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The Jewish Floridian ( April 11, 1947 )

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The bf admission under the probill would be limited to annually for a four-year p Authority to prescribe scessary regulations for adhering the bill would go to :retary of State and the bey General. bill defines a displaced i as anyone in Germany, And Austria who was forced [his homeland by war and \ or unwilling to return helot "persecution or his fear pecution on account of race, or political opinions." [Harrison, chairman of the I Committee on Displaced and dean of the UniverI Pennsylvania law school, >ting on the bill, said that It "becomes law it will not ^merica's immigration polls an emergency measure I emergency condition. In p." he declared, "our nafuld be enriched by thoup willing workers skilled 'crafts and trades and in pees." Ibill was referred to the IJudiciary committee, Fee. which is scheduled to p'ngs in several weeks. Treaty to Include Clause Providing Property Return MOSCOW (JTA)—The committee drafting the Austrian peace treaty has agreed to include a clause binding Austria to return to Jews and other racial and religious persecutees property stripped from them during the Nazi regime, or to pay compensation, where the property cannot be recovered. The conferees, however, were unable to reach an agreement on the question of what was to be done with property for which there were no heirs. Jewish quarters have demanded that such property be placed in a central fund to be used for the rehabilitation of needy surviving Jews. E TO OUTLAW RACE IN y. S. HID TO GREECE IS T LINKED WITH E ISSUE ^nation Bill Ned In House WNGTON (JTA)-Bills PS against discrimination yment were introduced nouse of Representatives I Helen Gahagan Douglas. T, democrat, and Rep. | L Dawson, Illinois ReEl 5 arc id entical with that ^ into the Senate last J Senator Irving M. Ives, P Republican, and sponItiin? e n ther Sen ators. I bii I"? Said il is n l IDD L b v Ut a f o !" ula for pProach ,„ the handling F d r m employment" IE? ll n and conc iHaI 'nan legal comWASHINGTON (JTA) —The State department believes "that it would be unfortunate to link the question of extension of aid to Greece with the Palestine problem. The administration's attitude | on this issue was disclosed in j the text of answers by the State department to questions submitted by members of Congress on Greco-Turkish aid, and released by the Senate Foreign Relations committee. In reply to one question, the i State department declared that "it will undoubtedly be many months before the United Nations will be able to find a solution to the Palestine problem and the question of aid to Greece, as pointed out by the President, is extremely urgent." NEW YORK (JTA)—A bill to outlaw anti-Semitic propaganda in the United States has been introduced in the House of Representatives by Congressman Chas. A. Buckley, New York Democrat, it was announced by the American Jewish Labor Council. Entitled "A Bill to Suppress the Evil of Anti-Semitism and the Hatred of Members of Any Race Because of Race, Color or Creed." the proposed legislation includes a declaration of policy stating that, "Congress hereby finds that anti-Semitism and bigotry are potent weapons in the hands of the enemies of this country and or its institutions." The spread of anti-Semitism, the bill continues, is "tending to destroy the unity of this nation, creating discord among our people, disrupting the normal channels of trade and commerce, and interfering with and dislocating the economic life of the country." The proposed act declares it to be its policy "to prevent the spread of anti-Semitism, religious and racial hatred because of race, creed or color through the use of the mails and the channels of interstate and foreign commerce." Punishment of violation of the provisions of the bill include a fine of "not more than $5,000 or imprisonment (at hard labor) for not more than five years, or both, at the discretion of the court." The American Jewish Labor Council has begun a nation-wide petition campaign to secure 1,000,000 signatures in support of the bill. Gurion Hints Haganah To Make Attack On Terrorists JERUSALEM (JTA)—A warning that the Haganah may soon be called on for an open attack against terrorist groups was given here by David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, addressing a special session of the Jewish National Council. "It is said that we face civil war," Ben Gurion declared in a blistering attack on the extremists. "That is incorrect—we are now engaged in civil war, and the action of the Haganah might stop it. There is no contact between us and the terrorists," he continued, "therefore, if we are compelled to approach them, we will speak to them in the onlylanguage they understand. If it becomes necessary, the Yishuv's organized power will be directed against them, even if the Palestine police or some of their officers attempt to interfere." Ben Gurion charged that some Palestine police officers not only i'avored the terrorists, but were in contact with them. "We have no share in the administration of Palestine and cannot examine the peculiar behavior of the police which apparently does not want to suppress terrorism," he added. Asserting that "our weapon now is a struggle for more immigration and more settlements, not mad gangsterism," the agency chairman threatened that "although the terrorists have guns, so do we. We have more than they and when the time comes our force will have to act because they understand only the language of force. We will proceed with effective strength to liquidate them to protect ourselves from going down a path the end of which no one knows." Beach Freeholders Approve Bond Issue A total of 2,166 freeholders from an eligible list of 3,914 overwhelmingly approved the four bond issues totalling $1,644,000 at a Miami Beach election last Tuesday ii The special bond issue will cover a program of street paving and expansion of sanitary sewer and water systems as well as the building of a $700,000 auditorium. City officials said Tuesday night that under favorable conditions the bond issues might be offered for sale by late June. INF FLOWER DAY SET FOR TOMORROW Saturday evening and Sunday have been proclaimed as the Annual Flower Day on behalf of the Jewish National Fund. Zionist volunteers will man posts in hotel and theater lobbies, at street intersections and in restaurants and other meeting places. Funds collected will be devoted entirely to the work of JNF in the purchase of land in Palestine. Mr. Sam Prosterman is president of the council sponsoring the event. General chairman for Flower Day is Mr. Samuel Sloan with Mrs. I. Rosengarten as cochairman. C.J.U. ORGANIZES, TO L SET FOR Greater Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will break ground for its new home Sunday at 2 p.m. on the location of the property, corner of S. W. 12th ave. and 11th st. Cost of the structure is estimated at $45,000 with construction scheduled for May. The Hebrew School and Junior Congregation was organized about three years ago and together with its auxiliary has been devoting its efforts to raising funds for the new edifice to house the activities of the organization. Hebrew school classes and Sunday school instruction are now being held at the Riverside Elementary school and at the AMVETS hall. Sabbath services are held at the home of Rabbi Simon April. Acting as master of ceremonies, Milton Weiner, chairman of the building committee, will introduce the guest speakers, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, and Rabbi Aaron Kahan of Brooklyn. Rabbi Kaplan is president of the Florida and the Miami Rabbinical association. Rabbi Kahan was a major in the last war and has the distinction of being the most decorated chaplain in World War II. An invocation preceding the ceremony will be read by Rabbi Simon April, who is spiritual leader for the school. Edward Siegel, president, and Murray Shear, vice president of the junior congregation, will deliver short addresses. The honor of being the first to turn a spade of soil will be auctioned by H. M. Drevich, president. Mrs. Dave Cleaver and Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff are in charge of a reception to follow the ceremonies. Formation of a "Million Dollar Club" composed of campaign volunteers pledged to carry on thr active solicition of prospects until the minimum of a million dollars has been raised for the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal was announced by Campaign Chairman Stanley C. Myers as a result of the enthusiastic response of workers at a meeting Monday at the Beach campaign headquarters, 1660 Michigan ave. Reports brought in boosted the present campaign figure to a total of $852,417, a jump of $69,597 since the last report meeting, and $103,017 more than was raised in 1946 at the same period, but $149,888 short of the one million dollar mark, according to Morris Klass, campaign director. With the 'Million Dollar Club' members pledging to conduct an intensive solicitation of those cards not yet covered, we can bring in this $149,888 within the next four weeks," Mr. Klass told the workers. Mr. Myers also appointed a "strategy committee" to meet wtih him at lunch every Thursday to I discuss methods of speeding up the solicitation of key persons whose pledges have not yet come in. These meetings will replace the report meetings held previously. Mr. Myers explained. Named to the strategy committee were the, following campaign leadership: Abraham Goodman, Irving Frankel. Sam Lachman. Joe Gardner. Harry A. Cornblum. Max Orovitz, Wm. D. Singer, David Phillips. Ned Sail. Herbert Seher. Jacob Sher, Nat Hankoff, Jack Ablin and Shepard Broad. The volunteers at Monday's report meeting witnessed a 20-minute documentary film, "The Will to Liv," depicting the day-to-day life in displaced persons camps. Paul Muni was the narrator. Rabbi On Radio Program Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth David, will appear on the "Eternal Light" hour, national radio program heard over Station WIOD Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Turkish Govt. Brands Report "Fabricated" ANKARA (JTA)—The Turkish government this week branded "fabricated" a report which appeared in a New York newspaper that a pogrom in which "hundreds of Jews were massacred" had taken place in Urfa, a Turkish town on the Syrian frontier. "There is no truth whatsoever in the fabricated report alleging that a pogrom took place in Urfa, or that hundreds of Jews were murdered there," an official statement issued to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency said. Authoritative Turkish sources stated that on the night of Jan. 31, a Jewish family in Urfa which had become converted to Islamism four months earlier was found murdered. "The police are still continuing their investigation to discover the murderers who will be placed on trial, but no other incident has taken place at Urfa," the same sources assured the JTA.



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I PAGE TWO *JeL£_ terJonallif Speaking Parents Reveal Betrothal Of Roslyn Geiserman Miss Lucille Shlansky and Miss Iris Abramson of New York are spending the Passover holidays with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Reiner Natalie Goodman, Miami Beach, was one of five honor students in the senior class at Salem Academy, Winston-Salem, N. C. A luncheon for Mrs. Herman Stein, of Cleveland, Ohio, was given recently by Mr. Max Korhman at the Roney Plaza. Mrs. Stein is an organizer of the women's national council of B'nai B'rith. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordon and their daughters, Thea and Judith, are among the guests at the Sands hotel. They are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schoenberg and their sons, Herbert and Martin. A farewell party was given last week by Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack for Mr. and Mrs. Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabow who have returned to New York Mrs. Fritzie Liftman celebrated her birthday on March 10. Mr. and Mis. A. Finlev Binder A MOS AMERICAN TERRAZZO & TILE COMPANY 1915 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-2112 and son, J. Louis, spent the Passover holidays at the Royal Palm hotel. They will leave next week for their home in Lynchburg, Va., for a short stay before continuing to New York to complete plans for their European trip this summer. Mrs. Alex Scott is planning a welcome home party for Mrs. Rose Levey who has just returned from New Yoik v. she attended the convention of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society. Mrs. Alan Maldever. the former Peggy Goldsmith, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Dora Goldsmith. She will be joined by her husband on Sunday • Leon Kronish Temple Beth Sholom, is now recuperating at the Alton Road hospital after a short illness. Mrs. Elsie Kramer left las! week for a short stay in New York where she will visit her daughter. On her return she will move into her new h at 2437 S. W. 13th st. Among the guests at the Vers hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Luna of Miami Miss Myra Eidleweiss has returned to New York after visiting her cousin. Lucille Barton. A lingerie shower will be by Mrs. Harold Stone for her cousin, Eileen Alpert. v. cement is announced this week ... Mr. and Mrs. William :nz left yesterday for home in Long i. ent ofthi A thur .T. Seltzi i ; by Mr. and Mrs. %  .; 5 G • • P art y lasl home, ; 44 N. F. 26th st 1 %  • and Mrs : I. ng Island. X V II take place in -. Mr. and Mrs .. by Mrs. nsky, aunt of the from their %  • betrothal • The Alton Road hospital will hold a blood collection day on Thursday, April 17, when a mobile unit of lhe Dade County Blood Bank will be at the hospital for this purpose. Appointments may be made by calling 5-6416. FOR THE TIME CF •,,..*? YO'uR^'llFE! lr Th: Beau
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 11, 1947

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
& 20--NUMBER 15
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
NGRESS GETS
ll 10 EXTEND
FOR DPS
IASHINGTON (JT A) Rep.
|G. Stratton, Illinois Republi-
this week introduced into
[House a bill calling for the
jsion into the United States
maximum of 400,000 dis-
persons over a period of
(years, from UNRRA camps
Germany, Austria and Italy,
j bill "authorizes the United
fs during an emergency per-
j undertake its fair share in
resettlement of displaced per-
in Germany, Austria and
I, including relatives of citi-
lor of members of our armed
by permitting their ad-
Ion into the United States
number equivalent to a
[of the total quota numbers
fcd during the war years."
Bed the "Emergency Tempo-
iDisplaced Persons Act," the
|rovides that those applying
lermanent residence in the
I States must qualify under
, S. immigration laws. The
bf admission under the pro-
bill would be limited to
annually for a four-year
p Authority to prescribe
scessary regulations for ad-
hering the bill would go to
:retary of State and the
bey General.
bill defines a displaced
i as anyone in Germany,
And Austria who was forced
[his homeland by war and
\ or unwilling to return he-
lot "persecution or his fear
pecution on account of race,
or political opinions."
[Harrison, chairman of the
I Committee on Displaced
. and dean of the Univer-
I Pennsylvania law school,
>ting on the bill, said that
It "becomes law it will not
^merica's immigration pol-
ls an emergency measure
I emergency condition. In
p." he declared, "our na-
fuld be enriched by thou-
p willing workers skilled
'crafts and trades and in
pees."
Ibill was referred to the
IJudiciary committee,
Fee. which is scheduled to
p'ngs in several weeks.
Treaty to Include Clause
Providing Property Return
MOSCOW (JTA)The com-
mittee drafting the Austrian peace
treaty has agreed to include a
clause binding Austria to return
to Jews and other racial and re-
ligious persecutees property
stripped from them during the
Nazi regime, or to pay compen-
sation, where the property can-
not be recovered.
The conferees, however, were
unable to reach an agreement on
the question of what was to be
done with property for which
there were no heirs. Jewish quar-
ters have demanded that such
property be placed in a central
fund to be used for the rehabili-
tation of needy surviving Jews.
E
TO OUTLAW RACE
IN y. S.
HID TO GREECE IS
T LINKED WITH
E ISSUE
^nation Bill
Ned In House
WNGTON (JTA)-Bills
PS against discrimination
yment were introduced
nouse of Representatives
I Helen Gahagan Douglas.
T, democrat, and Rep.
|L Dawson, Illinois Re-
El5 arc identical with that
^ into the Senate last
J Senator Irving M. Ives,
P Republican, and spon-
Itiin?e!n ther Senators.
I bii I"? Said il is nl
Idd L bvUt. a foula for
pProach the handling
F d r m employment"
IE? lln and conciHa-
I 'nan legal com-
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State department believes "that
it would be unfortunate to link
the question of extension of aid
to Greece with the Palestine
problem.
The administration's attitude |
on this issue was disclosed in j
the text of answers by the State
department to questions sub-
mitted by members of Congress
on Greco-Turkish aid, and re-
leased by the Senate Foreign Re-
lations committee.
In reply to one question, the i
State department declared that
"it will undoubtedly be many
months before the United Nations
will be able to find a solution to
the Palestine problem and the
question of aid to Greece, as
pointed out by the President, is
extremely urgent."
NEW YORK (JTA)A bill to
outlaw anti-Semitic propaganda
in the United States has been in-
troduced in the House of Repre-
sentatives by Congressman Chas.
A. Buckley, New York Democrat,
it was announced by the Ameri-
can Jewish Labor Council.
Entitled "A Bill to Suppress
the Evil of Anti-Semitism and
the Hatred of Members of Any
Race Because of Race, Color or
Creed." the proposed legislation
includes a declaration of policy
stating that, "Congress hereby
finds that anti-Semitism and big-
otry are potent weapons in the
hands of the enemies of this
country and or its institutions."
The spread of anti-Semitism, the
bill continues, is "tending to de-
stroy the unity of this nation,
creating discord among our peo-
ple, disrupting the normal chan-
nels of trade and commerce, and
interfering with and dislocating
the economic life of the country."
The proposed act declares it to
be its policy "to prevent the
spread of anti-Semitism, religious
and racial hatred because of race,
creed or color through the use of
the mails and the channels of
interstate and foreign commerce."
Punishment of violation of the
provisions of the bill include a
fine of "not more than $5,000 or
imprisonment (at hard labor) for
not more than five years, or both,
at the discretion of the court."
The American Jewish Labor
Council has begun a nation-wide
petition campaign to secure 1,000,-
000 signatures in support of the
bill.
Gurion Hints Haganah To
Make Attack On Terrorists
JERUSALEM (JTA)A warn-
ing that the Haganah may soon
be called on for an open attack
against terrorist groups was
given here by David Ben Gurion,
chairman of the Jewish Agency
executive, addressing a special
session of the Jewish National
Council.
"It is said that we face civil
war," Ben Gurion declared in a
blistering attack on the extrem-
ists. "That is incorrectwe are
now engaged in civil war, and
the action of the Haganah might
stop it. There is no contact be-
tween us and the terrorists," he
continued, "therefore, if we are
compelled to approach them, we
will speak to them in the only-
language they understand. If it
becomes necessary, the Yishuv's
organized power will be directed
against them, even if the Pales-
tine police or some of their of-
ficers attempt to interfere."
Ben Gurion charged that some
Palestine police officers not only
i'avored the terrorists, but were
in contact with them. "We have
no share in the administration of
Palestine and cannot examine the
peculiar behavior of the police
which apparently does not want
to suppress terrorism," he added.
Asserting that "our weapon
now is a struggle for more im-
migration and more settlements,
not mad gangsterism," the agen-
cy chairman threatened that "al-
though the terrorists have guns,
so do we. We have more than
they and when the time comes
our force will have to act be-
cause they understand only the
language of force. We will pro-
ceed with effective strength to
liquidate them to protect our-
selves from going down a path
the end of which no one knows."
Beach Freeholders
Approve Bond Issue
A total of 2,166 freeholders
from an eligible list of 3,914 over-
whelmingly approved the four
bond issues totalling $1,644,000 at
a Miami Beach election last Tues-
day ii
The special bond issue will
cover a program of street paving
and expansion of sanitary sewer
and water systems as well as the
building of a $700,000 auditorium.
City officials said Tuesday
night that under favorable condi-
tions the bond issues might be
offered for sale by late June.
INF FLOWER DAY
SET FOR TOMORROW
Saturday evening and Sunday
have been proclaimed as the An-
nual Flower Day on behalf of the
Jewish National Fund. Zionist
volunteers will man posts in hotel
and theater lobbies, at street in-
tersections and in restaurants and
other meeting places.
Funds collected will be devoted
entirely to the work of JNF in
the purchase of land in Palestine.
Mr. Sam Prosterman is presi-
dent of the council sponsoring the
event. General chairman for
Flower Day is Mr. Samuel Sloan
with Mrs. I. Rosengarten as co-
chairman.
C.J.U. ORGANIZES,
TO
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SET FOR
Greater Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation will
break ground for its new home
Sunday at 2 p.m. on the location
of the property, corner of S. W.
12th ave. and 11th st. Cost of the
structure is estimated at $45,000
with construction scheduled for
May.
The Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation was organized about
three years ago and together with
its auxiliary has been devoting
its efforts to raising funds for the
new edifice to house the activi-
ties of the organization.
Hebrew school classes and Sun-
day school instruction are now
being held at the Riverside Ele-
mentary school and at the
AMVETS hall. Sabbath services
are held at the home of Rabbi
Simon April.
Acting as master of ceremonies,
Milton Weiner, chairman of the
building committee, will intro-
duce the guest speakers, Dr. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Israel, and Rabbi Aaron
Kahan of Brooklyn.
Rabbi Kaplan is president of
the Florida and the Miami Rab-
binical association. Rabbi Kahan
was a major in the last war and
has the distinction of being the
most decorated chaplain in World
War II.
An invocation preceding the
ceremony will be read by Rabbi
Simon April, who is spiritual
leader for the school. Edward
Siegel, president, and Murray
Shear, vice president of the jun-
ior congregation, will deliver
short addresses.
The honor of being the first to
turn a spade of soil will be auc-
tioned by H. M. Drevich, presi-
dent. Mrs. Dave Cleaver and
Mrs. Benjamin Sokoloff are in
charge of a reception to follow
the ceremonies.
Formation of a "Million Dollar
Club" composed of campaign
volunteers pledged to carry on
thr active solicition of prospects
until the minimum of a million
dollars has been raised for the
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal
was announced by Campaign
Chairman Stanley C. Myers as a
result of the enthusiastic response
of workers at a meeting Monday
at the Beach campaign headquar-
ters, 1660 Michigan ave.
Reports brought in boosted
the present campaign figure to
a total of $852,417, a jump of
$69,597 since the last report
meeting, and $103,017 more than
was raised in 1946 at the same
period, but $149,888 short of
the one million dollar mark,
according to Morris Klass, cam-
paign director.
With the 'Million Dollar Club'
members pledging to conduct an
intensive solicitation of those
cards not yet covered, we can
bring in this $149,888 within the
next four weeks," Mr. Klass told
the workers.
Mr. Myers also appointed a
"strategy committee" to meet wtih
him at lunch every Thursday to
I discuss methods of speeding up
the solicitation of key persons
whose pledges have not yet come
in. These meetings will replace
the report meetings held previ-
ously. Mr. Myers explained.
Named to the strategy commit-
tee were the, following campaign
leadership: Abraham Goodman,
Irving Frankel. Sam Lachman.
Joe Gardner. Harry A. Cornblum.
Max Orovitz, Wm. D. Singer,
David Phillips. Ned Sail. Herbert
Seher. Jacob Sher, Nat Hankoff,
Jack Ablin and Shepard Broad.
The volunteers at Monday's re-
port meeting witnessed a 20-min-
ute documentary film, "The Will
to Liv," depicting the day-to-day
life in displaced persons camps.
Paul Muni was the narrator.
Rabbi On Radio Program
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congre-
gation Beth David, will appear
on the "Eternal Light" hour,
national radio program heard
over Station WIOD Sunday
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Turkish Govt. Brands
Report "Fabricated"
ANKARA (JTA)The Turkish
government this week branded
"fabricated" a report which ap-
peared in a New York newspaper
that a pogrom in which "hundreds
of Jews were massacred" had
taken place in Urfa, a Turkish
town on the Syrian frontier.
"There is no truth whatsoever
in the fabricated report alleging
that a pogrom took place in Urfa,
or that hundreds of Jews were
murdered there," an official
statement issued to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency said.
Authoritative Turkish sources
stated that on the night of Jan.
31, a Jewish family in Urfa which
had become converted to Islam-
ism four months earlier was found
murdered. "The police are still
continuing their investigation to
discover the murderers who will
be placed on trial, but no other
incident has taken place at Urfa,"
the same sources assured the JTA.
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terJonallif Speaking
Parents Reveal Betrothal
Of Roslyn Geiserman
Miss Lucille Shlansky and
Miss Iris Abramson of New
York are spending the Pass-
over holidays with their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch-
ell Reiner Natalie Good-
man, Miami Beach, was one of
five honor students in the senior
class at Salem Academy, Win-
ston-Salem, N. C.
A luncheon for Mrs. Herman
Stein, of Cleveland, Ohio, was
given recently by Mr. Max
Korhman at the Roney Plaza.
Mrs. Stein is an organizer of
the women's national council
of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordon
and their daughters, Thea and
Judith, are among the guests at
the Sands hotel. They are ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schoenberg and their
sons, Herbert and Martin.
A farewell party was given
last week by Mr. and Mrs. H.
Spivack for Mr. and Mrs. Ab-
rams and Mr. and Mrs. M.
Sabow who have returned to
New York Mrs. Fritzie Lift-
man celebrated her birthday on
March 10.
Mr. and Mis. A. Finlev Binder
A MOS
AMERICAN TERRAZZO
& TILE COMPANY
1915 N. W. Miami Court
Phone 9-2112
and son, J. Louis, spent the
Passover holidays at the Royal
Palm hotel. They will leave
next week for their home in
Lynchburg, Va., for a short stay
before continuing to New York
to complete plans for their
European trip this summer.
Mrs. Alex Scott is planning a
welcome home party for Mrs.
Rose Levey who has just re-
turned from New Yoik v.
she attended the convention of
the Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society.
Mrs. Alan Maldever. the for-
mer Peggy Goldsmith, is visit-
ing her mother, Mrs. Dora Gold-
smith. She will be joined by
her husband on Sunday
. Leon Kronish Temple
Beth Sholom, is now recuperat-
ing at the Alton Road hospital
after a short illness.
Mrs. Elsie Kramer left las!
week for a short stay in New
York where she will visit her
daughter. On her return she
will move into her new h
at 2437 S. W. 13th st.
Among the guests at the Ver-
s hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Luna of Miami Miss
Myra Eidleweiss has returned
to New York after visiting her
cousin. Lucille Barton.
A lingerie shower will be
. by Mrs. Harold Stone for
her cousin, Eileen Alpert. v.
cement is announced this
week ... Mr. and Mrs. William
:nz left yesterday for
. home in Long
i.
ent ofthi
A thur .T. Seltzi i
; by Mr. and Mrs.
.; 5 G Party lasl
home, ';44 N. F.
26th st 1 '
and Mrs
: I. ng Island.
X V
II take place in
-. Mr. and Mrs
.. by Mrs.
nsky, aunt of the
from their
betrothal

The Alton Road hospital will
hold a blood collection day on
Thursday, April 17, when a
mobile unit of lhe Dade County
Blood Bank will be at the hos-
pital for this purpose. Appoint-
ments may be made by calling
5-6416.
FOR THE TIME CF ,,..*?
YO'uR^'llFE!
lr Th:
Beau-
    GREETINGS .
    PINE WINES
    Babij Parade
    Keith Allen, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Alvin C. Richter, was born
    on April 7 Steven Harold,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Rose Mur-
    ray, 30 N. W. 39th st. Arn-
    old Tippy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Norman Reinhard, 1018 Merid-
    ian ave. Charlene, daugh-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
    Weiner, 1877 N. W. 38th st-------
    Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Myron Weiss, Ft. Lauderdale.
    Parents Announce Troth
    Of Lois Jean Robinson
    No date has been set for the
    wedding of Lois Jean Robinson,
    whose engagement to Leonard
    Margolis, sun of Mr. and Mrs.
    Harry Mandel, 1020 S. W. Third
    St., was revealed recently by her
    parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Robin-
    son. Des Moines, Iowa.
    A student at the Northern Illi-
    :. >is (' illege of Optometry in Chi-
    Mr. Margolis is a pledge to
    Gamma Omega Phi fraternity.
    Miss Robinson attended the State
    University of Iowa, where she
    was a member of Zeta Beta Tau.
    Q What special ceremony
    which is observed for 49 days be-
    ams in the second night of Pass-
    iver?
    A. Counting Omer (S'Firat Ha-
    Omcr).
    SINCERE WISHES FOR
    A HAPPY PASSOVER
    ROBERT R. TAYLOR
    AND ASSOCIATES
    of the
    COUNTY SOLICITORS
    OFFICE
    Mendelson-Silverberq
    Nuptials In New York
    Miss Helen Marjorie Mendel*
    and Harold SilvorborEwcreT*
    ried March 30 at the C
    modore, New York City
    The daughter of Mrs. Mart.
    H. Mendelson and the late i
    hold S.Mendelson. New Yorkt:
    bride has been connected 2
    Morris Brothers and Q
    as buyer of jewelry and hj
    bags for the past year. Shek,
    graduate of C,.y College offe
    York and holds a master's deJ
    from New York University.
    For her wedding, Mrs. Silver
    berg chose a beige suit. m\
    blouse and rose hat, with bJ
    accessories. She carried a com*.
    of orchids. Her sister Seku
    Jean Mendelson. acted as maidtf
    honor and Gerson Silverbers
    his brother's best man.
    The bridegroom is the
    Mr. and Mrs. A. Silverberg tf 1
    Norwich. Conn A graduated
    Wharton school in Philadelphia
    he is a veteran of World War a
    having served with the infant!}
    in Italy and Germany,
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    Miami Hebrew School
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    Ground Breaking
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    fJenisti fkirndiicjiin
    PAGE THREE
    Mrs. Myers Elected
    To Head Miami NCJW
    M,s Stanley C. Myers will as-
    e her duties as president of
    I Miami chapter, National Council
    f Jewish Women, at a luncheon
    tailation on May 7. Others
    who will take
    office at that
    time include Mrs
    Aaron Farr, first
    vice president;
    Mrs. Joseph Wil-
    liamson, second
    vice president,
    and Mrs. Edward
    L. Cowen, third
    vice president.
    Mrs. Frank
    Weiss is financ-
    ial secretary;
    lj[:-s. William Capland, recording
    Secretary; Mis. Ben Essen, corre-
    Ispondini' secretary; Mrs. J. Ger-
    lald Lewis, auditor, and Mrs. Leo
    Cckerman. treasurer. Board
    Imembers are Mrs. Sydney L.
    Weintraub. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
    |jlrs. Moms Alpert and Mrs. Carl
    Wcinkle.
    The section's annual pledge
    luncheon will take place Monday
    L 12:30 p.m. in the Sea Isle
    hotel. This is the final fund
    taising affair of the season. Pro-
    :eeds will go to scholarships at
    University of Miami and
    Mexander Graham Bell oral
    jchool. Arrangements for the
    luncheon are being completed
    Tinder the direction of Mrs. Wil-
    liamson.
    Mrs. M\' is has played a domi-
    nant role in Jewish communal
    oft' Serving as an officer of the
    Ireater Miami Jewish Federation,
    lie is chairman of the women's
    .1 division of the current Corn-
    lined Jewish Appeal campaign.
    The Children's Service Bu-
    reau of Dade county will cele-
    brate its tenth birthday at an
    jannual meeting Monday, April
    ,4, 3:30 p.m.. in the YWCA.
    PASSOVER GREETINGS
    from
    |JACK F1SHMAN, President
    Bramlett Equipment
    and Supply Co., Inc.
    ciuipment. Furnishings and
    Supplies for Hotels
    Restaurants and Bars
    800 N. E. First Ave.
    PHONE 9-0618
    ncere
    eetinqs from .
    BOB MARTIN
    MARTIN'S
    DRUG STORE
    7070 Collins Avenue
    PHONE 6-2040
    Alpert-Goldstein
    Betrothal Announced
    The betrothal of Eileen "Joy"
    Alpert to Harold Goldstein was
    disclosed this week by her
    mother, Mrs. Betty Alpert, of
    1624 S. W. 20th st. A mid-sum-
    mer wedding is planned.
    The bride-elect is a student at
    the University of Miami, where
    she holds the office of chancellor
    of Iota Alpha Pi sororitv. She
    is active in Hillel and' Junior
    Hadassah, and is treasurer of
    Debbs chapter of B'nai B'rith
    Women.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gold-
    stein, 1611 S. W. 21st st.. her
    fiance is a graduate of Miami
    Beach High school. He was re-
    cently discharged in the rank of
    captain after four years in the
    Army air corps.
    Beach Butchers, Grocers
    Announce Summer Hours
    Kosher meat and poultry mar-
    kets on Miami Beach will follow
    their policy of last year in clos-
    ing every evening and all day
    Sunday for the summer months.
    Philip Romer, head of the Miami
    Beach Kosher Butchers Associa-
    tion, announced this week. The
    summer schedule becomes effec-
    tive Sunday, April 20.
    Falling in line with a similar
    arrangement this year will be all
    of Washington ave. grocery stores
    and food markets, joined by the
    majority of Greater Miami Beach's
    grocery stores and food markets
    Tony Friend, head of the com-
    mittee of merchants, stated that
    they will follow the same sched-
    ule announced for the butchers,
    with the exception of Saturday
    evenings when the markets will
    stay open to a later hour.
    That our children may live .
    give to the $500,000 building fund
    campaign of the South Florida
    Children's Hospital.
    IWV Auxiliary to Hold
    Flag Day Sale April 17
    Thursday, April 17, is Flag Day
    for the women's auxiliary of the
    Norman Bruce Brown Post. No.
    174. of Jewish War Veterans. On
    that day small national ensign
    pins will be s,J(| ,,n the streets of
    Miami and Miami Beach.
    Funds raised through the sale
    will be used for the benefit of
    hospitalized veterans in this area.
    One of the immediate projects oi
    the organization is the building
    >f a projection room at the Nau-
    tilus hospital.
    Mrs. Michael Iscnberg. chair-
    man, has asked for volunteers to
    assist in the street soliciting. Any
    interested persons may contact
    Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal. president
    at 4-7912.
    Q. Why is the ceremony of
    "Counting the Omer" observed'.'
    A. To commemorate the ancient
    offering of an Omer of barley
    which was brought to the Sanctu-
    ary on the second day of Pass-
    over and the counting of 49 days
    or seven complete weeks until
    the festival of Shabot. (Leviti-
    cus XXIII, 15-16).
    WANTED BY REFINED
    SETTLED WOMAN
    Room, bath, light housekeeping,
    or share liome in private family.
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    Dr. Walter Reynolds
    Dr. Daniel N. Home
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    NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS
    PSYCHIC MEDIUM
    will give you lucky days
    and numbers
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    HARMON. INC.
    Perfect Prints Promptly
    Blue PrintsBlack and White
    and Photostat Prints
    142 N. W. 2nd St.
    PHONE 3-5777
    PALLAS m ATHENA
    The Most Unique
    Restaurant In
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    Open Daily from
    11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M.
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    LUNCHEON MEETINGS
    RECEPTIONS BANQUETS WEDDINGS
    BALLROOMS ALSO AIR-CONDITIONED
    Phone Mr. Abrami3-2001For Reservation!
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    Drs. Max D. Augustine j
    AND
    Doran D. Zinner
    Three Ten Huntington Bldg., |
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    Miami Beach Office At
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    PHONES 58-2741-2
    Honor Samuel Friedland
    At Testimonial Dinner
    Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
    nity Center will tender a testi-
    monial dinner to its retiring presi-
    dent, Mr. Samuel Friedland.
    Thursday e v e -
    ninj;. April 17,
    at 6:30 p.m. in
    the social hall at
    the Center. Trib-
    ute i^ being paid
    in honor of his
    serving as head
    nf the synagogue
    the past (o u r
    years.
    Messages will
    be delivered by
    Joseph M. Rose,
    and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
    ual leader.
    Arrangements committee con-
    sists dl Isidore Goldberg, chair-
    man: Harry Bodenstein. William
    I. Feuer and Raymond Rubin.
    new president.
    The South Florida Children's
    Hospital is a community project.
    Do your part now by contribut-
    ing to the S500.000 building fund
    GREETINGS
    i;
    BECK'S GARAGE
    1132 15th Street
    Phone 5-1422
    MIAMI BEACH
    A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
    BILL'S MARKET
    "A Complete Food Store"
    1411 S. W. 17th Ave.
    PHONE 9-1285
    BILL SHANNON, Prop.
    Rabbi Simon April, Miami
    Hebrew School and Junior Con-
    gregation, will speak over Sta-
    tion WBAY Sunday at 2:45
    p.m. on the weekly program
    sponsored by the Greater Mi-
    ami Rabbinical association.
    MIAMI BEACH
    Better Class Listings On
    Oceanfront Properties. Hotels,
    Homes or Investments
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    General Repairs Tire Repairing
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    !
    Editorial
    NCRAC Urges Speedy
    Passage of FEPC Bill
    NEW YORK (WA)-Slita
    and House sponsors of bills call-
    ing for the prohibition of dis-
    EXPRESS YOUR SENTIMENTS
    Much has been said and written about the problem of the j
    European displaced persons in the two years since we wtori
    ously halted the march of the goose-steppmg J^.bjW*W
    conquerers. Yet, little has been done to alleviate the painand
    suffering of those who suffered most from the brutality of the
    Nazi hordes. ...... ,.
    It is now common knowledge that there are 850.000 dis-
    placed persons, 200.000 of them Jews, in toJbaMj*B^*W+
    persons who cannot return to the countries of their origin, per
    sons who are pleading but for a chance to renew their lives
    to work, to hope. And it is now just as oft-repeated that the
    countries of the world share a deep obligation towards re-
    habilitating these unfortunate victims. America should admix
    the DP's," "Palestine should be open to unlimited immigration.
    "The refugees are the collective responsibility of the Urn ea
    Nations" are the slogans shouted from our pu pits, are the
    headlines carried in our newspapers. But *e gateways to he
    democratic havens remain securely barred and ^migration
    barriers tightly shut. Yes, everyone talks about the refugees
    but nobody does anything about them.
    This week a step towards constructive action was taken by
    Representative W. G. Stratton of Illinois when he introduced
    into the House a bill which, if passed, would authorize the
    United States, during an emergency period, to undertake its
    fair share in the resettlement of displaced persons by permitting
    their admission into the United States in a number equivalent
    to a part of the total quota numbers unused during the war
    years." ,
    The bill was referred to the House Judiciary committee, but
    before long Congress will be called upon to vote on It. One
    good argument a Congressman can have for voting against
    a bill is that he believes that the majority of people are opposed
    to the leaislation. Public opposition to increased immigration
    has alreadv been vehemently voiced by such groups as the
    American Leqion. the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the UAH.
    And although many organizations have publicly advocated; PTA Postpones Meeting
    relaxina the immigration barriers, the consistent campaign of South Beach Elementary school
    those croups ooposed to the changing of the present immigra-
    tion set-up might give rise to the attitude that this is the will
    oi the majority.
    We know it's been said before, but we'd like to say it again.
    Write to vour Congressman today. Let the man on Capito
    Hill know how their* constituents feel about the matter. Let
    them know that we. Ameiicans. are prepared to act and ready
    to see that the tradition of human liberty is made real and
    living for the pitiful remnants who survived the Nazi war ol
    extermination.
    inc
    rimination in employment were
    urged bv the National Commu-
    nity Relations Advisory Council
    to fight for speedy enactment.
    Alma Silverman To Wed
    Murray Budner April 20
    Miss Alma Joy Silverman has
    chosen the National hotel as
    scene of her marriage to Murray
    Budner on April 20. The cere-
    mony will be held at 5 p.m.
    The bride-to-be is the daughter
    .f Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman.
    1108 Galloway rd.. South Miami.
    She attended school in New York
    ind Chicago and Is a member of]
    Delta Omega Iota sorority.
    The son of Mr. Hyman Budner.
    142 N W. 10th ave. the bride-
    attended City College of,
    Mew York.
    Yiddish Show On WINZ
    Yiddish Theater of the Air. a
    three-quarter-hour show, will be
    presented over Station WINZ
    Sunday from 10:15 until 11 a.m.
    Sidney Kurtz is the narrator.
    This wick's features are "Over-
    ture on Hebrew Themes Part II"
    by Serge Prokoieff; "Bardichiver
    Nigun" by Dave Penis and
    "Ipzikel Klezmer" by Seymour
    Recht
    JIWISM -rciEtRAPHK. W4.M
    rUxLtfadfatw
    a
    Between You and Me"
    By BORIS SMOLAR
    Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
    Parent-Teacher association has
    postponed its regular meeting un-
    til April 15 at 3:15 p.m. At this
    rime candidates for the coming
    :erm will be proposed and an
    in will take place.
    Girl Scouts, under the le
    -hip of Mrs. L. Sugarman, will
    ntertain members with a short
    skit.
    MORE LAND
    Micrnv will participate in the annual Flower Tag Day of
    the Jewish National Fund to be observed throughout the country
    this week-end. ,
    Those who are close to the picture are fully aware of the
    part the land purchases, for which these funds are used, played
    in the development of Palestine. Of greater import is the
    realization that the dunams of land made available through
    the INF saved thousands of lives and fortified the future of the
    Zionis" cause.
    Had the Jewish National Fund ample funds twenty-odd years
    aqo to purchase land many of the grief-filled pages of Jewish
    history could have been eliminated.
    Jews throughout the world contributed more than S6,775,000
    for the establishment of colonies in Palestine durina the five-
    month period from October. 1946, through February, 1947, accord-
    ing to an announcement by the Jewish National Fund. This
    constitutes an increase of 62 per cent over the corresponding
    period In 1945.
    The United States tops the list with a contribution of more
    than S5.278.000, a fiqure representing 78 per cent of the total.
    Second was Palestine with approximately S356.000. or 5.3 per
    cent, and following closely was Great Britain with S303.400 and
    South Africa with S202.800. Next in order of contributors were
    Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Australia and Mexico.
    The fund purchased 17,067 dunams '4,267 acres1, durina the
    five months, and established 23 settlements. Nine of these
    were in the Negev and four in Southern Judea.
    Do your part in making Flower Day a success.
    Fratority Holds Dance
    Tickets have gone on sale for
    he dance to he given by Temple .
    Beth Shol V I irity at Munici-|0f the problem
    pal Pier, Miami Beach, Saturday, '
    April 19. Entire proceeds of the
    will be turned over to the
    bined Jewish Appeal
    Tickets at SI 50 are being sold
    by n-,i if the club and may
    be purchased .>' the door.
    * Jen 1st fhrSdiairi
    Published every Friday since 1927
    by The Jewish Flondi.m at 120 N. E.
    Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida. En.
    ted as second-class matter July .
    193C. at the Post Office of Miami.
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    The Jewish Flcridian has absorbed
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    VOLUME 20 NUMBER 15
    Friday. April 11. 1947
    NISAN 21,
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
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    U. N. TRENDS:
    Important members of the U. S.
    Senate are studying the Palestine
    issue in connection with its being
    brought before the United Na-
    tions They are eager to learn
    more details of the problem, since
    the United States will play a
    dominant role at the United Na-
    tions on the Palestine problem.
    . Incidentally, Senator Vanden-
    bergthe strong man on the
    American delegation at the United
    Nationsdoes not seem enthusi-
    astic about the fact that Britain
    rred the Palestine issue to
    'the United Nations ... He thinks
    | that partition is the best solution
    . He does not
    believe that the admission of
    100.000 Jews to Palestine will
    solve the problem, even tempo-
    rarily Latin American diplo-
    mats at the United Nations indi-
    cate that they will follow the
    line of the United States on the
    Palestine issue Differences
    of opinion on Palestine have re-
    sulted in a split in the ranks of
    the Agudas Israel organization.
    . The formation of a new group
    under the name of the United
    Agudas Israel has been an-
    nounced Two important meet-
    ings of American Zionist leaders
    were hold this week in connection
    with the forthcoming special ses-
    sion of the United Nations .
    The result of decisions adopted
    at these meetings will soon be
    felt The American Friends
    >f the Hebrew university and the
    new Zionist group which was
    formed recently by Dr. Israel
    Wechsler to raise funds in this
    country for the Hebrew univers-
    ity will soon announce their
    i There has been much
    dissension between the two
    groups, but the board of directors
    of the Hebrew university straight-
    ened out matters at its meeting
    in New York last week .
    IPINSKY,

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    THE DOMESTIC SCENE:
    The vicious "Communist smear"
    against Jews is increasing in the
    South and on the West Coast -
    Anti-Semitic propagandists there
    are utilizing current anti-Com-
    munist sentiments to drum up
    hatred of the Jews Bigots
    in other parts of the United States
    are also adding to the confusion.
    . Significant is the fact that
    Senator Reynolds' Nationalist
    party mailing list has come into
    the possession of the recently
    formed American Anti-Commu-
    nist association Former Gov-
    ernor Earle of Pennsylvania was
    recently reported to have re-
    signed as president of the organi-
    zation ... On the other hand,
    Jewish organizations combatting
    anti-Semitism note a sharp i
    cline in anti-Semitic organiati
    al activity
    The situation regarding m
    Semitism on an individual I
    is wholly different
    Jewish talk among
    has increased, while discrii
    tion in education, business
    industry continues to be a :
    problem Restrictions at
    Jews at resorts and
    velopments is as tangible as i
    ... In the opinion of Jewish i
    vestigators, Gerald L. K. Sm
    is on the verge of
    bankruptcy ... He has re
    become associated with
    W. Armstrong of Natchez.
    who publishes anti-Semitic:
    terial on an extensive scale, I
    cipally out of Fort Worth. .1
    This month Smith publisbdj
    reprint of "The Internati
    Jew." that scurrilous work
    pudiated by Henry Ford Ml
    ago Smith is reported ea
    hoping for some sort of
    action against him by the I
    organization, in anticipation!
    he will thus gain wide ""
    . Los Angeles City Cou
    McClanahan was recalled
    constituency for support^ <
    aid Smith .Onthewlr-
    majority of the anti-
    groups throughout the
    are reported to be losing I
    . New groups are poorlyj
    ported and appear to
    appreciable effect
    languish or fade away corJ
    ly But Jews must IJ
    lulled into any false gj;
    cur.ty Economic Pol 1
    social factors are closely
    woven with the flugj
    anti-Semitic organ-aWil""
    .ties These fag*
    way of changing suddenly.
    THE PALESTINE |C*J
    With Palestine bocom.nl
    je for the United
    and more books on Pales ]
    - Pub"Shi Sst. ,
    weeks 1UC. ..oPhmdi
    Hartley C Crums JgP
    Silken Curtain P^,
    Simon and SchusW
    author, who was one
    ican members oi ^
    American m^9^U
    Palestine, reviewi*
    the committee nd
    phere in which the ^
    was made dispiaced"
    the question of the aw.
    in Europe is a"
    integ
    tWt!
    rhe'Palestineiqgjj
    Palestine, he su%be*i
    United States sho^^
    P,ay itt r0l!nell *""
    with more mtei
    justice"


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    FRIDAY, APRIL 11. 1947
    * Jewish fkrikBUMi
    B'nai B'rith District
    Lodges Plan Convention
    More than 400 delegates, rep-
    resenting B'nai B'rith lodges of
    the fifth district will attend the
    annual convention in Miami
    Beach June 7-10.
    Lou Heiman, district first vice
    president, heads the local com-
    mittee now completing a sched-
    ule of events for the four-day
    conclave. He is assisted by Sam
    Silver, Al Pallot, C. R. Jacob-
    son, Marx Feinberg and Mrs.
    Delia Goldman of Sholem lodge,
    and Walter Kovner, Dave Isen,
    Harold Turk, Mrs. Tillie Rosen-
    thai and Mrs. Anne Kaufman of
    the Beach lodge.
    Beach Home for Aged
    Auxiliary Ends Season
    Officially closing the season's
    activities, the Miami Beach Wom-
    en's Auxiliary to the Home for
    the Aged has invited Rabbi Col-
    man Zwitman as guest speaker at
    their final meeting at the Na-
    tional hotel Tuesday, April 15, at
    1:30 p.m.
    The musical program for the
    afternoon, arranged by Mrs. Benj.
    Sherry, president, will include a
    group of piano selections by Larry
    Diskin.
    Beach BPW Charters
    Show Boat for Cruise
    Miami Beach Hadassah Busi-
    ness and Professional Women
    have chartered the Show Boat for
    a moonlight cruise on Biscayne
    Bay Sunday, April 20, at 8 p.m.
    The boat will leave from the
    docks at Fifth st. and the Cause-
    way.
    Tickets may be purchased at
    the boat or from Edyth Fleischer,
    chairman, at 5-4459.
    PAGE FIVE
    Rabbi Shapiro to Lead
    Beach Zionist Symposium
    Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congrega-
    tion Beth David, will be modera-
    tor for a symposium to be spon-
    sored by the Miami Beach Zionist
    district at 8 o'clock Thursday eve-
    ning.
    Representatives of Zionist
    groups which will participate in-
    clude Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
    Mizrachi; Mrs. Max Shapiro,
    Kadimah, Pioneer Women; Harry
    Simonoff, General Zionists, and
    Hyman Sootin, Religionists.
    The Sisterhood of Congrega-
    tion Beth Jacob will appoint a
    nominating committee at its
    next regular meeting Tuesday.
    April 15, at 8 p.m. in the syna-
    gogue.
    To Jewry Everywhere
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    Haganah Boys Club Has
    Post-Passover Supper
    A post-Passover supper will be
    given by the Haganah Boys club
    tomorrow evening at 6:30 p.m. at
    Temple Beth Sholom. Abe Weiss
    will sing his original song, "The
    Great Heart," in memory of
    Franklin Roosevelt.
    Heading the list of speakers is
    Ronald M. Ansin, president, and
    Advisors Abe Weiss and Roslyn
    Drosd.
    Bracelets To Be Awarded
    To BBG Debate Winners
    Bracelets adorned with the
    Menorah symbol will be awarded
    to winners in the B'nai B'rith
    Girls debate contest now being
    conducted by Rose chapter.
    The semi-finals will be held this
    Sunday and Thursday with finals
    on April 27 at the National Hotel
    auditorium. It is planned to make
    the project an annual event.
    UNVEILINGS
    The unveiling of a monument
    to the memory of the late Sabina
    Schifres, of 535 N. W. Fifth ave.,
    will take place Tuesday, April 15,
    at 2 o'clock at Mt. Sinai ceme-
    tery. Arrangements are in charge
    of Sidney H. Palmer, Miami
    Monument Co. Friends and rela-
    tives are requested to attend.
    The Women's club of Work-
    men's Circle Branch 692 will
    hold a supper and entertain-
    ment Sunday, April 20, at 6:30
    p.m. at the Lyceum, 25 Wash-
    ington ave.
    Life Insurance Eltatet
    Authoritatively Programmed
    NAT GANS
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    907 Biscayne Bldg.
    Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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    Continuous Courteous Service
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    Company
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    The next meeting of the Mi-
    ami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge
    on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. at the
    Beach YM&WHA will feature
    a review of Laura Z. Hobson's
    new novel, "Gentlemen's Agree-
    ment," by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein.
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    Kosher Meat and
    Poultry Markets
    ON MIAMI BEACH
    WILL CLOSE EVERY SUNDAY DURING
    THE SUMMER MONTHS EFFECTIVE
    Sun. April 20th
    AND
    Washington Avenue and Leading
    Greater Miami Beach Grocery
    Stores and Food Markets
    HAVE MUTUALLY AGREED TO CLOSE
    EVENINGS AT SEVEN O'CLOCK AND ALL
    DAY SUNDAY, Effective Same Date.
    MIAMI BEACH KOSHER BUTCHERS ASS'N
    BEACH FOOD MARKETS COMMITTEE
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    PAGE SIX
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    FRIDAY,_APRiL U, i94?
    HauiU o$ WxMMfi
    CONGREGATION BEtS^ACOB.^oi 311 Washington ave..
    Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Lou D. teaer
    Passover service Friday at 6:30 p.m. and[FridayjbM fggfi*
    mornings at 6:30 and 8:30 am. Rabbi Mescheloff will preacn
    "Break Ye No Bone" on Friday morning and Sat urday nu ra *
    Yiskor memorial services. Cantor Feder will chan
    Mr S. I. Friedman will conduct the weekly Bible servici
    study at 5 p.m. Saturday. Mincha at 8:15.
    BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid a/e.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
    E' FrffirSo'mtog services. 8:30 o'clock Mincha <^>*Pi
    followed bv Maariv. R:ibbi Rackovsky will preach at all F'.-".\ ;
    services. Saturday fi.st minyon, 6:30 a.m : secondI minyon
    Yizkor services. Mincha. 5 p.m. The rabbi w ill disi uss
    of the week. Daily services. 7 to 8 a.m. Even
    p.m.. followed bv a study of Mishna. Minch i
    followed by a class in the study of the laws MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
    17ih ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. rrniiir will
    Passover service Friday mornim
    take as his theme for the latter days ot Passov.
    Song of Songs." preaching Friday morning
    Jov" and Saturday on the theme "Song Sad Min.
    6:30 p.m. Sunday school. 10:30 a.m. Dailj ana
    and 6:30 p.m.
    CONSERVATIVE
    CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
    Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches.
    The concluding days I P ssover will be ushered in rhu
    evening at 6:30 o'clock Ra bi S I Canl
    officiate. Friday morning. Rev Kalman Sha]
    rabbi will be guest speaker and will discuss thi
    over Offering." Student will tak
    at 10:30 o'clock. Yiskor or Memoi es will be i
    morning at 1030 o'clock Preceding th< Rabbi
    Shapiro will speak on the subjeel "We Livi With M
    MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
    Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldnng; Samuel
    Sloan, executive director.
    Seventh dav Passi ver. Friday. April 11 Si
    p.m. Sermon I | I Rabbi Lei i A Future
    Eighth day Passover, Saturday servici 19 a.m. Rabbi Leh
    will preach on "Lost We Forget. A M Sermon. %-
    services, 10:30 a.m. K 6:30 p.m Cantor Jacob 1
    Goldring and the Center choir offii ti IP
    Palestine Relief Agency
    Gets Clothing Collected
    At Hadassah Benefit
    Sweal
    all wearing apparel I
    ntly required
    estine Suppl Mrs'
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    each Friday at 11 a.m. and
    Sunday at 10 a.m. The pro-
    gram is arranged and managed
    by Joseph Schechter. who also
    acts as announcer. Mr. Schedu-
    ler was a member of the staff
    of the New York Station WBNX
    for 14 years.
    The South Florida Child, ,
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    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
    Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
    Rabbi Kronish will conduct and Cantor Keli
    musical portions ol Fridaj
    *nd Fridaj 18:15 Sun fieri
    service. 10 43
    REFORM
    TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
    Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
    Memoi '
    ice, 8:15 p.i Ra Zwit "4 Qui >1
    i Cups. 4 Fre Saturda; rning
    service at 11 a.m.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
    Rabbi David Raab.
    Friday evening
    "The Bless rig Freedoi ; ices Sunda;
    and evening.
    JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
    Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
    Friday evening service, Rabbi Kaufman will conduct,
    on "The Song of Songs" Mr 11 Goldsmith will I
    Oneg Shabbat. following the services, in honor of hi Mrs
    Menschel. Saturday morning Passover service .it 10 a.m
    memorial service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning religi ius sch
    10:30 a.m.
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    MEMORIAL CEREMONY
    HONORING THE MEMORY OF
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Guest Speaker:
    HONORABLE CLAUDE PEPPER
    United States Senator
    Saturday. April 12. 1947 At 8:00 P. M.
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    FBiDAY. APRIL 11. 1947
    T^
    Sholem Lodge Members
    To Attend 'Movie Night'
    Ask the first friend you meet"
    is the slogan adopted by Sholem
    lodge of B'nai B'rith in their
    membership drive which began
    0n April 1 and will continue
    through the month.
    T]U. first large party in the
    campaign will be a membership
    movie night to be held Tuesday
    at 8:15 P m. at Temple Israel, 137
    N. E. 19th St. Members and pros-
    pects will be entertained with an
    early Charlie Chaplin comedy,
    "The Immigrant."
    Other pictures which will be
    shown are "Personality Parade,"
    with Jimmy Fidler; boxing shows
    with Louis vs. Godoy, and Baer
    vs. Galento, and Football Thrills
    of 1946.
    Col. Michael Isenberg, chair-
    man of the membership commit-
    tee, has revealed that gold me-
    nor'ah pins will be awarded to
    membei s who add 10 or more new
    names to the Sholem lodge roster.
    Marx Feinberg and Charles Ja-
    cobson are now leading.
    Congregation Beth Jacob
    Names Satin President
    Mr. Louis J. Satin was selected
    president of Congregation Beth
    Jacob. Miami Beach, at its annual
    n last Sunday night. Re-
    elected as vice presidents were
    Mr. Harry Wasserman and Martin
    Genet. Dr. Maurice Klein and
    Dr. Irwin Makovsky complete the
    list. Ii ving Genet was named
    tary and Marcie Liberman,
    irer.
    Mr. Satin has been a resident
    of Miami Beach since 1924 as a
    retired jewelry merchant, and
    has served as an active leader in
    many civic and communal organi-
    zations. He served as president
    of a New York congregation for
    14 years.
    HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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    Variety of Activities
    Scheduled for Members
    Of Young Judea Council
    Miss Lucille Yagoda, publicity
    chairman of the Greater Miami
    Young Judea Council, announces
    that approximately 20 members
    will participate in the Jewish Na-
    tional Fund Tag Day which be-
    gins on the evening of April 12.
    Member ,-lubs of the council
    are planning a series of varied
    activities for the next B<
    months. Beersheba Young Ju-
    deans will erect a model Pales-
    tine village, make book-marks
    and correspond with children
    from Pale.-'me. A Passovi r play
    written by two of Ms me
    Myron Golub and Don Herman!
    was presented this week.
    Several groups aie publishing
    papers. Maccabees, led by SI in-
    ley Wallman, are not only writing
    articles but are making a clay
    relief map of Palestine. B'nai
    B'rith is also prepai ing a publica-
    tion, under the leadership of
    Natalie Frankel and Celia Dobrin.
    Aside from leading Chalutzim,
    gaged in organizing three new
    gaged in organizinge tine new-
    groups in Miami at Temple Beth
    David. One of these has already
    been formed, consisting of boys
    and girls from VI to 14 years oi
    age. Their leader will be Esthei
    Shimniel. Another new boys'
    group was formed under the lead-
    ership of Joe Pardo.
    PAGE SEVEN
    Norman Bruce Brown Post
    No. 174 of Jewish War Veterans
    will open its membership drive
    at the regular meeting Monday
    evening in the Talmud Torah,
    1545 S. W. Third st. The cam-
    paign is under the direction of
    Nat Brown, commander, and
    Sidney Needleman. vice com-
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    en's auxiliary of Sholem lodge,
    B'nai B'rith. Installation cere-
    monies for Mrs. Katz and the
    other ( fficers chosen will lake
    place in May.
    The leaders who will assist her
    e Mrs. D. Silver, first vice presi-
    dent; Mrs. Nat st.auss. second
    vice president; Mrs. Harold Hand
    recording secretary; Mrs. Abe
    Aronovitz, corresponding secre-
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    Elected to the executive board
    were Mesdames Milton Friedman.
    John Kronenfeld, Sam Silver,
    Jerome Weinkle, Max Bergman,
    N. D. Jacobs. Frank Tabak, Sid-
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    PAGE EIGHT
    +Jewish florldlM
    FRIDAY, APRIL
    H, 1947



    >'



    Linen Shower Features
    Beach Hadassah Meeting
    "April Showers" is the motif
    of the regular meeting of Miami
    Beach Hadassah at the Ritz Plaza
    hotel at 1:30 p.m. Monday. In an
    effort to help the work of the
    Palestine Supplies Depot, mem-
    bers will bring clothing and
    linens or the funds to purchase
    them.
    Mrs. Isidore Newman, chair-
    man of the project, said that only
    new clothing will be accepted, a
    step which she explained was ab-
    solutely necessary since the gift
    of new wearing apparel to a
    refugee is more than a mere act
    of charity.
    In addition to clothing, she re-
    quested that sheets, towels and
    pillow cases be donated to help
    equip the new wing of the Roths-
    child Medical Center at Mt.
    Scopus, Palestine.
    Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Tem-
    ple Beth Sholom, will appear as
    guest artist.
    The Children's Service bureau
    of Dade county will celebrate
    its tenth birthday at the annual
    meeting Monday, April 14, 3:30
    p.m., at the YWCA, 108 N. E.
    First ave.
    Beach 'Y' Committee
    Nominates Officers
    Carl Weinkle was chosen to
    serve his second term as presi-
    dent of the Miami Beach YM&-
    WHA following recommendations
    of the nominating committee.
    Officers who will also serve are:
    Vice presidents. George Bertman.
    Archie Brick, Samuel Rivkind.
    S. W. Shapiro: recording secre-
    tary, Leo Huberman: financial
    secretary, Mrs. Carl Susskind:
    corresponding secretary, Mis. E.
    J. Weinstein, and treasurer. Mil-
    ton Sirkin.
    Board of directors chosen for a
    one-year term are Dr. M B
    Cirlin, Joseph Rambam. and liv-
    ing Frankel; for a two-year term,
    Nat Hankoff, and for a three-
    year term: Joseph Berman. Sam-
    uel Friedland. Abe Goodman.
    Max Meisel. Miss Edith Schul-
    man, Monte Selig :>nd Mrs. David
    Walterman.
    Members of the nominating
    committee are Joseph Rambam.
    chairman: Judge Joseph Berman.
    Mrs. Leo Chaikm. Mrs. Benjamin
    Goldstein. David Isen, S. W. Sha-
    piro and Mrs. Nat L. Williams.
    Debate Contest Winners
    To Visit Capital April 20
    George L. Strehlke. Jr.. and
    Darryl McCall, winners of the
    B'nai B'rith citizenship award in
    a city-wide debate contest, will
    leave April 20 for a six-day stay
    in Washington. The boys are
    students at Ponce de Leon High
    school. ,
    They will be accompanied by
    their debate coach. Mrs. Herberta
    Ann Leonardy, and will visit
    Senators Claude Pepper and Spes-
    sard L. Holland and Representa-
    tive George W. Smathers.
    George J. Talianoff. Florida
    regional director of the Anti-
    Defamation league, will be
    guest speaker at the regular
    meeting of the Greater Miami
    chapter of the Jewish Consump-
    tive Relief society, Monday,
    8:15 p.m. at 25 Washington
    Lauderdale Temple Scene
    Of Jewish Music Concert
    Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauder-
    dale. will sponsor a concert of
    modem and traditional Jewish
    music Sunday evening, April 20,
    at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Jacob Yehudi
    Goldring of the Miami Beach
    Jewish Center will be the fea-
    tured guest artist
    The entire program is under the
    direction of Joseph Schreibman.
    pianist, who will play his organ
    selection "Prelude on a Hebraic
    Theme." Miss Marian D. Cohen,
    coloratura soprano, will also ap-
    pear.
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    The Sisterhood of Congregation
    Beth David will meet in the syna-
    gogue auditorium Wednesday,
    April 16, at 1:30 p.m., at which
    time a nominating committee will
    be appointed by Mrs. Joseph J.
    Bermann. president.
    Mrs. Bernice Sterling will re
    port results of the napkin project
    and Mrs. Sam August will pre-
    sent a report on the recent car-
    nival.
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    "The Veteran" will be the sub-
    ject of a talk by Dr. Jess V.
    Cohn, psychiatrist, for members
    of the Jewish War Veterans
    auxiliary of Miami Beach Wed-
    nesday, April 16, at 8:30 p.m. in
    the American Legion home, 1828
    Alton rd.
    The program was arranged by
    the committee consisting of Miss
    Freda Shifman. Mrs. Julius Osh-
    lag and Mrs. Henry Idar. It has
    been announced that the group
    will continue its work through-
    out the 6ummer.
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    FRIDAY
    APRIL 4, 1947
    * hwist FBorkUam
    PAGE NINE
    T ]
    ing to the national
    Conform i nB women's di-
    ISffftt? American Jewish
    fes tH- Miami Beach, Miami
    EXtber chapters have joined
    rJSS G-'eater Miami
    omen's division.
    I The function of the newly cre-
    Ud grouP is to coordinate and
    rtaa clearing bureau.between
    Sc chapters. A calendar of a
    fiLties within each branch will
    ?S and all membership and
    if 5 raising projects will be
    fcated through this central
    fofiicers were elected at the
    L n..f Garden at a special
    fen loth.- ,-int boards. Mrs.
    L Glass.r was named presi-
    r Others who will serve with
    Tar" Mrs- Joseph Fine Miss
    Era Goldcnbcrg and M. Leon-
    id Barr vice presidents; Mis.
    L Weiss, treasurer; Mrs. Mark
    Uplan. financial secretary; Mrs.
    gmjamin Zimmerman, reco.d-
    t secretary; Mrs. Joseph Mon-
    tis corresponding secretary and
    Irs.' Rose Weiss and Mrs. Sam
    Irosterman, trustee*.
    [policies will be formulated by
    L divisional board which is
    Lprised of the president and
    |ie member of each chapter.
    Mrs. Earl Watkins of the Cen-
    tral school faculty will review
    Ktnneth Roberts' new novel.
    "Lydia Bailey." for the Ladies'
    (Luxiliary of the Jewish Com-
    munity Center of Hollywood on
    Wednesday at 8:15 p.m.
    NCJW Concludes Fund
    Raising Program With
    Luncheon. Fashion Show
    Concluding its fund-raising pro-
    gram for the season, the Miami
    chapter of National Council for
    Jewish Women, will hold an anr
    nual pledge luncheon at the Sea
    Isle hotel, 12:30 p.m. Monday.
    Highlight of the afternoon will
    be a fashion show by Funnette,
    a designer. The show will be
    directed by Mrs. Edward Walter-
    man, assisted by Mrs. Hal Meyers.
    Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, program
    chairman, has promised an array
    of professional entertainment.
    Proceeds of the affair will be
    used for scholarships at the Uni-
    versity of-Miami and the Alex-
    ander Graham Bell Oral school
    for pre-school deaf and hard of
    hearing children.
    Reservations may be made by
    calling Mrs. Frank Weiss, 5-6312.
    Warsaw Memorial Rally-
    Date Changed to May 4
    The date of the Warsaw Ghetto
    Memorial rally, originally set for
    April 27, has been changed to
    May 4 in order not to conflict
    with the state convention of the
    Bureau of Jewish Education.
    The Greater Miami Black Book
    Provisional committee, which is
    .sponsoring the ceremony at Bay-
    front park, has issued a call for
    a conference at the Strand restau-
    rant Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
    at which time plans will be com-
    pleted.
    Tentative speakers for the rally
    are Mr. B. Z, Goldberg, column-
    ist of "The Day," who has re-
    cently returned from a year's
    tour of Europe, the USSR and
    Palestine, and Mr. S. Almazov,
    national director of the Black
    Book committee.
    Iq In what special manner did
    lr forefathers in Palestine ob-
    ve Passover?
    |A. The Jewish farmers from all
    irts of Palestine used to make
    [pilgrimage to the Temple in
    krusalem during the Passover
    fctival.
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    intention to be candidates for the
    Miami Beach city council.
    Incumbents began qualifying in
    the office of City Clerk C. W.
    Tomlinson. The election will be
    held June 3.
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    A. "Four Cups" of wine which
    every member of the family who
    participates in the Seder service
    is obliged to drink during the
    .services at the places indicated in
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    The unveiling of a memorial to
    the memory of the late Mrs. Bluma
    Sarowitz of 9817 N. Miami ave.,
    will take place Sunday at 1 p.m.
    in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi
    Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth
    David, will officiate. Arrange-
    ments are in charge of Sidney H.
    Palmer of the Miami Monument
    Co.
    Rabbi Max Kaufman. Jewish
    Community Center, Hollywood,
    will speak on Sunday over Sta-
    tion WINZ from 1:30 to 1:50
    p.m. He will read some f the
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    PAGE TEN
    +Jewl$tflcrl(Jfo_
    FRIDAY. APRIL
    By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
    (This is the second of two articles on Jewish Wit and Humor.)
    Simpleton Stories
    A pupil asked the "melamed": -What causes people to become
    drunk?" The melamed explained: "Normally the good and evil
    spirits of man are situated to the right and left ins.de of the person.
    One does not come in contact with the other, but when the bell)
    is filled with strong drink the spirits come in contact with one an-
    other and the balance is disturbed. Hence the person be
    drunk."
    "Why then." asked the pupil, "doesn't one become drunK on
    filling the belly with water?"
    "Simpleton!" retorted the teacher. "How in the world can one
    become drunk from plain water?"
    A pupil aske dthe melamed
    what makes rain. He was ex-
    plained: "The clouds are like
    sponges; they go down and ab-
    sorb water from the ocean and
    when they rise again the wind
    shakes them and knocks them
    together and presses the water out
    of them, and it comes down as
    rain." ..
    "How do you know it is so.
    asked the pupil- "Fool." cried the
    melamed, "don't you see the rain
    coming down?"
    .
    A Batlan who spends all his
    time in the synagogue while his
    wife keeps a little store to sup-
    port the family was called on
    Friday to relieve her for a short
    time to permit her to prepare the
    Saturday meals. When she re-
    turned she found her husband
    absorbed in a book and a Cossack
    stuffing his pockets with
    Gevald. shlumiel!" cried the
    woman, "don't you see the Cos-
    -. :s a Ganov!"
    If vou would behold, an-
    Batlan "a Cossack
    ..rig a page of Talmud with
    rprise. bu\
    a natural
    they all

    (it. Shrr.yo Bat-
    ng th nl ->
    -It is really
    - t"is fireu to
    iole town, other-
    how could the firemen see
    in the darkness how to extinguish
    the fire?"

    A voung man having a very
    low I.Q. was taken first
    time to visit a prospective bride
    The Shadchan instructed h
    keep quiet and not to say a word
    "If you open your mouth." he
    warned him. 'you will be found
    out." At the table the young
    man overheard the guests whis-
    pering: one said: "This boy must
    be a philosopher bed in
    meditation:" another said: "He
    may be a poet day-drean
    another man declared: "That boy
    is a natural born fool, afraid to
    open his mouth."
    "Reb Shadchan." called out the
    boy, "let's go, they know it al-
    ready."
    .
    A rabbi asked a rich member
    of his congregation for a loan.
    The member refused and justi-
    fied himself by saying: "In your
    last sermon you stated that taking
    interest is synonymous with
    murder."
    "But," said the rabbi. "I ask
    for a loan without lnteresl
    Gemilath Chesed."
    "In that case." replied the mem-
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    :de."
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    ,s a simpler way for refuting
    loan. Because unlike English
    where two negatives make a posi-
    tive, in Yiddish two positives
    make a negative. A asked for a
    loan of one hundred dollars. B
    answered: "Yen, yen.

    Jew vs. lew
    A Polish Jew picked a quarrel
    with a Litvak. The Pollack
    stormed, raged and hollered. The
    Litvak paid no attention and kept
    ouiet. The Pollack became ex-
    asperated and cried: "You pig of
    a Litvak. there is a cross in your
    head.....I" that ca8e- rt'P,K*d
    the Litvak. "do^iot kiss me on
    the head." .
    \Vhv do you call a LitvaK
    Tzeilom Kopf?" asked a son of
    his Galician father. "Becau
    actually has a cross in his heaa.
    answered the father. "How can
    vou prove it?" Open his skull
    and convince yourself," was the
    answer. "But suppose the skull
    is opened and no cross is t..und.
    S i what, there will be one Litvak
    irld!"
    .
    Holiday Jokes
    On Purim at the completion or
    the reading of the Megillah, the
    town lunatic mounted the pulpit
    and announced: "All those who
    to die in the month of
    who die in Nissan
    go straight to heaven) please take
    notice, that it is time to get sick."

    On Simchas Torah, from the
    syn ig igue emerges a long-beard-
    ed Jew, tallis still over his shoul-
    ders, hat pushed back, a bottle of
    schnapps in his hands, meander-
    ing in the middle of the street.
    A cow became frightened at the
    unfamiliar sight of the Jew, low-
    ered her head and picked up the
    Jew with her horns and began
    running wildly. The Jew sobered
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    Yidden. help! I am taking a ride
    on a holiday!"

    Rabbis
    A rabbi summoned a tailor one
    Sunday and ordered a Capote.
    He asked the tailor to be sure
    and have it ready before next
    Saturday. The Capote, as usual.
    was not ready in time. When the
    tailor delivered the garment, the
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    FHJDAY. APRIL^_1947.
    +Je*lsli fhrlrflnn
    Children's Hospital
    j Drive Opens Today
    Morc than 1.000 men and worn-
    Jf the Greater Miami area are
    Kpine doorbells today in the
    gX o' the ?Uth F1rida
    rhildrcn's Hospital.
    The campaign, which begins to-
    Lv and ends April 30. is de-
    nned to raise $500,000 to com-
    loletc and put into operation the
    institution, in Schenley Park.
    west of Cral Gables.
    I The turn-out of volunteer
    workers was gratifying to Robert
    Utland. Jr.. president of the
    (institution and general chairman
    Jot the campaign.
    Tn 1941 the hospital buildinp
    was started, but construction was
    |halted because of the war. The
    lvalue of the uncompleted build-
    |na is approximately $100,000
    I When in operation the hospital
    Ljii be dedicated to the care of
    children up to 17 years of age
    Ceeardless of color, race or re-
    Eton.______________
    feanroma Will Appear
    "in Final University
    Concert of Season
    Jesus Maria Sanroma, Puerto
    Rican pianist, will appear as
    Lest artist on Sunday and Mon*
    Havwith the University of Miami
    ivmphonv orchestra, under the
    traction of Modeste Alloo. The
    Concerts, marking the closing of
    lie 1946-47 season, will be pre-
    jented in the Miami Senior High
    ichool auditorium Sunday at 4:30
    km. and Monday at 8:30 p.m.
    At the age of 13 Sanroma was
    lent by the government of Puerto
    hico to Boston to study at the
    flew England Conservatory of
    Susie, after which he continued
    lis musical education with Antoi-
    nette Szumowska in Boston. Later
    Jewas a student of Artur Schna-
    and Alfred Cortot.
    J Two years after his debut in
    1924. he appeared with Serge
    loussevitzky and the Boston sym-
    Ihony and since then has made
    Toncert tours throughout the
    [ontinent and the United States.
    Information Wanted
    Information is being sought of
    the whereabouts of Stanford
    Bernhard on behalf of his wife,
    Sonya, and minor son, Richard
    born in 1940. Mr. Bernhard has
    been living apart from his family
    since the latter part of Mav. 1946.
    Since then he has not sent any
    funds for their support so that
    '.hey have been in need. Mrs.
    Bernhard is anxious to establish
    ontact with her husband in order
    o determine his future plans and
    ;ntentions toward her and the
    hild. Stanford Bernhard was
    >orn on Dec. 8. 1916, in New York
    "ity, is 5 ft, 6 in. tall, weighs 140
    oounds, has black hair, brown
    ;yes, was a travelling salesman
    >y occupation. He is alleged to
    be in Florida. Anyone aware of
    his location is requested to com-
    municate with the National De-
    sertion Bureau, 67 West 47th st
    New York City.
    PAGE ELEVEN

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    Rabbi to Discuss Hebrew
    Culture for Center Forum
    Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
    discuss the "Revival of Hebrew
    Culture" at the Miami Beach Jew-
    ish Center Forum lecture series
    Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the
    Center auditorium. Rabbi Mes-
    cheloff is spiritual leader of Con-
    gregation Beth Jacob.
    The series on modern Zionist
    thought and experience is spon-
    sored by the Bureau of Jewish
    Education and Miami Beach Zion-
    ist district. Jack Burris is chair-
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    Q. What is the agricultural sig-
    nificance of Passover?
    A. It marked the early barley
    harvest when the Jews dwelt in
    Palestine.
    Q. By what three Hebrew
    names is Passover known?
    A. Z'man Herutenu (Season for
    our Freedom), Hag Ha' Mazot
    (Festival of Unleavened Bread)
    and Pesah.
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    DR. JAMES S. WATKINS
    DR. JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS
    JOSEPH A. BERMAN
    NICKL SOPHIA and MALVIN ENGLANDER
    JOHN F. ALLISON
    AMOS BENJAMIN
    MORRIS BERICK
    CHARLES B. CLEVELAND
    HARRY DIETZ and FAMILY
    MARX M. FEINBERG
    JULIUS I. FRIEDMAN
    MARTIN GENET
    LAWRENCE E. HOFFMAN
    MR. and MRS. ISAAC JOFFE
    MR. and MRS. NATHANIEL J. KLEIN
    and FAMILY
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    FREDERICK J. WARD
    JEROME H. WEINKLE
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    HERMAN WEPMAN
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    PAGE TWELVE
    vjenistflcridlinjl
    ^AY APHlli
    Beach Youth Groups
    Unite to Form Jewish
    Young Adult Council
    Established to bind together the
    Youth groups of Miami Beach,
    the newly formed Jewish Young
    Adult council held its second
    meeting last week at which time
    temporary officers were chosen.
    Bud Cutler will act as chairman.
    Shirley Collegcman, recording
    secretary, and Edith Shulman.
    corresponding secretary.
    The group is comprised of two
    delegates from the following or-
    ganizations: Fratority of Temple
    Beth Sholom, Over 21 club of
    YM&WHA. Junior Hadassah.
    Masada. Rose chapter of B'nai
    B'rith Women. B'nai B'rith Young
    Men and Young People's League
    of the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
    munity Center.
    A program committee was ap-
    pointed. Its members, Roberta
    Cohen. Lou Goldberg. Seymour
    Brenner and Jack Harris, will
    make plans for a public affair
    scheduled for early May. Miss
    Selma Lewis was named to handle
    the communal calendar.
    Regular meetings arc held each
    Wednesday at the YM&WHA at
    8 p.m. Jack P. Marash. executive
    director of the Beach Y; Mrs.
    Miriam Sirkin and Mr. Randy
    Pulansky, activity director of the
    Y, are advisors.
    TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
    (Copyright, 194. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
    By PHINEAS J. BIRON
    Q. Name five symbols included
    in the Seder service.
    A Unleavened bread (matzot),
    bitter herbs (manor), a dish
    made of nuts, apples, raisins, al-
    ls, cinnamon chopped fine
    and a little wine added (haroset),
    asted shank bone of a lamb
    (/.:,.a), salt water, parsley 01
    to be dipped in the
    water (karpas).
    HAPPY PASSOVER
    to
    Our Many Friends
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    MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
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    PHONE 5-2305
    SEASON'S GREETINGS
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    Manufacturing Jeweler
    127 N. E. First Avenue
    Phone 2-2772
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    HAVE WE LEARNED? increase in England.
    Nobodv denies that anti-Semitism is on the Increase^in raw
    . some observes wron.h interpret this growth as tin resuli. o
    ,he terrorist activities of the Irgun m Palestine T h-
    follow British politics seriously know that it s due to the ahrming
    rebirth of fascst activities in England .Fascism to Engtend I
    experiencing a respectable rena Mosley is very much u
    demand by the most exclusive hostesses ol he English a. '
    Yet the weekly of the American Jewish Congress published
    an article last month which states: -The,,, are few Fasc.sU to
    Britain, but many anti-Semites" Have we learned n. tlnfi
    . c.ng.ess Weekly surely should know that anti-Semites must
    be classified in thi il category of Fascist -
    POT POURRI .
    Coals to Newcastle Dept.: A young woman named Marcy JacoD-
    ,n opened a record sUnd in the lobby of Carnegie Hallm New
    York last November The stand has done so well that she plans
    to open another > Iress circle to catch the balcony crowd
    that doesn't go through the lobby Fred Brainin, a successful
    Viennese poel before 1938 and nephew of the late great au ho.
    Reuben Brainin. won a prize in the New Republics short story
    contest for a tale entitled 'The Eisenhower Jacket A Wo, Id
    War II vet, Fred has been happy to learn that recently some of
    his poems were read over the air in Vienna People are still
    talking aboul the novel dire ti m of the PCA-Henry Wallace meet-
    ing in Madison Square Garden on March 31 Director was Ben
    R srg
    GOOD NEIGHBOR
    Dr Mauricio Hochs..Id. Bolivian tin magnate, believes in cul-
    tural inter-relation betw.cn Latin America and the U. S. A. .
    So he has established the Hochschild Fellowship which provides
    enough funds to cover tuition fees and living expenses for three
    Latin American post-graduate college students for one years
    study at the American University, Washington. D. C-------The grant
    is for quite a number of years
    ATTENTION PUBLISHERS
    Victor E. Frankl is a Viennese psychiatrist who .-pent two years
    in the Nazi torture camps at Auschwitz "The Experiences of a
    Psychiat Concentration Camp" is the absorbtag story of
    what he saw happen to the minds of the men with whom he suf-
    f, ,,.,1 Clinical in, is combined with deep sympathy
    and understanding in this unusual book It's been published in
    German, but not vet in English Alert publishers can contact
    the author through this column .
    PERSONALIA
    Edward G Robinson, who made his fame in films as public
    enemy number one, will play a beat-pounding member of "New
    next film Groucho Marx will guest star
    on a couple of Bing Crosby shows soon Frank Sinatra may be
    Peglerized soon Westbrook likes to smear people who fight
    try and discrimination as Frank docs Charlie Chaplin's new-
    film. "Monsieur VerdouxA Comedy of Murders." is the best hes
    yeti to a friend who saw a private showing .
    II invent new adjectives .. .
    | Johnny Garfi. the lead in "Moonrise," a hard-hitting
    film about lynch-terror in the South ... Is Milton Bcrle's new air
    show suffering from bi ibbling? Jack Warner finally
    , has "Life With Father" rea the public .
    IN THE MAILBAG
    Postman brought Nos. 1 and 2 in the new pamphlet series being
    issued by the Zionist 0 tion of America's department of edu-
    cation Dealing with the Haganah and the General Zionist pro-
    mam, these brochu tivi and popularly written .
    They're well worth reading Other titles in preparation include
    -Your Zoa" and "Basic Zionist Documents" The series promises
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    TO ALL .
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    GEORGE OBENOUR. JR.
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    A SALUTATION
    Out of the dim past oi Hebrew history,
    the Feast of the Passover emerges again
    as a symbol of God's watchfulness over
    His people in these days when thou-
    sands of them in Europe still are in a
    period of sore trial.
    Most ancient and revered of Jewish
    holidays, the Passover marked the olden
    times the spring festival, the coming oi
    warmth, the sprouting of seeds, the
    stimulant of hope, when men, freed oi
    the cold of winter, felt the pulsating
    surge of life.
    So, may this Passover mark the be-
    ginning of a new era of freedom from
    oppression, of material well-being and
    of spiritual growth for Jews everywhere.
    This message is published as a salu-
    tation to its Jewish citizens by
    The City of Miami Beach, Florid*


    PHIDAY. APRIL 4, 1947
    T1
    PEPPER TO SPEAK
    AT F.D.R. MEMORIAL
    1 Representative! ot the major
    mteran, labor, religious, social
    and civic organizations gathered
    Mnndav afternoon at the Mc-
    Allister hotel to complete ar-
    rangements for the Franklin
    Delano Roosevelt Memorial which
    will lake place tomorrow at 8
    pm. in Bayfront park.
    Senator Claude Pepper, prin-
    cipal speaker, will be introduced
    at the commemoration services by
    Mayor Perrine Palmer. Follow-
    ing the Senator's address, local
    civic leaders will make a series
    of three-minute speeches.
    Color will be added to the pro-
    ceedings by members of the na-
    tional groups who will appear in
    native costume presenting a mu-
    sical program. The event will
    mark the second anniversary of
    the death of Roosevelt.
    Lomarkin To Address
    Birobidjan Luncheon
    Y. M. Lomarkin, Russian consul
    general of New York, will speak
    at a luncheon Sunday under the
    auspices of Branch Two of the
    Miami Birobidjan committee.
    Rev. Joseph Barth of the Uni-
    tarian church is master of cere-
    monies for the affair which will
    be held at the Roney-Plaza hotel
    at 1 p.m. Funds raised through
    the sale of tickets will be used
    for the benefit of the 4,500 Jew-
    ish war orphans in Birobidjan
    and Stalingrad.
    Tickets may be obtained from
    Joseph Rambam, 5-2689, or Max
    Azar. 4-4762.
    * knist Thrills
    B'NAI B'RITH DRIVE SEEKS 250 NEW MEMBERS
    PAGE THIRTEEN
    Q. What wore the Israelites | Q. How long did the children
    compelled to build' for Pharaoh? of Israel remain in Egypt?
    The regular Friday afternoon
    luncheon of Sholem lodge. B'nai
    B'rith, has been cancelled to-
    day due to the Passover holi-
    day.
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    Established 1920
    SPEED AND ACCURACY
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    Same Location 21 Years
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    "BU the Railroad Track"
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    tt Iac<*8n-execuHve secretary. Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith
    (left) enrolls Al Barkowitz (center) as first new member in lodge
    membership drive of the year. Col. Michael M. Isenberg
    welcomes Barkowitz to the order, and announces a goal of
    250 members for the April drive.
    Beach Butcher Shop
    Gets Vaad Endorsement
    The Greater Miami Vaad II.i-
    kashruth announces that Max's
    butcher shop, recently opened in
    the Drexel Food Market. 1445
    Drexel ave., Miami Beach, has
    its endorsement, having accepted
    the Vaad's supervision.
    The shop is owned by Max
    Rubin, recently discharged vet-
    eran of World War II.
    Members of the Miami chap-
    ter of the National Council of
    Jewish Women will hear a book
    digest by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
    Tuesday at 2 p.m.* in the Miami
    Jewish Orthodox Congregation
    auditorium. Mrs. Weinstein
    will review "A Gentleman's
    Agreement." by Laura Z. Hob-
    son.
    A. The store cities Pitom and
    Raamses.
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    E. A. GARRETT
    MODERN PAINT CO. Inc.
    Painting Contractors
    FRED J. WALKER. Pres
    2531 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-3500
    A. Four hundred and thirty
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    HENRY SHIER
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    PHONE 3-1427
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    the other hand, took my time and
    look at the Capote, it's perfect."

    Chaim Weizmann and Prof.
    Albert Einstein were fellow trav-
    elers on a boat sailing for Amer-
    ica. On arriving at New York.
    Weizmann was asked by a re-
    porter: "How did you two pro-
    fessors spend your time to-
    gether?"
    "Einstein," replied Weizmann.
    "explained to me the Theory of
    Relativity."
    "Has he made it clear to you?"
    asked the reporter.
    "Oh. yes. he has made it clear
    to me that he understands the
    theory thoroughly." answeied
    Prof. Weizmann.

    Zionist Anecdotes
    An excerpt from a letter of :.
    German Jew to a friend in Tel
    Aviv "and please find for
    me a suitable apartment in Tel
    Aviv, but try your best it should
    not be in a Jewish neigh

    During the Arab riots in 1034
    a bus traveling from Jeru
    to Tel Aviv was ambushed by a
    band of Arabs and attacked. A
    passenger urged the drivi
    Hebrew: "Od gaz, od, od more
    gas, more, more." A
    wrung her hands and
    in Yiddish. Woe is me! We are
    being attacked, bullets are flying
    and they spt ak Hebrew."

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    delivers a mem '" a
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    . under the flctitloui num.. ol
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    Bad.....iinty, El,
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    i: to em
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    132 n i: six.i, st., Miami
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    Attorney! for i-. i11 ,AI r'AN.
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    FOR DADE COUNTY, KI.or.ID.t.
    IN CHANCERY
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    EANNIE PITERMAN SILVER,
    Plaintiff,
    LOUIS SILVER,
    ....... Pefeiidant.
    i HE STATE OP KU'lilPA
    11 Louis sil\ i:i:
    Care of s 8. t'uhan,
    on Nlcollel Avenue
    Minneapolis, Mlnm aota.
    >..ii are hereb) n.-nfi.-.i and ordeml
    'i-.o- to the Bill of Complaint lor
    'l|i"" filed ,,>;.in -.-.ii in :hp tbm
    >) i..... tlie :6th day
    of April, HUT. oth, rwlae the alteta-
    ttona of Bald Itili ,.f t'omplalnt will In
    ;-'k'" .....fei : -t vim.
    !. ' .v for r,,,n ,.,., nlve weeks la
    I Mi: JEWISH I'I., 'IMI'IAX, a new
    'ji|"-r publiahed Dadt Counlf,
    I-1..i .In
    DATED this I'Tth day of Marcn.
    K. B. LEATHER1IAN,
    i 'l.-ik ..i I'ii.uii Court
    By WM. W. STtXTKI.NO,
    , .. Depaty Clerk.
    SAM SILVER,
    Solicitor r. i Plah liff,
    1105 ron. .
    Miami s* Pii
    -'^ I l-ll-IS
    N l III-: COUNTY JUDGE'S C01JT
    IN AND Knit DADE COl'MI.
    PLOR1DA. IN PROBATE.
    Ni -
    In It.-: Batata of JOSEPH MH..ER.
    V K A JOSEPH OABBY MIU.ER
    * K X JOSEPH 0 VBBY, A K A JOB
    1ABBY, deceaaeil
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    r.. All Cradltora and All ivrsuiu ;
    Ing Clalma "i Di mandi Against io
    Flatate: ml-
    Vi.ii. and eai Ii of yon. are nerew
    notified and required to present m
    lalma ami demanda which yoy. '
    -Ither of you. may have against '
    Mate of JOSEPH .MILLER. J. 7
    IOSEPH GABBY MILI.M, *> *
    fOSE I'll OABBY, A K A WJ
    1ABBY, deceaaed, lati "' J",
    tounty, Plorlda, to tie "on. "^
    HI.on..n, Count) -ludse ii Jj,
    County, and file the -.i"' '" "', m
    fl.-e in th* Count) "J['h,n.UV'
    I Hide County, Kl.r. alendar montha from the 1' wa,
    .lint puhll.-atK'ii h.-i.-"f- N1 ,t-
    >r demanda to I'l-nlaln IW '' b,
    ii.-.h of th.- ctalmant MJ, "
    iworn to and preaented a tW1
    ir aame will be barred we
    -f the 1933 Probate Aci
    : I -I I OABBY $**{&
    'i iiuiv -I.....;''
    wAh.MAN Wi \'-;,,.,rl|gr.
    Attorneya for AdmlnlM""
    3/28 4/4-U-W


    FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1947
    *Jewish fhrid/iir
    m
    PAGE FIFTEEN
    I
    HAS ACTIVE ROLE
    Never before in the history of
    local fund raising have the young
    neoplf of the community taken
    , active a part as in the current
    Combined Jewish Appeal, ac-
    cording to Jerome Weinklo,
    chairman of the youth division,
    h0 haS turned in $1,825, repre-
    senting 91 PC cent of the divi-
    sion's quota.
    Mr Wfinkle said that the Jew-
    ish students at the University of
    Miami have turned in the bulk of
    the contributions. Chief credit
    for the response is due, Mr. Wein-
    kle stated, to Rabbi Albert Mich-
    ael* director of Hillah House;
    Mrs' Michaels; and Jean Fleisch-
    mann and Warren Supovitz co-
    chairman for the college students.
    Another group under Mr.
    Weinkle's direction comprised
    the youngsters attending Sunday
    schools, which has reported in
    400, of which sum $255 were
    raised from the boys and girls at-
    tending the Temple Israel Sun-
    day school.
    The Miami YMHA campaign
    under the supervision of Ted
    Sakowitz will be extended
    throughout the year, the various
    organizations meeting at the Y
    having planned a number of ben-
    efits, the proceeds to be turned
    ir. to the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation. Similarly, the Beach
    Y organizations have pledged
    themselves to conduct benefits
    for Federation, Mr. Weinkle said.
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    Hollywood Center Ladies
    Auxiliary Lists Officers
    At the regular monthly meet-
    ing, Tuesday, April 1, Mrs. Louis
    J. Golden was elected president
    of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
    Jewish Community Center. She
    will take the oath of office on
    Sunday. May 4, at a dinner to be
    held at the Center. Mrs. Arthur
    Simons. Mrs. Irving Zuckerman
    and Mrs. Lester Kavitz are the
    committee in charge of arrange-
    ments.
    Other officers who were select-
    ed were Mrs. Harold Singer, first
    vice president; Mrs. Phillip La-
    vine, second vice president; Mrs.
    Kravitz, recording secretary; Mrs.
    Milton Sachs, corresponding .sec-
    retary; Mrs. Joseph Baum, treas-
    urer; Mrs. Edgar Galvin, financ-
    ial secretary; Miss Ruth Bobrow,
    auditor, and Mrs. Herbert Heiden.
    sergeant-at-arms.
    Mrs. Alexander Kogan will
    preside at an election meeting
    of the Sisterhood of Temple
    Beth Sholom Wednesday. April
    16 at 1:30 p.m. Chairman of
    the nominating committee. Mrs.
    Joseph Fenias. will present the
    slate prepared by her group.
    Gulfstream Park will advocate
    n earlier racing season for the
    ater Miami area, starting on
    r about November 20 and termi-
    nating in early April, according
    announcement made recently
    by President .James Donn of the
    acing association. As Florida
    acing goes into its final two
    weeks with diminishing attend-
    ance and mutuel figures. Donn
    is looking ahead for the sport
    and planning to make concrete
    suggestions to the Florida state
    Racing commission and the State
    legislature which he feels will
    esound to the benefit of Flor-
    da's thoroughbred industi y.
    President Donn also pointed
    )ul that Gulfstream Park's ability
    to handle large crowds and niu-
    uel handles has been proven dur-
    ng the early days of the meeting
    The seasonal dropoff, which be-
    anie apparent in late March, was
    not nearly so acute as a year ago,
    due to the more advantageous
    location of the seaside track.
    Q. How numerous were the
    Israelites whom Moses led forth
    from Egyptian bondage?
    A. About 600.000 men on foot
    besides children (Exodus XII. 37).
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    A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
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    PAGE SIXTEEN
    9-Jenistncridian
    FRIDAY, APRIL 4,
    194?
    Beach B'nai B'rith
    Women Hold Election
    Officers for the coming year
    will be nominated and elected by
    the Miami Beach chapter of
    B'nai B'rith Women at a dessert
    luncheon to take place at the
    Atlantis hotel roof Tuesday. April
    15. at 1 o'clock.
    The slate submitted names Mrs.
    Sol Goldstrom, councilor: Mrs.
    Harry Kaufman, president: Mrs.
    Harold Turk, first vice president:
    Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, second
    vice president: Mrs. Irving
    Frankel. recording secretary: Mrs
    Mollie Schuman. corresponding
    secretary: Mrs. Joseph Mazo,
    financial secretary: Mrs. Alex
    Libow. treasurer: Mrs. Seymour
    Batin. sentinel, and Mrs. David
    Harris, guardian.
    Trustees are Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
    Mrs. Jack August and Mrs. Nettii
    Lefkowitz. Members selected for
    the board of directors are Mes-
    dames Dave Alper. Morns Bern-
    stein. George Bertman, Irving
    Becker. Bessie Epstein, Michael
    Baskin. Harry Dinnerstein and
    Arthur Frishman.
    Jack Fe:n. Ruth Gl tt, Sophie
    H< rshey, Fay Zinn. Sara K
    Sam Lachman. Sanfred I.' i
    Max Miller, Harry Miller, B
    Joseph i; ise,
    n Donald Rubin.
    Ida Optm
    -
    Miss Fred Shifn.
    N'ini the Fif::.
    : i nvention set i r Ju
    LO will also be app
    n
    Form Palestine League
    A Miami chapter of the Amer-
    ican League for a Free Palestine
    was formed last Sunday at the
    Madison Towers. Miami Beach.
    The group supports the Hi
    Commission for National Libera-
    tion which is working for a pro-
    visional government in Pal<
    Local workers interested in the
    chapter include Dr. S. Edmund
    Keating, Prof. Mark Wald
    James J. Marshall, Sara Holland.
    Mrs. Harry Marcus and Ml
    |-Morley.
    BBG. AZA Establish
    Greater Miami Council
    Establishment of a Create.
    Miami BBG and AZA Council
    was adopted at a m.eting of
    ntatives of
    ips last Monday evening
    at Beth David Synagogue.
    Mis, Mildred Blumbei g, New
    Yoik director of B'nai B'rith
    Work, outlined the advan-
    j to b, received from th
    , ers for the orgam-
    n will l>, i at an early
    time a constitution
    I will be drawn up
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    Specializing In
    "GREEN TURTLE STEAKS"
    And All Kinds of Seafood
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    TO ALL
    5.J.
    1657 Washington Ave
    Realtor
    Edward Clarke, guest speaker
    at the Spinoza Forum tomorrow
    afternoon at 3:30 o'clock will
    review Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
    book, "Spincza: A Life of Rea-
    son." An open discussion per-
    taining to the life and teach-
    ings of the philosopher will be
    followed by Dr. Z. I. Sabshin,
    author of a recently published
    book of poetry, who will read
    from his collection.
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    7553 N. Miami Avenue
    PHONE 7-7560
    HAPPY PASSOVER
    THE
    LEAR SCHOOL
    Morning and All-Day Sessions
    Nursery through 12th Grades
    MORNINGS: Outdoor Academic
    Instruction. Complete Commerc-
    ial Courses.
    AFTERNOONS: Music, Art, and
    Dramatics. Large Private Swim-
    ming Pool on Premises.
    1010 West Avenue. M. B.
    Phone 5-0606
    IDA R. LEAR, Director
    Molt ol US these days are extremely
    budget conscious. Many of the things we want
    are out ol range of our pocketbooks, now.
    ) el, plans lor a new home, a new
    ear, college educations for your children, vacation
    trips, <>r freedom from 1J age worries need
    not be frustrated.
    Systematic saving can make your
    plan.- come true!
    Look toward the future by planning
    for il now. Itemize the things you want and how
    much they cost. Then budget an amount to be
    saved regularly from your salary or other income
    which will make it possible for you l,, have
    what you want when you want it and at a
    time when your dollars will perhaps go farther
    than they Jo today!
    A Savings Account in your First
    National Hank of Miami can he the greatest aid
    to you in tIii~= planning. You can safely deposit the
    amount you allot for the realization of your plain.
    A First National Bank Savings
    Account is handy, convenient and your deposits
    draw interest. And, incidentally, this Lank accepts
    Joint Savings Accounts.
    The Savings Department ol your
    I National Hank is only one of nmnti
    departments. Mere you will find every modern
    banking facility at your service. You are cordially
    invited to use our facilities and services to the
    fullest and experience the friendly, helpful
    manner in which all transactions are handled at
    Miami's oldest and largest financial institution.
    TheFirsrNaiionalBank
    of Miami
    M.amf. OU,sl and /..,. Financial In.tiMian
    E.t.Ui.hed 1902 101 E..I Flaglcr Street
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