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The Jewish Floridian ( March 21, 1947 )

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^ %  T H E J,E W I S H U N I T Y \ ami THE JEWISH WEEKLY fc[uME 20--NUMBER 12 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS [WISH PROPERTY BE RESTORED T. STUTTGART (JTA).—Tens of ousands of German Jews whose operty and businesses were lipped from t" em during the Lzi regime will receive restituunder a law approved this lc by the German Council of Btes, comprising the minister esidents of the four states in US.-occupied zone. The uue of the properties to be rebred runs into hundreds of milIns of dollars. The measure must be approved the American Military Govament before being promulI, but such approval is cerl since the legislation was (opted at the suggestion, and cause of the insistence, of the llitary Government officials \i the State Department. It been in the process of draftand discussion for almost a ar. hn making public the law, the prman official! pointed out that I might work a hardship on perwho purchased confiscated ttty in ignorance of its ori1 \ also said that its en^cement will be hampered until lere is uniform legislation Jroughout Germany. Dr. Hans %  ard, minister president of Bakria. said in an accompanying liter that the legislation conthe same loopholes that alfted Nazis to escape de-NazifiItion by tlccing to another zone. piota May Be Increased JERUSALEM (JTA). — Reorts were circulating her* this Jtek that High Commissioner Alan G. Cunningham had btained the British GovernMnt's approval of a plan to Bcrease the monthly immigration quota for Jaws to 2,500. po reliable source was willing %  confirm the rumors, but the onibility of such action waa ot excluded. A magistrate here refused to •lease on bail lhe 20 members the crew of the blockade "nner Ben Hecht. Ha reMnded them for trial in 15 Combined Jewish Appeal Sets Pace CHANCELLOR FIGL For Nation As Half Million Is APPEAL PLEDGES Pledged BEGIN CJA APPEAL More than 500 Jewish leaders— "majors" and "captains" in an army of 2,000 workers—met last Sunday morning at the Columbus hotel to launch the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami, first such drive on behalf of refugees, overseas needs and Palestine to be held in any major city in the United States this year. These workers are now engaged in a mats solicitation of the Jewish community in a fund-raiting campaign for SI,309,741, "the graaiett undertaking of Jewt tinea they first tettled here 50 yeart ago," according to Stanley C. Myert, campaign leader and chairman of the National Council of Jewish Federation! and Welfare Funds. "This campaign also marks our joining the list of cities throughout the nation that are raising more than one million dollars each in Jewish Appeals this year," Mr. Myers said. He pointed out that the drive, which lasts through March 26, has two main purposes: One—the building of a better community through support of nine local Jewish institutions; two—the saving of lives and the reclamation of lands overseas. Of the $1,309,741 to be raised here, $900,000 will go to the United Jewish Appeal, Myers said. The balance will be distributed among 51 other agencies, and a total of more than $130,000 in Greater Miami. Guest speaker at last Sunday's meeting was Dr. Ruth Gruber, foreign correspondent, who told of her experiences in Europe and Palestine while accompanying the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry. "You hold the lives of 250,000 Jews in your hands." taid Dr. Gruber. If you succeed in your campaign and the reel of the Jaws in America tucceed in their effort! to rait* the Fourth Report Lunch Slated For Monday The fourth report luncheon meeting in the current Combined Jewish Appeal will be held Monday. March 24. at 12:15 p.m. at the Hotel Alcazar. It will be dedicated to the Hotel Division which, under the co-chairmanship of Irving Frankel and Sam Lachman, hat accepted a quota of $250,000. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver the invocation. $170,000,000 goal of the United Jewish Appeal, thete Jewt in the ditplaced persons' campt of Europe will take heart. Your tuccest will give them renewed hope." Upon the conclusion of Dr. Gruber's talk, the entire assemblage took a pledge with upraised arms to work unstintingly for the success of the local drive. Wm. D. Singer, chairman of the joint Combined Appeal and the recent Mt. Sinai hospital building fund drive for $2,500,000 was anCampaign Quotas Trades $650,000 Hotel 250,000 Winter Retidentt 150,000 Metropolitan 150,000 Women't Gift 85,000 Special Astignment 21,741 Youth 3,000 Total Goal $ 1,309,741 other speaker. "We set the pace for giving for the rest of lhe world latt year," he declared. "We intend to do it again ... for the achievement of our goal here will tei the tone throughout the nation. "Jewt in the United Statet but first of all here in Greater Miami will decide how many shall live and how many thall die in Europe in 1947." The following message was sent to the meeting from former Sec(Contimted on Page 5) GREATER MIAMI JEWISH LEADERS TAKE MASS PLEDGE REPRESENTATION VIENNA (JTA) — Chancellor Leopold Figl agreed to the inclusion of a Jewish representative on the Austrian delegation to the Moscow conference, if tha expected invitation permits a large enough group. The promise was made following a request by David Brill, president of tha Vienna Jewish community, who visited Figl. Figl stated that he was in complete agreement with the Jewish community's demands for the creation of a Jewish rehabilitation fund derived from the property of Jews who died heirless, to be administered by the Jews under government control. Both the chancellor and Brill agreed on the principle that the Jewish property shall .remain within the country. Figl said that he would recognize the Vienna Jewish community as the sole spokesman for the Jews, asserting that other organizations which have expressed an interest in the problem are "private" groups. Brill suggested that the government permit the naturalization of a number of foreign and displaced Jews now in the country, particularly professions who are badly needed in the Austrian economy. The chancellor agreed to the request in principle, but insisted that each individual casa must be judged on its own merits. (A report from Vienna, published in New York Saturday, states that the Soviet representatives on the Allied Control Council for Austria has balked at approving a law covering restitution of Jewish property recently adopted by the Austrian parliament on the basis that it would endanger Soviet rights to former the United Jewish Appeal through j German property in eastern Auslocal contributions. tria. Wednesday, March 19.—Pledges to the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami totaled 2,387 today for a sum of $506,334 toward the $1,309,741 campaign which began here last Sunday. Announcement was made by Wm. D. Singer, general chairman at the second report meeting at the Alcazar roof. The meeting was dedicated to the women's division, under Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, which has pledged itself to raise $85,000 in this appeal for 52 causes, including the United Jewish Appeal for refugees, overseas needs and Palestine. Nine of the beneficiary agencies are in Miami. Women workers to date have raised nearly $60,000 of their quota. Mrs. Myers reported. "We have a special stake in campaigning for the first time," she said. "Miami women will not fail in their responsibilities to their unfortunate sisters overseas." On the dais with Mrs. Myers were Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of women's special gifts: Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, co-chairmen of the Miami and Beach sections, respectively. Rabbi Aaron Kahan, most decorated chaplain in the armed forces, formerly director of displaced persons camps in upper Austria, was guest speaker. He told of his experiences in the DP camps and urged the support of Palestine Jews Rejoice As Martial Law Is Lifted WjH? 9 /' ^Pondin, to a pl.a by Campaign Chairman Stanl.y C. My., the entire audience, attend ft la Sunday', campaign opwJng br^xkiast. .tood up and with MPW^cTenM P**W >l will be ..nt to displaced per.on.^amp. In Europe a. a token of hope and encouragefr om th. J #w 0 | Greater Miami, eay. Mr. Myers. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Martial law was lifted at noon on Monday from Tel Aviv and its numerous environs and the large Jewish section of Jerusalem after having been in force since early I in March. The signal for the end of military rule was greeted with joyous shouts and rejoicing throughout the "sealed areas." In Jerusalem thousands of men, women and children had assembled on both sides of the barbed wire barricades waiting for the sound of a whistle blast to rush toward their friends and relatives on the other side. Although heavily armed troops on foot and in armored cars patrolled the area, the impatient crowds broke through the wire a few minutes ahead of the deadline, shouting "Shalom" and "Mazcl Tov." As men and women embraced each other at the "borders," trucks began driving into the former controlled areas carryinga variety of foods, medicines and other necessities which had been in short supply for the last two weeks. A Jewish Agency spokesman told a press conference that the Jewish community was stiii doubtful of the necessity for martial law or of its effectiveness. He said that the government still had an opportunity tQ calm down the country if it would consent to increased immigration. "Unless and until immigration to Palestine is allowed, we have no illusions about the continuance of bitterness and tension," he concluded. The Haganah radio "Voice of Israel" warned the Jews that although martial law was ended, the White Paper was still in effect. The announced declared that the imposition of a military regime had been aimed at undermining Jewish demands for immigration and at driving a wedge between the Jews and their representative institutions. He asserted that the dissidents and the Palestine government had one common aim—to discredit the Jewish leadership—but that tha "intrigue" had not been successful. Minutes before martial law ended in Jerusalem British soldiers carried out a search in tha Bukhara quarter. An entire block was checked thoroughly, (Continued on Page 5)



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PAGE TWO *Jflstncrkitori I i Junior Symphony Opens Concert Series Sunday First concert of the University of Miami junior symphony has been scheduled for Sunday afternoon at 4:30 in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Gerard Haft, member of the university's music school faculty, will direct the orchestra, and Caroline Hayman, pianist, will appear as soloist. Program for the concert will include Concerto Grosso in B flat major by G. F. Handel; overture to the opera "Bastien and Bastienne" and minuet from the quintet in C major, K. 515, by Mozart; Concerto for piano in D major by Haydn, and Symphony N. 5 in B flat major by F. Schubert. Haft, who was born in Rotterdam, Holland, is a graduate of the Mozart academy in Salzburg, Austria, where he studied conducting under Bruno Walter, Felix von Weingartner, and Bernhard Baumgartner. During the two years he spent in the United States army he conducted the Ft. Devens Symphony orchestra and chorus. Also a 'cellist, Haft appeared recently as soloist with the University symphony orchestra. BaLij Parade Sharon Lynne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman, was born February 16 .. Sherril Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knobel, arrived ->n March 11 Janis Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Orlorf. 6932 N. E. Second ave.. March 4 Frances Ann, daughter of Mr. .nd Mrs. Martin Lazar, 2921 Sheridan ave., was born Mc -^ 4 Bernard Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Holzer, 12111 Biaca,ne blvd., M -' 2 Frederick Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard G" '-stein, arrived March 6. lerumadif Speaking Atlanta Jaycees Honor Former Miami Attorney Miami Elks Hold Dance For Children's Home Fund-raising for the HarryAnna Crippled Children's Home at Umatilla is the purpose behind the Miami Elks lodge annual Spring Carnival on the showgrounds at N. W. Seventh st. and ,,f jhe Miami Jaycees, and presi12th ave., from March 21 through I dent of B'nai B'rith Sholom lodge. March 29, excluding Sunday Irving K. Kaler, former Miami resident and son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaler, 560 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, was honored this month when the Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce selected him Year. Mr Kaler, young attorney, was presented a gold key in recognition of his leadership and service to the community "without consideration for race, color or creed." A veteran, he is state and city service officer for the Jewish War Veterans, a director of B'nai B'rith youth organization, and is on the Atlanta Jay-cee Associate board. The young lawyer is the cousin of Mr. Sam Silver, vice president Mr. Jack Burd. service officer for Jewish War Veterans for the state of Florida, is back at his post at Dinner Key Veterans Administration office after having been discharged from the Nautilus hospital on March 14. Guests of the Hotel Netherlands are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn of Elizabeth, N. J. The Kahns are former residents of Miami. They will visit their friends here and return to their home next week. Richard Charles Schulman, trumpet protege, will perform at a Bayfront park concert this evening. He is the 12-year-old Chanim of Macon, Ga. Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, director of B'nai B'rith Girls, District 5, spent the weekend of February 21 in Orlando visiting the Orlando chapter of the B. B. G's. She was entertained with a luncheon at the Fort Gatlin hotel, at which various topics and future plans were di rssed. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Zuker are wintering at the Hotel Commodore, Miami Beach. The Zukers are residents of Butler, Pa. A personal luncheon shower, in honor of her forthcoming son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry marriage was tendered Beverly March 23. William Shayne. general chairman, has announced that a wide variety of riding devices, sideshows and other attractions will be presented by Endy Brothers' Shows at the festival, with a brand new automobile to be given i morrow afternoon at 3:30 when awav on the concluding day. ,' he Spinoza Forum meets at 124 An admission of 20 cents will be, Hth St., Miami Beach. charged at the gate. Children Charles H. Lee will lecturer on accompanied by their parents will [ Astronomy on Tuesday evening be admitted free. FURNISHED BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT For Six Monthi BegmninQ May Firat REASONABLE RATE Not Far From CALL 5LE HATE I Lincoln Road 5-5919 I % urdine's Bates "Sun Country" Prints of washable Enka Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables. His program will include Harry James' Concerto for Trumpet and the "Flight of the Bumblebee," by Rimsky Korsokov. Mrs. Lena Alperstein of Chicago arrived Tuesday to visit s Young Man of the, her daugh ter, Shirley, of the Regent hotel, Miami Beach. A Bris for Frederic Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein, 317 Mendoza ave., Coral Gables, was held March 13 at Jackson Memorial hospital, with Rev. Maurice Mamches officiating. Dr. Glickstein, father of Mr. Harry Glickstein, assisted at the ceremony as did the child's godfather, Mr. Louis Skobel, and the godmother, Mrs. William Samelson. Among the many guests who attended were the mother's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Samelson, and her brother. Dr. Charles Samelson, who motored to Miami from Chicago to be present Mr. John Feller and Mrs. Sara Feller, brother-in-law and sisterin-law, celebrated their birthdays on March 10 with a dinner at Hickory House. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. Spinoza Forum Hears Clarke Book Review 'Alexander Hamilton'' by Schachner will be the subject of the review by Edward Clarke toand Wednesday evening the guest speaker will be Dr. Harry F. Ward, professor emeritus of the Union Theological seminary of America. His topic v. ill be "Russia." Rayon $ I Yard When your pattern is the pet of your Easter plans the call is for fabric like thisl Designed with imagination, styled with a flair for beauty. Tested for color fastness in Bates laboratories! Backgrounds include petal pink, brown, black, navy blue, and sky blue. Width, about 39 inches. MIAMI STORE, FABRICS CENTER, SECOND FIXK3R Miamian Gets National Sisterhood Board Post Mis. Reba Enler Epstein. Miami attorney and president of the Sisterhood of Temple Is: ad, has recently been elected to the bend of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Mrs. Epstein will serve as a member of the committee on religious extension. She was asked to serve .n recognition of the work which she had been doing both in the local Sisterhood ann in the Southwest Region of thi Federation. Baltimore Club Plans Party For Beach 'Y' Fund The Miami Beach YM&WHA's $300,000 building fund will be recipient of proceeds of the card party and stage show which the Baltimore Club of Florida will %  nt on Thursday, April 17, at the National Hotel auditorium. The show will be staged and produced by Aaron Rosenberg, chairman. Harry R. Sherman is president of the group. DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100 o Wool Angora—Sport Yarn—Corda Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store S02 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 6th St. Next to Dad* Phrm. LADY DRIVING TO PITTSBURGH OR VICINITY About March 25th Wants Couple or Lady to Help Drive and Share Expense PHONE 5-9094 RUDY BUYS SELLS TRADES Late Model Used Cart New Rentali Body and Fender Work Upholstering — Seat Covers Complete Motor Overhaul Bumper to Bumper Service 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-0519 CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In ihe Land of the Sku" HENDERSONVILLE, N. C • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Director 950 Jefferson Ave., Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 August by her friends. Miss Irene Jacobs, Dorothy Boss and Lynn Rabin at the Antilla hotel, Coral Gables, Sunday afternoon. Friends of Benn Bloom wish him tr > best of luck in his new building at 2045 N. W. First ave. Mr. Bloom is owner of the Royal Palm Men's Sport Shop. A birthday r -rty for Annette Resnit of Paris, France, and Miami will be given tomorrow evening at the home of Sylvia Sir, 811 Jefferson ave. The party is being given by Elaine Kline and Nettie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg left Thursday for Savannah where Mr. Blumberg will observe the Yahrzeit of his parents Mrs. Etta LeVine left Thursday morning for a visit with friends in Chicago. JWB WILL REVEAL FINDINGS OF SUREY Results of a representative and national sampling of American Jewish opinion on the function and operations of the National Jewish Welfare board and on the future of the Jewish Community Center movement will be made public at JWB's annual meeting at the William Penn hotel, Pittsburgh, from Saturday evening, May 10 to Monday, May 12. A culmination of a year-long survey, the poll is the basis of the report of the JWB Survey commission, whose recommendations will be revealed at the 1947 convention. itnccLn ))> IMCOIN IOAD MIAMI M ACM TOUJN lAST FLAGHt AT }>4 OPEN rG4SA.* C'flPiTOl C*IN I14S A M. CAMP SKYLARK Ire. FOR GIRLS ON OSCEOLA LAKE HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Telephone Dorothea Dubler at 9-1923 Miamii Girli 6 to 16 Now Being Enrolled AT THREE THEATRES She DANCED and whips lathed for her favor I She KISSED and great mutio was born! She LOVED and Morocco's maddest moments began! YVONNE DE CARLO Jean Pierre Aumont Brian Donlevy Eve Arden Phillip Read "SONG OF SCHEHERAZADE" IN TECHNICOLOR lit A-^ricon Bear* et Thetu rhaXr"7 V SI Sigma sorority of,, f hl 2\ A banquet f !" i their dates will p^SS? J oa. High] 1Khts P ^ ,J fre t 0 be a jh e Vfr J troduce new pledge a d n a n W| dance to introduce £ ^ B'llyKoeppa Iand 1 2 a, Sj w.ll provide the musl >| Mrs. Theodore Simon, 1 *l Lucille Lichtcnsteu ?*£ as chaperons. m IB M DPhiE'sChoosTc^p,,, Queen At MardiGra, A campus queen will I* ^m at the Delta Phi Epsilon w* ity's Mard, Gras Satul^ nmg at 1010 West ave d Beach. The event will' £] first costume ball ever heUS students of the University! Miami. Entertainment has beerial uled or every half hour' 2 the evening. The talent -a=bl chosen from professionals",,, appearing in Greater Miami < \ Feature of the ball is the f J entation of new pledges Kkl Mary Merritt, dean of WOBJ and Dr. Bowman Ashe, presufcal of the University, have xJ asked as chaperons. Arlene Finesman and Baronl Braunstein head the commM on arrangements. too Ad **W" ae^ c HEINZ Ko.her and P*"* Baked Beans



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ptnAY. MARCH 21, 1947 -Jenlsti rkrkltofi JEWISH FOLK CHORUS 10 RESENT ANNUAL CONCERT SUNDAY MGE THREE Ichmaxing three yearn of culVal service to the community. L Greater Miami Jewish Folk Lus will present its annual Lert Sunday evening, 8:30, at Ci Beach High school. 1420 texel ave. [•rhe chorus, which originally Lbered eight members, has U wn considerably until now its Lter contains 60 names. An afLte of the Jewish Music Allifce National Organization, the fou'p lias brought to Greater liami the excellent renditions of jaditional and modern Jewish lusic. I Louis Powcsky has been conLctor of the group since its intption. Miss Rose Robin serves i accompanist. f Highlight of the anniversary Lcert will be the rendition of fce "Esther Hamalka Cantata," he story of Purim in song. This lork was written by Maurice Rauch with a text by Wolfe Younin. Other events on the program include piano selections by Israel Korenman and Jacob Y. Goldring, cantor of the Miami Beach Jewish Community center, as soloist. Tickets may be purchased at Drucker's Jewelry store, 1454 Washington ave., or from Mrs. Augusta Birnberg, secretary of the organization, 1745 S. W. 6th St., or by phoning Mrs. Birnberg at 3-6705. The price is $1.80 for reserved seats and $1.20 general admission. Officers for the chorus are Esther Morris, manager; Max Shlafrock, assistant manager; Edith Lance, treasurer; Isadore Jacobson, social director; Robert Lance, federation delegate; Hilda Shlafrock, librarian, and Morris Rohinsky, membership committee. flagler Track Cites popularity Statistics I The popularity of the sport of Lyhound racing is growing in lie state of Florida like wildfire. IWest Flagler Kennel club's rresent campaign is an indica|on of this. During the first 61 ights of racing at the popular liami do? racing center, 50.255 Lre fans saw the sport than they Id (or the same period of days ist season. This season so far, 1(6.091 fans have witnessed dog Icing at Flagler, while the year Wore, only 325,830 witnessed the tort | The mutuel play at West FlagV to is .ihead of last year, the flagler track being one of the few %  ce tracks of any kind in the Inited States with an increase Ker last year. During the first nights of racing, $10,568,478 Las wagered at Flagler, while for pe same period during last seapr„ $10,543,953 was bet. [West Flagler is now nearing he climax of its 1947 campaign. the track closes its 80-night keeting. the most successful in Jistory. April 3, with the annual nning of the rich West Flagler kennel Club Derby. Seeking Arthur Leone Information is being sought of Arthur Leone on behalf of his wife and infant daughter, who was born subsequent to his disappearance from home, with whom he has failed to communicate and for whom he has failed to contribute support since June, 1946, as a result of which they are at the present time in destitute circumstances and dependent on the aid of relatives. Arthur Leone was born on January 25, 1922, in New York. He is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs 170 pounds, has brown hair, blue eyes, tattoos on both arms and is a truck driver by occupation. He is alleged to be residing in Florida at the present time. Any one aware of his whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion bureau, 67 W. 47th st., New York 19, N. Y. 1*^ la the DE iTt ^. FOR RENT N. W. 10th Court—No. 3201 Large, Airy Double Bedroom Sea Saturday or Sunday All Day Week Daya Before 9 A.M. or After 5:30 P.M. 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Bruce Isaacs, Bernard Mandler, Julie Presar, Bll Landsman, Bill Schwarxman, Warren Supovitz and Jean Fleischman, co-chairmen oi ths university campaign; and Jerome Welnkle. chairman oi the campaign's youth division. Seated: Stanley Saffron. Marilyn Socoloff, Mrs. Albert Michels, Martin Gallowitx. Rabbi Albeit Mlchels. director oi Hillel House; Dan Kaplan. Betty Levy. Marion Gold. Lindy Pessln and Roslyn Perlish. Six fraternities, four sororities and independents" are represented. 24-YEAR HIIRIYMN4HISH CALENDAR IN NEW EDITION! The famoui calendar has fu.t eome from it* 10th reprinting. The demand from the Jewish public continues. The calendar is still free) to our readers. TA 24-reor Htbrnr-enftUh C.Iaaalar...alf Hrbrrw dotn. 1925 <• 1949. All Jnrlih holUmr, to 1964. For your free copy, jurt addreas • poatrard or a lifter to: H. I. HEINZ CO. Dept 12 Pittsburgh, Pa BOXING DORSEY PARK N. W. 17th St. and 1st Ave. Thursday. March 27 8:45 P. M. 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PAGE FOUR t Editorial THE REAL REASON In a face-saving device for the utter failure of its repressive measures against the Yishuv. the British military in Palestine have announced the removal of martial law. This announcement has been accompanied by the canard that martial law has been repealed because many of the Yishuv have turned informers. This is the implication of the communique issuea by the British commander, an implication which has been immediately repudiated by the Yishuv. The Haqanah in a broadcast over its clandestine radio. "Voice of Israel.' categorically declared that while it is against tenor it will not permit the Yishuv to be transformed into a department of the Palestine secret police. This statement was made in answer to the communique for the government that the Jews are cooperating in suppressing violence. The Haganah categorically repudiated this government statement. There are two patent reasons which prompted the repeal of martial law: one, the failure—which was admitted by the British themselves—of martial law to intimidate the Yishuv and to suppress violence since the basic cause of such acts of desperation is the closing of the doors of Palestine; two. because of a desire to relegate to the background the events in Palestine at a time when the question of United States financial aid to the Middle East is being considered by Congress. At a time when Britain is pleading poverty and wished the U. S. to underwrite its financial commitments in Greece and| other parts of the Near East, the British government does no? want that the matter of the huge expenditures involved in martial law in Palestine shall remain constantly in the forefront of the American public particularly when Congress is being asked to vote large sums for the Middle East. S400.000.000 has to date been spent on the maintenance of 100,000 troops in Palestine "for the sake"-—in the words of Winston Churchill— "of a senseless, squalid war aqainst the Jews." This money could profitably be used to provide the necessities of life to the British people at home. The British know that the question is being constantly posed. The British claim that they have notj the means to maintain 10,000 troops in Greece. Where do they! get the money to keep 100,000 troops in Palestine? The removal of martial law has not been done as an act of charity toward the Yishuv but in British interests. The announcement of the repeal oi martial law is just window-dressing since 100,000 troops in Palestine will still remain to bar survivors of Nazi massacres from reaching the Promised Land. rJenistncridku^ Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, Anti-Defamation League Choice Particles: Attention, would-be fuehrers. Homer Loomis, Jr., wealthy playboy loader >f the moribund Columbians, last week appeared betore Judge Quincy Allan in tne Fulton County Superior Court, Georgia, on the complaint oi Ralph Childers, former Columbian, that he had stolen Childers coat. An interesting sidelight of this court drama was the fact that Loomis pleaded poverty and asked the court to assign defense counsel, which the court did. Hati doesn't pay. • • While on the subject of Loomis, his trial last month in connection with his nefarious activities as leader of the Columbians produced another court gem. A Columbian witness claimed that a "number of Jews" attended one of their meetings and attempted to break it up. "Would you know a Jew if you saw one?" the witness was asked by Solicitor General Andrews on cross examination. "Of course I do," the witness replied. Andrews rounded up a group of men and stood them before the witness. "Pick out a Jew." he said. The witness picked out Dupont Wright, the "Atlanta Constitution" court reporter, who is not of the Jewish faith! ii Between You and Me 9 By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. POLITICAL TRENDS: I A PALESTINE STUDY: A new line of political The most valuable and up-tobeing considered by Zioni>t leaddate study on Palestine, covering the United States ... It is every possible angle of Jewish, on the U.S. determination Arab and British policies, was isist Greece and Turpublished this week by the Yale key and to establish a firmer University Press... Entitled siraAmerican pup in the Mediterply "Palestine," 1 the imp: an Since this signifies two-volume study was prepared, direct American participation in by blished for the Esco Rec mmended Books: ti ,1 song writer Irving Caesar's crusade to spread international amity through his remarkable "Songs of Friendship" is especially well known to south Florida residents, what with his several radio broadcasts, appearances in schools, at rallies and before civic organizations. The other day we were approached by a representative of a restricted hotel and wore asked to prevail upon Mr. Caesar to give a recital there. With considerable restraint, the writer explained that he could not suggest such an appearance to Mr. Caesar for fear of offending him, since the unAmerican policy pursued by the hotel was in sharp contradiction with the ideals harbored and expressed by Mr. Caesar in these magnificent songs. the Mediterranean zone, Zionist Foundation foi Palestine of leaders feel that there is no reawhich Ethel and F son any longer why the U.S : ; i fi ind< i and Ri G.Jacobs should not take a leading part in j thi : the Palestine question, beyond lions, b y the standing request of President special staff ol scholars and speTruman for the admission of 100,cialists, the study duals with 000 Jews ... Up to now, the U.S. every a • ]>,',;, s t me beginclaimed that it could influence ning with the development of festering in the South and infectthe Palestine situation only from Zionism in the last century up to in 6 a11 America. the outside ... But now that it is' the findings of the Anglo-Amer" sir 'R a Song of Friendship" by "Southern Exposure"* by Stetson Kennedy. A reporter's report of the Columbians and the The result o ''"' KKK both of which organizations Kennedy joined. This fully documented volume cuts through the maze of the socio-economic-political disease Irving Caesar. A must in every home. These and other books may be obtained through this office of the league at special discount. Objective, factual and comprehensive, this monumental study is dedicated to Rose G. Jacobs, Hadassah leader and Partment officials meet in a group quaint themselves with the Pal T V AJY\ I ltt> f* SL f v A U_ _m_ '11 Sh a %  A I 1ft from time to time with one of the American Zionist leaders to secure his views on Palestine developments ... The first such meeting took place recently, with Dr. Emanuel Neumann outlining the attitude of the Jewish Agency j has been published "by the KM",', toward various aspects of the Foundation ... The studv is writPalestine situation ... Secretary ten and edited to make each Marshall also met with Moshe' chapter absorbing readine Shertok pyor to leaving for MosThus, it is the kind of a work cow The F.B.I, raid on the ~ Arab Office in Washington had nothing to do with the antiZionist propaganda which the office is conducting The F.B.I, was interested in discovering certain connections which some persons in the Arab Office are alleged to maintain, but which have nothing to do with Palestine taking over in Greece and Turkey ican Committee of Inquirv and discussing the establishment j is a kind of encyclopedic e of an Anglo-American base in which overshadowa 11 other Libya, the U.S. Government is no studies published on the political longer an "outsider" in the Near cultural, social and economic and Middle East And Palestine questions concerning Palestine is certainly an important point in | Coming as it does at a tirn'e that part of the world ... ; when the* Palestine Issue ls about it can now be disclosed that i to be placed before the United Secretary of State Marshall, prior i Nations, it is a tremendous conferinnl ing th f M SC0W Con -1 t ribution l0 "e'P'ng both stateslerence, suggested that State Demen and ordinary readers to acmember of the Jewish Agencv executive, who had much ,o do with inspiring it • i EDUCATIONAL NOTES: There are now about 200,000 %  '• wish students in American universities and colleges %  This is about twice the number that attended schools of higher education before the outbreak of the war ... The increase is due to the fad that the G.I. Bill „f Rights enables war veterans to study in accredited colleges While more than 50 American universities and colleges have poor records with regard to accepting Jewish students, there are about 20 which have a commendable record These include tine pioblem ... The Secretariat of the United Nations which is preparing factual material on Palestine for the U.N. members should have little to do now that all possible available material which will attract wide attention among many who are interested in the Palestine problem ... In fact, it is one of those "mustvolumes that no politicallyminded person can afford not to have in his library Especially, I is a student of contemporary — TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE MAicity eonfaUnUat (Copyrloht. IMt, .v.n Art. Feature Syndic.,,, By PHINEAS J. BIRON FLASH! The next important exposure of a lascist en which will overshadow the stuff dug up on JTrS Columbians, will be the forthcoming unveilino ni'ik'* ties of the DEMOCRATIC NATIONALIST PARTY *"** D. N. P. ha some very important names on its SDO 9 A number of politicians from Minnesota who heath/!! frontery to play a liberal make-believe role will be b I SCOOP T0T,i The Hebrew Committee of National Liberation (L e th til Bergson group) will announce within the very near ( M it has established a Provisional Hebrew governmentfan H tine "The government" will function with headaJn Switzerland and will issue "visas" for Palestine Oil many dangers that will result from this move is the racln that will be done with those visas Poor DP's i ^ liberation will be easy victims, and strip themselves far 2 U looking papers that will at best land them in Cyprus. POT POURRI B. Z. Goldberg, Jewish foreign correspondent of the Day, just returned safely from an exciting trip that tank to the USSR, Palestine and most of Europe ... So the other S I he slipped in front of his New York home and broke his 2 arm Tyron Guthrie. noted English director, is woikJnsT the Habimah, Palestine theatre group He's dirertm Hebrew production of Euripides' "Oedipus Rex" L•' Melchior, the Metropolitan Opera star, refers to the meruMkk wears as a "touch of God's little finger" Melchior DaJ and a Lutheran, sang for the residents of a Jewish Home for tit Aged in his section of Los Angeles ... He was made an W orary Jew" and presented with the mezuzah in a aestur. 4 appreciation. MUSICAL NOTES Record collectors will become RCA Victor's new release 4 "Moonlight Sonata," which features an irresistible combinatioDBeethoven's classic piano composition played by Vhdini Horowitz Horowitz plays with marked restraint in the fin" two movements, achieving a quality of exquisite lyricism and supreme delicacy ... In the concluding movement, where to j bidding arpeggios and great masses of chords constitute i challenqe to every pianist, Horowitz works a miracle... Ink hands the music emerges as a jewel with innumerable facets at ] dazzling light. BROADWAY GOSSIP Jack Benny and Warner Brothers need a referee .. He I complains of studio interference and wants to choose the directofi of his next film There's talk of reviving Al Jolson's i talkie, "The Jazz Singer," now that the technicolor "Iota I Story" has revived early Jolson fans Danny Thomas, In* comic, will play a rabbi in a coming MGM feature ... Chant Chaplin's sons, Sidney and Charlie, Jr., are in the cast of "EtbaiJ Frome," playing on the legit stage in California. WORTH READING "The Palestine Oil Scandal" in the March issue of "ThsJ Synagogue Light" ... A collection of facts on the British i American oil concessions in the Holy Land that contribust a great deal to one's understanding of what makes impenij ism tick Albert Kahn's expose of John Roy Carlson in J March issue of Jewish Life Sows seeds for thought arnoo) those who have accepted Carlson as an uncompromising ra j fascist. in a gestured history and wants to know '. %  *" cst inc 'uae lege of New York, Hunter College, University of Illinois, University of Pittsburgh, Rutgers College, New School for Social Research and Cooper Union And speaking of education, it is increasing in the United States At present there are 55 such schools in New York City ... Of them, 46 are elementary schools with about 8,000 pupils and nine high schools with about 1,700 students Baltimore has four Jewish parochial schools Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago have three all-day schools each Newark and Detroit each have two schools Then there are 10 other cities having one parochial school (see Editor's Note) .. • They are Minneapolis, Bridgeport, Cleveland, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Paterson and New Haven The total enrollment in all the parochial schools throughout the country is 12,235 this year as compared with about 10,000 last year Most of the children in the New York Jewish parochial is benefit from the National School Lunch Program which was placed'on a permanent basis by an act of Congress in June, 1946. but which is now threatened by the Congressional "economy drive" ... In New York State this program is administered by the state Education Department • • The Jewish Education Committee of New York acts as iflieyj mediary between the Jewish •* j day schools and the State Hj cation Department ... The tots State subsidy for this purpose'* the Jewish day schools aural the past year amounted to o* $75,000'. The administrate co--ts of the service are bor entirely by the Jewish Educit* Committee rJenistifhrM* 11 FLORIDA'S ONLY AN0L0.JH"* WEEKLY Publish*! tvery Friday >"* g, by Th. Jewl.h Florldlan at %  LJJ Second Avenue. Miami '• Entered <• eecond-claj. "• *JM 4. 1930, It the Po.t MM. 1 Fl., under the Act of Maren *l The Jewish Florldl.n h "*3 th. Jewish Unit/ "'i Weekly. Member of the J"" FM w. S raphie Agency, Seven "• ^ yndicate, Worldwide New TO National Edltorlsl *•"''''.Jjie* can Association of n ,', c i,tiP Newspapers. Florida Prsit *•• SUBSCRIPTION RATES^ On. Year s ilt Two Years £ 0 I Six Months FRED K. 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L A y, MARCH 21, 194V tctint Jews Rejoice As rtial Law Is Lifted iContinucd from Page 1) [ nothing was found and no one i detained. Lveral hours after the lifting lartial la'. a large force of bus surrounded the Rishon Le i area and screened thousands Five men from the near[Nachlath Yehuda settlement L detained for further questing ,,1 explosion late Sunday night L up the Jewish Agency public Ltions office and damaged the Eding m which it was located. L r e were no casualties because [one was in tthe office. Only lor damage resulted to other Ires in the building. ResponsiI Jewish circles do not believe the time bomb was set by Lbers of the dissident groups, tough British news reports re] to it as a terrorist bombing. Ilie Irgun sent statements to Jewish press charging the jtish with responsibility for the Ion. Richard Stubbs, governht press officer, answering the said: "This is an indiable suggestion. The Palesi government fights terror, it isn't create it." A Jewish fency spokesman said that there no evidence to associate anyI with the explosion. clandestine radio broadcast Stern group announced that |had rothing to do with the wing up of the public relays office. It admitted responsibly for a number of recent' at&s and bombings throughout i country and said that it had •cuted 16-year-old Michael knell as a ''traitor and an inImer." Schnell was found dead I a cave near Haifa about two leks ago. Moshe Barazahai, a Sternist to was captured last week in • controlled area of Jerusalem jth a hand grenade in his poskion, was condemned to death la British military court. Barapai refused to participate in 1 court proceedings. the Sternists meanwhile appled to the members of the wish Agency executive, meeting plenary session here, to cowith them. The dissiMiami Leaders Begin Huge CJA Fund Raising (Continued from Page 1) rotary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal: "On occasion of opening of 1947 drive in Greater Miami I wish to convey to you and rest of Jewish community my earnest hope that your devoted and energetic efforts will result in maximum fund for saving and rebuilding lives of hundreds of thousands surviving Jews in Europe. Grave situation confronts American Jewry in not only sustaining lives of large number of Jews but in finding new homes and in giving new future i n Palestine, United States and other lands. National United Jewish Appeal quota of $170,000,000 represents minimum required for historic endeavors to meet crisis of mass homelessness and distress. World at large and international agencies do not yet offer even approximation of adequate help. Therefore, we represent major source of hope for those who have not yet been freed from misery and suffering. My best wishes to you and those associated with you in this noble undertaking." Marine Flasher Arrives From Germany With 640 DP's NEW YORK (JTA)—The American transport Marine Flasher arrived here this week from Bremen, Germany, with 640 displaced persons aboard, of whom the bulk were Jewish refugees. Passage for most of the Jewish DP's was arranged by the Joint Distribution committee and the HIAS. They were met at the pier by representatives of the United Service for New Americans and HIAS. dent group asked a merger of all Jewish forces in Palestine "not because we are weak, but be' cause national discipline is su1 perior to all considerations, but because it is more efficient for our common struggle. We call on the agency to show at least a ( minimum of resistance." 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Two other meetings have been held, one with Mr. George Talianoff, director of the Anti-Defamation league, and with Mr. Morris Klass of the Greater Miami JewMGE riVB ish federation.Future sessions are planned with Hillel and YM&WHA directors and the Board of Jewish Education. $900,000 of the $1,309,741 goal here in the Combined Jewish Appeal goes lo the UJA for refugees, overseas needs and Palestine. 700 JEWISH REFUGEES ARRIVE IN AUSTRALIA SYDNEY, Australia (JTA) — The 10,000-ton Dutch ship Johan De Witt arrived here with 701 Jewish immigrants from Europe. The ship left Marseilles in February. 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PAGE SIX leHlstFlcrMton ADDRESS BY OR. GRUBER LEADERS TO MASS PLEDGE EDR DRIVE work in connection with the war refugees was outstanding, not only because of your efficiency, but more particularly because of your human touch that none with whom y< u came in contact could When Dr. Ruth Gruber stood up to address the 500 men! fail to grasp and to appreckte" and women attending the opening breakfast of the 1947 ComIn Jan iry, 1946. TO. TftacKbined Jewish Appeal at the Columbus hotel last Sunday mom-1 er y, publisher of the New York ing, there were many who commented on her youth and exPilft wrote to Mr. Ickes, asking pressed some doubt at her ability to sway that large assemblaae. But when she was through, the deafening applause dis^. t p n(icnt an d follow the pelled any doubt on that score. Her fervor, her knowledge of the subject, her fiery sincerity brought everyone to their feet and mass pledge in which the entire audience at the suggestion of Stanley C. Myers vowed to. ., • ,, port, carrvinfi wound.>d work for the success of the camr .',.„ ., ,,. _„_ i i u home, and thev traveled to Amorpaign was no less a personal tnb. ..* < T-. < %  > i .u .. ica through the dangei IUS ute to Dr. Gruber than a token ,, „_. h „ ,, .. of the Mediterranean and the of svmpathv for fellow-Jews in ... „ ,. „. „:.. ..SJ. i___i__ --_.. Atlantic, going through air raids 'and skirting submarines. On | board the ship. Miss Grubn got to know each of the refugees personally, wrote down the heartbreaking stories of their flight 33 Europe and helped to prepare them for their life in America. On their arrival in OswegO, she certain thaiiTthose "who "hear her helped set up the kosher kitchen leave the meeting determined tol^ the orthodox members of the work ceaselessly for the success | ""P and worked tirelessly with of the campaign. -'" lhe Pnvate Jewish welfare When m 1944 President Rooseagencies in making life a little velt invited 1.000 refuge.. asier and richer for the refugees. Europe to a haven in Oswego. Dr. Stephen S. Wiso v. ting th. N. Y. Ruth Grutx ent by Shelter a few days after the ; the U. S. government to bring l' > arrived, wrote a letter to thesi es to Americi Shi Si etarj [ekes, saying "Dr, went as the personal representaGrubei so useful that I feel 11 them were determined to go to live .! Secretary of the' Int< ,hl hope of all of them tl al Palestine Harold L. Ickes. in she may be permitted to remain' She flew to Egypt and Palesment the Shelter was adminisf" r some weeks longer and con-i tine, sending constant articles and reports to the New York Post on what the committee was doing and what she saw. She flew across the oil fields of Iraq to Bagdad, where she talked with members of the Iraq government, and with the Sephardic Jews of j Bagdad, most of whom had never talked to a foreign correspondent barbed wire encampments. Dr. Gruber's visit here to | launch the Greater Miami campaign resulted from the insistence of national leaders of the United Jewish Appeal who knew of her ability to touch the emotions of her listeners. The experiences she recounts and the manner of her telling them makes him to release Dr. Gruber, so that she might join the Post as foreign Anglo-American Committee on Inquiry all through Europe and the Middle East to Palestine. "I believe," he wrote, "that her constant contact with the commission in the capacity of journalist will have ist salutary effect on its deliberations, and will be of incalculable assistance, not only to the commission, but to all of us in arriving at decent and just conclusions." She flew to England, joined the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and traveled with them throughout war-torn Europe, visiting the DP camps, speaking where to the Jewish refugees, bringing to them sympathetic and profound understanding because of her experience with the thousand refugees in America, and learning from them why more than 90 per cent of in their lives. On her return to Palestine, she interviewed officials of the Jewish Agency, Arab political leaders and British civil servants. She talked to the man on the street. She studied the life of the Jewish people in their cities and settlements. She had midnight interviews with members of the Underground Army. She dined with Jews and Arabs, all of whom sought her out as an objective, honest and fearless journalist. On her return to the United States, she wrcuTZ^ tional articles „„ Pa H tme „ the I„.,., nd of **.] her articles were quo^ j, M the United States and E^'H the Palestine-Irel,*, r H reprinted in iu entirety^ Congressional Record" I Between lecture,, p*. Gr J >* workmg on a novel, „* tral characters of which placed persons. She >,„ I complete her book short 1 tend. She flew from Washington to Casablanca. Algiers and Naples. In Italy, the refugees boarded an Army troop transtinue her admirable service to people." In a letter to Miss Gruber, tary Ickes wrote "Your A CAMP WITH A PURPOSE For Boys and Girls CAMP STONY HOLLOW IN THE POCONOS OUR AIM: Every Child a Good Leader. Every Child an Intelligent Follower. Directors: JERRY CARVER. M.A. Formerly Athletic Coach New York University MAX NORMAN Call 6-9351 Philadelphia. Pa. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Drs. Max D. 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RIDAV, MAR CH 21, 1947 -JewlstiFhr/dbn IIHEL trominent B'nai B'rith leaders om Florida were among the 200 op le who gathered to formally dicate the new Hillel House at University of Florida at unesville on Feb. 23. [Dean Joseph Weil of the Unitsity EnEineering college and [national f.gure in B'nai B'rith Vd upon Morris H. Witten of tksonville. chairman of the fcllel building fund, to cut the ne and climax the ceremonies. Jrhe dedication marked the close i a cultural and social weekend i the University of Florida Mel Foundation played host to %  e Hillel of Florida State College Women at Tallahassee. The loeram included student series at Hillel House Friday night Slowed by an informal social. CturdaV morning, the Tallaissee students reciprocated and nducted Sabbath services. |l!r. and Mrs. Oscar Rappaport Miami are resident hosts in L rge of the Hillel Foundation puse which is the scene of Jewcultural and social activity. PAGE SEVEN Formal opening ceremonies of Hillel House at the University of Florida. Gainesville. Florida. February 23. 1947. Left to right, Mrs. Louis Ossinsky, past president of B'nai B'rith Women of Florida; Dean R. C. Beaty, dean of students at University of Florida; Abe Gross, vice president of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith; Rabbi Ernst M. Lorge, Hillel director. Florida State College for Women; Mrs. Oscar Rappaport, hostess of Hillel House; Mr. Louis Ossinsky, past president of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges; Irene Gross, president of Hillel at Tallahassee; Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, Hillel director. University of Florida; Morris H. Witten, chairman of Hillel building fund; Dean Joseph Weil, dean of College of Engineering. University of Florida; Isaac Gradman, president of 5th District of B'nai B'rith; Nat Shorstein. past president of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges; Stan Tate, president of Hillel'at the University of Florida, and Mr. Oscar Rappaport, Hillel House host. liami Federation Gives upport To JDA Drive iThe Greater Miami Jewish federation has allocated $13,500 the local contributor to the 000,000 drive of the Joint Dense Appeal. Financing of the 4" expanded program of the nerican Jewish committee and le Anti Defamation league of |nai B'rith is the purpose of DA. (Serving with 43 additional luthe n communal leaders, puis Wellhouse, Jr., of Tampa, la., will be a member of the luncil to recruit strength among immunities of all Southern states i • %  of the movement. Hollywood Center Plans Party For Building Fund The fifth in a series of events sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Fla., to reach their goal of $1,000 to be contributed to the building fund, will be in the form of a card party and social to be held at the Center. The building fund will be used to add a wing to the present building for classrooms and meeting rooms. Future programs include movies, one-act plays, lectures and book reviews, card parties and musical programs. Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TEL. 3-6661 t Escrows • Abstracts • Title Insurance Keynote Records Album Of Palestinian Songs Under the title "New Songs of Palestine," Keynote Recordings. Inc., will make available an album of six songs, representing the fighting spirit of Hebrew immigrants. The songs are sung by the International chorus under the direction of Dr. A. W. Binder, distinguished Jewish musician. Included are Ani Ma-Amin" (Song of Faith) which was sung by Jews in concentration camps and in gas chambers when death appeared imminent. Other songs are "Yesh Banu Koach" (We Have the Strength). "Mi Y'Mallel" (Israel's Heroes). "Kacha Kach" (This Way). "Shir Hapartzanim" (Song of the Jewish Partisan) and "Shir Ha-Emek" (Song of the Emek). t2 2< #j Is f/>< BF.ST? $900,000 of the $1,309,741 goal her* in the Combined Jewish Appeal goei io the UJA for refugees, overseas needi and Palestine. Hylond Kout Commander Beach Legion Post Hylan H. Kout was unanimously elected commander of Miami Beach Post 85 of the American Legion at its annual election meeting at the Post home. March 18. A veteran of World War II, he is one of the youngest members ever to take office as commander. Mr. Kout has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past 11 years and is a practicing attorney with offices on Lincoln rd. Other officers elected were: Laurence Hoffman, first vicecommander; Victor Silverman. second vice-commander; Louis Auerbach, finance officer; Phil Gallagher, chaplain; Herman Glasser, historian; George Michaels, sergeant-at-arms; Ed Platkin, five-year trustee. The executive committee will include: Carl Siegel, Ed Dornbush, Dr. Harold Shapiro, Harry Adams, Sol Brown, Ben Engender Dr. Jesse Colin and Edward Sisken. Delegates to the state convention named at the election meeting are: Dr. Maurice Klein, Harry Cooper, Lawrence Hoffman, Mr. Kout, Andrew Bergeda, Carl Siegel, George Michaels and Victor Silverman. Installation of the officer will be held May 6 at the Post home. 1828 Alton rd., conducted by the Dade County Guard of Honor. A ] dance and entertainment will folI low. TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 20 Yeari of Title Service in Dade County TONIGHT • MT RACI :00.M. 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I PAGE EIGHT Beth David Sisterhood Carnival Date Revealed The festive air of a country fair will be duplicated for the Beth David Sisterhood carnival which will take place at the synagogue grounds Sunday at 7 p.m. Wheel games and other entertainment will be set up with prizes for all winners. A bingo game will be in progress all evening. Food and drinks will be sold. Mrs. Sam August and Mrs. Hairy August acted as so-chairmen in arrangements for the novel affair. ilmlstifkrAMM.. WINZ Will Broadcast Yiddish Theatre Of Air WINZ presents the Yiddish Theatre of the Air Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with Sidney Kirsch, moderator. The radio show presents a recorded program ol famous Jewish artists. Features of this week's program will be Moishe Oiysher singing "Yankel Der Schmidt" and Chaim Towber singing "Der Ershter Valse." PEST CONTROL SINCE 1901 Orkin has used the latest SCIENTIFIC METHODS to rid buildings of ALL DESTRUCTIVE PEST5 Ratt Trmitc$ Antt Roaches Phone 3-4848 4 W. Flagler St. COMPlCli PT IONIIOL MIAMI BPW ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR Officers for the newly formed Miami chapter of the Business and Professional Women's group of Hadassah were named at their meeting Monday. Ethel Weinstein will serve as president for the coming year. Other officers selected were Fay Weiner, vice president; Kenya Echtenthal. cor-. responding secretary; Mrs. Al E. i Schubb. recording secretary, and Lola Bix, treasurer. Chairmen pf the committees are Mrs. Louis J. Wine, publicity; Fay Weiner, membership; Roslyn Klein. Youth Aliyah: Mrs. Lillian Fisher, fund raising; Esther M ris, cultural and program, and Jennie Wcinstcin. parliamentarian. Miss Polly Gershon, member of the Miami Beach chapter of BPW. will serve the group as educator on the various projects under the auspices of Hadassah. Miss Gershon addressed the gathering on the Hadassah Medical organization in Palestine. Mr, Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami YM& WHA, will augment BPWs program on the study of Jewish history. LAUNCHING THE 1947 CJA CAMPAIGN 2g£**g^J The Greater Miami Rabbinical association's weekly program will feature Rabbi Simon April, of the Miami Hebrew school congregation on its radio broadcast over station WBAY at 2I4SI Sunday. irss, campaign chairman, shown addressing the Sunday morning hotel which launched the campaign. At his left is Wm. D. Singer, d drive, and at his right aTe Dr. Ruth Gruber. keynote speaker; M Stanley C. Myers at the Columbus ol the co-ordinated % %  —. ~— --•— — — %  • —%  ,— .. .^wu; nut, C. Myers chairman of the women's division, and Max Orovtbt, Federation president fjatluriJ • —•"• chain&a keynote speaker; Mrs. StankJI Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th It Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St. Miami L EO EISEXSTEIX • KudU* Will C ve Prompt Perional Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phone 5 7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 11 Yeari of Experience 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 ANNOUNCING the opening oi our new non-skid asphalt plant. Specializing in driveways, roadways, parking and industrial areas. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL You are under no obligation in calling us for an estimate. The Brewer Company of Florida, Inc. Plant and Office— N. W. 21st St. near Le leune PHONE 8-3051



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PTUDAY, MARCH 21. 1947 '•Jfnisiincridrtarj ance lor Zionists Will Hear ertheim At Seder Lvid Wertheim, national leadl the American Labor Zionist lenient, will be guest at the Id annual Seder sponsored by Jewish National Workers' e in cooperation with all • Zionist groups of Greater Wearing with Mr. Wertheim he service which is scheduled Sundav, April 6, at the Nalal hotel, will be Mr. Igo Gut, tenor, who will render a ,' s of traditional songs. lavid Wertheim was general Itary of the Poale Zion Zeire for the past 13 years. As a ler in Zionist organizations, he been delegate to National igress sessions, where he has -ed an active part in delibera.unds raised through the afI will be turned over to Histadwith which Mr. Wertheim J been affiliated. Rabbi Max Ipiro will introduce the speakind act as toastmaster. %  embers of the JNWA, speak[entirely in Yiddish, will conthe Seder service. PAGE NINE 1GO GUTMAN DAVE WERTHEIM ,. card and Mah-Jongg party j'lht benefit of Talmud Torah hi be held by the Sisterhood [the Miami Jewish Orthodox ngregation. Sunday evening. 10. at the Talmud Torah Biding. 1545 S. W. 3rd at. Lttestes for the evening are |s. Saul Cantor and Mrs. Edird Cantor. Robinson, Miller Clash At Dorsey Park Arena Ray (Sugar) Robinson, welterweight boxing champion of the world, and hard-hitting Bernie Miller of New York will clash in a 10-rouad non-title fight, Thursday, March 27, at the Dorsey Park arena. The scrap marks the third big league boxing show staged in Miami this season. Robinson, said to be one of the greatest welterweights of all time, is holder of the title as one of the fastest fighters in the ring today. Miller is a comparative newcomer to the front ranks and has, however, an impressive record of victories. "THE M Starring RALPH BELLAMY Next Sunday March 23 1:15 P. M. WIOD i610 on Your Dial) Presented By THE 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal For $1,309,741 In Greater Miami Beach Students Argue Palestine Issue "Palestine — An Independent Nation" was the subject of a formal debate argued by students of the Mannheimer Senior High school, Wednesday, March 19. Speaking on the affirmative were Marvin Low and Doris Cohen, with Wallace Bock presenting the rebuttal. The negative was defended by Marvin Minoff and Jerry Weiner, with Geraldine Kochansky, for the rebuttal. Jack Monett acted as chairman for the evening and opened the discussion to the floor. Faculty advisors wore Miss Ruth Payenson and Mrs. Nora Cramer. A party followed the debate. CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7Jh St. Ph. 3-7301 Beat care for chronic tick, con. valetcent and elderly people. iBBpLarge Beautiful Groundi^ %  HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT 47,? 57" plue Tax For Immediate Reeervatlone Wylly's Tours — Phone — SI4 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTIONCO. I2M N. V". Miami Court e PHONE 34W4 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR end EXTERIOR • LICENSED and INSURED .• GUARANTEED WORK ... > %  > ..h Toe Ler g' •" Toe mll %  etlmeteo Cheerfully Qlv B'nai B'rith Chapters Plan Beach Convention Convention chairmen of the B'nai B'rith lodges of Greater Miami met last Friday to formulate plans for their annual gather, ing to be held this year at Miami Beach June 1 through 10. Mr. Al Pallot is chairman of the committee. Those attending included: Louis Heiman, district first vice-president; Walter Kovner, president of the Beach lodge; Sam Silver, president of Sholom lodge; Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, president of the Miami Beach Women's chapter: Mrs. S. H. Goldman, president of the Sholom Lodge Women's chapter, and Charles Jacobson, executive secretary to^Sholom lodge. Blood Bank Seeks Donors The Date County Blood bank reserve is dangerously low, and Dr. John Elliot, director, has issued an appeal to all residents to help save a life by donating a pint of blood. Contributions may be made to the credit of self, relative, friend or organization by telephoning 9-1631 or going to the blood bank headquarters at 1750 N. W. Tenth ave., adjacent to Jackson Memorial hospital. S900.000 of the SI.309.741 goal here in the Combined Jewish Appeal goes to the UJA for refugees, overseas needs and Palestine. DRINK PLENTY OF Gjtripute w Water '.DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES .... 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c 'Plus Bottle Deposit' PHONE 2-4128 ALUMINUM BLINDS Especially Desirable For This Climate You may have the regular blinds, of course, but many do prefer the Aluminum. They are long-lasting and do not cost any more. Speciaal attention to out of town orders. Write for prices! PROMPT DELIVERY TOUBY BUNTING CORP. ffl 3-5COQ 1 LIUHSIO A&kmto Gmrmms 669N.W.d* JfrMft. MIAMI M, FLORIDA



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' : I PAGE TEN +.lmlstFhrkfian FRIDAY, MARCHRalph Stephens Resigns Public Relations Position Ralph A. Stephens, recently resigned public relations director at Mannings restaurant, promises that he will remain in the foodserving industry of Greater Miami MET IN ST. LOUIS ither in i Polish ghetto seven years aeo were with the lid of United Sen ice for >ew pported by the UTO.000,000 Inited Jewi,h RALPH STEPHESS and tl'.at, after taking a muchneeded rest, he will announce his future plans Mr. Stephens for the last nine years has arranged many luncheons and banquets catering to extremely large groups in Miami and on the Beach, and has estabi %  : a large clientele. ngthe i with p h he was affiliated are the Country club, where he directed all parties: Yeager's ; then Lilly's restaurant, ie Manning's He %  • • il his greatest I •• g i i aC f the Ken:i;y hon e. T • was %  11 ght 1 %  V %  | the banqu h Mi a I and ca• • 1941 Burd %  %  '. rack Kol I Siter who lift M* each o reunited in St. Louis recently American*, whose work ii supported oy tne i.u,uvw,v "/''r Appeal for 1947. Diana Michael (left". w. 14 when she was rescue d by ths European-Jewish Children's Aid. an affiliale of Lniled Service, and brought to the United States. Martha, th. only other survivor of her family, escaped several concentration camps. Arthur Coldford. Diana s foster-brother, also welcomes Martha, whom be found in Italy, where he served in the Army. Senate Group Approves Arabs Protest FBI Raids S900.000 of the SI.309.741 goal here in the Combined Jewish Appeal goes to the UJA for refugees, overseas needs and Palestine. Participation In IRO WASHINGTON (JTA). — The Senate Foreign Relations committee this week approved the joint ilution, providing fur United States participation in the International Refugee organization. The key modification states that members] :p in the organizashall not in any way authorncy or immigration or adm to the Ui ite I St tea oi its territories or possessions of any refuir displai e i erred tl e constitution of the IRO." e P nt, "or any officer. representative or agency ol is Likewise prohibited, by •.. from authority to conclude any agreement with the organization. The amendment i pi videi that authorization I >i n embership shall not be coni to affect in any way any natter requiring action by Congress. Instead of a blanket authorization for necessary funds foi contribution to the IRO. another amendment Ii • sum to S75.OOI.OOU. LONDON (JTA).— The seven members of the Arab League are considering a strong protest to U.S Government against the FBI raids on the Arab office in Washington, Edward Attiyah ^-general of the Arab office, announced. 3rd Annual Concert o/ the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus Conductor Accompanist •LOUIS POWEsrJ Soloist.. 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L A y, MARC H 21, 1947 + k*l*.t FlrrHirtn JfTlCloses Season Teyte Recital Li of the recital artists which Lversity of Miami will prefix year is Maggie Teyte, L soprano, who will appear &,.• evening, March 25, at Jin the Miami Senior High |l auditorium. "ribed by the New York music critic as "probably nost famous interpreter of A art songs," she was ongr an operatic singer but later led to chamber singing, for she decided her voice was r suited. Teyte. who studied with kv will sing several of his Including "La lettre de Leve," "Beau soir," "La I de Pan." "La chevelure" Ichevaux de bois." She will Ising "Nicolette" by Ravel, I Player Queen" and "Silhouby Carpenter, and "Irmepy Delius. imittee Appointed £ Alexander Kogan, presi|of the Sisterhood of Temple ISholoni, announces the apnent of the following nomi_ %  committee: k. Joseph Fenias, chairman; %  Murray Maurer, Mrs. Leon %  rs. Maurice Karam and Mrs. ly Ansin. Mrs. Irving Becker Mrs. Allen Becker are alternate of oflicers will be prein April with installation ; place in May. Lns Dental Office Here %  new dental office has been fcd by Dr. Elton P. Rosen, associate of Drs. Max D. jstine and Doran D. Zinner, |0 Huntintfton bldg. and 350 %  Bid. Rosenblatt, a graduate of %  Diversity of Miami in 1938, Jed dentistry at the Medical |ge of Virginia. He was re• discharged from the army i rank of captain, where he with the Eighty-sixth Dilin the Philippines. GLASS )R EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT rVTE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS | BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERINO IL & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS I 8. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 h RI ORLIN LOUIS OERBER 0 R 0 W I T Z IARGARETEN ft m IV->' v\ sw Distributed by "JOMAi BRANDS. Inc. •Bcanl. Florida Miami Elks Lodge Elects Officers For Next Year Election of E. Albert Pallot as esteemed loyal knight and Louis Bandel as treasurer was confirmed at the March 19th meeting of Miami Elks Lodge follow unanimous nominations. Speaking on "Current Events and International Affairs," Mr. John D. Pennekamp, editor of the Miami Herald, was guest at the meeting. His remarks were concerned with a discussion of Russia, China and Korea, with emphasis on the future possibilities of the atomic bomb. Other officers elected Wednesday night were: Exalted ruler, Dudley M. Cawthon; esteemed leading night, Frank J. Holt; esteemed lecturing knight, W. A. Cashon; secretary, R. E. Norcross; tiler, Herbert Chase; trustee, Hugh J. Canny, and alternate representative to the Grand Lodge, Hugh P. Emerson. Officers will be installed at the regular meeting of April 2. PAGE ELEVEN Youth League Reveals Sunday Dance Plans The Young People's league of the Miami Beach Jewish Community center announces that the new admission price for all its forthcoming dances will be 25 cents. Refreshments are served free to all who attend. Young men from the ages of 21 up and young women from 19 up are eligible to attend. Persons purchasing tickets for the "Second Annual Purim Ball" Saturday, March 29, will be admitted free to the Sunday night dance this week. Greyhound Races a! Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of Golfstreom Park and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second ond Third Roces AdThsiOfl 'No Minors* 25e TRANSPORTATION -"•sir Miom. — EipreiS Service b O.a A9om> Lint from 21B M. I :na *• *fOl* t"38 F *Louderdole—From *-2 E Lai Oloi Sl.d .. PreqytM inttrvoll HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLUB Binao Party Planned In support of its 1947 cultural, religious and community program, the Sigma Rho chapter of AZA is planning a Bingo Party Sunday, March 30, at the Beth David auditorium. Chairman of the committee on arrangements is Harvey Stahl. 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PAGE TWELVE +JelstncrMic>n_ Cornblum Re-elected ,Kadimah Presents Recital | President Of Temple By Cantor Samuel V.goda Temple Beth Sholom election' Kadimah chapter of Pioneer of officers took place at their an-, W()men will bring to the concert nual meeting on March 10. Harry s ,. 1 ,, > a Miami Beach High school, A Cornblum was re-elected pres-1 Cantor Sarnue l Vigoda, Interidcnt Vice-presidents named \ cy of ntuigical hymns. CiasW ere Sidney Ansin, Dr. Theodore ^ mak ;md folk i ore The reBerinan, Louis Krensky and Sam %  ^^ whk h will be held March Lachman. '30. is being sponsored for the Other officers will be held by; chlld Welfare fund designed to Abraham Zinnamon, treasurer; I. ;aid Displaced European children. C, Greenberg, financial secretary, %  Cantor Vigoda. born in Dobr%  zin Russian Poland, was the BOD : 0 f a cantor, and started his eer early by singing in the choirs : of his father. He received his Talmudic edu„ at several VTeshiva Hungary and his musical education at conservatories in Klauzburg and Budapest. | After the anti-Semitic "nui merus clausus" law was installed, ; Cantor Vigoda gave up the study of medicine to embrace the cantorate as his life calling. He beI came Chief Cantor of the Arena i Temple at Budapest and when 'his fame spread he was chosen to succeed Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt at the Congregation Ohab ; Zedek of New York. He has recently returned from ia South American tour where he, 'appeared with notable su Tickets at SI.50 plus tax are on sale at Selma's Cosmetic Shop, 1147 Washington ave., WashingIon Radio Service. 657 Washing, ton ave.: Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington ave.: Berele Keli t etary. ^ 37 Collins ave., and Nemo Hotel, Members of the board ol di ecnfl ( ., illms ave tors for a -year term are: Joseph Vigoda's concert <* %  Leon J. Ell, Joseph Fenias, CAXTOR VIGODA Local Club Hears Shapiro Following its regular meeting last Wednesday evening, at the Beach "Y," the Over 21 social group were addressed by Mr. Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney, who discussed the needs of American Jewry Today, with particular reference to greater Jewish education for youth, reation to religious principles and unity between all democracyloving people. __ HARRY CORSBLVM ,nd Leonard Kimball, genei Baker's Apotkecary y Prescription Pharmacy Diabetic Foode Delivery Service 1246 S. W. 22nd St.. Coral Way Phone 9-2836 .UonJ.ElL Joseph Fenias, u „| e 7 the direction ol ^r*^^^ f A. Goodman, Ralph Lachman, ^ f ^la Berson. president of === ==J I Nordin, Irving Rothman *and Mrs Max Shapiro, r '. %  nd Abraham Schiff. Members *? !" an ; !" .,„ if PlfIT lirr ornntNr.R and Abraham Schiff. of the board of directors for a 1-year term are: Shepard Broad. am B. 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W 7th Avenue Zionist Youth Dance At Post Purim Carnival The Zionist Youth group of Greater Miami will hold its annual "Post Purim Carnival Dance" tomorrow evening at the National hotel auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds of the dance will be used to rebuild the destroyed Hechalutz training farm at Hightown, N. JZionist Organizations invited are American Jewish Congress. Habonuim, Hatzo Meir. Junior Hadassah, and Masada, Fratority. Young People's League, B'nai B'rith, Rose chapter and DEBB's, ZOA Pioneer Women and Senior Hadassah. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth David, will speak Sunday morning at 8:15 over station WKAT. Monday. M arch 2 M\ ^n set as the date f 0 P ^1 lar meeting of the vr "* %  of Womenl X^?l9 Jewish Congress Tv. ^J will take Place at B!,^ auditorium, 135 M W •> ; ** Member, wiU he J r ^ the nommating commit 1^*1 those attending have wJf to bring canned JSJl 5^ ^1 food shipments TC: I Z\ ALU Heads Visit the Florida Regional iffiJJJ Antl-Dcfaination league^a bert Balkin. field SiXA sentative and assistant d-'rTI left for Atlanta yesterday*,! tend a four-day Southttj J gional Conference of the Ad Defamation League staff. NEW LOCATION SAM'S BARBER SHOP 4 CHAIRS 4 FIRST CLASS BARBERS NO WAITING — PHONE 3-9593 446 WEST FLAGLER (Just across the Street from Old Shop) Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Yean of Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 Visit Our Orove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees OPEN EVEKY DAY EXCEST SATURDAY fz Pit ANNUM* ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS rite SaVal Sevkfs •• lee* Insurance OpenM seems lne'lvisfcjal aoceu.ts up te 11.000. Hwibaas ••< >K. .., w... Mel .1 111.000. fully :-"•.. •MM PeeVal wings aeeeunle ere leeal lanet•eerts far Treet Naek as well M run., eels s, • -•''• •ee, AeWMetrstm >*d be.ut.r.. % W. U.erteJ M • Were the 10* e< *• "••* X ee el let el tie eurrerrt •" &f %  M* *ff* *. H* e*. ee tk. W .< *. *e*| •OURMNT HVIOIKO AT CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION IIU Ue„la I*.....tee Islf !••• %  !• •''"" aeer-NIU.IH.il* •. L CLEHI1TI. rrl7V



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)A Y, MARCH 21. 1947 +Jm1$tifhrMHn PAGE THIRTEEN WELFARE >n the Southern Conference I Human Welfare holds its hide conclave at Winter Fla.. tomorrow, it will have 'ull cooperation of both the J Countv Civil Rights Council [the non-partisan Florida Voteague. meeting has been called discuss ways and means of isting the 'white primary' Ihreatened to be introduced le 1947 Florida legislature by Senator John Matthews." fcmbers of the Voters League i a referendum on the ques%  "Should the state leave to kcal parties full control over %  primai ies?" Ninety-seven tent of those voting, opposed doning state control. AcInglv, the executive board isstatement of why political es should not have sole conprimaries, statement pointed out that es being a definite threat to ninority groups, black and ie, an uncontrolled primary be more easily corrupted (would have to be financed ] charge upon voters, leading t old poll tax in a new form. |io stated that the proposed %  of legislation was not only tnocratic but unconstitutionJ well, in the light of previous |ions by the supreme court on ar projects in Texas. a letter to Leo Sheiner, dent of the Conference for an Welfare, the Rev. Joseph L president of the Dade ity Civil Rights Council, an|ced that a committee had | appointed to sepve as liaison ; between the two organizain order to further coordiaction in the defense of cratic elections in Florida. t. Carolyn D. Stephenson |selected to act as head of nmittee consisting of Mrs. i C. Dean, Mr. Irwin Block, Theresa Kanter and Mr. [Crouch. L,v \JGUST BROS Ry^ Jj tHp J1F v r> FIGHT vous ENSION? ,N,r inm tends to relax nervoua Mo permit refrching sleep. It P*d thousands. Why not give met to help you? fryMiUs NERVINE "vou. tension nMkM yoo l r.ok, thmghm. „ ^ m i J h dehe. Your druigiit *b •• Try,hem. Your mone, [" 'W irt not u tICAUTION-UH r dlrec 'd Effer. PW'"U.35cMd T Liuid. 25c nd Mil Uboratc. r *•• Elkhart. Ind. MILES %  I R V I N E Beth David Sisterhod Concludes Napkin Project A Donor Luncheon at the Roney Plaza dining room will mark the termination of the napkin project of Beth David Sisterhood. The affair will be held Tuesday, March 25, at noon. The project was initiated several months ago when members of the Sisterhood each undertook to have 30 names inscribed in blue on a white napkin shaped as a Star of David. The completed napkins were then joined to make a banquet cloth. Mrs. Bernard Sterling, chairman, plans to have at least three banquet cloths on display at the luncheon. A presentation by Mrs. Edward L.. Cowen of the play •Born Yesterday" will feature the program arranged under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ben Essen. The remainder of the afternoon will be devoted to games. Members are asked to bring their own cards and man jongg sets. Those who have completed an entire napkin will receive two invitations to the lunch and those who have finished only one-half of a cloth will get one ticket. Reservations to others who did not take part in the project are available through Mis. Max Bergman at 3-5837. The fourth annual Red Cross Bake Sale sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, Fla., will take place tomorrow from noon until 4 p.m. at the Hollywood, Inc.. office. 1943 Hollywood blvd. Proceed* are for the benefit of the current Red Croat drive. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. BPW To Hear Zionist Head. Original Skit Mr. Jack Burris, president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, will be guest speaker when the Beach Business and Professional Women of Hadassah meet Monday, March 24, 8:30 p.m., at the Beach YM&WHA, Lincoln rd. Feature of the evening will be a skit, written and produced by Freda Shifman, program chairman, titled "Meeting By Proxy." The show will portray Hadassah activities. Miss Sylvia Levine will sing several selections. The highlight of discussion at the business meeting preceding Mr. Burris' talk will be plans for a Donor Dinner to be given in April. Misses Lillian Goodman and Shifman have been selected as co-chairmen for this event. Miamian Reveals Plans For Wedding In Fall The engagement of Miss Lois Robinson, of Des Moines, Iowa, to Mr. Leonard Mandel, of Miami, was revealed in Chicago Sunday. Mr. Mandel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandel, 1020 S. W. Third st. A fall wedding is planned to follow Mr. Mandel's graduation from the Northwestern School of Optometry. The couple plans to reside in Miami. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive your roof repaired now; you will eave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5880 ROSE M. ROBIN Pianist-Teacher-Accompanist 6231 N. W. First Court MIAMI 38, FLORIDA PHONE 78-4274 Everything for the Motorist NO GUESSWORKS DIXIE! J/ Kir s4 HELMING • ADJUSTMENT PRECISION EQUIPMENT ASSURES YOU OF PERFECT BRAKES The latest scientific equipment and factory specified methods, plus the fact that DIXIE specialists take the time to do a job right assures you of perfect satisfaction and PERFECT BRAKES! 5 CONVEINENT NEIGHBORHOOD STATIONS I'liou: 2418 101 S.W. 1st STREET Electrical Appliances lor the Home 945 FIFTH ST. M. B. 1840 ALTON RD. M. B. ARMED IS QUESTION MARK IN HANDICAP With next Saturday scheduled as the running date of the $25,000 Gulfstream Park handicap at this seaside track, uncertainty continues to surround the status of Calumet's "golden gelding," Armed, hot on the trail of alltime money-winning honors. It is no secret any more that Trainer "Jimmy" Jones and his father, "Plain Ben," are looking with covetous eyes upon this richest of all Gulfstream park stakes. Local horse owners, who saw Armed soar to victory in the Widener handicap under 129 pounds, believe he should carry the proverbial "grandstand" on his back. Armed, however, remains the question mark—"to be or not to be' a starter—and that question can only be answered when the oat-burners start postward Saturday afternoon. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianoi SOUE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Temple Beth Sholom Reveals Seder Plans In response to popular demand, the Board of Directors of Temple Beth Sholom will conduct a Passover Seder on April 4 on the newly-completed patio adjoining the synagogue. Services will be read by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Kelemer will lead the singing of traditional songs. A 12-course catered dinner will be served. Mr. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Passover arrangements committee urges that members who wish to attend make their reservations early. No reservations will be taken after March 31. Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN "III 11 !!!" I !|l"ip i.illi.i limn ulllit inn %  it in inn mi|| n Jin % % % % %  II mull EG 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON — DINNER Dehcioue food, efficient eervice, popular pricee. Sandwichei, wine end beer. Lunchee to take out. 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I" % %  ?',;' %  -^-^-v-'-ts *JE*^j^i^^^^>^~^S/.'-.-. : '* PAGE FOURTEEN CURRY CJIPLU The 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal was launched last Sunday with the most extensive radio coverage in local campaigning history, it is reported. Milton S. Malakoff, director of the public relation department of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under whose direction the radio promotion was handled. Almost any hour of the day. a Miamian turning on his radio would have heard an announcement of the campaign. Every local station carried spot announcements throughout the day In addition to the spots, three programs were devoted exclusively to the campaign and in five other programs, the campaign was given prominent mention. Rabbi Aaron Kahan. former U. S. Army chaplain, urged Miamians to contribute generously in his talk over WKAT at 11:48 a.m. At 1:15 over WIOD, a round table discussion on the campaign was participated in by Dr. Ruth Gruber. Jack A. Abbott and Leon Kaplan, the latter two co-chairmen of the campaign's metropolitan unit. A playlet. '-One Time Giving— Part Time Living." featuring Ruth Payenson. director of the %  V" Players, and Dan Rosenthal. activities director of the Miami YMHA. was heard at 2:48 p.m. ,ver WGBS. The script was pre.. by Ken Hart of the Federation's public relations department, The other programs in the 1947 CJA was featuied included the Greater Miami RabbiObituaries irera si I at the Beach. He uhapul. LIPKIN Services for Mrs Eva UpKln. •-. .,., filed rueaday. Mai h home. ISM N W. Fifth al Thuradaj al Gordon I She ime hei a J ', ,', I,,-..N J \ %  I, %  both >t Miami, and m %  OREENMAN MOITI, n Oreenman, 69, l M, h M M. %  y w .."'.,, ipel. CRAMER r. %  FTaa. M a h 15 %  • %  lj i •" I GOLDSTEIN i bod i, visitor, i.r e i le Nl : • and aervlcea COLITZ M Etta Colll B, ich. died 8 inday. M She mi here I P %  %  %  • %  %  '• five montha ago to make SI i ivea hei hu harla d lits, and two wi i, Roland E ami Erwln R., all of Miami three v brother and th I hlldren Palmer Funeral I the bodj • %  Provldem foi bui al WHERE CAMPAIGN REPORTS ARE HEARD ECHTENTHAL A resident • %  < one year, Mi P" Bchtenthal, 7S, of 1111 8. v\ ISth c( lied Saturday, March IS She m %  • from Elmont, I. I and leaves .< on, Herman E of Miami The b dj ra %  ent to New fork HOLTZfUAN J. i. |i %  "• aahIngton a •• Mia I vv %  nesda He '.' N V %  %  ** n th* H^'". Survlvli i his wife, Sadli a in, and two .imighrhe bod) raa lenl to X fa k iu the • i •> F ii • %  : .ii home Shown above is the report meeting room atop th* Alcazar hotel in which th* wcrkal the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal will report this noon. Two previous report were held on Monday and Wednesday and a final session is slated ior next Monday. WILNER : M %  i\ liner, 6*, <>( 3 |lr > 9 n i ,,.. dli i nu Idenly v\ ed%  i...,! i. He came hei % %  montha i*o M >-* A i turvii ed b) lil. |fe, (Vila n. Ii vtng, • i u mh ifton, I 1 ('.: thi I lughtera, M iml: MiK M %  i i • \a-, and M B, _.,._ vine, Houston, nic;'l association broadcast ovei „,, ,: | aervl rang menl of Iral Ii r %  •WKAT at 8:15 a.m. and WBAY at 2:45 p.m.; -The Eternal Light" at 9:30 a.m. over WIOD: Yiddish Theatre it the Air" at 10:30 a.m over WINZ • p a i ( t tine Speaks" pi 9 u WKAT :it 7:45 p.m vlth R ilibl .1 • Ml. B'nai B'rith Youth Council To Elect Heads Officers of the Twin City Council of B'nai B'rith Youth will be elected at a meeting scheduled for March 31 at Beth David Synagogue. At the meeting will be presidents and representatives of all B'nai B'rith Youth Rroups, who will outline program? for the : exl three months. Sidney Aronovitz and living Cypen are advisors to the council. c The sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish center will sponsor two public Sedarim for Passover. Priority will be given members, who must make reservations before March 21st, The community at large will lhen be able to reserve all seats available. FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings— 91244 • 78-2972 f/i22?fs??4y/fj?&&/j/z////////0 With DIGNITY *i RESPECT -. our competent staff is ready to re lieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIAMI BEACH Setter Class Listinot On Oceantront Properties. Hotels. Homes or Investment! B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phona I MM "Trustworthy Service" A get-together hu been planned by the Baltimore Club of Florida after Its regular meeting Tuesday evening, March 25. at 8:30 p.m. at the Beach YMfcYWHA on Lincoln rd.. according to Harry E. Sherman, president. %  \\ C ^rJW S. W. 12th AV. 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LAY, MARCH 21. 1947 )4Aecto* of SAuUeA, Miami ORTHODOX UGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wathingion % % #.. Beach. Rabbi MOIM Mascheloif. Cantor Louii D. Feder. fcdav evening services at 6:00 p.m. Sabbath morning services Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the subject: "Month of lotion." Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9:00 the supervision of the board of education. Junior Congrefor children of elementary school age at 10:00 under supernf Mr Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both .group-: bv a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4:00 with j Freedmail in charge. Mincha at 6:00 followed by Shalos i Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. |v at 7:00. Sunday school from 10:00 to 12 noon. Daily school |3:15 to 7:00. TF1LAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph ESyMincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. An Oneg Ct to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p.m. Rabbi Ivs'ky will speak. Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second minI a m The rabbi will conduct the services and preach. Mincha, followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi will discuss the portion w eck. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in a Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish mid custom!. Laws of the Passover are being taught at the Jig service. iMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. -Te Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauar. Ibolas Shabbos 6 p.m. Saturday morning service 8:30 a.m. 1 Graucr. upon return from S'micha Convocation at Yeshiva Uitv. will report on the proceedings and preach on "Paths for lional Judaism." Student service 10:45. Psalms will be read, Mincha at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi r will road the Portion of the Week. Sunday school 10 a.m. fcf Chometz commences this week at the morning services, 9 nd evening services at 6:30 a.m., and afternoons at the Talmud I office. CONSERVATIVE hNGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third a*e, Miami. [Max Shapiro. Rar. Maurica Mamchai. Be Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor 5ies, assisted by the choir, will officiate. Girls of the B'nai Youth organizations will conduct the services. The advisors • group are Mrs. Joseph Bermann and Mrs. Frank Toback. fentral theme for discussion will be "We Reason Why!" Rabbi to will speak on the subject. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann K hosts at the reception in the auditorium immediately after Irvices in honor of the Youth organization. The floral offery Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldfield in honor of their son Elton's ; Bar Mitzva. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. During the ser[ Yale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mosk, will become BarStudent services at 10:30 a.m. +JmM fkridfiajn BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid are., Miami Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel executive director. bbalas Shabbas service, 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening ser8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the subject "The That Face Us." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the t, assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning service, Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the I Bar Mitzva of Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lann, and bn of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Linn, will take place. Junior Conlion service. 10 a.m. Mincha, 5 p.m. Shalos S'udos, 5:15 p.m. [services are held during the week at 8:00 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. LIBERAL (PLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chata §**, Miami Baach. Rabbi Tromih. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. day evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on [Many People Mature Religiously? How Many Cling to ChildReligion" An Oneg Shabbat, tendered by the Zionist Youth Ission, will follow the service. Guest of honor will be Chava ler, direct representative of a children's settlement in Pales[Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Special birthday service honorthose children in our religious school whose birthdays fall March. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions Services, REFORM WLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th it. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. htf'iT 1 Jacob H Kaplan, rabbi amaritus. Death evening services Friday evening, March 21, at 8:15 p.m [£witmnn will preach on the subject "Why Pray?" A confi"? feption will follow the services under the sponsorIt .if T em P le Sisterhood. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. Marks, Ptna Sachs, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. M. Marks, Mrs. Frank KH : k 1 Mr8, Wm Lehman. Mrs. Jerome Weinkle will light R-.u Candles Mrs. Wm. D. Singer is the hospitality chairfen month ot March. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer is the rVu and refreshments. Sabbath morning services at Erv" Zwltman will preach on the Weekly Biblical Portion, vice is preceded by the confirmation study group. I David R MANUEL 18 1 8. Andrewi Bra. Ft. Lauderdale. penal service in honor of and in welcome to new members it M n u ed the Temple this year wiU take place on Friday K'Jk 21, at 8 Pm Rabbi Raab will conduct the service Fath on the subject: "Come Into My Sanctuary." Mr. Arthur %  is membership chairman. A reception in honor of the new luiii if'n Ft Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pompano and Golden l*"i loilow the service. The public is welcome. Plans are iood a Children s Passover Seder to be sponsored by the PWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. M pan. rabbi and executive director. P"> evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will conduct tiL '£** %  His t0 P'e for the evening will be "The New ki • ,, • and Mrs s Zaconick will be hosts at the Oneg How services. Saturday morning service at 10. Mr. PAGE FIFTEEN ax Its c ,. seivices. aaiur g a Salzman will be hosts. lowph £ RackorAr 1M S. W. 5th St Ph ne -743t S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St. Miami Beach Between Colllne Wash. Avee. Hebrew Heligioui Suppliei for Synagogues and Private Usa. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 NJCW FORUM MEETS AT ONLY INN TODAY "Interesting Women in Jewish History" will be the theme of the next of the series of forums and public speaking classes sponsored by the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women when the forum meets this noon at Only Inn, Dade blvd. Members of the public speaking class, conducted by Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, will take over the program for the day. The speakers will be Mrs. Harry Polasky, Mrs. Edward Walterman, Mrs. Sam Brietkopf, Mrs. H. A. Phillips and Mrs. Aaron Farr. The invocation will be read by Mrs. M. Averbruck. Chairman is Mrs. David Walterman. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. Nat Williams or Mrs. Farr. Palestinian Addresses Zionist Youth Mass Rally Miss Chava Selzer, representative of Palestinian children's settlement, addressed a joint meeting of Junior Hadassah and Masada last night at Temple Beth Sholom. The Hadera, young Judea group, presented Palestinian songs and dances. The entertainers were headed by Doris Albin and Toby Cooper. Miss Annette Merchin, chairman of another Judea group, directed a Purim play. BJE DIRECTORS MEET The board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will meet in the office of Louis Heiman, president, 650 Seybold bldg., Monday at 8 p.m. In addition to the regular agenda, Dr. B. Friedl, psychologist and linguist of the University of Miami, will address the board. The Miami Round Table brdadcast, Saturday. WIOD. 7:30 p.m.. will diicuss, "How Can Cooperation Among Religions Affect Community Integration. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of SID'S CUT RATE, at 2400 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY SAKS. Sole Owner. 2/21-28 3/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWER CLEANERS, at 1420 8. W. Eighth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN BECK WALI.Y STEINBERG WASMAN & SILVER, Attorneys for Applicants. 3,7-14-21-28 4/4 I WANT MV MILK Eitab. 1924 And Be Sore If I FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk '7411k Product*-'* Dacro Prote* ia r8 Clerk ">e Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ""<"< %  oi REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT A r ,. 8 T .ORE. INC., BILL L PAI.EOT, 3 .r^v


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PAGE SIXTEEN 9-lewUtncrklton YOUTH ACCEPTS 8.110 a QUOTA Jerome Weinkle, Miami attorney who has been named chairman of the youth division of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal for $1309,741 which began here Sunday, stated today that his group has accepted a $5,000 quota. "The younger generation, from 8 to 18, also must be made aware of its responsibilities," Weinkle gaid, Solicitation will be madi among groups of Hebrew school children all the way to Jewish students at the University of Miami. Students on the campus have already begun their separate campaign for $1,200, under the leadership of Jean Fleischman and Warren Supovitz, undergraduates. Rabbi Albert Michels of Hillel %  House is acting as advisor in the mass solicitation, which is being directed at members of the Zeta Beta Tau. Tau Epsilon Phi. Pi Lambda Phi. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sigma Alpha Mil, Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Sigma, Iota Alpha Pi and organ.1 "independents." Fund raising among children in the Sunday and Hebrew •Is is being directed by Abe (iannes, director of the Bureau of Education here, Weinkle announced. Solicitation in the Miami YMI1A Is under the direction of Maurice Grossman, director, aad Ted Sackowitz, while the Miami Beach impaign is being conducted by Jack Marash. McFarland At Luncheon Rabbi Kronish To Speak V. S. Marshal, Jack McFarland will address members of B'nai B'nth Sholem lodge at their regular luncheon meeting, Friday afternoon at 12:15 in the Downtown club. Mr. McFarland will discuss the problems confronting his office in the administration of his duties as U.S. marshall. Max M. Isberg was one of eight south Floridians who were recently licensed as practicing attorneys in Florida. He was admitted from among a group of 32 who took examinations several weeks ago. The Forum Lecture series on Modern Zionist Thought and Exp, .„ce presents the fourth in its ol eighl speeches when it presents Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will dli%  •Foreign Policy of the Jewish People." Sponsored jointly bj the Bureau Of Jewish Education and Miami Beach Zionist district, the forum will be held al Miami D, j e i centei al 8:30 p.m. March 26. Mr, Jack Burns I e des, Members of the Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged are requested lo attend a regular meeting, TUM-' day. March 25, 1:30 p.m.. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th are.. at which time the nominating committee will present the slate of officers. Plant for the purchase of a lot at site for their new home will be the primary discussion at the meeting of the Jewish War Veterans. Norman Bruce Brown Post. No. 174. Monday evening. The group will convene at the Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. 3rd st. Plans Annual $ The Dad. Field American Canc er ^J ^duct i, s annua ,7j ; campaign through Ap? '"8 to Mrs. Clyde *T commander A !" Wl A goal of | has been set. Proceeds of the driv, J used to maintain thTIS center at 936 IngraharrS an educational p^^ out the year. The ^3 center has g iv n it ^ v.ce to 279 pcrsonTdS past four months. ^1 Excluilva Distributors STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS. Incorporated 47 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone2-1783 %  HAS BEEN ENACTED BEHIND THESE COLUMNS Maybe you've never thought of th hanking business as being dramatic. But when you've helped a lown and its people to build a great city from a small fishing village in forty-five years that 1$ drama! Its drama, too, when you're a vital factor in seeing that city through year* of peace, panics, wars, booms, depressions, languid liquidations and hurricanes. National woo^r'tiim as an outstanding banimig mstitution is not easily acquired. Th. F.rst National Banh of Miami has achieved tin, recognition. Achieved it through wise and progressive administration by'home town* pconle of a basic policy established when th. bank was founded in 1902 "that the first consideration of all transaction, is the safety of the depositors money." Since 1902 The First National Bank lias constantly expanded its services. Today tin bank, offers you every modern hanking facilityfront a Special Checking Department, where no minimum balance is required, to • l*W Department that athninistere the affairs of loll large and small estates! You'll consider it important, too, tU Soundness, Progressiveness and the friend y Service of this bant have mad* The PM National Bank Miami's oldest--and lrj" banking institution. We invite you to use to the Wl" 1 the services and facilities of this bank..-*''"' all transactions are bandied in a friend? helpful manner. TheErsrNattonalBank of Miami Mtamt'g OlJ es t and Largest Financial Institution Establish 1902 • 101 Ea.t Flagl.r Street Member I %  J ,. I n. %  — D,P '" %  Corporation and Federal ft.' *'"^


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^THE J,E W I S H U N I T Y \
ami
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fc[uME 20--NUMBER 12
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[WISH PROPERTY
BE RESTORED
T.
STUTTGART (JTA).Tens of
ousands of German Jews whose
operty and businesses were
lipped from t"em during the
Lzi regime will receive restitu-
under a law approved this
lc by the German Council of
Btes, comprising the minister
esidents of the four states in
US.-occupied zone. The
uue of the properties to be re-
bred runs into hundreds of mil-
Ins of dollars.
The measure must be approved
the American Military Gov-
ament before being promul-
I, but such approval is cer-
l since the legislation was
(opted at the suggestion, and
cause of the insistence, of the
llitary Government officials
\i the State Department. It
been in the process of draft-
and discussion for almost a
ar.
hn making public the law, the
prman official! pointed out that
I might work a hardship on per-
who purchased confiscated
ttty in ignorance of its ori-
1 \ also said that its en-
^cement will be hampered until
lere is uniform legislation
Jroughout Germany. Dr. Hans
ard, minister president of Ba-
kria. said in an accompanying
liter that the legislation con-
the same loopholes that al-
fted Nazis to escape de-Nazifi-
Ition by tlccing to another zone.
piota May Be Increased
JERUSALEM (JTA). Re-
orts were circulating her* this
Jtek that High Commissioner
Alan G. Cunningham had
btained the British Govern-
Mnt's approval of a plan to
Bcrease the monthly immigra-
tion quota for Jaws to 2,500.
po reliable source was willing
confirm the rumors, but the
onibility of such action waa
ot excluded.
A magistrate here refused to
lease on bail lhe 20 members
the crew of the blockade
"nner Ben Hecht. Ha re-
Mnded them for trial in 15
Combined Jewish Appeal Sets Pace CHANCELLOR FIGL
For Nation As Half Million Is
APPEAL PLEDGES
Pledged
BEGIN CJA APPEAL
More than 500 Jewish leaders
"majors" and "captains" in an
army of 2,000 workersmet last
Sunday morning at the Columbus
hotel to launch the 1947 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in Greater
Miami, first such drive on behalf
of refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine to be held in any major
city in the United States this
year.
These workers are now en-
gaged in a mats solicitation of
the Jewish community in a
fund-raiting campaign for SI,-
309,741, "the graaiett under-
taking of Jewt tinea they first
tettled here 50 yeart ago," ac-
cording to Stanley C. Myert,
campaign leader and chairman
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Federation! and Welfare
Funds.
"This campaign also marks our
joining the list of cities through-
out the nation that are raising
more than one million dollars
each in Jewish Appeals this
year," Mr. Myers said.
He pointed out that the drive,
which lasts through March 26,
has two main purposes: Onethe
building of a better community
through support of nine local
Jewish institutions; twothe sav-
ing of lives and the reclamation
of lands overseas.
Of the $1,309,741 to be raised
here, $900,000 will go to the
United Jewish Appeal, Myers
said. The balance will be dis-
tributed among 51 other agencies,
and a total of more than $130,000
in Greater Miami.
Guest speaker at last Sunday's
meeting was Dr. Ruth Gruber,
foreign correspondent, who told
of her experiences in Europe and
Palestine while accompanying the
Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry.
"You hold the lives of 250,-
000 Jews in your hands." taid
Dr. Gruber. If you succeed in
your campaign and the reel of
the Jaws in America tucceed
in their effort! to rait* the
Fourth Report Lunch
Slated For Monday
The fourth report luncheon
meeting in the current Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will be
held Monday. March 24. at
12:15 p.m. at the Hotel Alcazar.
It will be dedicated to the
Hotel Division which, under
the co-chairmanship of Irving
Frankel and Sam Lachman,
hat accepted a quota of $250,-
000. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will deliver the invocation.
$170,000,000 goal of the United
Jewish Appeal, thete Jewt in
the ditplaced persons' campt of
Europe will take heart. Your
tuccest will give them renewed
hope."
Upon the conclusion of Dr.
Gruber's talk, the entire assem-
blage took a pledge with upraised
arms to work unstintingly for the
success of the local drive.
Wm. D. Singer, chairman of the
joint Combined Appeal and the
recent Mt. Sinai hospital building
fund drive for $2,500,000 was an-
Campaign Quotas
Trades .......................... $650,000
Hotel ........................... 250,000
Winter Retidentt ...... 150,000
Metropolitan .............. 150,000
Women't Gift ........... 85,000
Special Astignment 21,741
Youth ...................... 3,000
Total Goal ............$1,309,741
other speaker.
"We set the pace for giving
for the rest of lhe world latt
year," he declared. "We in-
tend to do it again ... for the
achievement of our goal here
will tei the tone throughout the
nation.
"Jewt in the United Statet
. but first of all here in
Greater Miami will decide
how many shall live and how
many thall die in Europe in
1947."
The following message was sent
to the meeting from former Sec-
(Contimted on Page 5)
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH LEADERS TAKE MASS PLEDGE
REPRESENTATION
VIENNA (JTA) Chancellor
Leopold Figl agreed to the in-
clusion of a Jewish representa-
tive on the Austrian delegation
to the Moscow conference, if tha
expected invitation permits a
large enough group. The prom-
ise was made following a request
by David Brill, president of tha
Vienna Jewish community, who
visited Figl.
Figl stated that he was in com-
plete agreement with the Jewish
community's demands for the cre-
ation of a Jewish rehabilitation
fund derived from the property
of Jews who died heirless, to be
administered by the Jews under
government control. Both the
chancellor and Brill agreed on
the principle that the Jewish
property shall .remain within the
country. Figl said that he would
recognize the Vienna Jewish
community as the sole spokesman
for the Jews, asserting that other
organizations which have ex-
pressed an interest in the problem
are "private" groups.
Brill suggested that the gov-
ernment permit the naturaliza-
tion of a number of foreign and
displaced Jews now in the coun-
try, particularly professions who
are badly needed in the Austrian
economy. The chancellor agreed
to the request in principle, but
insisted that each individual casa
must be judged on its own merits.
(A report from Vienna, pub-
lished in New York Saturday,
states that the Soviet representa-
tives on the Allied Control Coun-
cil for Austria has balked at ap-
proving a law covering restitu-
tion of Jewish property recently
adopted by the Austrian parlia-
ment on the basis that it would
endanger Soviet rights to former
the United Jewish Appeal through j German property in eastern Aus-
local contributions. tria.
Wednesday, March 19.Pledges
to the 1947 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in Greater Miami totaled
2,387 today for a sum of $506,334
toward the $1,309,741 campaign
which began here last Sunday.
Announcement was made by Wm.
D. Singer, general chairman at
the second report meeting at the
Alcazar roof.
The meeting was dedicated to
the women's division, under Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, which has
pledged itself to raise $85,000 in
this appeal for 52 causes, includ-
ing the United Jewish Appeal for
refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine. Nine of the benefici-
ary agencies are in Miami.
Women workers to date have
raised nearly $60,000 of their
quota. Mrs. Myers reported.
"We have a special stake in
campaigning for the first time,"
she said. "Miami women will
not fail in their responsibilities
to their unfortunate sisters over-
seas."
On the dais with Mrs. Myers
were Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman
of women's special gifts: Mrs.
Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, co-chairmen of the Miami
and Beach sections, respectively.
Rabbi Aaron Kahan, most deco-
rated chaplain in the armed
forces, formerly director of dis-
placed persons camps in upper
Austria, was guest speaker. He
told of his experiences in the DP
camps and urged the support of
Palestine Jews Rejoice
As Martial Law Is Lifted

WjH?
9
/'

^Pondin, to a pl.a by Campaign Chairman Stanl.y C. My., the entire audience, attend
ft la Sunday', campaign opwJng br^xkiast. .tood up and with MPW^cTenM P**W
>l will be ..nt to displaced per.on.^amp. In Europe a. a token of hope and encourage-
from th. J#w, 0| Greater Miami, eay. Mr. Myers.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Martial
law was lifted at noon on Mon-
day from Tel Aviv and its nu-
merous environs and the large
Jewish section of Jerusalem after
having been in force since early
I in March.
The signal for the end of mili-
tary rule was greeted with joy-
ous shouts and rejoicing through-
out the "sealed areas." In Jeru-
salem thousands of men, women
and children had assembled on
both sides of the barbed wire
barricades waiting for the sound
of a whistle blast to rush toward
their friends and relatives on the
other side.
Although heavily armed troops
on foot and in armored cars pa-
trolled the area, the impatient
crowds broke through the wire
a few minutes ahead of the dead-
line, shouting "Shalom" and
"Mazcl Tov." As men and wom-
en embraced each other at the
"borders," trucks began driving
into the former controlled areas
carrying- a variety of foods, medi-
cines and other necessities which
had been in short supply for the
last two weeks.
A Jewish Agency spokesman
told a press conference that the
Jewish community was stiii
doubtful of the necessity for mar-
tial law or of its effectiveness.
He said that the government still
had an opportunity tQ calm down
the country if it would consent
to increased immigration. "Un-
less and until immigration to
Palestine is allowed, we have no
illusions about the continuance of
bitterness and tension," he con-
cluded.
The Haganah radio "Voice of
Israel" warned the Jews that al-
though martial law was ended,
the White Paper was still in ef-
fect. The announced declared
that the imposition of a military
regime had been aimed at under-
mining Jewish demands for im-
migration and at driving a wedge
between the Jews and their rep-
resentative institutions. He as-
serted that the dissidents and the
Palestine government had one
common aimto discredit the
Jewish leadershipbut that tha
"intrigue" had not been success-
ful.
Minutes before martial law
ended in Jerusalem British sol-
diers carried out a search in tha
Bukhara quarter. An entire
block was checked thoroughly,
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Junior Symphony Opens
Concert Series Sunday
First concert of the University
of Miami junior symphony has
been scheduled for Sunday after-
noon at 4:30 in the Miami Senior
High school auditorium.
Gerard Haft, member of the
university's music school faculty,
will direct the orchestra, and
Caroline Hayman, pianist, will
appear as soloist.
Program for the concert will
include Concerto Grosso in B flat
major by G. F. Handel; overture
to the opera "Bastien and Bas-
tienne" and minuet from the
quintet in C major, K. 515, by
Mozart; Concerto for piano in
D major by Haydn, and Sym-
phony N. 5 in B flat major by F.
Schubert.
Haft, who was born in Rotter-
dam, Holland, is a graduate of
the Mozart academy in Salzburg,
Austria, where he studied con-
ducting under Bruno Walter,
Felix von Weingartner, and Bern-
hard Baumgartner. During the
two years he spent in the United
States army he conducted the Ft.
Devens Symphony orchestra and
chorus. Also a 'cellist, Haft ap-
peared recently as soloist with
the University symphony orches-
tra.
BaLij Parade
Sharon Lynne, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman,
was born February 16 .. Sher-
ril Lynn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Knobel, arrived ->n March
11 Janis Louise, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Orlorf.
6932 N. E. Second ave.. March
4 Frances Ann, daughter
of Mr. .nd Mrs. Martin Lazar,
2921 Sheridan ave., was born
Mc -^ 4 Bernard Eugene,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Holzer, 12111 Biaca,ne blvd.,
M -' 2 Frederick Stephen,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard
G" '-stein, arrived March 6.
lerumadif Speaking
Atlanta Jaycees Honor
Former Miami Attorney
Miami Elks Hold Dance
For Children's Home
Fund-raising for the Harry-
Anna Crippled Children's Home
at Umatilla is the purpose behind
the Miami Elks lodge annual
Spring Carnival on the show-
grounds at N. W. Seventh st. and ,,f jhe Miami Jaycees, and presi-
12th ave., from March 21 through I dent of B'nai B'rith Sholom lodge.
March 29, excluding Sunday -----------------------------.
Irving K. Kaler, former Miami
resident and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kaler, 560 Michigan ave.,
Miami Beach, was honored this
month when the Atlanta Junior
Chamber of Commerce selected
him
Year.
Mr Kaler, young attorney, was
presented a gold key in recog-
nition of his leadership and ser-
vice to the community "without
consideration for race, color or
creed." A veteran, he is state
and city service officer for the
Jewish War Veterans, a director
of B'nai B'rith youth organization,
and is on the Atlanta Jay-cee As-
sociate board.
The young lawyer is the cousin
of Mr. Sam Silver, vice president
Mr. Jack Burd. service officer
for Jewish War Veterans for
the state of Florida, is back at
his post at Dinner Key Veterans
Administration office after hav-
ing been discharged from the
Nautilus hospital on March 14.
Guests of the Hotel Nether-
lands are Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kahn of Elizabeth, N. J. The
Kahns are former residents of
Miami. They will visit their
friends here and return to their
home next week.
Richard Charles Schulman,
trumpet protege, will perform
at a Bayfront park concert this
evening. He is the 12-year-old
Chanim of Macon, Ga.
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky,
director of B'nai B'rith Girls,
District 5, spent the weekend of
February 21 in Orlando visit-
ing the Orlando chapter of the
B. B. G's. She was entertained
with a luncheon at the Fort
Gatlin hotel, at which various
topics and future plans were
di rssed.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Zuker
are wintering at the Hotel Com-
modore, Miami Beach. The
Zukers are residents of Butler,
Pa.
A personal luncheon shower,
in honor of her forthcoming
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry marriage was tendered Beverly
March 23.
William Shayne. general chair-
man, has announced that a wide
variety of riding devices, side-
shows and other attractions will
be presented by Endy Brothers'
Shows at the festival, with a
brand new automobile to be given i morrow afternoon at 3:30 when
awav on the concluding day. ,'he Spinoza Forum meets at 124
An admission of 20 cents will be, Hth St., Miami Beach.
charged at the gate. Children Charles H. Lee will lecturer on
accompanied by their parents will [ Astronomy on Tuesday evening
be admitted free.
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BEDROOM APARTMENT
FOR RENT
For Six Monthi
BegmninQ May Firat
REASONABLE RATE
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Bates "Sun Country"
Prints of washable Enka
Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon
blvd.. Coral Gables. His pro-
gram will include Harry James'
Concerto for Trumpet and the
"Flight of the Bumblebee," by
Rimsky Korsokov.
Mrs. Lena Alperstein of Chi-
cago arrived Tuesday to visit
s Young Man of the,her daughter, Shirley, of the
Regent hotel, Miami Beach.
A Bris for Frederic Stephen,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard
Glickstein, 317 Mendoza ave.,
Coral Gables, was held March
13 at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, with Rev. Maurice Mam-
ches officiating. Dr. Glickstein,
father of Mr. Harry Glickstein,
assisted at the ceremony as did
the child's godfather, Mr. Louis
Skobel, and the godmother,
Mrs. William Samelson.
Among the many guests who
attended were the mother's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Samelson, and her brother. Dr.
Charles Samelson, who motor-
ed to Miami from Chicago to
be present
Mr. John Feller and Mrs. Sara
Feller, brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, celebrated their birth-
days on March 10 with a dinner
at Hickory House. Among the
guests were Mr. and Mrs. I.
Spinoza Forum Hears
Clarke Book Review
'Alexander Hamilton'' by
Schachner will be the subject of
the review by Edward Clarke to-
and Wednesday evening the
guest speaker will be Dr. Harry
F. Ward, professor emeritus of
the Union Theological seminary
of America. His topic v. ill be
"Russia."
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MIAMI STORE, FABRICS
CENTER, SECOND FIXK3R
Miamian Gets National
Sisterhood Board Post
Mis. Reba Enler Epstein. Mi-
ami attorney and president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Is: ad, has
recently been elected to the bend
of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods.
Mrs. Epstein will serve as a
member of the committee on re-
ligious extension. She was asked
to serve .n recognition of the work
which she had been doing both
in the local Sisterhood ann in the
Southwest Region of thi
Federation.
Baltimore Club Plans
Party For Beach 'Y' Fund
The Miami Beach YM&WHA's
$300,000 building fund will be re-
cipient of proceeds of the card
party and stage show which the
Baltimore Club of Florida will
nt on Thursday, April 17, at
the National Hotel auditorium.
The show will be staged and
produced by Aaron Rosenberg,
chairman. Harry R. Sherman is
president of the group.
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Full Line of 100o Wool
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Tailors' Supplies
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August by her friends. Miss
Irene Jacobs, Dorothy Boss and
Lynn Rabin at the Antilla hotel,
Coral Gables, Sunday after-
noon.
Friends of Benn Bloom wish
him tr > best of luck in his new
building at 2045 N. W. First
ave. Mr. Bloom is owner of the
Royal Palm Men's Sport Shop.
A birthday r-rty for Annette
Resnit of Paris, France, and
Miami will be given tomorrow
evening at the home of Sylvia
Sir, 811 Jefferson ave. The
party is being given by Elaine
Kline and Nettie Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
left Thursday for Savannah
where Mr. Blumberg will ob-
serve the Yahrzeit of his par-
ents Mrs. Etta LeVine left
Thursday morning for a visit
with friends in Chicago.
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national sampling of American
Jewish opinion on the function
and operations of the National
Jewish Welfare board and on the
future of the Jewish Community
Center movement will be made
public at JWB's annual meeting
at the William Penn hotel, Pitts-
burgh, from Saturday evening,
May 10 to Monday, May 12.
A culmination of a year-long
survey, the poll is the basis of the
report of the JWB Survey com-
mission, whose recommendations
will be revealed at the 1947 con-
vention.
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troduce new pledge adna.nW|
dance to introduce !^
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Mrs. Theodore Simon, 1 *l
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as chaperons. m IBM
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A campus queen will I* ^m
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ity's Mard, Gras Satul^
nmg at 1010 West ave d
Beach. The event will' ]
first costume ball ever heUS
students of the University!
Miami.
Entertainment has bee- rial
uled or every half hour' 2
the evening. The talent -a=bl
chosen from professionals",,,
appearing in Greater Miami < \
Feature of the ball is the fJ
entation of new pledges Kkl
Mary Merritt, dean of WobJ
and Dr. Bowman Ashe, presufcal
of the University, have xJ
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JEWISH FOLK CHORUS 10
RESENT ANNUAL CONCERT SUNDAY
MGE THREE
Ichmaxing three yearn of cul-
Val service to the community.
L Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Lus will present its annual
Lert Sunday evening, 8:30, at
Ci Beach High school. 1420
texel ave.
[rhe chorus, which originally
Lbered eight members, has
Uwn considerably until now its
Lter contains 60 names. An af-
Lte of the Jewish Music Alli-
fce National Organization, the
fou'p lias brought to Greater
liami the excellent renditions of
jaditional and modern Jewish
lusic.
I Louis Powcsky has been con-
Lctor of the group since its in-
tption. Miss Rose Robin serves
i accompanist.
f Highlight of the anniversary
Lcert will be the rendition of
fce "Esther Hamalka Cantata,"
he story of Purim in song. This
lork was written by Maurice
Rauch with a text by Wolfe
Younin. Other events on the
program include piano selections
by Israel Korenman and Jacob Y.
Goldring, cantor of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community center,
as soloist.
Tickets may be purchased at
Drucker's Jewelry store, 1454
Washington ave., or from Mrs.
Augusta Birnberg, secretary of
the organization, 1745 S. W. 6th
St., or by phoning Mrs. Birnberg
at 3-6705. The price is $1.80 for
reserved seats and $1.20 general
admission.
Officers for the chorus are
Esther Morris, manager; Max
Shlafrock, assistant manager;
Edith Lance, treasurer; Isadore
Jacobson, social director; Robert
Lance, federation delegate; Hilda
Shlafrock, librarian, and Morris
Rohinsky, membership commit-
tee.
flagler Track Cites
popularity Statistics
I The popularity of the sport of
Lyhound racing is growing in
lie state of Florida like wildfire.
IWest Flagler Kennel club's
rresent campaign is an indica-
|on of this. During the first 61
ights of racing at the popular
liami do? racing center, 50.255
Lre fans saw the sport than they
Id (or the same period of days
ist season. This season so far,
1(6.091 fans have witnessed dog
Icing at Flagler, while the year
Wore, only 325,830 witnessed the
tort
| The mutuel play at West Flag-
V to is .ihead of last year, the
flagler track being one of the few
ce tracks of any kind in the
Inited States with an increase
Ker last year. During the first
nights of racing, $10,568,478
Las wagered at Flagler, while for
pe same period during last sea-
pr $10,543,953 was bet.
[West Flagler is now nearing
he climax of its 1947 campaign.
the track closes its 80-night
keeting. the most successful in
Jistory. April 3, with the annual
nning of the rich West Flagler
kennel Club Derby.
Seeking Arthur Leone
Information is being sought of
Arthur Leone on behalf of his
wife and infant daughter, who
was born subsequent to his dis-
appearance from home, with
whom he has failed to communi-
cate and for whom he has failed
to contribute support since June,
1946, as a result of which they
are at the present time in desti-
tute circumstances and dependent
on the aid of relatives.
Arthur Leone was born on Jan-
uary 25, 1922, in New York. He
is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs 170
pounds, has brown hair, blue eyes,
tattoos on both arms and is a
truck driver by occupation. He
is alleged to be residing in Florida
at the present time. Any one
aware of his whereabouts is re-
quested to communicate with the
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jured at their planning meeting in the Hillel House, standing, are: Sam Rabin, James Kahn.
Bruce Isaacs, Bernard Mandler, Julie Presar, Bll Landsman, Bill Schwarxman, Warren Supo-
vitz and Jean Fleischman, co-chairmen oi ths university campaign; and Jerome Welnkle.
chairman oi the campaign's youth division. Seated: Stanley Saffron. Marilyn Socoloff, Mrs.
Albert Michels, Martin Gallowitx. Rabbi Albeit Mlchels. director oi Hillel House; Dan Kaplan.
Betty Levy. Marion Gold. Lindy Pessln and Roslyn Perlish. Six fraternities, four sororities
and independents" are represented.
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Editorial
THE REAL REASON
In a face-saving device for the utter failure of its repressive
measures against the Yishuv. the British military in Palestine
have announced the removal of martial law. This announce-
ment has been accompanied by the canard that martial law
has been repealed because many of the Yishuv have turned
informers. This is the implication of the communique issuea
by the British commander, an implication which has been im-
mediately repudiated by the Yishuv. The Haqanah in a broad-
cast over its clandestine radio. "Voice of Israel.' categorically
declared that while it is against tenor it will not permit the
Yishuv to be transformed into a department of the Palestine
secret police. This statement was made in answer to the
communique for the government that the Jews are cooperating
in suppressing violence. The Haganah categorically repudiated
this government statement.
There are two patent reasons which prompted the repeal of
martial law: one, the failurewhich was admitted by the British
themselvesof martial law to intimidate the Yishuv and to
suppress violence since the basic cause of such acts of despera-
tion is the closing of the doors of Palestine; two. because of a
desire to relegate to the background the events in Palestine
at a time when the question of United States financial aid to
the Middle East is being considered by Congress.
At a time when Britain is pleading poverty and wished the
U. S. to underwrite its financial commitments in Greece and|
other parts of the Near East, the British government does no?
want that the matter of the huge expenditures involved in
martial law in Palestine shall remain constantly in the forefront
of the American public particularly when Congress is being
asked to vote large sums for the Middle East. S400.000.000 has
to date been spent on the maintenance of 100,000 troops in
Palestine "for the sake"-in the words of Winston Churchill
"of a senseless, squalid war aqainst the Jews." This money
could profitably be used to provide the necessities of life to the
British people at home. The British know that the question is
being constantly posed. The British claim that they have notj
the means to maintain 10,000 troops in Greece. Where do they!
get the money to keep 100,000 troops in Palestine?
The removal of martial law has not been done as an act of
charity toward the Yishuv but in British interests. The announce-
ment of the repeal oi martial law is just window-dressing since
100,000 troops in Palestine will still remain to bar survivors of
Nazi massacres from reaching the Promised Land.
rJenistncridku^
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director,
Anti-Defamation League
Choice Particles:
Attention, would-be fuehrers.
Homer Loomis, Jr., wealthy play-
boy loader >f the moribund Co-
lumbians, last week appeared be-
tore Judge Quincy Allan in tne
Fulton County Superior Court,
Georgia, on the complaint oi
Ralph Childers, former Colum-
bian, that he had stolen Childers
coat. An interesting sidelight of
this court drama was the fact
that Loomis pleaded poverty and
asked the court to assign defense
counsel, which the court did.
Hati doesn't pay-
.
While on the subject of
Loomis, his trial last month in
connection with his nefarious
activities as leader of the Co-
lumbians produced another
court gem. A Columbian wit-
ness claimed that a "number of
Jews" attended one of their
meetings and attempted to
break it up.
"Would you know a Jew if
you saw one?" the witness was
asked by Solicitor General An-
drews on cross examination.
"Of course I do," the witness
replied.
Andrews rounded up a group
of men and stood them before
the witness.
"Pick out a Jew." he said.
The witness picked out Du-
pont Wright, the "Atlanta Con-
stitution" court reporter, who
is not of the Jewish faith!
ii
Between You and Me9'
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
POLITICAL TRENDS: I A PALESTINE STUDY:
A new line of political The most valuable and up-to-
being considered by Zioni>t lead- date study on Palestine, covering
the United States ... It is every possible angle of Jewish,
on the U.S. determination Arab and British policies, was
isist Greece and Tur- published this week by the Yale
key and to establish a firmer University Press... Entitled sira-
American pup in the Mediter- ply "Palestine,"1 the imp:
an Since this signifies two-volume study was prepared,
direct American participation in by blished for the Esco Recmmended Books:
ti ,1 song writer Irving
Caesar's crusade to spread inter-
national amity through his re-
markable "Songs of Friendship"
is especially well known to south
Florida residents, what with his
several radio broadcasts, appear-
ances in schools, at rallies and
before civic organizations. The
other day we were approached by
a representative of a restricted
hotel and wore asked to prevail
upon Mr. Caesar to give a recital
there. With considerable re-
straint, the writer explained that
he could not suggest such an ap-
pearance to Mr. Caesar for fear of
offending him, since the un-
American policy pursued by the
hotel was in sharp contradiction
with the ideals harbored and ex-
pressed by Mr. Caesar in these
magnificent songs.
the Mediterranean zone, Zionist Foundation foi Palestine of
leaders feel that there is no rea- which Ethel and F
son any longer why the U.S :; i fi ind< i and Ri G.Jacobs
should not take a leading part in j thi : .
the Palestine question, beyond lions, by ,
the standing request of President special staff ol scholars and spe-
Truman for the admission of 100,- cialists, the study duals with
000 Jews ... Up to now, the U.S. every a ]>,',;, stme begin-
claimed that it could influence ning with the development of festering in the South and infect-
the Palestine situation only from Zionism in the last century up to in6 a11 America.
the outside ... But now that it is' the findings of the Anglo-Amer- "sir'R a Song of Friendship" by
"Southern Exposure"* by Stet-
son Kennedy. A reporter's re-
port of the Columbians and the
. The result o ''"' KKK- both of which
organizations Kennedy joined.
This fully documented volume
cuts through the maze of the
socio-economic-political disease
Irving Caesar. A must in every
home.
These and other books may be
obtained through this office of
the league at special discount.
. Objective, factual and com-
prehensive, this monumental
study is dedicated to Rose G.
Jacobs, Hadassah leader and
Partment officials meet in a group quaint themselves with the Pal
T V AJY\ I ltt> f* Sl f v A U_ _m_ '11 Sh a A I 1ft
from time to time with one of the
American Zionist leaders to se-
cure his views on Palestine devel-
opments ... The first such meet-
ing took place recently, with Dr.
Emanuel Neumann outlining the
attitude of the Jewish Agency j has been published "by the Km",',
toward various aspects of the Foundation ... The studv is writ-
Palestine situation ... Secretary ten and edited to make each
Marshall also met with Moshe' chapter absorbing readine
Shertok pyor to leaving for Mos- Thus, it is the kind of a work
cow The F.B.I, raid on the ~
Arab Office in Washington had
nothing to do with the anti-
Zionist propaganda which the of-
fice is conducting The F.B.I,
was interested in discovering cer-
tain connections which some per-
sons in the Arab Office are al-
leged to maintain, but which have
nothing to do with Palestine .
taking over in Greece and Turkey ican Committee of Inquirv
and discussing the establishment j is a kind of encyclopedic e
of an Anglo-American base in which overshadow- a 11 other
Libya, the U.S. Government is no studies published on the political
longer an "outsider" in the Near cultural, social and economic
and Middle East And Palestine questions concerning Palestine
is certainly an important point in | Coming as it does at a tirn'e
that part of the world ... ; when the* Palestine Issue ls about
it can now be disclosed that i to be placed before the United
Secretary of State Marshall, prior i Nations, it is a tremendous con-
ferinnling .thf MSC0W Con-1tribution l0 "e'P'ng both states- -
lerence, suggested that State De- men and ordinary readers to ac- member of the Jewish Agencv
executive, who had much ,o do
with inspiring it
i ,
EDUCATIONAL NOTES:
There are now about 200,000
' wish students in American uni-
versities and colleges This is
about twice the number that at-
tended schools of higher educa-
tion before the outbreak of the
war ... The increase is due to
the fad that the G.I. Bill f
Rights enables war veterans to
study in accredited colleges
While more than 50 American
universities and colleges have
poor records with regard to ac-
cepting Jewish students, there are
about 20 which have a commend-
able record These include
tine pioblem ... The Secretariat
of the United Nations which is
preparing factual material on
Palestine for the U.N. members
should have little to do now that
all possible available material
which will attract wide attention
among many who are interested
in the Palestine problem ... In
fact, it is one of those "must-
volumes that no politically-
minded person can afford not to
have in his library Especially,
I is a student of contemporary
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
MAicity eonfaUnUat
(Copyrloht. IMt, .v.n Art. Feature Syndic.,,,
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
FLASH!
The next important exposure of a lascist en
which will overshadow the stuff dug up on JTrS
Columbians, will be the forthcoming unveilino ni'ik'*
ties of the DEMOCRATIC NATIONALIST PARTY *"**
D. N. P. ha some very important names on its sdo' 9
A number of politicians from Minnesota who heath/!!
frontery to play a liberal make-believe role will be b I *
scoop T0T,i
The Hebrew Committee of National Liberation (L e th til
Bergson group) will announce within the very near ( M
it has established a Provisional Hebrew governmentfan H
tine "The government" will function with headaJn
Switzerland and will issue "visas" for Palestine Oil
many dangers that will result from this move is the racln
that will be done with those visas Poor DP's i ^
liberation will be easy victims, and strip themselves far 2 U
looking papers that will at best land them in Cyprus.
POT POURRI
B. Z. Goldberg, Jewish foreign correspondent of the
Day, just returned safely from an exciting trip that tank
to the USSR, Palestine and most of Europe ... So the other S I
he slipped in front of his New York home and broke his 2
arm Tyron Guthrie. noted English director, is woikJnsT
the Habimah, Palestine theatre group He's dirertm
Hebrew production of Euripides' "Oedipus Rex" l-'
Melchior, the Metropolitan Opera star, refers to the meruMkk
wears as a "touch of God's little finger" Melchior DaJ
and a Lutheran, sang for the residents of a Jewish Home for tit
Aged in his section of Los Angeles ... He was made an W
orary Jew" and presented with the mezuzah in a aestur. 4
appreciation.
MUSICAL NOTES
Record collectors will become RCA Victor's new release 4
"Moonlight Sonata," which features an irresistible combinatioD-
Beethoven's classic piano composition played by Vhdini
Horowitz Horowitz plays with marked restraint in the fin"
two movements, achieving a quality of exquisite lyricism and
supreme delicacy ... In the concluding movement, where to j
bidding arpeggios and great masses of chords constitute i
challenqe to every pianist, Horowitz works a miracle... Ink
hands the music emerges as a jewel with innumerable facets at ]
dazzling light.
BROADWAY GOSSIP
Jack Benny and Warner Brothers need a referee .. He I
complains of studio interference and wants to choose the directofi
of his next film There's talk of reviving Al Jolson's i
talkie, "The Jazz Singer," now that the technicolor "Iota I
Story" has revived early Jolson fans Danny Thomas, In*
comic, will play a rabbi in a coming MGM feature ... Chant
Chaplin's sons, Sidney and Charlie, Jr., are in the cast of "EtbaiJ
Frome," playing on the legit stage in California.
WORTH READING
"The Palestine Oil Scandal" in the March issue of "ThsJ
Synagogue Light" ... A collection of facts on the British i
American oil concessions in the Holy Land that contribust
a great deal to one's understanding of what makes impenij
ism tick Albert Kahn's expose of John Roy Carlson in J
March issue of Jewish Life Sows seeds for thought arnoo)
those who have accepted Carlson as an uncompromising ra j
fascist.
in a gestured
history and wants to know '. *"cst" inc'uae
lege of New York, Hunter Col-
lege, University of Illinois, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Rutgers
College, New School for Social
Research and Cooper Union .
And speaking of education, it is
increasing in the United States
. At present there are 55 such
schools in New York City ... Of
them, 46 are elementary schools
with about 8,000 pupils and nine
high schools with about 1,700 stu-
dents Baltimore has four Jew-
ish parochial schools Boston,
Philadelphia and Chicago have
three all-day schools each .
Newark and Detroit each have
two schools Then there are
10 other cities having one paro-
chial school (see Editor's Note)
.. They are Minneapolis, Bridge-
port, Cleveland, Los Angeles, St.
Louis, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Cin-
cinnati, Paterson and New Haven
. The total enrollment in all
the parochial schools throughout
the country is 12,235 this year as
compared with about 10,000 last
year Most of the children in
the New York Jewish parochial
is benefit from the National
School Lunch Program which
was placed'on a permanent basis
by an act of Congress in June,
1946. but which is now threatened
by the Congressional "economy
drive" ... In New York State
this program is administered by
the state Education Department
The Jewish Education Com-
mittee of New York acts as iflieyj
mediary between the Jewish j
day schools and the State Hj
cation Department ... The tots
State subsidy for this purpose'*
the Jewish day schools aural
the past year amounted to o*
$75,000'. The administrate
co--ts of the service are bor
entirely by the Jewish Educit*
Committee .
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LAy, MARCH 21, 194V
tctint Jews Rejoice As
rtial Law Is Lifted
iContinucd from Page 1)
[ nothing was found and no one
i detained.
Lveral hours after the lifting
lartial la'. a large force of
bus surrounded the Rishon Le
i area and screened thousands
, Five men from the near-
[Nachlath Yehuda settlement
L detained for further ques-
ting
,,1 explosion late Sunday night
L up the Jewish Agency public
Ltions office and damaged the
Eding m which it was located.
Lre were no casualties because
[one was in tthe office. Only
lor damage resulted to other
Ires in the building. Responsi-
I Jewish circles do not believe
the time bomb was set by
Lbers of the dissident groups,
tough British news reports re-
] to it as a terrorist bombing.
Ilie Irgun sent statements to
Jewish press charging the
jtish with responsibility for the
Ion. Richard Stubbs, govern-
ht press officer, answering the
said: "This is an in-
diable suggestion. The Pales-
i government fights terror, it
isn't create it." A Jewish
fency spokesman said that there
no evidence to associate any-
I with the explosion.
clandestine radio broadcast
Stern group announced that
|had rothing to do with the
wing up of the public rela-
ys office. It admitted responsi-
bly for a number of recent' at-
&s and bombings throughout
i country and said that it had
cuted 16-year-old Michael
knell as a ''traitor and an in-
Imer." Schnell was found dead
I a cave near Haifa about two
leks ago.
Moshe Barazahai, a Sternist
to was captured last week in
controlled area of Jerusalem
jth a hand grenade in his pos-
kion, was condemned to death
la British military court. Bara-
pai refused to participate in
1 court proceedings.
the Sternists meanwhile ap-
pled to the members of the
wish Agency executive, meeting
plenary session here, to co-
with them. The dissi-
Miami Leaders Begin
Huge CJA Fund Raising
(Continued from Page 1)
rotary of the Treasury Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., general chair-
man of the United Jewish Ap-
peal:
"On occasion of opening of 1947
drive in Greater Miami I wish to
convey to you and rest of Jewish
community my earnest hope that
your devoted and energetic ef-
forts will result in maximum
fund for saving and rebuilding
lives of hundreds of thousands
surviving Jews in Europe. Grave
situation confronts American
Jewry in not only sustaining
lives of large number of Jews but
in finding new homes and in giv-
ing new future i n Palestine,
United States and other lands.
National United Jewish Appeal
quota of $170,000,000 represents
minimum required for historic
endeavors to meet crisis of mass
homelessness and distress. World
at large and international agen-
cies do not yet offer even ap-
proximation of adequate help.
Therefore, we represent major
source of hope for those who have
not yet been freed from misery
and suffering. My best wishes to
you and those associated with you
in this noble undertaking."
Marine Flasher Arrives From
Germany With 640 DP's
NEW YORK (JTA)The
American transport Marine
Flasher arrived here this week
from Bremen, Germany, with 640
displaced persons aboard, of
whom the bulk were Jewish
refugees.
Passage for most of the Jewish
DP's was arranged by the Joint
Distribution committee and the
HIAS. They were met at the
pier by representatives of the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans and HIAS.
dent group asked a merger of all
Jewish forces in Palestine "not
because we are weak, but be-
' cause national discipline is su-
1 perior to all considerations, but
because it is more efficient for
' our common struggle. We call on
. the agency to show at least a
( minimum of resistance."
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And Will Cater to the Public Entire
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Under Supervision of Maschgiach

CANTOR LOUIS B. FEDER
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Or Phone 5-4691
*'Jewlsit ihrkUan
Civics Youth Group
To Hear JSSB Director
The third in a series of Jewish
Community Civics meetings will
be conducted by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, Sunday, March
23, in the offices of the Jewish
Social Service bureau, when
young people from the Congrega-
tion Beth David and the Miami
Beach Jewish center will meet
with Charles Cohen, director of
JSSB.
Two other meetings have been
held, one with Mr. George Talian-
off, director of the Anti-Defama-
tion league, and with Mr. Morris
Klass of the Greater Miami Jew-
MGE riVB
ish federation.- Future sessions
are planned with Hillel and
YM&WHA directors and the
Board of Jewish Education.
$900,000 of the $1,309,741
goal here in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal goes lo the UJA for
refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine.
700 JEWISH REFUGEES
ARRIVE IN AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY, Australia (JTA)
The 10,000-ton Dutch ship Johan
De Witt arrived here with 701
Jewish immigrants from Europe.
The ship left Marseilles in Febru-
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PAGE SIX
* leHlstFlcrMton


ADDRESS BY OR. GRUBER
LEADERS TO MASS PLEDGE EDR DRIVE
work in connection with the war
refugees was outstanding, not
only because of your efficiency,
but more particularly because of
your human touch that none with
whom y< u came in contact could
When Dr. Ruth Gruber stood up to address the 500 men! fail to grasp and to appreckte"
and women attending the opening breakfast of the 1947 Com- In Jan iry, 1946. TO. TftacK-
bined Jewish Appeal at the Columbus hotel last Sunday mom-1 ery, publisher of the New York
ing, there were many who commented on her youth and ex- Pilft wrote to Mr. Ickes, asking
pressed some doubt at her ability to sway that large assem-
blaae.
But when she was through, the deafening applause dis- ^. ,t .p ,n(icnt and follow the
pelled any doubt on that score. Her fervor, her knowledge of
the subject, her fiery sincerity brought everyone to their feet
and mass pledge in which the entire audience at the suggestion
of Stanley C. Myers vowed to. ,
, ., ,, port, carrvinfi wound.>d -
work for the success of the cam- r .',. ., ,,. __
i i u home, and thev traveled to Amor-
paign was no less a personal tnb- ..* .___ ,
< T-. <> i .u .. ica through the dangei ius
ute to Dr. Gruber than a token ,, *......" _. ,h
. ,, .. of the Mediterranean and the
of svmpathv for fellow-Jews in ... ,. :.. ..sj.
i___i__ --_.. Atlantic, going through air raids
'and skirting submarines. On
| board the ship. Miss Grubn got
. to know each of the refugees per-
sonally, wrote down the heart-
breaking stories of their flight
33 Europe and helped to pre-
pare them for their life in
America.
On their arrival in OswegO, she
certain thaiiTthose "who "hear her helped set up the kosher kitchen
leave the meeting determined tol^ the orthodox members of the
work ceaselessly for the success | '-""P and worked tirelessly with
of the campaign. -'" lhe Pnvate Jewish welfare
When m 1944 President Roose- agencies in making life a little
velt invited 1.000 refuge.. asier and richer for the refugees.
Europe to a haven in Oswego. Dr. Stephen S. Wiso v. ting th.
N. Y. Ruth Grutx ent by Shelter a few days after the ;
the U. S. government to bring l'!> arrived, wrote a letter to
thesi es to Americi Shi Si etarj [ekes, saying "Dr,
went as the personal representa- Grubei so useful that I feel 11 them were determined to go to
live .! Secretary of the' Int< ,hl' hope of all of them tl al Palestine
Harold L. Ickes. in she may be permitted to remain' She flew to Egypt and Pales-
ment the Shelter was adminis- f"r some weeks longer and con-i tine, sending constant articles and
reports to the New York Post on
what the committee was doing
and what she saw. She flew
across the oil fields of Iraq to
Bagdad, where she talked with
members of the Iraq government,
and with the Sephardic Jews of j
Bagdad, most of whom had never
talked to a foreign correspondent
barbed wire encampments.
Dr. Gruber's visit here to |
launch the Greater Miami cam-
paign resulted from the insist-
ence of national leaders of the
United Jewish Appeal who knew
of her ability to touch the emo-
tions of her listeners. The ex-
periences she recounts and the
manner of her telling them makes
him to release Dr. Gruber, so that
she might join the Post as foreign
Anglo-American Committee on
Inquiry all through Europe and
the Middle East to Palestine. "I
believe," he wrote, "that her con-
stant contact with the commission
in the capacity of journalist will
have ist salutary effect on its
deliberations, and will be of in-
calculable assistance, not only to
the commission, but to all of us
in arriving at decent and just
conclusions."
She flew to England, joined
the Anglo-American Committee
of Inquiry and traveled with them
throughout war-torn Europe, vis-
iting the DP camps, speaking
where to the Jewish refu-
gees, bringing to them sympa-
thetic and profound understand-
ing because of her experience
with the thousand refugees in
America, and learning from them
why more than 90 per cent of
in their lives.
On her return to Palestine, she
interviewed officials of the Jew-
ish Agency, Arab political lead-
ers and British civil servants.
She talked to the man on the
street. She studied the life of
the Jewish people in their cities
and settlements. She had mid-
night interviews with members
of the Underground Army. She
dined with Jews and Arabs, all
of whom sought her out as an
objective, honest and fearless
journalist.
On her return to the United
States, she wrcuTZ^
tional articles Pa, H
tme the I.,.,nd of **.]
her articles were quo^ j, M
the United States and E^'H
the Palestine-Irel,*, rH
reprinted in iu entirety^
Congressional Record" I
Between lecture,, p*. GrJ
>* workmg on a novel, *
tral characters of which *
placed persons. She >, I
complete her book short,'1
tend. She flew from Washing-
ton to Casablanca. Algiers and
Naples. In Italy, the refugees
boarded an Army troop trans-
tinue her admirable service to
people."
In a letter to Miss Gruber,
tary Ickes wrote "Your
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RIDAV, MARCH 21, 1947
-JewlstiFhr/dbn
IIHEL
trominent B'nai B'rith leaders
om Florida were among the 200
ople who gathered to formally
dicate the new Hillel House at
, University of Florida at
unesville on Feb. 23.
[Dean Joseph Weil of the Uni-
tsity EnEineering college and
[national f.gure in B'nai B'rith
Vd upon Morris H. Witten of
tksonville. chairman of the
fcllel building fund, to cut the
ne and climax the ceremonies.
Jrhe dedication marked the close
i a cultural and social weekend
i the University of Florida
Mel Foundation played host to
e Hillel of Florida State College
Women at Tallahassee. The
loeram included student ser-
ies at Hillel House Friday night
Slowed by an informal social.
CturdaV morning, the Talla-
issee students reciprocated and
nducted Sabbath services.
|l!r. and Mrs. Oscar Rappaport
. Miami are resident hosts in
Lrge of the Hillel Foundation
puse which is the scene of Jew-
cultural and social activity.
PAGE SEVEN
Formal opening ceremonies of Hillel House at the University of Florida. Gainesville. Florida.
February 23. 1947. Left to right, Mrs. Louis Ossinsky, past president of B'nai B'rith Women
of Florida; Dean R. C. Beaty, dean of students at University of Florida; Abe Gross, vice
president of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith; Rabbi Ernst M. Lorge, Hillel director. Flor-
ida State College for Women; Mrs. Oscar Rappaport, hostess of Hillel House; Mr. Louis
Ossinsky, past president of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges; Irene Gross, president of Hillel at
Tallahassee; Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, Hillel director. University of Florida; Morris H. Witten,
chairman of Hillel building fund; Dean Joseph Weil, dean of College of Engineering. Uni-
versity of Florida; Isaac Gradman, president of 5th District of B'nai B'rith; Nat Shorstein. past
president of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges; Stan Tate, president of Hillel'at the University of
Florida, and Mr. Oscar Rappaport, Hillel House host.
liami Federation Gives
upport To JDA Drive
iThe Greater Miami Jewish
federation has allocated $13,500
the local contributor to the
000,000 drive of the Joint De-
nse Appeal. Financing of the
4" expanded program of the
nerican Jewish committee and
le Anti Defamation league of
|nai B'rith is the purpose of
DA.
(Serving with 43 additional
luthe n communal leaders,
puis Wellhouse, Jr., of Tampa,
la., will be a member of the
luncil to recruit strength among
immunities of all Southern states
i of the movement.
Hollywood Center Plans
Party For Building Fund
The fifth in a series of events
sponsored by the Ladies' auxili-
ary of the Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood, Fla., to
reach their goal of $1,000 to be
contributed to the building fund,
will be in the form of a card
party and social to be held at the
Center.
The building fund will be used
to add a wing to the present
building for classrooms and meet-
ing rooms. Future programs in-
clude movies, one-act plays, lec-
tures and book reviews, card
parties and musical programs.
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Under the title "New Songs of
Palestine," Keynote Recordings.
Inc., will make available an al-
bum of six songs, representing
the fighting spirit of Hebrew im-
migrants. The songs are sung
by the International chorus un-
der the direction of Dr. A. W.
Binder, distinguished Jewish mu-
sician.
Included are Ani Ma-Amin"
(Song of Faith) which was sung
by Jews in concentration camps
and in gas chambers when death
appeared imminent. Other songs
are "Yesh Banu Koach" (We
Have the Strength). "Mi Y'Mallel"
(Israel's Heroes). "Kacha Kach"
(This Way). "Shir Hapartzanim"
(Song of the Jewish Partisan)
and "Shir Ha-Emek" (Song of the
Emek).
t2
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Is f/>< BF.ST?
$900,000 of the $1,309,741
goal her* in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal goei io the UJA for
refugees, overseas needi and
Palestine.
Hylond Kout Commander
Beach Legion Post
Hylan H. Kout was unani-
mously elected commander of
Miami Beach Post 85 of the
American Legion at its annual
election meeting at the Post
home. March 18. A veteran of
World War II, he is one of the
youngest members ever to take
office as commander.
Mr. Kout has been a resident of
Miami Beach for the past 11 years
and is a practicing attorney with
offices on Lincoln rd.
Other officers elected were:
Laurence Hoffman, first vice-
commander; Victor Silverman.
second vice-commander; Louis
Auerbach, finance officer; Phil
Gallagher, chaplain; Herman
Glasser, historian; George Mich-
aels, sergeant-at-arms; Ed Plat-
kin, five-year trustee.
The executive committee will
include: Carl Siegel, Ed Dorn-
bush, Dr. Harold Shapiro, Harry
Adams, Sol Brown, Ben Eng-
ender Dr. Jesse Colin and Ed-
ward Sisken.
Delegates to the state conven-
tion named at the election meet-
ing are: Dr. Maurice Klein, Harry
Cooper, Lawrence Hoffman, Mr.
Kout, Andrew Bergeda, Carl Sie-
gel, George Michaels and Victor
Silverman.
Installation of the officer will
be held May 6 at the Post home.
1828 Alton rd., conducted by the
Dade County Guard of Honor. A
] dance and entertainment will fol-
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I
PAGE EIGHT
Beth David Sisterhood
Carnival Date Revealed
The festive air of a country fair
will be duplicated for the Beth
David Sisterhood carnival which
will take place at the synagogue
grounds Sunday at 7 p.m.
Wheel games and other enter-
tainment will be set up with
prizes for all winners. A bingo
game will be in progress all eve-
ning. Food and drinks will be
sold.
Mrs. Sam August and Mrs.
Hairy August acted as so-chair-
men in arrangements for the
novel affair.
ilmlstifkrAMM..
WINZ Will Broadcast
Yiddish Theatre Of Air
WINZ presents the Yiddish
Theatre of the Air Sunday at
10:30 a.m. with Sidney Kirsch,
moderator. The radio show pre-
sents a recorded program ol fa-
mous Jewish artists.
Features of this week's pro-
gram will be Moishe Oiysher
singing "Yankel Der Schmidt"
and Chaim Towber singing "Der
Ershter Valse."
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MIAMI BPW ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Officers for the newly formed
Miami chapter of the Business
and Professional Women's group
of Hadassah were named at their
meeting Monday. Ethel Wein-
stein will serve as president for
the coming year. Other officers
selected were Fay Weiner, vice
president; Kenya Echtenthal. cor-.
responding secretary; Mrs. Al E. i
Schubb. recording secretary, and
Lola Bix, treasurer.
Chairmen pf the committees
are Mrs. Louis J. Wine, publicity;
Fay Weiner, membership; Roslyn
Klein. Youth Aliyah: Mrs. Lillian
Fisher, fund raising; Esther M
ris, cultural and program, and
Jennie Wcinstcin. parliamentar-
ian.
Miss Polly Gershon, member of
the Miami Beach chapter of BPW.
will serve the group as educator
on the various projects under the
auspices of Hadassah. Miss Ger-
shon addressed the gathering on
the Hadassah Medical organiza-
tion in Palestine.
Mr, Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the Miami YM&
WHA, will augment BPWs pro-
gram on the study of Jewish
history.
LAUNCHING THE 1947 CJA CAMPAIGN
2g**g^J
The Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal association's weekly pro-
gram will feature Rabbi Simon
April, of the Miami Hebrew
school congregation on its radio
broadcast over station WBAY
at 2i4Si Sunday.
irss, campaign chairman, shown addressing the Sunday morning
hotel which launched the campaign. At his left is Wm. D. Singer,
d drive, and at his right aTe Dr. Ruth Gruber. keynote speaker; M
Stanley C. Myers
at the Columbus
ol the co-ordinated ~- -- ------ -,.. .^wu; nut,
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PTUDAY, MARCH 21. 1947
'Jfnisiincridrtarj
ance
lor Zionists Will Hear
ertheim At Seder
Lvid Wertheim, national lead-
l the American Labor Zionist
lenient, will be guest at the
Id annual Seder sponsored by
Jewish National Workers'
-e in cooperation with all
Zionist groups of Greater
Wearing with Mr. Wertheim
he service which is scheduled
Sundav, April 6, at the Na-
lal hotel, will be Mr. Igo Gut-
, tenor, who will render a
,'s of traditional songs.
lavid Wertheim was general
Itary of the Poale Zion Zeire
for the past 13 years. As a
ler in Zionist organizations, he
been delegate to National
igress sessions, where he has
-ed an active part in delibera-
.unds raised through the af-
I will be turned over to Histad-
with which Mr. Wertheim
J been affiliated. Rabbi Max
Ipiro will introduce the speak-
ind act as toastmaster.
embers of the JNWA, speak-
[entirely in Yiddish, will con-
the Seder service.
PAGE NINE
1GO GUTMAN
DAVE WERTHEIM
,. card and Mah-Jongg party
j'lht benefit of Talmud Torah
hi be held by the Sisterhood
[the Miami Jewish Orthodox
ngregation. Sunday evening.
10. at the Talmud Torah
Biding. 1545 S. W. 3rd at.
Lttestes for the evening are
|s. Saul Cantor and Mrs. Ed-
ird Cantor.
Robinson, Miller Clash
At Dorsey Park Arena
Ray (Sugar) Robinson, welter-
weight boxing champion of the
world, and hard-hitting Bernie
Miller of New York will clash in
a 10-rouad non-title fight, Thurs-
day, March 27, at the Dorsey
Park arena. The scrap marks the
third big league boxing show
staged in Miami this season.
Robinson, said to be one of the
greatest welterweights of all
time, is holder of the title as one
of the fastest fighters in the ring
today. Miller is a comparative
newcomer to the front ranks and
has, however, an impressive rec-
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Beach Students Argue
Palestine Issue
"Palestine An Independent
Nation" was the subject of a for-
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the Mannheimer Senior High
school, Wednesday, March 19.
Speaking on the affirmative
were Marvin Low and Doris
Cohen, with Wallace Bock pre-
senting the rebuttal. The nega-
tive was defended by Marvin
Minoff and Jerry Weiner, with
Geraldine Kochansky, for the re-
buttal.
Jack Monett acted as chairman
for the evening and opened the
discussion to the floor. Faculty
advisors wore Miss Ruth Payen-
son and Mrs. Nora Cramer. A
party followed the debate.
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Convention chairmen of the
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Miami met last Friday to formu-
late plans for their annual gather,
ing to be held this year at Miami
Beach June 1 through 10. Mr.
Al Pallot is chairman of the com-
mittee.
Those attending included: Louis
Heiman, district first vice-presi-
dent; Walter Kovner, president of
the Beach lodge; Sam Silver,
president of Sholom lodge; Mrs.
Tillie Rosenthal, president of the
Miami Beach Women's chapter:
Mrs. S. H. Goldman, president of
the Sholom Lodge Women's chap-
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tive secretary to^Sholom lodge.
Blood Bank Seeks Donors
The Date County Blood bank
reserve is dangerously low, and
Dr. John Elliot, director, has is-
sued an appeal to all residents to
help save a life by donating a
pint of blood.
Contributions may be made to
the credit of self, relative, friend
or organization by telephoning
9-1631 or going to the blood bank
headquarters at 1750 N. W. Tenth
ave., adjacent to Jackson Mem-
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refugees, overseas needs and
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FRIDAY,
MARCH-
Ralph Stephens Resigns
Public Relations Position
Ralph A. Stephens, recently re-
signed public relations director at
Mannings restaurant, promises
that he will remain in the food-
serving industry of Greater Miami
MET IN ST. LOUIS
ither in i Polish ghetto seven years aeo were
with the lid of United Sen ice for >ew
pported by the UTO.000,000 Inited Jewi,h
RALPH STEPHESS
and tl'.at, after taking a much-
needed rest, he will announce his
future plans
Mr. Stephens for the last nine
years has arranged many lunch-
eons and banquets catering to
extremely large groups in Miami
and on the Beach, and has estab-
i : a large clientele.
ngthe i with
p h he was affiliated are the
Country club, where
he directed all parties: Yeager's
; then Lilly's restaurant,
ie Manning's
He il his greatest I
g i i aC
f the Ken-
:i;y hon e. T
was
11 ght 1

V | the banqu h Mi
a I and ca-
1941
Burd !'
'. rack Kol *
I
Siter who lift M* each o
reunited in St. Louis recently
American*, whose work ii supported oy tne i.u,uvw,v ....."/''r
Appeal for 1947. Diana Michael (left". w. 14 when she was rescued by ths
European-Jewish Children's Aid. an affiliale of Lniled Service, and brought
to the United States. Martha, th. only other survivor of her family, escaped
several concentration camps. Arthur Coldford. Diana s foster-brother, also
welcomes Martha, whom be found in Italy, where he served in the Army.
Senate Group Approves Arabs Protest FBI Raids
S900.000 of the SI.309.741
goal here in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal goes to the UJA for
refugees, overseas needs and
Palestine.
Participation In IRO
WASHINGTON (JTA). The
Senate Foreign Relations commit-
tee this week approved the joint
- ilution, providing fur United
States participation in the Inter-
national Refugee organization.
The key modification states
that members] :p in the organiza-
shall not in any way author-
ncy or
immigration or adm
to the Ui ite I St tea oi its terri-
tories or possessions of any refu-
ir displai e i erred
tl e constitution of the IRO."
! e P nt, "or any officer.
representative or agency ol
is Likewise prohibited, by
.. from authority to
conclude any agreement with the
organization. The amendment
i pi videi that authorization
I >i n embership shall not be con-
i to affect in any way any
natter requiring action by
Congress.
Instead of a blanket authoriza-
tion for necessary funds foi
contribution to the
IRO. another amendment Ii
sum to S75.OOI.OOU.
LONDON (JTA). The seven
members of the Arab League are
considering a strong protest to
U.S Government against the
FBI raids on the Arab office in
Washington, Edward Attiyah
^-general of the Arab office,
announced.
3rd Annual Concert
o/ the
Greater Miami
Jewish Folk Chorus
Conductor
Accompanist
LOUIS
POWEsrJ
Soloist.. CANTOR "jAron'SH
Concert Pian^t^TSRAELSS1
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SUNDAY. MARCH 23rd A. 8:30 PJl
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JfTlCloses Season
, Teyte Recital
Li of the recital artists which
Lversity of Miami will pre-
fix year is Maggie Teyte,
L soprano, who will appear
&,. evening, March 25, at
Jin the Miami Senior High
|l auditorium.
"ribed by the New York
music critic as "probably
nost famous interpreter of
a art songs," she was ong-
r an operatic singer but later
led to chamber singing, for
, she decided her voice was
r suited.
Teyte. who studied with
kv will sing several of his
Including "La lettre de
Leve," "Beau soir," "La
I de Pan." "La chevelure"
Ichevaux de bois." She will
Ising "Nicolette" by Ravel,
I Player Queen" and "Silhou-
by Carpenter, and "Irme-
py Delius.
imittee Appointed
Alexander Kogan, presi-
|of the Sisterhood of Temple
ISholoni, announces the ap-
nent of the following nomi-
_ committee:
k. Joseph Fenias, chairman;
Murray Maurer, Mrs. Leon
rs. Maurice Karam and Mrs.
ly Ansin. Mrs. Irving Becker
Mrs. Allen Becker are alter-
nate of oflicers will be pre-
in April with installation
; place in May.
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Miami Elks Lodge Elects
Officers For Next Year
Election of E. Albert Pallot as
esteemed loyal knight and Louis
Bandel as treasurer was con-
firmed at the March 19th meeting
of Miami Elks Lodge follow
unanimous nominations.
Speaking on "Current Events
and International Affairs," Mr.
John D. Pennekamp, editor of the
Miami Herald, was guest at the
meeting. His remarks were con-
cerned with a discussion of Rus-
sia, China and Korea, with em-
phasis on the future possibilities
of the atomic bomb.
Other officers elected Wednes-
day night were: Exalted ruler,
Dudley M. Cawthon; esteemed
leading night, Frank J. Holt; es-
teemed lecturing knight, W. A.
Cashon; secretary, R. E. Norcross;
tiler, Herbert Chase; trustee,
Hugh J. Canny, and alternate
representative to the Grand
Lodge, Hugh P. Emerson.
Officers will be installed at the
regular meeting of April 2.
PAGE ELEVEN
Youth League Reveals
Sunday Dance Plans
The Young People's league of
the Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity center announces that the
new admission price for all its
forthcoming dances will be 25
cents. Refreshments are served
free to all who attend.
Young men from the ages of 21
up and young women from 19 up
are eligible to attend.
Persons purchasing tickets for
the "Second Annual Purim Ball"
Saturday, March 29, will be ad-
mitted free to the Sunday night
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Binao Party Planned
In support of its 1947 cultural,
religious and community pro-
gram, the Sigma Rho chapter of
AZA is planning a Bingo Party
Sunday, March 30, at the Beth
David auditorium.
Chairman of the committee on
arrangements is Harvey Stahl.
He will be assisted by Bob Siegel,
Mark Zehgman, Ray Boniske,
Dick Wise and Jules Pearlman
Gables Center Moves
April Meeting Ahead
Due to the Passover holiday,
the April meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center has been
advanced to March 30. A spe-
cial surprise meeting has been
planned under the direction of
the membership committee headed
by Lee Tlatt. The meeting will
be held at Hillel House, 7305
Ponce de Leon blvd., 8:15 p.m.
'Chuck' Klein Directs
Emanon Sports Program
A Sports Program has been
planned for the next regular
meeting of the Emanon club
which will be held Wednesday,
8:30 p.m., at the Miami YM&
WHA, 1567 S. W. 5th st. "Chuck"
Klein, athletic director of the "Y,"
will supervise the activities which
will include baseball, basketball
and volleyball.
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Cornblum Re-elected ,Kadimah Presents Recital |
President Of Temple By Cantor Samuel V.goda
Temple Beth Sholom election' Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
of officers took place at their an-,W()men will bring to the concert
nual meeting on March 10. Harry s,.1,,>. a, Miami Beach High school,
A Cornblum was re-elected pres-1 Cantor Sarnuel Vigoda, Inter-
idcnt Vice-presidents named \ cy of ntuigical hymns. Cias-
Were Sidney Ansin, Dr. Theodore ^ mak ;md folkiore. The re-
Berinan, Louis Krensky and Sam ^^ whk.h will be held March
Lachman. '30. is being sponsored for the
Other officers will be held by; chlld Welfare fund designed to
Abraham Zinnamon, treasurer; I. ;aid Displaced European children.
C, Greenberg, financial secretary, Cantor Vigoda. born in Dobr-
zin Russian Poland, was the BOD
:0f a cantor, and started his
eer early by singing in the choirs
: of his father.
He received his Talmudic edu-
at several VTeshiva
Hungary and his musical educa-
tion at conservatories in Klauz-
burg and Budapest.
| After the anti-Semitic "nu-
i merus clausus" law was installed,
; Cantor Vigoda gave up the study
' of medicine to embrace the can-
torate as his life calling. He be-
I came Chief Cantor of the Arena
i Temple at Budapest and when
'his fame spread he was chosen
to succeed Cantor Joseph Rosen-
blatt at the Congregation Ohab
; Zedek of New York.
He has recently returned from
ia South American tour where he,
'appeared with notable su
Tickets at SI.50 plus tax are on
sale at Selma's Cosmetic Shop,
1147 Washington ave., Washing-
Ion Radio Service. 657 Washing-
, ton ave.: Harrison Hotel, 411
Washington ave.: Berele Keli
t etary. ^37 Collins ave., and Nemo Hotel,
Members of the board ol di ec- nfl (.,illms ave,
tors for a -year term are: Joseph Vigoda's concert <**
Leon J. Ell, Joseph Fenias,
CAXTOR VIGODA
Local Club Hears Shapiro
Following its regular meeting
last Wednesday evening, at the
Beach "Y," the Over 21 social
group were addressed by Mr.
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach at-
torney, who discussed the needs
of American Jewry Today, with
particular reference to greater
Jewish education for youth, re-
ation to religious principles
and unity between all democracy-
loving people. __
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am B. Kraft and Alexander
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As a token of five yea -
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Zionist Youth Dance
At Post Purim Carnival
The Zionist Youth group of
Greater Miami will hold its an-
nual "Post Purim Carnival Dance"
tomorrow evening at the National
hotel auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Proceeds of the dance will be
used to rebuild the destroyed
Hechalutz training farm at High-
town, N. J-
Zionist Organizations invited
are American Jewish Congress.
Habonuim, Hatzo Meir. Junior
Hadassah, and Masada, Fratority.
Young People's League, B'nai
B'rith, Rose chapter and DEBB's,
ZOA Pioneer Women and Senior
Hadassah.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth
David, will speak Sunday
morning at 8:15 over station
WKAT.
Monday. March 2 M\
^n set as the date f0 ,P^1
lar meeting of the vr "*
of Womenl X^?l9
Jewish Congress Tv. ^J
will take Place at b!,^
auditorium, 135 M W > ; **
Member, wiU heJ r ^
the nommating commit 1^*1
those attending have wJf
to bring canned JSJl 5^ ^1
food shipments tc:iz\
ALU Heads Visit
the Florida Regional iffiJJJ
Antl-Dcfaination league^a
bert Balkin. field SiXA
sentative and assistant d-'rTI
left for Atlanta yesterday*,!
tend a four-day Southttj J
gional Conference of the Ad
Defamation League staff.
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)AY, MARCH 21. 1947
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PAGE THIRTEEN
WELFARE
>n the Southern Conference
I Human Welfare holds its
hide conclave at Winter
Fla.. tomorrow, it will have
'ull cooperation of both the
J Countv Civil Rights Council
[the non-partisan Florida Vot-
eague.
meeting has been called
discuss ways and means of
isting the 'white primary'
Ihreatened to be introduced
le 1947 Florida legislature by
Senator John Matthews."
fcmbers of the Voters League
i a referendum on the ques-
"Should the state leave to
kcal parties full control over
primai ies?" Ninety-seven
tent of those voting, opposed
doning state control. Ac-
Inglv, the executive board is-
statement of why political
es should not have sole con-
primaries,
statement pointed out that
es being a definite threat to
ninority groups, black and
ie, an uncontrolled primary
be more easily corrupted
(would have to be financed
] charge upon voters, leading
t old poll tax in a new form.
|io stated that the proposed
of legislation was not only
tnocratic but unconstitution-
J well, in the light of previous
|ions by the supreme court on
ar projects in Texas.
a letter to Leo Sheiner,
dent of the Conference for
an Welfare, the Rev. Joseph
L president of the Dade
ity Civil Rights Council, an-
|ced that a committee had
| appointed to sepve as liaison
; between the two organiza-
in order to further coordi-
action in the defense of
cratic elections in Florida.
t. Carolyn D. Stephenson
|selected to act as head of
nmittee consisting of Mrs.
i C. Dean, Mr. Irwin Block,
Theresa Kanter and Mr.
[Crouch.
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Beth David Sisterhod
Concludes Napkin Project
A Donor Luncheon at the Roney
Plaza dining room will mark the
termination of the napkin project
of Beth David Sisterhood. The
affair will be held Tuesday, March
25, at noon.
The project was initiated sev-
eral months ago when members
of the Sisterhood each undertook
to have 30 names inscribed in
blue on a white napkin shaped as
a Star of David. The completed
napkins were then joined to make
a banquet cloth.
Mrs. Bernard Sterling, chair-
man, plans to have at least three
banquet cloths on display at the
luncheon.
A presentation by Mrs. Edward
L.. Cowen of the play Born
Yesterday" will feature the pro-
gram arranged under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Ben Essen. The
remainder of the afternoon will
be devoted to games. Members
are asked to bring their own cards
and man jongg sets.
Those who have completed an
entire napkin will receive two
invitations to the lunch and those
who have finished only one-half
of a cloth will get one ticket.
Reservations to others who did
not take part in the project are
available through Mis. Max Berg-
man at 3-5837.
The fourth annual Red Cross
Bake Sale sponsored by the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Community Center of Holly-
wood, Fla., will take place to-
morrow from noon until 4 p.m.
at the Hollywood, Inc.. office.
1943 Hollywood blvd. Pro-
ceed* are for the benefit of the
current Red Croat drive.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
CHIROPRACTORS
5th Floor. Postal Bldg.
BPW To Hear Zionist
Head. Original Skit
Mr. Jack Burris, president of
the Miami Beach Zionist district,
will be guest speaker when the
Beach Business and Professional
Women of Hadassah meet Mon-
day, March 24, 8:30 p.m., at the
Beach YM&WHA, Lincoln rd.
Feature of the evening will be
a skit, written and produced by
Freda Shifman, program chair-
man, titled "Meeting By Proxy."
The show will portray Hadassah
activities. Miss Sylvia Levine
will sing several selections.
The highlight of discussion at
the business meeting preceding
Mr. Burris' talk will be plans for
a Donor Dinner to be given in
April. Misses Lillian Goodman
and Shifman have been selected
as co-chairmen for this event.
Miamian Reveals Plans
For Wedding In Fall
The engagement of Miss Lois
Robinson, of Des Moines, Iowa,
to Mr. Leonard Mandel, of Miami,
was revealed in Chicago Sunday.
Mr. Mandel is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mandel, 1020 S. W.
Third st.
A fall wedding is planned to
follow Mr. Mandel's graduation
from the Northwestern School of
Optometry. The couple plans to
reside in Miami.
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With next Saturday scheduled
as the running date of the $25,000
Gulfstream Park handicap at this
seaside track, uncertainty con-
tinues to surround the status of
Calumet's "golden gelding,"
Armed, hot on the trail of all-
time money-winning honors. It
is no secret any more that Trainer
"Jimmy" Jones and his father,
"Plain Ben," are looking with
covetous eyes upon this richest
of all Gulfstream park stakes.
Local horse owners, who saw
Armed soar to victory in the
Widener handicap under 129
pounds, believe he should carry
the proverbial "grandstand" on
his back.
Armed, however, remains the
question mark"to be or not to
be' a starterand that question
can only be answered when the
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Temple Beth Sholom
Reveals Seder Plans
In response to popular demand,
the Board of Directors of Temple
Beth Sholom will conduct a Pass-
over Seder on April 4 on the
newly-completed patio adjoining
the synagogue.
Services will be read by Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Cantor Kele-
mer will lead the singing of tra-
ditional songs. A 12-course ca-
tered dinner will be served.
Mr. Leon J. Ell, chairman of
the Passover arrangements com-
mittee urges that members who
wish to attend make their reser-
vations early. No reservations
will be taken after March 31.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
CURRY CJIPLU
The 1947 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal was launched last Sunday
with the most extensive radio
coverage in local campaigning
history, it is reported. Milton S.
Malakoff, director of the public
relation department of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, un-
der whose direction the radio pro-
motion was handled.
Almost any hour of the day. a
Miamian turning on his radio
would have heard an announce-
ment of the campaign. Every
local station carried spot an-
nouncements throughout the day
In addition to the spots, three
programs were devoted exclu-
sively to the campaign and in
five other programs, the cam-
paign was given prominent men-
tion.
Rabbi Aaron Kahan. former U.
S. Army chaplain, urged Mi-
amians to contribute generously
in his talk over WKAT at 11:48
a.m.
At 1:15 over WIOD, a round
table discussion on the campaign
was participated in by Dr. Ruth
Gruber. Jack A. Abbott and Leon
Kaplan, the latter two co-chair-
men of the campaign's metropoli-
tan unit.
A playlet. '-One Time Giving
Part Time Living." featuring
Ruth Payenson. director of the
V" Players, and Dan Rosenthal.
activities director of the Miami
YMHA. was heard at 2:48 p.m.
,ver WGBS. The script was pre-
.. by Ken Hart of the Fed-
eration's public relations depart-
ment,
The other programs in -
the 1947 CJA was featuied in-
cluded the Greater Miami Rabbi-
Obituaries
irera si.....I at the Beach. He
uhapul.
LIPKIN
Services for Mrs Eva UpKln. -.
.,., filed rueaday. Mai h
home. ISM N W. Fifth al
Thuradaj al Gordon I
She ime hei aJ ', ,',
I,,-..- N J \ '
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both >t Miami, and m....."
OREENMAN
MoitI, n Oreenman, 69, l
m, h m M. yw.."'.,,
ipel.
CRAMER
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Ma, h 15 lj i "
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i bod
i, visitor,
i.r ei le Nl' !':-
and aervlcea
COLITZ
M Etta Colll '
B, ich. died 8 inday. M
She mi here I P '
five montha ago to make
SI i ivea hei hu
harla d lits, and two wi i, Roland
E ami Erwln R., all of Miami three
v brother and th......I
, hlldren Palmer Funeral I .....
the bodj Provldem foi bui al
WHERE CAMPAIGN REPORTS ARE HEARD
ECHTENTHAL
A resident < one year, Mi P"
Bchtenthal, 7S, of 1111 8. v\ ISth c( ,
lied Saturday, March IS She m
from Elmont, I. I and leaves .< on,
Herman E of Miami The b dj ra
ent to New fork
HOLTZfUAN
J. i. |i aah-
Ington a Mia I vv
nesda He '.' N- V **
n th* h^'". Survlvli i
his wife, Sadli a in, and two .imigh-
rhe bod) raa lenl to X fa k
iu the i > F ii : .ii home
Shown above is the report meeting room atop th* Alcazar hotel in which th* wcrkal
the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal will report this noon. Two previous report
were held on Monday and Wednesday and a final session is slated ior next Monday.
WILNER
: M..... i\ liner, 6*, <>( 3|lr>
9 n i ,,.. dli i nu Idenly v\ ed-
i...,! i. He came hei
montha i*o M >-* A
i turvii ed b) lil.
. |fe, (Vila n. Ii vtng,
i u mh ifton, I1 ('.: thi.....I lughtera,
M iml: Mi- K M !-
i i \a-, and M B,
_.,._ vine, Houston,
nic;'l association broadcast ovei ,, ,-:.....| aervl
rang menl of
I- ral Ii....... r
-
WKAT at 8:15 a.m. and
WBAY at 2:45 p.m.; -The Eternal
Light" at 9:30 a.m. over WIOD:
Yiddish Theatre it the Air"
at 10:30 a.m over WINZ
pai( ttine Speaks" pi 9 u
WKAT :it 7:45 p.m

vlth R ilibl .1

Ml.
B'nai B'rith Youth
Council To Elect Heads
Officers of the Twin City Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith Youth will be
elected at a meeting scheduled
for March 31 at Beth David Syna-
gogue.
At the meeting will be presi-
dents and representatives of all
B'nai B'rith Youth Rroups, who
will outline program? for the
: exl three months.
Sidney Aronovitz and living
Cypen are advisors to the council.
c
The sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish center will spon-
sor two public Sedarim for
Passover. Priority will be
given members, who must
make reservations before March
21st, The community at large
will lhen be able to reserve all
seats available.
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A get-together hu been
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LaY, MARCH 21. 1947
)4Aecto* of SAuUeA, Miami
ORTHODOX
UgREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wathingion ?#..
Beach. Rabbi Moim Mascheloif. Cantor Louii D. Feder.
fcdav evening services at 6:00 p.m. Sabbath morning services
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the subject: "Month of
lotion." Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9:00
the supervision of the board of education. Junior Congre-
for children of elementary school age at 10:00 under super-
nf Mr Max Bertman of the faculty. Kiddush served to both
.group-: bv a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4:00 with
j Freedmail in charge. Mincha at 6:00 followed by Shalos
i Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week.
|v at 7:00. Sunday school from 10:00 to 12 noon. Daily school
|3:15 to 7:00. ________
TF1LAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
ESyMincha service, 5:15 p.m., followed by Maariv. An Oneg
Ct to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p.m. Rabbi
Ivs'ky will speak. Saturday first minyon, 7 a.m.; second min-
I a m The rabbi will conduct the services and preach. Mincha,
followed by Shalos Sudos. The rabbi will discuss the portion
' weck. Daily services, 7 and 8 a.m., followed by a class in
a Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish
mid custom!. Laws of the Passover are being taught at the
Jig service.
iMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
-Te Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauar.
Ibolas Shabbos 6 p.m. Saturday morning service 8:30 a.m.
1 Graucr. upon return from S'micha Convocation at Yeshiva
Uitv. will report on the proceedings and preach on "Paths for
lional Judaism." Student service 10:45. Psalms will be read,
Mincha at 5:45 p.m., followed by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi
r will road the Portion of the Week. Sunday school 10 a.m.
fcf Chometz commences this week at the morning services, 9
nd evening services at 6:30 a.m., and afternoons at the Talmud
I office.
CONSERVATIVE
hNGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third a*e, Miami.
[Max Shapiro. Rar. Maurica Mamchai.
Be Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor
5ies, assisted by the choir, will officiate. Girls of the B'nai
Youth organizations will conduct the services. The advisors
group are Mrs. Joseph Bermann and Mrs. Frank Toback.
fentral theme for discussion will be "We Reason Why!" Rabbi
to will speak on the subject. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann
k hosts at the reception in the auditorium immediately after
Irvices in honor of the Youth organization. The floral offer-
y Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldfield in honor of their son Elton's
; Bar Mitzva. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. During the ser-
[ Yale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mosk, will become Bar-
Student services at 10:30 a.m.
+JmM fkridfiajn
BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid are., Miami
Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
executive director.
bbalas Shabbas service, 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening ser-
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the subject "The
That Face Us." Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will chant the
t, assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning service,
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the
I Bar Mitzva of Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lann, and
bn of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Linn, will take place. Junior Con-
lion service. 10 a.m. Mincha, 5 p.m. Shalos S'udos, 5:15 p.m.
[services are held during the week at 8:00 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
LIBERAL
(PLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chata **, Miami Baach. Rabbi
Tromih. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
day evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on
[Many People Mature Religiously? How Many Cling to Child-
Religion" An Oneg Shabbat, tendered by the Zionist Youth
Ission, will follow the service. Guest of honor will be Chava
ler, direct representative of a children's settlement in Pales-
[Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Special birthday service honor-
those children in our religious school whose birthdays fall
March. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions
Services,
REFORM
WLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th it. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
htf'iT1' Jacob H- Kaplan, rabbi amaritus.
Death evening services Friday evening, March 21, at 8:15 p.m
[witmnn will preach on the subject "Why Pray?" A con-
fi"? feption will follow the services under the sponsor-
It .if TemPle Sisterhood. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. Marks,
Ptna Sachs, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. M. Marks, Mrs. Frank
KH :k1' Mr8, Wm- Lehman. Mrs. Jerome Weinkle will light
R-.u Candles- Mrs. Wm. D. Singer is the hospitality chair-
fen .month ot March. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer is the
rVu and refreshments. Sabbath morning services at
Erv" Zwltman will preach on the Weekly Biblical Portion,
vice is preceded by the confirmation study group.
I David rMANUEL- 181 8. Andrewi Bra. Ft. Lauderdale.
penal service in honor of and in welcome to new members
it m 'nued the Temple this year wiU take place on Friday
K'Jk ,21, at 8 P-m- Rabbi Raab will conduct the service
Fath on the subject: "Come Into My Sanctuary." Mr. Arthur
is membership chairman. A reception in honor of the new
luiiiif'n Ft Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pompano and Golden
l*"i loilow the service. The public is welcome. Plans are
iood a Children's Passover Seder to be sponsored by the
PWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. M
pan. rabbi and executive director.
P"> evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will conduct
tiL '** His t0P'e for the evening will be "The New
ki ,, and Mrs- s- Zaconick will be hosts at the Oneg
How services. Saturday morning service at 10. Mr.
PAGE FIFTEEN
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AT ONLY INN TODAY
"Interesting Women in Jewish
History" will be the theme of
the next of the series of forums
and public speaking classes spon-
sored by the Miami section of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en when the forum meets this
noon at Only Inn, Dade blvd.
Members of the public speak-
ing class, conducted by Mrs. Syd-
ney L. Weintraub, will take over
the program for the day. The
speakers will be Mrs. Harry
Polasky, Mrs. Edward Walter-
man, Mrs. Sam Brietkopf, Mrs.
H. A. Phillips and Mrs. Aaron
Farr. The invocation will be read
by Mrs. M. Averbruck. Chair-
man is Mrs. David Walterman.
Reservations may be obtained
by calling Mrs. Nat Williams or
Mrs. Farr.
Palestinian Addresses
Zionist Youth Mass Rally
Miss Chava Selzer, representa-
tive of Palestinian children's set-
tlement, addressed a joint meet-
ing of Junior Hadassah and Ma-
sada last night at Temple Beth
Sholom.
The Hadera, young Judea
group, presented Palestinian
songs and dances. The enter-
tainers were headed by Doris Al-
bin and Toby Cooper. Miss An-
nette Merchin, chairman of an-
other Judea group, directed a
Purim play.
BJE DIRECTORS MEET
The board of directors of the
Bureau of Jewish Education will
meet in the office of Louis Hei-
man, president, 650 Seybold bldg.,
Monday at 8 p.m.
In addition to the regular agen-
da, Dr. B. Friedl, psychologist and
linguist of the University of Mi-
ami, will address the board.
The Miami Round Table
brdadcast, Saturday. WIOD.
7:30 p.m.. will diicuss, "How
Can Cooperation Among Reli-
gions Affect Community Inte-
gration.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
SID'S CUT RATE, at 2400 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
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWER CLEANERS, at 1420 8. W.
Eighth Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN BECK
WALI.Y STEINBERG
WASMAN & SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants.
3,7-14-21-28 4/4
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
i-'SV'S" r.Hnder tne fictitious name of
o.YES DEPARTMENT STORE, at
ojue, Florida, Intend to register said
{wi W,Ur\ She clerk ,he w2t
i,r,?,'.x?,?d?. County. Florida.
IRVING DAVID NIDITCH
LKOCko8ESA CLAKE N1DITCH
2/2lU37i?Hy-2'i0-28APPMCan"-
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE s HA It at 3701 N. W. 36th St.,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the eieric of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
2/28 3/7-?4YVVf8STER **BB
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
M under the fictitious name of
TOWER FURNITURE, at 1422 S. W
Eighth Street. Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WINSTON GASSELL FURNI-
TURE CO.. INC
WASMAN A SILVER, *
Attorneys for Applicant.
3/7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage In
nu.sin.-ss under the fictitious name of
STAR BEVERAGES, at 2417 N. Miami
Avenue. Miami, Dade County, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS WARHAFT A
RAY DALEY.
MARX FEINBERG, Par,ner9hlP-
Attorney for Applicants.
2/28 3/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
S.lulne?rUJ,nd.e.r ,ne fictitious name of
THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Avenue. Coral Gables. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the < Ircult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
STANLEY J. BROMBERG,
SILVER. KAPLAN A DfETZ?Wner-
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
HADLEY BUILDING, at 125 N. E
6th Street. Miami. Fla., Intend to reg-
lil name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
EDWARDLAMPERT
MAE E. R1VKIND
ADA M. LITSITZ
SAM MIK FEIN STEIN
ESTHER FE1NSTEIN
2 28 3,7-11-21-28
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRAPHIC ARTS BUILDING, at 116-
118-120-122 N. E. Sixth St., Miami.
1-la, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRED K. 8HOCHET
ETHEL SHOCHET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
PASRKSSvD''w'' S? "j"""" name of
vi V ''5 ISLAND, at 839 73rd
Ur"ir .h1 BeBt'h- Fla- ""* to reg-
Clrc'ulTtt,?,^ n Hh V^ Ck,k of <"
circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS POSNER rlo,laa-
ROSE POSNER
LOUIS KENIN
MYERP.H^^gASLOW
660 Seybold Bldg '
-VT,CE, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
it V-i US DK*'ARTMENT STORE,
Forlf 5?""^ Drlve- South Miami
with .h-,?-t,en,<" 1 rel9ef i1 nami
r>ia r-8 Clerk ">e Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida ""<"< oi
REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT
A r,.8.T.ORE. INC.,
BILL L PAI.EOT,
3 .r^v .kNOT!CE. ,S HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
m.\ ,i(. {_I1Y BOTTLE A gi'pui v
KtS ^ W: ,27,h S,reet' Miami Ra;
Clerkd,, T,tV,Ar "J"1 *" 'th thi
oXStfwSSJ?"* Court of Dad*
ISAAC EMM1.-R
JACK If. BMMER
MYERS. HE.MAN A KAPLAN?"-
3. M.S3T? 1-n ,,el,tlu"erK-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
D iVi'^P^B unrter the fictitious name of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
CO. (not Inc.), at 2829 8. W. Bird
Road, Miami. Floi ida. intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY GOTTLIEB
H. SIDNEY KESSELMAN
Equal Partners.
AMOS BENJAMIN,
Attorney.
2/28 3,7-14-21-28
County, Florida.
HARRY Dli':^:^ A" MaCH
Attorney f.,r Applicant.
Omgress Bldg.
3/14-21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
;'.V...nera tinder the fictitious name of
M Zr-BELI.E, at Room S95 Embry-
Riddle Building. 3240 N. W. 27th Ave .
intend to register said name with the
< lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BELLE BERMANN
SYLVIA BOTH STEIN
._____ RAE GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Att.irney for Applicants.
S/7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE MAID ICE (REAM COMPANY,
at 204 N. W. 12th Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Couny,
Florida.
HERBERT B. VYII.ENSKY
THEOD'T.E J. S-AKOWITZ,
Attorney for Herbert B. Wilensky
2'28 3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underelgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fl.-tlllouB name of
DETROIT DELICATESSEN, at MS W.
r Street, Miami, Pla., Intendj to
. p said name with the Clerk of
the Clrcnit Curt of Dade County,
F1rlda- JACOB KRASNER
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
Attcincys for Applicants.
3,7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
'SABLES MEDICAL LABORATORY,
at 128 Glralda Ave., Oural Gables,
Fla, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade '"ountv, Florida.
HAROLD GEORGE SHAPIRO,
. .. .. Sole Owner.
3,21-28 4/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalfna* desiring to engage in
baalneai under the fictitious name of
PAUT.ETTE KIDDIE SHOP, at 240
N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ,-,.-
HARRY Si SKIN.
Sole Owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/28 3-7-14-21-28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 107324
LUIS GREIFF,
Plaintiff,
MINNIE SOBEL GREIFF,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MINNIE SOBEL GREIFF.
or MRS. MINNIE SOBEL.
;ns Lakcvlew Avenue,
Clifton, New Jersey.
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 2nd day
of April, 1947: otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
I.et 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 3rd day of March, 1947.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bv WM. W. STOCKING,
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1105 Congress Building,
Miami 32, Florida,
1/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
AUTO LISTING AND SALES BU-
REAU, at 1150 Colllne Ave.. Miami
Beach. Fla., intends to register s;\ld
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg.
3/21-28 4,4-11-18
NOTICE! 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buatneaa under the fictitious name of
SIXJPPY JOES, at 267 East Fierier
St., Miami. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Ctounty, Florida.
MAX BROOK
JACK GOULD
EDWARD BOG N
as co-partners d/b/a
SLOPPY JOE'S
Applicants.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
3/21-28 4/4-11-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 107205
LEROY A. EDENFIELD,
Tlalntlff,
MOIJ.IE EDENFIELD,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MOLLIE EDENFIELD,
Address unknown.
You are hereby notified and or-
dered to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce filed against you In
the above styled cause on or befote
the 31st day of March, 1947; other-
wise the allegations of said Bill f
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 new-
Kper published In Dade County, Flor-
i.
DATED thle *6th day of February,
1947.
(SEAL)
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By M. C. Green,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1105 Congress Building.
Miami 32, Florida.
t/28 3/7-14-21


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YOUTH ACCEPTS
8.110 a QUOTA
Jerome Weinkle, Miami attor-
ney who has been named chair-
man of the youth division of the
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
for $1309,741 which began here
Sunday, stated today that his
group has accepted a $5,000
quota.
"The younger generation, from
8 to 18, also must be made aware
of its responsibilities," Weinkle
gaid, Solicitation will be madi
among groups of Hebrew school
children all the way to Jewish
students at the University of
Miami.
Students on the campus have
already begun their separate cam-
paign for $1,200, under the lead-
ership of Jean Fleischman and
Warren Supovitz, undergraduates.
Rabbi Albert Michels of Hillel
House is acting as advisor in the
mass solicitation, which is being
directed at members of the Zeta
Beta Tau. Tau Epsilon Phi. Pi
Lambda Phi. Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sigma Alpha
Mil, Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma
Sigma, Iota Alpha Pi and organ-
.1 "independents."
Fund raising among children
in the Sunday and Hebrew
Is is being directed by Abe
(iannes, director of the Bureau
of Education here, Weinkle an-
nounced.
Solicitation in the Miami YMI1A
Is under the direction of Maurice
Grossman, director, aad Ted
Sackowitz, while the Miami Beach
impaign is being conducted
by Jack Marash.
McFarland At Luncheon Rabbi Kronish To Speak
V. S. Marshal, Jack McFarland
will address members of B'nai
B'nth Sholem lodge at their regu-
lar luncheon meeting, Friday
afternoon at 12:15 in the Down-
town club.
Mr. McFarland will discuss the
problems confronting his office
in the administration of his duties
as U.S. marshall.
Max M. Isberg was one of
eight south Floridians who
were recently licensed as prac-
ticing attorneys in Florida. He
was admitted from among a
group of 32 who took examina-
tions several weeks ago.
The Forum Lecture series on
Modern Zionist Thought and Ex-
p, .ce presents the fourth in its
- ol eighl speeches when it
presents Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will dli-
Foreign Policy of the Jew-
ish People."
Sponsored jointly bj the Bu-
reau Of Jewish Education and
Miami Beach Zionist district, the
forum will be held al Miami
d, je i centei al 8:30 p.m.
March 26. Mr, Jack Burns
I e des,
Members of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged are requested lo
attend a regular meeting, Tum-'
day. March 25, 1:30 p.m.. at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th are..
at which time the nominating
committee will present the
slate of officers.
Plant for the purchase of a
lot at site for their new home
will be the primary discussion
at the meeting of the Jewish
War Veterans. Norman Bruce
Brown Post. No. 174. Monday
evening. The group will con-
vene at the Talmud Torah. 1545
S. W. 3rd st.
Plans Annual $'
The Dad. Field .
American Cancer ^J
^duct i,s annua,7j;
campaign through Ap?
'"8 to Mrs. Clyde *T
commander a
Wl A goal of |
has been set.
Proceeds of the driv, J
used to maintain thTIS
center at 936 IngraharrS
an educational p^^
out the year. The ^3
center has giv,n it^
v.ce to 279 pcrsonTdS
past four months. ^1
Excluilva Distributors
STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS.
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47 N. W. 5th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone- 2-1783 .

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We invite you to use to the Wl"1
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all transactions are bandied in a friend?
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