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The Jewish Floridian ( February 28, 1947 )

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bUEIIiOiPiidliiaun Z^^y^THE JEWISH U N I TjQ ana THE JEW I SH WEEKL 20—NUMBER 9 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS d. Mobilizes Visitors; Units Map Action kzation of the community 81,309,741 Combined Jewkeal will be increased with lanization of winter resij aid the campaign, accordDavid Phillips, who has 750 winter residents to [a brunch at the Shelborne (t 10 a.m. Sunday. pnsrcl of men and women uintain homes here for part year, the winter residents is a new unit of the cambugh they contribute to Igns in their own home [many visitors want to sup\K Greater Miami campaign they feel they are part community, Phillips said. \. Paulette Oppert, wartime underground leader, will the meeting Sunday. line the event with PhilIre Harry Aberman, Jack R, William Apte, George an, Jack Dubinsky, Morris man. Alex Goldblatt, IrvHirsch, Max Iralson, Abe I Louis Krensky, I. Joseph j Bernard Sharp, Charles J. and Dr. Joseph Weidberg. Oppert will also be prin^peaker at a—supper meetthe beverage division at i.m Sunday at the ShelFifty leaders of the diof which Harold Cohen avid Blank are cochairmen, bected to attend. Key workthe unit are Herbert Blu|Harns H. Gelder, Michael Hn, Sam Weider, Jack er. Isador Braverman and Jicdcrman. her division of the drive let under way at 8 p.m. |ry at the Miami Beach Jewer when social and eduworkera meet with Mrs. HI Meyers, chairman, (ring committee for the includes Charles Cohen, Barron, Maurice GrossP. Cannes, George Talialaomi Grossman, Jack MaMorris Klass, Rabbi Irving Ian. Rabbi Leon Kronish, | Murray Grauer and Rabbi lescheloff. Mme. Oppert idress the gathering, rgent appeal for volunteer pen workers was made by Emphasizes Need ed Cross Aid county's 1947 American oss campaign—with a goal .000 and an army of more )0 volunteer workers—got an early start this week, approximately 200 fund attending the Tuesday kick-off dinner at Hotel r. nc impetus to the local fin was Maj.-Gen. James |vm, commander of the faB-nd airborne division, who thvssing the audience, reId his various encounters fed Cross service during the addressing the group was Pane Wolpert, 17, senior at IHigh and representative to 'apter's Junior Red Cross HH. Hyman, chairman %  Jade county chapter's 1947 T"^_ cam Paign, presided. 1947 Red Cross campaign Mnue both locally and nathrough the month of Proclaimed by President M Red Cross Month. Campaign Postponed Postponement of the Combined Jewish Appeal was announced this week by Stanley C. Myers, chairman. Dates of the drive win be March 16 to 26 with a kickoff brunch, scheduled to launch the $1,309,741 campaign March 16. Spiritual leaders of the community have proclaimed Friday, March 14, and Saturday. March IS, as Federation Sabbath. Leon Kaplan and Jack Abbott, Miami and Miami Beach chairmen of the metropolitan unit, at a meeting Monday night at the National hotel. The chairmen reported that all 80 men and women who attended the meeting have made their contributions to the campaign. The unit, which will be responsible for a large portion of the funds to be raised, expects to enlist 200 Miamians and 450 residents of the Beach into teams to canvass the area. Volunteers may contact the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offices, Congress bldg., for assignments. Bevin Says U. S. Blocked Solution Of Palestine Issue Women Pledge $11,000 After Stirring Appeal When non-Jewish families took Jewish orphans into their homes during the German occupation of I home there France, iWmeant not only perj sonal sacrifice of their short food rations, but death or sentence to a concentration camp if they were caught giving sanctuary. "If they could do that, there is no limit to what you in America can give in terms of money," declared Mme. Paulette Oppert, former French underground leader, at a "sacrifice" luncheon for the women's division of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal at Ciro's, Wednesday. At a result, nearly 400 women who attended contributed more than $11,000 to the $1,309,741 campaign for refugees, overseas needs. Palestine and SO other humanitarian agencies. The gifts were independent of their husband's or other family pledges to the drive. Plans also were announced for a luncheon of majors and captains at Al's Rendezvous at 11 a.m. Monday. 3 Plans For Palestine Offered By Agency LONDON (JTA).—The Jewish Agency delegation which conducted informal talks on Palestine with British officials offered Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin three alternatives when it rejected his final proposal, it was revealed here during the week-end with the publication of the text of the Jewish reply. The alternatives, which were turned down by Bevin and Colonial Secretary Arthur CreechJones, were: 1. An independent Jewish state in all of Palestine. 2. An independent Jewish state in a partitioned Palestine along the lines suggested by the Jewish Agency last summer; or 3. Contribution of the mandate without restrictions pending a final solution of the entire issue. The text of the reply stated that the Agency executive would recommend acceptance of the partition proposal if it gave the Jews control of immigration and development and representation at the United Nations. It also pointed out that until there is a final solution, the Jewish Agency must insist upon the rights of the Jewish people to return to Palestine and set up a national LONDON. Feb. 25 (JTA>—In a bitter statement on Palestine today, Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin accused the U. S. government of hindering a solution of the problem and charged American Jews with influencing the Jewish Agency not to attend the recent London conference. Opening a full-dress debate in the House of Commons, Bevin said that Jewish immigration into Palestine could have been increased if American pressure had not caused bitterness. He advised the U. S. to recognize the fact that Britain is the mandatory power and has certain responsibilities in Palestine, adding that under the mandate it was* not empowered to accept a Jewish state. The foreign secretary pointed out that establishment of a Jewish state had not been recommended by the Anglo-American inquiry commission and charged the U. S. with accepting only that part of the committee report which called for the admission of 100,000 Jews, while Britain was willing to accept the report as a whole. Irgun Cuts Pipeline. Attacks RAF Field JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Irgun Zvai Leumi this week cut the Iraq-Palestine pipeline and attacked a Royal Air Force field south of Haifa. The new outbreak of violence alerted British troops throughout Palestine. A police communique said that the pipeline had been cut at two places near Haifa, but the Irgun said that it had blasted the line in four places. Earlier, two electrically-detonated land mines blew up a British military truck, injuring four soldiers, one seriously. The explosion occurred on Ramallah road, on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Immediately after the blast traffic to and from the four security zones in Jerusalem was halted, and police patrols were sent to the scene of the explosion. Rights For Jews Sought In Austrian Treaty By WJC LONDON (JTA)—A memorandum containing 15 provisions for inclusion in the Austrian peace treaty and which suggests more stringent safeguards for Jewish rights than those included in the Rumanian, Hungarian and Bulgarian treaties has been forward" ed to the Big Four ministers' deputies by the World Jewish Congress. The political clauses offered in the'memorandum would guarantee human rights, outlaw discrimination and guarantee the Jews the same status as Austrian nationals which they held before the Anschluss. Another clause would require Austria to give Jewish refugees and DP's preferential treatment over all others as well as providing them full protection by the projected International Refugee Organization. Included among the economic clauses suggested are indemnification for property losses, restitution and the right to transfer assets and property abroad free of all taxes. The memorandum also asks that Austrian court decisions on property, human rights and discrimination be subject to review by an Allied authority under United Nations supervision. Bevin In Truman Misleading" Charge WASHINGTON (JTA).—The British government hat been asked by U. S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall for clarification of Britain's intenof its plan to refer the Palestine tion regarding certain aspects problem to the United Nations, it was revealed here by Michael J. McDermoit, special press assistant to Secretary Marshall. Bevin asserted that the mandate contains contradictory promises and provides for a "virtual invasion" by thousands of Jews, at the same time that it states that "the people in possession must not be disturbed." The history of the past 25 years has proved that these dual aims cannot be accomplished without a conflict, he declared. Disclosing that he had requested Sir Alexander Cadogan, British representative at the United Nations, to ascertain whether it would be possible to submit the issue to the U.N. before September, when the general assembly s scheduled to meet, Bevin said .hat he would prefer, even now, .o deal with the problem on a humanitarian basis, rather than io to the U.N. "There is a chance of settlement yet if people will come off their arbitrary position, without going to the United Nations. I am still willing to try," he declared. If the question goes to the U.N., however, it must decide the following points, he stated: 1. Whether to admit the claim for a Jewish state: 2. Whether to admit the claim for an Arab state, in which a Jewish national home would be safeguarded; or 3. Whether to favor creation of a Palestinian state balancing the interest of both communities. The British government agrees that the White Paper is unworkable, but it cannot abandon it without substituting another policy, the foreign secretary stressed. He declared that Britain had entered into various negotiations in an attempt to arrive at a satisfactory substitute, but had been thwarted by the attitude of the U. S. and the Jewish Agency. He charged that both Jews and Arabs would cooperate but for the agency's interference and atWASHINGTON. — The White House Wednesday answered British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin's charge that President Truman wrecked the Palestine negotiations last October by politically-inspired statements on the Jewish question. In emphatic language, the statement said "the impression that has arisen from yesterday's debate in the British parliament that America's interest in Palestine and the settlement of Jews there is motivated by partisan and local politics is most unfortunate and misleading," a formal White House statement said. The White House retorted bluntly that Mr. Truman was merely reaffirming the attitude toward Jewish immigration into Palestine which this government has maintained publicly since the summer of 1945. "This attitude was and is based upon the deaire of the President to advance a just solution of the Palestine problem," the White House said. tacked its claim for Jewish representation at the U.N., commenting: "Are we in the U.N. as a religion or a nation?" He added that those Jews "who had grown up in the British custom" wanted to attend the Palestine conference, but the Jewish Agency, "largely dominated from New York," would not agree. Bevin referred to the Yom Kippur statement of President, in which the latter reiterated his demand for the admission of 100.000 Jews and endorsed the Jewish Agency proposal for establishment of a "viable Jewish stale." He said that while in Paris for a meeting of the Foreign Ministers Council, he had been informed by Prime Minister Ailee that Truman planned io issue such a statement. He went to see the then Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, telling him that "we were on the road, if only the U. S. would leave us alone." and begged that the Truman statement not be issued. Byrnes replied that it could not be stopped, because Thomas E. Dewey. who was then running for re-election as Governor of New York, was planning to issue a similar statement. "I cannot settle things, if problems are made the subject of election rivalries." Bevin added. He expressed the belief that the Arabs could be persuaded to agree to the admission of 100.000 Jews "in an orderly way on humanitarian grounds," if immigration after that we>e to be determined by the "elected representatives of the people of Palestine." \



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+Jmi§l>ftarMta*L !" >AYj gRU An PAGE TWO Penonally Speaking. ... Frie „as o, M, M,, *, jgMf-J^ --* gfc£ >££ Stone are being inv;ted to atAb ash is; the >££ Miami and Mrs J. Hochman. Mrs. tend an open house in honor of ^^^ N j. The Schon. Miss^R. Sterbokov their 25th wedding anniversary = FS 6 P~ Sunday. Mr~^ ^^ "^ oX^*^^ and Mrs. George Stone .will be *}£* %  £ '^.^ anni and Mrs. Simon April. hosts at their home. 2127 & w. "£"£!* and Samuel ^Bemm's brother. Max Ber16th ter. Mr. Stones mother, ^ers^o.^. ana ^ Q( Lexmqton „ Mrs. Sarah Stone will assist in ^ aa ,J "^V and respending the winter at Red receiving guest, Out-oMown 2~J*J Jf^ Mrs. &d ." Visitors at the Gotham guests expected for the ce.eorcr^r e v 0 f Miami gave hotel, Miami Beach are Mr. „on include Mr. and Mr.. HygjgJEy a: ^y Jtauand Mrs. Phi' man lipsitz and Mr. and Mrs. Hcc^mcr. s are vaBnahton. Mass. Miss Remmer, Mr. Cowen To Be Wed Sunday Of interest in Miami and Harrisburg, Pa., i> the forthcoming marriage of Miss Emily Remmer s L. Cowen which is mnounced by the bnde-elecfs t her, Mrs. Rubin Remmer of Harrisburg. Tin' couple will be married at Sui day in the study of the ,,: Dr. Louis I. Newman. rabbi of Rodeph Sholom Reform -, n pli ol New York city. A wedding breakfast will be served bridal party at the Waldorf ts expected for the ce 4 ec:cpr-— %  %  "-gave'hotel, Miami Beach are mi. t0 th e briaal pany ai "Tf u ^*&^&%SJESW&~\?* M:s L P hihp Shapiro of Astoria hotel New York, follow ogress Mrs. Ariel Durante wife of total Mrs. ~>c,^. and Mrs. -he phUosopher-htslonan, W.l Casper Wiseman of Savannah relatives of Mrs. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. A. Berqer 1234 S. W. Fourth st., will entertain friends of the family ot the Br:s of their grendsor., Stephen Jay Bronis, at 1:30 p.m. Sunday Son of Mr. and Mrs. 'ory Bronis, Stephen Jay was born Sunday afternoon ct Jackson Memorial hospital. His mother |_""_ v ^j^ z ~ z ELagiewood Miami to continue on a nationK, ? e •.:;-•;: %  .-.: =1 the wide lecture tour. He is now the ceremony. Miss Remmer is a graduate of a] High school and the g, i of Commerce and ConP^B^Berkowia is at Jackson ra Lear of the Lear Memorial hosf tal recuperatin >1 1010 West ave., Miami from an operation ... Confined Beach ,,, Di Durante author of Ihe Durar.te is now a guest ot vi rf MusR of Harris burg. < T — 1" ikn T onr %  f-m ** A. SOS Co.C M J -,o his btc 4 Drosthe Miami last ; c: "... \ tc Beach hotel Monday evening and has left is the former Thelma Beraer twin dcughter of the Bergers. Beach, Mrs I::inlixaMiss Natalie Sandra Frankel ... y_ :5 Harold .-;-; .-. the \:r.s in five volumes the first and Miss Florence Stein enterR ova ] z z : -_ -_-f ~* y_: ;• which have already :„ en employed on Capitol Harrisburg for a number /ears and recently was asso.vith the bureau of em, at | nt and unemployment mpensation in the department of labor and industry. Member i f a pioneer Harrisburg family, she was active in war work and with various departof the state of Pennsyl*n Essen. Mi to 7',1 %  of the local Sj* lect supplies f or J**! vivort. ^* l W M A. j. Tobia named SOS chairm.*^ Miami Beach. fc^S tributions leapoSTSJ home. 849 Lenox SJ J* permanent depot J ^ were shipped oul i ul JJ national SOS hstdsjJS Mt. Vernon. N. Y,?J reported Similar shipZ are made every rhret £7 months. "* vania. Mr. Cowen has lived in Miami tained at a cocktail party Saturj^jjg p j.^ : -._-.. : : .• 3. reer. pubushed They are "Our practically all of his life, coming day evening at the former's ._,_. %  „. z:e % %  ;•_;-: \'_;-; Mrs home, 330 19th st.. Miami Beach g^ ::\r will be The Age Celebrating their 25th wedmore ding anniversary Sunday eveMrs.JeanSe:~ -:--..".::..". ning ct a small dinner party Gve ^ Co-:o.-.u: 3rove ~ ; : were Nt. ar.d Mrs. Aaron Goldtess Sur.cav a::e::.::.-. a: ::. The Life of ere as a boy In May, 19W. He is IOT'S Christ. ife member of Biscayne Bay Free and Accepted affiliated with mburg, 219 S. W. 11th ave. open house Joining them were their son-inbrother-in-law zr.z sister Ros ge 124. %  t 'the Miami and Miami Beach Chambers of Comand the National Shoe Reassociation. He is also a .-.. J950, For the ; years his wife r:e! has been his researcher. bey bave twice acne around harter member of Temple Israel lew and daughters, Mr. and and j^g David Weiss :r. their the world ar.d have ~zde five ,,f Miami. Mrs. Herbert Bocr.er and Miss. 33^ anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. pilgrimages to Europe and the Following a wedding trip. Mr. slyn Goldenburg, ar.d grand-1 Vv'eiss will return will be held this Sunday night at the Temple, 41st st. and Chase ave The dance starts at 8:30 p.m. .. to their home Near Ea=: Mrs Durar.te hopes Cowen and his bride will be at daughter, Linda Bogner. The| i n New y ork arter a :wo weeks' to bring out a book of her own %  Shelborne hotel, Miami Goldenburgs have been Miami %  visit here Assisting Mrs. Sencr. The History of the Women Beach aft, r M arch 9 residents since coming here :n at the ^^ Sunday were of the French Salon." „ ~~— ~ -. from New York eight years ago. her son and daU g h er Manuel | Morris Haas of Morristown, Fratority Flans Uance Miss Mccaleer. Schulman. and Shirley. Guests included [ N. J., is visiting his brother, A dance for members and guests daughter ot Mr. cr.a Mrs. Harry f^ and Mrs Nathan Adelman,! Samuel Haas, of 3388 Matilda of Temple Beth Sholom Fratority Schulman was entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, i-t. Harry Growman of New a shower Sunday^ afternoon. ^5. Ethel shochet. Mr. and York has joined his wife at Hostesses were the Misses Judy MrgHerman Slepian, Mr. and i their home, 1627 N. W. First st. and Rita Weiss. Miss Schu Mrs Harry Growman. Samuel They will return to New York man is the bride-elect of Jack Haas Moriis Haas Miss NormQ for he A u 3 weddm of their Kamenorf c Or.cndo Haas m and M:s A KrQnen S00| MortQn £ Growman and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan feld and R Epste;n ... Miss Dessie Lichman oj New are spending a rew weeks in, S usan Laura Berson cele-jYork. Miss Lichman is the Savannah Gc. Tney expect to brated her first bi r,hday Sunday daughter of Mrs. Rose Lichman M U "^ C, aS !T! r u %  A A a t a P : ^ 9'ven by her grand-1 and the late Max Lichman. Her Miss Gertrude Schneider and motherSi Mrs R / Berso ^ and fianC e was a first lieu.enan her fiance, Benjamin S. Abrash, ^5 R Melinson, at the home! during the war. They plan to of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i spend their honevmoon in William Berson, 2400 S. W. 21st Miami st. Monetary girts which Susan Visiting Dr. and Mrs. RanLaura received were set aside • dolph Shevach, 3426 Prairie of the child rescue fund of the ave., are his parents, Mr. and Pioneer Women's Orgaaization. Mrs. Harry Shevach of New Special guests were Johnny BerYork. ^~. son, Teddy and Melvin Black, f. J Carol Ann and Steve Foxman, 'L£ ,. % I Lois Glantz and Mike Schon. JilirfllNDS Also attending were Mr. and C/BBl!^ M rS S %  \ h l r?\ David Greenberg of Philadelphia, Mrs. S. Brotman, Mrs. E. Footer of Brooklyn, Miss Ruth Brotman, Mrs. A. Berson, N. Mink, Mr. and Mrs. S. Spector and S. Rachlis of Philadelphia, Mr. and were feted at a cocktail party Sunday afternoon at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan, 3724 Pine Tree dr. Miss Schneider is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schneider, CHOU-CHOU PLATFORM SANDALS are new and footflattering CAMP SKYLARK Inc. FOR GIRLS ON OSCEOLA LAiCE HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Telephone Dorothea Dubler at 9-1923 Miami Girls 6 to 16 Now Being Enrolled Miss Edelman Is „ Of Bernard Rosenblatt M 1 ssIn,,.,I. ; ,. E Rosenblatt was discharged fq the Army m November torn ing two years service in Philippines Following a honeymoon mis Palm Beach, the couple will side at 901 Euclid ave *6 98 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phono 3-3720 Pli-mode's new playshoes, with sectional platform soles and heels—to play up your pretty feet. Embossed elk (resembles alligator) in green, brown or red. Smooth white elk, or black suede, all exclusive with Burdine's in Miami. Leather-soled, for good service. MIAMI STORE. BUDGET SHOES, FOURTH I'I.i>l! CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Cut FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "hi the Land oj the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE, N.C • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor R* tion • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Dim* 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami 1 PHONE 5-5975 ltncotn COl> OAO MIAMI BtAC 0A0 / TOUJW I tASI FLAGUI Al 1 OP€N 4JA |K MIAMI A^v C#tN A M FOR RENT BEDROOM APARTMENT Daily Maid Service ana FREE UTILITIES From March 25th to September JOth Reasonable Summer Rates Apply at Premitci Between 9 and 12 A.M. Daily or Call 5-9406 tor Appointment Ask for Mr. Saklos Beach Plaza Apartment 4101 Indian Creek Drive Corner 41st St.—Apartment 12 DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100o Wool Angora—Sport Yarn—Corde Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 6th St. Next to Oade Pharm. Benjamin Coleman, M. D., D. D. S. Announces the Removal oi His Offices to 350 LINCOLN ROAD. Lincoln Building MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Practice Limited to EXODONTIA AND ORAL SURGERY Business Phone 5-7407 Residence Phone 5-4898 THEATRE, What She Did Was Unconventional -But It VTasStn* Unintentional! BETTY GRABU DICK HAYMS ALLYN JOSLV* GENE LOCKHAHT AN N HEVEM "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim'' 1N TECHNICOLOR With 11 N.* Jf* fore UnpubU*^ Gihwin Son*'%£$A



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JAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 +Jenistncridlton PAGE THREE tond Interfaith Event ^eduled For Monday Cause ot the success of last K interfaith meeting and to W. .in appropriate setting, iplc Israel Sisterhood's second Vil interfaith program will be in the Temple auditorium L r 0 n Monday afternoon at 2 ck. Andrew W. Gottschall, dih,,,f the Miami Round Table |he National Conference of Jtians and Jews, will give the Li,, address. The program hlsa include a book review. selections and organ music. [o meeting is open to the en[ommunity and in order to best the interfaith ideal, member is urged to invite Elian friends and neighbors, |Rcba Engler Epstein, presiannounces. Embers of the March hostess flittee will preside at the tea in Kaplan hall following %  program. Headed by Mrs. | D. Singer, chairman for the |h. hostesses include Mrs. ph Wertheimer, Mrs. Stella man. Mrs. Colman A. ZwitMrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Simons, Mrs. H. Boyell. Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Sol Magnus. fedward Oxenberg, Mrs. Max lit/. Mrs. Bertha Lach, Mrs. nc Jackson, Mrs. Frank S. Mrs. Louis Mendelson, Esther M. Loveman, Mrs. tm Lehman, Mrs. J. Gerald Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Mevins, Mrs. Ned Sail. lAlfred A. Morris. Mrs. Isaac cohostess for March, is \itm chairman for the intermeeting. committee will function as ^hood hostesses throughout nontli of March, including bgular Sabbath evening reins after Friday evening les. DR. WISE TO SPEAK AT CENTER SERVICES Dr. Stephen S. Wise will make his annual appearance on the pulpit of the Miami Beach Jewish Center during services this evening. World renowned, Dr. Wise was instrumental in the founding of the Free Synagogue in New York, the Jewish Institute of Religion, the American Jewish Congress, World Jewish Congress and the Zionist Organization of America. He has been president of AJC, WJC and the institute. Dr. Wise will be introduced by Rabbi Irving Lehrman who will conduct the services. i\ Guests Donate |NF At Party pts at the Lynmar hotel jbutcd approximately $300 Jewish National Fund at a Saturday evening, accordLouis Wolk of Chicago, ber of t h e arrangements Jit tec. on the committee were Walovich, manager of the and M. Lukofsky of ToM. Rifkin and L. Davis of lo. %  rtainment was provided by Cosloff of Chicago, Mrs. bhen of Toronto, Mrs. T. kon of Brooklyn and Mrs. S. ff of Philadelphia. NEW RADIO SERIES "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans." a new series of weekly radio stories will be presented over Station WINZ each Sunday at 10:15 a.m. for 13 weeks commencing Sunday. The life of Wendell Willkie. starring Quentin Reynolds, has been selected for the premiere. Sponsored by the Institute for Democratic Education, the series will dramatize the contributions of great men and women who left an indelible impression upon the world. Casts include top-flight stars of Broadway and Hollywood, and featured radio players from national network shows. Rabbi Rosenblum Speaks Concluding a series of three lectures on "Man's Social Responsibility," Rabbi William Rosenblum, president of the Synagogus Council of America, will speak in the University of Miami theatre at 8:15 p.m., Monday, March 10. The series is sponsored jointly by the University and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. JM £taA iP/Jtvaol KINDERGARTEN THROUGH TWELFTH GRADES MORNING AND ALL DAY SESSIONS Morning: Outdoor individual academic instruction Afternoon: Music, Art, Dramatics, Swimming DA R. LEAR PHONE 1010 West Avenue Dlr tor 5-0606 Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 1400 HOLLYWOOD LUMBER COMPANY FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS 1x6 1x8 "2x4 2x6 2x8 2x10 DOORS SCREENS WINDOWS TRIM MOLDING BASTE Seasonably Priced Prompt Delivery [Hollywood Blvd. at Seaboard Railway Station HOLLYWOOD RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS BRAGGIOTTI and CHAIKIN Duo Pianists In a Program from Bach to Boogie-Woogie — Child Re cue Fund — European Displaced Children sponsored by Kadimah Chapter — Pioneer Women MIAMI EDISON HIGH SCHOOL [SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH— 8:30 P.M. Vile Sc c, >ns at *' *' 50-42.00-42-50 Plus 20", Federal Tax |nio'**£o*



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fje^lsHhr/d^fl PAGE FOUR FEBRUAft. Editorial WORLD WILL NOT BE FOOLED The inevitable has happened The^ayal of ^onuses first by the Churchill Government and now oy Government has created a tragic s.uat on oMhe H ^ ^ For years Britain has been toying[With £^ om £ 8 an d aspirations. For years there bat £SHtoEnMW have shameful betrayals. For years pious **• ^ been raising Jewish hopes *"££** %  fSaXdote. For years studiously avoided responsibility underthemamKn ^ she has sought to escape her gE!ttbZl£** British Declaration. The terrorism of J^^^St of word indifference, procrastination and of Britain s vioia d £ ?£, h ove*->-*-•• J g* *5553s; .sent plight upon PresiThe White House has ...legations and a reiteraSon" of its demands for immigration and proper treatment to the "^Tn^'present utterances and attempted sh.hingof blame again confirm British policy of machination. World public opinion will not be fooled. RED CROSS We drive on with drives and become *o accustomed to solicitations for the different causes that soon all appear alike. We call especial attention to the current Red Cross fund camPai9 Through our generous support of the Red Cross we strengthen a vast program of mercy and community service reaching into every, part of: America. In war and. ir.peacedisaster' and for rehabilitation Red Cross has earned enviable distinction. Red Cross has attained high achievement. Our local chapter is one of 3.755 ready to act when the emergency demands. How well Red Cross continues to do its job depends on our contributions to the 1947 campaign. SHORTSIGHTED Organizations representing themselves as adequately serving our needs are again failing miserably in stimulating registration. This effort should be a year-round activity. It has developed into a spasmodic last-minute pre-election thought. Most of the time even this agitation has been created for the benefit of special interests. Under our very noses the spring term oi the Florida legislature will have before it the proposed Matthews bill. This bill is practically another "white primary" bill. The bill has been vigorously opposed by the State JWV. Resolutions condemning the measure have been passed by that body. To accomplish their purpose will necessitate the strength of the suffrage. Our lawmakers will heed the sentiments of the voters in their pxpressions. We again call to the attention of the Jewish War Veterans and B'nai B'rith groups this important responsibility of seeing that everyone eligible is registered. We believe they should take the lead. Other groups can surely assist in protecting the privileges which guarantee and protect their very right to exist. HID R ES U LTS I .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (Copyright. 1S4S, Seven Arti Feature Sy M | M () By PHINEAS J. BIRON WHITEWASH? A few weeks ago Drew Pearson ended his column, "I MerryGo-Round," witn a statement by Dr. Maurico G ^ program to combat potent.al racial and religious hatred to Americs was outlined by James Waterrr Wise, director of the %  Against Intolerance, when he participated in a synv im on "The Jew in the World Tuesday evening at Miami Bead-. H ol Forecasting of depres5i : within the next five years. Wise warned that effort.will be .. ,o use U Jews as --capecoats. •We must set up bulwarks now Jo fight the forces which will use unhappiness and insecurity as a means of creating racial and religious haired." he cautioned. Action in three fields was suges tcd by Wise, who recommended that American Jewry ampaij aUon to fortify ^.^cry novels to Fairer and Rinehart .. Civil rights of all Americans; official T •• ^1 evidence u> % %  — % %  % % %  '•* • %  • *• wv.wy j ew %  Argentina Reference is made, however, to •'scattered uL of anti-Semitic demonstrations by small private group" 7* know what Mr. Pearson and Dr. Goldman want Jew s ^ about Peron's government ... We do know that a country ibi i host to Nazi survivors is not likely to exert any effort toJ •scattered instances" from recurring And we have roll believe that "the scattered instances "are being fomented atdul the Peron forces in the "unofficial" capacities ... J BROADWAY COSSIPt Sir Stork expected at the Arthur Millers' ,. He's the •All My Sons." being hailed as the best serioui drimjto*1 Great White Way in many a season Paul Muni is reading for his impending return to the legitimate stage ... Dm* s flymg east with husband George Montgomery She'll a White House correspondents' dinner for President Trumar.oti 1st John Garfield and Lilli Palmer, who have beeim*. 'Body and Soul" in Hollywood, will make a picture in Er.glaJ fall Johnny is taking his family on a trip to Europe, 14 | be in England with hubby Rex Harrison The Leo Huuit*3 filming Howard Fast's "Freedom Road") rate congratulate! their new son Incidentally, Fast's brother Julius has 1 COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD • • provide education towards the equal:' people to live together as equal individuals; and work for security for all. "The best soil for race hatred is an unhappy, economically and socially frustrated group of men and women," he stated. Greatest advances toward security were made in the last 14 • .,:-. especially through Franklin D. Roosevelt's program, he said. Ir. the field of legislation, he urged the promotion of fair emnent practices acts on state and national levels as being of major importance. Also on the symposium, which concluded this season's Jewish Cultural committee .series, was Rabbi James Heller who dealt with the European and Palestinian scenes. Decrying the continuance of anti-Semitism in Europe. Rabbi Heller called for a four-point plan of action—to help keep the Jews of Europe alive through such mediums as the United J< %  Appeal, to get as many Jews out of Europe and into Palestine, to open America and other countries to Jewish immigration and to ontinue the struggle for human rights for our 1 I en throughout the world." MUSICAL NOTESt The beauty and depth of cantorlal singing is a part of our; culture that many of us have missed on the American see] Beginning in March we'll have a chance to fill the gap... iKusevitsky, noted Warsaw cantor, is now in the States pluaj series of operatic and cantorial concerts ... He has an ir.t history When the Naris occupied Warsaw, Kusevltskyt into Russia with his family—still wearing the Hitler-imposell bands on their sleeves ... He was enthusiastically welcomed %  Soviet Union and sang before many leaders, including Still J Voroshilov ... He was twice awarded the Stalin medal in a edgment of his singing for the Red Army at the front.. .A| fan of another cantor, the late Joseph Rosenblatt, is Latin | Tito Guizar Tito doesn't understand a word he hears, hl| for hours listening to his complete collection of the cantor'sm ings AN ANSWER? The increase in anti-Semitic "incidents" in Britain ul occasioned considerable comment over there .. Synajogal hare been desecrated, shop windows smashed and inditidal Jews threatened with beatings and floggings ... ThetxplaJ ation offered is that all this i* in retaliation for thetenml activities in Palestine ... More than a month ago this colusl exposed the revival of Oswald Mosley's fascist groupssi England and asked why they were being permitted 10 opera I freely Can it be that the government wants to silaol Jewish protests against the barbarities of the Palestine o| pation troops? ... It intimidation the answer? .. John D. Montgomery, editor and publisher of the Sun Star. Miami Beach daily, was deservedly honored by Temple Beth Sholom. He was chosen by the Community Service Award Committee as the "local citizen who has made the richest contribution to the essentials of citizenship in the community," during 1946. This selection removed the doubts created last year that the award would be meaningless and little care given as to the true implication the tribute carried with it. The presentation was made at services last Friday evening, witnessed by an overflowing assemblage gathered to honor the recipient. Another honor was his this week when he was chosen to lead the Chamber of Commerce as president for the coming year. This further recognizes the leadership ability that earned for John Montgomery the Community Service Award. In extending the plaque the Chairman declared Montgomery as "standing far in the lead of all other nominees." The remarks echo the sentiments of the residents of Miami Beach, most of whom have witnessed the tireless efforts of "John" to go all out in assisting every worthwhile communal endeavor. ORCHIDS: To Robert R. Nathan, economist and author of the Nathasl which has been such a terrific help to the unions in their f a decent living ... Mr. Nathan resigned from World Wide T ment co., which had agreed to report on Argentine irMJ President Peron Orchids also to all the big-name and it* Turning to the Palestine ques-J men and womcn who made the recently ended Brotherhood! lion, Ral bi Hellei cautioned that! s,ar t towards a Brotherhood Year and a Brotherhood Future Greai Britain does not intend to RFTwrFM mtvuwmm. give up its trusteeship. In subBETWEEN COVERS: to the United! Don't miss "The Jews in Yugoslavia, a v< intendby Moshe Braver in last month's "Synagogue Light only • mbly to fix Crum is reading the galley proofs of his new book c i-erv informative! A NEW ADDITION Congratulations to the latest addition to our organized Jewish community. Congregation Beth T'filah was dedicated with elaborate ceremonies last Sunday. Local leadership was present to join in formally opening the doors of this newest of Houses of Worship. This modem monument established as an orthodox institution, in a supposed period of religious apathy, scores for the cause of traditional Judaism. Erected in the most difficult of times with material scarce and labor a problem, Beth T'filah deserves commendation for its success. The new synagogue marks the continued growth of the Jewish population here, and more important, strengthens our religious life. the te if trustees! ip, • said. The United Nations will judge the %  Ol the status quo. e added, but expn I optimism in the future settli of the Palestine issue, "If we cannot establish a Jewish commonwealth today, we can establish it tomorrow," he declared. "The future of Palestine depends upon the institution of large public works. That can only come from the Jews of Palestine." he concluded. Mr. Wis 0 optimistic. "I welcome the fact that the Jewish case will come before the tentatively titled "Let the Living Go" ... Mr. Crum xr ^\. Anglo-American commission last fall Howard Fast fans*. a swell short story, "Epitaph for Sidney," in the Januarj Life," UN,"' : sta'> "I know that six Arab states will be represented and that no official Jewish voice will be heard But we five million American Jews can see to it that the American delegation pleads our case and demands justice." Absent from the program was Hayim Greenberg, editor of the Jewish Frontier who was called to Palestine to attend a special meeting of the Jewish Agency. Shepard Broad served as moderator of the symposium. He was introduced by A. P. Cannes Vets Name Committees Committee appointments were n.ade by Commander Nat Pollack during a meeting of the AM VETS Robert Richter post Tuesday evening. Saul Radler was named membership chairman and Esther Levy, Philip Bari, Lou Bush, Wilma Palumbo and Bernie Miller were selected to serve with him. Mitchell Reiner will be commander's representative to the I Miami Beach Veterans council i with Alvip Richter as alternate. Delegates to the United Veterans council of Dade county will be H. Johan.sen and Esther Levy. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, post chaplain, and Henry Carver and Mitchell Reiner will compose the grievance committee. Guest chaplain at the meeting was Rabbi Louis Cassell of Philadelphia who is visiting in Miami Beach with his brother, Rabbi Abe Cassell of Long Island, N. Y. FLORIDA'S ONLY ANGlOWEEKLY Publiohed every '**M by The Jewiih Florida" 1 Second Avenue. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1947 +Jewlst HcrldUan PAGE FIVE PURIM PARTIES SET FOR SUNDAY Thursday's Purim, but local religious school children will celebrate the Feast of Lots with parties and plays March 2 and 9. Celebrations at Beth David, Temple Israel and Miami Beach Jewish Center are scheduled for this Sunday. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom and Beth Jacob will hold children's festivals next week. At Beth David, children of the Hebrew and Sunday Schools will have a masquerade party sponsored by the P-TA. Prizes are to be awarded to each class for the best and most original costumes. Entertainment, arranged by Mrs. A. Stiebel, will include a recitation by Rita Shlafrock; duct by Evelyn Greenfield and Myron c y, and a solo by Miss G i enfield. A Purim fantasy, written by A. P. Gannes and directed by Mrs. Stiebel, will be presented by Dennis Gttlin, Howard Bressler, Charlei Roscnblitt, Jerry Shulffl in Hita Shlafrock and Eloise I Hoffman. Purim refreshments, including Hamentaschen, will be id. A short meeting of the P-TA will precede the party. At Temple Israel the children will present a Purim play under the direction of Mrs. Sadie Weinberg and Miss Ruth Belov. A hot luncheon will be served afterwards by a Sisterhood committee of which Mrs. Norman Rossman is chairman. The Center's dramatic club, under the leadership of Miss Ruth Curson, will present a Purim play Dl the Center's celebration which will feature the latest Palestinian movies and the presentation of awards for Jewish National Fund activity. Holiday refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood under the chairmanship of Mrs (.inune Goldberg. Up in Hollywood, the Jewish Community Center will hold a Purim carnival for children of the religious school at 2 p.m., Sunday. Marionettes and a dramatic program will be highlights of the afternoon. Beach B'nai B'rith Establishes Blood Bank establishment of a B'nai B'rith Blood Bank at St. Francii hospital was begun this week by the Miami Beach lodge and >*• women's chapter under the chairmanship of Sol S. Goldstrom and Mr. David Harris. Appointments for donors may be made by contacting the Beach B'nai B'rith office. BOXING Tuesday. March 4 ORANGE BOWL World's Leading Heavyweight Title Contenders ELMER (Violent) RAY 10 Rnds. vs. IERSEY JOE WALCOTT Prices: $3, $5. $8. $12 Tax Included TICKETS ON SALE AT: %  ""'• Newsstand, N. E. 1st Ave. Ki i; ,z36 People's Drug Store, C J W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5874. Smitty's News hop, 722 N. W. f"d Ave. Ph. 9.4174. Jack Ero i ,, 1044 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. on.^H <*ge's Place, N. W. 2>n st. and 3rd Ave. Miller's "'f"' 5 N. W. 17th St. Ph. 2028 c„,r' 0ren e Fruit S h 'PP"S. !" f& Collins Ave. Ph. 58.1337. Winnies Little Club, 2218 Col. ''" Ave. Ph. 5-9771. Roger's AL'1 "&. Center, 1427 N. W. 3rd rt .?"• 3-6791. Washington Drug Co.. 244 5th St. Ph. 5-5000. Main Press & Ticket Office ROYAL TOURS, 309 E. Flagler. Ph. 3-9734 Beach Lodge To Hear National ADL Leader Ben Goldman, assistant national director of the AntiDefamation league, will address a mealing of lhe Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge 8:15 p.m., Tuesday, at the National hotel auditorium. Goldman is in charge of the Chicago office of ADL. PIANIST TO ENTERTAIN Miss Charlotte Davis, former USO pianist, will entertain for members of the Coral Gables Jewish Center following their meetin R 8 p.m., Sunday, at the Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd. Appointment of captains for the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign will be made by Sidney Lewis, who heads the Coral Gables effort. This is the first time that Coral Gables will be a separate unit in the drive. TO HONOR MOTHERS OF ALPHA EPSILON PHI Mrs. Arthur J. England and Mrs. Louis Krensky, cochairmeh, announce that a brunch at the Cadillac hotel at noon Saturday will be the occasion to honor resident and visiting mothers of Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae. Bridge and mah jongg will follow the brunch. The highlight of the afternoon will be a special installation service for the mothers. Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg. dean, will conduct the service. Three generations will be represented by Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg, her mother, Mrs. Louis E. Rosenstein, and her grandmother, Mrs. Max Kazer. Mrs. Grossberg will also honor her mother-in-law, Mrs. Larry Grossberg. Another trio planning to attend are Mrs. Arnold Simon, her mother, Mrs. Sam Goldman, and her grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Sands. Local Rabbis Conduct New Radio Program Rabbi Max Shapiro will inaugir" % weekly rabbinical program over new radio station WBAY 2:45 p.m.. Sunday. Members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association will alternate as guest speakers on the 15-minute program each week. Station WBAY is 1490 on the dial. AJC YOUTH TO ELECT Election of officers will be held by the newly established Youth group of the American Jewish Congress Wednesday evening. Although a site for the meeting has not been set, persons interested in attending may contact Miss Civic Appel, 4430 Royal Palm ave. By-laws for the organization will be presented at the meeting. Charter membership is still open. Miss Appel reports. Discussion Of Arabs To Open Zionist Series Dr. David S. Andron will inaugurate a forum lecture series on "Modern Zionist Thought and Experience" with a discussion of "Arabs and Jews," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Sponsored by the Center in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Miami Beach Zionist district, the series will subsequently be held each Wednesday through April. Jack D. Burris, president of the Beach Zionists, will serve as chairman. Open discussions will follow each session to which no admission will be charged. Speakers who will participate in the series include A. P. Gannes, Rabbi Leon Kronish, S. A. Goodman, Shepard Broad, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. MEETING THRU APRIL 1 9tb 8 RACES DAILY • FIRST RACE 2 P. M. DAILY DOUBLE WINDOWS CLOSE 1:45 They're Off, Wednesday March 5th The very cream of American Thoroughbreds are ready to go in 40 days of top-flight racing at the new, beautiful GULFSTREAM PARK, with its spacious emerald green lawns, wide drives and tropical splendor. Truly It's one of the most outstanding beauty spots in Florida. The Gulfstream Park Inaugural Handicap GENERAL ADMISSION $1.15 CLUB TERRACE .... 2.50 (including taxes) NO MINORS ADMITTED IUS SERVICE DIRECT $10,000 Added For Three-Year-Olds and Upward SIX FURLONGS • NORTH



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+Jfistfkricii'*r AJC Women To Honor National President Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national president of the Arrx n Jewish Congress Women"s di' will be honor guest at a meeting of the Miami Beach Women's division which Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, has called for 1 p.m., next Thui Mrs. John Marsa, 2515 Flamingo dr., will be hostess to the group. Dr. ar.d Mrs. Wise, wh i an i xpetted to arrive in Miami I will be the house guesti of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. R''s. during :hcir annual winter visit to Miami Beach. Dr. Wise is president o: the American Jew Guests at thi cluck f the exi board—Mrs. Sol LCSIK president, and Mrs. Glasser, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs, I I Basiur.d. Miss Clara Goldenbeip, Mrs. Sam Rosterman, Mis. Theodore Firestone. Mrs. Frank v. Charles G n. Mrs. A Klein. Mrs. John Soifer, Mrs. Morns R tz, M Kimball I of dircc'. DR. WISE TO BE GUEST AT TEMPLE ANNTVEHSABY SERVICE Obituaries ir planning Basketball Game, Dance Scheduled By Town Y A free admissioi I .' the M evening. M Si moi Feature of I vs varsitj Former OPA Attorney •• • • s im '•'.'• • nitl %  tht t i M > "( f the Y Oatsi %  I 1 • n ing : nvited : special Purim service whirh will be Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest oi honor at a held a' Temple Beth Sholom at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. The service will launch the Temple's yearlong anniversary celebration. Located at Chase ave. and 41st st.. Miami Beach, the Temple was founded on Punm. 5702. >ust hve years ago. A dinner event at the Copa Cabana Monday evening, March 10. is also being planned in connection with the anniversary. Abe Zinnamon (standing, left), a iounder c the Temple, aids leaders of the congregation vi, !" 1 h *>m. '&£* with Rabb Burial ,is cwmatary Mi Miami Ifl ,,.„ r 55. %  '."!••!'. '".' % % %  tafitfiU sh I. ;.,**• hood mill II;,, | mil. MIH. Ki..r. ... ,,, h -f7 Reach, and Mr : ,i ?'" "' >C Marahall. T*a. f,.',?"*, C*3 Mamie ruckmi r Chi """*'" %  *? OoMIW! of r ., "^*ij ISI..: f IX.H AnieuTSK Harry Roaenthal c.f Si SHB %  minor. Hamue .u ,,..,' *"'• ,H i teen, 8. D '.'., UNVEILINGS Unveiling of a monum !" the memory of the late v[l Meln.ck of 74 Washing^ will take place at 2:30 p? 2 day, m Mt. Sinai cemetery S Muses Mescheloff will 0


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I p FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1947 Jables Center Joins Education Bureau Affiliation of the Coral Gables fewish Center with the Bureau of %  wish Education was approved | a board meeting of BJE last jerk. The Center will be en[tlcd to the services of the Bu•au and to have two representat>,'s on the board. Also approved was a plan to •ovule bus transportation .for jdents of the Miami Jewish fc-thodox Congregation on Tues,v and Wednesday afternoons. Mis. Sol Leslie and Dr. David jdrun were elected to serve on ie board as members at large. Reflected members at large •ie I. S. Shapoff, Leon Kaplan, Iijamin Meyers, Mrs. Matilda jtner, Mis. Henry Seitlin, Mrs B Miller, Harry Simonhoff and jraham Goodman. Other board members, who repknit local congregations and |g;mizations are: l^iuis llelman, president, nnd llyl |i Soot In, Nathan Ailelinaii, I.t-wi.Eei M.HI\ siikm, Herman M. Berk, *. Harold Cohen. Kiiblii Joseph K. ikoVBky, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Kuhbl pray cirauer, Katihi Irving l^hrin, Mis Lena Wolk, Mrs. Morris jnli.i'K. Rabbi IA'OII Kronisli. ,1,1,. i ..iin.iii .\. Zwltman. Mr; NnMii.m Jacobs, Mrs. I.Poll I. Mr*. Ruth (ilatt. Kli Hurwlta, tiave Kllverman. Sleffrted Qels* Mux M. is.M. Mrs, Jofl li.hu. _,, i.i Stltdlltll, Kalilii Albert Mlch.ls U:,\ SlllafrOek, Dr. Marry Qiii-en, %  M .1 safia, Edward Levine. Mrs. tt\.<. Newman. Mrs. K. Karcer. Dr. J. Kafra, Mrs. Joseph Brenner, -t Alfred Mantlet. Mrs. 11. Bhubow, h Anna Sorin, Mrs. Eleanor ElchKIUIIIII. Mrs. Miriam Btgtr, Mrs. EdIr J Welnsteln. Bamuel A. QoodMil John Kronenfrhl. llestinian To Speak Miami BPW Meeting Iiss Elsa Temple of Palestine describe "Palestine As It Is lay" for the Miami Business Professional Women's divim Of Hadassah 8:30 p.m., Mony, at the Miami "Y." The division, which meets on first and third Mondays of bh month at the "Y," is inviting %  nbers, prospective members friends to attend. Application for a charter has pn made by the division whose krte.r members are Lola Bix, ice Cohen, Mrs. Henry Diafcd, Kenye Eschtenthal, Rita %  don, Henrietta Halam, Esther Irris. Mrs. David Narrow, Mrs. IE. Schubb, Sylvia Sabothias, kh Steinberg, Fay Werner, kt'l Weinstein, Jennie WeinMrs. Louis J. Wine and bhie Zohn. cal Chapter To Fete knver Home President ionoring Mrs. Fanny E. Lornational president of the iional Home for Jewish Chiln at Denver, the Greater ami chapter will hold a desb> luncheon at 1:30 p.m.. esday in the Imperial room [the Roney Plaza hotel. Tollowing a short business sting, Mrs. Edward Cowen review the play "I ReJmber Mama." Mrs. Lillian %  if will sing several selecIS FIRST TO BUILD IN EIGHT YEARS Pacli e the nation's YMHA's in building new center facilities is the Miami "Y," which leld cornerstone laying ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Benjamin Rabinowitz, director of the Jewish center division of the National Jewish Welfare .-oard, told the gathering that the new structure is the first to be built by a "Y" in eight years. More than 90 other "YV are mapping plans to construct new tactlities, he said. David Brown, treasurer of the "Y," officiated at the actual cornerstone-laying ceremonies. Keynote speaker was Stanley C. Myers, national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Describing the history of Greater Miami Jewry, he said the community is entering the third phase of its developmentcooperative action. For the first 25 years, organizations isolated themselves in separate and distinct groups failing to see the overall community needs, he declared. During the past 10 years, groups have begun to work together with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Now they realize that community problems must be solved by community thought and action, he stated. Praising the "Y's" program, he said the new facilities will do much to develop within the young people of the community character, a philosophy of life and the special understanding of their responsibilities as Americans and Jews. "Here we will train good citizens and preserve the Jewish heart," he explained. An appeal for support to complete the building was conducted by Jacob Sher. Chairman of the day was Monte Selig. +Jewish thrSdktr, PAGE SEVEN Adams Heads Beach Vets Harry Adams, commander of the Miami Beach post of Jewish War Veterans, has been elected •ommander of the recently organized Veterans council of Miami Beach. Other officers of the council are Hylan H. Kout, vice commander, and Lawrence E. Hoffman, adjutant. DR. J. M. GIRARD CHIROPODIST PODIATRIST Announces the Opening of Offices SUITE 108, LINCOLN BLDQ LINCOLN l(l>. & WASH To.\ A.V. MIAMI BEACH Formerly :-ii Washington Ave. Hours: (l-.'i I'hone 5-4134 V tk W^'fifr/.' %  TONCGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTREMI SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. NO MINORS ALLOWED \ MtamJ Y leaders inspect the cornerstone of the new building which was unveiled during ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Sam Seitlin. chairman of the building committee; David Brown, treasurer, and Leon Kaplan, president of the Y. Maurice Grossman .executive director, is shown at the rear. Miami Hadassah To Mark National Anniversary To celebrate the 35th anniversary of national Hadassah, the Miami group is planning an "Hadassah birthday party" for Monday afternoon, March 17, at the Fiesta. Plans for the event were madeTuesday by members of the board of directors who met at the home of Mrs. Maurice Sager, 2026 S. W. 14th St. Mrs. Tina Kotkin is chairman of the affair which will feature a program dramatizing the various projects of Hadassah. Seeking the national "increase in membership" prize* the Miami group is inviting friends and visitors to attend the event and join the organization. IDA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Upholstering 1230 Alton Road PHONE 5-1024 • YOUR INCOME TAX • PREPARED CORRECTLY BY OUR TAX DEPARTMENT OPEN EVENINGS MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Realtor and Tax Conaultant 7117 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7.0563 743a Colhni Ave. Phone 6-4011 Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TEL. 3-6661 • Escrows • Abstracts # Title Insurance TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. 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PAGE EIGHT Purim Ball To Benefit Congregation Building Second annual Purim ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will benefit the organization's building fund, according to H. M. Drewich. president. The ball, which is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Amvet club ballroom. 420 S. W. Eighth ave.. will feature a floor show of dances and songs by sons and daughters of members. Included in the cast are Charlotte Blumberg. Bunnie Brand. Jean Brombei B rly Cohen. Louise Cans. Marilyn Greenberg. Sandra Stein. Sherlcy Merlin. Bernice Sidle. Abbie Sun N mi Machtei, Bob Gates, Ric Colnaghi, Richard Schulman and Shirley R Prizes will be awarded to winners of the jitterbug and old fashioned waltz contests. Manny Gates and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. Con i %  il"ball li idi Mi : ;. !:. :.. Mi and Mrs Milton U .-ii.. :. Mr .,:. I Mm Max Ja< ulisMl .. t i -1 Mm Nal Mr .1.; Mi %  Mr. anil VIi Hrrbci'l Ft Idan, Hen Kfi Mrs K \ M< Ml es Sam Kl.il I. • sioni %  % % %  %  }Cni iultoi % %  %  % %  Kli • %  i Harry £a\ -. HiTshi islaiitz Mil v Mil koff, \\ % %  -. Nil' Sb-gsi |i %  I %  hwttd laum, Marj A %  N a t +j m istncridtarL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28,1947 Enrollment Increases Increased enrollment in the lized Greater Miami Hebrew Academy was reported this week by Dr. David S Andron, chairman I the executive mmitti %  Clas held five days a at the Beach Y with both I Hebrew and secular studies ini eluded in the curricula. Teaching staff of the academy is being i xpanded. Enrollment of children between the ages of 4Vi and 6 years may be completed at the Y. Divisional Organization Planned By AJC Groups Establishment of %  divis organization to coordinate activi„,,he Miami and Miam Beach Women's divisions oi American Jewish Congress was begun this week. Mrs. Benjamin Feld was named chairman ol a nominating mi ttee for the divisional letup irt ., special ld D> the Beach division Monda) Chosen with her to represent the Beach group were liamin Zimmerman. Miss Clan Goldenberg and Mrs. I Broad. Miami represi ntatives I divisional nominating committee are Mrs. Mark Kaplan. Mrs. Isador Fine an I Mrs E Rosenblum. The divisional setup is i xp to begin functioning in A| Chapter elections a • ph.nned by I Mrs. Louis Gl; ssi | : 't. has named Mrs R se Wi iss i .'airman jf the nominatii the group Si 'h her will -.: Bi tn m Thorpe, Mi i v., M g uel Prostarman. Mis Allied Lesser. Mrs B 1! Woolfe and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind are altern Elections are also planned by the Mian.: chapter which has chosen Mrs Isadoi Fine chai n if nominations Her committee, which will i' port al th< Man h meeting, includes Mrs I Cohen. Mis Albert Ladd, Mrs Joseph Bass. Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs, Sidney Alterman and Mrs Leonore Curtice Lear School To Choose Queen Of Carnival Candidate, for ''^JJ 5 ** 00 Queen" will be presented in a Lincom Road parade at noon to da v Contestants are the Misses M „r„s. Joan Bobbins. Ruth ,., Maijorie Kaplan and Grei •• ,-. their „ students will cast their ball ots to choose the queen next KiiJuv. Results wil remain • until the coronal:.: "•' monj that evening at the carnival .„ lH h eld at the school. 1010 Half of the proceeds from the ,al will go to a chanty of students' choosing. Mrs. Gordon to Speak On Kadimah Broadcast Mrs Leonard J. Gordon, pub... of the Kadimah t, r's concert, will be guest speaker during the fifth "Oneg bat of the An" at 4:45 p.m. Station WKAT. Mrs Gordon will describe the child rescue work which the March 8 conceit of Braggiotti and Chaikin will benefit. Also on the program will be Ruth Brotman. director of the •. who will sing traditional Sabbath melodies, accompanied by Anyuta Melicov at the piano In connection with the concert. Mrs Max Shapiro, chairman of cultural studies for the Pioneer W ens Organization chapter, will be interviewed on the "Jane Recommends" program at 2 p.m. Tuesdaj on Station WGBS. Pioneer Women To Hear Palestine Delegate Condition! in F.retz I****** e described by Rifka Joffe, delegate from Palestine, at the annual donor dinner to be sponsored by K Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organizations Sunday Evening, March 16, at the Helene h r'!ntor J V Goldring of the wfamiBea'ch Jewish Center wil. hea d the musical program. First^ter-city basketball tournameni of Jewish community centers throughout the South will be held in Atlanta Saturday and Sunday, according to Barney Medints, chairman of the athletic committee of the Southern sec tion. national Jewish Welfare board. LEGAL NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i." TH Hill JUDICIAL 'lit.rir isIS Tup .•'lilt lAIK IN CHANCERY No WILLIAM i>. ORRY, Plaintiff, VI \<;NI:S ORET, 1 kefendani THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA TO: AON EH OREY, Mill Street (Bos 14*), North llaill.y. Massai-huietti V'-u are hereby notified nn,i ,, ri |, N to appear to the mil of Complaint £ Divorce filial asalnHi >ou in thr ai„. Htyled oauM on or before the Ii ,.r March, 1947; otherwise the Sim 11..11H <.f siiiil Hill of Complaint win L taken as confessed againsl yon Let this irder i"published week for four oonsecutlve v. [•HE JEWISH PLORID1AN, ., „„,;. laper published in bade Plot Ida DATED County, this zoth da> ol r.i. ,,. LEGAL NOTICES v.rrit'B If HEREBY OIVEN that ,,,.,,,. Signed desli ng to engaare SKI '.; %  ,'. WARHAFT RAY DALEY, Pnrtni rshlp. \l M:\ PEINBKRO v „ ..... • Applicants %  •_ %  • i ;-it-si SOTH'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  he ni. • desiring to engage hi MP— b-i Ihe flrtltlous "''•'' TI"I KTTE KIDDIE KHW, •" -'"' LMiami Avenue, Miami, RorMa. nrends to .eulHlei said name witsith th< iMivull < url of I'.oi. Coun,V """HARRY SUBKIN, Sole i wner. MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN, Vii m j,u for Applb -oi 7-14-21-28 B B LEATHERMAN, ill. 'ik ,,f I'lrcull Court By M. IV G-REEN, Deputj Clerk (SEAL) SAM SILVER, Solicitor for Plaintiff, llofi Congress Building, .Miami, 112, Plorlda. 2 Jl-28 3 7-11 Wises To Be Honored At AJC Donor Event VISITORS END EFFORT FOR HOSPITAL DRIVE These c ':ving Art's' work veorround o* des'reving the wooden undarstructurei of buildings. Col'. Orkin for le i ite Control. 5 YEAR BONDFD GUARANTEE t:99 inspections and fsfimafei Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. SINCE _^^^ ioi COMPLITI Hi' cesisoi Greater Miami Women'division of the American Jewish Conis completing plans to honor Dr. and Mrs. Sti • S, w^e at the annual donor luncheon 12:30 p.m., Sunday, Marcl 9, at the Latin Quai Dr. Wia is national president ol tl e Ami -:ean Jewish Congress and Mrs Wisi hei Is I i Won i division. Donor chairmen, Miss Clara 1 Gold' nbi the Miami Beach division and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin • e Miami chapti :. are plan' ning to enti: tan. 600 members | and guests M.,yor Herbert Frink of Miami lii ach will bo present to welcome the visitors. Having made two trips to Eusin< e their last visil to Miami, Dr. ai d Mrs Wisi are expectcd to bring first-hand information on problems of displaced persons, particularly childrei Reservation foi the luncheon may be made with Mis. Stepkin, %  2101 S. W. 21st st., in Mian i. and with Miss Goldenberg, 1610 Euclid ave., at the Beach. Approximately $40,000 was contributed to the Mt. Sinai hospital can paign by winter visitors Monday evening at a dinner held at the Colonial Inn. The event climaxed the activities of the winter residents division which has played a major in I e >2,500,00U campaign. A life-time gilt was announced by Mrs. Harry Simberg, who donated SI.000 to the drive and pledged to give si.000 for the rest oi ei life. Mr. Simberg had previously contributed S25.000 to the hospital. LEO EISEXSTEIX /W^ Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Bench HIAS Concert Scheduled Annual concert of the HIAS People's Tourist committee will be presented Sunday evening. Mai eh 9, at the Miami Beach Senior High school with Michael Rosenberg, comedy stai ol tinYiddish Art theatre, featured Al.-o en the program will be Anna Grossberg, star ol the "Polishe Bunde." the Jewish Folk Chorus, and Cantoi J. Y. Goldring, lyric tenoi ol the Miami Jewish Center. Mr. and Mis Louis Miller ol Miami Beach are underwriting st ol the concei t which will benefit the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid society ORDER OF PUBLICATION | N THE IMRCVIT COfRT {K [HE II i*ll .11 I'l.lAI. CIROI1T IN AND |.-,! K |IAIK rorxTY, FIAIRIUA. IN I'HAXC'RRY So, 107305 |,ERoY \ EHKXFIELD Plaintiff, MulJ.li: EPEXFIELD, I lefendant. THE STATE OK l-'l.i 'III I' \ TO M< 'l.l.ir. EDEXFIELD, Aii,li'ss unknown. You BI •• hereby notified m o i,.,, a in ,,.| ,. i to the Hill of Com• foi rtlvnivf filed againm you In Ihf unovv -ni,,! rauae on r before the SIHI daj ol March, 1947; eitherwine ihe allegations "f aalil Hill of Complaint ill be taken as • onf< wed v..II l .,i Tiii^ i 'i,i. i i„published m week I"" fom -' •' o • weeks in THE JEWISH ri."llll'l.\N. %  • neWBi-il I I lade County, Florida l i.VTEl i lliis !6tli day ,it Fen 1947 IS'KAI.) i: r. I.KA riii:iiM.\N, i "lei k ,.f i "ii .uit i', ,III I :v M C Ilreei Deput) Clerk. s\\l SILVER, Plaintiff. I I'ointri i II illdlnK, \l i mil :..'. l-".,,: Ida %  .l 7-14-21 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX T11K I'lK'TIT II.IIIT OR 111.' 11TII .111 >H 1 \l. Cllti'l'IT IN \\-' EliU I'AI'K CtlPXTY PU IN CHAXCERY No. IU70CI M.iri-: MPTl, Plaintiff, vs. CARL JOSEPH Ml'l'l, i iefendatit. THE BTATE OF FI,ORirA TO: CARIJ JOSEPH Ml II. BSS Parsons Boulevard, Jamaica, l^ong Island, New V., Ik. You are hei eby notified and o in appear to the BUI ol I'omplali Divorce filed agalnsl you in thr ab„vntyledj cftuse on oi bef the Hal feu ,.f March, 1H1T: othi rvt — Hi. ii,,ns of said Hill of Complaint win w taken as confeased against y,,u l<-i tins Order be published once• we.-k fur four consecutive wei THE JEWISH FLORIIMAN, paper i>nl>ll>.|ieii in Hade i hlorlda. I MTKIi ttiis, 20th ,!.,> ,,f Fi i 194?, E 11 I.E\TIII-:HM XX. i "l.i k ,,f circuit Court By M C. BREEN, Deputy CIMII ISEAL) SAM SILVER, Solicitor f..i Plaintiff, 1105 Congress Building, Miami, IX, Florida. j :'l-:s 3/7-14 WHEN 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 BROOK CLUB 9424 Harding Avenue GRACIE Tel. 6-2658 LANNY Package Party To Aid Passover Food Fund F %  the benefit ol "moos fhitim," land to provide food foi ihe needy on Passover, the Miami Bench Mizrachi Women will hold a package party at 8 p.m. Tuesday .it Beth Jacob synagogue. Proceeds will be used for orphan children in Palestine. Admission to the affair will be .i package Refreshments and ennt will be included during the evening. Mrs Joseph Brenner, president, and her committee ,u SYLVIA IN"'ii:it. Plaintiff, v*a, UKRTRAM L'NOER, I iefendatit. II". BTATE "!•' PLORIDA TO BERTRAM I'SllKR, •IS Baal B9th Street Brooklyn, Ne Y..u are herebj notified anil to appear i" the BUI of Ci Divorce filed acalnxt ( i In ''• lyled cause on or b. % %  re Ihe aJ ,,r March, 1847; otherwise Hiallrtjti.-ns „f said BUI of Complaint *i taken as confessed agalnsl S"Hl.et this Order be published n,-n week for four consei itlv. THE JEWISH PUIRIDIAN. Iper publlsl in Bade Coura Plorlda. „. DATED this i^tii daj of % > %  B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk firooll ,uBv: M. C. GREEN, Beputy W* (SEAL) SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff, llOTi ConKreMi Building, Miami St, Plorlda, 2/21-28 3/7-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT m'l'ST/KS I1TH JUDICIAL run i ITINW" FOR DAI.K COUNTY, W w IN t'HAXI'KKV No I0 C JOSEPHINE TROPP, PUlnUff, ARTHUR TROPP. Defendant. TIIK STATK OP PI-ORIDA. TO: AitTiirit TROPP, III Knoll Street, Brooklyn, New york. „.A,M Y„„ are hereb) notified wao*" ,„ appear ,„ the Bill oi '' %  ;*; Divorce filed aaalnsl >oit '"'"*,# styled cauae on or be( ,f. \n-jof March, l47: -H -".*S tiona of aid HI %  Comphunt*' tak.-n as confeased igs ^' >'~; Mt l^t this Order be publlssei Week f,,r four %  • %  %  '• %  ,\"!\'^ THE JEWISH PWiRHJIAW. paper published III ''•"" Kloriila. ,this Ktth ll "' F DATED i: By B UeATHEBMAK, Clerk of Circuit % %  M C aREEN. k Deputy i'(SEAL) SAM SILVER, Solleltor for Plaintiff. in.;. Confress Building". Miami. :t.\ Plorlda II M 3/7-14



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 194? SCHIPfl SMS WINCHELL IS WRONG +Jenisli fhi/iJi.tn PAGE NINE By RITA E. GROSSMAN \i, winchell is wrong, wrong, woi g!" W, were sitting in the lobby of I, Everglades hotel chatting | v it Tito Schipa, Italian tenor Ivi-hosr wartime political activities Uve come in for a typical WinUicllian barrage of late. Schipa Tummed up his side of the story lor us. I never was an anti-Semite," (i, i laimed. "My best friends I ] York are Jews. My mankgi Albert Morini, is a Jew. I "] don't know where the accuUtions come from. I only want to clear up my position. During khi' war I was in Italy. I was Sever a politician. I am Tito ichipa. I sang. I devoted all my I) my art. I was never a fiember of the fascist party. And defy anyone to prove I was a fascist." Nervously Schipa groped for words, He said he had been a jnember of a syndicate, but that, jic explained, was like an AmerS< n 'lists' guild. He ex) ; that during the war his 1 men! was fascistic and ih.it as a citizen he had to be |oyal t" i i< government. "II Roosevelt had been a fascist knd your government was fascists, it would have been the same lor you. Is that not so?" he asked, pa said that Winchell had errors in his accusations. "Wind el] said I was kicked out bl La Scala in 1945. In April, 1945, sang Don Giovani" with the La Scala company. Later everyfcne was out because the company losed. say I was a collaborator. r by my dead mother that |he nly collaborating I did was sing two concerts for wounded boklic! s He told us he had sung at the Ji\h D'Este hotel at Lake Coma, Italy, whore German, Italian, English and Rumanian soldiers f hospitalized in an Italian bii-' m hoi pital. "Whei a man is a soldier, to me *' %  %  Schipa declared. v is wounded, he is more %  i ro." aid Winchell had mentioned his wife's politics in his accusations. "What has that to do with me?" Schipa asked. For 14 years I have been separated from her. Two years ago I get a divorce and marry again. "How can I be a fascist?" he continued. "I offered one million lira —$50,000 in American money at that time—for the home they are building for orphans of the Italian partisan soldiers who fought against the Nazis." Two years ago, he explained, he began contributing to the project. He showed us a letter of thanks from Renato Rubbi, an attorney in Bologna who heads the L'Ampi committee which is building the orphans' home. As we left, he told us how much he loved America. "I always love to come to America, to sing here. Winchell says I come for the money. That is not it at all." Schipa's visit to Miami is part of a nation-wide tour. He is scheduled to sing the role of Count Almaviva in the Miami Opera Guild's production of Rossini's "Barber of Seville" Monday and Tuesday at Miami High school. (Dr. Arthur di Filippi, director of the Miarni Opera Guild, requested The Jewish Floridian to interview Mr. Schipa following publication of an editorial on the Schipa controversy last week — Ed.) TROPICAL LETTER SERVICE Prompt Pick-Up and Delivery Service MIMEOGRAPHING ADDRESSING and MAILING Menui • Circulars Post Cards • Form Letters Phone 5-5217 NEW LOCATION Munroe-Zeder, Inc. CHRYSLER — P L Y M O U T H SALES and SERVICE Authorized Dealer 973 West Flagler Street Phone 2-6520 A FINE CAREER is nailing for YOU in the Army! HEBE'S a job that gives you '!"'tilings you want: New, high pay— most of it I dear saving*, with your food, Clothes, housing and mediral [ care provided. Healthy work, under good [conditions, with double the |r*M vacation time you'd gel j "' a


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PAGE TEN %  p.je„istrkrkliari SPEAKERS' BUREAU AIDS CJA CAMPAIGN Many of the c njntry'i leading •campaigners." persons with i y*tness accounts of the J< PURIM GIFTS TO AID REFUGEE CHILDREN European Jewish children brought to Palestine through Youth Aliyah will be aided by Purim gifts, called "Shalach phght in Europe today, have been Mones," to be contributed by made available for speaking enmembers and friends of the Miga g e ments here in the 194 ami Beach unit of Junior Hadasbmed j ew jsh Appeal, it was ansah at a membership tea between nounce( j this week by Mrs. Max 2 and 5 p.m. Sunday at 5225 Colrj 0 brin. chairman of the campaign j ce i erate d pro) I lins ave. speakers' bureau. Seek Funds To Complete Children's Hospital A plea for early completion of 'the South Florida Children's hospital is made in a recent letter from Dr. L. J. Graves, acting di., 0 f services for the Florida Crippled Children"s commission, Pentland, Jr., president 'of the hospital In making the letter public, Mr. Pentland announced that plans are now extensive drive .: Dobrin said t: I Miss Florence Samuels. Youth Aliyah chairman, will distribute Shalach Mones which contributi or more may be ing to Miss Sam quired to maintain and educate a g*'' b a ra j author and B'NAI B" TO ACCELERATE : SERVICE TO VETS WASHINGTON. I). C 0 ceierated prog. der for an extensive drive fu nas t„ complete the partly •was pro;. £. ,„ „„. huilt hospital, located in Schenley B'ritl built hospital, located in Schenley of Coral Gables. commence April 1 Fuller, vice-presiPan American bank. Construction of the hospital beobservance ^ S tne orgaSn A number f M el "" Constriction "began at once and •SerriedoutTsimSeously included in rganiz actically all of the concrete of by 800 affiliated units throughout They are Gilbert Balkin _. ., -. m: .in portion of the building thecountrv '' director of the Florida "|intensification i been poured. Junior Hadassah is the sole tonal Anti-Defa. ati n norale buildinR a ,ds to veterans with the advent of war reyouth agencv in America for Mis Abraham G drnan, presiand military hospi tels: extension str ictions and priorities, construe dent of Miami Beacn Hadassan. ; ^ veterans b ou ti >n work ceased as did the payEdgar Perritz of the Dade County an loperaids of thousands of dollars have veterans' been invested in the property, but M %  ..ghout the work was so planned that even Council of Social Agencies, and ''{.'" Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach W n Auxiliary to the Jewish Home 1 I Eighth In Series For the eighth j n book reviews for the. division, Amencan Jewjlh ( ;.*"* i SI present Kenneth Roft l! gres ? Mrs I. M Wej historical novel VSMT? %  this afternoon at ft ^ Beach Jewish Center w, claimed, the book Place on the countr"?^ 'delya. "!stH stile list. The review series of .* Mrs. Leonard Kimba'll I T at >d fomu Friday of the month" d"^ year OutlS $* *ti standing viewer in and well-known* the community w presented reviews for the j? reviews are open to the5 lie. Among members of the at* review committee are Mrs fw Weiss, Mrs. Leonard Glfi Miss Clara Goldenber, Vk Louis Glassor. Mrs. Emanue'S Jjnd Mrs Charles GrossaJ Mrs. John Soifer and Mrs Q Rabinowitz. for thi \ Others on the list are David village, Meier Catsman, Mrs. Dobrin, Ma it maintains in Grossman, Rabbi Aaron K. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs. Sol H Highlighting the Membership Leslie. Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs Altea will be a fashion show, cofred Mamlet, Jack P. Marash, ordinated by the Misses Toby Mrs. Harrj Rubin, Seymour RuCooper and Eileen Cowen. with bin. Rabb, Max Shapiro. Louis Or M U mec ing Dons Shapiro in charge of cone-1 Touby and Herman Wepmnn. % %  J %  ..^ spondence: Gladys Tepper, telephone; Toby Cooper, refn ments Rosalyn Worth, hostess; PALESTINE STRIKE "tSSS'JSt&n^ of PROTESTS DEPORTING the membership tea. pointed out that the unit at present has 136 members and is striving to attain hour-long cour.try-. called by the Jewish National ittee, Othi ticipating wen Dean Joseph Wei] of Gainesville, n hospital and convalescent days of at an average cost per patient oi $21970. Ultimate plans for the South Florida Children's ita] call for a nurses' residei ce, a research laboratory, a convalescent home, a school, salt a membership of 200 in keeping with the national organization, which aspires to enroll 26.000 members throughout the United States to celebrate Junior Hadassah's 26th birthday. TRACK ASSOCIATION OPENS OFFICES HERE The American Greyhound Track Operators association, oi ganized last April, announceth ball is general chairman, is ma up of representatives of 44 n* business and service organia. tions who have pledged 100 pa cent support in the campaign! get out the vote to assure t bond issue. also has four other names, was ; into Haifa harbor in the pre-dawi irs Monday and the sngers wentransferred to the Ocean Riv ntoon %  I etween thi I essels '.. %  • • -.-ion wi i stretchei scayne Kennel club, is presi,,. :au wh|ch ; B; n of the new non-profit assoboa ,,, .... us ,. (i dui ition, organized to formulate a „..,, '. ,, ,„„„„' .. ... watei -. te gas to subogram of uniform policies and .,,. ... r ,,„...-.._ ... due t. r .' Jews. Following the strel ei ere a large number of men and women with bandaged heads. It is estin that fully ore-third of the Hamaapil Haalmoni passengers were childre: for RliT CONVALfSCEHCI wCMeotacCtfa B'nai B'rith veterai 3. The i rag< m< nt o I awards to outstanding citizens %  A ho : %  %  :. % %  :':.• : %  : contributions to the welfa ex-GI's. The would be on ;i natioi ,*'. and local level. MIAMI BEACH Better Clasi Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotel*, Hornet or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 6-5M "Trutworthy Service" Life Insurance Estates Author ita ttveiy Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Lite ln. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-14:4 or 4-9981 RatjPark 'esort WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. 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5/VY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 Is i. s. mo Demand that the United States "its Rood offices" to secure Mediate admission of 100,000 rt S to Palestine now that the jtish ha vc decided to refer the lestinc problem to the United lions was voiced by Rabbi iiis Swichkow of Milwaukee I week. Reporting on the Washington Inist emergency conference at uncheon meeting of the Miami _h Zionist district, Rabbi %  L'l k\v pointed out that the Kists are calling upon Presi^J Truman and Secretary of Iti. George Marshall to see that liele 80 of the United Nations tier be fulfilled, hat article provides that all Rations entered into t>y manorv powers are binding and i and must be fulfilled until time as new United Nations pteesl ip agreements come into IE. \s a signatory of the United lions charter, we call upon sident Truman to place at the sal of 100.000 stateless and Deless Jews in the American of occupation adequate leric.in ships manned by the (erican Navy and sailing under (American flag to bring them II ires of the Jewish homei," Rabbi Swichkow said. Ke have a moral and legal lit to voice that demand. Jiy months—perhaps two years lill pass before definite United Ions action will be taken on | Palestine question," he caucd. The United States has a lal duty, as coindorsee to the Jstine mandate and as a memOf the Ur.itcd Nations, to bring |ation to homeless European ry." br his efforts on behalf of the fed Jewish Appeal and other Jewish community activiSam Lachman was honored he luncheon. This past Wcd|ay the luncheon was dedito Isidor Goldberg, chairof the district's Jewish Nakl Fur.d. Guest speaker was bi Aron Kahan, cultural, sopnd recreational head of the aced persons camps in upper fria. Dr. David S. Andron, |bership chairman, presided. weekly luncheons are held 1 National hotel. mile Delinquency roblems of Juvenile Delinpy in Dade County" will be *sed by Capt. Edward Mellof the Miami missing per|burenu at the Sholem lodge, B'rith luncheon 12:15 p.m., weekly luncheons are held Downtown Club restaurant Seybold bldg. PERFE CT CRACKER SURE TO PLEASE IACKTIME FAV0RIH JAM OR CHEESE! WITH fSf ft Piano Team Is Slated For Kadimah Concert +Je*isbfkridliar PAGE ELEVEN s WW< TAM Tickets are still available at local stores for the duo piano concert which the Kadimah chapter, Pioneer Women's Organization, will sponsor Saturday evening, March 8, for the benefit of its child rescue fund. Guest artists at the recital will be Mario Braggiotti and Jack Chaikin. Mario Braggiotti was born in Florence, Italy, of American parents. One of eight children, he grew up in an atmosphere of music. He studied at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and the Conservatory of Paris. With Jacques Fray he founded the piano team which pioneered in bringing jazz to the concert hall, and became internationally famous. When Mr. Fray left for government service, Braggiotti completed two transcontinental tours with Walter Shaw. In 1943, he went to Italy to serve with the psychological warfare branch of the Allied Military Occupation. Following the liberation of that country, he helped to reorganize its musical culture and appeared as soloist in symphonic festivals in Rome, Florence and Turin Returning to the United State, after V-J Day, he formed the association with his present partner, the young pianist, Jack Chaikin. Jack Chaikin, a musical prodigy, is a native New Yorker. Winning a scholarship to the David Mannes school of music, he so distinguished himself there that he won a second scholarship —this time to the Juilliard graduate school. A pupil of the famous pianist, Ernest Hutcheson, he appeared in recital and as soloist with orchestra before joining the Army in 1942. Now honorably discharged, he is resuming his musical career as the partner of Mario Braggiotti. The name of God is not mentioned even once in the Book of Esther, which is read on Purim. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTskr 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 TV m %  -•>• U "Munt H ':/ i .r II ITOIIIS OlVOTtO TO UJXUIIOUI UVINO •UKttATlVI KOSHER CUISINE t •• I It* C*"******** *—' 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH Discrimination Shown In College Entrance Need for state laws outlawing discrimination in education was emphasized Monday by Mrs. Louis Glasser .president of the Miami Beach Women's division of American Jewish Congress, when she presented a survey on college admissions to her group. Conducted by AJC, the survey revealed that 135 colleges, or 79 per cent of 171 leading nonsectarian colleges with a student enrollment of more than 500 persons, ask questions referring to the applicant's race, religion or national ancestry. Among the questions found on application blanks were those relating to the applicant's race, color, religion, church, descent or ancestry, nationality, birthplace, mother tongue language spoken at home, mother's maiden name and date of arrival of the parents in the United States. Similar questions on the application blanks for employment forms have been declared illegal by the New York State Commission Against Discrimination created by the Ives-Quinn law. New York and New Jersey have passed state laws against discrimination in education. The survey included both statesupported and privately-endowed institutions. Inquiries were addressed by the commission of law and social action of the AJC to 267 colleges having no affiliation with any religious denomination. Hardly a college in the South asked the applicant to state his race or color despite the almost complete exclusion of Negroes from the "white" colleges in the area. The question is probably omitted because practically no Negroes apply to these schools, the survey explained. Names of the colleges containing the discriminatory questions are available, Mrs. Glasser said. Efforts of the Jewish War Veterans to eradicate discrimination in the field of education as well as housing and employment were outlined at the meeting by Col. Milton Richman, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans. Richman gave a report on his recent visit with President Truman in Washington. i AUGUST BROS fty£ Is the BEST.' %  'd Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN Cantor Plans Concert The Rev. Samuel Vigoda, wellknown cantor, will be presented in a concert March 30 at the Miami Beach High school under Ruth Brotman management. Rev. Vigoda sang to a capacity audience here last year. Although Esther, the heroine of the Purim epic, is traditionally supposed to have been selected queen when she won the first recorded beauty contest, some rabbinical commentators held she was 74 years old when she became Ahaseurus' consort. The Hebrew name of Esther is Hadassah, the numerical value of which is 74. Ronald Scholar and Robert Zitter were guest artists at the Over 21 club's meeting Wednesday evening at the Beach "Y." A veteran of the Eighth air force. Scholar is now studying piano at the music school at the University of Miami. 1947 FUND HI IM luul %  Mllll %  %  If III llllllli %  I II II II %  Hill 3 Rose's Kosher Restaurant CATERING TO PARTIES OF ALL KINDS PREPARED MEALS TO TAKE OUT — FREE DELIVERY 3iS n comns P Ave.7 Course Dinners $1.15 Up %  Saiftiy RESERVAT IONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR PASSOVER = PHONE 5S-1183 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Delicious food, efficient aervice, popular prices. Sandwiches, wine and beer. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Parties. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. 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• I PAGE TWELVE +Jelstlk*] i 1 Betrothal of Miss Phyllis jJacobson and Richard L. Rebatk is announced by her parents It and Mrs. Michael Jacob !" *1040 Tenth st„ Miami Beacr tf Chicago. A graduate of Lear school, ti, bride-elect is attending the mj. versity. A native of Provident*, R. I., her fiance has been residiij in Miami since his discharge Iron the Army air forces after ttt years of service. No date has been set for tha wedding. STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board GOOD LOCATION REASONABLE PRICES Also Reservations for Dinner S. SMULIN 4 SONS 1348 S. W. 2nd Street Phone 3-7539 Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of (Vulfitreom Pork end One Mile South of Hollywood Je Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Recr :No Minors' 2it TRANSPORTATION 4 -on. 30 h ** _,. elP 442 1 l..*** .. 0 ,f ,rifr'ol



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FRIDAY, FEBRUAhY 28, 1547 +Je*lstijnorldnar) .1 QiUcioAy o$ SAeateA Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washinalon m kiami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D Feder [Friday evening services at 5:30. Late Fridav night forum at :30 Rabbi Mescheloff wi speak on the theme': "Jewish LhV-A lottery '• Cantor Feder will lead the communal singing Saturdiv Corning services at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Lbject: "Memory Handicaps." Intermediate services for teen ace feuth at 9. Junior congregation, 10 a.m., under the supervision of lax Bertman. Kiddish served to both junior groups by a Sister tod committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman in targe. Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mesiieloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at fi 4S fegillah reading, 8 p.m. Wednesday. PAGE THIRTEEN I BETH TFILAH, 93S Euclia ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph r Rackovskjr. Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. An Onee kabbat, to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p m Rabbi ickovsky will speak. Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second minfcn. fl a.m. The rabbi will conduct the services and preach Mincha %  n.m lollowed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi will discuss the portion fthe week. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in line IKI Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish |v. and customs. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. tin ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbos, 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning service, 830 am abbath of Zachor: Remembrance." Rabbi Grauer will preach on K, i. inhering Our Obligations." Students' services, 10:30 a m In a, 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which the rabbi 111 spi ak on the portion of the week. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8 30 hi Sunday. Mrs. Fred Ochs, hostess. Beth Hayeled, 9 a m to bon. Monday. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m. Pui im: The Megillah will be read at 8 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a hi lursday. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Joy of Victory" Wednesiv evening. Sam Silver, president of Miami's Sholem lodge oi B'nai B'rith, presents copies of "Sing a Bong ol Friendship, new songbook designed to build friendly group relations, to Ulysses S. Moms, director of the Southland Singers choir. Also pictured with the Southland Singers are EEL ," g J, „ arx M< Fembera **" President and program chairman of the lodge, and TU O Ba P\ m a !f oclat e director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation league. The Southland Singers were recently featured in the first annual "Friendship Nite" program of Sholem lodge. Selections from the Songs of Friendship," composed by Irvinq Caesar, were sung by the group. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami ibbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro's subject r discussion will be "We Are Challenged Agaia." Mrs. Jean htlin will be hostess at a reception in honor of her houseguests I nd Mis. Dave Weiss of New York. The floral offering has been Id in memory of Mrs. Jennie Levine by her sisters. Sabbath •vices, 8:30 a.m. Edward Bailine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I will become Bar Mitzva. This is the "Sabbath of RememInce." The rabbi will speak on "Remember When ." Wednesevening Punm will be ushered in at 7:30 with the reading of Scroll of Esther. Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly on "The Irim of Tomorrow." I MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami ach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel [Late Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, bsident of the American Jewish Congress, will be guest speaker. Titor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the services assisted by the liter choir. On Saturday morrting Rabbi Lehrman will preach on weekly portion of the law. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast. im Sunday. Gilbert Balkin, associate director of the Florida ginnal Anti-Defamation league, will discuss "Thoughts on etherhood." %  Purim: Megillah will be read at 7 p.m. Wednesday and 8:30 %  Thursday. LIBERAL [EMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi en Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. IFi l.l.iy evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish and Cantor %  emer will present an original musical sermon, "The Panorama •Jewish Music Through the Ages,' on tne occasion of Jewish sic Sabbath. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Carttor Kelewill render the musical portions at all services. REFORM [TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th si.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Hlman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. %  Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach plow Can One Acquire a Religious Sense of Value?" A Sisterption will be held afterwards with the following serving as Jesses: Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Arthur Kahn. Mrs. Henry Hirsch, Hyman Kaplan and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, chairman of e and refreshments. Mrs. Max Meisel will light the Sabbath Saturday morning services, 11 a.m., preceded by the condition class study group at 10 a.m. [EMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. It" David Raab. Iriday evening services, 8 p.m. Seymour Levin, son of Mr. and I. Levin, will become Bar Mitzva. Seymour received his in•ction from Joseph Keller of the Temple's religious school. \\ {""b will conduct the service and preach on the subject of Bli We Keep the Commandments?" Following the service a ption will take place in the social hall. No formal invitations been issued. I JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max lman, rabbi and executive director. T i may evening services will be dedicated as "Ladies' Auxiliary P a,h w th Miss Malvina Weiss of Miami Beach speaking on "The pi Chasm of Our Time." Rabbi Kaufman will speak briefly on en fcHther. Hosts at the evening's Oneg Shabbat will be Mr. and ilaynian Tellman. The choir will sing under the direction of ocniff. Religious services, 10 a.m. Saturday, with Mrs. Rose "i as hostess. SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED IOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 History of Jewish Music To Be Shown In Sermon Basic elements of the Friday evening service—Borchu, Shma, Adoration, Kaddish and Kiddish —will be integrated in an original musical sermon which Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will present at a special Jewish music service this evening at Temple Beth Sholom. The sermon will include a kaleidoscopic view of Jewish music through the ages including the Sabbath in Babylon, Moses' song at the crossing of the Red Sea, the poetry of Yehudi Halevy, Yiddish folk songs of the past and the modern Hebrew music coming out of Palestine. Purpose of the sermon is to awaken a greater appreciation of Palestine Movie Set For Purim Celebration "Gateway to Palestine," a new technicolor film, will be shown during the Purim celebration to be sponsored by the Ben Gurion branch of labor Zionism 8 p.m., Saturday, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Cantor A. Friedman will sing folk songs accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Kamern. Guest speakers will be Abe Hamlin of Boston and Rabbi Leon Kronish. Admission will be free and the public is invited. Jewish music and to offer nonJews the opportunity of gaining a deeper understanding of the Jewish faith through Jewish music, Rabbi Kronish explains. B'nai B'rith Women to Nominate Officers A slate of officers for the coming year will be presented to B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge at a meeting 1:30 p.m., Tuesday at the Robert Clav hotel, 120 S. E. Fourth st. Mrs. Jean Silverman, ways and means chairman, will report on plans for a luncheon to be held at the Alcazar hotel March 31. Anti-Defamation league activities will be discussed as will suggested changes in the organization's constitution. Presentation of two ceiling book projectors was made by the group to Pratt General hospital Tuesday evening. Col. Clyde M. Beck accepted the gift on behalf of the hospital and praised the women for their service to veterans. Illllltll \\m COURSE PRESENTS u. wmm^y Saturday, M-IIJI lit A elaSfifl of racing, thia famoui atalje Pott Time. First Race, 2 p.m. Daily Double race ii for three-year-oldi at one mile and cloiea 1:45 p. m. Grandstand: $1.50, a furlong for a $50,000 added purae. Clubbouie: $3.00. No minors admitted 1



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PAGE FOURTEEN vjenlstrkridtorL Gulfstream Opening Set For Wednesday GULFSTREAM PARK, Hallan. dale, Fla.—A startlingly beautiful Gulfstream Park inaugurates Its 40-day 1947 racing season Wednesday afternoon. Smooth sailing apparently lies ahead for Gulfstream Park, which first set its sails back in 1939 only to crack up, after only four day.-. on the rocks of financial disaster. Four years later it was reopened by President James Donn and his associates. Last year the Orst peace-time meeting of the new track was staged over 40 days, and crowds swarmed in everincreasing numbers to the Hallandale track on Federal Hig No. 1. Upwards of 750 horses on the Gulfstream Park grounds, tracted by the richest purse schedule in the history of tl course, with another 1000 at Hialeah and Tropical Pai ks. A $2300 minimum purse, and ranging to the $25,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap nets I \; < :< I to keep the I oughbreds in this through the April 19 finale. The Gulfstream Park Hand attracted 4S of the winti 's I p fligh: perf rmers, led by the Bi i hant Armed, Et< O' Luck. The Dude, C n War Watch and a qu nt< t of Soul Am< ncan invj ders Eleven stake s ai ( on the s tractive to I s all ag< s .••• I distances, Futurity Stake Slated At West Flagler Oval With the nursery stake nei a climax, Plans are now u way for the opening of the run West Flagler Kei i el club utun t> stake, a race for tWO-yeaj-old greyhounds The futuritj fcheduled to get under way March 10 with more tl an 50 two-j olds competing in the 194. cl. Mail Ti i "• : Ma rier which recently started racing at West Fl. s as one of the early season favorites in the Rolling Roy. asor of th M world titli Never Roll West Flaglei Kennel club i s witnessing its gr year I -'" '"'' tendance. Att track is nearlv 20 per c I than last year, ; til I %  play, which lagged gr.. is higher I ys La.-t year, W I a mutuel plaj (5 tracks $14.01 l • • I track %  n F'. rida in % %  • I West F: • I Visual Education Plans Made By Cancer Group %  information g Mr Bailey will show to all cluDs lenartn eni and an actw mem' '"nil oil "Tl • 1S V,S S terrible and the know,. taken in time ought be.. tie in Cancel main ecth to educate tl to an thout delay. Timi weapon tn ncer, Mrs %  %  %  n said ti m Centei at 936 [i n & Miami. with I ... A' •• %  organng a program • showing ... may • %  • ly at Haganah Admits Blast JERUSALEM (JTA>.—The Hagana losed that was respons • : British vessels in r last week. A 51 on the V Israel, s t H t -, b ats—a small 1. i a landing craft—were n i because they had bee: used to • tuship • less imi •to deportation \ Mrs. Bergman To Head Women's Member Drive B'na: B W > %  %  .... | which wil with tl • luct March IS A] %  %  • • Sunday. tthe I Ali x S. Cohei '. %  :. I St. Paul Temple Fetes Former Miami Rabbi ST PAUL. Minn—Rabbi Saul B Appelbaum. formerly of Miami will be installed as rabbi ol Mount Zion Temple at services this evening. The InrtaUation sermon will be preached by Rabbi Louis 1. Egelson adrmn^trative secreUry of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. ., Rabbi Appelbaum recently arrived from Miami, Fla.. to assume the pulpit lelt vacant by the late Rabbi Harry S. Margolis. Milton P. Firestone, president • • congregation, will officially welcome Rabbi Appelbaum to his ni w position. A reception to and Mrs. Appelbaum will follow the services. A graduate of Hebrew Union college, Rabbi Appelbaum has served in New York city; Bradford. Pa., and Miami. DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight and Arm Chairs AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. 55 S. W. FIRST STREET Phones 9-0398 and 9-9925 OPEMNG SOON at 2914 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. 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IftUDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 *Jewi$tiH iiI, tr PAGE FIFTEEN EST1MQNIAL TO LITERARY FIGURE l The following article—-Dr. Alexander Mukdoni: The Man L Hit Work"—was written by Dr. M. A. Lipkind of Miami Beach tTmm'memorate Dr. Mukdoni's 70th birthday. A testimonial banfc...t committee, under the chairmanship of Dr. M. J. Click, has Arranged a dinner in honor of Dr. Mukdoni for March 8 at 25 E;„,.h,,infon are.— Ed.) T,' A Mukdoni (pseudonym for A KappcD was born in 1877. ; i ..'chewitch, Government ; ,' k White Russia. He received /traditional Jewish education Heder and Yeshiveh and later rned to secular education. At early age he mastered, through vate teachers, the required bit'tts for college entrance. In he went to Switzerland here he studied philosophy at Berne university. He lived m time to time at Paris, Lunne and Geneva. In 1907 he lied jurisprudence at the ne university and received the tree of doctor of philosophy. D,. Mukdoni began his distinished literary career during his dent years. He published short ries and humorous sketches, ,th in the Hebrew and Yiddish !ss. In 1909 he returned to nia and settled in Warsaw, the jter f modern Jewish culture id journalism of that time. He |ned the editorial staff of Spec. s "Neie Welt," where he wrote itorials and short stories. There began his systematic activity a theatre critic. He collabord as a columnist, writer of litical articles and literary rows in various newspapers and iodicals of Europe and AmerHe has also edited magazines and anthologies and is the author of many books and monographs including "Stories and Humorous Sketches," "Books for Everybody," "The Serious and the Humorous" and "Memoirs of a Theatre Critic." He translated "The Living Ghost" by Tolstoi, "The Eternal Wanderer" by Osip Dimow and other dramas. In 1927 his 50th birthday anniversary was celebrated in New York by a special theatre performance and by the issuance of a volume of his collected essays and a "Jubilee Journal in Honor of Dr. Mukdoni" with articles in which he was acclaimed one of the most outstanding and influential Jewish theatre critics. In 1932, Mukdoni made a tour of Europe and Palestine and afterwards published articles about the Hebrew theatre. Dr. Mukdoni from the beginning of his long literary career, devoted his prolific pen and his exceptional talents to the reform and elevation of the standards of the Jewish theatre. He waged an unrelenting battle against worthless plays and stupid acting. However, he has not made theatre criticism his only life work. His literary activities embrace H 111 k *!JMlS510N ?5< every phase of Jewish culture and public life. He raises his voice against mediocrity in literature and public leadership. He uses effectively his subtle humor and at times sharp sarcasm, mocking the false prophets in Israel. He ridicules all those who write and speak a great deal and %  •^y very little. On the other hand, he delights giving credit and encouragement to those who offer positive contributions to Jewish cultural life. Mukdoni has shown in his writings profound knowledge and deep sympathy with the Jewish aspiration for national redemption. He has recently contributed an excellent article on terrorism in general and the justifiable terrorism in Palestine, where one finds him to be a better informed Zionist than some of our Zionist leaders. Since 1922 Mukdoni has lived in New York. He is associated withJ the "Jewish Morning Journal. He writes "In the World of Books and Writers" and about Jewish cultural and communal questions and on the political scene of the world each week. Dr. Mukdoni writes in a lively, individual style. His sentences are short, concise and not complicated. He avoids the excessive use of high-sounding words to exhibit superior scholarship. His style delights the scholar and is readily-understood by the general reader. He intersperses many Hebrew words and occasionally whole phrases adaptable to the Yiddish idiom. To paraphrase an aphorism by Lincoln, "He must love the Hebrew language because he uses so much of it in his Yiddish." Dr. Mukdoni in his person substantiates the proverb "The style is the man." He is at all times meticulously dressed and always mild spoken. For the last eight years he has been spending his winters at Miami Beach and is seen at his customary daily promenade, walking slowly, absorbed in deep thought. He does not display the eccentricities and mannerisms commonly observed in artists. He looks and acts like a typical gentleman scholar. He is tactful and courteous to everybody he meets. Indeed, he is a warm, loyal friend, a pleasant companion, a brilliant conversationalist and the possessor of a keen sense of humor. • • • This sketch is far from being an exhaustive study of Dr. Mukdoni and his work. "The Lexicon of the Jewish Theatre" and the "Lexicon of the Jewish Literature" contain more authoritative information about him. "The Jubilee Journal in Honor of Dr. Mukdoni," I presume contains more profound scholarly studies of him. My sketch is only a meager outline, written by a layman, a reader, in appreciation for the intellectual pleasure and instruction he derives from the work of the gifted writer, loving teacher and warm-hearted Jew. I, together with a host of Dr. Mukdoni's friends, wish him on his 70th birthday anniversary, many happy years of creative work. There is an ancient tradition that a Babylonian scholar of the third century. B.C.. 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Ji PAGE SIXTEEN knlslifk>ri(i*ar> FRIDAY^EBRUA RVoo From Adar to Vashti (As part Xerxes 1 1485-465 B.C.E.). ESTHER: The heroine of the story of Purim originally called Hadassah. In the Persian language. Esther or Ishtar means %  star." ESTHER TAANIT: The Fasl of Esther which occurs on the day before Purim (Adar 13th) and mmemorates the fast of Esther prior to her pleading for her people before Ahasuerus. GREGGER: (Haman Klappei I Noise maker used on Purim in the synagogue during the reading of the Megillah. Every time the name of Haman is mentioned, the children swing their greggers. HAMAN: Minister to King uerus and villain of the' Purim story. HAMANTASH: A three-cored Purim pastry filled with Seed. The word 'hamanIS German-Haman pocket A number of interpretations have %  een put on the custom of eating antashen. MEGILLAH: Hebrew word for scroll The word is frequently used as referring to "Megillat Esther"—Scroll of Esther, i.e. scroll containing the story of Purim. read on Purim during the evening and morning service. MISHLOAH MANOT: The custom of sending gifts to either friends or to the poor. On Purim it was obligatory upon the poorest Jews, even upon one who was himself dependent upon charity. to give to other poor. jSUNFRESH BRAND Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE I Freih squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting typts of Florida Oranges. j DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAU! RANTS. HOTELS and SCHOOLS i Miami Fruit Juice Co. I 1206 N. w. 62nd St. Phone 7-5237 MORDECAI: The hero of the Purim story and tincousin of Esther. PURIM: The Feast of Lots or the Feast of Esther, a minor historical festival Derived from the Hebrew word "pur" meaning "lots." Hainan cast lots to discover the clay most favorable to his plan of destroying the Jews PURIM SEUDAH: is marked by unbounded festivity and offers opportunities for participation by both parents and children in the domestic celebration All kinds >f merrymaking are indulged in. culminating in the evening with the jovial Seudah (party which all tlie members ol the household angathered PURIM SHP1ELER: Masquerading by both young and old has been a general practice on this holiday. Companies ol amateurs .Purim Shpielers) used to g. ; .louse to house to dance. Slllg and produce episodes i I the Pui im story, usually concluding with the comic ditty, "Heint is Purim. morgen is ois, git uns a gr and varft uns a SHALAH MANOT TREGGER: A messeng carries Purim gifts (shalah Manot). SHUSHAN: The capital ol I'ei.si.i. where the mam events ol the Purim story took place. SHUSHAN PURIM: The day following Purim (Adar 15th) The holiday was celebi this day in Shushan as final triumph was achieved in that city. VASHTI: Queen oi Ahasuerus, depos, d I i : %  ng to show, sell to the K ests. EUROPEAN JEWS SEEK AMERICAN RELATIVES Seeking to make contact with American relatives %  >! European Jews, thi s< rvice to the foreign born department of the National Council of Jewish Women, is asking for information regarding the following persons, Alexander Rappaport is I sought by Hedy Nemethy, Milton Hai th Klemphna by Jancu Harth, Angela Hanson (Sordlin Atela) by Nicola Wlajcic, Rose Caver by David Szmerdiemer, N. Haut by Leon Fries. Moisey Rosen by Rachil Lisiansky, Teodor Frankel by Dr. Bernard Birn and Hernia' Kadev by Eda Yaffee. Information may be forwarded to the Miami section of Council at 506 Congress bidg.. Miami. LEGAL NOTICE Court ,,' Dade County. Florida. HtVINO I'.W N H'l ",,, CECELIA CLARE NIDITCH LEO ROSEN, Mtol '•• 'J '" r Annl JACOB KKAKNER IIAKItV tHIAPEN MYKRH HEIMAN & K U'LAN, ,-,. for .\i>i>ii' ants. • 1 ; K IS HEREBY GIVEN that .%  > L.VESTER STRINGER :> _____ Listen to the Palestine Report Every Sunday Evening Station WKAT 7:45 P. M. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT GARDENIAS ORCHIDS 172 West Flagler Street RAMSEY'S FLOWERS FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION ROSES GLADS DIA MOND | CAB Phone 9-1912 PHONE 3-4627 ICE IS IIEREItY GIVEN thai el, Kh-liiD in % %  •'-'' "J • REAM COMI'ANV n -| .\ u vv; IIUI I •; i* "' ,' '''i : Oaile i MHO. Ii LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desliiiitc to <-ngag.i In bualnesa under the fletluoua name of THE BOOKWORM, al IM Valencia ivenue, Coral Oables, Fla Intends io register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Fl STANLEY J. BROMBBRa, Sola Owner. SILVER, KAPLAN DIETS, Attorneys lor Applicant. 2 li Sl-Sl S/1 ll \cilli K 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring ngage in i, ,. ,II, .imdei the fictitious name f HADLEY BCILDING, al 123 N. B. •ah Street, Miami, Kla.. Intend to res ,i.l name Hii the i "lerk ••! the circuii Court "f i >ii'iiCounty, Florida. EHU ARH LAMPKRT MAE K KIVKINH \|..\ M. LITMITZ SA.MMII: FEINSTEIN ESTHER PEINOTE1N _• :: 7-1 l-JI --^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage In under the flctltioua nance of Ml KKAV MFC UIHTRIBUTINU CO mot Inc.), -it -8W s. w. itird Road, Miami, Florida, Intend lo register —> ill name with ii"Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. MCRRAY GOTTLIEB If SIDNEY KKS8ELMAN Ki|ual Partner*, Wins BENJAMIN, \ •• r>i ney 2 2S :i 7-14-21--8 HERBERT II VVILENSKY ni:< >i >m-: J SAKUW II/ II. |„ I II Will :i-2 ~~0~R DEROF P U B LIC A T10N IX Tin: CIRCCIT nil l" OP THh f\ KVKNTII MlHi'lAI. i IH' I llIX \\|. KiiR DADE COCNTY. l-i., .I:II.\ IX CHANCERY, N'.i HKSSOI MARY RIEIIIPlaintiff. rilll. 11' RI'EIIL. I" : lldant. ll MR rilll.II' Rl'EHL Welln I Avenue .. %  ; ••. N \ yor ARE HEREBY REQCIRLD ,, file a In the above .. i • n oi before March 14, ihi'i'v a 1 icci • • %  Pro Confesso will I • ifian nl you in accordn-ltl, • .. law* "f the State of Pan id.i I • VTI :i' thin !-'li daj of Pebl nary. \ || : %  IT B n LEATHERMAN. • 'li : k of the Circuit Court. It ( rl Seal I By IVM. VV. STOCKING, Deputj Cli VLKItED KREISLER %  inn j for Plaintiff, SIS Si li Id Building, Miani K 2/14-21-2S NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that iho undersigned, desiring t" engage In n ... under the fictitious name ol BISCAYNE TRAILER BALES COMPANY, ai 7037 N K Second Avenue, Hi ; Ida Intends i" register ...ni name with the Clerk of tinOr, ,,i Court "f Dade County, Floi Ida. JI3, INC. WAKMAN A. Sll.\ ER, ... j • %  foi Applicant. 2 14-21-28 :; i-H NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, SAMULL BLANK, II. P. COYLE, ELIZABETH BLANK. THERE8A MILLER, ROSE BLANK KRAMER, MARION FKEHLINO. MICHAEL UUXK and JEROME BLANK, as co-partners doing buslness under the fictitious name of K-A DISTRIBUTORS, al 690 N. \V. 13th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said fictitious name in the ofol the Clerk ••( the Circuit Court I I lade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK ll F. COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA .MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREHLING MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN. H LOUIS HEIMAN. AttomeyH for Applicants, 1/31 2/7-14-21-28 Purim is called the Feast of Luis because in Hebrew purim means lots, and Hainan selected by lot the 13th day of Adar on which tu carry nut his plot against the Jews. NOTICE 18 HEREBY 'UNION lhal the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fiI tloui i f SID'S CUT RATE, al 2400 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla Intends to ><-n..id name with the Clerk of the Circuii Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY SAKS. Sole Owner, -' :'l %  •.'! 17-1 l-l'l USI Harding Avenue ,^W| l^w^.r-V -i ^ 0 B^A^V B & a A Homey f„ r Appllcam, Congress Illdt • 2 14-21-28 8/7-14 Miri'E 18 IM-P.Kp.TTrcTrH th underalgned, deslrlii i 0| • business under the i, M ""* "2CHIN INVKST'> 1326 15th street. M„„, ,t intend to register said h ? %  Clerk of the circuit Cw? 5l> County, Florida "' Qi ROBERT L. Tl-ncnv BEN TPKi-IIIN • tH,N w.un'i'i^'-l^u.'HiN NOTICH 18 HEREBY ciurTH the undersigned, desirius N *l business under the liciiii',,"*'*! PARMBIDE TRAILER PARK"!*.! NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVBN he nn.i. rslgned. desiring ,„.." business under the fli i,,,,, LYNN PARK IIUTKI. ith Street, Miami, FI., „„. biter Mid name with t'he aSM l ircult Conn of Dade •'ountv nai JOHN SCHH 1.II.I.IAN SCHWART2 SAMIKI. WEl.NBBRfl ELAINE WKINBERQ s.\.M SILVER, Attorney for Applicants, .' 14-21 -28 :i 7-14 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN J the undersigned, desiring to ennui! uusliiesa u ir the fi. tm.u* H'IMJ] DADE DEPARTMENT STORE.JI u.. w -i-''lb Av.nue. intheCM of Miami. Moi-lda. inieml |„ rfnatrl the said name with the I'lerk o[ tkal Circuit Court of Dade County rTorisJ JACK A GILMAN MAS I III. MAN A IK INOVITZ, WE IN K l.i: & ARONOV1TZ. Attorneys for Applicants, 74s Beybold Hidn Miami, Fla 2/7-14-21-28 3/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKS cull the unilernlKned. desiring t<> engage's] business under the fiolitlous name stl EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, %  ] 220 23rd Street, Miami Beach, north,I Intends to register said name with Hal Clerk of the Circuit (Vurt o( D*b| County, Plorida. HARRY BRENT JOEL P. NEWM w. Attorney for Exclusive Artists Agency, I SI 2/7-14-21-28 ftl From 1861 to 1900 then was a Purim Association in New York, founded and supported by a group of men "imbued with the desire to celebrate the Purim festival in a refined way that should fit; tingly represent the serial side' oi New York Judaism." i, COLOMIM P IXX ^ !- JOE E. LEWIS i WELCOMES Star oi Stage, Screen and Radio CARMEN MIRANDA For A Limited Engagement I In Addition to the Glamorous, Exciting Show Featuring Keva & Raoul Reyes MIRIAM LA VELLE KENT AWARDS-BETTY HEATHER-RAY MALONE BEATRICE KRAFT DANCERS 28 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS NO MINIMUM AT COLONIAL LOUNGE Minimum — Week Days — $7.50 niNNrn r£ i,her Food or Beverages DINNER Presentations-9 and 12:30 SUPPER ; %m m r i HIGH. SU I l UH0Hl R I S I V I I 0 N S UltrHONI • HOllTWOOO 1054


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 28, 1947

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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bUEIIiOiPiidliiaun
Z^^y^THE JEWISH U N I TjQ
ana
THE JEW I SH WEEKL
20NUMBER 9
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
d.
Mobilizes Visitors;
Units Map Action
kzation of the community
81,309,741 Combined Jew-
keal will be increased with
lanization of winter resi-
j aid the campaign, accord-
David Phillips, who has
750 winter residents to
[a brunch at the Shelborne
(t 10 a.m. Sunday.
pnsrcl of men and women
uintain homes here for part
year, the winter residents
is a new unit of the cam-
bugh they contribute to
Igns in their own home
[many visitors want to sup-
\k Greater Miami campaign
they feel they are part
community, Phillips said.
\. Paulette Oppert, wartime
underground leader, will
the meeting Sunday.
line the event with Phil-
Ire Harry Aberman, Jack
R, William Apte, George
an, Jack Dubinsky, Morris
man. Alex Goldblatt, Irv-
Hirsch, Max Iralson, Abe
I Louis Krensky, I. Joseph
j Bernard Sharp, Charles J.
and Dr. Joseph Weidberg.
Oppert will also be prin-
^peaker at asupper meet-
the beverage division at
i.m Sunday at the Shel-
Fifty leaders of the di-
of which Harold Cohen
avid Blank are cochairmen,
bected to attend. Key work-
the unit are Herbert Blu-
|Harns H. Gelder, Michael
Hn, Sam Weider, Jack
er. Isador Braverman and
Jicdcrman.
her division of the drive
let under way at 8 p.m.
|ry at the Miami Beach Jew-
er when social and edu-
workera meet with Mrs.
hi Meyers, chairman,
(ring committee for the
includes Charles Cohen,
Barron, Maurice Gross-
P. Cannes, George Talia-
laomi Grossman, Jack Ma-
Morris Klass, Rabbi Irving
Ian. Rabbi Leon Kronish,
| Murray Grauer and Rabbi
lescheloff. Mme. Oppert
idress the gathering,
rgent appeal for volunteer
pen workers was made by
Emphasizes Need
ed Cross Aid
county's 1947 American
oss campaignwith a goal
.000 and an army of more
)0 volunteer workersgot
an early start this week,
approximately 200 fund
attending the Tuesday
kick-off dinner at Hotel
r.
nc impetus to the local
fin was Maj.-Gen. James
|vm, commander of the fa-
B-nd airborne division, who
thvssing the audience, re-
Id his various encounters
fed Cross service during the
addressing the group was
Pane Wolpert, 17, senior at
IHigh and representative to
'apter's Junior Red Cross
H- H. Hyman, chairman
Jade county chapter's 1947
T"^_camPaign, presided.
1947 Red Cross campaign
Mnue both locally and na-
through the month of
Proclaimed by President
M Red Cross Month.
Campaign Postponed
Postponement of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal was an-
nounced this week by Stanley
C. Myers, chairman.
Dates of the drive win be
March 16 to 26 with a kickoff
brunch, scheduled to launch the
$1,309,741 campaign March 16.
Spiritual leaders of the com-
munity have proclaimed Fri-
day, March 14, and Saturday.
March IS, as Federation Sab-
bath.
Leon Kaplan and Jack Abbott,
Miami and Miami Beach chair-
men of the metropolitan unit, at
a meeting Monday night at the
National hotel.
The chairmen reported that all
80 men and women who attended
the meeting have made their con-
tributions to the campaign. The
unit, which will be responsible
for a large portion of the funds
to be raised, expects to enlist 200
Miamians and 450 residents of
the Beach into teams to canvass
the area.
Volunteers may contact the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
offices, Congress bldg., for as-
signments.
Bevin Says U. S. Blocked
Solution Of Palestine Issue
Women Pledge $11,000
After Stirring Appeal
When non-Jewish families took
Jewish orphans into their homes
during the German occupation of I home there
France, iWmeant not only per- j
sonal sacrifice of their short food
rations, but death or sentence to a
concentration camp if they were
caught giving sanctuary.
"If they could do that, there is
no limit to what you in America
can give in terms of money," de-
clared Mme. Paulette Oppert, for-
mer French underground leader,
at a "sacrifice" luncheon for the
women's division of the Greater
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal
at Ciro's, Wednesday.
At a result, nearly 400
women who attended contrib-
uted more than $11,000 to the
$1,309,741 campaign for refu-
gees, overseas needs. Palestine
and SO other humanitarian
agencies. The gifts were inde-
pendent of their husband's or
other family pledges to the
drive.
Plans also were announced for
a luncheon of majors and cap-
tains at Al's Rendezvous at 11
a.m. Monday.
3 Plans For Palestine
Offered By Agency
LONDON (JTA).The Jew-
ish Agency delegation which
conducted informal talks on
Palestine with British officials
offered Foreign Secretary Er-
nest Bevin three alternatives
when it rejected his final pro-
posal, it was revealed here dur-
ing the week-end with the pub-
lication of the text of the Jew-
ish reply.
The alternatives, which were
turned down by Bevin and Co-
lonial Secretary Arthur Creech-
Jones, were: 1. An independent
Jewish state in all of Palestine.
2. An independent Jewish state
in a partitioned Palestine along
the lines suggested by the Jew-
ish Agency last summer; or 3.
Contribution of the mandate
without restrictions pending a
final solution of the entire is-
sue.
The text of the reply stated
that the Agency executive
would recommend acceptance
of the partition proposal if it
gave the Jews control of immi-
gration and development and
representation at the United
Nations. It also pointed out
that until there is a final solu-
tion, the Jewish Agency must
insist upon the rights of the
Jewish people to return to
Palestine and set up a national
* LONDON. Feb. 25 (JTA>In a bitter statement on Palestine
today, Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin accused the U. S. govern-
ment of hindering a solution of the problem and charged Ameri-
can Jews with influencing the Jewish Agency not to attend the
recent London conference.
Opening a full-dress debate in the House of Commons, Bevin
said that Jewish immigration into Palestine could have been in-
creased if American pressure had not caused bitterness. He
advised the U. S. to recognize the fact that Britain is the manda-
tory power and has certain responsibilities in Palestine, adding
that under the mandate it was*----------------------------------------------
not empowered to accept a Jew-
ish state.
The foreign secretary pointed
out that establishment of a Jew-
ish state had not been recom-
mended by the Anglo-American
inquiry commission and charged
the U. S. with accepting only
that part of the committee re-
port which called for the admis-
sion of 100,000 Jews, while Brit-
ain was willing to accept the re-
port as a whole.
Irgun Cuts Pipeline.
Attacks RAF Field
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Ir-
gun Zvai Leumi this week cut
the Iraq-Palestine pipeline and
attacked a Royal Air Force field
south of Haifa.
The new outbreak of violence
alerted British troops throughout
Palestine. A police communique
said that the pipeline had been
cut at two places near Haifa, but
the Irgun said that it had blasted
the line in four places.
Earlier, two electrically-deto-
nated land mines blew up a Brit-
ish military truck, injuring four
soldiers, one seriously. The ex-
plosion occurred on Ramallah
road, on the outskirts of Jeru-
salem. Immediately after the
blast traffic to and from the four
security zones in Jerusalem was
halted, and police patrols were
sent to the scene of the explosion.
Rights For Jews Sought
In Austrian Treaty By WJC
LONDON (JTA)A memoran-
dum containing 15 provisions for
inclusion in the Austrian peace
treaty and which suggests more
stringent safeguards for Jewish
rights than those included in the
Rumanian, Hungarian and Bul-
garian treaties has been forward"
ed to the Big Four ministers'
deputies by the World Jewish
Congress.
The political clauses offered in
the'memorandum would guaran-
tee human rights, outlaw discrim-
ination and guarantee the Jews
the same status as Austrian na-
tionals which they held before the
Anschluss. Another clause would
require Austria to give Jewish
refugees and DP's preferential
treatment over all others as well
as providing them full protection
by the projected International
Refugee Organization.
Included among the economic
clauses suggested are indemnifi-
cation for property losses, restitu-
tion and the right to transfer as-
sets and property abroad free of
all taxes. The memorandum also
asks that Austrian court decisions
on property, human rights and
discrimination be subject to re-
view by an Allied authority under
United Nations supervision.
Bevin
In Truman
Misleading"
Charge
WASHINGTON (JTA).The
British government hat been
asked by U. S. Secretary of
State George C. Marshall for
clarification of Britain's inten-
of its plan to refer the Palestine
tion regarding certain aspects
problem to the United Nations,
it was revealed here by Michael
J. McDermoit, special press as-
sistant to Secretary Marshall.
Bevin asserted that the mandate
contains contradictory promises
and provides for a "virtual in-
vasion" by thousands of Jews, at
the same time that it states that
"the people in possession must
not be disturbed." The history of
the past 25 years has proved that
these dual aims cannot be accom-
plished without a conflict, he de-
clared.
Disclosing that he had request-
ed Sir Alexander Cadogan, Brit-
ish representative at the United
Nations, to ascertain whether it
would be possible to submit the
issue to the U.N. before Septem-
ber, when the general assembly
s scheduled to meet, Bevin said
.hat he would prefer, even now,
.o deal with the problem on a
humanitarian basis, rather than
io to the U.N.
"There is a chance of settle-
ment yet if people will come off
their arbitrary position, without
going to the United Nations. I
am still willing to try," he de-
clared.
If the question goes to the
U.N., however, it must decide
the following points, he stated:
1. Whether to admit the claim
for a Jewish state: 2. Whether
to admit the claim for an Arab
state, in which a Jewish na-
tional home would be safe-
guarded; or 3. Whether to fa-
vor creation of a Palestinian
state balancing the interest of
both communities.
The British government agrees
that the White Paper is unwork-
able, but it cannot abandon it
without substituting another pol-
icy, the foreign secretary stressed.
He declared that Britain had en-
tered into various negotiations in
an attempt to arrive at a satis-
factory substitute, but had been
thwarted by the attitude of the
U. S. and the Jewish Agency.
He charged that both Jews and
Arabs would cooperate but for
the agency's interference and at-
WASHINGTON. The White
House Wednesday answered Brit-
ish Foreign Secretary Ernest
Bevin's charge that President
Truman wrecked the Palestine
negotiations last October by po-
litically-inspired statements on
the Jewish question.
In emphatic language, the state-
ment said "the impression that
has arisen from yesterday's de-
bate in the British parliament that
America's interest in Palestine
and the settlement of Jews there
is motivated by partisan and
local politics is most unfortunate
and misleading," a formal White
House statement said.
The White House retorted
bluntly that Mr. Truman was
merely reaffirming the attitude
toward Jewish immigration into
Palestine which this government
has maintained publicly since the
summer of 1945.
"This attitude was and is based
upon the deaire of the President
to advance a just solution of the
Palestine problem," the White
House said.
tacked its claim for Jewish rep-
resentation at the U.N., com-
menting: "Are we in the U.N. as
a religion or a nation?" He
added that those Jews "who had
grown up in the British custom"
wanted to attend the Palestine
conference, but the Jewish
Agency, "largely dominated from
New York," would not agree.
Bevin referred to the Yom
Kippur statement of President,
in which the latter reiterated
his demand for the admission
of 100.000 Jews and endorsed
the Jewish Agency proposal for
establishment of a "viable Jew-
ish stale." He said that while
in Paris for a meeting of the
Foreign Ministers Council, he
had been informed by Prime
Minister Ailee that Truman
planned io issue such a state-
ment. He went to see the then
Secretary of State James F.
Byrnes, telling him that "we
were on the road, if only the
U. S. would leave us alone."
and begged that the Truman
statement not be issued. Byrnes
replied that it could not be
stopped, because Thomas E.
Dewey. who was then running
for re-election as Governor of
New York, was planning to is-
sue a similar statement. "I
cannot settle things, if problems
are made the subject of election
rivalries." Bevin added.
He expressed the belief that the
Arabs could be persuaded to agree
to the admission of 100.000 Jews
"in an orderly way on humani-
tarian grounds," if immigration
after that we>e to be determined
by the "elected representatives
of the people of Palestine."
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PAGE TWO
Penonally Speaking. ...
Frieas o, M, m,, *, jgMf-J- ^ --* gfc > *
Stone are being inv;ted to at- Ab ash is; the> Miami and Mrs. J. Hochman. Mrs.
tend an open house in honor of ^^^ N. j. The Schon. Miss^R. Sterbokov
their 25th wedding anniversary
= FS 6 P~ Sunday. Mr- ~^ ^^ "^ oX^*^^
and Mrs. George Stone .will be *}* '^.^ anni. and Mrs.
Simon April.
hosts at their home. 2127 & w. ""!* and Samuel ^Bemm's brother. Max Ber-
16th ter. Mr. Stones mother, ^ers^o.^. ana ^ q( Lexmqton
Mrs. Sarah Stone will assist in ^aa,J "^V and re- spending the winter at Red
receiving guest, Out-oMown 2~J*J Jf^ Mrs. &d ." Visitors at the Gotham
guests expected for the ce.eorc- r^r e. v 0f Miami gave hotel, Miami Beach are Mr.
on include Mr. and Mr.. Hy- gjgJEy a: ^y, Jtau- and Mrs. Phi'
man lipsitz and Mr. and Mrs. Hcc^mcr. s are va- Bnahton. Mass.
Miss Remmer, Mr. Cowen
To Be Wed Sunday
Of interest in Miami and Har-
risburg, Pa., i> the forthcoming
marriage of Miss Emily Remmer
s L. Cowen which is
mnounced by the bnde-elecfs
ther, Mrs. Rubin Remmer of
Harrisburg.
Tin' couple will be married at
Sui day in the study of the
,,: Dr. Louis I. Newman.
rabbi of Rodeph Sholom Reform
-, n pli ol New York city. A
wedding breakfast will be served
bridal party at the Waldorf
ts expected for the ce4ec:c- pr- -"-- gave'hotel, Miami Beach are mi. t0 the briaal pany ai "Tfu"
^*&^&%SJESw&~\?* M:sL_Phihp Shapiro of Astoria hotel New York, follow
ogress Mrs. Ariel Durante wife of
total Mrs. ~>c,^. and Mrs. -he phUosopher-htslonan, W.l
Casper Wiseman of Savannah
relatives of Mrs. Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Berqer 1234
S. W. Fourth st., will entertain
friends of the family ot the Br:s
of their grendsor., Stephen Jay
Bronis, at 1:30 p.m. Sunday
Son of Mr. and Mrs. '- ory
Bronis, Stephen Jay was born
Sunday afternoon ct Jackson
Memorial hospital. His mother |_""_v* ^j^ z~z ELagiewood Miami to continue on a nation-
k, ?e .:;-;:.-.: =1 the wide lecture tour. He is now
the ceremony.
Miss Remmer is a graduate of
a] High school and the
g, i of Commerce and Con-
P^B^Berkowia is at Jackson ra Lear of the Lear
Memorial hosf tal recuperatin >1 1010 West ave., Miami
from an operation ... Confined Beach ,,,
Di Durante author of Ihe
Durar.te is now a guest ot vi rf MusR. of Harrisburg.
< T____ 1" ikn T onr f-m ** *
A. SOS Co.CMJ
-,o his
btc
4 Dros- the Miami last
; c: "... \ tc Beach hotel Monday evening and has left
is the former Thelma Beraer
twin dcughter of the Bergers.
Beach, Mrs I::- inlixa-
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel ... y_:5 Harold .-;-; .-. the \:r.s in five volumes the first
and Miss Florence Stein enter- Rova] zz:-_ -_--f. ~* y_- : ; which have already
: en employed on Capitol
Harrisburg for a number
/ears and recently was asso-
.vith the bureau of em- ,
at | nt and unemployment
mpensation in the department
of labor and industry. Member
i f a pioneer Harrisburg family,
she was active in war work and
with various depart-
of the state of Pennsyl-
*n Essen. Mito7',1
of the local Sj*
lect supplies for J**!
vivort. ^*l W
M- a. j. Tobia
named SOS chairm.*^
Miami Beach. fc^S !
tributions leapoSTSJ
home. 849 Lenox SJ J*
permanent depot J ^
were shipped oul iul JJ
national SOS hstdsjJS
Mt. Vernon. N. Y,?J
reported Similar shipZ
are made every rhret 7
months. "*
vania.
Mr. Cowen has lived in Miami
tained at a cocktail party Satur- j^jjg p j.^: -._-..:.: 3. reer. pubushed They are "Our practically all of his life, coming
day evening at the former's ._,_.. z:e _;_;-: \'_- ;-; Mrs
home, 330 19th st.. Miami Beach g^
::\r will be The Age
. Celebrating their 25th wed- more
ding anniversary Sunday eve- Mrs.JeanSe:~ -:-- -..".::..".
ning ct a small dinner party Gve^ Co-:o.-.u: 3rove ~; :
were Nt. ar.d Mrs. Aaron Gold- tess' Sur.cav a::e::.::.-. a: ::.
The Life of ere as a boy In May, 19W. He is
iot's Christ. ife member of Biscayne Bay
Free and Accepted
affiliated with
mburg, 219 S. W. 11th ave.
open house
Joining them were their son-in- brother-in-law zr.z sister
Ros
ge 124.
t, 'the Miami and
Miami Beach Chambers of Com-
and the National Shoe Re-
association. He is also a
, .-.. J950,
For the ; years his wife
r:e! has been his researcher.
bey bave twice acne around harter member of Temple Israel
lew and daughters, Mr. and and j^g David Weiss :r. their the world ar.d have ~zde five ,,f Miami.
Mrs. Herbert Bocr.er and Miss. 33^ anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. pilgrimages to Europe and the Following a wedding trip. Mr.
slyn Goldenburg, ar.d grand-1 Vv'eiss will return
will be held this Sunday night at
the Temple, 41st st. and Chase
ave The dance starts at 8:30 p.m.
.. to their home Near Ea=: Mrs Durar.te hopes Cowen and his bride will be at
daughter, Linda Bogner. The|in New york arter a :wo weeks' to bring out a book of her own Shelborne hotel, Miami
Goldenburgs have been Miami visit here Assisting Mrs. Sen- cr. The History of the Women Beach- aft,'r March 9- _
residents since coming here :n at the ^^ Sunday were of the French Salon." ~~~ -. "
from New York eight years ago. her son and daUgh,er, Manuel | Morris Haas of Morristown, Fratority Flans Uance
Miss Mccaleer. Schulman. and Shirley. Guests included [ N. J., is visiting his brother, A dance for members and guests
daughter ot Mr. cr.a Mrs. Harry f^ and Mrs Nathan Adelman,! Samuel Haas, of 3388 Matilda of Temple Beth Sholom Fratority
Schulman was entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, i-t. Harry Growman of New
a shower Sunday^ afternoon. ^5. Ethel shochet. Mr. and York has joined his wife at
Hostesses were the Misses Judy Mrg- Herman Slepian, Mr. and i their home, 1627 N. W. First st.
and Rita Weiss. Miss Schu Mrs Harry Growman. Samuel They will return to New York
man is the bride-elect of Jack Haas Moriis Haas Miss NormQ for ,he A u 3 weddm of their
Kamenorf c Or.cndo Haas m and M:s A KrQnen. S00| MortQn Growman and
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan feld and R Epste;n ... Miss Dessie Lichman oj New
are spending a rew weeks in, Susan Laura Berson cele-jYork. Miss Lichman is the
Savannah Gc. Tney expect to brated her first bir,hday Sunday daughter of Mrs. Rose Lichman
mU "^ C,aS!T!r u a a 'at a P:^ 9'ven by her grand-1 and the late Max Lichman. Her
Miss Gertrude Schneider and motherSi Mrs. R/Berso^ and, fianCe was a first lieu.enan
her fiance, Benjamin S. Abrash, ^5 R. Melinson, at the home! during the war. They plan to
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i spend their honevmoon in
William Berson, 2400 S. W. 21st Miami .
st. Monetary girts which Susan Visiting Dr. and Mrs. Ran-
Laura received were set aside dolph Shevach, 3426 Prairie
of the child rescue fund of the ave., are his parents, Mr. and
Pioneer Women's Orgaaization. Mrs. Harry Shevach of New
Special guests were Johnny Ber- York.
^~. son, Teddy and Melvin Black, -
f. J Carol Ann and Steve Foxman,
'L ,. % I Lois Glantz and Mike Schon.
JilirfllNDS Also attending were Mr. and
C/BBl!^ MrS- S \hlr?\ David Green-
berg of Philadelphia, Mrs. S.
Brotman, Mrs. E. Footer of
Brooklyn, Miss Ruth Brotman,
Mrs. A. Berson, N. Mink, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Spector and S.
Rachlis of Philadelphia, Mr. and
were feted at a cocktail party
Sunday afternoon at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan,
3724 Pine Tree dr. Miss
Schneider is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schneider,
CHOU-CHOU
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are new and foot-
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Telephone Dorothea Dubler at
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Miami Girls 6 to 16 Now
Being Enrolled
Miss Edelman Is
Of Bernard Rosenblatt
M1ssIn,,.,I.;,.E the bride of Bernard RosaJ
o uu ?erei :' PerforwH
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Tjafc
evening at the Blackstuneta
Daughtei Mr. and Mrs
Edelman. 905 Euclid ave |
bride was attended by htrj
Judith, as maid ol honor. |
bridesmaids were D..iisDrw
Lillian Farber, Civie AppeiJ
Eve Rosner
Irvmg Rosenblatt was best J
for his brother. They are seal
Mrs. Rose R isenblatt, 246 Jefc
son ave. A dinner at the hJ
followed the ceremony.
Mrs. Rosenblatt attends
schools at Miami Beach and J
graduated from Miami Bed
Senior High school of whichig
husband is also an alumnui k>
Rosenblatt was discharged fq
the Army m November torn
ing two years service in
Philippines
Following a honeymoon mis
Palm Beach, the couple will *
side at 901 Euclid ave
*6
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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Olympia Building Phono 3-3720
Pli-mode's new playshoes,
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up your pretty feet. Em-
bossed elk (resembles alli-
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DISCOVER
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The New Yarn Store
Full Line of 100o Wool
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Mail Orders Filled
Tailors' Supplies
LacesButtonsNotions
SpanglesBeads
Rhinestones
N. Y. Trimmings Store
502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672
Cor. 6th St. Next to Oade Pharm.
Benjamin Coleman, M. D., D. D. S.
Announces the Removal oi His Offices to
350 LINCOLN ROAD. Lincoln Building
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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JAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947
+Jenistncridlton
PAGE THREE
tond Interfaith Event
^eduled For Monday
Cause ot the success of last
K interfaith meeting and to
W. .in appropriate setting,
iplc Israel Sisterhood's second
Vil interfaith program will be
in the Temple auditorium
Lr 0n Monday afternoon at 2
ck.
Andrew W. Gottschall, di-
h,- ,,f the Miami Round Table
|he National Conference of
Jtians and Jews, will give the
Li,, address. The program
hlsa include a book review.
selections and organ music.
[o meeting is open to the en-
[ommunity and in order to
best the interfaith ideal,
member is urged to invite
Elian friends and neighbors,
|Rcba Engler Epstein, presi-
announces.
Embers of the March hostess
flittee will preside at the tea
in Kaplan hall following
program. Headed by Mrs.
| D. Singer, chairman for the
|h. hostesses include Mrs.
ph Wertheimer, Mrs. Stella
man. Mrs. Colman A. Zwit-
Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs.
Simons, Mrs. H. Boyell.
Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs.
Marks, Mrs. Sol Magnus.
fedward Oxenberg, Mrs. Max
lit/. Mrs. Bertha Lach, Mrs.
nc Jackson, Mrs. Frank S.
Mrs. Louis Mendelson,
Esther M. Loveman, Mrs.
tm Lehman, Mrs. J. Gerald
Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs.
Mevins, Mrs. Ned Sail.
lAlfred A. Morris. Mrs. Isaac
cohostess for March, is
\itm chairman for the inter-
meeting.
committee will function as
^hood hostesses throughout
nontli of March, including
bgular Sabbath evening re-
ins after Friday evening
les.
DR. WISE TO SPEAK
AT CENTER SERVICES
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will make
his annual appearance on the pul-
pit of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center during services this eve-
ning.
World renowned, Dr. Wise was
instrumental in the founding of
the Free Synagogue in New York,
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
the American Jewish Congress,
World Jewish Congress and the
Zionist Organization of America.
He has been president of AJC,
WJC and the institute.
Dr. Wise will be introduced by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman who will
conduct the services.
i\ Guests Donate
|NF At Party
pts at the Lynmar hotel
jbutcd approximately $300
Jewish National Fund at a
Saturday evening, accord-
Louis Wolk of Chicago,
ber of t h e arrangements
Jit tec.
on the committee were
Walovich, manager of the
and M. Lukofsky of To-
M. Rifkin and L. Davis of
lo.
rtainment was provided by
" Cosloff of Chicago, Mrs.
bhen of Toronto, Mrs. T.
kon of Brooklyn and Mrs. S.
ff of Philadelphia.
NEW RADIO SERIES
"Lest We ForgetThese Great
Americans." a new series of
weekly radio stories will be pre-
sented over Station WINZ each
Sunday at 10:15 a.m. for 13 weeks
commencing Sunday.
The life of Wendell Willkie.
starring Quentin Reynolds, has
been selected for the premiere.
Sponsored by the Institute for
Democratic Education, the series
will dramatize the contributions
of great men and women who left
an indelible impression upon the
world. Casts include top-flight
stars of Broadway and Hollywood,
and featured radio players from
national network shows.
Rabbi Rosenblum Speaks
Concluding a series of three
lectures on "Man's Social Re-
sponsibility," Rabbi William
Rosenblum, president of the Syn-
agogus Council of America, will
speak in the University of Miami
theatre at 8:15 p.m., Monday,
March 10.
The series is sponsored jointly
by the University and the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
JM taA iP/Jtvaol
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH TWELFTH GRADES
MORNING AND ALL DAY SESSIONS
Morning: Outdoor individual academic instruction
Afternoon: Music, Art, Dramatics, Swimming
DA R. LEAR PHONE 1010 West Avenue
Dlrtor 5-0606 Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 1400
HOLLYWOOD LUMBER COMPANY
FOR YOUR BUILDING NEEDS
1x6 1x8 "2x4 2x6 2x8 2x10
DOORS SCREENS WINDOWS
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Seasonably Priced Prompt Delivery
[Hollywood Blvd. at Seaboard Railway Station
HOLLYWOOD
RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS
BRAGGIOTTI and CHAIKIN
Duo Pianists
In a Program from Bach to Boogie-Woogie
" Child Re cue Fund European Displaced Children
sponsored by Kadimah Chapter Pioneer Women
MIAMI EDISON HIGH SCHOOL
[SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH8:30 P.M.
Vile Sc,c,">ns at *' *' 50-42.00-42-50 Plus 20", Federal Tax
|nio' "Oln rh *rT"ric;'n Shop in Honey Plaza Hotel: M. B. Radio. 1219
) ai,,j Amidn,, Associated Starei, Red Cross Drug (Kodak
ca'doi,, ,rom Feb- 26th to March 8th. Advance Mail Orders
Ch.,L?r r08 Langford Bldg. Cheques Payable "Braggiotti
K'n Concert."
First Parley Slated
On Jewish Education
First state conference on
Jewish education will be held
in Miami Beach on Sunday.
April 27. according to A. P.
Gannes. executive director of
the local Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation which will be host to
representatives of 18 Florida
communities at the session!.
Dr. Leo Honor, dean of the
department of education of
Dropsie college, has been in-
vited to be principal speaker.
The meeting will be con-
ducted in conjunction with the
conference which will convene
here April 28 and 29.
Council To Coordinate
Local JNF Activities
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will i
address a meeting of the Jewish |
National Fund Council of Greater j
Miami Wednesday evening at the \
Helene hotel, according to Sam-1
uel Prosterman, chairman.
Organized several months ago.
the JNF council is composed of!
representatives from organiza- j
tions which give financial sup-1
port to JNF. the medium through
which land is purchased in Pales-
tine for Jewish settlement.
Within a short time, every JNF
box placed in local Jewish insti-
tutions will carry the label and
approval of the council. Proster-
man said. He explained that the
council was set up to eliminate
overlapping and confusion in
local JNF activities.
Officers of the council include
Dr. Harry Queen. S. Ashkenazy
and Mrs. I. Rosengarten, vice
presidents; Meyer Mescheloff, fi-
nancial secretary; Isidore Gold-
berg, treasurer; Miss Roslyn
Drosd. corresponding secretary,
and Miss Florence Samuels, re-
cording secretary. The council's
offices are at 830 Euclid ave. and
4427 Royal Palm ave.
Represented on the council are
the Miami and Miami Beach Zion-
ist districts. Beach group of Sen-
ior Hadassah, Junior Hadassah,
Miami and Miami Beach Mizrachi,
Pioneer Women's organizations
(clubs one and two and Kadimah
chapter), Masada. Habonim and
Jewish National Workers' alli-
ance.
\
NEW MARKET OPENS
The newest market to serve the
large Jewish population in the
Southwest section of Miami is the
Quality Kosher Food Center,
located at 1961 S. W. Eighth st.
Situated in the heart of the new
Southwest shopping district, the
proprietors offer the customer a
complete, modern, up to date
food market where strictly kosher
meat, poultry, dairy, delicatessen.
fruit and vegetables may be ob-
tained at the same time. All
equipment is brand new and of
the latest type. The owners are
experienced food purveyors and
are featuring free prompt deliv-
ery service.
Members of the newly-formed women's division oi the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami have a separate goal
for $170,000, which represents one-tenth oi one per cent oi the
national United Jewish Appeal for $170,000,000. Some oi the
workers pictured above are, seated, Mrs. Edward Weinstein,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. co-chairman; Mrs. Carl Suskind, Mrs. Alex
Libow and Mrs. Frieda Kalstein. Standing, left to right, Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich, Mrs. Oscar Lelchuck, Mrs. Joseph A. Bermcm
and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
Auxiliary To Nominate
Ladies' auxiliary of the Holly-
wood Jewish Community Center
will nominate officers at a meet-
ing 8 p.m., Tuesday, in the Cen-
ter.
Members of the auxiliary will
be hostesses at a Purim celebra-
tion following reading of the
Megillah Wednesday evening.
They are Mrs. Anne Golden and
Mrs. Jenny Kravitz who will be
assisted by David Feldman.
Also scheduled at the Center
next week is a meeting of B'nai
B'rith 8 p.m., Thursday.
Lecture On Socialism
Set By Arbeiter Ring
"The Socialist Movement in
Europe and the Jews" will be
discussed by H, Zigas of the Yid-
dish Socialist Verband at 8 p.m.,
Saturday, at the Miami "Y."
Zigas, well-known lecturer on
socialist and labor activities, came
from Poland through the efforts
of the Jewish, Labor committee
when the Nazis invaded his na-
tive Warsaw.
His lecture tomorrow evening
will be under the auspices of the
Miami Arbeiter Ring Vladeck
branch 699 and the Ladies' club
of branch 699. H. Weintraub will
be chairman of the evening.
Bazaar Chairmen Named
Mrs. Sam August and Mrs. Jack
August have been named co-
chairmen of the post-Purim
bazaar which the Beth David
Sisterhood will sponsor Sunday
evening. March 23.
Bingo and entertainment will
be featured at the event which
will be held on the grounds and
in the auditorium of the syna-
gogue.
SAM NEW LOCATION S BARBER SHOP
446 4 CHAIRS 4 FIRST CLASS BARBERS NO WAITING PHONE 3-9593 WEST FLAGLER (Just across the Street from Old Shop)
To Our Friends in Greater Miami
WE ARE ANNOUNCING
THE OPENING OF
Siegel Paint Company
1654 N. W. 7TH AVENUE
Monday, March 3, 1947
Offering a Complete Line of
CAPITOL PAINT PRODUCTS
WE DELIVER PHONE 9-5936
JZoded
Cut $1.00 per Dozen
Potted, Ready to Bloom,
Shrubs, Etc.
Two Blocks West of
Le Jeune Road
4391 N. W. 12th Street
4-6994
Bruun's Gardens
fister.
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PAGE FOUR
FEBRUAft.
Editorial
WORLD WILL NOT BE FOOLED
The inevitable has happened The^ayal of ^onuses
first by the Churchill Government and now oy _
Government has created a tragic s.uat on oMhe H ^ ^
For years Britain has been toying[With ^om8 and
aspirations. For years there bat SHtoEnMW have
shameful betrayals. For years pious ** ^
been raising Jewish hopes *"**fSaXdote. For years
studiously avoided responsibility underthemamKn ^
she has sought to escape her gE!ttbZl** British
Declaration. The terrorism of J^^^St of word
indifference, procrastination and of Britain s vioia
"d?, hove*->-*-Jg* *5553s;
.sent plight upon Presi-
The White House has
...legations and a reitera-
Son" of its demands for immigration and proper treatment to the
"^Tn^'present utterances and attempted sh.hingof blame
again confirm British policy of machination. World public
opinion will not be fooled.

RED CROSS
We drive on with drives and become *o accustomed to
solicitations for the different causes that soon all appear alike.
We call especial attention to the current Red Cross fund cam-
Pai9Through our generous support of the Red Cross we
strengthen a vast program of mercy and community service
reaching into every, part of: America. In war and. ir.peace-
disaster' and for rehabilitation Red Cross has earned enviable
distinction. Red Cross has attained high achievement.
Our local chapter is one of 3.755 ready to act when the
emergency demands. How well Red Cross continues to do its
job depends on our contributions to the 1947 campaign.
SHORTSIGHTED
Organizations representing themselves as adequately serv-
ing our needs are again failing miserably in stimulating regis-
tration. This effort should be a year-round activity. It has
developed into a spasmodic last-minute pre-election thought.
Most of the time even this agitation has been created for the
benefit of special interests.
Under our very noses the spring term oi the Florida legisla-
ture will have before it the proposed Matthews bill. This bill is
practically another "white primary" bill.
The bill has been vigorously opposed by the State JWV.
Resolutions condemning the measure have been passed by
that body. To accomplish their purpose will necessitate the
strength of the suffrage.
Our lawmakers will heed the sentiments of the voters in
their pxpressions.
We again call to the attention of the Jewish War Veterans
and B'nai B'rith groups this important responsibility of seeing
that everyone eligible is registered. We believe they should
take the lead. Other groups can surely assist in protecting the
privileges which guarantee and protect their very right to exist.
HID R ES U LTS
I
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(Copyright. 1S4S, Seven Arti Feature SyM|M,()
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
WHITEWASH?
A few weeks ago Drew Pearson ended his column, "I
MerryGo-Round," witn a statement by Dr. Maurico G
^ program to combat potent.al
racial and religious hatred to
Americs was outlined by James
Waterrr Wise, director of the
Against Intolerance,
when he participated in a synv
im on "The Jew in the World
. Tuesday evening at Miami
Bead-. H "ol-
Forecasting of depres-
5i : within the next five years.
Wise warned that effort.- will be
.. ,o use U Jews as --cape-
coats.
We must set up bulwarks
now Jo fight the forces which
will use unhappiness and in-
security as a means of creating
racial and religious haired." he
cautioned.
Action in three fields was sug-
estcd by Wise, who recom-
mended that American Jewry
ampaij aUon to fortify ^.^cry novels to Fairer and Rinehart .. .
Civil rights of all Americans;
official T ^1
evidence u> '* wv.wy jew,
Argentina Reference is made, however, to 'scattered uL
of anti-Semitic demonstrations by small private group" 7*
know what Mr. Pearson and Dr. Goldman want Jews ^ *
about Peron's government ... We do know that a country ibi
i host to Nazi survivors is not likely to exert any effort toJ
scattered instances" from recurring And we have roll
believe that "the scattered instances "are being fomented atdul
the Peron forces in the "unofficial" capacities ... J
BROADWAY COSSIPt
Sir Stork expected at the Arthur Millers' ,. He's the .
All My Sons." being hailed as the best serioui drimjto*1
Great White Way in many a season Paul Muni is reading
for his impending return to the legitimate stage ... Dm* s
flymg east with husband George Montgomery She'll a
White House correspondents' dinner for President Trumar.oti
1st John Garfield and Lilli Palmer, who have beeim*.
'Body and Soul" in Hollywood, will make a picture in Er.glaJ
fall Johnny is taking his family on a trip to Europe, 14 |
be in England with hubby Rex Harrison The Leo Huuit*3
filming Howard Fast's "Freedom Road") rate congratulate!
their new son Incidentally, Fast's brother Julius has 1
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

provide education towards the
equal:' people to live to-
gether as equal individuals; and
work for security for
all.
"The best soil for race hatred is
an unhappy, economically and so-
cially frustrated group of men
and women," he stated.
Greatest advances toward se-
curity were made in the last 14
. .,:-. especially through Franklin
D. Roosevelt's program, he said.
Ir. the field of legislation, he
urged the promotion of fair em-
nent practices acts on state
and national levels as being of
major importance.
Also on the symposium, which
concluded this season's Jewish
Cultural committee .series, was
Rabbi James Heller who dealt
with the European and Palestin-
ian scenes.
Decrying the continuance of
anti-Semitism in Europe. Rabbi
Heller called for a four-point plan
of actionto help keep the Jews
of Europe alive through such
mediums as the United J< -
Appeal, to get as many Jews out
of Europe and into Palestine, to
open America and other countries
to Jewish immigration and to
ontinue the struggle for human
rights for our 1 I en through-
out the world."
MUSICAL NOTESt
The beauty and depth of cantorlal singing is a part of our;
culture that many of us have missed on the American see]
Beginning in March we'll have a chance to fill the gap...
iKusevitsky, noted Warsaw cantor, is now in the States pluaj
series of operatic and cantorial concerts ... He has an ir.t
history When the Naris occupied Warsaw, Kusevltskyt
into Russia with his familystill wearing the Hitler-imposell
bands on their sleeves ... He was enthusiastically welcomed
Soviet Union and sang before many leaders, including Still J
Voroshilov ... He was twice awarded the Stalin medal in a
edgment of his singing for the Red Army at the front...A|
fan of another cantor, the late Joseph Rosenblatt, is Latin |
Tito Guizar Tito doesn't understand a word he hears, hl|
for hours listening to his complete collection of the cantor'sm
ings .
AN ANSWER?
The increase in anti-Semitic "incidents" in Britain ul
occasioned considerable comment over there .. Synajogal
hare been desecrated, shop windows smashed and inditidal
Jews threatened with beatings and floggings ... ThetxplaJ
ation offered is that all this i* in retaliation for thetenml
activities in Palestine ... More than a month ago this colusl
exposed the revival of Oswald Mosley's fascist groupssi
England and asked why they were being permitted 10 opera I
freely Can it be that the government wants to silaol
Jewish protests against the barbarities of the Palestine o|
pation troops? ... It intimidation the answer? ..
John D. Montgomery, editor and publisher of the Sun Star.
Miami Beach daily, was deservedly honored by Temple Beth
Sholom. He was chosen by the Community Service Award
Committee as the "local citizen who has made the richest con-
tribution to the essentials of citizenship in the community,"
during 1946. This selection removed the doubts created last
year that the award would be meaningless and little care given
as to the true implication the tribute carried with it.
The presentation was made at services last Friday evening,
witnessed by an overflowing assemblage gathered to honor the
recipient.
Another honor was his this week when he was chosen to
lead the Chamber of Commerce as president for the coming
year. This further recognizes the leadership ability that earned
for John Montgomery the Community Service Award.
In extending the plaque the Chairman declared Mont-
gomery as "standing far in the lead of all other nominees." The
remarks echo the sentiments of the residents of Miami Beach,
most of whom have witnessed the tireless efforts of "John" to
go all out in assisting every worthwhile communal endeavor.
ORCHIDS:
To Robert R. Nathan, economist and author of the Nathasl
which has been such a terrific help to the unions in their f
a decent living ... Mr. Nathan resigned from World Wide T
ment co., which had agreed to report on Argentine irMJ
President Peron Orchids also to all the big-name and it*
Turning to the Palestine ques-Jmen and womcn who made the recently ended Brotherhood!
lion, Ral bi Hellei cautioned that! s,art towards a Brotherhood Year and a Brotherhood Future
Greai Britain does not intend to RFTwrFM mtvuwmm.
give up its trusteeship. In sub- BETWEEN COVERS:
to the United! Don't miss "The Jews in Yugoslavia, a v<
intend- by Moshe Braver in last month's "Synagogue Light
only mbly to fix Crum is reading the galley proofs of his new book c
i-erv informative!
A NEW ADDITION
Congratulations to the latest addition to our organized
Jewish community. Congregation Beth T'filah was dedicated
with elaborate ceremonies last Sunday. Local leadership was
present to join in formally opening the doors of this newest of
Houses of Worship.
This modem monument established as an orthodox institu-
tion, in a supposed period of religious apathy, scores for the
cause of traditional Judaism. Erected in the most difficult of
times with material scarce and labor a problem, Beth T'filah
deserves commendation for its success.
The new synagogue marks the continued growth of the
Jewish population here, and more important, strengthens our
religious life.
the te if trustees! ip, said.
The United Nations will judge the
Ol the status quo.
e added, but expn I optimism
in the future settli of the
Palestine issue,
"If we cannot establish a
Jewish commonwealth today,
we can establish it tomorrow,"
he declared. "The future of
Palestine depends upon the in-
stitution of large public works.
That can only come from the
Jews of Palestine." he con-
cluded.
Mr. Wis 0 optimistic.
"I welcome the fact that the
Jewish case will come before the
tentatively titled "Let the Living Go" ... Mr. Crum xr^\.
Anglo-American commission last fall Howard Fast fans*.
a swell short story, "Epitaph for Sidney," in the Januarj
Life,"
UN,"' : sta'> "I know that six
Arab states will be represented
and that no official Jewish voice
will be heard But we five mil-
lion American Jews can see to it
that the American delegation
pleads our case and demands jus-
tice."
Absent from the program was
Hayim Greenberg, editor of the
Jewish Frontier who was called
to Palestine to attend a special
meeting of the Jewish Agency.
Shepard Broad served as mod-
erator of the symposium. He was
introduced by A. P. Cannes
Vets Name Committees
Committee appointments were
n.ade by Commander Nat Pollack
during a meeting of the AM VETS
Robert Richter post Tuesday eve-
ning.
Saul Radler was named mem-
bership chairman and Esther
Levy, Philip Bari, Lou Bush,
Wilma Palumbo and Bernie Mil-
ler were selected to serve with
him.
Mitchell Reiner will be com-
mander's representative to the
I Miami Beach Veterans council
i with Alvip Richter as alternate.
Delegates to the United Veterans
council of Dade county will be
H. Johan.sen and Esther Levy.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, post
chaplain, and Henry Carver and
Mitchell Reiner will compose the
grievance committee.
Guest chaplain at the meeting
was Rabbi Louis Cassell of Phila-
delphia who is visiting in Miami
Beach with his brother, Rabbi
Abe Cassell of Long Island, N. Y.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1947
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PAGE FIVE
PURIM PARTIES
SET FOR SUNDAY
Thursday's Purim, but local
religious school children will
celebrate the Feast of Lots with
parties and plays March 2 and 9.
Celebrations at Beth David,
Temple Israel and Miami Beach
Jewish Center are scheduled for
this Sunday. The Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Temple
Beth Sholom and Beth Jacob will
hold children's festivals next
week.
At Beth David, children of the
Hebrew and Sunday Schools will
have a masquerade party spon-
sored by the P-TA. Prizes are to
be awarded to each class for the
best and most original costumes.
Entertainment, arranged by Mrs.
A. Stiebel, will include a recita-
tion by Rita Shlafrock; duct by
Evelyn Greenfield and Myron
c y, and a solo by Miss
G i enfield.
A Purim fantasy, written by
A. P. Gannes and directed by
Mrs. Stiebel, will be presented by
Dennis Gttlin, Howard Bressler,
Charlei Roscnblitt, Jerry Shul-
ffl in Hita Shlafrock and Eloise
I Hoffman. Purim refreshments,
including Hamentaschen, will be
id. A short meeting of the
P-TA will precede the party.
At Temple Israel the children
will present a Purim play under
the direction of Mrs. Sadie Wein-
berg and Miss Ruth Belov. A hot
luncheon will be served after-
wards by a Sisterhood committee
of which Mrs. Norman Rossman
is chairman.
The Center's dramatic club,
under the leadership of Miss Ruth
Curson, will present a Purim play
Dl the Center's celebration which
will feature the latest Palestinian
movies and the presentation of
awards for Jewish National Fund
activity. Holiday refreshments
will be served by the Sisterhood
under the chairmanship of Mrs
(.inune Goldberg.
Up in Hollywood, the Jewish
Community Center will hold a
Purim carnival for children of the
religious school at 2 p.m., Sunday.
Marionettes and a dramatic pro-
gram will be highlights of the
afternoon.
Beach B'nai B'rith
Establishes Blood Bank
establishment of a B'nai
B'rith Blood Bank at St. Francii
hospital was begun this week
by the Miami Beach lodge and
>* women's chapter under the
chairmanship of Sol S. Gold-
strom and Mr. David Harris.
Appointments for donors may
be made by contacting the
Beach B'nai B'rith office.
BOXING
Tuesday. March 4
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Beach Lodge To Hear
National ADL Leader
Ben Goldman, assistant na-
tional director of the Anti-
Defamation league, will ad-
dress a mealing of lhe Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith lodge 8:15
p.m., Tuesday, at the National
hotel auditorium.
Goldman is in charge of the
Chicago office of ADL.
PIANIST TO ENTERTAIN
Miss Charlotte Davis, former
USO pianist, will entertain for
members of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center following their
meetinR 8 p.m., Sunday, at the
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
blvd.
Appointment of captains for
the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign will be made by Sidney
Lewis, who heads the Coral
Gables effort. This is the first
time that Coral Gables will be a
separate unit in the drive.
TO HONOR MOTHERS
OF ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Mrs. Arthur J. England and
Mrs. Louis Krensky, cochairmeh,
announce that a brunch at the
Cadillac hotel at noon Saturday
will be the occasion to honor
resident and visiting mothers of
Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae.
Bridge and mah jongg will follow
the brunch. The highlight of the
afternoon will be a special in-
stallation service for the mothers.
Mrs. Frederick S. Grossberg.
dean, will conduct the service.
Three generations will be rep-
resented by Mrs. Frederick S.
Grossberg, her mother, Mrs.
Louis E. Rosenstein, and her
grandmother, Mrs. Max Kazer.
Mrs. Grossberg will also honor
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Larry
Grossberg. Another trio planning
to attend are Mrs. Arnold Simon,
her mother, Mrs. Sam Goldman,
and her grandmother, Mrs.
Blanche Sands.
Local Rabbis Conduct
New Radio Program
Rabbi Max Shapiro will in-
augir" % weekly rabbinical
program over new radio station
WBAY 2:45 p.m.. Sunday.
Members of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical association
will alternate as guest speakers
on the 15-minute program each
week.
Station WBAY is 1490 on the
dial.
AJC YOUTH TO ELECT
Election of officers will be held
by the newly established Youth
group of the American Jewish
Congress Wednesday evening.
Although a site for the meeting
has not been set, persons inter-
ested in attending may contact
Miss Civic Appel, 4430 Royal
Palm ave.
By-laws for the organization
will be presented at the meeting.
Charter membership is still open.
Miss Appel reports.
Discussion Of Arabs
To Open Zionist Series
Dr. David S. Andron will in-
augurate a forum lecture series
on "Modern Zionist Thought and
Experience" with a discussion of
"Arabs and Jews," 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Sponsored by the Center in co-
operation with the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Miami
Beach Zionist district, the series
will subsequently be held each
Wednesday through April. Jack
D. Burris, president of the Beach
Zionists, will serve as chairman.
Open discussions will follow
each session to which no admis-
sion will be charged.
Speakers who will participate
in the series include A. P. Gannes,
Rabbi Leon Kronish, S. A. Good-
man, Shepard Broad, Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman.
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DAILY DOUBLE WINDOWS CLOSE 1:45
They're Off, Wednesday March 5th
The very cream of American Thoroughbreds are ready to go in 40 days of top-flight racing at the new,
beautiful GULFSTREAM PARK, with its spacious emerald green lawns, wide drives and tropical splendor.
Truly It's one of the most outstanding beauty spots in Florida.
The Gulfstream Park Inaugural Handicap
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CLUB TERRACE .... 2.50
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AJC Women To Honor
National President
Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national
president of the Arrx n Jew-
ish Congress Women"s di'
will be honor guest at a
meeting of the Miami Beach
Women's division which Mrs.
Louis Glasser, president, has
called for 1 p.m., next Thui
Mrs. John Marsa, 2515 Fla-
mingo dr., will be hostess to the
group.
Dr. ar.d Mrs. Wise, wh i an i x-
petted to arrive in Miami I
will be the house guesti of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph M. R''s. during
:hcir annual winter visit to Miami
Beach. Dr. Wise is president o:
the American Jew
Guests at thi
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boardMrs. Sol LcsIk
president, and Mrs. Glasser, Mrs.
Rose Weiss, Mrs, I I Bas-
iur.d. Miss Clara Goldenbeip, Mrs.
Sam Rosterman, Mis. Theodore
Firestone. Mrs. Frank v.
Charles G n. Mrs. A
Klein. Mrs. John Soifer, Mrs.
Morns R tz, M
Kimball
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DR. WISE TO BE
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Obituaries
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Dr. Stephen S. Wise will be guest oi honor at a
held a' Temple Beth Sholom at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.
The service will launch the Temple's yearlong anniversary celebration. Located at Chase
ave. and 41st st.. Miami Beach, the Temple was founded on Punm. 5702. >ust hve years ago.
A dinner event at the Copa Cabana Monday evening, March 10. is also being planned
in connection with the anniversary.
Abe Zinnamon (standing, left), a iounder c the Temple, aids leaders of the congregation
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UNVEILINGS
Unveiling of a monum
the memory of the late v[l
Meln.ck of 74 Washing^
will take place at 2:30 p? 2
day, m Mt. Sinai cemetery S
Muses Mescheloff will 0 Arrangements are in charged
Sidney H. Palmer of the M^
Monument
and r
attend.
company. Friend,
are requested to
IN LOVING MEMORY
MAX LEVINE
Outitanding for h Km*,*,
Pafd Away March 2, 1MJ
By Nil Wife
Mrs. Becky Lerin*
the celebration. Pictured with him are (standing, left to right) Charles Tobin.
chairman of the board of directors; Joseph Fenias. general chairman of the anniversary
committee: 'seated' Harry Cornblum. president; Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader, and
Louis Krensky. vice president.__________________________
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1947
Jables Center Joins
Education Bureau
Affiliation of the Coral Gables
fewish Center with the Bureau of
wish Education was approved
| a board meeting of BJE last
jerk. The Center will be en-
[tlcd to the services of the Bu-
au and to have two representa-
t>,'s on the board.
Also approved was a plan to
ovule bus transportation .for
jdents of the Miami Jewish
fc-thodox Congregation on Tues-
,v and Wednesday afternoons.
Mis. Sol Leslie and Dr. David
jdrun were elected to serve on
ie board as members at large.
Reflected members at large
ie I. S. Shapoff, Leon Kaplan,
Iijamin Meyers, Mrs. Matilda
jtner, Mis. Henry Seitlin, Mrs
B Miller, Harry Simonhoff and
jraham Goodman.
Other board members, who rep-
knit local congregations and
|g;mizations are:
l^iuis llelman, president, nnd lly-
l |i Soot In, Nathan Ailelinaii, I.t-wi.-
Eei m.hi\ siikm, Herman M. Berk,
*. Harold Cohen. Kiiblii Joseph K.
ikoVBky, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Kuhbl
pray cirauer, Katihi Irving l^hr-
in, Mis Lena Wolk, Mrs. Morris
, jnli.i'K. Rabbi Ia'Oii Kronisli.
,1,1,. i ..iin.iii .\. Zwltman.
Mr; NnMii.m Jacobs, Mrs. I.Poll
I. Mr*. Ruth (ilatt. Kli Hurwlta,
tiave Kllverman. Sleffrted Qels*
, Mux M. is.M. Mrs, Jofl li.hu.
_,, i.i Stltdlltll, Kalilii Albert Mlch.ls
U:,\ SlllafrOek, Dr. Marry Qiii-en,
m .1 safia, Edward Levine. Mrs.
tt\.<. Newman. Mrs. K. Karcer. Dr.
' J. Kafra, Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
-t Alfred Mantlet. Mrs. 11. Bhubow,
h Anna Sorin, Mrs. Eleanor Elch-
Kiuiiiii. Mrs. Miriam Btgtr, Mrs. Ed-
Ir J Welnsteln. Bamuel a. Qood-
Mil John Kronenfrhl.
llestinian To Speak
Miami BPW Meeting
Iiss Elsa Temple of Palestine
describe "Palestine As It Is
lay" for the Miami Business
Professional Women's divi-
m Of Hadassah 8:30 p.m., Mon-
y, at the Miami "Y."
The division, which meets on
first and third Mondays of
bh month at the "Y," is inviting
nbers, prospective members
friends to attend.
Application for a charter has
pn made by the division whose
krte.r members are Lola Bix,
ice Cohen, Mrs. Henry Dia-
fcd, Kenye Eschtenthal, Rita
don, Henrietta Halam, Esther
Irris. Mrs. David Narrow, Mrs.
IE. Schubb, Sylvia Sabothias,
kh Steinberg, Fay Werner,
kt'l Weinstein, Jennie Wein-
Mrs. Louis J. Wine and
bhie Zohn.
cal Chapter To Fete
knver Home President
ionoring Mrs. Fanny E. Lor-
national president of the
iional Home for Jewish Chil-
n at Denver, the Greater
ami chapter will hold a des-
b> luncheon at 1:30 p.m..
esday in the Imperial room
[the Roney Plaza hotel.
Tollowing a short business
sting, Mrs. Edward Cowen
review the play "I Re-
Jmber Mama." Mrs. Lillian
if will sing several selec-
IS
FIRST TO BUILD
IN EIGHT YEARS
Pacli e the nation's YMHA's in
building new center facilities is
the Miami "Y," which leld cor-
nerstone laying ceremonies Sun-
day afternoon.
Benjamin Rabinowitz, director
of the Jewish center division of
the National Jewish Welfare
.-oard, told the gathering that the
new structure is the first to be
built by a "Y" in eight years.
More than 90 other "YV are
mapping plans to construct new
tactlities, he said.
David Brown, treasurer of the
"Y," officiated at the actual cor-
nerstone-laying ceremonies.
Keynote speaker was Stanley
C. Myers, national president of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
Describing the history of
Greater Miami Jewry, he said
the community is entering the
third phase of its development-
cooperative action.
For the first 25 years, organiza-
tions isolated themselves in sep-
arate and distinct groups failing
to see the overall community
needs, he declared.
During the past 10 years,
groups have begun to work to-
gether with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Now they
realize that community problems
must be solved by community
thought and action, he stated.
Praising the "Y's" program, he
said the new facilities will do
much to develop within the young
people of the community charac-
ter, a philosophy of life and the
special understanding of their re-
sponsibilities as Americans and
Jews.
"Here we will train good citi-
zens and preserve the Jewish
heart," he explained.
An appeal for support to com-
plete the building was conducted
by Jacob Sher. Chairman of the
day was Monte Selig.
+Jewish thrSdktr,
PAGE SEVEN
Adams Heads Beach Vets
Harry Adams, commander of
the Miami Beach post of Jewish
War Veterans, has been elected
ommander of the recently organ-
ized Veterans council of Miami
Beach.
Other officers of the council are
Hylan H. Kout, vice commander,
and Lawrence E. Hoffman, adju-
tant.
DR. J. M. GIRARD
CHIROPODIST PODIATRIST
Announces the Opening of
Offices
SUITE 108, LINCOLN BLDQ
LINCOLN l(l>. & WASH To.\ A.V.
MIAMI BEACH
Formerly :-ii Washington Ave.
Hours: (l-.'i I'hone 5-4134
V
tk W^'fifr/.'
"" TONCGHT
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
IXTREMI SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.
NO MINORS
ALLOWED
\
MtamJ Y leaders inspect the cornerstone of the new building which was unveiled dur-
ing ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Sam Seitlin. chairman of the building
committee; David Brown, treasurer, and Leon Kaplan, president of the Y. Maurice Gross-
man .executive director, is shown at the rear.
Miami Hadassah To Mark
National Anniversary
To celebrate the 35th anniver-
sary of national Hadassah, the
Miami group is planning an
"Hadassah birthday party" for
Monday afternoon, March 17, at
the Fiesta.
Plans for the event were made-
Tuesday by members of the board
of directors who met at the home
of Mrs. Maurice Sager, 2026 S. W.
14th St.
Mrs. Tina Kotkin is chairman
of the affair which will feature a
program dramatizing the various
projects of Hadassah.
Seeking the national "increase
in membership" prize* the Miami
group is inviting friends and visi-
tors to attend the event and join
the organization.
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PAGE EIGHT
Purim Ball To Benefit
Congregation Building
Second annual Purim ball of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation will bene-
fit the organization's building
fund, according to H. M. Drewich.
president.
The ball, which is scheduled for
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Amvet
club ballroom. 420 S. W. Eighth
ave.. will feature a floor show
of dances and songs by sons and
daughters of members.
Included in the cast are Char-
lotte Blumberg. Bunnie Brand.
Jean Brombei B rly Cohen.
Louise Cans. Marilyn Greenberg.
Sandra Stein. Sherlcy Merlin.
Bernice Sidle. Abbie Sun
N mi Machtei, Bob Gates, Ric
Colnaghi, Richard Schulman and
Shirley R
Prizes will be awarded to win-
ners of the jitterbug and old fash-
ioned waltz contests. Manny
Gates and his orchestra will pro-
vide music for dancing.
Con i il"- ball li idi Mi -
: ;. !:. :.. Mi and Mrs Mil-
ton U .-ii.. :. Mr .,:. I Mm Max Ja< ulis-
Ml .. t i -1 Mm Nal
Mr .1- .; Mi Mr. anil
VIi Hrrbci'l Ft Idan, Hen Kfi
Mrs K \ M< Ml
es Sam Kl.il
I. sioni ,-
}Cni iultoi Kli i
Harry
a\ -. HiTshi islaiitz
Mil v Mil koff, \\ -. Nil'
Sb-gsi |i I hwttd
laum, Marj a
N a t
+jmistncridtarL
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
28,1947
Enrollment Increases
Increased enrollment in the
lized Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy was reported
this week by Dr. David S An-
dron, chairman I the executive
mmitti '
Clas held five days a
at the Beach Y with both I
Hebrew and secular studies in- i
eluded in the curricula. Teach-
ing staff of the academy is being
i xpanded.
Enrollment of children between
the ages of 4Vi and 6 years may
be completed at the Y.
Divisional Organization
Planned By AJC Groups
Establishment of divis
organization to coordinate activi-
,- ,he Miami and Miam
Beach Women's divisions oi
American Jewish Congress was
begun this week.
Mrs. Benjamin Feld was named
chairman ol a nominating
mittee for the divisional letup irt
., special ld D>
the Beach division Monda)
Chosen with her to represent
the Beach group were
liamin Zimmerman. Miss Clan
Goldenberg and Mrs. I
Broad.
Miami represi ntatives I
divisional nominating committee
are Mrs. Mark Kaplan. Mrs. Isa-
dor Fine an I Mrs E Rosenblum.
The divisional setup is i xp
to begin functioning in A|
Chapter elections a
ph.nned by I
Mrs. Louis Gl; ssi | :'t. has
named Mrs R se Wi iss i .'airman
jf the nominatii
the group Si 'h her will
-.: Bi tn m Thorpe, Mi i
v., M g uel Prost-
arman. Mis Allied Lesser. Mrs
B 1! Woolfe and Mrs. Emanuel
Baskind are altern
Elections are also planned by
the Mian.: chapter which has
chosen Mrs Isadoi Fine chai n
if nominations Her committee,
which will i' port al th< Man h
meeting, includes Mrs I
Cohen. Mis Albert Ladd, Mrs
Joseph Bass. Mrs. Herbert Scher,
Mrs, Sidney Alterman and Mrs
Leonore Curtice
Lear School To Choose
Queen Of Carnival
Candidate, for ''^JJ5**00'
Queen" will be presented in a
Lincom Road parade at noon to
dav Contestants are the Misses
Mrs. Joan Bobbins. Ruth
,., Maijorie Kaplan and
' Grei ,-. their
students will cast their
ballots to choose the queen next
KiiJuv. Results wil remain
until the coronal:.: "'
monj that evening at the carnival
. lH. held at the school. 1010
Half of the proceeds from the
,al will go to a chanty of
students' choosing.
Mrs. Gordon to Speak
On Kadimah Broadcast
Mrs Leonard J. Gordon, pub-
... of the Kadimah
t, r's concert, will be guest
speaker during the fifth "Oneg
bat of the An" at 4:45 p.m.
Station WKAT.
Mrs Gordon will describe the
child rescue work which the
March 8 conceit of Braggiotti
and Chaikin will benefit.
Also on the program will be
Ruth Brotman. director of the
. who will sing traditional
Sabbath melodies, accompanied
by Anyuta Melicov at the piano
In connection with the concert.
Mrs Max Shapiro, chairman of
cultural studies for the Pioneer
W ens Organization chapter,
will be interviewed on the "Jane
Recommends" program at 2 p.m.
Tuesdaj on Station WGBS.
Pioneer Women To Hear
Palestine Delegate
Condition! in F.retz I******
e described by Rifka Joffe, dele-
gate from Palestine, at the annual
donor dinner to be sponsored by
K Greater Miami Pioneer
Women's Organizations Sunday
Evening, March 16, at the Helene
hr'!ntor J V Goldring of the
wfamiBea'ch Jewish Center wil.
head the musical program.
First^ter-city basketball tour-
nameni of Jewish community
centers throughout the South will
be held in Atlanta Saturday and
Sunday, according to Barney Me-
dints, chairman of the athletic
committee of the Southern sec
tion. national Jewish Welfare
board.
LEGAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION-----
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i." TH,
Hill JUDICIAL 'lit.rir is- IS
Tup
.'lilt lAIK
IN CHANCERY
No
WILLIAM i>. ORRY,
Plaintiff,
VI
\<;ni:s ORET,
1 kefendani
THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA
TO: AON EH OREY,
Mill Street (Bos 14*),
North llaill.y. Massai-huietti
V'-u are hereby notified nn,i ,,ri|,N
to appear to the mil of Complaint
Divorce filial asalnHi
>ou in thr ai.
Htyled oauM on or before the Ii
,.r March, 1947; otherwise the Sim
11..11H <.f siiiil Hill of Complaint win L
taken as confessed againsl yon
Let this irder i"- published
week for four oonsecutlve v.
[HE JEWISH PLORID1AN, ., ,;.
laper published in bade
Plot Ida
DATED
County,
this zoth da> ol r.i. ,,.
LEGAL NOTICES
v.rrit'B If HEREBY OIVEN that
,,,.,,,. Signed desli ng to engaare "
SKI
'.;,'. WARHAFT *
RAY DALEY,
Pnrtni rshlp.
\l M:\ PEINBKRO
v ..... Applicants
i ;-it-si
SOTH'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he ni. desiring to engage hi
mp- .....b-i Ihe flrtltlous "''''
Ti"i KTTE KIDDIE KHW, -'"'
L- Miami Avenue, Miami, RorMa. n-
rends to .eulHlei said name witsith
. th< iMivull < url of I'.oi.
Coun,V- """HARRY SUBKIN,
Sole i wner.
MYERS, HEIMAN .\ KAPLAN,
Vii m j,u for Applb -oi
7-14-21-28
B B LEATHERMAN,
ill.'ik ,,f I'lrcull Court
By M. IV G-REEN,
Deputj Clerk
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
llofi Congress Building,
.Miami, 112, Plorlda.
2 Jl-28 3 7-11
Wises To Be Honored
At AJC Donor Event
VISITORS END EFFORT
FOR HOSPITAL DRIVE
These c':ving Art's' work veor-
round o* des'reving the
wooden undarstructurei of
buildings. Col'. Orkin for
le i ite Control.
5 YEAR BONDFD GUARANTEE
t:99 inspections and fsfimafei
Phone 3-4848
449 W. Flagler St.
Since _^^^ ioi
compliti Hi' cesisoi
Greater Miami Women'- divi-
sion of the American Jewish Con-
is completing plans to honor
Dr. and Mrs. Sti S, w^e at
the annual donor luncheon 12:30
p.m., Sunday, Marcl 9, at the
Latin Quai
Dr. Wia is national president
ol tl e Ami -:ean Jewish Congress
and Mrs Wisi hei Is I i Won i
division.
Donor chairmen, Miss Clara
1 Gold' nbi the Miami Beach
division and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
e Miami chapti :. are plan-
' ning to enti: tan. 600 members
| and guests
M.,yor Herbert Frink of Miami
lii ach will bo present to welcome
the visitors.
Having made two trips to Eu-
sin< e their last visil to
Miami, Dr. ai d Mrs Wisi are ex-
pectcd to bring first-hand infor-
mation on problems of displaced
persons, particularly childrei .
Reservation foi the luncheon
may be made with Mis. Stepkin,
2101 S. W. 21st st., in Mian i. and
with Miss Goldenberg, 1610 Eu-
clid ave., at the Beach.
Approximately $40,000 was con-
tributed to the Mt. Sinai hospital
can paign by winter visitors Mon-
day evening at a dinner held at
the Colonial Inn.
The event climaxed the activi-
ties of the winter residents divi-
sion which has played a major
in I e >2,500,00U campaign.
A life-time gilt was announced
by Mrs. Harry Simberg, who do-
nated SI.000 to the drive and
pledged to give si.000 for the rest
oi ei life. Mr. Simberg had
previously contributed S25.000 to
the hospital.
Leo eisexsteix /w^
Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your
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Miami Beach
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HIAS Concert Scheduled
Annual concert of the HIAS
People's Tourist committee will
be presented Sunday evening.
Mai eh 9, at the Miami Beach Sen-
ior High school with Michael
Rosenberg, comedy stai ol tin-
Yiddish Art theatre, featured
Al.-o en the program will be
Anna Grossberg, star ol the
"Polishe Bunde." the Jewish Folk
Chorus, and Cantoi J. Y. Gold-
ring, lyric tenoi ol the Miami
. Jewish Center.
Mr. and Mis Louis Miller ol
Miami Beach are underwriting
st ol the concei t which will
benefit the Hebrew Sheltering
and Immigrant Aid society
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
|N THE IMRCVIT COfRT {K [HE
II i*ll .11 I'l.lAI. CIROI1T in AND
|.-,!K |iaik rorxTY, fiairiua.
IN i'HAXC'RRY
So, 107305
|,ERoY \ EHKXFIELD
Plaintiff,
MulJ.li: EPEXFIELD,
I lefendant.
THE STATE OK l-'l.i 'III I' \
TO M< 'l.l.ir. EDEXFIELD,
Aii,li'ss unknown.
You bi hereby notified m o "
i,.,, a in ,,.| ,. i to the Hill of Com-
foi rtlvnivf filed againm you In
Ihf unovv -ni,,! rauae on r before
the SIhI daj ol March, 1947; either-
wine ihe allegations "f aalil Hill of
Complaint ill be taken as onf< wed
v..II
l.,i Tiii^ i 'i,i. i i- published m
week I"" fom -' o weeks in
THE JEWISH ri."llll'l.\N. neWB-
i-il I I lade County, Flor-
ida
l i.VTEl i lliis !6tli day ,it Fen
1947
IS'KAI.)
i: r. i.ka riii:iiM.\N,
i "lei k ,.f i "ii .uit i',,iii '
I :v M C Ilreei
Deput) Clerk.
s\\l SILVER,
Plaintiff.
I I'ointri i II illdlnK,
\l i mil :..'. l-".,,: Ida
_ .- l 7-14-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX T11K I'lK'TIT ii.IIIT OR 111.'
11TII .111 >H 1 \l. Cllti'l'IT IN \\-'
EliU I'AI'K CtlPXTY PU
IN CHAXCERY
No. IU70CI
M.iri-: MPTl,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL JOSEPH Ml'l'l,
i iefendatit.
THE BTATE OF FI,ORirA
TO: CARIj JOSEPH Ml II.
BSS Parsons Boulevard,
Jamaica, l^ong Island,
New V.,Ik.
You are hei eby notified and o
in appear to the BUI ol I'omplali
Divorce filed agalnsl you in thr abv-
ntyledj cftuse on oi bef..... the Hal feu
,.f March, 1H1T: othi rvt Hi.
ii,,ns of said Hill of Complaint win w
taken as confeased against y,,u
l<-i tins Order be published once
we.-k fur four consecutive wei
THE JEWISH FLORIIMAN,
paper i>nl>ll>.|ieii in Hade i
hlorlda.
I MTKIi ttiis, 20th ,!.,> ,,f Fi i
194?,
E
11 i.e\tiii-:hm XX.
i "l.i k ,,f circuit Court
By M C. BREEN,
Deputy CImIi
ISEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor f..i Plaintiff,
1105 Congress Building,
Miami, IX, Florida.
j :'l-:s 3/7-14
WHEN
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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
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LANNY
Package Party To Aid
Passover Food Fund
F the benefit ol "moos
fhitim," land to provide food foi
ihe needy on Passover, the Miami
Bench Mizrachi Women will hold
a package party at 8 p.m. Tuesday
.it Beth Jacob synagogue. Pro-
ceeds will be used for orphan
children in Palestine.
Admission to the affair will be
.i package Refreshments and en-
nt will be included dur-
ing the evening.
Mrs Joseph Brenner, president,
and her committee ,u<- m charge
of the affair, which is open to the
public
FIELDS
ROSS
MUSIC
JULES LANDE
Maitre d'Hotel
PAUL GOTSCHI
PEDRO
Missourians Wed Here
A honeymoon trip to Cuba fol-
lowed the wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Kanter of Kansas
City Mo., who were married at
the home of Rabbi Moses Mesch-
i-loff Sunday afternoon.
The bride is the former Miss
Betty Rubin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Weisberg of Kansas City
NERVOUS TENSION
Thota occasional nlghu when w-
ous Unsion keeps you awakearc
you more wakeful the harder you tor
to sleep? Those days whan tense
nerves make you irritable and Jumpy
an you crankier and more restless
whan you tzy to fight the feeling?
MiUt A'ervi'ne can help you on dart
nd nights like these. It
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCt'lT ri iI'HT ni' THE
HTM JTDICIAI. CIRl'UIT IN AND
POR Ii.M'K rnlNTY, PLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY
No !,"','">
SYLVIA IN"'ii:it.
Plaintiff,
v*a,
UKRTRAM L'NOER,
I iefendatit.
II". BTATE "!' PLORIDA
TO BERTRAM I'SllKR,
IS Baal B9th Street
Brooklyn, Ne
Y..u are herebj notified anil
to appear i" the BUI of Ci
Divorce filed acalnxt ( i In ''
lyled cause on or b. re Ihe aJ
,,r March, 1847; otherwise Hi- allrtj-
ti.-ns f said BUI of Complaint *i
taken as confessed agalnsl S"H-
l.et this Order be published n,-n
week for four consei itlv. -
THE JEWISH PUIRIDIAN.
Iper publlsl..... in Bade Coura
Plorlda. .
DATED this i^tii daj of ?>
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk firooll ',,u-
Bv: M. C. GREEN,
Beputy W*
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
llOTi ConKreMi Building,
Miami St, Plorlda,
2/21-28 3/7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT m'l'ST/KS
I1TH JUDICIAL run i ITINW"
FOR DAI.K COUNTY, Ww
IN t'HAXI'KKV
No I0 C
JOSEPHINE TROPP,
PUlnUff,
ARTHUR TROPP.
Defendant.
TIIK STATK OP PI-ORIDA.
TO: AitTiirit TROPP,
III Knoll Street,
Brooklyn, New york. .a,m
Y are hereb) notified wao*"
, appear the Bill oi '';*;
Divorce filed aaalnsl >oit '"'"*,#
styled cauae on or be(..... ,f. \n-j-
of March, l47: -h.....-".*S
tiona of aid hi..... Comphunt*'
tak.-n as confeased igs ^' >'~;Mt,
l^t this Order be publlssei
Week f,,r four "' ,\"!\'^
THE JEWISH PWiRHJIAW.
paper published iii ''""
Kloriila. ,-
this Ktth ll" "' F
DATED
i:
By
B UeATHEBMAK,
Clerk of Circuit "
M C aREEN. k
Deputy i'-
(SEAL)
sam SILVER,
Solleltor for Plaintiff.
in.;. Confress Building".
Miami. :t.\ Plorlda
' II M 3/7-14


FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 194?
SCHIPfl SMS WINCHELL IS WRONG
+Jenisli fhi/iJi.tn
PAGE NINE
By RITA E. GROSSMAN
\i, winchell is wrong, wrong,
woi g!"
W, were sitting in the lobby of
I, Everglades hotel chatting
|vit Tito Schipa, Italian tenor
Ivi-hosr wartime political activities
Uve come in for a typical Win-
Uicllian barrage of late. Schipa
Tummed up his side of the story
lor us.
I never was an anti-Semite,"
(i, i laimed. "My best friends
I ] York are Jews. My man-
kgi Albert Morini, is a Jew.
I "] don't know where the accu-
Utions come from. I only want
to clear up my position. During
khi' war I was in Italy. I was
Sever a politician. I am Tito
ichipa. I sang. I devoted all my
I) my art. I was never a
fiember of the fascist party. And
defy anyone to prove I was a
fascist."
Nervously Schipa groped for
words, He said he had been a
jnember of a syndicate, but that,
jic explained, was like an Amer-
S< n 'lists' guild. He ex-
) ; that during the war his
1 men! was fascistic and
ih.it as a citizen he had to be
|oyal t" i i< government.
"II Roosevelt had been a fascist
knd your government was fascis-
ts, it would have been the same
lor you. Is that not so?" he asked,
pa said that Winchell had
errors in his accusations.
"Wind el] said I was kicked out
bl La Scala in 1945. In April, 1945,
sang Don Giovani" with the
La Scala company. Later every-
fcne was out because the company
losed.
say I was a collaborator.
r by my dead mother that
|he nly collaborating I did was
sing two concerts for wounded
boklic! s "
He told us he had sung at the
Ji\h D'Este hotel at Lake Coma,
Italy, whore German, Italian,
English and Rumanian soldiers
f hospitalized in an Italian
bii-' m hoi pital.
"Whei a man is a soldier, to me
*' '"" Schipa declared.
.v is wounded, he is more
i ro."
aid Winchell had men-
tioned his wife's politics in his
accusations.
"What has that to do with me?"
Schipa asked. For 14 years I
have been separated from her.
Two years ago I get a divorce and
marry again.
"How can I be a fascist?" he
continued. "I offered one mil-
lion lira $50,000 in American
money at that timefor the home
they are building for orphans of
the Italian partisan soldiers who
fought against the Nazis."
Two years ago, he explained,
he began contributing to the proj-
ect. He showed us a letter of
thanks from Renato Rubbi, an
attorney in Bologna who heads
the L'Ampi committee which is
building the orphans' home.
As we left, he told us how
much he loved America.
"I always love to come to
America, to sing here. Winchell
says I come for the money. That
is not it at all."
Schipa's visit to Miami is part
of a nation-wide tour. He is
scheduled to sing the role of
Count Almaviva in the Miami
Opera Guild's production of Ros-
sini's "Barber of Seville" Monday
and Tuesday at Miami High
school.
(Dr. Arthur di Filippi, director
of the Miarni Opera Guild, re-
quested The Jewish Floridian to
interview Mr. Schipa following
publication of an editorial on the
Schipa controversy last week
Ed.)
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Sholem Lodge To Install
Sholem lodge officers, headed
by Sam Silver, president, will be
installed March 11 at Temple
Israel auditorium, it was an-
nounced this week. Guest speaker
at the meeting will be John Roy
Carlson, author of "Under Cover"
and "The Plotters."
Only paid-up members and
their friends will be admitted
upon presentation of cards at the
door. A reception will be held in
Kaplan hall following the pro-
gram.
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SPEAKERS' BUREAU
AIDS CJA CAMPAIGN
Many of the c njntry'i leading
campaigners." persons with i y*-
tness accounts of the J<
PURIM GIFTS TO AID
REFUGEE CHILDREN
European Jewish children
brought to Palestine through
Youth Aliyah will be aided by
Purim gifts, called "Shalach phght in Europe today, have been
Mones," to be contributed by made available for speaking en-
members and friends of the Mi- gagements here in the 194
ami Beach unit of Junior Hadas- bmed jewjsh Appeal, it was an-
sah at a membership tea between nounce(j this week by Mrs. Max
2 and 5 p.m. Sunday at 5225 Col- rj0brin. chairman of the campaign j ceierated pro) I
lins ave. speakers' bureau.
Seek Funds To Complete
Children's Hospital
A plea for early completion of
'the South Florida Children's hos-
pital is made in a recent letter
from Dr. L. J. Graves, acting di-
., 0f services for the Florida
Crippled Children"s commission,
Pentland, Jr., president
'of the hospital In making the
letter public, Mr. Pentland an-
nounced that plans are now
extensive drive
.: Dobrin said t: I
Miss Florence Samuels. Youth
Aliyah chairman, will distribute
Shalach Mones
which contributi
or more may be
ing to Miss Sam
quired to maintain and educate a g*''b'a'ra" j author and
B'NAI B"
TO ACCELERATE
: SERVICE TO VETS
" WASHINGTON. I). C
0 ceierated prog. der for an extensive drive
, funas t complete the partly
was pro;. huilt hospital, located in Schenley
B'ritl '

built hospital, located in Schenley
of Coral Gables.
commence April 1
Fuller, vice-presi-
Pan American bank.
Construction of the hospital be-
observance ^Stne orgaSn A number f M el "" Constriction "began at once and
SerriedoutTsimSeously included in rganiz actically all of the concrete of
by 800 affiliated units throughout They are Gilbert Balkin _. ., -. m:.in portion of the building
thecountrv '' director of the Florida "|intensification i been poured.
Junior Hadassah is the sole tonal Anti-Defa. ati n ,norale buildinR a,ds to veterans with the advent of war re-
youth agencv in America for Mis Abraham G drnan, presi- and military hospitels: extension strictions and priorities, construe
dent of Miami Beacn Hadassan. ; ^ veterans bou ti >n work ceased as did the pay-
Edgar Perritz of the Dade County an SUPPORT BOND ISSUE
Support for a new mum*
Canada. | though construction ceased, noth- au.^lu4rn_ J"r. Miami Beach i
Lt,.C i itl A. Niles, Bos- ing was wasted.
,.,.. reelected chairman of. Officials of the commission re-
rans' advisory veal that In 1946 the number of
t'tee, and Sidney G. Kus- crippled children in the Miami
0., was reelected district from indigent homes was
Americanism 1,161. Of these 233 received 7.211
ion.
Miamian at the meeting
Youth Aliyah which is engaged
in transporting children from
Europe to Palestine and maintain-
ing and educating them in
Jewish homeland. Junior Hadas-
sah not only raises funds f n this
cause, but also provides j home
and training for the childien in
the children's
Shfeyah. which
Palestine
hun-
. > lopera- ids of thousands of dollars have
veterans' been invested in the property, but
M ..ghout the work was so planned that even
Council of Social Agencies, and
''{.'" Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president
of the Miami Beach W n
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home1
I Eighth In Series
For the eighth jn ,
book reviews for the.
division, Amencan Jewjlh (-
;.*"* i
SI
present Kenneth Roft l!
gres?, Mrs I. M. Wej
historical novel VsmT?
this afternoon at ft ^
Beach Jewish Center w,
claimed, the book
Place on the countr"?^
'delya.
"!stH
stile
list.
The review series of .*
Mrs. Leonard Kimba'll I T
at>d fomu
Friday of the month" d"^
year OutlS $* *ti
standing
viewer in
and well-known*
the community w
presented reviews for the j?
reviews are open to the5
lie.
Among members of the at*
review committee are Mrs fw
Weiss, Mrs. Leonard Glfi
Miss Clara Goldenber, Vk
Louis Glassor. Mrs. Emanue'S
Jjnd Mrs Charles GrossaJ
Mrs. John Soifer and Mrs Q
Rabinowitz. '
for thi \
Others on the list are David
village, Meier Catsman, Mrs. Dobrin, Ma
it maintains in Grossman, Rabbi Aaron K.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Mrs. Sol H
Highlighting the Membership Leslie. Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs Al-
tea will be a fashion show, co- fred Mamlet, Jack P. Marash,
ordinated by the Misses Toby Mrs. Harrj Rubin, Seymour Ru-
Cooper and Eileen Cowen. with bin. Rabb, Max Shapiro. Louis Or M U mec ing
Dons Shapiro in charge of cone-1 Touby and Herman Wepmnn. J ..^
spondence: Gladys Tepper, tele-
phone; Toby Cooper, refn
ments Rosalyn Worth, hostess; PALESTINE STRIKE
"tSSS'JSt&n^ of PROTESTS DEPORTING
the membership tea. pointed out
that the unit at present has 136
members and is striving to attain hour-long cour.try-.
called by the Jewish National
ittee, Othi
ticipating wen Dean Joseph Wei]
of Gainesville, n
hospital and convalescent days of
at an average cost per pa-
tient oi $21970. Ultimate plans
for the South Florida Children's
ita] call for a nurses' resi-
dei ce, a research laboratory, a
convalescent home, a school, salt
a membership of 200 in keeping
with the national organization,
which aspires to enroll 26.000
members throughout the United
States to celebrate Junior Hadas-
sah's 26th birthday.
TRACK ASSOCIATION
OPENS OFFICES HERE
The American Greyhound
Track Operators association, oi -
ganized last April, announce- th<-
estabhshrr.ent of offices at 1624
duPont bldg.. Miami, with Paul
J, O'Connor as executive secre-
tary in charge of the year-round
offices.
T. R. Knigl t. pn I I e
Biscayne Kennel club,
dent
ciation.
program of uniform poli
worthy improvements in the op-
eration of greyhound tracks of the
United States. With the opening
of the permanent offices and the
parent association's first annual
meeting on March 8, membership
will be opened to all greyhound
racing tracks in the country. Jake
Sher of West Flagler Kennel club
is secretary of the association.
The Purim celebrating the de-
feat of Haman is not the only
Purim in Jewish history for the
Jews in many countries have
their own local Purims in com-
memoration of miracles and mar-
vels that befell them. Among
such Purims are "The Purim of
the Baker Woman," "Plum Jam
Puri m," "Gunpowder Purim,"
"Curtain Purim," "Purim of the
Good Lady."
of the
postwar service n, and and fresh water pools, a memorial
riceS. Umai of Tampa, mem pel and a colored project.
JERUSAI EM (JTV Tl e one- ber Of the Ann:), anism commit- Labor unions have taken a special
ki ,,.,. nteresl and have promised that
Among the recommendations "bstantial parts ot the work will
ired at the conferei ce were
1. That it bi endi
the- B'nai B'rit lodge
n, scheduled for May
lit:, here, that the post war ,-eiv-
Council to protest the deportation
to Cyprus of the 9u0-odd refugees
who arrived at Haifa Monday
aboard the Hamaapil Haalmoni
passed quietly, Jewish si ops
be dor.e without cost.
and factorie wn and in | ice-Americanism commission and
the national veterans' advi orj
erged
2. To spri ibility
T e H :: aa| il H Im mi, veterai i n any
Jew:-:, communities t: ffi
ted foi thi first quarter o: a:,
hour.
skyrocketing with the formatn
of a citizens' group to get fc
holders out to vote April \ m
the $750,000 bond issue.
The group, of which Jack Ks>
ball is general chairman, is ma
up of representatives of 44 n*
business and service organia.
tions who have pledged 100 pa
cent support in the campaign!
get out the vote to assure t
bond issue.
also has four other names, was
; into Haifa harbor in the
pre-dawi irs Monday and the
sngers wen- transferred to
the Ocean Riv ntoon
. I etween thi I essels
'.. -.-ion wi i
stretchei
scayne Kennel club, is presi- ,,. :au wh|ch ;, B; .
n of the new non-profit asso- boa,,, .... us,.(i dui
ition, organized to formulate a ..,, '. ,,
,' .. ... watei -. te gas to sub-
ogram of uniform policies and .,,. ... ..... r ,,...-.._ ...
due t.r.' Jews. Following the
strel ei ere a large
number of men and women with
bandaged heads. It is estin
that fully ore-third of the Hamaa-
pil Haalmoni passengers were
childre: .
for RliT
CONVALfSCEHCI
wCMeotacCtfa
B'nai B'rith veterai
3. The i rag< m< nt o I
awards to outstanding citizens
A ho : :. :':. : :
contributions to the welfa
ex-GI's. The would be
on ;i natioi ,*'. and local level.
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Is i. s. mo
Demand that the United States
. "its Rood offices" to secure
Mediate admission of 100,000
rtS to Palestine now that the
jtish havc decided to refer the
lestinc problem to the United
lions was voiced by Rabbi
iiis Swichkow of Milwaukee
I week.
Reporting on the Washington
Inist emergency conference at
uncheon meeting of the Miami
_h Zionist district, Rabbi
L'l k\v pointed out that the
K- ists are calling upon Presi-
^J Truman and Secretary of
Iti. George Marshall to see that
liele 80 of the United Nations
tier be fulfilled,
hat article provides that all
Rations entered into t>y man-
orv powers are binding and
i and must be fulfilled until
. time as new United Nations
pteesl ip agreements come into
IE.
\s a signatory of the United
lions charter, we call upon
sident Truman to place at the
sal of 100.000 stateless and
Deless Jews in the American
of occupation adequate
leric.in ships manned by the
(erican Navy and sailing under
(American flag to bring them
II ires of the Jewish home-
i," Rabbi Swichkow said.
Ke have a moral and legal
lit to voice that demand.
Jiy monthsperhaps two years
lill pass before definite United
Ions action will be taken on
| Palestine question," he cau-
cd. The United States has a
lal duty, as coindorsee to the
Jstine mandate and as a mem-
Of the Ur.itcd Nations, to bring
|ation to homeless European
ry."
br his efforts on behalf of the
fed Jewish Appeal and other
Jewish community activi-
Sam Lachman was honored
he luncheon. This past Wcd-
|ay the luncheon was dedi-
to Isidor Goldberg, chair-
of the district's Jewish Na-
kl Fur.d. Guest speaker was
bi Aron Kahan, cultural, so-
pnd recreational head of the
aced persons camps in upper
fria. Dr. David S. Andron,
|bership chairman, presided.
weekly luncheons are held
1 National hotel.
mile Delinquency
roblems of Juvenile Delin-
py in Dade County" will be
*sed by Capt. Edward Mel-
lof the Miami missing per-
|burenu at the Sholem lodge,
B'rith luncheon 12:15 p.m.,
weekly luncheons are held
Downtown Club restaurant
Seybold bldg.
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Tickets are still available at
local stores for the duo piano con-
cert which the Kadimah chapter,
Pioneer Women's Organization,
will sponsor Saturday evening,
March 8, for the benefit of its
child rescue fund. Guest artists
at the recital will be Mario Brag-
giotti and Jack Chaikin.
Mario Braggiotti was born in
Florence, Italy, of American par-
ents. One of eight children, he
grew up in an atmosphere of
music. He studied at the New
England Conservatory of Music in
Boston and the Conservatory of
Paris. With Jacques Fray he
founded the piano team which
pioneered in bringing jazz to the
concert hall, and became inter-
nationally famous.
When Mr. Fray left for gov-
ernment service, Braggiotti com-
pleted two transcontinental tours
with Walter Shaw. In 1943, he
went to Italy to serve with the
psychological warfare branch of
the Allied Military Occupation.
Following the liberation of that
country, he helped to reorganize
its musical culture and appeared
as soloist in symphonic festivals
in Rome, Florence and Turin
Returning to the United State,
after V-J Day, he formed the
association with his present part-
ner, the young pianist, Jack
Chaikin.
Jack Chaikin, a musical prod-
igy, is a native New Yorker.
Winning a scholarship to the
David Mannes school of music, he
so distinguished himself there
that he won a second scholarship
this time to the Juilliard gradu-
ate school. A pupil of the fa-
mous pianist, Ernest Hutcheson,
he appeared in recital and as solo-
ist with orchestra before joining
the Army in 1942. Now honor-
ably discharged, he is resuming
his musical career as the partner
of Mario Braggiotti.
The name of God is not men-
tioned even once in the Book of
Esther, which is read on Purim.
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTskr
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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Discrimination Shown
In College Entrance
Need for state laws outlawing
discrimination in education was
emphasized Monday by Mrs.
Louis Glasser .president of the
Miami Beach Women's division
of American Jewish Congress,
when she presented a survey on
college admissions to her group.
Conducted by AJC, the survey
revealed that 135 colleges, or 79
per cent of 171 leading non-
sectarian colleges with a student
enrollment of more than 500 per-
sons, ask questions referring to
the applicant's race, religion or
national ancestry.
Among the questions found
on application blanks were
those relating to the appli-
cant's race, color, religion,
church, descent or ancestry, na-
tionality, birthplace, mother
tongue language spoken at
home, mother's maiden name
and date of arrival of the
parents in the United States.
Similar questions on the appli-
cation blanks for employment
forms have been declared illegal
by the New York State Commis-
sion Against Discrimination
created by the Ives-Quinn law.
New York and New Jersey have
passed state laws against dis-
crimination in education.
The survey included both state-
supported and privately-endowed
institutions. Inquiries were ad-
dressed by the commission of law
and social action of the AJC to
267 colleges having no affiliation
with any religious denomination.
Hardly a college in the South
asked the applicant to state his
race or color despite the almost
complete exclusion of Negroes
from the "white" colleges in the
area. The question is probably
omitted because practically no
Negroes apply to these schools,
the survey explained.
Names of the colleges contain-
ing the discriminatory questions
are available, Mrs. Glasser said.
Efforts of the Jewish War Vet-
erans to eradicate discrimination
in the field of education as well
as housing and employment were
outlined at the meeting by Col.
Milton Richman, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans. Richman gave a report on
his recent visit with President
Truman in Washington.
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Cantor Plans Concert
The Rev. Samuel Vigoda, well-
known cantor, will be presented
in a concert March 30 at the
Miami Beach High school under
Ruth Brotman management. Rev.
Vigoda sang to a capacity audi-
ence here last year.
Although Esther, the heroine of
the Purim epic, is traditionally
supposed to have been selected
queen when she won the first
recorded beauty contest, some
rabbinical commentators held she
was 74 years old when she be-
came Ahaseurus' consort. The
Hebrew name of Esther is Ha-
dassah, the numerical value of
which is 74.
Ronald Scholar and Robert
Zitter were guest artists at the
Over 21 club's meeting Wednes-
day evening at the Beach "Y."
A veteran of the Eighth air
force. Scholar is now studying
piano at the music school at the
University of Miami.
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+Jelstlk*] FRIDAY, FEBRUARY,,, ^
TO MARRY IN JUNE
Myron Lerners To Live
In Allentown, Pa.
wedding trip to
BaLij Papade
Maria Gale, daughter of Mr. After their
and Mrs Sarold Kessler 335 Jamal,a, B. W. ... Hr. and Mr*
Meridian ave.. was born Feb. 4 M Lerner w ill be at home in
. Alan Lee, son of Mr. and ^]ll,ntown. Pa, Mr. Lcncr and
he former Miss Jeanne Bette Fox
Mrs. Seymour. 1222 N. W.
Eighth ct., arrived Jan. 20
Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs-
! Gilbert Weiss, 153 N. E. 77th
st.. Feb. 1 Hildy Jayne.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs^Murry
Silverstein. 921 W. 48th st.,
Feb. 2 _. .ii
Jo Ann, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Harold Meyers. 2140 S. W. |
19th ter., was born Feb. 1 j
Michael Neil, son of Mr and j
Mrs. Irving Lerner, 624 Michi- .
gan ave., Jan. 231. En ,
Haila. daughter of Mr. and Mrs-
Samuel Greenspan, 835 W. 42nd .
Miss Muriel Horowitz, daughter s!., Jan. 23 .
of Mr. and Mrs. William Horo
were married at the home of her
J;rent8i Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
vitz. 734 15th St., Miami Beach,
is bride-elect of Dr. Harold B.
Zeitlin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zeitlir. of Watertown, N. Y. Their
marriage will be an event of
June 22 in New York.
Center Women to See
Purim Musical Comedy
Topsy Turvy Purim," a musical
comedy directed by Mrs Irving
Lchrman. will be presented at the
annual Purim celebration of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-
terhood at 8:15 p.m. Thursday at
the Center.
Mrs Tillie Roscnthal will be
Members of the
Sorority Alumnae Plan
Anniversary Event
Celebration of the 20th anni-
versary of Delta Phi Epsilon's j
founding will be planned by the Gertrude Ginsberg, Ann
sorority's Theta Alumnae chapter J
at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at a lunch-
ton meeting to be held at the
Only Inn. 1045 Dade blvd Miami
Beach
Mrs. Ethel Gerson, president,
has invited out-of-town alumnae
to join with local members at the
luncheon in planning the March
16th Founders' day tea. Mrs.
Stanley J Coltunc is chairman of
the anniversary committee whose
members are Mrs. Lester Step-
ner. Miss Natalie Sandra Frankcl.
Mrs. Robert Levin. Mrs Samuel
P. Paetro and Mrs. Joel P. New-
man.
Mrs. Nathan Strauss, chairman
Abrams, Ruth Rubin. Babette
Thorpe. Lee Leeds. Ruth Klein.
Ruth Weissen. Reba Kohn. Estelle
Cohn, Gertrude Wolffe. Mildred
Falk. Betty Feucr. Sylvia Gold-
berg and Pearl Walsey.
Mrs. Albert Naness will sing
several Purim melodies accom-
panied by Mrs. F. Cameron.
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Carl Spitzer and her com-
mittee.
Members of the Sisterhood's
executive board will convene at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Rose,
1400 Lenox ave., at 1.30 p.m.
Monday.
of fund raising, will report on the!
activities of her committee which Four Teams to Compete
is planning a card party for the'
latter part of March.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made with Mrs. Newman.
608 W. 51st st.. Miami Beach.
Tomkin-Spitz Nuptials
Planned For May 31
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Beverly Maxine
Tomkin and Abby Spitz was
made this week when the br.de-
elect'l mother, Mrs. Irving Tom-
kin entertained at a luncheon
given at the Versailles hotel for
close friends and relatives.
May 31 has been set for the
wedding which is to be held at
the Waldorf Astoria hotel, New
York city.
Miss Tomkin, who is an honor
society member of the Highland
Manor school, Tarrytown, N. Y.,
attended Beaver college, Pa., and
is a graduate of New York uni-
versity. Wtih her parents she
has "travelled extensively
throughout the world and during
the war served as a Red Cross
nurse's aide in various hospitals
throughout New York.
Mr. Spitz was recently dis-
charged from the armed forces
having served in the European
theatre. He is a graduate of the
De Witt Clinton High school and
the Arndale school, Long Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tomkin
and the bride-elect have been sea-
son guests at the Versailles hotel
for many years.
Miis Jacobson ln Fox, 4747 Pine Tree dr.. by Dr.
Jacob H, Kaplan Saturday eve-
ning.
Here for the wedding were the
bridegroom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Lerner of Allentown.
Mrs. Earl Miller of Allentown and
Miss Ruth Friedman, Bethlehem.
Pa., attended the bride who was
given in marriage by her father.
Miss Joan Miller was flower girl
and Leslie Lerner of Allentown
was best man.
The bride attended Ohio State
university and was graduated
from Beaver college, Jenkintown,
Pa. A graduate of Lehigh uni-
versity, Bethlehem, her husband
also attended Ohio State.
BAILIS-ZIEGLER
Plans for a March 23 wedding
are being made by Miss Eleanor
Frances Bailis and Al Ziegler
whose approaching marriage is
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Bailis, 734 Jef-
ferson ave,
Mr. Ziegler is the son of Mrs.
Regina Ziegler of Newark, N. J.
Formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, the
bride-elect has made her home in
Miami Beach for four years.
^vh.vjst rmos u\,'
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In Debate Finals
Forum to Hear Review
Arthur Weigall's "Caesar and
Cleopatra" will be reviewed by
Edward Clarke of the University
of Miami during the Spir.oza
Forum 3 p.m., Saturday, at 124
11th st., Miami Beach-
Other lectures next week will
be "Understanding Yourself by
Dr. Morris Schneer of New York
Monday night and "What Do We
Know About the Stars'1" by
Charles H. Lee Tuesday evening.
Four teams of high school ora-
tors will compete for a free trip
to Washington. D C when the
finals of the Sholem lodge. B'nai
B'rith. debate contest are broad-
cast at 10:15 am. Saturday over
radio Station WGBS
The program will originate
from the Mayfair theatre. B'nai
B'rith Youth groups and other
school children will attend.
Juvenile Court Judge William
H Bcckham will assist in select-
ing the winning team. Mayor
Perrine Palmer and City Manager
Richard Danncr have been in-
vited to attend.
Memorial Services
Memorial services for Max
Mandel Levir.e will be held at the
Workmen's Circle lyceum, 25
Washingtn:. -,ve., at 8 p.m., Wed-
nesday.
Mr. Levine died on March 2,
1943. Members of the Workmen's
Circle branches 692 and 699 have
been requested to attend the serv-
ices.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
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ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washinalon m
kiami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D Feder
[Friday evening services at 5:30. Late Fridav night forum at
:30. Rabbi Mescheloff wi speak on the theme': "Jewish LhV-A
lottery Cantor Feder will lead the communal singing Saturdiv
Corning services at 8:30. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the
Lbject: "Memory Handicaps." Intermediate services for teen ace
feuth at 9. Junior congregation, 10 a.m., under the supervision of
lax Bertman. Kiddish served to both junior groups by a Sister
tod committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S. J. Freedman in
targe. Mincha at 5:30 followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mes-
iieloff will speak on the portion of the week. Maariv at fi 4S
fegillah reading, 8 p.m. Wednesday.
PAGE THIRTEEN
I
BETH TFILAH, 93S Euclia ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
r Rackovskjr. *
Friday Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. An Onee
kabbat, to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p m Rabbi
ickovsky will speak. Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second min-
fcn. fl a.m. The rabbi will conduct the services and preach Mincha
n.m lollowed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi will discuss the portion
fthe week. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in
line Iki Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish
|v. and customs.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
tin ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbos, 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning service, 830 am
abbath of Zachor: Remembrance." Rabbi Grauer will preach on
k, i. inhering Our Obligations." Students' services, 10:30 a m
In a, 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos at which the rabbi
111 spi ak on the portion of the week. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8 30
hi Sunday. Mrs. Fred Ochs, hostess. Beth Hayeled, 9 a m to
bon. Monday. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m.
Pui im: The Megillah will be read at 8 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a hi
lursday. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Joy of Victory" Wednes-
iv evening.
Sam Silver, president of Miami's Sholem lodge oi B'nai B'rith, presents copies of "Sing a
Bong ol Friendship, new songbook designed to build friendly group relations, to Ulysses S.
Moms, director of the Southland Singers choir. Also pictured with the Southland Singers are
EEL ,"gJ, arx M< Fembera- **" President and program chairman of the lodge, and
tu o BaP\m- a!foclate director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation league.
The Southland Singers were recently featured in the first annual "Friendship Nite" pro-
gram of Sholem lodge. Selections from the Songs of Friendship," composed by Irvinq
Caesar, were sung by the group.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami
ibbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro's subject
r discussion will be "We Are Challenged Agaia." Mrs. Jean
htlin will be hostess at a reception in honor of her houseguests
I nd Mis. Dave Weiss of New York. The floral offering has been
Id in memory of Mrs. Jennie Levine by her sisters. Sabbath
vices, 8:30 a.m. Edward Bailine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
I will become Bar Mitzva. This is the "Sabbath of Remem-
Ince." The rabbi will speak on "Remember When ." Wednes-
evening Punm will be ushered in at 7:30 with the reading of
Scroll of Esther. Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly on "The
Irim of Tomorrow."
I MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
ach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
[Late Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
bsident of the American Jewish Congress, will be guest speaker.
Titor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the services assisted by the
liter choir. On Saturday morrting Rabbi Lehrman will preach on
weekly portion of the law. AZA-BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast.
im Sunday. Gilbert Balkin, associate director of the Florida
ginnal Anti-Defamation league, will discuss "Thoughts on
etherhood."
Purim: Megillah will be read at 7 p.m. Wednesday and 8:30
Thursday.
LIBERAL
[EMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
en Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
IFi l.l.iy evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish and Cantor
emer will present an original musical sermon, "The Panorama
Jewish Music Through the Ages,' on tne occasion of Jewish
sic Sabbath. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Carttor Kele-
will render the musical portions at all services.
REFORM
[TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th si.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Hlman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach
plow Can One Acquire a Religious Sense of Value?" A Sister-
ption will be held afterwards with the following serving as
Jesses: Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Arthur Kahn. Mrs. Henry Hirsch,
Hyman Kaplan and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, chairman of
e and refreshments. Mrs. Max Meisel will light the Sabbath
Saturday morning services, 11 a.m., preceded by the con-
dition class study group at 10 a.m.
[EMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
It" David Raab.
Iriday evening services, 8 p.m. Seymour Levin, son of Mr. and
I. Levin, will become Bar Mitzva. Seymour received his in-
ction from Joseph Keller of the Temple's religious school.
\\ {""b will conduct the service and preach on the subject of
Bli We Keep the Commandments?" Following the service a
ption will take place in the social hall. No formal invitations
been issued.
I JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
lman, rabbi and executive director.
ti may evening services will be dedicated as "Ladies' Auxiliary
Pa,h wth Miss Malvina Weiss of Miami Beach speaking on "The
pi Chasm of Our Time." Rabbi Kaufman will speak briefly on
en fcHther. Hosts at the evening's Oneg Shabbat will be Mr. and
ilaynian Tellman. The choir will sing under the direction of
ocniff. Religious services, 10 a.m. Saturday, with Mrs. Rose
"i as hostess.
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Basic elements of the Friday
evening serviceBorchu, Shma,
Adoration, Kaddish and Kiddish
will be integrated in an original
musical sermon which Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will present at a special
Jewish music service this evening
at Temple Beth Sholom.
The sermon will include a ka-
leidoscopic view of Jewish music
through the ages including the
Sabbath in Babylon, Moses' song
at the crossing of the Red Sea,
the poetry of Yehudi Halevy, Yid-
dish folk songs of the past and
the modern Hebrew music com-
ing out of Palestine.
Purpose of the sermon is to
awaken a greater appreciation of
Palestine Movie Set
For Purim Celebration
"Gateway to Palestine," a new
technicolor film, will be shown
during the Purim celebration to
be sponsored by the Ben Gurion
branch of labor Zionism 8 p.m.,
Saturday, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Cantor A. Friedman will sing
folk songs accompanied by Mrs.
Jennie Kamern. Guest speakers
will be Abe Hamlin of Boston and
Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Admission will be free and the
public is invited.
Jewish music and to offer non-
Jews the opportunity of gaining a
deeper understanding of the Jew-
ish faith through Jewish music,
Rabbi Kronish explains.
B'nai B'rith Women to
Nominate Officers
A slate of officers for the com-
ing year will be presented to
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge at a meeting 1:30 p.m.,
Tuesday at the Robert Clav hotel,
120 S. E. Fourth st.
Mrs. Jean Silverman, ways and
means chairman, will report on
plans for a luncheon to be held at
the Alcazar hotel March 31.
Anti-Defamation league activi-
ties will be discussed as will sug-
gested changes in the organiza-
tion's constitution.
Presentation of two ceiling
book projectors was made by the
group to Pratt General hospital
Tuesday evening. Col. Clyde M.
Beck accepted the gift on behalf
of the hospital and praised the
women for their service to vet-
erans.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
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Gulfstream Opening
Set For Wednesday
GULFSTREAM PARK, Hallan.
dale, Fla.A startlingly beautiful
Gulfstream Park inaugurates Its
40-day 1947 racing season Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Smooth sailing apparently lies
ahead for Gulfstream Park, which
first set its sails back in 1939 only
to crack up, after only four day.-.
on the rocks of financial disaster.
Four years later it was reopened
by President James Donn and his
associates. Last year the Orst
peace-time meeting of the new
track was staged over 40 days,
and crowds swarmed in ever-
increasing numbers to the Hallan-
dale track on Federal Hig
No. 1.
Upwards of 750 horses on the
Gulfstream Park grounds,
tracted by the richest purse
schedule in the history of tl
course, with another 1000 at Hia-
leah and Tropical Pai ks. A $2300
minimum purse, and
ranging to the $25,000 Gulf-
stream Park Handicap
nets I \; < :< I to keep the I
oughbreds in this
through the April 19 finale. The
Gulfstream Park Hand
attracted 4S of the winti 's I p
fligh: perf rmers, led by the Bi i
hant Armed, Et<.....
O' Luck. The Dude, C n
War Watch and a qu nt< t of Soul
Am< ncan invj ders Eleven
stake s ai ( on the s
tractive to I s all ag< s I
distances,
Futurity Stake Slated
At West Flagler Oval
With the nursery stake nei
a climax, Plans are now u
way for the opening of the run
West Flagler Kei i el club utun t>
stake, a race for tWO-yeaj-old
greyhounds The futuritj
fcheduled to get under way March
10 with more tl an 50 two-j
olds competing in the 194. cl.
Mail Ti i ": Ma" '
rier which recently started
racing at West Fl.
s as one of the early season
favorites in the
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world titli Never Roll
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! Former Miami Rabbi
ST PAUL. MinnRabbi Saul
B* Appelbaum. formerly of
Miami will be installed as rabbi
ol Mount Zion Temple at serv-
ices this evening. The InrtaUa-
tion sermon will be preached by
Rabbi Louis 1. Egelson adrmn-
^trative secreUry of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. .,
Rabbi Appelbaum recently ar-
rived from Miami, Fla.. to assume
the pulpit lelt vacant by the late
Rabbi Harry S. Margolis.
Milton P. Firestone, president
congregation, will officially
welcome Rabbi Appelbaum to his
ni w position. A reception to
. and Mrs. Appelbaum will
follow the services.
A graduate of Hebrew Union
college, Rabbi Appelbaum has
served in New York city; Brad-
ford. Pa., and Miami.
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*Jewi$tiH iiI, tr
PAGE FIFTEEN
EST1MQNIAL TO LITERARY FIGURE
l The following article-Dr. Alexander Mukdoni: The Man
L, Hit Work"was written by Dr. M. A. Lipkind of Miami Beach
tTmm'memorate Dr. Mukdoni's 70th birthday. A testimonial ban-
fc...t committee, under the chairmanship of Dr. M. J. Click, has
Arranged a dinner in honor of Dr. Mukdoni for March 8 at 25
E;,.h,,infon are.Ed.)
T,' A Mukdoni (pseudonym for
, A KappcD was born in 1877.
; i ..'chewitch, Government
; ,'k White Russia. He received
/traditional Jewish education
Heder and Yeshiveh and later
rned to secular education. At
early age he mastered, through
vate teachers, the required
bit'tts for college entrance. In
he went to Switzerland
here he studied philosophy at
Berne university. He lived
m time to time at Paris, Lu-
nne and Geneva. In 1907 he
lied jurisprudence at the
ne university and received the
tree of doctor of philosophy.
D,. Mukdoni began his distin-
ished literary career during his
dent years. He published short
ries and humorous sketches,
,th in the Hebrew and Yiddish
!ss. In 1909 he returned to
nia and settled in Warsaw, the
jter f modern Jewish culture
id journalism of that time. He
|ned the editorial staff of Spec-
. s "Neie Welt," where he wrote
itorials and short stories. There
began his systematic activity
a theatre critic. He collabor-
d as a columnist, writer of
litical articles and literary ro-
ws in various newspapers and
iodicals of Europe and Amer-
He has also edited magazines
and anthologies and is the author
of many books and monographs
including "Stories and Humor-
ous Sketches," "Books for Every-
body," "The Serious and the Hu-
morous" and "Memoirs of a Thea-
tre Critic." He translated "The
Living Ghost" by Tolstoi, "The
Eternal Wanderer" by Osip Di-
mow and other dramas.
In 1927 his 50th birthday anni-
versary was celebrated in New
York by a special theatre per-
formance and by the issuance of
a volume of his collected essays
and a "Jubilee Journal in Honor
of Dr. Mukdoni" with articles in
which he was acclaimed one of
the most outstanding and influen-
tial Jewish theatre critics.
In 1932, Mukdoni made a tour
of Europe and Palestine and
afterwards published articles
about the Hebrew theatre.
Dr. Mukdoni from the begin-
ning of his long literary career,
devoted his prolific pen and his
exceptional talents to the re-
form and elevation of the
standards of the Jewish thea-
tre. He waged an unrelenting
battle against worthless plays
and stupid acting.
However, he has not made thea-
tre criticism his only life work.
His literary activities embrace
H 111 k
*!JMlS510N ?5<
every phase of Jewish culture
and public life. He raises his
voice against mediocrity in litera-
ture and public leadership. He
uses effectively his subtle humor
and at times sharp sarcasm,
mocking the false prophets in
Israel. He ridicules all those who
write and speak a great deal and
^y very little. On the other
hand, he delights giving credit
and encouragement to those who
offer positive contributions to
Jewish cultural life.
Mukdoni has shown in his writ-
ings profound knowledge and
deep sympathy with the Jewish
aspiration for national redemp-
tion. He has recently contrib-
uted an excellent article on ter-
rorism in general and the justi-
fiable terrorism in Palestine,
where one finds him to be a bet-
ter informed Zionist than some
of our Zionist leaders.
Since 1922 Mukdoni has lived in
New York. He is associated withJ
the "Jewish Morning Journal.
He writes "In the World of Books
and Writers" and about Jewish
cultural and communal questions
and on the political scene of the
world each week.
Dr. Mukdoni writes in a lively,
individual style. His sentences
are short, concise and not compli-
cated. He avoids the excessive
use of high-sounding words to
exhibit superior scholarship. His
style delights the scholar and is
readily-understood by the general
reader. He intersperses many
Hebrew words and occasionally
whole phrases adaptable to the
Yiddish idiom. To paraphrase an
aphorism by Lincoln, "He must
love the Hebrew language be-
cause he uses so much of it in
his Yiddish."
Dr. Mukdoni in his person sub-
stantiates the proverb "The style
is the man." He is at all times
meticulously dressed and always
mild spoken. For the last eight
years he has been spending his
winters at Miami Beach and is
seen at his customary daily prom-
enade, walking slowly, absorbed
in deep thought. He does not
display the eccentricities and
mannerisms commonly observed
in artists. He looks and acts like
a typical gentleman scholar. He
is tactful and courteous to every-
body he meets. Indeed, he is a
warm, loyal friend, a pleasant
companion, a brilliant conversa-
tionalist and the possessor of a
keen sense of humor.

This sketch is far from being an
exhaustive study of Dr. Mukdoni
and his work. "The Lexicon of
the Jewish Theatre" and the
"Lexicon of the Jewish Litera-
ture" contain more authoritative
information about him. "The
Jubilee Journal in Honor of Dr.
Mukdoni," I presume contains
more profound scholarly studies
of him. My sketch is only a
meager outline, written by a lay-
man, a reader, in appreciation for
the intellectual pleasure and in-
struction he derives from the
work of the gifted writer, loving
teacher and warm-hearted Jew.
I, together with a host of Dr.
Mukdoni's friends, wish him on
his 70th birthday anniversary,
many happy years of creative
work.
There is an ancient tradition
that a Babylonian scholar of the
third century. B.C.. Rabbi Samuel
bar Shilath, who was a highly
esteemed teacher of children in
his day, was descended from Hu-
man, the Purim villain.
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chairman.
Twelve southern communities
will be represented at the meet-
ing to which the Miami and
Miami Beach "Y's" and the Bu-
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been invited.
Besides examining camp sites,
the committee will determine
how the institution will be fi-
nanced and operated. It is
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opened for operation by the sum-
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FRIDAY^EBRUARVoo
From Adar to Vashti
(As part J. wish Community Centers and Y.M-
1'WHA'i m well aa other Jewish
communlt} agencies, the National
Jewish Welfare board has published
an B4-pase illustrated program man-
ual on Purlm. Prom tiiis manual,
which contains a wealth of material
for planning Purlm programs (:
young and old, we have extracted
ihis Purlm Glossary.)
THE EDITOR
ADAR: Purim occurs on the
fourteenth day of Adar which is
the twelfth month in the Jewish
calendar. In a leap year, which
occurs seven times in a cycle of
nineteen years, a thirteenth
month, known as Second Adar. is
added. During leap years. Purim
is observed in Second Adar. The
Jewish month of Adar falls about
March.
ADLOYADA: A word recentlj
coined in Palestine to designati
the grand carnival on Purim in
Tel Aviv. The name is derived
from the Talmudic recommenda-
tion, "on this day one should
drink 'ad lo yoda' (till one knows
not) the difference between
'Baruch Mordecai' (blessed be
Mordecai) and 'Arur Hainan'
(cursed be Haman)."
AL HANISSIM: (Literally
for the miracles I A special prayer
included in the Eighteen Benedic-
tions and in the Grace after meals
on Purim and Hanukah.
AHASUERUS: The King of
Persia who plays an important
role in the story of Purim. He is
usually identified ;i> Xerxes 1
1485-465 B.C.E.).
ESTHER: The heroine of the
story of Purim originally called
Hadassah. In the Persian langu-
age. Esther or Ishtar means
star."
ESTHER TAANIT: The Fasl
of Esther which occurs on the day
before Purim (Adar 13th) and
mmemorates the fast of Esther
prior to her pleading for her peo-
ple before Ahasuerus.
GREGGER: (Haman Klappei I
Noise maker used on Purim in the
synagogue during the reading of
the Megillah. Every time the
name of Haman is mentioned, the
children swing their greggers.
HAMAN: Minister to King
uerus and villain of the'
Purim story.
HAMANTASH: A three-cor-
ed Purim pastry filled with
Seed. The word 'haman-
is German-Haman pocket
A number of interpretations have
een put on the custom of eating
antashen.
MEGILLAH: Hebrew word for
scroll The word is frequently
used as referring to "Megillat
Esther"Scroll of Esther, i.e.
scroll containing the story of
Purim. read on Purim during the
evening and morning service.
MISHLOAH MANOT: The
custom of sending gifts to either
friends or to the poor. On Purim
it was obligatory upon the poor-
est Jews, even upon one who was
himself dependent upon charity.
to give to other poor.
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MORDECAI: The hero of the
Purim story and tin- cousin of
Esther.
PURIM: The Feast of Lots or
the Feast of Esther, a minor his-
torical festival Derived from
the Hebrew word "pur" meaning
"lots." Hainan cast lots to dis-
cover the clay most favorable to
his plan of destroying the Jews
PURIM SEUDAH: is marked by
unbounded festivity and offers
opportunities for participation by
both parents and children in the
domestic celebration All kinds
>f merrymaking are indulged in.
culminating in the evening with
the jovial Seudah (party
which all tlie members ol the
household an- gathered
PURIM SHP1ELER: Masque-
rading by both young and old has
been a general practice on this
holiday. Companies ol amateurs
.Purim Shpielers) used to g. ;
.louse to house to dance. Slllg and
produce episodes i I the Pui im
story, usually concluding with the
comic ditty, "Heint is Purim.
morgen is ois, git uns a gr
and varft uns a
SHALAH MANOT TREGGER:
A messeng carries Purim
gifts (shalah Manot).
SHUSHAN: The capital ol
I'ei.si.i. where the mam events ol
the Purim story took place.
SHUSHAN PURIM: The day
following Purim (Adar 15th)
The holiday was celebi
this day in Shushan as final tri-
umph was achieved in that city.
VASHTI: Queen oi Ahasuerus,
depos, d I i : ng to show,
sell to the K ests.
EUROPEAN JEWS SEEK
AMERICAN RELATIVES
Seeking to make contact with
American relatives >! European
Jews, thi s< rvice to the foreign
born department of the National
Council of Jewish Women, is ask-
ing for information regarding the
following persons,
Alexander Rappaport is I
sought by Hedy Nemethy, Milton
Hai th Klemphna by Jancu Harth,
Angela Hanson (Sordlin Atela) by
Nicola Wlajcic, Rose Caver by
David Szmerdiemer, N. Haut by
Leon Fries. Moisey Rosen by
Rachil Lisiansky, Teodor Frankel
by Dr. Bernard Birn and Hernia'
Kadev by Eda Yaffee.
Information may be forwarded
to the Miami section of Council
at 506 Congress bidg.. Miami.
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Court ,,' Dade County. Florida.
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LEO ROSEN,
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IIAKItV tHIAPEN .
MYKRH HEIMAN & K U'LAN,
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the undersigned, desliiiitc to <-ngag.i In
bualnesa under the fletluoua name of
THE BOOKWORM, al IM Valencia
ivenue, Coral Oables, Fla Intends io
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Fl Stanley j. BROMBBRa,
Sola Owner.
SILVER, KAPLAN DIETS,
Attorneys lor Applicant.
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\cilli K 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring .....ngage in
i, ,. ,ii, .- imdei the fictitious name f
HADLEY BCILDING, al 123 N. B.
ah Street, Miami, Kla.. Intend to res
,i.l name Hii the i "lerk the
circuii Court "f i >ii'ii- County, Florida.
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MAE K KIVKINH
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
. under the flctltioua nance of
Ml KKAV MFC UIHTRIBUTINU
CO mot Inc.), -it -8W s. w. itird
Road, Miami, Florida, Intend lo reg-
ister >ill name with ii"- Clerk of the
Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida.
MCRRAY GOTTLIEB
If SIDNEY KKS8ELMAN
Ki|ual Partner*,
Wins BENJAMIN,
\ r>i ney
2 2S :i 7-14-21--8 _________
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ni:< >i >m-: j sakuw ii/
ii. | I II Will
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IX Tin: circcit nil l" OP THh
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,, file a In the above
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n-ltl, .. law* "f the State of
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By IVM. VV. STOCKING,
Deputj Cli
VLKItED KREISLER
inn j for Plaintiff,
SIS Si li Id Building,
Miani K
2/14-21-2S
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
iho undersigned, desiring t" engage In
n ... under the fictitious name ol
BISCAYNE TRAILER BALES COM-
PANY, ai 7037 N K Second Avenue,
Hi ; Ida Intends i" register
...ni name with the Clerk of tin- Or-
, ,,i Court "f Dade County, Floi Ida.
JI3, INC.
WAKMAN A. Sll.\ ER,
... j foi Applicant.
2 14-21-28 :; i-H
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, samull blank,
II. P. COYLE, ELIZABETH BLANK.
THERE8A MILLER, ROSE BLANK
KRAMER, MARION FKEHLINO.
MICHAEL UUXK and JEROME
BLANK, as co-partners doing busl-
ness under the fictitious name of K-A
DISTRIBUTORS, al 690 N. \V. 13th
Street, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said fictitious name in the of-
ol the Clerk ( the Circuit Court
I I lade County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
ll F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA .MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
H LOUIS HEIMAN.
AttomeyH for Applicants,
1/31 2/7-14-21-28
Purim is called the Feast of
Luis because in Hebrew purim
means lots, and Hainan selected
by lot the 13th day of Adar on
which tu carry nut his plot against
the Jews.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY 'UNION lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi- I tloui i.........f
SID'S CUT RATE, al 2400 N Miami
Avenue, Miami. Fla Intends to ><-n-
..id name with the Clerk of the
Circuii Court of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY SAKS.
Sole Owner,
-' :'l .'! 17-1 l-l'l
USI Harding Avenue ,^W|
l^w^.r-V -i
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A Homey fr Appllcam,
Congress Illdt
2 14-21-28 8/7-14
Miri'E 18 IM-P.Kp.TTrcTrH
th underalgned, deslrlii i .0|
business under the i, m ""*
"2CHIN invkst'>
1326 15th street. M, ,t
intend to register said h' ?
Clerk of the circuit Cw? 5l>
County, Florida "' Qi
ROBERT L. Tl-ncnv
BEN TPKi-IIIN tH,N
w.un'i'i^'-l^u.'HiN
NOTICH 18 HEREBY ciurTH
the undersigned, desirius "N *l
business under the liciiii',,"*'*!
PARMBIDE TRAILER park"!*.!
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVBN
he nn.i. rslgned. desiring ,.." '
business under the fli i,,,,, '
LYNN PARK iiutki.
ith Street, Miami, fi., .
biter Mid name with t'he aSM
l ircult Conn of Dade 'ountv nai
JOHN SCHH
1.II.I.IAN SCHWART2
SAMIKI. WEl.NBBRfl
ELAINE WKINBERQ
s.\.M SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants,
.' 14-21 -28 :i 7-14
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN J
the undersigned, desiring to ennui!
uusliiesa u.....ir the fi. tm.u* h'imJ]
DADE DEPARTMENT STORE.JI
u.. w-i-''lb Av.nue. intheCM
of Miami. Moi-lda. inieml | rfnatrl
the said name with the I'lerk o[ tkal
Circuit Court of Dade County rTorisJ
JACK A GILMAN
MAS I III.MAN
A IK INOVITZ, WE IN K l.i:
& ARONOV1TZ.
Attorneys for Applicants,
74s Beybold Hidn ,
Miami, Fla
2/7-14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKS cull
the unilernlKned. desiring t<> engage's]
business under the fiolitlous name stl
EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS AGENCY, ]
220 23rd Street, Miami Beach, north,I
Intends to register said name with Hal
Clerk of the Circuit (Vurt o( D*b|
County, Plorida.
HARRY BRENT
JOEL P. NEWM w.
Attorney for
Exclusive Artists Agency,
I SI 2/7-14-21-28
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From 1861 to 1900 then was a
Purim Association in New York,
founded and supported by a group
of men "imbued with the desire
to celebrate the Purim festival
in a refined way that should fit-;
tingly represent the serial side'
oi New York Judaism."
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