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The Jewish Floridian ( January 11, 1946 )

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Community Chest Launches Countywide Drive Jnder the sign of the Red jither, more than 2,000 volunr workers start out Monday irard the goal of $810,971 in the st far-reaching Community est campaign ever organized More volunteers have been recruited, more potential contributor* will be contacted, and the goal is hafiher than in any preious campaign. Kneral Chairman Stanley C. Ks said the enthusiasm with Kh the organization was begun My months ago has brought the campaign to the formal openin* far ahead of any other year. 'Success is assured, Myers said, Hhe pace is maintained through the remaining three weeks. The goal of the campaign represents the minimum needed for the support of 23 local agencies of family and child care, health and recreation services, as well as 19 agencies of the National War Fund. Higher this year by $175,000, it will help meet the mounting demands for these services as the community grows and faces problems resulting from overcrowded conditions, lack of facilities, and the return of thousands of veterans. The Red Feather is the symbol of the Chest this year, standing for courage and community pride in a vital job well done. Among the outstanding leaders in the campaign is Sam Blank, chairman of the Commercial division, which has one of the most important jobs in the entire organization. Under Mr. Blank's direction, several hundred key workers are soliciting gifts from both employers and employees in large commercial firms. Abe Allenberg heads the Miami Beach Hotel division, which accepted the largest increase of any division. Raising $13,000 last year, the division voluntarily set its sights on $30,000 and Allenberg said he was confident the goal would be exceeded. The Miami Beach Apartment House division is headed by Mortimer Raskin, treasurer of the Miami Beach Apartment House association. Raskin has organized a detailed campaign that will give more thorough coverage than ever before. Key workers in the Public Service division, under the chairmanship of Sam Youngblood. include Joseph Lipton, chairman of the Real Estate, Investment and allied groups, and Leo Ackerman, directing solicitation among insurance companies. The Retail Merchants division opens the campaign with a flying start, having already raised more than half its quota. Sam Bass, in charge of the Jewelers division, has obtained more than 100 per cent increases from has group. liB\viislUEIIiOipidliiaup rOLUME 19—NUMBER 2 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS 783,100—Combined Jewish Appeal Goal SENATE LEADER IT STATE MEET ISenator Alben W. Barkley of entucky, majority leader of the mate, will be one of the diapguished speakers who will adess the extraordinary Florida -ate conference of the United Wish Appeal Sunday, Jan. 20. ICapt. Robert Gamzon of Paris, ader of the Jewish Maquis of france, will also speak. The Eaquis are credited with underFound activities that were sponsible for the rescue of 50,_0 Jews from Nazi deportation. [Also scheduled to address the bnference are Major Judah NaIch, former European adviser on ewish affairs to Gen. Eisenpwer; Leo Herrmann of Jerusam. secretary general of the Paltine Foundation Fund, and RabJames G. Heller, national iairman of UJA. [The conference sessions will fcgin at 10 a. m. at the Latin kiarter. There will be a lunchMi session at 12:30 p. m. and an fternoon session which will exind until 4:30 p. m. The conEuding session will be held in the prm of a mass meeting at Temple rael at 8 p. m. CJA DIVISIONS MEET Organisational meetings of the Women's Special Gifts division and the Trades divisions chairmen for the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal will be held Tuesday. The women will meet at a tea at the home of Mrs. Sam Lavine. 6301 Pine Tree dr.. at 2 pan. Trades divisions chairmen will meet at the Sunshine room of the Ingraham bldg. at 3 pan. Clothing Necessary To Halt Epidemic Clothing is vitally necessary to combat epidemics in Europe, China and the Philippines, according to cabled advices from relief workers in all liberated areas, Mrs. Muriel Hirsch. local chairman of the Victory Clothing Collection, declared today. The nation-wide clothing drive for overseas relief is being conducted on behalf of UNRRA from Jan. 7 to 31. President Truman said the campaign is imperative and called upon Henry J. Kaiser, West Coast industrialist, to be its national chairman. Cities, the reports state, have been suffering serious epidemics of pulmonary tuberculosis, bacil(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) ['Reign of Terror' In Poland r erified By Eisenhower Aide "The existence of an organized reign of terror inside Poland Jiat is driving Jews from that country is a fact, not fiction," Major Sudan Nadich, Senior Jewish Chaplain and former special adVisor on Jewish affairs to General Eisenhower told 300 delegates attending the Southeast Regional conference of the Joint Distribution committee in Birmingham last week. Major Nadich, who returned from Germany a month ago, rid that in Munich he had interrogated five Polish youths who O had all killed Jews in Poland on IORGAN DISMISSED A campaign goal of atomic proportions—$783,100—was des- ignated by the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish' Federation at a meeting last Thursday evening. The budget I committee had originally recommended a goal of $532,200 for | the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal, but the total was raised following a reguest by Sholem Suntup, assistant field director of the United Jewish Appeal, central agency for overseas relief fund-raising. Major beneficiary of the local campaign, UJA was voted an allocation of $500,000 by the board. Suntup had asked Miami Jewry for a grant of $700,000. This year's campaign goal is the largest ever set and attempted in the history of any Jewish community in Florida. It ranks with the goals of larger Jewish communities throughout the country who are likewise doubling federated campaign efforts in this emergency year. The local goal last year, $305,000, was oversubscribed by approximately $61,000. This year, contributions are expected from about 6,000 people through solicitation by some 800 campaign workers, according to Wra. D. Singer, campaign chairman. Scheduled to extend from Feb. 24 through March 6, the Combined Jewish Appeal has been organized into divisions. This year for the first time a special women's division has been set up and the women have accepted a $100,000 quota. Forty trades divisions, a Beach division, a Town division and other special campaign sections are being formed as part of the pre-campaign activity. ALLOCATIONS TO LOCAL SERVICES Of the $783,100 total, 15.4 per cent has been allocated to the following local services: YM & YWHA of Miami, $21,487; YM & WHA of Miami Beach, $19,121.50; Jewish Home for the Aged (Reserve), $15,000; Bureau of Jewish Education, $12,855; Army-Navy Committee, $6,075. Florida Hillel Committee, $2,550; National Council of Jewish Women (Reserve), $2,000; Council of Social Agencies, $250; Reserve for operation of local agencies, $25,000; Greater Miami Federation (Administration), $16,085. Total allocation to these local agencies is $120,423.50. Requests by the Miami Y for an additional $4,000 and by the Florida Hillel Committee for an additional $1,200 were turned down by the board of directors but further reconsiderations may be asked from the budget committee. Several other organizations asked for increased allocations at the meeting, but time did not allow for consideration of their requests. OVERSEAS RELIEF AND REHABILITATION Including the UJA allocation, $525,750 was allocated to overseas relief and reconstruction. Agencies in this classification are: Hadassah, $8,550; National Labor Committee for Palestine, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) PALESTINE CAN LONDON, (JTA)—The regional office of UNRRA here announced ^his week that Lieut. Gen. Sir Prederick Morgan has been disnissed as chief of UNRRA operations in Germany because of his Statement, here and in Washingtion of Jews from Poland. Earlier, UNRRA had Issued a Btatemetn. here and in WashingIon, disassociating the agency irom the views expressed by Gen. IMorgan and disclosing that his Resignation, had hean requested. ^ie announcement of h& dlafilaial follqwe J ^* --'">tti of demand tl a. instructions from a secret terroristic organization. "One youth boasted that he had killed three Jews, instead of one as instructed." Major Nadich was sharp in his criticism of statements by Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, discharged UNRRA chief for the British zone of Germany who said last Wednesday that the Jews coming out of Poland were "well fed" and "rosy-cheeked, and were identified with a plot involving their mass migration to Palestine. Stanley C. Myers wu sleeted vice chairman of th JDC Southtait Ration txtcutive committee and Ma* Oroviti (Q0NTINUI* ON FAQ! I) WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Robert Nathan, who, last Spring, conducted an economic survey in Palestine for the American Palestine Institute, told the AngloAmerican inquiry committee that there was now a shortage of manpower in Palestine and 100..000 immigrants could be absorbed almost immediately without any economic difficulty. He also estimated that the absorptive capacity of Palestine would permit the immigration within the next ten years of a minimum of 615,000 and a conservatice maximum om 1.125,000 immigrants. Nathan delivered a blistering attack on the Palestine Government for its negative and ineffective measures in regard to immigration. He said that any development of the country's real potential would require a positive and imaginative government policy. The role of the Palestine Government, he said would be the most vital single determinant in the country's future. On the basis of his study in Palestine, Nathan told the committee that the Arabs had benefited from Jewish immigration in the following ways: 1. The life expectancy of Moslems had increased; 2. While the Arab birth rates remained high the infant mortality had dropped; 3. The better Arab health conditions were shown to be correlated with Arab proximity to Jewish settlements; 4. Arabs had benefited by being employed by the Jewish chemical and industrial plants and by Jewish citrus growers; 5, Arabs had (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Jewish Hospital Planned For Miami Plans for the erection of a Jew-1 ish hospital in Greater Miami were formulated by a temoorary | citizens committee which met at the home of Abraham Goodman last week. Max Orovitz was named temporary chairman. Long felt need for such a hospital prompted the meeting. A minimum of 800 additional hospital beds are needed in Dade county, according to a recent study made by Dr. I. Neergard. At the meeting, the outstanding role of Jews in medical research was brought out. As planned by the committee. the hospital will be naaaeetaria,*. wd win bt. th Jt *ity's contribution to the health and welfare of all Dade county citizens. A by-laws committee and a committee to obtain a charter were appointed. Among those attending the meeting were Mrs. Max Dobrin, who was appointed temporary secretary, and Sam Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Mitchell Wolfson, Monte Selig, Alex Van Straaten, Dr. Morris Goodman, Carl Weinkle, Wm. D. Singer, J. Gerald Lewis, Henry D. Williams. Abraham Goodman, A. A. Ungar, Stanley C. Myers, Baron da hinch MeytT and Samutl FriedMM. HADASSAH TO MEET AT BEACH MONDAY Senior Hadassah will hold a regular meeting at 2 p.m. Monday afternoon at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president, announces. To aid Hadassah's campaign to redeem 5,000 dunams of land for returning soldiers in Palestine, the local chapter is filling the Jewish National fund blue boxes, Mrs. Samuel S&piro \* JNJ* chairmen.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY U, •' %  ;•; fzAAonaibj. fyeo&nf THEY WWI TO HAVANA / — A K 5-"^ .; • ::''-':^-%V-.:! %  '-'.'';* = : .V. = THE BABYPABADC = Rubin Marries Last Day oi : 4 PAUL WEITZMAN, BRinp HONEYMOON IN CUBA Paul Weitzman and the form.. Gertrude Sch ,'^i a united in mi vat ceremony foi relative* 1*1 friends at the home I! i old Turk Sund '•' %  scheloff bride, who and Mow *•' %  h< ,<{" %  Mrs. Lei Remains In y __: jyj er Wedding is Ne York 1 r r.L;..:_::: MSS MAZER PLANS ... i %  i. -. I •. %  '. University Students Announce Betrothal University of • B n Winston and •.. be me ennent of th .. and Mrs. : k. Ill I Mi and i Hals, Wii • • All : %  %  El n lv ai r 1 i I n Phi 1 ^ H '.' 5010 N W. Recent 10 EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION 3 -. CONTROLLED CARS BETTER 3E SAFE THAN BY" 292C Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 %  I The Diiae. WI* discharged from the WAC uitp. serving in Buropi ergem was given away by Mr. „nd MR Turk and attend* Shirley Schwartz, „ 1( j '. honor, Harry W( ti was K brother's best man. The groor also attended by Mr. and M Joseph Bienm r. Addle Hochman sang. a • %  ^ ^ Mrs. I. L. Fishbein at the piano Following a rea pt • dinu dinnei T^ hotel. The couple left foi a honev. union in Cuba. Mr. Weltzman, a local attorney is a trustee of th< B'nai B'nth lodee and active in other civic affairs Thi coucii will live at 1207 Meridian ave To Review White Tower James Ramsey W. selling novel The Wl will lx' reviewed by Mrs l. y Weinstein for the Women's division, American Jewish Congress, today at 1:30 at the M imi Beach Jewish Center. Foi infi ut the AJC Friday Review S ; Mvs M x Meisel at 5-7253. oi tei dc M Y< M Fr be N< oL ax la Pt h of : SB "'1 EMBARRASSING HAIR BMUSHED FQREVZH from '-rce, arms ar.H !?gg SAFELY PA : NLESSLY mi witi a rartbeJ it nod". •r % %  Ridir. Now within i r.-i-i. Fret ll i. IRENE GOODMAN n* Lamia r.i. n %  %  on LINCOLN AIK \l>: ... Lpscr. %  ••... give : siewe: ~. -.--; v.: ''.--I Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers -:: --; Z---:.:: =.


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)AY. JANUARY 11. 1946 *• Jen 1st Heridtoin PAGE THREE rsonally Speaking ^CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) [T-OF-TOWNINGS r. Jacob H. Kaplan is spendthe week end in Jacksonwhere he will install Rabbi rid H. Ravitz, new director le Jewish Community Cen. A. M. Bear left Wednesfor New York city Bud Freeman leit for New after visiting her parents, md Mrs. Leon Elkin. Mrs. lan's husband is a mem>f Eddie Condon's band in York Herbert U. Feibitn will attend the second lal conference of the AmerCouncil for Judaism in Jadelphia Jan. 19 and 20 as jlegate of the South Florida Dter. On Jan. 21 he will ^nd the regional conference ie Union of American HeCongregations in Atlanta Murray Miller flew to MemSaturday to attend SouthState Optometry college. IE" SAY r. and Mrs. S. M. Fields of Jicago are visiting Mr. and s. Max Hoffman, 318 21st st. I. Fields is Mrs. Hoffman's >ther Miss Estelle Harriot West New York, N. J.. a house guest of the Max rks the week of the Orange v\ festivities Dj;. Abram :har and his family arrived ssday at their Miami Beach le, 6050 N. Bay rd. s. Joe Goldstein, past presiH of the Fifth district of B'nai |lth Women, is visiting her ^ther-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Chertkof, from Galax, I. Mrs. Chertkof was hostess la luncheori^yn honor of her sr this week Mr. and I. Philip Shlansky of New York are spending a month at th Sea Isle hotel. While here thy are visiting Mrs. Shlansbrother-in-law and sister. "The South's Only Seltzer PlantMr. and Mrs. M. P. Reiner Sgt. Martin J. Spilka, sonin-law of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, arrived in Tacoma, Wash., Monday after service in the Pacific. He will be discharged at Camp Blanding. Mrs. David Banov of Wheeling, W. Va., has arrived at the Hotel Plaza and will spend the winter there William Goldstein of Parkersburg, W. Va., is stopping at the Sands hotel Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stern of Canton, Ohio, are at the Boulevard hotel Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Borowsky of New York are spending a month at Miami Beach. Mr. Borowsky is a prominent Jewish educator and Zionist and his wife is active in Hadassah Joseph Wilner of Washington, D. C, is vacationing at Hollywood He is a member of the national commission of the Anti-Defamation league Sholom Asch, noted Jewish writer, is a guest in Palm Beach ... Dr. Michael Smith has resumed his medical practice in Palm Beach after serving in the Pacific for several years ... Dr. Barney Blieber, Army dental corps, recently visited his wife and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blieber, in Palm Beach. Mrs. I. C. Levy of Chicago IPHON ILTZER ATER )elivered Jo Your Door One or Two Gentlemen Lovely Room in Apartment MRS. J. FINKLESTEIN 2765 N. W. 17th Terrace We Cater to All Parties fod Health SIPHON-Seltzer good to the last drop. Exllent flavor. Highly carbofcted. 10c Per Bottle IBURAK BOTTLING CO. N. W. 41h Ave. Ph. 3-1536 r-710S.W.12thAV.MIAMr-| \—TEL 3343f_J YOUR JEWISH : UNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly futnuhtd on Aeouest ERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish '%+ HOUR JOS. L. PLUMMER Heights, 111., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Miller, 1781 S. W. 23rd st. Recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt were their brothers-inlaw, Aaron Hendler and Dr Samuel Birenbach of New York. Dr. Birenbach, formerly a lieutenant colonel in the Army, is professor of dental surgery at Columbia university Albert Eskenazi spent a holiday leave from the Jacksonville Naval base with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi AJbe Gannes returned last week from New York where he attended a conference of executives of Bureaus of Jewish Education and the National Council of Jewish Education Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild returned from New York Monday with their daughter, Shirley, and son, Martin. They were also accompanied by Mr. Rothschild's sister. Mrs. Lilliam Golditch, who is their house guest. WITH THE CLUBS Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Silver will present $50 to the Pioneer Women's Organization, Club No. 1, at their next meeting. The money was donated at the Pidyen Haben of their son. Warren Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will review Milton Steinberg's UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Irvin Bernstein whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein; brother, Norma, and sister, Mrs. Rosalie Edwards, live at 1560 Michigan ave.. will be held 2 p. m. Sunday at Mr. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. Gordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are invited. "A Partisan Guide to the Jewish Problem" 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Spinoza forum The Miami Service league will meet at the Town Y 8:15 p.m. Monday. Sit by YOUR Fireside All that's left of their hearth and home is what you see in this picture. Among the things they desperately need to start a new life is clothing. What can you spare that they can wear? Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems negligible, bear this in mind: Every garment you give means one more human being saved from cold or sickness or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today dig out all the clothing you can spare ... take it to your local collection depot now. What YOU Can Do! f C together all the clothing you can spare. 2 Take it to your local collection depot immediately. /if Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY £ V overcoote V ihoet V twearere 1 V topcoat* V dreisee V robes C V luitt V ikirti V ondt rwoar E V jacket* V glovei V pajamas \ ponls \ cape V bedding The more you do the better you'll feel i J VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief JjM7*>3f HENRY J. KAISER National Chairman ,Tbis advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection. and is sbonsored bv MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE CO. 1st National Bank Bldg. Miami Jackie's Fine Food Restaurant 134 23rd St. Miami Beach E. DIAMOND & SON Wholesale Novelties 513 N. Miami Ave. Miami A. F. GIVEN. Accountant Congress Bldg. Miami Stylecraft Bag Manufacturers 1320 N. Miami Ave. Miami Grand National Importers Wholesale Liquors 309 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami RENDALE HOTEL 3120 Collins Ave. Miami Beach TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING Co. 2465 S. W. 8th St. Miami Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach TUDOR HOTEL 1111 Collins Ave. Miami Beach LA VIGNE ELECTRIC CO. 176 N. E. 20th St. Miami RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Rd. Miami Gordon's Women's Apparel DuPont Building Miami G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. 1st St. Miami COMMERCIAL STANDARD INSURANCE CO. 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch



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rftftAV, JANUARY n. J 'A3 FC7?. ^"^ "— ~~~ 0 A g\ _% %  %  %  I ,MhSuri^^ • ... %  %  ing future plans would dr> ,. 1 a wl -7==7T Location of J.wi.h PopuUtlon provlde for a £*£>£& Sy?-T7A SOWM H LA a Survey Benefits Local Planning Location of Jewish Population MIAMI Coconut .. Miami • s. lion • %  -" ,n • section • uon 60% 2.0% 14.0% 25.0% 53.0% — >A r~ "V" • %  % %  I they ; %  -• .• %  100.0% G r( ater Miami to balance of their e not brought their them On the other I .: up of young I | yet had time p families comparable far ?' ly ,u a % %  factor* tb4J u f !" i J !" average local um. ... • erally with : the L. b. latest figures indicate that organizations m>i ing future plans would do Si to provide for a much u' 1 community. re OCCUPATION DISTRIBUTlOg Jews have often bom accuw of monopolizing a few ou_. tions. The professional field m. pecially, is frequently describe as being dominated bv the Jew^i People. Information gleaned W the survey disproves these *• cusations. The report shows "thj;i the Jewish population of MSI and Miami Beach represents cross section of almost every tyj of occupation found in an urbj,. community. Jews in Greater Mi J ami do a great deal more thai just run apartment houses ancl hotels. They also occupy posj.1 tions in practically all the indus-| tries, trades and professions. The occupational distribution! of Jews is highest among apart.I ment owners and managers, b| telmen, clerical workers, stenoj[ raphers, secretaries, attorneys I fruU and vegetable produce mra.1 real estate, restaurants, doctonl : f i --"! — %  : \ :': %  :-. Yean • .•-.... %  • • : *.' %  • :.-• • '. '. -. "." • %  %  Sl-41 Yean 41-M Yean -; %  %  %  %  • — : %  Jan%  %  DISTRIBUTION BY AGE MIAMI MIAMI BEACH Years • irs Y 6i-7 Yean I vei No. 1.647 1,940 2.042 2,417 2,273 1,537 893 329 12.58 14.83 15.61 18.50 17.39 11.76 6.81 252 No. 1.784 2.374 2.305 2.957 3.013 2.278 1.180 356 % 10.97 14.63 14.18 18.22 18.54 14.02 7.25 2.19 TOTAL No. 3.431 4.314 4.347 5,374 5,286 3.815 2,073 685 11.70 14.72 14.82 18.34 18.03 13.01 7.05 2.33 13,078 100.00 16.247 100.00 29,325 100.00 r.-.-iSi.'. :.:;'' =4 Vi--% %  -• : :"• b Yea: -. 6J : : %  :-. %  :; :•: %  : _-. M.:~. fi_ .' 5 .-2 %  -." -"-" c : — Dr I ... • •_ ... ... ..t %  • ~~-_ -. %  ^.;:._i TOOT r. z i. -:: "TCTAI?:: rcixs :: wn %  n£ TC. A— .-.. -r— -. ..._. ...... I -.'-'l'.'H44 G: %  j : ~ .sz : \S : -. -.!. :,: %  w that there are) luals in the average' hite population 1 South, the median is 3.41 luals LENGTH OF RESIDENCE The Jewish community got an' start in this area. Miami offi Uy incorporated in rear survey canvas%  .'. people who had in Greatei Miami for 50 j but out of the 1 : p ..-.. P. of 29,325, there | were only 1,278 individuals, or 4i : t, '.%-.". 1 had lived in the .;• ::. >re than 20 years. I greatest percentage 115.64) %  I h< re less than five "For Jhe community as a whole the model length of residence is fire years." the survey notes. "For Miami Beach the rr.odel length of residence is one to two years, while, in Miami the model residence is three to four years. In its summary, the survey %  • d< lares: "These figures extremely rapidlv cles Ule mmunitr is growing and icon and allied professions. But the! Jews of Greater Miami also haveI their share of auto mechanics,! bakers, barbers, carpenters, en-l gineers, fish dealers, government! and war workers, truck drivers,! lumber workers, machinists,! painters, plumbers, taxi drivers.1 etc. "Tha Jewish residents in greater Miami are engaged in •very conceivable type of oc cupaiion." the surrey asstrti "There as no stratification 0! occupational interest. As Of economic opportunities devilope, Jews find themselves, just as other members of the COB | munity do, involved in the" new enterprises. There ar* n: fields thai are exclusively Jewish, nor are there fields that are exclusively non-Jewish. JEWS AND THE WAR "Jews from the Greater Maitl area, as elsewhere in the country! have done considerably monl than their fair share in the"! effort," the survey reports, "wn-l trary to false impressions creawl by anti-semitic propaganda agen-l Jews have been in t (CONTINUED ON P*OE 5) -:: 7*: iT*.::-i-; i rri: a—i.; :; t : EM m ; % :.T —12 .T TT:-"--=: : %  %  :. %  *a_sc ^at f.iC-_T "_ : -': J ; I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIZE OF FAMILIES MIAMI Total Families Percent Individuals 421 1004 421 1.119 26.70 2,238 1,069 25 53 3,207 1.032 2462 4,128 333 7.96 1,665 133 317 798 32 1.26 364 22 .54 176 09 .18 81 _____ ___—4.190 100.00 13,078 MIAM BEACH Total Families Percent Individuals 522 947 522 1.689 30.68 3,378 1.593 28.92 4.779 1.193 21.69 4,772 345 6 26 1.725 84 1.53 504 57 1.05 399 21 .40 168 Percent 3.22 17.11 2432 31.56 12.73 6.10 2.79 1.35 100.00 Percent 3.22 20.79 29-41 2938 10.62 3.10 2.45 1.03 100.00 16,247 TOTAL GREATER MIAMI Total Percent Individuals 9.73 943 2897 5,616 27.45 7,966 22.95 8.900 7.00 3,390 2.24 1.302 1.13 763 44 344 .09 81 100.00 29,325 100.00 Percent 322 19.15 2723 3035 11.56 444 2.60 117 .28 100.00



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£>AY. JANUARY il. 1§46 +Je*)shfhrklter} PAGE FIVE iTEII TO HEAD Joseph R. Stein r one of the asciates of the Southern Liquor mpany, has been appointed —.lairman of the Initial Gifts division of the 1946 Combined Jew$783,100 Goal Set by CJA JOSEPH R. STEIN *h Appeal, it was announced tofay by Wra. D. Singer, campaign hairman. The Initial Gifts division this tear will be counted on to lead Jhe way in securing the large fcum of money necessary to meet lis year's campaign goal of $738,100. In accepting his appointment .s Chairman of this Division, Mr. 3tein said, "We cannot do anything for the 5,700,000 of our fellow Jews who have died, but we can do something for the 1,250,000 Btill living in hunger, poverty, nisery and homelessness in Europe." bince his arrival from Jacksonville in 1936, Stein has been associated with a number of comnunal welfare agencies, is active i the board of the Miami Y and a trustee of Temple Israel. In Edition to his Jewish interests, Itein for four years was chair an of the State Racing commjs>n, the only Jewish man to be j honored. [A vice-president of the Greater liami Jewish Federation, he has br many years been an active wnpaigner in Federation drives. His wife, Elsie, is active in numerous Jewish organizations in this city. They have one daughter, Mrs. Lewis Gorfine, and one •on, Marshall, who is now attending New York Military acad emy. JEWISH SURVEY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) forefront of the danger points. For example, out of 1,664 men in he Army alone, 410 have been in he infantry and 494 have been i the air corps, the two reputedly lost dangerous branches of the Army. Substantial numbers of Jews have suffered casualties, have been prisoners, etc. This ipart of the Survey discloses the 'same type of information that similar surveys have shown in I other parts of the country, that [Jews in this war, as in other wars, [have always done more than their I share." The survey estimates that a total of 2,425 local Jewish men (and women have served in the armed forces. This number was computed on the basis of the cards returned from the sampling of the population. The War Rec[ ords committee of the Greater Miami Army-Navy committee of the National Jewish Welfare board has compiled a list of the actual names of 1,777 men and 42 women from Greater Miami who have served during the war. However, the War Records committee is still working to gather a complete list of local Jewish servicemen and women. Of the total 1,819 names listed by the War Records committee, 52 are reported killed in action, 5 missing, 7 prisoners of war and 48 wounded. Computed on the basis of the total Jewish population and a total estimated number of men and women in the armed forces, the survey committee found that 8.3 percent of the Jewish residents in this area have served during the war. (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) $4,000; American Ort Federation, $2,250; Pioneer Women's Organization, $2,250; Hebrew Sheltering & Immigrant Aid Society, $2,100. Vaad Leumi, $1,500; American Friends of the Hebrew University, $1,500; American Fund for Palestinian Institution, $1,000; Icor, $1,000; Vaac Hahatzala. $1,000; Jewish Telegraphic Agency, $500; Ezras Torah, $100. Agencies under the civic-protective classification were promised $10,750, divided as follows: Joint Defense Appeal, $6,500; American Jewish Congress, $2,500; Jewish Labor Committee, $1,000; American Jewish Conference, $700; Conference on Jewish relations, $500. NATIONAL SERVICE AGENCIES National Service agencies will receive $5,785, as follows: National Jewish Welfare Board, $4,000; Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, $1,575; American Association for Jewish Education, $250; Jewish Occ upational Council, $50. EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL FIELD A total of $4,275 was allocated to agencies in the educational and cultural field: Jewish Theological Seminary, $750; Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological and Yeshiva College, $750; B'nai B'rith Wider Scope, $500; Jewish Institute of Religion, $350; Yeshiva Tora Vodaath and Mesifta, $250; Hebrew Theological College, Chicago, $200; Hebrew Union College, $200. Dropsie College, $150; Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, $125; Yiddish Scientific Institute, $100; Lubavitch Yeshivoth, $100; Rabbi Israel Maer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary, $100; Histadruth Ivrith, $75; Ner Israel Rabbinical College, $75; American Academy for Jewish Research, $50; American Biblical Encyclopedia Society, $50; Gradute Faculty of Pol. & Social Science, $50; Jewish Chautaqua Society, $50. Jewish Information Bureau, $50; Jewish Statistical Bureau, $50; Jewish Teachers Seminary, $50; Rabbi Jacob Joseph School and Mesifta, $50; Rabbi Solomon Huger Yeshiva, $50; Rabbinical College of Telshe, $50; Tifereth Jerusalem and Mesifta, $50. HEALTH AND WELFARE AGENCIES In the health and welfare field $700 was allocated as follows: Leo N. Levi Hospital, $400; National Farm School, $100; Jewish Consumptives and Ex-Patients Relief Society, $100; Jewish Publications Society, $50; Jewish Braille Institute, $50. For campaign expenditures, $32,584 has been set aside and reserves for contingencies and collection losses amount to $82,742.50. Discussing the action of Federation, Sam Blank, member of the campaign cabinet, said, "I feel, in light of things overseas and the terrible conditions there, that we must raise the goal set by our 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. I feel sure that the Jewish community of Miami will respond liberally in this emergency situation." Another member of the cabinet, Monte Selig, declared, "I think that the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami will be significant in leading the way for communities throughout the country. We have a large Jewish community and I believe we will go over the top in reaching our goal so vital for overseas relief." "The top givers have always met their responsibility in our campaigns and I am sure they will meet their responsibility in our goal of $783,100 for the 1946 campaign as they have in the past," said Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the Initial Gifts division. Stein said that this year's giving would not be considered a basis for giving in future years. At the board meeting, announcement was made of the general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to be held in Detroit Feb. 8-11. Max Orovitz, Federation president, will appoint four Miamians to attend the conference. An application for membership by the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organization was accepted, as was the resignation of Mrs. Etta Lavine from the board of directors. Mrs. Lavine resigned because she is now office manager of Federation. Humorist's Talk Set (or Sunday Have you heard the one about Mr. Goldstein and Mrs. Epstein? If you haven't, you probably will hear it when Irving Davidson, the OJewish "Ripley," waxes forth on Jewish wit and humor at Miami Beach Senior High school Sunday evening. Davidson's lecture is under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewith Cultural committee. A member of the New York bar, he lectured here several years ago. He is well-known for his articles and talks on Jewish historical oddities and is now completing a manuscripe on Jewish humor. Learn to Drire—Modern Way Army and Navy Inatructora Agency for Driven Llceneea And Auto Taga FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 EL COMODORO HOTEL SOLARIUM and HEALTH CENTER 8. W. 2nd AT*, and First St. SWEDISH MASSAGE SUN BATHS CABINET BATHS MEN WOMEN R. c. MCLAUGHLIN Juit Ask for Mc Formerly Dallas Park Phone 2-5578 SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 B*BBB NO WONDER it's good .... it s EHRET'S BEER FAMOUS FOR FINE FLAVOR SINCE 1866 ENJOY A BOTTLE OF EHRET'S BEER TODAY! DISTRIBUTOR ROBERT KNOBa—Wholesale Beer & Wine 2049 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla. Telephone 2-5824 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE and MIAMI BEACH LODGE cordially invites you to attend the JOINT INSTALLATION BANQUET AND DANCE at the TERRACE RESTAURANT 23rd Street and Collins Avenue Miami Beach JANUARY 20. 1946 — 6:00 P. M. $7.50 per Person Phone 3-6306 for R Or Mail the Attached Blank BANQUET COMMITTEE B'NAI B'RITH 330 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32. Fla. Please reserve ations plates at $7.50 per plate for me at the Joint Installation Banquet and Dance of Sholem Lodge and Miami Beach Lodge to be held January 20th, at Terrace Restaurant for which I am enclosing $ Name Address, (Make All Checks Payable to B'nai B'rith Banquet Committee) Indicate Choice: Chicken Fish___ (List Names of Party and Attach) m killMWi: :,:: %  ;.tiyafc^&iSHs? MsSSi



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. PAGE SIX +J&*istrkrite>!L FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, ] 94B • B nd Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2 : 11 5 %  < %  % % %  • %  > --' % %  t V&3S W£' omc • Acl ol Marco Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: I Year. $3.00; Sue Months, S-.oo. 2 Years. So.00. FRFD K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher .'A GROSSMAN, Ne ws Editor NUMB ida, Friday, January 11. 1946 S IEYAT 9, 5706 DON'T FORGET I of drives an paigns, we cannot forget me DadeCeuntv .-•,:-,,:, :y \ %  .,,. %  : %  .%  *: %  %  • :. --,: ^ e Chest wiU use.every dollar to ... ^ and eve] : 0 f us. By supporting the needs of the Ches s bettej the condition of the less tortunate. In so a< ... wo raise theu standard ol living This makes foi ;:ec ; e: %  _..,. government and a more decent place in which tc and when called upon. Tc youi share foi ihe Community Chest. A MAGNITUDiNOUS UNDERTAKING G .. Miami lewish Fedei [on directorB met last week, rhe purpose was to approve 1946 allocations organizations. Ihe total was to comprise the quota foi lorthcomincj campaic n st mentns oi deliberation lh >udg I committee recommended a goal ol 5532,200. Aftei recognizmg the n< oi overseas agei udget commite ... appropriauon as Miami's assistance to the majoi responsi... United Jew ish ectors beard a report from c represented oi the national SI DC XZ CDC drive to s deplorable status ol the need} overseas was aeBC % %  f factual r ici. rhe reaction ot community .ec^e:s:-..y is evident rhe desue was not :: but how much ol the burden w can assume a this critical yeca _:...-. i Combined Jewish Appeal Miami has aece a ha [-million dollai quota :c: the A as pan of its S78: ... ... toi ocal national and overseas agencies ... %  : di< .:. cast the moid poured. The Greatei Miami ev Ish community has come oi age It .s ..v It is ableits past v;;:;:::.: Il is pro this gigantic campaign which is mu< %  i Ke. Cre success ::: this drive as ;..: residents fully recognizing theii obligations will come .c the :::: ;th work and with funds. A COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION Cnicial announ( forma ion c: a citizens ospiial ..::; appears ; :-. F'.cr.dian A subject cr discuss plan has been bandiedl much : ... aiportance th< sec ::: .-. os slds ... c: this community will make c rich conation to *J arec •' %  •. •..-.; opening c: the proposed hospita Surveys and studies substar. sucr. : se the :dea projects sel: -..-._.• zs Jewish doctors are gver-incr easing, prcbLe:ns ie future ..;:... oi this committee We pled; .... rrcrs .:. ihis endecvoi MJOC Affiliates With Bureau oi Education AffiHat u • i th M i J< 1 ..-. :. %  : th %  %  Oth .... I %  %  %  C \ction %  %  %  ti %  RABBIS TO PRESENT PANEL DISCUSSION A • How' .. %  ..... A t %  n ; •Mrs. Monte Selig Appointed Women's Division Chairman Monte I ft ,-. I sion wl • immunity, Appeal will : ., Women I Gifts Selig will Anna Brenner • n. Mrs. S %  %  | nation oi tl I v. • %  A • sioo,L'nil Appeal thi Jewish %  %  %  lunil Seiig and Mrs. Matilda Ratner ducuu th Wm. D. Singer, campaign chairman. pulicy is evident in the records nf past campaigns. We have contributed, in'u large measure, to their success. Now we feel that the pressing needs are a challenge tn us, not simply as adjuncts to : men-folks, but as individuals, as women." Mrs. Selig made special mention of President Truman's declaration of the admission of Hii.OOO immigrants to the United States. "The adjustment of these immigrants to American life, their education for citizenship, their rehabilitation." she explains, "are but one of the many problems handled by the Combined Jewish Appeal, and one which is of keen interest to American Jewish women because of our intense otion to national ideals." About 50 of the outstanding women of Miami are being in1 to serve on the V, ial Gifts committee. Center To Be Host To Leadership Course -• : Home Group to Hold First Open Meeting t oi meeting of 1 ill be Agt "•'. nil be R portion i GROUP SEEKS TALENT FOR RAINBOW ROMP GANNES TO PRESENT LECTURE ON PALESTINE IN THE LIGHTER VEIN :. '• \' Cannes, tut. resents on v to relax e: ov tie a • % % %  : %  %  : %  meet ng oi the trict, 8 p.m. %  th< Miami J • A pi t miai i :.:::: crtiers I: does c ; • :-••the ... ... ....:::::•/•••: -;" ./ •••• Th< PubUc is tinj Tues• %  : to atout e most prec recommend A SUGGESTION • i r. %  ; ::: c^veaen^rtives who coast) ewjwonrence Orccnaed serenz] years 3 %  "-''I-' -'-' -^ K>mmumtie of Aaer.cc ba, te Nrtion^TsporTseen : 3 activate a much heiahiiexconA0 ^ and afanq fa newwdo^emen, would do ^, B4 ~ 9Kag RQGN OF TERROR' CCNTiNtED FROM PAQE 1, tteeat Jews le ef. Ameri. N said they %  Wl* in that A call for local talent has been by the Miami Hebrew and Junior Congregation, is planning an Annual bow Romp and Purim Frolic. Auditions for singers, ci and specialty numbers will be held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the • Y. A professional ing teacher and pianist will teach th routini -. The show will be writti I r< cted by Myron Nev t Peldan is chairman of the show. His committee includes Mrs E. Moss. Mrs. M. Ofsowitz. Mrs. H. Feldan. Mrs. M. Newman. Mr. .ind Mrs. M. Jacobskind and nd Mrs. N. Blumberg. who will have charge of decorations. v, costumes, music and locatii >n. Milton Wiener, assisted by J. Bierman, is chairman of the Journal committee. Mrs. E. L. Becker Mrs. S. Kostoff will direct publicity. F r further information about thi trvouts, call Mrs. Jacobskind at 2-7066 or Mrs. Blumben: at 3-0600. YOUTH TO ORGANIZE nization meeting of a lming People's league will be held at Temple Beth S: Wednesday evening at 7:30 o clock. Men and women of the ages 18 to 25 are eligible for membership. A Young Judaea rally for children aged 10 to 15 will be held in the Community building of Contion Beth Jacob Tuesday ng at 7 for the purpose of forming two vouth groups under idership of Judy Saal and m Felt. *-^~ PARTY TO BENEFIT RELIEF SOCIETY Mrs. Louis Rosenthal will be hostess at a man jongg and card party i n her home. 4519 Roval aim ave.. tomorrow night at 8 P m. Entire proceeds of the Party will be turned over to the ( %  l a ter Miami Jewish Cons-iniPtives' Relief society. Admission is one dollar. Refreshments will be served The Auxiliary of the Relief soOety will hold a board meeting ft "e home of Mrs. Alex Li bow. 16'6 James ave., 8 p. m. Tuesday. E^*f^%?;*".j^' '-


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11. 194G PJmUii fhrUknn PAGE SEVEN Beth David to Hold Double Installation A double installation of officers [of Beth David Sisterhood and the Inewly formed P.-T. A. will take place Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Jack August and Mrs. Edward Safer are now presidents of the \-i) organizations. Mrs. Joseph M. Fine will serve installing officer. Mrs. Alex Babel will be toastmistress. The Evocation will be delivered by [rs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Max Jiapiro will give the benediction. J The program, of which Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is chairman, irill include a reading of a dranatic version of a current Broadyay hit and will be presented by se Misses Barbara Frumkes. Terry F i s h m a n and Phyllis Schnall, students of Mrs. Norman Lyons. Cantor Abraham Friedman will ender musical selections and will accompanied at the piano by 4rs. J. Kameren. Mrs. Herman Jlepian is general chairman of rrangcments. rNTERMAN TO SPEAK )N TALMUD'S EFFECT Dr. I. Unterman will deliver a lecture on "The Effect of the Talmud on Jewish Nationalism" for the Bialik Branch, 290, Jewish .National Workers' alliance at the |Beach Y Monday at 8:30 p. m. At the executive meeting of the alliance a report of the New gear's eve affair was given. H. Serota and A. M. Droff were cophairman and Mrs. P. Rubin, Mrs. Vitter and Mrs. Sarah Produce vcre in charge of preparing the lood. ^olk Songs Featured The Bialik Singing society, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with Ihe Beach Y, meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Approximately 20 peo)le have joined the society which under the direction of Mme. .,ena Coen. A program of Hebrew, Yiddish id English folk songs is being prepared. Membership is still ppen. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase ave. at 41at it.. Miami Beach: Leon Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer. cantor. Liberal -HYlday evening services, 8:15 p.m. itji IJI>I Kronish win speak on "Freedom of Religion for Children." A social hour will follow with the Mesdames l* 1" Galnee, Irving Gordon ami Martin itoksiw aa hostesses. Babbath services, 10:48 a. in. Cantor Kelemer win render the musical portions of nil services. Worshippers are urged lo com.early anil mediate I" the Temple duriiiK the 16 minute organ prelude which precede! each service. Religious school. Sunday morning, io a. m. Hebrew school, weekday afternoons, 3:4."> p. m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave.: Max Shapiro, rabbi; A. S. Friedman, cantor. Conservative— Late Friday evening services, B:1S l). m. Itnhlil Shapiro and Cantor Friedman, assisted bv the Choir, win officiate. Community Chesl Bnbbath win he observed In view of the campaign. Stanley C. Myers, general campaign chairman. will he guest speaker. His suh.leet Is "In Search of Myself.' The opening and closing prayers and a few words of greeting win be given by representatives of the HZH chapter oi B'nal B'rith, Sabbath services, 8:30 a. ill. and student services, 10:30 a. in. Bar Mitsvah breakfast club for boys and Kills. Sunday morning. 8:80, This Sunday Mr. anil Mrs. Harry Simons will be hosts and Abe P. Cannes, executive director of the llureau of Jewish Kilucatlon. will he guest, Last Saturday morning. Rev. (Caiman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Shapiro, spoke during the services on "A Correct Approach.' TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St. Saul Appelbaum. rabbi. Reform— Friday evening services, S:l."i p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will deliver the first of three sermons on great texts from the Hlhle. I. The Psalms, chapter S3, "The Lord Is My STiepherd." BlWl It'rith Girls will participate In the service on the subject 'Jewish Youth In the World of Tomorrow." Anita Malimnl will recite a prayer and IV>le.ii Kaler and Rita JO Quarter will bless and light the candles. Other I'.I'.C girls who will take part are Oorothv Golden, Carol Aronovlta, Natalie l.evlne and Harhara Uoyell. At the reception in Kaplan hall following the services, the Mesdames Henjamln Landau, Malvln I,lrhtcr and Adolph Wcrthelmer and members of P.P.O will be hostesses, Saturday morning services, n a.m. Sunday school, io u.m. till noon. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Irving Lehrman. rabbi. Emanuel Barkan, cantor. Conservative—Friday evening services, 6:18 p.m. Uite Friday evenine services 1:1.* pin Iuls Nlzer. author of "What to Do With C.erinanv," will be guest speaker. His subject will be "Cnltlng the Adams or Splitting the Atoms." Cantor Barkan will chant the services, assisted by the Center Choir under the direction of Joseph Sohrelbman, musical director. Sabbath morning services. 9 a.m. The liar Mlizvas of Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Witt, and Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Furmnn, will be celebrated. Rabbi Lehrman will speak on the "Weakly Portion of the Law." Junior congregation Saturday. 10 a.m. Saturday evening, Mincha at '> p.m.. followed bv Bhaloa Budoa and uaariv. .\z.\liin; Bar Mlttva breakfast Sunday. 9 a in Judge Harold Bjpaet, acting president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, will J>e guest speaker. Youth council activities every Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening. Arts and crafts, Wednesday afternoons, Junior Youth council dance for the 7th, 8th and 9th grades Saturday, S:16 p.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th ave.; Rev. Maurice Mamches, cantor. Orthodox— Friday evening services. 5:46 p, in. Late Friday evening services. S:l", p. 111. Rev. Mamches will conduct the services and lead the OOmmunal singing. Adult Saturday morning services. :• a. m. irwin Moore will become Bar Mlttva. Junior congregation. In a in. at Schaarel /.ed.k Shalos SudOB, 5:J0 P. m. Dally sei vices, v p, in. and r,:3!i p. m. Hebrew school, 4-7 p. m. Sunday school, 10 a. m. till noon. The following activities are held at the TREES REMOVED SHRUB AND TREE SPRAYING FAIRLAWN LANDSCAPE CO84 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 5-1614 SOD Have a Veteran Do Your Work Ask About Our Special Maintenance Plan • TOPSOIL • GRAVEL lllilBlimilllLBIIIMIIIMIIIMIIIIWIII TOUBY PAINTING CO. 3 50001 LICENSES AHD INSURED COHTRAITOR* = 669 N.W.6*Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA • I wiiiiviiiiLfliiiiBiiiimiiiwiiiaiiiiaiiil PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED... GUARANTEED WORK .. Job Too Large or To Small Estimates Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2239 N. W. Miami Court Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third it.: Shimshon club for boys of !1 to Ifi. Thursdays, 7:30 p. m. Student council. Sunday noon. Bar Mltzva breakfast group for boys aged 12 and up. Sunday, S a. m. Maftlrfantor group. Saturday. 3:30 p. m. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi; Louis D. Feder. cantor. Orthodox— Friday evening services, ."i: 1 ~< p. m. I.aie r'ridjiv night forum, K:30 p. m. Kabbl Mescheloff will speak on "A New Year in Palestine." Cantor Feder will lead the communal singing. Saturday morning adult services. 8:80. Intermediate services for adolescents at !i a. ill. Junior services for children of elementary school age at in a. m. TO MARK HOLIDAY Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith will meet at 3 p.m. Sunday at the home of P. Puehoff, 1130 S. W. Ninth St.. to celebrate Chamisho Osor B'Shevat. All Hebrew speaking people are invited to attend. Bible study. 4 p. in under the direction of S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos. 5:15 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on tin* "Portion of the Week." Sunday school from lo till noon, .v Palestine program Including a motion nil lure and exhibit will be presented. Religious scl I daily fron 1 to 7 p, in. PLAZA South End Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15-16 RUSSIA'S TRIUMPHAL MARCH FROM STALINGRAD TO THE HEART OF BERLIN + "FALL OF BERLIN ACTUAL SCENES OF A GLORIOUS VICTORY JJ ON THE SAME BILL LOVING LATIN LOVELIES JINX FALKENBERG "THE GAY SENORITA" with JIM BANNON • Clothing that you msy consider old can bring new life to some suffering person to whom war brought despair and destitution. ., ,. Your spsre clothing will be distributed free, without diseriminstion, to victims of Naii and Jsp oppression in Eu*ope, the Philippines, snd the Fsr East. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today ... dig out all the clothing you can spare. What YOU Can Do! 1. Gat together all the clothing you con spare. 2. Take it to your local collection depot immediately. 3. Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. The more you do the better you '11 feel VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief J0M7*V HENRY J. KAISER National Chairman Tbu advertisement wai prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection, ~ and is sponsored by LEO GERNGROSS MIAMI BEACH S^:M^>^*&sv*;>,5,>^i:5 KMHSSHB I*BHIS9BM9 I •



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LY. JANUARY 11, 1946 vJenisli fh-iridHicnn PAGE NINE jh Dies A Week Aftr Engagement Sidney Appel, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. aiin Appel, of 4430 iyal P. %  \, %  '.. • %  -'. %  % % % %  !< luiida*in;; it '" his dormitory at :hapei li V C. %  %  : %  • % %  < %  no was student. "' •' _j years o!,i i-\ l>. 1. Young -v :•' Miss 1. t.v Murks on Dec. 29 bile toe vacationing from hool. 1. i-.d been a student m e Nav> His pa. .Is flew lo New York uesday t i attend funeral servH at the Uiverside Memorial iiapel i %  • %  %  %  i-iesdaj • HU| %  {enry Gregor To Give beries ol lAusicaies Pianist iieniy Gregor will ap._'ar in t u..-,t ol live Monday veiling i ties presented by he Uni. mi School i. Musu ...I. y at U:3U p. m. the b He wir ;i program of omposn :,..,. Scarlatti as. :d uy Celeste Moon, ino. Scajfctt.. v. iio is called the founder ie m music, I* works i i winged r :eason %  • cuffejeni .. i, i naiu*(Wio mc pieces on tne pro•~J BATTEK UP! AD'Ani": and adult members of the T to play %  %  •" -'i..v morning. • mes are played TKi., ,,ir : %  '!< %  !,!, b. W. ai it Eighth ave. from ill noon. i info pi ition, see :•:, Milton Friedman or Sid. HIM \ til ci larti ra and many • i \.. i nil ihla %  p terms. i' %  ir only J : vfcol I FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL BUREAU Successful — Satisfactory STaKTLY CONFIDENTIAL For Appointment Call 5-5566 1561 lenox Ave., Miami Beach EN the stress of modern ying cets "on y*ur nerves", 1 sedative can do a lot to nervous tension, to nirke [ore comfortable, to permit sleep. time a day's work and or a night's wakefulnesss, you Irritable, Restless or -gives you Nervous Head* Nervous Indigestion, try Miles Nervine or Effervescent Tablets) 'Iilrs Nervine Is a time-' sedative that has been Ig relief from Functional hs Disturbances for sixty jet is as up-to-date as this g's newspaper. Liquid 23* DO, Effervescent tablets 35# f. Read directions And use i directed. • "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Tt legraphic Agency, Inc. 9 9 THE POLITICAL SCENE Will tinBrit 11 dare to dj e Jewish > cy? Tl ion .... list leaders, parti* u ports to thi effect i app irei I ly ai a trial b Lloon. It is imp Co note that the %  powei ed to tie Jew v. Ai ful .-an...' of tri I that it v.... li 11 to the mi %  power to bring the A ence i Boon < it saw (it. It would not take much legal ment to prove thai the i ight to abolisl is d >m the to eate. 'i lis i.. the i ee, in the %  %  fu e, a B liquid A nd to i bsti tu te in its t lead'. Tl e belief thai %  Foreign : I '/..' < list Z I : b i %  The lab are espec ally embittered, b 8 tiii y i xpei ted a proach from the li:;t. I. rot t-> t ; ." I 'alei c qi ... 'l .,'. feel doubly i> d by : I %  both as Z id as 1 THE ZIONIST SCENE Ni it! Dr. Weizmann not Dr. Hillei Silver will testify i i the Anglo-American Incommittee on Palestine at igs m Washington. Dr. refused to appear benot believe in COwith the committee, ipal Zionist speakers at the ....<* %  will be, therefore, Dr. n %  ->. Wise and Dr. Lmaii,.... %  inn. The question of to %  iperate u ith the incommittee was lengthily led at a closed session of an Zionist Emergency Those who advocated i) ti n in the hearings ar.: | is important t>> have Zi -t testimony on the record, the recommendations he committee may be. A dly mei ting took place this i New York between Dr. Wi izmann and leaders of the American Jewish committee. Dr. Weizmam i i had a heart-toheart talk this week with a Jewish editors and leadi i ,: i. a,: is at a tea party at Issex house in New York. Ehezer Kaplan, treasurer of the ish Agency, who is now on a ... i thii country, is urging a sj stem of distribul Pali stine Appeal He is asking that these ds not be distributed in the 1 States between the Jewish i Fund and the Keren Hayesod, but be sent to the Jewi .. cutive in Palestine. It will then be up to the GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenua PHONE 4-5860 TOP SOIL 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 THE HEART OF *. DOWNTOWN MIAMI •* !' MIAMI 4| NOHTMIAIT FIRST AVIMUI 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 present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. O 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. Q 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 ipb M. Lipton, President executive to decide on the spot how much each of the organizations benefiting from the UPA should get, affording to its actual needs. • • HERE AND THERE Strict secrecy veils the arrival here of General Deniken, whose name is linked with the murder of tens of thousands of Pews in the Ukraine The Czarist general was rushed off the "Queen Elizabeth" upon landing in Mew York and taken to a place where he cannot be reached by newspapermen Efforts by reporters to interview him have failed so far How has it happened that this general, responsible for brutal pogroms, received a U. S. visa and succeeded in gfetting transportation, although very few visas are being issued to stateless persons and transportation is not available even to many Americans in Europe? And spe iking of questions, the military authorities in Germany still owe a plausible answer to the following questions: What purpose did it serve to give so much publicity to Hitler's "testament?" Was there not enough antiSemitism spread by Hitler during his life? Must this vile propaganda be perpetuated by making public a doubtful document calculated to make Hitler "immortal?" Is not the publication of this "document harmful to the work of educating the Germans to forget Hitler and his preachings? We hear that Elizabeth Bergner, the well-known German-Jewish actress and film star who is now acting in New York, been invited to return to Beilin and help revive German film production We also hear that Miss Bergner might take the chief roll in a film based on the life of Dr. Lise Meitner, the Austrian-Jewish scientist whose irch led to the discovery of the atomic bomb IT'S THE TOPS IN CLEANING AND PRESSING STRAND CLEANERS 2108 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 3-5218 NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT FREEDOM to Fend for Herself... This little girl is free—to fend for herself! Free—to face a multitude of problems. Her problems are the world's problems. Let's face them. For instance, let's face the desperate need lor clothing by the victims of Nazi and Jap oppression. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today dig out all the clothing you can spare. What WV Can Dot 1. Get together all the clothing you can spare. 2. Take it to your local collection depot immediately. 3. Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. The more you do the hitter you'll feel VlCTOKT CLOTiiING COLLECTION for Overseas *MjAM7*3t I ENRY J. KAISER Yational Chairman This advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council lor tht Victory Clothing Collection, and is sponsored by SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 44 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami 3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 106 N. Miami Ave. 261 E. Flagler 231 11th St. Miami Beach Miami P. A. AUSLEY 66 N. W. 4th St. Miami MR. HENRY GREGOR 2025 Brickell Ave. Miami THE GARDEN RESTAURANT Hallman Grocery & Market 2235 S. W. 8ih St. EGNER & MULCAHY, TaUors 11 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami Miami 10071 N w 7th Av Miami TINDELL GROCERY CO. 2220 N. W. 36th St, Miami MARPLE ELECTRIC CO. STRECKER BODY BUILDERS ^,iM^,:^>,4}3&S;£.



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+M*ist lkrrt&in = ====== FRIDAY. JANUARY •TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" -i HELPING IN EUROPE MUciiu eonfdmtiai By PHINEAS J. BIRON. ACTION PLEASE: --. • -"-"' "". '.' .' tnasU >red April — • %  •%  %  --' %  %  -" '. ABOUT PEOPLE --' %  : j %  • .:..-: %  ". : c ....... • • %  %  %  %  • • • %  %  %  • %  ; WKAT to Air Growth Of Palestine School tor* Bczalel. and crafts. • ... and of its • %  ia told in of the i adio series -.I' 9 15 p. m. • .-. -enter in j • I in the mind %  :.. as a little waa first ght of being a : md of IsH .-.• brought he inspired is plan to Iturc for the l I ,rd labor, %  %  • • -.-.tnV I :. | live to ti ti mph of his ieath, a new I Bezalel school u: his most chen.-:.. ho^^ plans. The dcvi ^.^. alel is closely ui |JJl growth and prog:. ,.p', 1 The Drama ofP %  n ^ sented under tr. :re ,£ Miami Beach Zioi is broadcast ovi i > every Sunday week's story will bish Brigade." : :> P. rr. 3 gia At orxu Your Complex Dr Par mw i Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th StI Miami Beach And for your c enienctl Morris Brother's ." w ^ parel and Access Store | 70 E. FTar'.er St., Miami CORRESPONDENCE i : %  • Si'. : TALIANOFF TO SPEAK SALUTE ~Z EDDIE L:. Arthur Seleran %  : % %  : A MAN WITH A PLAN Under my plan beneficiaries have received an ..-.crease from r.-ese.-.: pclicies of more than twenty-eight per cent without Bay additional premium outlay. Call rr write: K. A BINDER Suilt No. 615. Olympia Bldg. PHONE 3-0828 ~~ MEVBER—V __ OS COLLAR RO L N 0 = E DIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with SflBERUNG materials. Quality constiuction and economy. Prompt service. '^^ PHONE 2-6133 T)|Xrt7iREC? vr SEIBERLING TIRrS MIAMI 101 S w First St. 5327 N Miom Ae. J539N. w i • ••MIAMI BEACH 1840 Attc • 945 Filth Si he iUt 931 eti e i Co ice ttit itl art 'as ant lso da 'he f iev O f E le n 4 un e* eyle 127 Conveniet termi can be arranged IN PI In 'KB SPECIALniNG IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES I. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES Ij^v, .TV .r= REAL ESTATE 3pwimpn S* •,-•' ** Fuses'. Cooperation Rabbi fosepa E. Radwvtkv 62C7 Bisca y ne Bird. 1S2'. S. W. 5th St Pbcze 782419 Pr.zzit 2-7433 ASE FOR IOSHEB ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN Delirious Sclaz:a '•'•'e-ers Corned Beef ?ZitlZ Kosher Zion Sausage Co CHICAGO IF YOU ARE Dl MZD CF KOSHZR ZION PRODUCTS Cell Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Dlsuibutcra 1725 N W. 7th AVENUE pHGM ^^ AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI 139 N. E. FIRST STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA STATEMENT CF CONDITION, AS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1945 r „ RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks Gc v ernment Securities s.a.e and Municipal Bonds Other Marketable Bonds %  : NY St .-. Exchange Total Cash and Securities ConuneteUJ Loans to Individuals. Firms and Corporations F.H.A. rifle II First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Total Loans and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Fecerai Reserve Banlc Stock Accrued Interest Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Customers' Liability-Letters of Credii S 10,948.198.17 23.925.604.91 640.687.27 345.419.17 S35.859.909.52 5.524.306.54 71.503.64 Total Resources 5,595.810.18 50.093.13 30.000.00 83.086.SO 14.761.61 116.954.81 $41,750,615.75 Capital -Common Stock) L J A B L I T I E S Surplus Undivided Profits and Reserves 500.000.00 500.000.00 542.391.28 Demand Time DEPOSITS S 1.542.391.28 per annum on Time and Savings Total Deposits %  '%  over W.000 g Letters of Credit Total Liabilities $ 35.417.439.95 4.660.329.71 40.077.769.66 130.454.81 FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS rnnr !" S41.750.615.75 ^--"cial Banking P „" .,' CWORATIOHS AND INDIVIDUALS Escrow Department l 2"S~ Check Service ?.,<-. a Safe Deposit Vaults iSSHf 1 A unt Trust Department Collection Department M*-.ber Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Iruursnc. Corporation



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hi, JANUARY 11, 1946 +Jewlsi> fhrktten PAGE ELEVEN ENDS SERVICE. • SUME PRACTICE land Mis. Elry Stone will to Miami Sunday after pars' absence from Miami, ic completion of his tereave, Cl. Stone will reins law practice at 1010 Is bldg. nber of the bars of Georgia and Florida, Col. Stone has been adm:Ui(l to prtictice before me court of the United He came to Miami in in i Savannah and is a or World War I, in which 18 months overseas, ne re-entered the serice f4Br years ago as a reserve fficer with the rank of major a tl ^Bdge advocate general deBt at Washington. He if am staff judge advocate at Atmta and Jacksonville and was lso ^fconed at Camp Rucker, da., and Camp Kmivst, Term., 'here be was with the Secretary f War's (olTicer.-O Disability Rciew board. Col. Stone is a past president f B'nai B'nth Sholem lodge and he Fifth district of B'nai B'rith; n officer of the Jewish Welfare ureau; secretary-treasurer of the ederatlon, and a member of Haley Seeds post. American Legion. Ie and his wife will reside at 127 aW. 16th ter. — "IEGAL NOTICES >r KTHIA-I'V M I >•: i :s c-i.rirr f ANi' l'H: i'A HI: CMINTY, FLORII A l.\ I la H1ATK. No. 17098 %  still.of SAMUEL B. GESilS.'lt. ICE TO CREDITORS .lit..is and AII Persona Havns or Demands Against Said in.h of you, are hereby r..iulred to present any nd demands which you. or you. may have against the SAMUEL B. GKSNER. dell..if Diide County. Florida, bn. w. !•• in. ANTON, County Hade ('.unity, and file the his office In the County In D.i.l.County, Florida. pRht calendar months from the first publication herecliilms or demands to contgal addresi of the claimant sworn to and presented as or same will be barred. lion 120 of the 1933 I*robate inuarv 9. A. D. 19 HI, FLORENCE GESNER. Inlnlstratrlx of the Estate of S-iuiiiel B. Gesncr, deceased. SILVER, for Administratrix. 2/1 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, DA. IN PROBATE. No. 17055 ESTATE OF DAVID K. deceased, TICK TO CREDITORS editors and All Persons HavBaims or Demands Against • %  state: kn.l eiich of you, are hereby land required to present any nd demands which von. or vou. may have against the DAVID K. REED, deceased piide County. Florida, to the F. BLANTON. Countv Judge [County, and file the same In In the County Courthouse In Minty, Florida, within eleht months from the date of the % licatlon hereof, Said claims to contain the legnl adthe claimant and to be sworn Resented as aforesaid, or same 'd. See Section 120 of the bate Act. December 27. A. D. 1945. ESTHER K. REED, tec.itrlx of the T.ast Will and lament of DAVID K. REED, ed. SILVER. PV for Executrix. PE IS HEREBY OIVEX that fslgned. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of FLUORESCENT & APPI.Ip.. at 3670 S. W. 22nd St.. In[ register said name with the the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. EDWARD BERNSTEIN. 1/4-11-11 M Wner TflT IJL ii Hill "mil inn % %  I in III illlll in Hill Hill iilliii Hill HI III Hill IN GREATER MIAMI STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board Good Location—Reasonable Prices 1348 S. W. Second Si. For Reservations for Dinners Phone 3-7539 THE BROOK CLUB ANNOUNCES the season's opening Nan Wynn Cappello & Patricia Jules Lande Orchestra Pedro and his Rumba Orchestra MANETTI. Maitre d'Hotel Reservations Telephone 6-2658 We've Thought of Everything At THE DORCHESTER Collins Ave. at 19th St. OPEN And Accepting Reservations Private Beach and Pool Private Parking Space DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine Phones: 58-1855, 5-9527 \JJtwtj,t,j ccwaita mnmn THIS IS MIAMI STARRING JOHNNY JOHNSTON MGM SING1XU STAK JAN MURRAY NO. 1 ON YOL'K LAFF PARADE RUSSELL SWAN DAVE TVI.KR— CAT A UNO Orchestra Ik* ssest HISM llllif III Issslif list sa MIIBI !••( %  Uiitr tsstnlslti si Htllll "MaL" tUNM. The Finest International Cuisine in ihe World TABLE D'HOTE and A LA CARTE Imported Champagnes and rare Wimt of old riniage — choice Liqueurs Music by CHARLIE III BECK DANCING Until 11 No Cover Charsr Rtservstlou Call LOUIS, 68-ZBai end His orchentra Dinner Music £1 morocco RESTAURANWBAR rau Collins Ave. at 33rd St. Miami Beach REVLIN HOTEL Collins Avenue at 13th St MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M. Dietary Laws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668 PAPPY'S MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED m Specializing • In ... 9 A.M.-3 A.M. FINE FOODS COLLINS AT 20TH BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs of Beef I ENDEB. later stoka thai will inHt In yuur mouth urved la tbe coolest place In town from 4 to midnight. New Orleans cuisine — Muilc by Marty Baye at the plane In tbe cocktail lounge. 626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 21711 E STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM ALDEN HOTEL 2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH Under Management ot GARTENBERG 8c SCHECHTER Bluiuenfeld's FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M to 9 P. M Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Closed Every Monday DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED I i ilM i 't %  •- III*-M1 ul it-. ()• n it l < n i <. .f tint I in m'sl Telephone 58-2979 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal Af The London Arms Hotel 727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264 $2.50 STEAKS. CHOPS. CHICKEN and OTHER VARIETIES MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY SERVED FROM 5:30 to 8:00 P. M. Catering to Weddings, Banquets and Bar Milivah Parlies The Only Iiu\ RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4058—Open Daily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M. TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING The Bast Meal in Town 645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478 Vir.lRIFCill* 5> I It V I S O • I M i.l AM [I KAN |tWl5H DINNER' C 0 I L i N 5 A SPECIALIZING IN SHORE DINNERS SELECT STEAKS Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11 Sunday. 12 to 11 rfA *€/T.fl\J£*r\T | BLVD. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage In business under the fictitious name of MARTIN CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841 N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register paid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM WEINSTOCK D. MARTIN MELTZ 12/28 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAH GROWERS at South Dixie Highway, Kendall, Pla., Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada County, Florida. FLORENCE SMITH. Hole Owner. DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney 12/28 1/4-11-18-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BEACH RADIO AND APPLIANCE SHOP at 140 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. IVY E. KOLCHNER Sole Owner. DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney 12/28 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flrtltlous name of BISCAYNE BEAUTY SUPPLY at 7614 N. W. 7th Ave.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOPIS COHEN HERBERT BOGNER SOI. ALEXANDER 12/28 1/4-11-18-26. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TA.MIAMI HOTEL. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERMAN SCHULMAN. J. A. ROSS. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicants. 12/28 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BRIGGS. Intend to register the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun ty, Florida. JOSEPH ALEXANDER SYDNEY J. GREENBERG HAROLD TURK. Attorney. 12/14-21-28 1/4-11 .A. __ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ADAMS GLASS SERVICE, at 4106 Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ADAM RABINOWITZ. 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 Dada County, Florida. ARTHUR A. SELEVAN. 1/4-11-18-26 wMkWmM BmamaasaiasKL



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I y VICTORY CLO COILED J MIT*AVI1 -• ihe Advertising Cour.ci \ THE SANDS HOTEL On the Ocean at I6lh Str<* : — ~ %  ANCHOR HOTEL 1585 Washington •' VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Dri GLADES HOTEL I 28 th Street and C I Myron Herrman and Fi Managing Dire. RECTOR HOTEL 1820 Bay Road



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F IDNDS O Clothing thht you may consider old can bfi life i' [some suffering family to whom war brought years of despair fend utter destitution. Bring them new life .. and bring America new friends! Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems negligible, bear this in mind: Every garment you give weans one more human being saved from cold or sickness or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today dig out all the clothing you can spare take it to your local collection depot now. If you doubt the need for it o\ boys who've been there! frhatYOVCanDo! M Get together all the clothing you can spare. 2 Take it to your local collection depot immediately. 3 Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY


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Obituaries '•S Cold Hands.. Warm Heart PRESENTS MEMORIAL FOB %  'RELATIVES %  %  %  -mams VKTCRY CUTHIIG catiimoN %  : ', %  • nUDAY, JANUAR Y !" Miamians to Attend Executive Sessions The executive corr.rr •• ,. 0 f.. Bnai B'nth Fifth d ;n Savannah Jar. • •„ i 2fl Attending from be Milton A. Friedrr. A the State V Louis Heiman. dent of Shoi. It 3. Tahanoff. F. u a !" I director of the Anta-D! •.ion lea* Tahanoff will delhri rpn-,, statewide ADI. ABSTRACTS E S C R 0 W S TITLE INSURANCE -.= ;?:••-. :e u ^ T.TL£ 4 ABSTRACT CO = %  '" ~i r_* %  • % % %  -." :• ••: C HASE FEDERAL '-SSOClATlOf B •: i kr i. i„ v = r^TMEXTS ;.-. VaL-. Doe* Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Right" The Prescription Center <:£ LINCOLN ROAD at WASHINGTON AVENUE Prescripnoni Calied for lad Te.-Tered Promptly :.-.-.Part -'. Miami Besch Ai Your Service Day and Night Telephone 5-6727 e Modern, Scientific Prescription Laboratory e MARCELLE Hypo-Allergenic Cosmetics e Feminine Hygiene DepartmeiK e Sn-.zr.al'.y Advertised Vitamins PRESCRIPTIONS— Our Specialty ACCURACY AND QUALITY—Our Motto YOUR DOCTOR'S WISH—Our Order NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • • EVERY WEEKDAY NITE F1AGIER KENNEL CLUB DAILY DOUBLE *j Kacw ADM. 25c *VlSble Tr.n.port.tion dinV/V*'" ,rom Bur. "/ Red .1 S '•"*••• Quinielas ETery Rce No Minort



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UDAY. JANUARY 11, 1946 +Je*lst florMian PAGE FIFTEEN US. KLINE IS IL bond •drni "ADMIRAL" KLINE HITS. Minnie Kline, Victory bond ch;iirman for the Freda rkowitz post, Jewish War Vetns, has earned the title of —airal in the drive just concluded by selling over 600 preferred V. bonds, besides G and Treasury bonds. Sirs. Kline is past president of the Auxiliary and was a fouritar general in the previous war bond drive. She was assisted by Mrs. Pearl Radman, who received the rank of captain; Mrs. Diana Ginsburfi. lieutenant, and Miss Ethel Mintzer. The organization sales total $303,655. Other local women who earned the title of admiral are Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mis. Milton Wolf and Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Weiss worked with the Women's division of the American Jewish Congress which sold a total of $1,827,839.75. the highest sale. B'nai B'rith sales by the Sholem and Beach lodges and the Women's group totalled $1,600,000. Bn a recent report, Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Jewish division of the drive, stated that %  otal of $3,758,002 in bonds had^ n sold. The organization's ires read: |Tcmple Israel's Sisterhood, 1)2,425; Hadassah, $591,465.75; ami Service league, $103,107.50; lh Jacob Sisterhood, $107,1.25; Beth David Sisterhood, L627, and Council of Jewish %  men, $24,033.75. fjational Home for Jewish Chil,en, $47,500.50; Temple Beth -Jlolom Sisterhood, $193,375: Natlonal Children's Cardiac Home, 8 32.035.50; Miami Beach Jewish fcter Sisterhood. $218,965: Mini Beach Service league, $293,. American Jewish Congress, 1,827,839.75, and B'nai B'rith fomen, $111,985. )R. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS innounces hit return from service Ind opening of hi office for the Braetic* of dentistry at 715-17 Sey. bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appointment. MAKES OCCASION A A ill r i ROHAN§ PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHTNSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BE AC H A>. 54Q26 AN URGENT APPEAL FOR BLOOD DONORS CALL THE BLOOD BANK of DADE COUNTY PHONJ 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT SINCE V-J Day blood donors have shown a steady decline until the Bank now is seriously in need of blood. Remember, there still exists a constant demand by the armed forces for blood. In addition to this, the demand from the largo number of winter visitors has drained our supply and it will steadily grow worse. Thanks to B'nai B'rith Members This splendid organization has shown a keen interest in our problems and have become donors generously. As a matter of fact this group is the largest donor to the Bank. We heartily appreciate the response. Perhaps there are other members of B'nai B'rith who will help us. Again, We Thank You! Blood Bank of Dade County 5=*=



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Community Chest Launches Countywide Drive
Jnder the sign of the Red
jither, more than 2,000 volun-
r workers start out Monday
irard the goal of $810,971 in the
st far-reaching Community
est campaign ever organized
More volunteers have been re-
cruited, more potential contribu-
tor* will be contacted, and the
goal is hafiher than in any pre-
ious campaign.
Kneral Chairman Stanley C.
Ks said the enthusiasm with
Kh the organization was begun
My months ago has brought
the campaign to the formal open-
in* far ahead of any other year.
'Success is assured, Myers said,
Hhe pace is maintained through
the remaining three weeks.
The goal of the campaign rep-
resents the minimum needed for
the support of 23 local agencies
of family and child care, health
and recreation services, as well as
19 agencies of the National War
Fund.
Higher this year by $175,000, it
will help meet the mounting de-
mands for these services as the
community grows and faces prob-
lems resulting from overcrowded
conditions, lack of facilities, and
the return of thousands of vet-
erans.
The Red Feather is the symbol
of the Chest this year, standing
for courage and community pride
in a vital job well done.
Among the outstanding leaders
in the campaign is Sam Blank,
chairman of the Commercial di-
vision, which has one of the most
important jobs in the entire or-
ganization. Under Mr. Blank's
direction, several hundred key
workers are soliciting gifts from
both employers and employees in
large commercial firms.
Abe Allenberg heads the Miami
Beach Hotel division, which ac-
cepted the largest increase of any
division. Raising $13,000 last year,
the division voluntarily set its
sights on $30,000 and Allenberg
said he was confident the goal
would be exceeded.
The Miami Beach Apartment
House division is headed by Mort-
imer Raskin, treasurer of the Mi-
ami Beach Apartment House as-
sociation. Raskin has organized
a detailed campaign that will give
more thorough coverage than
ever before.
Key workers in the Public
Service division, under the chair-
manship of Sam Youngblood. in-
clude Joseph Lipton, chairman of
the Real Estate, Investment and
allied groups, and Leo Ackerman,
directing solicitation among in-
surance companies.
The Retail Merchants division
opens the campaign with a flying
start, having already raised more
than half its quota. Sam Bass,
in charge of the Jewelers divis-
ion, has obtained more than 100
per cent increases from has group.
liB\viislUEIIiOipidliiaup
rOLUME 19NUMBER 2
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
783,100Combined Jewish Appeal Goal
SENATE LEADER
IT STATE MEET
ISenator Alben W. Barkley of
entucky, majority leader of the
mate, will be one of the dia-
pguished speakers who will ad-
ess the extraordinary Florida
-ate conference of the United
Wish Appeal Sunday, Jan. 20.
ICapt. Robert Gamzon of Paris,
ader of the Jewish Maquis of
france, will also speak. The
Eaquis are credited with under-
Found activities that were
sponsible for the rescue of 50,-
_0 Jews from Nazi deportation.
[Also scheduled to address the
bnference are Major Judah Na-
Ich, former European adviser on
ewish affairs to Gen. Eisen-
pwer; Leo Herrmann of Jerusa-
m. secretary general of the Pal-
tine Foundation Fund, and Rab-
James G. Heller, national
iairman of UJA.
[The conference sessions will
fcgin at 10 a. m. at the Latin
kiarter. There will be a lunch-
Mi session at 12:30 p. m. and an
fternoon session which will ex-
ind until 4:30 p. m. The con-
Euding session will be held in the
prm of a mass meeting at Temple
rael at 8 p. m.
CJA DIVISIONS MEET
Organisational meetings of
the Women's Special Gifts di-
vision and the Trades divi-
sions chairmen for the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal will
be held Tuesday.
The women will meet at a
tea at the home of Mrs. Sam
Lavine. 6301 Pine Tree dr.. at
2 pan.
Trades divisions chairmen
will meet at the Sunshine room
of the Ingraham bldg. at 3 pan.
Clothing Necessary
To Halt Epidemic
Clothing is vitally necessary to
combat epidemics in Europe,
China and the Philippines, ac-
cording to cabled advices from
relief workers in all liberated
areas, Mrs. Muriel Hirsch. local
chairman of the Victory Clothing
Collection, declared today.
The nation-wide clothing drive
for overseas relief is being con-
ducted on behalf of UNRRA from
Jan. 7 to 31. President Truman
said the campaign is imperative
and called upon Henry J. Kaiser,
West Coast industrialist, to be its
national chairman.
Cities, the reports state, have
been suffering serious epidemics
of pulmonary tuberculosis, bacil-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
['Reign of Terror' In Poland
rerified By Eisenhower Aide
"The existence of an organized reign of terror inside Poland
Jiat is driving Jews from that country is a fact, not fiction," Major
Sudan Nadich, Senior Jewish Chaplain and former special ad-
Visor on Jewish affairs to General Eisenhower told 300 delegates
attending the Southeast Regional conference of the Joint Distri-
bution committee in Birmingham last week.
Major Nadich, who returned from Germany a month ago,
rid that in Munich he had interrogated five Polish youths who
------------------------------------------O had all killed Jews in Poland on
IORGAN DISMISSED
A campaign goal of atomic proportions$783,100was des-
ignated by the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish'
Federation at a meeting last Thursday evening. The budget I
committee had originally recommended a goal of $532,200 for |
the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal, but the total was raised
following a reguest by Sholem Suntup, assistant field director
of the United Jewish Appeal, central agency for overseas relief
fund-raising.
Major beneficiary of the local campaign, UJA was voted
an allocation of $500,000 by the board. Suntup had asked
Miami Jewry for a grant of $700,000.
This year's campaign goal is the largest ever set and
attempted in the history of any Jewish community in Florida.
It ranks with the goals of larger Jewish communities through-
out the country who are likewise doubling federated campaign
efforts in this emergency year.
The local goal last year, $305,000, was oversubscribed by
approximately $61,000. This year, contributions are expected
from about 6,000 people through solicitation by some 800 cam-
paign workers, according to Wra. D. Singer, campaign chairman.
Scheduled to extend from Feb. 24 through March 6, the
Combined Jewish Appeal has been organized into divisions.
This year for the first time a special women's division has been
set up and the women have accepted a $100,000 quota. Forty
trades divisions, a Beach division, a Town division and other
special campaign sections are being formed as part of the
pre-campaign activity.
ALLOCATIONS TO LOCAL SERVICES
Of the $783,100 total, 15.4 per cent has been allocated to the
following local services: YM & YWHA of Miami, $21,487;
YM & WHA of Miami Beach, $19,121.50; Jewish Home for the
Aged (Reserve), $15,000; Bureau of Jewish Education, $12,855;
Army-Navy Committee, $6,075.
Florida Hillel Committee, $2,550; National Council of Jewish
Women (Reserve), $2,000; Council of Social Agencies, $250;
Reserve for operation of local agencies, $25,000; Greater Miami
Federation (Administration), $16,085. Total allocation to these
local agencies is $120,423.50.
Requests by the Miami Y for an additional $4,000 and by
the Florida Hillel Committee for an additional $1,200 were
turned down by the board of directors but further reconsider-
ations may be asked from the budget committee. Several
other organizations asked for increased allocations at the meet-
ing, but time did not allow for consideration of their requests.
OVERSEAS RELIEF AND REHABILITATION
Including the UJA allocation, $525,750 was allocated to
overseas relief and reconstruction. Agencies in this classification
are: Hadassah, $8,550; National Labor Committee for Palestine,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
PALESTINE CAN
LONDON, (JTA)The regional
office of UNRRA here announced
^his week that Lieut. Gen. Sir
Prederick Morgan has been dis-
nissed as chief of UNRRA opera-
tions in Germany because of his
Statement, here and in Washing-
tion of Jews from Poland.
Earlier, UNRRA had Issued a
Btatemetn. here and in Washing-
Ion, disassociating the agency
irom the views expressed by Gen.
IMorgan and disclosing that his
Resignation, had hean requested.
^ie announcement of h& dla-
filaial follqweJ ^* --'">tti of
demand tl a.
instructions from a secret terror-
istic organization. "One youth
boasted that he had killed three
Jews, instead of one as in-
structed." .
Major Nadich was sharp in his
criticism of statements by Lt.
Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, dis-
charged UNRRA chief for the
British zone of Germany who
said last Wednesday that the
Jews coming out of Poland were
"well fed" and "rosy-cheeked,
and were identified with a plot
involving their mass migration
to Palestine.
Stanley C. Myers wu sleeted
vice chairman of th JDC
Southtait Ration txtcutive
committee and Ma* Oroviti
(Q0NTINUI* ON FAQ! I)
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Rob-
ert Nathan, who, last Spring, con-
ducted an economic survey in
Palestine for the American Pales-
tine Institute, told the Anglo-
American inquiry committee that
there was now a shortage of
manpower in Palestine and 100..-
000 immigrants could be absorbed
almost immediately without any
economic difficulty. He also esti-
mated that the absorptive capa-
city of Palestine would permit the
immigration within the next ten
years of a minimum of 615,000
and a conservatice maximum om
1.125,000 immigrants.
Nathan delivered a blistering
attack on the Palestine Govern-
ment for its negative and ineffec-
tive measures in regard to im-
migration. He said that any de-
velopment of the country's real
potential would require a positive
and imaginative government pol-
icy. The role of the Palestine
Government, he said would be
the most vital single determ-
inant in the country's future.
On the basis of his study in
Palestine, Nathan told the com-
mittee that the Arabs had bene-
fited from Jewish immigration in
the following ways: 1. The life
expectancy of Moslems had in-
creased; 2. While the Arab birth
rates remained high the infant
mortality had dropped; 3. The bet-
ter Arab health conditions were
shown to be correlated with Arab
proximity to Jewish settlements;
4. Arabs had benefited by being
employed by the Jewish chemical
and industrial plants and by Jew-
ish citrus growers; 5, Arabs had
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Jewish Hospital Planned For Miami
Plans for the erection of a Jew-1
ish hospital in Greater Miami
were formulated by a temoorary |
citizens committee which met at
the home of Abraham Goodman
last week. Max Orovitz was
named temporary chairman.
Long felt need for such a hos-
pital prompted the meeting. A
minimum of 800 additional hos-
pital beds are needed in Dade
county, according to a recent
study made by Dr. I. Neergard.
At the meeting, the outstanding
role of Jews in medical research
was brought out.
As planned by the committee.
the hospital will be naaaeetaria,*.
wd win bt. th Jt *-
ity's contribution to the health
and welfare of all Dade county
citizens.
A by-laws committee and a
committee to obtain a charter
were appointed. Among those at-
tending the meeting were Mrs.
Max Dobrin, who was appointed
temporary secretary, and Sam
Blank, Moses Ginsberg, Mitchell
Wolfson, Monte Selig, Alex Van
Straaten, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Carl Weinkle, Wm. D. Singer, J.
Gerald Lewis, Henry D. Williams.
Abraham Goodman, A. A. Ungar,
Stanley C. Myers, Baron da
hinch MeytT and Samutl Fried-
MM.
HADASSAH TO MEET
AT BEACH MONDAY
Senior Hadassah will hold a
regular meeting at 2 p.m. Mon-
day afternoon at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Mrs. Abraham
Goodman, president, announces.
To aid Hadassah's campaign to
redeem 5,000 dunams of land for
returning soldiers in Palestine,
the local chapter is filling the
Jewish National fund blue boxes,
Mrs. Samuel S&piro \* JNJ*
chairmen.


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PAGE THREE
rsonally Speaking
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[t-of-townings
r. Jacob H. Kaplan is spend-
the week end in Jackson-
where he will install Rabbi
rid H. Ravitz, new director
le Jewish Community Cen-
. A. M. Bear left Wednes-
for New York city .
Bud Freeman leit for New
after visiting her parents,
md Mrs. Leon Elkin. Mrs.
lan's husband is a mem-
>f Eddie Condon's band in
York Herbert U. Feib-
itn will attend the second
lal conference of the Amer-
Council for Judaism in
Jadelphia Jan. 19 and 20 as
jlegate of the South Florida
Dter. On Jan. 21 he will
^nd the regional conference
ie Union of American He-
Congregations in Atlanta
Murray Miller flew to Mem-
Saturday to attend South-
State Optometry college.
IE" SAY
r. and Mrs. S. M. Fields of
Jicago are visiting Mr. and
s. Max Hoffman, 318 21st st.
I. Fields is Mrs. Hoffman's
>ther Miss Estelle Harri-
ot West New York, N. J..
a house guest of the Max
rks the week of the Orange
v\ festivities Dj;. Abram
:har and his family arrived
ssday at their Miami Beach
le, 6050 N. Bay rd. .
s. Joe Goldstein, past presi-
h of the Fifth district of B'nai
|lth Women, is visiting her
^ther-in-law and sister, Mr.
Mrs. Chertkof, from Galax,
I. Mrs. Chertkof was hostess
la luncheori^yn honor of her
sr this week Mr. and
I. Philip Shlansky of New
York are spending a month at
th Sea Isle hotel. While here
thy are visiting Mrs. Shlans-
brother-in-law and sister.
"The South's
Only Seltzer
Plant-
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Reiner
. Sgt. Martin J. Spilka, son-
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Roth, arrived in Tacoma,
Wash., Monday after service
in the Pacific. He will be dis-
charged at Camp Blanding.
Mrs. David Banov of Wheel-
ing, W. Va., has arrived at the
Hotel Plaza and will spend the
winter there William Gold-
stein of Parkersburg, W. Va.,
is stopping at the Sands hotel
. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stern of
Canton, Ohio, are at the Boule-
vard hotel Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Borowsky of New York
are spending a month at Miami
Beach. Mr. Borowsky is a
prominent Jewish educator and
Zionist and his wife is active in
Hadassah Joseph Wilner
of Washington, D. C, is vaca-
tioning at Hollywood He is a
member of the national com-
mission of the Anti-Defamation
league Sholom Asch, noted
Jewish writer, is a guest in Palm
Beach ... Dr. Michael Smith
has resumed his medical prac-
tice in Palm Beach after serv-
ing in the Pacific for several
years ... Dr. Barney Blieber,
Army dental corps, recently
visited his wife and brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Blieber, in Palm Beach.
Mrs. I. C. Levy of Chicago
IPHON
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)elivered Jo
Your Door
One or Two Gentlemen
Lovely Room in Apartment
MRS. J. FINKLESTEIN
2765 N. W. 17th Terrace
We Cater to All Parties
fod Health SIPHON-Seltzer
good to the last drop. Ex-
llent flavor. Highly carbo-
fcted.
10c Per Bottle
IBURAK BOTTLING CO.
N. W. 41h Ave. Ph. 3-1536
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YOUR JEWISH
:UNERAL HOME
WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Gladly futnuhtd on Aeouest
ERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
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JOS. L. PLUMMER
Heights, 111., is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H Miller, 1781 S.
W. 23rd st. Recent house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Lefcourt were their brothers-in-
law, Aaron Hendler and Dr
Samuel Birenbach of New York.
Dr. Birenbach, formerly a lieu-
tenant colonel in the Army, is
professor of dental surgery at
Columbia university Albert
Eskenazi spent a holiday leave
from the Jacksonville Naval
base with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Eskenazi AJbe
Gannes returned last week from
New York where he attended a
conference of executives of Bu-
reaus of Jewish Education and
the National Council of Jewish
Education Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rothschild returned from
New York Monday with their
daughter, Shirley, and son,
Martin. They were also ac-
companied by Mr. Rothschild's
sister. Mrs. Lilliam Golditch,
who is their house guest.
WITH THE CLUBS
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Silver will
present $50 to the Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization, Club No. 1,
at their next meeting. The
money was donated at the Pid-
yen Haben of their son. War-
ren Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
will review Milton Steinberg's
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Irvin Bernstein
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Bernstein; brother, Norma,
and sister, Mrs. Rosalie Edwards,
live at 1560 Michigan ave.. will
be held 2 p. m. Sunday at Mr.
Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will officiate. Gordon
Monument company is in charge
of arrangements. Friends and
relatives are invited.
"A Partisan Guide to the Jew-
ish Problem" 3 p.m. tomorrow
at the Spinoza forum The
Miami Service league will meet
at the Town Y 8:15 p.m. Mon-
day.
Sit by YOUR Fireside
All that's left of their hearth and home is what
you see in this picture.
Among the things they desperately need to
start a new life is clothing. What can you spare
that they can wear?
Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is
100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding.
If your contribution seems negligible, bear this
in mind: Every garment you give means one
more human being saved from cold or sickness
or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be
distributed free, without discrimination, to vic-
tims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the
Philippines, and the Far East.
Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today
.. dig out all the clothing you can spare ...
take it to your local collection depot now.
What YOU Can Do!
f C together all the clothing
you can spare.
2 Take it to your local collection
depot immediately.
/if Volunteer some spare time to
your local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY

V overcoote V ihoet V twearere 1
V topcoat* V dreisee V robes C
V luitt V ikirti V ondtrwoar E
V jacket* V glovei V pajamas
\ ponls \ cape V bedding
The more you do the better you'll feel i
J
Victory Clothing Collection
for Overseas Relief JjM7*>3f
HENRY J. KAISER
National Chairman
,Tbis advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection.
and is sbonsored bv
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
1st National Bank Bldg. Miami
Jackie's Fine Food Restaurant
134 23rd St. Miami Beach
E. DIAMOND & SON
Wholesale Novelties
513 N. Miami Ave. Miami
A. F. GIVEN. Accountant
Congress Bldg. Miami
Stylecraft Bag Manufacturers
1320 N. Miami Ave. Miami
Grand National Importers
Wholesale Liquors
309 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami
RENDALE HOTEL
3120 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING Co.
2465 S. W. 8th St. Miami
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach
TUDOR HOTEL
1111 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
LA VIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
176 N. E. 20th St. Miami
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Rd. Miami
Gordon's Women's Apparel
DuPont Building Miami
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. 1st St. Miami
COMMERCIAL STANDARD
INSURANCE CO.
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
MORRIS BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch


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Location of Jewish Population
MIAMI
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indicate that organizations m>i
ing future plans would do Si
to provide for a much u'1
community. re
OCCUPATION DISTRIBUTlOg
Jews have often bom accuw
of monopolizing a few ou_.
tions. The professional field m.
pecially, is frequently describe
as being dominated bv the Jew^i
People. Information gleaned W
the survey disproves these *
cusations. The report shows "thj;i
the Jewish population of mSI
and Miami Beach represents
cross section of almost every tyj
of occupation found in an urbj,.
community. Jews in Greater Mi J
ami do a great deal more thai
just run apartment houses ancl
hotels. They also occupy posj.1
tions in practically all the indus-|
tries, trades and professions.
The occupational distribution!
of Jews is highest among apart.I
ment owners and managers, b|
telmen, clerical workers, stenoj[
raphers, secretaries, attorneys I
fruU and vegetable produce mra.1
real estate, restaurants, doctonl
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MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
. Years
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No.
1.647
1,940
2.042
2,417
2,273
1,537
893
329
12.58
14.83
15.61
18.50
17.39
11.76
6.81
252
No.
1.784
2.374
2.305
2.957
3.013
2.278
1.180
356
%
10.97
14.63
14.18
18.22
18.54
14.02
7.25
2.19
TOTAL
No.
3.431
4.314
4.347
5,374
5,286
3.815
2,073
685
11.70
14.72
14.82
18.34
18.03
13.01
7.05
2.33
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luals in the average'
, hite population
1 South, the median is 3.41
luals
LENGTH OF RESIDENCE
The Jewish community got an'
start in this area. Miami
offi Uy incorporated in
rear survey canvas-
.'. people who had
in Greatei Miami for 50 j
. but out of the 1
. : p ..-.. p. of 29,325, there |
were only 1,278 individuals, or 4i
: t, '.%-.". 1 had lived in the
.; ::. >re than 20 years. I
greatest percentage 115.64)
I h< re less than five
"For Jhe community as a
whole the model length of resi-
dence is fire years." the survey
notes. "For Miami Beach the
rr.odel length of residence is
one to two years, while,
in Miami the model resi-
dence is three to four years.
In its summary, the survey
' d< lares: "These fig-
ures extremely rapidlv cles- Ule
mmunitr is growing and icon
and allied professions. But the!
Jews of Greater Miami also haveI
their share of auto mechanics,!
bakers, barbers, carpenters, en-l
gineers, fish dealers, government!
and war workers, truck drivers,!
lumber workers, machinists,!
painters, plumbers, taxi drivers.1
etc.
"Tha Jewish residents in
greater Miami are engaged in
very conceivable type of oc
cupaiion." the surrey asstrti
"There as no stratification 0!
occupational interest. As Of
economic opportunities devil-
ope, Jews find themselves, just
as other members of the cob |
munity do, involved in the"
new enterprises. There ar* n:
fields thai are exclusively Jew-
ish, nor are there fields that
are exclusively non-Jewish.
JEWS AND THE WAR
"Jews from the Greater Maitl
area, as elsewhere in the country!
have done considerably monl
than their fair share in the"!
effort," the survey reports, "wn-l
trary to false impressions creawl
by anti-semitic propaganda agen-l
Jews have been in t
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SIZE OF FAMILIES
MIAMI
Total
Families Percent Individuals
421 1004 421
1.119 26.70 2,238
1,069 25 53 3,207
1.032 2462 4,128
333 7.96 1,665
133 317 798
32 1.26 364
22 .54 176
09 .18 81
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4.190 100.00 13,078
MIAM BEACH Total
Families Percent Individuals
522 947 522
1.689 30.68 3,378
1.593 28.92 4.779
1.193 21.69 4,772
345 6 26 1.725
84 1.53 504
57 1.05 399
21 .40 168
Percent
3.22
17.11
2432
31.56
12.73
6.10
2.79
1.35
100.00
Percent
3.22
20.79
29-41
2938
10.62
3.10
2.45
1.03
100.00 16,247
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI
Total
Percent Individuals
9.73 943
2897 5,616
27.45 7,966
22.95 8.900
7.00 3,390
2.24 1.302
1.13 763
44 344
.09 81
100.00
29,325
100.00
Percent
322
19.15
2723
3035
11.56
444
2.60
117
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>AY. JANUARY il. 146
+Je*)shfhrklter}
PAGE FIVE
iTEII TO HEAD
Joseph R. Steinr one of the as-
ciates of the Southern Liquor
mpany, has been appointed
.lairman of the Initial Gifts di-
vision of the 1946 Combined Jew-
$783,100 Goal Set by CJA
JOSEPH R. STEIN
*h Appeal, it was announced to-
fay by Wra. D. Singer, campaign
hairman.
The Initial Gifts division this
tear will be counted on to lead
Jhe way in securing the large
fcum of money necessary to meet
lis year's campaign goal of $738,-
100.
In accepting his appointment
.s Chairman of this Division, Mr.
3tein said, "We cannot do any-
thing for the 5,700,000 of our fel-
low Jews who have died, but we
can do something for the 1,250,000
Btill living in hunger, poverty,
nisery and homelessness in Eur-
ope."
bince his arrival from Jackson-
ville in 1936, Stein has been asso-
ciated with a number of com-
nunal welfare agencies, is active
i the board of the Miami Y and
a trustee of Temple Israel. In
Edition to his Jewish interests,
Itein for four years was chair -
an of the State Racing commjs-
>n, the only Jewish man to be
j honored.
[A vice-president of the Greater
liami Jewish Federation, he has
br many years been an active
wnpaigner in Federation drives.
His wife, Elsie, is active in
numerous Jewish organizations in
this city. They have one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lewis Gorfine, and one
on, Marshall, who is now attend-
ing New York Military academy.
JEWISH SURVEY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
forefront of the danger points.
For example, out of 1,664 men in
he Army alone, 410 have been in
he infantry and 494 have been
i the air corps, the two reputedly
lost dangerous branches of the
Army. Substantial numbers of
Jews have suffered casualties,
have been prisoners, etc. This
ipart of the Survey discloses the
'same type of information that
similar surveys have shown in
I other parts of the country, that
[Jews in this war, as in other wars,
[have always done more than their
I share."
The survey estimates that a
total of 2,425 local Jewish men
(and women have served in the
armed forces. This number was
computed on the basis of the
cards returned from the sampling
of the population. The War Rec-
[ ords committee of the Greater
Miami Army-Navy committee of
the National Jewish Welfare
board has compiled a list of the
actual names of 1,777 men and 42
women from Greater Miami who
have served during the war.
However, the War Records com-
mittee is still working to gather
a complete list of local Jewish
servicemen and women.
Of the total 1,819 names listed
by the War Records committee,
52 are reported killed in action,
5 missing, 7 prisoners of war and
48 wounded. Computed on the
basis of the total Jewish popula-
tion and a total estimated number
of men and women in the armed
forces, the survey committee
found that 8.3 percent of the Jew-
ish residents in this area have
served during the war.
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
$4,000; American Ort Federation, $2,250; Pioneer Women's
Organization, $2,250; Hebrew Sheltering & Immigrant Aid So-
ciety, $2,100.
Vaad Leumi, $1,500; American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, $1,500; American Fund for Palestinian Institution, $1,000;
Icor, $1,000; Vaac Hahatzala. $1,000; Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
$500; Ezras Torah, $100.
Agencies under the civic-protective classification were prom-
ised $10,750, divided as follows: Joint Defense Appeal, $6,500;
American Jewish Congress, $2,500; Jewish Labor Committee,
$1,000; American Jewish Conference, $700; Conference on
Jewish relations, $500.
NATIONAL SERVICE AGENCIES
National Service agencies will receive $5,785, as follows:
National Jewish Welfare Board, $4,000; Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds, $1,575; American Association
for Jewish Education, $250; Jewish Occupational Council, $50.
EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL FIELD
A total of $4,275 was allocated to agencies in the educational
and cultural field: Jewish Theological Seminary, $750; Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological and Yeshiva College, $750; B'nai
B'rith Wider Scope, $500; Jewish Institute of Religion, $350;
Yeshiva Tora Vodaath and Mesifta, $250; Hebrew Theological
College, Chicago, $200; Hebrew Union College, $200.
Dropsie College, $150; Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, $125;
Yiddish Scientific Institute, $100; Lubavitch Yeshivoth, $100;
Rabbi Israel Maer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary, $100; Hista-
druth Ivrith, $75; Ner Israel Rabbinical College, $75; American
Academy for Jewish Research, $50; American Biblical Encyclo-
pedia Society, $50; Gradute Faculty of Pol. & Social Science,
$50; Jewish Chautaqua Society, $50.
Jewish Information Bureau, $50; Jewish Statistical Bureau,
$50; Jewish Teachers Seminary, $50; Rabbi Jacob Joseph School
and Mesifta, $50; Rabbi Solomon Huger Yeshiva, $50; Rab-
binical College of Telshe, $50; Tifereth Jerusalem and Mesifta,
$50.
HEALTH AND WELFARE AGENCIES
In the health and welfare field $700 was allocated as fol-
lows: Leo N. Levi Hospital, $400; National Farm School, $100;
Jewish Consumptives and Ex-Patients Relief Society, $100;
Jewish Publications Society, $50; Jewish Braille Institute, $50.
For campaign expenditures, $32,584 has been set aside and
reserves for contingencies and collection losses amount to
$82,742.50.
Discussing the action of Federation, Sam Blank, member of
the campaign cabinet, said, "I feel, in light of things overseas
and the terrible conditions there, that we must raise the goal
set by our 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal. I feel sure that the
Jewish community of Miami will respond liberally in this
emergency situation."
Another member of the cabinet, Monte Selig, declared, "I
think that the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami
will be significant in leading the way for communities through-
out the country. We have a large Jewish community and I
believe we will go over the top in reaching our goal so vital
for overseas relief."
"The top givers have always met their responsibility in our
campaigns and I am sure they will meet their responsibility
in our goal of $783,100 for the 1946 campaign as they have in
the past," said Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the Initial Gifts
division. Stein said that this year's giving would not be con-
sidered a basis for giving in future years.
At the board meeting, announcement was made of the
general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds to be held in Detroit Feb. 8-11. Max Orovitz,
Federation president, will appoint four Miamians to attend the
conference.
An application for membership by the Kadimah chapter
of the Pioneer Women's Organization was accepted, as was
the resignation of Mrs. Etta Lavine from the board of directors.
Mrs. Lavine resigned because she is now office manager of
Federation.
Humorist's Talk Set (or Sunday
Have you heard the one about
Mr. Goldstein and Mrs. Epstein?
If you haven't, you probably will
hear it when Irving Davidson, the
O-
Jewish "Ripley," waxes forth on
Jewish wit and humor at Miami
Beach Senior High school Sun-
day evening.
Davidson's lecture is under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Jewith Cultural committee. A
member of the New York bar,
he lectured here several years
ago.
He is well-known for his ar-
ticles and talks on Jewish his-
torical oddities and is now com-
pleting a manuscripe on Jewish
humor.
Learn to DrireModern Way
Army and Navy Inatructora
Agency for Driven Llceneea
And Auto Taga
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082
EL COMODORO HOTEL
SOLARIUM
and HEALTH CENTER
8. W. 2nd At*, and First St.
SWEDISH MASSAGE
SUN BATHS
CABINET BATHS
MEN WOMEN
r. c. Mclaughlin
Juit Ask for Mc
Formerly Dallas Park
Phone 2-5578
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Boosters Installed
DON S. COLEMAN
Phone 4-7485
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NO WONDER
it's good .... it s
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FAMOUS FOR
FINE FLAVOR
SINCE 1866
ENJOY A
BOTTLE OF
EHRET'S BEER
TODAY!
DISTRIBUTOR
ROBERT KNOBaWholesale Beer & Wine
2049 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla.
Telephone 2-5824
FOR
INTELLIGENT
HANDLING
OF YOUR
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE,
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE
PHONE 4-7027
B'NAI B'RITH
SHOLEM LODGE
and
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
cordially invites you to attend the
JOINT INSTALLATION
BANQUET AND DANCE
at the
TERRACE RESTAURANT
23rd Street and Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
JANUARY 20. 1946 6:00 P. M.
$7.50 per Person Phone 3-6306 for R
Or Mail the Attached Blank
BANQUET COMMITTEE
B'NAI B'RITH
330 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32. Fla.
Please reserve______
ations
---------plates at $7.50 per plate for
me at the Joint Installation Banquet and Dance of Sholem
Lodge and Miami Beach Lodge to be held January 20th, at
Terrace Restaurant for which I am enclosing $____________
Name----------------------------------------------------------------
Address,
(Make All Checks Payable to B'nai B'rith Banquet Committee)
Indicate Choice: Chicken_____ Fish___
(List Names of Party and Attach)
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DON'T FORGET
I of drives an paigns, we cannot forget me
DadeCeuntv .-,:-,,:, :y \ .,,.:.- *: ':. --,:
^ e Chest wiU use.every dollar to *
... ^ and eve] ,:, 0f us. By supporting the needs of the
Ches s bettej the condition of the less tortunate. In so a< ...
wo raise theu standard ol living This makes foi ;:ec;e:
_..,. government and a more decent place in which tc
and when called upon. Tc youi share foi ihe Com-
munity Chest._________
A MAGNITUDiNOUS UNDERTAKING
. G .. Miami lewish Fedei [on directorB met last
week, rhe purpose was to approve 1946 allocations
organizations. Ihe total was to comprise the quota foi
lorthcomincj campaic n
st mentns oi deliberation lh >udg I committee
recommended a goal ol 5532,200. Aftei recognizmg the n<
oi overseas agei udget commite
... appropriauon as Miami's assistance to the majoi responsi-
... United Jew ish
ectors beard a report from c represented
. oi the national SI DC XZ CDC drive to
s deplorable status ol the need} overseas was ae-
bc............. "f factual r ici.
rhe reaction ot community .ec^e:s:-..y is evident rhe desue
was not :: but how much ol the burden w can assume a
this critical yeca
_:...-. i Combined Jewish Appeal Miami has
aece a ha [-million dollai quota :c: the A as pan of its
S78: ... ... toi ocal national and overseas agencies ...:
di< .:. cast the moid poured.
The Greatei Miami ev Ish community has come oi age
It .s ..v.....! It is able- its past v;;:;:::.:
Il is pro this gigantic campaign which is
mu< ........- i Ke.
Cre success ::: this drive as ;..:
residents fully recognizing theii obligations will come .c the ::::
;th work and with funds.
A COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION
Cnicial announ( forma ion c: a citizens
ospiial ..::; appears .
.;:-. F'.cr.dian
A subject cr discuss plan has been bandiedl
much : ... aiportance th< sec ::: .-.
os .....slds
... c: this community will make c rich con-
ation to *J arec '_. ..-.; opening c:
the proposed hospita Surveys and studies .
substar. sucr. : se the :dea projects sel: -..-._. zs Jewish
doctors are gver-incr easing, prcbLe:ns
ie future ..;:... oi this committee
We pled; .... rrcrs .:. ihis endecvoi
MJOC Affiliates With
Bureau oi Education
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Mrs. Monte Selig Appointed
Women's Division Chairman
Monte
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Appeal will
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Selig will
Anna
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Seiig and Mrs. Matilda Ratner ducuu
th Wm. D. Singer, campaign chairman.
pulicy is evident in the records
nf past campaigns. We have con-
tributed, in'u large measure, to
their success. Now we feel that
the pressing needs are a challenge
tn us, not simply as adjuncts to
: men-folks, but as individuals,
as women."
Mrs. Selig made special men-
tion of President Truman's decla-
ration of the admission of Hii.OOO
immigrants to the United States.
"The adjustment of these im-
migrants to American life, their
education for citizenship, their
rehabilitation." she explains, "are
but one of the many problems
handled by the Combined Jewish
Appeal, and one which is of keen
interest to American Jewish
women because of our intense
otion to national ideals."
About 50 of the outstanding
women of Miami are being in-
1 to serve on the V,
ial Gifts committee.
Center To Be Host To
Leadership Course
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First Open Meeting
t oi meeting of 1
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GROUP SEEKS TALENT
FOR RAINBOW ROMP
GANNES TO PRESENT
LECTURE ON PALESTINE
IN THE LIGHTER VEIN

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tut. resents on v to relax e: ov tie
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meet ng oi the
trict, 8 p.m.
th< Miami J
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A SUGGESTION i
r. -;:- :: c^veaen^rtives who coast)
ewj- wonrence Orccnaed serenz] years 3
"-'- 'I-' -'-' -^ K>mmumtie of Aaer.cc
ba, te Nrtion^TsporTseen
:
3 activate a much heiahiiexconA-0^
and afanq fa new- wdo^emen, would do ^, B4 ~9Kag
RQGN OF TERROR'
CCNTiNtED FROM PAQE 1,
tteeat
Jews
le ef-
. Ameri.
N said
they
Wl* in that
A call for local talent has been
by the Miami Hebrew
and Junior Congregation,
is planning an Annual
bow Romp and Purim Frolic.
Auditions for singers, ci
and specialty numbers will be
held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the
Y. A professional
ing teacher and pianist will teach
th routini -.
The show will be writti
I r< cted by Myron Nev
t Peldan is chairman of the
show. His committee includes
Mrs E. Moss. Mrs. M. Ofsowitz.
Mrs. H. Feldan. Mrs. M. Newman.
Mr. .ind Mrs. M. Jacobskind and
nd Mrs. N. Blumberg. who
will have charge of decorations.
v, costumes, music and lo-
catii >n.
Milton Wiener, assisted by J.
Bierman, is chairman of the Jour-
nal committee. Mrs. E. L. Becker
Mrs. S. Kostoff will direct
publicity.
F r further information about
thi trvouts, call Mrs. Jacobskind
at 2-7066 or Mrs. Blumben: at
3-0600.
YOUTH TO ORGANIZE
nization meeting of a
lming People's league will be
held at Temple Beth S:
Wednesday evening at 7:30
o clock. Men and women of the
ages 18 to 25 are eligible for
membership.
A Young Judaea rally for child-
ren aged 10 to 15 will be held in
the Community building of Con-
tion Beth Jacob Tuesday
ng at 7 for the purpose of
forming two vouth groups under
idership of Judy Saal and
m Felt.
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PARTY TO BENEFIT
RELIEF SOCIETY
Mrs. Louis Rosenthal will be
hostess at a man jongg and card
party in her home. 4519 Roval
' aim ave.. tomorrow night at 8
P m. Entire proceeds of the
Party will be turned over to the
(later Miami Jewish Cons-iniP-
tives' Relief society. Admission
is one dollar. Refreshments will
be served
The Auxiliary of the Relief so-
Oety will hold a board meeting
ft "e home of Mrs. Alex Li bow.
16'6 James ave., 8 p. m. Tuesday.
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PJmUii fhrUknn
PAGE SEVEN
Beth David to Hold
Double Installation
A double installation of officers
[of Beth David Sisterhood and the
Inewly formed P.-T. A. will take
place Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at
Beth David auditorium. Mrs.
Jack August and Mrs. Edward
Safer are now presidents of the
\-i) organizations.
Mrs. Joseph M. Fine will serve
installing officer. Mrs. Alex
Babel will be toastmistress. The
Evocation will be delivered by
[rs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Max
Jiapiro will give the benediction.
J The program, of which Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers is chairman,
irill include a reading of a dra-
natic version of a current Broad-
yay hit and will be presented by
se Misses Barbara Frumkes.
Terry F i s h m a n and Phyllis
Schnall, students of Mrs. Norman
Lyons.
Cantor Abraham Friedman will
ender musical selections and will
accompanied at the piano by
4rs. J. Kameren. Mrs. Herman
Jlepian is general chairman of
rrangcments.
rNTERMAN TO SPEAK
)N TALMUD'S EFFECT
Dr. I. Unterman will deliver a
lecture on "The Effect of the
Talmud on Jewish Nationalism"
for the Bialik Branch, 290, Jewish
.National Workers' alliance at the
|Beach Y Monday at 8:30 p. m.
At the executive meeting of the
alliance a report of the New
gear's eve affair was given. H.
Serota and A. M. Droff were co-
phairman and Mrs. P. Rubin, Mrs.
Vitter and Mrs. Sarah Produce
vcre in charge of preparing the
lood.
^olk Songs Featured
The Bialik Singing society,
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in cooperation with
Ihe Beach Y, meets every Tues-
day at 8 p. m. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Approximately 20 peo-
)le have joined the society which
under the direction of Mme.
.,ena Coen.
A program of Hebrew, Yiddish
id English folk songs is being
prepared. Membership is still
ppen.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
ave. at 41at it.. Miami Beach: Leon
Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer. can-
tor. Liberal -HYlday evening services,
8:15 p.m. itjiIjI>i Kronish win speak on
"Freedom of Religion for Children."
A social hour will follow with the
Mesdames l*1-" Galnee, Irving Gordon
ami Martin itoksiw aa hostesses. Bab-
bath services, 10:48 a. in. Cantor Kel-
emer win render the musical portions
of nil services. Worshippers are
urged lo com.- early anil mediate I"
the Temple duriiiK the 16 minute
organ prelude which precede! each
service. Religious school. Sunday
morning, io a. m. Hebrew school,
weekday afternoons, 3:4."> p. m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID,
135 N. W. Third ave.: Max Shapiro,
rabbi; A. S. Friedman, cantor. Con-
servative Late Friday evening serv-
ices, B:1S l). m. Itnhlil Shapiro and
Cantor Friedman, assisted bv the
Choir, win officiate. Community
Chesl Bnbbath win he observed In
view of the campaign. Stanley C.
Myers, general campaign chairman.
will he guest speaker. His suh.leet
Is "In Search of Myself.'- The open-
ing and closing prayers and a few
words of greeting win be given by
representatives of the HZH chapter
oi B'nal B'rith, Sabbath services,
8:30 a. ill. and student services, 10:30
a. in. Bar Mitsvah breakfast club
for boys and Kills. Sunday morning.
8:80, This Sunday Mr. anil Mrs.
Harry Simons will be hosts and Abe P.
Cannes, executive director of the llu-
reau of Jewish Kilucatlon. will he
guest, Last Saturday morning. Rev.
(Caiman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Sha-
piro, spoke during the services on
"A Correct Approach.'
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th
St. Saul Appelbaum. rabbi. Reform
Friday evening services, S:l."i p.m.
Rabbi Appelbaum will deliver the first
of three sermons on great texts from
the Hlhle. I. The Psalms, chapter S3,
"The Lord Is My STiepherd." BlWl
It'rith Girls will participate In the
service on the subject 'Jewish Youth
In the World of Tomorrow." Anita
Malimnl will recite a prayer and IV>-
le.ii Kaler and Rita JO Quarter will
bless and light the candles. Other
I'.I'.C girls who will take part are Oor-
othv Golden, Carol Aronovlta, Natalie
l.evlne and Harhara Uoyell. At the
reception in Kaplan hall following the
services, the Mesdames Henjamln
Landau, Malvln I,lrhtcr and Adolph
Wcrthelmer and members of P.P.O will
be hostesses, Saturday morning ser-
vices, n a.m. Sunday school, io u.m.
till noon.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER.
1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Irving
Lehrman. rabbi. Emanuel Barkan,
cantor. ConservativeFriday evening
services, 6:18 p.m. Uite Friday eve-
nine services 1:1.* pin Iuls Nlzer.
author of "What to Do With C.er-
inanv," will be guest speaker. His
subject will be "Cnltlng the Adams
or Splitting the Atoms." Cantor Bar-
kan will chant the services, assisted
by the Center Choir under the direc-
tion of Joseph Sohrelbman, musical
director. Sabbath morning services.
9 a.m. The liar Mlizvas of Jerome,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Witt, and
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Furmnn, will be celebrated. Rabbi
Lehrman will speak on the "Weakly
Portion of the Law." Junior congre-
gation Saturday. 10 a.m. Saturday
evening, Mincha at '> p.m.. followed
bv Bhaloa Budoa and uaariv. .\z.\-
liin; Bar Mlttva breakfast Sunday. 9
a in Judge Harold Bjpaet, acting
president of the Miami Beach Zionist
district, will J>e guest speaker. Youth
council activities every Monday. Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday evening.
Arts and crafts, Wednesday after-
noons, Junior Youth council dance
for the 7th, 8th and 9th grades Satur-
day, S:16 p.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th ave.;
Rev. Maurice Mamches, cantor. Ortho-
dox Friday evening services. 5:46 p,
in. Late Friday evening services.
S:l", p. 111. Rev. Mamches will con-
duct the services and lead the OOm-
munal singing. Adult Saturday
morning services. : a. m. irwin
Moore will become Bar Mlttva. Junior
congregation. In a in. at Schaarel
/.ed.k Shalos SudOB, 5:J0 P. m.
Dally sei vices, v p, in. and r,:3!i p. m.
Hebrew school, 4-7 p. m. Sunday
school, 10 a. m. till noon. The fol-
lowing activities are held at the
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Student council. Sunday noon. Bar
Mltzva breakfast group for boys aged
12 and up. Sunday, S a. m. Maftlr-
fantor group. Saturday. 3:30 p. m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi;
Louis D. Feder. cantor. Orthodox
Friday evening services, ."i: 1 ~< p. m.
I.aie r'ridjiv night forum, K:30 p. m.
Kabbl Mescheloff will speak on "A
New Year in Palestine." Cantor Fe-
der will lead the communal singing.
Saturday morning adult services. 8:80.
Intermediate services for adolescents
at !i a. ill. Junior services for children
of elementary school age at in a. m.
TO MARK HOLIDAY
Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith
will meet at 3 p.m. Sunday at the
home of P. Puehoff, 1130 S. W.
Ninth St.. to celebrate Chamisho
Osor B'Shevat. All Hebrew
speaking people are invited to
attend.
Bible study. 4 p. in under the direc-
tion of S. I. Friedman. Shalos Sudos.
5:15 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on tin* "Portion of the Week."
Sunday school from lo till noon, .v
Palestine program Including a motion
nil lure and exhibit will be presented.
Religious scl.....I daily fron 1 to 7 p, in.
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Tuesday and Wednesday, January 15-16
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3. Volunteer some spare time to
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The more you do
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vJenisli fh-iridHicnn
PAGE NINE
jh Dies A Week
Aftr Engagement
Sidney Appel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. aiin Appel, of 4430
iyal P. \, '- .. -'. !<
luiida*in;; it '" his dormitory at
:hapei li V C. : < no was
student. "' '
_j years o!,i i-\ l>. 1.
Young -v ....... :- '
Miss 1. t.v Murks on Dec. 29
bile toe vacationing from
hool. 1. i-.d been a student m
e Nav>
His pa. .Is flew lo New York
uesday t i attend funeral serv-
H at the Uiverside Memorial
iiapel i i-iesdaj
HU|<-.....
ri^HBy >
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{enry Gregor To Give
beries ol lAusicaies
Pianist iieniy Gregor will ap-
._'ar in t u..-,t ol live Monday
veiling i ties presented by
he Uni. mi School
i. Musu ...i. y at U:3U p. m.
the b
He w- ir ;i program of
omposn :,..,. Scar-
latti as. :d uy Celeste Moon,
ino.
Scajfctt.. v. iio is called the
founder ie m
music, I* works
i i winged r ,
:eason
cuffejeni .. i,
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naiu*(Wio mc pieces on tne pro-
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BATTEK UP!
AD'Ani":- and adult members
of the T
to play -'i..v
morning. mes are played
TKi., ,,ir :'! . ai it Eighth ave. from
ill noon.
. i info pi ition, see
::, Milton Friedman or
Sid.
him \ til ci larti ra and many
i \.. i nil ihla
p terms.
i' ir only J :
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9 9
THE POLITICAL SCENE
Will tin- Brit 11
dare to dj e Jewish >
cy? Tl ion ....
list leaders,
parti* u ports to thi
effect i
app irei I ly ai a trial b Lloon. It
is imp Co note that the
!
powei ed to tie Jew
v. Ai ful .-an...' of tri
I that it
v.... li 11 to the mi power
to bring the A
ence i Boon < it saw (it. It
would not take much legal
ment to prove thai the i ight to
abolisl is d >m the
to eate. 'i lis i.. the weapi m in
cnt British c ibinet. It is this
realizi tioi
ol for the i t neither
the Jewish Agent y, m
i m Weizm
resigned in protest agai
Be\ in i cm i. ;ning Id
have simply played into the
Is of a that
would like nothing better. In
: t. ime Zi I tps would
not be surp > i ee, in the
fu e, a B
liquid
A nd to i bsti tu te in its
t lead-
'. Tl e
belief thai
. Foreign
' : I '/..' < l-
ist
Z I : b i The lab
are espec ally embittered, b 8
tiii y i xpei ted a
proach from the li:;t. I.
rot t-> t;." I 'alei c
qi ... 'l .,'. feel doubly i> -
d by : I '
both as Z id as 1
THE ZIONIST SCENE
Ni it! Dr. Weizmann not Dr.
Hillei Silver will testify
i i the Anglo-American In-
committee on Palestine at
igs m Washington. Dr.
refused to appear be-
not believe in CO-
with the committee,
ipal Zionist speakers at the
....<* will be, therefore, Dr.
n '->. Wise and Dr. Lmaii-
,.... inn. The question of
to iperate u ith the in-
committee was lengthily
led at a closed session of
. an Zionist Emergency
. Those who advocated
i) ti n in the hearings ar-
.: | is important t>> have
Zi......-t testimony on the record,
the recommendations
he committee may be. A
dly mei ting took place this
i New York between Dr.
Wi izmann and leaders of the
American Jewish committee. Dr.
Weizmam i i had a heart-to-
heart talk this week with a
, Jewish editors and lead-
i i ,: i. a,: is at a tea party at
Issex house in New York.
Ehezer Kaplan, treasurer of the
ish Agency, who is now on a
... i thii country, is urging a
sj stem of distribu-
l Pali stine Appeal
He is asking that these
ds not be distributed in the
1 States between the Jewish
i Fund and the Keren
Hayesod, but be sent to the Jew-
i .. cutive in Pales-
tine. It will then be up to the
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PHONE 4-5860
TOP SOIL
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
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Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
THE HEART OF *. DOWNTOWN MIAMI
* !' MIAMI
4| NOHTMIAIT FIRST AVIMUI
Advantages of a
Dade Federal Mortgage
Consult US on Financing or Refinancing
Your Home
Low Rates
Reasonable Interest
charges on unpaid bal-
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Easy Payments
Payments, including in-
terest and principal, need
be no more than present
monthly rental, and in
many cases are less than
present monthly rental.
Payments can include
taxes, insurance, etc.
O Long Time To Pay
Long term monthly pay-
ments automatically pay
off Mortgages without re-
financing and without a
strain on income.
Prompt Service
Immediate attention given
to all customers. Being a
Miami institution, all prob-
lems can be solved here
by Dade Federal Loan
Committee.
Q 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 .
ipb M. Lipton, President
executive to decide on the spot
how much each of the organi-
zations benefiting from the UPA
should get, affording to its ac-
tual needs.
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HERE AND THERE
Strict secrecy veils the arrival
here of General Deniken, whose
name is linked with the murder
of tens of thousands of Pews in
the Ukraine The Czarist gen-
eral was rushed off the "Queen
Elizabeth" upon landing in Mew
York and taken to a place where
he cannot be reached by news-
papermen Efforts by report-
ers to interview him have failed
so far How has it happened
that this general, responsible for
brutal pogroms, received a U. S.
visa and succeeded in gfetting
transportation, although very few
visas are being issued to stateless
persons and transportation is not
available even to many Ameri-
cans in Europe? And spe ik-
ing of questions, the military au-
thorities in Germany still owe
a plausible answer to the follow-
ing questions: What purpose did
it serve to give so much pub-
licity to Hitler's "testament?" .
Was there not enough anti-
Semitism spread by Hitler during
his life? Must this vile propa-
ganda be perpetuated by making
public a doubtful document cal-
culated to make Hitler "immor-
tal?" Is not the publication
of this "document harmful to the
work of educating the Germans
to forget Hitler and his preach-
ings? We hear that Elizabeth
Bergner, the well-known Ger-
man-Jewish actress and film star
who is now acting in New York,
been invited to return to Bei-
lin and help revive German film
production We also hear that
Miss Bergner might take the
chief roll in a film based on the
life of Dr. Lise Meitner, the
Austrian-Jewish scientist whose
irch led to the discovery of
the atomic bomb .
IT'S THE TOPS IN CLEANING AND PRESSING
STRAND CLEANERS
2108 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3-5218
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Freedom !
to Fend for Herself...
This little girl is freeto fend for
herself! Freeto face a multitude
of problems.
Her problems are the world's
problems. Let's face them.
For instance, let's face the des-
perate need lor clothing by the
victims of Nazi and Jap oppres-
sion.
Dig into your attics, trunks,
and closets today dig out all
the clothing you can spare.
What WV Can Dot
1. Get together all the
clothing you can spare.
2. Take it to your local
collection depot imme-
diately.
3. Volunteer some
spare time to your local
committee.
The more you do
the hitter you'll feel
VlCTOKT CLOTiiING COLLECTION
for Overseas *MjAM7*3t I
ENRY J. KAISER
Yational Chairman
This advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council lor tht
Victory Clothing Collection, and is sponsored by
SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
44 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami 3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach
KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
106 N. Miami Ave. 261 E. Flagler 231 11th St. Miami Beach
Miami
P. A. AUSLEY
66 N. W. 4th St.
Miami
MR. HENRY GREGOR
2025 Brickell Ave. Miami
THE GARDEN RESTAURANT Hallman Grocery & Market
2235 S. W. 8ih St.
EGNER & MULCAHY, TaUors
11 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
139 N. E. FIRST STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
STATEMENT CF CONDITION, AS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
DECEMBER 31, 1945
r RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks
. Gc.vernment Securities
s.a.e and Municipal Bonds
Other Marketable Bonds
: NY St .-. Exchange
Total Cash and Securities
ConuneteUJ Loans to Individuals. Firms and
Corporations
F.H.A. rifle II First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate
Total Loans and Mortgages
Furniture and Fixtures
Fecerai Reserve Banlc Stock
Accrued Interest Receivable
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources
Customers' Liability-Letters of Credii
S 10,948.198.17
23.925.604.91
640.687.27
345.419.17
S35.859.909.52
5.524.306.54
71.503.64
Total Resources
5,595.810.18
50.093.13
30.000.00
83.086.SO
14.761.61
116.954.81
$41,750,615.75
Capital -Common Stock) L J A B L I T I E S
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Reserves
500.000.00
500.000.00
542.391.28
Demand
Time
DEPOSITS
S 1.542.391.28
per annum on Time and Savings
Total Deposits '- over W.000 g
Letters of Credit
Total Liabilities
$ 35.417.439.95
4.660.329.71
40.077.769.66
130.454.81
FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO BANKS rnnr. S41.750.615.75
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PAGE ELEVEN
ENDS SERVICE.
SUME PRACTICE
land Mis. Elry Stone will
to Miami Sunday after
pars' absence from Miami,
ic completion of his ter-
eave, Cl. Stone will re-
ins law practice at 1010
Is bldg.
nber of the bars of Geor-
gia and Florida, Col. Stone has
been adm:Ui(l to prtictice before
me court of the United
He came to Miami in
in i Savannah and is a
or World War I, in which
18 months overseas,
ne re-entered the ser-
ice f4Br years ago as a reserve
fficer with the rank of major
a tl ^Bdge advocate general de-
Bt at Washington. He
if am staff judge advocate at At-
mta and Jacksonville and was
lso ^fconed at Camp Rucker,
da., and Camp Kmivst, Term.,
'here be was with the Secretary
f War's (olTicer.-O Disability Rc-
iew board.
Col. Stone is a past president
f B'nai B'nth Sholem lodge and
he Fifth district of B'nai B'rith;
n officer of the Jewish Welfare
ureau; secretary-treasurer of the
ederatlon, and a member of Hal-
ey Seeds post. American Legion.
Ie and his wife will reside at
127 aW. 16th ter.

"Iegal
NOTICES
>r Kthia-i'v m i >: i :s c-i.rirr
f ANi' l'H: i'A hi: cminty,
FLORII A l.\ I la H1ATK.
No. 17098
still.- of SAMUEL B. GES-
ilS.'lt.
ICE TO CREDITORS
.lit..is and aii Persona Hav-
ns or Demands Against Said
in.h of you, are hereby
r..iulred to present any
nd demands which you. or
you. may have against the
SAMUEL B. GKSNER. de-
ll.- .if Diide County. Florida,
bn. w. in.antoN, County
Hade ('.unity, and file the
his office In the County
In D.i.l.- County, Florida.
pRht calendar months from
the first publication here-
cliilms or demands to con-
tgal addresi of the claimant
sworn to and presented as
or same will be barred.
lion 120 of the 1933 I*robate
inuarv 9. A. D. 19 HI,
FLORENCE GESNER.
Inlnlstratrlx of the Estate of
S-iuiiiel B. Gesncr, deceased.
SILVER,
for Administratrix.
2/1
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
DA. IN PROBATE.
No. 17055
ESTATE OF DAVID K.
deceased,
TICK TO CREDITORS
editors and All Persons Hav-
Baims or Demands Against
state:
kn.l eiich of you, are hereby
land required to present any
nd demands which von. or
vou. may have against the
DAVID K. REED, deceased
piide County. Florida, to the
F. BLANTON. Countv Judge
[County, and file the same In
In the County Courthouse In
Minty, Florida, within eleht
months from the date of the
?licatlon hereof, Said claims
to contain the legnl ad-
the claimant and to be sworn
Resented as aforesaid, or same
'd. See Section 120 of the
bate Act.
December 27. A. D. 1945.
ESTHER K. REED,
tec.itrlx of the T.ast Will and
lament of DAVID K. REED,
ed.
SILVER.
pv for Executrix.
PE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
fslgned. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
FLUORESCENT & APPI.I-
p.. at 3670 S. W. 22nd St.. In-
[ register said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
EDWARD BERNSTEIN.
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IN GREATER MIAMI
STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
Good LocationReasonable Prices
1348 S. W. Second Si.
For Reservations for Dinners
Phone 3-7539
THE
BROOK CLUB
ANNOUNCES
the season's opening
Nan Wynn
Cappello & Patricia
Jules Lande Orchestra
Pedro and his
Rumba Orchestra
MANETTI. Maitre d'Hotel
Reservations
Telephone 6-2658
We've Thought of Everything At
THE
DORCHESTER
Collins Ave. at 19th St.
OPEN
And Accepting Reservations
Private Beach and Pool
Private Parking Space
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Phones: 58-1855, 5-9527
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* THIS IS MIAMI
STARRING
JOHNNY JOHNSTON
MGM SING1XU STAK
JAN MURRAY
NO. 1 ON YOL'K LAFF PARADE
RUSSELL SWAN
DAVE TVI.KR CAT A UNO
Orchestra
Ik* ssest hIsm llllif III Issslif list sa MIibI !(
Uiitr tsstnlslti si Htllll "MaL" tUNM.
The Finest International Cuisine in ihe World
TABLE D'HOTE and A LA CARTE
Imported Champagnes and rare Wimt of
old riniage choice Liqueurs
Music by CHARLIE III BECK
DANCING Until 11 No Cover Charsr
Rtservstlou Call LOUIS, 68-ZBai
end His orchentra
Dinner Music
1 morocco
restauranwbar rau
Collins Ave. at 33rd St. Miami Beach
REVLIN HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 13th St
MIAMI BEACH
Our Dining Room Is Now
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M.
Dietary Laws Observed Reservations Suggested Ph. 58-3668
PAPPY'S
MIAMI BEACH
AIR
CONDITIONED m Specializing
------------ In ... .
9 A.M.-3 A.M.
FINE FOODS
COLLINS AT 20TH
BROILED STEAKS
Prime Ribs of Beef

I ENDEB. later stoka thai
will inHt In yuur mouth urved la
tbe coolest place In town from 4 to
midnight. New Orleans cuisine
Muilc by Marty Baye at the plane
In tbe cocktail lounge.
626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 21711
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STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
ALDEN HOTEL
2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
Under Management ot GARTENBERG 8c SCHECHTER
Bluiuenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M to 9 P. M
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
I i il- M i 't iii*-m1 ul it-. () n it l < n i <. .f tint I in m'sl
Telephone 58-2979
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal Af The
London Arms Hotel
727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264
$2.50
STEAKS. CHOPS.
CHICKEN and
OTHER VARIETIES
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY
SERVED
FROM
5:30 to 8:00 P. M.
Catering to Weddings, Banquets and Bar Milivah Parlies
The
Only Iiu\
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 5-4058Open Daily and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M.
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Bast Meal in Town
645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478
Vir.lRIFCill*
5> I It V I S O
I M i.l AM [I KAN |tWl5H DINNER'
C 0 I L i N 5 A
SPECIALIZING IN
SHORE DINNERS
SELECT STEAKS
Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11
Sunday. 12 to 11
rfA */T.fl\J*r\T
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARTIN CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841
N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register
paid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM WEINSTOCK
D. MARTIN MELTZ
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAH GROWERS at South Dixie
Highway, Kendall, Pla., Intends to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dada County,
Florida.
FLORENCE SMITH.
Hole Owner.
DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH RADIO AND APPLIANCE
SHOP at 140 Espanola Way. Miami
Beach. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
IVY E. KOLCHNER
Sole Owner.
DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flrtltlous name of
BISCAYNE BEAUTY SUPPLY at
7614 N. W. 7th Ave.. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOPIS COHEN
HERBERT BOGNER
SOI. ALEXANDER
12/28 1/4-11-18-26.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TA.MIAMI HOTEL. Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HERMAN SCHULMAN.
J. A. ROSS.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicants.
12/28 1/4-11-18-25________________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BRIGGS. Intend to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH ALEXANDER
SYDNEY J. GREENBERG
HAROLD TURK.
Attorney.
12/14-21-28 1/4-11 .a. __ _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE, at 4106
Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ADAM RABINOWITZ.
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 Dada
County, Florida.
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN.
1/4-11-18-26
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VICTOR HOTEL
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F

IDNDS !
O Clothing thht you may consider old can bfi life i'
[some suffering family to whom war brought years of despair
fend utter destitution.
Bring them new life .. and bring America new friends!
Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 gar-
ments, plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems
negligible, bear this in mind: Every garment you give weans
one more human being saved from cold or sickness or possibly
death. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without
discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in
Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East.
Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today dig out
all the clothing you can spare take it to your local collec-
tion depot now. If you doubt the need for it o\
boys who've been there!
frhatYOVCanDo!
M Get together all the clothing you
can spare.
2 Take it to your local collection depot
immediately.
3 Volunteer some spare time to your
local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY
V" topcoats
v" suits
v" jackets
V pants
v* shoes
J dresses
v* skirts
v* gloves
V" sweaters
v* robes
v" underwear
v* pajamas
v" bedding
The more you do the better you'll feel
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TAKE CLOTHES TO HEADQUARTERS
Washington Ave. At 21st St.-Ample Parking
VOLUNTEER WORKERS ARE NEEDED
PHONE 6-2063
MRS. MURIEL HIRSCH, Dade County General Chairman
'verseas
JM7*3f
HENRY J. KAISER
JVaf/o/ial Cfiairman
KMion, and is sponsored by the following Miami Beach Hotels:
CAMBRIDGE HOTEL
330 Michigan Avenue
E1ARRITZ HOTEL
1435 Collins Avenue
FAIRMONT HOTEL
1300 Collins Avenue
BOULEVARD HOTEL
775 Dado Boulevard
BROADRIPPLE HOTEL
4370 Collins Avenue
LONDON ARMS HOTEL
727 Collins Avenue
ANDRON'S CREST HOTEL
1670 James Avenuo 5-0312
MONROE TOWERS
3010 Coliins Avenue
WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL
8G0 Ocean Drive
OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL
4130 Collins Avenue
AVALON HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
CRESCENT HOTEL
1420 Ocean Drive
HADDON HALL HOTEL
1530 ColLns Avenue
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 Collins Avenue
BISCAYNE HOTEL
135 Biscayne Street
GRANADA HOTEL
1017 Meridian Avenue


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Miamians to Attend
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The executive corr.rr ,. 0f..
Bnai B'nth Fifth d
;n Savannah Jar. i
2fl Attending from
be Milton A. Friedrr.
A the State V
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PAGE FIFTEEN
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"ADMIRAL" KLINE
Hits. Minnie Kline, Victory
bond ch;iirman for the Freda
rkowitz post, Jewish War Vet-
ns, has earned the title of
airal in the drive just con-
cluded by selling over 600 pre-
ferred V. bonds, besides G and
Treasury bonds.
Sirs. Kline is past president of
the Auxiliary and was a four-
itar general in the previous war
bond drive. She was assisted by
Mrs. Pearl Radman, who received
the rank of captain; Mrs. Diana
Ginsburfi. lieutenant, and Miss
Ethel Mintzer. The organiza-
tion sales total $303,655.
Other local women who earned
the title of admiral are Mrs. Rose
Weiss, Mis. Milton Wolf and Mrs.
Anna Berow. Mrs. Weiss worked
with the Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress which
sold a total of $1,827,839.75. the
highest sale.
B'nai B'rith sales by the Sholem
and Beach lodges and the Wom-
en's group totalled $1,600,000.
Bn a recent report, Mrs. Monte
Selig, chairman of the Jewish
division of the drive, stated that
otal of $3,758,002 in bonds had-
^n sold. The organization's
ires read:
|Tcmple Israel's Sisterhood,
1)2,425; Hadassah, $591,465.75;
ami Service league, $103,107.50;
lh Jacob Sisterhood, $107,-
1.25; Beth David Sisterhood,
L627, and Council of Jewish
men, $24,033.75.
fjational Home for Jewish Chil-
,en, $47,500.50; Temple Beth
-Jlolom Sisterhood, $193,375: Na-
tlonal Children's Cardiac Home,
832.035.50; Miami Beach Jewish
fcter Sisterhood. $218,965: Mi-
ni Beach Service league, $293,-
. American Jewish Congress,
1,827,839.75, and B'nai B'rith
fomen, $111,985.
)R. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS
innounces hit return from service
Ind opening of hi office for the
Braetic* of dentistry at 715-17 Sey.
bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appoint-
ment.
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Beach Kennel Club
Opens 18th Season
The third greyhound race
course in Metropolitan Miami
area to launch its winter session
of racingthe Miami Beach Ken-
nel clubopened Wednesday.
The outlook for a successful
season at the oceanside oval looms
bright. With the beach area filled
with northern tourists, and all of
them bulging with bankrolls, a
record breaking inaugural is in
prospect.
William E Gardner, general
manager of the Miami Beach Ken-
nel club, announced officials for
the eighteenth annual meeting.
Ernest Rhine has been named
by Gardner as presiding judge
with Tommy Fineran as associate
judge.
Other officials include R. C.
Davis, racing secretary; John En-
right, director of racing; G. H.
Rogers, paddock judge; S. Drury,
timer and clerk of scales; J. Kelly,
chart writer; J. Erick, starter; L.
A. Shumway, mutuels manager;
George Wingren, track superin-
tendent; P. L. Cartledge, lure op-
erator, and Dr. J. H. Yarborough,
veterinarian.
MJGUST BROS Rv,
Is the itt.ST
Life Ineuranee Estate*
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiHl.isitn.il. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DARU LABORATORIES, at 7614
N. W. 7th Ave., Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SOI. ALEXANDER
HERBERT HOONER
LOCIS COHEN
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DA HONITA GIFTS, at 216 N. E.
First Street. Miami. Florida, Intends
to register wild name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BERTHA V. gom-b.
Sole Owner.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys.
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
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 Dade County. Florida.
ROSE FREEMAN.
MAX BEGIN SKY.
Partners.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
12/21-28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION-
ING & REFRIGERATION CO.. at 201
N. W. Second Avenue, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY KORDON.
Sole Owner.
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
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for Rest
CONVALESCEHCI
jChromic Cash
un-Ray Park
Ith Resort
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of REGALINE MFG. CO.. at 7401
N. W. Thirty-second Avenue, Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HARRY FEINSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
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, hi tend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JENKINS K. COHEN
NORMAN KAHN
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
19/14-21.28 1/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BILT-RITE VENETIAN BLIND CO..
at 2248 S. W. 8th Street, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD HOFFMAN
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for ADnllcant.
12/14-21-28 1/4-11
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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 ROHTNSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BE AC H
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AN URGENT APPEAL
FOR BLOOD DONORS
CALL THE BLOOD BANK
of DADE COUNTY
PHONJ
9-1631
FOR APPOINTMENT
SINCE V-J Day blood donors have shown a steady decline
until the Bank now is seriously in need of blood.
Remember, there still exists a constant demand by the armed
forces for blood. In addition to this, the demand from the largo
number of winter visitors has drained our supply and it will
steadily grow worse.
Thanks to B'nai B'rith Members
This splendid organization has shown a keen interest in our
problems and have become donors generously. As a matter
of fact this group is the largest donor to the Bank. We heartily
appreciate the response. Perhaps there are other members of
B'nai B'rith who will help us. Again, We Thank You!
Blood Bank of Dade County
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