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The Jewish Floridian ( March 14, 1947 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 14, 1947

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 14, 1947

Subjects

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00997

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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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)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"ResponsibiliiyTs Ours" Myers
.. Ar,.,. 1KB ...ill !____1._______.1 .. -'
"In the next few days we will embark upon the-
.atesl task ever undertaken by the Greater
Bami Jewish community. To raise $1,309,741 in
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal for the relief,
habilitation and resettlement of the surviving
in Europe and for the maintenance of our
col and national agencies and institutions is
itself a major task. To accomplish this result
Lr the capital fund campaigns we have recently
Lducted may make the task more difficult.
L the size and difficulty of the Job will not face
I Of this I am sure. It will not daunt the men
fad women of our community who year after
Lar have contributed their labors and their money
[write glorious and successful ends to the eight
npaigns we have held since 1939 when our
gaTned.Miami ''^ Federation wa or-
SSL*- u1"0' HerB hom Increasing
health, welfare and recreational needs of our
growing and expanding Jewish community must
be adequately met. Oversea, the situation of the
homeless Jews of Europe is worse today than it
,7a unfortunate people, our brothers and sisters, alive.
We cannot let them die in 1947. Life without
dignity, without freedom, without hope, is mean-
mgless. To bring purpose and meaning into the
m of the remnants of Israel yet alive in Europe
today is our task in 1947. While continuing to
"f rLeliel ,0 8u,tain bodY- w must help
rebuUd the spirit, rekindle hope and raise these
people to their feet so that they may live as human
beings in freedom and with dignity in a place of
their own chooosing.
"The future of our community and the lives,
hopes and aspirations of one and a half million
Jewish souls is our responsibility. This responsi-
bility we can perform by succeeding In our 1947
campaign. Our goal of $1,309,741 will be attained,
provided each individual of the Greater Miami
Jewish community pledges himself to work
harder and to give more.
"Lei us dedicate ourselves to the task that lies
ahead. With courage and determination we will
succeed."
STANLEY C. MYERS. Chairman.
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal.
li^klbJEIIiQiciidOiQUD
Grm&>nin#- THE JEWISH U N I fy~r
UME 20-NUMBER 11
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ombined Jewish Appeal Starts Fund
1,000 Volunteers To Solicit
Jewish Citizenry Mar. 16-26
Raising
L
IIFESTQ SENT
IUSALEM (JTA). The
|lem Jewish Community
I i. i sued a mani-
|t Britain and all the na-
the world calling for an
Jiatp lifting of martial law
u
fnling out lhal the council
llways been opposed to ter-
the manifesto declared
Imilitary control had been
ped upon "innocent peo-
It concluded with a plea
fw3 living under the mili-
>egime to maintain "calm-
|and discipline."
J"l,t-': camp near Hadeia
Packed and one soldier was
e others wounded.
I escaped. A military
ed by a land mine on
lain Haifa-Tel Aviv road
piamath Gan. which is
Hie army-controlled area.
I8h the vehicle was dam-
fo one was injured. Eleven
have been arrested since
Pjtardaj night, the police
Red,
The 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal for $1,309,741- a fund-
raising task of heroic proportions undertaken by the Jewish
community of Greater Miamibegins here Sunday.
For ten days following, the eyes of American Jewry and the
hope of thousands of Jews abroad will turn to this area, for the
campaign here is the first to be held in any major city in the
nation in 1947 on behalf of refugees, overseas needs and Pales-
tine. The world's Jewish leaders look to Greater Miami as the
barometer for giving standards throughout the rest of the United
States in this urgent humanitarian appeal.
Dr. Ruth Gruber. foreign correspondent for the New York Post
will be the "kick-off" speaker at
I"
armv
and police pa-
wlding.-. i the center of
pv wei
e again covered with
of the Irgun Zvai Leumi
lontmued on Page 4)
a breakfast meeting in the Colum-
bus hotel Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. She is best known for
her work as representative of
former Secretary of the Interior
Harold L. Ickes. when in 1944
she accompanied 1.000 refugees
from Europe and helped them
establish a home in Oswego, N. Y.
Dr. Gruber later joined the Anglo-
American Committee of Inquiry
on its tour of Europe and Pales-
tine.
'-'"
Chief beneficiary of the local
campaign is the United Jewish
Appeal, which will receive $900.-
000 from total contributions here.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the drive, declared today that
only the moral and material sup-
port provided by American Jews
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal has thus far prevented a
complete breakdown in the spirit
of the homeless survivors of Nazi
oppression.
Mr. Myers reported that since
the end of the war the number
of Jewish DP's in Europe has in-
ees in Italian Camp creased from 85.000 to more than
a quarter of a million. As against
lii
rotest Hunger Strike
E UT.M-Eirven hundred
refugees in Camp B.cocca.
Milan, went on a hun-
',, lh:s week in protest
: 'Sal of the UNRRA
's to allot rations for
' Preparation.
Who were recent-
fe'"d o the ramp from
" Italy, charge that
MA representative! had
P tht they would not be
I common mess.
P't directly affected are
l oups which have been
7>ng some semblance of
-Mscnce by preparing
;;d and eating by
, 'her than with hun-
Mher refugees.
this sharp increase in the number
of uprooted and homeless Jews,
he pointed out. the intergovern-
mental assistance has decreased
and will be reduced to a mini-
mum with the liquidation of
UNRRA on June 30, 1947.
He stressed that the United
Jewish Appeal this year would
have to provide funds for in-
creased supplementary food,
clothing, medical supplies and
other basic essentials necessary
for the restoration and recon-
struction of the displaced Jews.
"The great majority of Eu-
rope's homeless Jetcs could net
have survived without relief.
rehabilitation and resettlement
assistance of the Join! Distri-
bution committee, with funds
DR RUTH GRUBER
contributed to tlie United Jew-
ish Appeal," Mr. Myers said.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
is one of more than 4,000 local
community campaigns which will
be conducted in every section of
the United States. The nation-
wide $170,000,000 campaign for
the UJA will make possible not
(Continued on Page 4)
Sholom Asch To Speak
For CJA Women's Group
Sholom Asch, novelist, poet and
author, whose works have been
on the best-seller lists for two
decades, will be the guest speaker
at a "sacrifice luncheon" of the
women's division of the 1947 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal today at the
Belmar hotel, Miami Beach.
Author of The Nazarene. the
Apostle, Three Cities and, most
recently, the popular East
River. Dr. Asch will speak on
the plight of the Jewish race
in Europe and their quest for
a homeland in Palestine.
Also scheduled to address the
women's group, whose meeting
today will be the last before the
campaign gets underway offici-
ally on Sunday, is Rabbi Leo
Geiger. former Army chaplain,
who has just returned from Pal-
estine and a tour of the displaced
persons camps in Europe.
Rabbi Geiger is the husband of
a Miamian. the former Edith Hol-
lander, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
A. M. Hollander of Lincoln rd..
Miami Beach. They were wed
here last year following Mrs.
Geiger's discharge from the WAC.
(Continued on Page 4)
P
NOTE TO
BIG FOUR PARLEY
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA).The
text of a British note to the
United Nations, officially submit-
ting the Palestine case for U.N.
consideration, was reported this
week to have been completed.
However, it will not be submitted
before it is approved by Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin who it
now in Moscow attending tin
"Big Pour" Foreign Ministers
parley. It is believed that Bevin
will discuss the Lie proposal for a
fact-finding committee with Sec-
retary of State George C. Mat-
Survey Shows 3.000 Jews
Living In Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (JTA).
__There are 3,095 Jews in 946
families in Jacksonville a recent
survey by William I. Boxerman,
executive director of the Jackson-
ville Jewish Community Council
revealed.
The two-year study also dis-
closed that half the city* Jews
are gainfully employed and that
they are predominantly native
born. The average Jewish citi-
zen is 39 years of age and 65 per
cent are married.
The Jewish Floridian
Announces the Removal of Its
OFFICES and PLANT
New Address:
120 NORTHEAST SIXTH STREET
SAME PHONES: 2-1141 3-1331 2-8212
JERUSALEM (JTA).The eyes
of Jewish political leaders here
were turned towards Moscow as
reports from Washington and
New York indicated that Secre-
tary of State Marshall and For-
eign Minister Bevin would dis-
cuss the Palestine issue in the
interlude between sessions of the
Foreign Ministers Conference on
Germany and Austria.
(Continued on Page 4)
Congressman Attacks
Immigration Proposal
WASHINGTON (JTA).-In a
lengthy statement inserted in the
Congressional Record, Congress-
man Thomas A. Jenkins, Ohio Re-
publican, criticized the Roosevelt
Administration for "undermin-
ing" the immigration laws of the
United States, charged the pres-
ent officials concerned with im-
migration of being "flagrantly in-
efficient" in administering the
law, and attacked the overseas
airlines companies for proposing
to eliminate some of the immi-
gration restrictions applying to
incoming airline passengers.
He also said he hoped that the
sub-committee on Immigration ot
the Judiciary Committee would
"do away with the practice of the
consideration of legislation for the
relief of individual cases." The
practice has led to the admission
of "many persons who were un-
desirable," Jenkins declared,
while deserving applicants "who
did not have the finances or social
standing with which to make
legislative contact" were denied
the privilege.
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MILDRED GREENBERG
SETS WEDDING DATE
Plans for an April wedding
were told by Misi -Mildred B.
Greenberg when the announce-
ent of her engagement to Ar-
thur B. Roseman was made
known recently. Miss Greenberg
Personalty Speakina
Margol Bernstein Rites
Will Take Place Sunday
ireeks' vacation
Romesa Ro.en.hal. daughter six weeKS v.....
of Mr and Mrs. J. Rosen.hal. Hampton hotel.
1502 N. E. First ave was re- Yearly winter
centlv selected as delegate and j^,. Sam Valk
from Miami Edison Senior High Mount Vernon. N. Y.. lor
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visitors, Mr.
arrived
On Sunday, the 20th anniver-
sary of her parents' marriage,
Miss Rita L. Margol will be wed
to Mr. Herbert A. Bernstein. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Margol, 750 Pennsyl-
8;h ave.
Tampa on March 21 and U- Qnd ^ Robert Weiss.
The bride-elect has chosen the She was a!so promoted to the
twenty-seventh as the date for
her marriage, which will take
place at Temple Israel. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will officiate.
A reception at Kaplan hall will
follow the ceremony.
Mr. Roseman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Roseman, 152 Barbey
rank of first lieutenant in in.. __._
Miami Edison Cadette corps. Miami Honeymoon
An informal open house cele- por Norman Sombergs
SFm^ %?** lESfwH* Sn "as asked Mr. Morns B
chddnm Maurice, Dot.ie end J* ,, to act as his best man.
fZ at .heir home. 2040 S. W., > J^JTSS S^S J
The ceremony will take place
Beth Jacob Synagogue at 6:00
p n. with Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off officiating. Miss Margol will
e attended by Miss Charlotte
Bernstein, sister of the groom,
maid-of-honor, and Mrs. M. C.
Port, matron-of-honor. Mr. Bern-
stein has asked Mr. Morris Gelb-
20th St., on Sunday at 2 p.m..
The party will mark the silver
wedding anniversary of the(
Budners.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Prilzker en-'
tertained northern guests last
Saturday night at their home at i
321 S. W. Ninth eve. The guests
ware ell from Connecticut and
included Mrs. S. Resnick, a sis-
ter of Mrs. Piitzker: Dr. and Mrs.
Sergeon M. Lear, A. Snyde^
and Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman.
Miamians who were present
were Mr. and Mrs. F. Jonas.
University of Miami music
students will be heard in re-
cital on Tuesday evening.
March 18, at 8:30 when the an-
inual spring musicale of Sigma
'Alpha'lota is presented at the
Miami Women's club on Bay-
shore dr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gold
of Brooklyn, N. Y., are now
it B V n "' '" vacctioning at the Leslie hotel
with their friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Harrv S:egel, also of Brooklvn.
Mrs'Geld is the sister of Julius
and Max Rosenstein of Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Fri B se- Saihna for Europe aboard the
- elected u Queen Elizabeth on Wednes-
g will inclu le day are Mr. and Mrs. Sam
berg, Donald Wein- Schachno. 744 Michiaan ave.
nd Alien Greenberg. The coupie will visit New York
- G: eenberg is a graduate 01 tj !!-.. Koir
High school and at- ^ad^ c]a*m% .***
, University of Miami np wnen they fly to Switzer-
s active in DEBBS chapter, land to spend the Passover holi-
(.' B'nai B'rith Young Women and days with Mrs. Schachno's par-
.liaied with the YMHA m ents. After short stays in Italy,
The groom-to-be is a Belgium and Holland, the
graduate of Franklin K. Lane : Schachnos will return to Miami
school of Brooklyn and a veteran 3^^ iate in April.
of two and a half years of Army j Miss Wa Mondres New York,
service. Following a northern .
motor trip, the couple will reside was the recent house guest of
in Miami. ner brother, J. R. Mondres and
family, Sidonia rd., Coral Ga-
bles.
President of the Israel Orphan
asylum, New York city, Mrs.
Gustave Hartman is visiting at
the home of her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob :
Egert, 1235 Meridian ave. Mrs.
Hartman is the widow of the
late Judge Hartman.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zion of
Brookline. Mass., have returned
to their home after spending a
Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Hotel
Walburne, Miami Beach. It was
on their 29th anniversary of his
ta that the groom and his
bride-to-be announced their en-
gagement.
A dinner and reception for the
family will follow at the Wal-
burne hotel. Among the out-of-
town guests who will attend are
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levine, Mrs.
Rose Reck and M. Hyman Levine
of Pittsburgh.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High school, Miss Margol
is now a student of the University
of Miami. The groom was re-
cently discharged after four years
Army. He is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High school.
Following a brief honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein will re-
side at the home of their parents,
740 Pennsylvania ave.
_ raiDAYMApj,
Kamenoffs To Be
At Orlando Cere,
The manage of Mis ji,
Schulman to Mr. jJ7,*
son of Mr. and Mrs H
enoff, will take pll^"
2 P.m. in 01-landolft
the bridegroom, ifofv*?!
I* the daughter of M ^
Harry Schulmanrf? ,*"
Leon blvd., Coral GablJ
Morns Skop. o{ 0 *
married Mis, Sch|j/
to Mr. Kamenotf. jjL
conduct the ceremony '
Mr. andMis.Kamenoffrtd
best man and matron of
respectively. Many out-o,.
-a
are visiting the gn im's pa
Mr. and Mrs, Sydney Somberg,
1455 N. W. 57th st.
Mrs. Somberg, to be honored at
a reception du:.. hi 1 -tay here,
is the former Paula Mazursky,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Men-
dell Mazursky of Barnwell, S. C.
The double ring ceremony which
united the couple took place at
the bride's home.
A student at Georgetown uni-
versity, Mr. Somberg will take
his bride to Washington to make
their home. He is a graduate of
Miami High school and served
four years in the Navy.
Mrs. Somberg attended schools
in South Carolina and is a gradu-
ate of the University of Georgia.
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At Shelborne Sunday
Miss Gertrude Schneider will
join the March brides when her
marriage to Mr. Benjamin Abrash
is solemnized Sunday, 8:00 p.m.,
at the Shelborne hotel. The offi-
ciating rabbi will be Rabbi Ir-
ving Lehrman.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Schneider, 1341 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, the bride will be
attended by her sister, Mrs. Saul
Kaplan. The brother of the
groom, Mr. Irving Abrash, will
be best man. Mr. Abrash is the
son of Mr. Samuel Abrash, 1960
Park ave., Miami Beach, and
Paterson, N. J.
A dinner will follow the cere-
mony.
After a honeymoon in Havana,
Mr. and Mrs. Abrash will reside
at Miami Beach.
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L
CRIPPLES PALESTINE INDUSTRY
.USALEM (JTA)As 300,000 Jews in Jerusalem completed
rst week under martial law, industry and commerce in the
under military control were badly disrupted with thou-
, thrown out of work as factories slowed down or came to
t, food stocks were depleted and banks closed following
withdrawals. The rigid security measures, however, did
icceed in halting the activities of the Irgun Zvai Leumi.
ur thousand workers were thrown out of work in Tel Aviv
'etach Tikvah, and a number of plants in the latter city
I because of shortage of raw materials. Vice Mayor
,o Shtampcr told newsmen.......
war would not be over until the
British "
Imath Gan, which is also
military control, 6000
Irs face unemployment un-
\vr materials arrive shortly,
A. Krinitzi declared. Lt.
Sheffield, the army's press
in Tel Aviv, said that the
estimates of those unem-
in Tel Aviv because of
fy rule was 5,000, but he
ed the actual figure was
He said that no provision
import of raw materials
ben made nor was contem-
j even if unemployment re-
He disclosed that 5,000
have been issued to es-
[ workers and that 7,000 ap-
ons are under consideration.
kised the attitude of Mayor
|Rokach and the municipal
toward the military re-
Ibut hedged that "this does
lean full cooperation from
Ipulace."
pch and a group of economic
came to Jerusalem to
| with the authorities on the
of raw materials needed
knis in the blockaded area.
[a meeting of the Histadruth
he Jewish Manufacturers
ktion in Haifa agreed that
I would be no lock-outs or
until martial law is lifted,
Jer not to further cripple
onomy.
precautions taken by the
nds of British soldiers were
fcntly incapable of halting
|un either inside or outside
kl Aviv area. In the city,
bderground group distrib-
eaflets announcing a series
kcks on British military in-
|ons and trucks. On a
broadcast, apparently orig-
in the area, Menahem
commander of the Irgun,
|an 'order of the day" call-
his forces to "stand like
gainst the assault of the
L" and announcing that the
left. Shortly after his
broadcast an urgent call was
radioed to patrol cars in the city
to track down the Irgun trans-
mitter.
After several hours of firing in
Jerusalem Wednesday night, fol-
lowing an alleged attack on the
perimeters of one of the four
British security zones, the scene
of violence shifted to Hadera
during the night where an army
camp was attacked by mortars
and small arms fire. Three sol-
diers were wounded and several
of the attackers are believed to
have been hit. Police dogs are
being used to follow a trail of
blood left by the attackers. Ac-
cording to Jewish sources the re-
ported attack on the security zone
sentry post which is near the
Jewish Agency building, was ac-
tually an exchange of shots be-
tween trigger-happy sentries and
nervous police.
The power line between Jeru-
salem and the suburb of Katamon
was cut. Sirens sounded for al-
most an hour and flares lit the
night skies as troops and police
attempted to capture the attack-
ers. At least one soldier is known
to have been wounded.
WINZ Will Present
Recorded Jewish Music
The Yiddish Theatre of the Air
will present a program of re-
corded Jewish Music over WINZ,
Sunday at 10:30 a.m., with Sidney
Kirsch as moderator.
Modern and traditional Jewish
talent will be heard on the radio
show, which will originate in the
Cadillac hotel studios. This
week's feature will be the Jewish
version of the popular "Anniver-
sary Waltz" sung by Chaim Tow-
ber, accompanied by Abe Elstein
and Orchestra.
sts, JWV Groups
Commander Cohen
hi post of Jewish War Vet-
fill attend a meeting of the
Zionist district Monday
" at 8 o'clock in the audi-
of Beth David synagogue
Maxwell Cohen, past na-
commander of the Jewish
feteians.
nander Cohen, a veteran
_ World Wars, was retired
he rank of major from
War II with a service in-
1 disability. A resident of
Pter, Mass., both he and his
|jye been active for many
veterans' organizations.
Report of previous affairs is
the business to be taken up at
the regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Miirachi division, to
take place at Congregation Beth
Jacob. 311 Washington ave.,
Saturday evening. A speaker
will be heard and refreshments
will be served.
He has just returned from at-
tending the Zionist Congress,
with which he travelled through
Europe studying current prob-
lems on the Continent and in
Palestine.
State department Commander
Abe Goldman will introduce the
speaker.
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Shepard Broad will be speaker
at the post-Purim celebration of
the Haganah Boys' club tomorrow
in Temple Beth Sholom at 7 p.m.
Ronald Ansin, president of the
group and a member of the Pales-
tine Haganah, will also talk.
Group leaders are Abe Weiss and
Rosalyn Prosd.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni,
noted Yiddish literary and dra-
matic critic, will read his un-
published essay on J. L. Perets.
Jewish writer and poet, Sunday
at 8 p.m. in the Labor Lyceum
on 25 Washington ave.
PAGE THREE
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Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
Cancels March Meetings
The Miami Beach Lodge of
B'nai B'rith has issued a spe-
cial notice to the effect that no
further meetings will be held
this month in order thai fullest
cooperation may be given to
assure the success of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Drive.
According to Walter Kovner.
president, the next regular
meeting will be held on April 1.
52 different agencies will
benefit from your one gift to
the 1947 Greater Miami Com-
bined Jewish Appeal
UNVEILINGS
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Morris
Eisenberg, 519 Meridian ave., Mi-
ami Beach, will take place Sun-
day at 2:30 p.m. at Mount Sinai
cemetery. Arrangements are in
charge of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer
of the Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Nine vital community agen-
cies in Greater Miami are
among the 52 beneficiaries of
this year's Combined Jewish
Appeal.
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Editorial
FRIDAY,
MAflCHi
OUR YEAR FOR SACRIFICE
This year we are on he .pot Abroad, \^^{
survivors are looking with hope-filled eyes to < e ^
America. They have heard the stimulating pledge of the
S170.000.000 campaign for 1947 of the United Jewish Appeal
and of the promise to help them stand on their own feet. That
promise must be fulfilled through our 1947 campaign in behall
of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal.
The plight of the Jewish survivors overseas has touched the j
hearts of everyone in this country. No one can remamjm-
moved by the desperate plight of the Jewish survivors almos
two years after the end of the war. No one, regardless or
race or creed, can remain unaffected by the spectacle of this
pitiful remnant today strugaling to rise to their feet and tina
the hopes, homes and futures which have been denied them
for so many torturous years.
But the main hope of these survivors is focused icon
Jewry. They must lead the way. The survivors dc not expect
everyone in this country to endure personal sacrifice to come
to their aid. But they do feel that it is not too much to ask of
brothers in America to forego only one of their luxuries so that LEARNING NEW SKILLS. These members of a vocational training class somewhere fa pj
those in Europe mav receive a helping hand which will help em Europe are being helped on the road to Independence by the Joint Distribution tvJ
them rebuild their broken lives.
Last year with the aid of the United Jewish Appeal, which
provides the funds for the Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New
Americans, a miracle of survival was accomplished. Approxi-
mately 170,000 Jewish children, including 20,000 in 250 orphan-
ages, were cared for. Help was provided for the one out of
every six Jews who were on the move during 1946. Almost:
1,000,000 of the survivors were clothed, fed and cared for. In
Palestine, some 26.000 Jews were helped to resettle in the Jewish
homeland, while 15,000 found a new life in the United States.
em Europe axe being helped on the road to independence by the Joint Distribution ComI
tee's vast rehabilitation program carried on with the financial assistance of the United 3
Appeal's SI70.000,000 campaign for refugees overeeae needs and Palestine. Restoroti!|
the survivors to economic well-being is a basic factor in the J.D.C. reconstructive proo|
which includes retraining and vocational guidance, establishment of cooperatives and aal
facilities through small loans banks. This phase of the battle for Jewish reconstruction ami
every country of Europe, enabling the survivors to become productive again and atlafay
dignity of self-sufficiency. To provide this help on the tremendous scale necessary, klE
tinue the basic relief measures made more imperative now by the withdrawal of W0||i|
and furnish emigration aid and other vital assistance, J.D.C. will require a minimum ofjfflj
25C0OO this year.
17 Countries Invited To
Attend Hoess Trial
WARSAW (JT.v. Observers
CJA WOMEN'S
DIVISION HEARS
FAMED NOVELIST
(Continued from Page 1)
The cry from Europe this year is for reconstruction. No
people can long continue to roam the scene which has brought
disaster to their beloved ones. Many want to resume their
former trades and occupations but they lack the tools. Many
burn with fierce desire to get to lands of their choosing away from 17 countries, including Brit-
from the Continent. Others are fearful of the future now that Bin and the United States, have
UNRRA has been dissolved and intergovernmental relief ma- been invited to the trial of Ru-
chinery is breaking down dolf Hoess. former Nazi com- She accompanied him on his re-
Oswiecim extermina- |cent journey.
They need the tools for reconstruction. They need our help- I n P-lnnd, who is Today's "sacrifice" luncheon,
ing hands to rebuild life anew. Today their hopes flame high charged with sending Jews and secr,nd in a series, will be at-
in the expectancy of finding their dreams of justice fulfilled. 's chambers, it was an-| tended by some 250 women, ma-
Whether this flame will burn brighter or dwindle down in nr,unced here. The trial was sched- jors and captains of both the
bitterness and disappointment rests squarely with the Jews of v'!td to opn ,n War,aw on Miami Beach and Town units of
America. A sacrifice by American Jewry this year will brina }}. the division, who will be briefed
closer the goal of a future of freedom for the Jewish survivors k v ,','' statemt'nt Published ,n their missions during the 10-
, orw ,h, ,s; :iu..Tznfz^::^zsT^l,z"'^zt
^nP;T],b,h,y fr Jassin* ,over chairman of the Town unit while
2,000 000 people. Pnor to being Mrs Millon sirkin heads the Mi-
appointed commander of the Os-
wierim camp, Hoess was adjutant
jto Josef Kramer, the "Beast of
Belsen." who was executed for
his crimes last December.
'Merr.orial services for the Jews
I at Osviecim were held
Combined Jewish Appeal with success.
Combined Jewish Appeal Jerusalem Council Sends
Campaign Starts Sunday Protest Paper to Britain
(Continued from Page I) (Continued from Page I)
large-scale relief through and th. si,f,,.
the jj Stern Group, both urging
upbuilding in Palestine through ll*L* .^l",.h.fc.Ir ,rank.s. and
the United Palestine Appeal, and
incre .stance to newcom-
ip and the Haganah with "1 e-
in Prague this week. About 1.500
persons attended the observance.
. to America through the 5rL^F^J?!" ^ ^'r *" 'Z** by the Jew"
United Service for New Ameri- T ,3 iJ/ pities were ish Commumty council.)
3 a result of the Jewish Agency's
policy
ami Beach group.
Equally important as fai 5 the
of submission and ap-
c-nt." and added tl Australian Immigration
e nine bem I
Greater Miami, which I
alloc. in $130,000, Mi
Thi e the 1
de Hirsch Loan fund. $3,000 I
Bureau of Jewish Education, $17.-
930; the Greater Miami J,
: be willing to sub:, it 1 ,
authority f it s
hey.
ingtowideZeadcharg
- that the
admiteli ,:
bility for the
Below 1939 Agreement
RRA. Australia (JTA)
g<
e
an
dis-
sdmitting
ming number of
Majors In the Town group ara Mm-
damea Joarph J. Bennann. Francla
Itenleli, Ji.s.ph S. Carp, Norman
la.obK, Frank Kline. Nathaniel Levin.
Harry Cordon and Herbert Scher.
Captalna are Meadamea Max Bers-
iiHii. 8Idl 13 Covner, Ben Knaen. Her-
bert Qoldberf, Harry Koxakoff. Max
s>t-.l. Sam Mcyera, Sally Alexander,
Rom Hcrkln, Leah Miller, Minnie
[.Anger, Bttta Kiintrok. A. H. Beraon.
If. Buan. K. Hlnkea. E. Karrer. L*>ul
Margiilles, 'iertrude Mlchaela, M.
Reiner, I. Rodifrnrten, Ed. H. Safe*.
Henry Seltlln, Sidney Stapkln. A.
Ka*ov, S. Heck. Amw Benjamin, Jerry
loldman, Hyman C. Moaer. Fred Ocha,
Maurice Furman. Henry Kaufman.
Maurice Saeer. Paul Sobel. Harry
'"(, Norman Weinman. Simon
April. N.-rman Ttunter, N. Felka. 8.
Fund, S.I llovln. l>avid Hernaker.
lei Cohen, Anna 'iordon. Sidney
IWcourt, Sanfnrd Kramer and Ed-
ward Irvine.
Majora In the Beach group are
tfaadamea Joseph A. Herman, I.eo
'haikin. Aaron Farr. HenJ Q. Oold-
steln, Emanuel Ooldatrlrh. Frieda
Kalateln, Arthur Klein. O. C. T \ Llbow. Harry Platoff, Carl Kuaa-
kln.l. Ilarnev Weinkle and Ed Weln-
Kteln.
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER
Friday, March 14, 1947
ADAR 22, 5707
rwi quarter completed ment and all
who live outside the "" --P aced Jews
?;". not Permitted to enter, M 0 '', '
The few teachers who were ores- lodeed in tK em were
ent held sessions this week ,n the L r" then the^ ^^T^'
courtyards of the school., \t, a........*.n_m ,he.y "ached the
' y 8 M.i erman and K. Dorff.
11
Rumanian Court Will Try
Destroyers of Memorial
were spread for a smal! numWr oZ^^^I?* a"d ^d
""r^l^jSCtt P weVb?dd,,r ^. !^^ ^ws who perished in de-
was transferred
df
Zoltan, Rumanian anti-Semite
who organized the destruction
ast month of the memorial erect-
in the town of Bistritsa to
* <"* = es=r*syLr.sa: rst
day hunger strike
on Friday
martial.
to ciuj for court-
Britain Prepares Not*
To UN On PalestiiM
(Continued from PtJN
The Jewish Agency, whidl
gan meeting here this veekll
discuss a new policy in lifj
the radically changed
situation and the British (
to place Palestine 1
United Nations, is
awaiting some hint from 1
They hope that the U.S. I
stand by its advocacy ol 11
tion favorable to the Jews.
shall.
The British GoTirnmml
not yel replied to the 0A i
quest for concrete recomaal
dationt to the United NiWl
regarding action on Palatal
it was learned in official Ull
circles. The matter remiialj
the tame iraniirional Uaall
which it has been linetrsill
when Secretary Marshall skf
for clarification from Be* 1
is felt in official eirdaj
Washinflton that eoi**|
number of atudiei on PaWJI
hare been made in the ?
thai it may be unntownri"
make any more.
Zionifti Eyeing ParlT
After 50 years of amo'
established policy, r*~M
the 30-odd years since ttM"
ance of the Balfour DecW
the Zionists face a new'
and the prospect of a bitter
in surroundings which
new both geographicallyi
litically. The chief sir
of the agency m**'.
conference of the Zioo*'
Committee, which will fcW
lies in whether they "*
todraftanewpohcyW"*1
new situation.
Seizure of Jewish Fo
Seen As Czech M]
PRAGUE (JTA)-WJ
last week by the O*
government of a fsdj
restored to Emil **
Jew. following a stnBJ
er. st his Plant *ho*
with having "Ge"?y-
industry, is being toj*
Federation of J^hL|
Councils as a test c
learned here. -!&&]
Leaders of the Tf0
that the .^^>ri
wiH determine l"e d>
the new ConsUtuti^?
laws. They assert tt
whether the Is* #
of organized preur*
such pressure can X
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jAY. MARCH 14, 1947
J**!sLFhr*Ma/i
PAGE FIVE
:RAC Plenary Session
Convene March 15-17
delegates from six major na-
na! Jewish community rela-
ys organizations and more than
local community relations
hncils will attend the next
[nary Session of the National
Lnunity Relations Advisory
bncil on March 15-17 at the
ibassador hotel in Atlantic
lSi according to Isaiah M. Min-
K NCRAC Executive Director.
['plenary Sessions are the ulti-
|te policy-making authority in
i NCRAC.
Policy recommendations in the
(ds of employment discrimina-
nt religious instruction in the
Eiic schools, and the commun-
Irelations aspects of the dis-
Iced persons problem will be
before this Plenary Session,
Minkoff said. The session
aL-o devote a full day of
flings to a consideration of
Jic problems in the program-
Tg of Jewish community rela-
ps ir. the present period. One
'ting during the week-end will
|given over to an evaluation of
NCRAC and its work and
Igress. by Henry Epstein, its
lirman. The session will also
Ir a report on the outlook for
D-Semitism in the United
:es. At a business meeting it
elect officers and executive
jimittee, act upon resolutions,
transact other necessary
ness,
EVENTS FOR CHI SCHELZER
Providing the American Jewish
youth a unique opportunity to
acquaint themselves with an eye-
witness account of the rebirth of
the land of Israel, a schedule of
events has been arranged by
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission for the visit of Miss
Chava Schelzer from March 19
through March 22.
Miss Schelzer is a direct repre-
sentative of a children's settle-
Mr. S. A. Goodman, chairman
Gannes, chairman of the pro-
gram committee, have listed the
following schedule for Miss
Schelzer.
On Wednesday afternoon, she
will be guest speaker at the week-
ly Zionist luncheon at the Na-
tional hotel and in the evening
will meet with all Zionist youth
leaders to participate in a dis-
cussion sponsored by the local
commission concerning Zionist
K Joint meeting of Junior
Hadauah and Maiada has bean
called for Thursday. March 20,
8 p.m.. at the Beth Sholom
Temple, 4144 Chase are.. Miami
Beach, A Young Judea pro-
gram has been arranged by
Annette Merchin, chairman.
youth activities.
On Thursday evening. Miss
Schelzer will address a mass rally
of Greater Miami youth at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom at 8 p.m. All
Zionists organizations are ex-
pected to be represented.
Climax of her visit will come
at an Oneg Shabat Friday eve-
ning, March 21, at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Rabbi to Review Best
Seller for AJC Women
The Miami Beach Women's
division of the American Jewish
Congress will present the ninth
in a series of 14 book reviews
Tuesday, March 18, at 8:15 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Community
Center.
Rabbi Leon Kronish has chosen
"Peace of Mind" by Rabbi Joshua
Loth Liebman. a best seller, as
the subject for his review.
Mrs. Leonard Kimball, chair-
man, has announced that Rabbi
Kronish will be guest in place of
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein who is the
regular speaker for the series.
IGIVE until it feels good
llo the 1947 Combined Jewish
ppeal for SI.309.741, starting
}re Sunday, March 16, through
arch 26.
ment in Palestine. She came to
America last year and was en-
gaged by the Brandeis Camp in-
stitute for youth leadership train- |
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of the commission, and Mr. Abe I
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TODAY.
MARCH
Youth Groups To Dance
At Post-Purim Carnival
The Zionist Youth Groups of
Greater Miami will hold then-
annual "Post Purim Carnival
Dance" tomorrow evening in the
National Hotel auditorium at
7:30 p.m. Proceeds of the dance
will be used to rebuild the de-
stroyed Hechalutz training farm
which is located in Hightown,
N. J.
Co-chairmen on the committee |
for the affair are Miss Natalie
Sandra Frankel and Harvey Sut-
ton. Other committee heads listed
re: Miss Florence Samuels,
ticket; Miss Frankel. booth; Miss
Celia Dobrin and Mrs. Lesowater,
Shalach Mones, and Miss Shirley
Pardo, publicity.
Final preparations were dis-
cussed Monday night at the home
of Mrs. Schwartz, senior advisor.
Those who attended were Paula \
and Gertrude Lach. B'nai B'rith;
Rosalyn Drosd. Young People's
League; Celia Dobiin. AJC: Mir-
iam Feit, Habonium: Mrs. Miriam
Goldstein, B'nai B'rith; Toby
Cooper, Junior Hadassah; Harold
Shapero, Mafada. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Goodman. Mrs Schorr. Miss
E. Temple, Mrs. M. Escanzi and
Mrs. E. Lesowder.
Tickets may be purchased from
Miss Samuels, North Beach hotel.
i AMERICA VIA $170,000,000 UJA CAMPAIGN
WAITING FOR AIDFROM I
m
Cantor S. Salkow, formerly
of Hartford, Conn., will con-
duct the regular services Sat-
urday morning at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox congregation.
He will render a number of
original liturgical compositions.
Somewhere in Europe they wait lor aid from American Jewry through the United Jewish Ap-
peal drive ior SI70,000.000 in 1947. Until their future is finally decided, these Jews, like
the hundreds of thousands of other survivors, must receive additional lood. clothing, medical
and other supplies to sustain them and keep alive their hopes for a new Hie._________________
Nine vital community agen-
cies in Greater Miami are
among the 52 beneficiaries of
this year's Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Dr. Carl N H n of Temple
Beth Israel was one of the fea-
tured speakers at a recent meet-
ing eonci-.ning "Education and
Florida's Future."
Rabbi Manuel Green-
Gold Cups Given B'nai
B'rith Contest Winners
In ;. ssembly at Ponce de
Leon High school, Thursday,
March 20, at 2 p.m., officers of
B'nai B'rith Sholom lodge will
present a citizenship award
trophy to Danyl McCall and j
i George Strehlke, winners in their
1 recent city-wide high school de-
j bate contest.
The award w.l\ consist of a
52 different agencies will
benefit from your one gift to
the 1947 Greater Miami Com-
bined Jewish Appeal for $1.-
309.741Sun., March 16 through
March 26.
Rabbi Graver J
S"nary Cony*
Rabbi Murray fir. i
Miami Jewish 6rtSU*r,'J
Ration left Monday f* ^1
where he will naSdf0:^S
the ordination o iXe^J
?*bi Isaac ElS^f H
Seminary f Yeshi?. *oloW
P-t-pateintheee^^j
The date of the qv i
vocation will coicM^0*
50th anniversary^1;' *H
of the seminary 1,.I*S
place at 2
'"ary and
will t,l
y*- <= P.m. in the nJ?
Lamport auditorium 0f,U*
versity.

the ordination serving?
Tuesday and will >
major conferences, one fa?
?VhaL'0nondtheo,hTb'
Orthodox Synagogue."
Temple Israel Seder
Mr. Adolph Wertheimer.dJ
man, announced this week iA
the board of directors of Tea,
Israel have voted to conijn,
Seder service for members o!, I
congregation on April 4 & I
the auspices of the temple. M
services will be held to accomJ
date members who do not taH|
Sedarim in their homes.
Rabbi Colman A Zwitraamn
preside at the ritual vkaA
being arranged by Mr. and Hal
Wertheimer. Reservations n|
available to all Temple Isa||
members and their familia.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Auer-
bach. 420 Sunset rd., announce
the birth of a son. Leon, at Good
Samaritan hospital.
gular Sabbath eve 130-inch 8ld cup which will be
es of Temple Beth-El. 'inscribed with the school's name.
Individual gold cups, engraved
Purim services were held Fri-
day evening and Thursday morn-
ing at Temple Beth-El. 430 V.
st. Rabbi M. Green ad the
Megillah. Sunday night a purim
festival was held at Scher hall,
with Mrs. Lou Auerbach in
charge of the event. Nl
Schocoff assisted in the sale of
tickets.
Last Friday night the novel.
"Thieves In the Night," was re-
Miss Marilyn Lee was recently
id at a surprise kitchen
I the home of Miss Sarah
Auerbach, 420 Sunset rd.
M ay Si ttlow
will take place April 19 in Fall
>s.
Miss Lee is the daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs Harry A Lee. long-time
local '.',: Sam Auer-
: in enter-
taining. Guests included Miss
with the winners' names will be
presented to the two students.
Sholom lodge has been in-
d thai the contest winners,
who have boon further awarded
a trip to Washington during
>n, will interview
Attorney-General Tom Clark dur-
tay m the capitol.
B'nai B'rith representatives
who will make the presentation
s
41ST STREET FLOWER SHOP
423 41ST STREET Opp. Sheridan Theatre PHONE 5-7527
FLORAL FASHIONIST
In Complete Wedding Service
Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotel*
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WE DELIVER
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zer, Mrs. L. Shaffer, Mrs. Lou j or.owitz and Charles Jacobson.
Sehutzer, Mrs. Sam Auerbach,!
Mrs. Lou Auerbach. Mrs. Cy
Schupler, Mrs. Harry A. Lee. Ml -
Samuel Messia, Mrs. Al Ztidel
and Mrs, Max Auerbach.
ANVIL ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
Distinctive Iron Work Fashioned by William Shiff
Screen Door Grilles. Railings. Gates, Ornamental Columns, Eft
REASONABLE PRICES ESTIMATES FREE
3595 N. W. 32nd Street
PHONE 8-1921 SUNDAY AND EVENINGS, l|
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
MILKCREAM-ICE CREAM
LFA
WEST PALM BEACH
MIZELL-SIMON
MORTUARY
N. W. Mlzell, C. K. Simon, Lawrtnc* S. Fivlllt, Funonl Director*
413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beech. Fla.
SOUTHWEST
KOSHER MEAT MARKET. Inc.
Successors to
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
'BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring, the
Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro-
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AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too malL Over 50 yean In buainee*.
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1007 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Free Delivery Phone 4-39264-73??
Courteous Treatment Give Us a Trial and Be Convinced
Carrying a Full Line of the Finest
Kosher Meats and Poultry
SAM EISNER MAX SCHENKMAN
Proprietors
Under the Strict Supervision
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS
T, RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashru. is a Participating Agency ol *
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION


[fllDAY, MARCH 14, 1947
Jen I sti Fkridktn
PAUE SEVEN
HELENE HOTEL
1030 15th Street MIAMI BEACH
Under Supervision of EHRENRICH. formerly of Ferndale. N. Y.
Now Accepting Reservations for the
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS STRICTLY KOSHER
PHONE 5-5785
YOUR INCOME TAX
PREPARED CORRECTLY BY OUR TAX DEPARTMENT
OPEN EVENINGS
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
J. E. MARQUA, Realtor and Tax Consultant
F11J Biscayne Blvd. Phone 70563
MSB Collins Ave. Phone S-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.
ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00
20 Years of Till* Service in Dad* County
>
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TONIGHT
ST RACI
800 P.M.

NO MINORS
AlLOWiO
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
IXTRIMI IOUTH IND OP COUINl AVI.
MENDING HEART CITIZENS ELECT GREENBERG MAYOR
AUSCHWITZ SURVIVOR. Here at her loom is a former con-
centration camp slave who has achieved independence,
hanks to the assistance of the Joint Distribution committee's
Rehabilitation program, financed by the great $170,000,000
[campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. In the city of Rim-
ovska Sobota, Czechoslovakia, she and other survivors are
laming their living in a weavers' cooperative organized by
Ihe J.D.C. She now earns enough to support her mother, who
otherwise would be dependent on public assistance. J.D.C.'s
Iresponsibilities in Czechoslovakia have increased enormously
las the result of the influx of Polish Jews fleeing anti-Semitism.
lAid to transients continues to be a major J.D.C. activity in
11947, in addition to the expansion of reconstructive measures
for the permanent population of Czech Jews.
Mending Heart, Fla., population
51, will have a new mayor!
He is Hank Greenberg, base-
ball star.
After a heated campaign, dur-
ing which accusations of bubble
gum bribery and heated election-
eering were the main features,
the famous ballplayer defeated
his competition four to one. Run-
ning against his were Sophie
Tucker, popular night club singer,
and Mickey Rooney, Hollywood
actor.
The small community is made
up of patients of the National
Children's Cardiac Home, 4250 W.
Flagler st. All three of the can-
didates had campaign managers
among the children chosen at an
official convention held last Sat-
urday.
The new mayor will succeed
Comedian Milton Berle and will
be inaugurated very shortly, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Harry Saffer. president of the
Cardiac Home.
Voting by secret ballot, the
youthful citizens cast their votes
when the polls opened at 4 p.m.
Tuesday. The rules governing
election procedure were that vot-
ers must be between five and 14
years of ago; adults were not
permitted within 300 feet of the
poll and "buying votes" wasn't
fair. Sixteen absentee ballots
were cast by those who could
not leave their beds.
City commissioners were also
named. They were Harvey Til-
ker, 9; Evelyn Valentine, 12; Rich-
ard Ramsey O'Toole, 5; Dolores
Keusch, 11, and Edward Domifrio.
10. The commissioners then
promptly appointed Gerald Blank
as chief of police, Robert Fer-
rera as fire chief and Bunky
Alexander as sanitation chief.
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. of NEW JERSEY
E. C. THRALL, Agent
2901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Telephone 48-1706
Gulf stream Lists Eliqibles
A total of 22 handicap routers
have been named for next Satur-
day's $10,000 Broward County
Handicap at Gulfstream park,
final major prep for the March 22
renewal of the $25,000 Gulfstream
park handicap. The field of eli-
gibles includes practically all of
the important nominees to the
Gulfstream park 'cap, with the
exception of the Calumet Farm's
Armed.
Racing Secretary Emmet A.
Hileman will likely have trouble
top-weighting the stars of the
field, for included in the line-up
of talent are such as Augustus
and Nahm's Eternal Reward, win-
ner of Saturday's Biscayne Bay
Handicap; R. N. Ryan's Talon,
second in the recent Widener; the
Sunshine Stable's Let's Dance,
winner of the $50,000 San Pasqual
at Santa Anita; B. A. Murphy's
Concordian, now on the come-
back trail, and Jacob Sher's Frere
Gulfstream Park 'cap. with the
Jacques,
$900,000 of the $1,309,741
goal here in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal goes to the UJA for
refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine.
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
1420 Congress Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
GULFSTREAM PARK
it designed to pleas* the eye ai well at
the heorl of every true sportsman .
SATURDAY'S FEATURE
BROWARD COUNTY HANDICAP
$10,000 Added
For 3-Year-Olds and Upward
ONE MILE and a FURLONG
'gwmai admission ti is e cius tersace? 58
DAIIY DOUlie III ond 2nd RACES WINDOWS ClOSI I A3 <

BUS SERVICE DIRECT 10 GATES
NO MINORS ADMITTED
e e e e
EV MY OAT
(ICEPT SUNDttl
THROWN APRIL HIS
NORTH Of MIAMI ON PEDERAl HIGHWAY NO I AT HAlLANOAll
Investigate the Advantages
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LOW RATES: Reasonable interest charges on unpaid balances
EASY PAYMENTS: No more than present monthly rental.
LONG TERM PLAN: Pays off mortgage without strain on income.
PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention givenno red tape.
A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions.
Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home
RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00
l>AI>E FENIAL
FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President





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PAGE EIGHT
Aged Home President
Appoints Committees
Appointment of committees for
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami was made by
Judge Harold E. Spaet, president,
when the group met Tuesday at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Reports on the progress of the
organization revealed that plans
are completed for a special Pass-
over service to be held at the
Home, and that the second Tues-
day of each month is set as the
regular meeting date for com-
mittees.
The svnagogue at the new
home at 335 S. W. 12th ave., is
now holding daily services.
+Jel*tfkrM**rL
niEAJr. MARCH i
Play Review Scheduled
The Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Cenl II be the
of t;.. gular monthly i
ing of the Miami Beach auxiliary
the Aged
on Tuesday, March 18, at 1:30
p.m., Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
sident, announo
Mrs. Edward I.. Cowan will re-
in Yesterday," a CU
Broadway play.
These F!vinq Ants" work year-
round at destroying the
vooden una'erstructjres of
buildings. Call Orkin for
Te-mite Control.
5 YEAR BONDED GUARANTEE
frit Inspection* and frimat*i
Phone 3-4848
449 W. Flagler St.
Dr. Kreisler Opens
Beach Dental Office
Dr .Seymour Kreisler announces
the opening of his offices for the
general practice of dentistry in
the newly-constructed building at
1575 Washing-
ton ave., Mi..mi
Beach. Before
taking up resi-
dence here re-
cently he main-
tained offices in
Detroit. Mich.
Dr. Kreisler
followed h i s
parents and
brother in set-
tling in Mian,:
-, They have been here for
almo8t two years, and reside at
2017 North Meridian ave. His
er, Alfred, is a Miami at-
torney.
A graduate of the denial school
of the University of Detroit. Dr.
ler also attended Wayne uni-
v In Detroit lie v
and civic tions,
B ::ai B nth.
.... Jewish Service |
and j dubs- He
i ;, Master Mason.
Hnward Hanson Conducts
U.M. Symphony Concert
Guest conductor with the Unl-
0f m ami Symphonj
11 be Dr. Howard Han-
distinguished musician, at
the fifth subscription con>.:t t,.
be held at Miami Senior High
school Sunday afternoon at 4:30
: mday evening at 8:30.
Dr Modeste Alloo. musical di-
: of the symphony, an-
i the following program
th perl rmai
-
N :;
Howard 1
. wiui* r.;.. k
Charles D G Mel
Select from "1 n ,:' '
...
$900,000 of the $1,309,741
goal here in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal goet to the UJA for
refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine.
L
EO EISENSTEIN /Wto*
Will Gtvt Prompt Personal Attention to All Your
KErKM. ESTATE PROBLEMS
11 Yeare of Expnenc In Building Construction on Miami Beach
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
m curin
S MAJOR RATB
REDUCTIONS SINCE 1934
... AVERAGE RATES FOR
HOME ELECTRICITY NOW
LESS THAN HALF WHAT
THEY WERE THEN...
AUCTION
SALE
21 Waterfront Hotel and Apartment Sit*]
On Harbor Island
ON NORTH BAY (79th Street) CAUSEWAY
Sun. March 16, 194l|
2:00 11. in. IS a iii or Shine
THIS IS INDEED THE YACHTMAN'S PARADISE of the SOUTH
Water lurrounding these lots has been dredged to a depth of 24 feet and
these waters connect with the Intracoastal Waterways by a new channel 200
ieet wide.
THE YACHT HARBOR is of enormous size, being 458 feet wide and 1.400
ieet long. Harbor waters likewise have been dredged to a depth oi 24 feet.
Hotels and Apartments built on any oi these lots can provide facilities for the
docking oi the boats of their guests in well protected waters right at their1
very door.
ALL LOTS ARE BULKHEADED to a greater height than in any other sub-
division in Biscayne Bay. The Island has been filled with ROCK higher than
any waterfront property in Dade County.
WATER SYSTEM already completed, consists of 8-inch main down tach
street, with 6-inch feeder lines available to all lots. The price you pay for
your lots is your TOTAL COST, there being no assessments for bulkheading.
streets, or utility service to your lot.
A 51 -PAIR TELEPHONE CABLE WILL BE RUN UNDERGROUND TO EACH LOT
STREETS dedicated to a width of 80 feet are graded and will be pared
in the center to a width of 40 feet, leaving a parking strip 20 feet wide on
each side.
LOCATED JUST A FEW MINUTES FROM SHOPPING CENTERS of Miami
and Miami Beach, the Race Tracks and the Ocean Beaches, yet these lots
are in the center of Biscayne Bay on the North Bay (79th Street) Causeway.
PLANS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED for several large hotels and apartmenU,
on which work will start in the near future.
WARRANTY DEED, ABSTRACT and TITLE INSURANCE POLICY will be
given with each lot at no cost to the purchaser.
TERMS ARRANGED
BROKERS Your cooperation is solicited,
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 7-3578 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P-M-
THIS IS AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY to secure Ihe best hotel and apa*
ment waterfront sites in the Greater Miami area. COME OUT AND SELECT
YOUR LOTS BEFORE THE SALE then bid for them what they are w4
to you.
Sale Conducted on the Property for the Owner by
Newton C. Smith Land Auction I
500 N. E. 59TH STREET MIAMI' i
Phone 78-1333
Selling Agents Registered Real Estate Broker
WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE
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. .dATiCH 14, 1947
+Jewlsl>nr>rfrifr>n
PAGE NINE
Leaders of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
L, D. Singer Stanley C. Myere
T,al CbatrmM Campaign Chairman
Mont* Selig
Treasurer
Mru-.m,'1,.5. ,m" MCf.' MonU 8el'B Mri- Leon Kaplan Mn. Milton Sirkin Abraham Goodman David Phillip*
nomensuirt Women s Gift Women's Gift Women's Gift Initial Gift Winter Kesldeni

A. Cornblum Max Oroviti
Assignment Special Assignment
Irving Frankel
Hotel
Sam Laehman
Hotel
Leon Kaplan
Met. Town l'nit
Jack A. Abbott
Met. lieacli L'nit
Jerome Weinkle
Youth
Mrs. Louis Qlaster
Arrangement*
Mrs. Max Dobrln
Speakers
iNed Sail
Herbert Schar Maurice Q. Furman
Tiarl Jacob Sher
Aiiiu-fiTi.'iits
Morris Gold
Apartment Houses
Sam Luby
Automotive
Harold Cohen Joe Arkin Louis Wolfe Dr. Frank Cores
Beverages Building Trades Children's Wear Dental j

rvmg Gordon Dr. Morris Goodman Samuel Goldman Maurice Cromer Max Meisel
Department Stores Drugs Dry Goods, Notions Electrical
J. Gerald Lewis Harry Synes Archie Brick Samuel Lipton Dr. B. H. Sadowsky
finance Food and Rest. Fruit Shippers Furniture Health Services

|k Zwicker
?v-'ages
Sol Finn
Insurance
Samuel Traurlfl
Insurance
,,.,. obin Mrs Harry Boyell Mrs. BenJ. Sherry Louis Snetman Arthur S. Friedman E. Max Goldstein Meyer Schwsrta
Jewelry Volunteers Volunteers Laundries Lawyers Lawyers Metal & Wast*
-
tr Cordon
'I lor
Aaron Leban
Liquor
J. Hsrry Day
Men's Wear
....... ...... unhurt Lavin Or. Alex. Kushner Dr. Sol Selevan Or. S. Chas. Werblow Jack Teitler
%'JT.wS? MtfTostSS* Pfcr.lcl*ni Phyrtotons Phy.loUn. Printing
Libby Fishtr
Product
LS.
tstat."" A' Ooodman I. S. Shspoff
Iteal !:>!,,. itei Eatat*
_ .. i_k.. m. Nankin Jack Fiahman Mrs. Ann* B. Msysrs Paul Barnatt Norman Rothschild
Joseph Scheinbera MB^*M Rest. Equipment Social Work Statloneiy Vending- Machines
Hayner Bloom
Wuuuka'a Weaa-
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I

PAGE TEN
+Je*istfkrj*Q!n
ra^MABCH,
MIZRHCHI AND HI HUM SPLIT
Mizrachi Action
Necessitates Drive
NEW YORK. The Mizrachi
Organization of America an-
nounced its withdrawal from the
Vaad Hatzalah Relief committee
and the launching of an inde-
pendent one-half million dollar
emergency relief drive for Euro-
pean religious Jewry.
The move came about as a re-
sult of charges lodged at a World
Mizrachi Rescue conference that
the Vaad Hatzalah discriminated
against European Mizrachi mem-
i relief sup]
the major
concerned
rehabilitation
Vaad Hatzala Denies
Mizrachists Charges
The Vaad Hatzala,
Jewish organization
with religious
among orthodox Jewry overseas
i emphatically that since its
inception m 1939. all instructions
transmitted to its European rep-
ntatives stress the importance
of distributing Vaad Hatzala funds
f ,r the r ligioua welfare of Jews
impartially and without r<
ns The
Hatzala knows noth bout thi
install es oi nation speci-
The Rescue conference held in
Basle, Switzerland, at the close of it5; attention a
the recent World Zionist Con- Union of Orthod tF ''bis of U.S.
heard 50 Mizrachi repre- L^ Canada, the highest orthodox
yentatives representing more than i auI),or.tv in this country, invited
12.000 Mizrachi and Hapoel the Vaad Hatzala exi itive com-
Hamizrachi members, file com- n,lttee anj : ;.; hi to dis-
plaints that religious Jewish DP's Lusa their differences before them,
were evidently being starved out Bdth groups attended the meet-
in an effort to force them into jng anfj agreed to continue their
the ranks of the Agudas Israel
movement.
A Central Mizrachi relief bu-
reau was this month established
in Paris by Rabbi Max Kirsh-
blum. national executive vice
president of American Mizrachi.
to insure equitable distribution of
material assistance to all religious
Jews, regardless of their party
affiliation.
$100,000 for Passover Needs
The first $100,000 of the relief
fund which is expected to be
.1 during this month, will be
used to purchase urgently needed
Passover supplies. The remain-
ing funds will purchase clothing,
shoes, religious equipment and I
book- nerally will lie used
discussion with a view to har-
mony. The Mizrachi agreed to
make no public statement which
might disrupt the vital work of
I rescue. The Vaad Hatzala is
astounded at this breach of faith
Mizrachi members are well rep-
resented in all Vaad Hatzala ac-
tivities and posts both here and
abroad. The Vaad Hatzala is con-
tinuing to give aid to religious
groups abroad irrespective of
Aguda or Mizrachi affiliation. In
fact, the Vaad Hatzala has just
issued a report to UNRRA indi-
cating the establishment of over
48 religious schools and kosher
kitchens in the DP camps. Aguda,
Mizrachi and non-affiliated Jew-
ish groups are impartially repre-
devastated relig-1 sented in this aid. This informa-
tion can be verified by M
with L'NRRA directors abroad.
It is part of the official report.
Vaad Hatzala calls upon Miz-
rachi to forget party politics and
continue its discussions with them
with a view to harmony and to
increasing aid to our needy breth-
ren abroad.
unitii
V I ev-
j .. ... ted for r< lief will
; Bent .. :tly to our central
i au in Paris which will dis-
tribute the monies fairly, equit-
;.m<>ng all of religious Jewry
throughout Europe.'' the national
executive committee stated.
Purim Party Formally
Dedicates Hillel Patio
Jewish students at the Univer-
: Miami formally dedicated
* new patio adjoining Hillel
Passover Supply Ships
Ice-Bound in Scandinavia
WARSAW (JTA)Two ships
carrying Passover supplies from
the United States to Poland have
been ice-locked in the ports of
nouse at a'punm Party on Thurs- Co.P,e"h.a|;en,.!m?._StoCkholn\ ac"
day, March 6.
Guest of honor at this dance
and party was Joe Littman, exec-
utive field director of Intercol-
legiate Zionist Federation of
America. Mr. Littman is now
adding the local school to the list
of 85 campuses which have chap-
ters of IZFA.
Hamatashen were served to all
persons present through the do-
nation of Mr. and Mrs. S. Weissel.
Rabbi Albert Michaels is di-
rector of the local foundation.
Hungarian Educator
Authorizes Jewish Texts
cording to reports received here
The J.D.C. office here, to whom
the matzos and other food were
consigned by its headquarters in
New York, is negotiating with
Danish and Swedish firms to un-
load the shipments and send them
to Warsaw by rail. The J.D.C.
has agreed to pay the $10,000 that
such transshipment would cost.
About 300.000 pounds are in
Stockholm and half as much in
Copenhagen.
Meanwhile, Jewish leaders are
arranging for the registration of
all persons who wish to receive
matzos. It is hoped that the reg-
istration list will include ,
rately the number of Jews ft
the country.
BUDAPEST (JTA)The Min-
istry of Education has authorized
the use of a recently published
history of the Jews as a textbook
in Hungarian schools, it was an-
nounced here. The book, entitled
"A History of the Jews from the
Babylonian Captivity to the Pres-
ent," was published by the Buda-
pest Jewish community.
The Jewish publication, Uj
Elet, has protested the continued
use of textbooks at Hungarian
universities which contain anti-
Semitic and fascist propaganda.
It asserts that some of the texts
attack the Jews for their "anti-
nationalistic attitude."
A joint conference of represen-
tatives of the Jewish Teachers
association and the educational
department of the Society of Hun-
garian Jews was held here this
week to discuss problems of Jew-
ish youth and Jewish schools.
The conference announced an
WAREHOUSE
CLEARANCE SALlI
20% to 60% off
NOW IN PROGRESS j
AT OUR No. 2 WAREHOUSE ONLYCORNER N. MIAMI AVE. & Hth<
56 Bedroom Suites and Odd Pieces
Regular (Each) Sal*
9 Night Tables S16.75-S22.50$13.50-$14.50
16 Chesti ................. 40.75- 69.00 32.50- 49.50
46 Beds .....- 24.50- 59.00 19.50- 29.50
3 Boudoir Chairs... 44.50- 54.50 36.50- 39.50
2 SUpper Chairs .. 29.50- 59.00 14.50- 24.50
63 Vanity Benches. 7.50- 15.50 5.00- 9.50
Regular Sale
4 3-Pc. Solid Maple Suites.....S219.00 $169.00
8 3-Pc. Bleached Oak Suites
29 6-Pc. Bleached Oak Suites ... 388.00
12 S-Pc. Solid Maple Suites......
1 6-Pc. Ivory Enamel Suite ..._
2 6-Pc. Mahogany Suites ......
1 Oak Vanity and Bench
8 Solid Maple Chest-on-Chests
7 Vanities with Mirror.............
1 Lore Seat, in floral print ...
Provincial Headboards, plai. Pr.
Hollywood Beds. 2 cushions ...
Box Springs and Innerspring
Mattress. Set....................._ 79.00 59.50
Upholstered Living Room Pieces
259.00 206.00
388.00 313.00
319.00 239.00
500.00 295.00
357.00 298.00
119.00 89.00
79.50 59.50
61.75 49.50
69.00 44.50
100.00 59.00
99.00 79.00
21 2-Pc. Suites
10 Love Seats
39 Wing Chairs
5 Fan-back
Chairs .......
8 Host Chairs
6 3-Sectional
Sofas
13 Period Sofas
Regular (Each) Sale
$ 69.50-S298.00$ 49.SO-S239.00
. 129.00- 375.00 79.50- 289.00
. 44.50- 129.00 34.50- 79.50
79.50- 149.50
69.50- 189.00
54.50-
54.50-
59.50
79.50
259.00- 436.00 169.00- 329.00
109.00- 259.00 69.00- 189.00
,, Regular Sal*
12 Pull-up Chairs, fine covers S 59.50 $39.50
6 Pull-up Chairs, fine covers ._ 54.50
12 Pull-up Chairs, fine covers... 34.50
12 Bleached Pull-up Chairs .._ 49.50
16 Pillow-back Lounge Chairs.... 109.00
6 Platform Rockers ...................._ 54.50
48 Ladderback Chairs.................... 29.50
1 Lounge Chair ............................ 104.00
39.50
24.50
29.50
79.50
39.50
18.50
69.50
Lock of space prevents us fronu
ing more than a fraction of fa J
perb bargains in fine quality h
furnishings in this sale! HundrJ
of desirable items... all gooickj
stock .. many BELOW COST!
Card Tables and Chain
Regular (Etch) Salt .
SO Fold. Card Tables S12.S0-$19.50-$7J5.|a|
Rrjulii Sal
70 Metal Table k Chair Sets.......$1940 iui|
46 Metal Table k Chair Sets ... 45.50 l
S Mahogany Table k Chair Sets 44.50 8J|
Desks
Rrjulu Sal
16 Maple Kneehole Desks $ 79.50 Wjl
11 Mahogany Kneehole Desks 89.50 ul
4 Spinets, Bleached Mahogany 99.50 Till
10 Mahogany Kneehole Desks 119.00 all
5 Got. Winthrop Secretaries .... 129.50 Bl|
5 Palmtone Desks..................... 55.50 l|
Patio and Cabana Pieces
Regular (Etch) Silt
9 Chaises ..............$49.50 S 89.00-S34JO-W,
10 Settees .............. 59.50- 119.00-29.50-!
143 Reclin'g Chairs 6.95- 39.50- 4.95-11!
8 Lawn Chairs 6.95- 16.50- US-1
2 Barbecue Grills 89.50- 95.00- 49.50-!
7 Chaises Longue 79.50- 94.50- 59.50- 7(1
3 Tea Carts....................... 79.50- 54.50- SUl
Rtgulu Sal
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Rumanian Jews to Force
Fulfillment of Pledges
BUCHAREST (JTA)The Ru-
manian Jewish party, ltd by
Mishu Benvenisti. and the Union
of Rumanian Jews, headed by Dr.
William Filderman, have an-
nounced that they will launch a
joint campaign to force the
ernment to fulfill its election I
promises to the Jews.
The first move in the campaign
will be for the Jewish parties to
make representations to the par-
ties composing the Democratic
bloc which supported the govern-
ment during the elections. The
decision was reached at a joint
meeting of representatives of the
two Jewish groups, following a
statement by Benevenisti charg-
ing that the government had
failed to revise the citizenship
laws as they affected the Jews
and had delayed action
trial of the persons
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9 Mahogany Cocktail Tables .. 17.75 14.75
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+Jew I*ii fhrH^r
immigration Ship Crew
leld Pending Inquiry
JERUSALEM (JTA).Twenty
Lew members of the immigrant
hip Bon Hecht and three jour-
jalisU who travelled aboard the
*c.stl from Europe were ar-
raigned this week on charges of
tiding and abetting illegal immi-
fjtion mto Palestine. All but a
fter.ch newspaperman and two
Norwegian engineers are Amer-
ican citizens.
Fearing an attempt by the
|rgun Zvai Leumi to free the 23
I i, a magistrate went to
Jaifa Central prison and held
,urt there. He ordered the de-
fendants held for twq weeks until
In official inquiry is completed.
The newspapermen are Wallace
Litwin, a photographer represent-
jig the North American News-
taper Alliance; Albert Hirsch-
koff, a free-lance correspondent,
Lr.d Jacques Meir of the Paris
presse. Another non-DP among
Jie passengers was Henrietta
Joldenberg, a French girl whose
fcance is in Tel Aviv.
(The Hebrew Committee of
(ational Liberation, which spon-
ored the Ben Hecht's voyage,
Lnnounced in New York that it
las engaged a Haifa attorney to
Represent the crew and to protect
he interests of the owners of the
tessel, which has been un-
bounded. At a press conference,
he committee explained that the
^passports" carried by the 599
la.-sengers are granted only after
t\ applicant signs "a declara-
pon of allegiance to the Hebrew
." and all applicants are
tly screened.)
I Bon Hecht passengers ar-
livt-d this week at Famagusta,
Cyprus and were taken to winter
amps. Observers here pointed
|ut that with the arrival of the
refugees, the number con-
|ned in Cyprus will exceed by
eveial hundred the 10,000 statu-
ary limitation provided for in
he law allowing the immigrants
i be sent there. The decree was
rafted by the Cypriot authori-
ses last August at the request of
lie Palestine Government.
led Cross Leaders '*
teport Drive Progress
At a meeting at the McAllister
lotel, Wednesday, March 12, 22
fed Cross division leaders re-
o; i a total of $74,263. This
Iguie lepresents 24.3 per cent of
bade IViunty's $301,000 quota for
B4?
IH. H. Hyman, campaign chair-
pan, uvealed that Major-General
I M. Gavin, who addressed
Be first meeting, is planning to
iturn to Miami to attend Dade
Jounty Chapter's Victory Din-
He said that he wanted to
teser.t a 110 per cent report to
he general at the dinner.
| Also addressing the group was
fSgt. Thomas B. Randolph of the
cal U.S. Army Recruiting Serv-
who told how Red Cross aid
Hot only saved my life but saved
sanity." Sgt. Randolph had
en a German prisoner for 21
onths.
iDnisions leading in the cam-
Mn are Advanced Gifti under
^airmanship of Sam R. Becker
Tio reported 69 per cent of his
5.000 quota reached ($17,228);
liami Beach City Employees
Yer R W. Johnson who re-
nted $556 or 56 per cent of his
1.000 quota, and Daniel J. Ma-
fcney'a Tracks & Jai-Alai divi-
0,1 which reported obtaining
|2.ttU0 or 40 per cent of the $30,-
quota.
^wish Settlers Move
Mo INF Improved Area
"t the many problems
pea by the imposition of
rtiaJ law, two new Jewish set-
BMnta were established in the
aeri area this week.
lIhe. settlers, much of their
^sehold goods and parts of pr-
Pncated houses, were assem-
P1 at Tel HaC jumping off
m for "Operation Building."
E, settlemenU were established
i land bought by the JJU. dur-
th
Period before the issuance
/h* White Paper and which
De*n improved since.
WISE CULLS FOR
ALL-OUT EFFORT
The broad participation of all
elements of the Jewish community
in the 1947 Combined Jewish
Appeal was indicated Wednesday
following a fiery address by
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise at Miami
Beach campaign headquarters.
Dr. Wise spoke before 350
workers in the Town and Beach
Metropolitan units. His speech
served as the final "pep talk"
prior to the launching of the
$1,309,741 campaign here on Sun-
day. He called on every member
of the community to contribute
generously, directing his remarks
to the workersr present who will
conduct the actual mass solicita-
tion.
This week has seen action on
all campaign fronts as the vari-
ous divisions gird themselves for
the job that lies ahead, beginning
March 16 and for ten days there-
after.
Trades division chairmen and
workers began their final pre-
campaign drive last Friday, with
a meeting at the McAllister hotel
and a talk by Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the appeal.
Dentists and physicians met
jointly on Sunday at the Raleigh.
Presiding were Dr. S. Charles
Werblow, Dr. Al Kushner and Dr.
Sol Selevan of the physicians
division; Dr. Frank Coret and
Dr. Irving Gordon of the dentists.
Stuart Gordon and Aaron Le-
ban were hosts at a meeting of
the liquor division Tuesday night
when pre-campaign reports were
submitted.
Herbert Scher and Ned Sail, co-
chairmen of the trades division,
called their group together again
Wednesday for another report.
Their combined goal of $650,000
is by far the largest in the local
drive.
The women's wear division met
yesterday noon at the Downtown
club, under Hayner Bloom.
Solons Submit Bill To
Admit DP Children to U.S.
WASHINGTON (JTA).Sena-
tor Irving M. Ives and Represen-
tative Jacob K. Javits, Republi-
cans, of New York, introduced
identical bills in the Senate and
House this week to permit dis-
placed children under 14 years of
age, orphaned by World War II,
to enter the United States as non-
quota immigrants.
The bill provides that the chil-
dren apply for visas before July
1, 1949, and that American citi-
zens sponsoring the orphan immi-
grants shall be required to adopt
them.
Explaining the bill, Ives said
that it provides for admission of
displaced orphans outside the
quota "if they are to be adopted,
reared and educated by citizens
of the United States sponsoring
their admission." He pointed out
the comparatively small number
involved, only 500 orphans seek-
ing to immigrate here from the
American zone in Germany. The
total number of orphaned chil-
dren in the category of potential
immigrants is 6,200.
Scotland Yard Uncovers
Secret Anti-Jewish Gang
LONDON (JTA). The exist-
ence of a well-organized gang of
young storm troopers whose ob-
ject is to terrorize the Jewish
population of London and who
operate under the leadership of a
former associate of Sir Oswald
Mosely has been uncovered by-
Scotland Lard, the Sunday Ex-
press reports.
According to the Express, a
special squad of detectives oper-
ating under Scotland Yard's di-
rections has been investigating
the activities of semi-secret anti-
Jewish organizations following
recent attacks on synagogues and
the proclamation of a "war on
Jews" by a former associate of
Sir Oswald Mosley, Victor Bur-
gess. Burgess was recently re-
leased from prison where he was
interned during the war years.
PAGE ELEVEN
ORT Training Courses
Get French Recognition
PARIS (JTA)-The French la-
bor ministry has agreed to recog-
nize certificates awarded by the
ORT to displaced Jews at the
comptol -'orated ap n-
tice training courses, the organi-
zation announced. The govern-
ment will also advance 6.000
francs each month to the trainees
during their three or six month
apprenticeships, after which they
will find work in French in-
dustry.
DR. IUDAH L. MAGNES
ILL WITH PNEUMONIA
JERUSALEM (JTA)Dr. Ju-
dah L. Magnes, president of the
Hebrew university of Jerusalem,
entered an Hadassah hospital this
week suffering from bronchial
pneumonia. His condition was
later reported "improved."
Maxwell Cohen, past national
commander of JWV, will ad-
dress the Miami Zionist district
and membership of the Brown
post of Jewish War Veterans
Monday evening at Beth David
synagogue.
HOLLYWOOD CENTER
PRESENTS PUBLISHER
Rabbi Kaufman will conduct
the services at 8:15 this evening
and will speak on the Biblical
portion of this week which ter-
minates the reading of the Book
of Exodus. The guest speaker is
Dr. Alexander Brin, publisher
and editor of the Boston Jewish
Advocate, who will speak on
"How to Meet the Challenge of
the Atomic Age." Host and hos-
tess of the Oneg Shabbat to fol-
low will be Mr. and Mis. Martin
WohL Saturday morning serv-
ice at 10:00. Mr. and Mrs. David
Feldman will be hosts. Monday
at 8:15, a meeting of the men's
organization will be held to nomi-
nate and elect officers. Tuesday,
8:15 p.m., there will be a meeting
of the P.-T.A. Wednesday, 8:15
p.m., Dr. David Bremer will speak
on "Facts in Judaism."
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PAGE TWELVE
>JmM ritlDAY. MARCH
U.
Behind the Scenes-
As CJA Swings
Into High Gear
SOPHIE TUCKER, grand old queen of the stage, presents a
check lor SI,000 to Jack Ablin. above. Shown below are
Max Orovitz, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, with Madame Paulette Oppert and Joe Arkin, chair-
man oi the building trades division.
Right. Archie
Brick, chairman,
and Jack Kur-
shan. standing,
with Leon Mich-
aelson. Jack D.
Kobin and Emil
Z. Cohen, mem-
bers of the fruit
shippers d 1 v i-
ion, at a recent
meeting.


MAJORS OF THE Miami unit of the women'i gilt
division, below, go over reports at an afternoon tea
Left, to right, Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan, chairman; Etta
A. Carp, Hannah Scher. Belle Bermann. Sylvia K.
Levin, Ann Jacobs and Minnie Klein.

Above, Wm. D. Singer, general chairman of the campaign; Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise, founder of the Free Synagogue of America, and Jack A. Abbott, to*
gether at a special meeting oi Normandy Isle residents last Sunday.
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN, chairman of the United Pales-
tine Appeal, co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal for
1947, congratulates Herman Rubin, chairman of the
Jewelry division of the Greater Miami campaign, for his
fine fund-raising efforts.

I
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, members of HUM meet to discuw tb*
Part in the campaign, above. Jerry Weinkle. far right, standing, 1 j*
man of the youth division. Leaders of the group at the University. B"
him, are Jean Fleischman and Warren Sapovitz. Below, majors and cap-
tains of the metropolitan unit at a mass meeting In Miami Beach.

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LpAY, MARCH 14, 1947
*hHiiHlrridiaun
IfiL PULPITS TO
CJA APPEAL
Tonight and tomorrow morning
Ihave been designated as Federa-
Ition Sabbath in the synagogues
land temples of Greater Miami in
Icommemoration of the 1947
ICombined Jewish Appeal, which
|begins Sunday.
This dedication to the $1,309,741
drive has been sponsored by the
Icreater Miami Rabbinical as-
sociation. In a statement to the
Jewish community, Dr. Jacob
iKaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Israel and president of the associ-
ation, declared:
"Ths voice of our blood
brothers cries out to Ui from
across the seas. We cannot,
we dare not remain silent when
their lives, their hopesand
our futuredepends on our
response."
Pleas will be made from pulpits
Jlhis evening and tomorrow morn-
ing by rabbis and lay leaders
alike, in order to focus the atten-
tion of the Jewish community on
Ihe emergency needs of the life-
having campaign.
Speakers this evening will be
Vm. D. Singer, general chairman
bf the appeal, at Temple Israel,
tndMax Orovitz, president of the
greater Miami Jewish Federa-
|ion, at Temple Beth Sholom.
Tomorrow morning, A. M. Bear,
president, will speak to members
bf the Miami Orthodox Congre-
gation: Stanley C. Myers, chair-
pan of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, at the Miami Beach Jewish
tenter, and Rabbi Leo Geiger,
former Army chaplain, at the
Beth Jacob Congregation.
Argentine Police Ban
Zionist Meetings
BUENOS AIRES (JTA).-Zion-
tst meetings have been banned in
Argentina following a meeting
here March 2 at which Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin's propos-
als for a solution of the Palestine
problem were attacked by one of
the speakers. The mass meeting
was organized by the DAIA, cen-
tral representative body of Ar-
gentine Jews, and the Zionist
Central Council, which is one of
the organizations affiliated to the
DAIA.
Shortly before the meeting was
held, police officials informed the
Jews that speeches "endangering"
relations between Argentina and
Great Britain were prohibited.
They also ordered that all
speeches would be made only in
Spanish. Police officials at-
tended the meeting and took ex-
ception to an address by Dr.
Abraham Mibashan, a Zionist
leader. The Zionist Council has
asked the DAIA to protest the
ban.
PAGE THIRTEEN
WOMEN AT WORK
For the first time in the history of campaigning
here. Jewish women of the community have organ-
ized their own division to help raise funds in tr,
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal. Led by Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, they are making an important
contribution to the success of this year's drive.
Polish Jews Protest
Palestine Martial Law
WARSAW (JTA) Thousands
bf Jews attended mass meetings
ki Sunday in Warsaw, Lodz and
latowice in protest against the
inposition of martial law upon
parly half the Jews in Palestine.
The Central Jewish committee,
It a meeting celebrating the sec-
Bid anniversary of its establish-
ment, sent greetings to the Pales-
ne Jewish community and de-
eded to organize demonstrations.
widespread indignation was ex-
pressed in Jewish circles here
Ihen the news of Martial law in
falestine was received.
Zionists Ask U.S. Protest
Palestine Martial Law
NEW YORK (JTA). Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of
the American Zionist Emer-
gency Council, charged this
week in a telegram to Under-
secretary of State Dean Ache-
son that British martial law in
Palestine "is part of a carefully
conceived plan calculated to
bring about the economic stran-
gulation of Palestine Jewry."
Speaking for the entire Zion-
ist movement in the United
Stales, which is represented in
the Council, Dr. Silver ex-
pressed the earnest hope that
ihe United States Government
"will register its protest with
Great Britain against this pol-
icy on legal and humanitarian
grounds, and will insist that
this assault on the well-being
of a whole people cease forth-
with.
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British Seize American
Mizrachi Headguarters
An urgent appeal to the
American consulate in Pales-
tine, to intervene "on behalf of
the American religious-national
Mizrachi movement whose Je-
rusalem headquarters. Bet Meir,
was requisitioned by the Brit-
ish Government in the Holy
Land" was cabled by the Miz-
rachi Organisation of America,
following a meeting of its
executive here.
POLICE HUNT ACCUSED
JEWISH SMUGGLING RING
CAIRO (JTA)Egyptian police
are reported to be hunting for a
huge smuggling ring engaged in
organizing illegal immigration
into Palestine. According to the
police, many Egyptian Jews have
succeeded in reaching Palestine
by desert and sea routes.
The police have established a
special bureau to collect informa-
tion on clandestine immigration
and to check on all Jews sus-
pected of having Zionist' sym-
pathies. Jewish community cir-
cles, however, deny any connec-
tion with immigration to Pales-
tine.
TOP: Majors in the Miami Beach division, standing, Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich, Mrs. O. C. Lelchulc, Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
man and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Seated, Mrs. Ed Weinstein, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, chairman; Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Al Libow
and Mrs. Frieda Kalstein.
CENTER: Mrs. Myers speaks to captains of the Miami
Beach group. Standing, Mrs. Ben Serrant, Mrs. Abraham
Greenberg, Mrs. Emma Friend, Mrs. Harold Solomon, Mrs.
Jack Falk, Mrs. Benjamin Mandell, Mrs. Sam Gold, Mrs. Sam
Oka and Mrs. Benjamin Kohn. Seated, Mrs. Al Berman, Mrs.
Seymour Satin, Mrs. Paul Weitzman, Mrs. Lee Gainsboro,
Mrs. Maury Morris and Mrs. Wm. Feuer.
50TTOM: Captains of the Miami division, seated. Mrs.
Belle Siegel, Mrs. Lillian Sobel, Mrs. Hazel Essen, Mrs. Judy
Benjamin, Mrs. Mathilda Moser. Standing, Mrs. Ethel Ser-
naker, Mrs. Miriam Sager, Mrs. Essie Bergman, Mrs. Sylvia
Lefcourt, Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan, chairman; Mrs. Ray Gold-
berg, Mrs. Gertrude Covner, Mrs. Mary Cohen, Mrs. Sylvia
Fund and Mrs. Ella Kozakoff.
Polish Parliament Adopts
Plan to Combat Racism
WARSAW (JTA)A declara-
tion of human rights, guarantee-
ing equality to all inhabitants of
Poland without distinction as to
race, religion and ancestry was
adopted unanimously by the Par-
liament. The declaration pro-
vides for freedom of religion and
of public meetings.
The government named Prof.
Olgierd Gorka Polish consul gen-
eral in Palestine. Professor Gorka.
a well known Polish historian,
has been director of the depart-
ment for Jewish affairs at the
foreign ministry. He is one of
the founders of the League tc
Combat Racism in Poland.
Austin-Mahoney Bill
Withdrawn By Sponsors
ALBANY (JTA).The Austin-
Mahoney Bill, which banned dis-
crimination by institutions of
higher education in New York
State, died in committee this
week, following its wtihdrawal
by Assemblyman Bernard Austin,
one of the measure's sponsors.
Earlier, Senator Walter J. Ma-
honey had stated that he favored
no action this year. Austin said
he hoped that the divergent views
on the bill would be reconciled by
the 1948 session of the Legisla-
ture.
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the executive committee of the
American Jewish Congress,
which sponsored the bill, called
on Gov. Dewey and all members
of the Legislature to hold public
hearings on the measure before
the Legislature adjourns. He cited
a survey showing that 19 of 23
non-sectarian colleges and uni-
versities in New York State asked
questions concerning the race, re-
ligion or nations' origin of appli-
cants.
HUNGARIAN DECREE
ESTABLISHES JEWISH
REHABILITATION FUND
BUDAPEST (JTA)The Hun-
garian government this week
promulgated the decree setting up
a Jewish Rehabilitation fund with
the proceeds of property belong-
ing to Jews who died heirless.
Within 15 days the orthodox and
liberal Jewish communities must
submit to the government their
recommendations for president
and vice president of the fund.
Within a week after such nomi-
nations are received an adminis-
trative board, including Protest-
ant and Roman Catholic mem-
bers, will be named.
A public forum on Zionism to
acquaint the general public with
the aims and purposes of the
movement was held here, since
the local press devotes very little
space to Zionist activities and the
Allied Control commission has
still not granted permission for
publication of a Zionist paper.
Speakers included leading Zion-
ist and non-Zionist spokesmen,
including Communists and So-
cialists and leaders of the It ft
wing Jewish groups.
FALESTINE JEWS SEND 4 TO
PAN-ASIATIC CONFERENCE
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Jews
of Palestine will be represented
by four delegates at the Pan-
Asiatic Congress in New Delhi,
India, it was decided jointly by
Agency and the Jewish National
the executive of the Jewish
council. The four are Prof. Hugo
| Bergman. Dr. Emanuel Olsch-
i wanger, Itzhak Shimoni and Mrs.
' S. M. Berachcyahu.
Congress Removes Ban
On Deportation Bill
WASHINGTON (JTA).Attor-
ney General Tom Clark has been
advised by the House Judiciary
Committee, which handles immi-
gration bills, that he no longer
need stay deportation proceedings f
on cases involving persons for
whom private bills have been in-
troduced in the House. It has
been a courtesy practiced by the
Justice Department for many
years to refrain from deporting
persons for whom bills have been
introduced, pending Congres- j
sional action on those bills.
On Feb. 27, upon recommenda-,
tion of the sub-committee on im-
migration, the Judiciary Commit-
tee approved a resolution to ad-
vise the Attorney General that
he is no longer bound by the
courtesy. Almost 400 private im-
migration bills have been intro-
duced in the House this session
by some 110 members. Opponents
of the measure question whether |
all the members of the House can '
be bound by a resolution passed
by one of its committees.
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FRIDAY, MARCH
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Dr. Silver Denies Charge Against U.S. Jews
The Cleveland Press, Mar. 4, 1947 +
Assertions that militant U. S.
Jews were behind the back-to-J
Palestine movement were denied
recently by Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver, head of the Euclid Avenue
Temple and world leader of Zion-
ism
Rabbi Silver issued a statement,
addressed to the editor of The
Press, in which he replied to an
article by Wallace R. Dcuel in
The Press Saturday.
"Deuel is clearly in error if he
Relieves that the outstanding
'militant' leaders are American
." Rabbi Silver said. 'The
outstanding 'militant' leaders are
today in Palestine."
Rabbi Silver's statement also
denied several other charges con-
tained in Deuel's article. Be-
cause Tabbi Silver was mentioned
by name, and because of the in-
tense interest in the entire ques-
tion, his statement is printed
herewith in full:
I read with interest the article
from the pen of Wallace R. Deuel
which appeared in your paper on
Saturday headlined 'Militant U.
S. Jews Behind Back-to-Pales-
tine Movement." The writer
states that there is a basic cleav-
age among Zionists between mod-
erates and militants, and that the
outstanding militant leaders are
now American Jews, and chief
among them is Rabbi Silver, and
JDG DIRECTOR
IN AMERICA. This refugee family U Riling out application, for "first paper.
iTenables this country to set a humanitarian example for other countrie. ta> ** *
to provide haven for thousands of other victims of oppreMton Thi. U the^< ">"
hind the urgently needed United Service program of direct aid. for which $8,063,900 i> n-
quired this year.______________________________________________________
and unjustified policy which
thai furthermore I and other mili-, keeps the doors 0f Palestine closed
tant leaders have "mapped out
and turns thousands of men and
_:v to use Zionr-t Jewish In-
fluence in the United States to I women who have been through
e the American government the hells of Europe away from
| i ake the British government tne shores of the country which
>. n ". Palestine to the Je
: irthermore states that
has been proclaimed as the Jew-
ish National Home. Let the doors
I disagreement among of paiestjne be opened and the
Zionists on the goal which they so.raned terror to which des-
seek to achievethe perate peopie have been driven
will disappear.
i Jewish state in Palestine. That
is correct. The differences, in his
judgment, is in the matter of
methods The moderates believe
that the Zionist movemenl "should
it slow and easy" and the
militants say that "even if there
e all the time in the
peaceable and legal meth-
ods would never succeed."
he pretends to support them."
The Zionist movement in the
United States has had supporters
in both political parties. It is
non-partisan. Republican and
So have Senator Brewster of
Maine, Senator Vandenberg of
Michigan and many other Repub-
lican senators who certainly did
not depend upon the so-called
Democratic presidents alike have Jewish vote to elect them. Also
and so many Democratic senators from
What is mist misleading and
itprehensible in Deuel's article is
the reference to the claim that
Zionists are endeavoring in some
hurtful manner to use political
pressure upon our government to
influence Great Britain to live
up to its obligations. What pres-
es, in Deuel's judgment, should
Deu< ; is clearly in citizens in a democracy exert
b that tstanding ,,, mfluence their government?
?militant" leaders are American Bv the terms of the Anglo-Amer-
The outstanding "mill- ,,..m conventi0n of 1924 our g iv-
tant" leaders are tod IriPBalf>ur
ind they and their followers cl,.t;.,.;,;..,n ,,nii uie Pal
iving a .-.plendid account of mal,
lives in defense of the I c ,. .
u:.u u,.. l.. Tll Congress of the I
which have be. ,
States twice ovei whelmingly
i for the Jewish Nati
Home. In December. 1945, the
Cong' lived "that the
indorsed the movement,
have Republican and Democratic
governors of 40 states of our
Union.
Are the Jewish citizens of the
United States to be condemned if
when the subject of Palestine is
being discussed internationally,
and vital decisions are being
reached, they turn to their Gov-
ernment and appeal to it to fulfill
these pledges which have had
such overwhelming indorsement
on the part of the American peo-
ple?
Oppose Statement
I must reject categorically and
Jewish rights
internationally guaranteed by 52
: >, including the Unite I
& s. and which Great Britain
' 'ssly and shameless' vl". United States shall use' its good
a "- ffices with the mandatorv power
The Jews of Palestine were U) the pnd that Palcstine shall be
qu.te content to carry on then opened for free entrv of jews
primary work of colon' ation and ml(J lhat eountry to the maximum
upbuilding slowly, peaceably and'l0, ils agricultural and economic
states where the Jewish popula-
tion is negligibly small have ral-
lied heartily to the support of
our movement.
A few days ago. President Tru-
man replied to Bevin's charges
that he had wrecked a possible
Palestine settlement by request-
ing the admission of 100,000 Jews
to Palestine and that partisan and
local politics were influencing
America's attitude towards the
Palestine question.
The White House statement
called these charges most un-
fortunate and misleading and
with contempt the assertion of | concluded by declaring: "Amer-
Deuel that "Zionists claim that j ica's interest in Palestine is of
they swung the vote which made j long and continuing standing. It
possible the election of Senator, is a deep and abiding interest
: t A. Taft, for example, and \ shared by our people without
that it was primarily Rabbi Silver
who won these deciding votes."
Zionists have never made such
claims, and I did not have any
part in the campaign to reeled
Sen Taft. Sen. Taft has been a
good friend of the Zionist cause, rency.
regard to their political affilia-
tion."
I trust that people will not be
misled by unauthenticated ru-
mors and innuendos to which un-
fortunately Deuel has given cur-
NEW YORK (JTAun,.
ported plans for the establi
of.a large-scale work pro)*.,
displaced Jews in the
zone of Germany were elav
upon this week by Dr j
Schwartz, European drrector?
the Joint Distribution Coin*
who has just returned t
country.
At a U.J.A. press confq
Dr. Schwartz stated that;
Jewish men and women jn
pected to find employmentl
projects. The program is fa
undertaken by the J.D.C jg
operation with the Central J
ish Committee, the Je,d
Agency, UNRRA and the 0|
Army. Final details of the i
gram await approval bj
Army, he said, adding tbatl
present about 30,000 Jews area
ployed at service, repair
maintenance tasks in the i
In accordance with the \
of the Jewish DP's, the \\
appropriating funds for the i
chase of tools, raw material
machinery, and will help orp
plants and factories to ma
ture clothing and other
The DP's employed in the |
ects will be paid in goods, i
than in German marks, an
to a system of points based <
hours of work and productivit)
Dr. Schwartz emphasized I
participation in work proje
will be entirely on a volu
basis. Those who stay awa
work will not be penalized!
by the J.D.C. or by the
authorities. The latter
stated that they regard the i
projects solely as a means of I
taining the morale of the:
gees. The Army has alreadyi
dicated its willingness to sets
plus manufactured goods
ported and sold abroad, so i
increase the funds availa""
the project. The Jewish
has agreed to absorb in Pla
some of the manufactured I
for which there is a di
there.
If the Palcstine in
rate remains at the present 1
a year, the birth rate in a*
about 1,000 per month-*"
make the quota barely suE
to absorb the natural xncrewi
the camp population,
Schwartz declared. Other I
pects for emigration are I
dim, he stated.
legally. They were not pressing1
for the immediate establishment
ot a Jewish state. They were
q lite content to .ee the country
develop according to the commit-
ments undertaken by Great Brit-
t; in under the mandate "to facili-
tate Jewish immigration into the
country and the close settlement
o^ the Jews on the soil."
But through successive arbi-
trary decrees of the mandatory.
Jewish -nmigration and coloni-
zation were illegally restricted
potentialities, and that there shall
be full opportunity for coloniza-
tion and development so that they
may freely proceed with the up-
milding of Palestim as the Jew-
ish Nat'onal Home and in associ-
ation with all elements of the
population, establish Palestine as
a democratic commonwealth in
which all men regardless of race
or creed shall have equal rights."
Is it reprehensible if the Jewish
citizens of the United States now
call upon their government to
_*
until today no more than 1,500 \ implement this resolution of Con-
J monthly are permitted to' gress which was indorsed by b-h
enter the country "legally," and ,n m4 bolh the Republican
tl right of the Jews to colonize
is restricted to 5 per cent of the
B i of that small country.
The "militamt" Zionists ask for
and the Democratic parties in-
cluded planks in their party plat-
forms favoring a Jewish com-
monwealth in Palestine. The
' t
m
' <*
n hing more than the faithful; Democratic platform read- "We
observance of the tetter and_ the favor the opening of Palestine to
unrestricted Jewish immigration
spirit of the mandate under which
(. iat Britain governs the coun-
ar.d colonization, and such a pol-
trv, and are very impatient | jCy as to result in the estabhsh-
when they witness hundreds of j ment there of a free and demo-
thousands of their people -till cratic Jewish commonwealth."
languishing in the detention I The Republican platform called
camps of Europe. If that is ex- for the same tiling, concluding
tremism and militancy, then I its plank with the following state-
and the millions who believe as ment: "We condemn the failure
I do must plead guilty. of the President to insist that the
The unrest in Palestine which mandatory of Palestine carry out
W all deprecate is due entirely the provisions of the Balfour Dec-
to Great Britain's unwarranted laration and of the mandate while
^JHjir^'
EXILES^ RETURN No longer "detainee.." the vanguard of th. M aroup of upt^J,
trans-shipped to Cyprus return, to Palestine as certified Immigrant.. V^SjUlU
Am! n \ .v??., -? ,hip which brouahl to Ha"0' FuntU "n,rlbu!ed !LS
fen,?/? ^bSSS" campaign oi C United J.wtah Appeal helped ag-J
ented in the United Palestine Appeal furnUh them with the#pa.porto to Hig.
toa IS' VQ8 machin^ imicH wae^lamodontormelrlinmedl^^
$85 252MfK a T ,he eConomT ol th. Jewteh homeland. UJA- ^SSTJaH
..ntement Sft ,n ^ *<" * P"> Sloping Pd-H- **
i Mttlement and reconstruction need, lor Jewish refugee, from Europe.


rA<3E
FU'naa|
Gen. Eisenhower speaks...
Excerpts from an address by General of the
'Anny Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of
Staff, at the National Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal held m Washington, D. C.
Although the task you have undertaken is vast in
terms or material values, even the greatness of your
coal anil the depth of compassion it evidences, do
not stand as the most significant feature of your con-
certed effort. Its deepest implication is in its elo-
quent protest against man's inhumanity to man.
When you seek by material sacrifice to rescue the
innocent victims of savagery, you give much more
than the contents of your purse. You give a demon-
stration i if men united in mercy toward the stricken,
sn example that invites the world to renew with in-
creased zeal the struggle against injustice, persecu-
tion and slavery. Your success will add impetus to
the moral regeneration needed to banish from the
world these evils that have darkened the way to
peace among men.
The spirit of charity,
among the most sublime of human emotions,
m itself stamps your project
at one conceived m the noblest traditions.
Here, indeed, is need for charity. Only one who has
teen, ns I have, the mental and physical effects of
Uvagery, repression and bigotry upon the perse-
cuted of Europe, can realize the full need for the
material help and encouragement you propose to
give. The terrors they have endured, the indescrib-
able horrors they have survived, cry aloud to all men
who retain within themselves any respect for de-
cency. any belief in the human soul.
There is no word that can exaggerate the urgency.
We must believe that man labors toward better
things, that global action, creakingly and laboriously
evolved by nations amidst human conflicts engen-
dered by prejudice, ignorance, misunderstanding
and distrust, will eventually eliminate recurrence of
the tragedies you attempt to alleviate. But acute dis-
aster cannot await the functioning of vast machin-
ery that has not, as yet, wholly emerged from the
design stage. Charity can do much to fill the breach-
it can bring some brightness to these survivors of
cruelty. It can lift them somewhat above the level
of mere existence, the limit that perforce controls
governmental effort.
More thorn material aid is needed
for those m Europe who have felt the lash
of brutal tyrants.
Long fettered in the deepest pit of despair, they now
need warmth and encouragement from fellow hu-
mans th.it their confidence can be restored. You can
enable them to march in confidence and in dignity
toward that day when, in common with all others,
the opportunities provided by the richness of the
earth may be enjoyed also by them.
No matter how we may answer the question, "Am
I my brother's keeper?", the implications of that
question have such inescapable effects on the effort
to produce world order that the example you pro-
vide may well bear fruit in the attack on world prob-
lems of unlimited scope. Possibly it may help us
realize that there can be no security for one unless
it is enjoyed by all; that though force can protect in
emergency, only justice, fairness, consideration and
cooperation can finally lead men to the dawn of
eternal peace. Certainly your example should help
us see that enlightened self-interest demands the
elimination of the unfair practices against large seg-
ments of mankind which, in the past, have so black-
ened the history of humanity.
Humanitarianism is a link
that binds together all Americans.
As great as is our love of freedom, equally great is
the American feeling of compassion for those in
distress. Whenever tragedy or disaster has struck in
any corner of the world, the American people has
promptly and generously extended its hand of
mercy and help. Generosity has never impoverished
the giver; it has enriched the lives of those who have
practised it. In this postwar world, with its bewil-
derment and fear, Americans can still be thankful
that we are in a position to give rather than depend-
ent for our very existence upon the mercy of others.
One of the privileges of this great democracy has been its
opportunities for us to share with those less fortunate.
And the bread we have cast upon the waters has been
returned in blessings a hundredfold.
Every person everywhere who holds in his heart
a respect for human values and who venerates right
and justice will wish you well, and will draw from
your success renewed inspiration in the fight to in-
sure that the humblest and the weakest may forever
stand in confidence and equality in the presence of
the proudest and the strongest.
This if a year of greater need, because ...
1. UNRRA's impending liquidation has placed greater
burdens on the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal.
2. The Jewish population of the DP camps has trebled
in one year... from 85,000 at the beginning of 1946 to
250,000 in 1947.
3. Rehabilitation efforts must be expanded to help
hundreds of thousands in Hungary, Rumania, Poland
and other countries.
4. Medical care and rehabilitation programs must be
provided for the 170,000 surviving Jewish children,
26,000 of whom are in DP camps.
5. Many thousands of Jews must leave Europe because
they have no future there. Palestine must be built up
and developed with I IA funds, to provide for those
who are coming into Palestine now and for those who
will arrive in the future.
6. Many services, including migration, retraining, ad-
justment and special aid for child refugees must be pro-
vided for displaced Jews who find a haven in the U.S.




I

UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
j o support th. roltef, r.hobUrtotton and I Ml Hi. Itl work of i
J0INT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL UNITED SERVICE FOR NEW AMERICANS
Monry Morgenrhou, It. General Chairman
IN GREATER MIAMI
The
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
for
$1,309,741
Starts
SUNDAY. MARCH 16

Give
Until li Feels Good


PAGE SIXTEEN
+ lf*lstncrldlati_
raiDAY^MARCH U(


I
Beth David Names
Rogow New Director
Appointment of M e 1 v i n J.
Rogow as executive director of
Beth David synagogue was an-
nounced by Louis Heiman, presi-
dent of the congregation. Mr.
Rogow has been acting in the
capacity of assistant director of
the Dade County Veterans' Ser-
vice center in Miami since his re-
lease from the Army as a captain
almost a year ago.
"His selection," said Mr. Hei-
Synagogue Council Head I Chairmen Named For
Decries Lack Of Harmony Annual Cancer
By G. COHEN
man. 'fills a need which has long
been felt by the congregation in
Its administrative work.'1
In addition to his work with
the Veterans' center. Mr. Rogow
brings with him a background of
association with the Pittsburgh
and Alleghany County Housing
authorities, the Pennsylvania De-
partment of Public Welfare and
he YM&WHA of Pittsburgh.
A graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, he and his wife Ruth
have been residents of this area
far the past four years. They
now reside at 1110 19th St.. Miami
Beach, with their two-month-old
daughter, Patricia Ann.
"The fear of man for man, the
world's greatest irritant today,
may form the basis for another
world conflict," claimed Rabbi
William F. Rosenblum, president
of the Synagogue Council of
America, in his lecture Monday
evening at the University of
Miami theatre.
The particular area of fear to
which Rabbi Rosenblum referred
was the belief that men, j;:
and nations of opposing opinions
cannot exist and work in har-
mony.
We must have one world.
aid Rosenblum, but we need not
have only one government.
Our world cannot be half en-
slaved and half free, but it can
be half capitalist and half com-
munist, half black and half
while, half Christian and half
Jewish.
The fear that exists today in all
relationships must be abated by
those who have lost their fear of
man and have replaced this fear
with love. They are the leaders,
and they must express their
understanding. Love is much
more difficult to express than is
hate, and the means of this ex-
pression is the problem to be I.
solved. The proposed meeting of
the World Parliament of Religion
in 1948 is a forward step in the
positive direction.
Rabbi Rosenblum's recommen-
dation to all those who claim to
love their fellow men is that they
should have the courage to join
with others who share their be-
liefs in stamping out the limita-
tions set by fear.
GIVE until it feels good
to the 1947 Combined Jewish
Appeal for $1,309,741,
Rudensky To Address
Local JNF Council
The Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami will
entertain Mr. Mordecai Rudensky
at a special meeting Wednesday
evening, March 19, at the Helene
hotel.
Mr. Rudensky, a well-known
journalist and lecturer on Pales-
tine, is a senior member of the
national staff of JNF. He is visit-
ing the newly formed local chap-
ter and will address the gather-
Plans for the Annual April
fund drive for the Dade county
Field Armv of the American Can-
cer Society were made during
this week and Mrs. Clyde Epper-
son, commander, named Chair-
n en for the various men's divi-
sions. The 1947 quota is S35.0UO.
With offices at 936 Ingraham
building, the local unit carries on
an educational campaign
throughout the year, with a can-
cer information center to answer
all questions and to have diag-
noses made where necessity re-
quires.
Of the money raised oath year,
60 per cent is used in Florida, 25
per cent goes to national research
fund, nine per cent to the na-
tional educational fund and six
per cent is used for administra-
tive expenses.
Chairmen named by Mrs, Ep-
person are: Edward Wood, large
firms division; Monte Selig,
wholesale liquor dealers; E. C.
(Don) Graham. J. P. Tanner and
W. W. Edwards, Exchange clubs;
J. C. Sparks, Miami Springs and
Hialeah; Earnest Overstreet,
banks; Edward Graham, negro
division; Adolph Seerth, rally
booths; S. J. Destro, real estate,
insurance and miscellaneous
firms; David Phillips, Miami
Beach bus services; Leonard
Wien, radio stations, newspapers,
theatres and utilities; I. M. Wcin-
stein, downtown businesses; A. A.
Renuart, Jr.. Coral Gables;
George Mitchell, Miami Beach
Kiwanis club.
Sisterhoods Sponsor
Student Essay Contest
Students of Jewish faith on
any college campus in the states
of Florida, Georgia and Alabama
will have the opportunity of com-
peting in an Essay Contest spon-
sored by the Southeast Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods.
"Living Liberal Judaism" will
be the subject and all essays must
be 800 words or less in length,
either hand or typewritten.
Contestants from Florida will
submit their work to Mrs. Harry
Wagenheim, 1401 N. Spring st.,
Pensacola. Judges for the contest
have not as yet been announced.
The three $50.00 prizes will be
in the form of an expense-paid
week-end at one of the "Camp
Conclaves" conducted by the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Youth.
STRIKING NEW ROOTS. A troupe of young boys from a
nearby colony offer their assistance as the first furrowi an
plowed in a new settlement In the hills west of Jerusaltg,
established by a group of former Jewish fighters in the French
Maquis with the help of United Palestine Appeal agenda
supported by the $170000,000 United Jewish Appeal lor Rtfo.
gees. Overseas Needs and Palestine. The colony is the first of
its kind in Palestine, to be settled by Jews of French extraction.
Aided by U.J.A. funds, the Jewish National Fund will allocate
$27,700,000 in 1947 for an expanded program ol land acquisi-
tion, reclamation, afforestation and maintenance. This pr>
gram will speed the resettlement of scores oi thousands oi the
homeless Jewish survivors of Europe.
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Us* Thai Soft City Water for a Whiter Wash
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Announcing the opening of. .
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UV, MARCH 14, 1947
>knislfkridiaw
, Re-elects Judge
lothenberg President
VFW YORK (JTA).-Judge
," Rothenberg was unaiu-
5S ^-elected to a fourth
JfL president of the Jewish
Znal Fund of America at a
erenee of delegates represent-
' an branches in the American
lonist movement.
The J N F. administration for
47 was constituted at the con-
ence A board of directors of
members, and an administra-
,. committee of 17 were chosen.
,. board includes representa-
res of the Zionist Organization
, America: B-nai Zion; Hadassah;
L Labor Zionist Organization;
farachi. the Orthodox Zionist
rganization, and Hashomer Hat-
b and 1 members at large.
r Israel Goldstein was elected
inorary president; Louis Segal,
inorary secretary) Rabbi I. M.
>wai>ky and Jacob Sincoff,
usurer's, and Mendel N. Fisher,
:retary.
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Ld for DP's Must
Kress Rehabilitation
IBAD RE1CHENHALL, Ger-
ar.y (JTAVIn mapping future
for displaced Jews in Ger-
ir.y the emphasis must be laid
rehabilitation rather than re-
b representative! of the Cen-
Committee of Liberated
|WS) voluntary organizations
the German provincial ad-
tnistraliiin in Bavaria stressed,
Pressing t h e second annual
iference of the Central Com-
Bltee.
for, Philip Auerbach, Bavarian
Immissior.or for racial and reli-
pus perseeutees, reported to the
delegates and 500 guests on
progrc.-s of restitution legisla-
pn now being drafted in co-
eration with U.S. occupation
kthoritii's. He also disclosed
t he would press for enact-
pnt of a law confiscating the
fcalth accumulated by active
izis between 1933 and 1945 for
in rehabilitating and reset-
Dg DP's.
Announcement is made by
he Miami chapter of the Worn-
n'l division of the American
Jewish Congress that their reg-
llar Tuesday book reriw,
Kheduled for March 18, will
jut be held this month, due to
illness of Mrs. I. M. Wein-
|Mn, who regularly leads the
cussion. An extra program
being planned for May, at
Khich tickets for the cancelled
tiftir will be honored.
hu Goto Bed
TO SLEEP
"NOT TO FRET
Ever notice how small
troubles look big to you
nd greater trouble*
seem crushing when
nervous tension keeps
you k-vake at night?
You can't be at your
best mentally or phys-
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efficient sleep.

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more restful night* and
more peaceful day*.
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'ablets. 35c and 75*
-Liquid. 26c and $1.00.
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Patricia Hirsch To Wed
Arthur Ross In April
The engagement of Miss Pa-
tricia "Babs" Hirsch to Mr. Ar-
thur J. Ross was made known
Sunday by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence J. Hirsch, 644 West
51st ter., Miami Beach, and Ma-
maroneck, N. Y.
The bride-elect is a student at
Syracuse university and a mem-
ber of the Larchmont Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution. She served with the
American Women's Volunteer
Service during the war.
Son of Mrs. Walter E. Morrell,
New York, and the late Arthur
Rosenberg, Mr. Ross attended
Columbia university and saw
three years of service in the Ord-
nance department of the Army,
one year in the Pacific theatre.
Plans have been made for a
June wedding.
B'NAI B'RITH GROUP
TO VISIT CHURCHES
The ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith
girls announces that their regular
meetings will be held on Thurs-
vre,V,enings at 8:15 in the M'am'
YM&WHA. Marjorie Miller is
president of the group and Mrs.
Edith Shier, advisor.
At the March 6 meeting, Gloria
Fox reviewed the book "One God"
which initiated a discussion of the
churches of worship Jewish,
Protestant and Catholic. As a re-
sult of the discussion, members
will visit representative churches
in the near future. The first of
these visits was made on Thurs-
day at 4 o'clock at the Beth David
synagogue. Miss Gertrude Car-
novsky, director for B'nai B'rith
Girls for the Fifth District, ad-
dr ed the group.
On March 27 at the home of
Elaine Levine, there will be a
Pot Luck Supper at which a well-
known cosmetician will speak.
Rabbi Lehrman On Radio
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker on the weekly rab-
binical program which will be
heard over radio station WBAY
at 2:45 p.m. on Sunday. The pro-
gram is sponsored by the Greater
Miami Rabbinical association.
JNWA SETS DATE
FOR ANNUAL SEDER
In cooperation with all Labor
Zionist groups, the Jewish Na-
tional Workers alliance announces
its third annual Seder, which will
be held Sunday, April 6, at the
National hotel.
Speaking entirely in Yiddish,
eight members of the alliance will
conduct the Seder service pro-
gram.
David Wertheim, general secre-
tary of the Poale Zion Seire Zion
for 13 years, will speak to the
assembly. The musical portion
of the program will feature the
singing of Igo Gutman operatic
tenor.
All proceeds of the evening will
be presented to the Histadruth.
Key West Hadassah
Chapter Plans Dinner
Plans are being formulated for
a dinner which will be given by
the Key West chapter of Hadas-
sah on Monday evening at 7:30.
Scene of the party will be the
Casa Marina hotel.
The guest speaker, Mrs. J. J.
Hellman of Atlanta, Ga., will in-
stall officers and present the
charter to the organization. Mrs.
Hellman, a past and honorary
president, is now chairman of the
medical school campaign of the
Southeast.
Officers who have been elected
are Mrs. Loretta Grossman, presi-
dent; Mrs. Ruth HolUberg, vice
president; Mrs. Gloria Berman,
secretary, and Mrs. Yetta Yellin
treasurer.
Guests are invited to attend the
dinner.
W wrpfum
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1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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Beach businessman, and Benton
W. Powell, agricultural expert
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BEACH VETERANS' COUNCIL ADOPTS
TIRE
SIVE PROGRAM TO PROMOTE
TRADITIONAL JUDAISM
t-RIDAY^MARc.H
Entering the struggle to oust
discriminatory employment prac-
tices, The Miami Beach Veterans'
Council has unanimously adopted
resolution which has been pre-
sented to City Manager Claude
Renshaw for action by City Coun-
cil. Commander Harry Adams
has advised that copies of this
resolution have been sent to
United Veterans" Council of Dade
county for study and to Miami
Beach civic groups.
A tremendous stride forward in
the fight for fair employment
legislation, the resolution calls for
a city ordinance making it illegal
for any employer in Miami Beach
to refuse to employ or to dis-
charge from employment any per-
son because of race, creed or na-
tional origin, or to discriminate
reasons of race, creed or national
origin.
Under this resolution, it would
become unlawful for any em-
ployer or employment agency to
print or circulate any statement,
or make inquiry in connection
with prospective employment,
which expresses, directly or indi-
rectlv, any limitations as to race,
creed of national origin, unless
based on a bona fide occupational
qualification.
The resolution also states that
opposition to any practice for-
bidden by this article be protected
by law, so that no person may be
discharged, expelled or otherwise
discriminated against for protect-
ing it.
It is provided in the articles of
against any employee in wages or jthe resolution that any employer,
conditions of work foi the same labor organization, or employment
reasons. ] agency who shall willfully vlo
It further asks that labor or- late the ordinance shall be guilty
ganizations be prosecuted for ex-
cluding or expelling from their
membership any individual for
of a misdemeanor and be punish-
able by imprisonment or by fine
or both.
Rivka Yoffee Feature Phi Sigs Inaugurate
Of Pioneer Donor Dinner Annual Skit Contest
Pioneer Women Greatei Tea SOIa!llirs and fraternities
Miami will hld then eighth an- wU, compete in the "Hurricane
Donor Dinner, Sunday eve- Potpourri" sponsored bv Phi
at p.m. Speakei for the Sigma of tne University
evening will be Miss Rivka Y >f- (lf Miamj tonight and tomorrow
fee. Palestine-born delegate. evening at the Richmond audi-
U:.-s \oihc will describe the lormm. Judges for the contest
status of Jewish women in Pales- hav0 bccn chosen from among
tine, at the event which will take thc mt.mbers of the faculty.
place at the Helene hotel 10301 ., .
15th St., Miami Beach. Inaugurating this as an annual
_. event, the ten groups participat-
The Palestinian has a I stin- ,,, were chosen after a series of
ed record, having been one eliminations which ended Feb. 15.
of the founders of the 'llama- ,,, .. ,, .... __
not Ha' m, Jewish youth All of the Greek letter cubs on
movement established to aid the camPus we/a T S
Palestine youth in their studies mit a sholt Bklt '*? 'l
abroad. During World W; n, their actmUes would be handled
i .tenant in the if a hurricane had swept them to
PATS, from which p ,;'"' I"11'1-" lan*
..., d 1946 X up will be awa tied
Max Shapii i Kadimah ': *'innm* '
cultural chairman, will ------------
the invocation, The musical por- Harbor Island Auction
'.ion of the program will be under
the direction of I ntoi V. .1 Twenty-four water'-ont hotel
Goldring, of the Miami Beach and apartment sites will be of-
Jewish Center. Rabbi Max Sha- feed Sunday ,.t 2 p.m. by the
piro will address thc Pioneer Newton C. Smith Land Auction
women and their guest Co. The sites are located at Har-
Co-chairmen for a ents bor Island, North Bay and 79th
s e: Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Mrs st. causeway.
Ethel Dorff, presidents of Clubs 1 Previous auctions at the -
and II, respectively Mrs Albeit location have ]
. Berson will act as loastmis- cessful according to reports lion.
Wilh the appointment of Rabbi Morrit
Mm of the Manhattan Bearh Jewish
Center. Brooklyn, as Executive Vice-
President. the Rabbiniral Council of
America, representing 32S Ral.hu. ho
are graduate* of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary of Yeshiva I'm-
vanity, Hebrew Theological Seminary
of Chicago, and other Orthodox theo-
logical seminaries has launched an in-
tensified program 10 promote a more
widespread Midi of Jewish culture and
traditional Judaism. The President of
the RCA is Rabbi In Miller of Balti-
more, Maryland.
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Gannes To Describe
Life In Palestine
Communal Life in Palestine"
will be the subject of the lecture
of Mr. A. P. Gannes at the third
in the Forum Lecture series on
Modern Zionist thought and ex-
perience sponsored by the Miami
Beach Jewish center in coopera-
tion with the Bureau of Jewish
Education and Miami Beach Zion-
ist district, Wednesday evening at
8:30 at Miami Beach Jewish cen-
ter.
Mr. Gannes, director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, will
depict the manner in which the
Jewish community in Palestine
was organized and how it governs
itself.
Evenings with great compos-
ers are promised by the YMSr.
WHA oi Miami Beach at their
series of recording concerts
which began last week and will
continue indefinitely alternat-
ing with the Sunday discussion
meetings.
The subject of discussion this
Sunday at 8:15 p.m. will be
"Art and the Times" with ln
Marash and Leo Huberman
leading the forum.
Futurity Stake .
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eight juveniles started '"
stake and will go through. J
o eliminations to whittle ft.1
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pionship final is booked on!
nesday, March 19.
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run over the long 5-16th i.
course. The race is for tJ
old greyhounds and only j
whelped on Jan. 1,1945, ad fc
are eligible to compete t(
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* k*ist Ikridton
^Colonel to Speak
Sholem Lodge Lunch
Leaker for the B'nai B'rith
Km lodge luncheon on March
khdd regular* each Friday
L ;1 at 12:15 at the Down-
& will be Col- P"u L. E.
[liwell.
former OSS officer, Colonel
ii-rell will tell of his expen-
ds in the East. Military in-
ligence
officer for the Middle
|t theater of operations and
|n i he was assigned to the Big
fee' conference committee at
fceran.
(holem lodge of B'nai B'rith
. put 40 workers in the field
[assist on the Jewish Federa-
campaign. Sam Silver has
fi named a major in the drive
d. He will be assisted by
[Hurewitz, Lester Lasky, Marx
hberg and Alex S. Cohen. *
lami BPW Holds
ection of Officers
flection of officers for the
fly-formed Miami chapter of
Business and Professional
nen of Hadassah will be held
iie Miami YM&WHA Monday
ling, 8:30. Mrs. Maurice
fcsman, executive director of
Miami Y, will address the
Bering.
embers have been invited to
fet-acquainted party Sunday,
fch 23, at 8 p.m. in the home
Hisses Ethel and Jennie Wein-
n, 2368 S. W. 16th ter.
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NEW WORLD A-COMING.
Ship sailings from the Ameri-
can-occupied zones of Europe
are scheduled to provide pass-
age for more than 8.000 dis-
placed persons in the first
quarter of 1947 alone, and most
of the newcomers to the United
Stales look to United Service
for New Americans for assist-
ance. With funds raised by the
S170.000.000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal. United
Service is able to expend its
traditional work of helping
newcomers like this youngster
make a new start in life toward
the goal of becoming useful,
self-reliant Americans.
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STEAM
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Program For Hadassah
Birthday Party Listed
A varied program is scheduled
for Miami Chapter of Hadassah's
first birthday party which will
take place at the Fiesta, 300 S. E.
1st st., Monday afternoon at 1:30
p.m. This event is being held in
observance of tfie 35th anniver-
sary of the founding of the Ha-
dassah movement by Henrietta
Szold on Purim.
A goal of 100 new members is
the keynote of the party, to which
each member will be required to
bring a new member. The local
chapter, if it achieves this goal,
will be eligible for one of the
grand prizes offered by the Na-
tional organization for increase in
membership.
Feature of the afternoon will
be Mrs. Abe Gibber, who will
offer vocal selections, accom-
panied by Mrs. Irving Genet.
Mrs. Gibber was a students of
Zembrich and the Curtis Con-
servatory of Music. The 13-year-
old pianist, Larry Diskin, a stu-
dent of the Miami Conservatory
of Music, will play.
Guests will hear a portrayal of
a radio broadcast bringing cur-
rent news from Child Welfare
chairmen in all centers of the
world directed by Mrs. Sold
Rovin. Participating will be Mrs.
Harold Van Dam, Mrs. S. Fund,
Miss Elsa Temple and the direc-
tor. Program chairmen is Mrs.
Rae Frome.
Mrs. Joseph Carp is president
of the organization, and Mrs. Joel
Belov is Projects chairman. As-
sisting Mrs. Louis Kotkin, mem-
bership committee chairman, in
arrangements for the party are:
Miss Ada Aneckstein, Mrs. Irving
Genet, Mrs. S. Fund, Mrs. Frank
Kline, Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs.
H. C. Moser.
Obituaries
SAMUEL BAST
Services for Samuel Bast 46. who
lied In a local hospital after a brief
Illness, were held Friday at 1 p.m. at
Riverside Memorial chapel. A Miami
IJ.'Hrh real estate dealer, Mr. Bast
came to Miami 12 years ago from
New York.
He was a member of Beth Jacob
synagogue, B'nal B'rith. Civic league
and Elks lodge No. 1601. During the
last war, Mr. Bast served as Intelli-
gence officer and interpreter for the
Army.
Survivors Include his wife, Rebecca;
his mother, Mrs. Esther Bast; two
sons, Murray and Paul, all of Miami
Beach, and two sisters In Russia.
BESSIE GER
Mrs. Bessie tier, 66, of 71S Euclid
ave., died Tuesday. She came here
from New York 11 years ago and Is
survived by two sons, Abraham and
Jack, and one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude
Pox, of Miami Beach.
DR. PAUL MARK
Private services (or Dr. Paul Mark.
64, of 151 8. E. Second St., who died
Saturday In a hospital was held at
Palmer Funeral home. He leaves liis
wife. Mrs. Beba Mark and a daughter,
Prica, both of Miami Beach.
MORRIS LEDERMAN
Morris l.ederman, .-,9. of 251 S W.
11th st., died Saturday. He came here
eight years ago from Accord, N. Y.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Bvs Leder-
man; two sons. Jack and Herman, all
of Miami Reach, and four brothers
and three sisters. Services were at 2
p.m. Monday at Riverside Memorial.
Polish-Czech Border
Closed to Emigrants
VIENNA (JTA). No Jewish
emigrants from Poland have ar-
rived here since Feb. 20, when the
Polish Government is reported to
have closed the border between
Poland and Czechoslovakia. A
few hundred Polish Jews are in
Czechoslovakia, awaiting an op-
portunity to enter Austria.
Although there have been no
agreements made concerning the
emigration of the thirty-odd thou-
sand displaced Jews here, nor any
countries of resettlement set, it is
learned that the DP's will not
remain after occupation troops
leave, but are unlikely to be
moved before then.
The occupation forces will be
withdrawn 90 days after tha
Austrian treaty, which is to be
drafted in Moscow this month,
becomes effective. It is believed
that the first transport of refugee!
will be moved to the American
zone of Germany at the beginning
of the summer.
DR. ISAAC WORKMAN
Dr. Isaac Workman, 60. of 800 West
ave., died Saturday, He was a winter
visitor from Hackensack, N. J. The
Riverside Memorial chapel sent the
body north.
MRS. EMMA ROCKE
Services for Mrs. Emma Rocke. 61,
of 1171 N. YV\ Second St., who died
Saturday, were conducted by the
Palmer Funeral home. She leaves a
son Robert Allan Rocke; a sister.
Mrs. Ann Miller, and a brother, Her-
man W. Miller, all of Miami. Inter-
ment was at Woodlawn Park.
HELPI
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JOSEPH OSBOW
Joseph Osbow, of 320 N. VV. Fourth
St., died Tuesday at the age of 86,
following a prolonged Illness. Having
come here from Boston. Mass., he re-
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By PHINEAS J. BIRON
IN THE MAILBAG
Here's a letter from a friend of ours, a veteran and a student at
Columbia university Remember your prediction that Columbia
students would take action on discriminatory quota systems? Well,
they did After a petition campaign and a mass rally, more than
50 of them joined a delegation of 500 students from .ill ovei New
York State in support of the Austin-Mahoney bill (to outlaw discrimi-
nation in education in New York state) The delegation had an
interesting experience with Governor Dewey ... A letter written t<
Dewey well in advance requesting an opportunity to sol him was
answered bv the information that he had a long-standing appoint-
ment outside of Albany ... At Albany, however, representatives Oi
the delegation who had an appointment with Dewey s assistant
Charles Breitel. were shunted down to Mr. Breitel s assistant "
seems that Mr. Breitel was in conference with the Governor in his
office We're indignant and angry at the run-around the bill nas
gotten but more determined than ever to carry on the "fht K
looks as if Governor Dewev, who declared Brotherhood week in
New York about three weeks ago. believes in brotherhood except lor
those weeks when students are seeking admission to Columbia,
Cornell. N.Y.U. and the rest of the 'Quota" schools ...
BROADWAY GOSSIP
Band leader Meyer Davis will produce a musical with Milton
Berle in the starring role Arthur Miller, author of "All My Sons,
the drama that has Broadway sitting up and taking notice foi the
first tune in many seasons, has given Hollywood a temporary cola-
shoulder ... He's working on a new play ... Dinah Shore is reported
as interested in working up a plan for an annual Hollywood Mardi
Gras modelled on the New Orleans affair .. .
FREE ARGENTINA??
Three weeks ago we reported that Drew Pearson had printed a
Statement by Dr. Maurico Goldman, characterized by Pearson as the
"unofficial Jewish leader in Buenos Aires." to the effect that "there
Is no evidence of official hostility" against the 600,000 Jews in Peron's
A: gentina We expiessed our doubts Now, like the cigarette
company, we have "proof positive" A government decree of
Di .mi her 31. 1943. making Catholic instruction compulsory in Argen-
tina's public schools, will shortly be confirmed by a bill which
lent Peron has ordered t. < government bloc in the Chamber of
Deputies to support We don't know what represents "official
hostility" to Goldman ... Or maybe he has no children in public
schools .
NOT FORGOTTEN
Jules Butensky, 84-year-old sculptor who died recently, was the
creator of "Exile," v. t the White House in Washington, and
"Universal Peace." which was presented to the Metropolitan Museum
of Art bv Jacob Schiff For many years before his death he had
been forgotten Three days before he died, however, there was a
storj work in the Sunday Magazine section
ol PM (Feb. 23). Butensky saw this Storj the day before he died,
and was verv deepK- moved The last time anything had been
written about the sculptor was when this columnist met him several
ago ... He was planning a series of sculptures based on
Talmudic themes at the time, a plan which was interrupted by a
:dent which injured his left arm .
ORCHIDS
Wit:, all the recent emphasis on good will engendered by
Brotherhood Week, it is proper that a special bouquet of orchids be
d for Dr, Maeanna Chesterton Mangle, the author of the
column "Religion at Work," which appears in many Christian denom-
il publications throughout the country He is a year
round force tor good will and better understanding Another
e noes to "Wen of Lucifer," a new novel bv Maurice Samuel.,.
st novel in many years, it has had a marvelous reception fiom
. .
Bingo Game Scheduled j
Workmen's circle. Women's club.
Branch 692, Miami Beach, will
hold a bingo game tomorrow eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in the Lyceum
located at 25 Washington ave.
Refreshments will be served
and admission is free. Members
on the committee of arrangements
are Mrs. Celia Katz, chairman;
Mrs. H. Abramovitch, Mrs. Gold
and Mrs. Lyons.
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
Installs New Officers
The recently organized Beth
Tfilah sisterhood installed new
officers last Sunday at the syna-
gogue. It was reported that in
the eight weeks of its existence
more than 100 members are now
enrolled.
The installation services were
conducted by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky
Officers installed were: Mrs
Samuel Shapiro, president; Mrs.
Shave Jacob-son. treasurer; Mrs.
Louis Lustig. secretary; M i
Abraham Halpern, recording
retary, and Mrs Herman Stern.
assistant recording secretary.
Vice-presidents elected were
Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs, Samuel
litz. Mrs. Abraham Katz.
Mrs. Anna Silverman, Mrs
Joseph E. Rackovsky and Mrs
Max Bacon.
Members of the board of direc-
tors are: Mrs. S. Grundwerg,
Mrs. J. Cohen. Mrs. N. Kaplan,
Mrs. A. Blank, Mrs. S. Hill, Mrs.
Ohl, Mrs. Lukoshok. Mrs J. Dol-
gin, Mrs. Borenstein. Mrs. Slavin,
Mis. F. Meltzer, Mrs. L Shulman.
and Mrs. S. Goldberg.
Trustees of the sisterhood are:
Mrs. Joseph Levitt. Mrs. J. S.
Rubin, Mrs. P. Cohen. Mrs. F.
Palig, Mrs. S. Saperstein. Mrs. J.
Brenner and Mrs. L. Krammer.
A hospitality committee, whose
duty it will be to visit sick mem-
bers and welcome newcomers,
was established. This group in- j
eludes: Mrs. S. Saperstein, chair- ,
man: Mrs. A. Blank. Mrs. Max j
Bacon, Mrs. F. Friedman and Mrs. I
Joseph Hill.
A social followed under the!
direction of Mrs. Shave Jacobson. j
Dr. Stephen Wise Protests
Senate Religion Inquiry
NEW YORK (JTA). Appli-
cants for jobs on Senate commit-
tees are being asked their reli-
gion, it was revealed here by Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress, in a
letter of protest to Senate Major-
,ty Leader Wallace H. White, Jr.
Asserting that this practice "is
clearly obnoxious to the princi-
ples of the Constitution," Rabbi
Wise called upon Senator White
to take immediate steps to end it.
He pointed out that in addition to
the First Amendment guarantee-
ing freedom of religion, Article
VI. Section 3 of the Constitution
provides that "no religious test
i all ever be required as a quali-
fication to any office or public
trust under the United States."
Questioning an applicant's re-
ligion, Dr. Wise wrote, has no
conceivable value "other than to
I e used as a basis for discrifnina-
tion." Such questions are for-
bidden by the Civil Service Com-
mission."
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Pionoer WomtoH^T 1
Podium A, ujl
- heater W^M
eon meeting at Mannin ^
day, March 10. Excutii "H
ofLocalC.ubsI,lIan,V;S
were present, as Well J^l
representatives 0f out ^<
chapters. "H
Mrs. Goldstein. who
many of her experience, 71
recent Basle conference, i5^
the three of the National M
sidium of the Pioneer vfiM
The purpose of tha ^.
was formulation of tentati^
for the coming calendar I
1 he discussions were ~j I
by Mr, Henry SeiuJ HS
Dorif and Mrs. Albert f "S
local presidents.
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am*Y. MARCH 14, 1947
I CARE FOOO PACKAGE TO BELIEVE
RESENT SHORTAGES IN EUROPE
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
NEW YORK, N. Y.-The new
Iaj?E food package on sale in
Ej country beginning March 1
fcguaranteed delivery to friends
t relatives in Europe after
fcrch 30. contain! the basic foods
Kjch are now scarce or unob-
linable in most countries.
(Because the food package has
en designed for CARE by lead-
-food experts and nutritionists,
[also fits into the food prefer-
Lces of Europe's people, to the
Latest extent possible. It con-
jjns such basic foods as flour,
Iffee, sugar, cooking fat, dried
Uit, egg and milk powder and
at, with soap as an extra
Imfort.
Ipaul Comly French, general
janager of CARE, a non-profit,
Jvernment approved organiza-
tn, explained that the new food
fckage is made possible because
the increased food supply in
lis country.
"We are now able to offer a
ckage specifically designed to
nbat current food scarcities in
irope," he said. "It is in line
Ith our expanded current ser-
fce to individuals here, to aid
fern in sending this food to their
lends, relatives and other needy
ople abroad. Another example
this expanded service is the
CARE blanket package, an-
Junced recently.
The CARE blanket package
Btains two all-wool blankets,
ve drab in color, weighing
kee and three-quarter pounds
bh. They are warm and close-
| woven, and can be made into
garments for men, women
I children. The blanket pack-
es are now in the CARE ware-
ises in Europe, ready for de-
ery.
The new CARE food package,
(uch has been available since
irch 1 from CARE at 50 Broad
New York, contains 21.6
nds net of food, with a nutri-
nal value of more than 40,000
calories. Contents are two pounds,
12 ounces of meat, two pounds of
sugar, two pounds of vegetable
shortening, seven pounds of flour,
two pounds of chocolate, one
pound of apricots and one pound
of prunes, one pound of coffee,
one-half pound of dried egg pow-
der, two pounds of dried whole
milk powder, and six ounces of
soap.
They will be available for de-
livery in all the countries partici-
pating in the CARE program, in-
cluding Austria, Belgium, Czecho-
slovakia, France, Finland, Greece,
Italy, the Netherlands, Norway!
Hungary, Poland, and the Ameri-
can, British and French zones of
Germany, plus all of Berlin. They
will be shipped to those countries
in quantity, and stored in CARE
warehouses, from which deliver-
ies are made locally. Like the
present CARE food package and
the blanket package, the new food
package will be admitted ration-
free, duty-free and tax-free, due
to CARE's special agreements
with European governments.
Complete cost of the food
packages and the blanket package
is $10.00 each.
Spinoza Forum Hears
Talk On Health
"Health Is Your Concern" is the
topic chosen by Dr. Morris
Schneer of New York tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 when he ad-
dresses the Spinoza Forum, 124
11th st., Miami Beach.
Dr. Schneer will also speak at
the Forum Monday evening. On
Tuesday evening, Charles H. Lee
will lecture on Atomic Energy,
and Mrs. Revy Balkin, editor of
the Miami Beacon has been se-
lected to discuss "Our Undemo-
cratic America" at the Wednes-
day meeting.
On Thursday evening the Forum
joins the Town Meeting of the
Air.
3rd ANNUAL CONCERT
of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
Conductor............LOUIS POWESKY
Accompanist..............ROSE ROBIN
Soloist..CANTOR JACOB I. GOLDRING
Concert Pianist... .ISRAEL KORENMAN
IDA M. FISHER HIGH SCHOOL
14th Street and Drexel Avenue
SUNDAY. MARCH 23rd At 8:30 P.M.
| Tickets mar be purchased at
lurucker Jewelry Co, 1454 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach:
JAuguiia Birnberg. 1754 S. W. 6th Street. Miami, or Phone 3-6705
$1-80 Reserved Seata $1.20 General Admission
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all clear. You're money
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you're 17 to 34. healthy and
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DP'$ LOADING PASSOVER FOOD PACKAGES
FOR OVERSEAS SHIPMENT
Although they have already integrated themselvet Into the American
scene, the first Jewish DP'e to arrive here from Europe's camps still
remember their less fortunate brothera whom they left behind. The
photo shows a group of these new immigrants loading kosher Passover
food parcels on truck for overseas shipment; a part of the 60,000
Passover packages that the Refugee-Immigration Division of Agudath
Israel Youth Council of America, 113 West 42nd Street, New York City,
expects to send to Europe's needy Jews for the holiday. A nation-wide
fund-raising campaign is being conducted for this project, which will
be climaxed by a Testimonisl Dinner honoring Congressman Sol Bloom
en March 23rd at the Waldorf-Astoria, headed by former Postmaster
General James A. Farley, former Dlreotor General of UNRRA Fiorello
H. LaGuardia, Mayor William F. O'Dwyer of New York, former Gover-
nor Charlea A. Polettl, Charles H. Silver, Rabbi Herbert 8. Goldstein,
and Lester Udell.
Nine Miamians Named
As Hospital Directors
At the annual meeting of the
Board of Directors of the South
Florida Children's Hospital, Wed-
nesday, March 5, nine residents
of Greater Miami were elected to
the board. The meeting was held
in the building fund campaign
headquarters, 68 W. Flagler st.
Those elected were: Mrs. Syd-
ney Weintraub, Miami Beach;
Mrs. Meyer Gold, Coral Gables;
Jack Bell, Bay Point; B. H.
Blakey, Coral Gables; Jack A.
Erneman, Coral Gables; Charles
Fuchs, South Miami; Mrs. Alvin.
Greif, Gulstream apartments;
John Montgomery, Sunset Isle
No. 3, and J. Lamar Paxon, Coral
Gables.
Under discussion at the annual
meeting were plans for the build-
ing fund drive which will begin
in April. These funds will be
used to complete the hospital,
located just west of Coral Gables
in Schenley park, construction of
which was halted by the war.
The hospital will be available for
any child needing medical care.
CHEF PAUL HOST
AT STRATH HAVEN
Chef Paul will be host at the
Strath Haven hotel for the cater-
ing of strictly kosher meals dur-
ing the Passover week.
Mr. Paul has served for three
seasons at the Pocono and Ramona
camps at Flatbrookville, N. J.,
operated by Rabbi Israel M. Her-
man of New York. Prior to that
he was associated with the Hotel
Roosevelt, Washington, D. C, and
last season was at the Sovereign
hotel, Miami Beach.
Cantor Louis B. Feder and his
choir from the Beth Jacob con-
gregation will perform on Seder
nights.
Reservations may be made by
phoning 5-4691.
A limited number of Pass-
over song aheets and other ma-
terial is now available at the
office of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. 318 Congress bldg.,
according to Mr. A. P. Gannes,
director. Inquiries may be
made by calling 3-5858.
S. J. FREEDMAN
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Colllne A Wiih. Av.i.
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Also for Hebrew Schools.
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JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUREAU
Determination of policies which
case workers of the Jewish Social
Service bureau follow is set by
the board of directors upon rec-
ommendations of subcommittees.
Recently submitted to the board
by Mrs. Harriett Eppstein, chair-
man of the case committee, was a
general statement on problems
relating to non-residents who
come to JSSB for aid.
Although the bureau has ai
its primary purpose service lo
residents, il renders necessary
services lo non-residenls on oc-
casion. Those who come here
for health reasons and those
who intend to remain in the
community are included, ac-
cording to the case committee's
report.
The bureau will also act as the
agent for organizations in other
communities when they wish a
resident of their community to
come here. The stipulation is
that the out-of-town agency
guarantee the cost of financial
care.
Regular or continued support
of non-residents who have legal
residence elsewhere will not be
assumed by the bureau if the
non-residents refuse to consider
return to their place of legal
settlement or refuse employ-
ment or are unemployable.
Also considered by the ease
committee was a policy for legal
residents of this community who
wish to be aided in transferring
to another community. In such
an instance the bureau is author-
ized to participate in a plan to
transport them if the health of
the applicants requires such
change or if the individual or
family can be self supporting in
the other community.
Establishment of case work
practices is the responsibility of
the Jewish Social Service bu-
reau's case work committee
which meets twice a month
with Mrs. Harriet Eppstein
(third from left), chairman.
Other members of the commit-
tee are (1. to r.) M. J. Safra.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs.
Emanuel Larick; (standing)
Charles Cohen, executive direc-
tor of JSSB, and Harold Unger-
leider. Not pictured are Harold
Spaet, Dr. Alex Libow and Mrs.
Benjamin Meyera, president of
JSSB.
Founder's Day Tea
Marks 30th Anniversary
Celebrating the 30th anniver-
sary of Delta Phi Epsilon, inter-
national sorority, Theta Alumnae
chapter will entertain members
of the University of Miami under-
graduate chapter at a Founder's
Day tea from 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday,
at the McAllister hotel, 10 Bis-
cayne blvd. The occasion will
also mark the eighth "birthday"
of tl e university group.
Mrs. George Gerson, alumnae
president, and Miss Arlene Jacob-
son, president of the univ<
ter, will extend greetings.
Also receiving guests will be
alumnae officersMrs. Sydney L,
Weintraub, vice-president; Miss
Arlene Lipson, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Samuel Paetro, cor-
responding secretary, and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, tieas
Announcement of the alum-
nae's anniversary charity contri-
butions will be made during the
tea at which the sorority's colors,
purple and gold, will be the motif.
Arrangements for the affair
were made by Mrs. Stanley J.
Coltune, chairman, and Mrs
Paetro, Mrs. Joel Newman, Mis? ,
Natalie Sandra Frankel and Mrs
Lester Stepner.
Founded in March, 1917, at
New York university. Delta Phi
Epsilon has active and alumnae
chapters throughout the United
States and Canada, and its mem-
bership extends to Egypt, 1'
tine and the Virgin Islands.
Florida college affiliates are the
Omega unit at the University of
Miami and the lota chapter at
Florida State College for Women.
Resident and out-of-town mem-
bers of the sorority are invited to
attend the Founder's Day event.
N. Y. Bill Would Bar
College Discrimination
NEW YORK (JTA).The New
York State Committee on Dis-
crimination announced that it
had approved certain amend-
ments to the Austin-Mahoney Bill
which would bar discrimination
by institutions of higher learning
in New York Stateto meet the
objections of groups opposed to
the measure. The amendments
make more explicit the exemp-
tions granted religious and sec-
tarian institutions.
Meanwhile, the Association of
Colleges and Universities in New
York State has come out against
the bill, and the heads of the four
city colleges in New York City
have asked that action on it be
deferred for another year until
after a State commission ap-
pointed to study discrimination in
education makes its report.
The amendments to the meas-
ure, which were offered to the
Legislature by the bill's sponsors,
would also exempt faculty mem-
bers from the no-discrimination
provisions, exempt distinctly pri-
vate schools and adds a ban on
segregation in education.
Opera Guild Opens
Membership Drive
Following its production of
"The Barber of Seville," the
Miami Opera Guild is opening its
annual membership drive, ac-
cording to Dr. Arturo di Filippi,
director of the organization.
Members may pay from $1000
for a life membership down to
$6.00 for an associate member-
ship. All memberships include
free tickets and ticket preference
to all operas.
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KADIMAH CONCERT
GETS FINE OVATION
An enthusiastic reception
greeted the duo-piano team of;
Braggiotti and Chaikin at their j
concert last Saturday night, spon- \
sored by Kadimah chapter of
Greater Miami Pioneer Women.
Variety was the keynote of,
program which included works of;
Bach. Moussorgsky, Debussy and
Gershwin. One of the numbers
"Jitterbug." written by Mr. Brag-
giotti, was especially well re-
ceived. Mr. Braggiotti transcribed |
the entire program for two
pianos.
The artists' versatility was most
ably displayed through the spir-
ited duplication of orchestral in-
strumentation on the limited fa-
cilities of the piano.
All proceeds of the event will
be set aside for use in the re-
habilitation of the European chil-
dren who enter Palestine from
the displaced persons camp.MC.
Altered Quotas Asked
NEW YORK (JTA).A resolu-
tion asking the United Nations to
apportion quotas to its member
nations for absorption of Europe's
displaced persons and refugees on
an equitable, non-sectarian basis
was unanimously adopted by
delegates of 3,000 fraternal, labor,
and religious organizations at the
62nd annual convention of HIAS.
The parley adopted a $4,010,000
budget for 1947.
Young People', t^^
Sponsors Purirn >
The Second Annual ft, l
of the Young Peop?J5>H
the Miami Beach ji^H
mumty Center will ,'f H
Saturday evening, uJJt M
us^dTSi^^rJ
andothergamesto7-=!S
pies League game and l\Z\
room at the new Miami 9
Community Center to h. 3l
at 17th st. and Washfe?
Entertainment win be provJ
by Al Sussman, Joe ?T*l
Norma Raskin Tic-kM. I
$1.50 single and S^S
may be purchased fromiwj
ber of the league. ^"I
Chairmen are Mr. Frank zJ
and Howie Levine. The vai
committees will be heafcuS
Selma Lewis and Marty OmA
berg, program; Howie uTI
Frank Zieve and Joyce Lid|
stein, band and refreshments,all
Shirley Pardo, assisted by W
Raskin, publicity.
Other committees are: Be^al
Zacaloff, Winnie Epstein, ShL-fc, I
Blact. Gil Godlcy, Lucille YapjM
Marilyn Wolf, Jack Kilo* ijl
Marty Gomet, decorations; Aid
Sackler, Adele Dreysuf, tickdl
distribution, and Herbert Epnal
David Esenberg, Stanley" MM
and Jack Kilow, poster.
Norma Raskin will act ai jJ
committee chairman, assisted bfI
Winnie Epstein, Gertrude M;;bJ
Marilyn Wolf, Gil Godley,Ben5|
Zacaloff and Adele Dreysuf
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PAOt TWEMTY-THHB
Ucwluoft WaJtiMfr
ORTHODOX
irnNGBEGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wa.hinglon eve..
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louii D. Feder.
BrirtaV evening service at 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning service
*!, Bu- Mitzva of Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Cutler.
ii Mescheloff will address the Bar Mitzva boy. Guest speaker
he Rabbi Leo Geiger, representative of the United Jewish
il who has returned only last week from an extended tour of
Hnlv Land. His subject will be "What of the Jews?" Inter-
ne service for teen-age youth at 9:00 under the supervision
e board of education. Junior Congregation at 10:00 under the
vision of Mr. Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddish served to
groups bv a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4:00 with
S J Fieedman in charge. Mincha at 6:00 followed by Shalos
,'dos Rabbi Mcscheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week.
riv al 7 00. Regular meeting of the Men's and Women's chap-
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi Saturday night at 8:00. Mr. Abra-
Cohen. national treasurer of Mizrachi, will be guest speaker,
day school from 10:00 to 12:00 noon. Daily school from 3:15 to
p.m.
LEGAL NOTICES
[the
Miami Beach.
ni'SSSE, ,S FS^W VEN >at
ho undersigned, desiring to engage in
2S!fi!2|g 'i';''"r ,he "t'liua name of
1 o\\ Ml FURNITURE, at M22 S. W.
Eighth Street, Miami. Florida. Intends
f ','x .',"r s,ai<1 "aine wl,h the Clerk
or the < Ircult Court of Dado County.
rlonila.
WINSTON GASSEI.L FURNI-
WASMAN BL^Sfc" '"*
Attorneys for Applicant.
S/i-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE IM HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Sl"?.1??" under the fictitious name of
POWER CLEANERS, at 1420 S. W
EiKiith Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN BECK
WAl.l.Y STEINBERG
WASMAN & SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant*.
3/7-14-21-28 4/4
LE6AL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NYES DEPARTMENT STORE, at
OJus, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
IRVING DAVID NIDITCH
CECELIA CLARE NIDITCH
LEO ROSEN,
Attorney for Applicants.
2/28 3-7-14-21-28
I BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid are
IRackovsky.
IFridav Mincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. An Oneg
boat, to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p.m. Rabbi
fckovsky will speak. Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second min-
n 9 a.m. The rabbi will conduct the services and preach. Mincha,
jm followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi will discuss the portion
[the week, Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in
ncha. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish
fs and customs. Special reading Saturday Parshes Paroh, prayer
the new month Shabbos Mevorchim Hachoves Nisun. Laws of
Passover are being taught at the evening service.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Rabbi Joseph u....... Coral Gables, Fla.. Intends to
|register said name with the Clerk of
Hie Circuit Court of Dade I
Florida. *
STANLEY J. BROMBERG,
___. Sole Owner.
SILVER. KAPLAN & D1ETZ,
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
| MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. S90 S. W.
avc, Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
[Friday evening Kabolas Shabbos 6:00 p.m. Saturday services
10 a.m. Services will be conducted by Cantpr Schmulekel Salkow,
fcierly of Hartford, Conn. Mincha 5:45 p.m. followed by Shalos
Uos. Sunday school 10:00. Daily services 7 and 8 a.m. Bes
fvekd 9 to 12 noon.
CONSERVATIVE
| CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are- Miami.
hbi Max Shapiro, Rey. Maurice Mamches.
[Late Fri lay evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor
niches, ted by the choir, will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro's
bject, "Where Are Our Leaders?" will be based on the theme of
deration Sabbath. Mr. and Mrs. William Litt will be hosts at the
eption in the auditorium which follows immediately after the
v.u Tins reception is in honor of the memory of Mrs. Litt's
kther. Sabbath services commence at 8 a.m. with students' ser-
ies at 10:30 a.m. During the Sabbath services, Elton, son of Mr.
Mrs Meyer H. Goldfield, will become Bar Mitzva.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HADLEY BUILDING, at 125 N. E.
Kill Street, Miami. Fla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD LAMPERT
MAE E. RIVKIND
AHA M L1TSITZ
SAMMIE FEINSTE1N
ESTHER FEIN STEIN
2'28 3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE'S BAR, at 3701 N. W. 6th St.,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SYLVESTER STRINGER
2/28 8/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage is
business under the fictitious name of
GRAPHIC ARTS BUILDING, at 116-
118-120-122 N. H. Sixth St., Miami,
Fla., intend to ri-Klster said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRED K. SHOCHET
ETHEL, SHOCHET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SM. S CUT HATE, at 2100 N. Miami
Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY SAKS,
Sole Owner.
2/21-28 3/7-14-21
| MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
ach. Rabbi frying Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
ban, executive director.
[Lighting of candles, 6:11 p.m. Kabbalas Shabbas service, 5:15
Late Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will
kach on the subject, "A Voice in the Wilderness." Cantor Jacob
[Goldi-inu will chant the service, assisted by the Center choir.
Iturday morning service, 9:00 a.m. In honor of the community-
de celebration of Federation Sabbath, Mr. Stanley C. Myers will
guest speaker. Mincha at 5:00 p.m. and Shalosh S'udos at 5:15
. Daily services are held during the week at 8:00 a.m. and
p.m.
LIBERAL
EMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase are, Miami Beach, Rabbi
on Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
[Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on
fcrusalem Looks to Beth Sholom." The aervice will be dedicated
I the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on the launching of the
47 drive. Sabbath service. 10:45 a.m. Bar Mitzva of Robert
oper. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions of all
pices. Worshippers are urged to come early and meditate in
Temple during the 15-minute organ prelude which precedes
Ml service.
REFORM
I TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st MiamL Rabbi Colman A
pitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
[Sabbath evening services, 8:15 p.m. In observance of the 1947
pipaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mr. William D.
pger. general campaign chairman, will represent Federation in
f pulpit at the services, conducted by Rabbi Zvritman. David, son
[Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Zimmon, will become Bar Mitzva. A re-
ption in his honor will be held in Kaplan hall. Sabbath morning
frvices, 11 00 a.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the Biblical
Irtion of the Week.
NOTICE IS HKREHY C1YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ml'RRAY MFCS. & DISTRIBUTING
CO. tnot inc.), at 2829 S. W. Bird
ROtld, Miami. Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY GOTTLIEB
H. SIDNEY KES8ELMAN
Equal I'artners.
AM'IS BENJAMIN,
Attorney.
2/28 3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigncd.'dcsiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STAR BEVERAGES, ai 2117 N. Miami
Avenue. Miami, Dade County. Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUI8 WARHAFT ft
KAY DAI.EY,
Partnership.
MARX FEINBERG,
Attorney for Applicants.
2/28 3/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARK VIEW ISLAND, at 839 "3rd
St.. Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOTUS POSNER
ROSE POSNER
LOUIS' KENIN
HARRY MA8LOW
MYERS. IIKIMAN & KAPLAN.
$30 Seybold lildg.
Attorneys for Applicants.
3/14-21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FOSTER'8 DEPARTMENT STORE,
at 230 Sunset Drive, South Miami,
Florida, Intends to register snid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 H I.- i "ounty, Florida.
REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT
STORE, INC.,
A Florida Con
BILL I, PAI.UiT.
attorney for Applicant.
?, 14-21-28 1/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring U> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SURF81DE QUALITY MARKET, at
9332 Harding Avenue, Burfslde, Dade
County, Fla- Intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BENJAMIN ABRAM8
REP. A A 111'..\ MS
HARRY D1ETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Bldg.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage 11
business under the fictitious name o(
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE SUPPLY
at 221 X. W. 27th Btreet, Miami. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with th
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
ISAAC EMMER
I VCK M. EMMER
Petitioners.
MYERS, HEIMAN n KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petition! n
3 14-21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE TRAILER SALES COM-
PANY, at 7037 N. E. Second Avenue,
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
31S, INC.
WASMAN A SILVER.
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE MAID ICE CREAM COMPANY,
at 2"4 N. W. 12th Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Couny
Florida.
HERBERT B. WILENSKY
THEODORE J. 8AKOWITZ,
Attorney for Herbert B. Wilensky.
2/28 3/7-14-21-28
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews are- Ft. Lauderdale.
U>bi David Raab.
[Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. a special musical service will be
p. Rabbi David Raab will conduct the service and deliver a
pef talk on the subject: "Let Music Ring." Following this, a pro-
*m will be presented under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Dana
PJs, soloist and organist, respectively. In addition, Miss Marian
I Cohen, soprano, of Miami Beach, will be guest soloist. To round
p the musical evening, Mr. Michael Bassin, well known violinist
iur11 Lauderdale, will render several Palestinian selections. The
phc may attend. A grand concert of Jewish music will take place
\Sunday evening, March 30, at 8:30 p.m. at the Temple under the
fection of Mr. Joseph Schreibman, featuring Cantor Jacob Y.
Waring.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
utman, rabbi and executive director. M ... 1M
I nday evening, Rabbi Max Kaufman will conduct religious
[vices at 8:15 o'clock. His topic for the evening will be New
fas In An Old Mind." Host and hostess at the Oneg Shabbat
towing the services' will bt Mr. and 10*. ATOoodman." Saturday
-' *" a.m. Hostess will be Mrs. Anna Feingold.
rning services at io
ASTOR HOTEL
"8 WASHINGTON AVE. M. B-
Presents
C2r R-J{ Kn^ Palestj?.e
101. Radio and Concert Singer
MORDECAI
r VARDEINI
L^E PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
aT.* ?" 8*ri*lY Kothr
J" Accept European Plan
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in,
business under the fictitious name of
FARMSIDE TRAILER PARK. St 8500
Blscayne Boulevard, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
H W. MERTENS
LUCILLE J. MERTENS
WASMAN & SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DETROIT DELICATESSEN, at 228 W.
Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1'lda- JACOB KRASNER
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
3/7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage In
business under the fictitious "ame of
PAULETTB KIDDIE S"HOr, at 240
N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. F.oridHa.RRY ^^
Sole Owner.
MTERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/28 3-7-14-21-28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV THE1 (lRCriT COCRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 107324
LUIS OREIFF,
Plaintiff,
MINNIE SOBEL OREIFF,
Defendant.^____,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MINNIE SOBEL GREIFF.
or MRS. MINNIE, SOBEL.
108 Lakevlt-w Avenue,
Clifton. New Jersey. .
Ton are hereby notified and ordered
, ,,,,. to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you HVfJPg**
tvled cause on or before the 2nd day
of April. 1MTJ otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
lUt this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
The JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
paper published In Dads County,
F1DVrED this 3rd day of March, 1947.
E B I.KATIIKRMAN,
Clerk" of Circuit Court.
By Wit W. STOCKING,
SAM BTLVER,
Solicitor for P'"'"'1"-
1105 Congress Building,
Miami 32. Florida.
J/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TURCHIN INVESTMENT CO., at
1121 l.",th Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk 6f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT L. TURCHIN
BEN TURCHIN
GERTRUDETURCHIN
WALTER O. KOVNER.
Attorney for Applicants.
2/14-21-28 S/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LYNN PARK HOTEL, at 27-29 N. E.
4th Street, Miami, Fla,. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN SCHWARTZ
LILLIAN SCHWARTZ
SAMUEL WEINBERG
ELAINE WEINBERG
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
2/14-21-28 3/7-14
M iTICE is HEREBY Ql\ EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engace in
business under the fictitious name ot
SAVOY HOTEL, at 252 N. \\ Second
Street, Miami, Dade County. Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LILLIAN A. REICH
HARRY DIETZ, ,
Attorney for Applicant.
, is Bids;.
I Li-U-2* 4,4-U________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring :<> <-ngage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Sl'Zf-HEI.I.I* at Room 293. Emory*
Riddle Building. 3240 N. W. 27th Ave..
intend to register said name with th
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Floridn.
BELLE BKRMANN
SYLVIA ROTHSTE1N
RAE GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicants.
J/7-14-21-28 4/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 107205
LEROY A. EDENFIELD,
Plaintiff,
MOLL1E EDENFIELD,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MOLLIE EDENFIELD.
Address unknown.
Y'ou are hereby notified and or-
dered to appear to the BUI of Com-
plaint for divorce filed against you In
the above styled cause on or before
the 31st day of March 1947: ether;
wise the allegations of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you. .....
Let this Order be published once a
sreek for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County, Flor-
ida
DATED this 26th day of February,
1947.
tSEAL)E b ]KATnKRMANi
Clerk of Cli cult Court.
By M. C. Creen.
Deputy Clerk.
BAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1105 Congress Building,
Miami 32, Florida.
2/28 3/7-14-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 107062
WILLIAM O GREY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AGNES GREY,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: AGNES GREY,
Hill Street (Boi 142),
North Hadley, Massachusetts.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 21st day
of March, 1947; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 20th day of February,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Oterk of Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1105 Congress Building,
Miami, 32, Florida.
1/21-28 1/7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 10704U
ALICE MUTI,
Plaintiff,
CARL JOSEPH MUTI.
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: CARL JOSTEPH MUTI,
822 Parsons Boulevard,
Jamaica, Long Island,
New York.
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
Styled cause on or before the 2:st day
,.r March, 1947: otherwise the allega-
tions of said BUI of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
It this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in
Tin: JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 20th day of February,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1105 Congress Building,
Miami, 82. Florida.
2.21-28 S/7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FIX1RIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 106969-C
JOSEPHINE TROPP.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARTHUR TROPP,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ARTHUR TROPP,
lit Knoll Street,
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby notified and orderet
to appear to the Bill of Complaint fol
Divorce filed against you In the abovt
styled cause on or before the 21st daj
Of March, 1947: otherwise the allega-
tions of said BUI of Complaint will In
taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks la
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florida.
DATED this 20th day of February,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1105 Congress Building,
Miami, 32, Florida.
2/21-28 3/7-14

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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
IN THE MAIL
Dear Sirs:
At the invitation of Mr Max
Greenberg, I visited the Jewish
Home for the Aged in Miami. The
thrill that I got at the time I in-
spected the entile project is be-
yond imagination. It is not an
institution, it is a Home, and thai
is the light in which it is re-
garded by the elderly men and
women living thereit is then
home.
I have been connected with
Homes for the Aged throughout
the country during my lifetime,
but the physical and medical care
lavished upon the residents here,
the efforts put forward to pro-
vide for their every need and
comfort, filled me with gratifica-
tion and admiration. It can well
be regarded as a model after
which institutions of a similar
nature can pattern themselves.
To those of us who are inter-
ested in extending a helping hand
to the less fortunate in our com-
munity (and which community
does not have this situation to
cope with), it ii very evident
that the care of the aged will
present an ever-growing prob-
lem Miami is a refuge for el-
derly persons allergic to the i x
treme cold of the North, who arc
suffering with hearl tn
asthma, arthritis, and other or-
ganic diseases that come with ad-
vanced age. and who find relief
in the sparkling sunlight and
his warmth of our elm ate
Some who come he e an well
able to take care of themselves:
but there are also those who come
here seeking relief from theil
ailments but without ample funds
fur their welfare. They are the'
ones -ho within a few years be-.
the care of the community.
The men and women in our
". therefore, who recognized
this need, and gave so generously
of theii timi and thi ii means to
make ample provision for those
who need help in their declining:
are to be congratulated |
upon their vision and fore
in providing a Home which is
one of the iutstanding institut
of its kind that I have b< i
t to dat
1 would like to take this n ins
of :onveying to Mr and Mrs Max
nberg my Bincere thanks foi
affording me the opportunity of
visiting the Jewish Home for tin-
Aged in Miami, and letting mi
with my own eye;-, how lo\ i
humanity and thoughtful con-]
lidei ation for the ni ithei s,
can bring to lonely men and
women in the evening of theii
lives comfort, security, pi
companionship, Maj the
' ''H strength to stiength
S. B. KOMAIKO.
Chicago v -
,..,.. i i ... ,i i. ..
Joui mil and x
i Home ^ .-..-l
I 1(0
Folk Chorus Prepares
For Third Anniversary
Preparations are now ui
way for the third anniversary
celebration by the Create! Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus. The event
will take place on Sunday. March
23, in Miami Beach High school
The singing of the cantata
"Ester Hamalka" (Queen Esthei I
will climax the evening's program
of Jewish, Hebrew Palestinian
and English songs. The text ol
the ^antata was written by Wolfe
Younih and the music by Maurice
Rauch.
7i3GUST BROS Rvc
^ Is the BEST?
A Jewish Variety Program
under the direction of Jacob
Schachter will be presented
over Station WINZ at 9:30 a.m..
Sunday. The program will
present a talk by Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sho-
lom and songs by Chana Gross-
berg and Jan Bart, stars of
screen and radio.
Members of the Workmen's
Circle Women's Club 692 of
Miami Beach have invited their
friends to a membership get-
together luncheon and card
party to take place Tuesday,
2 p.m.. at the Labor Lyceum.
25 Washington ave..
Beach.
Miami
Hebrew School Meets
A regular meeting of the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior con-
ition has beer, called for
Wednesday, March 19, at 8:30
p.m. at the Mum,, VM&WHA.
1567 S. W. 5th st. .
The board of directors advises
that plans for the Hebrew school
ut s W 11th st. and 12th ave. are
'progressing. Until the comple-
tion of the new school, classes are
being conducted by Rabbi Simon
April Monday through Thursday
from 4 to 6 o'clock at Riverside
school, S. W. 2nd st. and 12th
ave. Registrations are accepted
daily at 4 p.m. ^^^^
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COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
CAMPAIGN CALENDAR
Friday, March 14 and Saturday. MarrK ii
FEDERATION SABBATH
Sunday, March 16
KICK-OFF BREAKFAST
Columbus Hotel, 10 A.M.
Monday. March 17First Report Luncheon
Wednesday. March 19Second Report Lunch..
Friday. March 21-Third Report Luncheon
Monday. March 24Fourth Report Luncheon
All Report Luncheons Will Be Held At th
ALCAZAR HOTEL 12:15 P.M.
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PASSOVER
HOLIDAY WEEK
in the Pleasures of a
PRIVATE HOME
With Strictly Kosher Food
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