Raids on Colonists Resumed
After Lull of Three Weeks
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
By BERL CORALNIK
JERUSALEM, (JTA)After t
II 0j three weeks, the authori-
ses in Palestine have resumed
funding up Jews, on the pretext
if searching for 100 Jewish "i -
iggal" immigranU who are
leged t<> have landed here.
Police and British troops lined
all roads in Northern Palestine,
stoppiru 'I' vehicles, including
buses, and checking on each Jew-
ish passenger. Only Jews were
requested to show identity docu-
ments: Arabs were not molested.
A number <>t' Jews were taken
off sev.t;iI buses and transferred
to a military camp near the Jew-
ish settlement of Rosh-Pinah.
Meanwhile, it was reported
here thi wi k that the prepara-
tions which the government is
making foi receiving the Anglo-
Amencan inquiry commission avte
in full .--v. ing. AH government de-
partments have been asked to
speed collection of data which
might l)e required by the mem-
bers ui the commission. A special
questionnaire, prepared by the
government, was sent to them.
The general tone of the ques-
tions seems to indicate that the
government wishes to
upon the members of the com-
mission the necessity to restrict
Jewish immigration into the
Only a very few items in the
questionnaire deal with the
Arabs The questions which are
considered by Jews as aimed at
influencing the commission on
the immigration problem are:
How will immigration affect the
Arabs.' What medical and other
care do arriving immigrants re-
ceive from the Jewish Agency?
Are housing conditions adequate
-does the quantity of building
materials meet the demands for
required housing, and how long
will n i,,ke to import needed ma-
What is the situation of
Jewish industryis it going to
qeveli p or sshrink? What is the
situation in the Jewish labor mar-
j~Tis un('">Ployment expected
and how soon?
In Federal Agencies
aent IYuman this week issued an
executive order continuing the
work of the Fair Employment
w'"i ,",' ; (-'ol"mittee until June
>, 1940, m accordance with pro-
vision< ,,f the National War
*Kcmi. Appropriation Act. The
committee is instructed by the
oraer to investigate, make find-
ings aim recommendations, and
rep,,,, to the President, with re-
spect to discrimination in indus-
wtoj encaged in work contribut-
>H to the production of military
supphrs or to the effective transi-
tion to a peace-time economy."
ine President simultaneously
sent a directive to the heads of
" government departments,
encies and independent estab-
lishments calling for fair consid-
eration of all qualified workers
wr employment without distinc-
tions as to race, creed, color or
,. Lll;is come to my attention,"
?h VT'lknt wrote, "that a con-
siaerabi,. number of loyal and
quuini.d employees have been
"used transfer and re-employ-
?, v fnployment agencies
so'eiy because of race and creed.
Welles, former Secretary of State,
in a statement announcing ac-
ceptance of the chairmanship of
the Maryland branch of the
American Christian Palestine
committee, urged that the Pales-
tine problem be taken from the
hands of the Anglo-American
commission and placed instead
with the International Trusteeship
council of the United Nations or-
Declaring that the United
States "is officially committed to
the establishment of a Jewish na-
tional home in Palestine," the
impress j former Secretary of State warned
that "any failure on the part of
this government to assume its full
share of responsibility for the
realization of this ideal can only
dangerously increase existing in-
ternational tensions and destroy
the one hope which is left to
many thousands of homeless and
destitute Jews in Europe who
cannot return to their former
Mr. Welles disclosed that the
late President Roosevelt believed
that a Jewish Commonwealth in
Palestine would not be hostile to
the Arab people, but that it would
prove beneficial to both Jews and
Arabs. At the same time he advo-
cated the establishment of a
"broadly representative" provi-
sional government of Palestine,
intrusted with all necessary au-
thority until free elections can be
He said that, from the moment
the council assumes jurisdiction
"the United Nations organization
should make available whatever
armed forces may be required to
give assurance of security to all
of the inhabitants of Palestine
and that the council "should per-
mit unrestricted immigration into
Palestine, in particular that pj
those European refugees who still
so tragically await deliverance
from the camps where they are
Dr. Liebman Replaces
Dr. Sachar As Speaker
At Campaign Dinner
The Rev. Dr. Joshua Loth
Leibman, rabbi of Temple Is-
rael in Boston, Mass., was
guest speaker at the initial
dinner of the $35,000 Hillel
building fund campaign dinner
last. Dr. Liebman is a na-
tional Hillel commissioner.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, orig-
inally scheduled to speak at the
affair, was unable to attend,
due to the death of his mother-
in-law, Mrs. Horowitz, for
whom burial services were held
in St. Louis this week.
In Armed Forces
NEW YORK, (JTA)Fifteen
men of Jewish faith achieved the
rank of general and three others
saw service as admirals or com-
modores during the war, it was
revealed here by the National
Jewish Welfare Board in a call to
Jewish groups and individuals in
the United States asking them to
submit names of Jews who fought
in World War II to their local
Jewish War Records committee.
Designating January as War
Records Month," JWB reported
that incomplete data already col-
lected indicates that some 600.000
Jewish men and women served
in the armed forces. In addition
to this number, which would be
sufficient to man 40 divisions,
more than fifty per cent of the
American rabbinate volunteered
for the chaplaincy, with half of
their number serving overseas.
One third of the Jewish physi-
cians of all ages were in uniform;
60 per cent of those under 45 were
in the armed forces. Nearly 30
per cent of the Jewish dentists in
the metropolitan New York area
saw military service.
Forty Jewish families through-
out the United States lost two sons
each in the service, while at least
one family is known to have lost
three sons in action. Combat cas-
ualties among Jewish men and
women numbered 22,042 while
29,004 awards were received by
some 15,000 Jewish soldiers and
sailors. One received the highest
! award of the nation, the Congrcs-
I sional Medal of Honor, and 7b
, earned the second highest award,
i the Army Distinguished Service
' Cross and the Navy Cross.
WASHINGTON (WNS) With
a speed that matched the Senate's
action, the House of Representa-
tives passed the Palestine resolu-
tion. The vote for it was over-
whelming as in the case of the
One of the few opponents of
the measure. Rep. James Wads-
worth, Republican of New York,
sought to recommit the resolu-
tion to the Foreign Affairs com-
mittee, but his proposed amend-
ment was defeated in a storm of
dissenting votes. During the de-
bate, Wadsworth went on to say
that passage of the Palestine reso-
lution would give rise to a wave
of anti-Semitism in America.
Also opposing it were Reps. Vic-
tor Wickersham of Oklahoma,
Smith of New Jersey and Miller
A report on the Palestine reso-
lution submitted to the House by
the Foreign Affairs committee,
which had unanimously adopted
the measure this week, said that
cognizance had been taken of the
appointment of the Joint Anglo-
American committee on Palestine.
The report commended the Presi-
dent for his interest in the mat-
ter, but expressed the opinion
'"that it is appropriate and timely
for Congress to give expression to
its views on the need for the res-
toration of Palestine as the Jew-
ish National Homeland."
In deference to many of its
employees taking a holiday this
Past week, the JewUh Floridian
offices were closed Monday
evening and Tuesday: The sise
""d news coverage of this
week's publication will be cur-
jtUed as a result. Due to the
nouday next WMfc publicity
huld be lubmitted by Mon-
To Speak on Hillel
University of Miami students
will be guest speakers at late Fn
dav evening services at various
& houses" of worship this eve-
ning Purpose of their visits WiU
be fo spur Hillel's $35,000 cap. al
funds campaign which was begun
last nieht with a dinner.
Students who will speak are
Miss Sally Ritt and Milton Sadoff
at Temple Israel; MissiMgg
Lynch. Hillel president and Miss
Hope Tanenbaum, Beth David.
Mm Tendndge, Beth Jacob; Bill
Schwar^man. Hillel secretary,
Temple Beth Sholorn.
Students from out-of-town col
leges will also be guest speaker*
They include Miss Pearl Sapcro
from Florida State College for
Women at Temple Israel; James
Mack?"University of Fg*$
Miss Gladys Novak, FSCW Bctn
David; Miss Vivian Schaeft
FSCW, Temple Beth Sholorn.
Participants m the annual
Beach Jewish Center this evening
w'll be Mus Caryl Elaine Rose of
Svracuse university; Leo Osher
o University of Florida: and
Richard Stone. Harvard umver
President Hailed For
NEW YORK (WNS)President
Truman's directive calling for the
facilitation of the admission to
the United States of displaced
persons and refugees from Europe
was commended here by Jewish
leaders as a significant contribu-
tion toward alleviating the plight
of the survivors of fascism and
naOSWEGO, N. Y. (WNS)-The
922 refugees from Europe at the
Fort Ontario emergency war re u
Teo center were overcome with
foy when they learned that Presi-
dent Truman announced that
fhev would be permitted to re-
main in the United States as legal
'"Suffice Sabbath services.
? h? lowBh refugees offered spe-
Morris Klass Named
To National Council
ric KHss executive direc-
torMof'FederSnhas been elect-
ed to the national council of the
BUENOS AIRES SCENE
BUENOS AIRES. (JTA)While
anti-Semitism was being scored
at a large mass meeting here, na-
tionalist students staged anti-
Jewish demonstrations in the
city At the same time, Socialist
women distributed leaflets calling
for a fight against racism.
The public meeting was ad-
dressed largely by non-jewisn
speakers wno condemned the re-
cent anti-Jewish outbreaks in
Buenos Aires and the anti-Semi-
tic activities of the Peromsts.
They emphasized that something
more than mere protests are
needed to check the anti-Jewisn
propaganda in Argentina and
called lor the defense of the con-
stitutional rights of all inhabi-
tants of the country.
Meanwhile, a delegation of the
DAIA, central Jewish representa-
tive body, has again called on the
Minister of Interior to discuss
means of checking anti-Semitic
incidents during which Jews
walking in the streets have been
molested by Peronists. The gen-
eral impression prevailing nere
is that tne Minister of the Inter-
ior Felipe Urdapilleta, is sincere-
ly interested in curbing anti-Jew-
jsh outbreaks, but the police of-
ficials do not follow his mstruc-
It was reported here that Dr.
Fredenco Cantoni, political boss
ol San Juan province and one ot
Peron's key political advisers,
said in a speech delivered at a
recent banquet, during which he
commented on anti-Jewish dem-
onstrations carried out by pro-
Peron elements, that 'it is a pity
that a substantial number of Jews
were not killed. It would have
served to frighten the others.
Weizman To Receive
Award In Absentia
Dr. Chaim Weizman will be
presented a golden book certifi-
cate in absentia at the observ-
ance of the 44th anniversary of
the Jewish National Fund Jan. 6
Beth David Talmud Torah A
second certificate will be awarded
to a Miamian, Mrs. Henry Seitlin
chairman of the JNF committee
of Pioneer Women's Organization,
club No. 1, announces.
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Leon
Kronish will conduct the cultural
portion of the evenmg. Mrs Al-
bert Naness. soprano, and Cantor
Abraham Friedman will sing. Re-
freshments will be served.
Recommended allocations for
agencies to be invited as bene-
ficiary members of the 1946 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will be re-
viewed by the board of directors
of Federation next Thursday eve-
ning at a meeting at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob.
The board will take final action
on the allocation to each agency
and will set the goal of the cam-
paign which will be held from
Feb. 24 to March 6, inclusive.
Edmund Kaufman, past presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, will speak on behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal, a
Federation's goal this year is
expected to be the highest in its
history. For the past three
months, the Budget committee
has been deliberating on the
needs of each of the 85 organiza-
tions that have applied for com-
munity funds. It is expected that
70 of these agencies will be in-
cluded in the final budget.
Budget committee members in-
clude Shepard Broad, Harry A.
Cornblum, Abraham Goodman,
Leon Kaplan, Sidney Lefcourt,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Sol
Leslie, Dr. A. Rosenthal, Norman
Rossman, Herbert E. Scher, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. Ex officio members
are Sam Blank, Max Orovitz and
The board consists of 125 mem-
bersone delegate from every
local Jewish organization and
delegates at large. Mr. Orovitz,
president, announced that this
meeting will be the most impor-
tant of the season.
Orange Bowl Game
To Climax Holidays
A week of community-wide
holiday celebration will be cli-
maxed by the gala Orange Bowl
game New Year's day in which
Miami's own Hurricanes will bat-
tle it out with Boston's Holy Cross
Outcome of the game depends
a great deal on Stan Koslowski,
: ace back on Coach Ox DaGrosa's
; eleven, who has been ailing with
I a severe cold that may keep him
1 out of most of the game. Key man
i on Coach Jack Harding's local
team is Harry Ghaul, one of the
nation's leading collegiate punt-
ers the past season.
Although hundreds of football
fans have not been able to get
tickets to the game, "curbside"
seats for the King Orange parade
Monday evening are free to the
public' Miss Libby Walker reigns
as Orange Bowl queen for the
ADL FIELD SERVICE
To inaugurate the Anti-Defam-
ation league's Field Service pro-
gram in Florida. Gilbert J. Bal-
kin, Florida regional ADL assist-
ant, addressed a meeting of the
B'nai B'rith lodge in Tampa last
night. ... .
While in Tampa. Balkin is con-
ducting a survey of the needs of
the citv preparatory to setting
up the ADL service program. He
is conferring with Morrice S.
Uman, B'nai B'rith state federa-
tion president; Ernest Maas.
state chairman of ADL, and com-
munity leaders. .
Balkin is also planning to visit
B'nai B'rith lodges in Tallahassee,
Jacksonville, Starke. Sanford.
St. Petersburg, Daytona Beach
and other cities to determine the
ADL service needs,
VjeAbcxvcMij, p#Mttg, .
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2ft ig4S
Brenner to Renew Vows on 50th Anniversary
HAPPY NEW YEAR
No, we don't know where you
can get two 50-yard line tickets
for the Orange Bowl game, but
Happy New Year anyway.
Holiday visitors continue to
flock in from all points. College
students seem to have the mo-
nopoly on reservations home.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
are entertaining their daughter,
Sarah Rose, who's here for two
weeks from Duke university,
and their son, Lt. (jg) Howard
Schwartz, who came home to-
day on a 10-day leave from
Newport, R. I. Sarah Rose is
celebrating her birthday this
Miss Jeanne Freehling, soph-
omore at the University of Ala-
bama, is spending the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Freehling, 1231 S. W.
19th ter. She is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau sorority .
Also home from the U. of Ala-
bama is sophomore student
Miss Geraldine Lee Slepian,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Slepian, 2020 Prairie ave., who
have as their houseguest Irving
Kofler, Mobile, Ala., medical
student at Washington univer-
Judith Weiss, senior at New
York university, is holidaying
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene J. Weiss, 1650 S. W.
21st st. A senior, majoring in
dramatics, she is president of
the Dramatic Arts club at the
university and has taken part
in several plays that the club
has produced during the past
semester Miss Caryl Rose,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
N. Rose of the Royal Palm
hotel, is visiting her parents
during her holiday from Syra-
cuse university. Caryl is re-
cuperating from a six weeks
siege in the hospital .
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Harold R.
Finn are spending a 20-day va-
cation a the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Schulman, 739 11th st. Mrs.
Finn, the former Beatrice Schul-
man, attended Miami Beach
High school and the University
of Alabama. Sgt. Finn attend-
ed MIT before entering the
armed forces. He is stationed
at Warner Robbins, Ga. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom are
entertaining Miss Marilyn Un-
ger as house guest at their
Flamingo dr. home. Daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Jonas Unger of
New York, Miss Unger is here
for a three week stay Lt.
(jg) and Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg
are spending their two week
visit with Lt. Scheinberg's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Lt.
Scheinberg, a graduate of Em-
ory university medical school,
recently returned from five and
one-hall months duty in the Pa-
cific. Awaiting further orders,
he will remain here till Jan. 8.
THE PARTY LINE
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kobley,
2135 N. Bay rd.. will entertain
their friends at a cocktail party
Sunday from 4 to 6 on the oc-
casion of their 25th wedding
anniversary, and the return of
their two sons from service. Dr.
Richard Kobley, a former en-
sign, was in the Navy for three
and one-half years, eight
months in Guam. A graduate
of Southern State College if
Optometry, he is opening an
office on the Beach. The Kob-
ley's younger son, Donald E.
Kobley, will return Tuesday to
Emory Medical school where
he was a V-12 student with the
USNR before being placed on
inactive status recently .
Miss Florence Ruth Boox-
baum and her fiance were hon-
ored at a reception Wednesday
night at the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Booxbaum, 1727 Meridian ave.
Miss Booxbaum is a student at
the University of Wisconsin
where her fiance, Burton Armin
Weisbren, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Weisbren, Milwau-
kee, is enrolled in the medical
school. He is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma honorary fraternity.
The couple will be married in
An informal New Year's party
will be held by the Emanon
club at the town Y Monday
night, of course Other or-
ganizations planning New
Year's eve affairs are the Work-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
j Barbara Koven Sets
Date for Wedding
Miss Barbara Koven, daughter
! of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven,
i 1615 Country Club Prado. Coral
! Gables, has chosen Jan. 15 for
her wedding to Lt Norman
Brown. Miss Koven flow to
Richmond. Va., Monday to visit
her fiance and his parents. Mr.
! and Mrs. Sam Brown.
Lt. Brown landed at San Diego,
i Calif.. Saturday after serving as
' executive officer on a destroyer
escort in the Pacific for a year.
In the Navy five years, he has
served three and one-half vi-ars
in the Pacific.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school. Miss Koven attended
the University of Miami where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority and Mu Beta
Sinnia biological society.
Lt Brown, who expects to be
I released from the Navy shortly,
attended the University of Rich-
mond and was graduated from
the University of Virginia. He
was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi.
Pi Delta Epsilon journalism fra-
ternity. Phi Beta Kappa and Vir-
ginia Blue Key.
Miss Koven and Lt. Brown will
arrive in Miami next week. Their
wedding will be held at Temple
Israel with Rabbi Saul Appel-
baum and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
officiating. A reception m Kap-
lan hall will be hold after the
Singers To Celebrate
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singer of
1024 Michigan ave.. will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary
with a dinner at the Alamac hotel
for the immediate family Wed-
The Singers came to Miami
Beach nine years ago from Tren-
ton, N. J.. where Mr. Singer was
owner of a chain of five and ten
Their two daughters, Mrs. Anna
Liebman and Mrs. Charlotte
Weinstein, and son. Harold Sing-
er, live in Miami Beach with their
families. The Singers have six
A wedding ceremony at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob and a re-
ception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers will be
held Sunday to celebrate the 50th
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, 935 Fourth st.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will of-
ficiate at the ceremony in which
the couple will renew their vows.
Coming here from Newton,
Conn., and Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mr.
and Mrs. Brenner have resided
I in Dade county for the past 10
, years. Six of their eight chil-
dren live in Miami and Miami
Beach. They are Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, Mrs. Nat Hochman. Mrs.
Gertrude Michaels, Robert Bren-
1 nor, William I. Brenner and Her-
j man Brenner. Mrs. Arthur Bern-
] stein of Brooklyn and Mrs. Louis
F. Foster of Manchester, Conn-
have come to Miami to celebrate
the occasion with their parents.
The couple has been active in
synagogue and community activi-
ties and philanthropic work
wherever they have lived, Mrs.
Brenner is president of the Wom-
en's division of the Miami Beach
Mizrachi and a director of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
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rpmAV. DECEMBER 28, 1945
Mrs. Siegel Seeks Aid
A letter from her sister in
Palestine brought Mrs. Max Sie-
K first word about her bro-
kerMordach Ratman. that she's
u!i in a number of years. Mrs.
SeFs brother has been found at
! concentration campDeutsch-
?-J i iser, So' 'hrstenwald. K.
'rf Mu'nchen. She does not
know the whereabouts of other
bombers of her family who lived
jjflS brother in Poland be-
fore the war.
The only way that Mrs. Siefjel
can eet packages to her brother
is throuuh American soldiers sta-
,oned in that area. She is wili-
ng to pav expenses for anyone
who tan make the deliveries fcA
Readers of The Flondian who
have servicemen stationed in that
area are asked to get in touch
with Mrs Siegel at 1035 N. W.
11th ct Her telephone number
WITH THE CLUBS
Mrs. Sol Leslie has called a
board meeting of the Women's
division, American Jewish Con-
gress, for noon Wednesday at
the Strand restaurant Board
members of the National Home
for Jewish Children will hold a
luncheon meeting at the home
of Mrs Ella Wronker, 324 20th
st., 11am. Friday, Jan. 4.
Mrs Jennie Mills and Mrs.
M. S Rubin are the first women
to enroll as life members of the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Mrs. Herman
Slepian, chairman, and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, program
chairman, are making plans for
Beth David Sisterhood's install-
ation of officers Jan. 16. Mrs.
Harry Hacker is a hold-over
board member of the Sister-
hood On her own, Miss
Dorothy Lightman gave a Cha-
nuka party for the Bible Study
group at the Cardiac Home re-
cently. Miss Lightman teaches
the group .
Sgt. Norman Bernstein, whose
parents live at 1580 Michigan ave.,
has returned to the U. S. for dis-
charge. In service 43 months, he
was with the 24th signal company
attached to the 24th infantry di-
vision of the Sixth Army in
Japan. He served 22 months over-
seas in the Asiatic-Pacific area.
Cpl. Brier to Wed
Miss Faye Cowen
The engagement of Miss Fave
L. Cowen daughter of Morris
Smhm a2 fife Mrs- Cowen
of 2120 S. W. Sixth st., to Cpl
Stanley J. Brier was announced
at a reception in Providence, R.
I., m October. The reception was
held while Miss Cowen was visit-
ing her fiance's parents, Mr. and
A?' ,?ar7 Brier- No definite
date has been set for the wed-
The bride-to-be was graduated
from Miami Senior High school
where she was a member of Tri
Beta. She majored in art and
was active in dramatics at the
University of Miami and also at-
tended the Rhode Island School
of Design. During the war she
served as a Victory Belle.
Cpl. Brier, who is stationed at
Ft. Devins, Mass., was graduated
from Hope High school at Provi-
dence, studied business adminis-
tration at Rhode Island State Uni-
versity and Chinese at the Uni-
versity of Chicago. He was active
in athletics and pledged Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity at the State
In the Army over three years,
he recently returned from 10
months overseas' service with the
1160th Engineer group in Eng-
land, France, Belgium and Ger-
many. He wears the ETO ribbon
with two battle stars, the Victory
and Good Conduct medals. Fol-
lowing his discharge, which he
expects in January, Cpl. Brier
will go into business in Provi-
dence where the couple will make
the season's opening
Cappello & Patricia
Jules Lande Orchestra
Pedro and his
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Miami 18, Florida, Friday, December 28. 1945
TEVETH 24, 5706
As tribute is being paid this week to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on
the occasion of his 71st birthday, it brings to mind the pertinent
role more of our Jewish citizenry should take in the Jewish life
and communal activity that makes for recognition, respect and
Accomplishment on the part of Jew for his fellow Jew
achieves the recognition that the Christian feels is the obligation
of one to another for his own familv. Participation in general
civic and charitable affairs merits the understanding needed
among all peoples who realize responsibility of the fortunate
to the less fortunate. With the observance of Brotherhood week
beginning to take form this is more fully emphasized.
People like Dr. Kaplan realize the responsibility. As presi-
dent of the Rabbinical association, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Israel, a professor at the University of Miami and a participant
in the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Dr. Kaplan
serves a nonpartisan section of community life.
Like Dr. Kaplan, Mrs. Isidor Cohen is a Miami pioneera
pioneer among her own people as well as her Christian neigh-
But age does not have the monopoly on community service
For, within the past few years, a few young Jewish men have
emerged as civic leaders. Men like Stanley C. Myers, general
chairman of the Community Chest. Like Mitchell Wolfson and
Baron de Hirsch Meyer who have dedicated their lives to service
of their country in the armed forces; of their city in political
offices; and of their communityin civic endeavor and Jewish
It is such a Jew who is on the right trackwho can celebrate
his 71st birthday with a youthful spirit.
IN THIS WEEK'S QUOTES:
Rear Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, former chief of staff to
Admiral Nimitz, said "the Navy owes a debt of gratitude to the
B'nai B'rith and is deeply appreciative of the unselfish service
it has rendered in this war. Particularly noteworthy has been
the serve-a-ship program."
B'nai B'rith is the first civilian organization to receive a spe-
cial Navy citation for service to the nation in the war effort
Aroused by the reports pre-
sented by Jewish loaders from
Europe of the appalling condi-
tions and tragic plight of the sur-
vivors of Na/.i oppression at the
United Jewish Appeal conference
held at Atlantic City, Dec. 15-17.
delegates from Greater Miami
stressed the urgency of this year's
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal.
UJA. in answering pleas from dis-
placed persons camps in Europe
set th.' outsanding g'>al of $10.-
000.000 (or large scale relief and
rehabilitation for the greatest
peacetime campaign in the his-
tory of the United States.
Deterioration of the Jewish po-
sition in Europe during the war
years and the twelve years of
unrelenting Nazi attack and
wholesale destruction has brought
European Jewry to the threshold
of complete collapse and despair.
Unless a supreme effort is made
by the Jews of the United States
for relief and rehabilitation in
Europe and prompt and increased
settlement in Palestine, the 1.250,-
000 Jewish survivors will share
the fate of the 6.000.000 who per-
ished in the Na/.i death centers,
it was reported.
Leaders from Greater Miami
who attended the conference
were: Rabbi Max Shapiro, chair-
man of the Budget committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration: Max Orovitz, president of
Federation; Win. D. Singer, chair-
man of the 1046 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal of Greater Miami; and
Morris Klass. executive director
Rabbi Shapiro, on returning
from the conference, expressed
th.' feeling that the Jewish prob-
lem cannot be solved until the
gates of Palestine are opened and
Palestine is able to absorb the
Jews of Europe whose lives must
be made secure, tolerable and
hopeful. This task is one that
must be undertaken by every
community in the country and
Greater Miami through its 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal drive
will help save the lives of our
surviving brethren, he said.
Orovitz stressed the point that
we must make every effort in the
1946 campaign, February 24-
March 6, to aid in this great far-
reaching life-saving drive if we
do not want the remnants of our
people to die behind barbed wire
in concentration camps. We must
strive to save these remnants and
got them to homes where they can
settle down and once again live
normal lives, ho declared.
"Jews in Europe who are lack-
ing food, shelter and hope will be
the uppermost consideration in
the 1946 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal," Singer stated. "We must
give them the will to live by
backing the efforts of the United
Jewish Appeal in giving them
aid. We must not let them starve.
We must not be late. We cannot
let them down. Every contribu-
tion this year to our drive will
help save a life. Life-saving is the
number one priority today."
Upon the return of Miami's
delegates a report was submitted
to a few of the outstanding con-
OES Chapter To Install
New Officers Tuesday
Installation of officers of the
Emunah chapter. No. 175, Order
of the Eastern Star, will take
place 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple. 471 N. W. Third
Mrs. Jack J. Rosen will be in-
stalled as worthy matron. Mrs.
Rosen, whose husband is asso-
ciate municipal judge of Miami
Beach, is also president of the
Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai
B'rith Young Women.
Installing officer will be the
worthy grand matron, Mrs. John
Ramey. who will bo assisted by
members of her grand family:
Mrs. Andrew Johnson, grand
marshall; Mrs. L. L. Gore, grand
chaplain, and Mrs. Leetha Thomp-
Other officers to be installed
are Sidney Palmer, worthy- pa-
tron; Mrs. Philip Hittleman, asso-
ciate matron; Mr. Hittleman. as-
sociate patron: Mrs. Edward
Cooper, secretary; Mrs. Morris
Frank, treasurer; Mrs. Charles
Biers, conductress; Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz, associate conductress.
Mrs. Max Halpern, chaplain;
Mrs. Harry Morris, marshall: Mrs.
Arthur Olden, organist; Mrs.
David Rosenblum, Adah; Mrs.
Sam Auslander, Ruth; Mrs. Saul
Belenky, Esther; Mrs. Etta David-
off, Electa; Morris Frank, Senti-
The installation is open to the
PICTURED AT DINNER in Atlantic City are Morris Klass
William D. Singer, Max Orovitz and Rabbi Max Shapiro, who
represented Miami at the recent convention of the United
tributors of this rear. The Federa-
tion and Campaign leaders were
urged to bring home to our com-
munity the urgency that exists of
saving lives. The campaign lead-
erss were asked to have the Bud-
get committee take cognizance of
this endeavor so that the Jewish
people of Europe can survive.
At the close of the meeting
Araham Goodman stated "I am
sure that the people of Miami
who are concerned with the wel-
fare of our people are fully in
accord with the expression of
BEACH CENTER HIRES
Samuel L. Miller, recently dis-
charged from the Army, has been
appointed as full time director of
education and youth activities at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
A graduate of Harvard College,
Miller holds his master's degree
in social work from Boston uni-
versity graduate school. He also
attended the Boston Hebrew
Prior to his entrance in the
armed services, he was director
of the New England Zionist
Youth Commission's Camp Young
Judea and program director of a
child guidance agency in Boston.
ELECT HARRY MAGID
Harry I. Magid has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Apartment association for 1946.
Elected with him were Mortimer
Raskin, first vice president: Mrs.
Rose Weiss, second vice president;
Daniel M. Broad, treasurer, and
Michael Fox, recording secretary.
First annual dinner-dance and
entertainment of the association
will be held on Sunday eveninr,
Jan. 13, at the Miami Beach Elks'
club. Reservations are limited and
will be closed Jan. 7.
ADL Commission Names
Bill Schwarzman and Irene
Jacobs have been named tempo-
rary chairman and secretary of
the Anti-Defamation League
Youth commission. George Talia-
noff. ADL Florida Regional di-
rector, reports that the commis-
sion is the first of its type to be
established in the country.
Planning a program of inter-
faith work, members of the com-
mission were making a survey of
non-sectarian youth groups this
week. An interfaith meeting will
be hold in February.
The commission is composed of
representatives of B'nai B'rith
youth groups. Young Judea has
also been granted membership
and other youth groups are in-
vited to send representatives.
NEW YEAR'S GAIETY
Lilley s restaurant. 829 Biscavne
blvd.. will bring the New Year
in with a floor show of nation-
ally-known artists. Scheduled to
appear Monday night are the Del
Campos, eccentric society dancers
Jnm Hllywood; Bernie George,
Broadway's favorite comedian,"
and Lucille Carroll, sophisticated
Jose Torano's Latin Americans
The floor show, de luxe dinner,
will provide the dance music,
favors and noisemakers are of-
fered at $7.50 per plate, including
federal tax. Reservations may be
made by phoning 3-8817.
unanimity in giving priority to
the saving of lives, that was
voiced by the representatives of
the American communities who
attended the conference. The sav-
ing of lives of the remaining Jew-
ish people in Europe comes far
and above operational expansion
or capital investments," he added
"We must bend every effort t0
support* the United Jewish Ap-
Melvin Frumkes Heads
Royal Palm Chapter
Melvin Frumkes was elected
president of the Royal Palm chap-
ter of AZA at a recent meeting.
Other officers are:
Marvin Hoss. vice president;
Dick Rosen, treasurer; Rubin
Cohen, secretary; Norman Ross-
man, sergeant at at ms; Marvin
Schneider, assistant sergeant at
arms; Stanley Smith, reporter;
Mortin Smith, chaplain.
Advisers are Joe Rood, Al Osh-
eroff, Dave Schwarzman and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Carl War-
ner and Dave Moldofsky arc jun-
The chapter sold S4O.102.50
worth of bonds in the Victory
Loan drive. Jere Lehman, Morton
Segal, Stanley Smith, Alvin Glick
and Melvin Frumkes were top
New Hadassah Chapter
Names Three Officers
Temporary officers named at
the organizational meeting of the
new Hadassah chapter in Miami
are Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman;
Mrs. Jack Fishman, treasurer,
and Mrs. Ray Frome, secretary.
Officers will bo elected next
Next meeting of the new chap-
ter will bo held on the afternoon
of Jan. 21 at the Miami Y. At
the first meeting Mrs. Abraham
Goodman. Mrs. Max Dobrin and
Mrs. Harry Platoff described the
work of Hadassah.
FAITH IN IUDAISM
STRESSED AT DINNER
By Herman Binder
At the dinner celebrating the
burning of the mortgages of Tem-
ple Israel Sunday at the Wofford
hotel.'Dr. Maurice N. Eisendratn.
executive director of the tmon
of American Hebrew Ongrega-
tions, delivered an address on
"Israel's Secret Weapon." during
which he stressed Theodore
Herzl's precept that faith in Juda-
ism must precede the retain to
At the speakers' table were
Adolph Rosenborg, president oi
the Union; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
V. Simons. Rabbi and Mrs. Saul
B. Applebaum. Max Orovitt
president of the Temple, and Mrs.
Orovitz, and Mrs. Eisendratfc
Herbert"!!. Feibelman was toasi-
Dr. Eisendrath will -'Henri V
Southern Regional conference
the American Hebrew Congreg"
tions in Atlanta, Jan. 20.
Astronomer To Speak
On Atomic Energy
Atomic energy will be dis-
cussed by Charles H. Lee. astron
omer. in the fourth of a *? "
lectures on "The World We Live
In" 3 p. m. Saturday afternoon
at the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. 11th st. between Collin.
and Ocean. .,, on.
Lee's fifth lecture will be on
the stars Tuesday evening < .
D. m. Rabbi Saul AppeIbauni *
be guest sneaker at the Spin""
Forum next Saturday afternoon.
PPjpAY, DECEMBER 28, 1945
Workmen's Circle To
Vote On New Branch
A New Year's Eve banquet and
ipecial meeting are on the
agenda of the Workmen's Circle
for next week. The banquet will
be held at the Circle's Lyceum,
25 Washington ave., on Monday
evening at 9 p. m. Reservations
may be made with Felix Rosen-
thai at 5-3072.
Advisability of organizing an-
other branch of the Circle in
Miami will be discussed and voted
upon at a meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m. at the Lyceum.__________
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HARRY CHARLES BREWER,
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Done and Ordered thin nth day of
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B, I! LEATIIERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
,ft i. ,. Deputy Clerk.
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MEYERS 6 WEITZMAN,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
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Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
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the undersigned, dealrlng to ejigave
in business under the flctltloua name
of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MAR-
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Beach, Florida. Intend* to register
said name with the Clark of tho Cir-
cuit Court of I mill' County. Klowida.
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Attorney for Applicant.
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11-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Exit DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HORIS LONGO DeANOELO,
TO: DORIS' LONGO PcANGELO,
1293 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn. New
You are hereby ordered In file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed sgainat you
by RICHARD DeANOELO, on or he-
fore the nth day of Jaauary, lin"",,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
win bo taken as confessed against
' Done and Ordered this 11th day of
December. A. P. 104'.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Conrt.
By WM. W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Sesll
MEYERS fi WEITZMAN,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
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the undersigned, desiring to sngago in,
business under the fictitious name ft
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name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countx, 1^*-
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the undarsgfned. desiring to enpere
in business under the flrtltinus name
of STRAND CLEANERS, intend to
register the said name with t*e
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dodo
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
42" Lincoln Road.
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IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
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TO: MARC1RETT DUNHAM EN-
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Tou are hereby ordered to file VOUT
oneearance or answer to the bill or
complaint for divorce filed against you
bv JOHN EDWARD EKGLK. on or
before the Ilth day of Jnnuary,, 194B.
otherwise the allegations of said Nil
will be taken as confessed against you.
Done and Ordered this 11th day of
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
D> Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court BgeJT
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engage
of THE RAINBOW DINING BOQ"
,,-n niR at Monroe Towers Hotel.
JM0 C Aveaue. Miami Beaeh.
Florida, intend to register sad name
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Personally Speaking .
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 2)
men's Circle, at their Lyceum,
and the Jewish National Work-
er's Alliance, at the Beach Y. .
A Kabolos Shabbos service will
be held this evening at the
Trachtenberg home, 736 M St.,
West Palm Beach .
Mrs. Isidor Cohen is recup-
erating in Jackson Memorial
after an appendectomy Also
minus his appendix is Alvin
Wasserman who's at St. Fran-
cis .. Same for Billie Green-
stein, young daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. M. Greenstein of West
Palm Beach, who's recuperat-
ing at St. Mary's hospital .
HERE AND THERE
Mrs. Joseph Schreibman has
joined her husband at Miami
Beach Mrs. Mike Rand ar- '
rived this week to spend a few
weeks with her husband .
Mrs. B. Rozansky and daugh-
ter, Joan, arrived Wednesday
at the Kent hotel, where they
will be joined by Mr. Rozansky
Jan. 1. Mrs. Rozansky, the for- ;
mer Edna Schoenield, is the
daughter of Mrs. A. Schoen-
feld Joel Zalis returned last
week from a 10-day trip to New
York Jesse Ashman, Balti-
more attorney and author of.
the "World Peace Psalm," is
vacationing at the Beach .
Miss Polly Gershon and her
mother, Mrs. Morris Gershon,
have returned to Miami after
attending the funeral of Mr
Gershon in Atlanta Dr. and
Mrs. Lou Coverman of Bucyrus,
Ohio, are visiting his brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Coverman. at the home of
Mrs. Coverman's parents, Hr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman .
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosen-
berg of Cincinnati are winter-
ing at the Sea Isle hotel. Mr.
Rosenberg is president of the
Union of American Hebrew
congregations Mrs. A. But-
j terman, sister of Jack August,
' is here from Pawtucket, R. I.,
for a few months. She is stay-
ing with her daughter, Mrs. Al
Levine On furlough from
Shepard Field, Texas, Pvt Ed-
ward Newman is spending 10
days with his mother, Mrs.
Freda Newman, 1411 Collins
Miss Phyllis Sharon, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon
blvd., has returned from a
three months entertainment
tour throughout Florida. She
appeared at clubs in West
Palm Beach, Tampa, and Or-
lando. At present she is sing-
ing with Tony Lopez' orchestra
at the Sky Club ... The Rev.
and Mrs. Joseph Malek and
their son and daughter have
moved to 1561 Lenox ave. .
Herman A. Binder, Jr., left for
Los Angeles, Calif., this week
| after spending a month here
!with his father Mrs. S^
M Grundwerg, 1236 Drexel
lave, is in Brooklyn making
i arrangements for the Bar Mity
:Va of her son, Saul, who at-
tends the Flatbush Yeshiva.
I The Bar Mitzva will be held
j Jan. 27 Henry Goldstein of
West Palm Beach left Sunday
to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Goldstein, on a combined
business and pleasure trip .
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gordon
Schmidt are the parents of a
boy born Saturday morning.
Their first son, he is the grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvev
I Greenspan and the great-grar/-
son of Mr and Mrs. Moses
j Krieger ... Mr and Mrs. Her-
' man Holtzberg of Key West an-
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Mrs Holtzberg is the former
Ruth Greene, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Greene of West
Palm Beach, where the baby
was born Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the recent
Brisim of the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Greenberg, Mr. and
Mrs Maurice Berger, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Gordon, Mr. and
Mrs. David Genden and Mr.
and Mrs. Al Reisman .
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fPTDAY, DECEMBER 28, 194S
Council to Observe
Anniversary at Tea
Annual membership tea of the
M^mi section, National Council
MfCish Women will be held at
S/a lantis hotel, Friday. Jan. 4.
,7 130 p. m. Since Council is
Celebrating its 25th anniversary
T, this community, all past presi-
dentsi Who have served since 1920
have been invited to share hon-
ors with the new members.
Arrangements are being com-
peted by the membership com-
mittee under the direction of Mrs.
Irvine Kobley. third vice presi-
dent Mrs. William Slepian. Mrs.
Paul Burnett. Mrs. Prank Coret
and Mrs. Joseph Williamson.
membership chairmen, will act as
hostesses. Refreshment details are
being handled by Mrs. Jeanette
Good and Mrs. Herman Levitt.
Ushers are Mrs. Aaron Farr and
Mrs. William Farr.
Mis Svdney Welntraub. pro-
gram chairman, announces that a
feature of the afternoon will be
the pit sentation of a concise his-
tory of the local section covering
its activities during the last quar-
ter centurv. These facts have been
compiled by Mrs. Nat L. Wil-
liams, president, with the assist-
ance of Mrs. Isidor Cohen, now
honorary president; Mrs. Lewis
Brown and Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Mrs. Hurry Boyell. music chair-
man, will present Mrs. M. Ett-
linger of Jamaica, L. I., singer.
All members and friends of
Council are invited to attend this
HADASSAH TO PRESENT
BENEFIT FOR HOSPITAL
Its annual Medical organization
dinner dance will be given by
Hadassah Jan. 6 at the Copaca-
bana. Reservations, at $12.50 per
person, must be made immedi-
ately, Mrs. George Chertkof. co-
Persons wishing to make reser-
vations may call Mrs. Chertkof at
3-7223, Mrs. Harry Rubin, co-
chairman, at 6-2367, or Mrs. Harry
The affair is for the benefit of
the Rothschild Hadassah Memor-
ial hospital in Palestine for re-
search and public health pro-
Wallace Kymans Make
Home At Miami Beach
Married Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs
Wallace Kyman are making their
home at 3925 N. Mend "n uv,
while the bridegroom completes
graduate work and teaches psy-
chology at the University of Mi-
A wedding breakfast at the
Palm Beach followed the cere-
mony in the study of Dr. Jacob
i "-Pm" Wltl? Mrs Liunel Cas-
sel and Michael Levine attending
Mrs. Kyman. the former Miss
Jeanne Klein, is the daughter of
S,lney, Klejn' pttburgh. Penna.
Sia mu- Esther ReKina Klein'
1612 Michigan ave. She attended
Carnegie Institute of Technology
and was graduated from Pitts
I burgh Business Training collage.
j The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Sipers, Cleveland, at-
tended the University of Cali-
fornia at Los Angeles before be-
ing graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami.
She was given in marriage by her
Xfd on^or21* Wh BCted
V^?n! Mr and Mrs" *;" *in
'oungstown, Ohio, Mr, Simon
was re. ,,tly discharged from
mdiuiry service after ?wo years
to the European theater of war.
On their return from Califor-
nia, the couple will make th, ir
home with his parents.
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Mrs. Ma-
tilda Friedman took place Sun-
day, Dec. 23. at the Mt. Sinai Me-
morial park. Rabbi Joseph E.
Raekovsky and Cantor Maurice
Mamchi-s officiated. Arrange-
ments were in charge of Sid H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Louis
Comis, husband of Mrs. Pearl
Comis und father of Marshall
Comis. will take place at Mt.
Nebo cemetery 2 p. m. Sunday
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing Friends are invited. Gordon
Monument company is in charge
DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS
jnnounc hii return from service
"d opemnq of hit office for the
practic- of dentistry at 715-17 Sey-
bold Bldq. Call 2-6369 for appoint-
*' Urutt Irtweri
One of the 1.000 high-point
Army veterans arriving in the
States on the U. S. S. Randall is
First Lt. Joseph J. Gardner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner.
1504 Michigan ave.
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Ettimatea Given
J. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co.
If No Aniwer Call 2-5105
i roe ioouiK
SF lc Samuel S. Davidson, 221
Fourth st.. has received his dis-
charge from the Naval personnel
separation o nti r at Shoemaker
PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER
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"Farr Tours Are Far Better"
Mizrachi To Present
A Jewish National Fund golden
book certificate will be presented
n memor,' of the late mOTuS
< Mills at a joint meeting of the
1' t T.-.KP- '" Satu'"day at the
Mo, is v y'r'T>?u>c- ch"Pla>n
Morm Frank will deliver a trio-
"Wtohia mother-in-law's mem-
nUJ- ls!;"'1 Elfenbein will speak
^ behalf of a rehabilitation pro-
gauonal (ouncil for Orthodox
Education. The public is mvited
M. JOHN M. LARIMER
Osteopathie PhySlcian & surgeon
IMS moved his office from
456 41st Street
Dade Blvd. 4 Meridian Ave., M. B.
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CAPTAIN, ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, RETIRED
ANNOUNCES THE RE-OPENING OF
HIS OFFICE AT
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REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE,
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Seaman 2/c Harold Herman is
visiting him mother, Mrs. Fannie
Herman, 1113 Meridian ave.. on a
five-day leave from the U. S.
Naval training corps, San Diego,
: Calif. Harold, who is 18, has not
j seen his mother since he entered
I the service five months ago. Be-
| fore that, he attended the Univer-
sity of Florida.
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In the Greater Miami
Rouses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
st.; Stiul Appelbaum, rabbi; Reform
Friday I'wnhiK strvioes, 8:15 p.m.
K.'ibbt Appelbaura will speak on
"Brloka without Straw." Miss Sully
Kitt and Milton Sadoff of the Univer-
sity of Miami and Miss Pearl Bapero
of Florida State College tor Women
Will speak briefly iiliinit the work of
Hlll.l. Mrs. Irving Kobley will light
the candles and make tho blessing*.
The reception In Kaplan hall, follow-
ini: Mi,- services, will be in honor
Kaplan. Members << the Blsterhood
will be hostesses. Saturday morning
services, II a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington ave., Miami Beach;
Moses Mescheloff. rabbi; Louis D.
Feder, cantor; Orthodox Friday eve-
nlns lervlaes, 5:18 p.m. Late Friday
night forum ;*t 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mes-
rhcloff will speak '!! '"College Ifouth."
A student of thi* I'niverslty of Blorlda
and Moe Tendridee f the University
of Miami will bring a meesAjre from
Hlllul foundations. Cantor Feder will
lead the communal singing*. Saturday
morning aduil services :it B:80 o'clock.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak, on "Chil-
dren of Israel." Intermediate services
f,,r adolescents at : a.m. Junior ser-
vices fot children of elementary school
r'BP at i a.m. Bible stud-i at i p.m
under 111.- leadership of s'. I. Fried-
man. Bhalos Sudos at 5:15 p.m. lkihhi
Mes heloff will speak on the "Portion
of tii,. Week Wunda> school from l
10 n,on. Religious school dally from
i i.. : p.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER,
1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beaori; Irviag
Lenrman, rabbi; Emanuel Barkan,
cantor; ConservativeFriday evening
serviced 5 p.m. Late Friday evening
Servl s, S:l,~, iini.. will 1,,- tlie annual
lionn-comlng service for college youth
of nur congregation. Participants will
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be Caryl Elaine Rose from Syracuse
University; Leo Osaeroff, University
of Florida, and Richard Stone, Har-
vard mm >r?lty. Cantor Barkan will
chant th<- services, assisted by tin*
Center choir under the direction of
Joseph Scbrelbnmn, musical director.
Sabbath motnlng services, 9 a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on the
"Weekly Portion f the Law." Junior
congregation, Saturday, lit a.m. Sat-
in day evening, Minolta at 5 p.m., fo|
lowed i>v Bhalos sudos and Maarlv.
aza-rki: Bar Ultsva breakfast Bun-
day, '.I a.m. Youth council activities
ev.-ry Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday evening. Arts and crafts.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th ave.;
Maurice Mamches, cantor; Orthodox
Friday evening sen ices. r.: 4 r, p.m.
Late Friday evening services, B:1B P.m.
cantor Mamches will conduct the ser-
vices and lead the communal singing.
Saturday morning adult and junior
congregation services at ',> a.m. The
Bar Mitsva of Warren, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rothfeld, win be celebrated.
Dally services, B a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
floral offering this week sai.b.ith
services. 8:3 a.m. Student services,
10 30 .i.iii.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish, rabbi: Samuel Kelemer.
cantor; Liberal -Friday evening Ser-
vices, B:IS p.m. HUM Sal.hath will
he observed. Quest speakers wli be
Miss Vivian Scheafferof Florida State
College for Women and William
Schwarsman of the Unlversltj of Ml
ami. Rabbi Kronish will speali '"'
"Moses, the Young -Man A social
houi Will follow with Mis '''J'"1*
Itecker. Mrs. Jack Mlllei and Mrs
D P Quittner serving as hosti ;
Sabbath services, 10:45 am. rhe Bat
Mitsva of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
living Nash, will he relebrated an-
to, Kelemer will render the musical
portions u all services Worshippers
are Tilted to come early and meditate
in the Temple during the 15-minuie
organ prelude which precedes encn
service. Religious school, Biwdas
morning, l" a.m. Hebrew schoel.
weekday afternoons, 3:4a p.m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID.
135 N. W. Third ave.; Max Shapiro,
rabbi; A. S. Friedman, cantor; Con-
servativeLite Friday evening ser-
vices. 8:15 p.m. This Sabbath is dedi-
cated to HilVI activities In Miami and
throughout the slates. James Mark I
will represent the University of Flor-
ida; <:iail\s Novak, Florida state Col-
lege for Women, and Margy Lynch
and Hope Taneiihaum. the llillel
Foundation at the University of Mi-
ami. Rabbi Shapiro will introduce
discussion on the subject: "Have six
Million Hied in Vain?" Cantor Fried.
man and the choir will officiate. Mr
.iml Mis Meyer Schwartz will he
hosts at the social hour immediately
after the services In honor of the
birthday of their daughter, Sarah
Rose. They have also donated the
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DR LESTER H. FRANK
DOCTOR DENTAL SURGERY
Army of the United States
Announces the Re-Opening
of his office at
835 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Facilities 'or treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
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P. L. DODGE. M. D.
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Visit Our Farm at
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Chest Leaders Meet
To Review Progress
Group leaders and division
<)>;. 1 mien of the Community
Chest campaign, which enters its
final phase Jan. 4, meet today to
review the preliminary work and
check progress toward the goal
All is ready for the most thor-
ough and enthusiastic campaign
the Chetl has ever known. Gen-
eral Chairman Stanley C. Myers
said. The appeal for the support
of 23 agencies of human service
will be based on understanding
of the growing need, and on civic
pride in doing a good job for the
community, he declared. ______
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1945
Tech. Sgt Alan S. Kahn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn, 802
S. W. 26th rd., was expected home
with his discharge this week after
serving in the Pacific area for
about 30 months. Sgt. Kahn ar-
rived in Portland, Ore., from Ma-
nila last week and was assigned
to Vancouver barracks before
being sent to Camp Blanding. He
entered the service while attend-
ing the University of Michigan.
W vw jrt ran
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of a highly experienced licensed chemist In connection with
our experiments with D.D.T. and have developed a spray
which will eliminate for a considerable time, all ants,
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NUMBER HAS BEEN CHANGED TO
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GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
TRULY NOLEN. President
Residence Phone: 6-3862