
the Miami Service league, opened
the meeting and Miss Wanda Holt
of the Dade county Girl Scout
office, gave the offcial oath to the
scouts.
Girls who received their scout
pins are: Sybil Ruth Barnett. Pa-
tricia S. Cromer. Joan Diamond.
Phyllis Doshay. Paula Ann Edel-
stein. Sandra Rose Frogel. Grace
Goldberg. Harriett Harris. Max-
ine H. Hart. Carol Faith Honig.
Sonya M. Hurwitz. Linda Ellen
Kaplan, Beverly M. Katims. Bar-
bara Lazarus. Janet Fare Lazar-
Orlin. Elizabeth Pett. Eleanor
Sachs. Fiona Lee Sherman. San-
us. June Gladys Moser. Joan Lois
dra J. Shier. Adele Siegel. Zelda
J. Silbert Henrietta Silverman.
Paula Sloan. Lee Stein. Corinne
Betty Traeger. Roberta Werner.
Carol Sheila Weisman and Su-
zanne Yaphe.
The troop is a part of the Y's
activity and was organized by the
Miami Service league. Besides
Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Moser,
others taking part in the investi-
ture service were Mrs. B. A.
Sterling. Mrs. Barney Yaphe. Mrs
Edward Stein and Mrs Steinberg
CONOBEOAT,CHMBETSBT4|fc3rLrrS,-"'
M"sr:^^"s r. **** s
Rabb: Mescheloff will preach m L 3:30
Boy Cani Donald Matlin.
p.m. and the Sal ... Bar Mitzva
Son of Mr. and Mrs A .. the ,,>. Inter-
Satui followed by
mediate services 8 enner and
a Kiddush served t both .. s Freedman in
aSisterh : Sudos. H
char- Mia at 5:15 p v a, 630
MeY
BETH TFILAH. 935 EudW.^ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
a
isSha bosM followed by
Da,
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Y Nursery Complimented
The Miami Y nursery received
a high compliment recently from
the Miami Herald. Paula Clark,
one of its staff writers, wrote a
feature article concerning the
child nursery program in Miami.
After listing several nurseries by
name, the article conclude as
follows:
"A little more expensive than
the others, but offering a mod-
ern and superior program is .1
nurserv at the YMHA. 1567 S. W.
Fifth st."
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
RabbiMax Shapiro. Rev. Maunce Mamches. r
Can: '''"'i
thVoffio the Sis! ticipate 11. :. o
-Sis:, Mr '
of the Sist. hood tion in tl num.
In honor of Sisi S ''
the 1 ffenng. Sabbai ["his is the
f foui : |U< Sabbai Passovi Ka >wn as the S
bath ,,f > the tin* when the children ol
oin to the sanctu
TK. rabbj :: lay. student
n, sponsored by the
giSt( ol Mrs, Louis J. Hartz, will ;
Bar lub, sponsored by the
P.T.A., 8:45
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Moses Schupler has opened his the piano. Mrs Samuel Manila
law offices Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schupler. he is a graduate
df the University of Florida.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Samuel Sloan, executive director;
Canlor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Fndaj p.m, Late Friday evening services.
8:15 p.m." Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "Religion Speaks" Cantor
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service. 8:15 | Rabbi L n K ni h will speak
on "The Patriots." fifth in a series : x sermons discussing the
contribution that Judaism n make in the build-
ing of a free world in fact and in s| n will
deal with Lincoln of Harding countj ''' n of Mount Vernon,
Zivia of Warsaw, Trumpeld of Eretz
Yisroel. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m Joseph Standel :. : Mi
and Mrs. Harold Standel. will Mitzva.
Mrs David de Sola Pool, form-
er president of Hadas.sah. spoke at
the Palm Beach hotel Tuesday
evening.
Mrs. Dan Goodmark and Mrs
Julius were hosteses at the social
hour following Friday evening
services in Temple Beth Fl re-
cent!) Nathan Schocoff, assistant
Cantor, officiated in the absence
of Jack Kaner who was suffering
lai yngitis.
spoke on child service and voca-
tional education groups in Pales-1
tine.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwilman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
lay evenini 15 1 n Di Kaplan will conduct the
services and preach the Modern Laws
About Strangers." Robert The:: :.; Mrs David
Bass, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva. Mi and
at the reception in Kaplan hall fol
morning services. 11 a.m.
Max Rubin. New York attor-
ney, was principal speaker at a
recent meeting of the local Ha-
h chapter Mrs David New-
man presented the program. An
original skit was enacted by Mrs.
David Schwartz and Mrs. Larry
Burns with Mrs. Irving Kapner at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Har-
berg are announcing the engip-
ment of their daughter, Miss Loll
Virginia Horberg, Ft. Lauderdik
to George Greenberg, 285 Bar*
lona rd., of this city. Their d-|
ding has been set for April 6.
A native of Lake Worth. It I
Greenberg is the son of Mr. nil
Mrs. Max Greenberg. A gradual
of the University of Florida L|
school, he served as an offksl
with the quartermaster carpi
during the war The couple ii|
reside here.
Cy Argintar and Dave Kattnl
serving on a committee to n*l
the countys quota of a nation!
drive for funds to aid war-de|
tated Greece.
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Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening sen I 8 p.m. Rabl will conduit the
/ices and preach on the ibjeci v Calling."
The sermon will deal with brethren ol
Europe in the I f a report and anah ent nisi
nal initial gift conl f the Uniti Appeal held at
the Hollywood Beach hotel. At this nfi mdei the leader-
ship of Edmund I. Kaufmann a new natioi vjng
was set. The public is invited to attend.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Th.- Rev Paul Redfearn of
Temple Methodist church will speak on ii .. Old \ i Y '" He
is returning Dr. Kaufman's visit to his church. Dr Kaufman was
guest speaker at the church'
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*IDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
+Jmish tkridHan
PAGE SEVENTEEN
)r. Andron To Speak
At Hadassah INF Event
Observing Jewish National Fund
month the Miami Group of Ha-
Eassah will hold a special JNF
program at Kaplan hall of Tern-
pie Israel at 8
b.m. Monday.
Dr. David S.
Vndron, mem-
bership chair-
nan of the Mi-
ami Beach
Zionist district,
n-ill be the
guest speaker.
The Greater
liami Jewish
oik chorus and
ANDRON
irs Irving Genet, concert pian-
t will be featured on the mu-
ll program. Mrs. Harold Cohen,
tNF chairman, will have charge
,f the program.
The event will be a joint meet-
ing of the senior group and the
,ewly organized Business and
'rofessional Women's division of
iami.
Husbands of members as well
is out-of-town guests are invited
o the meeting at which no sohci-
ation of funds will be made.
The BPW division has voted to
eet the first and third Thurs-
ay evenings of each month.
Iharter for the organization is to
,e obtained in the near future.
MJOC Sisterhood Sets
Early Purim Event
Purim will be celebrated early
this year by the Sisterhood of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation which is planning its
annual holiday ball for Wednes-
day evening, Feb. 26, t the
Policemen's Benevolent Associa-
tion hall.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger and Mrs.
Fred Ochs, overall chairmen of
the affair, have appointed Mrs.
George Solinger and Mrs. A.
Sands chairmen of refreshments;
Mrs. Bernard Simon, fund rais-
ing project; Mrs. Max Kupfer-
stein, arrangements; Mrs. M.
Rappaport and Mrs. M. Mintzer,
tickets. A. Pepper is chairman
of the entertainment committee.
Music for the affair will be
provided by Al Kneubler's or-
chestra.
The holiday of Purim will be
observed on March 6 this year.
BLACK BOOK RALLY
TO AIR NAZI CRIMES
The Nazi crime against the
Jewish people will be the sub-
ject of a mass meeting to be held
by the Jewish People's Fraternal
Order lodge 192 at 8 p.m., Sun-
day, in the Central Beach Ele-
mentary school, 1420 Washington
ave.
Principal speaker will be S.
Almazov of New York, national
DR TRIBUTE SLATED
JY ROSE CHAPTER
A tribute to Franklin Delano
toosevelt will be the theme of a
Brotherhood Week program to be
resented at an open meeting of
? Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith
vomen, 8 p.m. Monday at the
3each Y.
Robert Lynn will conduct the
program which will include rec-
ords by Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Roose-
velt, Canada Lee and others.
The public is invited to attend.
SHOLEM LODGE AIDS
NEGRO CENTER DRIVE
In cooperation with the Negro
Service council building cam-
paign, Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith,
is sponsoring sale of tickets for
a benefit performance of "The
Mikado," to be held Tuesday,
Feb. 25, at the Ada Merritt Jun-
ior High school.
Proceeds from the affair will
be applied towards the comple-
tion of the Negro Youth Center,
now under construction at Dixie
park, N. W. 13th st. and Third
ave. Tickets are available at the
Sholem lodge office, 330 Seybold
bldg.
University of Miami Law
School Alumnae association will
hold a regular business meeting
12:15 p.m.. Tuesday, at the Down-
town Club restaurant, Seybold
bldg. Victor Levine, president,
will chair the session.
Gala Dinner Planned
For Temple Anniversary
Fifth anniversary of Temple
Beth Sholom will be cele-
brated with a dinner at the
Copa Cabana Monday evening,
March 10. Mickey Rooney and
Al Jolson are expected to be
among the entertainers.
The dinner is open to mem-
bers and their guests at $50 per
plate, the proceeds to be de-
voted to the work of th Tem-
ple.
Southern Democracy
Is Subject Of Forum
"Democracy in the South" will
be the theme of a forum to be
sponsored by Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, March 11 at the Elks hall,
Miami.
Principal speakers will be Dr.
Elwood C. Nance, president of
Tampa university; the Rev. Jos-
eph Barth, pastor of the Unitar-
ian church of Miami, and Dr.
Gildas Metour of the University
of Miami sociology department.
John Kronenfeld, chairman of
the lodge's committee on public
affairs, will conduct the forum.
Hopping Hearts Dance
Set For Tomorrow
The "Hopping Hearts Dance,"
B'nai B'rith Girls' Valentine af-
fair, will be held Saturday night
at Kaplan hall of Temple Israel.
Sponsoring this event, their
sole fund-raising affair for the
year, are the six youth groups of
B'nai B'rith; DBG, BZB, Jems,
ALS, Winx, and BBG. Each or-
ganization, under its respective
chairman, contributed its collec-
tive talents to a phase of the
preparations. Proceeds of the
affair will be used to assist local
senior lodges in community and
overseas services.
Tickets for the dance are $1.60
"stag or drag" and reservations
may be made through Miss Donna
Feldman, 57 S. E. Seventh st.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle is overall
chairman of the dance.
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Phones 2-5163 9-6727
S. ALMAZOV
director of the Jewish Black Book
committee. Also scheduled to ad-
dress the gathering are Rabbis
Max Shapiro, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff and the Rev. Joseph
Barth.
Discussions at the meeting will
be based upon the "Black Book"
of Nazi atrocities against the
Jewish people. The book was
published by the World Jewish
Congress, Jewish Anti-Fascist
committee of Moscow, the Na-
tional council of Palestine and
the American Council of Jewish
Writers and Scientists.
Admission to the rally will be
50 cents.
hmeihing 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-
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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 oi
Public Instruction
Licensed and experienced instructors
Transportation to and from the Academy
IB 1A children are being accepted
Special Kindergarten
Groups for Children
4 TO SVi YEARS OF AGE
For Further Particulars Communicate with Office5-5319
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ACADEMY COMMITTEE
YPL Dance To Benefit
United Jewish Appeal
Funds realized at the dance
which the Young People's league
will be donated to the United
Jewish Appeal, according to Mar-
tin Goldberg and Selma Lewis,
co-chairman of the event.
Scheduled for 8:30 p.m., the af-
fair will be held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, parent or-
ganization of the league.
Committees working on the af-
fair include Frank Zieve and
Joyce Lichenstein, refreshments;
Al Sussman and Shirley Pardo,
records, and Norma Raskin and
Gil Godley, door committee.
We Buy Sell Rent
Tune Pianos
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2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
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For Hotels, Restaurants.
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Chinaware, Silverware, Glass-
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Phone 9-1912
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DINING ROOM
For 14 Year In Miami Beach Serving "The Ultimate In Fine Food"
Breakfast, Luncheon.
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$1.85
525 41it St., BEACH
PHONE 5-1646
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2058 S. W. 8th Street
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Phone 2-4061
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625 S. Miami Ave.
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222C N. W. 36th Street Phone 3-70S
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AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
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440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2.5294
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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1900 S.W.8IH Stroet Phone 2-1544
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UDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1947
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PAGE NINETEEN
Tri Beta Girls Elect
)fficers. Aid Orphans
Newly elected o'ficers of Tri
jjeta council were installed at
the last meeting by the retiring
president, Harriet Rand.
They are: Dorothy Golden,
president- \udrey Silvern, vice
president, janct Quartin, treas-
urer; Dana Potampkin, recording
Secretary; Margot Ritwe. serg-
Icant-at-arms; Lois Syman, audi-
Er; Estelle Greenberg, chaplain.
The meeting was held at the
fciome of Barbara Weiner, 3020
S. W. Fourth ave.
The council is donating $50 to
Ux fund established by the
rican Committee for Re-
lation of European War
nh'ns.
Iplan menj for ball
Menu for its Purim ball was
submitted to the Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congregation
at a meeting held Wednesday eve-
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jen Stone, 724 S. W. 26th rd.
Members of the refreshment
committee for the March 2 af-
fair are Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff,
chairman, and the Mesdames
Herman Sklansky, David Kleber,
in Stone, George Stone, Her-
ihey Glantz, Sam Blank, Joseph
ISrhwadron, Ben Davis and Joseph
lutansky.
|jCRS Plans Card Party
Members of the Greater Miami
chapter, Jewish Consumptives Re-
in f society, will attend a card
party at the Beach Cabana club,
4323 Collins ave., at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Mark Harris, presi-
dent of the national JCRS coun-
cil, and Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Barman were guests of honor at
|he organization's donor luncheon
y.'- ilnesdaj afternoon at the
aehcombcr.
Mrs. William Levine was chair-
rnan of the luncheon.
>ASTOR TO SPEAK AT Y
Dr. J. H. Daniels, pastor of the
irst Methodist church, will speak
it the Beach Y at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in observance of National
idtherhood Week. Also on the
program will be George Bertman
nd Harold Turk, members of the
Rational Conference of Chris-
;ians and Jews.
JROSSMAN HONORED
Murray Grossman has boon
lected to membership in the
American Institute of Account-
its, national professional society
kf certified public accountants.
Recording to an announcement
bade at the New York head-
piartera this week.
Associated with the firm of
lumin and Roberts, 420 Lincoln
. Grossman is a member of the
Tlorida Institute of Accountants.
We Wish to Extend
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
DUMA'S NURSERY
3801 N. W. 36th St. 8-1797
Citrus and Tropical
FRUIT TREES
Ornamental Shade Tree*
and Shrubbery
Professor Quiz To Stage
'Battle Of Wits' At 'Y'
Miami Vaad Endorses
Second Restaurant
Supervision of the Paramount
restaurant, 411 Washington ave.,
by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus was announced this
week by Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, executive director of the
Vaad.
"This is the second dining room
whose management realizes that
by having no endorsement they
are indirectly making even ques-
tionable restaurants kosher," Rab-
bi Rackovsky said.
The Vaad is ready to super-
vise and endorse kashrus of hotel
and restaurants after proper in-
vestigation, he stated.
PROFESSOR QUIZ
Professor Quiz will stage his
lamous "battle of wits" at the
Beach Y's outdoor youth rally, 8
p.m., Tuesday.
This will be one of a series of
volunteer performances Prof.
Quiz will give at hospitals,
schools and clubs here. At 4 p.m.,
Tuesday, he will do a show for pa-
tients at the National Children's
Cardiac Home.
The regular Thursday broad-
cast of the Professor Quiz pro-
gram will originate from Miami
auditorium at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 20.
Tickets may be obtained by writ-
ing to Radio Station WQAM.
HOLD ONEG SHABAT
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mintzcs, 815
Fourth St., Miami Beach, were
hosts at an Oneg Shabbat for
members and friends of the Pio-
neer Women's organization club
two last Friday night.
Importance of the Shabbat was
explained by Dr. Isaac Unterman.
Guests included Abraham Ham-
len of Boston, Mrs. Bessie Weiss-
man of Chicago and Mrs. Miriam
Brodinsky of Wilmington, Del.
Refreshments and singing of
zmiros followed the program.
11-Year-Old Cantor
To Sing At Synagogue
The "wonder boy cantor," Isro-
likel, will appear this Sabbath at
Congregation Beth Jacob and will
present a concert at 8 p.m. Sun-
day evening.
Eleven years old. Cantor Isro-
likel has been heard in major
cities of the United States and
Canada.
Tickets for the Sabbath ser-
vices and the Sunday concert are
available at the synagogue office.
NEW SPANISH CLASS
Another new class got under
way at the Beach Y this week.
It is a Spanish class for begin-
ners and advanced students to
be taught by Miss Arlenc Glass
every Tuesday evening starting
Feb. 18. Registration may be
made at the Y office.
GREETINGS
THE BEST IN
FINE LIQUORS
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ROOM
350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami

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ALEXANDER 0. SMITH
REAL ESTATE
305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE ...
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GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058
Service On All Makes Radios
BEST WISHES ON BROTHERHOOD
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 DuPont Building Phone 2-4033
BEST WISHES TO ALL ON BROTHERHOOD .
McFARLAND AWNING CORPORATION
If It's Canvas We Can Make It"
TROPICAL FURNITURE
742 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-6042
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
KOCH WOODWORK SHOP
INTERIOR WOODWORK
2253 N. W. FIRST STREET
PHONE 9-2341


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MAY THE BROTHERHOOD BRING
PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
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208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
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GREETINGS .
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150 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-8669


PAGE TWENTY
Lodge To Broadcast
School Debate Finals
Finals for the Sholem lodge-
sponsored high school debate con-
test are slated for March 1 at xhe
Mayfair theatre, according to Je-
rome Weinkle. chairman. Last
phase of the contest will be heard
on Station WGBS from 9:30 to
10 30 a.m. that day.
Seven local high school! are
now holding eliminations to
choose teams for the semi-finals
which will be held Feb. 24 and
25 at the University of Miai
With the debate contest ex-
pected to become an annual
project of the lodge, the organi-
zation is arranging to present a
trophy to the winning school
each year. Participants will be
presented dec.
Winners of the contest.
concerns presidential succession.
will be awarded a trip to Wash-
ington. D. C. during spring vaca-
tion. Rep Gc Ihera will
act as host I the winni rs
Assisting Weinkle in arranging
the contest is Sidney A-
DESERTION BUREAU
SEEKS JOSEPHSON
Infoi mati n nceming I h t
w.-.e:-->, ..-..- : H .-. r r y Lc
Josephs is being sought by thi
nal Desc::. n n be-
half : his minor
Bernard and Josej .. rrently
living l their r in the
B: : >:. N". Y. They r-
J son has neg-
lected to ser. i I j n I!
rt sin ._ June, 1945.
Josep .- n, vrt : last 1 ved in
Miami, was born on Apri
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145 :
brown eyes. He v
tache and tatt n bot
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Inf rmati I him should
be sent t the bureau at 67 W.
47th ,i New V rk City.
^ IRVING BEH^n7aD0PTED AS OFFICIAL
TUNE OF BROTHERHOOD WEEK
:: was announced by icrrr.e: ^---::V;"3rc.herheod
Mr. Winan: is genera, cr.airrr.ar. .. e
Week sponsored for the 144 5Eb 3*
NationaJ Conference during toe *ee.< c: reu r
The words of the song follow
HELP ME TO HELP MY NEIGHBOR
3-, IRVISG BERLIN
Help me to help my neighbor:
Help me to understand;
Help rr.e to bear the pleading
Of en outstretched empty hand:
Help me to do to others
As I'd have them do to me;
Help me to help my neighbor
Whatever b:s faith may be:
Help me to see c heavy bear-
Behind a smiling face:
Help me to judge cs I'd be judged
If I were in his place;
The night is dark
And the way is long
On a road that has no er.d:
Help me to help my neighboi
Help me to be his friend.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
SEASON' GREETINGS .
INCORPORATED
PLUMBERS
218 N. E. Sixth Street Phone 2-3119
BEST WISHES TO ALL
JOSEPH LANGNER, INC.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD TO ALL .
Table Tennis Tourney Set
F urth annual Gr< iti
table nnis toun
1 held on Feb. 23 under the
pices of the U. S. Table Tennis
ns red by thi
Beach Y at 1 Lincoln rd.. Ran ly
ent lirecl
:..-. an
Entry blanks may be
l thi B< V T also
tributed to high schools.
colleges and ther agencies with
leadline for all ent:
6 p m. Friday. Feb. 21. Addition-
al information may be obtained
by telephoning the Y.
GREETINGS
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
Wiring I
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3400 North Miami Avenue
PHONES: 3-62947-3082
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JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER
Palm Beach247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York
TO DISCUSS BUDGET
th<
year will
at a gi m ting of the con-
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mi nt iu< .;'. be held.
US
PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
BILL BATTCDCK
Interiors Exteriors
529 N. E. 62nd Street
PHONE 78-1515
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builder
724 N. W. 21st Street
NEWS TOWER
SEASON'S GREETINGS
[GABS
and
HENRY'S SERVICE
STATION
904 Fifth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
Their Customers
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717
Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies. Cakes and Sweet Rolls
Washing and Polishing Lubrication Batteries Tires
Mechanic on Duly Pick-Up and Delivery
71ST STREET SERVICE STATION
C. A. Ma DONALD
SHELL SERVICE
337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170-3747
BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD .
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
(Not Incorporated)
U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS
600 N. E. First Avenue Telephone 3-5308
2644 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9529
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PIPE & SUPPLY CO., L1L
3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473
Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
SCHNEIDER
DYNAMITE
and
MACHINERY
Company
990 N. W. N. Rirer Driv.
Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265
EXCAVATING HAULING
Call 3-0306
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EXPERT BODY and FENDER REPAIRING
PAINTING and GLASS WORK
1759 PALM AVENUEHIALEAH. FLORIDA
PHONE 8-1486


llDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947
ingress Establishes
Bung People's Group
Lg part of an intense organi-
lal program in this area, the
herican Jewish Congress is
ablishing a youth group for
^Jewisfi fhoridllain
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Actor. Soprano To Apptar For Labor Committee -
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men and women.
nth several preliminary meet-
held within the past two
tks, the youth group will con-
L again at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Khe home of Miss Civie Appel,
Royal Palm ave.
temporary officers of the group
Victor P. Silverman, chair-
i; Miss Appel, secretary; Jerry
Jenberg, treasurer. Commit-
|heads are Miss Helene Schu-
pn, organization chairman; Al
er, by-laws; Miss Natalie
dra Frankel, nominations,
hey were named at a meeting
J ;it the home of Miss Schu-
Cn. 414") Royal Palm ave., Sun-
| evening. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
dent of the Beach Women's
sion of AJC, and L. Roy
nenthal, national director of
Hie relations for AJC, ad-
scd the gathering. Mrs.
iser stressed the need for
|>g people' to train for leader-
in Congress' activities,
liss Schumann was previously
jess to "5 young people at a
Itail party designed to initi-
jthe ^Idup.
bung men and women be-
In the ages of 18 and 30 years
Invited to join the group. A
ll hour follows each meeting,
formation about the organi-
i may be obtained from Miss
BEST WISHES TO ALL
DOLIVA'S
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO.
USED RESTAURANT
HOTEL
KITCHEN and
BAR EQUIPMENT
Bought Sold and Traded
1119 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887

HERTZ GROSBARD
Hertz Grosbard, character actor.
and Miss Estclla Glazer, lyric so-
prano, will present a joint con-
cert at the Miami Beach Senior
High school Sunday evening.
Sponsored by the Jewish Labor
committee, the concert will bene-
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MISS ESTELLA GLAZER
fit a fund to aid orphan children
of Europe.
Acting in the style of Ruth
Draper, Mr. Grosbard presents a
drama in which he takes all parts.
Tickets will be on sale at the
door.
lists To Inaugurate
Radio Series
|w series of "Palestine Re-
weekly radio program
bred by the Miami Beach
p district, will be inaugu-
this Sunday evening when
[aharn Goodman, national
(irer of the Zionist Organi-
of America, interprets the
news from Palestine.
bnie of the new series will
ke analysis of weekly news
Palestine and the Zionist
pod Stone, cochairman of
relations for the Beach
pt district, will continue to
as moderator for the pro-
wlnch will feature the
bns of well-known authori-
se Palestine question.
programs may be heard
Station WKAT at 7:45 p.m.
day.
Histadrut Campaigner
To Address Pioneers
Here in the interest of fund
raising for Histadrut. Palestine
labor federation, Abe Hamlen of
Boston, will be guest speaker at
a program planned by Pioneer
Women's organization, club two.
The event, to be held Feb. 22
at the William Penn hotel, will
benefit the child rescue and Jew-
ish National Fund program of the
club.
Arthur Wolfson, composer and
folk singer, and Mollie Kaufman,
singer, will provide the musical
portion of the evening.
Mrs. A. M. Dorff, chairman of
the rescue fund, and Mrs. Joe
Mintzes, JNF chairman, are in
charge of arrangements.
Ih to Extend the Hand of
I Fellowship to My Friendi
Flagier St. Phone 2-3718
EASON'S GREETINGS
V
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CLUB-BAR
|181 CORAL WAY
GREETINGS
MUCH SHOP
N- E. 2nd Avenu
PHONE 2-9361
Motor Parts Machine Shop
SIMPLEX SALES CO.
J. V. BOYETT, Owner
Phone 2-0291
29 N. E. 29th Street
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
CHARRON WILLIAMS
Commercial College
Special Night School Classes
Monday, Wcdne-day, Friday
6:30 to 9:00 P.M.
Sixth Floor, Postal Building
PHONE 3-4859
Mary Williams, B.C.S., Dir.
THE MIAMI BEACH
YOUTH CENTER
NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
A FRIENDT. O. D.
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
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514 Washington Avenue
EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO THEIR
MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Telephone 5-6791
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1452 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-4153
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