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The Jewish Floridian ( January 4, 1946 )

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be\wiislUEIIiOipidiigyp ^^^.THE JEWISH UNITYI )LUME 19—NUMBER 1 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS E Tice chairmen for the 1946 ibined Jewish Appeal were jounced today by William D. ger, campaign chairman. Those will assist Singer are: Stanley C. Myers, Benjamin le, Samuel Friedland, Mitchell Blfson, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, lit Roth, J. Gerald Lewis, Max )vitz, Sam Blank, Carl Weint, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Monte pig, Jacob Sher and Harry Irnblum. The local response to the 100 llion dollar campaign of the iited Jewish Appeal has been eh that the Jewish leaders of eater Miami are now going allin answering the plea of our >ple in Europe, Singer dered. le funds to be raised by the 24 to March 6 drive will be ided among 70 local, national overseas agencies. However, largest proceeds will go to -overseas program which will Bfit the 1,250,000 Jewish surrs in Europe. Out of this iber approximately 800,000 %  n need of fullest relief and bilitation, Singer stated. >T GROUNDWORK HCATES SUCCESS Ith one week remaining bethe Community Chest gets er way, General. Chairman Uey C. Myers said the prelary work indicates the most essful drive in the history of county. It this point," he said in a campaign letter to all work"we are farther ahead than before. The encouraging is that most of the gifts alin show large increases, [the rate of gain is enough to re victory if we keep up the work." |e goal of the campaign is 971 and the money is needed lance the work of 23 local Bies of family service, child health and recreation, weeks, speakers and camworkers have been preparle way by explaining what Bgencies do and what the ly is needed for. UNRRA Chief Hints Jewish Plot In Europe RABBI ZIELONKA Rabbis to Debate Jewish Statehood Desirability of establishing Palestine as a Jewish commonwealth will be debated by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi David L. Zielonka of Tampa at the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Elks club. 9 N. E. Third ave. Rabbi Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David and board member of the Miami Zionist district, will take the affirmative. The negative position will be upheld by Rabbi Zielonka, who is board member of the Southern Florida chapter of the American Council for Judais mand a lecturer at Tampa University. A question and answer forum will follow the debate. Ike Levin will be moderator. Arrangements are being made by Dave Catsman, program chairman. RABBI SHAPIRO Uman To Install Lodge Officers A joint installation and dance will be held by the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith membership Jan. 20 at the Terrace restaurant. Morrice S. Uman of Tampa, president of the state federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, will install the incoming officers of the Sholem and Beach lodges. A special performance of Lou Walter's "Midnight In Paris" revue will be given. The main address will be delivered by a speaker of national reputation. Walter C. Kovner, Max R. Silver and J. Bernard Spector are co-chairmen of the affair. Reservations, at $7.50 per person, may be made at the B'nai B'rith office. S. E ZIONIST REGION TO HOLD CONFERENCE Delegates from Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisiana will gather in Jacksonville for the eighth annual conference of the southeastern region of the Zionist Organization of America Jan. 25 to 28. Attending from Miami will be Hyman Sootin. president of the Miami district; Dr. Louis G. Lytton, president of the Beach district; Shepard Broad and Alex Van Straaten. UJA Man to Head Federation Branch Branch campaign headquarters for the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal are being set up at the Beach Y, Morris Klass, executive director, announced today. Albert Olian, field representative of the United Jewish Appeal, will be in charge of the Beach office. Olian just arrived from Boston where he was connected with the Combined Jewish Appeal which raised three million dollars. "This year Beach workers will be directed by their own leaders from their own headquarters," Klass said. Beach special gifts workers are already planning their campaign program at the new headquarters. Jack Marash, executive director, states that Federation will receive full support from the Beach Y, which is one of the beneficiaries of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Due to the New Year's holiday, the Jewish Floridian offices were closed Monday evening and Tuesday. The sixe and news coverage of this week's publication has been reduced as a result. The paper will be returned to its regular sixe next week. Immigration Barred Pending Inquiry Until the joint Anglo-American inquiry commission completes its investigations all Jewish immigration to Palestine will be stopped, it was announced as British authorities arrested 5,000 more Jews for questioning about violence in the Holy Land last week. No more visas will be issued for Jewish immigration until after the inquiry is completed unless Britain orders otherwise, J. V. Shaw, chief secretary of the Palestine government, said. He officially confirmed that 75,000 immigration certificates allowed under the 1939 White Paper are almost exhausted and that the only Jews awaiting legal entry are 400 to 500 refugees from Bulgaria. A house-to-house search was started early yesterday morning in the old section of Jerusalem. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Belief that thousands of Polish Jews are pouring into the American occupation zone from the eaSt acting in accordance with "a well organized, positive plan to get out of Europe" was expressed by Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick E. Morgan, chief of UNRRA operations in Germany Wednesday at Frankfurt. Morgan said he thought an unknown, secret Jewish organization is behind the infiltration. He is not convinced a out what he described as "all ttte talk about pogroms within Poland." "I believe we are about to see a second exodus of Jews— his time from Europe," the UNRRA executive declared. (London officials of the Jewish agency for Palestine said they had no knowledge of any organized plan to get Jews out of Europe or to move them from Poland. (Lavy Bakstanski, general secretary of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland, said he did not know of such an Organization, but added: "I believe if Jews are leaving Europe it is the result of intolerable persecution and slaughter such as no people have ever faced and represents the determination of European Jewry to terminate Jewish homelessness.") Polish Jews are arriving by the trainloads from Lodz and other Polish centers, Morgan said, and they are "well dressed, well fed. rosy-cheeked and have plenty of money." PALESTINE INQUIRY TO BEGIN MONDAY )wn Y, Hillel Fund Campaigners ke Final Solicitations This Week riNDS UP DRIVE. :TS NEW OFFICERS Town Y is winding up its DO campaign a considerable ice from its quota. Beset numerous difficulties, the lization found itself with too a time to overcome the obto secure sufficient funds over its first building camWhen workers complete sing of outstanding pledges expected that the total will about $75,000. rge Chertkof, president, and Grossman, executive dihave announced that a lttee will be appointed to line the feasibility of beg construction of one wing proposed structure in early with the funds raised thus It the same time, plans for additional fund raising next year are being studied. As a result of elections Wednesday, Chertkof was re-elected to the presidency. Other officers are Leon Kaplan, vice president and chairman of the board of directors; Harry Schwartz, secretary; Dave Brown, treasurer; Fred K. Shochet, William D. Singer and Larry Grossberg, threeyear board members. Elected to the board for one year were Sam Beckman, Joseph Bermann, Sylvia Chertkof, Sol Finn, Nat Gans, Harry Gerstein, Harry Gordon, Jenny Gordon, Henry Jacobson, Dorothy Kaplan, Sam Karns. Abe Kurman, Minna Lavine, Leon Lieberman. Al Pallot, Lil Rosengarten. Miriam Sager, Teddy Sakowitz, Max Silver, Esther Singer, David Stuzin, Eugene Weiss, Sam Dickson, Seymour Simon, Max Mintzer, Ben Essen, Abe Goldman. FIRST HILLEL PLEDGES NEAR $20,000 MARK The Rev. Dr. Joshua Loth Liebman, rabbi of Temple Israel. Boston, addressed a gathering of Hillel supporters at a campaign dinner last Thursday at which initial pledges totalled approximately $20,000. Pinch-hitting for Dr. Abram Sachar, Dr. Liebman emhasized that American youth is the citadel of the future of Judaism. Monte Selig. who, with Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle, is co-chairman of the drive, was toastmaster for the evening. Rabbi Albert Michels, University of Miami Hillel director, received an ovation from the group when he announced that Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the university, has made a statement to the effect that as long as he is head of the university there will be no quota on Jewish students. Campaign workers at the meeting announced that they would solicit prospects to put the $35,000 campaign over. WASHINGTON (WNS) — The Anglo-American commission of Inquiry on Palestine, slated to hold its first session here on Jan. 7, is expected to hear testimony from representatives of 18 Jewish and non-Jewish organizations, according to reliable sources here. The list of the organizations may be made public today when the American and British members of the commission are expected to meet for the first time. It is expected that that meeting may settle the question whether the hearings are to be held in public or behind closed doors. Informed circles here are inclined to the view that at least some of the hearings will be opened to the public. CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS TO OUTLINE DUTIES A seminar and luncheon meeting of the Speakers' bureau of the Combined Jewish Appeal will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Strand restaurant, according to Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman. Albert Bernstein will address the group on the preparation of a speech, presenting the man's viewpoint on delivery. Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub will speak on the overall delivery of a speech, presenting the woman's viewpoint. The trend of this year's campaign will be outlined by William D. Singer, campaign chairman. Max Orovitz, Federation president, will discuss "What Is Federation?" Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman of the budget committee, will tell of the work of the United Jewish Appeal, one of the major beneficiaries of the campaign. National and defense work will be discussed by Mrs. Sol H. Leslie. A question and answer period will follow. Members of the Speakers' bureau will aid in informing the Greater Miami Jewish population of the 1946 needs of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Kimball Wins Bowl Tickets In Book Review Contest Two tickets to the Orange Bowl game were awarded Leonard Kimball, 251 Washington ave., for his review of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver's "The World Crisis and Jewish Survival." The tickets were first prize in the Jewish Book Review contest, sponsored tier the Jewish Book council of Greater Miami in observance of Jewish Book Month. The prizewinning review will be printed in an early edition of the Jewish Floridian. The second prize winner. Miss Evelyn Shorofsky, who will receive a year's subscription to Commentary, reviewed Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan Guide to the Jewish Problem." Jerry Schulman won third prize, Moshe Mosenson's "Letters From the Desert," for his review of H. S. Baron's "Haym Salomon." The judges of the contest were Edward Clarke, chairman; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Max Meisel, chairman of the council, and Fred K. Shochet. Participants in the Jewish Book council were the Bureau of Jewish Educaaon, Beth David Sisterhood, Hillel Foundation, Temple Israel Library, Town Y and Beach Y. A. P. Gannes was secretary. %  i



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fjewlst fkridiafi___ FRIDAY, JA NUARY 4, ?*Mx>ncMy, fywrfbinf Hadassah To Benefit Affair IN THE WIND It's rumored 'round town that Paul Weitzman will be married Sunday ... Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Silver will hold open house for twelfth birthday of their son. Zeliq THE PARTY LINE Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg entertained a number of their friends last Thursday evening and plannin at the Strath Haven hotel in Annual dinner dance for the .,; of the Hadassah Medica Station will b. %  evening at the Copacabana Hadassah's postwar pioneering Mm Kronenfeld To Wed Sunday When Miss Thelma Kronenfeld is married Sunday, her steter wW become her sister-in-law. For Miss Kronenfeld will wed Morton Simon, whose brother. HerTemple Groups Slat* Card Party. Elections Both the Sisterhood and club of Temple Beth Sh,|„ mhj meetings tor T Ue slated Jan. 8. nose,. The Sisterhood will hold a „., and man jongg garde n bert, is married to her sister. tne home of Mrs. their friends, celebrating the Pidyen Haben of their 15-month-! honor of their 39th wedding anold son, Warren, at the home \ niversary. Mis Moses Krieger of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.; cut the anniversary cake ana George Silver, 566 S. W. First i made a short speech st., Sunday at 4 p.m. The celebration was postponed until Mr. Silver returned from overseas. In the air corps four years, the former corporal spent two years in the South Pacific with the engineers' division Sgt. Harold Rothlein, son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner, has been discharged wa y i.i the expansion of healtj wedding, a private cerein thi Kothschild Hadasfii tM( immediate family. sah university hospital. The proM, ta )u .|,| at the home of the the building i bride-to he's parents. Mr. and tubercul \ Kronenfeld. 92 N. E. 48th *e'ch ... Mr. tarium, wider si: t.. with Habbi Max Shapiro ofTTZm hosts 1 health and h: ;• ... Friends and reUtives 18 ^.M-opening been invited to the recepat the Miami 1 ,„ dl J .,,„„, ; ,' ||u Kl im nfl .id's Sunday 3 Ml men-.and Mrs. Joel Zalis at Shalos Sudos Jewish Orthodox Congregation ,,-,.,. of T: the Ji cni ; ... ::, and 0 Saturday on the occasion the fifteenth birthday of their son, Marvin ... Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten celebrated their 35th anniversary with a family cocktail party and dinner at the National hotel this week Mrs. Pearl Rodman will be hostess at a Russian tec tin.". evening at 8 Mr. Simon, son Herbert A Simon of Miami percentage i I the children Mis of Mr. and returned from i Mrs. Mrh-irfn' 1 4459 Sheridan rd., ,,, l 3o "^ Admission is $1, but new bers will be guests. In the evening, the Men's ri will hold elect.on of <,ff,i c |* board members at the Sottachali nee of Christian,! and Jews will discuss venture in Good Will" board members at t|„. To-TI Dr. Andrew W. Gotts, hall ,ft National Conference of Christia^l "An Adstation nths. Both he and Mil tangner. nas oeen uibcnuiyeu Q from the Army after three years'; "|d .atlce party reoJ at tne K service oversees in the ETO. i M lGmi Y f n J*? !" D ot the Th Rothlein will leave Sunday to emergency hind of the Pioneer d: ... .. ... Ma attend New York university PhM. 1-c Melvin B. Handelsman is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs James Handelsman, 1275 S. W. 19th ter., on a 30day leave. In the service :hree years, Handelsman has been aboard the USS New Mexico in the Pacific for the past 13 months ... In service over two years, Sgt. Labe B, Mel spent the New Year holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mel, 2273 S. W. 12th st. Sgt. Mel returned to Ft. Bragg, N. C., Wednesday with Pvt. Robert Leader of Chicago who was his house guest. They are ar Women's Organization ...:.'. '•' %  S lei SaHome from the Berkshire School piro, Mrs. Harold %¡ „ OL„I(,„U M„ Lestei Hart, Mrs. JUMP. Lipton, or Boys. Sheffield. Mass., ^ ^ y Louis wolfson entertained JU oi Benjamin Kane, A his friends at a dance in the stepi • >,! '-home of his parents, Mr. and N. Doui Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Friday bin, Mrs. H md Mrs. evening Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tichman, 4025 Pinetree dr., were honor guests at a cocktail party given last week at the Shelborne hotel by Mr and Mrs Herman Rubel, winter visitors from New York Long Beach, L. I. Si e the Jewish Floridian's "Where to Dine'' page for fine and fine service. 'JEWISH RIPLEY' NEXT ON CULTURAL SERIES EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Patent Pending Members of the National Hoi* for Jewish Children in De n > will meet at the home of JI* Ross, 3541 S w. Fw St., Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. EMBARRASSING HMI BANISHtD fORfKfo I'om lnc, anni and UJI SAFaY PMESSLY with a mriB-x! t ( %  <•r M Ridar. *„ w I I %  i n evtryeMi anas. Fr*e lent*. IRENE GOODMAN KM Mnmln B4. 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Mintzer has been in the Army for three and onehalf years Rev. and Mrs. Kair.-.an Shapiro, parents of Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Mrs. Ma* Gore hosts at a New Years Eve aon, his sister, are visiting at Miami Beach from New York Miss Estell Fishrr.an of N Y. arrives today to visit hei uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Jack Hirsch. of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch were hests at a Kiddush last Saturday at ATTENTION! per:/ this week j u i ius Weintraub: Contact Jake Ruth Brotmcn has as guests Schreiber. Telephone 5-1753 her mother. Mrs. N Brotman her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Schlesinger, and their daughter, N'aomi, all CONT.NLED ON PAGE 7) GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE Presents IRVING DAVIDSON Renowned Humorist Subject: Contemporary Jewish Wit and Humor SUNDAY EVENING. JANUARY 13 — 8:00 P. M. MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL For Reservations Phone Town Y. 3-4012; Beach Y, 5-5319 IIEUI Biscnvnc HREIIA S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING I! 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I FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1946 PAGE FOUR P,.„t and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second A~£*J25 PO. Box 2973 r-^^-polTomc. ^^„rs^-"^'^ r Tim FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. Ne ws Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 1 Miami 18. Flo^Fnday^January 4. 1946 Weizman to Get JNF Certificate Bureau Seeks Foster Homes For Needy Jewish Children THE DAMNDEST LIE Candidate for the grossest untruth about the European %  ituc. JZZZLm made by Lt. Gen Sir Frederic, E. Morgan which appears on the front page of ^e ^ish Flon tod %  Were it not for the fact that Morgans description oiio sea* ll h organization" plotting in Europe was transm^ed Jbou£ egular news channels, we would be inclined to P£^£ marks off as the UNRRA chief's application to the inner of the new fascism. But an accusation of this sort canno, ***"£?* lightlyRead Morgans statement carefully. Then read facts: The Nazis murdered an estimated 6,000.000 Jews in Europe (Evidence submitted in the trials at Nuremberg, There were 3,250.000 Jews living in Poland in 1939. The Jewish population in Poland in 1945 was 80 000^ (IDC survey of surviving Jewish population of continental Europe. Less than 1,250,000 lews are now alive in Europe. (Ibid.) Gen Morgan is not convinced about "all that talk about Pogroms in Poland." (Statement in the "Trend of Events Dec 210 "Armed Polish anti-Semites raiaed the home of Pinchas Goldstein, president of the Jewish community of Gniewcszow, warned all Jews to leave town within six Jours. The aang returned when the ultimatum expired, murdered Golcstein, his wife and Elijah Kirshbaum. Chava Miechaber ana Eva Beinheil." Polish officials conferring with representatives of the American Jewish Committee report that from 50 to 60 people are in jail awaiting trial after a reported 200 Jews were killed in riots in Poland. Jews are free to emigrate from Poland, Wincenty Rzymowski, foreign minister of Poland, cedcres Dr. Oscar Lcnge. Poland's new ambassador to the United States, has admitted renewed outbreaks of anti-Semitic violence in liberated Poland. Polish Prime Minister Edward Osubka-Morawski admits the*, there have been serious anti-Jewish outbreaks in Poland. Two very engaging little boys, one four and one two. are BertZli m need of foster home* The Children's Serv.ce bureau Si asks for Jewish fanuUea Kde county to respond to need of these two young Jewish child, The 4-year-old is bright, quick. talkative, affectionate and attrac'Av His parents are separated a'nd hSVther. who has been t providing for him. is UL To nice the youngster's immediate care • Children's Service bureau placed the youngster temporanly but must find a hoine immedatelv where the youngstei can sSJfo^some period of time untd his father can receive medical help and straighten his difficult circumstances. The younger boy is the child of a young mother who is sepa: m her husband. She • work and needs help herjn sharing responsibility f or them. The chief requirements for becoming foster parents are that then be love, understanding; of children and that every member of the family, fathers and other children as well as mothers, be interested in the plan of sharing their home life with a child. The bureau will wish to become well acquainted with the foster parcuts so that the best placement possible can be made for the child and so that foster parents also may find satisfaction in the placement The bureau does not do addition work. Its effort is to help children remain with their own parents or to help parents who must use placement to get back on their feet and have their children with them. The National Council of Jewish Women has been interested in helping the bureau interpret its needs of foster homes for Jewish t Beth 1 %  I %  11 Dr. [going and used to a new S ,gh to have the youngstei thher. This little boyta nati ind need v. He is m h quieter than the other and % %  : • I help in becoming I • n %  v. -. %  :. • • INF SHOLEM BRIEFS~ By J. Bernard Specior In v it at ions to 1 let are i f the print • l ship of 1 lodges W ,• • your abies are also ... n that senrgi ncies may be met Many oi these ren of unmarried girls %  and help in plan: and their babys ture. The Jewish Social Service bu• every way to ily together but where Bible calls on the vice bureau for its king it a happy placement for the child. This has been • ie children described above, both of whom were referred to the Children's Service bureau by JSSB. The Children's Service bureau is a Community Chest agency. It will cover the expenses of chilIren's care in foster homes and help to foster parents in The Jewish Social Service bureau adds its convictions as to the urgency of the need. Those interested shall call Min Ruth Butcher, executive director, at 2-3166. The address of the bureau is 127 N. W. Second st. OBITUARIES tions ii : understanding the youngsters and nite RICHARDSON Mm Sarah Rlenardaon. TS, %  i\anla ave Miami Beach d %  i Tuesday at her home. She waa the w iiiow of Louie Richardaon Richardaon hail lived hare n veara, coming from Jacksonville. Bui Include a aon. Alexander Rlchai two daughters. Mr*. Ren Dill. MM. Louie llclman. all of M • Beach, and two %  later* an % %  -•" %  %  ;-— — 51 .. 52 there were some 200 pups for their first racing lesns. There were many highly led greyhounds among the iveniles. Some of them have %  v shown a high turn of : %  LI ..Ie i vi :..:.speed. announces | Progress of Tootie has been partial rapid. She was beaten in her •but and then won two races an easy manner. She showed This •: speed that she runs Russian military authorities have closed the frontier through "which lews escaping from Polcnd have been entering the Russian zone of Berlin en route to displaced persons camps in the American =r.d British zones. JTA news release of Dec. 29. 1945. From the same news story: The general feeling in Berlin is that the British end American military officials in Germany do no*, comprehend the tragic situation, of the Jews in Polcnd. Some of them are trying to crecte the impression that the Jews are fleeing from Polcnd because they are stimulated by Zionist propaganda to do so, end because of the fact that they do not receive sufficient protection from the Polish government cgcinst anti-Semitic tenor. Open and camouflaged anti-Jewish sentiments are noticeable among most of the British officers and even among some Americans. The sentiment during the United Jewish Appeal conference recently was thct the only way the Jews of Poland, as we.l as the the res; of Europe, can survive this year is through charity. A ,. ^ STJ^SS'JSS. SIOO.CCO.OOO goal for relief and rehabilitation work in Europe 425 Meridian ave.. and her fiance. was voted bv UJA after evewitness reoorts on conditions over\ ; Whagen. were honored • • ption recently at the 's speed that she runs gainst seasoned routers like bet' %  itional Sport. Honey Babe, j Long Ago and Lone Valley. Long Abe A: A. .vas good enough to beat the : best several times at the Victory %  '•• %  I ttee: M i.r.g. : other pup to make an im:-. was Roann Rock. He twice last week and in his nd winning effort he was 15 front of his company • • %  finish. PRINCE Alexander I'rlnee. so. whoies.il.. -••• tinner; ileaman ana Miami winter vlaltor from Morrlstown, N J.. ,ii.-.i in R Hoiivo.„i hospital T Hi I-ui\ Ived by bll wife, Ml :• %  ni. Prince, and two dauahl-'s The bod) wa ent to Newark. N. J.. by Riven Ida Funeral home. RICHTER l'r Samuel Itl.hler. 73. Of 1 il N E I at., 'li.-.l Moiulav In a '• II. came from New York elt! t-eara o, after practlclna .! re than to reara. II. vlved by two sons, ijxii* and W of N. w York city. The body % %  % %  %  '.. New York by Palmer Funeral HELLER Dr William I. Heller, Brooklyn, N". Y. school teaehei arl i me to Miami Beach three years -"• .li.-.! In a Miami Iteaoh hoapll day Survivlne are hla Wife, Mra, Kltl • Heller, Miami Beach, %  Brookl) n and a bn W ml (i n. The body waa -• New York by Rlver-i.l.Men lal I i i • I ttee. Dave tun m a long %  of Beach Couple Feted At Engagement Party .',_*,,' J-M yon recently at tne sees were given by European Jews who survived the Nazi terrorme of thi bridegroom-elect's ism and American Jews who have been studying the postwar .. : Mr. and Mrs M,,x Gold1670 Lenox ave. inta. has been set for the MELNICK Tl irry Melnick. SO, died at .< V iiiEton ave., Miami Beach He 'l Icher and came to Miami %  • >•< ira ago from New York city Jj vivlnit are his wife. Mrs Sofia Melnli k ion, Bennie Melnick, v dauahter. Mildred Melnick. S mother. Mra. Raehel M> M iml Beach: two brotherServices were held at Illy! •Ida Memorial chapel, with burial in Ml Sinai cemetery. freezing to death? Mu we reissue the films of trction camps, of the swarms deed? In his diatribe, Morgan reveals the same inhumanity, the same attempt to "put one over" on the world that Nazis who are now being tried and hung have revealed since fascism began. The only enswer to Morgan's statement is redoubled effort to get the Jews out of Europe—the Jews who by great majority are begging to be allowed in Palestine and out ot the hellhok which Europe rail la. GLICKSTEIN Mrs Fannie Qllckateln, '•" Mendota ave.. ("oral Oablea. f!"" r raaldenl of New Haven. Conn.. '"'•" Raturday nt her home. She moved Coral ilal.les 17 vears n". Snrvi*.; • are her huslmnd. Harr>fill rViral Oablea; four aona. Jos.i'ti >< %  Jai kaonvllle: Kov and Philip. Cl al I Cant. Leonard Ollckst.ln and three brnihera. Bert Bhorr. '!" Ana-elea; Carl Shnrr. Kansas CHv. J n -' and Alfred Shorr. ChlceeTO ailrkateln waa a member of %  on Beth David, fiordon 1 • • has sent the body to .l.i vllle. ..(. •• thi .. Resolved. 3 jde Jcwf' moderator oerre.anent I Ike Levin be Past act as served HONORS PRESIDENTS AXLROO „ r ,, Mn Rachel Lena Axlrod-r'ir-r'.i aer\icea for Mm Axlrod weri l'e, :t in the afternrK.n at the funeral home, with Rahhl Maj officlatlnic and burial in w .,, I'ark Mra. Axlrod. who cam.' 0 %  ami from Cleveland 11 vears a* '.' from the I r>ec ;s in n hospital. She is aunivw by her hisl.and. Wolf Axlrod: nrr sons. I>nil8. Samuel and I-eo. •*" „ Miami: a daughter. Mrs. Berth., of Cleveland: two slst.rs. Mra M< Zwlrk, of Ml 'ml. and Mrs Beckv'.i"" "f Cleveland and a brother, 1 <""' presidents who have served since 1920 will be guests of honor at tfce annual membersnip tea of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women. 1 30 this afternoon at the Atlantis hotel At the tea. the 23th anniversary of Council will be commemorated. --1 • i' III Hill .11111 .1 Lipnian. of Cleveland ROSENTHAL TV Mrs Sarah Roaenthal. •*\ a ,' UH 1 In New York A winter rWJ r t for many yeara. ahe la aurvl'"'i her hunhand Charlea Roaenthal teu der of tb Riverside Memorial •"""'„ In New York and Miami Beach j aona. Edward and Morton: v" '. daufhters. Mis Hannah Felatelr. ai Mra Miriam Paaserman. Mrs !" of thai was a member of a """T^h. orean I rations Inrludlnc H' ^, Mlarachl and Bnal BTlth ,1 0 ., rl il active In philanthropic work o' wu in Weatchwtar HWa. N. < % 



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1946 +Jewlsti fhrkUan PAGE FIVE NCCH To Make Plans For Dutch Supper Plans for a Dutch supper will be made by members of Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, at their regular meeting 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y. Prior to this meeting there will be a meeting of the board at 10:30 a.m. The Dutch supper is to be held Sunday, Jan. 20, at the American Legion, 1828 Alton rd. Mrs. Jean Raab, chairman of ways and means, has appointed Mrs. Nora Gardner chairman of the affair. TO INSTALL OFFICERS Officers of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will be installed at a dinner at the Arlington hotel Tuesday evening. The new olficers are Dolly Pont, president; Bernice Semco, first vice president: Vera Snyder, second vice president; Florence Abramson, corresponding secretary; Edith Simmons, recording secretary; Paulo Horowitz, treasurer. Eating out? See the Jewish Floridian's "Where to Dine" page for the tops in cuisine. Don't Count On It— But JSSB May Meet There may be a special meeting of the Jewish Social Service bureau's board members, 8 p.m. Monday, at the Town Y. But we don't guarantee it. For the past several weeks the board has been trying to meet, but sessions have been "called" on account of rain, illness, meeting conflicts, etc. Mrs. Levin Announces Daughter's Engagement Mrs. Leone Levin, 4136 Alton rd., has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Dorothea Levin, to Maj. Leonard Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen of Brookline, Mass. The wedding will take place in the near future. Miss Levin is a graduate of Edison High school and attended New York university. She is now art director of the Florida Fashion magazine. Maj. Cohen, who served overseas three years with the AAF, is stationed in the legal office at the Miami Army air field. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI l|tVI>E FEIIBLUL "^ OF MIAMI 41 NOITHUIT HIM AYIMUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. • Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than P resent monthly rental, ayments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • 'Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President Feinberg To Portray Wagner Role In Opera The role of Wagner will be sung by Marx Feinberg Wednesday evening at the third performance of Faust, presentation of the Miami Opera Guild at Miami Senior High school. The production, which will be given Jan. 5, 7 and 9 at 8 p.m. in Miami and at Fort L a u d e r d ale Jan. 12, is under the direction of Arturo MARX FEiNBERoDe Filippi. Young Metropolitan Opera stars will appear in the leading roles, assisted by Miami singers and a local chorus of 75 voices. John Dudley of the Metropolitan will sing the heavy title role and the orchestra will be conducted by George Schick. Seats are still available for the Monday and Wednesday performances. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Inttructora Agency for Driven Licensee And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 6-6082 SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Replacing Leaking Tanks DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace MEMORIAL CHAPEL IHOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERG Treasurer 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE W4$ Washin^en *.re. Miami Bead. la New.Yorks ?6th SUand AmstoHam & % • EMANON CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS. DIRECTORS George Siegel was elected president of the Emanon club of the Town Y last week. Also elected were Bill Feldman, vice president; Shirley Seitlin, recording secretary; Joan Kanter, corresponding secretary; Mildred Berkowitz, treasurer.; Bob Wasserman, sergeant-atarms; Ruth Kratish, publicity chairman and historian. Chosen for the board of directors were Seymour Simon, Sam Kratish. Jean Guberman and Rita Grossman. Next meeting of the group, which is composed of girls of 19 and over and boys of 21 and over, will be held at the Y Wednesday evening. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned' anensaced in business under the fictitious name of BELL REALTY iit 42:. West 29th street. Miami Beach, Florida and Intend to register the said fictitious namp in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I unit. County. Florida. BAUL BELENKY. TILLIE BELENKY. Bole owners. GEORGE CHBRTKOF, Attorney for Applicants. 1/4-11-18-2:. 2/1 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flayer St.. Miami LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SNO-CREME, at 216 N. E. First Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. ROSE FREEMAN. MAX BEGINSKY. Partners. LEON KAPUX, Attorney for Applicant. 12/21-28 1/4-11-18 SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES 1. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 Jwmktf4mm C ^rin S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH • L/. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE 0FFKU11V KPUSaiT THE MAJORITY 9f HORTHERH JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES fn/ormotion Gladly Futmthtd on P.e


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I FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1946 PAGE SIX L .; :e Members To Visit ^^^TTTlS Fore. To Hecr Revie* r^ fcr Aged Sunday FIRST IN THE SOUTH s i ^ %  7.wmmnmmwmmmiim TOUBY PAINTING CO. %  %  %  %  : -. 5 • '-' • -' %  V, -' %  -" fines st •: ~ v % %  3 i ? i r ; 3 • R3cc *48. I ;W -' %  % %  • :: %  %  %  i V 771• %  %  -:--'-. MATRIMONIAL -' '-LAV ;--::?.': :oHTn>nrnAt •_.-:. Aw Miami Se3ch ? y i — A 5 A N x : n ? 1 R • S r %  1 r • DOG "%  s -" ; ; : %  _: -i The Prescription Center .v.Tsa 3rnc 3 5CCC | LlUHSED AH£>AfM*t0(0*TMCms j 669 N.W.d^ Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA iniiBiiiiBiiiiaintamiBiiii • : : : I : i%  :rj • ; ; | • ." # • : — t as M RTGAGE L 0 A N HOLLYWOOD scan ii^n: : MCI :.=*BJ AJCC CHASE FEDERAL NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • • EVERY WEEKDAY NITE Wedt TLAGLIR KEHNEL CLUB. DAILY BLE •• A H j.., Avill, T i-.r.'-lii .%  > Bu* ••' c* from |r. <•'• %  • r.r t ^.tr.M, I"* Av. A* Quini*'** sw -• A*m.ttJ



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1946 Jen 1stfhrId/an PAGE SEVEN Personally Speaking (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) of Montreal, and her brotherin-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weisman, and their son, Asher, of Detroit. Miss Brotrnan is leaving for Daytona Beach where she will present Alec Templeton, blind pianist, lor the Business and Profeslional Women's club Miss Irene Stern left Wednes3ay to return to the University Df South Carolina after spend^ig the holidays with her broither-in-law and sister, Mr. and IMrs. Milton A. Friedman [ Miss Gertrude Appelbaum flew I back to Cleveland after a short [vacation with her brother and Isister-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs. I Saul Appelbaum Mrs. Rose [Dubbin has returned to Miami [after spending three months in [Atlantic City Miss Lillian [Brotrnan, 934 Meridian ave., [who recently arrived from Los [ Angeles, is now a case worker | with the Children's Home society Col. Joshua A. Finkel and his bride, the former Hazel Davis of London, England, are visiting the colonel's father, Walter F. Finkel, of 735 S. W. 25th rd. Mrs. Finkel, a member of WREN during the war, arrived by Clipper last week. The couple were married in August. Col. Finkel, who returned to the States shortly after his marriage, participated in the Normandy invasion and was with the 82nd airborne division as ordnance officer. He is now an instructor, member of the staff and faculty at West Point THE BABY PARADE Last day of the year arrivals were the daughter of the MalDR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS announce! hl return from tervlce ana opening of hie office for the practice of dentistry at 715-17 Seybold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appointment. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estlmatea Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Point Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 for REST CONVALESCENCE WCHRONICCASE. fSun-RpyPark ealth Resort IAMI W 'I --,'" -,• 10'"COJPTHO'0 iOMMATTAII BREWING COMPANY •WtlllllKintBrtwwy vin Englanders and the son of the Julius I. Friedmans, who were born Monday at St. Francis hospital Andrew Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Marcus Greenfield, 2526 S. W. 24th st., was born Dec. 21 .'. Stuart Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman, 233 S. W. 11th ave., Dec. 14 in Jackson Memorial hospital Mr. and Mrs. Morry B. Morris announce the birth of their daughter. Abbey Jane Dennis Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell Berman, 3115 N. W. 24th ave., born Dec. 13. WITH THE CLUBS Junior Hadassah will meet Thursday evening at the Beach Y to make plans for its Feb. 3 carnival Mrs. Benjamin Meyers was elected treasurer of the National Association of Women Lawyers when she attended a recent conference of the group in Cincinnati Royal Palm chapter, AZA, has named BBG Sholem lodge chapter its sister organization. Miss Gloria Lichtenstein, who is the sweetheart of Royal Palm is the liaison officer between the two groups The Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood board of directors will meet with their president, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Monday Scheduled by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center are the following activities: Sunday, 2 p.m., annual lawn party and membership drive at the home of Mrs. Betty Manzar, 1519 Van Burn; Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., regular meeting, and Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., Abe Gannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker at the Morse Arcade clubrooms The Women's club of the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692, will have a cultural meeting Thursday evening at 25 Washington ave. Regular meetings are held the second and fourth Thursdays of each month The Bialik Singing society, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, will resume its activities 8 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth Sholom under the direction of Mme. Lena Coen BB WOMEN TO MEET B'nai B'rith Women will meet at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y. A musical program will follow the meeting. Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Matilda Rosenthal were recently elected to represent B'nai B'rith Women on the Hillel Advisory council for terms of two years and one year, respectively. of the University of Miami Music school Newsman Jack Kofoed will address a meeting of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Dlstrlkat*. ky %  M* *. Evening Classes In Life Drawing and Portrait Painting Professional Models THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Division of Adult Education Phone 4-0801 6lfoi*>r "mxlwkJisik 'JTei ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH i


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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:
January 4, 1946

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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^^^.THE JEWISH UNITyI
)LUME 19NUMBER 1
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
E
Tice chairmen for the 1946
ibined Jewish Appeal were
jounced today by William D.
ger, campaign chairman. Those
will assist Singer are:
Stanley C. Myers, Benjamin
le, Samuel Friedland, Mitchell
Blfson, Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
lit Roth, J. Gerald Lewis, Max
)vitz, Sam Blank, Carl Wein-
t, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Monte
pig, Jacob Sher and Harry
Irnblum.
The local response to the 100
llion dollar campaign of the
iited Jewish Appeal has been
eh that the Jewish leaders of
eater Miami are now going all-
in answering the plea of our
>ple in Europe, Singer de-
red.
le funds to be raised by the
. 24 to March 6 drive will be
ided among 70 local, national
" overseas agencies. However,
largest proceeds will go to
-overseas program which will
Bfit the 1,250,000 Jewish sur-
rs in Europe. Out of this
iber approximately 800,000
n need of fullest relief and
bilitation, Singer stated.
>T GROUNDWORK
HCATES SUCCESS
Ith one week remaining be-
the Community Chest gets
er way, General. Chairman
Uey C. Myers said the pre-
lary work indicates the most
essful drive in the history of
county.
It this point," he said in a
campaign letter to all work-
"we are farther ahead than
before. The encouraging
is that most of the gifts al-
in show large increases,
[the rate of gain is enough to
re victory if we keep up the
work."
|e goal of the campaign is
971 and the money is needed
lance the work of 23 local
Bies of family service, child
health and recreation,
weeks, speakers and cam-
workers have been prepar-
le way by explaining what
Bgencies do and what the
ly is needed for.
UNRRA Chief Hints Jewish Plot In Europe
RABBI ZIELONKA
Rabbis to Debate
Jewish Statehood
Desirability of establishing Pal-
estine as a Jewish commonwealth
will be debated by Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Rabbi David L. Ziel-
onka of Tampa at the Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, meeting 8
p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Elks
club. 9 N. E. Third ave.
Rabbi Shapiro, spiritual leader
of Beth David and board mem-
ber of the Miami Zionist district,
will take the affirmative. The
negative position will be upheld
by Rabbi Zielonka, who is board
member of the Southern Florida
chapter of the American Council
for Judais mand a lecturer at
Tampa University.
A question and answer forum
will follow the debate. Ike Levin
will be moderator. Arrange-
ments are being made by Dave
Catsman, program chairman.
RABBI SHAPIRO
Uman To Install
Lodge Officers
A joint installation and dance
will be held by the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith membership Jan. 20
at the Terrace restaurant. Mor-
rice S. Uman of Tampa, president
of the state federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges, will install the in-
coming officers of the Sholem and
Beach lodges.
A special performance of Lou
Walter's "Midnight In Paris" re-
vue will be given. The main ad-
dress will be delivered by a
speaker of national reputation.
Walter C. Kovner, Max R. Sil-
ver and J. Bernard Spector are
co-chairmen of the affair. Reser-
vations, at $7.50 per person, may
be made at the B'nai B'rith office.
S. E ZIONIST REGION
TO HOLD CONFERENCE
Delegates from Florida, Geor-
gia, South Carolina, Alabama,
Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisi-
ana will gather in Jacksonville
for the eighth annual conference
of the southeastern region of the
Zionist Organization of America
Jan. 25 to 28.
Attending from Miami will be
Hyman Sootin. president of the
Miami district; Dr. Louis G. Lyt-
ton, president of the Beach dis-
trict; Shepard Broad and Alex
Van Straaten.
UJA Man to Head
Federation Branch
Branch campaign headquarters
for the 1946 Combined Jewish
Appeal are being set up at the
Beach Y, Morris Klass, executive
director, announced today.
Albert Olian, field representa-
tive of the United Jewish Appeal,
will be in charge of the Beach
office. Olian just arrived from
Boston where he was connected
with the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal which raised three million
dollars.
"This year Beach workers will
be directed by their own leaders
from their own headquarters,"
Klass said. Beach special gifts
workers are already planning
their campaign program at the
new headquarters.
Jack Marash, executive direc-
tor, states that Federation will
receive full support from the
Beach Y, which is one of the
beneficiaries of the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Due to the New Year's holi-
day, the Jewish Floridian of-
fices were closed Monday eve-
ning and Tuesday. The sixe
and news coverage of this
week's publication has been
reduced as a result. The pa-
per will be returned to its
regular sixe next week.
Immigration Barred
Pending Inquiry
Until the joint Anglo-American
inquiry commission completes its
investigations all Jewish immi-
gration to Palestine will be
stopped, it was announced as
British authorities arrested 5,000
more Jews for questioning about
violence in the Holy Land last
week.
No more visas will be issued for
Jewish immigration until after
the inquiry is completed unless
Britain orders otherwise, J. V.
Shaw, chief secretary of the Pal-
estine government, said.
He officially confirmed that
75,000 immigration certificates al-
lowed under the 1939 White Pa-
per are almost exhausted and that
the only Jews awaiting legal en-
try are 400 to 500 refugees from
Bulgaria.
A house-to-house search was
started early yesterday morning
in the old section of Jerusalem.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Belief that thousands of Polish
Jews are pouring into the Ameri-
can occupation zone from the eaSt
acting in accordance with "a well
organized, positive plan to get out
of Europe" was expressed by Lt.
Gen. Sir Frederick E. Morgan,
chief of UNRRA operations in
Germany Wednesday at Frank-
furt.
Morgan said he thought an un-
known, secret Jewish organiza-
tion is behind the infiltration. He
is not convinced a out what he
described as "all ttte talk about
pogroms within Poland."
"I believe we are about to see
a second exodus of Jews his
time from Europe," the UNRRA
executive declared.
(London officials of the Jewish
agency for Palestine said they
had no knowledge of any organ-
ized plan to get Jews out of Eu-
rope or to move them from Po-
land.
(Lavy Bakstanski, general sec-
retary of the Zionist Federation
of Great Britain and Ireland, said
he did not know of such an Or-
ganization, but added: "I believe
if Jews are leaving Europe it is
the result of intolerable persecu-
tion and slaughter such as no peo-
ple have ever faced and repre-
sents the determination of Euro-
pean Jewry to terminate Jewish
homelessness.")
Polish Jews are arriving by the
trainloads from Lodz and other
Polish centers, Morgan said, and
they are "well dressed, well fed.
rosy-cheeked and have plenty of
money."
PALESTINE INQUIRY
TO BEGIN MONDAY
)wn Y, Hillel Fund Campaigners
ke Final Solicitations This Week
riNDS UP DRIVE.
:TS NEW OFFICERS
Town Y is winding up its
DO campaign a considerable
ice from its quota. Beset
numerous difficulties, the
lization found itself with too
a time to overcome the ob-
to secure sufficient funds
over its first building cam-
When workers complete
sing of outstanding pledges
expected that the total will
about $75,000.
rge Chertkof, president, and
Grossman, executive di-
have announced that a
lttee will be appointed to
line the feasibility of be-
g construction of one wing
proposed structure in early
with the funds raised thus
It the same time, plans for
additional fund raising next year
are being studied.
As a result of elections Wednes-
day, Chertkof was re-elected to
the presidency. Other officers
are Leon Kaplan, vice president
and chairman of the board of
directors; Harry Schwartz, secre-
tary; Dave Brown, treasurer;
Fred K. Shochet, William D. Sin-
ger and Larry Grossberg, three-
year board members.
Elected to the board for one
year were Sam Beckman, Joseph
Bermann, Sylvia Chertkof, Sol
Finn, Nat Gans, Harry Gerstein,
Harry Gordon, Jenny Gordon,
Henry Jacobson, Dorothy Kap-
lan, Sam Karns. Abe Kurman,
Minna Lavine, Leon Lieberman.
Al Pallot, Lil Rosengarten. Mir-
iam Sager, Teddy Sakowitz, Max
Silver, Esther Singer, David
Stuzin, Eugene Weiss, Sam Dick-
son, Seymour Simon, Max Mint-
zer, Ben Essen, Abe Goldman.
FIRST HILLEL PLEDGES
NEAR $20,000 MARK
The Rev. Dr. Joshua Loth Lieb-
man, rabbi of Temple Israel. Bos-
ton, addressed a gathering of Hil-
lel supporters at a campaign din-
ner last Thursday at which
initial pledges totalled approxi-
mately $20,000.
Pinch-hitting for Dr. Abram
Sachar, Dr. Liebman emhasized
that American youth is the citadel
of the future of Judaism. Monte
Selig. who, with Sam Blank and
Carl Weinkle, is co-chairman of
the drive, was toastmaster for the
evening.
Rabbi Albert Michels, Univer-
sity of Miami Hillel director, re-
ceived an ovation from the group
when he announced that Dr. Bow-
man F. Ashe, president of the
university, has made a statement
to the effect that as long as he is
head of the university there will
be no quota on Jewish students.
Campaign workers at the meet-
ing announced that they would
solicit prospects to put the $35,000
campaign over.
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
Anglo-American commission of
Inquiry on Palestine, slated to
hold its first session here on Jan.
7, is expected to hear testimony
from representatives of 18 Jewish
and non-Jewish organizations, ac-
cording to reliable sources here.
The list of the organizations
may be made public today when
the American and British mem-
bers of the commission are ex-
pected to meet for the first time.
It is expected that that meeting
may settle the question whether
the hearings are to be held in
public or behind closed doors.
Informed circles here are inclined
to the view that at least some of
the hearings will be opened to
the public.
CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS
TO OUTLINE DUTIES
A seminar and luncheon meet-
ing of the Speakers' bureau of
the Combined Jewish Appeal will
be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Strand restaurant,
according to Rabbi Leon Kronish,
chairman.
Albert Bernstein will address
the group on the preparation of
a speech, presenting the man's
viewpoint on delivery. Mrs. Syd-
ney L Weintraub will speak on
the overall delivery of a speech,
presenting the woman's view-
point.
The trend of this year's cam-
paign will be outlined by William
D. Singer, campaign chairman.
Max Orovitz, Federation presi-
dent, will discuss "What Is Fed-
eration?" Rabbi Max Shapiro,
chairman of the budget commit-
tee, will tell of the work of the
United Jewish Appeal, one of the
major beneficiaries of the cam-
paign. National and defense
work will be discussed by Mrs.
Sol H. Leslie.
A question and answer period
will follow. Members of the
Speakers' bureau will aid in in-
forming the Greater Miami Jew-
ish population of the 1946 needs
of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Kimball Wins Bowl Tickets
In Book Review Contest
Two tickets to the Orange Bowl
game were awarded Leonard
Kimball, 251 Washington ave., for
his review of Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver's "The World Crisis and
Jewish Survival." The tickets
were first prize in the Jewish
Book Review contest, sponsored
tier the Jewish Book council of
Greater Miami in observance of
Jewish Book Month. The prize-
winning review will be printed in
an early edition of the Jewish
Floridian.
The second prize winner. Miss
Evelyn Shorofsky, who will re-
ceive a year's subscription to
Commentary, reviewed Milton
Steinberg's "A Partisan Guide to
the Jewish Problem."
Jerry Schulman won third
prize, Moshe Mosenson's "Letters
From the Desert," for his review
of H. S. Baron's "Haym Salo-
mon."
The judges of the contest were
Edward Clarke, chairman; Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, Mrs. Max Sha-
piro, Max Meisel, chairman of
the council, and Fred K. Shochet.
Participants in the Jewish Book
council were the Bureau of Jew-
ish Educaaon, Beth David Sister-
hood, Hillel Foundation, Temple
Israel Library, Town Y and
Beach Y. A. P. Gannes was
secretary.
i



fjewlst fkridiafi___
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4,
?*Mx>ncMy, fywrfbinf
Hadassah To
Benefit Affair
IN THE WIND
It's rumored 'round town that
Paul Weitzman will be married
Sunday ... Mr. and Mrs. Kirby
Silver will hold open house for
twelfth birthday of their son.
Zeliq .
THE PARTY LINE
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg
entertained a number of their
friends last Thursday evening and plannin
at the Strath Haven hotel in
Annual dinner dance for the
.,; of the Hadassah Medica
Station will b.
evening at the Copacabana ,
Hadassah's postwar pioneering
Mm Kronenfeld
To Wed Sunday
When Miss Thelma Kronenfeld
is married Sunday, her steter wW
become her sister-in-law. For
Miss Kronenfeld will wed Mor-
ton Simon, whose brother. Her-
Temple Groups Slat*
Card Party. Elections
Both the Sisterhood and
club of Temple Beth Sh,|mhj,
meetings tor TUe
slated
Jan. 8.
nose,.
The Sisterhood will hold a .,
and man jongg garde n
bert, is married to her sister. tne home of Mrs.
their friends, celebrating the
Pidyen Haben of their 15-month-! honor of their 39th wedding an-
old son, Warren, at the home \ niversary. Mis Moses Krieger
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.; cut the anniversary cake ana
George Silver, 566 S. W. First i made a short speech
st., Sunday at 4 p.m. The cele-
bration was postponed until
Mr. Silver returned from over-
seas. In the air corps four
years, the former corporal
spent two years in the South
Pacific with the engineers' di-
vision .
Sgt. Harold Rothlein, son of
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Langner, has been discharged
way i.i the expansion of healtj wedding, a private cere-
- in thi Kothschild Hadas- fii. tM(. immediate family.
sah university hospital. The pro- m, ta )u.|,| at the home of the
the building i bride-to he's parents. Mr. and
tubercul \ Kronenfeld. 92 N. E. 48th
*e'ch ... Mr. tarium, wider si: t.. with Habbi Max Shapiro of-
TTZm hosts1 health and h: ; ... Friends and reUtives
18 ^.m-- opening been invited to the recep-
at the Miami 1,dl,J, .,,, ; ,' ||u. Kl,im.nfl.id's Sunday
3 Ml
men-.-
and Mrs. Joel Zalis
at Shalos Sudos
Jewish Orthodox Congregation ,,-,.,.
of T: the Ji
cni; ... ::, and 0
Saturday on the occasion
the fifteenth birthday of their
son, Marvin ... Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Van Straaten celebrated
their 35th anniversary with a
family cocktail party and din-
ner at the National hotel this
week Mrs. Pearl Rodman
will be hostess at a Russian tec
tin.".
evening at 8
Mr. Simon, son
Herbert A Simon of Miami
percentage i I the children Mis
of Mr. and
returned from
i Mrs. Mrh-irfn'1
4459 Sheridan rd., ,,, l 3o "^
Admission is $1, but new '
bers will be guests.
In the evening, the Men's ri
will hold elect.on of <,ff,ic|*
board members at the "
Sottachali
nee of Christian,!
and Jews will discuss "
venture in Good Will"
board members at t|. To-TI
Dr. Andrew W. Gotts, hall ,ft
National Conference of Christia^l
"An Ad-
station nths. Both he and Mil
tangner. nas oeen uibcnuiyeu Q
from the Army after three years'; "|d .atlce party reoJ at tne K_
service oversees in the ETO. iMlGmi Y fn J*? Dot the Th
Rothlein will leave Sunday to emergency hind of the Pioneer d:... .. ... Ma
attend New York university .
PhM. 1-c Melvin B. Handels-
man is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs James Handelsman,
1275 S. W. 19th ter., on a 30-
day leave. In the service :hree
years, Handelsman has been
aboard the USS New Mexico in
the Pacific for the past 13
months ... In service over two
years, Sgt. Labe B, Mel spent
the New Year holiday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Mel, 2273 S. W. 12th st. Sgt.
Mel returned to Ft. Bragg, N. C.,
Wednesday with Pvt. Robert
Leader of Chicago who was
his house guest. They are ar
Women's Organization ...:.'. '' S lei Sa-
Home from the Berkshire School piro, Mrs. Harold
? oli(,u m Lestei Hart, Mrs. Jump. Lipton,
or Boys. Sheffield. Mass., ^ ^ y ,
Louis wolfson entertained JU oi Benjamin Kane, A
his friends at a dance in the stepi ->,!'--
home of his parents, Mr. and N. Doui
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Friday bin, Mrs. H md Mrs.
evening Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Tichman, 4025 Pinetree dr.,
were honor guests at a cocktail
party given last week at the
Shelborne hotel by Mr and
Mrs Herman Rubel, winter
visitors from New York
Long Beach, L. I.
Si e the Jewish Floridian's
"Where to Dine'' page for fine
and fine service.
'JEWISH RIPLEY' NEXT
ON CULTURAL SERIES
EASY METHOD AUTO-
DRIVING INSTRUCTION
DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS
"BETTER BE SAFE THAN
SORRY"
2920 Douglas Road
Phone 4-3628
Patent Pending
Members of the National Hoi*
for Jewish Children in Den>
will meet at the home of JI*
Ross, 3541 S w. Fw
St., Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock.
EMBARRASSING HMI
BANISHtD fORfKfo
I'om lnc,
anni and Uji
SAFaY
PMESSLY
with a mriB-x! t( <-
r M Ridar. *
w I I i n evtryeMi
anas. Fr*e lent*.
IRENE GOODMAN
KM Mnmln B4. Phw M-tNl
.INCOLM ARCADE
idson, < II known
and bumoi 1st, will be |
on Jewish
Cultural > Jan. 13
Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves
30 Years of Satisfied Customers
A senior at the University of j at 1
Illinois, Miss Vivian Ciihn is
visiting her parents, Dr. and
tillerymen Lt. Jack Mintzer iMls M-B- 5?* 1754 Meridian
leaves today for San Francisco Gve; Miss im Wl11 be 9radu'
cted from the college of liberal on Jewisl H
arts in February. Dr. and Mrs. : "'
Cirlin entertained recently for:
their daughter and Oscar
Straus, distinguished musician, Hi incipal of the relig-
and Mrs Straus. Mr. and Mrs. I of Park Avenui
Straus are the house guests of e in New i five
Sane! Beer, who _________________
Vint Our Grove
Bring Your Camera
See Many Varieties
of Rare Tree
FLOYD'S
S21 S. W. 42nd At..
Phone 4-3710
FANCY
OIFT BOXES
MARMALADES
after spending a 30-day fur-
lough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami
Beach. Lt. Mintzer has been in
the Army for three and one-
half years .
Rev. and Mrs. Kair.-.an Sha-
piro, parents of Rabbi Max ,
Shapiro, and Mrs. Ma* Gor- e hosts at a New Years Eve
aon, his sister, are visiting at
Miami Beach from New York
. Miss Estell Fishrr.an of N
Y. arrives today to visit hei
uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs.
Jack Hirsch. of Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch were hests
at a Kiddush last Saturday at
ATTENTION!
per:/ this week juiius Weintraub: Contact Jake
Ruth Brotmcn has as guests Schreiber.
Telephone 5-1753
her mother. Mrs. N Brotman
her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. John Schlesinger,
and their daughter, N'aomi, all
CONT.NLED ON PAGE 7)
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CULTURAL COMMITTEE
Presents
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Renowned Humorist
Subject: Contemporary Jewish Wit and Humor
SUNDAY EVENING. JANUARY 13 8:00 P. M.
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N Miami Avenue. Intend to register
nld name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cult Court^^5|Co^.^rjaj.
D. MARTIN MELTZ
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
F H GROWERS at South Dixie
Highway, Kendall, Fla.. Intends U>
"Xster said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florlda' FLORENCE SMITH.
Sole Owner.
DIANA COOPERRMITH. Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-15
notice is hereby given that
the undei signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KEAt'll RADIO AND APPLIANCE
SHOP at 440 Kspanola Way. Miami
Beach, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
IVY E. KOLCHNER
Sole Owner.
DIANA COOI'ERSMITH, Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RISCAYNE BEAUTY SUPPLY at
7814 N. W. 7th Ave.. Intend Jo regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS COHEN
HERBERT BOONER
SOD ALEXANDER
12/28 1/4-11-1S-J6.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TAMIAMI HOTEL. Miami, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fk,rldBHERMAN SCHULMAN.
.1. A. ROSS.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage to
business under the fictitious name of
BRIOGS, Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH ALEXANDER
SYDNEY J. GREENBERO
HAROLD TURK.
Attorney.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE, at 4106
Royal I'alm Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ADAM RAB1NOWITZ.
Sole Owner.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/4-11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ART LANDSCAPE CO.. 952 Alton
Road. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1946


PAGE FOUR
P,.t and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second A~*J25
P- O. Box 2973 r-^^-polTomc.
^^rs^-"^'^r* Tim
FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
VOLUME 19
NUMBER 1
Miami 18. Flo^Fnday^January 4. 1946
Weizman to Get
JNF Certificate
Bureau Seeks Foster Homes
For Needy Jewish Children
THE DAMNDEST LIE
Candidate for the grossest untruth about the European ituc- .
JZZZLm made by Lt. Gen Sir Frederic, E. Morgan
which appears on the front page of ^e ^ish Flon tod
Were it not for the fact that Morgans description oiio sea*
llh organization" plotting in Europe was transm^ed Jbou
egular news channels, we would be inclined to P^
marks off as the UNRRA chief's application to the inner
of the new fascism.
But an accusation of this sort canno, ***"?*
lightly- Read Morgans statement carefully. Then read
facts:
The Nazis murdered an estimated 6,000.000 Jews in Europe
(Evidence submitted in the trials at Nuremberg,
There were 3,250.000 Jews living in Poland in 1939. The
Jewish population in Poland in 1945 was 80 000^ (IDC survey
of surviving Jewish population of continental Europe.
Less than 1,250,000 lews are now alive in Europe. (Ibid.)
Gen Morgan is not convinced about "all that talk about
Pogroms in Poland." (Statement in the "Trend of Events
Dec 210 "Armed Polish anti-Semites raiaed the home of Pin-
chas Goldstein, president of the Jewish community of Gniew-
cszow, warned all Jews to leave town within six Jours. The
aang returned when the ultimatum expired, murdered Golc-
stein, his wife and Elijah Kirshbaum. Chava Miechaber ana
Eva Beinheil."
Polish officials conferring with representatives of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee report that from 50 to 60 people are in
jail awaiting trial after a reported 200 Jews were killed in
riots in Poland. Jews are free to emigrate from Poland, Win-
centy Rzymowski, foreign minister of Poland, cedcres
Dr. Oscar Lcnge. Poland's new ambassador to the United
States, has admitted renewed outbreaks of anti-Semitic vio-
lence in liberated Poland.
Polish Prime Minister Edward Osubka-Morawski admits
the*, there have been serious anti-Jewish outbreaks in Poland.
Two very engaging little boys,
one four and one two. are Bert-
Zli m need of foster home*
The Children's Serv.ce bureau
Si asks for Jewish fanuUea
Kde county to respond to need
of these two young Jewish chil-
d,The 4-year-old is bright, quick.
talkative, affectionate and attrac-
'Av His parents are separated
a'nd hSVther. who has been
t providing for him. is UL To nice
the youngster's immediate care
Children's Service bureau
placed the youngster temporanly
but must find a hoine immed-
atelv where the youngstei can
sSJfo^some period of time untd
his father can receive medical
help and straighten his difficult
circumstances.
The younger boy is the child
of a young mother who is sepa-
: m her husband. She
work and needs help her-
jn sharing responsibility for
them.
The chief requirements for be-
coming foster parents are that
then be love, understanding; of
children and that every member
of the family, fathers and other
children as well as mothers, be
interested in the plan of sharing
their home life with a child. The
bureau will wish to become well
acquainted with the foster par-
cuts so that the best placement
possible can be made for the
child and so that foster parents
also may find satisfaction in the
placement
The bureau does not do addi-
tion work. Its effort is to help
children remain with their own
parents or to help parents who
must use placement to get back
on their feet and have their chil-
dren with them.
The National Council of Jewish
Women has been interested in
helping the bureau interpret its
needs of foster homes for Jewish
t Beth 1
I
11 Dr.
[going and used to a new
S
,gh to have the youngstei
thher. This little boyta
nati ind need v. He
is m h quieter than the other
and : I help in becoming
I n

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SHOLEM BRIEFS~
By J. Bernard Specior
In v it at ions to 1
let are i
f the print
l ship of 1
lodges W
,- your
abies are also
... n that sen-
rgi ncies may be met
Many oi these
ren of unmarried girls
and help in plan-
: and their babys
ture.
The Jewish Social Service bu-
every way to
ily together but where
Bible calls on the
- vice bureau for its
king it a happy place-
ment for the child. This has been
ie children describ-
ed above, both of whom were re-
ferred to the Children's Service
bureau by JSSB.
The Children's Service bureau
is a Community Chest agency. It
will cover the expenses of chil-
Iren's care in foster homes and
help to foster parents in
The Jewish Social Service bu-
reau adds its convictions as to
the urgency of the need.
Those interested shall call Min
Ruth Butcher, executive director,
at 2-3166. The address of the
bureau is 127 N. W. Second st.
OBITUARIES
tions ii
: understanding the youngsters and
nite
RICHARDSON
Mm Sarah Rlenardaon. TS,
i\anla ave Miami Beach d i
Tuesday at her home. She waa the
w iiiow of Louie Richardaon
Richardaon hail lived hare n veara,
coming from Jacksonville. Bui
Include a aon. Alexander Rlchai
two daughters. Mr*. Ren Dill.
Mm. Louie llclman. all of M
Beach, and two later* an Funeral services were held in the
, hai i of the r.oreton Funi al
Wednesday Burial was In M II '
S( bo i emetery.
LITE
Ml* Ballv Lite. II. died al 11
III ave.. Miami R.-nch. TU( I I
.1 short Hlnese. She cam., to
Bi "h threa yeara aeo from Iti
and la survived by her huaband
I i son. Pavld I.llc. both of M iml
Ft, ,i .i slater ami a '
i were held Wednesday in
R varalda Funeral home with bu
Ml Sebo eemeterv.
[ tions t
a fair and
tnbution of 1
. i then
'. )ng and
Greyhound Juveniles
Show High Speed
n the Hollywood Kennel
ned its 12th season on
and boring club ^ -> -"-;-
51 .. 52 there were some 200 pups
for their first racing les-
- ns. There were many highly
led greyhounds among the
iveniles. Some of them have
v shown a high turn of
: li ..- Ie i vi :..:.- speed.
announces | Progress of Tootie has been
partial rapid. She was beaten in her
but and then won two races
an easy manner. She showed
This : speed that she runs
Russian military authorities have closed the frontier through
"which lews escaping from Polcnd have been entering the
Russian zone of Berlin en route to displaced persons camps
in the American =r.d British zones. JTA news release of Dec.
29. 1945. From the same news story: The general feeling in
Berlin is that the British end American military officials in
Germany do no*, comprehend the tragic situation, of the Jews
in Polcnd. Some of them are trying to crecte the impression
that the Jews are fleeing from Polcnd because they are stimu-
lated by Zionist propaganda to do so, end because of the
fact that they do not receive sufficient protection from the
Polish government cgcinst anti-Semitic tenor. Open and
camouflaged anti-Jewish sentiments are noticeable among
most of the British officers and even among some Americans.
The sentiment during the United Jewish Appeal conference .
recently was thct the only way the Jews of Poland, as we.l as the
the res; of Europe, can survive this year is through charity. A ,. ^ STJ^SS'JSS.
SIOO.CCO.OOO goal for relief and rehabilitation work in Europe 425 Meridian ave.. and her fiance.
was voted bv UJA after evewitness reoorts on conditions over- \ ; Whagen. were honored
ption recently at the
's
. speed that she runs
gainst seasoned routers like
- bet' itional Sport. Honey Babe,
j Long Ago and Lone Valley. Long
Abe A: A. .vas good enough to beat the
: best several times at the Victory
I ttee: M i.r.g.
: other pup to make an im-
:-. was Roann Rock. He
twice last week and in his
nd winning effort he was 15
front of his company
finish.
PRINCE
Alexander I'rlnee. so. whoies.il.. -
tinner; ileaman ana Miami
winter vlaltor from Morrlstown, N J..
,ii.-.i in r Hoiivo.i hospital T
Hi i- -ui\ Ived by bll wife, Ml : -
ni. Prince, and two dauahl-'s The
bod) wa ent to Newark. N. J.. by
Riven Ida Funeral home.
RICHTER
l'r Samuel Itl.hler. 73. Of 1 il N E
I at., 'li.-.l Moiulav In a '
II. came from New York elt!
t-eara o, after practlclna .!
re than to reara. II.
vlved by two sons, ijxii* and W
of N. w York city. The body "
'.. New York by Palmer Funeral
HELLER
Dr William I. Heller,
Brooklyn, N". Y. school teaehei arl i
me to Miami Beach three years -"
.li.-.! In a Miami Iteaoh hoapll
day Survivlne are hla Wife, Mra,
Kltl Heller, Miami Beach, "' '
Brookl) n and a bn "
W ml (i n. The body waa '
New York by Rlver-i.l.- Men lal
I i i I
ttee. Dave
tun m a long

of
Beach Couple Feted
At Engagement Party
.',_*,,' j-m yon recently at tne
sees were given by European Jews who survived the Nazi terror- me of thi bridegroom-elect's
ism and American Jews who have been studying the postwar'.'.. :" Mr. and Mrs M,,x Gold-
1670 Lenox ave.
inta. has been set for the
MELNICK
Tl irry Melnick. SO, died at .< V
iiiEton ave., Miami Beach He '- l
Icher and came to Miami !
>< ira ago from New York city Jj "
vivlnit are his wife. Mrs Sofia Mel-
nli k ion, Bennie Melnick, v
dauahter. Mildred Melnick. S
' mother. Mra. Raehel M>
M iml Beach: two brother-
Services were held at Illy!
Ida Memorial chapel, with burial in
Ml Sinai cemetery.
freezing to death? Mu
we reissue the films of
trction camps, of the swarms
deed?
In his diatribe, Morgan reveals the same inhumanity, the
same attempt to "put one over" on the world that Nazis who are
now being tried and hung have revealed since fascism began.
The only enswer to Morgan's statement is redoubled effort
to get the Jews out of Europethe Jews who by great majority
are begging to be allowed in Palestine and out ot the hellhok
which Europe rail la.
GLICKSTEIN ,
Mrs Fannie Qllckateln, '"
Mendota ave.. ("oral Oablea. f!""r
raaldenl of New Haven. Conn.. '"'"
Raturday nt her home. She moved
Coral ilal.les 17 vears n". Snrvi*.;
are her huslmnd. Harr>- fill
rViral Oablea; four aona. Jos.i'ti ><
Jai kaonvllle: Kov and Philip. Cl
al I Cant. Leonard Ollckst.ln
and three brnihera. Bert Bhorr. '-
Ana-elea; Carl Shnrr. Kansas CHv. Jn-'
and Alfred Shorr. ChlceeTO
ailrkateln waa a member of '
- on Beth David, fiordon 1
' has sent the body to .l.i
vllle.
-............ ..(-
. thi .. .
Resolved. 3
jde
Jcwf'
moderator
oerre.anent I
Ike Levin
be
Past
act as served
HONORS PRESIDENTS
AXLROO ,r,,
Mn Rachel Lena Axlrod-r'ir-r'.i
aer\icea for Mm Axlrod weri
l'e, :t in the afternrK.n at the
funeral home, with Rahhl Maj -
officlatlnic and burial in w .,,
I'ark Mra. Axlrod. who cam.' 0 '"
ami from Cleveland 11 vears a* '.' ,
from the I r>ec ;s in n hospital. She is aunivw
by her hisl.and. Wolf Axlrod: nrr
sons. I>nil8. Samuel and I-eo. *"
Miami: a daughter. Mrs. Berth.,
of Cleveland: two slst.rs. Mra M< '
Zwlrk, of Ml 'ml. and Mrs Beckv'.i""
"f Cleveland and a brother, 1 <""'
presidents who have
served since 1920 will be guests
of honor at tfce annual member-
snip tea of the Miami section.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. 1 30 this afternoon at the
Atlantis hotel At the tea. the
23th anniversary of Council will
be commemorated.
--1 i' III Hill .11111 .1
Lipnian. of Cleveland
ROSENTHAL TV.
Mrs Sarah Roaenthal. *\a,' uh
1 In New York A winter rWJr.,t
for many yeara. ahe la aurvl'"'i
her hunhand Charlea Roaenthal teu
der of tb Riverside Memorial """'
In New York and Miami Beach j
aona. Edward and Morton: v" '.
daufhters. Mis Hannah Felatelr. ai
Mra Miriam Paaserman. Mrs of
thai was a member of a """T^h.
orean I rations Inrludlnc H' ^,
Mlarachl and Bnal BTlth ,10.,rlil
active In philanthropic work o'
wu in Weatchwtar HWa. N. <


FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1946
+Jewlsti fhrkUan
PAGE FIVE
NCCH To Make Plans
For Dutch Supper
Plans for a Dutch supper will
be made by members of Dade
chapter, National Children's Car-
diac Home, at their regular meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Beach Y. Prior to this meeting
there will be a meeting of the
board at 10:30 a.m.
The Dutch supper is to be held
Sunday, Jan. 20, at the American
Legion, 1828 Alton rd. Mrs. Jean
Raab, chairman of ways and
means, has appointed Mrs. Nora
Gardner chairman of the affair.
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Officers of the Emma Lazarus
chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women will be installed at a din-
ner at the Arlington hotel Tues-
day evening.
The new olficers are Dolly
Pont, president; Bernice Semco,
first vice president: Vera Snyder,
second vice president; Florence
Abramson, corresponding secre-
tary; Edith Simmons, recording
secretary; Paulo Horowitz, treas-
urer.
Eating out? See the Jewish
Floridian's "Where to Dine" page
for the tops in cuisine.
Don't Count On It
But JSSB May Meet
There may be a special meet-
ing of the Jewish Social Ser-
vice bureau's board members,
8 p.m. Monday, at the Town Y.
But we don't guarantee it.
For the past several weeks
the board has been trying to
meet, but sessions have been
"called" on account of rain, ill-
ness, meeting conflicts, etc.
Mrs. Levin Announces
Daughter's Engagement
Mrs. Leone Levin, 4136 Alton
rd., has announced the engage-
ment of her daughter, Miss Doro-
thea Levin, to Maj. Leonard
Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Cohen of Brookline, Mass. The
wedding will take place in the
near future.
Miss Levin is a graduate of
Edison High school and attended
New York university. She is now
art director of the Florida Fash-
ion magazine.
Maj. Cohen, who served over-
seas three years with the AAF,
is stationed in the legal office at
the Miami Army air field.
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RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000
Joseph M. Lipton, President
Feinberg To Portray
Wagner Role In Opera
The role of Wagner will be
sung by Marx Feinberg Wednes-
day evening at the third perform-
ance of Faust, presentation of the
_ Miami Opera
Guild at Miami
Senior High
school.
The produc-
tion, which will
be given Jan.
5, 7 and 9 at 8
p.m. in Miami
and at Fort
L a u d e r d ale
Jan. 12, is un-
der the direc-
tion of Arturo
marx FEiNBERoDe Filippi.
Young Metro-
politan Opera stars will appear in
the leading roles, assisted by Mi-
ami singers and a local chorus of
75 voices.
John Dudley of the Metropoli-
tan will sing the heavy title role
and the orchestra will be con-
ducted by George Schick. Seats
are still available for the Monday
and Wednesday performances.
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Inttructora
Agency for Driven Licensee
And Auto Tags
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
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SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Replacing Leaking Tanks
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top son.
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No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
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Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
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MEMORIAL CHAPEL
IHOS. M. BURNS. JR.
Funeral Director
ABE EISENBERG
Treasurer
5-7777
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EMANON CLUB ELECTS
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS
George Siegel was elected
president of the Emanon club of
the Town Y last week.
Also elected were Bill Feld-
man, vice president; Shirley Seit-
lin, recording secretary; Joan
Kanter, corresponding secretary;
Mildred Berkowitz, treasurer.;
Bob Wasserman, sergeant-at-
arms; Ruth Kratish, publicity
chairman and historian. Chosen
for the board of directors were
Seymour Simon, Sam Kratish.
Jean Guberman and Rita Gross-
man.
Next meeting of the group,
which is composed of girls of 19
and over and boys of 21 and over,
will be held at the Y Wednesday
evening.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned' an- ensaced in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
BELL REALTY iit 42:. West 29th
street. Miami Beach, Florida and In-
tend to register the said fictitious
namp in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I unit. County. Florida.
BAUL BELENKY.
TILLIE BELENKY.
Bole owners.
GEORGE CHBRTKOF,
Attorney for Applicants.
1/4-11-18-2:. 2/1
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And for your convenience
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SNO-CREME, at 216 N. E. First Ave.,
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dads County, Florida.
ROSE FREEMAN.
MAX BEGINSKY.
Partners.
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Attorney for Applicant.
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39 S. E. 6th Street
Phone 2-8396
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Foil DAI HC COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. IT".'.:.
In Re: ESTATE OB* DAVID K.
REED. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present anv
Halm* and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have agalnsl thn
estate of DAVID EC. REED, deceased
late of Dade Count v. Florida, to the
Hon. W. I-' BLANTON. County .Indue
of Daile County, and file the same In
his office in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eleht
calendar months from the date of tie.
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date, December 27. A. D 1945.
ESTHER K. REED.
As Executrix of the List Will and
Testament of DAVID K. REED,
Deceased
MAX I! SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
1 '4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring '. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ORANGE BLOSSOM COMPANY, 1172
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intends to register the said nam
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
I lade Counl y, Florida.
This business was formerly OW1 I
and operated by Arthur A. Selevan,
and is now owned and operated by
the undersigned.
BERNARD A. SELEVAN.
1/4-11-18-25
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE cirtcriT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 96057
ELIZABETH BREWER.
Plaintiff.
vs. ___
HARR.Y CHARLES BREWER.
Defendant.
TO: HARRY CHARLES BREWER,
1711 Summerfleld Street, Brooklyn,
New York.
You are hereby osdered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by ELIZABETH BREWER, on or
before the 11th day of January. 1846.
Otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against you.
Done and Ordered this 11th day of
December. A. D. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
12/14-21-2$ 1/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 96055
RICHARD DeANGELO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DORIS LONGO DeANGELO.
Defendant.
TO: DORIS LONGO DeANGELO,
1293 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, New
York.
You are hW-eby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bin* of
complaint for divorce filed against ya
by RICHARD DeANGELO. on or he-
fore the 11th day of January. 1946.
otherwise the aHegntlons of said bill
will bo taken as confessed against
you.
Done and Ordesed this 11th day of
December. A. D. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Coert Seal)
MEYERS A WEITZMAN,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 96056
JOHN EDWARD ENGLE,
Plaintiff.
MARGRETT DUNHAM ENGLE.
Defendant.
TO: MARGRETT DUNHAM EN-
GLE, 4711 Grayton Road, Cleveland,
Ohio.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against you
by JOHN EDWARD ENGLE. on or
before the 11th day of January. 1946,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against yeu.
Done and Ordered this 11th day of
December. A. D. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Ceurt.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STAR LIQUOR STORE, at 1501 N. W.
Third Avenue, Miami, Florida, mtend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JENKINS K. COHEN
NORMAN KAHN
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant*. _
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PAGE SEVEN
Personally Speaking .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
of Montreal, and her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Weisman, and their
son, Asher, of Detroit. Miss
Brotrnan is leaving for Daytona
Beach where she will present
Alec Templeton, blind pianist,
lor the Business and Profes-
lional Women's club .
Miss Irene Stern left Wednes-
3ay to return to the University
Df South Carolina after spend-
^ig the holidays with her bro-
ither-in-law and sister, Mr. and
IMrs. Milton A. Friedman .
[ Miss Gertrude Appelbaum flew
I back to Cleveland after a short
[vacation with her brother and
Isister-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs.
I Saul Appelbaum Mrs. Rose
[Dubbin has returned to Miami
[after spending three months in
[Atlantic City Miss Lillian
[Brotrnan, 934 Meridian ave.,
[who recently arrived from Los
[ Angeles, is now a case worker
| with the Children's Home so-
ciety Col. Joshua A. Finkel
and his bride, the former Hazel
Davis of London, England, are
visiting the colonel's father,
Walter F. Finkel, of 735 S. W.
25th rd. Mrs. Finkel, a mem-
ber of WREN during the war,
arrived by Clipper last week.
The couple were married in
August. Col. Finkel, who re-
turned to the States shortly after
his marriage, participated in
the Normandy invasion and
was with the 82nd airborne di-
vision as ordnance officer. He
is now an instructor, member
of the staff and faculty at West
Point .
THE BABY PARADE
Last day of the year arrivals
were the daughter of the Mal-
DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS
announce! hl return from tervlce
ana opening of hie office for the
practice of dentistry at 715-17 Sey-
bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appoint-
ment.
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estlmatea Given
I. D. Gilbrecrth Point Co.
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
for Rest
Convalescence
wChronicCase.
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ealth Resort
IAMI W 'I --,'" -, 10'"COJPTHO'0
iOMMATTAII BREWING COMPANY
WtlllllKintBrtwwy
vin Englanders and the son of
the Julius I. Friedmans, who
were born Monday at St. Fran-
cis hospital Andrew Jon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Mar-
cus Greenfield, 2526 S. W. 24th
st., was born Dec. 21 .'. Stuart
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Reisman, 233 S. W. 11th ave.,
Dec. 14 in Jackson Memorial
hospital Mr. and Mrs.
Morry B. Morris announce the
birth of their daughter. Abbey
Jane Dennis Ray, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell
Berman, 3115 N. W. 24th ave.,
born Dec. 13.
WITH THE CLUBS
Junior Hadassah will meet
Thursday evening at the Beach
Y to make plans for its Feb. 3
carnival Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers was elected treasurer
of the National Association of
Women Lawyers when she at-
tended a recent conference of
the group in Cincinnati .
Royal Palm chapter, AZA, has
named BBG Sholem lodge
chapter its sister organization.
Miss Gloria Lichtenstein, who
is the sweetheart of Royal Palm
is the liaison officer between
the two groups The Miami
Beach Jewish Center Sister-
hood board of directors will
meet with their president, Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose, Monday .
Scheduled by the Ladies' aux-
iliary of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center are the fol-
lowing activities: Sunday, 2
p.m., annual lawn party and
membership drive at the home
of Mrs. Betty Manzar, 1519 Van
Burn; Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., regu-
lar meeting, and Wednesday,
8:30 p.m., Abe Gannes. execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will be guest
speaker at the Morse Arcade
clubrooms .
The Women's club of the
Workmen's Circle, Branch 692,
will have a cultural meeting
Thursday evening at 25 Wash-
ington ave. Regular meetings
are held the second and fourth
Thursdays of each month .
The Bialik Singing society,
sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will resume
its activities 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Temple Beth Sholom under the
direction of Mme. Lena Coen
BB WOMEN TO MEET
B'nai B'rith Women will meet
at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach
Y. A musical program will fol-
low the meeting.
Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Ma-
tilda Rosenthal were recently
elected to represent B'nai B'rith
Women on the Hillel Advisory
council for terms of two years
and one year, respectively.
of the University of Miami Mu-
sic school Newsman Jack
Kofoed will address a meeting
of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood
8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Dlstrlkat*. ky
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In
Life Drawing and Portrait Painting
Professional Models
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Division of Adult Education
Phone 4-0801
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Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
i "The Soulh'i Only Selixer Plant"
SIPHON SELTZER WATER
DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR
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IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE.
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027
DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
Osteopathic Physician 4 Surgeon
hat moved his office from
456 41st Street
to the
BOULEVARD HOTEL
Dade Blvd. & Meridian Ave., M. B.
'Guide' To Be Reviewed
A review of Milton Steinberg's
"A Partisan Guide to the Jewish
Problem," will be given Mrs. I.
M. Woinstein 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Miami Beach Elementary
school, Washington ave. and 14th
st.
The program is under the aus-
pices of the Jewish People's Fra-
ternal Order, Lodge No. 192.
Life Insurance Estate*
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907 Biacayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-99S1
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Under my plan beneficiaries
have received an increase from
present policies of more than
iwenly-eight per cent without
any additional premium out-
lay. Call or write:
H. A. BINDER
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PHONE 3 6924
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4 January 31
t THE LAST DAY
4
FOR MEN NOW IN THE ARMY TO
RETAIN THEIR PRESENT GRADES
BY REENLISTING ...
Men now in the Army who re-
enlist before February 1 will
be reenlisted in their present
grade. Men honorably dis-
charged can reenlist within 20
days after discharge in the
grade they held at the time of
discharge, provided they re-
enlist before February 1, 1946.
There's a long list of attractive
recnlistment privileges in the
new Armed Forces Voluntary
Recruitment Act of 1945. Tin1
ability to keep your present
grade is only one of them, hut
this privilege expires on
January 31.
There are plenty of other
reasons why many thousands
of men have enlisted, and more
thousands are enlisting every
day. You'll certainly want to
know all of the opportunities
open to you. If you'll read
them carefully, you'll know
why a job in the new peace-
time Regular Army is being
regarded today as "The Best
Job in the World."
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW
ENLISTMENT PROGRAM
1. Enlistments for 1 Vi, 2 or 3 yeors.
( 1-year enlistments perrmtt.d for mmtx
now in Army with 6 months' servic..)
2. Enlistment age from 17 to 34 ys.n
inclusive, except for men now in Army,
who may nsenlist at any age.
3. Men reenlisting retain present grades,
if they reenlist within 20 days after
discharge and before February 1, 1946.
4. The best pay scale, medical care,
food, quarters and clothing in Army
history.
5. An increase in the reenlistment
bonus to $50 for each year of active
service since such bonus was last paid,
or since last entry into service
6. Up to 90 days' paid furlough, de-
pending on length of service, with fur-
lough travel paid to horn, and return,
for men now in Army who enlist.
7. A 30-day furlough every year at full
pay
8. Mustering-out pay (based upon
length of service) to all men who ere
discharged to reenlist.
9. Option to retire at half pay for life
after 20 years' service increasing to
three-quarters pay after 30 years' ser-
vice. All previous active federal mili-
tary service counts toward retirement.
10. Benefits under the CI Bill of
Rights.
11. Family allowances for the term of
enlistment for dependents of men who
enlist before July 1, 1946.
12. Opportunity to learn on. or more
of 200 skills and trades.
13. Choice of branch of service and
overseas theater in th. Air, Ground or
Service Forces on 3-year enlistments.
PAY PER MONTH- Sfortlsa fas. fay MONTHLY IfTIBIMINT
ENLISTED MEN INCOMI AFrH:
Per 20 rears' 30 reors'
ll Aidriioa te Fata, leerm., Master Sergeant Service Service
CMkM is*! Mattel Carl or First Sergeant 138.00 89.70 155.25
* Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 128.25
(a)Plus 20% Increase for Staff Sergeant 96.00 62.40 108.00
Service Overseas, (b)Plus Sergeant .... 78.00 50.70 87.75
50% if Member of Flying Corporal 66.00 42.90 74.25
Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c) Plus 5% Increase in Pay Private First Class 54.00 35.10 60.75
for Each 3 Years of Service. Private .... 50.00 32.50 56.25
SEE THE JOB THROUGH
U. S. ARMY
BE A
"GUARDIAN OF VICTORY"
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Thousands were taken u,t0 cu.
Lxiy, including some Arah
bringing the number of personi
questioned since last Thursday
outbreak up to 15,000. 3i
A reliable informant said that
none were members of tj,(. stem
gang, which has been reported
responsible for last week's riots
Meanwhile, shops along Jaff-
road that were damaged in \C.
bombing are being repaired and
traffic has been resumed around
the bombed police headquarters
Restoration of communications
and electricity is being made, al-
though a great part of the capital
is still blacked out.
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Phone 2-7439
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
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