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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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\oster of Distinguished Speakers to Spark
Extraordinary UJA State Conference at Palm Island
ll (km&n**. THE JEWISH UNITY h
^J, T H F IEWISH WEEKLY
OLUME 19 NUMBER 3
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1946
uirers End U.S. Hearings
I Probe Overseas Situation
LODGES JOIN TO
Eutof
The immediate admission into Palestine of 100,000 Jews from
Jj>e, the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth there, the
fion of an international trusteeship for the country, and the
convening of a United Nations conference, under U. S. leader-
ship, to provide havens in many countries for Jews were among
> proposals placed before the Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry on Palestine this week, as Jewish leadersZionist and
" non-Zionisttestified.
Major proposals advocated by
British Jews Mourn Jewish spokesmen were:
H9n JCW5 IVIOUrn j Establishment of an inter-
uj.L t fV L_|oriT national commission, backed by
the United Nations, as a tem-
porary measure for early large-
scale transfer of Jews from the
devastated areas of Europe to
Palestine, asked by Dr. Email-
uel Neumann, vice president of
the Zionist Organization of
America.
2. An international loan, pos-
sibly from the American Im-
port-Export Bank, for the de-
velopment of Palestine, urged
by Robert Szold, another vice
president of the ZOA.
3. A United Nations interna-
tional trusteeship over Pales-
tine as a safeguard for Jewish
immigration and settlement,
called for by Judge Joseph M.
Proskauer. president of the non-
Zionist American Jewish com-
JDON (JTA)Jews in all
flj^Bn tins week mourned Dr.
Herman Hertz, chief rabbi
British Empire since 1913.
lied at his home here after
less of two months. He was
irs old.
fc in Slovakia in 1872. Dr.
wu.s brought t<> New York
age of 12 and was educated
City College of New York,
ibia university and the Jew-
leological Seminary, where
|ok his rabbinical degree.
1894 to 1898 he was rabbi
congregation irf"Syracuse,
until called to the Wit-
rstrand Old Hebrew Congre-
tn in Johannesburg, South
hen the Boer War broke out
39, Hertz was expelled from
Africa by President Paul
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
Pancoast Named
1 Beach Citizen
st recipient of Temple Beth
)m's annual award to Miami
^h's No. 1 private citizen is
Russell T. Pancoast, presi-
of the Servicemen's Pier as-
^tion for the past three and
U years.
3. Pancoast will be awarded
ique at services this evening
le Temple for her work in
lucting recreational activities
lie Pier and its branches dur-
[thc war. The presentation
be made by Mrs. Lester J.
\s, chairman of the awards
littee.
special award will also be
fcnted to Mrs. Judson L. Owen
Memory of her late husband
lis efforts as a member of
Committee.
lers who served on the com-
tv include August Geiger,
D. Montgomery, Louis
sky and Edwara Mercer.
Pancoast has also been
nated for the "First Lady of
[Year in fWwP Miami"
of Beta Sigma Phi busi
[women's Ui^,tllliun.
4. Convening of a United
Nations conference, led by the
United States, to provide ref-
uge for displaced Euror/ \i
Jews in many countries, re-
quested by Lessing J. Rosen-
wald, president of the Ameri-
can Council for Judaism, who
declared that at best Palestine
was "only one of the places"
that could accept the Jews.
Mr. Szold testified that Ameri-
can Jews invested a total of $155,-
000.000 in Palestine, and said that
of this sum, more than $110,000,-
000 was sent to Palestine as gifts
through major Jewish organiza-
tions in the United States and
about $45,000,000 were private
Jewish investments.
Judge Proskauer severely criti-
cized the White Paper restrictions,
emphasizing that "solemn inter-
national agreements have spe-
cifically guaranteed that Pales-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Winnie, On Way Here,
Says He's A Zionist
NEW YORK (JTA)Terming
himself "a Zionist from the very
beginning," former Prime Min-
ister Winston Churchill said this
week that he was still opposed
to the White Paper which re-
stricts Jewish immigration into
Palestine, but believed that the
entire problem was one for joint
Anglo-American action.
(Churchill arrived in Miami
Wednesday morning to vacation
here with his wife.)
Expressing his approval of the
inquiry committee which is now
studying the issue, Churchill told
a press conference, following his
disembarkation from the Queen
Elizabeth, that "I think too heavy
a weight has been thrown on
Britain, considering the compli-
cated nature of her Moslem and
Arab relations."
Although he refused to suggest
any specific suggestion as to how
the United States could help solve
the problem, declaring that he
"would find it difficult to formu-
late any precise ideas at the pres-
ent time," Churchill reiterated his
belief that "far greater results
can be obtained through the ef-
forts of both nations. They might
bring about a most happy solu-
tion for the whole world." he
continued. _________
IT
E
Robert Nathan, Washington
economist and attorney who
last week testified before the
Anglo-American Inquiry com-
mittee, will be the principal
speaker at the joint installation
of B'nai B'rith lodges. Right-
hand man to Donald Nelson.
Nathan was chairman of the
WPB Planning board and was
voted one of the ten outstand-
ing young men of America by
the U. S. Chamber of Com-
merce in 1945. In his testimony
last week, Nathan favored open
immigration to Palestine.
More than 350 delegates from
Florida cities are expected to
convene at the extraordinary
state conference of the United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs and Palestine
Sunday to plan the participa-
tion of local Jewish communi-
ties in the national campaign
for $100,000,000 to provide life-
Osaving relief, rehabilitation and
resettlement for displaced Jews in Europe.
The conference will meet all day, beginning at 10 a. m. at
the Latin Quarter to hear first-hand reports of conditions in
PRICE TEN CENTS
An installation banquet and
dance under the joint sponsorship
of Sholem and Miami Beach
lodges of B'nai B'rith will be held
at the Terrace restaurant at 6
p.m. Sunday. J. Bernard Spector,
general chairman, announces that
a few reservations are left and
may be obtained by calling 3-6306.
Morrice S. Uman, president of
the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges, has come
from Tampa to be installing of-
ficer. C,l. JClry Stone will be
toastmaster.
During the program, Louis Hei-
man, vice president of the Fifth
district of B'nai B'rith, will pre-
sent a charter to the Miami Beach
lodge.
Speeches will be given by Har-
old Turk, outgoing president of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Grossman
Youth for
Organizes
CJA Drive
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Miami Y, has been
appointed organizer of the Youth
division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. William D. Singer, cam-
paign chairman, announces.
Grossman has selected Miss
Natalie Frankel to head the Mi-
ami Beach Youth division and
Ted Sakowitz to head the Miami
group. Miss Frankel and Sako-
witz will appoint subcommittees
to aid them.
The work of the Youth, division
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
CJA Cabinet Adds
2 Yic#-hirmen
The political, military and civilian viewpoint
on overseas' relief and rehabilitation will be
outlined at the UJA state conference Sunday
by this quintet of distinguished speakers.
Top, left to right. Rabbi James Heller. Senator
Barkley, Captain Robert Gamzon, Major Judah
Nadich; right, Leo Herrmann.
Europe and Palestine from a group of distinguished speakers.
Senator Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, majority leader of
the United States Senate; Capt. Robert Gamzon, leader of the
Jewish Maguis in France whose underground activities were
responsible for the rescue of 50.000 Jews from Nazi deportation;
Maj. Judah Nadich, former senior
chaplain in the European theatre
and special adviser on Jewish af-
fairs to General EisenhowerjLeo
Hfimianrt H JmiSareTrt", 'lecre-
tary-general of the Palestine
Foundation Fund, and Dr. James
G. Heller of Cincinnati, national
chairman of the UJA, will be the
principal speakers.
Monte Selip will preside at the
morning session during which
Maj. Nadich will describe condi-
tions in the displaced persons
camps in Germany and Austria
and the desDerate plight of the
100,000 Jewish survivors there.
He will be introduced by Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will deliver the invocation
and Rabbi Leon Kronish will
make the benediction.
Captain Gamzon, who is the
grandson of Chief Rabbi Alfred
Levi of France, will be principal
speaker at the luncheon session
at which Sam Blank will preside.
The 40-year-old underground
Mrs. Max Dobrin and M. J.
Kopelowitz were appointed vice
chairmen of the 1946 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it was announced
today by Chairman William D.
Singer. Mrs. Dobrin will head
the general solicitation group and
Mr. Kopelowitz will head the pro-
fessional group.
In announcing the formation of
the general solicitation group,
Mrs. Dobrin said: "The group has
as its aim the reaching of as
many contributors to the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal as pos-
sible. We feel that every Jewish
resident of the Miami area has
an individual responsibility to
answer the call of our people's
distress. The democratic concept
of our American Jewish life finds
its fullest expression in the will
and eagerness of every single one
of us to share in the regeneration
of our distressed brethren
throughout the world. Democ-
racy implies more than privilege
it involves responsibility. I am
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Fund Drive for Dade Agencies
Launched by 1500 Workers
The Red Feather campaign of
the Community Chest, launched
with an inspiring address by Gen-
eral Chairman Stanley C. Myers,
was in full swing this week and
will continue until the goal of
$810,971 is reached.
Myers said the enthusiasm and
determination of the 1,500 work-
ers indicated that the success of
the drive might come before the
official closing Feb. 1.
Human services to thousands
of Dade county residents depend
upon the outcome of the cam-
paign, he said, sending the work-
ers out with a message of hope
and courage.
Describing Dade county as a
typical community, Myers said:
"Like other cities, selfishness
and greed reside here. Bigotry
and intolerance occasionally rear
their ugly heads. Our people are
often too intent upon reaping
the harvest during these years of
plenty and pay too little atten-
tion to their obligations to so-
ciety. The cold seuibi.rnsa bJr-
rounds us and reaches ou. *o ifle
and immobolize our philanthropic
and charitable impulses. There
is always present the danger that
if we forget for a moment the
needs of our neighbors, the golden
rule, overlook and reject our re-
sponsibilities as citizens, that this
cold of selfishness will destroy us
and the community in which we
live and which we love so much."
Myers also stressed the fact
that agencies supported by the
Communitv Chest provide ser-
vices which are as necessary as
financial aid to "make it possible
for every man, woman, child and
family in this area to live a self-
respecting, normal, healthy and
happy life."
"The need for financial assist-
ance is in almost every case
merely a symptom of some great-
er problem, that if not investi-
gated, diagnosed and treated gen-
erally leads to the breakdown and
deterioration of the individual or
family unit," he said.
The first report meeting Friday
will be followed by report meet-
(Continued on Pane 3)
DADE COUNTY SLOW
IN ANSWERING CALL
Dade county's lack of response
to the call for clothing for
bombed-out Europeans was criti-
cized by Mrs. Muriel Hirsch,
county chairman of the United
National Victory Clothing drive,
this week.
Mrs. Hirsch decried the fact
that thousands are living in lux-
ury here while war victims over-
seas have not even the barest
essentials with which to cover
themselves, and even if they had
the money, there is little clothing
available in Europe for them to
buy.
"What Can You Spare That
They Can Wear?" is the national
slogan in the appeal for all used
and cast-off clothing.
Headquarters for the drive is
2100 Washington ave. Receiving
stations have also been set up in
schools, synagogues, churches,
the American Legion and post-
offices. Two army trucks are
picking up clothes where the size
of bundles warrants it.
NEW YORK, (JTA) Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
sailed last week for London after
a two-months stay in the United
States.
Prior to his departure he an-
nounced that he intends to visit
ings each Tuesday and Friday for Palestine soon and to remain
the next two weeks.
there for an indefinite period.


FRIDAY. JANUARY
?*uancdfy jKjMoAinf
.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Aronstein,
639 West eve are entertaining
her listers, Mrs- Anna Green-
berg of New York and Mrs
J. C. Schoeman oi Chicago .
Mrs. Maurice Appere of New
York is visiting her children
end grandson, Billie. Julien and
Spencer Acpere- at 63 N. E 50th
st. She is a charter -r.err.re:
and secretary of the V- omen s
division. American Jewish Con-
gress' in Washington Hei
"We ought to rent a note", foi
all our guests says Milton
Friedman. He and his wife are
entertaining her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Stern c: Col-
umbia, S. C hei aunt. Mrs
Helen Lipton of ru:::a S C ;
Mr- and M. Barney Goodman
end Harry Merker of Engle*
wood, N. J. The Goodmans are
former Miami residents Mr
Friedman s parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. William Friedman, have
as their house guests Morris
Draluk end his bride the for-
mer Scr.ia Sexier c: New York
who are on their honeymoon.
Mrs. Draluk is the Friedmans
great niece .
Cap:, and Mrs. Howard K<
and ihe:r daughtei Penny are
visiting his parents Mi ar^a
Mrs- Benjamin N. Kane on Di
Lido island toi a month In the
Army live years, Capt Kane is
on terminal leave alter return*
ing from the ETO .r::. Louis
Sax is spending a convalescent
furlough with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. George Sax of the
E Morocco hotel. Holder oi
the Silver Star award Pfc. Sax
has just returned from duty In
Manila Mrs. Reba Gold-
berg ci Boston :s visiting her
brother-in-law and sister Mr.
ana Mrs. D M. ZhaMn 528 N
E- 26th st. Mrs. Harry A.
Kaplan c: Pass a.. N. J. is the
cues: of her brother and sister-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. lean Kap-
lan Expecting to make
their home in Miami are Staff
Sgt. and Mrs Acraham Wdpo
of Brooklyn. Sg: Walpc was
released bom the Army a::er
three and cne-hal: rears ser-
vice Pvt Owen I Znernid
just returned from 11 months
service in Europe with the sig-
nal corps, is visiting his mothe:
Mrs Anna Rcsenthal. 1546 S.
W Thud s: Mrs P.....Dia-
mond arrived -as: night irom
New York to vis:: her meres
M.ss Frances Ginsberg ana
Mrs Sam S:na::er
Sieaer ana 5:11 Horowitz a:e the
house guests oi Mr Si<
brother-in-law and sister, Mi
and Mrs. Harold S
will return to Flushing N I
next week
THE PARTY LINE
Mrs la:::: V. li
from Brooklyn lasi week end tc
Browns Exchange Vows In
Double Ring Ceremony
Irvine Kimmels Take
Extended Honeymoon
CENTER LUNCHEON TO
AID KITCHEN FUND
I.t. Noim.m
Brown and the
visit hex son-in-law ana daugh-
ter Mi ana Mrs. "a-: P. Ma-
rash. Mrs Marasn
Winterfield were
neld a: Victoz s Tuesd
ning Mrs J. Myei Schine
will be n:;:ess :: 5C veterans
::;:n the Biltmore hospital to-
day a: a rocktcil party ana
buffet supper on the di:
rare c: the Roney Plaza :ara:.a
club
Aae will pay a: :he ::::::
luncheon :: me Miami chapter
National Home fox Jewish Chil-
dren a: Denver Ian 29 at the
Becchccmbei For the t
g_;s: ill receive an orchid
A re:en: arrival a: she 5
Hcven hotel .-..._ :n Breg-
storte sen :: :he late Judge 2nd
Phuip P. Bregstone si :...
:aa: an; Miss Edythe S Lee
:: New York will ce married
Sunday a: me Sea U
ate ~BrockLu:e. Mass
be the home of Sgt i ''-?
Irwin R Messengex who "'ere
marr:ea Saturdav tcme
oi Rabbi ana Mrs Irving Lehr-
Irene Markowitj dxs
Ml Ocean dr Set Messe:
who .s stationed a: Tame Ed-
words ?.las; .s "he sen :: Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan' Messei
S: Albert* N V
Ten new Lie members en-
relied n tie Mam. ?
".!.':mens Auxiliary tc :ne Jew-
^Phrfde daughter of Mr. and
Thi- brim. -J""* 1615 Country
' KSr>uple is now honeymoon-
n,,vi-n is on terminal li-.i\e umii
March 6 Both he and his bride
Sresume their college stud.es
after their honeymoon.
A he wedding, Lt. and Mrs
Sam Coolik were best man and
iinc the bride were her sister.
! M?ss Diane Koven, Mrs. MJc G.
; stem and Miss Rima Joy kutner.
Howergirls were Andrea Ruskln
: anui:''s wereM. O. Stein. Louis
Kutner. Raymond Kutner ana
Arno Kutner. ,
Following the ceremony a but-
fet supper was served In Kaplan
i hall to the approximately 200
' guests who attended the nodding.
(Out-of-town guests included the
will be given | Rroonys parents and M. L. Breit-
li Jewish Cen- stein, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stern,
the benefit ^n^;mA Mrs. Louis Kutner.
quip the kitchen Rjm;| and Tonv Kutner, Mr. and
Mrs Henry H. Koven. Mr. Harry
jr is chairman of Koven. Mrs. William Oarflnkie
'Ihah-nS' SSwft oafnShS.SelW
... ,.,-chairman.
iber show
nted. Price of the
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be made with
nd at 1801 Collins
Joseph B si at 1400
]
.... the Slster-
... meeting
:.: : A dramatic pro-
..- a Land"
. by Mrs. Alfred
M Milton Sirkin. Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph
David Brooks.
Schn ibman will
anii I by her hus-
will be in ob-
Osor B'-
S
MRS SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
A month's trip to Nassau. Ha-
vana and Mexico followed the
.. ~u i olio wed thel
wedding of the former Georgettel
Kesler and Irvine kimmel, who!
were married at Ciro'a last Wed-L
nesday. When they return froml
their honeymoon, the newlywedjl
will reside in Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and!
Mrs. Joseph Kesler, New York.1
attended the Parsons School of!
Design. During the war she!
worked with the American Red
Cross. Mr. Kimmel. son of Mr.]
and Mrs. Charles L. Kimmel, Mil
Ninth St., is a mechanical engi-1
neer and attended the University^
of Miami.
Mrs. Mortimer D. Karger of]
New York was her sister's matron {
of honor and Lt. Jesse A. Kimrr.e.
i was best man for his brother. A'
i reception was held after the wed]
ding ceremony.
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iAY. JANUARY 18. 1946
+Jeisii fieriJtw
iter of Speakers
Spark UJA Meet
)NTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
PAGE THREE

er is an outstanding radio
[electrical engineer by pro-
|n. Among his many inven-
is a device which detects
through the ground and
was installed in the Magi-
ae. At present, Capt. Gam-
is commissioner general of
"Eclaireurs Israelites de,
Bee," an organization of
i Jewish youth which form-
nucleus of a unit of Jew-
iquis organized by Gamzon
fter tlu- fall cif France.
lias Evelyn Kali will lead the
Bce in the singing of the
lal anthem and Hatikva at
jncheon meeting,
iator Barkley will give the
We address at the afternoon
He will be introduced by
ell Wolfson. Also scheduled
Kteak Sunday afternoon is
id I. Kaufman of Holly-
who was conference corn-
chairman of the National
JJA. Ha ion de Hirsch Meyer
Will preside at this session during
Which the Resolutions committee
of the Florida conference will
make a report. Abraham Good-
l is chairman of the committee
; is assisited by Shepard Broad,
ey C. Myers, Louis Heiman
Bjlrs. Benjamin Meyers,
lass meeting, set for 8 p.m.
ly at Temple Israel, will
ide the conference. The
jpment and settlement of
une and the rehabilitation
fugees there will be de-
by Mr. Herrmann. Rabbi
will outline the task of
lean Jewry to raise the UJA
to insure the survival of
iJewish people.
Orovitz, president of the
Br Miami Jewish Federation,
be chairman of the mass
meeting. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Will make the invocation and
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will
deliver the benediction.
The sponsoring committee of
the conference, which includes
Sam Blank, Abraham Goodman,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Stanley
C. Meyers, Max Orovitz, Monte
Selif, William D. Singer and
Mitchell Wolfson, said in an-
Mr. Pansy Marmur Flaum.
1000 17th st., will be hostess at a
garden party at her home at 4
p.m. Sunday for the benefit of
the Spanish Refugee Appeal.
Guests of honor will be Gen.
Victor Yakhantoff, former mem-
ber of the general staff of the
Czar's Imperial Army, and James
Marshall, Miami attorney.
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S. L. PLUMMER
Three lectures are scheduled
for the Spinoza Forum this week.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on "If Bialik Were Alive Today."
Charles H. Lee will lecture on the
stars Tuesday evening at 8 and
Dr. Morris Schneer of New York
will discuss "The Art and Science
of Living" at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The Forum meets at 124 Ocean dr.
Temple Israel Men's Club will
meet Monday at 8 p.m. A sur-
prise speaker, cards and refresh-
ments are scheduled.
Mrs. Rose Levy has called a
meeting of the Greater Miami
Jewish Consumptives Relief so-
ciety for 8 p.m. Monday at the
Beach Y. The society's Feb. 12
donor lunchi on will be discussed.
UNVEILING
Unveiling of a monument to the
memory of the late Mrs. Molly
Enger will take place Jan. 27 at
10 a.m. in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor A. S. Fried-
man will officiate. Gordon Monu-
ment company is in charge of
arrangements.
nouncing the meeting:
"Six million Jews have been
killed in the Nazi hell-holes. Only
a million and a quarter have sur-
vived, many owing to the help of
their Christian neighbors. The
thought that these survivors, who
have endured so much, will now
be left to succumb to hunger and j
epidemics rampant in Europe is
incompatible with the American
sense of justice, generosity and
fair play.
"American Jewry as a whole is
embarking on the 1946 United
Jewish Anpeal campaign for $100,-
000,000 Which, as the greatest
peacetime campaign in the his-
tory of the United States, will
meet the responsibilities of Amer-
ican Jewry for the rescue and re-
habilitation and resettlement of
the surviving Jews in Europe. We
are confident that our fellow-
Jews in Florida at this extraordi-
nary state conference will plan a
program of action that will help
prevent the further destruction
of Jewish life abroad," the com-
mittee said.
One or Two Gentlemen
Lovely Room in Apartment
MRS. J. FINKLESTEIN
2765 N. W. 17th Terrace
DOG
vtf*t6 *****
Sit by YOUR Fireside
All that's left of their hearth and home is what
you see in this picture.
Among the things they desperately need to
tart a new life is clothing. What can you spare
that they can wear?
Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is
100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding.
If your contribution seems negligible, bear this
in mind: Every garment you give means one
more human being saved from cold or sickness
or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be
distributed free, without discrimination, to vic-
tims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the
Philippines, and the Far East.
Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today
... dig out all the clothing you can spare ...
take it to your local collection depot now.
What YOU Can Do!
J Get together all the clothing
you can spare.
2 Take it to your local collection
depot immediately.
{$ Volunteer some spare time to
your local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY.
V overcoats V then Vlweattri
V tepceatt \ drtutt V robtt
V iu iii V tkirU V underwear
V jaclctlt V glovti V pajamas
V pantt V capt V bedding
The more you do the better you'll fee!
Victory Clothing Coileciton
for Overseas Relief JAM7&3J
HENRY J. KAISER
National Chairman
Xbi* advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for tbt Victory Clothing Collection.
and is sbonsored bv
Jackie's Fine Food Restaurant | MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
134 23rd Si.
Miami Beach
E. DIAMOND & SON
Wholesale Novelties
513 N. Miami Ave. Miami
A. F. GIVEN. Accountant
Congress Bldg. Miami
StyWcraft Bag Manufacturers
1320 N. Miami Ave. Miami
Grand National Importers
Wholesale Liquors
30* N. W. 9th Ave, Miami
1st National Bank Bldg. Miami
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Rd. Miami
ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET Gordon'8 Women's Apparel
1650 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami DuPonl Buildin* *"*
PINDER BROS. FISH MARKET
G. M. A. CLUB
447 N. W. 14lh St.
Miami 150 S. E. 1st St.
Miami
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley.
* i COMMERCIAL STANDARD
3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach INSURANCE CO.
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Pete's Bar & Cocktail Lounge Coral Gables
1137 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
MORRIS BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE
176 N. E. 20ih St.
Miami 1261 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch.
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PAGE FOUR
*Jewis*tkridti_
FRIDAY, JANUARY
UAHC Convention
To Hear Miamians
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum and
Mrs. Leonard Epstein will take
part in the program oJ the South-
east Regional convention o\ tas
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations to be held in Atlanta
from Sunday noon through Tues-
day.
Rabbi Appelbaum will partici-
pate in a symposium on "Are
There Anv Special Problems for
Rabbis of the Southeast Region?
during the meeting of rabbis on
Monday morning.
Mrs. Epstein, who is president
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood,
will deliver the invocation at the
business meeting of the Tri-State
Federation Boaul ol Temple Sis-
terhoods on Tuesday morning.
Also attending the convention
from Miami will be Mrs. Appel-
baum and Herbert I'. Feibelman.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, hon
chairman of the convention, will
be honored for outstanding ser-
vice to the cause of Liberal Juda-
ism in the Soutiieast.
More than 35 Liberal congn ga-
tions. Sisterhoods and Brother-
hoods from Georgia, Florida and
Alabama will be represented.
Temple Women To See
Latest Fur Fashions
A fur fashion show will be held
bv Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood 1:30 Monday at the Atlantis
hotel. Eight models will appear
in the show which is being ar-
ranged by Alexander Purs, Lin-
! coin rd. Mrs. Leon J. til will be
commentator.
j After the show, bingo games
| will be played. Door prizes and
game prizes will be distributed.
Admission is SI.50.
The commute.' in charge 01 the
fti noon includes Mrs. Norman
Maran, Mrs. Abe Solosko and
Mrs. Joseph Fenias. Assisting m
the fashion shew are Mrs. Ell.
Mis. Louis Menus. Mrs. Bernard
Rudnick and Mrs. Louis Goldman.
Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, Mrs. Murray
Maurer, Mrs. Camille Baum and
Mrs. Joseph Arkin are serving on
the door committee. Mrs. E. Gold-
stritch. Mrs. Charles Tobin. Mrs
Irving Marcus and Mrs. Leon
Kronish will be hostesses.
At the fashion show. Mrs. Lou-
is Krensky and Mrs. David Phil-
lips will sell tickets for the Sister-
hood's annual luncheon which
will be held at the Copa Cabana
Feb. 27.
GROSSMAN ORGANIZES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE I)
will be concentrated on a gala
rally at which a prominent na-
tional celebrity will appear. So-
licitation of funds from young
people will be confined to the
one event.
Preliminary effort of the divi-
sion is to make a detailed census
of all Jewish youth groups in the
area. Working with Grossman
are Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Rabbi Saul B. Appel-
baum and Mrs. Grossman. Other
appointments will be announced
in the near future.
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
inaLarQfi Beautiful Groundsgm^
ip^rn^
Quality, 3ood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7lh Avenue
Phone 2-6141
TUNE IN TALK
Senator Alben *****
scheduled to descr.be MlW
seas experiences over WIOD
at 11:30 a.m. Sunday if he ar
rives in Miami on time.
Other radio programs which
are called to the attention of
Miami Jewry include the
weekly broadcast sponsored
by the Pro-Palestine Christian
committee at 10 p.m. Thurs-
days over WKAT. Each week
a local speaker is presented
and an analysis of news of
Palestine is given.
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inar airs the "Eternal Light
drama every Sunday over
WIOD at 11 a.m. and the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist district
sponsors "Drama of Palestine
Sunday evenings at 9:15 over
WKAT.
Every Saturday at 7 p.m.
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews broad-
casts a Civic Forum featuring
local citizens.
March of Dimes Fights
Infantile Paralysis
The March of Dimes reached a
,-,,., pace this week as Dade
. v citizens answered the na-
tional cal| to fight infantile pa-
The campaign, headed for the
fifth time in Dade county by
George E, Holt, will ex-
tend till Jan. 31.
Miami Beach leaders, who have
i ., goal of $150,000. are
Mining a booth in front of
the B'.ich theatres. Night club
celebrities i nti rtain at the booth
I ,v at 1 p.m.
MiM. !W? Rand "
appointed chan man of a ,-,,. *!
to be Kiven by the T,, li(. .^1
eil of the Town Y .. LH
Proceeds of the affair ,li i
given to the Y at which th *
nival will be held.
Herald Columnist Jack r i
will be guest speaker at a nV
ing of the Emanon club at'ii I
Miami Y at 8 p.m. Wcdnesfi
evening, George Siegel, preside
announces.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired new; you
will save on a new roof later
Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-M60
TOP SOIL
4-0335
GHADE 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. 21*1 Terrace
%*.*
SjGUST BROS Ry
** Is the DESTf
ri
Tttiami
for Rest
convalescent!
^ChronicCasej
Life Insurance Estatet
Authoritatively Prog rammed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
'Sun-fay Park
ealth Resort
' S~V. HMD fO lOOKUli
..9VI.B A./--.^?i'-f'.
MIAMI- W.rLMUa IO'-COUT- riCXflDA
IT'S THE TOPS IN CLEANING AND PRESSING
STRAND CLEANERS
2108 N W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3-5218
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
/
$10,000 added
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or Three-Year-Olds -- 6 Fu
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46
ADMISSION CHARGES
(INCLUDING TAXES)
GRANDSTAND
CLUBHOUSE ,
BLEACHERS [ \
(,w'-d s^h JI.OO mam
(NO MINORS ADMITTED)
'I TIME 2:00
$1.50
$3.00
$ .80
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1DAY. JANUARY 18, 1946
+Jewish Meridian
PAGE FIVE
AN EXTRAORDINARY CONFERENCE
for
JEWISH SURVIVAL
FLORIDA STATE CONFERENCE
United Jewish Appeal
Sunday, January 20, 1946, Beginning at 10 a. m.
MORNING SESSION: 10:00 A. M. LUNCHEON: 12:30 P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION: 2:30 P. M.
AT LATIN QUARTER. PALM ISLAND. MIAMI BEACH
Mass Meeting Temple Israel Miami at 8:00 P. M.
NOTED GUEST SPEAKERS
SENATOR BARKLEY
LUNCHEON
$2.50 per Plate

Mail Reservations to
UNITED IEWISH APPEAL
1002 Congress Bldg.

Phone 3-5411
RABBI HELLER
CAPTAIN GAMZON
LUNCHEON
$2.50 per Plate

Mail Reservations to
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
1002 Congress Bldg.

Phone 3-5411
MAJOR NADICH
LEO HERRMANN
MIAMI SPONSORING COMMITTEE:
SAM BLANK BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER ? MAX OROVITZ
ABRAHAM GOODMAN STANLEY C. MYERS MONTE SELIG
WM. D. SINGER
MITCHELL WOLFSON
THIS WILL BE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CONFERENCE
EVER HELD IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
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Jewish immigration should be
facilitated." He pointed out that
the Balfour Declaration express-
ed approval of a Jewish National
Home in Palestine and urged the
inquiry committee to recommend
the continuing validity of the
principles of the Balfoui Declara-
tion and the Palestine Mandate.
In recommending the establish-
ment of a United Nations trustee-
ship over Palestine for the pur-
e of "safeguarding the Jewish
settlement in and Jewish lmnu-
n into Palestine" as well ^
to help in preparing Palestine to
a self-governing, inde-
pendent and democratic common-
Ith" where the religious, po-
. and civil rights of all ele-
ments of the population would be
equally protected. Judge Pros-
-a-.d:
The committee should recom-
mend the creation oi ...-.,:;
for continuous collaboration bt-
D the Jews and Arabs in
-tine, with a view to making
ible the attainment of a dem-
ratic and independent com-
monwealth with equal : .^hts for
. he suggested.
Mr. Rosenwald told the com-
e that the problem of the
..-.- Jews in Eur pe can be
Ived only by the UniU I Nations
r.ization under the leader-
the United St^-.
Declaring that the American
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stine can and must cuntnb-
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unlimited national
right ". the land, and that the
v.:;. sr.uli take the form of I
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committee completed the
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_ ,p of Jewish and noo-Jewah
witnesses, including. Di IsaacB.
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fJewist) fhrldian
PAGE SEVEN
ICJW to Celebrate
irthday Tuesday
ilv<
A gala birthday party for the
lirer anniversary of the Miami
;ion. National Council of Jew-
Women, is being planned for
^fcsday at 7:30 p.m. in the Col-
onial Inn.
Proceeds from the dinner-dance
Will be used by the section for its
service to the foreign-bom, its
IChplaiships to the University of
i and other community ser-
projects which Council has
Itained since its organization
920. Board members of the
Ion will act as hostesses.
I special show is being ar-
fed for the affair for which
Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
^|fcph Fenias and Mrs. Monte
with Mrs. Nat Williams,
idem, are arranging nunuuuu
^ident, are planning.
. Mrs. Aaron Fair, reservations
chairman, is also in charge of the
OUVenir programs. She is as-
sisted by Mrs. Paul Barnett and
Mrs. Irving Kobley.
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DEATH OF DR. HERTZ
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fcilities from Jews and Cath-
He returned to his post in
j^^L when the British occupied
the territory.
fa 1912. Hertz left South Africa
to become rabbi of Congregation
Orach Cliaim in New York, but
in the following year he was
called to Knglaiul to become the
Chief rabbi of the United Hebrew
Congregations of the British Em-
pire. Hertz was president of
Jews' College in London and held
high posts in national Jewish or-
ganizations. He visited Palestine
in 1925 for the opening of the
Hebrew university, and became a
member of its Board of Gover-
nors. He was in Palestine ; iiin
in 1936 and 1940.
(A memorial fund in honor of
Dr. Hertz has been created bv the
jean chapter of the Chief
li's Religious Emergency
icil of Great Britain. The
to be known as the Chief
>i's Memorial Foundation.
be applied to the rebuilding
of destroyed Jewish rommuni-
HLin liberated Europe.)
IXGATNOTICESr
rorxTY JUDGE'S cornr
>ADE COI'XTY, FLORIDA
No. 15745
[Estntp of DESMOND B. HATS,
A. DES mays, deceased,
E)E of INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR FINAL D1S-
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TICK Is hereby given that I
flli-il my final report and pe-
fr Final Olschaigo as Executrix
p estate of Desmond n. h.ivb.
A Deft H&ys, <1eeeasel: and that
e lSlh day of February. 1S46. 1
IPPly to the Honorable W. F.
ion. County Judge f oade
ity. Florida, for approval of said
report and for final dfseharjje as
!iiti!\ of the estate of Desmond R.
A/K/A I>es Hays, deceased.
> l'th day of January, i!>4fi.
MIRIAN MANIC HAYS.
R. SILVF.lt.
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Chapter 20722Acts of 1041
File A 7fil .
{TICK IS IIKRKHY (ilVF.N that
ES PEARXMAN, holder of City
oral Oablea Tax Certificate No.
tissued the 1st day of June. A. D
. has filed same In my office, and
made application for a tax deed
te Issued thereon. Said Certlfi-
T embraces the following described
ertv In the County of Dade. State
Rorlda. tO-wltl
: 4, Rlk. IF. Coral riahles Cra-
Bec., Plat Hook s. Pat,, in. In
'Itv of Coral Cables, County of
Stale of Florida.
assessment of said property un-
Ithe said certificate 'as in the
of: UNKNOWN.
iless said certificate shall he re-
ied act nrdlng to law, the property
Fihed therein will be sold to the
hst bidder at the Court HotiV
l the first Monday In the
nf March. 1946. which Is the
Sav ol March. 194.
Ited this 16th day of January,
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida.
Ry N C. STERRETT. D. C.
alt Cnurt Seal)
2/1-8
TICK IB HEREBY (ilVEN that
ndeislgned. desiring to engage
Blness under the fictitious name
EX CLEANERS, at 1728 S W.
Street Miami. Florida. Intend
pater said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County.
BENJAMIN RECK.
WALLY STEINBERG.
R. SILVER,
ttrnav for Applicants.
2/1-8-15
Personally Speaking
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
Tuesday which was attended
by over 300 women Guests
of honor at a luncheon and card
party given by Mrs. Stuart Gor-
don and her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Anna Gordon, were their house
guests, Mrs. Milton Klein, Louis-
ville, Ky., and Mrs. Isadore
Zadek, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. The
luncheon was held at the Shel-
borne hotel Friday .
IN THE OFFING
March 10 is the date selected
by the Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation for its
Rainbow Romp at the Moose
Hall- The show will be directed
by Myron Newman, who pre-
sented a similar extravaganza
in Chicago several years ago.
The group will hold a special
meeting Wednesday evening
at the Biscayne Temple .
Sportswear designed by Mar-
garet Newman will highlight
the St. Valentine's day fashion
show and luncheon which B'nai
B'rith Women will hold at the
Terrace club .
HERE AND THERE
Mrs Sol Leslie, president of
the Women's division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, returned
this week from St. Petersburg
where, at the bidding of the
national office of Hadassah,
she organized a new chapter.
A past president of the South-
east Region of Hadassah, Mrs.
Leslie was honored at a recep-
tion in the home of Mrs. E.
Rickman. She was introduced
by Mrs. Jacob Levine, a former
Miamian Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Somberg, their son Eu-
gene and Mr. and Mrs. Losner
Grossberg have returned from
a visit to Havana. Back from
overseas duty. Eugene has en-
tered Emory university School
of Dentistry "When You
Knock. Knock. Knock at My
Door." a song written by Marie
Deskins. secretary of the Great-
er Miami Apartment House as-
sociation, was broadcast Sun-
day night over WKAT by Frank
Linale's orchestra Miss
Charlotte Abrams, who receiv-
ed a plague for being the best
pledge of Delta Phi Epsilon, has
been appointed historian and
publicity chairman of the soror-
ity .. After 18 months in the
Army as a second lieutenant,
Malvin Englander has opened
his law office at 311 Lincoln rd.
The Englander's daughter,
Nicki Yverne, was born Jan. 1.
. Dr. Albert E. Epstein, of
Chicago, member of the na-
tional executive board of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, was guest speaker at the
Beach Zionist Luncheon club
Wednesday Mr- and Mrs.
Abraham Zinnamon celebrated
their 42nd anniversary this
week Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Matz observed their golden
wedding anniversary at a fam-
ily dinner Sunday night. A
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Olsen. of Dal-
las, were hosts at their pent-
house apartment in the Vander-
bilt hotel.
THE BABY PARADE
Mr. and Mrs. James Bullowa,
1618 West ave., are the parents
of a girl, Jane Rachel, born
Wednesday at St. Francis hos-
pital. Mrs. Bullowa is the for-
mer Lillian Wucher Linda
Lee, second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, 2120
S. W. 21st ter.. was born at
Jackson Memorial Saturday.
Mrs. Weinkle and Linda Lee
will come home from the hos-
pital tomorrow The son of
Mr- and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin.
1385 S. W. 19th st-, was born
last Monday Others on
the new arrival list are Harriet
Tamara. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Brotman, 819 Me-
ridian ave., born Dec. 22 .
Carol Rachel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Rosen, 25 N.
W. 45th ave., Jan- 1 Alan
David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Hirshkowitz, 1414 S- W.
Fifth St., Dec. 14 Linda Carol,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert George Bogner, 978 N. W.
Third St., Dec. 29 Beverly
Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William S. Siresky, 400 Euclid
ave., Jan- 9.
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Comedienne Belle Baker will
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held Feb. 3 at the synagogue.
A card and bingo party will be
given Monday evening by the
Sisterhood for the benefit of their
fund to equip the synagogue's
kitchen. The affair will begin
at 8 p.m. in the Elks club. 720
West ave
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Mrs. Sam Schachno and Miss
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committee and Mrs. Harry Genet
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PAGE NINE
reserves Dates
rive Activities
lest that organizations
iuI the community re-
.m scheduling public
during the intensive 10
iaign period, Feb. 24 to
rch was issued by William
i. Singer, chairman of the 1946
ombine Jewish Appeal, this
'eek.
"The 1946 campaign is starting
i the moit momentous period of
orld histoi'y." Mr. Singer says.
The pOBt war period we have
ilked about and planned for is
ere, n BThe time has come to
Bur plans into action.
eaden H, vision, and devoted
Be required of the
imi Jewish commun-
Kki the peace won on
kid shed its blessings
Kplc everywhere."
Bson Kronish, chairman
Breakers' bureau, an-
Kat speakers are now
JSo give ten minute talks
Bork of the Appeal at
Pp meetings. They will
Bformation on the 70
combining their 1946
. in this one great appeal.
>eakers will not solicit funds at
ese meetings. Rabbi Kronish
:plains, and urges organization
ads to fill out the speakers'
ganu ition assignment forms
nt t* them and to return same
the Speakers' bureau.
"The 1946 Combined Jewish
apeal looks to the splendid
irit Of Cooperation ot the1 Jew-
1 organizations m the eoinmun-
i with assuianee that the pri-
ary needs of our people will be
eir first consideration," declares
nger. "The will and undivided
"ort Of all organizations during
2 campaign period are a vital
cessity in insuring our goal.
t us pool our strength and save
wish lives!"
rUDENTS TO PRESENT
OUDAY PROGRAM
Students of the Miami Beach
wish Center Sunday school will
esent a special assembly pro-
im in observance of Chamisho
or B'Shevat Sunday morning.
Members of the Eighth grade
10 Will participate, under the
ection of Miss Jeannette Tup-
include: Robert Grass. Edith
itman, Barbara Yagoda, Sy-
lle Busker, Helena Krepack,
irley Price. Irene Levitt, Myra
iner, Sheila Warhaftig. Carol
er, Joan Kobrin, Gwyneth
Banice Steingold, Jay
. Neil Shankler, Hqw-
itz, Mona Rubenstein,
iro, Ina Rattet, Toby
Leonard Berg, Nancy
Janford Kimball and
^jdelsman. Holiday re-
m will be served by the
n addition to the general as-
:T, the Sixth grade has been
^p picnic and outing as

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Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Florida Regional Director, ADL
My associate, Gilbert J. Balkin,
has written an article for "Palm-
land," a publication of AZA,
Chapter 322, of Miami, in which
he has set forth several broad
principles of behavior and action.
The readers of this column should
find this information both infor-
mative and interesting.
What can weeach of usdo
to bring about a broader, more
effective democracy in our school,
our community, our state, our
nation, our world?
Here are a few simple but im-
portant things we can do. Let's try
them!
1. We can foster the habit of
judging others on their individual
merits, not on the basis of their
belonging to a particular racial,
religious or national group.
2. We can learn to know and
respect persons of a different re-
ligion, color or nationality from
ourselves. We can do this by mak-
ing friends with persons of other
racial, religious or nationaly
groups.
We can also participate with
them in joint activities and proj-
ects such as Brotherhood Week
celebrations, the March of Dimes
campaign, the Community Chest
drive, and youth and patriotic ral-
lies, thereby working together to
build a better community.
3. We can not only refrain
from using derogatory words and
phrases in referring to persons
of other groups words such as
"nigger" or "dago," for example
but we can politely call to
the attention ot anyone using
them their un-American and un-
democratic nature.
4. We can avoid telling "nig-
ger" jokes. "Scotch" jokes, and
jokes in which members of other
groups are victims of our alleged
humor, just as we wish others not
to tell jokes in which Jews are
defamed and caricatured.
5. We can study our commu-
nity and find out what needs to
be done to make it a more demo-
cratic place in which to live.
We can study all signs of dis-
crimination and segregation and
can call to the attention of the
community leaders the fact that
such discrimination and segrega-
tion are un-democratic and un-
American and should be eliminat-
Army-Navy Group To
Study Service Needs
Re-evaluation of the services of
the Greater Miami Army-Navy
committee of the National Jewish
Welfare board will be made by a
committee headed by Monte Selig,
it was decided at a recent meet-
ing of the Army-Navy group. The
study is necessitated by the end
of the war and the decrease of
soldiers in this area. The com-
mittee will survey the needs of
services from Key West to Fort
Pierce.
A preliminary report made by
Leon Schulman revealed that
there are nearly 1,500 men and
women of Jewish faith still in
uniform in this area. Miami and
especially Miami Beach consti-
tute a "leave" area, Schulman
said.
Nat Roth, War Records com-
mittee chairman, said that his
committee now has listings for
2,049 Jewish men and women of
this area who served or are serv-
ing in the armed forces. The
committee is still seeking to com-
plete its records.
Plans are now being made to
present National JWB certificates
of appreciation to all active vol-
unteers and committees who
served during the war years. The
presentations will be made at a
meeting in February.
ed in order to bring about democ-
racy for all persons.
6. We can acquaint ourselves
with national problems and with
legislative proposals pending in
Congress for their solution. We
can support all progressive mea-
sures such as the Full Employ-
ment bill. Fair Employment Prac-
tice legislation, and increased
Minimum Wage legislation
which, when enacted, will trans-
late into greater reality the ideals
of our American way of life.
If each of us and everyone will
carry out the few suggestions out-
lined above, it should not be long
before this world will be a better,
happier place for all.
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New Hadassah Group
To Hear Book Review
YPL STARTS DANCES
FOR GI's. CIVILIANS
First of a series of Sunday night
dances for servicemen and ci-
vilians was held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center this week.
The dances are sponsored by the
Center's Young Peoples league.
The Senior Youth council, an-
other Center group, will hold a
Barn dance tomorrow evening at
8 p. m. The dance will be a cos-
tume affair and open to bovs and
girls of the 10th. 11th and 12th
grades of the Sunday school.
Marvin Frankel is chairman of
the program committee.
Temporary committee appoint-
ments made at a meeting of the
YPL's executive committee Tues-
day include: Jerry Maltz. public-
ity; Annette Mirchin, Joan Peltz,
Jean Kutchuk and Selma Lewis,
social committee; Miriam Sing-
er and Elsie Brower as secretar-
ies, and Shirley Ross, Sam Dres-
ner, Seymour Brieloff, Roslyn Ki-
vel and Norma Raskin, program
committee. Plans were initiated
for a Purim ball to take place-
March 17.
Next open meeting of the lea-
gue will be held Jan. 29 at the
Center. Refreshments and danc-
ing will follow the cultural hour.
Membership in the league is open
to men and women over 18 years.
A meeting of the newly organ-
ized Hadassah chapter has been
called by Mrs. Joel Belov. tempo-
rary chairman, for Monday after-
noon at the Town Y. Following
a reception from 1:30 to 2 p.m., a
short business meeting will be
held and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
will review Milton Steinberg's
"A Partisan Guide to the Jewish
Problem."
Mrs. Louis Hartz, Mrs. Fred
Ochs and Mrs. Maurice Sager are
in charge of refreshments. Tele-
phone chairman is Mrs. Ben Ab-
raham and the program commit-
tee consists of Mrs. M. Feingold
and Mrs. D. Serenaker.
DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS
announce! hit return from service
and opening of hit office for the
practice of dentistry at 715-17 Sey-
bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appoint-
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Jottpb M Upton, President
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baum, 2101 S. W. 11th St.. was
discharged at Jacksonville re-
cently after 18 months in the
Navy. Tunenbaum arrived in the
U. S. in December after serving
aboard an LST in the Pacific
where he took part in operations
at Saipan, New Hebrides, the
Marshalls and Ulithi. He also
saw action at Okinawa, where his
ship was damaged by a Japanese
suicide plane. Before entering
the Navy he attended the Uni-
versities of Florida and Miami.
He and his wife, the former
Marcia Smith of Chicago, are
making their home here.
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Veteran of 40 months in the
Army, Dr. Lester A. Frank has
opened his dental office at 835
Lincoln rd. The son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Frank of 932 10th St.,
I Dr. Frank was a captain in the
medical corps. After five months
in England, he participated in the
D-Day invasion on Normandy and
was awarded a citation of merit
for his work on the beaches under
fire. He also received a bronze
I star in subsequent action in Bel-
gium and Germany. A graduate
' of Northwestern university Den-
| tal school, he was slated to be
1 shipped to the Far East, but was
: redeploved home when the Japs
surrendered.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of-
ficiated at the unveiling of a
monument to the memory of Mrs.
Esther Levin in the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn cemetery in
West Palm Beach recently. Her
husband, A. Levin, and son, Ira,
were present.
Leon Kahanor, 62, died recently
in West Palm Beach after a brief
illness. He was a resident of
West Palm Beach for 25 years.
The body was shipped to Wash-
ington, D. C, where a sister re-
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IE FORD
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^^ral membership of the
Home for the Aged will
t 8 p.m. Jan. 30 at the
Beach Elementary school,
Washington ave. and 14th st.. for
elections.
ft Fifty-one directors will be
elected from the following slate
'^and will, in turn, elect officers
of the Hoini'
Spaet. M. H. Frankel.
Jear, Joel Zalis, Mrs. Ben-
Appel, Mrs. Benjamin
Gus Trau, Sam Ritter,
Broad, Leo Robinson,
ber, S. Aronstein, Samuel
itein, Benjamin Sherry.
Danziger, N. H. Darsky,
Feiner, Nathan Glosser,
nberg, Al Perlstein. Joe
Sydney Weintraub, ft.
UCLi Hkbraham Goodman, Henry
ltnWlish. Alfred Stone.
B. Miller, Sam Prosterman,
Raff, Milton Weiss, Herman
. M. Lieberman, Mitchell
Eddie Singer, Benjamin
David Liebman, Ralph
Monte Selig, Morris E.
Irving Frankel, Mr. J.
an, Mr. S. Lobel, William
Dr. Charles Liebow, Dr.
Steppner, Dr. William
Dr. Julius Rosenthal,
inhardt, Baron de Hirsch
i Becker, David Rott. Ja-
Htkin, I. Weiss, Mrs. Moses
^Xrieger, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
Vtra. Fannie Land, Rudy Adlcr,
Harry A. Cornblum.
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STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
Good LocationReasonable Prices
1348 S. W. Second St.
For Reservations for Dinners
Phono 3-7539
THE
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ANNOUNCES
the season's opening
Nan Wynn
Cappello & Patricia
Jules Lande Orchestra
Pedro and his
Rumba Orchestra
MANETTI, -Waitre 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: S8-1855, 5-9527
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS- HEREBY CIVKN that
be ui aarslKn.- engage hi
malnoaa iinil.T tlir fictitious name "f
'LAMNGe EASIIK INS, at 12s X. E.
trt Aveniif. Mliitnl. Fin intends t"
egiatar Ulo .said iiainc with tin- Clerk
if the Circuit Court of Datle County.
Tortoa.
DAVID HOLLUB.
IAKRY EUKERNICK.
Attoraay for Applicant.
/18-I5 1/1-8
NOTICE IS HUKKIIY CIVKN that
he uneanlgned, desiring to engage In
tiaanaaa under the fictitious name of
AM1AMT IIOTKI-, Miami. Intend to
Kid name with the Clerk of
lit Court of Dade County,
^juian schulman.
Fa. ross.
i DIETZ.
attorney for Applicants.
" I/J-ll-18-25
01
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
CD FOR DADE COUNTY,
OA. IN PROBATE.
No. 17098
[Estate of SAMUEL B. GES-
ceased.
TICE TO CREDITORS
redI tors and All Persona II.iv-
ims or Demands Against Said
land each of you, are hereby
Tand required to present any
^knd demands which you, or
I ef you, may have against the
Baf SAMUEL B. GESNER. de-
late of Dade County. Florida,
on. W. F. BLANTON. County
Dade County, and file the
his office In the County
use In Dade County, Florida,
Bight calendar months from
of the first publication here-
clalms or demands to con-
legal address of the claimant
sworn to and presented as
or same will be barred,
tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate
January 9, A. D. 194fi.
FLORENCE GESNER.
Imlnistrati ix of the Estate of
Samuel B. Gesner, deceased.
SILVER,
ley for Administratrix.
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COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
*D FOR DADE COUNTY.
IDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 17055
t: ESTATE OF DAVID K.
Deceased.
?TICE TO CREDITORS
redltors and All Persons Hav-
Jlalrr.s or Demands Against
fcstate:
[and each of you. are hereby
| and required to present any
knd demands which you. or
you, may have against the
DAVID K. REED, deceased
ude County, Florida, to the
F. BLANTON. County Judge
County, and file the same In
In the County Courthouse In
ounty, Florida, within eight
I months from the date of the
plication hereof. Said claims
nds to contain the legal ad-
[ the claimant and to be sworn
resented as aforesaid, or same
arred. See Section 120 of the
.ate Act.
[December 87, A. D. 1948.
ESTHER K. REED,
ecutrlx of the Last Will and
ament of DAVID K. REED.
Jscd.
SILVER,
ey for Executrix.
1-25
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IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
-.UORESCENT A APPLI-
X. at 8670 8". W. 22nd St.. In-
I register said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
L. EDWARD BERNSTEIN.
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PRESENTS
* THIS IS MIAMI
TARRING
JOHNNY JOHNSTON
MOM SINUINU BTAR
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RUSSELL SWAN
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Orchestra
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Dade Blvd.. Cor. West Ave.
ENDEB, hi try steaks that
win melt In your niuuth served la
be roolest place In town from 4 to
midnight. New Orleans cuisine
Miiiic by Marty Baye al the piano
In the cocktail lounge.
626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8771
STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
ALDEN HOTEL
2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. lo 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday
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N. E. SECOND AVE. al FOURTH ST.
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Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal Af The
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727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264
$2.50
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslKned, desiring to engage |n
business under the fictitious name of
MARTIN CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841
N. Miami Avenue, Intend to reiilster
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM WEINSTOCK
D. MARTIN MELTZ
12/2S 1/4-11-1R-K
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F H OHOWERS at South Dixie
Highway, Kendall. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
FLORENCE SMITH.
Sole Owner.
DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
Ni (TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LA HONITA GIFTS, at 216 N. E.
First Street. Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. __ .,
BERTHA V. OOH*n.
Solo 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 COMMERCIAL AIR CON'DITION-
INQ REFRIGERATION CO.. at 201
N \V. Second Avenue. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk <>f the
Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida.
MURRAY KORDON.
Sole Owner.
1/U-1S-25 2/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH RADIO AND APPLIANCE
SHOP at 440 Espanola Way, Miami
Beach, intends to register eald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. .,,,_.,
IVY E. KOLCHNER
Sole Owner.
DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney
12/28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
H1SCAYNE BEAUTY SUPPLY at
"614 N. W. 7th Ave.. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
l,OUIS COHEN
HERBERT BOONER
SOL ALEXANDER
12/28 1/4-11-18-16.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltlotu* 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 Bench, Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN.
1/4-11-18-26 j.


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THE SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 Collins Avenue
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2445 Collins Avenue
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337 20th Street
GER HOTEL
530 Meridian Avenue]
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IffiAY. JANUARY 18. 1946
+Jewist fhrldlam
PAGE THIRTEEN
Freedom !
to Fend for Herself...
T
i his 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 desperate need for clothing now
in Europe and Asia. '
Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garmentsi
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.
About 25,000,000 people overseas received clothing collected
from Americans last spring. But for every person clothed so far, a
dozen more remain virtually threadbare. Your* spare clothing will
be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and
Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East.
In 'most any town or city overseas there is someone who can
translate English. You can help build international friendship by
writing a simple, friendly letter to pin to the clothing you contribute.
Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today. Dig out all the
clothing you can spare. Take it to your local collection depot now.
WhatXOVCanDo!
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
J topcoats
J suits
V pants
V dresses
J skirts
V* gloves
V caps
J sweaters
v* robes
V underwear
V bedding
The more you do the better you'll feel
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
Overseas teMJjffl 7&3/
HENRY J. KAISER
National Chairman
Election, and is sponsored by the following Miami Beach Hotels:
BEACH PLAZA HOTEL
1401 Collins Avenue
ROYAL HOTEL
758 Washington Avenue
Lllen Hotel and Apartments
2001 Washington Avenue
THE GREENBRIER HOTEL
3101 Indian Creek Drive
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Avenue
CORSAIR HOTEL
101 Ocean Drive #
WELLINGTON HOTEL
655 Euclid Avenue
ANDRON'S HOTEL PIERRE
43rd Street and Indian Creek Drive
TOWN HOUSE
Corner Collins Avenue at 20th Street
THE RITZ CARLTON
On the Ocean at 17th Street
ROSELLE HOTEL
635 Euclid Avenue
AMBASSADOR HOTEL
227 Michigan Avenue
ASTORIA HOTEL
1910 West Avenue
FENWAY HOTEL
360 Collins Avenue
METROPOLE HOTEL
635 Collins Avenue
LEMAR HOTEL
236 9th Street


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9-Jmlstncrl^IL
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 194.
Obituaries
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IIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1946
* Jewish ncrldlan
PAGE FIFTEEN
ill to Live Helps Jew Survive
j (Ed. not*: ThU is the book
Iriew for which Leonard Kim-
Jl won two tickets to the
range Bowl game a tirt
in the JewUh Book ^e-
ew Contest.)
*The prophets reasoned, plead-
ed, challenged, mocked, threat-
ened, cursed. They would not
compromise on moral absolutes.
. ItTOnK. passionate, self-possessed,
tnimii' individuals were these
Srophets. men of an heroic and
monumental mold ... Ig this
laRe, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
,'ibes the classic prophets, in
book of five essays. The
fid Crisis and Jewish Sur-
ll." The reviewer is flrate-
for this description, because
* are the very attributes and
iods of this prophetic author
_ his prophetic book,
he first essay is an essay of
hope. Written in so dark a year
iJewish history as 1939, the es-
say reasons that, although the
world is in the midst of a^'vast
and prolonged convulsion." and
in spite of its adverse effect on
the Jew, the Jew will survive.
He will survive because of his
confidence, drawn from his past
history. He will survive because
of his "unbroken will to live.
will survive because the crisis
different, fundamentally,
from all the other crises in Jew-
history. Dr. Silver, however
not "compromise on moral
olutes." Survival for its own
K is not enough. It must be
survival that is affirmative, a
survival with a purpose. That
OUrposc is to fight reaction. Dr.
Utter challenges the Jew to an
"audacious counter-attack on tne
evils of war, poverty, insecurity.
anT all those evils of reaction
Wst Flagler Installs
New Electrical Timer
which "our religion and all the
great religions of mankind have
branded and outlawed."
Having called upon the Jew to
fight, Dr. Silver furnishes him
with an understanding of his
weapons and his battle cries. In
the second essay, entitled "The
Rediscovery of Judaism." the
strength of the Jew is found by
Dr. Silver to lie in the Jewish
"treasure-troves ... of spiritual
and intellectual wealth." It is
for the Jew to search out these
treasures, to arm himself with
"the faith which is in us. the
torch which is in our hearts, and
the passion which is in our blood
for the prophetic mandates of our
Jewish heritage, for justice, free-
dom, brotherhood and peace .'
The enemies of the Jew. and
hence, of mankind, fear these
weapons, which are both the
means of battle and the essence
of Judaism. The author is con-
fident that in "their great hour"
the wisdom and piety, the pas-
sions and the dreams of the Jew-
ish people will be more than a
match for the oppressors.
Dr. Silver, the Rabbi, is not
blind to those weapons and
sources of strength, however,
which lie outside of the theology
of Judaism. His essay, "Israel,
is a plea for a "total program
in which Jewry will achieve sur-
vival combined as a religious en-
tity and as a national entity.
Building his arguments solidly on
scholarly analyses of Jewish his-
tory, religious and political, an-
cient and modern. Dr. Silver con-
LEGAL NOTICES
DECHOVITZ BOYS SEE
OVERSEAS SERVICE
By George Gallett
Anew electrical timer, in which
l-8th or l-10th of a second on the
dial is visible to everyone on the
trCk is being introduced to
American racing at West Flagler
Kennel club.
ft is the Harris Electronic
Timer, invented by a Miamian.
Kara R. Harris, formerly an
BEtrical engineer with Westing-
house. With the new automatic
dock it is possible to time racing
eJactrieaily at l-10th or even
.-100th of a second.
While the old timer works on
60-seeond dial, the new elec-
tronic apparatus has a 10-second
1, five feet in height. One
>ond of the dial is spread over
[ inches and each fifth is sepa-
fced by four inches. After each
Solution of the dial, ten see-
ds is registered on a tally board
Dve the clock.
/orking entirely automatically,
c human hand touches no part
_ the clock's mechanism during
the nights program. The timer
resets and prepares itself lor^ne
next race automatically. The
lening of the doors for the start
the race automatically throws
switch, which starts the clock.
Bile an electric eye at the finish
."he new clock will be greatly
neficial to dog racing. Oc-
onally a greyhound runs in
wrong direction after the
eak, but in such a case the dog s
sing through the "eye" does
stop this new clock. The
' time the beam of the electric
is in action is between the
tie the rabbit goes by the
iges' stand the last time and
.e dogs break the ray stopping
te clock at the finish. Actually
e beam of the electric eye is in
tion less than l-5th of a second,
suring nothing to interfere with
e running of the clock until the
,nish of the race.
[Harris said it took five years to
Omplete the delicate mechanism.
plans to install the timer on
Iher dog and horse tracks
hroughout the United States.
David
Dechovitz
tation
Postmarks from Iran and Ger-
many are familiar to Mrs. Rose
Dechovitz. For her two sons are
stationed in those countries.
The older boy. First Lt. David
W. Dechovitz, is a rail transporta-
tion officer at Frankfort. Enter-
ing the service in
September, 1942.
he became a navi-
gator and also
was attached to a
chemical warfare
outfit for a time.
He has been over-
seas in England,
Belgium and Ger-
many for over 21
months and is
now in charge of
passenge_r and
freight transpor-
throughout 156 stations
from Germany to France. Be-
fore entering the service he at-
tended the University of Florida
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, his brother, Isadore
Harry Dechovitz, has been in the
Merchant Marine
for two years. Prior
to service he was a
civilian employee
working in radar in
New Jersey and
later he worked in
Vancouver for
Henry Kaiser. He
studied electrical
engineering at a
government school
and now is chief
electric engineer on
the S.S. Mauvilla.
He has been in England, France,
Italy, the West Indies, India, the
Pacific and Abadan, Iran.
The Dechovitz family lived at
Miami Beach for 12 years. Mrs.
Dechovitz recently returned to
New York after spending several
weeks here.
tends that nationalism is indis-
pensable to harmony in Jewish
life. Rabbis or lay Jewry who
consider Jewry as only a religious
entity are in error. Zionism,
therefore, becomes as important
as Judaism, according to Dr. Sil-
ver. It is the recognition by a
people that is a "people." In the
present hour, Britain may deny
Palestine to the Jew, but Britain
cannot destroy the harmony in
Jewish life which Zionism helps
achieve. And the Jew will, ac-
cording to Dr. Silver, "move for-
ward unafraid upon the road of
destiny ... in Palestine or in
the Diaspora."
Time has verified the analysis
of anti-Semitism which appears
in the fourth essay, "In the Midst
of Other Peoples." Warning in
1940, that "Jewish persecution is
usually the fore-runner of wide-
scale persecution of other minori-
ties and peoples." Dr. Silver saw
anti-Semitism as primarily the
"weapon in the hands of economic,
reaction ... It has become the
accepted technique." Every ma-
jor phase of this problem so inter-
related with problems of survival
is considered. It is the claritv of
his thinking and the strength of
his soul that enables Dr. Silver
to convince the reader that there
are solutions at hand if the Jew,
as well as the non-Jew will co-
operate to achieve the kind of
world that Moses and Jesus
visioned.
The last of the five essavs is
"The Prophet and His People,"
from which the opening quotation
of this review is taken. The thesis
of this essay is that this very
passion for humanitarian ideals
is at the root of Jewish problems
and vet it is a blessed attribute
and will mean ultimate salvation.
As Dr. Silver concluded. "It is
this prophetic ferment in the soul
of the race, as real in the modern
world as in the ancient world,
which the enemies of Israel and
of mankind most dread. It is
also the testament of Israel's im-
mortality." It is on this note of
great hope that Dr. Silver, the
"prophet." speaks to his people.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, denlrlnft to enKaKe
In buHlneas 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. ___.____
SOL. ALEXANDER
HERBERT I'.OGNER
LOUIS COHEN
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
HEM, REALTY at 425 West 29th
Street. Miami Beach. Florida and In-
tend to register the said fictitious
name in the office of the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAITI, BELENKY.
T1LLIE BEI,ENKY.
Sole Owners.
GEORGE fllERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants
1/4-11-18-25 2/1
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
SN'O-CREME. at 216 N. E. First Ave..
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I>ade County. Florida.
ROSE FREEMAN.
MAX BEGINSKY.
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
ORANGE BLOSSOM COMPANY. 1672
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intends to register the said.name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
This business was formerly owned
and operated by Arthur A. Selevan.
anil Is now owned and operated by
the undersigned.
BERNARD A. SELEVAN.
1/4-U-1S-S8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR REALTY SERVICE. S-7
S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade
County. WrW-^ER ROSKNTHAL.
Registered Broker.
1/4-11-18-25 2/1 ______
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Boosters Installed
DON S. COLEMAN
Phone 4-7485
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigned. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
.,f REGALING! MEG. CO., at 7401
N. W. Thirty-second Avenue. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I'nde County, Florida.
HARRY FEINSTEIN.
S.,le Owner.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/11-18-25 2/1-8
MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH
Licensed Electrologist
Removing Superfluous Hair
Warts and Moles
Permanently Without Scar
1401 Alton Road
Phone 5-1448
13 Yean of Successful Practice in
New York, New Jersey and Miami
Recommended by the Medical
Profession
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET
nt 1SS5 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Fli.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
cur, of Dade Connt^noHd..^^
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN.
Attornev for Applicant.
1/18-25 2/1-8-15 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
EI.ECTRIX APPLIANCE AND RE-
PAIR SHOP at 2761 S. W. 27th Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM BRETAN.
Sole Owner.
UARX FEINBERG.
Attornev for Applicant.
1/18-25 2/1-8-15
Isidore
Dechovitz
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
I And for your convenience
Morris Brother"! New Ap-
j parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flatlet St.. Miami
IN COUNTY .H'DGE'S COPRT
DADE COCNTY. FLORIDA
No. 15252
Re: Estate of STEPHEN K. BREIN-
1NG, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE. ,
NOTICE Is hereby given that T
have filed my final report and pe-
tition for Final Discharge as Ad-
ministratrix of the estate of Stephen
K. Brelnlng. deceased: and that on
the 18th day of February. 1946. I will
applv to the Honorable W. F. Blanton.
Couiitv Judge of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for apnroval of said final report
and for* final discharge as Admii)^
tratrlx of the estate of Stephen K.
Brelnlng. deceased.
This 15th day of January, 1S46.
MARIAN BREINING. -
Administratrix.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
1/18-25 2/1-S
FOR
INTELLIGENT
HANDLING
OF YOUR
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE,
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
PHONE 4-7027
2755 8. W. 27TH AVENUE
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Store
19
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
S^540ffi
Call the Blood Bank
of Dade County
The increased demand for blood, which has
been occasioned by a steady stream of winter
visitors, has resulted in a decided drain on the
bank. While the Dade County Blood Bank
supply is not alarmingly low it DOES need
blood. Why not join this worthy cause?
PHONE
9-1631
FOR APPOINTMENT
The various Jewish organizations have re-
sponded most generously as donors with the
result that this is a direct appeal to those who
have not become donors to do their share.
Your immediate response will be greatly ap-
preciated. Thanks. _
Blood Bank of Dade County
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denial that the Anti-Defamation
league advises Anglo-Jewish pa-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1945
J*. m *fS*3Vf.
% BhlrriU d h..s been d,s-
sk-jrb
a navigation instructor.
Pc Paul Kali, son of Mr. and
Mrs S A KaU. 335 Washington
52 has been discharged from
. ,, !llV Bfte. serving for three
Hewasover-
ith Pacific two and
md n;.w is associ-
h the Arlington hotel
'in._____________
Elects New Officers
New officers of the Deborah
Young Judaean club which mPP."
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen
I ter are Janice Steingold. Dri
dent; Joly Goluskil, vice Dres"
dent; Anice Handelsman. tea.
I tary; Rita Rciss, treasurer,
Ina Rattet and Connie' Jack
son were elected program chair"
men. Current events will be pr "
sented by Minna Hanes; athletics.
Rita Reiss; literary activities Ina'
Rattet. n"
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2-Day
Cruise
$47
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ASK FOR BOOKLET OS OTHER
LONGER CRU SES
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Since 1912
304 E. Flag'.er St. Miami
Phone 9-3605
NEW YORK
Tra is-Cat I Pas^enjei
Df Lue DCS Airlinen
IADAI IOUIPMO
Unscheduled flights for your
added cenvenience. For res-
ervations and information
for individual chartered
passage or complete char-
tered plane, call 3-3455.
PAI1INOK DIVISION
TRANS-CARIBBEAN
All CAiOO UNI! INC.
304 EAST FLAGLER ST.
New York City Office:
36 W. 44th St.. N. Y. 18
The Secret of
D. D. T.
D.D.T., when properly compounded and placed in ex-
perienced hands, represents the most dramatic advance
in pest control oi all times. We have retained the services
of a highly experienced licensed chemist in connection with
our experiments with D.D.T. and have developed a spray
which will eliminate for a considerable time, all ants,
roaches, crickets, silver fish, etc., from the surfaces sprayed.
ECONOMY
EXTERMINATING
COMPANY
OUR MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE
NUMBER HAS BEEN CHANGED TO
5-3444
41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER
\
TRULY NOLEN, President
Residence Phone: 6-3862
fcpasmf
nJfo3 WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY
.3190 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach
Millions of children like thii one face
winter of suffering from exposure.
WHAT CAN YOU SPARE
THAT THCY CAM WEAR?
Clothing that you may consider old can
bring new life to some person to whom
war brought despair and deatirution.
Your spare clothing will be distrib.
uted free, without discrimination, to vic-
tims of Na*i and Jap oppretsion in Eu-
rope, the Philippines, and the Far East.
Dig into your attics, trunks, and clos-
ets today... dig out all the clothing you
can possibly spare.
VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION
For Overseas Relief
January 7 to 31
HARRISON HOTE1
411 Washington Avenue Mia n u PARADA HOTEL
n Avenue Miami Beach 1428 Euclid Arenue Miami Beach
PLANTATION BAR
1360 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Miami
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53 S. W. S. River Drive
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Miami
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Miami Beach
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1515 S. W. 8th Street **"ANT .--_. com Tailors
Miami W N. E. First Avenue
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600 Lincoln Road
Miami
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5905 N. E. Second Avenue M'ami
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[, JANUARY 18, 1946 +Jewist) Meridian PAGE NINE reserves Dates rive Activities lest that organizations IUI the community re.m scheduling public during the intensive 10 iaign period, Feb. 24 to rch %  was issued by William i. Singer, chairman of the 1946 ombine Jewish Appeal, this 'eek. "The 1946 campaign is starting I the moit momentous period of orld histoi'y." Mr. Singer says. The pOBt war period we have ilked about and planned for is ere, n BThe time has come to Bur plans into action. eaden H, vision, and devoted Be required of the imi Jewish communKki the peace won on %  kid shed its blessings Kplc everywhere." Bson Kronish, chairman Breakers' bureau, anKat speakers are now JSo give ten minute talks Bork of the Appeal at Pp meetings. They will Bformation on the 70 combining their 1946 in this one great appeal. >eakers will not solicit funds at ese meetings. Rabbi Kronish :plains, and urges organization •ads to fill out the speakers' ganu ition assignment forms nt t* them and to return same the Speakers' bureau. "The 1946 Combined Jewish apeal looks to the splendid irit Of Cooperation ot the 1 Jew1 organizations m the eoinmuni with assuianee that the priary needs of our people will be eir first consideration," declares nger. "The will and undivided "ort Of all organizations during 2 campaign period are a vital cessity in insuring our goal. t us pool our strength and save wish lives!" rUDENTS TO PRESENT OUDAY PROGRAM Students of the Miami Beach wish Center Sunday school will esent a special assembly proim in observance of Chamisho or B'Shevat Sunday morning. Members of the Eighth grade 10 Will participate, under the ection of Miss Jeannette Tupinclude: Robert Grass. Edith itman, Barbara Yagoda, Sylle Busker, Helena Krepack, irley Price. Irene Levitt, Myra iner, Sheila Warhaftig. Carol er, Joan Kobrin, Gwyneth Banice Steingold, Jay Neil Shankler, HQWitz, Mona Rubenstein, iro, Ina Rattet, Toby Leonard Berg, Nancy Janford Kimball and ^ %  jdelsman. Holiday rem will be served by the n addition to the general as:T, the Sixth grade has been ^p picnic and outing as GIUER, Realtor It). Av., Ph. t.|M7l iraoid ndg Ph. |im Face Facts By George Talianoff Florida Regional Director, ADL My associate, Gilbert J. Balkin, has written an article for "Palmland," a publication of AZA, Chapter 322, of Miami, in which he has set forth several broad principles of behavior and action. The readers of this column should find this information both informative and interesting. What can we—each of us—do to bring about a broader, more effective democracy in our school, our community, our state, our nation, our world? Here are a few simple but important things we can do. Let's try them! 1. We can foster the habit of judging others on their individual merits, not on the basis of their belonging to a particular racial, religious or national group. 2. We can learn to know and respect persons of a different religion, color or nationality from ourselves. We can do this by making friends with persons of other racial, religious or nationaly groups. We can also participate with them in joint activities and projects such as Brotherhood Week celebrations, the March of Dimes campaign, the Community Chest drive, and youth and patriotic rallies, thereby working together to build a better community. 3. We can not only refrain from using derogatory words and phrases in referring to persons of other groups — words such as "nigger" or "dago," for example —but we can politely call to the attention ot anyone using them their un-American and undemocratic nature. 4. We can avoid telling "nigger" jokes. "Scotch" jokes, and jokes in which members of other groups are victims of our alleged humor, just as we wish others not to tell jokes in which Jews are defamed and caricatured. 5. We can study our community and find out what needs to be done to make it a more democratic place in which to live. We can study all signs of discrimination and segregation and can call to the attention of the community leaders the fact that such discrimination and segregation are un-democratic and unAmerican and should be eliminatArmy-Navy Group To Study Service Needs Re-evaluation of the services of the Greater Miami Army-Navy committee of the National Jewish Welfare board will be made by a committee headed by Monte Selig, it was decided at a recent meeting of the Army-Navy group. The study is necessitated by the end of the war and the decrease of soldiers in this area. The committee will survey the needs of services from Key West to Fort Pierce. A preliminary report made by Leon Schulman revealed that there are nearly 1,500 men and women of Jewish faith still in uniform in this area. Miami and especially Miami Beach constitute a "leave" area, Schulman said. Nat Roth, War Records committee chairman, said that his committee now has listings for 2,049 Jewish men and women of this area who served or are serving in the armed forces. The committee is still seeking to complete its records. Plans are now being made to present National JWB certificates of appreciation to all active volunteers and committees who served during the war years. The presentations will be made at a meeting in February. ed in order to bring about democracy for all persons. 6. We can acquaint ourselves with national problems and with legislative proposals pending in Congress for their solution. We can support all progressive measures — such as the Full Employment bill. Fair Employment Practice legislation, and increased Minimum Wage legislation — which, when enacted, will translate into greater reality the ideals of our American way of life. If each of us and everyone will carry out the few suggestions outlined above, it should not be long before this world will be a better, happier place for all. ib / ueuk. hde^ (biuiiif New Hadassah Group To Hear Book Review YPL STARTS DANCES FOR GI's. CIVILIANS First of a series of Sunday night dances for servicemen and civilians was held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center this week. The dances are sponsored by the Center's Young Peoples league. The Senior Youth council, another Center group, will hold a Barn dance tomorrow evening at 8 p. m. The dance will be a costume affair and open to bovs and girls of the 10th. 11th and 12th grades of the Sunday school. Marvin Frankel is chairman of the program committee. Temporary committee appointments made at a meeting of the YPL's executive committee Tuesday include: Jerry Maltz. publicity; Annette Mirchin, Joan Peltz, Jean Kutchuk and Selma Lewis, social committee; Miriam Singer and Elsie Brower as secretaries, and Shirley Ross, Sam Dresner, Seymour Brieloff, Roslyn Kivel and Norma Raskin, program committee. Plans were initiated for a Purim ball to take placeMarch 17. Next open meeting of the league will be held Jan. 29 at the Center. Refreshments and dancing will follow the cultural hour. Membership in the league is open to men and women over 18 years. A meeting of the newly organized Hadassah chapter has been called by Mrs. Joel Belov. temporary chairman, for Monday afternoon at the Town Y. Following a reception from 1:30 to 2 p.m., a short business meeting will be held and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan Guide to the Jewish Problem." Mrs. Louis Hartz, Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Maurice Sager are in charge of refreshments. Telephone chairman is Mrs. Ben Abraham and the program committee consists of Mrs. M. Feingold and Mrs. D. Serenaker. DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS announce! hit return from service and opening of hit office for the practice of dentistry at 715-17 Seybold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appointment. IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAItE FEIIBRAL r MIAMI 41 MOtTHIAST FIRST AVINUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. • Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than P resent monthly rental. ayments can include taxes, insurance, etc. # Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Jottpb M Upton, President Ph. Mate 2-c Stanley D. Tanenbaum, son of Charles N. Tanenbaum, 2101 S. W. 11th St.. was discharged at Jacksonville recently after 18 months in the Navy. Tunenbaum arrived in the U. S. in December after serving aboard an LST in the Pacific where he took part in operations at Saipan, New Hebrides, the Marshalls and Ulithi. He also saw action at Okinawa, where his ship was damaged by a Japanese suicide plane. Before entering the Navy he attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. He and his wife, the former Marcia Smith of Chicago, are making their home here. Og t"L MJGUST BROS Rw Is the DE->T.' "*. Veteran of 40 months in the Army, Dr. Lester A. Frank has opened his dental office at 835 Lincoln rd. The son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Frank of 932 10th St., I Dr. Frank was a captain in the medical corps. After five months in England, he participated in the D-Day invasion on Normandy and was awarded a citation of merit for his work on the beaches under fire. He also received a bronze I star in subsequent action in Belgium and Germany. A graduate of Northwestern university Den| tal school, he was slated to be 1 shipped to the Far East, but was : redeploved home when the Japs surrendered. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated at the unveiling of a monument to the memory of Mrs. Esther Levin in the Jewish section of Woodlawn cemetery in West Palm Beach recently. Her husband, A. Levin, and son, Ira, were present. Leon Kahanor, 62, died recently in West Palm Beach after a brief illness. He was a resident of West Palm Beach for 25 years. The body was shipped to Washington, D. C, where a sister resides. 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iAY. JANUARY 18. 1946 +Jeisii fieriJtw iter of Speakers Spark UJA Meet )NTINUED FROM PAGE 1) PAGE THREE %  er is an outstanding radio [electrical engineer by pro|n. Among his many invenis a device which detects through the ground and was installed in the Magiae. At present, Capt. Gamis commissioner general of "Eclaireurs Israelites de, Bee," an organization of i Jewish youth which formnucleus of a unit of Jewiquis organized by Gamzon fter tlufall cif France. lias Evelyn Kali will lead the Bce in the singing of the lal anthem and Hatikva at %  jncheon meeting, iator Barkley will give the We address at the afternoon He will be introduced by ell Wolfson. Also scheduled Kteak Sunday afternoon is id I. Kaufman of Hollywho was conference cornchairman of the National JJA. Ha ion de Hirsch Meyer Will preside at this session during Which the Resolutions committee of the Florida conference will make a report. Abraham Goodl is chairman of the committee ; is assisited by Shepard Broad, ey C. Myers, Louis Heiman Bjlrs. Benjamin Meyers, lass meeting, set for 8 p.m. ly at Temple Israel, will ide the conference. The jpment and settlement of une and the rehabilitation fugees there will be deby Mr. Herrmann. Rabbi will outline the task of lean Jewry to raise the UJA to insure the survival of iJewish people. Orovitz, president of the Br Miami Jewish Federation, %  be chairman of the mass meeting. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Will make the invocation and Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will deliver the benediction. The sponsoring committee of the conference, which includes Sam Blank, Abraham Goodman, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Stanley C. Meyers, Max Orovitz, Monte Selif, William D. Singer and Mitchell Wolfson, said in anMr. Pansy Marmur Flaum. 1000 17th st., will be hostess at a garden party at her home at 4 p.m. Sunday for the benefit of the Spanish Refugee Appeal. Guests of honor will be Gen. Victor Yakhantoff, former member of the general staff of the Czar's Imperial Army, and James Marshall, Miami attorney. "The South'* Only Seltzer %  Plant" SIPHON SELTZER %  ATER ivered to Tour Door Hfe Cater to All Parties Health SIPHDN-Seltzer >d to the last drop. Exflavor. Highly carbo10c Per Bottle IK BOTTLING CO. r. W. 4th Ave. Ph. 3-1536 h k Lra. JJ4J/J ferOUR JEWISH IERAL HOME" U EB K •mCttli.T SNOOT HAKKITY of mmxk JEWBM FIMRJU. HOMES I Gladly Fumithtd en ftequetl MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish S. L. PLUMMER Three lectures are scheduled for the Spinoza Forum this week. Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "If Bialik Were Alive Today." Charles H. Lee will lecture on the stars Tuesday evening at 8 and Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will discuss "The Art and Science of Living" at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The Forum meets at 124 Ocean dr. Temple Israel Men's Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. A surprise speaker, cards and refreshments are scheduled. Mrs. Rose Levy has called a meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives Relief society for 8 p.m. Monday at the Beach Y. The society's Feb. 12 donor lunchi on will be discussed. UNVEILING Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Molly Enger will take place Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor A. S. Friedman will officiate. Gordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. nouncing the meeting: "Six million Jews have been killed in the Nazi hell-holes. Only a million and a quarter have survived, many owing to the help of their Christian neighbors. The thought that these survivors, who have endured so much, will now be left to succumb to hunger and j epidemics rampant in Europe is incompatible with the American sense of justice, generosity and fair play. "American Jewry as a whole is embarking on the 1946 United Jewish Anpeal campaign for $100,000,000 Which, as the greatest peacetime campaign in the history of the United States, will meet the responsibilities of American Jewry for the rescue and rehabilitation and resettlement of the surviving Jews in Europe. We are confident that our fellowJews in Florida at this extraordinary state conference will plan a program of action that will help prevent the further destruction of Jewish life abroad," the committee said. One or Two Gentlemen Lovely Room in Apartment MRS. J. FINKLESTEIN 2765 N. W. 17th Terrace DOG vtf* t6 ***** Sit by YOUR Fireside All that's left of their hearth and home is what you see in this picture. Among the things they desperately need to •tart a new life is clothing. What can you spare that they can wear? Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding. If your contribution seems negligible, bear this in mind: Every garment you give means one more human being saved from cold or sickness or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today ... dig out all the clothing you can spare ... take it to your local collection depot now. What YOU Can Do! J Get together all the clothing you can spare. 2 Take it to your local collection depot immediately. {$ Volunteer some spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY. V overcoats V then Vlweattri V tepceatt \ drtutt V robtt V iu iii • V tkirU V underwear V jaclctlt V glovti V pajamas V pantt V capt V bedding The more you do the better you'll fee! VICTORY CLOTHING COILECITON for Overseas Relief JAM7&3J HENRY J. KAISER National Chairman Xbi* advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for tbt Victory Clothing Collection. and is sbonsored bv Jackie's Fine Food Restaurant | MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE CO. 134 23rd Si. Miami Beach E. DIAMOND & SON Wholesale Novelties 513 N. Miami Ave. Miami A. F. GIVEN. Accountant Congress Bldg. Miami StyWcraft Bag Manufacturers 1320 N. Miami Ave. Miami Grand National Importers Wholesale Liquors 30* N. W. 9th Ave, Miami 1st National Bank Bldg. Miami RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Rd. Miami ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET Gordon 8 Women's Apparel 1650 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami DuPonl Buildin *"* PINDER BROS. FISH MARKET G. M. A. CLUB 447 N. W. 14lh St. Miami 150 S. E. 1st St. Miami Mrs. William Douglas Pawley. i COMMERCIAL STANDARD 3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach • INSURANCE CO. 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Pete's Bar & Cocktail Lounge Coral Gables 1137 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO. MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 176 N. E. 20ih St. Miami 1261 Washington Ave. Miami B'ch. %  % %  I BBHBSSSBWBBSnISsD



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LY, JANUARY 18. 1946 *Jmitfk fhrldHan PAGE ELEVEN IE FORD E ELECTIONS ^^ %  •ral membership of the Home for the Aged will t 8 p.m. Jan. 30 at the •Beach Elementary school, Washington ave. and 14th st.. for elections. ft Fifty-one directors will be elected from the following slate '^and will, in turn, elect officers of the Hoini' %  Spaet. M. H. Frankel. Jear, Joel Zalis, Mrs. BenAppel, Mrs. Benjamin Gus Trau, Sam Ritter, Broad, Leo Robinson, ber, S. Aronstein, Samuel itein, Benjamin Sherry. Danziger, N. H. Darsky, Feiner, Nathan Glosser, nberg, Al Perlstein. Joe Sydney Weintraub, ft. UCLi Hkbraham Goodman, Henry ltn Wlish. Alfred Stone. B. Miller, Sam Prosterman, Raff, Milton Weiss, Herman £. M. Lieberman, Mitchell Eddie Singer, Benjamin David Liebman, Ralph Monte Selig, Morris E. Irving Frankel, Mr. J. an, Mr. S. Lobel, William Dr. Charles Liebow, Dr. Steppner, Dr. William Dr. Julius Rosenthal, inhardt, Baron de Hirsch i Becker, David Rott. JaHtkin, I. Weiss, Mrs. Moses ^Xrieger, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Vtra. Fannie Land, Rudy Adlcr, Harry A. Cornblum. f< luul "in" mil in „in„ HI Hill s III. nil llllllllll "\ %  llllllllll ri|" i.liin Hill III III Hill IN GREATER MIAMI STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board Good Location—Reasonable Prices 1348 S. W. Second St. For Reservations for Dinners Phono 3-7539 THE BROOK CLUB ANNOUNCES the season's opening Nan Wynn Cappello & Patricia Jules Lande Orchestra Pedro and his Rumba Orchestra MANETTI, -Waitre 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: S8-1855, 5-9527 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that be ui aarslKn.- engage HI malnoaa iinil.T tlir fictitious name "f 'LAMNGe EASIIK INS, at 12s X. E. •trt Aveniif. Mliitnl. Fin intends t" egiatar Ulo .said iiainc with tinClerk if the Circuit Court of Datle County. Tortoa. DAVID HOLLUB. IAKRY EUKERNICK. Attoraay for Applicant. /18-I5 1/1-8 NOTICE IS HUKKIIY CIVKN that he uneanlgned, desiring to engage In •tiaanaaa under the fictitious name of •AM1AMT IIOTKI-, Miami. Intend to Kid name with the Clerk of lit Court of Dade County, ^JUIAN SCHULMAN. FA. ROSS. i DIETZ. attorney for Applicants. I/J-ll-18-25 01 COUNTY JUDGES COURT CD FOR DADE COUNTY, OA. IN PROBATE. No. 17098 [Estate of SAMUEL B. GESceased. TICE TO CREDITORS redI tors and All Persona II.ivims or Demands Against Said land each of you, are hereby Tand required to present any ^knd demands which you, or I ef you, may have against the Baf SAMUEL B. GESNER. delate of Dade County. Florida, on. W. F. BLANTON. County Dade County, and file the his office In the County use In Dade County, Florida, Bight calendar months from of the first publication hereclalms or demands to conlegal address of the claimant sworn to and presented as • or same will be barred, tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate %  January 9, A. D. 194fi. FLORENCE GESNER. Imlnistrati ix of the Estate of Samuel B. Gesner, deceased. SILVER, ley for Administratrix. 2/1 0*" it! ,10* I COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT *D FOR DADE COUNTY. IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 17055 t: ESTATE OF DAVID K. Deceased. ?TICE TO CREDITORS redltors and All Persons HavJlalrr.s or Demands Against fcstate: [and each of you. are hereby | and required to present any knd demands which you. or you, may have against the DAVID K. REED, deceased ude County, Florida, to the F. BLANTON. County Judge County, and file the same In In the County Courthouse In ounty, Florida, within eight I months from the date of the plication hereof. Said claims nds to contain the legal ad[ the claimant and to be sworn resented as aforesaid, or same arred. See Section 120 of the .ate Act. [December 87, A. D. 1948. ESTHER K. REED, ecutrlx of the Last Will and ament of DAVID K. REED. Jscd. SILVER, ey for Executrix. 1-25 '••'•I IS HEREBY GIVEN that rslgned. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of -.UORESCENT A APPLIX. at 8670 8". W. 22nd St.. InI register said name with the the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. L. EDWARD BERNSTEIN. l/4-ll-ll "* Wn8r .Ww"***! PRESENTS THIS IS MIAMI •TARRING JOHNNY JOHNSTON MOM SINUINU BTAR JAN MURRAY NO. i ON rovB bar? I'ARADB RUSSELL SWAN DAVE TVI.F.R—CAT A LINO Orchestra Brsrrvstlonn: B8-3II77 Dade Blvd.. Cor. West Ave. %  ENDEB, hi try steaks that win melt In your niuuth served la •be roolest place In town from 4 to midnight. New Orleans cuisine — Miiiic by Marty Baye al the piano In the cocktail lounge. 626 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8771 STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM ALDEN HOTEL 2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. lo 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Closed Every Monday Blumenfeld's „Q n ,ULUU BI5CAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET COCKTAILS DINNER SUPPER RESERVATIONS PHONE'PIERRE'73831 •*. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washin7ton Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED lli'il.. Ill*M •ti;IUfi|tfMl ni I |r llrl 'till ,!.<•. i* .1 > |tl*il l in's) Telephone 58-2979 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. al 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 SERVED FROM 5:30 to 8:00 P. M. MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY Catering lo Weddings. Banquets and Bar Milzvah Parties Tk. Bill !••• fllllt III IIMlil lilt • %  Mlial laid Uns.r usirrlilos si HAROLD "HAL" tUNILL The Fines* /nfernafiona/ Cuisine in fne World TABLE D'HOTE end A LA • All IE Imported Champagnes and ton Winn of old iinioqt — cAoi'c* Liquoun Music by CHARLIE IIIIBECK and HU Orrhettrav Dinner M u*l <• DANCING Vntll 12 No Cover Char, BetervBtloni Call LOUIS, 6ft-* ZX fllorocco RESTAURANWBAR P& Collins Ave. at 33rd St. Miami Beach REVL1N 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 FINE FOODS •*-*. M. M. KJ COLLINS AT 20TH MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED 9 A.M.-3 A.M. Specializing In ... BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs of Beef The Only Ini\ 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 Best Meal in Town 645 COLLINS AVEMIAMI BEACH. FLA. A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478 S IHHM. viriQiEcm %  'A | f W I'. H I] I N N I It 14 6 C O I I I N S A v t ••' I A U I f I SPECIALIZING IN SHORE DINNERS SELECT STEAKS Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11 Sunday, 12 to 11 rftf-l/€/-T.fl\.*Vir\T BLVD. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslKned, desiring to engage |n business under the fictitious name of MARTIN CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841 N. Miami Avenue, Intend to reiilster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM WEINSTOCK D. MARTIN MELTZ 12/2S 1/4-11-1R-K NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of F H OHOWERS at South Dixie Highway, Kendall. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FLORENCE SMITH. Sole Owner. DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney 12/28 1/4-11-18-25 Ni (TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LA HONITA GIFTS, at 216 N. E. First Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. __ .,„ BERTHA V. OOH*n. Solo 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 COMMERCIAL AIR CON'DITIONINQ REFRIGERATION CO.. at 201 N \V. Second Avenue. Intends to register said name with the Clerk <>f the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. MURRAY KORDON. Sole Owner. 1/U-1S-25 2/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH RADIO AND APPLIANCE SHOP at 440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, intends to register eald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .,,,_., IVY E. KOLCHNER Sole Owner. DIANA COOPERSMITH. Attorney 12/28 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of H1SCAYNE BEAUTY SUPPLY at "614 N. W. 7th Ave.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. l,OUIS COHEN HERBERT BOONER SOL ALEXANDER 12/28 1/4-11-18-16. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltlotu* 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 Bench, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. ARTHUR A. SELEVAN. 1/4-11-18-26 J.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY ?*uancdfy jKjMoAinf Mr. and Mrs. S. Aronstein, 639 West eve are entertaining her listers, MrsAnna Greenberg of New York and Mrs J. C. Schoeman oi Chicago Mrs. Maurice Appere of New York is visiting her children end grandson, Billie. Julien and Spencer Acpereat 63 N. E 50th st. She is a charter -r.err.re: and secretary of the Vomen s division. American Jewish Congress' in Washington Hei "We ought to rent a note", foi all our guests says Milton Friedman. He and his wife are entertaining her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Stern c: Columbia, S. C hei aunt. Mrs Helen Lipton of ru:::a S C ; Mrand M. Barney Goodman end Harry Merker of Engle* wood, N. J. The Goodmans are former Miami residents • Mr Friedman s parents, Mr. ana Mrs. William Friedman, have as their house guests Morris Draluk end his bride the former Scr.ia Sexier c: New York who are on their honeymoon. Mrs. Draluk is the Friedmans great niece Cap:, and Mrs. Howard K< and ihe:r daughtei Penny are visiting his parents Mi ar^a MrsBenjamin N. Kane on Di Lido island toi a month In the Army live years, Capt Kane is on terminal leave alter return* ing from the ETO r ::. Louis Sax is spending a convalescent furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Sax of the E Morocco hotel. Holder oi the Silver Star award Pfc. Sax has just returned from duty In Manila Mrs. Reba Goldberg ci Boston :s visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. ana Mrs. D M. ZhaMn 528 N E26th st. Mrs. Harry A. Kaplan c: Pass a.. N. J. is the cues: of her brother and sisterin-law. Mr. and Mrs. lean Kaplan • Expecting to make their home in Miami are Staff Sgt. and Mrs Acraham Wdpo of Brooklyn. Sg: Walpc was released bom the Army a::er three and cne-hal: rears service Pvt Owen I Znernid just returned from 11 months service in Europe with the signal corps, is visiting his mothe: Mrs Anna Rcsenthal. 1546 S. W Thud s: %  Mrs P D iamond arrived -as: night irom New York to vis:: her meres M.ss Frances Ginsberg ana Mrs Sam S:na::er Sieaer ana 5:11 Horowitz a:e the house guests oi Mr Si< brother-in-law and sister, Mi and Mrs. Harold S will return to Flushing N I next week THE PARTY LINE Mrs la:::: V. li from Brooklyn lasi week end tc Browns Exchange Vows In Double Ring Ceremony Irvine Kimmels Take Extended Honeymoon CENTER LUNCHEON TO AID KITCHEN FUND I.t. Noim.m Brown and the visit hex son-in-law ana daughter Mi ana Mrs. "a-: P. Marash. Mrs Marasn Winterfield were neld a: Victoz s Tuesd ning Mrs J. Myei Schine will be n:;:ess :: 5C veterans ::;:n the Biltmore hospital today a: a rocktcil party ana buffet supper on the di: rare c: the Roney Plaza :ara:.a club Aae will pay a: :he :::::: luncheon :: me Miami chapter National Home fox Jewish Children a: Denver Ian 29 at the Becchccmbei For the t g_;s: %  • %  ill receive an orchid A re:en: arrival a: she 5 Hcven hotel .-..._ :n Bregstorte sen :: :he late Judge 2nd Phuip P. Bregstone si :...• :aa: an; Miss Edythe S Lee :: New York will ce married Sunday a: me Sea U ate ~BrockLu:e. Mass be the home of Sgt i %  '%  ? Irwin R Messengex who "'ere marr:ea Saturdav tcme oi Rabbi ana Mrs Irving LehrIrene Markowitj dxs Ml Ocean dr Set Messe: who .s stationed a: Tame Edwords ?.las; .s "he sen :: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan' Messei S: Albert* N V Ten new Lie members enrelied n tie Mam. ? ". .':mens Auxiliary tc :ne Jew^ P hrfde daughter of Mr. and Thibrim. -J""* 1615 Country K Sr>uple is now honeymoonn,,vi-n is on terminal li-.i\e umii March 6 Both he and his bride !" Sresume their college stud.es after their honeymoon. A he wedding, Lt. and Mrs Sam Coolik were best man and iinc the bride were her sister. M?ss Diane Koven, Mrs. MJc G. ; stem and Miss Rima Joy kutner. Howergirls were Andrea Ruskln : an ui:''s wereM. O. Stein. Louis Kutner. Raymond Kutner ana Arno Kutner. Following the ceremony a butfet supper was served In Kaplan i hall to the approximately 200 guests who attended the nodding. (Out-of-town guests included the will be given | Rroon y s parents and M. L. Breitli Jewish Censtein, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stern, the benefit ^ n ^; mA M rs. Louis Kutner. quip the kitchen Rjm;| and Tonv Kutner, Mr. and Mrs Henry H. Koven. Mr. Harry jr is chairman of Koven. Mrs. William Oarflnkie 'Ihah-nS' SSwft o a f n S h S. S elW ... ,., -chairman. iber show nted. Price of the ...... be made with nd at 1801 Collins Joseph B si at 1400 ] •.... the Slster... meeting :.: %  : A dramatic pro..a Land" by Mrs. Alfred M Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Mrs. Joseph David Brooks. Schn ibman will anii I by her huswill be in obOsor B'S MRS SAMUEL FRIEDLAND A month's trip to Nassau. Havana and Mexico followed the • •"•• .. ~u i olio wed thel wedding of the former Georgettel Kesler and Irvine kimmel, who! were married at Ciro'a last Wed-L nesday. When they return froml their honeymoon, the newlywedjl will reside in Miami Beach. The bride, daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Joseph Kesler, New York.1 attended the Parsons School of! Design. During the war she! worked with the American Red Cross. Mr. Kimmel. son of Mr.] and Mrs. Charles L. Kimmel, Mil Ninth St., is a mechanical engi-1 neer and attended the University^ of Miami. Mrs. Mortimer D. Karger of] New York was her sister's matron { of honor and Lt. Jesse A. Kimrr.e. i was best man for his brother. 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\oster of Distinguished Speakers to Spark Extraordinary UJA State Conference at Palm Island lle, the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth there, the fion of an international trusteeship for the country, and the convening of a United Nations conference, under U. S. leadership, to provide havens in many countries for Jews were among > proposals placed before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine this week, as Jewish leaders—Zionist and non-Zionist—testified. Major proposals advocated by British Jews Mourn Jewish spokesmen were: H9n JCW5 IVIOUrn j Establishment of an interuj.L t fV L_ | or i T national commission, backed by the United Nations, as a temporary measure for early largescale transfer of Jews from the devastated areas of Europe to Palestine, asked by Dr. Emailuel Neumann, vice president of the Zionist Organization of America. 2. An international loan, possibly from the American Import-Export Bank, for the development of Palestine, urged by Robert Szold, another vice president of the ZOA. 3. A United Nations international trusteeship over Palestine as a safeguard for Jewish immigration and settlement, called for by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer. president of the nonZionist American Jewish comJDON (JTA)—Jews in all flj^Bn tins week mourned Dr. Herman Hertz, chief rabbi British Empire since 1913. lied at his home here after less of two months. He was irs old. fc in Slovakia in 1872. Dr. %  wu.s brought t<> New York age of 12 and was educated City College of New York, ibia university and the Jewleological Seminary, where |ok his rabbinical degree. 1894 to 1898 he was rabbi congregation irf"Syracuse, „ until called to the Witrstrand Old Hebrew Congretn in Johannesburg, South hen the Boer War broke out 39, Hertz was expelled from Africa by President Paul (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Pancoast Named 1 Beach Citizen st recipient of Temple Beth )m's annual award to Miami ^h's No. 1 private citizen is Russell T. Pancoast, presiof the Servicemen's Pier as^tion for the past three and U years. 3. Pancoast will be awarded ique at services this evening le Temple for her work in lucting recreational activities lie Pier and its branches dur[thc war. The presentation be made by Mrs. Lester J. \s, chairman of the awards littee. special award will also be fcnted to Mrs. Judson L. Owen Memory of her late husband lis efforts as a member of Committee. lers who served on the comtv include August Geiger, D. Montgomery, Louis sky and Edwara Mercer. Pancoast has also been nated for the "First Lady of [Year in fWwP Miami" of Beta Sigma Phi busi [women's U i^,„ tlll iun. 4. Convening of a United Nations conference, led by the United States, to provide refuge for displaced Euror/ \i Jews in many countries, requested by Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism, who declared that at best Palestine was "only one of the places" that could accept the Jews. Mr. Szold testified that American Jews invested a total of $155,000.000 in Palestine, and said that of this sum, more than $110,000,000 was sent to Palestine as gifts through major Jewish organizations in the United States and about $45,000,000 were private Jewish investments. Judge Proskauer severely criticized the White Paper restrictions, emphasizing that "solemn international agreements have specifically guaranteed that Pales(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Winnie, On Way Here, Says He's A Zionist NEW YORK (JTA)—Terming himself "a Zionist from the very beginning," former Prime Minister Winston Churchill said this week that he was still opposed to the White Paper which restricts Jewish immigration into Palestine, but believed that the entire problem was one for joint Anglo-American action. (Churchill arrived in Miami Wednesday morning to vacation here with his wife.) Expressing his approval of the inquiry committee which is now studying the issue, Churchill told a press conference, following his disembarkation from the Queen Elizabeth, that "I think too heavy a weight has been thrown on Britain, considering the complicated nature of her Moslem and Arab relations." Although he refused to suggest any specific suggestion as to how the United States could help solve the problem, declaring that he "would find it difficult to formulate any precise ideas at the present time," Churchill reiterated his belief that "far greater results can be obtained through the efforts of both nations. They might bring about a most happy solution for the whole world." he continued. IT E Robert Nathan, Washington economist and attorney who last week testified before the Anglo-American Inquiry committee, will be the principal speaker at the joint installation of B'nai B'rith lodges. Righthand man to Donald Nelson. Nathan was chairman of the WPB Planning board and was voted one of the ten outstanding young men of America by the U. S. Chamber of Commerce in 1945. In his testimony last week, Nathan favored open immigration to Palestine. More than 350 delegates from Florida cities are expected to convene at the extraordinary state conference of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine Sunday to plan the participation of local Jewish communities in the national campaign for $100,000,000 to provide lifeOsaving relief, rehabilitation and resettlement for displaced Jews in Europe. The conference will meet all day, beginning at 10 a. m. at the Latin Quarter to hear first-hand reports of conditions in PRICE TEN CENTS An installation banquet and dance under the joint sponsorship of Sholem and Miami Beach lodges of B'nai B'rith will be held at the Terrace restaurant at 6 p.m. Sunday. J. Bernard Spector, general chairman, announces that a few reservations are left and may be obtained by calling 3-6306. Morrice S. Uman, president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, has come from Tampa to be installing officer. C,l. JClry Stone will be toastmaster. During the program, Louis Heiman, vice president of the Fifth district of B'nai B'rith, will present a charter to the Miami Beach lodge. Speeches will be given by Harold Turk, outgoing president of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Grossman Youth for Organizes CJA Drive Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y, has been appointed organizer of the Youth division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. William D. Singer, campaign chairman, announces. Grossman has selected Miss Natalie Frankel to head the Miami Beach Youth division and Ted Sakowitz to head the Miami group. Miss Frankel and Sakowitz will appoint subcommittees to aid them. The work of the Youth, division (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) CJA Cabinet Adds 2 Yic#-£hirmen The political, military and civilian viewpoint on overseas' relief and rehabilitation will be outlined at the UJA state conference Sunday by this quintet of distinguished speakers. Top, left to right. Rabbi James Heller. Senator Barkley, Captain Robert Gamzon, Major Judah Nadich; right, Leo Herrmann. Europe and Palestine from a group of distinguished speakers. Senator Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, majority leader of the United States Senate; Capt. Robert Gamzon, leader of the Jewish Maguis in France whose underground activities were responsible for the rescue of 50.000 Jews from Nazi deportation; Maj. Judah Nadich, former senior chaplain in the European theatre and special adviser on Jewish affairs to General EisenhowerjLeo Hfimianrt H JmiSareTrt", 'lecretary-general of the Palestine Foundation Fund, and Dr. James G. Heller of Cincinnati, national chairman of the UJA, will be the principal speakers. Monte Selip will preside at the morning session during which Maj. Nadich will describe conditions in the displaced persons camps in Germany and Austria and the desDerate plight of the 100,000 Jewish survivors there. He will be introduced by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver the invocation and Rabbi Leon Kronish will make the benediction. Captain Gamzon, who is the grandson of Chief Rabbi Alfred Levi of France, will be principal speaker at the luncheon session at which Sam Blank will preside. The 40-year-old underground Mrs. Max Dobrin and M. J. Kopelowitz were appointed vice chairmen of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced today by Chairman William D. Singer. Mrs. Dobrin will head the general solicitation group and Mr. Kopelowitz will head the professional group. In announcing the formation of the general solicitation group, Mrs. Dobrin said: "The group has as its aim the reaching of as many contributors to the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal as possible. We feel that every Jewish resident of the Miami area has an individual responsibility to answer the call of our people's distress. The democratic concept of our American Jewish life finds its fullest expression in the will and eagerness of every single one of us to share in the regeneration of our distressed brethren throughout the world. Democracy implies more than privilege —it involves responsibility. I am (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Fund Drive for Dade Agencies Launched by 1500 Workers The Red Feather campaign of the Community Chest, launched with an inspiring address by General Chairman Stanley C. Myers, was in full swing this week and will continue until the goal of $810,971 is reached. Myers said the enthusiasm and determination of the 1,500 workers indicated that the success of the drive might come before the official closing Feb. 1. Human services to thousands of Dade county residents depend upon the outcome of the campaign, he said, sending the workers out with a message of hope and courage. Describing Dade county as a typical community, Myers said: "Like other cities, selfishness and greed reside here. Bigotry and intolerance occasionally rear their ugly heads. Our people are often too intent upon reaping the harvest during these years of plenty and pay too little attention to their obligations to society. The cold seuibi.rnsa bJrrounds us and reaches ou. *o ifle and immobolize our philanthropic and charitable impulses. There is always present the danger that if we forget for a moment the needs of our neighbors, the golden rule, overlook and reject our responsibilities as citizens, that this cold of selfishness will destroy us and the community in which we live and which we love so much." Myers also stressed the fact that agencies supported by the Communitv Chest provide services which are as necessary as financial aid to "make it possible for every man, woman, child and family in this area to live a selfrespecting, normal, healthy and happy life." "The need for financial assistance is in almost every case merely a symptom of some greater problem, that if not investigated, diagnosed and treated generally leads to the breakdown and deterioration of the individual or family unit," he said. The first report meeting Friday will be followed by report meet(Continued on Pane 3) DADE COUNTY SLOW IN ANSWERING CALL Dade county's lack of response to the call for clothing for bombed-out Europeans was criticized by Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, county chairman of the United National Victory Clothing drive, this week. Mrs. Hirsch decried the fact that thousands are living in luxury here while war victims overseas have not even the barest essentials with which to cover themselves, and even if they had the money, there is little clothing available in Europe for them to buy. "What Can You Spare That They Can Wear?" is the national slogan in the appeal for all used and cast-off clothing. Headquarters for the drive is 2100 Washington ave. Receiving stations have also been set up in schools, synagogues, churches, the American Legion and postoffices. Two army trucks are picking up clothes where the size of bundles warrants it. NEW YORK, (JTA) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, sailed last week for London after a two-months stay in the United States. Prior to his departure he announced that he intends to visit ings each Tuesday and Friday for Palestine soon and to remain the next two weeks. there for an indefinite period.



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I PAGE SIXTEEN ADL Denies Aiding Ford Advertising A defense of Henry Ford and a denial that the Anti-Defamation league advises Anglo-Jewish papers to publish Ford advertising was issued by Richard E. Gus national direcl r, cent accusation by C Phineas J. Biron. In his -Strictly Confidential" column, ADL pushes Ford at; D i sn I the U fused to inter! tribution of the P: I .. that goes on I The Protoi :.. %  • ... •The Ai .. mation %  > -.!. t th I rd i n 5 strenuo with toco Is ti it ll knows 1 t '•.'.. %  :: %  :.: %  : %  No copies of '...: I till Mexico, %  %  ... C '..: ... H nEl Sah adoi t Nicai G is%  ami unc< I, Jewish Brigade To Be Topic of Broadcast Feal Drama I %  : thi :. 1 WKA1 Sundaj '%  I n r a foi ...•. ... • .-: i literature, tra s I biston I a unit of ...C : lent lorful pictu: .. The • :.. the story"c! •• and ... ... Callirs Trsnsport & Trading. Inc. v v.. ;>RI> sr. Phone 3-0789 I WANT MY MILK And B. Sura It'i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENTZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producto" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Ou? F*rw at 1800 N. w. SSMI gtMM ROSE CHAPTER AIDS AUSTRIAN JEWS < Rose chapti B'rith. i salisDu Newlv elect ... B'nai 1 K war mation lea%  Mrs. H I M Mrs. N Mml • Scl I the S 31 %  trict. 1 M • %  %  • M %  • to the Silver Star Awarded Posthumously To Roth The Si Star has .: rinh... .til 01 M -, ecomplet. t which 1 %  lv. Roth %  %  by Gei %  %  lint, but was %  was but i Hi died I .imn. h was the i m%  %  FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1945 J*. m *£fS*3Vf. % BhlrriU d h..s been d,sSK-JRB a navigation instruc tor. P£c Paul Kali, son of Mr. and Mrs S A KaU. 335 Washington 52 has been discharged from ,, !llV B fte. serving for three Hewasover• %  ith Pacific two and md n ; .w is associh the Arlington hotel 'in. Elects New Officers New officers of the Deborah Young Judaean club which m PP ." at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen I ter are Janice Steingold. D ri dent; Joly Goluskil, vice D res" dent; Anice Handelsman. tea. I tary; Rita Rciss, treasurer, Ina Rattet and Connie' J ac k son were elected program chair" men. Current events will be pr sented by Minna Hanes; athletics. Rita Reiss; literary activities In a Rattet. n HAVANA 2-Day Cruise $47 .50 PLLS TAX Z Days, 1 Nigh: In Havana P % % % %  I trie Irani. tat • if en • %  -id Bag%  .. -. : vatc bath, ? s g"t-scf ng n aut t ? 5. Id m • tSiOni ;.;M :a. L m :u pa-:• % %  .resjr. v a t is n 1 -./. ASK FOR BOOKLET OS OTHER LONGER CRU SES MITCHELL'S TOURS Since 1912 304 E. Flag'.er St. Miami Phone 9-3605 NEW YORK Tra is-Cat I Pas^enjei Df Lue DCS Airlinen IADAI IOUIPMO Unscheduled flights for your added cenvenience. For reservations and information for individual chartered passage or complete chartered plane, call 3-3455. PAI1INOK DIVISION TRANS-CARIBBEAN All CAiOO UNI! INC. 304 EAST FLAGLER ST. New York City Office: 36 W. 44th St.. N. Y. 18 The Secret of D. D. T. D.D.T., when properly compounded and placed in experienced hands, represents the most dramatic advance in pest control oi all times. We have retained the services of a highly experienced licensed chemist in connection with our experiments with D.D.T. and have developed a spray which will eliminate for a considerable time, all ants, roaches, crickets, silver fish, etc., from the surfaces sprayed. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY OUR MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE NUMBER HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER \ TRULY NOLEN, President Residence Phone: 6-3862 fc pasmf nJfo 3 WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY .3190 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach Millions of children like thii one face • winter of suffering from exposure. WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT THCY CAM WEAR? Clothing that you may consider old can bring new life to some person to whom war brought despair and deatirution. Your spare clothing will be distrib. uted free, without discrimination, to victims of Na*i and Jap oppretsion in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today ... dig out all the clothing you can possibly spare. VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION For Overseas Relief January 7 to 31 HARRISON HOTE1 411 Washington Avenue Mia n u PARADA HOTEL n Avenue Miami Beach 1428 Euclid Arenue Miami Beach PLANTATION BAR 1360 N. W. 3rd Avenue Miami %  SffJL—* *gSL S3 B w ^ RUG CLE *NERS 53 S. W. S. River Drive •WRwSaBB""* ... wnnim I Miami 7005 Collins Avenue Miami MARTIN DRUG STORE Miami Beach BALL & CHAIN RESTAURANT ^ & C C EST T ER •*&**, 1515 S. W. 8th Street **"ANT .-„-_. c om Tailors Miami W N. E. First Avenue R. E. LEMBO—Tailoring Roed Miami Beach ••• K. a, 600 Lincoln Road Miami JACK'S QUALITY MARKET 5905 N. E. Second Avenue M' ami GREENWOOD HOTEL !" MM* A*n. ^^ Beich ; l2 f 6 % ST ^ o C QNV ALESCENT H0 ME Second A T ,pu, PREMIER HOTEL Miami 745 Collins Arenue Miami Daaeh aas^^^^^^^^^^^l ^HH



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IIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1946 *• Jewish ncrldlan PAGE FIFTEEN ill to Live Helps Jew Survive j (Ed. not*: ThU is the book Iriew for which Leonard KimJl won two tickets to the range Bowl game a tirt in the JewUh Book •^eew Contest.) *The prophets reasoned, pleaded, challenged, mocked, threatened, cursed. They would not compromise on moral absolutes. ItTOnK. passionate, self-possessed, tnimii' individuals were these Srophets. men of an heroic and monumental mold ... Ig this laRe, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver ,'ibes the classic prophets, in book of five essays. The fid Crisis and Jewish Surll." The reviewer is flratefor this description, because are the very attributes and iods of this prophetic author his prophetic book, %  he first essay is an essay of hope. Written in so dark a year iJewish history as 1939, the essay reasons that, although the world is in the midst of a^'vast and prolonged convulsion." and in spite of its adverse effect on the Jew, the Jew will survive. He will survive because of his confidence, drawn from his past history. He will survive because of his "unbroken will to live. %  •will survive because the crisis %  different, fundamentally, from all the other crises in Jew%  history. Dr. Silver, however %  not "compromise on moral %  olutes." Survival for its own K is not enough. It must be survival that is affirmative, a survival with a purpose. That OUrposc is to fight reaction. Dr. Utter challenges the Jew to an "audacious counter-attack on tne evils of war, poverty, insecurity. anT all those evils of reaction Wst Flagler Installs New Electrical Timer which "our religion and all the great religions of mankind have branded and outlawed." Having called upon the Jew to fight, Dr. Silver furnishes him with an understanding of his weapons and his battle cries. In the second essay, entitled "The Rediscovery of Judaism." the strength of the Jew is found by Dr. Silver to lie in the Jewish "treasure-troves ... of spiritual and intellectual wealth." It is for the Jew to search out these treasures, to arm himself with "the faith which is in us. the torch which is in our hearts, and the passion which is in our blood for the prophetic mandates of our Jewish heritage, for justice, freedom, brotherhood and peace .' The enemies of the Jew. and hence, of mankind, fear these weapons, which are both the means of battle and the essence of Judaism. The author is confident that in "their great hour" the wisdom and piety, the passions and the dreams of the Jewish people will be more than a match for the oppressors. Dr. Silver, the Rabbi, is not blind to those weapons and sources of strength, however, which lie outside of the theology of Judaism. His essay, "Israel, is a plea for a "total program in which Jewry will achieve survival combined as a religious entity and as a national entity. Building his arguments solidly on scholarly analyses of Jewish history, religious and political, ancient and modern. Dr. Silver conLEGAL NOTICES DECHOVITZ BOYS SEE OVERSEAS SERVICE By George Gallett Anew electrical timer, in which l-8th or l-10th of a second on the dial is visible to everyone on the trCk is being introduced to American racing at West Flagler Kennel club. ft is the Harris Electronic Timer, invented by a Miamian. Kara R. Harris, formerly an BEtrical engineer with Westinghouse. With the new automatic dock it is possible to time racing eJactrieaily at l-10th or even .-100th of a second. While the old timer works on 60-seeond dial, the new electronic apparatus has a 10-second 1, five feet in height. One >ond of the dial is spread over [ inches and each fifth is sepafced by four inches. After each Solution of the dial, ten seeds is registered on a tally board Dve the clock. /orking entirely automatically, c human hand touches no part the clock's mechanism during the nights program. The timer resets and prepares itself lor^ne next race automatically. The lening of the doors for the start the race automatically throws switch, which starts the clock. Bile an electric eye at the finish ."he new clock will be greatly neficial to dog racing. Oconally a greyhound runs in wrong direction after the eak, but in such a case the dog s sing through the "eye" does stop this new clock. The time the beam of the electric is in action is between the tie the rabbit goes by the iges' stand the last time and .e dogs break the ray stopping te clock at the finish. Actually e beam of the electric eye is in tion less than l-5th of a second, suring nothing to interfere with e running of the clock until the ,nish of the race. [Harris said it took five years to Omplete the delicate mechanism. plans to install the timer on Iher dog and horse tracks hroughout the United States. David Dechovitz tation Postmarks from Iran and Germany are familiar to Mrs. Rose Dechovitz. For her two sons are stationed in those countries. The older boy. First Lt. David W. Dechovitz, is a rail transportation officer at Frankfort. Entering the service in September, 1942. he became a navigator and also was attached to a chemical warfare outfit for a time. He has been overseas in England, Belgium and Germany for over 21 months and is now in charge of passenge_r and freight transporthroughout 156 stations from Germany to France. Before entering the service he attended the University of Florida A graduate of Miami Beach High school, his brother, Isadore Harry Dechovitz, has been in the Merchant Marine for two years. Prior to service he was a civilian employee working in radar in New Jersey and later he worked in Vancouver for Henry Kaiser. He studied electrical engineering at a government school and now is chief electric engineer on the S.S. Mauvilla. He has been in England, France, Italy, the West Indies, India, the Pacific and Abadan, Iran. The Dechovitz family lived at Miami Beach for 12 years. Mrs. Dechovitz recently returned to New York after spending several weeks here. tends that nationalism is indispensable to harmony in Jewish life. Rabbis or lay Jewry who consider Jewry as only a religious entity are in error. Zionism, therefore, becomes as important as Judaism, according to Dr. Silver. It is the recognition by a people that is a "people." In the present hour, Britain may deny Palestine to the Jew, but Britain cannot destroy the harmony in Jewish life which Zionism helps achieve. And the Jew will, according to Dr. Silver, "move forward unafraid upon the road of destiny ... in Palestine or in the Diaspora." Time has verified the analysis of anti-Semitism which appears in the fourth essay, "In the Midst of Other Peoples." Warning in 1940, that "Jewish persecution is usually the fore-runner of widescale persecution of other minorities and peoples." Dr. Silver saw anti-Semitism as primarily the "weapon in the hands of economic, reaction ... It has become the accepted technique." Every major phase of this problem so interrelated with problems of survival is considered. It is the claritv of his thinking and the strength of his soul that enables Dr. Silver to convince the reader that there are solutions at hand if the Jew, as well as the non-Jew will cooperate to achieve the kind of world that Moses and Jesus visioned. The last of the five essavs is "The Prophet and His People," from which the opening quotation of this review is taken. The thesis of this essay is that this very passion for humanitarian ideals is at the root of Jewish problems and vet it is a blessed attribute and will mean ultimate salvation. As Dr. Silver concluded. "It is this prophetic ferment in the soul of the race, as real in the modern world as in the ancient world, which the enemies of Israel and of mankind most dread. It is also the testament of Israel's immortality." It is on this note of great hope that Dr. Silver, the "prophet." speaks to his people. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, denlrlnft to enKaKe In buHlneas 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. __ SOL. ALEXANDER HERBERT I'.OGNER LOUIS COHEN MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Applicants 1/11-18-25 2/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of HEM, REALTY at 425 West 29th Street. Miami Beach. Florida and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HAITI, BELENKY. T1LLIE BEI,ENKY. Sole Owners. GEORGE fllERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants 1/4-11-18-25 2/1 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or SN'O-CREME. at 216 N. E. First Ave.. Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. ROSE FREEMAN. MAX BEGINSKY. 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 ORANGE BLOSSOM COMPANY. 1672 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register the said.name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This business was formerly owned and operated by Arthur A. Selevan. anil Is now owned and operated by the undersigned. BERNARD A. SELEVAN. 1/4-U-1S-S8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUPERIOR REALTY SERVICE. S-7 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade County. WrW-^ ER ROSK NTHAL. Registered Broker. 1/4-11-18-25 2/1 SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisigned. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name .,f REGALING! MEG. CO., at 7401 N. W. Thirty-second Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'nde County, Florida. HARRY FEINSTEIN. S.,le Owner. LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicant. 1/11-18-25 2/1-8 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Electrologist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Yean of Successful Practice in New York, New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirine to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET nt 1SS5 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Fli.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit cur, of Dade Connt^noHd..^^ NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN. Attornev for Applicant. 1/18-25 2/1-8-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or EI.ECTRIX APPLIANCE AND REPAIR SHOP at 2761 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM BRETAN. Sole Owner. UARX FEINBERG. Attornev for Applicant. 1/18-25 2/1-8-15 Isidore Dechovitz Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach I And for your convenience Morris Brother"! New Apj parel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flatlet St.. Miami IN COUNTY .H'DGE'S COPRT DADE COCNTY. FLORIDA No. 15252 Re: Estate of STEPHEN K. BREIN1NG, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. NOTICE Is hereby given that T have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Stephen K. Brelnlng. deceased: and that on the 18th day of February. 1946. I will applv to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. Couiitv Judge of Dade County. Florida, for apnroval of said final report and for* final discharge as Admii)^ tratrlx of the estate of Stephen K. Brelnlng. deceased. This 15th day of January, 1S46. MARIAN BREINING. Administratrix. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. 1/18-25 2/1-S FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor PHONE 4-7027 2755 8. W. 27TH AVENUE %  %  "• %  %  % % %  = ?^SS£ r %  Store 19 ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH S^540ffi Call the Blood Bank of Dade County The increased demand for blood, which has been occasioned by a steady stream of winter visitors, has resulted in a decided drain on the bank. While the Dade County Blood Bank supply is not alarmingly low it DOES need blood. Why not join this worthy cause? PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT The various Jewish organizations have responded most generously as donors with the result that this is a direct appeal to those who have not become donors to do their share. Your immediate response will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Blood Bank of Dade County BBHHIHIBHHMGBUH i



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IffiAY. JANUARY 18. 1946 +Jewist fhrldlam PAGE THIRTEEN FREEDOM to Fend for Herself... T i HIS 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 for clothing now in Europe and Asia. Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is 100,000,000 garments i 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. About 25,000,000 people overseas received clothing collected from Americans last spring. But for every person clothed so far, a dozen more remain virtually threadbare. Your* spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europe, the Philippines, and the Far East. In 'most any town or city overseas there is someone who can translate English. You can help build international friendship by writing a simple, friendly letter to pin to the clothing you contribute. Dig into your attics, trunks, and closets today. Dig out all the clothing you can spare. Take it to your local collection depot now. WhatXOVCanDo! 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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tIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1946 fJewist) fhrldian PAGE SEVEN ICJW to Celebrate irthday Tuesday ilv< A gala birthday party for the lirer anniversary of the Miami ;ion. National Council of JewWomen, is being planned for ^fcsday at 7:30 p.m. in the Colonial Inn. Proceeds from the dinner-dance Will be used by the section for its service to the foreign-bom, its IChplaiships to the University of i and other community serprojects which Council has Itained since its organization 920. Board members of the Ion will act as hostesses. I special show is being arfed for the affair for which Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. ^|fcph Fenias and Mrs. Monte with Mrs. Nat Williams, idem, are arranging nunuuuu ^ident, are planning. Mrs. Aaron Fair, reservations chairman, is also in charge of the •OUVenir programs. She is assisted by Mrs. Paul Barnett and Mrs. Irving Kobley. ST Josei B MfclTISH JEWS MOURN DEATH OF DR. HERTZ "fCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) nearion !V1onan:of Of iL" ib.e by for :et tin onand in :r.the efr jab ited jer because of his pro-British jjathies and because he advothe removal of religious fcilities from Jews and CathHe returned to his post in j^^L when the British occupied the territory. fa 1912. Hertz left South Africa to become rabbi of Congregation Orach Cliaim in New York, but in the following year he was called to Knglaiul to become the Chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire. Hertz was president of Jews' College in London and held high posts in national Jewish organizations. He visited Palestine in 1925 for the opening of the Hebrew university, and became a member of its Board of Governors. He was in Palestine ; iiin in 1936 and 1940. (A memorial fund in honor of Dr. Hertz has been created bv the •jean chapter of the Chief li's Religious Emergency icil of Great Britain. The to be known as the Chief >i's Memorial Foundation. be applied to the rebuilding of destroyed Jewish rommuniHLin liberated Europe.) IXGATNOTICESr rorxTY JUDGE'S cornr >ADE COI'XTY, FLORIDA No. 15745 [Estntp of DESMOND B. HATS, A. DES MAYS, deceased, E)E OF INTENTION TO MAKE PLICATION FOR FINAL D1SA in: i:. TICK Is hereby given that I flli-il my final report and pefr Final Olschaigo as Executrix p estate of Desmond n. H.IVB. A Deft H&ys, <1eeeasel: and that e lSlh day of February. 1S46. 1 IPPly to the Honorable W. F. ion. County Judge f oade ity. Florida, for approval of said report and for final dfseharjje as !iiti!\ of the estate of Desmond R. A/K/A I>es Hays, deceased. > l'th day of January, i!>4fi. MIRIAN MANIC HAYS. R. SILVF.lt. rnev for Executrix. 2/1-8 tt tt"l ;ave -ay ues121 ;aixeiDl %  !esHailar. t at nan. i. m. raisr eve-1 hap-diac the | l perl hair-1 >. !•: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED •Chapter 20722—Acts of 1041 File A 7fil {TICK IS IIKRKHY (ilVF.N that ES PEARXMAN, holder of City oral Oablea Tax Certificate No. tissued the 1st day of June. A. D has filed same In my office, and %  made application for a tax deed te Issued thereon. Said CertlfiT embraces the following described ertv In the County of Dade. State Rorlda. tO-wltl : 4, Rlk. IF. Coral riahles CraBec., Plat Hook s. Pat,, in. In 'Itv of Coral Cables, County of Stale of Florida. • assessment of said property unIthe said certificate 'as in the of: UNKNOWN. iless said certificate shall he reied act nrdlng to law, the property Fihed therein will be sold to the hst bidder at the Court HotiV l the first Monday In the nf March. 1946. which Is the Sav ol March. 194. Ited this 16th day of January, E. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida. Ry N C. STERRETT. D. C. alt Cnurt Seal) 2/1-8 TICK IB HEREBY (ilVEN that • ndeislgned. desiring to engage Blness under the fictitious name EX CLEANERS, at 1728 S W. Street Miami. Florida. Intend pater said name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County. BENJAMIN RECK. WALLY STEINBERG. R. SILVER, ttrnav for Applicants. 2/1-8-15 Personally Speaking (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) Tuesday which was attended by over 300 women • • Guests of honor at a luncheon and card party given by Mrs. Stuart Gordon and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Anna Gordon, were their house guests, Mrs. Milton Klein, Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Isadore Zadek, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. The luncheon was held at the Shelborne hotel Friday IN THE OFFING March 10 is the date selected by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation for its Rainbow Romp at the Moose HallThe show will be directed by Myron Newman, who presented a similar extravaganza in Chicago several years ago. The group will hold a special meeting Wednesday evening at the Biscayne Temple Sportswear designed by Margaret Newman will highlight the St. Valentine's day fashion show and luncheon which B'nai B'rith Women will hold at the Terrace club • • HERE AND THERE Mrs Sol Leslie, president of the Women's division, American Jewish Congress, returned this week from St. Petersburg where, at the bidding of the national office of Hadassah, she organized a new chapter. A past president of the Southeast Region of Hadassah, Mrs. Leslie was honored at a reception in the home of Mrs. E. Rickman. She was introduced by Mrs. Jacob Levine, a former Miamian • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg, their son Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Losner Grossberg have returned from a visit to Havana. Back from overseas duty. Eugene has entered Emory university School of Dentistry "When You Knock. Knock. Knock at My Door." a song written by Marie Deskins. secretary of the Greater Miami Apartment House association, was broadcast Sunday night over WKAT by Frank Linale's orchestra Miss Charlotte Abrams, who received a plague for being the best pledge of Delta Phi Epsilon, has been appointed historian and publicity chairman of the sorority .. After 18 months in the Army as a second lieutenant, Malvin Englander has opened his law office at 311 Lincoln rd. The Englander's daughter, Nicki Yverne, was born Jan. 1. %  Dr. Albert E. Epstein, of Chicago, member of the national executive board of the Zionist Organization of America, was guest speaker at the Beach Zionist Luncheon club Wednesday • Mrand Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon celebrated their 42nd anniversary this week Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Matz observed their golden wedding anniversary at a family dinner Sunday night. A daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olsen. of Dallas, were hosts at their penthouse apartment in the Vanderbilt hotel. THE BABY PARADE Mr. and Mrs. James Bullowa, 1618 West ave., are the parents of a girl, Jane Rachel, born Wednesday at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Bullowa is the former Lillian Wucher Linda Lee, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, 2120 S. W. 21st ter.. was born at Jackson Memorial Saturday. Mrs. Weinkle and Linda Lee will come home from the hospital tomorrow The son of Mrand Mrs. Marvin Rauzin. 1385 S. W. 19th st-, was born last Monday • Others on the new arrival list are Harriet Tamara. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brotman, 819 Meridian ave., born Dec. 22 Carol Rachel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen, 25 N. W. 45th ave., Jan1 • Alan David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hirshkowitz, 1414 SW. Fifth St., Dec. 14 Linda Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert George Bogner, 978 N. W. Third St., Dec. 29 Beverly Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Siresky, 400 Euclid ave., Jan9. CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDEHSONVILLE, N. C. Enrollments Now Being Accepted Call Miss Dubler 9-1923 EL COMODORO HOTEL SOLARIUM and HEALTH CENTER S. W. 2nd Ave. and First St. SWEDISH MASSAGE SUN BATHS CABINET BATHS Competent Masseur and Masseuse In Attendance R. c. MCLAUGHLIN Just Ask for Mc Phone 2-5578 +*m TREES REMOVED • SHRUB AND TREE SPRAYING FAIRLAWN LANDSCAPE CO. 84 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 5-1614 SOD Have a Veteran Do Your Work Ask About Our Special Maintenance Plan • TOPSOIL • GRAVEL iiimiiiiHiiiMiiiMiniHiimiiii ITOUBY I PAINTING ICQ i n fill JbW i 3 5CCO" L ICE MSED AND INSURED CONTRACTORS | 669 N.W.d^ Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA | ii!iiB!i!iBiiiiiii'=i:::ar""iii!BiiiI — Dr. A. L. Sikes — After Serving With the Armed Forces Overseas, Announces the Openinq of His Office for the Practice of Dentistry. 303 OLYMPIA BLDG. PHONE 2-5289 Belle Baker To Star At Sisterhood Affair Comedienne Belle Baker will be guest star at the Beth Jacob Sisterhood musical program to be held Feb. 3 at the synagogue. A card and bingo party will be given Monday evening by the Sisterhood for the benefit of their fund to equip the synagogue's kitchen. The affair will begin at 8 p.m. in the Elks club. 720 West ave Door prizes will be awarded. Mrs. Sam Schachno and Miss Rachel Soldow are on the ticket committee and Mrs. Harry Genet and Mrs. Isaac Hagen are in charge of refreshments. PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. No Job Too Large or Too Small Estimates Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3 6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT SHE CAN WEAR? Clothing that you may consider old can bring new life) to some suffering person to whom war brought despair and destitution. 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 possibly spare. Victory Clothing Collection for Overseas Relief JAN. 7 tO 31 Take Your Clothing to the Nearest School, Church or Fire Station This Appeal Made Possible by RAINBOW GARDENS 840 N. E. 79th Street, Miami BlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSi



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PAGE FOUR Jewis*tkridti£_ FRIDAY, JANUARY UAHC Convention To Hear Miamians Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum and Mrs. Leonard Epstein will take part in the program oJ the Southeast Regional convention o\ tas Union of American Hebrew Congregations to be held in Atlanta from Sunday noon through Tuesday. Rabbi Appelbaum will participate in a symposium on "Are There Anv Special Problems for Rabbis of the Southeast Region? during the meeting of rabbis on Monday morning. Mrs. Epstein, who is president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, will deliver the invocation at the business meeting of the Tri-State Federation Boaul ol Temple Sisterhoods on Tuesday morning. Also attending the convention from Miami will be Mrs. Appelbaum and Herbert I'. Feibelman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, hon chairman of the convention, will be honored for outstanding service to the cause of Liberal Judaism in the Soutiieast. More than 35 Liberal congn gations. Sisterhoods and Brotherhoods from Georgia, Florida and Alabama will be represented. Temple Women To See Latest Fur Fashions A fur fashion show will be held bv Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 1:30 Monday at the Atlantis hotel. Eight models will appear in the show which is being arranged by Alexander Purs, Lin! coin rd. Mrs. Leon J. til will be commentator. j After the show, bingo games | will be played. Door prizes and game prizes will be distributed. Admission is SI.50. The commute.' in charge 01 the fti noon includes Mrs. Norman Maran, Mrs. Abe Solosko and Mrs. Joseph Fenias. Assisting m the fashion shew are Mrs. Ell. Mis. Louis Menus. Mrs. Bernard Rudnick and Mrs. Louis Goldman. Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, Mrs. Murray Maurer, Mrs. Camille Baum and Mrs. Joseph Arkin are serving on the door committee. Mrs. E. Goldstritch. Mrs. Charles Tobin. Mrs Irving Marcus and Mrs. Leon Kronish will be hostesses. At the fashion show. Mrs. Louis Krensky and Mrs. David Phillips will sell tickets for the Sisterhood's annual luncheon which will be held at the Copa Cabana Feb. 27. GROSSMAN ORGANIZES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) will be concentrated on a gala rally at which a prominent national celebrity will appear. Solicitation of funds from young people will be confined to the one event. Preliminary effort of the division is to make a detailed census of all Jewish youth groups in the area. Working with Grossman are Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum and Mrs. Grossman. Other appointments will be announced in the near future. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices inaLarQfi Beautiful Groundsgm^ ip^rn^ Quality, 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7lh Avenue Phone 2-6141 TUNE IN TALK Senator Alben ***** scheduled to descr.be MlW seas experiences over WIOD at 11:30 a.m. Sunday if he ar rives in Miami on time. Other radio programs which are called to the attention of Miami Jewry include the weekly broadcast sponsored by the Pro-Palestine Christian committee at 10 p.m. Thursdays over WKAT. Each week a local speaker is presented and an analysis of news of Palestine is given. The Jewish Theological Seminar airs the "Eternal Light drama every Sunday over WIOD at 11 a.m. and the Miami Beach Zionist district sponsors "Drama of Palestine Sunday evenings at 9:15 over WKAT. Every Saturday at 7 p.m. the National Conference of Christians and Jews broadcasts a Civic Forum featuring local citizens. March of Dimes Fights Infantile Paralysis The March of Dimes reached a ,-,,., pace this week as Dade v citizens answered the national ca l| to fight infantile paThe campaign, headed for the fifth time in Dade county by George E, Holt, will extend till Jan. 31. Miami Beach leaders, who have i ., goal of $150,000. are Mining a booth in front of the B'.ich theatres. Night club celebrities i nti rtain at the booth I ,v at 1 p.m. MiM !W? Rand appointed chan man of a %  -,,. *•! to be Kiven by the T,, l i( .^1 eil of the Town Y ..„ LH Proceeds of the affair ,li i given to the Y at which th nival will be held. Herald Columnist Jack R I will be guest speaker at a nV ing of the Emanon club at'ii I Miami Y at 8 p.m. Wcdnesfi evening, George Siegel, preside announces. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired new; you will save on a new roof later ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. 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1DAY. JANUARY 18, 1946 +Jewish Meridian PAGE FIVE AN EXTRAORDINARY CONFERENCE for JEWISH SURVIVAL FLORIDA STATE CONFERENCE United Jewish Appeal Sunday, January 20, 1946, Beginning at 10 a. m. MORNING SESSION: 10:00 A. M. LUNCHEON: 12:30 P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION: 2:30 P. M. AT LATIN QUARTER. PALM ISLAND. MIAMI BEACH Mass Meeting Temple Israel Miami at 8:00 P. M. NOTED GUEST SPEAKERS SENATOR BARKLEY LUNCHEON $2.50 per Plate • Mail Reservations to UNITED IEWISH APPEAL 1002 Congress Bldg. • Phone 3-5411 RABBI HELLER CAPTAIN GAMZON LUNCHEON $2.50 per Plate • Mail Reservations to UNITED JEWISH APPEAL 1002 Congress Bldg. • Phone 3-5411 MAJOR NADICH LEO HERRMANN MIAMI SPONSORING COMMITTEE: SAM BLANK BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER ? MAX OROVITZ ABRAHAM GOODMAN STANLEY C. MYERS MONTE SELIG WM. D. SINGER MITCHELL WOLFSON THIS WILL BE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CONFERENCE EVER HELD IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA There will be no solicitation of funds