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The Jewish Floridian ( December 22, 1944 )

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1 i^Bi^UEIliDipidliiaup ^[UME 17-NUMBER 51 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS II PALESTINE IS London (JTA)—A statement of nnhev advocating a Jewish maJJity' in Palestine and a volun£y transfer of Arabs to neighboring countries, as well as the -tension of the present boundaries of Palestine through negoStions with Syria Trans Jordan and Egypt, was adopted by the convention of the British Labor P This policy will be the official stand of the Labor Party on the Palestine issue. All other resolutions with regard to Palestine which were submitted to the conventiun have been shelved by the adoption of this statement. No further debate on Palestine I will take place at the convention. ••Thenwas a strong case for this befi re the outbreak of the war and there is an irresistible case now after the unspeakable atrocities of the cold and calI culated Nazi plan to kill all Jews in Europe," the report said. It urged the British Labor Party to seek Ihe support of the American and Russian governments (or tin i licy on Palestine recemmended by the executive. Washington (JTA)—The Soviet Embassy here has issued a denial of the reports carried by the on in Pal that Russian authorities in liberated Bessarabia, Bukovina and the eastern section of Poland are transferring section;, of the population to Si! and that 8veral hundred Jews have already been removed from Czrrnovitz. capital of Bukovina, I to the Urals. The ci. nial says that the facts mentioned in the report "are all wrens and do not correspond with the reality." The denial was addressed to the Federation of Bessarabia!) Societies of America which asked the embassy to verify uV news which was cabled from Jerusalem to this country. ONE-THIRD OF FRENCH' TO NEED WINTER HELP Paris (JTA)—One-third of the entire Jewish population in France will require relief to get through the winter months. Dr. Joseph Schwartz, chairman of the European Executive Council i of the Joint Distribution Committee, reported this week after I completing a survey of the situa-1 tion here. Reporting that almost 30.000; adults, in addition to about 10.J 000 children, have already regis-1 tered with various Jewish committees for some measure of relief, Dr. Schwartz declared that the number is mounting daily and would reach 50,000 in addition to the children and those registered with public agencies. TRANSPORT WITH 958 JEWS IN CONSTANZA SPIRITUAL LEADER AT ISRAEL Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum of Cincinnati has been elected to the pulpit of Temple Israel, Miami's Reform congregation, Max Orovitz, president, announced. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan is rabbi emeritus, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman is now on leave serving as an army chaplain. Rabbi Appelbaum was born in i Cleveland in 1907 and attended schools there. He taught at Eujclid Avenue Temple, Cleveland. attended Western Reserve UniFRENCH TRANSFERRED TO "REPRISAL CAMP" Paris (JTA)—Many FrenchJewish officers who were taken, prisoner by the German army have recently been transferred to a "reprisal camp" in Luebeck, known as "Stalag 90," where they are confined in special barracks, it is reported here. The newspaper Libres, organ of the National Movement of War Prisoners and Deportees, urged American action to ensure equality of treatment by Germans for prisoners of war regardless of nationality. The paper contrasts the scrupulous treatment of German prisoners by the Americans with the shocking treatment of French captives by the Germans. — Jerusalem (JTAi—A transport' of 958 Jews arrived in Palestine this week aboard the S.S. Taurus from the Rumanian port of Constanza. Dr. Weizmann and other members of the Jewish Agency left here for the Athlit interment camp where the refugees will be I held pending clearance by the authorities. The transport consist,-, of 391 nun. 145 women, 236 boys and 178 girls. Nearly all of the children are orphans whose parents dud while interned in Transnistria, the one-time Rumanianheld section ol the So> i< I Ukraine to where about 75,000 Rumanian Ji \ w ere 1< SWISS TO ADMIT 14,200 JEWS FROM HUNGARY Bern (JTA)—The Swiss (J eminent has agreed to admit 14.200 Jews from Hungary and to ., ign K 10.000 Swiss francs (al Si8ti.;)00) tor theii care, 11 •• learned here this week. About 1,300 Hungarian Jews were adnutted to Switzerland last week. The decision of the Govern ment came as a result of negotiations initiated by the International Red Cross and by representatives of Jewish organizations interested in rescuing Jews. Moscow (JTA)—The administration of the Jewish autonomous region in Biro-Bidjan has allocated two million roubles for a new building for the Jewish theatre there, it is reported here. The report also disclosed that 41 doctors were graduated from the Biro-Bidjan medical school this year, bringing to 200 the total number of graduates of the institution. Many of these physicians are now serving with Red Army front-line units. GERMANS DELIBERATE IN FIRING SYNAGOGUE Strasbourg, France (JTA)—Not only did the Germans deliberately burn down the large beautiful Strasbourg synagogue in 1941. but they compelled French companies which had insured the edifice for 1,000,000 marks to turn that sum over to them. Mayor Charles Frey told a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent. DR. KAPLAN TENDERED 70TH BIRTHDAY DINNER Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be tendered a dinner in honor of his 70th birthday next Tuesday t the L'rmey Hotel. The doctor is rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Miami's Reform Congregation, which is giving the dinner in his honor. He has served the Temple us rabbi since 1926. The pair is limited to members and vited guests. Dr. Kaplan has been active in "K civic and communal life and A PERMANENT BLOOD ^ANK IS ANNOUNCED A permanent Blood Bank depository for Miami Beach was announced this week by Rudy Adler. one of the members of a committee established for this purpose. Morris Brothers Department Store. 1261 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, will set abide room for the bank, which will be a branch of the Dade County Blood Bank "This will eliminate,'' Mr. Adler stated, "the necessity of making special appointments and u>rangements for Miam Beacn residents and visitors, MWtUjl do away with unnecessary travel ing and loss of time." Hours and otoer details will be announced hi the near future as soon as' final Physical arrangements have been made. ^^^^_ REAL^rVOR^OF CHEST N5W READ\ TO BEGIN earned the respect and af*">"n of the community during **y<-a:\ of service here. Herbert Feibelman. chairman • (fair, will serve as toast **fer. Chaplain Carl I. Miller •ui Rive the invocation, and Rev. **iri Barth will offer the ^diction. Members of the cornassisting Mr. Feibelman Frank Perunan, Joseph St -'in. Harry Boyell. Mrs iweii Hi 'ifntz. Wittee %  -^ assisting Mr. reiosusnan yuwe Frank Perunan, Joseph £ Stein. Harry Boyell. Mrs. 25*'" Hvfnan and Mrs. Louis B "y U s Stamp* and Bonds. -The real work of the Dade County Community War Chest Rlbbi Saul Appelbaum versity, and took his B. A. degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1929. He was ordained a rabbi in 1931, following which he did graduate work at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He was called to Temple Beth Zion in Bradford, Pa and remained there from 1931 to 1938. There he was active in Civic work and acted as director of the Community Chest and of the Civic Music Association. He was also co-conductor, with the Episcopal minister. Rev. Henry S Sizer. Jr.. of a religious radio program heard weekly for three vears He was founder of the Players Workshop. Civic Forum. JeS Welfare Fund of Bradford, and served as judge of^ the Juvenile Court from.1935 to 1938. He served in New BBW -issociated with Dr. Jonah B. Wise at Central Synagogue n chaw of Religious School Youth Activities, Brotherhood and Sisterhood in addition to preaching InH omer"rabbinical duties. He wi. Sam di-tor and duc tor ; preacher of Messa^ IS "S tn coast and produced the SE? Je^Xtelevision broadcast f r ,? As secretary and one of this year. As seer""'•,, c iv e the founders of YorkvUie Council in Newi neenc i es m leaders in the dmc $695,000 to finance *£ %  agencies of human sema home and around the wona. Ranged to .peed foment of 2,000 workers and to exp the growing need w'^gungs of the agencies t n [C have been concerned w >tn facts about ^ fln W a r .^£nce a ••The campaign w>H UM total ffgaJSSSm •* agencies of 'J" 11 '^'"j service child care, recreati nan a [Q agencies. Council in '"" : agencies in Cund and1 direct the gg c chl atry ,h T e h d m>ction of ? Sr. Matunder tindirecuo Columbia thew N. Chappui H(jopcr '" ,VC rS h y inc and with the CO£SS£n Presbyterian (Conti""*" on P0 4 BEN-SSoiTSTUM|S FROM BULGARIA VISIT i m TITAT— David Benjerusalem t J "' f tne CX ecuira the' Te^4h y m TC a sn0I L\ V Jn make a scheduled trip una J? le to „iT because he was U J^TRumSian visa. ORT INDUSTRIAL AND SCHOOLS ARE OPENED Geneva (JTA)—Several Ort industrial training schools in Rumania and Bulgaria have reopened, according to information reaching the headquarters of the World Ort Union here. Funds have been sent from here to restore two Ort buildings in Jassy which were damaged by the Germans. A report from the Bulgarian Ort acknowledges receipt of funds from headquarters here and states that trade schools and cooperatives arc functioning. MIAMIYM&WHAHAS BAD FIRE LAST SUNDAY The Miami YM & WHA suffered a fire loss reported to be in excess of $2,500 last Sunday evening. The annex to the main building was severely damaged by the fire, attributed to spontaneous combustion. The organization is now trying to make arrangements to replace or make available substitute facilities. Washington (JTA) Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York, this week protested on the floor of the House against the failure of the House Rules Committee to act on the Palestine Resolutionwhich has been before it for more than a week, following approval of the bill by the House Foreign Affairs. Committee An identical resolution was killed in the Senate Foreign Relations Cmmitte e last weekSofia (JTA)-The situation of the inhabitants of. Sofia s Jewish quarter is deteriorating daily, and as yet no assistance is in sight. Starved and naked children, with despairing eyes, live with their equally miserable parents in overcrowded, unsanitary quarters. David Bcn-Gurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency, who was here this week to consult with Jewish leaders and government officials on the emigration of Jews to Pa estine. waTso appalled by the sight of these children that he pledged all possible efforts, to send the youngsters to Palestine. • REPLY FROM PRONAZI GROUP SEMT FROM HUMRGHT Bucharest (JTA)—The Rumanian Government this week made public the text of a_ replyreceived from the pro-Nazi government of Hungary to its request, sent through the International Red Cross, asking that a special commission be permitted to investigate the situation of 150,000 Jews reported to have been deported by Hungary from the part of Transylvania annexed from Rumania. The request, sent two months ago, indicated that Rumania would take reprisals against Hungarians living on Rumanian soil should the Hungarian Government fail to give a satisfactory answer. The answer of the Hungarian Government, transmitted through the Red Cross, and received hereby the Rumanian Ministry ot" Foreign Affairs, reads: "Transylvanian Jews have not been deported, but have been sent to work in auxiliary services. The Government of Hungary asked the International Red Cross to send a commission composed of Rumanian and Hungarian representatives to investigate the situation. The Hungarian Government considers the request of the Rumanian Government a pretext to justify persecution of Hungarians in the Rumanianheld part of Transylvania. The Hungarian Government thinks it strange that Rumania should display an interest only now in the situation of the Transylvanian Jews." SPECIAL CONFERENCE IS CALLED BY J. D. C. A special Southern Regional' Conference called to review present and future programs of aid for distressed Jews overseas has been announced by the AmericanJewish Joint Distribution Committee to be held Sunday. January 14. at the Ansley Hotel in Atlanta, Ga. The conference, the first to be held by the J.D.C. in the Southeast since 1940, will include delegates from Jewish communities in North Carolina, South Carolina. Alabama, Tennessee. Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and Georgia. London (JTA)—The Palestine police are receiving greater cooperation from the Palestine population in combatting terrorists since the assassination of Lord Moyne in Cairo. STRAUSS PREDICTS A RECORD RACE MEETING H. L. Straus, president of the Gables Racing Association, will open the 20-day annual winter meeting on Christmas afternoon, after completing final arrange ments during the past week. Mr Straus believes that the coming meeting will be the greatest in. the history of the southernmost m thorc ughbred racing center.



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PAGE TWO +Jewlsli fhrkBan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 BIRTHS A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levin. 1211 N. W. 37th St.. at the Edgewater Hospital December 14. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertzman. 1207 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. .an> the parents of a son born December 16 at St. Francis Hospital. Home from Louisiana State University to spend the holidays with her family is Miss Roslyn Rabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin, 708 S. W. 19th Ave. Mrs. Tneodere F. Arvan has .arrived home and is living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman at 129 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Her husband, Lt. (s.g.) Arvan, who is stationed at the Marine Hospital in New York City, is expected here on leave in February. Mrs. Burnett Roth is now attending the University of Florida, where she is taking a course in architecture. Mrs. Roth's mother, Mrs. Sher, is expected to return soon to Gainesville from New York, where she has been visiting for several months. S/Sgt. Roth expects to spend a furJough ia Miami with his wife about February 1st. Miss Ester Argintar, a sophomore at Florida State College for Women, is spending her holiday I vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, 1542 N. W. 2nd St. Miss Argintar is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Visitors from the North at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Enerfeld. 128 Washington Ave.. I Miami Beach, are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen and son Harvey. Dr. Cohen is a dental surgeon in New York. WEDDINGS Miss Claire Levine, secretary to the director of the USO-Jewish Welfare Board office here, will leave this week for a month's vacation in New York. Ltncpiq MM r. M. HM&mi Miss Rita Sue Zarct, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zaret of 1015 W. 47th St.. Miami Beach, will arrived home for the holidays on Dec. 20. Miss Zaret, a student at the University of Wisconsin, is majoring in journalism at the university. Accompanying her here will be her roommate, Miss Betty Levy of Chicago. b0w 11: IS rw.TO) H. MAM AM. AT bifl Op&n n-.4s \ AT THREE THEATRES Miss Rosalind Friedman left today on a month's combined business and pleasure trip through the North. While away she will visit in Baltimore, New York. Providence. No picture was ever %  O breathtaking! "LAURA" The strange and startling love of a man for a woman he had never seen! GENE TIERNEY DANA ANDREWS CLIFTON WEBB ALSO! "Lili Marlene" The song captured from the enemy .. Now the most popular tune of our troops! Mr. and Mrs. Ike Swirsky of Norfolk, Va. are spending a three weeks vacation with Mrs. Swirsky'a sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, 1769 N. W. 6th St. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simberg. owners of the Broadripple Hotel, Miami Beach, are spending a few days in Havana. LIQUID ROACH TRAP \ Roach Trap Co. Ft. Smith. Ark. TUoiTu for REST CONVALCSCEMCf •njCHRONIcCASES iva ^Shoiyt Sun-Ray Park Health Resort RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL % %  %  *5LL IHNERAL DIRECTORS ..• %  !2J Wastor.-jlM \vt..Miami Beach bt Nnrieik.Oh Si k Amsterdam An. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 UTJILLAC AMBULANCE •1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimate* Given I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2 5106 SEASON'S GREETINGS EDITH SMYTH STUDIO OF MASSAGE Correction of Posture. Stear Cabinet, Massage, Exercyle 1110 Lincoln Road-Apt. 2 Phone 53780 MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY icrted Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob. Miami wish Orthodox, Schaaioi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes Miss Marvell Adler became the bride of Lt. Mcymour Kaplan USAAF at a ceremony which was held Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Adler. 1941 S. W. 18th St. Rabbi Kaplan officiated. Following the ceremony, the Adlers entertained with a wedding dinner at the Roncy Plaza Hotel. Miss Adler attended the University of Miami and also studied at Traphagen Art School in New York City. Lt. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan of New York City, received his B. A. degree at Oklahoma University. He was awarded a fellowship to the University of Louisiana, and later mas a scholarship student at Columbia where he received his L.L.D. Attending the bride was Miss Doris Feldman, maid-of-honor. Captain Sylvan Hertz was best man. Guests included Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. A. Reiter, Boston; Lt. and Mn. Martin Monat. Trenton. N. J.; Mrs. Michael Hall. New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler, grandparents of the bride; Cadet Larry Adler. who came from Gordon's Military Arademy, Barnesville. for his sister's marriage. After spending six weeks in Charlottsville, Va., where Lt. Kaplan will attend the University of Virginia, Lt. and Mrs. Kaplan will make their home in New Haven, Conn, where the Lieutenant will continue his studies at Yale University. Mrs. Morris Alpert. 43S West Ave.. Miami Beach, is back in town after an extended stay in Paterson, N. J. with her daughter. Mrs. Milton Nussbaum and grandchild. Fredelle Joy. born November 17. While away, she spent Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. Fein, of Springfield, Mass., who have just celebrated their golden wedding anniversaryHere to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg, 1753 S. W. 19th Ave., are their son and daughter-in-law, Cpl. and Mrs. Jack Somberg. They will return later to Lincoln, Neb., where Cpl. Somberg is station. UNVEILING A monument to the memory of Mr. and Mrs. David Lincoln will be unveiled at services Monday at 3 p. in. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, and arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Friends are asked to attend. The deceased are the parents of Mrs. Philip Somberg, 1753 S. W. 19th Ave. BRIS The Brism of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine and Mr. and Mrs. S. Halpert took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. ^^ ^HMKEACH VKosher NYAFAT IDEAL FOR COOKING. BAKING. ] and FRYING ALL MEAT. and DAIRY FOODS I R OK EACH AND SONS Inc. BROOKLYN MIAMI FURRIERS Incorporated Storage Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. E. 1ST ST. ROOM • PHONE 715-16 2-5720 SEASON'8 GREETINGS ABBEY STARR PHOTOGRAPHERS 1108 Lincoln Road PHONE 55985 Motxlt gwtlte* Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Broti,. r*i New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Casscl. 410 N. E. 17th St.. have returned to the city after spending the summer at their New York City home. Miss Rosalind Landesman has arrived here from Cleveland to spend the New Year holidays with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman. Robert Magoon, 10. staff sergeant at Florida Military Acadi-niy, St. Petersburg, has arrived home to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Magoon, 1677 West Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Magoon is operator of Neil's Restaurant, 1659 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. The Probus Club, an organization of 34 business and professional persons in the community, reported bond sales in the 6th War Loan in the amount of $301,450. The credit for the entire sale was given to B'nai B'rith, which has a quota of two million dollars in the present bond drive. INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Pox 1922. Miami 11, Florida Phona 2-2903 SEASON'S GREETINGS Phone 28-1163 Phone 58-1203 JOYS Large Collection of Modern Jewelry Costume Jewelry, Baas, Gifts Expert Watch Repairing 627 Lincoln Road 1146 Washington Ave. Season's Greetings Darole Cosmetics Patent Medicines—Sundries Full Line of Cosmetics 927 Washington Avenue Phone 5-4124 HIGH CLASS RESTAURANT FOR SALE 125 seats Long lease — with beautiful duplex bungalow — well located on Miami Beach. Price $15,000 Mr. Jones, c/o Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973. Miami Mr. and Mrs. Georo*. DTITT of 1836 James Ave.^fmi^ announce the eomine mswuTa their daughter MUared^Co Al Augenstein of New York Citv' The wedding will he K.U the Tides Hotel, Sunday'V cember 24 at 2 p. m .. followedbv a reception and wedding|J£g for friends of the families i ?£ b ride a R^duate of Brook lyn College, took graduate rtSy at Columbia University. She I secretary of the Brooklyn Co" lege Alumm Association and a member of the Graduate Worn*,,'. Club of Columbia Universit !" "' Cpl. Augenstein. son of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Augenstein. also studied at Brooklyn College and has just been graduated from thf RaTon^la. 7 0 "*^ 00131 ^ NeS ,e Y C or U k Pl CiS U ^^^ h Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and family arrived in town Sunday after spending the summer at their home in Asheville, N C They will reside at 5465 Pinetroe Dr., Miami Beach. Here to spend the holiday vacation with Mr? Wolfson will be her three children, Louis Wolfson II, now at Berkshire school, Sheffield, Mas. and Frances Louise and Mitchell Jr.. who attend Plonk School of Dramatic Art in Asheville. Major Wolfson is now on active duty overseas. Lt. O-K.) and Mrs. Saul R. Srole are spending a week in Miami at the home of Mrs. Srole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz, 337 N. E. 28th St. Following their visit here they will j?o to Chicago and Fort Ord, Calif. Season's Greetings Mandell and Comrxmv Floor Covering—Carpets Rugs—Linoleum 1628 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone 5-1867 Rayon SLIPS... GOWNS by Kayress SLIP2.98 GOWN $3.98 Matching lingerie ... so nice to own! Lovely, feminine slips and gowns with net top trim and dainty embroidery. The slip in white only, the gown in white, blue and blush pink. Sizes 32 to 40 in group. MIAMI BTORR. I.INOKRIK. THIRD FIXrOR MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" — PHONE 9-2664 "A FIUEND IN NEED2008 W. FLAGLER



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piTDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 C.OFG.OF IB. HOLD Eli am OFFICERS The Miami Beach Junior Cham„, of officers Tuesday evening n f Commerce held its elec~< officers Tuesday evening ; ll-attended meeting of the V-MAIL CERTIFICATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE VMi >'l Certificates sta tnR that I ?h !" d has l,ctn bou K hi as a Christmas Kift for a service man or woman overseas are now available through Seriei E War !" J? su ln K Awnta, according SJy,V Mc J ach i' rn Statt Chair man of the War r inance CommUtec for Florida. The Certificate is a reproduc===== J^lstfhrk/iari PAGE THREE WO organization. Jack J. Rosen. Beach attorney, was h^en as president. Other ofgSTelerted were Max Lubin. IS SEEN FOR FLORIDA III RORSE BREED LEGAL NOTICES ard V-Mail forrn and one is furn" P .& i? n De "' mber 23 wh en Joe ished free to the "buyer of „ Palo "ka unbeaten in competition "^nresident;"" Myron WUlison. E Bond at banks and other issuing' X fh^fv, Wn Jl md ste ^ s up CtavMartin Gilbert, treasagencies in Florida 0iner lssuln ^ n Blo lh ^ it l h h r h ou ? hbrt d ra ks V> f r cta 'i Ed Newman, historian. The corners of the Bond where' SI rwii ^L tSftSf "i !" **.„_ %  ? 7T h hnarrl include the dollar donorrunuti !" -„".?. i i_ 1Rtr Cal1 over ^e two-furlong mbers of the board include ESS* Light. Bill Segal. BerSS^Spector. Sol Finn, Arnold Newman. Art Singer. Stanley ^al. and Robert Epstein. The installation is scheduled tor January 8 on the Beach, when ihe newly-elected officers will take over. An active year has been planned by Mr. Rosen. the dollar denomination regulari ne a v5fi^of ^ thL ef Bn b nH nk • S K tha i The kir,dlin of intcrest in the maybe ?ns£taJ ond purchas ^ : quarter-miler in Florida dates a B nt aL n H J hc issuing! back to Hialeah Park, several MI^/".^" 5 1 6 namc and years ago. when Mrs. De Witt NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN thut the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fli-litloim name of ANKONIA APAKTMBNTS at 318 21st St.. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. JOSEPH TENDRICH BESSIE TKNIHUCH 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnOM under the fictitious name of WHITE ROSE LIVE POULTRY KOSHER MARKET, Miami Beach. Florida, IntendH to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM El XII SON HERNHARD KASB 11/17-24 12/1-8-16 a ,IHr..Qo of k„ .... — "i ,u i 1 "" 1 UK wnen mrs. ue Witt !" ^nl. ht .* ner ln the Pa e disposed of her interests in th? rV-dRnnrl 1^1 .K d 8P P ? ar n he famous Macmcre Farm fol£p ^r tK n d ^he serial num. lowinn the sudden and untimely i th ii • % %  £, bouRh V B e]ow death of her husband. As a token ff vramn AJ S a facs,m j k '! o f appreciation for his help in of YUUK Bond. Its waiting for. arranging the sale, Mrs. Page Upresented a young horse, Mae BRILLIANT PIANIST IS B'NAI B'RITH LADIES IN \iStS i a aSSS T& VISITING ATM*. BEACH ELECTION OF OFFICERS,S^Sf' !" rZ£ William Kapell, brilliant young a **~mMu. &f ..— u I passed the horse along to Joe concert pianist, is visiting with his uncle. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. in Miami Beach. Young Kapell has already given twenty-three concerts this season and is resting m his uncle's Hermitage for a Borenstein. who was chosen "as' im^ts'u.r'the hKeed BrX Jew days prior to his leaving for president at that time, is planning 5J5& were oroviMasm£te NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i-infH' in business under the fictitious name of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SDHPLY (it 1SS0 H. W. 8th St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the <1rcult Court of Dade County. Florida. MARK O. KAPLAN MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant. 12/8-15-22-29 1/5 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tu* the undersigned, desiring to engageIn business under the fictitious unit of TICONA MERCANTILE CO.. a'. 343 S. W. N. River Drive. Miami, Florida, Intend to register the saitf. name with the Clerk of the Ctrcutt. Court of Dade County, Florida. ANN NADLER HARRY T1HCHLER SEYMOUR PROTZKL HERD H. COHEN SILVHR. KAPLAN & DIETZ. Attorneys for Applicants 12/1-8-15-22-29 Notice ts hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flcltioue name rf MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO., not Inc.. 115 N. B. 1st Street. Miami, intend ti register said name in the office of tbr Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.* County. Florida. GEORGE O. ADLER MILTON ADDER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11/24 12/1-8-16-22 held December 12 at the Miami in the state. This was a necessary each YM & WHA. Mrs. Dorothy adjunct t0 thp expand ing cattle certs, in Santiago, Dec. 26 and |D Havana, Dec. 28. Mr. Kapell has appeared so far this season as soloist with the New York Symphony Orchestra, ing articles to contribute may •jie Philadelphia Orchestra, bring them directly to the shop. Cleveland, Chicago. St. Louis, | located at 179 N. W. 5th St.. or ing year. 'corral on the range. The newly The Auxiliary urgently needa conceived quarter horses, with clothes, particularly ladies wear. | thcir slrain of thoroughbred for itaJThrilt Shop. Persons hav-1 blood prove( j successful in cornering the cattle and corralling call 3-6306 or 5-7974 and have them picked up New Orleans Symphony Orchestra and gave concerts in many cities. His last appearance n Cornell University, Ithaca. Paul Plotkin c,f 1240 Lenox N Y last Saturday evening. ; Ave.. received the degree ot Kapell hopes to return to Miami doctor of medicine at commenceearly in the spring and ment exercises Friday, closing may play again, as he did last | the fall quaiter for the Univcisivear, For the benefit of the Jewish i ty of Illinois Colleges of Medithem. One of these quarter-horses, a chunky little chestnut, is currently the property of Joe Hendry, also of La Belle—and is known far and wide as Joe Palooka. Gifted with extreme speed. Joe Palooka has spread-eagled every other pony on the ranges, deNOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 935 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register the. said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALBERT BARON. IRVIN DWORKIN. Owners. LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicants. 11/17-24 12/1-8-16 NOTICE IS HKRE-HY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged in business under the fictitious name of YOUNG'S SANDWICH SHOP at 422 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida, ana Intend to register the said fii-ltitlous name In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida. MORRITZ YOUNG HARRY KATKOVKKY SNA Kit. KAPLAN & DIETZ Attorney! fur Applicants 12/8-l"i-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREUY GIVEN the* the undersigned, desiring to engager In business under the fictitious name of "THE HEA SIDE" 7118 Collln*. Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend* to register the said name with tht Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*. County. Florida. OOLDIE F. BLACK 7118 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida MORRIS BERICK Attorney for Goldle F. Black 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida. 12/8-15-22-29 1/6 NOTICP: IS HEREBY GIVEN tbatf the undersigned, desiring to engage it business under the fictitious name C MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. at 2136 S. W 5th Ht., Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD ALPER. Owner. 11/24 12/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MELAN1E GIFT SHOP nt 830 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register the saliU. County, Florida. FRED A. TRACY Bole Owner I.EON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 12/8-15-22-29 1/r. BALLANTINE'S ALE \ America's Fintst Sinct 1840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. A Gift of Good Taste" For THE HOLIDAYS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1 HUNRANT, at Florida, Intend t" register the said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRIET EHRENREICH, JIMMY DePBO. MKYKRS & WEITZMAN, Attorncvs for applicants. 11/17 -24 12/1-8-15 "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Die undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the ricUUoUBiname „f ROXT c.RII.I.K at 1907 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Florida. IntendH to register the said name with the clerk ,,f the Circuit Court of I>ade County. l """" 1: JACK KAUFMAN ABB ROSENTHAI. MYBRS HEIMAN. Attorneys for Apirllcants. 1J/8-16-M-H 1/5 !&*> K T Mf DAILY DOUBLE 7 1st and 2nd Racea NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engape in business under the' |&UUoUflme ofTHEMARBOR APARTMENTS. 21 N W 3rd Avenue, Miami. Ha.. In!;;;:\ :ier^he h V.Tc^t n ^urt w, of r de ^DA&SB&ARgKT^ ABRAM WASHERMAN Owners. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 12/8-16-22-29 1/6 Keep on buying War Bonds. Ucatei OR Bird Road."ifftt of NtMR Tiwer LESS THAN NINE MILES FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI Packed, Priced and Shipped Riant ORDER NOW. FLORIDA FRUITS IN BOXM and Baskets c-nd Tnem To Yeur Relative, ."d Friend. In the North HoBday Special F.ncy Gift B.eket. Mixed Frorid. Fru.t 1 1 Bu. Kxpreee Extra "4 Bu. 1.95 3.75 RIZZO GROVES M N W. Fir^ AvePh. M4M I WANT MY MILK And B. Bun If • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product" Dmcro Pxotoctod TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivwy VUit Our Farm at 1200 N. W. 3Znd ItlMl CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAC CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 88299. HONYA RANTERS. Plaintiff TS. IOSUA KANTERS. Defendant. ORDER F PUBLICATION You. Josua Kantcrs. are hereby rqulred to file your appearance im iihuvo dlenrce action on or before I>..-.ml>.r 'ill, 1S44 or decree pro uoafessn will he entered. Dated: NovmlsT 22, 1944. E B l.EATHERMAN. Clerk. By WM. W. STOCKINQ. D. C. (Circuit Court Seal) 11/24 12/1-llS NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOR. TAX DEED E1M-3 3K7&0 Notice is hereby pivon that .lotm H. Mann holder of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 944. dated the 1st day of June. A.D. 194.' has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax law. Said Certificate embrace* th following described property, situate* In I>ade County. Florida, to-wit: lAt 6. Block II, Buena Vista Oarilene, llat Book &. Page 45, In tha City of Miami, County of Dade. State> of Florida The assesement of MM property under the said Certificate issued waj In the name of Unknown. 1'nless aain Certificate shall be roleemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 17th day of January. A.D. 194f.. Dated this 12th day of December. A.D 1944. E B WEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By D. M. JOHNSON. D. C. 12/15-22-28 l/R-12 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 17467—ACTS OF IMS FIDE A ffie.1 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thai M. I* MA8TKI.J_.BR, holder of State and County Tax Certificate* No. 147&. 14676 and 14677, issued the 3rd day of June. A.D. 194.. han filed same in mj office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Saldl Certificates embrace the following described property In the County oDadt, State of Florida, to wit: It 34, Block 13. Miami Gateway Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Par S3. In the County of Dade, State or Florida, as embraced in CerUficater No. 14675. The assessment of aaJxt property under the said Certificate baaed! was m the name of A. A Wniem. Dot 33. Block 1*. Miami Gateway Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page 63. In the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In Certtficatn No. 14676. The assessment of said property under the -ld certificate Issued was in the name of A. A. Wlllem. It 16. niock 20. Miami Gateway Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page 63. ln the County of I>ade, State or Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 14677. The assessment of salt" property under the said Certificate Issued was In the name of Fred W Henry, et als. Unless said Certificates shall be re deemed according to law, the property doscrihed therein will be sold tothe highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of January, 1945. which Is the 1st day of January, 194B. Dated this 20th day of November. 1944 E. B. L.EATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) ByLM JOHNSON. D. C.\ tl/t12/1-8-15 1



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%  PAGE FOUR *Jf*isii fhrtdUari FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Pott Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187t FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 TEBET 6, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 51 BEACH "V RIPPLES A Column of Activitiee of th Beock "Y" THREE SCORE AND TEN Three score and ten! Seventy years filled with toil and effort—endeavor and undertaking. To show for that expended energy is a life rich with the knowledge that it was not in vain— with the knowing that every moment was spent in doing good —assisting mankind and by so doing enriching oneself. Enrichment not with worldly wealth, but with the satisfaction of learning and knowing—of teaching and helping. A wealth valuable far above that of worldly goods; a wealth unobtainable by material means. That, we believe, in a limited sense covers the purpose of being, with which Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, has traveled his span of three score and ten, the anniversary of which is being observed this week. During the eighteen years in our community, a figure which in itseli signifies liie, Dr. Kaplan has earned the respect of his fellow man and endeared himself to those with whom he has come in contact He has lent his every effort and strength in achieving unity among his people and striven with every might to have the Christian community, obtain an understanding of the Jewish people and their problems. It has been our pleasure to feel his presence here and see the excellent mark he has made for himself and his people. We wish him many many more years of life and health together with his life companion, his devoted wife. We know that all of this time, energies, and efforts will follow that same constructive path as heretofore, doing good and making for all of us a better place in which to live. Friday. Dec. 22: AiiH-rlcan Jewish ('onaress. Wornan'a Division. Friday llcvlcw, 1:30 p. m. Sunday. Dec. 24: Miami n.-a.-h Service. league, Beach "V," supper and dance. Monday, Dec. 25: American Jowiuh ConBrroaa, Women'* Division, roKiil.'ir merlin*. afternoon; lluiilness & Professional Division of Mail.isH.ih. regular meeting. K.a.h •Y," 8:18 |>. in ; lU-ach "T" Dane. Iti-ach "I," 8 Pnt. Tuesday, Dec. 26: lliullk SIIIKI'IK Hoclely sponsored by the Huremi of Jewish Kducatlon with the 'YV and affiliated conjrreSjaUona, Miami lleai-h Jewish Center, v |l in Wednesday, Dec. 27: Bath Jacob Adult Institute, 8-10 p m Workmen's Circle Branch No Ml, Executive Committee meetInjr, X p. in.; Miami BeacO Jewish Center Adult Courses In conjunction with the Bureau Of Jewish Education and sponsoring organizations, R p. in Thursday, Dec. 28: American Jewish ConBTSaSV Women's Division, TerramRestaurant, Beach, desert luncheon, 1 p, m.; Adult Courses sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth David and Temple Israel, Beth David, 8 p. m. Philadelphia (JTA)—In the six yean ending June 30. 1943. the Jewish population of the United States rose to 5,199,000, representing an increase of 428.344, the 46th volume of the American Jewish Year Book, issued this week discloses. The ratio of the Jewish to the general population in 1913 is estimated at 3.7 percent. In 1937 it was also 3.7 percent Edited by Harry Schneiderman for the American Jewish Committee, of which he is assistant secretary, and compiled by the Committee's research staff, the Year Book is published and distributed by the Jewish Publication Society of America. The breakdown of the rise in Jewish population from 1937 to 1943 shows an estimated natural increase of 279,000 and a net increase from immigration to this country of 149,344. The estimated Jewish population, the Year Book points out, is "derived from reports submitted by the various congregations and local communal leaders and, in some communities, through actual enumeration," an enumeration supplemented by research. The Miami Beach Service League will hold its annual affair at the Miami Beach YM & WHA I on Sunday night, December 24. A buffet turkey supper will be served from 6:30 to 8 o'clock after which there will be dancing and entertainment The price of admission is $1.25. A committee, i headed by Mrs. Charles Raab and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky. is in charge | of the affair. Proceeds will be used for servicemen's activities at the Y. The Miami Beach Service Lea: gue. headed by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, is one of three service groups affiliated with the Greater Miami Army & Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, dedicated to a program of war service to members of the armed forces. The Senior Chapter of Hadassah will hold its annual dinner elance at 7 p. m. January 9 at the Latin Quarter. Proceeds will ^o to the Rothschild Memorial Hospital in Palestine, which was built in 1939 as a haven fur nl ercular children routed out of war-torn Europe. Mrs. Harry Rubin, chairman, and Mrs. George Chertkof, co-chairman, announce reservations must be made in advance and none will be taken by the Latin Quarter for that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten are arranging for a group of returnee servicemen and their wives to be guests of the organization, and anyone wishing to donate her ticket or purchase an extra one for this purpose is asked to contact the Van Straatens at 5-6701. Mrs. Harold Spaet (6-2012). Mrs. Harry Platoff (5-0163), or Mrs. George Chertkof (3-7223) may be called for reservations. London (JTA)— The Rumanian Cabinet has voted to return to I Jewish organizations the funds I confiscated from them under the previous regime, it was announced over the Bucharest radio. The broadcast estimated that the organizations concerned will receive 67,000,000 lei. which is $465,000 at the pre-war rate of exchange. The broadcast also reported that a government commission, under the chairmanship of Minister of Justice Lucretiu Patrascanu, has submitted to the cabinet the final draft of a decree abrogating the racial laws in Rumania. The decree is to apply equally to employees, propertyowners and tenants who suffered from the anti-Jewish laws issued by the previous regime, the announcement said. NEW SPIRITUAL LEMEIJT ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Church. Dr. Ralph W. Sockman. and Park Avenue Christ Church, and Central Synagogue. The rabbi conducted Holiday services for the Jewish Welfare Board. Camp Lee, Va., in 1943 and was interim rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel, Houston, Texas in the fall of that year. As a member of the Commission on Jewish Education of the UAHC and CCar, he has written extensively for the "Jewish Layman," "Hebrew Union College Monthly," and other periodicals. He is a member of the Committee of National Conference of Christians and Jews to set up "Principles of Religious Broadcasting" adopted by broadcasters and religious organizations, and represented Jewish religious broadcasting at the annual institutes for "Education by Radio" sponsored by Ohio State University in 1942-43. In 1934 he toured Canada in the interest of the Joint Distribution Committee, and toured the midwest for the United Jewish Appeal the next year. He married Miss Anne M. Salinger, of San Francisco. Calif. in 1942. He is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Hebrew Union College Alumni' Association, American Academy ] of Political Science, and honorary life member of the Elks. His last post prior to coming I to Miami was with the Union of I American Hebrew Congregations in Community Service. He was called to this position in October 1941 to assist Rabbi Edward L. Israel in the revitalization of Heiorm Judaism, which was his program for the Union. Dr. Alexander Libow, who has recently returned to civilian practice after serving 14 months in the United States Army, has J ust opened an office in the In Medical Bldg. Dr. Libow liated from the New York Medical College in 1931 and. after ,i period of internship, spent three years at Seaview Hospital, Stat< n Island, N. Y. as resident I inn in diseases of the chest. Until his entrance in the army, he practiced at Liberty, New York. He is a fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and a member of the American Trudeau Society. Ruth Brotman is arranging a gala holiday concert December ji for the officers stationed at the Greater Miami 36th St. Air Base. Artists participating in the program will include Henry Gregor, pianist and composer; Anyuta Melicov. pianist; Bela Urban, violinist; Ruth Brotman, coloratura soprano. A colored choral group composed ( ,f 18 servicemen will sing negro spirituals. Libby Fishbe m and Stella Turk will give a humorous skit. Christmas gifts will be distributed. Jerusalem (JTA)-Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine this week indicated that he does not believe that Palestine will be-' come a Jewish State immediate-! ly. He emphasized that the younger people in Palestine are certain to see the results of their work and that "a transition period of five or six years are nothing in a period such as the world is now going through." New York (JTA)—The enormitv ol the task facing relief organizations in liberated Europe is underscored by the achieve, ments of the Joint Distribution Committee in helping to alleviate the widespread distress in, Italy, said Max Perlman, a JDC overseas worker, at a press conference here. Mr. Perlman. one of the two American social workers who were the first to enter liberated Italy, left that country a week ago after eight months there and six months in North Africa. "Today there are 22,000 J. ws in liberated Italy," Mr. Perlman reported. "Of this group, 5.000 arc non-Italian refugees. Although in all of Italy there is Utter devastation of homes and communities, hunger, nakedness. lack ol protection fn im heat, cold and rain; children who have been separated from parents, and a, frightened population, each area ent individual problems." Alfred B. Rosenstein, chairman ol the nominating committee for the Home for the Aged, will present recommendations of the committee for new officers and trustees for the organization at I a meeting called for Wednesday January 3. at the Miami Beach X. Members and interested individuals are invited to attend. Unitad Stataa—Soviet Rusa; Japan Sunday, January 7, at the Beach High School, General Victor A. Yakhontoff will speak on the relationship between our country and the Far Eastern powers. This lecture is the next event in the lecture and concert series. General Yakhontoff has spent many years in the Far East in official capacities and knows all there is to know. We know that you have been concerned, as we all have, with the Pacific situation and here is an opportunity to have your questions answered. There will be a discussion period following the lecture. January 7 is a must on your calendar. Tickets are available now. Buy them at the Y office. Members Members Members Have you paid your dues? Wc need them to keep going. Have you signed up a new member? We need them to keep going, too. Are you telling your friends about our activities? If you aren't you arc cheating them out of lots of fun. For the new season our slogan is, "Every member get a member." Live up to it. Do your part. Dance With Herbia Shaw Make sure your address book has loads of blank pages. You'll need them to write the names of the new friends you will meet at the Get Acquainted dance Monday night, December 25. Sol Levy and his social committee have arranged a very entertaining evening, not the least of which will be the delectable buffet. If you don't dance, come and play the games. Get In the Swing If you don't dance, there is still time to learn. Instruction in Rumba, Samba, Tango and Jitter are given at the Y every Thursday evening at 7:30. From the Leonard Green Studios we have secured Nino De Pena and Evelyn Home, a top notch exhibition team, who give the instructions. If you want to join the class, just bring your membership card and be on time. That's all. New Symphony Hour After basking in the sun, what is better than relaxing in a comfortable chair, smoking your favorite brand (if you can get 'em) and listening to the works of your favorite composer? This Sunday we are inaugurating this much requested program. It will be held in the sunken garden at 4 p. m. Come and tell us who your favorite is, so that we can build our library of music with your choices. The Dark Room No, friends, its not a mystery. The dark room is our Photography Club workroom. It is now in process of construction and will soon be ready for use. Bring your picture problems to the next meeting of the club on Wednesday at 8 p. m. Junior Holiday Program During the winter holiday school recess wc are having special activities in the morning and and early afternoon; lots of new games and fun. Bring your bath' ing suit and a towel. See Miss Levine at 10:30 every morning. Russian Classes Now Meeting Our Russian classes are now in session. You'll be quite old ; fashioned in the post war world,! if you can't speak Russian. Regisj tration is still open, but there aren't many vacancies. Come in \ Thursday before the class and I register. Class meets at 7:15 p. m. with Mrs. Leo Birchansky. Briefs Welcome to the New Yorker Social and Athletic Clubs. This group of seventeen year old young men is the latest addition to our rapidly growing roster of Youth groups. They are energetic and we are expecting big things from them The newly re* organized Journalism Club will elect officers at their next meeting, Wednesday at 8. Now we can expect to see our Spotlite printed regularly. The club can still use writers The Gardening Club takes great pleasure in announcing the birth of a beet. This is their first offspring and oh! my, are they excited! The Stamp Collectors Club is continuing its policy of romancing with stamps from all over the world. New adult members are welcome. Bring your collection and your interesting stories. Visitors are always made to feel at home Coach Gus Jacob-! son has his basketball team primed for a winning sea n Sehwartzman The Y P^' dlers finally came a **£ Monday night they sufferedISK first defeat in twoX^?^ paigning when they bowed tl Company B, AAF. C?ngratuta tions to Company B. This .5. their fourth match withVv %  ffi 3nd they came though Final score was 6 to 3 with Jerry Shechter, Lou Glass 5 Bill Freeman each accounting S one of the Y" s victories. MIAMI Y M Gala Event Planned For Election Night The "Y" Nominating Commit&2 $L ma kin elaborate plans for Wednesday evening. January! i'f. th( L A H nu ; 11 Ele ction Night After the election, a buffet supper wi be served and entertainment will follow. Members are urged' \Z ".£$;.? arrangements to be at the "Y" that night as this will be an unforgettable evening The President. Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer have already been unanimously elected i Contests are for 27 members of the Board for one year and thivS members of the Board for three years. Annual Dance The Annual Dance will be held on Sunday evening, January 21, 1945, at the Policemen's Bene. volent Hall, 2300 N. W. 14th l\. As previously announced, one of the outstanding features of the evening will be a night club entertainment in which members of the "Y" Youth Council will participate. Many surprises are in store. Clubs Again we call your attention to the many clubs for all age groups at the "Y." Call us for further information. Miami "Y" Forum Group Harry Gerstein, chairman of the "Y" Forum Group announces that the next meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, December 27, at 8:15 o'clock at the Miami "Y." The topic to be discussed will be, "Modern Trends." Lawrence Shlechter, noted lecturer and New York attorney will act as moderator. In a colorful costume of her native land, Chiquita, Mexican songster, will entertain at the "Every Member Bring a Member" party which the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress is holding December 28 at the Terrace Restaurant, Miami Beach. The program will begin at 12:30, and following the entertainment. Rabbi Max Shapiro, guest speaker, will talk to the gathering on "You and the World Jewish Congress." Members and friends are urged to attend. Old and new members will be admitted free of charge to the affair, but those who come without bringing a new member will be requested to pay the regular admission price of one dollar. Reservations must be made by calling Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of the membership committee, at 5-7253, or Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, co-chairman, at 58-2064. ALKA-SELTZER off£i fail Ttttrt lor O a M S Ha a BlasW Nrmli. "MornIns After". C4d IM-trtM. Muscular Piln and Ael Iwllttoa. „tk your DnikTgut — M Onto and W OnU Alka-Seltzer Dr. Miles Hen-I Sbiyk* n—, ~aa IrriUMlitr. f — Buatouatr %  • %  I Are u directed. OR MILES tions and sas only X S NERVINE Ot row dsilr au nu <* Vitamins A and D •"''"Complex by takin* O"** A-DAT (brand) Vitamin Tablet*. Eronomleal.eonMilntAt your dm* •***"" tar Of Ms 1 b M ONE-fl-DAY VITAMIN TABltl wOVi* Srfcffiftj Keep on buyln. War Bonds.



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DECEMBER 22. 1944 face Facts B y Alexander F. Millet Florida Fegion<.l Din Anti Defamation League \T probably remember GusMaertz. H you don't, then B V chnuld He is that fine Amcr"n Son who made the moE {the recent wild-cat con". railed by Gerald L. K. ""h in Chicago to the effect & all Jews should be sterilized ^deported. y. er u was recently mterviewJbJ a reporter from the St. 'fL.iQ Stai -Times. He was found K atall. lean, black-moustiSJd, 30-yrar old, 4-F. whose Eftfe charged in her unconIwtfd divorce suit that he nad wipd their 8-year-old daughter \* !" Z a portrait of Adolf toiler He was the former spark Zof some of the German front IKnizations which operated ISTbefore Pearl Harbor. Since En he has been working vigorB1V underground and he a Sfidcnt that 'The Movement | u break out with shocking 1 Tiolencc when peace comes. I Here are some of the more inI westing statements made by lihertz to the reporter: 1 "We may be under cover, but %  eve never stopped. We're linup now. On one side will be Itkr rights, the nationalists, farmA professionals, small business I pen a section of labor, the reIturrune soldiers. On the other |gde will be the lefts, the internationalists. — the foreign-born, Ik Jews and the Political Action I Committee of the C.I.O." I "When the time comes, the big I boys will show themselves as leaders. Some are big business men and industrialists > "But I can tell you this Lindbergh isn't through. Neither is' father Coughlin. You don't K o for years and then change overnight. Hamilton Fish and Stephen Day are finished. They and a 1 tot of others like them are nice fellows and have their useful-] ness but they have been smeared by HeW" 1 a of whic b is Jewl controlled. •J! 0 !!?; M 2 sl 7 I s oka yb ut wi too old. Carl Mote, there's a fellow to watch. Gerald Smith I MW •,?• PlaCL n the t-UPJoe McWilhams, this is not going to be a one-man show But everybody will have a place even the crackpots." Maertz stated that he had just returned from Benton Harbor Michigan where he had worked for the re-election of Rep. Clare E. Hoffman. He admitted he had dined with Hoffman. "We did all right," Maertz said. "Hoffman was re-elected by the biggest majority in his career. We need more like him." After the interview, according to this reporter "Gustav Homer Maertz, alias Homer Hermer Maertz, alias Gustav H. Maersh. undercover agent of National Fascism, jail bird, wife deserter, bundist and anti-semite "student of politics, mob-psychology, comparative religion, archaeology" and trickery, arose and stepped out into the night to begin his journey among the democracydestroying forces that work in darkness with obscene scrawl and whispered lie and hood and mask while other men spill their blood for a fairer world." ?^ewisFk>rMia,ri PAGE FIVE o A %  2* TOGUST BROS R> : ; f" is the BEST' • I KVISO I L u• C • P i '• i AMI* ; *• I:*I> 01 N N i1 r I %  4 II \\ c QUINS AVI SY.ftlECiHt WILL OPEN SOON! An Eating Place ol Distinction FINE STEAKS—CHOPS DINNERS 'ficb* 4 *^ 743 Washington Ave. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED For those who observe the Jewish Dietary Laws as well as those who want delicious food the Flamingo solves your problem. Mrs. Jack Rosen. newly-elected president of B'nai B nth Girls', will announce committee appointments at the next ; meeting of the organization. University of Miami Hillel Foundation overflowed with I guests attending the Foundation's Chanuka party December 9. j Honored guests included the Foundation's Advisory Council. Sailor Vincent de Sousa and Phyllis Schulman sang for the gathering, and Art Baron entertained on the accordian. B'nai B'rith Auxiliary furnished the refreshments, which were served under the supervision of Mrs. Ida Optner assisted by Mrs. Sam Miller, Mrs. Louis Van Gilder, and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose. Feature of the evening was the presentation of Captain Baron de Hirsh Meyer's check for the Memorial Library by Mrs. Ida Optner. Dr. Louis Manley, professor of political science at the University, lectured to a fine attendance of Hillelitcs, followed by the usual social hour for discussion and group activities The annual holiday racing period at the West'Flajlfjr Kennel club will swing into lull stride tonight and continue rightly except Sunday throughout the coming week. Having erased a myriad of state records for the sport during the past five weeks, West Flagler is looking to the New Year and the greatest meeting in its history. Directed by Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager, the West Flagler schedule calls for special 10-race schedule Saturday night marking its Xmas Eve presentation, the thrilling Christmas night card on Monday night and the special Orange Bowl and New Year's programs next weekend. Tonight, West Flagler will have as its guests for a salute from "the hometown track," the beautiful Mai Marshall Models who have been dedicated to the national presentation of Miami-made creations. These beauties tonight to present for the first time a special costume designed for women greyhound racing patrons. The nightly programs go at 8 p. m. with the daily double on the first and third races. No minors are admitted. ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE SOUTH IS DANGEROUS Mexico City (JTA) — AntiSemitism presents a danger to all the countries of Latin-America, Vicente Lombardo-Toledano, president of the Latin-American Federation of Labor, declared at the opening session of the organization's convention in CaiiColombia, according to information received" here. He pointed out that anti-Semitism was used by all reactionary forces to promote national disintegration. Prior to leaving here from Call, Mr. Lombardo-Toledano told a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent that the convention would consider steps to outroot anti-Semitism from Latin America and would, probably, express itself in favor of a Jewish state in Palestine. The labor leader said that personally he favored the establishment of such a state. DR. AARON J. COHEN OPTOMETRIST ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT 542 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE "COMPLETE EYE SERVICE" PHONE 5-2763 Every Weekday Night! The Beet In Dog Racing at Florida's No. 1 Greyhound Racing Center (No Minors Admitted) DAILY DOUBLE, 1st AND 3rd %*mAGLER KENNEL C L U WEST FLAGLER AT 37TH AVE. £>r p.tron, desiring to uee bu. tran.portat.on. convenient Prn," 'f.r.d ov.r th. Red Adams But fromi W E ro, "'n.| Blda. station. 21 N. E. 2nd Av... vi w. 7th St. rout* to the Army Air Bate. Season's Greetings Selma's Cosmetic Shop Patent Medicines — Toys Full Line ot Cosmetics 1147 Washington Ave. Hammond's Restaurant, 1626 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, is under the direction of the Hammonds who operated the Woodmantin Inn in New York. This widely known club, the largest of its type in the area, with a seating capacity of 1,000, was where numerous entertainers got their start and subsequently became celebrities in the field of the cinema and stage. Among stars who were introduced at the inn were Texas Guinan, Ginger Rogers. Harry Richman, Van and Schenck and George Givot. The restaurant on the Beach has been elaborately decorated with murals and its standard for equipment and facilities rated one of the best on the Beach by inspectors and army officials who have checked the place. The food has been declared excellent by the many patrons already dining there. Made From Fresh Oranges "Joseph and His Brethren" \ will be Rabbi Samuel H. Baron's 1 topic at services Friday evening : at Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME l-OALLIN BOTTLE t Oe CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c i Plus Bertie Deposit > PHONE 2-4128 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Beet car* for chronic sick, convs %  seent en* elderly nnn' EANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices -_,_( Large Beautiful r.munii.^ Your Blood Deposit... Like Money in the BankDraw on it in case ol need • GIVE NOW—CALL RUDY ADLER 5-5319 For Appointment fjZZfo"" !" "* _HH— ""•"" •ttft'i *Ww "r-7rOS.W.12tUV.MIAMh LlH. *JJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME NE OfFIOAUY KPHSEMT TKMAJOBnOfPWmW jrjnsM FWflwi wms SERVING MMI BEAM %  fxc/usiye/yJewisA -.-. ADVANTAGES J IIAltE FEIlEttU I MORTGAGE v LOW RATES BASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. 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PAGE SIX %  *Jewlsti ficrkUan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. l S. Smulins & Sons 1348 S. W. 2nd St. Miami IJIIXI' outside rooms, famoiiH hump-iHiktvl meala, dietary laws. i>opular prices, beautiful location. NOW OPEN GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL SI6 Washinqton Ave. Phone 5^617 • • • Catering! For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservations in advance for Sabbath MMII London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Finest Kosher Cuisine Open to the Public Phone 5-1264 NOW OPEN VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Laws Strictly Observed NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist Optician Phone 5-2343 SEEYOU* COLunS atTIDEr.TIETH Di-linhtful Cuisine In An Atmosphere of Distinction Charcoal Broiled Steaks. Prime Ribs of Beef and Chicken in the Pot Our Daily Special DINNER SERVED FROM 5 TO 10 P. M. Open 7 A. M. to 2 A. M. Air Conditioned Kriegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room AT ADMIRAL HOTEL 1020 MERIDIAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH TEL. 5 9396 Ilndei personal supervision ol the Kjiegels ami Jackson <•! Lakewciod .111.1 Rorkan ij foi -' %  > i Breakfast up to 11:00 A. M. Dinner from 5:00 P. M. Saturday from 5:00 P. M. only LINDEVS RESTAURANT 731 Washington Avenue RE-OPENING TONIGHT 4:30 P. M. Full Course Dinner Featuring Fresh Killed Poultry. Steaks. Chops and Seafood CLUB BREAKFAST COMPLETE LUNCHES After Theatre Specialties PHONE 5-7780 Embassy Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue %  wa HUNGARIAN-JEWISH CUISINE All Pastry Baked on Premises Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel.. 5-6114 Upton House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who Hare One 242 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-6433 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23rd Grand Opening of STRAND RESTAURANT BY SAM RUTTER AND JULIUS HADER Original Owners of Hoffman's. Collins AT*. WE CATER TO WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAS AND PARTIES IN OUR PRrVATE DINING ROOMS POPULAR PRICES Washinaton Ave. and 12th St., Miami Beach Phone 58-2979 OBITUARIES JOSEPH PATTERSON JOStpIl Patterson, IS. of -03J N. W. Filler Ter.. died In a loial hospital Saturday nioniliiK tollowtag a long Illness, lithad bean a resident of Miami fur I'D vsars, having come here from Dayton. O., and operated a wholesale produce firm. .Surviving aio his wife. Mrs. I'elia Patterson; Adolph. V. S. Marine Corps, and Samuel, U. S. Army overseas; and SIM .laughter, Julie, of Miami; and two brothers, Isaac and Tony, both of Dayton The body was sent to Dayton by the tiordon Funeral home. SAMUEL BRENSON Samuel Hrenson. 7<>. retired jeweler, died Thursday morning at his home, 311 S. W. Fifth Ave., after a long Illness. He came to Miami 18 month* ao from New York City. He Is survival by his widow, Ksther, a son, William, and three daughters. Mrs Jessie Italian, Mrs Minnie Si.ii/. and Mrs. Kva Stahl, all of Miami The body WSa returned to New York City by rdon Funeral home for services and burial. JACK B. WEINTRAUB Jack H. Welntraub. 60, retired clothing merchant who nine from Providence, K. L, 26 years ago and lived St 7:* 00th St.. Miami lleach, died in a hospital Monday after a brief lllneas. He was a member of James Cornell Masonic I^Mlge. Miami Iteach; MIMIC No. 1601. Harvey Seeds l'ost, American Legion, and the Knights of 1'ythlas. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alvu C. Welntraub. a daughter, Miss Hetty It., both of Miami Beach; two sons. Capt Maurice S. and Corporal Roland C both with ths U S. Army In France anil a sister. Mrs. A. Shapiro, Jacksonville. Services were conducted Wednesday with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. ROSE OREENWALD Mr~ ROM ureeiiwaid. 6'.'. longtime resident <.f Miami Beach, died Thursday at her home, 7:' Third St Justice ol the Peace Kaiph s. Pole said death u i. due to a heart attack Riverside Funeral home was in chars;* of si rengementa, DAVID S. BERLIN David B. itiriin, II, died In a hospital early Tuesday from burns received In an explosion Monday at the Miami Air Depot Berlin, who lived at Bzl N. W. {Ath Ave Miami Beach, was taken t.i the hospital after vapor in a drain at the engine leal building was Ignited. A native ••< Rozbury, Mass., he is survived bj his wife. Mrs. Kva Berlin; mother, lira Molly Berlin; a daughter, Miss Judith L*e Berlin, all f Miami Iteach, three brothers and tw.. sisters, The body was sent to Bostoi bj Riverside Memorial chapel. Judith Wolpert, daughter of Mr. ;ind Mrs. George Wolpert, 1 was awarded second prize in the Miami Herald's essay contest last i week. Judith, a high school studi nt, has earned quite a reputation for herseli In the field of journalism, having; received men. tion in "Editor and Publisher." | She is now on the staff of the 1 Miami Dailv News. Circuit Judge George E. Holt announced the acceptance of the chairmanship <>i the Dade county March of Dimes campaign. This is the third time Judge Holt has served as chairman of the campaign, which is held under tin auspices of the National Foundation (or Infantile Para* lysis. New officers of the Miami Fashion council of the Chamber of Commerce, headed by Arthur S. Kahn. of B. S. Kahn & Co., were installed at the council's annual dinner on Dec. 21. at El Comodoro hotel. President Henry O. Shaw of the Chamber of Commerce installed the 1945 officers elected by the style group in November. Kahn succeed Mai Marshall, who has headed the council for three years. The Standard Detective Bureau, with home offices in Waco, Texas, has announced the appointment of Henry Miller as resident manager for the district of Florida. Mr. Miller has been active in business circles in Miami for the past 15 years and was formerly owner and operator of the Reliable Linen Supply Company and the White Swan Linen Supply Company. The Miami offices of the Standard Detective Bureau are at 1301-5 Postal Building. This concern has been in such cessiu) and continuous operation for the past forty-one years with home offices occupying the second floor of the Medical Arts Building in Waco. They have made an enviable reputation throughout the nation for courteous, prompt and satisfactory service and they serve the entire field and phase of the detective business. Criminal, civil, industrial and confidential investigations are handled by the top notch operators. BIRTHS ififa Vt M an 3 Mrs Stanley Richard. 1619 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter on December 17. ii STAR DAIRY & VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT 841 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach Ph. 5-9182 Open From 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Specializing in Fish Dinners All Baking Done On Premises HdmmonD's No Tricky Food At HAMMOND'! If You Like— —The Finest Food —Honest Quality —Generous Servings as fresh and pure as market affords and wit camouflage— Then You'll Like HAMMOND' NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue Miami Dining Room NOW OPEN! FEATURING KOSHER CUISINE RESERVATIONS PHONE 5THE ROYAL TEA ROOM 'THE INTIMATE CORNER** AT THE HARRISON HOTEL 411 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Dairy and Fish Dishes—Home Cooking—All Baking donel Premises I Oneg Shabbat will be our attraction every Friday ni^ ADOLPH ABRAMSON, Mar.



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{ DECEMBER 22, 1944 Efl MIAMI AHMY-KAVY COMMITTEErs^^irr^ = ^============^^==== SERVICE *V ROUNDED IN ACTION I i.mn Spector. aon of LIr. Lyg. SnSl frto. W l IfV 2nd St., was wounded In B£ SGermany October 20 I *ft now recuperating in a IJprpital wmewhere In Enaw uju Clara Raff. 1017 JetfeciJxTe.. received word from B War Department that her 1 1 Pfc. MorrU Raff waa 1 £nd.d in the European area. uyinT^fc Julius Baida, 23 l-of Mrand Mrs. M. Baida. %  Meridian Ave Miami Kth recently completed a year IJduty with the marine guard TlSa served in the Guadall campaign, from Aug. 7, t until Jan. 5, 1943, with an Somatic weapons outfit and CTpart in the famous tank L of Tenaru river. w ore his return to the States September, 1943. due to a meal disease, he had served |l months overseas. [Heattended Miami Beach High lionard L. Covan. S 2-c, a Urz.c Miami Senior High cheerllwicr Ls taking a pre-radio %  oirst at the HuKh Manley school I* Chicago. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Iloraan Covan, 2318 S. W. 20th ,he enlu-tcd in the Navy last He promotion of Jo S. erg. 534 N. E. 23rd St.. to E it has been announced I New Guinea where he is on with a field artillery unit. has been overseas seven %  ths. His wife lives at the address and his parents. and Mi M. Scheinberg, at IS. W. Ninth Ave. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR IMw-iimWm GroUD. H a m ui g-j*_ !" TI&. chiw?.(5Kni Tmrtdmy; ?^h re ^ ear8a1 ?. p m M1,ml B*ch Jewish Community C n tr. H15 Bu" W^l^V: am r EmanUel B rkan Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 n m ui. ami Beo-h YM A THA; Study Group. The Recinatruotionlst Movement !. P ra • Mlan '' Bearh TM & WHA Chaplain Saul Kraft Friday: Sabbath Service*, 8 p, m. ChanUta Saul Kraft. Miami "Ch TM WHA; Chaplain Carl I Min, r L,". Bc !*^? Hotel U ** Collins Ave. Miami1 Bearh; JWB One B Shabbati rarrwhments nrrved by h.-steiwes rroni the Miami Bach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky. Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB One; Shabbat. refre*ments served by IIOKWHS.-S from the Miami 8rvlee League. Satorday: Servlo-men's Danre. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshment-. served by Miami Biarh S-rvlre Leajrue; Servicemen's danre. s p. m Miami YM & YWHA. 1567 a W. 0th St.. refreshment* wrv.-d by Miami Service League. SaadayI Srrio-men's Dance, 8 p. m .. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments Mired by senior hoHless-s. WOUND ED IN ACTION Lt Henry Alper. 27, of Hollywood Cal. In Burma. Attached to a field artillery outfit. Lt. Alper )w£ ,n u Je ? p on its way t0 the front when it ran over a mine. Pfc. Alvin Baslrin. 21, of Chicago, 111 In Italy. An infantryman. Alper was bayoneted through the back. Purple Heart. „, Fi "t SgtSamuel M. Bloom. 21, of Chicago, 111. In France. He 1S fc,T UPerating in an ** %  ''OSPAGE SEVEN Pfc. Herbert Blum. 19. of France"' "' Y In Southern Pvt Meyer Bromberg. 35, of Chicago, 111. An infantryman, tsromberg was wounded at St. Lo, France. Pfc Sidney L. Conn. 24, of Chicago, I1L At Biak. New Guinea. Staff Sgt Irving Drucker. 34, pf. Chelsea, Mass. On Normandy beaches in D day assault. Pfc Bernard Goldstein. 37, of Brooklyn. In Italy. He is a veteran of the fighting on Sicily and also took part in the Cassino. Anzio and Rome campaigns. Jack Cohen. Mu 2/c. back in the States after two years of overseas duty, is visiting here with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tudor, 1902 S. W. 7th St. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen, of Bronx, N. Y., who will move here in February to take up permanent residence. Iteond Lt. Daniel Cravitt 21, IS W. 26th Rd., copilot in a "1 Liberator group commanded [ItCol. Philip R. Hawes. Pearl J, N. Y„ recently flew his or "hump"' mission from Lt. Stanley Kolber. former stu, dent at the University of Miami, j has been transferred from an I anti-aircraft unit at Camp Davis to the infantry at Camp Wolters, ; Tex. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kolber, live at 1244 Pennsylvania Ave Miami Beach. Lt Joe Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1504 Michigan Ave., has received the Air Medal for his services in the South Pacific. Lt. Gardner formerly resided here, attended Miami Beach High school. He is pilot of a B-25 in the Pacific area. Orders came through from the war department, effective Dec. 1, 1944, promoting 2d Lt. Seymour Rubin to first lieutenant. Lt. Rubin was known in the real estate and construction business in Miami Beach, where he still has an office. His residence is 4365 N. Bay Rd. Home Cooked Kosher Meali EOP'EL'S 29 N. E. 11th Street Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known —Short Wave Radio Frequency— We specialize in removing hair from the face, arms and legs. Results Guaranteed IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phone 58-2997 [Albert L. Kahn, 420 Lincoln .today received a letter from lr., Capt. Arthur M. Kahn. stated he had reached his Sgt Abraham Winokur. 26. •( New York City. In New Guinea. He has shot by a Jap sniper while out on patrol. Sgt. Winokur tion" safely in the South 1 had received the Purple Heart 1 with three Oakleaf Clusters. I Out Thi 8 Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committe*, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Mkrmi 18, Florida I feme I Borne Addres3 iBinh Date Serial No. StreA Birthpla City State [Civilian Occupatii I to* Entry I %  Service City State Marital Status Jtotch of Service jWl name of nearest kia Itaationship Addree. Information Transmitted br llPhone numt>er Date -Discharged Rank or Rating He doesn't advertise—he doesn't go around bragging—nor does he publicly announce to the world at large about a motorcade for a group of wounded overseas veterans, which is under his personal sponsorship and which is financed by him. But it is impossible to keep enthused women from expressing themselves about Sam Weissel's pet activity in behalf of returnees. At a meeting of the Miami Service League this story came to the attention of the local JWB Director, and in telling this story, Mr. Mistovsky feels that the community should know what Sam Weissel is doing for those boys who have beeji in combat, fightint; to preserve democracy. Mr. Weissel has been able to secure a special allotment of gasoline coupons for this purpose and with the volunteer help of a group of women drivers, members of the Miami Service League, the boys are taken on a trip through Miami, Miami Beach and outskirts, after which they are invited, as the personal guests of Mr. Weissel to a restaurant for dinner. The following women served as "Driver Hostto a party of 32 boys recently: Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs Henry A. Kauffman. Mrs. Nat Levin. Mrs. Henry Green. Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Al Weiss. Mrs. Murrv Koven. Mr Weissel supplies the cars, gasoline and the dinner for these parties which are held periodically. Pvt. Hy^ian J. FishoH. 23 of Br oklvn. At St. Lo. Attached to Fi, ,,| Artillery. _____ DiToti ^ ^ %  -——— %  *9 This P. B to the Eflort. of th. AmyN.-f Committee. Mad. Possible Througk the Co-Operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1& E. Flagler St — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 178 N. W. Fifth Street PUBLIC GAS CO. '200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. '00 S. Miami Avonu. SY BIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL ? 6 S. E. lit Street RUBIN SONS— OriQinal Rubins N. Miami Av.nu. >unuf BOTH & HAYS '•ur.ra Ao.nt_ Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami Florid. RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E, Flaqler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 102 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE ,51 E-riagler Street. Miami ANN'S • IMPORTERS T14 Lincobi Hoad ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO JJ You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision Co. 9 Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 MRS. KOONTZ PRAISES MIAMI SERV. LEAGUE Mrs. Frances Koontz, field director of the American Red Cross wrote the following unsolicited letter of praise to Mrs. George Chertkof of the Miami Service League, for this group's Hospital Party which was held for convalescents at the Miami Biltmore Hospital in Coral Gables: "Dear Mrs. Chertkof: "Again you have brought us a party which, in the language of the soldiers themselves, was tops.' Never have our patients had a better time and we are certainly grateful to you and all the members of the Miami Service League for your making this possible. It is a pleasure to plan a party that you know the men will like. We are indeed delighted to plan our monthly schedule with a Bingo Party by the Miami Service League for the first Monday night. We are already looking forward to your visit on January 8. We shall be delighted to make any further plans with you, and are certain that it will be an excellent party, starting the year in the beet way possible. Our very beet wishes to all of you. Sincerely yours, (signed) Mrs. Frances Koontz Field Director." About three months ago at the invitation of the American Red Cross, the Miami Service League sponsored a party for patients at the Miami Biltmore Hospital. So pleased was the American Red Cross with the type of affair and the kind of volunteers who helped to make the hospital party a success, that the Field Director extended a second and a third invitation, through the office of the Head Recreation Worker, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Orr, to carry on this program of service as a regular monthly activity. Scheduled for the first Monday of each month, the December party held last Monday evening, was in charge of a group of hostesses which included, Mrs. Al Weiss, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Wm. Weintraub, Mrs. Murry Koven. Mrs. Henry A. Kauffman, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Herman J. Bloom. Mrs. Morris Furman, Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg, Mrs. Jean Silverman. Prt Stephen M. Zingman. 30, of New York City. In France. He was attached to the famed 2nd Armored Division. TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Dining Room Open to Publi. Strict Dietary Cuisine Belvedere Hotel Dining Room Euclid Avenue at 9th Street Miami Beach DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00 PHONE 5-1103 SEASONS GREETINGS ROUND THE CORNER RESTAURANT Featuring Fine 4 Delicioui Dinners Breakfast — Luncheon 212 N. E. Second Street PHONE 3-3425 Open from 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. ROOSEVELT HOTEL 1255 Pennsylvania Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA



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PAGE EIGHT •pJewisti ncrkflan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22 The London Hotel, 727 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, is enjoying its 14th consecutive year of operation under the management of its original owners, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. London. Kosher cuisine is available in the dining room, which is open to the public. Mr. London is especially pleast \ this year with his staff of master craftsmen who will cater to his patrons. • CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES OF THE CHASE FEDERAL MORTGAGE PLAN LOW interest rate. SMALL monthly payments. We also make loans for periods lot exceeding five years without monthly payments. NO LOAN FEES actual cost onry. NO PENALTY lor prepayment. COURTEOUS, efficient service by local people who, like yon, are interested in the permanent betterment of our community. IN TEN YEARS we have served over 1600 families (over $11,000,000 in mortgage loans) with only one foreclosure. • IT IS OBVIOUS that our loan plan has proven sound for your neighbors why not let it work for you. 1111 Lincoln Road— 2 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami %  srvteas announced through orenter Mlnml Kabl1l11lc.il AKHoclatlon are: TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St. Friday evening service* at SI'. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will %  peak on "What Can a Man iti-iieviToday?" Saturday morning; sarvlcea ai 11 ..chirk. Ilnhhl A|i|>tll>niim will speak i.n ihr l'ortli.ii <>f the I .aw. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will meet with the 1'IM UNHIOII (irnup "ii Sunday mornInn t li o'clock. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.Kal>baln Shabbos at 6:15 Friday evening, followed by late services at I IS Rabbi Irving Lehrman will spfiik on "The OlamorofOur Palth." Cantor Emanuel Barkan ami th.Center rholr will chant Saturday morning services at a m., nt which time Kat.i.i Lehrman will preach "n lh Weekly Portion .f the Law. Herberl Wlahman, %  on .f Mr. and Mr. Nathan Wlahman, will Iwyime liar mltzvali. Cantor Barkan will officiate, Bible classes at ll."i; Mlncha at 5:46. Srhalim Beudol at p in donated by Mr, and Mm. Dahlel Broad In honor of the hlrth Of th.-lr Rr.nidchlld. Maariv to follow Sunday school at 10 a. m. Hebrew school dally. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con%  ervative. 781 41tt St.. Miami Beach.— Friday evening service nt 6:16 D, "' Miss Maivina Welaf win apeak on "Peace on EarthOood Will Amongst Children." Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct the services Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Mm. K. Sail and Mrs Harry A Iflller as hostesses Cantor Louis Hayman will officiate and lead the Congregational singing. Sahhath services at i" a. m itjii.i.i Kronlah will preach on the Portion of the Week. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.Lata Prldaj evening services at >, 16 rondurted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Abraham Friedman and choir will officiate The rabbi will apeak on "The American Jewish Conference." Mr and Mrs Sam Weissel will be 1 al .i reception Immediately following the servicei In honor "f Mrs Wi %  %  blrthdaj Bei vlcei Satui da) morning • • 0 Junloi services it : BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Friday evening services i •". ;> m Late Pi Ida v nlghl aei at • SO Rabbi Motet Mescheloff will on "What's Wrong With Jew l'l itlon." Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in the communal singing • mg sei \ lea at 7 and ',• It'ibhl Meachelofrs sermon topic will be Co latInn In Age." A HlnnlonK*athei and Bon i eligloui servl %  • n i hi hi Id il 9 10 .i in in the u ij bu Hillng lun Im i • 10 a in Voung 1 ee at 3:30 p m under iderehlu of Mm Rachel Soldow. a) •'. i. m Hi >I • %  |ng the wlntei %  I from i" to %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave Pi iday • %  S p n Mil %  li %  • i l< %  -. and M v at i ...i i %  i ening • R:I5 p m R.ibbi Simon April w .11 !; %  fn • li u ill be served b) (hi 1edles' larj Hi I. rel /• Ai k T ilmud Toi ih 154! .W Ird St Pi Idaj t 6 p in Late Prlday evening services ..t the Miami ,lewi h orthodox Synagogue Skturda) • ng comblm I ervlci it 9 a no nt the Talmud Torah Rabbi Rlmon April will iddrees the congregation Mini'm services ai .'• SO p m followed by Bchaloa Beudos Hebrew School flails it 4 p in. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES I must disappoint most of my readers since I promised last week that this week's column would be my obit. It develops now that since my successor has not been named that you will be required to suffer further until such happy day arrives. An interesting note comes through the A.D.L. office in reference to letter received by one of our brothers from his 15 year old son who is in the military academy at Gainesville, Ga. I would like to quote excerpt from this letter: "It's funny how you explain to me what the B'nai B'rith is. I think it's swell that you are doing the work you are doing with B'nai B'rith dad, because they are doing a lot to give us our Jewish services. We had our service today. It was the first Chanhauh service. Next Sunday we are going to have our Chanhauh party. I'm proud to have a father who is working for that fine organization." I wonder how many of you members are as proud to be a part of our program as this boy is proud of his father. Mrs. Jean Seitlin asks that in the usual laxity of the holiday season, that you do not tnulect the rummage store. The women have done such a remarkable job here that we should make every extra effort possible to help and encourage them in the continued successful operation of this store. At the present time they are very low on rummage and I feel certain that must of the members of the organization and their wives and children, have much old clothing which they are not using, and •in not intend to use, and which is cluttering up closets due to the I. i/mess of the "old man" Who evi iv Sunday gays: "Well. I will do that next week.'' Why don't you just go into the back of that closet now, ta1e Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 LAINHART & POTTE1 ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 Wast Palm Beach. Fla.


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 22, 1944

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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December 22, 1944

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

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i^Bi^UEIliDipidliiaup
^[UME 17-NUMBER 51
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
II PALESTINE IS
London (JTA)A statement of
nnhev advocating a Jewish ma-
JJity' in Palestine and a volun-
y transfer of Arabs to neigh-
boring countries, as well as the
-tension of the present bound-
aries of Palestine through nego-
Stions with Syria Trans Jordan
and Egypt, was adopted by the
convention of the British Labor
PThis policy will be the official
stand of the Labor Party on the
Palestine issue. All other resolu-
tions with regard to Palestine
which were submitted to the
conventiun have been shelved by
the adoption of this statement.
No further debate on Palestine
I will take place at the convention.
Then- was a strong case for
this befi re the outbreak of the
war and there is an irresistible
case now after the unspeakable
atrocities of the cold and cal-
I culated Nazi plan to kill all Jews
in Europe," the report said. It
urged the British Labor Party
to seek Ihe support of the Amer-
ican and Russian governments
(or tin i licy on Palestine recem-
mended by the executive.
Washington (JTA)The Soviet
Embassy here has issued a denial
of the reports carried by the on
in Pal that Russian author-
ities in liberated Bessarabia,
Bukovina and the eastern section
of Poland are transferring sec-
tion;, of the population to Si!
and that 8- veral hundred Jews
have already been removed from
Czrrnovitz. capital of Bukovina,
I to the Urals.
The ci. nial says that the facts
mentioned in the report "are all
wrens and do not correspond
with the reality." The denial
was addressed to the Federation
of Bessarabia!) Societies of Amer-
ica which asked the embassy to
verify uV news which was cabled
from Jerusalem to this country.
ONE-THIRD OF FRENCH'
TO NEED WINTER HELP
Paris (JTA)One-third of the
entire Jewish population in
France will require relief to get
through the winter months. Dr.
Joseph Schwartz, chairman of
the European Executive Council i
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, reported this week after I
completing a survey of the situa-1
tion here.
Reporting that almost 30.000;
adults, in addition to about 10.- J
000 children, have already regis-1
tered with various Jewish com-
mittees for some measure of re-
lief, Dr. Schwartz declared that
the number is mounting daily
and would reach 50,000 in addi-
tion to the children and those
registered with public agencies.
TRANSPORT WITH 958
JEWS IN CONSTANZA
SPIRITUAL
LEADER AT ISRAEL
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum of
Cincinnati has been elected to
the pulpit of Temple Israel, Mi-
ami's Reform congregation, Max
Orovitz, president, announced.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan is rabbi
emeritus, and Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman is now on leave serving
as an army chaplain.
Rabbi Appelbaum was born in
i Cleveland in 1907 and attended
schools there. He taught at Eu-
jclid Avenue Temple, Cleveland.
' attended Western Reserve Uni-
FRENCH TRANSFERRED
TO "REPRISAL CAMP"
Paris (JTA)Many French-
Jewish officers who were taken,
prisoner by the German army
have recently been transferred
to a "reprisal camp" in Luebeck,
known as "Stalag 90," where
they are confined in special bar-
racks, it is reported here.
The newspaper Libres, organ
of the National Movement of War
Prisoners and Deportees, urged
American action to ensure equal-
ity of treatment by Germans for
prisoners of war regardless of
nationality. The paper contrasts
the scrupulous treatment of Ger-
man prisoners by the Ameri-
cans with the shocking treat-
ment of French captives by the
Germans.
-----
Jerusalem (JTAiA transport'
of 958 Jews arrived in Palestine
this week aboard the S.S. Taurus
from the Rumanian port of Con-
stanza. Dr. Weizmann and other
members of the Jewish Agency
left here for the Athlit interment
camp where the refugees will be I
held pending clearance by the!
authorities.
The transport consist,-, of 391
nun. 145 women, 236 boys and
178 girls. Nearly all of the chil-
dren are orphans whose parents
dud while interned in Trans-
nistria, the one-time Rumanian-
held section ol the So> i< I Ukraine
to where about 75,000 Rumanian
Ji \ w ere 1<
SWISS TO ADMIT 14,200
JEWS FROM HUNGARY
Bern (JTA)The Swiss (J
eminent has agreed to admit 14.-
200 Jews from Hungary and to
., ign K 10.000 Swiss francs (al
Si8ti.;)00) tor theii care, 11
learned here this week. About
1,300 Hungarian Jews were ad-
nutted to Switzerland last week.
The decision of the Govern
ment came as a result of negotia-
tions initiated by the Interna-
tional Red Cross and by repre-
sentatives of Jewish organiza-
tions interested in rescuing Jews.
Moscow (JTA)The adminis-
tration of the Jewish autonomous
region in Biro-Bidjan has allo-
cated two million roubles for a
new building for the Jewish the-
atre there, it is reported here.
The report also disclosed that
41 doctors were graduated from
the Biro-Bidjan medical school
this year, bringing to 200 the
total number of graduates of the
institution. Many of these physi-
cians are now serving with Red
Army front-line units.
GERMANS DELIBERATE
IN FIRING SYNAGOGUE
Strasbourg, France (JTA)Not
only did the Germans deliber-
ately burn down the large beauti-
ful Strasbourg synagogue in 1941.
but they compelled French com-
panies which had insured the
edifice for 1,000,000 marks to
turn that sum over to them.
Mayor Charles Frey told a Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency corre-
spondent.
DR. KAPLAN TENDERED
70TH BIRTHDAY DINNER
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be
tendered a dinner in honor of
his 70th birthday next Tuesday
t the L'rmey Hotel. The doctor
is rabbi emeritus of Temple Is-
rael, Miami's Reform Congrega-
tion, which is giving the dinner
in his honor. He has served the
Temple us rabbi since 1926. The
pair is limited to members and
vited guests.
Dr. Kaplan has been active in
"K civic and communal life and
A PERMANENT BLOOD
^ANK IS ANNOUNCED
A permanent Blood Bank de-
pository for Miami Beach was an-
nounced this week by Rudy
Adler. one of the members of a
committee established for this
purpose. Morris Brothers Depart-
ment Store. 1261 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, will set abide
room for the bank, which will
be a branch of the Dade County
Blood Bank
"This will eliminate,'' Mr. Ad-
ler stated, "the necessity of mak-
ing special appointments and u>-
rangements for Miam Beacn
residents and visitors, MWtUjl
do away with unnecessary travel
ing and loss of time." Hours and
otoer details will be announced
hi the near future as soon as'
final Physical arrangements have
been made. ^^^^_
REAL^rVOR^OF CHEST
N5W READ\ TO BEGIN
- earned the respect and af-
*">"n of the community during
**y<-a:\ of service here.
Herbert Feibelman. chairman
(fair, will serve as toast
**fer. Chaplain Carl I. Miller
ui Rive the invocation, and Rev.
**iri Barth will offer the
^diction. Members of the corn-
assisting Mr. Feibelman
Frank Perunan, Joseph
St-'in. Harry Boyell. Mrs
iweii Hi
'ifntz.
Wittee
--^ assisting Mr. reiosusnan
yuwe Frank Perunan, Joseph
Stein. Harry Boyell. Mrs.
25*'" Hvfnan and Mrs. Louis
B"y U s Stamp* and Bonds.
-The real work of the Dade
County Community War Chest
Rlbbi Saul Appelbaum
versity, and took his B. A. de-
gree from the University of Cin-
cinnati in 1929. He was ordained
a rabbi in 1931, following which
he did graduate work at the
University of Chicago Divinity
School. He was called to Temple
Beth Zion in Bradford, Pa and
remained there from 1931 to
1938. There he was active in
Civic work and acted as director
of the Community Chest and of
the Civic Music Association. He
was also co-conductor, with the
Episcopal minister. Rev. Henry
S Sizer. Jr.. of a religious radio
program heard weekly for three
vears He was founder of the
Players Workshop. Civic Forum.
JeS Welfare Fund of Brad-
ford, and served as judge of^ the
Juvenile Court from.1935 to 1938.
He served in New BBW
-issociated with Dr. Jonah B.
Wise at Central Synagogue n
chaw of Religious School Youth
Activities, Brotherhood and Sis-
terhood in addition to preaching
InH omer"rabbinical duties. He
wi. Sam di-tor and -
ductor;preacher of Messa^
Is"S tn coast and produced the
SE? Je^Xtelevision broadcast
f r ,? As secretary and one of
this year. As seer""',, civ e
the founders of YorkvUie
Council in Newi neencies m
leaders in the dmc .
$695,000 to finance *
agencies of human sema
home and around the wona.
Ranged to .peed foment
of 2,000 workers and to exp
the growing need w'^gungs
of the agencies t n [C.
have been concerned w >tn
facts about ^flnWar.^nce a
The campaign w>H UM
total ffgaJSSSm *
agencies of 'J"11'^'"j service
child care, recreati nan a [q
agencies.
Council in '"" : agencies in
Cund and1 direct the ggc
chl,atry,hTehdm>ction of?Sr. Mat-
under tin- direcuo Columbia
thew N. Chappui H(jopcr
,'",VC'rShyinc and with the CO-
SSn Presbyterian
(Conti""*" on P0 4*
BEN-SSoiTSTUM|S
FROM BULGARIA VISIT
im TiTaT David Ben-
jerusalem tJ'"' f tne CXecu-
ira the' Te^4hy-mTCa
sn0IL\ VJn make a scheduled trip
unaJ?le toiT because he was U
J^TRumSian visa.
ORT INDUSTRIAL AND
SCHOOLS ARE OPENED
Geneva (JTA)Several Ort in-
dustrial training schools in Ru-
mania and Bulgaria have re-
opened, according to information
reaching the headquarters of the
World Ort Union here.
Funds have been sent from
here to restore two Ort buildings
in Jassy which were damaged by
the Germans. A report from the
Bulgarian Ort acknowledges re-
ceipt of funds from headquarters
here and states that trade schools
and cooperatives arc functioning.
MIAMIYM&WHAHAS
BAD FIRE LAST SUNDAY
The Miami YM & WHA suf-
fered a fire loss reported to be
in excess of $2,500 last Sunday
evening. The annex to the main
building was severely damaged
by the fire, attributed to spon-
taneous combustion. The organ-
ization is now trying to make
arrangements to replace or make
available substitute facilities.
Washington (JTA) Rep.
Emanuel Celler of New York,
this week protested on the floor
of the House against the failure
of the House Rules Committee
to act on the Palestine Resolu-
tion- which has been before it
for more than a week, following
approval of the bill by the House
Foreign Affairs. Committee An
identical resolution was killed in
the Senate Foreign Relations
Cmmittee last week-
Sofia (JTA)-The situation of
the inhabitants of. Sofia s Jewish
quarter is deteriorating daily,
and as yet no assistance is in
sight. Starved and naked chil-
dren, with despairing eyes, live
with their equally miserable par-
ents in overcrowded, unsanitary
quarters.
David Bcn-Gurion, chairman of
the executive of the Jewish
Agency, who was here this week
to consult with Jewish leaders
and government officials on the
emigration of Jews to Pa estine.
waTso appalled by the sight of
these children that he pledged all
possible efforts, to send the
youngsters to Palestine.
REPLY FROM PRO-
NAZI GROUP SEMT
FROM HUMRGHT
Bucharest (JTA)The Ru-
manian Government this week
made public the text of a_ reply-
received from the pro-Nazi gov-
ernment of Hungary to its re-
quest, sent through the Inter-
national Red Cross, asking that
a special commission be per-
mitted to investigate the situa-
tion of 150,000 Jews reported to
have been deported by Hungary
from the part of Transylvania
annexed from Rumania. The re-
quest, sent two months ago, in-
dicated that Rumania would take
reprisals against Hungarians liv-
ing on Rumanian soil should the
Hungarian Government fail to
give a satisfactory answer.
The answer of the Hungarian
Government, transmitted through
the Red Cross, and received here-
by the Rumanian Ministry ot"
Foreign Affairs, reads: "Transyl-
vanian Jews have not been de-
ported, but have been sent to
work in auxiliary services. The
Government of Hungary asked
the International Red Cross to
send a commission composed of
Rumanian and Hungarian repre-
sentatives to investigate the sit-
uation. The Hungarian Govern-
ment considers the request of
the Rumanian Government a
pretext to justify persecution of
Hungarians in the Rumanian-
held part of Transylvania. The
Hungarian Government thinks it
strange that Rumania should dis-
play an interest only now in the
situation of the Transylvanian
Jews."
SPECIAL CONFERENCE
IS CALLED BY J. D. C.
A special Southern Regional'
Conference called to review pre-
sent and future programs of aid
for distressed Jews overseas has
been announced by the American-
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee to be held Sunday. Jan-
uary 14. at the Ansley Hotel in
Atlanta, Ga.
The conference, the first to be
held by the J.D.C. in the South-
east since 1940, will include dele-
gates from Jewish communities
in North Carolina, South Caro-
lina. Alabama, Tennessee. Louisi-
ana, Mississippi, Florida and
Georgia.
London (JTA)The Palestine
police are receiving greater co-
operation from the Palestine pop-
ulation in combatting terrorists
since the assassination of Lord
Moyne in Cairo.
STRAUSS PREDICTS A
RECORD RACE MEETING
H. L. Straus, president of the
Gables Racing Association, will
open the 20-day annual winter
meeting on Christmas afternoon,
after completing final arrange
ments during the past week. Mr
Straus believes that the coming
meeting will be the greatest in.
the history of the southernmost m
thorc ughbred racing center.


PAGE TWO
+Jewlsli fhrkBan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944



BIRTHS
A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Levin. 1211 N. W.
37th St.. at the Edgewater Hos-
pital December 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertzman.
1207 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
.an> the parents of a son born De-
cember 16 at St. Francis Hospital.
Home from Louisiana State
University to spend the holidays
with her family is Miss Roslyn
Rabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Rabin, 708 S. W. 19th Ave.
Mrs. Tneodere F. Arvan has
.arrived home and is living with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Landesman at 129 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Her husband,
Lt. (s.g.) Arvan, who is stationed
at the Marine Hospital in New
York City, is expected here on
leave in February.
Mrs. Burnett Roth is now at-
tending the University of Flor-
ida, where she is taking a course
in architecture. Mrs. Roth's mo-
ther, Mrs. Sher, is expected to
return soon to Gainesville from
New York, where she has been
visiting for several months. S/Sgt.
Roth expects to spend a fur-
Jough ia Miami with his wife
about February 1st.
Miss Ester Argintar, a sopho-
more at Florida State College for
, Women, is spending her holiday
I vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, 1542
N. W. 2nd St. Miss Argintar is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority.
Visitors from the North at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Enerfeld. 128 Washington Ave..
I Miami Beach, are Dr. and Mrs.
, Samuel Cohen and son Harvey.
Dr. Cohen is a dental surgeon in
New York.
WEDDINGS
Miss Claire Levine, secretary
to the director of the USO-Jew-
ish Welfare Board office here,
will leave this week for a month's
vacation in New York.
Ltncpiq
MM r. m.
HM&mi
Miss Rita Sue Zarct, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zaret
of 1015 W. 47th St.. Miami Beach,
will arrived home for the holi-
days on Dec. 20. Miss Zaret, a
student at the University of Wis-
consin, is majoring in journal-
ism at the university. Accom-
panying her here will be her
roommate, Miss Betty Levy of
Chicago.
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H. MAM AM. AT bifl
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AT THREE
THEATRES
Miss Rosalind Friedman left to-
day on a month's combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip through
the North. While away she will
visit in Baltimore, New York.
Providence.
No picture was ever
O breathtaking!
"LAURA"
The strange and
startling love of a
man for a woman
he had never seen!
GENE TIERNEY
DANA ANDREWS
CLIFTON WEBB
ALSO!
"Lili Marlene"
The song captured
from the enemy ..
Now the most pop-
ular tune of our
troops!
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Swirsky of
Norfolk, Va. are spending a three
weeks vacation with Mrs. Swir-
sky'a sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
1769 N. W. 6th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simberg.
owners of the Broadripple Hotel,
Miami Beach, are spending a few
days in Havana.
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Alligator Wrestling
Alligator Farm
Wishing Well
Bead Bracelets and Bags
Silver Work Indian Dolls
Baskets Tom Toms
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Take Bus 15 or 19
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
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icrted Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob. Miami
wish Orthodox, Schaaioi Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
Miss Marvell Adler became the
bride of Lt. Mcymour Kaplan
USAAF at a ceremony which was
held Wednesday at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Adler. 1941 S. W. 18th
St. Rabbi Kaplan officiated. Fol-
lowing the ceremony, the Adlers
entertained with a wedding din-
ner at the Roncy Plaza Hotel.
Miss Adler attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and also studied
at Traphagen Art School in New
York City.
Lt. Kaplan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Kaplan of New York
City, received his B. A. degree
at Oklahoma University. He was
awarded a fellowship to the Uni-
versity of Louisiana, and later
mas a scholarship student at Co-
lumbia where he received his
L.L.D.
Attending the bride was Miss
Doris Feldman, maid-of-honor.
Captain Sylvan Hertz was best
man.
Guests included Lt. Comdr. and
Mrs. A. Reiter, Boston; Lt. and
Mn. Martin Monat. Trenton. N.
J.; Mrs. Michael Hall. New York
City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler, grand-
parents of the bride; Cadet Larry
Adler. who came from Gordon's
Military Arademy, Barnesville.
for his sister's marriage.
After spending six weeks in
Charlottsville, Va., where Lt.
Kaplan will attend the University
of Virginia, Lt. and Mrs. Kaplan
will make their home in New
Haven, Conn, where the Lieuten-
ant will continue his studies at
Yale University.
Mrs. Morris Alpert. 43S West
Ave.. Miami Beach, is back in
town after an extended stay in
Paterson, N. J. with her daughter.
Mrs. Milton Nussbaum and grand-
child. Fredelle Joy. born No-
vember 17. While away, she
spent Thanksgiving with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. Fein,
of Springfield, Mass., who have
just celebrated their golden wed-
ding anniversary-
Here to spend the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg,
1753 S. W. 19th Ave., are their
son and daughter-in-law, Cpl. and
Mrs. Jack Somberg. They will
return later to Lincoln, Neb.,
where Cpl. Somberg is station.
UNVEILING
A monument to the memory
of Mr. and Mrs. David Lincoln
will be unveiled at services Mon-
day at 3 p. in. in the Jewish
Section of Woodlawn Park. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate, and
arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. Friends are asked
to attend. The deceased are the
parents of Mrs. Philip Somberg,
1753 S. W. 19th Ave.
BRIS
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Levine and Mr.
and Mrs. S. Halpert took place
this week, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating._________^^
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Miss Rosalind Landesman has
arrived here from Cleveland to
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with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Landesman.
Robert Magoon, 10. staff ser-
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di-niy, St. Petersburg, has arrived
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with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Magoon, 1677 West Ave..
Miami Beach. Mr. Magoon is op-
erator of Neil's Restaurant, 1659
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
The Probus Club, an organiza-
tion of 34 business and profes-
sional persons in the community,
reported bond sales in the 6th
War Loan in the amount of
$301,450. The credit for the entire
sale was given to B'nai B'rith,
which has a quota of two million
dollars in the present bond drive.
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N. A. SERVICES
P. O. Pox 1922. Miami 11, Florida
Phona 2-2903
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Phone 28-1163 Phone 58-1203
JOYS
Large Collection of Modern Jewelry
Costume Jewelry, Baas, Gifts
Expert Watch Repairing
627 Lincoln Road
1146 Washington Ave.
Season's Greetings
Darole Cosmetics
Patent MedicinesSundries
Full Line of Cosmetics
927 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-4124
HIGH CLASS RESTAURANT
FOR SALE
125 seats
Long lease with beautiful
duplex bungalow well lo-
cated on Miami Beach.
Price $15,000
Mr. Jones, c/o Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973. Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Georo*. dTITT
of 1836 James Ave.^fmi^
announce the eomine mswuTa
their daughter MUared^Co
Al Augenstein of New York Citv'
The wedding will he k.u
the Tides Hotel, Sunday'V
cember 24 at 2 p. m.. followedbv
a reception and wedding|Jg
for friends of the families
i ? b,ride' a R^duate of Brook
lyn College, took graduate rtSy
at Columbia University. She I
secretary of the Brooklyn Co"
lege Alumm Association and a
member of the Graduate Worn*,,'.
Club of Columbia Universit"'
Cpl. Augenstein. son of Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Augenstein. also
studied at Brooklyn College and
has just been graduated from thf
RaTon^la.70"*^00131^
NeS,eYCorUkPlCiSU ^^^ h
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and
family arrived in town Sunday
after spending the summer at
their home in Asheville, N C
They will reside at 5465 Pinetroe
Dr., Miami Beach. Here to spend
the holiday vacation with Mr?
Wolfson will be her three chil-
dren, Louis Wolfson II, now at
Berkshire school, Sheffield, Mas.
and Frances Louise and Mitchell
Jr.. who attend Plonk School of
Dramatic Art in Asheville. Major
Wolfson is now on active duty
overseas.
Lt. O-K.) and Mrs. Saul R.
Srole are spending a week in
Miami at the home of Mrs. Srole's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zeientz, 337 N. E. 28th St. Follow-
ing their visit here they will j?o
to Chicago and Fort Ord, Calif.
Season's Greetings
Mandell and Comrxmv
Floor CoveringCarpets
RugsLinoleum
1628 Pennsylvania Ave.
Phone 5-1867
Rayon SLIPS...
GOWNS
by Kayress
slip2.98
gown $3.98
Matching lingerie ... so
nice to own! Lovely,
feminine slips and gowns
with net top trim and
dainty embroidery. The
slip in white only, the
gown in white, blue and
blush pink. Sizes 32 to 40
in group.
MIAMI BTORR.
I.INOKRIK.
THIRD FIXrOR
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME
"SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY"
PHONE 9-2664 "A fiuend in need- 2008 W. FLAGLER


piTDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944
C.OFG.OF
IB. HOLD Eli
am OFFICERS
The Miami Beach Junior Cham-
, of officers Tuesday evening
_ nf Commerce held its elec-
~< officers Tuesday evening
;ll-attended meeting of
the
V-MAIL CERTIFICATES
ARE NOW AVAILABLE
. V-Mi>'l Certificates statnR that I
?-h"d has l,c-tn bouKhi as a
Christmas Kift for a service man
or woman overseas are now
available through Seriei E War
J?su,lnK Awnta, according
SJ- y,VMcJachi'rn- Statt' Chair
man of the War r inance CommU-
tec for Florida.
The Certificate is a reproduc-
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organization. Jack J. Rosen.
Beach attorney, was
h^en as president. Other of-
gSTelerted were Max Lubin.
IS!
SEEN FOR FLORIDA
III RORSE BREED
LEGAL NOTICES
ard V-Mail forrn and one is furn" p .& i?n De"'mber. 23 when Joe
ished free to the "buyer of Palo"ka unbeaten in competition
"^nresident;"" Myron WUlison. E Bond at banks and other issuing' X fh^fv, Wn Jlmd! ste^s up
CtavMartin Gilbert, treas- agencies in Florida0iner lssuln ^nBlolh^itlhhrhou?hbrt'd ra"ks V>
frcta'i Ed Newman, historian. The corners of the Bond where' SI rwii ^L tSftSf "i '
**._? 7T h hnarrl include the dollar donorrunuti -".?. i i_1Rtr Cal1 over ^e two-furlong
mbers of the board include
ESS* Light. Bill Segal. Ber-
SS^Spector. Sol Finn, Arnold
Newman. Art Singer. Stanley
^al. and Robert Epstein.
The installation is scheduled
tor January 8 on the Beach, when
ihe newly-elected officers will
take over.
An active year has been plan-
ned by Mr. Rosen.
the dollar denomination regular- i
neav5fi^of^thLefBnbnHnk SKthai The kir,dlin* of intcrest in the
maybe ?nstaJond purchas^ : quarter-miler in Florida dates
aB nt aL n h Jhc issuing! back to Hialeah Park, several
mI^/".^"5.16. namc and years ago. when Mrs. De Witt
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN thut
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fli-litloim name
of ANKONIA APAKTMBNTS at 318
21st St.. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
JOSEPH TENDRICH
BESSIE TKNIHUCH
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnOM under the fictitious name of
WHITE ROSE LIVE POULTRY
KOSHER MARKET, Miami Beach.
Florida, IntendH to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM El XII SON
HERNHARD KASB
11/17-24 12/1-8-16
a,IHr..Qo of k .... "i,u i1""1 UK' wnen mrs. ue Witt
^nl. ht' .*ner ln the Pa*e disposed of her interests in
th? rV-dRnnrl 1^1 .Kd 8P-P?ar n !he famous Macmcre Farm fol-
p ^r tK n d ^he serial num. lowinn the sudden and untimely
i th ii bouRhV B,e]ow death of her husband. As a token
ff vramn aJs a facs,mjk'!of appreciation for his help in
of yuuk Bond. Its waiting for. arranging the sale, Mrs. Page
U-_________________ presented a young horse, Mae
BRILLIANT PIANIST IS B'NAI B'RITH LADIES IN\iStS i a aSSS T&
VISITING ATM*. BEACH ELECTION OF OFFICERS,S^Sf' rZ
William Kapell, brilliant young a **~mMu. ?..........____u__I passed the horse along to Joe
concert pianist, is visiting with
his uncle. Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
in Miami Beach. Young Kapell
has already given twenty-three
concerts this season and is resting
m his uncle's Hermitage for a Borenstein. who was chosen "as' im^ts'u.r'the hKeed BrX
Jew days prior to his leaving for president at that time, is planning 5J5& were oroviMasmte
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i-infH'
in business under the fictitious name
of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SDH-
PLY (it 1SS0 H. W. 8th St.. Miami,
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the <1rcult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARK O. KAPLAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant.
12/8-15-22-29 1/5
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tu*
the undersigned, desiring to engage-
In business under the fictitious unit
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO.. a'.
343 S. W. N. River Drive. Miami,
Florida, Intend to register the saitf.
name with the Clerk of the Ctrcutt.
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANN NADLER
HARRY T1HCHLER
SEYMOUR PROTZKL
HERD H. COHEN
SILVHR. KAPLAN & DIETZ.
Attorneys for Applicants
12/1-8-15-22-29
Notice ts hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness under the flcltioue name rf
MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO., not Inc..
115 N. B. 1st Street. Miami, intend ti
register said name in the office of tbr
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.*
County. Florida.
GEORGE O. ADLER
MILTON ADDER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11/24 12/1-8-16-22
held December 12 at the Miami
in the state. This was a necessary
each YM & WHA. Mrs. Dorothy adjunct t0 thp expanding cattle
certs, in Santiago, Dec. 26 and
|D Havana, Dec. 28.
Mr. Kapell has appeared so far
this season as soloist with the
New York Symphony Orchestra, ing articles to contribute may
jie Philadelphia Orchestra, bring them directly to the shop.
Cleveland, Chicago. St. Louis, | located at 179 N. W. 5th St.. or
ing year. 'corral on the range. The newly
The Auxiliary urgently needa conceived quarter horses, with
clothes, particularly ladies wear. | thcir slrain of thoroughbred
for itaJThrilt Shop. Persons hav-1 blood prove(j successful in corn-
ering the cattle and corralling
call 3-6306 or 5-7974 and have
them picked up
New Orleans Symphony Or-
chestra and gave concerts in
many cities. His last appearance
n Cornell University, Ithaca. Paul Plotkin c,f 1240 Lenox
N Y last Saturday evening. ; Ave.. received the degree ot
Kapell hopes to return to Miami doctor of medicine at commence-
early in the spring and ment exercises Friday, closing
may play again, as he did last | the fall quaiter for the Univcisi-
vear, For the benefit of the Jewish i ty of Illinois Colleges of Medi-
them.
One of these quarter-horses, a
chunky little chestnut, is current-
ly the property of Joe Hendry,
also of La Belleand is known
far and wide as Joe Palooka.
Gifted with extreme speed. Joe
Palooka has spread-eagled every
other pony on the ranges, de-
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 935 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tend to register the. said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ALBERT BARON.
IRVIN DWORKIN.
Owners.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/17-24 12/1-8-16
NOTICE IS HKRE-HY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
YOUNG'S SANDWICH SHOP at 422
N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida, ana
Intend to register the said fii-ltitlous
name In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida.
MORRITZ YOUNG
HARRY KATKOVKKY
SNA Kit. KAPLAN & DIETZ
Attorney! fur Applicants
12/8-l"i-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREUY GIVEN the*
the undersigned, desiring to engager
In business under the fictitious name
of "THE HEA SIDE" 7118 Collln*.
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intend*
to register the said name with tht
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*.
County. Florida.
OOLDIE F. BLACK
7118 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
MORRIS BERICK
Attorney for Goldle F. Black
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
12/8-15-22-29 1/6_____________________
NOTICP: IS HEREBY GIVEN tbatf
the undersigned, desiring to engage it
business under the fictitious name C
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. at 2136 S. W
5th Ht., Miami. Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
nf the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EDWARD ALPER.
Owner.
11/24 12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MELAN1E GIFT SHOP nt 830
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, Intends to register the sal na..... with the Clerk of Uie Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RHHA HERMAN.
12/1-8-15-22-29
votiK most of his attention to *SSgW8L* iBE&i
match races against othei quartti 2]- Mll slr,.Pti Mjttmi Beach,
Fonm
National Fund and the Spinoza cine. Dentistry, and Pharmacy. | horses in the state. Running out
(,i competition, he now is at
Gulfstream Park for a special
contest against the fleet thorough-
bred, Tiger Call, to be decided
at Gulfstream Park on closing
day of the winter meeting.____
-Buy War Bonds Today-
which are located at the Illinois
Medii il Centt i i n Ch. ago's near
west s ide.
*tA*i(katt4/fy&^\
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engager
in business under the fictitious tatiiw
,,f BUSINESS SALES (X). at 974 W
Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intend*
to register the said name with the-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of :>iU.
County, Florida.
FRED A. TRACY
Bole Owner
I.EON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
12/8-15-22-29 1/r.
BALLANTINE'S
ALE \
America's Fintst Sinct 1840
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
A Gift of Good Taste" For
THE HOLIDAYS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
- 1 HUN-
RANT, at
Florida,
Intend t" register the said name with
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRIET EHRENREICH,
JIMMY DePBO.
MKYKRS & WEITZMAN,
Attorncvs for applicants.
11/17-24 12/1-8-15________________
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Die undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the ricUUoUBiname
f ROXT c.RII.I.K at 1907 S. W. 8th
Street, Miami. Florida. IntendH to
register the said name with the clerk
,,f the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
l""""1:' jack KAUFMAN
ABB ROSENTHAI.
MYBRS HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Apirllcants.
1J/8-16-M-H 1/5______________
!&*>

K
T
Mf DAILY DOUBLE
7 1st and 2nd Racea
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engape
in business under the' |&UUoUflme
ofTHEMARBOR APARTMENTS. 21
N W 3rd Avenue, Miami. Ha.. In-
!;;;:\,:ier^hehV.Tc^tn^urtw,of
r*de ^DA&SB&ARgKT^
ABRAM WASHERMAN
Owners.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
12/8-16-22-29 1/6 _________________
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Ucatei or Bird Road."ifftt of NtMR Tiwer
LESS THAN NINE MILES FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Packed, Priced and Shipped
Riant
ORDER NOW.
FLORIDA FRUITS
IN
Boxm and Baskets
c-nd Tnem To Yeur
Relative, ."d Friend.
In the North
HoBday Special
F.ncy Gift B.eket.
Mixed Frorid. Fru.t
----------1 1 Bu.
Kxpreee
Extra
"4 Bu.
1.95
3.75
RIZZO GROVES
M N W. Fir^ Ave- Ph. M4M
I WANT MY MILK
And B. Bun If
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Product"
Dmcro Pxotoctod
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivwy
VUit Our Farm at
1200 N. W. 3Znd ItlMl
CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAC
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 88299.
HONYA RANTERS.
Plaintiff
TS.
IOSUA KANTERS.
Defendant.
ORDER F PUBLICATION
You. Josua Kantcrs. are hereby r-
qulred to file your appearance im
iihuvo dlenrce action on or before
I>..-.ml>.r 'ill, 1S44 or decree pro uoa-
fessn will he entered.
Dated: NovmlsT 22, 1944.
E B l.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
By WM. W. STOCKINQ. D. C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/24 12/1-l-lS_________
NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOR.
TAX DEED
E1M-3 3K7&0
Notice is hereby pivon that .lotm
H. Mann holder of City of Miami
Tax Certificate Numbered 944. dated
the 1st day of June. A.D. 194.' has
filed said Certificate In my office, and
has made application for tax to issue thereon In accordance wltl>
law. Said Certificate embrace* th
following described property, situate*
In I>ade County. Florida, to-wit:
lAt 6. Block II, Buena Vista Oar-
ilene, llat Book &. Page 45, In tha
City of Miami, County of Dade. State>
of Florida
The assesement of MM property
under the said Certificate issued waj
In the name of Unknown. 1'nless aain
Certificate shall be roleemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 17th day of January. A.D.
194f.. _
Dated this 12th day of December.
A.D 1944.
E B WEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By D. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
12/15-22-28 l/R-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 17467ACTS OF IMS
FIDE A ffie.1
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thai
M. I* MA8TKI.J_.BR, holder of State
and County Tax Certificate* No. 147&.
14676 and 14677, issued the 3rd day of
June. A.D. 194.. han filed same in mj
office, and has made application for a
tax deed to be Issued thereon. Saldl
Certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property In the County o-
Dadt, State of Florida, to wit:
It 34, Block 13. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Par
S3. In the County of Dade, State or
Florida, as embraced in CerUficater
No. 14675. The assessment of aaJxt
property under the said Certificate
baaed! was m the name of A. A
Wniem.
Dot 33. Block 1*. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page
63. In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, as embraced In Certtficatn
No. 14676. The assessment of said
property under the -ld certificate
Issued was in the name of A. A.
Wlllem.
It 16. niock 20. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page
63. ln the County of I>ade, State or
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 14677. The assessment of salt"
property under the said Certificate
Issued was In the name of Fred W
Henry, et als.
Unless said Certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty doscrihed therein will be sold to-
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of January, 1945. which Is the 1st day
of January, 194B.
Dated this 20th day of November.
1944
E. B. L.EATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida .
(Circuit Court Seal)
ByLM JOHNSON. D. C.\
tl/t- 12/1-8-15 1



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Pott Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187t
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944
TEBET 6, 5705
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 51
BEACH "V RIPPLES
A Column of Activitiee of th Beock "Y"
THREE SCORE AND TEN
Three score and ten! Seventy years filled with toil and
effortendeavor and undertaking. To show for that expended
energy is a life rich with the knowledge that it was not in vain
with the knowing that every moment was spent in doing good
assisting mankind and by so doing enriching oneself. En-
richment not with worldly wealth, but with the satisfaction of
learning and knowingof teaching and helping. A wealth
valuable far above that of worldly goods; a wealth unobtain-
able by material means.
That, we believe, in a limited sense covers the purpose
of being, with which Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Israel, has traveled his span of three score and ten,
the anniversary of which is being observed this week. During
the eighteen years in our community, a figure which in itseli
signifies liie, Dr. Kaplan has earned the respect of his fellow
man and endeared himself to those with whom he has come
in contact
He has lent his every effort and strength in achieving
unity among his people and striven with every might to have
the Christian community, obtain an understanding of the Jewish
people and their problems.
It has been our pleasure to feel his presence here and see
the excellent mark he has made for himself and his people.
We wish him many many more years of life and health to-
gether with his life companion, his devoted wife. We know
that all of this time, energies, and efforts will follow that same
constructive path as heretofore, doing good and making for
all of us a better place in which to live.
Friday. Dec. 22:
AiiH-rlcan Jewish ('onaress. Worn-
an'a Division. Friday llcvlcw, 1:30
p. m.
Sunday. Dec. 24:
Miami n.-a.-h Service. league, Beach
"V," supper and dance.
Monday, Dec. 25:
American Jowiuh ConBrroaa, Wom-
en'* Division, roKiil.'ir merlin*.
afternoon; lluiilness & Professional
Division of Mail.isH.ih. regular meet-
ing. K.a.h Y," 8:18 |>. in ; lU-ach
"T" Dane. Iti-ach "I," 8 P- nt.
Tuesday, Dec. 26:
lliullk SIiikI'ik Hoclely sponsored by
the Huremi of Jewish Kducatlon
with the 'YV and affiliated conjrre-
SjaUona, Miami lleai-h Jewish Cen-
ter, v |l in
Wednesday, Dec. 27:
Bath Jacob Adult Institute, 8-10
p m Workmen's Circle Branch
No Ml, Executive Committee meet-
Injr, X p. in.; Miami BeacO Jewish
Center Adult Courses In conjunc-
tion with the Bureau Of Jewish
Education and sponsoring organ-
izations, R p. in
Thursday, Dec. 28:
American Jewish ConBTSaSV Wom-
en's Division, Terram- Restaurant,
Beach, desert luncheon, 1 p, m.;
Adult Courses sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth
David and Temple Israel, Beth
David, 8 p. m.
Philadelphia (JTA)In the six
yean ending June 30. 1943. the
Jewish population of the United
States rose to 5,199,000, repre-
senting an increase of 428.344,
the 46th volume of the American
Jewish Year Book, issued this
week discloses. The ratio of the
Jewish to the general population
in 1913 is estimated at 3.7 per-
cent. In 1937 it was also 3.7
percent
Edited by Harry Schneiderman
for the American Jewish Com-
mittee, of which he is assistant
secretary, and compiled by the
Committee's research staff, the
Year Book is published and dis-
tributed by the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America.
The breakdown of the rise in
Jewish population from 1937 to
1943 shows an estimated natural
increase of 279,000 and a net in-
crease from immigration to this
country of 149,344. The estimated
Jewish population, the Year Book
points out, is "derived from re-
ports submitted by the various
congregations and local com-
munal leaders and, in some com-
munities, through actual enumer-
ation," an enumeration supple-
mented by research.
The Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue will hold its annual affair
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA
I on Sunday night, December 24.
A buffet turkey supper will be
served from 6:30 to 8 o'clock
after which there will be dancing
! and entertainment The price of
admission is $1.25. A committee,
i headed by Mrs. Charles Raab and
. Mrs. A. J. Dworsky. is in charge
| of the affair. Proceeds will be
used for servicemen's activities
at the Y.
The Miami Beach Service Lea-
: gue. headed by Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, is one of three service
groups affiliated with the Greater
Miami Army & Navy Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, dedicated to a pro-
gram of war service to members
of the armed forces.
The Senior Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold its annual dinner
elance at 7 p. m. January 9 at
the Latin Quarter. Proceeds will
^o to the Rothschild Memorial
Hospital in Palestine, which was
built in 1939 as a haven fur
nl ercular children routed out
of war-torn Europe. Mrs. Harry
Rubin, chairman, and Mrs.
George Chertkof, co-chairman,
announce reservations must be
made in advance and none will
be taken by the Latin Quarter
for that evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Van Straaten are arranging
for a group of returnee service-
men and their wives to be guests
of the organization, and anyone
wishing to donate her ticket or
purchase an extra one for this
purpose is asked to contact the
Van Straatens at 5-6701. Mrs.
Harold Spaet (6-2012). Mrs. Harry
Platoff (5-0163), or Mrs. George
Chertkof (3-7223) may be called
for reservations.
London (JTA) The Rumanian
Cabinet has voted to return to I
Jewish organizations the funds I
confiscated from them under the '
previous regime, it was an-
nounced over the Bucharest
radio. The broadcast estimated
that the organizations concerned
will receive 67,000,000 lei. which
is $465,000 at the pre-war rate
of exchange.
The broadcast also reported
that a government commission,
under the chairmanship of Minis-
ter of Justice Lucretiu Patras-
canu, has submitted to the cabi-
net the final draft of a decree ab-
rogating the racial laws in Ru-
mania. The decree is to apply
equally to employees, property-
owners and tenants who suffered
from the anti-Jewish laws issued
by the previous regime, the an-
nouncement said.
NEW SPIRITUAL
LEMEIJT ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Church. Dr. Ralph W. Sockman.
and Park Avenue Christ Church,
and Central Synagogue.
The rabbi conducted Holiday
services for the Jewish Welfare
Board. Camp Lee, Va., in 1943
and was interim rabbi of Con-
gregation Beth Israel, Houston,
Texas in the fall of that year.
As a member of the Commis-
sion on Jewish Education of the
UAHC and CCar, he has writ-
ten extensively for the "Jewish
Layman," "Hebrew Union Col-
lege Monthly," and other period-
icals. He is a member of the
Committee of National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews to
set up "Principles of Religious
Broadcasting" adopted by broad-
casters and religious organiza-
tions, and represented Jewish re-
ligious broadcasting at the an-
nual institutes for "Education by
Radio" sponsored by Ohio State
University in 1942-43.
In 1934 he toured Canada in
the interest of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, and toured
the midwest for the United Jew-
ish Appeal the next year.
He married Miss Anne M.
Salinger, of San Francisco. Calif.
in 1942.
He is a member of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
Hebrew Union College Alumni'
Association, American Academy ]
of Political Science, and honorary
life member of the Elks.
His last post prior to coming I
to Miami was with the Union of I
American Hebrew Congregations
in Community Service. He was
called to this position in October
1941 to assist Rabbi Edward L.
Israel in the revitalization of
Heiorm Judaism, which was his
program for the Union.
Dr. Alexander Libow, who has
recently returned to civilian
practice after serving 14 months
in the United States Army, has
Just opened an office in the
In Medical Bldg. Dr. Libow
liated from the New York
Medical College in 1931 and. after
,i period of internship, spent
three years at Seaview Hospital,
Stat< n Island, N. Y. as resident
I inn in diseases of the chest.
Until his entrance in the army,
he practiced at Liberty, New
York. He is a fellow of the Amer-
ican College of Chest Physicians
and a member of the American
Trudeau Society.
Ruth Brotman is arranging a
gala holiday concert December
ji for the officers stationed at
the Greater Miami 36th St. Air
Base. Artists participating in the
program will include Henry Greg-
or, pianist and composer; Anyuta
Melicov. pianist; Bela Urban, vio-
linist; Ruth Brotman, coloratura
soprano. A colored choral group
composed (,f 18 servicemen will
sing negro spirituals. Libby Fish-
be m and Stella Turk will give a
humorous skit.
Christmas gifts will be dis-
tributed.
Jerusalem (JTA)-Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine this
week indicated that he does not
believe that Palestine will be-'
come a Jewish State immediate-!
ly. He emphasized that the
younger people in Palestine are
certain to see the results of their
work and that "a transition
period of five or six years are
nothing in a period such as the
world is now going through."
New York (JTA)The enormi-
tv ol the task facing relief or-
ganizations in liberated Europe
is underscored by the achieve,
ments of the Joint Distribution
Committee in helping to allevi-
ate the widespread distress in,
Italy, said Max Perlman, a JDC
overseas worker, at a press con-
ference here. Mr. Perlman. one
of the two American social work-
ers who were the first to enter
liberated Italy, left that country
a week ago after eight months
there and six months in North
Africa.
"Today there are 22,000 J. ws
in liberated Italy," Mr. Perlman
reported. "Of this group, 5.000
arc non-Italian refugees. Al-
though in all of Italy there is
Utter devastation of homes and
communities, hunger, nakedness.
lack ol protection fnim heat, cold
and rain; children who have been
separated from parents, and a,
frightened population, each area
ent individual problems."
Alfred B. Rosenstein, chairman
ol the nominating committee for
the Home for the Aged, will
present recommendations of the
committee for new officers and
trustees for the organization at I
a meeting called for Wednesday
January 3. at the Miami Beach
X. Members and interested in-
dividuals are invited to attend.
Unitad StataaSoviet Rusa;
Japan
Sunday, January 7, at the
Beach High School, General Vic-
tor A. Yakhontoff will speak on
the relationship between our
country and the Far Eastern
powers. This lecture is the next
event in the lecture and concert
series.
General Yakhontoff has spent
many years in the Far East in
official capacities and knows all
there is to know. We know that
you have been concerned, as we
all have, with the Pacific situa-
tion and here is an opportunity
to have your questions answered.
There will be a discussion period
following the lecture.
January 7 is a must on your
calendar. Tickets are available
now. Buy them at the Y office.
Members Members Members
Have you paid your dues? Wc
need them to keep going. Have
you signed up a new member?
We need them to keep going,
too. Are you telling your friends
about our activities? If you aren't
you arc cheating them out of
lots of fun.
For the new season our slogan
is, "Every member get a mem-
ber." Live up to it. Do your part.
Dance With Herbia Shaw
Make sure your address book
has loads of blank pages. You'll
need them to write the names of
the new friends you will meet
at the Get Acquainted dance
Monday night, December 25.
Sol Levy and his social com-
mittee have arranged a very en-
tertaining evening, not the least
of which will be the delectable
buffet. If you don't dance, come
and play the games.
Get In the Swing
If you don't dance, there is
still time to learn. Instruction
in Rumba, Samba, Tango and
Jitter are given at the Y every
Thursday evening at 7:30.
From the Leonard Green
Studios we have secured Nino
De Pena and Evelyn Home, a
top notch exhibition team, who
give the instructions.
If you want to join the class,
just bring your membership card
and be on time. That's all.
New Symphony Hour
After basking in the sun, what
is better than relaxing in a com-
fortable chair, smoking your
favorite brand (if you can get
'em) and listening to the works
of your favorite composer?
This Sunday we are inaugurat-
ing this much requested program.
It will be held in the sunken
garden at 4 p. m. Come and tell
us who your favorite is, so that
we can build our library of music
with your choices.
The Dark Room
No, friends, its not a mystery.
The dark room is our Photo-
graphy Club workroom. It is
now in process of construction
and will soon be ready for use.
Bring your picture problems to
the next meeting of the club on
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Junior Holiday Program
During the winter holiday
school recess wc are having spe-
cial activities in the morning and
and early afternoon; lots of new ,
games and fun. Bring your bath- '
ing suit and a towel. See Miss
Levine at 10:30 every morning.
Russian Classes Now Meeting
Our Russian classes are now in
session. You'll be quite old;
fashioned in the post war world,!
if you can't speak Russian. Regis- j
tration is still open, but there
aren't many vacancies. Come in \
Thursday before the class and I
register. Class meets at 7:15 p. m.
with Mrs. Leo Birchansky.
Briefs
Welcome to the New Yorker
Social and Athletic Clubs. This
group of seventeen year old
young men is the latest addition
to our rapidly growing roster of
Youth groups. They are energetic
and we are expecting big things
from them The newly re*
organized Journalism Club will
elect officers at their next meet-
ing, Wednesday at 8. Now we
can expect to see our Spotlite
printed regularly. The club can
still use writers The Garden-
ing Club takes great pleasure in
announcing the birth of a beet.
This is their first offspring and
oh! my, are they excited! .
The Stamp Collectors Club is
continuing its policy of romanc-
ing with stamps from all over
the world. New adult members
are welcome. Bring your collec-
tion and your interesting stories.
Visitors are always made to feel
at home Coach Gus Jacob-!
son has his basketball team
primed for a winning sea,n
Sehwartzman The Y P^'
dlers finally came a **
Monday night they sufferedISK
first defeat in twoX^?^
paigning when they bowed tl
Company B, AAF. C?ngratuta
tions to Company B. This .5.
their fourth match withVv
ffi 3nd they came though
Final score was 6 to 3 with
Jerry Shechter, Lou Glass 5
Bill Freeman each accounting S
one of the Y"s victories. *
MIAMI Y M
Gala Event Planned For Election
Night
The "Y" Nominating Commit-
&2 $L ma.kin* elaborate plans
for Wednesday evening. January!
i'f.th(LAHnu;11 Election Night
After the election, a buffet supper
wi be served and entertainment
will follow. Members are urged'
\Z ".$;.? arrangements to be at
the "Y" that night as this will
be an unforgettable evening
The President. Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer have al-
ready been unanimously elected i
Contests are for 27 members of
the Board for one year and thivS
members of the Board for three
years.
Annual Dance
The Annual Dance will be
held on Sunday evening, January
21, 1945, at the Policemen's Bene.
volent Hall, 2300 N. W. 14th l\.
As previously announced, one
of the outstanding features of
the evening will be a night club
entertainment in which members
of the "Y" Youth Council will
participate. Many surprises are in
store.
Clubs
Again we call your attention
to the many clubs for all age
groups at the "Y." Call us for
further information.
Miami "Y" Forum Group
Harry Gerstein, chairman of
the "Y" Forum Group announces
that the next meeting will be
held on Wednesday evening, De-
cember 27, at 8:15 o'clock at the
Miami "Y."
The topic to be discussed will
be, "Modern Trends." Lawrence
Shlechter, noted lecturer and
New York attorney will act as
moderator.
In a colorful costume of her
native land, Chiquita, Mexican
songster, will entertain at the
"Every Member Bring a Mem-
ber" party which the Women's
Division of American Jewish
Congress is holding December 28
at the Terrace Restaurant, Miami
Beach. The program will begin
at 12:30, and following the en-
tertainment. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
guest speaker, will talk to the
gathering on "You and the World
Jewish Congress." Members and
friends are urged to attend. Old
and new members will be ad-
mitted free of charge to the af-
fair, but those who come without
bringing a new member will be
requested to pay the regular ad-
mission price of one dollar. Re-
servations must be made by call-
ing Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman
of the membership committee, at
5-7253, or Mrs. Emanuel Baskind,
co-chairman, at 58-2064.
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DECEMBER 22. 1944
face Facts
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By Alexander F. Millet
Florida Fegion<.l Din
Anti Defamation League
\T probably remember Gus-
Maertz. H you don't, then
,BV chnuld He is that fine Amcr-
"n Son who made the mo-
E {the recent wild-cat con-
". railed by Gerald L. K.
""h in Chicago to the effect
& all Jews should be sterilized
^deported.
y.eru was recently mterview-
JbJ a reporter from the St.
'fL.iQ Stai -Times. He was found
K atall. lean, black-moust-
iSJd, 30-yrar old, 4-F. whose
Eftfe charged in her uncon-
Iwtfd divorce suit that he nad
wipd their 8-year-old daughter
\*Z a portrait of Adolf
toiler He was the former spark
Zof some of the German front
IKnizations which operated
ISTbefore Pearl Harbor. Since
En he has been working vigor-
b1v underground and he a
Sfidcnt that 'The Movement
| u break out with shocking
1 Tiolencc when peace comes.
I Here are some of the more in-
I westing statements made by
lihertz to the reporter:
1 "We may be under cover, but
eve never stopped. We're lin-
up now. On one side will be
Itkr rights, the nationalists, farm-
A professionals, small business
I pen a section of labor, the re-
Iturrune soldiers. On the other
|gde will be the lefts, the inter-
nationalists. the foreign-born,
Ik Jews and the Political Action
I Committee of the C.I.O."
I "When the time comes, the big
I boys will show themselves as
leaders. Some are big business
men and industrialists >
"But I can tell you this Lind-
bergh isn't through. Neither is'
father Coughlin. You don'tKo
for years and then change over-
night. Hamilton Fish and Stephen
Day are finished. They and a 1
tot of others like them are nice
fellows and have their useful-]
ness but they have been smeared
by HeW"1 a" of whicb is Jew-l
controlled.
J!0!!?; M2sl7 Is. okay-but wi
too old. Carl Mote, there's a
fellow to watch. Gerald Smith
I MW ,? PlaCL' 'n the t-UP-
Joe McWilhams, this is not go-
ing to be a one-man show But
everybody will have a place
even the crackpots."
Maertz stated that he had just
returned from Benton Harbor
Michigan where he had worked
for the re-election of Rep. Clare
E. Hoffman. He admitted he had
dined with Hoffman. "We did
all right," Maertz said. "Hoffman
was re-elected by the biggest ma-
jority in his career. We need
more like him."
After the interview, according
to this reporter "Gustav Homer
Maertz, alias Homer Hermer
Maertz, alias Gustav H. Maersh.
undercover agent of National
Fascism, jail bird, wife deserter,
bundist and anti-semite "student
of politics, mob-psychology, com-
parative religion, archaeology"
and trickery, arose and stepped
out into the night to begin his
journey among the democracy-
destroying forces that work in
darkness with obscene scrawl
and whispered lie and hood and
mask while other men spill their
blood for a fairer world."
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who want delicious food the
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Mrs. Jack Rosen.
newly-elected president of B'nai
B nth Girls', will announce com-
mittee appointments at the next
; meeting of the organization.
! University of Miami Hillel
Foundation overflowed with
I guests attending the Foundation's
Chanuka party December 9.
j Honored guests included the
Foundation's Advisory Council.
Sailor Vincent de Sousa and
Phyllis Schulman sang for the
gathering, and Art Baron enter-
tained on the accordian. B'nai
! B'rith Auxiliary furnished the
refreshments, which were served
under the supervision of Mrs.
Ida Optner assisted by Mrs. Sam
Miller, Mrs. Louis Van Gilder,
and Mrs. Sadye G. Rose.
Feature of the evening was the
presentation of Captain Baron
de Hirsh Meyer's check for the
Memorial Library by Mrs. Ida
Optner.
Dr. Louis Manley, professor of
political science at the Universi-
ty, lectured to a fine attendance
of Hillelitcs, followed by the
usual social hour for discussion
and group activities
The annual holiday racing
period at the West'Flajlfjr Kennel
club will swing into lull stride
tonight and continue rightly ex-
cept Sunday throughout the com-
ing week.
Having erased a myriad of state
records for the sport during the
past five weeks, West Flagler is
looking to the New Year and
the greatest meeting in its his-
tory. Directed by Jacob Sher,
president, and William L. Hunt-
ley, vice president and general
manager, the West Flagler sched-
ule calls for special 10-race sched-
ule Saturday night marking its
Xmas Eve presentation, the thrill-
ing Christmas night card on
Monday night and the special
Orange Bowl and New Year's
programs next weekend. Tonight,
West Flagler will have as its
guests for a salute from "the
hometown track," the beautiful
Mai Marshall Models who have
been dedicated to the national
presentation of Miami-made crea-
tions. These beauties tonight to
present for the first time a spe-
cial costume designed for women
greyhound racing patrons.
The nightly programs go at 8
p. m. with the daily double on
the first and third races. No
minors are admitted.
ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE
SOUTH IS DANGEROUS
Mexico City (JTA) Anti-
Semitism presents a danger to
all the countries of Latin-Amer-
ica, Vicente Lombardo-Toledano,
president of the Latin-American
Federation of Labor, declared at
the opening session of the or-
ganization's convention in Caii-
Colombia, according to informa-
tion received" here. He pointed
out that anti-Semitism was used
by all reactionary forces to pro-
mote national disintegration.
Prior to leaving here from
Call, Mr. Lombardo-Toledano
told a Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent that the conven-
tion would consider steps to out-
root anti-Semitism from Latin
America and would, probably,
express itself in favor of a Jew-
ish state in Palestine. The labor
leader said that personally he
favored the establishment of such
a state.
DR. AARON J. COHEN
OPTOMETRIST
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT
542 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE
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Season's Greetings
Selma's Cosmetic Shop
Patent Medicines Toys
Full Line ot Cosmetics
1147 Washington Ave.
Hammond's Restaurant, 1626
Alton Rd, Miami Beach, is under
the direction of the Hammonds
who operated the Woodmantin
Inn in New York. This widely
known club, the largest of its
type in the area, with a seating
capacity of 1,000, was where num-
erous entertainers got their start
and subsequently became cele-
brities in the field of the cinema
and stage. Among stars who were
introduced at the inn were
Texas Guinan, Ginger Rogers.
Harry Richman, Van and Schenck
and George Givot.
The restaurant on the Beach
has been elaborately decorated
with murals and its standard for
equipment and facilities rated
one of the best on the Beach
by inspectors and army officials
who have checked the place.
The food has been declared ex-
cellent by the many patrons al-
ready dining there.
Made From Fresh Oranges
"Joseph and His Brethren"
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1 topic at services Friday evening
: at Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S.
Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
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Phone 5^617

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Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Reservations in advance for
Sabbath MmIi
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727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Finest Kosher Cuisine
Open to the Public
Phone 5-1264
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Ocean Drive at 12th Street
Managed and Operated By
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PHONE 5-0041
Miami Beach
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Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
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Saturday from 5:00 P. M. only
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PHONE 5-7780
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1357 Collins Avenue
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Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel.. 5-6114
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Grand Opening of
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Phone 58-2979
OBITUARIES
JOSEPH PATTERSON
JOStpIl Patterson, IS. of -03j N. W.
Filler Ter.. died In a loial hospital
Saturday nioniliiK tollowtag a long Ill-
ness, lit- had bean a resident of Mi-
ami fur I'D vsars, having come here
from Dayton. O., and operated a
wholesale produce firm. .Surviving aio
his wife. Mrs. I'elia Patterson;
Adolph. V. S. Marine Corps, and
Samuel, U. S. Army overseas; and
SIM .laughter, Julie, of Miami; and
two brothers, Isaac and Tony, both
of Dayton The body was sent to
Dayton by the tiordon Funeral home.
SAMUEL BRENSON
Samuel Hrenson. 7<>. retired jeweler,
died Thursday morning at his home,
311 S. W. Fifth Ave., after a long
Illness. He came to Miami 18 month*
ao from New York City. He Is sur-
vival by his widow, Ksther, a son,
William, and three daughters. Mrs
Jessie Italian, Mrs Minnie Si.ii/. and
Mrs. Kva Stahl, all of Miami The
body WSa returned to New York City
by rdon Funeral home for services
and burial.
JACK B. WEINTRAUB
Jack H. Welntraub. 60, retired
clothing merchant who nine from
Providence, K. L, 26 years ago and
lived St 7:* 00th St.. Miami lleach,
died in a hospital Monday after a
brief lllneas. He was a member of
James Cornell Masonic I^Mlge. Miami
Iteach; MIMIC No. 1601. Harvey Seeds
l'ost, American Legion, and the
Knights of 1'ythlas. He is survived
by his wife, Mrs. Alvu C. Welntraub.
a daughter, Miss Hetty It., both of
Miami Beach; two sons. Capt Maurice
S. and Corporal Roland C both with
ths U S. Army In France anil a sister.
Mrs. A. Shapiro, Jacksonville. Services
were conducted Wednesday with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE OREENWALD
Mr~ Rom ureeiiwaid. 6'.'. longtime
resident <.f Miami Beach, died Thurs-
day at her home, 7:' Third St Justice
ol the Peace Kaiph s. Pole said death
u i. due to a heart attack Riverside
Funeral home was in chars;* of si
rengementa,
DAVID S. BERLIN
David B. itiriin, II, died In a hos-
pital early Tuesday from burns re-
ceived In an explosion Monday at
the Miami Air Depot
Berlin, who lived at Bzl N. W.
{Ath Ave Miami Beach, was taken
t.i the hospital after vapor in a drain
at the engine leal building was Ignited.
a native < Rozbury, Mass., he is
survived bj his wife. Mrs. Kva Berlin;
mother, lira Molly Berlin; a
daughter, Miss Judith L*e Berlin, all
. f Miami Iteach, three brothers and
tw.. sisters, The body was sent to
Bostoi bj Riverside Memorial chapel.
Judith Wolpert, daughter of
Mr. ;ind Mrs. George Wolpert,
1 was awarded second prize in the
Miami Herald's essay contest last
i week. Judith, a high school stu-
di nt, has earned quite a reputa-
tion for herseli In the field of
journalism, having; received men-
. tion in "Editor and Publisher."
| She is now on the staff of the
1 Miami Dailv News.
Circuit Judge George E. Holt
announced the acceptance of the
chairmanship <>i the Dade county
March of Dimes campaign.
This is the third time Judge
Holt has served as chairman of
the campaign, which is held un-
der tin auspices of the National
Foundation (or Infantile Para*
lysis.
New officers of the Miami
Fashion council of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, headed by Ar-
thur S. Kahn. of B. S. Kahn &
Co., were installed at the coun-
cil's annual dinner on Dec. 21.
at El Comodoro hotel.
President Henry O. Shaw of
the Chamber of Commerce in-
stalled the 1945 officers elected
by the style group in November.
Kahn succeed Mai Marshall,
who has headed the council for
three years.
The Standard Detective Bu-
reau, with home offices in Waco,
Texas, has announced the ap-
pointment of Henry Miller as
resident manager for the district
of Florida.
Mr. Miller has been active in
business circles in Miami for the
past 15 years and was formerly
owner and operator of the Reli-
able Linen Supply Company and
the White Swan Linen Supply
Company. The Miami offices of
the Standard Detective Bureau
are at 1301-5 Postal Building.
This concern has been in such
cessiu) and continuous operation
for the past forty-one years with
home offices occupying the second
floor of the Medical Arts Build-
ing in Waco. They have made
an enviable reputation through-
out the nation for courteous,
prompt and satisfactory service
and they serve the entire field
and phase of the detective busi-
ness. Criminal, civil, industrial
and confidential investigations
are handled by the top notch op-
erators.
BIRTHS
ififaVtMan3 Mrs. Stanley Richard.
1619 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a daughter
on December 17.
f* FSFF**?' 280 Jefferson Ave.. i
Miami Beach, on December 18 atl
St. Francis Hospital. |
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1120 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD
Under Personal Supervision of Leah Friedson and
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At 1513 S. W. 8th Street
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Cocktails
nd Dinnenl
At 5:30 P. m\
We Pay thVl
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Miami
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{, DECEMBER 22, 1944
Efl MIAMI AHMY-KAVY COMMITTEErs^^irr^=^============^^====
SERVICE
* *V
ROUNDED IN ACTION
I i.mn Spector. aon of LIr.
Lyg. SnSl frto. Wl
IfV 2nd St., was wounded In
B SGermany October 20
I *ft now recuperating in a
IJprpital wmewhere In Ena-
w __
uju Clara Raff. 1017 Jetfec-
iJxTe.. received word from
B War Department that her
1 1 Pfc. MorrU Raff waa
1 nd.d in the European area.
uyinT^fc Julius Baida, 23
l-of Mr- and Mrs. M. Baida.
Meridian Ave Miami
Kth recently completed a year
IJduty with the marine guard
TlSa served in the Guadal-
l campaign, from Aug. 7,
t_ until Jan. 5, 1943, with an
Somatic weapons outfit and
CTpart in the famous tank
L of Tenaru river.
wore his return to the States
September, 1943. due to a
meal disease, he had served
|l months overseas.
[Heattended Miami Beach High
lionard L. Covan. S 2-c, a
Urz.c Miami Senior High cheer-
llwicr Ls taking a pre-radio
oirst at the HuKh Manley school
I* Chicago. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Iloraan Covan, 2318 S. W. 20th
,he enlu-tcd in the Navy last
He promotion of Jo S.
erg. 534 N. E. 23rd St.. to
E it has been announced
I New Guinea where he is on
with a field artillery unit.
has been overseas seven
ths. His wife lives at the
address and his parents.
, and Mi M. Scheinberg, at
IS. W. Ninth Ave.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
IMw-iimWm GroUD. H a m ui___.
g-j*_ ti&. chiw?.- (5Kni
Tmrtdmy;
?^hre^ear8a1' ?.p m- M1,ml B*ch
Jewish Community Cntr. H15 Bu"
W^l^V: am"r EmanUel B*rkan-
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 n m ui.
ami Beo-h YM A THA; Study Group.
The Recinatruotionlst Movement "
!.P- .ra. Mlan'' Bearh TM & WHA
Chaplain Saul Kraft
Friday:
Sabbath Service*, 8 p, m. ChanUta
Saul Kraft. Miami "Ch TM *
WHA; Chaplain Carl I Min,r
L,". Bc!*^? Hotel- U** Collins Ave.
Miami1 Bearh; JWB OneB Shabbati
rarrwhments nrrved by h.-steiwes
rroni the Miami Bach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky.
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB One; Shabbat. refre*ments
served by IiokWhs.-s from the Miami
8rvlee League.
Satorday:
Servlo-men's Danre. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshment-.
served by Miami Biarh S-rvlre Lea-
jrue; Servicemen's danre. s p. m Mi-
ami YM & YWHA. 1567 a W. 0th
St.. refreshment* wrv.-d by Miami
Service League.
SaadayI
S- rrio-men's Dance, 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments Mired by senior
hoHless-s.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Lt Henry Alper. 27, of Holly-
wood Cal. In Burma. Attached to
a field artillery outfit. Lt. Alper
)w,n u Je?p on its way t0 the
front when it ran over a mine.
Pfc. Alvin Baslrin. 21, of Chi-
cago, 111 In Italy. An infantry-
man. Alper was bayoneted
through the back. Purple Heart.
,Fi"t Sgt- Samuel M. Bloom.
21, of Chicago, 111. In France. He
1Sfc,TUPerating in an *** ''OS-
PAGE SEVEN
Pfc. Herbert Blum. 19. of
France"' "' Y' In Southern
Pvt Meyer Bromberg. 35, of
Chicago, 111. An infantryman,
tsromberg was wounded at St.
Lo, France.
Pfc Sidney L. Conn. 24, of
Chicago, I1L At Biak. New
Guinea.
Staff Sgt Irving Drucker. 34,
pf. Chelsea, Mass. On Normandy
beaches in D day assault.
Pfc Bernard Goldstein. 37, of
Brooklyn. In Italy. He is a vet-
eran of the fighting on Sicily and
also took part in the Cassino.
Anzio and Rome campaigns.
Jack Cohen. Mu 2/c. back in
the States after two years of
overseas duty, is visiting here
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Tudor, 1902 S. W. 7th
St. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Cohen, of Bronx, N. Y.,
who will move here in February
to take up permanent residence.
Iteond Lt. Daniel Cravitt 21,
IS W. 26th Rd., copilot in a
"1 Liberator group commanded
[ItCol. Philip R. Hawes. Pearl
J, N. Y recently flew his
or "hump"' mission from
Lt. Stanley Kolber. former stu-
, dent at the University of Miami,
j has been transferred from an
I anti-aircraft unit at Camp Davis
, to the infantry at Camp Wolters,
; Tex. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
' Abraham Kolber, live at 1244
Pennsylvania Ave Miami Beach.
Lt Joe Gardner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1504 Michigan
Ave., has received the Air Medal
for his services in the South
Pacific. Lt. Gardner formerly re-
sided here, attended Miami Beach
High school. He is pilot of a
B-25 in the Pacific area.
Orders came through from the
war department, effective Dec. 1,
1944, promoting 2d Lt. Seymour
Rubin to first lieutenant.
Lt. Rubin was known in the
real estate and construction busi-
ness in Miami Beach, where he
still has an office. His residence
is 4365 N. Bay Rd.
Home Cooked Kosher Meali
eop'el's
29 N. E. 11th Street Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
Board. Special attention to
private parties.
Unwanted Hair Removed
In the Newest and
Speediest Method Known
Short Wave Radio Frequency
We specialize in removing hair from
the face, arms and legs.
Results Guaranteed
IRENE GOODMAN
530 Lincoln Road Phone 58-2997
[Albert L. Kahn, 420 Lincoln
.today received a letter from
lr., Capt. Arthur M. Kahn.
stated he had reached his
Sgt Abraham Winokur. 26. (
New York City. In New Guinea.
He has shot by a Jap sniper
, while out on patrol. Sgt. Winokur
tion" safely in the South 1 had received the Purple Heart
1 with three Oakleaf Clusters.
I Out Thi8 Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committe*, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Mkrmi 18, Florida
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He doesn't advertisehe doesn't
go around braggingnor does he
publicly announce to the world
at large about a motorcade for
a group of wounded overseas
veterans, which is under his per-
sonal sponsorship and which is
financed by him. But it is im-
possible to keep enthused women
from expressing themselves about
Sam Weissel's pet activity in be-
half of returnees. At a meeting
of the Miami Service League this
story came to the attention of
the local JWB Director, and in
telling this story, Mr. Mistovsky
feels that the community should
know what Sam Weissel is doing
for those boys who have beeji
in combat, fightint; to preserve
democracy. Mr. Weissel has been
able to secure a special allotment
of gasoline coupons for this pur-
pose and with the volunteer help
of a group of women drivers,
members of the Miami Service
League, the boys are taken on
a trip through Miami, Miami
Beach and outskirts, after which
they are invited, as the personal
guests of Mr. Weissel to a rest-
aurant for dinner. The following
women served as "Driver Host-
to a party of 32 boys re-
cently: Mrs. George Chertkof,
Mrs Henry A. Kauffman. Mrs.
Nat Levin. Mrs. Henry Green.
Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Al Weiss.
Mrs. Murrv Koven. Mr Weissel
supplies the cars, gasoline and
the dinner for these parties which
are held periodically.
Pvt. Hy^ian J. FishoH. 23 of
Br. oklvn. At St. Lo. Attached to
Fi, ,,| Artillery. _____
DiToti
^_______^ -'
*9 This P.B. to the Eflort. of th. AmyN.-f Committee. Mad. Possible Througk
the Co-Operation of
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
1&* E. Flagler St 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
RESTAURANT
178 N. W. Fifth Street
PUBLIC GAS CO.
'200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
'00 S. Miami Avonu.
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
, ?6 S. E. lit Street
RUBIN SONSOriQinal Rubins
' N. Miami Av.nu.
>unuf BOTH & HAYS
'ur.ra Ao.nt_ Langford Bldg.
MONTE SELIG
Miami Florid.
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E, Flaqler Street
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Beach
RUBINSTEIN'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
102 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
,51 E-riagler Street. Miami
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ask for
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at your
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Insures Your Health
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WEINERS
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JJ You Are in Need of Kosher
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SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-6141
MRS. KOONTZ PRAISES
MIAMI SERV. LEAGUE
Mrs. Frances Koontz, field di-
rector of the American Red Cross
wrote the following unsolicited
letter of praise to Mrs. George
Chertkof of the Miami Service
League, for this group's Hospital
Party which was held for con-
valescents at the Miami Biltmore
Hospital in Coral Gables:
"Dear Mrs. Chertkof:
"Again you have brought us
a party which, in the language
of the soldiers themselves, was
tops.' Never have our patients
had a better time and we are
certainly grateful to you and
all the members of the Miami
Service League for your making
this possible. It is a pleasure to
plan a party that you know the
men will like. We are indeed
delighted to plan our monthly
schedule with a Bingo Party by
the Miami Service League for
the first Monday night. We are
already looking forward to your
visit on January 8. We shall be
delighted to make any further
plans with you, and are certain
that it will be an excellent party,
starting the year in the beet
way possible. Our very beet
wishes to all of you.
Sincerely yours,
(signed) Mrs. Frances Koontz
Field Director."
About three months ago at
the invitation of the American
Red Cross, the Miami Service
League sponsored a party for
patients at the Miami Biltmore
Hospital. So pleased was the
American Red Cross with the
type of affair and the kind of
volunteers who helped to make
the hospital party a success, that
the Field Director extended a
second and a third invitation,
through the office of the Head
Recreation Worker, Mrs. Eliza-
beth B. Orr, to carry on this pro-
gram of service as a regular
monthly activity. Scheduled for
the first Monday of each month,
the December party held last
Monday evening, was in charge
of a group of hostesses which in-
cluded, Mrs. Al Weiss, Mrs. Sam
Weissel, Mrs. Wm. Weintraub,
Mrs. Murry Koven. Mrs. Henry
A. Kauffman, Mrs. Herbert Scher,
Mrs. Herman J. Bloom. Mrs. Mor-
ris Furman, Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man, Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg,
Mrs. Jean Silverman.
Prt Stephen M. Zingman. 30,
of New York City. In France. He
was attached to the famed 2nd
Armored Division.
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1220 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Dining Room Open to Publi.
Strict Dietary Cuisine
Belvedere Hotel
Dining Room
Euclid Avenue at 9th Street
Miami Beach
DINING ROOM OPEN TO
THE PUBLIC
Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00
PHONE 5-1103
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PHONE 3-3425
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MIAMI BEACH, FLA



PAGE EIGHT
pJewisti ncrkflan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22
The London Hotel, 727 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, is enjoying
its 14th consecutive year of op-
eration under the management
of its original owners, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. London. Kosher
cuisine is available in the dining
room, which is open to the public.
Mr. London is especially pleast \
this year with his staff of master
craftsmen who will cater to his
patrons.
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lot exceeding five years without monthly payments.
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IT IS OBVIOUS that our loan plan has proven sound for
your neighbors why not let it work for you.
1111 Lincoln Road'2 Block East of Alton
CHASE FEDERAL
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Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
srvteas announced through orenter
Mlnml Kabl1l11lc.il AKHoclatlon are:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N.
E. 19th St. Friday evening service*
at SI'. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will
peak on "What Can a Man iti-iievi-
Today?" Saturday morning; sarvlcea ai
11 ..chirk. Ilnhhl A|i|>tll>niim will
speak i.n ihr l'ortli.ii <>f the I .aw.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will meet with
the 1'im unhIoii (irnup "ii Sunday morn-
Inn t li o'clock.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.- Kal>baln
Shabbos at 6:15 Friday evening, fol-
lowed by late services at I IS Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will spfiik on "The
OlamorofOur Palth." Cantor Emanuel
Barkan ami th.- Center rholr will
chant Saturday morning services at
a m., nt which time Kat.i.i Lehr-
man will preach "n lh Weekly Por-
tion .f the Law. Herberl Wlahman,
on .f Mr. and Mr. Nathan Wlahman,
will Iwyime liar mltzvali. Cantor
Barkan will officiate, Bible classes at
ll."i; Mlncha at 5:46. Srhalim Beudol
at p in donated by Mr, and Mm.
Dahlel Broad In honor of the hlrth
Of th.-lr Rr.nidchlld. Maariv to follow
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Hebrew
school dally.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
ervative. 781 41tt St.. Miami Beach.
Friday evening service nt 6:16 D, "'
Miss Maivina Welaf win apeak on
"Peace on Earth- Oood Will Amongst
Children." Rabbi Leon Kronish will
conduct the services Oneg Shabbat
will follow, with Mm. K. Sail and
Mrs Harry A Iflller as hostesses
Cantor Louis Hayman will officiate
and lead the Congregational singing.
Sahhath services at i" a. m itjii.i.i
Kronlah will preach on the Portion
of the Week.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.-
Lata Prldaj evening services at >, 16
rondurted by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Abraham Friedman and choir
will officiate The rabbi will apeak on
"The American Jewish Conference."
Mr and Mrs Sam Weissel will be
1 al .i reception Immediately fol-
lowing the servicei In honor "f Mrs
Wi blrthdaj Bei vlcei Satui da)
morning 0 Junloi services it
:
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Friday evening services
. i ". ;> m Late Pi Ida v nlghl aei
at SO Rabbi Motet Mescheloff will
on "What's Wrong With Jew
l'l itlon." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will lead in the communal singing
mg sei \ lea at 7 and ',
It'ibhl Meachelofrs sermon topic will
be Co.....latInn In Age." A Hlnnlon-
K*athei and Bon i eligloui servl
n i hi hi Id il 9 10 .i in in the
u ij bu Hillng lun Im
i 10 a in Voung
1 ee at 3:30 p m under
iderehlu of Mm Rachel Soldow.
a) '. i. m Hi
>i |ng the wlntei
I from i" to

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave Pi iday '
S p n Mil li i l< -. and
M v at i ...i i i ening
R:I5 p m R.ibbi
Simon April w .11 !; fn li
' u ill be served b) (hi 1edles'
larj Hi I. rel / Ai k T ilmud
Toi ih 154! .- W Ird St Pi Idaj
t 6 p in Late Prl-
day evening services ..t the Miami
' ,lewi h orthodox Synagogue Skturda)
ng comblm I ervlci it 9 a no
nt the Talmud Torah Rabbi Rlmon
April will iddrees the congregation
Mini'm services ai .' SO p m followed
by Bchaloa Beudos Hebrew School
flails it 4 p in.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
I must disappoint most of my
readers since I promised last
week that this week's column
would be my obit. It develops
now that since my successor has
not been named that you will
be required to suffer further un-
til such happy day arrives.
An interesting note comes
through the A.D.L. office in refer-
ence to letter received by one
of our brothers from his 15 year
old son who is in the military
academy at Gainesville, Ga. I
would like to quote excerpt from
this letter:
"It's funny how you explain to
me what the B'nai B'rith is. I
think it's swell that you are
doing the work you are doing
with B'nai B'rith dad, because
they are doing a lot to give us
our Jewish services. We had our
service today. It was the first
Chanhauh service. Next Sunday
we are going to have our Chan-
hauh party. I'm proud to have
a father who is working for that
fine organization."
I wonder how many of you
members are as proud to be a
part of our program as this boy
is proud of his father.
Mrs. Jean Seitlin asks that
in the usual laxity of the holi-
day season, that you do not
tnulect the rummage store. The
women have done such a re-
markable job here that we should
make every extra effort possible
to help and encourage them in
the continued successful opera-
tion of this store. At the present
time they are very low on rum-
mage and I feel certain that
must of the members of the or-
ganization and their wives and
children, have much old clothing
which they are not using, and
in not intend to use, and which
is cluttering up closets due to
the I. i/mess of the "old man"
Who evi iv Sunday gays: "Well.
I will do that next week.'' Why
don't you just go into the back
of that closet now, ta1 box and throw 8Wr-hto .
It and call the B'nai B'ri *JL
at 3-6306. who will arran^l
have someone pick Up this J
as soon as possible.
JLdid this myself last week on
although bitter tears weMrfSf
on parting with odd aZt S
shirts which could have ha3
possibly used for garden atSf
which I never do T i ?\
out the agKS-4Sri fft?
I made that supreme san
and put both articles in Th
?nd,.caed thc rummage Kir
It should not be difficult for
to do the same thing M Dle
do so and stop thinking about
,hB.rKher- Sam Silvcr announo
that he is very confident th
before the end of the rear Jk
our $2,000,000 bond quota will I
over-subscribed. This is hoarte
ing but at the same time d
heartening due to the fact th
such a drive must be acco:
plished by thc work of only
few men. You are each ure
between now and the end
the year, to purchase as mar
bonds as possible and to repo
this purchase to Brother Silv
or the B'nai B'rith office so th
the organization may get prop,
credit. Until this is done
cannot reach our quota.
All of the furnishings ,
equipment for the Day Roo:
project in the Nautilus Hospiu
have been completed and a cer
monial dedication will be ai
nounced in next week's colum
All right, stick out your ches
you did a good job!
We all notice that the Ge
mans again are on the mar
which, at this writing, has stepp.
up in tempo rather than d
creased. It should not take even
of this nature to make the me
ben forget their profits for
while in an effort to do som
thing constructive in aiding U
war effort. To buy a bond is n
enough. It's easy to spend mom
when you have it but how wou
you like to bleed? Every orga
ization in the city has been ure
to exhort its members to gi
blood at this time. The ne
is tremendous and many li
will be lost due to lack of plat,
at the fighting front. Casualt
are increasing in tremendous f
urea and your blood is m
nei essary that you know.
something now. Go down to t
blood bank or to the Flori
Power & Light any morninc
cepl Saturday, between 9 .
1:30 and make your donatl
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, director
of education of the Women's Di-
vision of American Jewish Con-
gress, will Introduce a guest
speaker, Mrs. J. Lewis Cunning-
bam, at the fourth "Friday Re-
view" to be held by the organ-
ization December 22 at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs.
Cunningham will review "The
Immortal Wife." by Irving Stone.
A dialogue between the two wo-
men will follow. All members
and their friends are invited.
Season subscriptions may be pur-
chased for four dollars by calling
Mrs. Philip Salmon at 5-4418.
Students will be admitted free
of charge.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MART SCHREBNICK. Repceeentatjve
Norman J. Mirsky was re- j
elected president of the Fed- ;
erated Jewish Charities of Palm
Beach county at the annual meet-
ing held recently in Joseph Scher
Memorial Hall.
Other officers elected were
Jacob Classen and Carl Bruken- I
feld. vice presidents for the
Palm Beaches; Joseph Kahn. vice
president for Pahokee; E. J.
Rader, vice president for Belle!
Glade; A. T. Cohen, vice pre
dent for Lake Worth. Mai
Mass, treasurer, and Samuel
Schutzer, who was re-elected
eCUtive secretary.
New directors-at-large are:
Philip Blicher. Ralph Cohn, Le
Goldsmith, Harry' Goodman
Dave Katz. Two members fr
each of the seven Jewish
izations in the city comprise
remainder of the board.
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