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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Com&i>n^- THE JEWISH UN lT71
3tHE JEWISH WEEKLY
^ME 20-NUMBER 13
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
und Raising Campaign Extended As
igures Reveal Total Falls 40% Short
New contributions totaling $72,-
18 enabled the 1947 Combined
bwish Appeal to hit the $782,820
nark Wednesday at the fifth in
series of report luncheons.
At the same time, Stanley C.
Ifvcrs. campaign chairman, an-
nounced that the drive for funds
Luuld be extended through April
Id to allow time to solicit pros-
beets as yet uncontacted.
While the total raised to date
more than $50,000 in excess of
ast year's quota, it represents
barely more than 60 per cent of
he 1947 goal. The intensity of
tie campaign will be increased
luring the next two weeks with
i pin-point solicitation of the en-
lire Jewish community.
The decision to extend the
Irive, endorsed unanimously by
Jampaign workers, was made fol-
owing a motion by Sam Lach-
ban. co-chairman of the hotel
Jivision, at Wednesday's lunch-
on at the Alcazar roof.
"We cannot stop now," Lach-
Iman said. "We muct fulfill
lour obligations here and abroad.
I We must complete the task to
I which we dedicated ourselves
[earlier this year."
A spontaneous burst of applause
bllowed Lachman's motion and
he move for extension was ap-
proved bj acclamation.
Individual and firm pledges to
he appeal total 4,658, the ma-
irity coming from the trades
nit. In this group of which Ned
lall and Herbert Scher are co-
Ihairnii'ii. gifts have been made
>y 1,465 business and professional
nen in Greater Miami. Gifts
otal $422,136, by far the largest
ft any o[ the campaign divisions.
A breakdown of contributions
)y divisions follows:
Special assignment, 23 pledges
i>r $12,166; winter residents, 65
(ledges for $41,375; hotels, 321
[ledges for $208,710; women's gift
livision. 1.032 for $71,355; metro-
'litan unit. 1,351 for $25,284;
louth division, 401 pledges for
1.794, and trades unit, 1,465
Ik'dgcs for $422,136.
CHAIRMAN CALLS FOR INTENSE EFFORT
"Because many projects still have not been approached
for their contributions, the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
has been extended until April 15.
"The drive was originally scheduled to close Wednes-
day. March 26. However, total contributions as of this
date are Just short of $800,000. While this figure exceeds
last year's goal, and is almost as much as was raised in
1946, it is $500,000 under the 1947 quota of $1,309,741 asked
for by the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, which includes the allocation of $900,000 to the
United Jewish Appeal as this community's share of the
$170,000,000 national goal, the greatest in history.
"It is imperative that we fulfill the obligation we owe to
our local agencies serving the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity, the thousands of Jews abroad, in Palestine and in
other lands.
"An intense campaign will be conducted within the next
few days. Many of those who have already given will be
asked to give again, and all who have not given will be
urged to make contributions for as much as they can as
soon as possible.
"We firmly intend to meet the quota we have sef for
ourselves. If we can do it within the next week, fine. But
it will be done, even if we have to continue this campaign
up to the hour of midnight, Dec. 31, 1947."
STANLEY C. MYERS.
Racial, Religious
Hatred Outlawed
SOFIA (JTA).Outlawing of
racial and religious hatred and
guarantees of freedom of religion
have been incorporated into the
draft of the new Bulgarian con-
stitution, which is being written
by a special parliamentary com-
mission, it was learned this week.
Article 61 of the draft states
that propaganda aimed at spread-
ing racial, national or religious
hatred shall be punishable under
the law. All citizens shall be free
to "define their national origin."
Article 69 provides that all na-
tional minorities shall be given
the right to study in their mother
tongue and develop their national
culture.
APPEALS MADE TO
MEMBER NATIONS
LAKE SUCCESS (JTAhAn
appeal for speedy action in
joining the International Refu-
gee organization was this week
forwarded to all members of
the United Nations who have
not already done so by Secre-
tary-General Trygve Lie. The
appeal, to which Mr. Lie is
lending his personal support,
was drafted by the Preparatory
Commission of the IRO during
its recent Geneva meeting.
DP's In US Zone Call On
Big Four To End Camps
MUNICH (JTA)Displaced
Jews throughout the American
zone of Germany today held mass
meetings to protest their plight
and to call on the Moscow con-
ference of foreign ministers to
take effective action to remove
their grievances. The meetings
were called by the Jewish Cen-
tral committee of Germany, which
designated the day a "protest
holiday."
The Jews in nearly 100 com-
munities, camps and DP centers
ratified a four-point resolution
drawn up by the central com-
mittee. It urged: 1. Liquidation
of the displaced camps for Jews.
2. Placing the Jews under inter-
national protection rather than
making them dependent upon the
Germany economy. 3. Opening
the gates of Palestine. 4. Restitu-
tion of Jewish property and rep-
arations and indemnification. A
central committee spokesman de-
clared that the resolution was "in
no way a criticism of the Ameri-
can Army."
In Munich some 6,000 displaced
Jews met and unanimously adopt-
ed the resolution. Speakers of all
political parties agreed that im-
migration to Palestine was the
only possible solution for the
Jews in Germany. Col. George
Scithers, liaison officer attached
to the central committee, and a
number of other Allied personnel,
were present.
AJG WILL MEET IN
WASHINGTON FOR
P
NEW YORKThe fourth ses-
sion of the American Jewish con-
ference will be held in Washing-
ton on the Labor day week-end
and delegates will act on pro-
posals for the establishment of a
permanent over-all organization
to succeed the conference, it was
announced this week.
This program was approved by
the interim committee of the con-
ference at an all-day session at
the Hotel Biltmore, New York,
March 18, during which the com-
mittee voted provisional accept-
ance of a report of its committee
on future organization, outlining
the scope and purpose of the new
organization, and the principles
of its structure and operation.
The report, submitted by Dr.
Maurice N. Eisendrath, chairman
of the committee, was debated
for more than seven hours. Most
of the proposals were accepted,
but a number of minor provisions
having to do with procedure and
not with principle, were sent back
to the committee for further study
with instructions to submit the
report to the interim committee
in final form within 30 days.
At that time, it is planned to make
the proposals public.
The committee on future or-
ganization was authorized to be-
gin negotiations with national or-
ganizations looking to their ad-
herence to the new organization,
on the basis of the preliminary
report.
The decision to hold the fourth
session of the conference in Sep-
tember was based on the fact that
it is believed that the committee
will have concluded its negotia-
tions with the national bodies and
representative community organi-
zations by that time. Moreover,
(Continued on page 4)
ritish Officials Fly
or London Conclave
LONDON (JTA)Palestine High Commissioner Sir Alan G.
unningham and Maj. Gen. Gordon H. A. MacMillan, British
mmander-in-chief in the Holy Land, arrived here this week
ter a hurried flight from Jerusalem arousing speculation that
British government was contemplating a new move in the
"plicated Palestine situation. The spokesman reiterated that
tat!!?0!!!8! ff'Ce sPkesman in" Britain hoped that the problem
cated that the question of law ,ho ,, N
ld Wder in Palestine would be would be taken Up.ub,y the U*'
F-Ussed, but added that it was at the earliest possible moment.
He added that the government
pl.v unlikely that the matter
nereased Jewish immigration
come up. Some quarters
ought that the two top British
Wv '" Palestine had been
fed here to obtain their views
ne projected referral of the
''f'" lssut' to the United Na-
but this view was scouted
'"cgn office spokesman,
..., s" dercd that their visit
gat that Britain is trying to
" the UN bV ther meanS
still has an open mind on the
procedure for consideration of the
question: either establishment of
a fact-finding committee, conven-
ing of a special session of the
general assembly or waiting for
the next scheduled meeting of
the assembly in September.
(Reports circulating at Lake
Success said that U.N. Secre-
tary-General Trygve Lie has
cooled towards his proposal for
(Contirrtied on page 7)
Jewish Agency Names
U.S. Representative
JERUSALEM (JTA). The
Jewish Agency this week
named a seven-man delegation
to present the Zionist case at
the United Nations when the
question of Palestine is placed
before that body.
Concluding a full-week ses-
sion here, the agency author-
ized the six members residing
in the United StatesDr. Abba
Hillel Silver. Moshe Shertok.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Rabbi
Wolf Gold, Hayim Greenberg
and Mrs. Rose Halperin, and Dr.
Nahum Greenberg to speak
for it at the UN. Each of the
seven will assume responsibil-
ity for a different sphere of
activity.
The meeting decided to con-
5^sSlj3tfai Of Action For Plea To UN
JERUSALEM (JTA^-The Jewish Agency will go before the
United Nations with demands for a Jewish state and unlimited
immigration into Palestine, but will not close the door to other
solutions "which would safeguard Jewish rights," it was revealed
with the release of the resolutions adopted at the week-long
agency meeting which concluded last Sunday.
The following resolutions in connection with action by the
U.N. were adopted: 1. The agency will submit to the U.N. and
to its member states the program adopted by the last Zionist
congress. 2. It will insist on full implementation of the Mandate
as long as the British remain the rulers of Palestine. 3. The
agency will be willing to explore other solutions safeguarding
the rights of the Jewish people to free immigration and large-
scale settlement, and ensuring the establishment of a Jewish
state, without committing the movement in advance to their
acceptance.
Declaring that the moment the
Jewish Agency Maps Plan
York or Jerusalem. It appro-
priated $28,000,000 for the
agency's activities in the com-
ing fiscal year.
Federation Will Get
Unclaimed Property
BUCHAREST (JTA). Un-
claimed Jewish property now
stored in Rumanian customs
warehouses will be turned over to
the Federation of Jewish com-
munities, it was announced by a
spokesman for the Justice Min-
istry.
The property consists of furs,
furniture and other personal
household items illegally seized
by the anti-Semitic regimes from
Jews who fled the country during
the war years. The property will
be sold and the proceeds will be
used by the Federation for its
relief and rehabilitation program.
The position of Rumanian Jews
who returned from Soviet terri-
tory is still precarious, although
the Ministry of the Interior has
instructed local authorities to
exempt them from registration as
aliens and to treat them as citi-
zens in all respects.
Legislature Approves Bill
ing New York State sanction to
the released-time program of
religious instruction already in
operation in the schools in New
York City and other communi-
ties was among the scores of
bills approved yesterday at the
closing session of the legisla-
ture. The measure, which
goes into effect on July 2. 1947,
allows pupils to absent them-
selves to take religious instruc-
tion.
Palestine problem is placed be-
fore the United Nations it no
longer remains an issue between
the Jews and Britain, but be-
comes international, the agency
statement said it will make every
effort to defend the rights of the
Jewish people recognized by the
Mandate and insist on the estab-
lishment of a Palestine regime
ensuring their implementation.
It will seek to expose the man-
datory's violation of its obliga-
(Continued on Page 4)


PAGE TWO
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Linksman's Married At
Candlelight Ceremony
ceremony
eon-
uctedby Rabbi Irving Lehrman
personally Speaking .
Miss Judith Wolpert. a gradu-!N. Y.; Sam Dinnerstein. also of ducteJaJy j^,,,, u
ate of Miami Senior High [ Swans Lake, and Jack dinner- uned Miss Mitzi Blumenfeld and
school, added to her impressive stein, of Los Angeles, in addi- Mr Samue] H Linksman March
array of achievements when.tion to Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,fi .,, tlu. National hotel. Mrs.
she participated recently in a Dinnerstein. Linksman. the daughter of Mrs
Wellesley college dance group1 Reverend Joseph Malek has pearl Blumenfeld, wore a gown
production, Blue Duckin's. Miss just returned from New York
Wolpert, a sophomore, is the where he conducted the ser-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. vices for the Bar Mitzva of his
George Wolpert, 1776 S. W.' nephew, Ronald Silverman. He
16th ave. She is publicity also officiated at the Bris of his
chairman of the Wellesley grandson, Allen, son of Mr. and
chapter of United World Fed- Mrs. Irving Cooperman.
eralists, staff member of Forum, Among Northern visitors
debating group; reporter for the stopping at the Casa Marina
Wellesley News, member of hotebin Key West are Mr. and
the verse speaking choir and a Mrs. Harry Cohen, East Orange,'
class executive. She recently N. J.; A. L. Englander Shaker
won freshman honors in recog-1 Heights. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. A.
nition of her outstanding aca- A. Aronovitch, Winnipeg, Can-
ada; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosen-
Y., and
demic work.
Open house in honor of their
38th wedding anniversary took
place last Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Peretzman. The event was a
double celebration, marking
the sixth anniversary of their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Cohen. Pictures of the
Peretzmans and their 12 grand-
children were taken at the lawn
party. Congratulations were
received from friends and rela-
tives in all parts of the country.
Young men who will become
Bar Mitzva tomorrow include
Ronald Ansin, sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Ansin, at Temple
Beth Sholom; Leon Lann, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lann,
Miami Beach Jewish Center;
and Burton Wolf, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Wolf, at Con-
gregation Beth David.
Mr. and Mrs. Selig Chernow,
formerly of St. Paul and White
Bear Lake, Minn., are recent ar-
rivals in Miami to make their
thai, Chappaqua, N.
Mrs. Lee Greenbaum, New
York City.
Mrs. Ida Breman of Leech-
burg, Pa., has been joined by
her daughter, Mrs. Meyer
Braun, for a six-week visit at
the Royal Palm hotel, where
Mrs. Breman is spendinq the
winter.
A donation of S400.00 to be
used in aiding the children in
Palestine was presented by
Mrs. Daniel Brown. The funds
were raised at a musical pro-
gram given for guests of the
Kenmore hotel last Sunday.
Martha Redding and Sylvia
Triste supplied the entertain-
ment.
Dabij Parace
Robert Sanford, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Jerome Berke, was
born March 15 Ellen, daugh-
i ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
'Cohen, arrived March 11 .
iMark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Pinsky, March 9 .
Frederic Stephen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein,
March 6 Carol Ann. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winter
. Judy Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Malchick.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon j
have returned from a business
trip to Atlanta Mrs. Natalie
Goldstein of Bethlehem, Pa., ,,, white satin trimmed with
and her two children are spend- bridal beads and a tiara of pearls
ing the winter with her mother, holding her fingertip length veil.
Mrs. Moses Pallot. The gown was designed by her
Having received his discharge ::'
home at 88 N. W. 35th ave. | after 19 months with the Army, Mr Linksman. son of Mr. and
Accompanying them are their; Solomon Singer, 19-year-old son M,s., N'nrr^ Linksman was re-
rf j j n^^ ( i c- ntly discharged from the Army.
sons, Bernard and Ben. o{ Mr. and Mrs. Max S.nger. is hM?ng t)u, ,:mk |>f fust ]]( uU.n.
Harry Dinnerstein, owner of now studying at the University | ant Hl h.ld served overseas.
the Ritz Plaza hotel, Miami, of Miami Mr. Jerome Sil-
Beach, his sister and four verstein, brother of Mrs. Harvey
brothers are enjoying their first, Fleishman, visited Miami re-
family reunion in more than | cently on his way to South
seven years. The group in- America where he will open a
eludes Mrs. Albert Blum and | branch of his exporting busi-
her husband from Los Angeles; ness.
Myra Eilweiss, teacher in the
Washington Irving High school
Mr and Mrs. Dave Dinnerstein,
Flushing, L. Li Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Dinnerstein, Swans Lake,
%
Sundum fesfaotti
MARCH SPECIALS
LEATHER DESK ACCES-
SORIES SET, includes
desk blotter pad (about
14 x 14 inches) roll blotter,
ink stand and letter open-
er. Brown, maroon and
blue. Set....................$4-95
DESK PENS AND ONYX
BASES. New Diamond
Point pens and bases.
Beautiful black fountain
pen with gold color trim
and white onyx bases.
Pen about 8 inches long.
Set ................................$L95
INITIALED STATIONERY.
White, ivory, pink or blue.
Folded sheets, some boxes
have note paper, too.
With 2 or 3 initials. Allow
two weeks for delivery.
Box ....................................$1
MIAMI STORK, STATIONERY,
SECOND FLOOR
Attendants to the bride were
".: 1 nstein, her sister.
matron of honor; Marilyn Gclf-
and. maid of he .nor; Avens Blu-
ld, Mildred Siegel. Mrs.
Ruth Feuei and Mrs Pearl Wein-
sti :n, bridesmaids Mr. Louis
rd was Mr. Linksman's best
man and the ushers were Irving
.'. R -1 nstein and Phil
in New York City, is visiting her 7 judv Kazer and
cousin, Lucille Barton ... Mr. Linda Linksman were flower girls
and Mrs. Harry Spivack, gave and the page boy was Mark
a farewell party for Mr. and Linksman
Mrs. Nat Sudock of Philadel-
phia.
I wish to thank all my
friends for their concern
and kind expressions
during my recent illness.
Very gratefully,
NATHAN ADELMAN

undred guests attended
I ng 1 eception, after
le and bridegroom
foui -week hi ineymoon
V >i k Upon their return
ie in Miami Beach.
WANTED POSITION AS DIE-
TICIAN OR TUTOR MiUdle-
ly, college graduate, wiihes
inent position m desir-
h home. Can super-
I >-ts for diabetics, obetity
1 successful with
Children Will live in. Write
Mrg. x. care of Jewish Flondian,
Box 2973. Mum, 18. Florida.
DR. S. KREISLER
DENTIST
Announces the Opening of His Office for the
General Practice of Dentistry
1575 Washington Avenue
PHONE 58-9590
Miami Beach
ZISSEN, FINKELSTEIN
MARRIAGE REVEALED
The marriage of Miss Sara
Zissen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Zissen, 4560 Royal Palm ave.,
to Mr. Jacob M. Finkelstein took
place Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciated.
Mr. Finkelstein is a graduate
of the University of Nebraska
Law school. At present he is
promotion manager for the Storm
King corporation. After a short
motor trip the couple will reside
in Dayton, Ohio.
Ruth Brenner Engaged
To Miami Resident
No date has been set for the
wedding of Miss Ruth Brenner
to Mr. S. Robbins, son of Mrs.
Esther Rubitsky of 818 S. W. 2nd
St., whose engagement was an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Brenner of Pitts-
burgh.
Mr. Robbins, formerly of Mil-
waukee, Wis., attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and served
four years as a staff sergeant with
the Army Air Corps. He is now
residing with his mother.
Dr. BEN MILLER
(U. S. Navy Dental Corps19444)
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF HIS OFFICES FOR THE
PRACTICE OF '
DENTISTRY
Lincoln Building
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phone 5-9805evening hours
itnccLn
L CMD.IXKID |
TOUUN
I Aim co*,omomiom
V.' COtO'TIftlDlf
0?CN 11 45 A M
RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS:'

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SAMUEL VIGODA
World Famous Cantor In Concert of Liturgical Hym
Classic and Folklore Mncir- H ym
Assisting ArtistsAn'
ns,
SKS -N^--^L^-^-hPran,sts \
.n., ^niuu HtscUE FUND European
SPONSORED BY KADIMAH CHAPTER
. T":kets priced at J1.50. plus ; Fed 't
Washington Radio. 657 Washtnn- c.,_.._ '
PIONEER WOMEN
ix. For Sale At
"h'ton
Selma's Cosmetic Shop, 1,47 w
March 30th 8:30 P M
At MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. 1
14th and Drexel
AT THREE
THEATRES
The Man Who Tamed
Gilda
I Still Playing for
Keeps!
GLENN FORD
JANIS CARTER
BARRY SULLIVAN
"FRAMED"
EDGAR BUCHANAN
JIM BANNON
^Bp.Cu'1"- vai'y bafaj
coach hods trophies onT
the Miami YW & ywh.
iiy basketball team *
on. The large trophy Ut
the YMCA Central u*
championship in which
team won over all compehtJ
o come out first. The Z
B Gold Ball playoffs.
Beach T Clubs To
Complete In TournamJ
Five groups of the YM & WHll
of Miami Bench will compet. J
the George Bertman trophy |l
the Third Annual Dramatic to|
nament which will be held Aril
2 at 8 p.m. at the Y. 1 Lincoln*!
Clubs participating areOvertl
Social club. B'nai B'rith WD(J,I
B'nai B'rith Girls, B'nai ffriil
JEMS and AZA Royal Palm.
Many A SimpU
Jewish Dish Be-
comes A "Bala-
busta's Meichel"
When You Add An
Exciting Dash Of
Two Of
HEINZ
57 Sauce-Worrt<-
shire Sauce -Tom*
Ketchup Chili Scntf-
Brown Prepared MW
tard -Yellow Prep**
Mustard.


Ljday, MARCH 28, 1947
+Jenisti nor Mian
PAGE THREE
MIC! DEBUT
T '1
for
the
kadame Elsa Fink Viennese
Cnatic soprano, will appear
tSS ,vening at the Miami
Lh Hio scho1 for the Com;
Imitv Concert scries, sponsored
*"he Miami Beach YM&WHA
me. Fink will substitute '
Uph Fuchs.
[This concert will mark
Lerican debut of Mme. Fink,
Iho arrived in this country only
Te weeks ago. A student of
ola Artot Dc Padilla, famous
tench singer, she has been ac-
jaimed by critics in all the larg-
C cities in Europe.
[When the Nazis came to power
Fink, a German Jewess.
las hounded by the Gestapo.
ionstantly fleeing for her life.
Tic spent the next few years hid-
en by the underground, smug-
Jed oui of France with a false
asspoit, and in concentration
amps where she saw the com-
Uete annihilation of her family
nd her husband's family. Her
nlv living relative is a sister in
lew York.
The artist was guest speaker at
rednesday's report luncheon of
he Combined Jewish Appeal's
P47 campaign.
After her release from a con-
entratior. camp, she toured refu-
gee camp.- in Switzerland, bring-
Ig lie beauty of her voice to
hose unfortunate persons. She
gng more than 50 recitals for the
tternees. It was only with the
(id of the ORT that Mme. Fink
tas able to gain entry into the
United States.
Ticket.-, foi tlie concert may be
Ibtained at the Miami Beach
W&WHA, 1 Lincoln rd. Reser-
vations nmy be made by calling
1-5319.
HEBREW ACADEMY
REPORTS PROGRESS
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, newly established He-
brew and English school, located
at the Miami Beach YM&WHA,
1 Lincoln rd., reports that excep-
tional progress has been made
since February 11, opening date
of the school, according to Dr.
David S. Andron, acting chair-
man of the board of directors.
In addition to their regular sec-
ular work, the children are now
undergoing general aptitude tests
to be followed by IQ tests under
the supervision of psychologists
irom the University of Miami.
The IB group is presently con-
centrating on a Passover project
during Hebrew sessions. A
kindergarten group, formed last
Monday, meets from 9 a.m. to 12
noon daily in fully equipped sur-
roundings. Age limits of this
;roup are 3' to 5 years. There
s still a limited number of open-
ings. Those interested in enroli-
ng children may contact the
school any afternoon, Monday
through Friday. Children al-
ready attending grade IB in pub-
lic schools may transfer and full
credit will be given.
Members of the board of direc-
tors are: Treasurer, S. M. Grund-
werg; co-treasurer, Sam Rein-
hard; A. M. Bear, Aaron S. Lauer,
Nathan Ginsburg and Rabbi Nor-
man N. Eller, executive secretary.
THE CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN "CHALKS IT UP"
HOC Children Conduct
!odel Passover Seder
Sunday morning, Miami Jewish
Drthodox congregation will pre-
ent its youth groups in a model
leder,
Students participating include:
flora Seltman, Sheila Karger.
parbaia Pearl, Elliot Appelman,
[ichael Stahl, Michael Stokals,
tail Glasser, Bernard Biron,
paula Sloan and Barry Geltner.
Allen Honig will lead the Kid
llu-h. June Moser, Richard
pachs. Gaby Blumenthal, Norman
pamse, Leonard Kessler, Marilyn
Jrenncr and Malcolm Friedman
fill present the asking of the
our questions and portrayal of
pie fou; seder personalities.
Refreshments, symbolic of the
fassover, will be served by mem-
ers of the Sisterhood.
BETH TFILAH
NAMES OFFICERS
Shaye Jacobson will again
serve as president of Beth Tfilah
congregation following a recent
election. Other officers are: First
vice-president, Samuel Widelide;
second vice-president, Manashe
Stein; recording secretary and
second Gabai, S. Hill; financial
secretary, Joshua Rubin; treas-
urer, Israel Diamond, and first
Gabai, Abraham Katz.
Members who will serve on the
board of directors are: Rabbi J. L.
Andron, Dr. D. S. Andron, L.
Bornstein, I. Feigenbaum, J. Ohl,
I. Schachno, S. M. Grundwerg
and J. Levitt.
Mr. Diamond, Dr. Katz and Mr.
Jacobson were appointed to the
building committee.
TOWN *Y' OFFERS
'SLIMNASTICS'
Embarking on its own "battle
of the bulge" the YM & YWHA
of Miami announces that health
club classes for women are now
in progress every Monday and
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Limbering and reducing exercises
conducted to music under the
direction of Chuck Klein, Y ath-
letic director, are attracting a
wide response.
An intramural Softball league
I is now being formed under the
| direction of Chuck Klein. Town
"Y" athletic director. All those
I interested in participating in
the league are urged to get in
ouch with the "Y" as soon as
Possible so they may be placed
onteams. The league will play
on Sunday mornings. Mem-
?e"hip in the "Y" is required
p order to participate.
AJC Women Hear Review
Of Laura Hobson Novel
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view "Gentleman's Agreement"
by Laura Z. Hobson this after-
noon at 1:30 at the Miami Beach
Jewish center. This review is the
10th in a series of reviews pre-
sented through the winter season
by the Miami Beach Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish con-1
gress.
This book review series, of
which Mrs. Leonard Kimball 's
chairman, is open to the public.
Mrs. Kimball is assisted by the
following committee: Mrs. Frank
Weiss, co-chairman; Miss Clara
Goldenb'erg, Mrs. Charles Gross-
man, Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, Mrs.
Leonard Glickman and Mrs.
Louis Glasser.
CHAIRMAN STANLEY C. MYERS, 1947 CJA Chairman, keeps
a close watch on campaign results. He is shown above
making entries on the "scoreboard" at a workers' report
rally at the Alcazar hotel.
AMVETS CELEBRATE
FIRST ANNIVERSARY
First anniversary celebration of
the AMVETS, Robert Richter
Post 11 of Miami Beach will take
place tomorrow evening, 8:30, in
the Crystal Room of the Poin-
ciana hotel, 1555 Collins avc. The
affair will feature a buffet lunch,
dancing and entertainment.
The committee for the dance
consists of AMVETS Mrs. Esther
Levy and Miss Ann Katz. Auxil-
iary members who served are:
Mrs. Phyllis Richter, Mrs. Estelle
Radler, Mrs. Sadye Reiner, Mrs.
Ruth Johansen, Mrs. Adrienne
Eblowitz, Mrs. Shirley Goldberg
and Mrs. Edith Levin.
MIAMI T OFFERS
DRAMA COURSE
Techniques of acting, directing,
make-up, set designing and con-
struction will be included in the
course of study of the Y Players
>f the Miami YM & YWHA to be
offered on Sunday mornings and
Monday evenings by Miss Ruthe
Pavenson, drama director at
the Y.
Open to all Y members, this
course will be carried on in con-
junction with the Little theatre of
the Y so that students may put
into action the theories and de-
monstrations of the class sessions.
Miss Payenson. professionally
interested in the theatre, received
her master's degree from N. Y. U.
in dramatics and has had several
seasons of summer stock ex-
perience.
A regular meeting of the
Senior members of the Miami
Hebrew school has been called
for April 2, 8:30 p.m., at the
YM&WHA. Matters of extreme
importance will be discussed.
Jennie Grossinger
announces that the
GROSSINGER PANCOAST
will be open for the
Passover
HOLIDAYS
SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD
Inquiries Invited Telephone 5-6761
HAVE YOU
HEARD about
*"* iimiiim
Long*, lolling b't< oppooring -c!on'
-,1 octuo'l, will b* hoppr lo coll al ,oor conv#,nc
-without obligolioi- and you
jboul |K omol'ng nw Sm#l (And
.member f*condl'ion ,001
old Vnl,on bUdl ol omol
ingly low coil- moV* iKoji
lik. now
Rabbi Murray Grauer, spir-
itual leader of Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation, will
speak over WKAT Sunday
morning at 8:15. The subject
of his talk is. "Joy of Aiding
the Free."
Dr. Raab Leads Service
Rabbi David Raab, of Temple
Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale, will
conduct Seder services on both of
the first two days of Passover,
April 4 and 5, at the President
Madison hotel.
Appearing with Rabbi Raab
will be Miss Marian D. Cohen,
coloratura soprano, accompanied
by Miss Mildred Goldberg, who
will render musical portions of
the service.
Something New Has Been Added to Coral Gables. The City Beautiful
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TELEPHONE 48-5500
151820 Dixie Highway Coral Gables
ASTOR HOTEL
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Presents
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Cantor. Radio and Concert Singer
MORDECAI
YARDEINI
TO CONDUCT THE SERVICES
AND PERFORM SEDURIM AT
THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
3 Meals Daily Strictly Kosher
Also Accept European Plan
THE COMMUNITY
CONCERT SERIES
regretfully announces that
JOSEPH FUCHS
is unable to appear for his
j recital. In his place we
proudly present the
AMERICAN DEBUT
of
ELSE
FINK
Viennese Dramatic Soprano
formerly of the
BERLIN OPERA
Saturday, March 29. 1947
Miami Beach High School
8:30 P. M.
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Tax Included
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PAGE FOUR
*Jeislifk>ridllav
raPAY.MMQn,
Editorial
FACE THE FACTS
Let's face the facts. The progress of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, as far as the Greater Miami area is concerned, is not
what it should be.
Agency To Ask Jewish
State In Plea To UN
(Continued from Page 1)
Why?
Dozens of valid reasons are forthcoming. People are fed
up on drives, tired of giving and the workers exhausted from
efforts expended in other campaigns.
The destitute and shattered remnant of Jewish life abroad
is also fed up, tired and exhaustedbut in a different way.
Satiated with their persecution and tired of their destitution,
those remaining Jews are exhausted from their battleour
, 44, ? the Zionist Actions committee.
battlefor survival. ,,
which will meet in May.
So much for the emotional aspects of our humanitarian Reviewing ,he general polii-
undertaking. ical situation, the statement
Let's get practical. We have acquired a formidable task in said that the Zionisi movement
seeking to raise our goal of SI,309,000. This staggering sum is confronted at presem with
has proven discouraging and seemingly out of reach to many the following three b.c facts:
workers in a community that will not recognize failure. 1- The Mandatory Government
has not swerved rom its deter-
This total exceeds all previous guotas by a huge sum but mination ,0 ma.ntain the White
as huge as the figure is, its attainment is not out of reach. Paper, except for slight modifi-
The last report meeting of the campaign on Wednesday dis-; cations which do not change its
closed that 600 of last year's contributors are still unpledged. ic character; 2
and on the basis of repeat givingnot increasedthe fund deavor ,0 subm
would pass the million mark. Several thousand prospects have to e W1 "t
r existing regime during the m-
as yet beer, uncontacted. ,erim period and 3 The grow.
Campaigns for the United Jewish Appeal now in progress 9 harshness of the repressive
... ... i __i __j measures taken against the
throughout the country ore meeting with surprisingly good and Jewish community.
substantial returns. The success of Miami's campaign now jn vjew 0f these circumstances.
depends not on its inspired leadership, nor on campaign strategy the agency is determined to main-
c.-.d techniques. Our campaign depends on the sincerity and :-'"\ uncompromising opposition
i.i ii tnt' White Paper regime, the
integnty o: we volunteer workera who cione spell success. statement added stressing that
Coverage of the prospects will prove once more that Miami this opposition is not directed
does BOl recognize failure.
Jewish Education In
Greater Miami
tions and to obtain a solution
which Will place the fate of the
Jewish people in their own hands.
Announcing the composition of
the seven-man delegation which
will represent the Zionists at the
UN.the members of which
were revealed yesterday the
stab ment said that as a result of
the destruction of the bulk of
European Jewry and certain other
developments, the agency has de-
cided to re-examine its structure Deen expanding very rapiaiy in me last six years. It was esti
and s..... -Main alterations to | ^ J*Jj* the permanent Jewish population of Greater 2J
By A. P. GANNES
Executive Director oj the Bureau o/ Jewish E
(Thii it tht first of a unei of articles,
article! the cot of education, what our children
Problems
lUCQtion
W. hop, ,Bi|Wt
are studying .,
youth education, adult education and other related n,ki.J' ':'":
I. VITAL STATISTICS
How many children are studying in our Jewish schools''
As we all know, the Jewish community of Greater M
been expanding very rapidly in the last six years
was 29,000. It is now estimated that there are between 35 [
40,000 permanent Jewish residents in this area. This
based on the increased number of prospective
AJC WILL MEET
IN WASHINGTON
page lj
will be timed
ting f the general
nbly of the United Nations
which may have the Palestine
question before it.
JEWISH REFUGEES
NOW ASSEMBLING
LONDON (JTA).Two hun-
dred displaced Jews from the
British xone of Germany who
will make up half of the first
contingent of immigrants to
Palestine under t h e recently
announced plan to admit about
350 Jews monthly from the
A referendum of the delegates British zone, have arrived from
of the conference to approve the' BeUen camp at the Bocholt
Labor day session will be neces-
sary in view of the decision of
the last session in Cleveland in
1946 to hold the fourth session
this spring.
Dr. Eisendrath's committee held
seven meetings before reaching
transit camp, the Jewish Com-
mittee for Relief Abroad dis-
closed here. Another party of
200 is expected to arrive at the
end of the week.
Ginsburg, Harold J. Goldenberg.
Frank Goldman, Isaac Heller,
a! cement on the new plan. The I Louis Lipsky. Rabbi Joseph H
committee, which includes lead-1 Lookstein. Mrs. Albert J May
era of national organizations and Rabbi Irving Miller H e n r'v
communities, consists of the fol- Monsky, Stanley C, Myers Judge
lowine: Simon H. Rifkind. Judge Morris
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, Rothcnberg, Samuel Rothstein,
chairman: Dr. Ira Eisenstein, Louis Segal. Ezra Z. Shapiro and
Judge Harry M. Fisher. Arnold R. | Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
against the British people, but
only against their government's
present policy here It de-
nounced this policy as being the
root cause for the unrest and;
"gratuitous suffering" of thou-
sands of Jews, and promised an .
unceasing fight for the entry of
all displaced persons and other
Jews who wish to come here and
extension of Jewish land holdings.
The statement calls on the ex-
tremist groups to adhere to na-
tional discipline and pledges full
support to the Zionist movement,
the Zionist Organization and the
Palestine Jewish community in
their resistance I rorism. It
charged that the r< ent repressive
measures adopted by the govern-
ment l not at ter-
hut at breaking the spirit
of the Yishuv, and warned that
repn uld not succeed.
The agency executive called on
the Jewish community for a
united effort to expand the Jew-
ish economy "in town and coun-
try" This was understood to be
an appeal to industry groups and
labor to refrain from both lock-
outs and strikes in the present
critical period.
Finally, referring to the
Yishuv'.- financial position, the
statement says that the current
budget is inadequate and addi-
tional funds must be obtained
through increased capital invest-
ments and a Stepped-up campaign
for contribution.-..
estimate j
givers listed \.
Federation; by the increase in membership in all organizati
and what we consider an excellent barometerthe increase T~
Jewish schools. Since 1945 there has been an increase of m"
cent in the number of students attending our schools. If the *
lation increased by 30 per cent and our school registration keJjj
with it. it would mean a population of 39,000 Jewish residta
Certainly, we do not deceive ourselves by thinking that we hi
made such strides in Jewish education that the percentage of cfc
dren attending Jewish schools has grown by 30 per cent Yet
an absolute basis the increase in our school population is tremendw
and is an indicator of future problems in terms of facilities .
i"t The problem sonne1, etC We also hope that the increai* of 30 per cent is SOffl
proof of our educational effort in this community to develop m
parents the consciousness of the need for Jewish education
The figures below indicate the increase in accordance with
records:
(Academic Years)
1944-1945
Sunday School...... 1,211
Hebrew School...... 543
We should like to break down this year's figures by schook I
It is important to know that we have all types represented in oc
Jewish educational pattern locally: 3 Orthodox schools, 2 Consent-
tive, 1 Liberal. 1 Reform, 1 still undetermined (Coral Gables).:
Yiddish, 1 all-day. We should also know that two Orthodox schoob
(the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Beth Jacob) an
five-day schools. They do not conduct a formal Sunday school
All children arc requested to attend five days a week. They do
have, however, a special group up to the age of 9 that attends I
Sundays. The Conservative schools (Beth David and Miami Beach
Jewish Center) have a four-day afternoon Hebrew school plus the I
Sunday school. The Liberal congregation (Beth Sholom) conducti
a two-day Hebrew school in addition to the Sunday school. IV I
all-day school, recently opened, meets from 9:00 to 300 five daji |
a week.
Increase
1945-1946 1946-1947 2 yean
1.445 1.64B 30',
628 750 30f.
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by The Jewish Roridian at 21 s. W.
Second Avenue. Miami 18. Florida.
:!2d eo . 1930, at the Post Office of Miami;
Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Flondian has absorbed
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1046-1947 Academic Year Registration
Hebrew
School
Beth David (Conservative)................ 122
Beth Jacob (Orthodox).................... 125
Coral Gables Jewish Center..................
Hebrew High School (B.J.E.).............. 12
Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative) 160
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. (Orthodox) 124
Miami Hebrew School (Orthodox)......... 40
Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal)............ 105
Temple Israel (Reform)......................
All-Day School ........................... 20
Private Lessons .......................... 50
758
Sunday
School
397
125
40
402
125
30
337
192
1,648
To this we must add the Yiddish School
conducted by the Workmen's Circle
It is our estimate that about 35 per cent of the total numbe ^
children of school age (6-14) are attending our Jewish sctww
any one time. About 20 per cent attend Hebrew school. T _^
not mean that these are all the children that attend Abou
cent of our children AT ONE TIME or ANOTHER attenJ,JSiJ.
schoolbut at any one time not more than 35 per nt"
day school and 20-25 per cent attend Hebrew school
THIS MM*
One Year
Two Years
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 13
Friday, March 28. 1947
NISSAN 7, 5707
ebrew kjuh- --- j,
THAT A VAST NUMBER OF OUR CHILDREN ARE w
CEIVING ANY JEWISH EDUCATION. It is a serious j
and needs attention on the part of the community.
the exact
.:.i
Thta* figure* are estimate*. We r< not affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish B
Hollywood Center Holds
Penny Sale Wednesday
The sixth in a series of events
for the benefit of the Hollywood
Jewish Community center build-
ing fund will be a novel penny
sale which will be held Wednes-
day, April 2. at 8:15 p.m. The
sale will be conducted by Mr.
Philip Lavine, assisted by Mrs.
Lavine and Mrs. Lou Kravitz,
chairmen.
New Refugee Project
NEW YORK cJTA>-*
ect for settling .O^J.
the Philippine islands, a^ ^
ments for which had b^
pleted just prior frf5hcor
of the war. .s receiving ,
sideration.it was dtKto^
annual report o
Economic corporation. .
gotiated the original^
with the PhiliPP'^ ov


[trIDA^MAHCH 28. 1947
Jenisli Hcrldlar
PAGE FIVE
ilLLEL HOUSE PATIO
fcENE OF CLOSING
)F CAMPUS DRIVE
Tin' expansion program at
lill. 1 House of the University of
lunu provided for the construc-
| aiding The new addition was
.,,. tlv dedicated through the
ttoi'ts of Mr. Harold Turk, chair-
Ln f the B'nai B'rith Hillel Ad-
L,v council assisted by Mr.
Ling Frankel.
(Many social and cultural events
jave already taken place on the
Fee-fringed patio, including a
urim dance and forum lectures.
is fast becoming one of the
lost popular meeting places of
Wish students.
fThursday, March 20, the patio
las the scene of a dance closing
be university's campaign for the
ombined Jewish Appeal drive.
guards were given to Herbert
joldfield, president of Alpha Ep-
Qnn Pi fraternity, and Marilyn
pcoloff, Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
president, who represented
e two organizations who con-
libuted the largest amount of
le S1870 raised.
Ijeromo Weinkle, chairman of
L CJA youth division, presented
Ee gold cups. Student leaders
|r the drive were Warren Supo-
Itz and Jean Fleishman.
[Members of the Hillel Advisory
Viuncil of Greater Miami in-
ude: Mr. Turk, Mr. Frankel,
Ir S. B. Miller, Mrs. Ida Optner,
[r. Isaac Levin. Mr. Monte Zelig,
Ir. Car! Weinkle, Mr. Benjamin
|eyi is, Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal and
r- Martha Meyers.
[Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mr. Leon
apian, Mr. George Bertman,
f, Abie P. Cannes, Mr. Elry B.
lone, Mr, Ben Essen, Dr. Mau-
pe Serotta and Mrs. Dora
Ugust. Rabbi Albert Michels is
b-ector of the Hillel.
The hotel men of Greater Miami were picked
out lor special commendation at last Mon-
day's report meeting of the current Combined
Jewish Appeal. Wm. D. Singer, chairman
of the co-ordinated campaign committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, an-
nounced that the Hotel Division has brought
toward its $250,000 quota. Irving Frankel is
co-chairman, with Sam Lachman, of the
Hotel Division.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center was the principal speaker at
last Monday's report meeting of the 1947
Combined Jewish Appeal. He is shown
above with Irving Frankel and Sam Lach-
man, co-chairmen of the hotel division; Wm.
D. Singer, chairman of the co-ordinated cam-
paign committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and Rabbi Leon Kronish of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, who delivered the invo-
cation.
Jizrachi Women Honor
itional Member At Tea
n honor of the visit of Mrs.
bnel Club, national vice-presi-
nt. the Miami Beach women's
aptcr of Mizrachi held a tea at
; Jewish Center Tuesday. Mrs.
blub, who is visiting her mother
pe, spoke on her experiences at
Basle conference. She was
(traduced by Mrs. E. Karger,
Jtural chairman.
iNcw members were introduced
1 the affair, at which many out-
ftown guests were present. Miss
' rtha Redding, violinist, sup-
led the musical portion of the
{ram, playing traditional Jew-
songs.
|Mis J. Brenner presented a
feck for SI.000 which had been
lised through the efforts of the
Pup tor use of the Child Rescue
Ind. Other contributions to
Meets of Mizrachi were made
Mrs W. Meehlowitz, Mrs. P.
ptein, Mrs. A. Lcvitan, Mrs. J.
tenner, Mrs. T. Meyers. Mrs. E.
flienfield, Mrs. S. Reinhard,
|rs R Becker, Mrs. S. Rudow,
P H Blaud, Mrs. I. Friedman
Id Mrs. P. Creenberg.
logn
>VER 21' CLUB HEARS
UK BY ELSA TEMPLE
following its regularly sched-
T-d meeting last Wednesday eve-
TC, the Over 21" social group
f an address by Miss Elsa
P'iple. lecturer, who spoke on
Plestine Life and Achieve-
Inte."
flaking her first trip to this
ptry, Miss Temple has just
("Meted 10 years of social work
i Palestine.
Zionist Youth Hold
Dance At Hillel House
Hillel House at the University
of Miami will be the scene of the
Junior Hadassah and Masada
COUNCIL TO
CABLE MARSHALL
After hearing Dr. Harry
Ward, professor emeritus
F.
, Christian Ethics, Union Theo-
Membership Tea dance on Wed- logical seminary, and other speak-
nesday evening, April 2, at 7:30 ers ,r
p.m.
Greater Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah and Masada, young
men's and young women's Zion-
ist organizations, have planned a
gay and informative program for
this affair.
Membership in Junior Hadas-
sah now totals 143 and a quota of
200 must be reached before May
1. Masada's present enrollment
is 45, with a tentative quota of
100.
Junior Hadassah supports the
Children's Village of Meier Shfe-
yah, the Henrietta Szold School
of Nursing, the Jewish Nationql
Fund and the Youth Aliyah
Movement.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Saul Genet and Doris Albin, as-
sisted by Hilda Schwartz, ar-
rangements; Doris Shapero, cor-
respondence; Florence Hilder-
brandt, refreshments; Gladys
Topper, telephone; Eileen Cowen,
Florence Stein and David Leiber-
man, program; Rosalyn Worth
and Harvey Sutton, hosts; Caro-
lyn Schultz, guest book, and Shir-
ley Pardo, publicity.
ers, the audience at Bayfront
park, Wednesday night, voted to
send a cable to Secretary of State
George C. Marshall in Moscow,
informing him that the Greater
Miami Council of American-
Soviet Friendship urges him to
place the problems of aid to
Greece, Turkey and other govern"
ments before the United Nations
immediately and that relief ac-
tion be taken in accordance with
UN Food and Agricultural com-
mission's report on Greek econ-
omy.
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Dr. Miller Opens Dental
Office In Lincoln Bldg.
Dr. Ben Miller, recently dis-
charged officer in the United
States Navy Dental corps, has
opened his offices for the general
practice of dentistry at the Lin-
coln bldg., 350 Lincoln id.
Dr. Miller is a graduate of the
University of Mississippi and the
University of Buffalo. School of
Dentistry. He interned and
served as chief resident in the
Oral Surgery Department of the
Jersey City Medical center, Jer-
sey City, N. J., prior to his two
years in the navy.
While awaiting completion of
the Lincoln road building. Dr.
Miller was associated with Dr.
Charles De Pencier in Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Temple Israel Women
Prepare Slate For 1947
The nominating committee of
Temple Israel Sisterhood has pre-
pared a slate of officers to be
voted upon at the next regular
meeting on Monday, April 7, in
Kaplan hall.
Names to be presented are: For
president, Mrs. Isaac Levin; first
vice president, Mrs. Marion B.
Ross; second vice president, Mrs.
Elry Stone; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Henry Hirsch; assist-
ant corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Alfred Morris; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Isidore Lach; treasurer,
Mrs. Harry V. Simons; financial
secretary, Mrs. Albert Hirsch, and
auditor, Mrs. Harry Boyell.
Trustees: Mrs. Frank Coret,
Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Sam Hant-
man, Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. G. L.
Mendelson, Mrs. Harry Nevins,
Mrs. Norman Rossman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Singer. Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub and Mrs. Adolph Wert-
heimer.
Mrs. Louis Mendelson, chair-
man of the nominating committee,
was assisted by Mrs. Isidor Lach,
Mrs. Sam Hantman, Mrs. Isaac
Joffe, Mrs. Charles Rosenthal,
Mrs. M. M. Kuperberg and Mrs.
Roy Gindy.
A program and refreshments
will follow the election, with Mrs.
Adolph Wertheimer, house chair-
man, in charge. Mrs. Reba Eng-
ler Epstein is president of the
Sisterhood and will act as chair-
man of the meeting.
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RED CROSS P
CAMPAIGN FULLS
T OF
Following an analysis made
earlier this week of Dade county's
American Red Cross fund cam-
paign. H. H. H!yman, campaign
chairman, revealed that less than
3 per cent of the residents of
Dade county had contributed to
this year's drive.
At that time the Red Cross
campaign goal of $301,000 stood
at only 40 per cent attained after
a month of canvassing.
"In order to put the county over
the top in the Red Cross drive.
we need widespread support
throughout the county." Hyman
said. "Last year 40.000 individu-
als subscribed to the Red Cross
appeal. This year, to date, we
have received contributions from
only 10,362 individuals of voting
age.
Hyman expressed hope that 80
per cent, or S250.000. will be re-
ported at the campaign's second
report meeting to take place to-
day at the Hotel McAllister.
SHOLOM LODGE AWARDS TROPHY
JWV Brown Post (174)
To Purchase Home Site
A permanent site for the N
man Bruce Brown Post. No. 1"4
of the Jewish War Veterans is
being sought by members, Abe
Goldberg, state commander. heads
the committee which will pur-
chase a lot in the Greatei Miami
area to house activitii .- f the
group.
Plans for pui be-
inc held in abeyance p> tiding thi
expected public auction
erties by the city. T:.>
r. meets ev< I an
fourth Monday at th.- Ta
Torah, 1545 S W, Third st.
Marx Feinberg. Sholem lodge, B'nai B "'h program <*^
(left) and C. R. Jacobson. executive secretary (nghtl present
Citizenship Award trophy to Mrs. Herberta Ann Leon^dy.
debate coach of Ponce de Leon High school as contest win-
ners Darryl McCall and George L. Strehlke. Jr., look on. The
city-wide debate tournament, sponsored by the lodge, at-
tracted more than 50 participants from six high schools and
one parochial school. McCall. Strehlke and their coach will
go to Washington. D. C. for one week as guests o B run
B'rith and will visit sessions of Congress and speak with
Florida Senators and Congressmen. The youth proiect was
inaugurated as an annual competition by the lodges com-
mittee on public affairs.________________________
Hebrew School Students
To Attend Model Seder
Junior :
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation, assisted by the He-
brew and Sunday school chil-
dren, will perform a model Pass-
over Seder Sundav at 11 a.m. at
AMVET Club, 420 S. W. Eighth
ave.
Edward Siegel. president of the
junior group, advises that Gardin
Kleber will act as junior rabbi
All participants have been coach-
ed by Rabbi Simon April. Mis
D. Kleber will arrange the re-
freshments.
BBG Chapter Holds Open
House For New Members
An open hi u
: 1 ','.' 1 lay by
B ach Chapti I 1
B'nai B'rith young women at the
home of Doris Hyman G
ent; Mrs
and Mrs E I
Lcfkowitz. sp :.

'.' ei com*
f BBG ''.'
'. about nine
I will Ix I lly in-
. 21.
The regular weekly luncheon
of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
at the Downtown club today
will feature a talk by Merton
Levinson, member of the Citi-
zens' Committee for Education.
Traveling to Miami from West
Palm Beach. Mr. Levinson will
discuss "Florida Forward
Through Education."
The showing of the movie.
"Israel Lives On." will be the
feature at a special fund-raising
project given by the Miami
Beach Women's group of Miz-
rachi. on April 9 at Beth Jacob
synagogue. Proceeds of the
affair will be donated to the
Child Rescue fund.
Aged Home Fetes Oldest
Resident At Open House
Open house will be held at the
Jewish Home for the Aged Sun-
day afternoon beginning at 2
o'clock. The occasion is the cele-
bration of the 103rd birthday o!
Meyer Katowitz, guest of the
home.
Mr. Katowitz, a Miami resident'
for the past eight years, was born
In Kovrov, Russia, in 1844. He
came to this country at the age .
of 35 and spent most of his life
in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was I
a deputy sheriff. He has 12 chil-
dren, 10 of whom are living.
Jerome Weinkle, chairman of the Youth Division of the 1947
Combined Jewish Appeal, presents a trophy to Herb Goldfield of
the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, the student organization which
raised the most money in the current campaign. Mr. Weinkle is
pictured with Jean Fleischnan and Warren Supoviiz. student
co-chairmen.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congre-
gation Beth Sholom. will par-
ticipate in a round-table dis-
cussion Sunday evening at 8
p.m. in Bayfront park, opening
the Florida State Conference of
Social Work. He will join
Father Paul Manning, Rev. Rex
Wilkes and Rev. Joseph Barth
in a discussion of "Brotherhood
of Man."
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Beth Jacob Children
Conduct Seder Service
A children's Seder will be pre-
sented by the Beth Jacob Sunday
school on Sunday at 11 a.m. in
the community building. The
Hagaddah will be read and ex-
plained.
In addition, there will be a
quiz program" and the singing
of "songs of freedom." Passover
foods will be supplied by the
Sisterhood and will be served by
a committee headed by Mrs. Jack
Hirsch, president.
"Foundation! for Better Com-
munities" will be the subject of
a talk by Rabbi Max Shapiro
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
April 1. at a P.-T.A. rally the
Shenandoah Elementary school.
Obituaries
FISCHER
Services for Herman Kiacher, 67,
wore held Monday at Riverside Me-
mortal chapel, Habhi Cilman Zwlt-
i in officiating. Mr. FlHcher, who
lived ith Ins ilHiiRhter, Mr*. Malvtne
..,v.....I SIOI Pine Tree dr.. died
,- Friday night. A resident of
Miami Beach wince 1934. he In sur-
vlved b) his daughter, his wife. Mr.
rterthn Fischer; a grandson. Sterling
I..1VI1H-; a brother and a sinter.
A series of round tabu A*
featuring Zionist Ej > i
opened last week at then- *
ty of Miami HilleiHo^
junction with the proerl j*
Intercollegiate Zl0Sg?ii
of America. 'wiTatj,
Scheduled weekly r.n t
the first of these U">
conducted by Gerald* fi*
executive field director v>
Socoloff is chairman, ""*
Through th. m**, J
Raymond Rubin ^ ^ *
Seymour, the Jewish **-
FundICouncilo^^S
ha* been allocated offic, |Z
t 1632 PwuuylnS,;?
Miami Beach. Room 22-A.
HIMELFARB
Frank Hlmelfttrb, SI, died Monday
night at his home. 1578 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach. He eatne from I'hiia-
leljinla ;i year .'ttfo ;md leaves hln
life, Mrs Jean Himelfarb: a daughter,
,! ^ n. my Weiner, and a son, Albert,
ill of Miami Bench. The body was
sent to Philadelphia by the Riverside
Memorial chapel.
LUBIN
't l.uldn. 67, of 7027 S. W. nth
t died Saturday. He leaves his
Mrs I^-na I.ubin: four sons and
> daughters. The body was apnt
New Vork by Gordon Funeral hnriie

COHEN
The body of Thomas Cohen. T.3.
Miami Reach visitor, who died Sun-
day, was nenl 10 Kanaka <"lt\ l>\ the
Riverside Memorial chapel.
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+JewlsHk>ridlaln
PAGE SEVEN
[jjjgh Officials Fly
or London Conclave
(Continued jrom Page 1)
stablishment of an inquiry
ommittee in view of the fail-
Ire of the Big Five to support
he plan and is considering the
(ossibilitv of calling- a special
tssion to be attended by skele-
on delegations from each mem-
ber nation, in order to keep
Cwn the cost. However, U.N.
ources said that until Britain
nakes some move to submit
Jie issue to the U.N. formally,
iothing can be done.)
few Consultations Out
|The foreign office spokesman
lied out a new attempt by Brit-
Jn to solve the problem through
Irther consultations with Jews
LONDON (JTA). The
nglo-American discussion* on
he British procedure for re-
erring the Palestine issue to
he United Nations have been
Ixtended from London to
Washington, a Foreign Office
Lpokesman told the JTA.
He said that in addition to
he talks between the Foreign
Dffice and the U.S. Embassy
here, the British Embassy is
onducting similar talks with
he State Department. The
Spokesman disclosed that the
cope of the discussions include
he proposed UN fact-find com-
niisionwith the Arab opposi-
tion to this plan being taken
nto accountand also the pos-
sibility of a special General
Assembly meeting on Palestine.
nd Arabs. He said that the talks
kith the American embassy were
kill continuing. An embassy
lurce described the conversa-
"still inconclusive."
Authoritative Jewish Agency
uarters expressed the opinion
bat the visit of Cunningham and
lacMillan was in connection with
curity matters, and that they
rould discuss with the colonial
nd foreign offices how Palestine
to be governed in the interim
eriud before U.N. action.
| Commenting on the current
nglo-American talks, the agency
frcles said that despite the U. S.
esire that the U.N. act as soon
i possible, various technical dif-
|culties makes discussion of the
natter before the September
neeting of the assembly ex-
remely unlikely.
IN THE MAIL
Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
It has come to our attention
that people on the sideline are
gloating over the apparent con-
flict between the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus and the Beth
Jacob Congregation Vaad. Many
are amazed why the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad Hakashrus, officially
representing five out of the six
congregations of Greater Miami;
and, endorsed and subsidized by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, is unable to secure the
majority of the supposed Kosher
butcher stores in this area. We
must openly declare that we have
been battling for two years
against the "Hefkairus," loose-
ness and irresponsibility on the
part of the butchers who receive
improper supervision, and disre-
gard the essential requisites of
Kashrus.
As a result of THEIR ACTIONS
we have not been able to en-
dorse them. We are amazed at
the laxity of the public who is
seeking Kashrus and also paying
for it; and yet, is purchasing meat
and fowl in places which have no
supervision at all or improper
supervision. The Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus cannot endorse
those stores who do not abide
with the rules and regulations
required by the Laws of the
Torah. The only stores endorsed
by us at the present time and
for whose Kashruth we guarantee
are:
Southwest Kosher Meat Mar-
ket, Inc., 1007 S. W. 27th ave.,
Miami, 4-3986; Berele's Poultry
Market, 237 Collins ave., Miami
Beach, 5-9530; Malter's Meat &|
Poultry Market, 435 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach, 5-5583; Hoffman's
Meat A: Poultry Market, 415
Espanola way, Miami Beach,
5-3992; Florida National Kosher
Provision Co., 230 N. W. Fifth st.,
Miami, 3-4225.
Do not be misled by statements
of butchers or posters in stores
which might indicate proper
supervision. Phone your own
rabbi and he will advise you
where you can get the kosher
product for which you are paying.
GREATER MIAMI VAAD
HAKASHRUTH.
HAKItV S1RKIN.
President.
A. M. BEAR, ,,
Vice President.
H. SOOT IN.
Secretary'
S. LOBEI-.
Treasurer.
RABIN J. K- RACKOVSKV.
Director.
INCREASED ATTENDANCE AT YWHA SKETCH CLASS
The many artists, both amateur and professional, who
have recently joined the YMHA weekly Life Sketch group,
held every Monday evening, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., have found
the opportunity of working in many mediums, oil, water-
color, pastel, ink and charcoal, from professional life models
refreshing.
An informal studio atmosphere is maintained at all times,
ideas and suggestions are exchanged and current art trends
are discussed.
Long poses are alternated with rapid action sketches. Only
the most attractive professional girl life models pose on alter-
nate Mondays. Every other Monday well-muscled male life-
guards or professional boxers pose, to give variety and in-
terest to a well-balanced program. Shown in the above
photo is Male Model John DeNuccio, "Mr. Cincinnati. 1946,"
ith Artist Rose Wishinsky of Miami Beach in action.
AH art materials are furnished free by the YMHA and
locker space is also provided to store both materials and
paintings or drawings.
This Life Sketch class is under the supervision of George
Gray, internationally famous muralist. Gray criticizes and
helps beginners in this group stressing anatomy and figure
construction.
An exhibit of members' work is to be held in the near
future in Miami Beach.
The YMHA Life Sketch class is open to both "Y" members
and non-members alikeonly a nominal fee is charged to
cover model fees and expenses.
By RABBI J. E. RACKOVSKV
Director, Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth
All Passover products shall
have a "Hechsher" from an au-
thentic orthodox Rabbi; and the
'Hechsher" shall be part of the
original packing.
It is forbidden to eat fresh or
dry legumes or "Kitnios" (string
beans, green peas, lima beans,
etc.) during Passover week.
Use ONLY the matzo labeled
'for Passover Use." Be very
careful as there are matzos of
well-known brands which are for
chometz use.
Milk in bottles and other dairy
products having the endorsement
of the Greater Miami Vaad Haka-
shruth may be obtained from the
Land of Sun dairies. Their herds
will be not fed any chometz dur-
ing Passover and the milk will
have supervision from the time of
milking until after the sealing of
the bottles.
Tea and coffee sold by Fla-
mingo Coffee company is also
under the supervision of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
Cake for Passover must have
an endorsement of an authentic
orthodox Rabbi.
The latest time for eating cho-
metz is Friday, April 4, at 9:30
a.m. The latest time to dispose
of the chometz is Friday, April 4,
at 10:30 a.m. "Mechiras Cho-
metz" (selling chometz) may take
place the entire week until Fri-
day, April 4, 10 a.m. Attend to it
-arly.
A syum for the first-born will
take place at the various syna-
gogues at Friday morning serv-
ices, April 4. Further informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
2-7439 or 58-1521.
RUGUAY REVISED IMMIGRATION LAWS
HLL AID EUROPEAN REFUGEES. DP'S
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay
(JTA). The Uuguayan Goven-
fient has issued a new immigra-
on law which Jewish circles
|ere hope will facilitate the im-
Digration of refugees and dis-
placed persons. It goes into ef-
fect on June 7, 1947.
Residents of Uruguay may ap-
kly for immigration permits for
larcnts, children, spouses, broth-
ers and sisters. Applicants must
rove that they have a trade or
profession by which they can
uppoit themselves or independ-
ent means. Immigrants in the
latter category must have a mini-
mum of 10,000 Uruguayan pesos
[approximately $5,600) per per-
son. The amount necessary for
each person decreases as the size
of the family unit increases. For
the first three children under the
age of 15, no funds are necessary
and, for each child above three,
the parents must have an addi-
tional 500 pesos.
As a special incentive for agri-
cultural workers, immigrants
who are brought over by govern-
ment agencies or government-ap-
proved private bodies for colon-
ization purposes, are exempted
from the financial provisions ot
the law. Other provisions of the
act include standard require-
ments such as a health certifi-
cate, proof of former citizenship
status and identity documents.
Passover Greetings
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The Miami Beach Lodge of
B'nai B'rilh will meet on Tues-
day, April 1, at 8:15 p.m. in the
National hotel. Walter Kovner,
is president. Guest speaker for
the evening is Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, of the Miami Beach
Jewish center. Program ar-
rangements are in charge of
Harry Zuckernick.
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I!EAU1ARCH28,,


Berland Will Address
'Lox And Bagel' Brunch
Abel E. Borland will be prin-
cipal speaker at a Lox and Bagel
kickoff breakfast to launch the
1947 membership drive for Sho-
lcm lodge. Bnai B'rith, on Sun-
day at 10 a in., in the Rosedale
restaurant, 170 N. W. Fifth st.
Director of the civic service de-
partmenl of the Anti-Defamation
:, in Chicago. Mr. Borland
will discuss the work of ADL.
Members of the lodge will bring
cts to this brunch which
will feature a report on the gold-j
Menorah prizes
Jewish students ai the Uni-
versity of Miami and their par-
ents will attend a Passover
Seder at Hillel House Friday
evening. April 4. at 7 o'clock.
Tickets, at $2.00. are on sal* at
the University Book store.
A turkey dinner will be
served when members of the
Dux Club of the Miami YM&
WHA sponsor a mock seder
Sunday at 6 p.m. in the "Y."
Dancing will follow the serv-
ice. The price for the affair
has been set ai 25 cents for
teen-agers and $1.00 for par-
ents.
Discussion Seri *
A series of bi-monlhl
d.scuss.ons are being 1**
by Hillel lterf.ith ei,^
Pessin. cha.rman, reveal
discussions will be led Z *
amative* of various fai^*
M ~nt.Ue through^ H
Each speaker will sw-,1,'
PhUosoph.es of the.rSr*
-lated ^ the Hle, IS*
! program. The speakers foS'
[include Dr. Eddv a. *"*
I[Mohammedan, and Mr b'>
j Christian Scientist ^
Students at the University of Miami dance on their new patio at
Hillel House. The event marked the close of the drive to raise
funds for the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal.
D Phi E's Plan Project
For Irvington House
A national project in support
of the Irvington House Cardiac
sanitorium in New York will be
the subject of the meeting of
Theta alumnae of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority Tuesday evening.
8 o'clock, at the home of Natalie
Sandra Frankel. 1853 Washington
ave Miami Beach.
Mrs. George Gershon. presi-
dent of the alumnae group, will
explain the project and reveal
plans for a benefit games party
which will be held at the Raleigh
hotel on April 22 for local social
service agencies.
WINZ presents the Jewish
Variety Program, 9:30 a.m.. and
the Yiddish Theatre of the Air
at 10:30 a.m.. Sunday. The
latter will present as a special
feature. Yoshel Rosenblatt sing-
ing "Eli-Eli."
These Fivincj Ants" work year-
round at destroying the
wooden unaerstructjres of
buildings. Call Orkin for
Termite Control.
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COMPIIII "*". CONTROL
Seek Relatives In U.S.
The Uni in of Russian Jews has
received a number of messages
Russia, Poland and Soviet-
! occupied ti ril ry without ad-
es. Anyone knowing of the
j whereabouts of the following
ns is asked to communicate
with the Union of Russian Jews.
Inc.. 55 West 42nd St., New York
18. N Y.
Milman, Usher, son of Yankel.
message from sister-in-law. Ida
Kidina. daughter of Israel, of
Odessa: Smith. Yankel. son of
Leizer, from sister Zirel Nulman,
daughter of Leizer; Weinstock,
Klare, daughter of Semen, about
85 years old, from niece Luba
Padrul. daughter of Isaak.
Finder family, of Dumb:
Tarnov, from relative Alek-
sander Finder, of Krakow; Green.
Abo. previous name Grinker, of
Krotingen. Lithuania, used to live
in Dallas. Texas, from relative
Konstantin Untulits
Magasinick, Ilya. son of Ab-
ram, from sister, Menia Goldich;
Laub< rstein, Nechemie, of Pi/ed-
borz. Poland, from his brother,
Abraham; K fman or Kaufman.
Aron. son of Yakov, born 1887, a
pianist, had a music school, and
his wife, Ida Iodifovna. born
Gorodetskays, their sons Joseph
and Benjamin, from sister. Luba
Cutkins.
Fish, Nathan and Elie. used to
live in Houston. Texas, and hen
children Abe, Lena and Hilda,
from relative Samuel Finkler, of
Lwow; Reef, Aron and Pers, ol
Korenz, Poland. Aron born 1905.
lived in Pans until 1929. from
their brother Jizrok Reef: Godlas,
Boris, son of Yakov and his wife
Leika Wolfavns, born Goldshtein,
from brother of Lcike-Gersh
Goldstein; Kragen. M in Oak-
land, from nephew. Gerts Patz-
Papier, son of Shleime and Frume
Kats Papier, of Warsaw.
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Sntor vigoda
EoNCERT PROGRAM
JSTED BY KADIMAH
IA varied program of folklore,
Kgsical and traditional music
ts been arranged for the second
I47 concert sponsored by Ka-
r,,i, chapter of Pioneer Women
lnday at 8 30 p.m. at the Miami
,l. Senior High school. The
king of Cantor Samuel Vigoda
be the feature of the recital.
Id,] the musical direction of
Ess Ruth Brotman.
w of the foremost interpreters
. !,h folk songs, Cantor
., ,;.i has also writen many
ll-known hymns. He was, for
L,n years, associated with the
L\ Hungarian Congregation
Lb Zedek in New York, suc-
1,1,ng the late Cantor Joseph
fcenblatt.
'he liturgical music which
itor Vigoda will sing includes:
.1, |.....I" iKuii My Friend)
,h,. |>B(M)Ver s.-ivie, "Klbnno
T,, i.,,i,i .,r the Universe) and
('nils ii:.s Happened
.I from tin' Vom Klppur service,
v \i lamin" (I Helleve In Hu-
ll Messiah).
T, r hix versatility, lie will
H t ,,ii ,,f the "Heritor"
b) Mozart and will
Miss Brotman, Anyuta
,.\ hi tii. piano, in flngliiK th<-
i Caro" from "La
I, ,. V. i ill and "I>i Sun I'.u -
Tin K i The sun Octet Down
I ', Leo Law.
|i :- which lhi- cantor will
Y i lei Becher" (The Cup)
f ivrote the music In coJ-
ili uith Kiin;. B*l Dam Shale
IAI iliv Third Sabbath Meal)
rl Hi iii.-n" ci'he aiaaaea)
1: and "Oil fetter Welt"
llh. World to I'mnrl by Ooiinsky.
numbers, Cantor Vigoda
i'iini|ianlcd bj Joseph Bchrelb-
Ir. Schreibman and Miss Meli-
| will play two piano duos and
Brotman will sing "Alleluja"
ozart, Aria from LaBoheme
Puccini and "We Hoio Beachris
pmin" (It Shall Come to Pass)
dichael Gelbart to round out
program.
arold Shapiro, member of the
kd of Directors of the Miami
|ch Zionist district, was hon-
lal the regular weekly lunch-
[held ai the National hotel on
nesday. March 26. Dr. David
Undron. membership chair-
presided.
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Joseph M. Ro.e was selected
president last night when the
Miami Beach Jewish center held
its annual election meeting at the
center.
Other officers who will hold
office for the coming year are:
Isadore Goldberg, Harry Sirkin
and Alfred Stone, vice-presidents;
Samuel Friedland, treasurer;
Archie Brick, recording secretary]
and Oscar Mamber, financial sec-
retary.
The slate of board of directors
members who were voted on last
night includes: Daniel M. Broad,
Dr. Benjamin Coleman, William
Feuer, George Goldberg, Nat H.
Hankoff, Joseph M. Lipton, I. L.
Mintzer, Bernard Ordover, Julius
Rosenstein, Raymond Rubin, Phil
Salmon, Ed Singer and Ira Wal-
sey.
Square Dancing Feature
Square dancing will be fea-
tured at the regular monthly
dance, March 30, by the Emanon
club. The dance will begin at
9 p.m. and will be held at the
Miami YM&WHA, 1567 S W 5th
st.
Sam Kratish, president, has an-
nounced that refreshments will
be served. There is no charge
for admission and the affair is
open to the public.
Denver Home Group
Plans Dessert Card Party
The Greater Miami chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will hold a
dessert card party April 22 at
1 p.m. in the dining room of the
Shorecrest hotel. 1535 Collins ave.
This party is one of several
which are scheduled in honor of
Denver Month. Tickets at SI.00
may be obtained from Sara Feller
at 2-7555.
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Last Thursday, the Alton Road
hospital held its second Blood
Collection day. Every third
Thursday of each month, a mobile
unit of the Dade County Blood
bank will be at the hospital, 700
Alton rd., for this purpose.
Two months have passed since
the formal opening of the hos-
pital. During this period, ad-
vises Lester M. Barron, director,
the need for blood plasma has
been great and the hospital's
meager supply has been drawn
upon heavily.
Mr. Barron has asked for addi-
tional donors to augment the
dwindling supplies. Blood con-
tributions may be made by call-
ing the hospital, 5-6416.
Rabbi Michel's on WBAY
Director of Hillel Foundation.
University of Miami. Rabbi Al-
bert Michcls will be heard over
Station WBAY Sunday at 2:45
p.m. He will be guest speaker
on the rabbinical radio program
series sponsored by the Greater
Miami Rabbinical association.
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PAGE TEN
km si Hcridi^r
5iPAILMARCH28,i
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Zionist Trends:
A reorganization of the Amer-
ican branch of the Jewish Agency
will take place soon after Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver returns from Pales-
tine ... He advocated such a re-
organization at the plenary meet-
ing of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive in Jerusalem ... By the time
this is read, cables from Palestine
will have reported that the ses-
sion of the Zionist Actions com-
mittee, originally scheduled to
take place in Jerusalem thi-
month, has been postponed in-
definitely The internal strug-
gle over Dr. Weizmar.n's return
been accomplished by the con-
ference in publishing a 600-page
tract the attention of many who
are interested in the study o
Kabbalism and certain aspects g
Jewish history, the second wiuoe
J3 by those who have head
much about the Hasidjrn birf
never had a chance to truly grasP
spirit .. In Prt'sc"tingtn"
the English reading public me
Hasidi. legends, Prof. Buber is
opening the gates to the world 01
m a movement founded
by the Baal shorn Tov which
swept Eastern Europe in the 18th
century Remnants of tnis
nent were still strong
volume entitled "Nazi Germany's
War Against the Jews" The
publication date was timed for
the C of Eon ign Min-
isters in Moscow ... Its primary
aim is to bring to the attention ol p0iand before the Nazi occupa-
the leaders of the democratic and can even be found in
powers, as forcibly as possible, tj,e United States today The
the need for frank and outspoken i .||ook ls a ]iving monument to a
gnition of the German pco g group which fr
pie's guilt for Germany's crimes g vi.. yed an im-
nst th Jews This, thi ",,.,,, ,n Jewish life
leaders of the American nds are not merely
conference believe reflect the philosophv
tant as securing reparations : :i Many a reader
to leadership of the Zionist move- the Jews, since the world has a pressed by the preach-
ment has much to do with this ri emory The volumi th,. Hasidic leaders and
there! -,.,,. ,,f their many fol-
delegates at the Moscow parley lowers Schocken Books is
with the ho] ecuring th. service to con-
sertion in the text of thi v ,.. jews by
treaty with Germany such volumes of Jew-
ton of G nd i,ttle known phases
CMC CULLS FOR
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)The
establishment of a permanent
FEPC here with power to enforce
its decisions in the courts was
urged here this week at a plenary
session of the National Commu-
nity Relations Advisory Council,
attended by 80 delegates from six
major national and 20 local com-
munity relations organizations.
Judge David A. Rose of Boston,
reporting on the status of anti-
Semitism in this country, de-
clared that with the exception of
developments in the South anti-
Jewish activity were at a low
point during 1946. He stated that
the "hate press" throughout the
country suffered a drop in cir-
culation.
Henry Epstein of New York
was reelected chairman and Aaron
Droock of Detroit and h.
Kapkind of New Haven ^
elected vice chairmen. S **
the executive commm^
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise t?
Joseph M Proskauer'J*!
Monsky. Adnlph Held u
Schaffer and Maurice pj" I
INWA Plans Seder
The Jewish Nation Work-|
alliance will hold if third Z\
Seder in cooperation with all?
bor Zionist groups of Grai
rfo'te?' Pnl '' 3l the N3
The program will feibnJ
singing of IgoGutmanandii*
by Mr. David Wei them. A^
can Labor Zionist leader R*
Max Shapi-o will act as .
master.
postponement Incidentally,
more than $10,000 were spent to
send some of the American I
bers to the actions committee to
Jerusalem in anticipation of the
scheduled session ... A new pol-
icv regarding the ultimate solu- bringing death to milli ,, ., h ,.,,.v
tion of the Palestine problem has of Jews Th,. the m .st ---------------------
been deeded upon by the Amer- authentic record of Nazi crime Debate Winners
upon
ican Zionist leadership ... It pro
vides that no negotiations be held
with the British government on
the lor.g-range Zionist program
This actually means that the
question of the establishment of a
Jewish state in Palestine is to
remain open for the time being,
and that immigration will be the
main issue Zionist leaders in
nst Jew.- published so far .
Debate Winners Honored
Jules Greenstein and J'an
Mai >ns rur.ners-up in the
Streamlined History: city-v lei ate contest spon-
Two very important volumes red by Sholom Lodge of B'nai
have : ently beei publish re presented with gold
this country by Schocken Books statuettes in a special assembly
. One is "Major Trends in Jew- called Thursday at Miami Senior
ish Mysticism" by Gershom G. High school. Jerome Weinkle,
Scholem ... 1 Tales 1 debate chairman, and Sam Silver.
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America have reason to believe of the Hasidim" by Martha Buber president, made presentation
that the Palestine issue will be
raised in the House and Senate
foreign affairs committees when
the question of U.S. support to
Greece and Turkey is discussed
. Rumor has it I at the ZOA
may foster the formation of a
women's Zionist organization in
competition to Hadassah if the
latter continues to maintain a po-
litical policy contradictory to that
of the ZOA .

Community Affairs:
The American Jewish Con-
ference will be included in the
United Jewish Appeal in 1948
together with a number of
smaller Jewish organizations
... It can now be safely pre-
dicted that the conference will
become a permanent body ... A
decision to this effect was
adopted at a full-day session of
the Interim Committee this
week in New York There
pie only a few minor points
which remain to be ironed out
before the conversion of the
conference into a permanent
organization is announced .
Certain organizations which are
not yet in the ranks of the
American Jewish conference
will be approached soon to join
it on the basis of its now pro-
gram The new program will
include activity on the so-called
"domestic scene" where the
conference intends to act in an
advisory and coordinating ca-
pacity This year's conven-
tion of the conference will take
place In Washington in Septem-
ber, shortly before the opening
of the United Nations General
Assembly.
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fJenist nurktiari
PAGE ELEVEN
Commemoration of the 1943
Lssam- of the Warsaw Ghetto
tws who revolted against Hitler
fm'be held at a rally at City
[uditorium, Bayfront park, Sun-
Ly evening, April 27. It is
fanned that a group of organiza-
ons will sponsor the rally, and
he Greater Miami Provisional
Back Book committee will ar-
LngC a conference of these or-
Liizations.
|Tho rally will popularize the
Black Book," 560-page documen-
jry of the Nazi crimes against
Ec Jewish people. The material
bntaintd in this book was sub-
litttd to the United Nations War
times commission at Nuernberg
L] was widely used by Justice
ck.-un as evidence of the Nazi
limes.
I The provisional committee has
Iceived a letter of endorsement
cm the Bureau of Jewish educa-
n, in which Mr. A. P. Gannes,
jecutive director, has promised
le support of his group. Fed-
lation organizations are being
sited to enlist their participa-
nt),
|B. 1. Goldberg, Jewish writer,
bd s. Almazov, lecturer and
kecutive director of the National
lack Book committee, have
fired their acceptance to speak
J) the evening of the rally.
[Miss Miriam Baumel, secretary
the committee, has appealed
_r all organizations and individ-
Lls interested in working for the
lece-s of the rally to contact
|r. The address is the YM&
HA, 1 Lincoln rd.
IVJGUST BROS U\i
1 Is the BEST.'
Mrs. Tuttman and
Miss Melicov Honored
At Pratt Hospital
Citations were presented to
Mrs. L. Tuttman, a guest at the
Cadillac hotel and Miss Anyuta
Melicov, Miami Beach pianist,
last Saturday, March 22, by au-
thorities at the Pratt General
hospital for their efforts in ob-
taining 64 radios for the institu-
tion. The radios were gifts of
Mrs. Tuttman and guests at the
hotel.
Miss Melicov, who launched the
project, includes the Presidential
citation among the five she has
received.
The ceremony followed a mu-
sical program by Miss Melicov
and Mrs. Tuttman. Mrs. Tuttman
was host to 200 convalescents at
a reception following the cere-
monies.
Mrs. F. Ritter will entertain
members of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary of the Home for the
Aged at her home. 3011 Royal
Palm ave., at the regular meeting
of the board, April 2.
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(including 23 ft. railroad spur easement).
EVERY LOT is to have MAIN RAILROAD SPUR at its rear
lot line at no cost to purchaser.
To encourage manufacturers to come to North Miami, the
town has been requested to pass an ordinance to provide that
NO TAXES are to be assessed against any industrial building
for a period of three years, there being only nominal taxes
on the ground.
These lots are directly on the Florida East Coast Railway
and are but TWO BLOCKS from the Federal Highway (Route 1).
New streets and railroad sidings are now being laidall
utilities are available, and no assessments are to be made
against the purchasers for any of these improvements.
All lots are in one locality, which means that you can secure
a large tract if your plant requires it. If you should be inter-
ested in securing two or more lots together, we will upon advice
from you try to arrange to offer the tract desired in one block,
or offer one lot with the right to take the others if wanted.
Directions to property: Follow Federal Highway (Route 1)
to 125th Street, turn west 2 blocks to Florida East Coast Railroad.
Make your choice before the sale, then bid what you think
is the value to you when auctioned off.
TERMS ARRANGED
Brokers, you are invited to cooperate. Phone 7-2454 for
further information.
Sale Conducted on the Property for
It. HI. II.. lac.
By the
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500 N. E. 59TH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 78-1333
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Election Slate Submitted
By Denver Home Chapter
The election slate for 1947 has
been submitted to members of
the Greater Miami chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver, according to Ruth
Hertz, chairman of the committee.
The election will be held Tues-
day. April 1. at 1:30 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Irving H. Miller.
520 S. W. 22nd rd.
The suggested roster includes:
President. Irene Kirstein; first
vice president. Beverly Becker:
second vice president. Sara Fel-
ler: third vice president. Dorothy
i 1: recording secretary. Betty
Luby C>hen: corresponding sec-
retary, Rita Levine: financial sec-
retary. Elsie Leschel; treasurer.
May Luby, and auditor. Myrna
Bloom.
Those selected for the board
arc Myrtle Alexander. Iris Blum-
he: M.nv Burns. Natalie Crane.
Frieda Cohen. Frances Dubler.
Bernice Dubler. Bess Feller. Lil
Friedopfer. Rose Goudiss and
Rose Greenwald.
Qussie Michelson, Len.. Min-
koff. Irene Miller. Phyllis New-
man. Gisela Newlander. Edith
Pollack. Blanche Pearl. V
Rayvis, B Ros Liza Rawlson,
Sadie S;< Steinh.
Frieda Strelitz and Frieda Sube:-
man.
Sy'.\ in. Edith Sch-
weitzer Ann Tannen. Lola Tun-
\\'e:ss
Conference Presents Documents .
On Germany's War Against Jews
ii!ffift2%5&S2

ON U.e eve of the Moscow con-
nce on the German and
Vustiii treaties, the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference presented
an 650 page volume. "Nazi Ger-
many's War Against the J
to ic-infoice the Jewish case
iis tinst Gei many.
A--embled in one book are the
proposals of the Conference for
in the Peace Treaty
with Germany, together with
i very major document concerning
Nazi crimes against Jews as pre-
sented at the Nurnbcrg trials
Also included are excerpts from
it, speeches of the
.uting attorneys, and the
judgment of the court.
," -Life cannot be restored to the
six million Jews butchered by the
. says Henry Monsky, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith and Chairman
of the Interim Committee of the
Conference, in a fou-word to the
book, "but Jews who survived
must be assured peace and dignity
,i the victorious powers are to
succeed in building a better wo.ld
| for all peoplesbe they large or
'small, powerful or weak."
WANTED
Information is being sought of
Meyer Nathan Smith on behalf
of his wife, Dinah, and two minor
children who are in need of his
financial aid. He has not sent
mv funds for their support since
December. 1946. so that they are
in destitute circumstances and
ienendent upon the community
for aid. They are currently re-
siding in New York city. Meyer
Nathan Smith was born in the
I'nited States on December 13.
,896 He is 5 ft. 9 Mi in. tall
weighs 130 pounds, has reddish
hair, brown eyes, has a burn scar
,n his left arm, was a checker
,nd packer by occupation He is
aHeged to be in Florida. Anyone
Iware of his location is requested
J0 communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th
St., New York city.______
Rabbi Reviews Best Seller
Peace of Mind." by Joshua
Loth Liebman. will be reviewed
by Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom at the Spinoza forum
this afternoon at 3:30. The
forums are held on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 124 11th St.. Miami Beach.
On Tuesday evening the forum
will feature a lecture on atomic
energy by Mr. Charles H. Lee.
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold a membership meeting al
Temple Israel. Tuesday. April 8.
6 p.m. Judge Harold E. Spaet,
president, will preside.
Election To Feature
NCJW Report Meeting
tion : fficers is slati
:.:. port 1
Miai secti r Nati nal C luncil
1 Jewish Women, Wedm
\: .. t thi Ulantis hotel,
made.
Mi Edward L Cowen will
present a
TUomi
for Rest
I CONVAlESCEMd
^CmbomicGmi
Baker's Apothecary
Your Prescription Pharmacy
Diabetic Food* Delivery Service
1246 S. W. 22nd St., Coral Way
Phone 9-2836
i AEPhi Alumnae Us,
Newly-Elected OifiCer8
Alumnae association of a*.
EpsUon Phi soronty ^
ton of new of(icers **
March 20. at the ij^f
Harold Stone Mrs .* **
Grossberg was named dean
Other officers who *, '
With Mrs. Grcssberg are "J
Leonard Jacobson.sub-dean. 7
Jean Lehman, scribe Mrs n
Rifas, treasurer. Appoimiv^
fices Will be announced ,t l
regular monthly meet *
April.
Plans were formulated fot j
weekly joint luncheon betw*
the executive board of the acS:
members and the alumnae asT
ation. In addition, the alumni
have taken a block of ticket!
the fashion show "Model I'm
versity Miss" contest which |k
active sorority is holding al.
Lord Tarlcton hotel tomorrow
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Greyhound
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TRANSPORTATION
from Miami Eipress Service by
Red Adams Line from 218 N. E.
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TEL. 3-6661
Title Insurance
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hlDAY,
MARCH 28, 1947
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PAGE THIRTEEN
fiiuetay o$ SJizaJbeA Miami
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ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.,
i mi Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Canior Louis D. Feder.
Pp evening services at 6:00 p.m. Sabbath morning services
| Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Portion of the Week
| ,,'ediate services for teen-age youth at 9:00 under the super-
L n of 'I"' board of education. Junior congregation for children
l. mentary school age at 10:00 under the supervision of Mr. Max
,' a, of the faculty. Kiddush served to both junior groups by a
L'vrh pod committee. Bible study at 4:00 with Mrs. S. J. Freedman
t charge. Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver a traditional Passovei
IsserUtion at 5 p.m. Mincha at 6:00 followed by Shalos S'udos.
Iil.hi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Maariv
1700 Sunday School atl0:00 A model Seder will be presented
|v children of the religious school at 11:00 at which time the Ha-
[",(! ,h will bi' read and translated. Traditional songs and hymns
T,m' be sung and a quizz program will be held. Refreshments will
,v tin' Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president, heads
he hostesses. Parents are invited. Daily school from 3:15 to 7:00.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
the week. Daily services. 7 and 8 a.m.. followed by a class in
jm.ha Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish
Ls and customs. Laws of the Passover are being taught at the
I ervice.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W.
hh ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabbolas Shabbas, 6:15 p.m. Saturday service. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
|i;,u, : will deliver the address on Shabbos Hagado Drosha, which
t of Halachic Hagaddic elements with reference to Pass-
er. Student service. 10:45 a.m. Psalms will be read at 5:15 p.m.
Mlovvrd by Mincha at 6:00 p.m. and Shalos S'udos. A model Pass-
'.'.' 5( |i will be held Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Bes Hayled Monday
I F iday, 9 to 12 a.m. Daily services. 7 to 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami.
Bbbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches.
inter scries of late Friday evening services will be con-
luclcd this Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor
lamclus assisted by the choir, will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro and
L> president "f the congregation. Louis Heiman. will close the
L officially speaking on theme: "The Story Has Been Told."
|i and Mrs. Henry Seitlin will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat im-
JBdiately after the services in honor of their wedding anniversary
Id Mr and Mrs. Harry Shargaa will be donors of the floral offer-
in honor of their daughter Sarah's engagement. Spring series
[late Friday evening services will be instituted after the Passover
llidays for a period of two months if there are requests for such
fcrvice Sabbath services at 8:30. This Sabbath is called "Shabbos
bgodol." the great Sabbath preceding the Passover. During the
(vices, Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf, will become
Mitzva. Student services at 10:30 o'clock. The students' seder.
ensured by the Sisterhood under the direction of the chairman.
I: J, Hartz. will be held Sunday morning at 10:30.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
bach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
oan, executive director.
Kabbalas Shabbas service 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening ser-
Jccs. 8:15 p.m.. closing of the current season. Rabbi Lehrman will
leach on the subject "The Arrow Points at You." On the occa-
\n of the installation of the newly elected officers and directors
the Center Cantor Goldring wili chant the service assisted by
Center choir. Saturday morning service at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi
tirman will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the law." During
! sci vice. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Litowitz and David,
of Dr. and Mrs. B. Sussman, will become Bar Mitzva. Junior
bgregation service, 10:00 a.m. Mincha. 5:00 p.m. Shalos S'udos,
15 p.m. Daily services are held during the week at 8 a.m. and
15 p.m.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave Miami Beach, Rabbi
on Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak
Four Kinds of Jewish Leaders" in his pre-Passover sermon.
bath service, 10:45 a.m. Ronald Ansin will become Bar Mitzva
fing the service. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical por-
|is at all services.
REFORM
[TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
itman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. .
babbath evening service, 8:15 p.m. Isaac M. Wise Memorial
Pbatn in honor of the 128th anniversary of his birth. In observ-
' this Sabbath, Rabbi Martin Hinchin, Southern regional
fetor of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be
M? speaker. A Sisterhood Sabbath reception will follow the
Vice. Sabbath morning services 11:00 a.m.
J^MPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
obi David Raab.
A special Isaac Maver Wise service will take place this eve-
I at the evening service. 8:00 p.m. Isaac Mayer Wise was
Under of Reform Judaism in America and is one of the outstand-
organizers in this country. Rabbi Raab will conduct
rvice and preach the sermon on the subject: "Isaac Mayer
pe: Architect of American Judaism."
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
iu man. rabbi and executive director.
.ihui Kaufman will conduct religious services at 8:1a p.m.
"uth Sabbath." and the of Dr. Kaufman's sermon will be
>e Voice of Youth." The officers of the Young Adults group of
Unter will be guest speaker. The children's choir will sing
!n a l timc- Morning services 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at
' At noon there will be a Seder for the students of the Center
play school.
pbbi ,08pPh E. Rackovsky
>520 S. W. 5th St.
Phona 2-7439
S. J. FREEDMAN
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins 4 Wain. Aves.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
D"nSD nsio
Telephone 5-1017_____
TO START DRIVE
Plans were complete today for
the kick-off next Tuesday of the
annual fund-raising campaign by
the Dade County Field Army of
the American Cancer society, of
which Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson is
commander.
A ballyhoo wagon under super-
vis ion of Adolph Seerth will stage
sir.g-songs and speech appeals in
the business areas of county
municipalities during the April
campaign, during which the so-
ciety hopes to exceed its quota of
$35,000. Dade eountians last
year contributed 854,000, or more
than one-third of the total raised
in the state.
Of the 2,400 Floridians who
died of cancer during 1946. Mrs.
Epperson pointed out, from 800
to 1,200 could have been saved by
early diagnosis and proper treat-
ment. The cancer society main-
tains a year-around information
center at 936 Ingraham building
and carries on a continuous edu-
cational campaign. Contributions
may be mailed to American Can-
cer Society at that address.
West Flagler Derby
Running Closes Season
The stage is set for the annual
running of West Flagler's 1947
Derby, the richest derby in the
history of the track. Early elimi-
nation races were run off this
week, while Monday, two semi-
final races will be run to deter-
mine the eight finalists for the
championship race April 3. The
derby will feature West Flagler's
1947 closing Thursday.
The derby this year will be
worth $3500, the purse topping
that of any previous year by
$1500. Seventy-five per cent of
the amount will go to the win-
ners, while the other 25 per cent
will go to the dogs in the Derby
Consolation.
The crowds at West Flagler
this season have shown an in-
crease of 20 per cent over last
year.
Sholem Lodge Will Hold
'Movie Night Smoker'
In conjunction with the mem-
bership drive of Sholem lodge of
B'nai B'rith, plans are being com-
pleted for a "Membership Movie
Night and Smoker," to be held
April 15 at Kaplan Hall, Temple
Israel.
The program will include spe-
cial showing of early Charley
Chaplin pictures and some of the
highlights of championship prize
fights. The smoker will be free
to all members bringing a pros-
pect.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
In- undersigned, desiring lo engage In
li isines* under tin- fictitious name of
FLORIDA HOTEL SUPPLY (in., at
3'-139 Weal Flagler street. .Miami.
Fla intends to register said name
Aitii the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida.
II I EHRENS,
Sole Owner.
I 28 I 1-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BID'S CUT RATE, at MOO \\ Miami
Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister s.ii.i Main,, with the Clerk ol the
Circuit ' SIDNEY saks,
Bole Owner.
: 7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
'us.....-s under the fictitious name of
TOWKR CLEANERS, at 1420 s \V
Eighth Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
to register snid name with the Clerk
..r the i ii, ui, i ,, n i oi | ,;,(|(. County.
Plot Ida.
BENJAMIN BECK
\\ Al.l.V STE1NBERO
WARMAN .*. SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants,
: 14-21 28 I I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lo- on I.-: sign,-,!, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NYES DEPARTMENT STORE, at
OJus, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Comt of Dade County, Florida,
IRVING DAVID MDITCH
CECELIA CLARE NI DITCH
LEO ROSEN,
Attorney lor Applicants,
J 28 J.7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEE'S BAR, at 8701 N, W. 36th St.
Miami. Florida, intends to reglstei
aalri name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl "f Dado County. Florida.
SYLVESTER BTRINGER
! 28 i 7-1 1-21 28
NOTICE IS' HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TOWER FURNITURE, at 1422 S. W
Eighth Street. Miami. Florida, Intends
Ister said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Flo Ida
WINSTON GASREI.L FURNI-
TURE CO.. INC.
WARMAN X- SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicant.
; 7-14-21-28 4/4
notice IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
HADLEY BUILDING, at 12:. N. E
Uth Street. Miami. Fla., intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
EDWARD LAMPERT
MAE B. RIVKIND
ADA M. L1TSITZ
SAMMIE FEINSTEIN
ESTHER FEINSTEIN
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1UIII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 107824
LUIS GREIFF.
Plaintiff.
MINNIE ROBEL OREIFF,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MINNIE SOBEL GREIFF.
or MRS. MINNIE ROBEL.
"OS Lakevlew Avenue,
Clifton. New Jersey.
You -ire herehv 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. 1!H7: otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
The JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florida
PVTED this 3rd day of March. 194i.
B. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By ffM, W. STOCKING,
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
11 t>r. Congress Building,
Miami 82, Florida.
S/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN \ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19MS
In Re Estate of JOSEPH MILLER.
A K A JOSEPH GABBY MILLER
\ k \ Joseph GABBY, a'K'a joe
GABBY, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Against Raid
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of yoil msv have aeainst the
estate of JOSEPH MILLER. A.'K/A
rORKPH GABBY MILLER. A K" V
JOSTPH GABBY. \ K V JOE
GABBY. deceased. late of Dade
fjountv, Florida, to tie Hon. \V F
Rlanton. County Judge of Dade
Count v. and file the same In his of-
fice In the ComiiIv Courthouse In
Dole County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
flrsl publication hereof Raid claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will he barred. Ree Section
I in of the 19:13 Probate Act
Pate. March 84. VTV 1947
FRANK MILLER.
As Adminitrator of the estate of
JOSEPH MILLER. A K/A .TOR-
EPH GABBY MILLER. A/K/A
JOSEPH GABBY, A/K/A JOE
G\RRY. deceased
WARMAN SI L VET!.
Attorneys foi \dnnni-trator.
1 88 1/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRAPHIC APIS BUILDING, at 116-
118-120-122 N. E. Sixth St.. Miami,
Fla., intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRED K. 8HOCHET
ETHEL SHOCHET
3 :'l -28 I l-l I -is
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARK VIEW ISLAND, at B39 73rd
St., Miami Beach, Fla., intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
< Ircull Court of Dade County, Florida
LOUIS p( ISNER
ROSE POSNER
Lolls KENIN
trvcDc. ,, ,IIA"I-V MASLOW
\n ERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
30 Seybold Bldg.
Attorney* for Applicants.
1/14-21-28 4/4-11
NOI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I'" "uoi.-iMgiied. desiring to enga
U?Ai^"n'lf'; the fictitious name of
'osil.Ls DEPARTMENT STORE.
.. M sunset Drive. South Miami.
I ""Ida, Intends o register said name
,",' ','!" '""V'1' "" Clicull Court of
Dade < ountv, Florida
REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT
STORE, INC .
BILL L. PALL.yr.Fl0l'"la ''"' ""U"""-
Attorne) ror Applicant.
: 14-21-28 1/4-11
NoTI.'E IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desii Ing to engage In
"UHini is uiKiar the fictitious nai.....>f
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY
at tan, u. 27th Street, Miami, Fla.,
intend lo register said name with the.
Uer-K ,.r id,, circuit Courl of Dade
oiinty. Florida
ISAM' EMMER
JACK M. EMMER
Pel Itloners.
\H ERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
ah.,i neys for Petitioners,
I 14-21-28 I l-ll
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious n
SAVOY HOTEL, at 252 N W. Second
Miami, l lade i 'ounty, Florida,
intends tu register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
.ounty, Florida.
LILLIAN A. REI'-II
HARRY DIE I"/..
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg,
: ll-:'i-:'s i i : i
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslni ss under the fictitious name of
SUZI-BELLB, at i:.....n 295, Emory-
Kiddie Building, 3240 N, \v. 27th Ave.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BELLI; HERMANN
SYLVIA ROTHSTEIN
RAE GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicants,
i 7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GABLES MEDICAL LABORATORY,
it u:s Glralda Ave.. Coral Gables,
Fla intends to register said name
with the cierk of the Circuit Court of
i lade I 'ounl j. Florida.
IIAKoi.D GEORGE SHAPIRO.
Bole Owner.
8/21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING
CO. (not inc.). at I^L'n S. W. Bird
Road. Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of t|,o
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY GOTTLIEB
H. SIDNEY KESSELMAN
Equal Partners.
AMOS BENJAMIN.
Attorney.
2/28 3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE MAID ICE CREAM COMPANY.
at 204 N. tV. 11th Avenue, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Couny,
Florida.
HERBERT R. WII.ENSKY
THEODORE J SAKOWITZ,
Attorney for Herbert R. Wllensky,
I 28 8 7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
do undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DETROIT DELICATESSEN, ..t 228 W.
Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACOB KRASNER
MYERR. HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
3/7-14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiu
business under the fictitious name of
PAULETTE 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 BUSKIN,
Role Owner.
MYERR. HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/28 3-7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
BLOPPY .ii Mrs. at m Baal Flagler
St., Miami, Fla., intend to r
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Ceunty, Florida.
MAX BROOK
JACK GOULD
upward BOOAN
ar co-partner* ,i b i
SLOPPY JOES
Appih ants,
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
S/51-28 4/4-11-18



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J2iEAlMARCH28,i
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
(Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By phineas j. biron
Exodus by Air
Recently the newspapers have been deluged with full-page ad-
vertisements calling the attention of subscribers to the plight o
Jewish DPs, and offering to solve their problems if the rea< I will
send his or her contribution to the organization in question .
Among the more novel of such solutions is that proposed by the
Non-Sectarian Political Action Committee for Palestine ... At an
initial cost of ten million dollars this group will be able to place
their plan, "Exodus by Air," in operation Accord.ng to the
ads, "The operation will be divided into two categories: (a) planes
carrying women and children will be directed to secretly d
nated make-shift landing fields in Palestine: (b) planes carrying
ablcbodied men will be unloaded by parachute" Wi
informed that "one DC4, with seventy or more passengers
capable of making four round trips a day from a certain port in
Europe to Palestine. One way in less than two hours" We
don't know whether the PAC for Palestine is kidding itself or try-
ing to kid the public, but one thing should bo clear by now
It is that the problems of the DP's will not be solved by hair-
brained schemes to outwit the British arrmy, navy and airforce .
People who ask for your money to send Europe's Jews on the many
roads to Cyprus should be cold-shouldered At best the?
fools.
Orchids
To Lee Sabinson, producer of the musical hit "Finians K
bow" ... At a premiere of "The Chocolate Soldier" the other
night he persuaded a fellow ah Ut twici :e I i ap apol
for an anti-Semitic crack Leo reports bruised knuckles on his
"persuader" Toronto's Board of Polici C mn issi :
rates a bouquet They have insl amendment to the
licensing laws to forbid discrimination ns1 members of the
public on account of race, creed or color Action follows the
united protest of 20 religious and civic grou] ... And
the expose of racism in a Toronto ice rink in this column
weeks ago.
Pol Pourri
Shp of the tongue a- | I nt? Hi
mentaries yet from radio continental
the news of the day on thi X
ferred to "Foreign M nsl i Bevin" Tl
Meehan and George Sparc. I I a Scot
the fund drivi ( r a m w J' ish C I S;
for the Garment Center Congregation in New V : k Mai
Kratser of Toronto, who acted as HIAS din itish zone
of Germany before his returrn to Canada 11, will soon return
to Europe f;r HIAS .. ''.' r, popular WHN i
mentator, refers t< PHOOD-
NICKS That's a 1 with Ph D Bill.
Sports Notes
The Yankee stadium will plaj I to the Hapoel
of Palestine on May 4th They will meet an all-sti
made up of the best booters that the four professional soccer teams
of New York can put forward Rated high by soccer enthu-
the Hapoel athletes should be a real treat for American fans .
If they're as good as the old Maccabbees, who took our bottei
storm some years ago. they'll give the local all-stars a rough afti
noon.
Personalia
Leonard Bernstein, brilliant young composer-conductor, will set
out on a European concert tour on April 19th Buddy Rich,
popular orchestra leader, has temporarily disbanded his group to
go on the road with Norman Granz's unti-discrimination package
"Jazz at the Philharmonic" Buddy will reform his orchestra
in May Crown Prince Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia returns home
with lots of cloth purchased on New York's lower east side .
When he, or rather his retinue, get around to unpacking, they'll
find the fabrics have been wrapped in old issues of the four New
York Yiddish dailies: The Forward, The Morning Journal. The Day
and The Freiheit.
BBG's To Argue Debate
On Religious Education
The B'nai B'rith CJirls' groups
of Greater Miami will partic.p.'t'
in debate during the ,W'"\Z
April under the auspices of the
Rose chapter. Subject to
discussion is: Resolved: That
Religious Edu-
s M Be Introduced into the
Public Si S) tern.
Semi-finals will be held April
13 ana IT with finals taking place
the of April 2'i at the
National Hotel auditorium.
Rose chapter will present a
plaque to the winning team, to
in in their po session lor
one y<
Miss Hetty Ann Weintraub is
nan.
Sholem Lodge Officers,
Trustees Call Meeting
i ) i s
B'rith, will meet
10, in the
bold bldg..
sec-

will be concerned
June con-
ibership
. of plans
I nlhlj meetings
; :i ank drive
the di-
rection i Bn com-
mit!
Sholom Women Plan
Luncheon, Fashion Show
Major fund-raising event of the
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge will be a gala luncheon and
fashion show at the Alcazar Hotel
Roof garden, Monday noon.
Mrs. Milton Sachs, publicity
chairman, announces that mah-
jongg and cards will follow the
luncheon.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. Jean Silverman, chairman of
the entertainment committee, at
4-2956 and the members of her
group. Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Tina
Kate, Mrs. Hilda Seidler and
Mrs. Sachs.
Isen Named Co-chairman
Mr, Pave Isen, of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will
act as co-chairman with Al Pallot
of Sholom lodge on the commit-
tee now completing arrange-
ments for B'nai B'rith's annual
ict convention.
A special meeting of the
Board of Directors of the
YM&WHA of Miami has been
called for Sunday. 10:30 a.m., at
the "Y," according lo Max R.
Silver, chairman.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
will receive the proceeds of a
dance and entertainment which
the Temple Beth Sholom fratority
will present at the Municipal
pier, Miami Beach, April 19.
Tickets are now available from
members and will be sold al lhe
door.
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\\aad Hatzala Denies
[Mizrachi Bias Charge
NEW YORK (JTA).The Vaad
hatzala, orthodox Jewish relief
lorfianization, issued a statement
Idenying charges by the Mizrachi
Lrganization that it had discrimi-
|nated against Mizrachi members
or other segments of needy Jews
Iin Euiope when distributing re-
|lief raised jointly with the Miz-
Ijachi.
The Vaad Hatzala stated that
lit had no knowledge of the al-
leged discrimination against Miz-
Irachi members, which led the
llatter organization to withdraw
last week from the Vaad Hatzala
land launch its own appeal. It
|added that Mizrachi members
Iwere represented in all its activi-
ties and that the Vaad Hatzala is
Icontinuing to give aid to religious
| groups abroad irrespective of
|Agudah or Mizrachi affiliations.
I The statement urged the Miz-
[rachi to rejoin the Vaad Hatzala.
I New Zealand Joins IRO
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA).New
Zealand this week became the
112th nation to join the Interna-
I tional Refugee organization when
[Walter Nash, deputy prime min-
lister and leader of the New Zea-
land delegation to the Economic
and Social Council, signed the
I I.R.O. constitution.
New Zealand has been allotted
10.44 per cent of the $151,060,500
first year operational budget of
1 the I.R.O. Since Mr. Nash's sig-
I nature was without reservation,
I the New Zealand Government has
definitely committed itself to
contributing its share of $664,666.
The I.R.O. constitution will, by
its own provisions, come into
force when 15 states have uncon-
ditionally subscribed 75 per cent
of the first-year operational bud-
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Rabbi Solomon Klonitzki-
Kline, Hebrew writer, is spend-
ing a two-week vacation here.
Rabbi Kline is best known for
his "Treasures of Talmudieal In-
terpretations." published in 1939
and the more recent Lexicon of
Hebrew Homonyms, "Milon
Dikduki."
This lexicon is a novel presen-
tation of Hebrew grammar
through a study of an alphabetic-
ally arranged list of Biblical
words which differently derived,
have widely different meanings.
Rabbi Kline is at present pre-
paring a revised edition for pub-
lication.
British Will Reply To
Marshall Query Soon
LONDON (JTA).Britain cx-
pecta io reply shortly to Secre-
tary of State George C. Marshall's
request for further clarification of
its plars for submitting the Pales-
tine problem to the United Na-
tions, a foreign office spokesman
announced today.
The spokesman said that Brit-
ish officials have not yet de-
cided on a definite procedure. He
also stated that no date has been
set for formally handing over the
dispute to the UN. It is believed
that these decisions await the re-
sults of the scheduled discussion
between Marshall and Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin at the
Moscow Conerence.
British Jews Protest Forced
Baptism of Jewish Children
LONDON (JTA)A special
committee on baptism of the
board of deputies of British Jews
reported that 75 Jewish children
are still living with non-Jewish
families in England.
The board unanimously adopt-
ed an amendment to the icport
asking the appointment of a com-
mittee to press the government
for immediate return of the chil-
dren tto Jewish custody. The
committee was instructed to make
clear tot the government that the
board does not recognize the
validity of baptisms performed
under emergency conditions.
Dr. Wasman Opens Pet
Hospital On Miami Beach
Miami Beach dog and cat own-
ers now have complete facilities
for care of their pets right on the
Beach at the Miami Beach Ani-
mal hospital, recently opened at
1929 Purdy ave., by Dr. Stanley
Wasman.
The hospital, the first on Miami
Beach, offers every facility for
the diagnosis, treatment and care
of pets. Designed specifically as
a complete veterinary clinic, the
hospital has reception rooms,
surgery and x-ray, a modern
pharmacy and laboratory, exami-
nation and treatment room, bath-
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an exercise yard
Kennels have a capacity of 56
dog or cat patients and feature
constantly changing air, ultra
violet ray sterilization units, tem-
perature control and sanitary
drainage. The entire building is
soundproof.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Dr. Wasman attend-
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Alabama Polytechnic institute,
from which he received his de-
gree as doctor of veterinary medi-
cine. Before opening his new
hospital, he practiced in St. Pet-
ersburg and Miami. He is a
member of the South Florida
Veterinary society as well as the
American and Florida Veterinary
Medical associations. .
Workmen's Circle Branch
Celebrates Anniversary
The twentieth anniversary of
the Workmen's Circle, Branch
692, of Greater Miami, will be
celebrated at a banquet and con-
cert Sunday at 7 p.m. at the
Fleetwood hotel, 800 West ave.
A program of professional en-
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Reservations are available by
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Gruner Case Postponed
By British Tribunal
LONDON (JTA)The Privy
Council, highest appellate tri-
bunal in the British Empire, gave
counsel for Dov Gruner, con-
demned Palestine extremist, and
the attorneys for the Jerusalem
superintendent of prisons two
weeks to determine whether
there is any precedent in Pales-
tinian court practice to permit
his uncle, Frank Gruner, who
resides in New York, to be heard
before the Privy Council.
The council's judicial commit-
tee requested that counsel deter-
mine whether there were any
grounds for Frank Gruner to ap-
peal for his nephew before the
Palestine high court. If piece-
dent practice or law gave him
that right, the judicial committee
ruled, it would also be extended
to his appeal to the Privy Coun-
cil. The attorneys lor the Pales-
line government challenged the
older Gruner's right to appeal on
the basis that he was .1 foreign
citizen, residing outside of Pales-
tine, who iiad no connection with
the case except that he has a
nepheu who is a Palestinian citi-
zen.
Tel-Aviv Fire-Fighters
Get New York Equipment
The Tel Aviv volunteer fire de-
partment will receive some much-
needed new equipment in the
next few months through the
courtesy of the New York city
fire department, revealed Harvey
Rosen, deputy fire commissioner
in Manhattan, now vacationing at
the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Rosen has been instrumental in
assembling more than $250,000
worth of trucks, pumps, ladders
and hose in response to a request
by Tel Aviv officials. The equip-
ment, although outmoded for New
York, is satisfactory for a city the
size of Tel Aviv.
Beth David Synagogue
Adopts 1947 Budget
Mr. Louis Heiman, president,
announces that Congregation Beth
David has adopted a $44,570.00
budget for 1947, more than half
f which will be raised from dues.
The congregation intends to cease
.ill appeals for donations during
the High Holiday services.
Under a new amendment to the
by-laws, a graduated scale of
dues v. ill be prepared and sub-
mitted to members by the ad-
ministrative board, composed of
[5 officers and directors of the
synagogue, who will be advised
by a rating committee and an ad-
ministrative committee
Home For Aged Auxiliary
Reveals Card Party Plans
Mis S. Beck has been named
chairman for the card party
which will be given by the Mi-
ami Women's auxiliary of the
Jewish Horn.' for the Aged Sun-
day evening, 7:110. at Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Talmud Torah, 1545
S. W. Third St.
She will be assisted by Mrs. M.
Sheinberg Mrs M. Raff. Mrs. A.
M. Baer. Mis. W. Kovner, Mrs.
M. Shulman, Mrs. A. Karger, Mrs.
A. Sakowitz and Mrs. J. Zalis.
Tickets are now being sold by
committee members.
Shepard BroadTTnir"
Palestine Econolt*
thought and exP(Tj,. Zl0liit !
held Wednes,l.,vP,A2V'"l k
Miami Beach Jewish di al *!
P.m. Shepard Bri^'8* I
of the board of the Miam^"
Zionist district, u,n n **
cussion. ""- da-
Mr. Broad has chosen as ^
subject for his talk "F, "*
Potentialities of Palestine""^
series, under the chairnandJj
Jack Burns, is sponsorTb P,J
Bureau of Jewish Education ,
.he Miami Beach Zionist *
Cubans Honor Jewish Martyrs
HAVANA (JTA).A memoria
to the 6,000,000 Jewish war dead
in Europe was unveiled at the
Jewish cemetery here at a cere-
mony attended by several thou-
sand persons and cultural and
political leaders of the Jewish
community. A piece of soap
manufactured by the Nazis from
the corpses of murdered Jews was
(1 during the ceremony. All
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PAGE TWELVE h w isl FkridHian !" EAY_MA RCH28 Election Slate Submitted By Denver Home Chapter The election slate for 1947 has been submitted to members of the Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, according to Ruth Hertz, chairman of the committee. The election will be held Tuesday. April 1. at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Irving H. Miller. 520 S. W. 22nd rd. The suggested roster includes: President. Irene Kirstein; first vice president. Beverly Becker: second vice president. Sara Feller: third vice president. Dorothy i 1: recording secretary. Betty Luby C>hen: corresponding secretary, Rita Levine: financial secretary. Elsie Leschel; treasurer. May Luby, and auditor. Myrna Bloom. Those selected for the board arc Myrtle Alexander. Iris Blumhe: M.nv Burns. Natalie Crane. Frieda Cohen. Frances Dubler. Bernice Dubler. Bess Feller. Lil Friedopfer. Rose Goudiss and Rose Greenwald. Qussie Michelson, Len.. Minkoff. Irene Miller. Phyllis Newman. Gisela Newlander. Edith Pollack. Blanche Pearl. V Rayvis, B Ros Liza Rawlson, Sadie S;< Steinh. Frieda Strelitz and Frieda Sube:man. Sy'.\ in. Edith Schweitzer Ann Tannen. Lola Tun\\'e:ss Conference Presents Documents On Germany's War Against Jews £ii!ffi£ft2%5&S££2 O N U.e eve of the Moscow connce on the German and Vustiii treaties, the American Jewish Conference presented an 650 page volume. "Nazi Germany's War Against the J to ic-infoice the Jewish case iis tinst Gei many. A--embled in one book are the proposals of the Conference for in the Peace Treaty with Germany, together with i very major document concerning Nazi crimes against Jews as presented at the Nurnbcrg trials Also included are excerpts from it, speeches of the .uting attorneys, and the judgment of the court. ," -Life cannot be restored to the six million Jews butchered by the says Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith and Chairman of the Interim Committee of the Conference, in a fou-word to the book, "but Jews who survived must be assured peace and dignity ,i the victorious powers are to succeed in building a better wo.ld | for all peoples—be they large or 'small, powerful or weak." WANTED Information is being sought of Meyer Nathan Smith on behalf of his wife, Dinah, and two minor children who are in need of his financial aid. He has not sent mv funds for their support since December. 1946. so that they are in destitute circumstances and ienendent upon the community for aid. They are currently residing in New York city. Meyer Nathan Smith was born in the I'nited States on December 13. ,896 He is 5 ft. 9 Mi in. tall weighs 130 pounds, has reddish hair, brown eyes, has a burn scar ,n his left arm, was a checker ,nd packer by occupation He is aHeged to be in Florida. Anyone Iware of his location is requested J 0 communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th St., New York city. Rabbi Reviews Best Seller Peace of Mind." by Joshua Loth Liebman. will be reviewed by Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom at the Spinoza forum this afternoon at 3:30. The forums are held on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th St.. Miami Beach. On Tuesday evening the forum will feature a lecture on atomic energy by Mr. Charles H. Lee. Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a membership meeting al Temple Israel. Tuesday. April 8. 6 p.m. Judge Harold E. Spaet, president, will preside. 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LJDAY, MARCH 28, 1947 +Jenisti nor Mian PAGE THREE MIC! DEBUT T '1 for the kadame Elsa Fink Viennese Cnatic soprano, will appear tSS ,vening at the Miami Lh Hio sch o1 for the Com ; Imitv Concert scries, sponsored "he Miami Beach YM&WHA me. Fink will substitute Uph Fuchs. [ T his concert will mark Lerican debut of Mme. Fink, Iho arrived in this country only Te weeks ago. A student of ola Artot Dc Padilla, famous tench singer, she has been acjaimed by critics in all the largC cities in Europe. [When the Nazis came to power Fink, a German Jewess. las hounded by the Gestapo. ionstantly fleeing for her life. Tic spent the next few years hiden by the underground, smugJed oui of France with a false asspoit, and in concentration amps where she saw the comUete annihilation of her family nd her husband's family. Her nlv living relative is a sister in lew York. The artist was guest speaker at rednesday's report luncheon of he Combined Jewish Appeal's P47 campaign. After her release from a conentratior. camp, she toured refugee camp.in Switzerland, bringIg lie beauty of her voice to hose unfortunate persons. She gng more than 50 recitals for the tternees. It was only with the (id of the ORT that Mme. Fink tas able to gain entry into the United States. Ticket.-, foi tlie concert may be Ibtained at the Miami Beach W&WHA, 1 Lincoln rd. Reservations nmy be made by calling 1-5319. HEBREW ACADEMY REPORTS PROGRESS The Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, newly established Hebrew and English school, located at the Miami Beach YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln rd., reports that exceptional progress has been made since February 11, opening date of the school, according to Dr. David S. Andron, acting chairman of the board of directors. In addition to their regular secular work, the children are now undergoing general aptitude tests to be followed by IQ tests under the supervision of psychologists irom the University of Miami. The IB group is presently concentrating on a Passover project during Hebrew sessions. A kindergarten group, formed last Monday, meets from 9 a.m. to 12 noon daily in fully equipped surroundings. Age limits of this ;roup are 3'£ to 5 years. There s still a limited number of openings. Those interested in enroling children may contact the school any afternoon, Monday through Friday. Children already attending grade IB in public schools may transfer and full credit will be given. Members of the board of directors are: Treasurer, S. M. Grundwerg; co-treasurer, Sam Reinhard; A. M. Bear, Aaron S. Lauer, Nathan Ginsburg and Rabbi Norman N. Eller, executive secretary. THE CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN "CHALKS IT UP" HOC Children Conduct !odel Passover Seder Sunday morning, Miami Jewish Drthodox congregation will preent its youth groups in a model leder, Students participating include: flora Seltman, Sheila Karger. parbaia Pearl, Elliot Appelman, [ichael Stahl, Michael Stokals, tail Glasser, Bernard Biron, paula Sloan and Barry Geltner. Allen Honig will lead the Kid llu-h. June Moser, Richard pachs. Gaby Blumenthal, Norman pamse, Leonard Kessler, Marilyn Jrenncr and Malcolm Friedman fill present the asking of the our questions and portrayal of pie fou; seder personalities. Refreshments, symbolic of the fassover, will be served by memers of the Sisterhood. BETH TFILAH NAMES OFFICERS Shaye Jacobson will again serve as president of Beth Tfilah congregation following a recent election. Other officers are: First vice-president, Samuel Widelide; second vice-president, Manashe Stein; recording secretary and second Gabai, S. Hill; financial secretary, Joshua Rubin; treasurer, Israel Diamond, and first Gabai, Abraham Katz. Members who will serve on the board of directors are: Rabbi J. L. Andron, Dr. D. S. Andron, L. Bornstein, I. Feigenbaum, J. Ohl, I. Schachno, S. M. Grundwerg and J. Levitt. Mr. Diamond, Dr. Katz and Mr. Jacobson were appointed to the building committee. TOWN *Y' OFFERS 'SLIMNASTICS' Embarking on its own "battle of the bulge" the YM & YWHA of Miami announces that health club classes for women are now in progress every Monday and Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Limbering and reducing exercises conducted to music under the direction of Chuck Klein, Y athletic director, are attracting a wide response. An intramural Softball league I is now being formed under the | direction of Chuck Klein. Town "Y" athletic director. All those I interested in participating in the league are urged to get in ouch with the "Y" as soon as Possible so they may be placed onteams. The league will play on Sunday mornings. Mem?e"hip i n the "Y" is required p order to participate. AJC Women Hear Review Of Laura Hobson Novel Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review "Gentleman's Agreement" by Laura Z. Hobson this afternoon at 1:30 at the Miami Beach Jewish center. This review is the 10th in a series of reviews presented through the winter season by the Miami Beach Women's Division, American Jewish con-1 gress. This book review series, of which Mrs. Leonard Kimball 's chairman, is open to the public. Mrs. Kimball is assisted by the following committee: Mrs. Frank Weiss, co-chairman; Miss Clara Goldenb'erg, Mrs. Charles Grossman, Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, Mrs. Leonard Glickman and Mrs. Louis Glasser. CHAIRMAN STANLEY C. MYERS, 1947 CJA Chairman, keeps a close watch on campaign results. He is shown above making entries on the "scoreboard" at a workers' report rally at the Alcazar hotel. AMVETS CELEBRATE FIRST ANNIVERSARY First anniversary celebration of the AMVETS, Robert Richter Post 11 of Miami Beach will take place tomorrow evening, 8:30, in the Crystal Room of the Poinciana hotel, 1555 Collins avc. The affair will feature a buffet lunch, dancing and entertainment. The committee for the dance consists of AMVETS Mrs. Esther Levy and Miss Ann Katz. Auxiliary members who served are: Mrs. Phyllis Richter, Mrs. Estelle Radler, Mrs. Sadye Reiner, Mrs. Ruth Johansen, Mrs. Adrienne Eblowitz, Mrs. Shirley Goldberg and Mrs. Edith Levin. MIAMI T OFFERS DRAMA COURSE Techniques of acting, directing, make-up, set designing and construction will be included in the course of study of the Y Players >f the Miami YM & YWHA to be offered on Sunday mornings and Monday evenings by Miss Ruthe Pavenson, drama director at the Y. Open to all Y members, this course will be carried on in conjunction with the Little theatre of the Y so that students may put into action the theories and demonstrations of the class sessions. Miss Payenson. professionally interested in the theatre, received her master's degree from N. Y. U. in dramatics and has had several seasons of summer stock experience. A regular meeting of the Senior members of the Miami Hebrew school has been called for April 2, 8:30 p.m., at the YM&WHA. Matters of extreme importance will be discussed. Jennie Grossinger announces that the GROSSINGER PANCOAST will be open for the Passover HOLIDAYS SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD Inquiries Invited Telephone 5-6761 HAVE YOU HEARD about *"* iimiiim Long*, lolling b't< oppooring -c!on' -,•1 octuo'l,


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PAGE SIX 9. legist fhridi^r <+ RED CROSS P CAMPAIGN FULLS T OF Following an analysis made earlier this week of Dade county's American Red Cross fund campaign. H. H. H!yman, campaign chairman, revealed that less than 3 per cent of the residents of Dade county had contributed to this year's drive. At that time the Red Cross campaign goal of $301,000 stood at only 40 per cent attained after a month of canvassing. "In order to put the county over the top in the Red Cross drive. we need widespread support throughout the county." Hyman said. "Last year 40.000 individuals subscribed to the Red Cross appeal. This year, to date, we have received contributions from only 10,362 individuals of voting age. Hyman expressed hope that 80 per cent, or S250.000. will be reported at the campaign's second report meeting to take place today at the Hotel McAllister. SHOLOM LODGE AWARDS TROPHY JWV Brown Post (174) To Purchase Home Site A permanent site for the N man Bruce Brown Post. No. 1"4 of the Jewish War Veterans is being sought by members, Abe Goldberg, state commander. heads the committee which will purchase a lot in the Greatei Miami area to house activitii .f the group. Plans for pui '• beinc held in abeyance p> tiding thi expected public auction erties by the city. T:.> r. meets ev< I an fourth Monday at th.Ta Torah, 1545 S W, Third st. Marx Feinberg. Sholem lodge, B'nai B "'h program <*^ !" (left) and C. R. Jacobson. executive secretary (nghtl present Citizenship Award trophy to Mrs. Herberta Ann Leon^dy. debate coach of Ponce de Leon High school as contest winners Darryl McCall and George L. Strehlke. Jr., look on. The city-wide debate tournament, sponsored by the lodge, attracted more than 50 participants from six high schools and one parochial school. McCall. Strehlke and their coach will go to Washington. D. C. for one week as guests o B run B'rith and will visit sessions of Congress and speak with Florida Senators and Congressmen. The youth proiect was inaugurated as an annual competition by the lodges committee on public affairs. Hebrew School Students To Attend Model Seder Junior : Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, assisted by the Hebrew and Sunday school children, will perform a model Passover Seder Sundav at 11 a.m. at AMVET Club, 420 S. W. Eighth ave. Edward Siegel. president of the junior group, advises that Gardin Kleber will act as junior rabbi All participants have been coached by Rabbi Simon April. Mis D. Kleber will arrange the refreshments. BBG Chapter Holds Open House For New Members An open hi u : 1 ','.' %  %  • 1 lay by B ach Chapti I 1 B'nai B'rith young women at the home of Doris Hyman G ent; Mrs and Mrs E I Lcfkowitz. sp :. %  '.' ei %  • com* f BBG %  '.' %  %  % %  • % %  '. about nine I will Ix I lly in. 21. The regular weekly luncheon of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at the Downtown club today will feature a talk by Merton Levinson, member of the Citizens' Committee for Education. Traveling to Miami from West Palm Beach. Mr. Levinson will discuss "Florida Forward Through Education." The showing of the movie. "Israel Lives On." will be the feature at a special fund-raising project given by the Miami Beach Women's group of Mizrachi. on April 9 at Beth Jacob synagogue. Proceeds of the affair will be donated to the Child Rescue fund. Aged Home Fetes Oldest Resident At Open House Open house will be held at the Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. The occasion is the celebration of the 103rd birthday o! Meyer Katowitz, guest of the home. Mr. Katowitz, a Miami resident' for the past eight years, was born In Kovrov, Russia, in 1844. He came to this country at the age of 35 and spent most of his life in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was I a deputy sheriff. He has 12 children, 10 of whom are living. Jerome Weinkle, chairman of the Youth Division of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal, presents a trophy to Herb Goldfield of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, the student organization which raised the most money in the current campaign. Mr. Weinkle is pictured with Jean Fleischnan and Warren Supoviiz. student co-chairmen. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth Sholom. will participate in a round-table discussion Sunday evening at 8 p.m. in Bayfront park, opening the Florida State Conference of Social Work. He will join Father Paul Manning, Rev. Rex Wilkes and Rev. Joseph Barth in a discussion of "Brotherhood of Man." A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 V*3*S? V TCRMS S El BE RUNG ^7l*tS, TUBES ACCESSORIES 101 8. W. Fir* Street MS7 X. Miami Ave, MM N. W. 17th AT*. 815 Fifth Street Phono 3-5369 1840 Alton Hoed Phone 5-9724 HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn Store Full Line of 100"„ Wool Angora—Sport Yarn—Corde Mail Orders Filled Tailors' Supplies Laces—Buttons—Notions Spangles—Beads Rhinestones N. Y. Trimmings Store 502 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 9-4672 Cor. 5th St. Ne.t to Oade Pharm. Beth Jacob Children Conduct Seder Service A children's Seder will be presented by the Beth Jacob Sunday school on Sunday at 11 a.m. in the community building. The Hagaddah will be read and explained. In addition, there will be a •quiz program" and the singing of "songs of freedom." Passover foods will be supplied by the Sisterhood and will be served by a committee headed by Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president. "Foundation! for Better Communities" will be the subject of a talk by Rabbi Max Shapiro Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. April 1. at a P.-T.A. rally the Shenandoah Elementary school. Obituaries FISCHER Services for Herman Kiacher, 67, wore held Monday at Riverside Memortal chapel, Habhi Cilman Zwlti in officiating. Mr. FlHcher, who lived ith Ins ilHiiRhter, Mr*. Malvtne ..,v I SIOI Pine Tree dr.. died ,-• Friday night. A resident of Miami Beach wince 1934. he In survlved b) his daughter, his wife. Mr. rterthn Fischer; a grandson. Sterling I..1VI1H-; a brother and a sinter. A series of round tab u A* featuring Zionist Ej > i opened last week at then* •ty of Miami HilleiHo^ junction with the proerl j* Intercollegiate Zl0 S g ?ii of America. 'wiTatj, Scheduled weekly r.n T the first of these U"> conducted by Gerald* fi* executive field director v> Socoloff is chairman, ""* Through th. m**, J Raymond Rubin ^ ^ Seymour, the Jewish •*%  FundICouncilo^^S ha* been allocated offic, |Z •t 1632 PwuuylnS,;? Miami Beach. Room 22-A. HIMELFARB Frank Hlmelfttrb, SI, died Monday night at his home. 1578 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. He eatne from I'hiialeljinla ; i year .'ttfo ;md leaves hln life, Mrs Jean Himelfarb: a daughter, ,! %  ^ n. MY Weiner, and a son, Albert, ill of Miami Bench. The body was sent to Philadelphia by the Riverside Memorial chapel. LUBIN • 't l.uldn. 67, of 7027 S. W. nth t died Saturday. He leaves his Mrs I^-na I.ubin: four sons and > daughters. The body was apnt New Vork by Gordon Funeral hnriie COHEN The body of Thomas Cohen. T.3. Miami Reach visitor, who died Sunday, was nenl 10 Kanaka <"lt\ l>\ the Riverside Memorial chapel. CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "hi the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONV1LLE. 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 rx T?^ D ^ R ?r-,T PU B o L T : 11TH JUDICIAL riRrriVX* FOR DADE Orl-NTT UVV^ IN CHANCEHX fV a l FANNIE KITKKMATSILV* V8. """'HI LOUIS SILVER, THK STATK OF FI^ORml" 1 ^ TO: LOUIH SII.VKR *• SK* ?/ s s Coaaa. S144 Nleollet Avenue Minneapolis Minnesota You are hereby notified and itf-i Hi voice filed ixainat you In K* styled cause on or before h, nift of April. 1 4 ;. -.h.rwiw. il rtSl ions of .aid Bill of rompCS* 1*1 this Order he PUPM-ML..! week for four %  onwuMwTwiffl THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN 4 2* Kirida PU ""-'"" '" *05 ]g HATKI. this 27U, nav 0 j^j K. B. I.EATHERJIAX By WM. W. STOCKING SAM SII.VKR ^PUISClrt Solicitor for Plaintiff llOj Congri a Bid. Miami S2, Florldir' M^M^^MM^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence. Rood. Wetf Palm B No job too large or too email. Orer 50 years in ^^ai ^^ooiwi0w>aoi>i>*'



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HMMB MaHHB^nnSS • PAGE FOURTEEN *Jt*ist Fkridiiar J2iE A lMARCH28,i .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. (Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) BY PHINEAS J. BIRON Exodus by Air Recently the newspapers have been deluged with full-page advertisements calling the attention of subscribers to the plight o Jewish DPs, and offering to solve their problems if the rea< I will send his or her contribution to the organization in question Among the more novel of such solutions is that proposed by the Non-Sectarian Political Action Committee for Palestine ... At an initial cost of ten million dollars this group will be able to place their plan, "Exodus by Air," in operation Accord.ng to the ads, "The operation will be divided into two categories: (a) planes carrying women and children will be directed to secretly d nated make-shift landing fields in Palestine: (b) planes carrying ablcbodied men will be unloaded by parachute" Wi informed that "one DC4, with seventy or more passengers capable of making four round trips a day from a certain port in Europe to Palestine. One way in less than two hours" We don't know whether the PAC for Palestine is kidding itself or trying to kid the public, but one thing should bo clear by now It is that the problems of the DP's will not be solved by hairbrained schemes to outwit the British arrmy, navy and airforce People who ask for your money to send Europe's Jews on the many roads to Cyprus should be cold-shouldered At best the? fools. Orchids To Lee Sabinson, producer of the musical hit "Finians K bow" ... At a premiere of "The Chocolate Soldier" the other night he persuaded a fellow ah Ut twici :e I i ap apol for an anti-Semitic crack Leo reports bruised knuckles on his "persuader" Toronto's Board of Polici C mn issi : rates a bouquet They have insl amendment to the licensing laws to forbid discrimination ns1 members of the public on account of race, creed or color Action follows the united protest of 20 religious and civic grou] ... And the expose of racism in a Toronto ice rink in this column weeks ago. Pol Pourri Shp of the tongue a| I nt? Hi mentaries yet from radio continental the news of the day on thi X ferred to "Foreign M nsl i Bevin" Tl Meehan and George Sparc. I I a Scot the fund drivi ( r a m w J' % %  ish C I S; for the Garment Center Congregation in New V : k Mai Kratser of Toronto, who acted as HIAS din itish zone of Germany before his returrn to Canada 11, will soon return to Europe f;r HIAS .. '•'.' r, popular WHN i mentator, refers t< PHOODNICKS That's a 1 with Ph D Bill. Sports Notes The Yankee stadium will plaj I to the Hapoel of Palestine on May 4th They will meet an all-sti made up of the best booters that the four professional soccer teams of New York can put forward Rated high by soccer enthuthe Hapoel athletes should be a real treat for American fans If they're as good as the old Maccabbees, who took our bottei storm some years ago. they'll give the local all-stars a rough afti noon. Personalia Leonard Bernstein, brilliant young composer-conductor, will set out on a European concert tour on April 19th Buddy Rich, popular orchestra leader, has temporarily disbanded his group to go on the road with Norman Granz's unti-discrimination package "Jazz at the Philharmonic" Buddy will reform his orchestra in May Crown Prince Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia returns home with lots of cloth purchased on New York's lower east side When he, or rather his retinue, get around to unpacking, they'll find the fabrics have been wrapped in old issues of the four New York Yiddish dailies: The Forward, The Morning Journal. The Day and The Freiheit. BBG's To Argue Debate On Religious Education The B'nai B'rith CJirls' groups of Greater Miami will partic.p.'t' in debate during the ,W '"\Z April under the auspices of the Rose chapter. Subject to discussion is: Resolved: That Religious Edus M Be Introduced into the Public Si S) tern. Semi-finals will be held April 13 ana IT with finals taking place the of April 2'i at the National Hotel auditorium. Rose chapter will present a plaque to the winning team, to in in their po session lor one y< Miss Hetty Ann Weintraub is %  nan. Sholem Lodge Officers, Trustees Call Meeting i )• %  i s B'rith, will meet 10, in the bold bldg.. sec%  • %  will be concerned June conibership of plans I nlhlj meetings ; • :i ank drive the direction i Bn commit! Sholom Women Plan Luncheon, Fashion Show Major fund-raising event of the B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge will be a gala luncheon and fashion show at the Alcazar Hotel Roof garden, Monday noon. Mrs. Milton Sachs, publicity chairman, announces that mahjongg and cards will follow the luncheon. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Jean Silverman, chairman of the entertainment committee, at 4-2956 and the members of her group. Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Tina Kate, Mrs. Hilda Seidler and Mrs. Sachs. Isen Named Co-chairman Mr, Pave Isen, of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will act as co-chairman with Al Pallot of Sholom lodge on the committee now completing arrangements for B'nai B'rith's annual ict convention. A special meeting of the Board of Directors of the YM&WHA of Miami has been called for Sunday. 10:30 a.m., at the "Y," according lo Max R. Silver, chairman. The Combined Jewish Appeal will receive the proceeds of a dance and entertainment which the Temple Beth Sholom fratority will present at the Municipal pier, Miami Beach, April 19. Tickets are now available from members and will be sold al lhe door. Life Insurance Eltatei Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life ln. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 [-710 S. W 12th AV. MIAMI-i Lffl. 3 3431_A "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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PAGE TWO 'k*lstncrldten_ Linksman's Married At Candlelight Ceremony ceremony eonuctedby Rabbi Irving Lehrman personally Speaking Miss Judith Wolpert. a gradu-!N. Y.; Sam Dinnerstein. also of ducte J a J y j^,,,, u ate of Miami Senior High [ Swans Lake, and Jack dinnerun „ed Miss Mitzi Blumenfeld and school, added to her impressive stein, of Los Angeles, in addiMr Samue] H Linksman March array of achievements when.tion to Mr. and Mrs. Harry fi .,, tlu National hotel. Mrs. she participated recently in a Dinnerstein. Linksman. the daughter of Mrs Wellesley college dance group 1 Reverend Joseph Malek has p ea rl Blumenfeld, wore a gown production, Blue Duckin's. Miss just returned from New York Wolpert, a sophomore, is the where he conducted the serdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. vices for the Bar Mitzva of his George Wolpert, 1776 S. W.' nephew, Ronald Silverman. He 16th ave. She is publicity also officiated at the Bris of his chairman of the Wellesley grandson, Allen, son of Mr. and chapter of United World FedMrs. Irving Cooperman. eralists, staff member of Forum, Among Northern visitors debating group; reporter for the stopping at the Casa Marina Wellesley News, member of hotebin Key West are Mr. and the verse speaking choir and a Mrs. Harry Cohen, East Orange,' class executive. She recently N. J.; A. L. Englander Shaker won freshman honors in recog-1 Heights. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. A. nition of her outstanding acaA. Aronovitch, Winnipeg, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Earl RosenY., and demic work. Open house in honor of their 38th wedding anniversary took place last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman. The event was a double celebration, marking the sixth anniversary of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen. Pictures of the Peretzmans and their 12 grandchildren were taken at the lawn party. Congratulations were received from friends and relatives in all parts of the country. Young men who will become Bar Mitzva tomorrow include Ronald Ansin, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ansin, at Temple Beth Sholom; Leon Lann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lann, Miami Beach Jewish Center; and Burton Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf, at Congregation Beth David. Mr. and Mrs. Selig Chernow, formerly of St. Paul and White Bear Lake, Minn., are recent arrivals in Miami to make their thai, Chappaqua, N. Mrs. Lee Greenbaum, New York City. Mrs. Ida Breman of Leechburg, Pa., has been joined by her daughter, Mrs. Meyer Braun, for a six-week visit at the Royal Palm hotel, where Mrs. Breman is spendinq the winter. A donation of S400.00 to be used in aiding the children in Palestine was presented by Mrs. Daniel Brown. The funds were raised at a musical program given for guests of the Kenmore hotel last Sunday. Martha Redding and Sylvia Triste supplied the entertainment. Dabij Parace Robert Sanford, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Berke, was born March 15 Ellen, daughi ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 'Cohen, arrived March 11 iMark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pinsky, March 9 Frederic Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glickstein, March 6 Carol Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winter Judy Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Malchick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon j have returned from a business trip to Atlanta Mrs. Natalie Goldstein of Bethlehem, Pa., ,,, w hite satin trimmed with and her two children are spendbridal beads and a tiara of pearls ing the winter with her mother, holding her fingertip length veil. Mrs. Moses Pallot. The gown was designed by her Having received his discharge :: home at 88 N. W. 35th ave. | after 19 months with the Army, „ Mr Linksman. son of Mr. and Accompanying them are their; Solomon Singer, 19-year-old son M,s ., N nrr ^ Linksman was rerf J „J n^^ ( i cntly discharged from the Army. sons, Bernard and Ben. o{ Mr. and Mrs. Max S.nger. is hM ? ng t)u : mk |>f fust ]]( uU n Harry Dinnerstein, owner of %  now studying at the University | ant Hl h ld served ove rseas. the Ritz Plaza hotel, Miami, of Miami Mr. Jerome SilBeach, his sister and four verstein, brother of Mrs. Harvey brothers are enjoying their first, Fleishman, visited Miami refamily reunion in more than | cently on his way to South seven years. The group inAmerica where he will open a eludes Mrs. Albert Blum and | branch of his exporting busiher husband from Los Angeles; ness. Myra Eilweiss, teacher in the Washington Irving High school Mr and Mrs. Dave Dinnerstein, Flushing, L. Li Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dinnerstein, Swans Lake, % Sundum fesfaotti MARCH SPECIALS LEATHER DESK ACCESSORIES SET, includes desk blotter pad (about 14 x 14 inches) roll blotter, ink stand and letter opener. Brown, maroon and blue. Set $4-95 DESK PENS AND ONYX BASES. New Diamond Point pens and bases. Beautiful black fountain pen with gold color trim and white onyx bases. Pen about 8 inches long. Set $L95 INITIALED STATIONERY. White, ivory, pink or blue. Folded sheets, some boxes have note paper, too. With 2 or 3 initials. Allow two weeks for delivery. Box $1 MIAMI STORK, STATIONERY, SECOND FLOOR Attendants to the bride were ".: 1 nstein, her sister. matron of honor; Marilyn Gclfand. maid of he .nor; Avens Bluld, Mildred Siegel. Mrs. Ruth Feuei and Mrs Pearl Weinsti :n, bridesmaids Mr. Louis rd was Mr. Linksman's best man and the ushers were Irving .'. R -1 nstein and Phil in New York City, is visiting her 7 j udv Kazer and cousin, Lucille Barton ... Mr. Linda Linksman were flower girls and Mrs. Harry Spivack, gave and the page boy was Mark a farewell party for Mr. and Linksman Mrs. Nat Sudock of Philadelphia. I wish to thank all my friends for their concern and kind expressions during my recent illness. Very gratefully, NATHAN ADELMAN undred guests attended I ng 1 eception, after le and bridegroom foui -week hi ineymoon V >i k Upon their return ie in Miami Beach. WANTED POSITION AS DIETICIAN OR TUTOR MiUdlely, college graduate, wiihes inent position m desirh home. Can superI >-ts for diabetics, obetity %  %  1 successful with Children Will live in. Write Mrg. x. care of Jewish Flondian, Box 2973. Mum, 18. Florida. DR. S. KREISLER DENTIST Announces the Opening of His Office for the General Practice of Dentistry 1575 Washington Avenue PHONE 58-9590 Miami Beach ZISSEN, FINKELSTEIN MARRIAGE REVEALED The marriage of Miss Sara Zissen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Zissen, 4560 Royal Palm ave., to Mr. Jacob M. Finkelstein took place Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. Mr. Finkelstein is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Law school. At present he is promotion manager for the Storm King corporation. After a short motor trip the couple will reside in Dayton, Ohio. Ruth Brenner Engaged To Miami Resident No date has been set for the wedding of Miss Ruth Brenner to Mr. S. Robbins, son of Mrs. Esther Rubitsky of 818 S. W. 2nd St., whose engagement was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Brenner of Pittsburgh. Mr. Robbins, formerly of Milwaukee, Wis., attended the University of Wisconsin and served four years as a staff sergeant with the Army Air Corps. He is now residing with his mother. Dr. BEN MILLER (U. S. Navy Dental Corps—19444) ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES FOR THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Lincoln Building 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone 5-9805EVENING HOURS itnccLn L "• CMD.IXKID | TOUUN I Aim co*,omomiom V.' COtO'TIftlDlf 0?CN 11 45 A M RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS:' —xf.-u-in rnLOLHIS: SAMUEL VIGODA World Famous Cantor In Concert of Liturgical Hym Classic and Folklore MncirH ym Assisting Artists—An' ns, SKS -N^--^L^-^h P ran,sts \ .n.„, ^niuu HtscUE FUND European SPONSORED BY KADIMAH CHAPTER T ":kets priced at J1.50. plus •; Fed 't Washington Radio. 657 Washtnnc.,_.._ PIONEER WOMEN •ix. For Sale At "h'ton Selma's Cosmetic Shop, 1,47 w March 30th — 8:30 P M At MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. 1 14th and Drexel AT THREE %  THEATRES The Man Who Tamed Gilda I Still Playing for Keeps! GLENN FORD JANIS CARTER BARRY SULLIVAN "FRAMED" EDGAR BUCHANAN JIM BANNON ^ B p C u 1 "va i'y bafaj coach hods trophies on T the Miami YW & YWH. •iiy basketball team £ •on. The large trophy U t the YMCA Central u* championship in which £ team won over all compehtJ o come out first. The Z B Gold Ball playoffs. Beach T Clubs To Complete In TournamJ Five groups of the YM & WHll of Miami Bench will compet. J the George Bertman trophy |l the Third Annual Dramatic to| nament which will be held Aril 2 at 8 p.m. at the Y. 1 Lincoln*! Clubs participating areOvertl Social club. B'nai B'rith WD(J,I B'nai B'rith Girls, B'nai ffriil JEMS and AZA Royal Palm. Many A SimpU Jewish Dish Becomes A "Balabusta's Meichel" When You Add An Exciting Dash Of Two Of HEINZ 57 Sauce-Worrt


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JIDAY. MARCH 28, 1947 fJenist nurktiari PAGE ELEVEN Commemoration of the 1943 Lssamof the Warsaw Ghetto tws who revolted against Hitler fm'be held at a rally at City [uditorium, Bayfront park, SunLy evening, April 27. It is fanned that a group of organizaons will sponsor the rally, and he Greater Miami Provisional Back Book committee will arL n g C a conference of these orLiizations. |Tho rally will popularize the Black Book," 560-page documenjry of the Nazi crimes against Ec Jewish people. The material bntaintd in this book was sublitttd to the United Nations War times commission at Nuernberg L] w as widely used by Justice %  ck.-un as evidence of the Nazi limes. I The provisional committee has Iceived a letter of endorsement cm the Bureau of Jewish educa£n, in which Mr. A. P. Gannes, jecutive director, has promised le support of his group. Fedlation organizations are being sited to enlist their participant), |B. 1. Goldberg, Jewish writer, bd s. Almazov, lecturer and kecutive director of the National lack Book committee, have fired their acceptance to speak J) the evening of the rally. [Miss Miriam Baumel, secretary the committee, has appealed _r all organizations and individLls interested in working for the lece-s of the rally to contact |r. The address is the YM& HA, 1 Lincoln rd. IVJGUST BROS U\i 1 Is the BEST.' Mrs. Tuttman and Miss Melicov Honored At Pratt Hospital Citations were presented to Mrs. L. Tuttman, a guest at the Cadillac hotel and Miss Anyuta Melicov, Miami Beach pianist, last Saturday, March 22, by authorities at the Pratt General hospital for their efforts in obtaining 64 radios for the institution. The radios were gifts of Mrs. Tuttman and guests at the hotel. Miss Melicov, who launched the project, includes the Presidential citation among the five she has received. The ceremony followed a musical program by Miss Melicov and Mrs. Tuttman. Mrs. Tuttman was host to 200 convalescents at a reception following the ceremonies. Mrs. F. Ritter will entertain members of the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary of the Home for the Aged at her home. 3011 Royal Palm ave., at the regular meeting of the board, April 2. CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE ... 75c Plut Botile Deposit' PHONE 2-4128 Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera I See Many Varieties of Rare Trees OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY = SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW = FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE READ u The Chiropractic Battle Waxes Hotter" In The READER'S SCOPE APRIL ISSUE BUY YOUR COPY NOW LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL *2*ar Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN. Prtiidwrf AUCTION SALE North Miami Industrial Subdivision LOCATED AT N. E. 14TH AVE. AND N. E. 129TH ST.. IN TOWN OF NORTH MIAMI ONLY 2 BLOCKS FROM FEDERAL HIGHWAY Sat., March 29,1947 2:00 p. m. Rain or Shine (TENT ON PROPERTY) 59 choice industrial sites most of which are 50 ft. by 139 ft. (including 23 ft. railroad spur easement). EVERY LOT is to have MAIN RAILROAD SPUR at its rear lot line at no cost to purchaser. To encourage manufacturers to come to North Miami, the town has been requested to pass an ordinance to provide that NO TAXES are to be assessed against any industrial building for a period of three years, there being only nominal taxes on the ground. These lots are directly on the Florida East Coast Railway and are but TWO BLOCKS from the Federal Highway (Route 1). New streets and railroad sidings are now being laid—all utilities are available, and no assessments are to be made against the purchasers for any of these improvements. All lots are in one locality, which means that you can secure a large tract if your plant requires it. If you should be interested in securing two or more lots together, we will upon advice from you try to arrange to offer the tract desired in one block, or offer one lot with the right to take the others if wanted. Directions to property: Follow Federal Highway (Route 1) to 125th Street, turn west 2 blocks to Florida East Coast Railroad. Make your choice before the sale, then bid what you think is the value to you when auctioned off. TERMS ARRANGED Brokers, you are invited to cooperate. Phone 7-2454 for further information. Sale Conducted on the Property for It. HI. II.. lac. By the Newton C. Smith Land Auction Co. 500 N. E. 59TH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 78-1333 Selling Agents — Registered Real Estate Broker WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE



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PAGE SIXTEEN vjenistncrldton 1i %  \ \t I Gruner Case Postponed By British Tribunal LONDON (JTA)—The Privy Council, highest appellate tribunal in the British Empire, gave counsel for Dov Gruner, condemned Palestine extremist, and the attorneys for the Jerusalem superintendent of prisons two weeks to determine whether there is any precedent in Palestinian court practice to permit his uncle, Frank Gruner, who resides in New York, to be heard before the Privy Council. The council's judicial committee requested that counsel determine whether there were any grounds for Frank Gruner to appeal for his nephew before the Palestine high court. If piecedent practice or law gave him that right, the judicial committee ruled, it would also be extended to his appeal to the Privy Council. The attorneys lor the Palesline government challenged the older Gruner's right to appeal on the basis that he was .1 foreign citizen, residing outside of Palestine, who iiad no connection with the case except that he has a nepheu who is a Palestinian citizen. Tel-Aviv Fire-Fighters Get New York Equipment The Tel Aviv volunteer fire department will receive some muchneeded new equipment in the next few months through the courtesy of the New York city fire department, revealed Harvey Rosen, deputy fire commissioner in Manhattan, now vacationing at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Rosen has been instrumental in assembling more than $250,000 worth of trucks, pumps, ladders and hose in response to a request by Tel Aviv officials. The equipment, although outmoded for New York, is satisfactory for a city the size of Tel Aviv. Beth David Synagogue Adopts 1947 Budget Mr. Louis Heiman, president, announces that Congregation Beth David has adopted a $44,570.00 budget for 1947, more than half „f which will be raised from dues. The congregation intends to cease .ill appeals for donations during the High Holiday services. Under a new amendment to the by-laws, a graduated scale of dues v. ill be prepared and submitted to members by the administrative board, composed of [5 officers and directors of the synagogue, who will be advised by a rating committee and an administrative committee Home For Aged Auxiliary Reveals Card Party Plans Mis S. Beck has been named chairman for the card party which will be given by the Miami Women's auxiliary of the Jewish Horn.' for the Aged Sunday evening, 7:110. at Miami Jewish Orthodox Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third St. She will be assisted by Mrs. M. Sheinberg Mrs M. Raff. Mrs. A. M. Baer. Mis. W. Kovner, Mrs. M. Shulman, Mrs. A. Karger, Mrs. A. Sakowitz and Mrs. J. Zalis. Tickets are now being sold by committee members. Shepard BroadTTnir" Palestine Econolt* thought and ex P(T j,. Zl0l iit held Wednes,l., v P, A2V'"l k Miami Beach Jewish di al *• P.m. Shepard Bri^' 8 I of the board of the Miam^" Zionist district, u,n n ** cussion. ""daMr. Broad has chosen as ^ subject for his talk "F, "* Potentialities of Palestine""^ series, under the chairnandJj Jack Burns, is sponsorTb P ,J Bureau of Jewish Education .he Miami Beach Zionist £* Cubans Honor Jewish Martyrs HAVANA (JTA).—A memoria to the 6,000,000 Jewish war dead in Europe was unveiled at the Jewish cemetery here at a ceremony attended by several thousand persons and cultural and political leaders of the Jewish community. A piece of soap manufactured by the Nazis from the corpses of murdered Jews was (1 during the ceremony. All Jewish-owned businesses Were closed during the meeting. f;


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PAGE EIGHT + k*lstfk>rldteri I!E A U1ARCH28,, Berland Will Address 'Lox And Bagel' Brunch Abel E. Borland will be principal speaker at a Lox and Bagel kickoff breakfast to launch the 1947 membership drive for Sholcm lodge. Bnai B'rith, on Sunday at 10 a in., in the Rosedale restaurant, 170 N. W. Fifth st. Director of the civic service departmenl of the Anti-Defamation :, in Chicago. Mr. Borland will discuss the work of ADL. Members of the lodge will bring cts to this brunch which will feature a report on the gold-j Menorah prizes Jewish students ai the University of Miami and their parents will attend a Passover Seder at Hillel House Friday evening. April 4. at 7 o'clock. Tickets, at $2.00. are on sal* at the University Book store. A turkey dinner will be served when members of the Dux Club of the Miami YM& WHA sponsor a mock seder Sunday at 6 p.m. in the "Y." Dancing will follow the service. The price for the affair has been set ai 25 cents for teen-agers and $1.00 for parents. Discussion Seri A series of bimonlhl d.scuss.ons are being 1** by Hillel l„ te rf. ith ei,^ Pessin. cha.rman, reveal discussions will be led Z %  amative* of vari ous fai ^* %  M ~nt.„ U e through^ H Each speaker will sw-,1,' PhUosoph.es of the.rSr* lated ^ the H„le, IS* program. The speakers foS' [include Dr. Eddv A. *"* I[Mohammedan, and Mr B'> j Christian Scientist ^ Students at the University of Miami dance on their new patio at Hillel House. The event marked the close of the drive to raise funds for the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal. D Phi E's Plan Project For Irvington House A national project in support of the Irvington House Cardiac sanitorium in New York will be the subject of the meeting of Theta alumnae of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority Tuesday evening. 8 o'clock, at the home of Natalie Sandra Frankel. 1853 Washington ave Miami Beach. Mrs. George Gershon. president of the alumnae group, will explain the project and reveal plans for a benefit games party which will be held at the Raleigh hotel on April 22 for local social service agencies. WINZ presents the Jewish Variety Program, 9:30 a.m.. and the Yiddish Theatre of the Air at 10:30 a.m.. Sunday. The latter will present as a special feature. Yoshel Rosenblatt singing "Eli-Eli." These Fivincj Ants" work yearround at destroying the wooden unaerstructjres of buildings. Call Orkin for Termite Control. 5 YEAR BONDED GUARANTEE free Inspection! and (ilimaiti Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. COMPIIII "*". CONTROL Seek Relatives In U.S. The Uni in of Russian Jews has received a number of messages Russia, Poland and Soviet! occupied ti ril ry without ades. Anyone knowing of the j whereabouts of the following ns is asked to communicate with the Union of Russian Jews. Inc.. 55 West 42nd St., New York 18. N Y. Milman, Usher, son of Yankel. message from sister-in-law. Ida Kidina. daughter of Israel, of Odessa: Smith. Yankel. son of Leizer, from sister Zirel Nulman, daughter of Leizer; Weinstock, Klare, daughter of Semen, about 85 years old, from niece Luba Padrul. daughter of Isaak. Finder family, of Dumb: Tarnov, from relative Aleksander Finder, of Krakow; Green. Abo. previous name Grinker, of Krotingen. Lithuania, used to live in Dallas. Texas, from relative Konstantin Untulits Magasinick, Ilya. son of Abram, from sister, Menia Goldich; Laub< rstein, Nechemie, of Pi/edborz. Poland, from his brother, Abraham; K fman or Kaufman. Aron. son of Yakov, born 1887, a pianist, had a music school, and his wife, Ida Iodifovna. born Gorodetskays, their sons Joseph and Benjamin, from sister. Luba Cutkins. Fish, Nathan and Elie. used to live in Houston. Texas, and hen children Abe, Lena and Hilda, from relative Samuel Finkler, of Lwow; Reef, Aron and Pers, ol Korenz, Poland. Aron born 1905. lived in Pans until 1929. from their brother Jizrok Reef: Godlas, Boris, son of Yakov and his wife Leika Wolfavns, born Goldshtein, from brother of Lcike-Gersh Goldstein; Kragen. M in Oakland, from nephew. Gerts PatzPapier, son of Shleime and Frume Kats Papier, of Warsaw. 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 rh .EO i :isi:\sn:i\ • /w^ Phone 5 7668 W '" G VB Prompt Personal Attention to All Your ^irrrREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitefish-Pike-I arp FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries, Inc. 360 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONES—3-5514—3-5515—3-5516 LAND 0' SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products MILK IN CONTAINER Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHHUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director BOTTLED AND CANNED MILK Under the Supervision of th GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRU5 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskr Congregation Beth Tfilah. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS M or order from route salesman



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1IDAY, MARCH 28. 1947 ** fonii^ll Ilk a ii.ffii tin PAGE NINE SNTOR VIGODA EoNCERT PROGRAM JSTED BY KADIMAH IA varied program of folklore, Kgsical and traditional music t s been arranged for the second I47 concert sponsored by Kar,,i, chapter of Pioneer Women lnday at 8 30 p.m. at the Miami ,„l. Senior High school. The king of Cantor Samuel Vigoda be the feature of the recital. Id,] the musical direction of Ess Ruth Brotman. w of the foremost interpreters !,h folk songs, Cantor ., ,;.i has also writen many ll-known hymns. He was, for L, n years, associated with the L\ Hungarian Congregation Lb Zedek in New York, suc1,1, n g the late Cantor Joseph fcenblatt. 'he liturgical music which itor Vigoda will sing includes: .1, | I" IKUII My Friend) h ,. |>„B(M)Ver s.-ivie, "Klbnno T,, i.,,i,i .,r the Universe) and „„•• ('nils ii:.s Happened •.I from tin' Vom Klppur service, v \i lamin" (I Helleve In Hull Messiah). T, r hix versatility, lie will H t ,,II ,,f the "Heritor" b) Mozart and will Miss Brotman, Anyuta ,.\ HI tii. piano, in flngliiK th<%  i Caro" from "La I, ,. V. i ill and "I>i Sun I'.u Tin K i The sun Octet Down I ', Leo Law. |i :which lhicantor will Y i lei Becher" (The Cup) f ivrote the music In coJili uith Kiin;. B*l Dam Shale IAI iliv Third Sabbath Meal) rl Hi iii.-n" ci'he aiaaaea) 1: and "Oil fetter Welt" llh. World to I'mnrl by Ooiinsky. numbers, Cantor Vigoda i'iini|ianlcd bj Joseph BchrelbIr. Schreibman and Miss Meli| will play two piano duos and Brotman will sing "Alleluja" ozart, Aria from LaBoheme Puccini and "We Hoio Beachris pmin" (It Shall Come to Pass) dichael Gelbart to round out %  program. arold Shapiro, member of the kd of Directors of the Miami |ch Zionist district, was honlal the regular weekly lunch[held ai the National hotel on nesday. March 26. Dr. David Undron. membership chair• presided. i Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Rose Chosen President Of Beach Jewish Center Joseph M. Ro.e was selected president last night when the Miami Beach Jewish center held its annual election meeting at the center. Other officers who will hold office for the coming year are: Isadore Goldberg, Harry Sirkin and Alfred Stone, vice-presidents; Samuel Friedland, treasurer; Archie Brick, recording secretary] and Oscar Mamber, financial secretary. The slate of board of directors members who were voted on last night includes: Daniel M. Broad, Dr. Benjamin Coleman, William Feuer, George Goldberg, Nat H. Hankoff, Joseph M. Lipton, I. L. Mintzer, Bernard Ordover, Julius Rosenstein, Raymond Rubin, Phil Salmon, Ed Singer and Ira Walsey. Square Dancing Feature Square dancing will be featured at the regular monthly dance, March 30, by the Emanon club. The dance will begin at 9 p.m. and will be held at the Miami YM&WHA, 1567 S W 5th st. Sam Kratish, president, has announced that refreshments will be served. There is no charge for admission and the affair is open to the public. Denver Home Group Plans Dessert Card Party The Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will hold a dessert card party April 22 at 1 p.m. in the dining room of the Shorecrest hotel. 1535 Collins ave. This party is one of several which are scheduled in honor of Denver Month. Tickets at SI.00 may be obtained from Sara Feller at 2-7555. w li.ifLll iiiiiM IIIIIII Hill % % %  in Hill |lllll| II lllllll 7M Ihiillfllllmiriflli. Beach Hospital Holds Blood Collection Day Last Thursday, the Alton Road hospital held its second Blood Collection day. Every third Thursday of each month, a mobile unit of the Dade County Blood bank will be at the hospital, 700 Alton rd., for this purpose. Two months have passed since the formal opening of the hospital. During this period, advises Lester M. Barron, director, the need for blood plasma has been great and the hospital's meager supply has been drawn upon heavily. Mr. Barron has asked for additional donors to augment the dwindling supplies. Blood contributions may be made by calling the hospital, 5-6416. Rabbi Michel's on WBAY Director of Hillel Foundation. University of Miami. Rabbi Albert Michcls will be heard over Station WBAY Sunday at 2:45 p.m. He will be guest speaker on the rabbinical radio program series sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. 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FRIDA Y. MARCH 28, 1947 *JewJ ill norkttui PAGE THIRTEEN \\aad Hatzala Denies [Mizrachi Bias Charge NE W YORK (JTA).—The Vaad hatzala, orthodox Jewish relief lorfianization, issued a statement Idenying charges by the Mizrachi L r ganization that it had discrimi| na ted against Mizrachi members %  or other segments of needy Jews Iin Euiope when distributing re|l ie f raised jointly with the MizIjachi. The Vaad Hatzala stated that lit had no knowledge of the alleged discrimination against MizIrachi members, which led the llatter organization to withdraw %  last week from the Vaad Hatzala land launch its own appeal. It |added that Mizrachi members Iwere represented in all its activities and that the Vaad Hatzala is Icontinuing to give aid to religious | groups abroad irrespective of |Agudah or Mizrachi affiliations. I The statement urged the Miz[rachi to rejoin the Vaad Hatzala. I New Zealand Joins IRO LAKE SUCCESS (JTA).—New Zealand this week became the 112th nation to join the InternaI tional Refugee organization when [Walter Nash, deputy prime minlister and leader of the New Zealand delegation to the Economic and Social Council, signed the I I.R.O. constitution. New Zealand has been allotted 10.44 per cent of the $151,060,500 first year operational budget of 1 the I.R.O. Since Mr. Nash's sigI nature was without reservation, I the New Zealand Government has definitely committed itself to contributing its share of $664,666. The I.R.O. constitution will, by its own provisions, come into force when 15 states have unconditionally subscribed 75 per cent of the first-year operational budget. HAVANA 57 50 %  %  up ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT 1750 m w up plus Tax For Immediate Reservations Wylly's Tours — Phone — 514 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS Hebrew Writer Vacationing In Miami Rabbi Solomon KlonitzkiKline, Hebrew writer, is spending a two-week vacation here. Rabbi Kline is best known for his "Treasures of Talmudieal Interpretations." published in 1939 and the more recent Lexicon of Hebrew Homonyms, "Milon Dikduki." This lexicon is a novel presentation of Hebrew grammar through a study of an alphabetically arranged list of Biblical words which differently derived, have widely different meanings. Rabbi Kline is at present preparing a revised edition for publication. British Will Reply To Marshall Query Soon LONDON (JTA).—Britain cxpecta io reply shortly to Secretary of State George C. Marshall's request for further clarification of its plars for submitting the Palestine problem to the United Nations, a foreign office spokesman announced today. The spokesman said that British officials have not yet decided on a definite procedure. He also stated that no date has been set for formally handing over the dispute to the UN. It is believed that these decisions await the results of the scheduled discussion between Marshall and Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin at the Moscow Conerence. British Jews Protest Forced Baptism of Jewish Children LONDON (JTA)—A special committee on baptism of the board of deputies of British Jews reported that 75 Jewish children are still living with non-Jewish families in England. The board unanimously adopted an amendment to the icport asking the appointment of a committee to press the government for immediate return of the children tto Jewish custody. The committee was instructed to make clear tot the government that the board does not recognize the validity of baptisms performed under emergency conditions. Dr. Wasman Opens Pet Hospital On Miami Beach Miami Beach dog and cat owners now have complete facilities for care of their pets right on the Beach at the Miami Beach Animal hospital, recently opened at 1929 Purdy ave., by Dr. Stanley Wasman. The hospital, the first on Miami Beach, offers every facility for the diagnosis, treatment and care of pets. Designed specifically as a complete veterinary clinic, the hospital has reception rooms, surgery and x-ray, a modern pharmacy and laboratory, examination and treatment room, bathing facilities, kitchen and even an exercise yard Kennels have a capacity of 56 dog or cat patients and feature constantly changing air, ultra violet ray sterilization units, temperature control and sanitary drainage. The entire building is soundproof. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Dr. Wasman attended the University of Miami and Alabama Polytechnic institute, from which he received his degree as doctor of veterinary medicine. Before opening his new hospital, he practiced in St. Petersburg and Miami. He is a member of the South Florida Veterinary society as well as the American and Florida Veterinary Medical associations. Workmen's Circle Branch Celebrates Anniversary The twentieth anniversary of the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, of Greater Miami, will be celebrated at a banquet and concert Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Fleetwood hotel, 800 West ave. A program of professional entertainment will be presented. Reservations are available by phoning Mrs. Leon Elkin and Mrs. Sam Katz—5-1317 or 58-2984. BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 34924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. 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tewiytUEIIiOjpidPiaun Com&i>n^£THE JEWISH UN lT71 3THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^ME 20-NUMBER 13 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS und Raising Campaign Extended As igures Reveal Total Falls 40% Short New contributions totaling $72,18 enabled the 1947 Combined bwish Appeal to hit the $782,820 nark Wednesday at the fifth in series of report luncheons. At the same time, Stanley C. Ifvcrs. campaign chairman, announced that the drive for funds Luuld be extended through April ID to allow time to solicit prosbeets as yet uncontacted. While the total raised to date more than $50,000 in excess of ast year's quota, it represents barely more than 60 per cent of he 1947 goal. The intensity of tie campaign will be increased luring the next two weeks with i pin-point solicitation of the enlire Jewish community. The decision to extend the Irive, endorsed unanimously by Jampaign workers, was made folowing a motion by Sam Lachban. co-chairman of the hotel Jivision, at Wednesday's lunchon at the Alcazar roof. "We cannot stop now," LachIman said. "We muct fulfill lour obligations here and abroad. I We must complete the task to I which we dedicated ourselves [earlier this year." A spontaneous burst of applause bllowed Lachman's motion and he move for extension was approved bj acclamation. Individual and firm pledges to he appeal total 4,658, the mairity coming from the trades nit. In this group of which Ned lall and Herbert Scher are coIhairnii'ii. gifts have been made >y 1,465 business and professional nen in Greater Miami. Gifts otal $422,136, by far the largest ft any o[ the campaign divisions. A breakdown of contributions )y divisions follows: Special assignment, 23 pledges i>r $12,166; winter residents, 65 (ledges for $41,375; hotels, 321 [ledges for $208,710; women's gift livision. 1.032 for $71,355; metro'litan unit. 1,351 for $25,284; louth division, 401 pledges for 1.794, and trades unit, 1,465 Ik'dgcs for $422,136. CHAIRMAN CALLS FOR INTENSE EFFORT "Because many projects still have not been approached for their contributions, the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal has been extended until April 15. "The drive was originally scheduled to close Wednesday. March 26. However, total contributions as of this date are Just short of $800,000. While this figure exceeds last year's goal, and is almost as much as was raised in 1946, it is $500,000 under the 1947 quota of $1,309,741 asked for by the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which includes the allocation of $900,000 to the United Jewish Appeal as this community's share of the $170,000,000 national goal, the greatest in history. "It is imperative that we fulfill the obligation we owe to our local agencies serving the Greater Miami Jewish community, the thousands of Jews abroad, in Palestine and in other lands. "An intense campaign will be conducted within the next few days. Many of those who have already given will be asked to give again, and all who have not given will be urged to make contributions for as much as they can as soon as possible. "We firmly intend to meet the quota we have sef for ourselves. If we can do it within the next week, fine. But it will be done, even if we have to continue this campaign up to the hour of midnight, Dec. 31, 1947." STANLEY C. MYERS. Racial, Religious Hatred Outlawed SOFIA (JTA).—Outlawing of racial and religious hatred and guarantees of freedom of religion have been incorporated into the draft of the new Bulgarian constitution, which is being written by a special parliamentary commission, it was learned this week. Article 61 of the draft states that propaganda aimed at spreading racial, national or religious hatred shall be punishable under the law. All citizens shall be free to "define their national origin." Article 69 provides that all national minorities shall be given the right to study in their mother tongue and develop their national culture. APPEALS MADE TO MEMBER NATIONS LAKE SUCCESS (JTAh—An appeal for speedy action in joining the International Refugee organization was this week forwarded to all members of the United Nations who have not already done so by Secretary-General Trygve Lie. The appeal, to which Mr. Lie is lending his personal support, was drafted by the Preparatory Commission of the IRO during its recent Geneva meeting. DP's In US Zone Call On Big Four To End Camps MUNICH (JTA)—Displaced Jews throughout the American zone of Germany today held mass meetings to protest their plight and to call on the Moscow conference of foreign ministers to take effective action to remove their grievances. The meetings were called by the Jewish Central committee of Germany, which designated the day a "protest holiday." The Jews in nearly 100 communities, camps and DP centers ratified a four-point resolution drawn up by the central committee. It urged: 1. Liquidation of the displaced camps for Jews. 2. Placing the Jews under international protection rather than making them dependent upon the Germany economy. 3. Opening the gates of Palestine. 4. Restitution of Jewish property and reparations and indemnification. A central committee spokesman declared that the resolution was "in no way a criticism of the American Army." In Munich some 6,000 displaced Jews met and unanimously adopted the resolution. Speakers of all political parties agreed that immigration to Palestine was the only possible solution for the Jews in Germany. Col. George Scithers, liaison officer attached to the central committee, and a number of other Allied personnel, were present. AJG WILL MEET IN WASHINGTON FOR P NEW YORK—The fourth session of the American Jewish conference will be held in Washington on the Labor day week-end and delegates will act on proposals for the establishment of a permanent over-all organization to succeed the conference, it was announced this week. This program was approved by the interim committee of the conference at an all-day session at the Hotel Biltmore, New York, March 18, during which the committee voted provisional acceptance of a report of its committee on future organization, outlining the scope and purpose of the new organization, and the principles of its structure and operation. The report, submitted by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, chairman of the committee, was debated for more than seven hours. Most of the proposals were accepted, but a number of minor provisions having to do with procedure and not with principle, were sent back to the committee for further study with instructions to submit the report to the interim committee in final form within 30 days. At that time, it is planned to make the proposals public. The committee on future organization was authorized to begin negotiations with national organizations looking to their adherence to the new organization, on the basis of the preliminary report. The decision to hold the fourth session of the conference in September was based on the fact that it is believed that the committee will have concluded its negotiations with the national bodies and representative community organizations by that time. Moreover, (Continued on page 4) ritish Officials Fly or London Conclave LONDON (JTA)—Palestine High Commissioner Sir Alan G. unningham and Maj. Gen. Gordon H. A. MacMillan, British mmander-in-chief in the Holy Land, arrived here this week te r a hurried flight from Jerusalem arousing speculation that British government was contemplating a new move in the "•plicated Palestine situation. The spokesman reiterated that tat!!? 0 !!! 8 f f Ce s P kesman in Britain hoped that the problem cated that the question of law „. „_ ho ,, N ld Wder in Palestine would be would be taken Up u b y the U *' F-Ussed, but added that it was at the earliest possible moment. He added that the government pl.v unlikely that the matter nereased Jewish immigration come up. Some quarters ought that the two top British %  Wv '" Pale stine had been fed here to obtain their views • ne projected referral of the ''f'" lssut to the United Nabut this view was scouted '"cgn office spokesman, ..., s der cd that their visit gat that Britain is trying to the UN bV ther meanS still has an open mind on the procedure for consideration of the question: either establishment of a fact-finding committee, convening of a special session of the general assembly or waiting for the next scheduled meeting of the assembly in September. (Reports circulating at Lake Success said that U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie has cooled towards his proposal for (Contirrtied on page 7) Jewish Agency Names U.S. Representative JERUSALEM (JTA). The Jewish Agency this week named a seven-man delegation to present the Zionist case at the United Nations when the question of Palestine is placed before that body. Concluding a full-week session here, the agency authorized the six members residing in the United States—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Moshe Shertok. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Rabbi Wolf Gold, Hayim Greenberg and Mrs. Rose Halperin, and Dr. Nahum Greenberg — to speak for it at the UN. Each of the seven will assume responsibility for a different sphere of activity. The meeting decided to con5^sSlj3tfai Of Action For Plea To UN JERUSALEM (JTA^-The Jewish Agency will go before the United Nations with demands for a Jewish state and unlimited immigration into Palestine, but will not close the door to other solutions "which would safeguard Jewish rights," it was revealed with the release of the resolutions adopted at the week-long agency meeting which concluded last Sunday. The following resolutions in connection with action by the U.N. were adopted: 1. The agency will submit to the U.N. and to its member states the program adopted by the last Zionist congress. 2. It will insist on full implementation of the Mandate as long as the British remain the rulers of Palestine. 3. The agency will be willing to explore other solutions safeguarding the rights of the Jewish people to free immigration and largescale settlement, and ensuring the establishment of a Jewish state, without committing the movement in advance to their acceptance. Declaring that the moment the Jewish Agency Maps Plan York or Jerusalem. It appropriated $28,000,000 for the agency's activities in the coming fiscal year. Federation Will Get Unclaimed Property BUCHAREST (JTA). — Unclaimed Jewish property now stored in Rumanian customs warehouses will be turned over to the Federation of Jewish communities, it was announced by a spokesman for the Justice Ministry. The property consists of furs, furniture and other personal household items illegally seized by the anti-Semitic regimes from Jews who fled the country during the war years. The property will be sold and the proceeds will be used by the Federation for its relief and rehabilitation program. The position of Rumanian Jews who returned from Soviet territory is still precarious, although the Ministry of the Interior has instructed local authorities to exempt them from registration as aliens and to treat them as citizens in all respects. Legislature Approves Bill ing New York State sanction to the released-time program of religious instruction already in operation in the schools in New York City and other communities was among the scores of bills approved yesterday at the closing session of the legislature. The measure, which goes into effect on July 2. 1947, allows pupils to absent themselves to take religious instruction. Palestine problem is placed before the United Nations it no longer remains an issue between the Jews and Britain, but becomes international, the agency statement said it will make every effort to defend the rights of the Jewish people recognized by the Mandate and insist on the establishment of a Palestine regime ensuring their implementation. It will seek to expose the mandatory's violation of its obliga(Continued on Page 4)



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PAGE FOUR *Jeislifk>ridllav raPAY.MMQn, Editorial FACE THE FACTS Let's face the facts. The progress of the Combined Jewish Appeal, as far as the Greater Miami area is concerned, is not what it should be. Agency To Ask Jewish State In Plea To UN (Continued from Page 1) Why? Dozens of valid reasons are forthcoming. People are fed up on drives, tired of giving and the workers exhausted from efforts expended in other campaigns. The destitute and shattered remnant of Jewish life abroad is also fed up, tired and exhausted—but in a different way. Satiated with their persecution and tired of their destitution, those remaining Jews are exhausted from their battle—our 44 ? the Zionist Actions committee. battle—for survival. ,, which will meet in May. So much for the emotional aspects of our humanitarian Reviewing he general poliiundertaking. ical situation, the statement Let's get practical. We have acquired a formidable task in said that the Zionisi movement seeking to raise our goal of SI, 309,000. This staggering sum is confronted at presem with has proven discouraging and seemingly out of reach to many the following three b.c facts: workers in a community that will not recognize failure. 1The Mandatory Government has not swerved rom its deterThis total exceeds all previous guotas by a huge sum but mination 0 ma n tain the White as huge as the figure is, its attainment is not out of reach. Paper, except for slight modifiThe last report meeting of the campaign on Wednesday dis-; cations which do not change its closed that 600 of last year's contributors are still unpledged. ic character; 2 and on the basis of repeat giving—not increased—the fund deavor ,0 subm would pass the million mark. Several thousand prospects have to e W1 t r existing regime during the mas yet beer, uncontacted. erim period and 3 The grow Campaigns for the United Jewish Appeal now in progress !" 9 harshness of the repressive ... ... i i __j measures taken against the throughout the country ore meeting with surprisingly good and Jewish community substantial returns. The success of Miami's campaign now j n v j ew 0 f these circumstances. depends not on its inspired leadership, nor on campaign strategy the agency is determined to mainc.-.d techniques. Our campaign depends on the sincerity and : -'"\ uncompromising opposition • i.i ii tnt White Paper regime, the integnty o: we volunteer workera who cione spell success. statement added stress ing that Coverage of the prospects will prove once more that Miami this opposition is not directed does BOl recognize failure. Jewish Education In Greater Miami tions and to obtain a solution which Will place the fate of the Jewish people in their own hands. Announcing the composition of the seven-man delegation which will represent the Zionists at the UN.—the members of which were revealed yesterday — the stab ment said that as a result of the destruction of the bulk of European Jewry and certain other developments, the agency has decided to re-examine its structure Deen expanding very rapiaiy in me last six years. It was esti and s -Main alterations to | ^ J*Jj* the permanent Jewish population of Greater 2J By A. P. GANNES Executive Director oj the Bureau o/ Jewish E (Thii it tht first of a unei of articles, article! the cot of education, what our children Problems lUCQtion W. hop, ,„ Bi|Wt are studying „., youth education, adult education and other related n,ki.J' : '" : I. VITAL STATISTICS How many children are studying in our Jewish schools'' As we all know, the Jewish community of Greater M been expanding very rapidly in the last six years was 29,000. It is now estimated that there are between 35 [ 40,000 permanent Jewish residents in this area. This based on the increased number of prospective AJC WILL MEET IN WASHINGTON page lj will be timed ting f the general nbly of the United Nations which may have the Palestine question before it. JEWISH REFUGEES NOW ASSEMBLING LONDON (JTA).—Two hundred displaced Jews from the British xone of Germany who will make up half of the first contingent of immigrants to Palestine under t h e recently announced plan to admit about 350 Jews monthly from the A referendum of the delegates British zone, have arrived from of the conference to approve the' BeUen camp at the Bocholt Labor day session will be necessary in view of the decision of the last session in Cleveland in 1946 to hold the fourth session this spring. Dr. Eisendrath's committee held seven meetings before reaching transit camp, the Jewish Committee for Relief Abroad disclosed here. Another party of 200 is expected to arrive at the end of the week. Ginsburg, Harold J. Goldenberg. Frank Goldman, Isaac Heller, a! cement on the new plan. The I Louis Lipsky. Rabbi Joseph H committee, which includes lead-1 Lookstein. Mrs. Albert J May era of national organizations and %  R a bbi Irving Miller H e n r'v communities, consists of the folMonsky, Stanley C, Myers Judge lowine: Simon H. Rifkind. Judge Morris Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, Rothcnberg, Samuel Rothstein, chairman: Dr. Ira Eisenstein, Louis Segal. Ezra Z. Shapiro and Judge Harry M. Fisher. Arnold R. | Dr. Stephen S. Wise. against the British people, but only against their government's present policy here It denounced this policy as being the root cause for the unrest and; "gratuitous suffering" of thousands of Jews, and promised an unceasing fight for the entry of all displaced persons and other Jews who wish to come here and extension of Jewish land holdings. The statement calls on the extremist groups to adhere to national discipline and pledges full support to the Zionist movement, the Zionist Organization and the Palestine Jewish community in their resistance I rorism. It charged that the r< ent repressive measures adopted by the government l not % %  at ter%  hut at breaking the spirit of the Yishuv, and warned that repn uld not succeed. The agency executive called on the Jewish community for a united effort to expand the Jewish economy "in town and country" This was understood to be an appeal to industry groups and labor to refrain from both lockouts and strikes in the present critical period. Finally, referring to the Yishuv'.financial position, the statement says that the current budget is inadequate and additional funds must be obtained through increased capital investments and a Stepped-up campaign for contribution.-.. estimate j givers listed \. Federation; by the increase in membership in all organizati and what we consider an excellent barometer—the increase T~ Jewish schools. Since 1945 there has been an increase of M" cent in the number of students attending our schools. If the lation increased by 30 per cent and our school registration keJjj with it. it would mean a population of 39,000 Jewish residta Certainly, we do not deceive ourselves by thinking that we hi made such strides in Jewish education that the percentage of cfc dren attending Jewish schools has grown by 30 per cent Yet an absolute basis the increase in our school population is tremendw and is an indicator of future problems in terms of facilities i"t The problem sonne1, etC We also hope that the increai of 30 per cent is SOffl proof of our educational effort in this community to develop m parents the consciousness of the need for Jewish education The figures below indicate the increase in accordance with records: (Academic Years) 1944-1945 Sunday School 1,211 Hebrew School 543 We should like to break down this year's figures by schook I It is important to know that we have all types represented in oc Jewish educational pattern locally: 3 Orthodox schools, 2 Consenttive, 1 Liberal. 1 Reform, 1 still undetermined (Coral Gables).: Yiddish, 1 all-day. We should also know that two Orthodox schoob (the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Beth Jacob) an five-day schools. They do not conduct a formal Sunday school All children arc requested to attend five days a week. They do have, however, a special group up to the age of 9 that attends I Sundays. The Conservative schools (Beth David and Miami Beach Jewish Center) have a four-day afternoon Hebrew school plus the I Sunday school. The Liberal congregation (Beth Sholom) conducti a two-day Hebrew school in addition to the Sunday school. IV I all-day school, recently opened, meets from 9:00 to 300 five daji | a week. Increase 1945-1946 1946-1947 2 yean 1.445 1.64B 30', 628 750 30 f vJenist fkrrtir, Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Roridian at 21 s. W. Second Avenue. Miami 18. Florida. :!2 d eo .:.i •Thta* figure* are estimate*. We -*£ ect for settling .O^J. the Philippine islands, a^ ^ ments for which had b^ pleted just prior !" f rf5hcor of the war. .s receiving sideration.it was dtKto^ annual report o „• Economic corporation. gotiated the original ^ with the PhiliPP'^ ov



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j IDA Y, MARCH 28, 1947 +JewlsHk>ridla l n PAGE SEVEN [jjjgh Officials Fly or London Conclave (Continued jrom Page 1) stablishment of an inquiry ommittee in view of the failIre of the Big Five to support he plan and is considering the (ossibilitv of callinga special tssion to be attended by skeleon delegations from each member nation, in order to keep Cwn the cost. However, U.N. ources said that until Britain nakes some move to submit Jie issue to the U.N. formally, iothing can be done.) few Consultations Out |The foreign office spokesman lied out a new attempt by BritJn to solve the problem through Irther consultations with Jews LONDON (JTA). — The nglo-American discussion* on he British procedure for reerring the Palestine issue to he United Nations have been Ixtended from London to Washington, a Foreign Office Lpokesman told the JTA. He said that in addition to he talks between the Foreign Dffice and the U.S. Embassy here, the British Embassy is onducting similar talks with he State Department. The Spokesman disclosed that the cope of the discussions include he proposed UN fact-find comniision—with the Arab opposition to this plan being taken nto account—and also the possibility of a special General Assembly meeting on Palestine. nd Arabs. He said that the talks kith the American embassy were kill continuing. An embassy lurce described the conversa"still inconclusive." Authoritative Jewish Agency uarters expressed the opinion bat the visit of Cunningham and lacMillan was in connection with curity matters, and that they rould discuss with the colonial nd foreign offices how Palestine to be governed in the interim eriud before U.N. action. | Commenting on the current nglo-American talks, the agency frcles said that despite the U. S. esire that the U.N. act as soon i possible, various technical dif|culties makes discussion of the natter before the September neeting of the assembly exremely unlikely. IN THE MAIL Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. It has come to our attention that people on the sideline are gloating over the apparent conflict between the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and the Beth Jacob Congregation Vaad. Many are amazed why the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus, officially representing five out of the six congregations of Greater Miami; and, endorsed and subsidized by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is unable to secure the majority of the supposed Kosher butcher stores in this area. We must openly declare that we have been battling for two years against the "Hefkairus," looseness and irresponsibility on the part of the butchers who receive improper supervision, and disregard the essential requisites of Kashrus. As a result of THEIR ACTIONS we have not been able to endorse them. We are amazed at the laxity of the public who is seeking Kashrus and also paying for it; and yet, is purchasing meat and fowl in places which have no supervision at all or improper supervision. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus cannot endorse those stores who do not abide with the rules and regulations required by the Laws of the Torah. The only stores endorsed by us at the present time and for whose Kashruth we guarantee are: Southwest Kosher Meat Market, Inc., 1007 S. W. 27th ave., Miami, 4-3986; Berele's Poultry Market, 237 Collins ave., Miami Beach, 5-9530; Malter's Meat &| Poultry Market, 435 Collins ave., Miami Beach, 5-5583; Hoffman's Meat A: Poultry Market, 415 Espanola way, Miami Beach, 5-3992; Florida National Kosher Provision Co., 230 N. W. Fifth st., Miami, 3-4225. Do not be misled by statements of butchers or posters in stores which might indicate proper supervision. Phone your own rabbi and he will advise you where you can get the kosher product for which you are paying. GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH. HAKItV S1RKIN. President. A. M. BEAR, ,, Vice President. H. SOOT IN. Secretary' S. LOBEI-. Treasurer. RABIN J. KRACKOVSKV. Director. INCREASED ATTENDANCE AT YWHA SKETCH CLASS The many artists, both amateur and professional, who have recently joined the YMHA weekly Life Sketch group, held every Monday evening, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., have found the opportunity of working in many mediums, oil, watercolor, pastel, ink and charcoal, from professional life models refreshing. An informal studio atmosphere is maintained at all times, ideas and suggestions are exchanged and current art trends are discussed. Long poses are alternated with rapid action sketches. Only the most attractive professional girl life models pose on alternate Mondays. Every other Monday well-muscled male lifeguards or professional boxers pose, to give variety and interest to a well-balanced program. Shown in the above photo is Male Model John DeNuccio, "Mr. Cincinnati. 1946," ith Artist Rose Wishinsky of Miami Beach in action. AH art materials are furnished free by the YMHA and locker space is also provided to store both materials and paintings or drawings. This Life Sketch class is under the supervision of George Gray, internationally famous muralist. Gray criticizes and helps beginners in this group stressing anatomy and figure construction. An exhibit of members' work is to be held in the near future in Miami Beach. The YMHA Life Sketch class is open to both "Y" members and non-members alike—only a nominal fee is charged to cover model fees and expenses. By RABBI J. E. RACKOVSKV Director, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth All Passover products shall have a "Hechsher" from an authentic orthodox Rabbi; and the 'Hechsher" shall be part of the original packing. It is forbidden to eat fresh or dry legumes or "Kitnios" (string beans, green peas, lima beans, etc.) during Passover week. Use ONLY the matzo labeled 'for Passover Use." Be very careful as there are matzos of well-known brands which are for chometz use. Milk in bottles and other dairy products having the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth may be obtained from the Land of Sun dairies. Their herds will be not fed any chometz during Passover and the milk will have supervision from the time of milking until after the sealing of the bottles. Tea and coffee sold by Flamingo Coffee company is also under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Cake for Passover must have an endorsement of an authentic orthodox Rabbi. The latest time for eating chometz is Friday, April 4, at 9:30 a.m. The latest time to dispose of the chometz is Friday, April 4, at 10:30 a.m. "Mechiras Chometz" (selling chometz) may take place the entire week until Friday, April 4, 10 a.m. Attend to it %  arly. A syum for the first-born will take place at the various synagogues at Friday morning services, April 4. Further information may be obtained by calling 2-7439 or 58-1521. RUGUAY REVISED IMMIGRATION LAWS HLL AID EUROPEAN REFUGEES. DP'S MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA). — The Uuguayan Govenfient has issued a new immigraon law which Jewish circles |ere hope will facilitate the imDigration of refugees and displaced persons. It goes into effect on June 7, 1947. Residents of Uruguay may apkly for immigration permits for larcnts, children, spouses, brothers and sisters. Applicants must •rove that they have a trade or profession by which they can uppoit themselves or independent means. Immigrants in the latter category must have a minimum of 10,000 Uruguayan pesos [approximately $5,600) per person. The amount necessary for each person decreases as the size of the family unit increases. For the first three children under the age of 15, no funds are necessary and, for each child above three, the parents must have an additional 500 pesos. As a special incentive for agricultural workers, immigrants who are brought over by government agencies or government-approved private bodies for colonization purposes, are exempted from the financial provisions ot the law. Other provisions of the act include standard requirements such as a health certificate, proof of former citizenship status and identity documents. Passover Greetings WE HAVE MANISCHEWITZ WINES SPECIAL CASE PRICES LIQUOR STORES 1696 N. W. 20th ST. 645 N. W. tod AVE. 2826 N. MIAMI AVE. 2705 N. W. 20th ST. STONE'S 1052 BISCAYNE BLVD. 200 W. FLAGLER ST. 1135 W. FLAGLER ST. 208 CORAL WAY The Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rilh will meet on Tuesday, April 1, at 8:15 p.m. in the National hotel. Walter Kovner, is president. Guest speaker for the evening is Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish center. Program arrangements are in charge of Harry Zuckernick. DIAM OND | | CAB PHONE 3-4627 ^ASBESTOS TABLE MATS up* K 24829 or 26382. High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 ANNUAL RUNNING TEX RICKARD mem orial TONIGHT FIRST RACE 8:00 P.M. No Minors Admitted \MIAMrBEACrKENNEFCLUB iXTMMl SOUTH. .IND Of COU1NS A\T



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L PAGE TEN km si Hcridi^r £5iP A I L MARCH28,i it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Zionist Trends: A reorganization of the American branch of the Jewish Agency will take place soon after Dr. Abba Hillel Silver returns from Palestine ... He advocated such a reorganization at the plenary meeting of the Jewish Agency executive in Jerusalem ... By the time this is read, cables from Palestine will have reported that the session of the Zionist Actions committee, originally scheduled to take place in Jerusalem thimonth, has been postponed indefinitely The internal struggle over Dr. Weizmar.n's return been accomplished by the conference in publishing a 600-page tract the attention of many who are interested in the study o Kabbalism and certain aspects g Jewish history, the second wiuoe J3 by those who have head much about the Hasidjrn birf never had a chance to truly grasP spirit .. In P rt sc ting tn the English reading public me Hasidi. legends, Prof. Buber is opening the gates to the world 01 m a movement founded by the Baal shorn Tov which swept Eastern Europe in the 18th century • Remnants of tnis nent were still strong volume entitled "Nazi Germany's War Against the Jews" The publication date was timed for the C of Eon ign Ministers in Moscow ... Its primary aim is to bring to the attention ol p 0 i an d before the Nazi occupathe leaders of the democratic and can even be found in powers, as forcibly as possible, t j,e United States today The the need for frank and outspoken i ||ook ls a ] iving monument to a gnition of the German pco „g group which f r pie's guilt for Germany's crimes g vi .. yed an imnst th Jews This, thi ",,.,,, n Jewish life • leaders of the American %  n ds are not merely conference believe re flect the philosophv tant as securing reparations : :i Many a reader to leadership of the Zionist movethe Jews, since the world has a pressed by the preachment has much to do with this -• ri emory The volumi th ,. Hasidic leaders and there! -,.,,. ,,f their many foldelegates at the Moscow parley lowers Schocken Books is with the ho] ecuring th. service to consertion in the text of thi v ,.. j ews by treaty with Germany • such volumes of Jewton of G nd i,ttle known phases %  CMC CULLS FOR ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—The establishment of a permanent FEPC here with power to enforce its decisions in the courts was urged here this week at a plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, attended by 80 delegates from six major national and 20 local community relations organizations. Judge David A. Rose of Boston, reporting on the status of antiSemitism in this country, declared that with the exception of developments in the South antiJewish activity were at a low point during 1946. He stated that the "hate press" throughout the country suffered a drop in circulation. Henry Epstein of New York was reelected chairman and Aaron Droock of Detroit and h. Kapkind of New Haven ^ elected vice chairmen. S ** the executive commm ^ Rabbi Stephen S. Wise t? Joseph M Proskauer'J*! Monsky. Adnlph Held u Schaffer and Maurice pj" I INWA Plans Seder The Jewish Nation W or k-| alliance will hold if third Z\ Seder in cooperation with all? bor Zionist groups of Grai rfo'te?' Pnl '' 3l the N 3 The program will feibnJ singing of IgoGutmanandii* by Mr. David Wei them. A^ can Labor Zionist leader R* Max Shapi-o will act as master. postponement Incidentally, more than $10,000 were spent to send some of the American I bers to the actions committee to Jerusalem in anticipation of the scheduled session ... A new policv regarding the ultimate solu' %  bringing death to milli ,, ., h ,.,,. v tion of the Palestine problem has of Jews Th,. the m .st been deeded upon by the Amerauthentic record of Nazi crime • Debate Winners upon ican Zionist leadership ... It pro vides that no negotiations be held with the British government on the lor.g-range Zionist program This actually means that the question of the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine is to remain open for the time being, and that immigration will be the main issue Zionist leaders in nst Jew.published so far Debate Winners Honored Jules Greenstein and J'an Mai >ns rur.ners-up in the Streamlined History: city-v lei ate contest sponTwo very important volumes red by Sholom Lodge of B'nai have :• ently beei publish re presented with gold this country by Schocken Books statuettes in a special assembly One is "Major Trends in Jewcalled Thursday at Miami Senior ish Mysticism" by Gershom G. High school. Jerome Weinkle, Scholem ... 1 Tales 1 debate chairman, and Sam Silver. HOY AL III WC A l l l \\ STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAY! DELUXE FULL COURSE DINNERS WILL BE SERVED 764 Washington Avenue (Acrosa from the Blackttone Moltl) BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 EUCLID AVENUE • M AMI BEACH Now Accepting Reservations for the PASSOVER HOLIDAYS STRICTLY KOSHER PHONE 5-1103 America have reason to believe of the Hasidim" by Martha Buber president, made presentation that the Palestine issue will be raised in the House and Senate foreign affairs committees when the question of U.S. support to Greece and Turkey is discussed Rumor has it I at the ZOA may foster the formation of a women's Zionist organization in competition to Hadassah if the latter continues to maintain a political policy contradictory to that of the ZOA • • • Community Affairs: The American Jewish Conference will be included in the United Jewish Appeal in 1948 together with a number of smaller Jewish organizations ... It can now be safely predicted that the conference will become a permanent body ... A decision to this effect was adopted at a full-day session of the Interim Committee this week in New York There pie only a few minor points which remain to be ironed out before the conversion of the conference into a permanent organization is announced Certain organizations which are not yet in the ranks of the American Jewish conference will be approached soon to join it on the basis of its now program The new program will include activity on the so-called "domestic scene" where the conference intends to act in an advisory and coordinating capacity This year's convention of the conference will take place In Washington in September, shortly before the opening of the United Nations General Assembly. A very good piece of work has While the first book will at-' talks. 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hlDAY, MARCH 28, 1947 *J enisti rhridUan PAGE THIRTEEN fiiuetay o$ SJizaJbeA Miami \ UoubeA o$ WxMMp, ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave., i mi Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Canior Louis D. Feder. Pp evening services at 6:00 p.m. Sabbath morning services | Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Portion of the Week | ,,'ediate services for teen-age youth at 9:00 under the superL n of 'I"' board of education. Junior congregation for children L. mentary school age at 10:00 under the supervision of Mr. Max ,' a, of the faculty. Kiddush served to both junior groups by a L'vrh pod committee. Bible study at 4:00 with Mrs. S. J. Freedman t charge. Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver a traditional Passovei IsserUtion at 5 p.m. Mincha at 6:00 followed by Shalos S'udos. Iil.hi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Maariv 1700 Sunday School atl0:00 A model Seder will be presented |v children of the religious school at 11:00 at which time the Ha[•",(! ,h will bi' read and translated. Traditional songs and hymns T, M' be sung and a quizz program will be held. Refreshments will ,v tin' Sisterhood. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president, heads he hostesses. Parents are invited. Daily school from 3:15 to 7:00. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph the week. Daily services. 7 and 8 a.m.. followed by a class in jm.ha Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m. followed by a class in Jewish L s a nd customs. Laws of the Passover are being taught at the I ervice. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. hh ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabbolas Shabbas, 6:15 p.m. Saturday service. 8:30 p.m. Rabbi |i;,u, : will deliver the address on Shabbos Hagado Drosha, which t of Halachic Hagaddic elements with reference to Passer. Student service. 10:45 a.m. Psalms will be read at 5:15 p.m. Mlovvrd by Mincha at 6:00 p.m. and Shalos S'udos. A model Pass'.'.' 5( |i will be held Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Bes Hayled Monday I F iday, 9 to 12 a.m. Daily services. 7 to 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami. Bbbi Max Shapiro, Rev. Maurice Mamches. inter scries of late Friday evening services will be conluclcd this Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor lamclus assisted by the choir, will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro and L> president "f the congregation. Louis Heiman. will close the L officially speaking on theme: "The Story Has Been Told." |i and Mrs. Henry Seitlin will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat imJBdiately after the services in honor of their wedding anniversary Id Mr and Mrs. Harry Shargaa will be donors of the floral offerin honor of their daughter Sarah's engagement. Spring series [late Friday evening services will be instituted after the Passover llidays for a period of two months if there are requests for such fcrvice Sabbath services at 8:30. This Sabbath is called "Shabbos bgodol." the great Sabbath preceding the Passover. During the (vices, Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf, will become Mitzva. Student services at 10:30 o'clock. The students' seder. ensured by the Sisterhood under the direction of the chairman. I: J, Hartz. will be held Sunday morning at 10:30. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami bach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel oan, executive director. Kabbalas Shabbas service 5:15 p.m. Late Friday evening serJccs. 8:15 p.m.. closing of the current season. Rabbi Lehrman will leach on the subject "The Arrow Points at You." On the occa\n of the installation of the newly elected officers and directors the Center Cantor Goldring wili chant the service assisted by Center choir. Saturday morning service at 9:00 a.m. Rabbi tirman will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the law." During sci vice. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Litowitz and David, of Dr. and Mrs. B. Sussman, will become Bar Mitzva. Junior bgregation service, 10:00 a.m. Mincha. 5:00 p.m. Shalos S'udos, 15 p.m. Daily services are held during the week at 8 a.m. and 15 p.m. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave„ Miami Beach, Rabbi on Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak Four Kinds of Jewish Leaders" in his pre-Passover sermon. bath service, 10:45 a.m. Ronald Ansin will become Bar Mitzva fing the service. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical por|is at all services. REFORM [TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. itman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. babbath evening service, 8:15 p.m. Isaac M. Wise Memorial Pbatn in honor of the 128th anniversary of his birth. In observ' %  %  this Sabbath, Rabbi Martin Hinchin, Southern regional fetor of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be M? speaker. A Sisterhood Sabbath reception will follow the Vice. Sabbath morning services 11:00 a.m. J^MPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. obi David Raab. A special Isaac Maver Wise service will take place this eveI at the evening service. 8:00 p.m. Isaac Mayer Wise was Under of Reform Judaism in America and is one of the outstand%  organizers in this country. Rabbi Raab will conduct rvice and preach the sermon on the subject: "Isaac Mayer pe: Architect of American Judaism." JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max iu man. rabbi and executive director. .ihui Kaufman will conduct religious services at 8:1a p.m. %  "uth Sabbath." and the of Dr. Kaufman's sermon will be >e Voice of Youth." The officers of the Young Adults group of Unter will be guest speaker. The children's choir will sing !n A l timc Morning services 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at At noon there will be a Seder for the students of the Center play school. p bbi ,08p Ph E. Rackovsky >520 S. W. 5th St. Phona 2-7439 S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins 4 Wain. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D"nSD nsio Telephone 5-1017 TO START DRIVE Plans were complete today for the kick-off next Tuesday of the annual fund-raising campaign by the Dade County Field Army of the American Cancer society, of which Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson is commander. A ballyhoo wagon under supervis ion of Adolph Seerth will stage sir.g-songs and speech appeals in the business areas of county municipalities during the April campaign, during which the society hopes to exceed its quota of $35,000. Dade eountians last year contributed 854,000, or more than one-third of the total raised in the state. Of the 2,400 Floridians who died of cancer during 1946. Mrs. Epperson pointed out, from 800 to 1,200 could have been saved by early diagnosis and proper treatment. The cancer society maintains a year-around information center at 936 Ingraham building and carries on a continuous educational campaign. Contributions may be mailed to American Cancer Society at that address. West Flagler Derby Running Closes Season The stage is set for the annual running of West Flagler's 1947 Derby, the richest derby in the history of the track. Early elimination races were run off this week, while Monday, two semifinal races will be run to determine the eight finalists for the championship race April 3. The derby will feature West Flagler's 1947 closing Thursday. The derby this year will be worth $3500, the purse topping that of any previous year by $1500. Seventy-five per cent of the amount will go to the winners, while the other 25 per cent will go to the dogs in the Derby Consolation. The crowds at West Flagler this season have shown an increase of 20 per cent over last year. Sholem Lodge Will Hold 'Movie Night Smoker' In conjunction with the membership drive of Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith, plans are being completed for a "Membership Movie Night and Smoker," to be held April 15 at Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel. The program will include special showing of early Charley Chaplin pictures and some of the highlights of championship prize fights. The smoker will be free to all members bringing a prospect. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that Inundersigned, desiring lo engage In li isines* under tinfictitious name of FLORIDA HOTEL SUPPLY (in., at 3'-139 Weal Flagler street. .Miami. Fla intends to register said name Aitii the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. II I EHRENS, Sole Owner. I 28 I 1-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BID'S CUT RATE, at MOO \\ Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to register s.ii.i Main,, with the Clerk ol the Circuit '• %  r. Congress Building, Miami 82, Florida. S/7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN \ND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19MS In Re Estate of JOSEPH MILLER. A K A JOSEPH GABBY MILLER \ K \ JOSEPH GABBY, A'K'A JOE GABBY, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims oi Demands Against Raid Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of yoil msv have aeainst the estate of JOSEPH MILLER. A.'K/A rORKPH GABBY MILLER. A K" V JOSTPH GABBY. \ K V JOE GABBY. deceased. late of Dade fjountv, Florida, to tie Hon. \V F Rlanton. County Judge of Dade Count v. and file the same In his office In the COMIIIV Courthouse In Dole County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flrsl publication hereof Raid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. Ree Section I in of the 19:13 Probate Act Pate. March 84. VTV 1947 FRANK MILLER. As Adminitrator of the estate of JOSEPH MILLER. A K/A .TOREPH GABBY MILLER. A/K/A JOSEPH GABBY, A/K/A JOE G\RRY. deceased WARMAN SI L VET!. Attorneys foi \dnnni-trator. 1 88 1/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GRAPHIC APIS BUILDING, at 116118-120-122 N. E. Sixth St.. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRED K. 8HOCHET ETHEL SHOCHET 3 :'l -28 I l-l I -is NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PARK VIEW ISLAND, at B39 73rd St., Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the < Ircull Court of Dade County, Florida LOUIS p( ISNER ROSE POSNER Lolls KENIN trvcDc. ,, IIA I V MASLOW \n ERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN •30 Seybold Bldg. Attorney* for Applicants. 1/14-21-28 4/4-11 NOI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I'" "uoi.-iMgiied. desiring to enga U ?Ai^" n l f'; the fictitious name of '•osil.Ls DEPARTMENT STORE. .. M sunset Drive. South Miami. I ""Ida, Intends o register said name ,",' ','!" '""V' 1 "" %  Clicull Court of Dade < ountv, Florida REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT STORE, INC BILL L. PALL.yr. Fl0l '" la ''"' "" U """Attorne) ror Applicant. : 14-21-28 1/4-11 NoTI.'E IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desii Ing to engage In "UHini is uiKiar the fictitious nai >f MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY at tan, u. 27th Street, Miami, Fla., intend lo register said name with the. Uer-K ,.r id,, circuit Courl of Dade oiinty. Florida ISAM' EMMER JACK M. EMMER Pel Itloners. \H ERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN. AH., i neys for Petitioners, I 14-21-28 I l-ll NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious n SAVOY HOTEL, at 252 N W. Second Miami, l lade i 'ounty, Florida, intends tu register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade .ounty, Florida. LILLIAN A. REI'-II HARRY DIE I "/.. Attorney for Applicant. Congress Bldg, : ll-:'i-:'s i i : i NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslni ss under the fictitious name of SUZI-BELLB, at i: n 295, EmoryKiddie Building, 3240 N, \v. 27th Ave., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BELLI; HERMANN SYLVIA ROTHSTEIN RAE GOLDBERG MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicants, i 7-14-21-28 4/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GABLES MEDICAL LABORATORY, it u:s Glralda Ave.. Coral Gables, Fla intends to register said name with the cierk of the Circuit Court of i lade I 'ounl j. Florida. IIAKoi.D GEORGE SHAPIRO. Bole Owner. 8/21-28 4/4-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MURRAY MFG. & DISTRIBUTING CO. (not inc.). at I^L'n S. W. Bird Road. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of t|,o Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY GOTTLIEB •H. SIDNEY KESSELMAN Equal Partners. AMOS BENJAMIN. Attorney. 2/28 3/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DIXIE MAID ICE CREAM COMPANY. at 204 N. tV. 11th Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Couny, Florida. HERBERT R. WII.ENSKY THEODORE J SAKOWITZ, Attorney for Herbert R. Wllensky, I 28 8 7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that do undersigned, desiring 10 engage In business under the fictitious name of DETROIT DELICATESSEN, ..t 228 W. Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB KRASNER MYERR. HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 3/7-14-21-28 4/4 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eiu business under the fictitious name of PAULETTE KIDDIE SHOP, at 240 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY BUSKIN, Role Owner. MYERR. HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 2/28 3-7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name of BLOPPY .ii Mrs. at m Baal Flagler St., Miami, Fla., intend to r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ceunty, Florida. MAX BROOK JACK GOULD UPWARD BOOAN ar co-partner* ,i b i SLOPPY JOES Appih ants, MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. S/51-28 4/4-11-18



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[TRIDA ^MAHCH 28. 1947 • Jenisli Hcrldlar PAGE FIVE ilLLEL HOUSE PATIO fcENE OF CLOSING )F CAMPUS DRIVE Tin' expansion program at lill. 1 House of the University of lunu provided for the construc|VER 21' CLUB HEARS UK BY ELSA TEMPLE following its regularly schedT-d meeting last Wednesday eveTC, the Over 21" social group f !" an address by Miss Elsa P'iple. lecturer, who spoke on Plestine —Life and AchieveInte." flaking her first trip to this ptry, Miss Temple has just ("Meted 10 years of social work i Palestine. Zionist Youth Hold Dance At Hillel House Hillel House at the University of Miami will be the scene of the Junior Hadassah and Masada COUNCIL TO CABLE MARSHALL After hearing Dr. Harry Ward, professor emeritus F. Christian Ethics, Union TheoMembership Tea dance on Wedlogical seminary, and other speaknesday evening, April 2, at 7:30 ers ,r p.m. Greater Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah and Masada, young men's and young women's Zionist organizations, have planned a gay and informative program for this affair. Membership in Junior Hadassah now totals 143 and a quota of 200 must be reached before May 1. Masada's present enrollment is 45, with a tentative quota of 100. Junior Hadassah supports the Children's Village of Meier Shfeyah, the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing, the Jewish Nationql Fund and the Youth Aliyah Movement. Co-chairmen of the affair are Saul Genet and Doris Albin, assisted by Hilda Schwartz, arrangements; Doris Shapero, correspondence; Florence Hilderbrandt, refreshments; Gladys Topper, telephone; Eileen Cowen, Florence Stein and David Leiberman, program; Rosalyn Worth and Harvey Sutton, hosts; Carolyn Schultz, guest book, and Shirley Pardo, publicity. ers, the audience at Bayfront park, Wednesday night, voted to send a cable to Secretary of State George C. Marshall in Moscow, informing him that the Greater Miami Council of AmericanSoviet Friendship urges him to place the problems of aid to Greece, Turkey and other govern" ments before the United Nations immediately and that relief action be taken in accordance with UN Food and Agricultural commission's report on Greek economy. FURNISHED BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT For Six Months Beginning May First REASONABLE RATE Not Far From Lincoln Road CALL 5-5919 Hillel Varsity Nighl, an allcampus show with Jewish and college themes, is being prepared by students at the University of Miami for presentation to B'nai B'rith lodges on the first Tuesday in May. Enjoy STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS Entire Passover Week IN A PRIVATE DINING ROOM REASONABLE RATES Reservation* May Be Made By Calling MRS. PEARL RAIDMAN AT 3-4811 418 N. W. 3RD AVENUE A CAMP WITH A PURPOSE For Boys and Girls CAMP STONY HOLLOW m THE POCONOS OUR AIM: Every Child a Good Leader. Every Child an Intelligent Follower. irnnv Directors: Jt-RRY CARVER M A Call 6-9351 Philadelphia, Pa. r 0 Your Complete Department Store With Qual'ty Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami HO*** SfUtaUtt AND HIS FAMOUS ALL-GIRL ORCHESTRA CBS SundayI 4:30 ?.M. Dr. Miller Opens Dental Office In Lincoln Bldg. Dr. Ben Miller, recently discharged officer in the United States Navy Dental corps, has opened his offices for the general practice of dentistry at the Lincoln bldg., 350 Lincoln id. Dr. Miller is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and the University of Buffalo. School of Dentistry. He interned and served as chief resident in the Oral Surgery Department of the Jersey City Medical center, Jersey City, N. J., prior to his two years in the navy. While awaiting completion of the Lincoln road building. Dr. Miller was associated with Dr. Charles De Pencier in Jacksonville, Fla. Temple Israel Women Prepare Slate For 1947 The nominating committee of Temple Israel Sisterhood has prepared a slate of officers to be voted upon at the next regular meeting on Monday, April 7, in Kaplan hall. Names to be presented are: For president, Mrs. Isaac Levin; first vice president, Mrs. Marion B. Ross; second vice president, Mrs. Elry Stone; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Henry Hirsch; assistant corresponding secretary, Mrs. Alfred Morris; recording secretary, Mrs. Isidore Lach; treasurer, Mrs. Harry V. Simons; financial secretary, Mrs. Albert Hirsch, and auditor, Mrs. Harry Boyell. Trustees: Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Sam Hantman, Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. G. L. Mendelson, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Norman Rossman, Mrs. William Singer. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. Mrs. Louis Mendelson, chairman of the nominating committee, was assisted by Mrs. Isidor Lach, Mrs. Sam Hantman, Mrs. Isaac Joffe, Mrs. Charles Rosenthal, Mrs. M. M. Kuperberg and Mrs. Roy Gindy. A program and refreshments will follow the election, with Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, house chairman, in charge. Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein is president of the Sisterhood and will act as chairman of the meeting. 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