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

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

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

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/^.^^- T H E JEWISH UN V
ME 19NUMBER 4
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. 1946
PRICE TEN CENTS
UJA Speakers Depict Palestine
As Displaced Jews Only Hope
irk Icy Visualizes
Ultimate Creation
Of Jewish State
fly Rita Grossman
Visualizing the ultimate ereation of
n independent Jewish common-
wealth in Palestine, Sen. Mllen \X .
majority leader of the Sen-
fed Florida Jewry to support
Bed Jewish Appeal in its
BOO campaign to save Jewish
rs. Speaking at the state UJA
Sunday at the Latin Quar-
white-haired Kentuckian de-
ared:
"Until the problem of the 1,2.')0,000
homeless Jews is settled, there rannol
be any permanent peace in the world.
They do not dare to go l>aek to the
charnel house of horrid memories.
Describing the despicable condi-
tions he viewed in Kurope as a mem-
her of a congressional committee last
spring, Barkley stressed the emer-
gency needs for food, clothing, medi-
cine and resettlement of the dis-
placed persons which the I'nited
Jewiah Appeal hopes to provide.
A fWlution pledging support to
the VIA campaign to prevent "the
further destruction and assuring the
tmittml <>l the Jeuish profile,
tmkmmSer they choom to stay in h'.u-
rone, to build a neu life in Pales-
tine, or to begin anew elseuhere,"
MB* Unanimously adopted by the
Conferees K ho came from 65 Flor-
id* communities.
Berk I* v hailed President Truman's
directive which opened the
ONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
nsors Jamboree
omplete Sellout
Dmplcte sellout of tickets for
lsors' Jamboree of the Na-
Children's Cardiac Home is
reported hv l)a\e Kmnier. The Jam-
^K is scheduled for Sunday at the
lopa Cabana (lull
^poster of headline night club
Mar* has been gathered for the en-
netninmi nl which will be offered
tinunii-K from noon till 5 p in
The show will be preceded by brunch
Til a in till noon
id to appear are Joe E. Lewis,
Miles, Billy Vine, Ken De-
Hal Fisher, Danny Yales and
rhestra, Donald Novis, Bea kal-
Monica Boyer, Belle Baker,
GallL Baddy Walker, Benny
, Mel Murray, Milton Berle,
Price.
expected are Beatrice and
t. Jack Carter, Jackie Heller,
Marie, Jerry Blanehard, Lou
and several others
reeds of the star-studded show
devoted to upkeep and expan-
the Cardiac Home which is
at 4250 W. Flagler St .
Citi/.cns of Greater Miami have
undertaken the task of raising
$500,000 for the United Jewish Ap-
peal during tin- local Feb. 2t to
March 6 Combined Jewish Appeal
for $;!'.(.inn for 70 local, nation-
al, and overseas agencies.
Three American agencies com-
prise the UJA; the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, which extends
emergency relief, rehabilitation and
emigration aid in all parts of Ku-
rope; the I'nited Palestine Appeal,
which provides for every phase of
upbuilding and settleim nl in the
Jewish National Home, and the Na-
tional Refugee Service, v lu< h con-
ducts a program for tin- adjustment
of refugees in the I'nited State-.
Nadich Answers
Morgan s Attack
On Polish Jews
An appeal for American Jews to
"ransom and redeem your children
in Europe" was made by I.I. Col.
Juilah Nadich when he spoke at the
morning Session of the slate UJA
conference Sunday.
Nadich's voice was unemotional
and bitter a- he. accused Lt .en Sir
Frederick Morgan of being "cold,
callous, cruel and inhuman" in his
recent statements concerning a secret
Jewish plot in Kurope.
"Yes, the Jews of Poland are plot-
tingplotting to save their lives," he
declared.
In answer to Morgan's announce-
ment that Polish Jews an- rosy-
cheeked and well-dressed. Nadich
said the only rosy-checked Jews he
had seen in bis three and a half
years in Kurope were the hospitalized
tubercular patients.
Nadich repudiated Morgan's state-
ment that there are no pogroms in
Poland with an account of the con-
fession of Polish terrorists who were
ordered to riot against the Jews by
the White Army which is seeking to
overthrow the present Warsaw re-
gime.
The displaced persons have been
disillusioned already, he exclaimed.
They dreamed of the liberation
. but eight months after the lib-
erationt the greatest victims of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
rial Gift Workers
Ige All-Out Effort
11 far ahead of last year, the
Feather Community Chest
paign reached the one-third
this week and entered the
stretch toward the goal of
71.
th General Chairman Stan-
I. Myers urging all workers to
)lete their jobs as soon as pos-
the first two report lunch-
[produced $246,950.94, or 30%
se quota.
fe know we are matheically
position to have an over-
ling success," Myers said,
tnow we are mathematically
amount raised in compari-
this time last year. But
act remains that we are a
/ay from the goal, and the
CONTINUED ON PAGE 41
Baby Clothes Appeal
Made By Mrs. Hirsch
A special appeal for baby's
clothing and blankets was issued
this week by Mrs. Muriel Hirsch,
chairman of the Dade county
committee of the Victory Clothing
Collections for Overseas Relief.
There is still a great need for all
types of clothing, Mrs. Hirsch
said.
One of the largest bundles do-
nated was brought in by a na-
tive of Holland who had been
gathering all types of clothing to
take back to his relatives and
friends, Mrs. Hirsch reported. But
he recently received word that his
family and home had been com-
pletely destroyed. He gave no
name, but said he was anxious
that the clothes should do some
good.
Additional support for the
drive will be given by Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce members Feb. 3 to 10. ac-
cording to Dr. S.-.G. Schneider,
president. Dr. Herbert Feinberg,
clothing committee chairman, will
work with Mrs. Hirsch and organ-
ization members will contact
churches, synagogues, schools and
civic groups on the Beach for as-
sistance.
Drive headquarters are located
at 2100 Washington ave. Pickup
service can be arranged by tele-
phoning 5-9056.
France Can Attain
Revival of Judaism
If Americans Help
ThegNewsJn Brief
WASHINGTONA full-fledged filibuster in ihe Senate against
the bill for a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission was
under way this week, after the surprise introduction of the bill by
Senator Chavez of New Mexico. A number of Southern senators are
sparking the delaying tactics.
Renaissance of Judaism in France
will he assured if Americans extend
their aid through the United Jewish
Appeal, according to (lapt. Kobert
(.am/on in his address at the lunch-
eon meeting of the UJA state con-
ference Sunday.
I .i|>1 I .am-mi. who holds the
Croix de Guerre with two oak leaf
clusters for his activities as head of
a Jewish Maquis unit, declared that
half of the Jews of France were able
to survive the Nazi occupation be-
cause of their i lni-iian neighbors
helped hide their identity and shield
them from the Gestapo.
Many Jews are converting to
Christianity in France, be said, but
added his conviction that a new,
strong Jewry will emerge if immedi-
ate financial help is provided.
The Jewish scout movement of
F'ranre, of which he is the commis-
sioner general, saved a total of 50,0(10
Jews from Nazi deportation and sub-
sequent death, apt. Gamxon said,
through a highly organized under-
ground organization which supplied
them with false identification and ra-
tion cards.
He described how many of tke
young French Jews were captured
and tortured in the highly dangerous
work of rescuing not only Jews who
were in danger of extermination, hut
also young non-Jews of France who
sought to escape forced labor under
the Nazis.
The Jews of France and other
parts of Kurope need the help of
American Jewry in rebuilding their
lives, the French Jewish leader said.
He added that the French Jews are
reaily to be the "shoektroops" in the
battle for Jewish survival, if Ameri-
can Jews will keep "the ammunition
rolling through the United Jewish
Appeal."
WASHINGTONNazi loot will be used to establish, among
other things, a small fund for the rehabilitation and resettlement
of non-repatriable victims of Nazi concentration camps, accord-
ing to the terms of the Paris Conference on Reparations made
public by the State Department. In addition to $5,000,000 in
non-monetary goldconsisting of rings, jewelry, and tooth fill-
ings taken from Nazi victimsanother $25,000,000 will be ob-
tained from other sources and used to alleviate the suffering of
displaced persons.
WASHINGTON.Projects for settling displaced Jews from
Europe in Alaska and other territories of the U. S. will be discussed
next week with President Truman, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
has learned. The proposals, which will require special legislation,
will be submitted by Rep. John Lesinski, newly appointed chairman
of the House Immigration Committee.
Southeast Zionists
Meet In Jacksonville
Delegates from seven Southern
slates will convene in Jacksonville
over the weekend on the occasion of
the eighth annual conference of the
Southeastern region, Zionist Organi-
zation of America. The region com-
prises Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama,
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi
and the city of New Orleans.
Miami Zionists who will attend are
Ilvman Sootin, president of the Town
district: Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff.
and Dr. and Mrs. II. Queen. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will install the new of-
ficers of the region at u banquet Sun-
dav evening
Mr and Mrs S. A. (.oimIiikiii. Judge
and Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Van Straatetl and Mr. and Mr-.
Sbeparil Itroad will represent the
Miami lleach district. A report of
the conference will be delivered at a
general meeting of the Heach district
at th* Miami Heach Jewish Center
next Thursday evening.
Major items on the agenda of the
conference will deal with an inten-
sification of public relations work
and Zionist educational services in
this area: the adoption of a regional
quota for the national expansion
fund; a revitalised youth program:
the launching of the annual member-
ship drive: cooperation With other
Zionist groups; plans for streamlined
district organizations; support for the
Jewish National Fund, and election of
officers for 1946.
Principal speakers will be Dr.
Kmanuel Neumann, vice-president of
ZO \: Dr. Sidney Marks, executive
director; Marvin I.owenthal, author;
Ellis Radinsky, director of commun-
ity contacts of the I ml. .1 Palestine
Appeal, and Dean Howard M. I.e-
Sourd" coordinator of the American
Christian Palestine committee.
WASHINGTONThe ouster of Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick E. Morgan
has been suspended pending a personal hearing by Gov. Herbert H.
Lehman, director general of UNRRA. Morgan, who was ordered to
resign for anti-Semitic statements during a press conference, re-
fused to resign and now is appealing for a personal hearing, ap-
parently hoping that public opinion in this country has "cooled off"
toward him.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Bevin Announces Transjordan
To Be Independent State
LONDON, (JTA)The expect-
ed British recommendation that
Transjordan" become a sovereign
independent state was made this
week by Foreign Secretary Bev-
in in an address before the Gen-
eral Assembly of the United Na-
tions Organization.
With regard to Palestine which
o-
Y Elects Weinkle,
Plans Spring Drive
The Beach Y held election of
officers Wednesday night and
named Carl Weinkle president.
Elections are usually held in
April, but the membership felt it
was necessary to change the ad-
ministration at this time for the
sake of continuity in planning
and carrying out an anticipated
campaign for capital funds in the
spring.
Others elected were: Harry Zu-
kernick, honorary president;
George J. Bertman. Archie Brick.
David Phillips. Samuel A. Riv-
kind, vice presidents; Leo Huber-
man, recording secretary: Mrs.
Edward J. Weinstein, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Carl Susskind,
financial secretary; Milton Sir-
kin, treasurer.
Chosen for three-year board
memberships were Rudy Adler.
Louis Heiman. David Isen. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. Harold Turk. Mrs.
Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Nat L. Wil-
liams.
Two-year board posts went to
Dr. William Bernstein. Leo Chai-
kin, Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs.
Moses Krieger. Samuel W. Sha-
piro, Harry Sirkin and Paul
Weitzman,
Dr. M. B. Citiin. Irving Fran-
kel, Nat H. Hankoff, Isadore
Aronovitz, Max Meisel, Joe Ram-
bam and Dr. S. G. Schneider were
elected to the board for one year.
A board of trustees was cre-
ated on the recommendation of
the nominating committee which
reported it had difficulty in se-
lecting a limited number of board
members. Jack Marash, executive
director said. Trustees will be ap-
pointed by the president with
the approval of the board and
will serve in an advisory capac-
ity.
Mrs. Leo Huberman, mezzo-so-
prano, and Leon Kushner, pianist,
provided the musical portion of
the program.
is under the same mandate as
Transjordan, the British Foreign
Secretary declared: "The Assem-
bly is aware that an Anglo-Am-
erican inquiry committee is at
this very moment examining the
question of European Jewry and
also the Palestine problem. We
think it necessary to await the
committee's report before putting
forward any proposals concern-
ing the future of Palestine."
Leaders of the Jewish Agency
declined to comment on Bevin's
announcement, but the world ex-
ecutives of the New Zionist Or-
ganization issued a statement ex-
pressing opposition to the immi-
nent independence of Transjordan
on the grounds that this territory
was an intregal part of mandated
Palestine. "Mr. Bevin's announce-
ment must be fought not only on
a purely political level, but also
on a legal plane," the statement
said.
Bevin's announcement that
"His Majesty's Government in-
tends to take steps in the near fu-
ture for establishing Transjordan
as a sovereign and independent
state," caused considerable dis-
cussion among the delegates, in
view of the fact that he empha-
sized that "under these circum-
stances, the question of placing
Transjordan under trusteeship
does not arise."
The announcement was also
discussed from the point of view
of whether the solution of the
Palestine problem on the basis of
partition would be faciliated by
the independence of Transjordan,
since it is considered likely that
the Arab part of a partitioned
Palestine would be linked with
Transjordan in one Arab state.
British circles indicated that "on
the whole it would not make a
partition solution of the Pales-
tine problem more difficult."
British circles admitted that the
granting of independence to
Transjordan will affect not only
the future of Palestine, but also
that of Iraq. The peace and se-
curityof Transjordan have been
dependent for the past 20 years
upon the Transjardon Arab Le-
gion organized and officered by
the British. This force, which
numbers about 16.000 men. is en-
tirely paid for by the British, and
Emir Abdullah, the ruler of
Transjordan, has made it clear
that his country could not af-
ford to maintain it.


5


PAGE TWO
fMtMtattyitpt cLnq,
PERSONALITIES
Bernard M. Bcmch. special
cdvise: to the late Presiaent
Franklin D. Roosevelt. :s expect-
ed at the Ror.ey Plaza late m
February M*M Sarah Kus-
sv c: Newark, N. J., is flopping
at the Granada apartment*.
Mxm: Beach. MiM Kussy :s
one of the founderi o: Kaaas-
sa'- and the National Women
League c: the United Syna-
gogue*. Snewas a cloee friend
oi the late Henrietta Szora
Sam Cohen, chairman c: the
Fede:a-.ea Jewish Charities in
Pontiac. Mich baa arrived at
the Preside.-.: Madison r.c:e. tor
c two ~c- vacation. Mr. Co-
hen is chairman o: the zozzz c:
Temple Bern Jacob and direc-
tor o: the Chamber c: Com-
merce in Pontiac.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Home c:
Wheeling ''' '-'a. are vaca-
01 the Triton hotel .
halt veers' service. Back from
amtJtayear.dutyinHawcni.
the former storeiceeper nrsi
class intends to enter me Uni-
versity o: Miami .The two
sons of Mr. end Mrs. Raymond
Rubin. 4365 N. Bay re are
borne 20m the service and heve
entered the reel estate business
at .522 Pennsylvania ave. For-
mer Lt Seymour Rubin joined
bis wife here las: weeic alter
four vear service. Former Cpl
Irwin Rubin has been home
since New Years day
Capt Morton D. Vogel is visit-
ing n:s catents, Mr. ana Mri
1. Vogel. 2498 S. W. 15th st
with his wile Muriel, and theii
baby daughter, Jane. On termi-
nal leave after two years set-
vice in India Cart, ifogel ex
peels to make his home in Mi-
ami Ma; 1. S Prosterman,
;ust releasea from the Armj
a::er three ana one hall years
in the quartermaster corps, is
visiting his parents Mr. ana
M.-s Prosterman, 442"
Miss Power Installed
As Debbs President
Mi '.:;: '
fRIDAY. JANUARY
25,1
-
.:.
Palm a-.e with his wife and
their daughter, Bcri Copt
Jack Friedman 0: rittshurcn ii
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Phillips, at their home. 1512
Washington ave. Cap: Fried-
"\o$ were
and Mr.
;_.'.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Miller 0:
5439 N. Bay rd. have as --
cuesis Dr ana Mrs Raymond
Mesirow 0: Chicago .. Mr. ana
Mrs. Harry A Goodman c:
Scrmctield, Mass. are the
houseaues^ c: Mr. ana Mrs.
M. 5. Rubin 242C flamingo dr.
. Mrs Josephine Lauter c:
Wilimindc. Cocn is vacation- :;:3_ ..^ -. ._-e University c:
ma at me .-..to ..or........-- ,,------ -_ _-.-- Levin-
ana Mrs. Max Bernstein ct -
Brooklyn have registered at
M.V M^'Lefsmrn 441 15* ~j~
st bave as me-r sousecuesa____-____- __.__. -. ^
their daughter Shirley he: bus- ---------.
son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Ltvinsos 1906 S. W. 21 St ar-
rived from Japan Tuesday
three years m service he spec:
rwo yean overseas His wife
HOME FROM THE WARS

:: Miami where *ey will make
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Wnle jo Miami Beach Zionist |
District care of Radio Station
WKAT.
INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES
'''- :'- again I r business a*.
1109 LINCOLN ROAD
MM t: tk C-aie cct-i Bj-
on or before February Is:, showing their stock of rare jewels
antiques and works of an never shown before here.
For other information see
A. SCHORR
24C LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE JSOJ
RPLiEF SOCIETY PLANS^
PARTY, BOARD MATING
.. S ... and Mrs. I. Kav
... ., rved I roceeos
.... h Con-
r ety- u a
will hold a board
. Mrs wimam
n dr., P. m.
Toi 1% evening
. incheon to oe
,2 ,, the Poinnana

TO ELECT OFFICE^
M e m b e r s h 1 D ,,f the je J
Home for the Aged will gJ
Wednesday evening at the fJ
tral Beach Elementary scili]
1420 Washington ave., to elecv]
directors, Samuel Rater. ^ J
nan of the nominating cornim-J
announces. Officers will be e'J
ed from the board of directors*]
h
F
tion of tl to-
rs an izatiol :
Milton F '
president: Fl _:':
.; A.-
l 1 : Elvse Gladstoi
:::" I ltd Muriel Aus-
lander. reoon
Girls
and 25 or out of hn I are
invited to t me 1
The nexl tmg
v. at the 7 Y
Miss Weiss To Discuss
New Education Plan
S elected fficers I
M -: '. Terr.pU :: th Sh I-
- .... : ik< '.'..
- ; r:-.y r : ng t
Auxiliary To Adopt
By-Laws, Nominate
(option of its
mutation or oin-
ted foi the] regular
meeting the Miami Ladies
- the J< wish H rru I 11
:.. i 1 Mrs Joel Zalis, pn si-
. at 590 S. W. l.th
M :- chairman
and
Mrs. M iould hi \i the
nating mittee
House Council Plan
Basketball Dance
The H th) Miami
V will 1 Id its first ' Fi b. 2 in the form of
ndd nee.
... i ti in thi Miami and
hapters of AZA
j. .'.: 1 biti -. B ime be-
fore t) held
in thi oati Lavine
and 1 rchestra have been en-
gaged for the even ii '- ion
is ten nts.
The H I .' i-5 corr.Dnsed
'. pn ntatn IPS that
meet it thi Y.
EMBAIiliASSIllG HAIR
i"iishcd nmu
W?**^. arm* aai l<*
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k.flm.
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t l.lnMla R I. I' ,, u.:w
un eta arc *nr
LAWRENCE
TIBBETT
Leading Metropolitan
Opera Baritone
Sponsored cy
Gesu Recreation Centet
Ruth Brotman Managerr.es:
Miami Edison High School
610 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Tuesday. Feb. 12. 1946
8:30 P. M.
T.ckett: 11 50. 12.00 $2.50. MX
S3.50 Piu Tax
On Sale at Miami PhilpiM'l Hm
Store. Red Cross Dot St;rt 4
Kodak Dept.). C 4 G CMS-;
neKt to Church Ge-. B.-3"i_
from Jan. 22 thru FeD '2 0' IM
at Miami Beach Rone* Pun Hsl
tel. Saks Fifth Ave. Lincoln Rs
Miami Beach Radio. Lincoln :|
Eddie's News and Stu 41(1 M
Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves
30 Years of Satisfied Customers
- .
M.. MalviT.a Weas
- _r.:; assistar.t principal
n :-.v dut Hei : pic
which shi will liscuss
r.ew trends -x. education
iy an -r. as Thi Springfield
'-.s-.er. is Burdinp't radio
Frocrrtia. "Fashion Time."
ever WIOD each wpekday
n-.crr.ing, 1:30 to 8:*5.
Record album of
French Operatic
Arias
B*-e v_- Ci"-'i
Sm Many VsristiSS
nt- Tes
FLOYD'S
521 S. W. 42nd Are.
Phone 4-3710
FANCY
GIFT BOXES
MARMALADES
s4
73
A wonderful collection oi
French arias sung by the
iamous Metropolitan bari-
tone. Martial Singher.
'He'll be heard in Miami
this season.)
MUMl re :
FIFTH
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New Electric Induction Type
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FOR INSTALLATION CALL
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FRUGAL WATER HEATER U.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S M. MachteS, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
________________MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
AXfii12^eL.CXn,Lr,?atlons: eth David. Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthadox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-143*
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
"SERVING THE JEWISH n M ...
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LY, JANUARY 25, 1946
+ Jml$li fkridtor
PAGE THREE
r0 Council
Ids Benefit
\tival
second annual musical fes
pponsored by the Greater
Council of the Pioneer
I's Organization for Pales-
Ill be held 8:30 p. m. Sun-
t the Miami Beach Senior
-. High School. Proceeds from the
concert will be applied to the
annual quota for the Moatzath
Hapoaloth (Working Women's
! Council of Palestine I.
TheiroJU'am, under the direc-
tion of Miss Huth Brotman. will
feature Joaquin HomaRevra. boy
soprano: Walter Grossman, 'cel-
Kt: Anyuta Melicov and Eleanor
ark Linton, pianists; Cantors
Louis Feder and Maunee Mam-
ches, and Miss Brotman, who is
a soprano
In addition to classical nuin-
* bers. several Hebrew and Jewish
"* melodies will be presented. Mrs.
Max Shapiro will describe the
work of the Pioneer Women.
bister organization of the Pion-
eer Women, the Working Wom-
en's council is primarily concern-
ed with the training and adjust-
ment of women and girls in Pal-
estine and social services to
mothers and children.
The three local groups which
sponsor the concert are Clubs No.
1 and 2 and the Kadima Chapter
of the Pioneer Women.
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military intelligence chief in Mi-
ami, will speak on "The Planet
is Too Small'' at the commence-
ment exercises of the University
of Miami 11 a.m. Thursday at
the Coral Gables ongregational
church.
Among candidates for bachelor
of arts degrees are Mrs. Dorris
Ajjpel. Harriet Golden. Ina Green
and Sophia Wilkes. Murray
Cooper, Eaile Rubin and Arthur
Weiss will receive the degree of
bachelor of business administra-
tion. Shirley Kay will receive a
bachelor of science degree.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will pro-
nounce the benediction at the
commencement.
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Dabu Paradi
Edward Elton, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Alfred I. Au|utine, 27 MaraliclU
avf., was born Jan. 12 in Jackson
Memorial hospital Konald Albert,
Son of Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur I.cnur,
1560 Koyal l'aliu av\, Jan. 13 .
Susan Jo Sapcrstrin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Herbert Saper.-tein.
736 15th St., Jan. t Kiehard Da-
vid, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Leslie
Goodman, 9528 Hay dr., Surfside,
Jan. 4.
Rahhi S. M. Maehtei offieiated at
the recent Brisim of the sons of Dr.
and Mrs. Alfred I. Augustine, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Knopp. Mr. and Mrs.
Fnark Tessler and Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Lerner.
Chaplain To Be Guest
At CJA Women's Tea
Capt. Leo Geiger, new ehuplain at
Boca Raton, will be guest speaker at
a tea for majors and captains of the
Heaeh women's general solieitution
division of the 1916 combined Jew-
ish Appeal. Sixty women have been
invited to the tea which will he held
at the home of Mrs. Herbert N.
Schwartz, 50 W. Di Lido dr., 2 p. m.
next Friday.
Mrs. Sol Leslie is ehairmun of the
Heaeh women's division. Her ma-
jors are Mrs. Carl Susskind. Central
Heaeh area; Mrs. Leon Ell. North
Heaeh area; Mrs. EdwanI J. V, cin-
stein. South Heaeh area.
Dtliers who will attend include
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of wo-
men's solicitation for Miami and Mi-
ami Heaeh combined, and Mrs. Max
Dohrin, chairman of general solici-
tation for the entire campaign.
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Air Force Veteran
Mrs. Fannie Simerick of 511
15th st. announces the marriage
of her daughter, Leah, to Sidney
M. Greenwald, who recently re-
turned from two years' duty with
the Eighth air force in Europe.
The ceremony will be held at
5 p. m. Sunday in the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. No in-
vitations have been issued. After
a Money moon in Havana, the
couple will reside here.
The former staff sergeant is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Greenwald of Long Island city.
New York, who are here for the
wedding. The bride-to-be attend-
ed schools in New Orleans where
she was active in Hadassah.
A. L. S. girls will take "potluck"
when they gather for supper at
the home of Gwenne Pullman.
210 N. W. 24th ct., Thursday eve-
ning. The supper will be preced-
ed by a board meeting at 4:30
P. M. at which Margie Miller,
chairman, wil preside. Arrange-
ments for the affair hare been
made by the social committee
under the chairmanship of Norma
Schwarts.
Sit by YOUR Fireside
All that's left of their hearth snd home is what
you see in this picture.
Among the things they desperately need to
start s 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 git-* meant one
more human being saved from cold or tkhnesi
or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be
distributed free, without discrimination, to vic-
tims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europef 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 mow.
What YOU Can Do!
J Get together off the clothing
you con spare.
2 Take it to your local collection
depot immediately.
3 Volunteer tome spare time to
your local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY ;
V avsreaats
V (spools
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V pants
V ilim
V drsttss
V skirts
V |Uv*s
V saps
V swtarsrs
V robss
V undtrwsar
V pajamas
V bidding
The more yeu de the better you'll feel
Victory Clothing Collection
for Overseas Relief
HENRY J. KAISER
National Chairman
Xbil aJvertisenuttt wot prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection,
snd it tbomsorad km
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91642nd St. Miami
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333 N. W. 22nd Lane Miami
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& METAL PRODUCTS
25 N. E. 17th Terrace Miami
MACKS CURB MARKET
4416 N. W. 17th Ave. Miami
Grand National Importers
Wholesale Liquors
KURLAND APARTMENTS
1622 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET
1650 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami
PINDER BROS. FISH MARKET
447 N. W. 14th St. Miami
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach
Deauville Service Station
6348 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
NORMANDY RESIDENT .
& DAY SCHOOL
1021 Btarrttt Dr.. Miami Be***
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Rd. Miami
Gordon's Women's Apparel
DuPont Building Miami
Mrs. George S. Van Wields
6105 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach
RAY'S PAINT & BODY SHOP
168 N. W. 1st Street
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ACJ Reaffirms Stand
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Sidney Weiss of Jacksonvii
was a recent visitor to Wtp.f
Beach. His is the nephew of Vl
M. Schrebnick.
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Block *>
Baltimore.
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where Mr. Goodman is jjj
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ANNOUNCES
THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
TO
1145 Ingraham Building
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
JANUARY 10. 1946 TELEPHONE 9-2779
TO SHARE
I will share my beautiful
couple home with a Kosher
Tourist at 1561 Lenox Ave..
Apt. 1. Mrs. Malek.
ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
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Branch 692 of Greater Miami
CHAYELE GROBER
And
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Nationally Known Artists in a
Program of New Songs and
Yiddish Recitations
Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 1946
8 p. m.
At Miami Beach Senior High
School Drexel Ave. at 14th St.
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Shopping Hangover
Shopping is hard work at best hard on the feet and hard
on the pocketbeok. Stores arc crowded with holida\ 1'uvcrs.
arc still scarce, and bargains aren't always eas\ to &
Except electricity/ Lady, you don't have to stir one step out-
umr Inmiic to get a whopping big bargain in <.uii0
and convenience at low pre-war prices.
1 ervicc is always right at your fingertip plcntiro
le. ready 24 hours a day to lighten your houseM
burdens and make youi way of living more pleasant.
And it's cheap! As a matter of fact, the average family
getting just about twice as much electricity for its money*
ago.
Yes, electri service is a rare household bargain. But not^
lent. It's the result of the hard wcA wd experience 0
e men an '. vomen in your company.
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+Jew I si) Harldlar)
PAGE FIVE
ith Our Film Folk
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ncdian Eddie Cantor has fi-
_ staged the network debut
k next-youngest of his five
I- lashed daughters when
\rn Cantor appeared as guest
"Eddie Cantor Show" over
. the other day Marilyn,
ity vcars old, is the only one
ne Cantor girls to seek a the-
Cal career. The others, Margie,
iNatalie, and Janet, prefer
Jon the sidelines and ap-
Mld. Marilvn. no novice in the
ntertaininent world, has filled
highly successful singing cn-
|nt this season at Leon and
| night club in New York.
pa Eddie says: "Marilyn
I her mother's talent and
her lath'

The violinist who will be
,oubling for John Oargield in the
Earner picture "Humoresque" is
[Isaac Stern from New
JWarners have just engaged
and he will probably advise
on the picture, as will Oscar Le-
vant, pianist, author, Information
Pleaser, character bon vivant and
actor, who is also in the cast. As
many popular classical composi-
tion as possible are to be incor-
porated into the production.

Preparation for Hcdy Lamarr's
second independent film venture
went into high gear this week
when producer Jack Chertok
signed Ben Hecha to write the
script of "Dishonored Lady.
Hedy is now at work on her first
independent picture. "The
Strange Woman,"" and doing ex-
tremely well. ^ ^
Georgie Jessel's new book,
"Hello Momma", will be brought
out by the World Publishing com-
pany in three months. Georgie s
autobiography, "So Help Me is
now in its seventh printing!
Groucho Marx described a cer-
tain Star: "She's five divorces
oldbut she doesn't look a day-
over three!" ^ (
Peter Loire, at work now on a
Warner picture, says he has stage
yearnings, and besides has ac-
quired a plav that looks as if it
will be suited for his New York
.. appearance next fall. This is Le
Spectre." written by the French
. Jew___Paul Grenier. Peter is re-
9f writing this in part. However,
this isn't the only time that he
has made deals of this kind but
his present seems the most prom-
' :ing enterprise for himself.
Sign in a Hollvwood delica-
sen: "If vim don't smell it. we
l lt!". .
Irving Berlin who wrote the
^Emerican soldiers sang and
bed to in two wars made this
^nt declaration this week:
hope I never have to write
other song."

Production costs of David O.
nick's Duel In the Sun: his
film, originally budgeted for
JOOO are reported running
,rlnto the sixth million! This
"make it probably the second
expensive picture ever
; in these parts, "Ben Hur.
cost more than $7,000,000,
ting so far the costliest ever
lit out Camera work on "Duel
f in the re-take stage, but
fcions are that the picture
be completed until next
. By the way, Dave's other
. film, "Gone With the
F which cost him four mil-
dollars to make, made ex-
tly thirtv-five million dollars
him when the last dollar was
accounted for!

Dannv Have writes from New
Fork that California is the only
that you can get a sun-tan
^our goose pimples!
Kupperman who masters
c's on ABC network broad-
-Df the "Quiz Kids" has a
Iccomplishment. Thanks to
six months of diligent and un-
advertised practice, he can now
play the piano! "I've been keep-
ing it a secret," he says.

Billy Rose, who returned this
week from a week's air trip to
Europe, was over there on a mis-
sion for Army Special Services.
Billy's findings will have a great
policies in occupied Europe. How-
ever, no public statements on the
matter will be given until after
the Army report is made. Yet,
upon his return, Rose blasted the
treatment given Jewish minor-
ities in Europe and urges this
country to withhold help until the
condition is corrected!

Irwin Shaw, brilliant young
Jewish playwright and novelist
recently discharged from the
Army, has been signed by pro-
ducer Charles Einfield to write
the adaptation and screenplay of
Erich Maria Remarque's "Arch of
Triumph," which will be the
first film on the einfield-David
Loew agenda. David Lewis will
produce the film and will func-
tion as a complete partner with
Einfield and Loew in the ven-
ture. Irwin, who arrived here-
last week, returns to New York
any day now for conferences
with Remarque before starting
to work on the story. "Triumph"
is the only script he will do this
year, since he has received an ad-
vance of ten thousand dollars
from Publishers Dodd Mead for
a novel on his war experiences
and he wants to get going on that.
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Director Mike Curtiz (who did
a great job on "Mildred Pierce'
answered his office phone and
barked: "He's not inI am out
rail me back in an hour!" Then
bearing on postwar entertainment
continued his dissertation about
needing a superlative story for
his picture following Life With
Father'" "I'm at the
pinochle of my career, he con-
cluded.
A JC Ends Month
With Two Events
A film slide projector and a
number of slide films have been
added to the Bureau of Jewish
Education library and are avail-
able to Jewish organizations on
request, Abe Cannes, director an-
nounces. Several of the films are
concerned with Palestine. The
BJE is planning a luncheon for
Greater Miami Sunday school
teachers in the near future.
id
jcrutiful Miami
! Medical Center
tie* for treatment* of acute
a), and convalescent easel
tally equipped for care of
ius and mental disorders,
and alcoholic habita. Psy-
lerapy, Hydrotherapy and
rlc-Shock therapy scientific-
live*.
9. L. DODGE, M. D.
lical Director and President
N. W. 8. RIVEK DRIVE
Phones 2-024&-S-1042
[Open to Members of
County Medical Assn.
GORDON ROOFING AND
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Have your roof repaired new; you
will save on a new roof later
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Experienced Men"
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PHONE 4-B860
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ALL SET for a good full day's
work when a nagging head-
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and so does your work.
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Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
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get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at
your drug store in the regular
package for only a penny apiece
and in the economy package even
cheaper. Why not get a package
today? Your druggist has them.
Read directions and use only as
directed. Your money back if you
are not satisfied.
End of the month events on the
calendar of the Women's division,
American Jewish Congress are
the Friday Review this afternoon
and the regular meeting Monday,
both to be held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Work is
also in progress for the AJC's
donor dinner scheduled for Feb.
10.
Thomas Costain's "The Black
Rose" will be reviewed by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein at 1:30 p. m. to-
day. Guest speaker at the meet-
ing 2 p.m. Monday will be Dr.
Andrew Gottschall, Florida di-
rector of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews. Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, program chair-
man, will give a short talk in
observance of Congress Education
Day.
The meeting will honor the
memory of the late President
Franklin D. Roosevelt on the oc-
casion of his birthday, Mrs. Sol
Leslie, president, announces. Re-
freshments will be served during
the social hour that will follow
the meeting.
The American Committee for
the Rehabilitation of European
Jewish Children will be benefi-
ciary of the donor dinner to be
held at the Terrace restaurant.
The committee, of which Albert
Einstein is chairman, places
homeless Jewish children with
Jewish families or in children's
homes in Europe. Two homes
have been established by the AJC
and the World Jewish Congress,
participating agencies. Mrs. Louis
Glasser is chairman of the dinner.
Miss Malvina Weiss, teacher
and lecturer, will sneak on "Edu-
cation for Democracy" at the
Spinoza Forum. 124 Ocean dr.,
3 p. m. tomorrow. Tuesday eve-
ning, 8 p. m., Charles H. Lee will
give the second lecture on the
stars and Wednesday evening. 8
p. m.. Dr. Morris Schneer of New
York will give the third lecture
on the "Science of Living".
the only fund-raising function to
be held by the local AJC chapter
this year. Cochairmen are Mrs.
Philip Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel
Baskind.
A repertoire of Jewish, Hebrew
and English songs is being pre-
pared by the Bialik Singing so-
ciety which meets every Tuesday
under the direction of Mme. Lina
Coen. This Tuesday the society
will meet at the Beach Y. Mem-
bership is still open.
Dr. A. L. Sikes .
After Servinq With the Armed
Forces Overseas. Announces the
Openinq of His Office for the
Practice of Dentistry.
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TELEPHONES 5-2155-56-57
AN APPEAL TO OWNERS OF
APARTMENTS AND HOMES
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Xst^ue to the acute housing shortage in
the Greater Miami area, we are losing a
number of teachers and executives, includ-
ing returned Servicemen ... all are pros-
pective year around residents ... all sub-
stantial, highly desirable citizens ... all
well qualified for their positions and vital
to both you and us in the proper training of
your children.
This appeal is directed to civic minded
citizens who are in a position to aid us in
this emergency .. any home owner with a
guest room willing to rent it to a reliable
person or couple, or any apartment owner
who will provide shelter for such persons,
can render a real service to their commu-
nity by notifying us immediately.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
OF DADE COUNTY
Phone
JAMES T. WILSON. Superintendent of Schools
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Subscription Rates: 1 )ear. S3 .00, S.x Momns.
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RITA GROSSMAN. Ne%vs_Editor_
VOLUME 19
NUMBER 4
Mian;: 18. Florida, Friday, January -? : '4''
SHEVAT 23. 57
A VALUABLE SERVICE .
Leaders of the organized community frowned upo.....e
tablishment of the National Children's Cardiac Hcrr.e seven
ago. They had no quarrel with the purpose of the Hon
considered that it would be a drain and an additional I
on the residents of Greater Miami when so many otnei pro ects
needed immediate attention in a growing communil
Results accomplished by a small group e: men imbued witl
ideals and determination have brought into fruition something
concrete that will be pointed out with pride by visitors ar.a :es.-
dents alike in years to come The Home has received i
throughout the country and has furthered :e".:e: :: juvenile car-
diac ailments.
The Home is supported fcy c local chapter and s.x charters
in Northern states Through these, it :der.-::.es itseli as a na-
tional agency. It represents a total Investment c: ever 51.....
This yecr alone the Homes b :dge: rah; ::: the expenditure of
S60.000. At prese.-.t 4C children ere residents a: the H:me.^Be-
fore the year is out there will be c:::r.rr.::::::r.s :;: : :.-.:.arer.
since three new buildings have just beer, completed. Future
plans call for the care of approximately 150 patients. The project
is run on a nonsectarian besis.
The Greater Miami chapter's Spenser s Jarr.beree Sunday
should be not only an instrumentality :c: serur.r.a funds but one
clso of rejoicing end ccmmendcdcn far a valuable service
TO RANSOM AND REDEEM
Out of the mouths c: eyewitnesses came these poigncn:
words ct the United Jewish Appeal conference Sunday S: few
yet so meaningful, these phrases say so much in ;c little r.eacl
them slowly, grasp their import, understand ihei: significance
and you too will comprehend the need :cr ar\cr.
"From the depths oi despair :: the heights :: c.rce ca.n
their hearts have felt, agony &er -. L.~- irve sees =:..
drenched with blood, fertilized wtri .::.-.-. ::..-.- : ;e:_-e ::r
justice, fairness and equality ._; --; ; -;::..:.: :-'.-.- .; ::
has a definite purpose ncr.e **-"* ;;:::; v.-r .cc....-
to ransom and redeem .
The fate of our brethren has bee: :_:.- i- z:.:.-= forth
these expressions of the preser.-. ana iej .-.::- ::: .-.e future
We must help them. We must supscrt -^ Z:rr.e.r.ea "eW-
Appeal.
Personally Speaking
C0NT NUED_FROM PACE 2)
AROUND AND ABOUT
: Mr end Mrs Louis Gordon,
j vacationing a. the Sea We. an-
nounce the marriage of their
1 daughter. Elayne, to Samuel
, Decker, Washington D. C
businessman Rabbi Sau Ap
pelbaum will officiate at the
1 ceremony 1 p- Sunday in
: a private home on Rivo Alto
Bland. The couple wi 1 honey
moon in Havana and Mexico
netcte going to Washington to
: Max Shapiro will join
. .... ..:d N. Cardinal of
' zqi and Dr. Edward Hill-
-a-, of North Carolina at Welch
-cent Government hos-
.:. ; [ytona next week to
near on a program sponsor-
ed ':v the National Conference
ol Christian and Jews.
M, Mrs. Charles Bela-
:.;:: c: 3199 S W. 26th st. were
hosts to a party in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Chnoko on the oc-
.. c: their 50th wedding
anniversary this week ... Dr.
F :=e 5a;? of Newark, N. I., 'as
luncheon hostess last Wednes-
day a- the home ol Mr. and Mrs.
SaulKleinberg 1732 James ave.
Fish :aught .:. Miami waters by
Capt Edward Kaufman, who is
vacationing with his mother at
the Traymore "'as teatured on
IN COLLEGIATE SETTINGS
Sladys Novack is the author
of an article en recce Tech-
niques which appears in the
2C anniversary edition of the
Distaff rritical-Uterary quarter-
ly published at Florida State
...-.-. t ::: Women Annette
Vitskv :: Miami Beacn pi ivs
is French born with the FSCW
ercneaua Dick Gerstein h is
beer, named sports editor of the
Ic.s ... versity c: Miami year-
bock Alec Cc.deerg will serve
:; coed: :: :: the veterans' sec-
! yearbook New
Tau Epsilon Phis
rersity e: Miami chapter are
CITIZEN NUMBER ONE
Recognition oi an individual during bis ..:e\..-- s-----e__-
propriate than posthumous adoration ana tributes :f "--'-'--" '-'-
service and accomplishment. The inspiraticne va'ue"alone ius
tifies the extension of this practice.
But this tribute should be deserving ana .....ed Out :- a
consistent manner by the sponsor. 1: must ring true conso-
nance with the character o: the bestower and pay tribute in a
sincere, conscientious fashion. To do otherwise brands thaort
as hypocrisy. It leaves one with a bad taste and ob-terote. rt
entire meaning of the award.
A recent incident in our own community -----kes this m
ment Far more serious consideration should hav- --'-.""'
voted to the selection of Citizen No. 1. W would tike to
of that individual as one with a rrc-e liberal -~-V~*" "......
w^every ac, would bespeak the condS tSSdt &
New MJOC Sisterhood
Elects Mrs. Karger
Mrs. E. Karger was elected
president of the newlv-f
Sisterhood of the Miami Ji
Orthodox Congregation and Tal-
mud Torah last Wednesday night.
She has called a meeting for Wed-
nesday evening. Jan 30, at 590
5. W. l.th ave.. to plan for the
reb. 1, concert the Sisterhood
will sponsor. The Rev. Maurice
Mamches wil be guest artist at
the concert.
Elected with Mrs. Karger were
Mrs. M. Kupferstein. first vice
president: Mrs. J. Zalis. second
vice president: Mrs. S. Geltner
recording secretary: Mrs. D. Och*'
financial secretary: Mrs. A. M
Bear, treasurer, and Miss F.
Prefer, corresponding secretary.
New members are the Mes-
dames E. Shochet. A. Peppei. M
Mintzer, H. Rothenberg. D. Sin^ei
M. Rifas. D Stmon. M R<.ppr*\rt'
.....- T =
Mo:e Fendrick ncnert Bcuer
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Mudty Confidential
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
B'NAI B'RITH DISTRICT
MEET IN SAVANNAH
been s> l<
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^-ou :: second
list -.:
th
Bnci B:itn st II
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:- Fl ioi
Anti-Del
Scheduled :
. tessional
PL""," for Hlllt-' and the further
implementation of the ADL pro-
a. sm
aJli? iJ**}kin- Tal.anoffs
^stant made trips to Lakeland
. Rm, Wt^sm ADt,v,,uV
:ord Tennenbcum, Kenne-
:. [ickkew Sidney Weiner
M Monis Harvey Gold-
steic Neil Pasmantur, Jack
:. Manuel Odze. Don-
:'.i Schlesinger, David Bloom-
berg lames Spingarn, Milton
S::c::: Arnold Arons and Irv-
ing jehringei ... Henry Bam-
ber and Maurice Levinson of
Miami Beach have been elected
rhcncelloi and bureau of
the newly rated TEP
:haptei :: the University of
r^cr.da Melvin Levinson of Mi-
ami is the new scribe
NOTES AND NAMES
Dr. Albert K. Epstein, ZOA
executive board member from
Chicago was guest lecturer at
the Beth Jacob Adult institute
this week. The institute meets
each Wednesday night .
s and Women's divisions
of Mizrachi will meet in the
Community building of Beth la-
cob tomorrow evening at 8 .
Temple Beth Sholom schedules
club meetings for boys and girls
from 12 to 14 years of age every
Saturday at 7 p. m. and a
Young Folks' dance every Sun-
day at 8 p. m. for men and
women over 18 years of aqe.
/,.., isi Frant
K II. \\a,\ and rompanj acted
qui>-kl> !"" il Kv It. ii Riihard-
-,,n. ia.iiiIim Mirtlar> ol ihr I ro-
ll -i.nii \. lion i iniimilti alien "
ill, nllun i" hi "i'1 N mitii in< il< "'
il ,,i hail .....irn in n- V< > "ll>
.,,,,, .1 ||, p. t -..t>I|. I .III' till -I""-
ii arili .Ii.....-- il 'I" 'I- rk nilh "I
.Hill l 'II It I. Ill-llll- N, ^ oil -
m i.....iiii.i--i.-n. i "I I'olin \iiliin
w \\ .ill.ni.l. i. i- cn "triil in hi-
lumllinc "I .i.....I rai iul |>i.....lire
in lii- ill partiiu hi li> il -'it
ii I i;| laki imii.. Mr. I i. .I.i
">lan|i "> ai ii* it in < le\i laml.' .
11,,- lailv i- ill- head ul "The I nilrd
Mllllll I- .it I I. \. I.lll.l." .Ill in t mi .i-
.. In. Ii, anionf iillu i lliiiiK'. i ol-
l-.i- nioni-t fur l.eralil I K -until
Vml li" .iImhii Mr- Blanch)
W ml. r- ul Detroit, nhottioa-l- >( her
iii.i-- mailini '( ihi "I'rw.....I- of thr
ol Zion?"
l/e/inina/ef.1 >i>ittti<\ .
\riluir T Rohli, editor "f I ditor
.ni.l I'liKli-lx-r. lu- worked out ihes*
-i.iii-ii. .ii Finuri 'ul "I I.TOfl m -
|..i|i. i- nunrr-pulili-hert in the I nit-
- ,l Mali .i iii.ix i min in t.f I > .in- Jr%v-
i-li. ..i I. -- ill.in one i" i i. in nf tin-
lolal Mr Itul.li. Ml.....I.Mi.n-U
in. hi- well, and whov purpoM- it i-
lo imniliin .ml i -.....lii propaganda
I.....t "Jii-Ii control "f Vmerira't
in.--. Ii.i- .il.....ili iil.it, il another in-
Irre.liny perrentaae (niiir,- II,
Pro*.....Mi Ill-urU lll.ll .it ......t d
I" ul "I tin il.nlv ami T or H per
"ill nl ihe Sundai circulation ( the
I mini Stall -'' i- In I.I li\ J. >. i-h
owned new.paper* \n.l Mr K..I.I.
jI-u -i.ii. .mil i.....t authoritative!)
lli.il "there i- nol a ninaie Jew mi
tin hoard ul ihe \.......it. ,1 I'r, ...
lii.- I ml..I I'h ... tin Int. rM.ili.nial
Ni- Sen ire, tin American New*.
papel I'mIiIi-Ii. r-" \......alii.ii. |h(
Vlll"".' S.....I) ,,f Newpaper Kdi-
i..r- ami tIn- Vudil Bureau of I n-
nilation" \\, ,|t |gk.. ,|,.
I.Hlt
the Brave," which wa rerenlli |i
iliii.d on Broadwaj ... r Lion
pla) dealt iili il"' ulijeri ..( ii
-.....ti-m in ill.- \rm> Il lu- .!
in; and .Iramalir impa. I Il
. II wriltrn and -n| rbl> irled
II- -lar. Jo-rpli Prvne>. who pi
ll- J.wi-h toldirr, will In -n.ilrl
up b) ll"llv>.....I '"'I I......'" J- '
,,ii- a- I.nii- ..Hi'......' Jmiiiim i
ii. Yi-i tin- pla) fail l di
.ml ma) rl..... da) II" !
-,,n i- limple, Inn the iuthor dm
know ii In-ii.nl of irritini
perpetrator! of aiUi"Seniilini rl
,ill. Laurrnti piyehoanaKiei
J. v. i -Ii victim and nir.- Ili III "' '
".-mill-in \nd lhal '- ihf ill
,il.|. weakncM f "Homi "I
Brave.
MisiilliirtY .
With ili. Jewish roi
Th.- J.wi-h Communil
Danzig now lin* rrorfuiuri, m
ii. I.niu mad.' f-.r ibr ''"' "' '*"
J.i-li reremonial object" which W
it- proprrt] and which li"l been *
p.i-ii. d for nafckccpinf il il" I*
I In ..InKiial S.-ininar\ of \m.-rir ...
Hi, -w.,r.l of ihe l.onl." whirhr*
n-.lf an "independent hrirfian *
In." .1..... nol make a er) hriaw
impr.-ion Ii- editor. Evng
i-i John K. Rice, u-- i ralhfi *
viniMie, clannish lone in hi
inci The week!) >- publi.nrd
lllinoii If >u hai '"",*","
derini what ha- I......i.....' ""
Schulbcra. author of *Vhal **]
Samm) Hun." jmn will 1- inlerr
la know thai Kudd reccnlh retynw
from Nurembeni He helped l>*
pan- ihe film evid. n.. that a* """
al ihe Nuremberg trial-
nunili
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Per .nit of \ni.rii
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new-rpapei owneri were Jewiih, <.r
,,ml..... *< did have Jewiih repre-
ntalivei ...i 1R) r all of the new*
P,Dr' ........lion boardi would thai
luMif) intiSemiHi propaganda aboul
a J, wuh-conlrolled prew?" Vt,
'''"^ )'' 1' .....' wll inlentiom,
Mr It..I.I.. but really. .1,..,. MatiMic.
y futlh and m.anmgl.... ami pla..-
lewnh achievement in Vmeriri on a
piola l..ii.
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Hi- ejwith
SCHOOL HEAD SEEKS -A 'i" ^AuSStZS^Z
HOMES FOR TEACHERS
A: tment house
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bk-m in h. Gr. ti M
we are losing teachen and ex-
lay and face a
short personnel in the
countj hool 8ystem." w,|Son
He k, that persons with
Vp':'." ;""'* wt,tr*.rwS
R't^rvd rhnaa ,
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Division Breakfast
To Feature Nadich
Fired bv the sessions M '
Sunday's all day Interpretive;
ference of the United Jc*'-'|
Appeal. Joseph Stein, chairman j
the Initial Gifts division :
1946 Combined Jewish APP
is invitmE a select RTOUP of I
residents to a private bn
at the White House boU 1, '
Sunday.
Lt. Col. Judah Nadich. P** I
advisor on Jewish affairs to Gea I
Eisenhower, will be the ^xuest oi
honor and will speak infon*"*l
to the group. The Initial 0i
Division expects to raise J w,|
stantial portion of the 1946 goal-
Circle To Sponsor
Artists' Concert
C h a y e 1 e Grober and '
Packer, nationally known an I
of the Jewish stage, radio a" I
concerts, will appear at the 'a"l
Beach High school Feb. 3 und* I
the auspices of the Workmen l
Circle. Branch No. 692. I
The program will '^ J'de d
number of new songs. sk'u> vj
recitations. Proceeds will >*; u:*J
for thr- upkeep of the Ore* s !
YicWtsh schools
^trnffAgS-m^A


Uy. JANUARY 25, 1946
?Jew!si)HarikMam
PAGE SEVEN
ItPHS TO CUE
Josephs, author of "Ar-
Ine Diary", will be presented
the Town Hall Forum 8:15
Thursday at Miami Senior
ehool. Topic of his discuss-
will be '"Latin America
red."
Josephs is a newspaper man,
dio coiiimeiitatoi- and lecturer
|s being author of the book
Jsaised intense discussion of
South American affairs.
In h:s talks he tells of news
that never gets into the papers
and it is claimed that he knows
what the State department is
really doing, the sponsoring com-
mittee of Temple Israel's Men's
club reports.
Josephs is the second of four
lecturers appearing on the Forum
thia season. Erika Mann,
scheduled to appear here in April,
is reported ill in Europe and
unable to attend. A substitute
ler will bu brought here to
e vacancy.
LEGAL NOTICES
NADICH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
\ati*m languish in suffering and
uanl."
"The Jrwh <>f Europe Miner from
ill,, lark of food, from overcrowding,
from rolil, from insufficient cloth-
ing and Insufficient activities to re-
generate them as new men and wo-
rn- n", lie said, urging tlic Florida del*
rgatcs to make an all-out effort to
In ilie. tlie UJA drive lo a successful
conclusion. He expressed regret that
the few improvement* made in d. p.
camps since August are now declin-
ing.
Praising the work of Joint Distri-
hution Committee teams in Germany.
he declared that the JDC budget is too
small to provide 'medicine and food
to reunite Jewish families He al-
so cited the Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine which is sponsoring educa-
tional anil agricultural training for
the d. p's and preparing them for
emigration.
In an overwhelming majority, the
surviving Jews sec their only future
in Palestine, he said, making an an-
alogy between the Jews clawing at
the doors of the Dachau ga- Cham-
ber to escape death and the survivor,
seeking to leave Kurope.
"Europe is I""' dun" gas clumber.
They're clawing at the doors they
want to get out." he declared.
The first Jewish chaplain to serve
overseas with the U. S. Army l.t.
Col Nadich was promoted from the
rank of major last week.
Capt. Levine To Take
Bride To New York
Bloombergs To Mark
56th Wedding Date
NOTH'i: UK I HSSl ll.l'TUl.N I iK
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is lii-ivli.v Kivi-n that the
partnar.-lnp latH> Milislstiixr lietween
the and-vsiuneil. l'KHt'Y ZIMMER-
MAN ana l/il'IS i' Si'HAT/.. carry -
Inf on tin ti:isiin-s as the A-l LAND-
SCAPE SI.i:\Ml-: a I l.sfi N. E. *0th
Street, Minni. Kim idn, Hade County,
wu on i ''*'
rlliujorveil l'\ inuiii.t! ewi-ent. .....1 ih.ii
the busni'>- in iim fiituie will be
carried "" i>v tin- said l.nl'is i'.
WCHATZ -1 = -
chare* .i'l ilel't.- and liabilities and
receive all ninnevs payable In tlie
nald late firm
PERCY ZIMMERMAN
l.i ills C. SCHALTZ
HARRY PIKTZ. Atli.rin-v
1/25; 1/1 ____________________________
NOTICK IS HEREIiT GIVEN that
the BBdclsuiifd, di-sirniK to eiigagp in
liualnees inl.-r the fi.t IHouh name or
BISCAY m: HKAITY sri'PI,Y at
7il4 N. W". Till Aviv, Intend to regla-
tr aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit i'"Hit nf I Mile I'oiinty, Florida.
l-OtMS fOHI'.N
IIERHERT BIX.NER
SMI, ALEXANDER
vlt/lt 1/4-11-1S-2T..
CZECH JEWS DEPEND
ON U. S.HERRMANN
In a ceremony at the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miss
Renee Ades and Capt. Paul
Levine were united in marriage
Monday afternoon.
Miss Ellen Hope Ades was maid
of honor for her sister and Jack
Levin was best man. Mrs. I. L.
Fishbein was at the piano. After
the ceremony, a reception and
dinner was held at the Lord
Tarleton hotel.
Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Millsteio, grandpar-
ents of the bride. Mr. Pete
Ghcttingcr, Mrs. Essie Lewis. Mr.
Harry Levitt, Miss Sylvia Ghett-
inger, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Aherns,
Miss Beatrice Mannheimer and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaplin of Boston.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Ades of
New York city and Miami Beach
and is a graduate of Abraham
Lincoln High school and Brooklyn
college. Capt. Levine is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Levine of
Miami Beach and is a graduate
of Ohio university.
After a short stay in Miami
Beach, Capt. and Mrs. Levine will
return to New York where they
will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Bloom-
berg, 731 N. W. 17th St.. will cele-
brate their 56th wedding anni-
versary Feb. 5. The party will be
held at the home of their daugh-
ter. Mrs. Frances Baril, 427 N.
W. 12th ave.
Married in Boston on Feb. 2,
1890, the couple has resided in
Miami for the past 12 years. They
are both garden enthusiasts. Four
of their six children. Mrs. Baril.
Miss Sadie Bloomberg and George
W. and Louis Bloomberg, reside
in Miami. Another son. Sam
Bloomberg, is comirfg from Bos-
ton to celebrate his parents' an-
niversary. Mr. Bloomberg was a
drug clerk in a wholesale drug
company in Boston for 40 years.
Musical Show Planned
A program of music and come-
dy has been arranged by the Beth
Jacob Sisterhood for its Feb. 3
event. Besides Belle Baker( stars
who will appear include a boy
soprano; the Dietz sisters, accor-
dion artists; Libbie Fishbein and
Sylvia Genet, pianists; Boris Mill-
man, baritone, and Ruth Brot-
man, soprano.
The affair will be held at the
synagogue.
BARK LEY VISUALIZES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Parents of children attending
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Hebrew and Sunday schools will
be guests of the Sisterhood at a
tea 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Center. Mrs. Joseph M. Rose,
president of the Sisterhood, has
invited all parents to attend.
Inter and intra-chapler debates
are being planned by Sigma
Rho, an AZA chapter. The group
recently won the local debate
championship at Ihe Midwinter
tournament in which south Flo-
rida AZA and BZB chapters
participated ____
doors of the U. S. to a limited num-
ber of refugee)!, but emphasized that
the majority of displaced persons
"want to and have the right to go to
Palestine, the one country that is
willing and able to receive them in
large numbers."
Expressing the desire that the Jew-
ish people will have representation
as a nation at-the final peace confer-
ence, Itarkley reminded the more
than "dm delegates who attended the
afternoon session that a Jewish state
in Palestine cannot be achieved im-
mediately since there are twice as
many Arabs as Jews there now. He
renounced the Hritish White Paper
as a recession in the movement to ex*
tend liberty throughout the world
but said he had faith that English-
speaking peoples will, through nego-
tiation and persuasion, secure free-
I limn for the Jews
'ictorl
rtistt]
and I
Iiam'[
jndcfl
mens|
s t'll
NOTICE IS HKUKHY GIVEN that
-the undei..luiinl. d.slririK to encage In
bUSlne Ullde! the f 1.-1 it t. II111I1C Ilf
"Tn\ CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841
llnml Avenue. Intend to register
..amp with the Clerk of the Clr-
Court of i)ade County. Florida.
WII.1,1AM WEINSTOCK
D. MARTIN MELTS
'4-11-18-25
TK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
irlerttlgned, desiring to engage
kuHiiirsH under Ihe fictitious
of MOSS' MARKET, at linn
. .'r1 Ave.. Miami. Fin.. Intend
H.-i-t-r said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of I lade County.
4ila
HARRY MOSS
IltVINC. MOSS
MANUEL MOSS
IRY IVTETZ
fur Applicants.
2 l-S-15-22
. COINTY JCnOE'S COCRT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 1B745
-Estate of DESMOND TV HAYS,
;/A. DES HAYS, deceased.
MCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
kPI'LICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
fll MtC.E.
tOTIcK Is hereby Riven that I
filed my final report and pe-
fnr Final Dlschartre as Executrix
le estate of Desmond 11. Hays.
!/A lies Havs, deceased: and that
the 18th day of February, 1946. 1
apply to the Honorable w. F.
ntnii. County .Indue of Dade
Intv, Florida, for approval of mild
tl report and fur final dlscharKP as
rulrlx of the estate of Desmond B.
S, A'K/A Des Hays, deceased.
fhls ir,th div of January, 194B.
MIRIAN MANE HAYS.
R. SILVER.
Lttornev for Executrix.
|-25 2/1-S
VTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A 97*1
JOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
LES PEARLMAN, holder of City
J Coral (Jaliles Tax Certificate No.
|a Issued the 1st day of June. A. D.
. has filed ciimp In my office, and
. made application for a tax deed
[he issued thereon. Snld Certlfl-
le embraces the following deseribed
Inertv In the Countv of Dade. Slate
Florida, to-wit:
d 4, I Ilk. IF. Coral Tlahles Orn-
8a Sec.. Plat Rook s. Page 113. In
City of coral Cables. County of
le. Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said propertv un-
the said certificate was in the
ne of: UNKNOWN
Tnless said certificate shall lie re-
lied according to law. the property
pribed therein will he sold to the
hest bidder at the Court HnusV
on the first Monday in the
ith of March. 194B. which Is the
day oi March, lfMfi.
Dated this 16th day of January.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk nf Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida.
By N. C STERRETT. D. C.
rcnlt Court Seal)
126 2/1-8
Reporting Oil a recent trip to Czech-
oslovakia to study the conditions for
Jews there, Leo Herrmann, secretary-
general of the Palestine Foundation
Fund, reported that of the 120.000
Jews who were in that country be-
fore the war, only 7,000 have sur-
vived. All the others, Hermann
said, were murdered in Na/.i con-
centration camps in Thcresienstadt,
Osrwcicim and llirkcnaii. "They were
killed by famine, bullets or were
gassed." Herrmann w the main
speaker at a UJA mass meeting Sun-
dav night at Temple Israel.
The Jewish survivors in Czecho-
slovakia, as elsewhere in Europe,
have only one hope snd prayer-
emigration to Palestine. Herrmann
-aid, adding: "Without this hope
there would probably be mass sui-
cides among the Csecrhoslovakian
Jewish population." He expressed
Cldei among the Chechoslovakian
government "would not raise any ob-
jections to the emigration of the
Jews."
The entire Jewish population in
that country, Herrmann declared, is
dependent for its food, clothing and
medical supplies on the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, one of the constit-
uent agencies of the United Jewish
Appeal,
Rabbi James Heller, who was
scheduled to speak Sunday evening,
was unable to attend due to illness.
Mayor Herbert Krink of Miami
Beach, extended greetings to the con-
ference group at the afternoon ses-
sion.
Anti-Semitism Topic
Of Center's Forum
Sealed at the head table were the
liiiii
! TOUBY
PAINTING
ICO.
"Anti-Semitism in ihe Postwar
World" will be the topic of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center's Adult Ed-
ucation institute forum Wednesday
evening at 9 p. m.
Dr. Andrew Cotl-chull. Florida di-
rector of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, and Gilbert J.
H.ilk in. associate director of the Flor-
ida regional Anti-Defamation league,
will be guest speaker- with Mfrcil
Stone as moderator.
The forum will be preceded b) He-
brew and Bible classes Infill 7:30 till
9 p. in. _^______________________
local sponsoring committee consisting
of Sam Hi.ink. Monte Selig. Ibrahant
Goodman, Baron de Hirsrh Meyer,
Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitx, Win.
D. Singer and Mitchell Wolf-on. \l-
so at the head table were local cam-
paign leaders Joseph II. Stein, Benja-
min Kane. Morri- Klass, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Uabbi Saul Appclbauin, Ja-
cob Slier, and Carl Wcinkle.
Other participants in the program
of the conference were the Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches and Cantor Abraham
Friedman.
Mrs. Harry Cordon and Mr-. Mey-
er Schwartz were CO-chairnien of ar-
rangement- assisted by the following
bost,--c-: Mrs. Monte Selig, Mr-. Sain
Blank, Mr-. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Sol I.c.-lie and Mrs. Sadve (.. If......
Eleven -indent- of ihe University
of Miami, members of Hillel, were
ushers al the mass meeting.
3 5CCO I
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MIAMI 36, FLORIDA j
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GREATER
MIAMI'S
MOST
CONVENIENTLY
LOCATED
DOG TRACK
FIRST
8:00 P. M
WHAT CAN YOU SPARE
THAT SHE CAN WEAR?
Clothing that yoai may con-
sider old can bring new Ufa
to some suffering person to
whom war brought despair
and destitution.
Your spare clothing will be
distributed free, without
discrimination, to victims
of Nati 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
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FRIDAY. JANUARY
2S,
Uniformity Of
Law Enforcement
f nftther Maintaining a game room is punishable by a.
Mnt French unst of' anower mum qJ ^ yean_and yet all voices j *m
. f ,;, one stands up to be counted on any CTimm^
If'aSlaw is common sense; and all that is excepMhjMesser of the crimes-operating a g,
i An Edit rial
Bv JOHN D. MONTGOMERY
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^PandVll that is not com-
"' "" n;e-1S not law." room. WHY?
" ./vwtk-ptaNS and particularly the taxpayj WHY DOES the law enforcement chant n, u
D.\DECOLNTIAV^anar interested count always sing to the tune of "Stop CoIl
of Miami Bead. JouW WMMT^ common scnsc ^^ ^^ ^ Qny Qr nQt) Qnd never^L,
to^ experience, tne majjs ^ ,,ccmCnt. the idea of a 9^^]^^J^FOvement in lhe
ilv.t something tection and prosecution of the vicious, violent rjr
It certainly ^L%0UtJ is a crtoe in ous crime.? No price can be paid no license M
regarded as a social/1W'"Sihi,h a F^n ble for xhe, ^mission of the felonies mentioaM
another county for the commissio. i's pvnected to bo set upon d> t..t i wQuld seem <,, certain persons and inteieaH
"Gambl '
: lea' i al
In the first pia n't d scuss -
issue, bi .....-- the si i legislat h s ih lec-.ded
theref r m ral Us n nc 1 r.i in-
. VV. have r
Let's not continue ad mfimtum this Qnd swaying around the seasonal bonfce^
2?=r -'mif farce 'jlar "I-watch-you" fashion, chanting and sh;. J*
Dade county version of "Hold That Line-Hoy V
Line- which is "Get That Gambler Ge:
Gambler."
Try to speak to any of these frenzied, halkiq
i starry-eyed performers about the thought of en:o:d
some of the important criminal laws, or catching t
, types of law-breakersmurderers, robbers, buicL
--;-- /-- : ng cbout t[j rapists, hit-and-run killers, etc.. and they look at^H
at least queer, and most cer-JB
and crooked people ol the.. ;e *
the dancers swing and rI |
Yippee! Get That Gambler!
By IERY

aq suckei tc tl
hotbodies glisten, and throaty voices chant in ^M
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Certi n favor of law
we believe that t laws s
sam( an :... r.ner all ; ver t at
tate of Flor- caaence the solemn dirge of jhe Crusade festival
?venue I -Qet That GamblerGet That Gambler."
"" juc -:jck and jai- realize that the season is of finally <:
:::".".V." ..-sue of W. e that of all the.crimes. gambhngiM
-------- -- ] ney producer Men like money-so do fM
Mv 1 5 tell me that...... ".......5 c.ld sc ney producer. Men like money-so doter
::. ... ...... -- morabtywi.....torn [uestion c...... nd syndicates of men. Hence, t ,Ve.
................ strongly forfeited the crgumen : h attends and badges this particular offenH
nowise ...... bus less v ites many ight it into prominence out of all pro: { f,
Anyone wh millions :: collars cr.nnc.il5 and county
spin >f a i -'' neasuries of Fioridc. prove or not,
i ..; er, ind wants t find ...:. can vei fy i -_z- _; -ri situation ..-.-. --u mbling
that gambling i running laws penmnii I lore is a sul ect o:
:..: .:'. ~ ::'. sev<:... jthei mties in t
We certainly 2 cct five the imp! --.
that because t ted in
-..-..- i: Light tc i in Dade
fami th I saj Ing "t
at" but --:...
we think the present f*
ax? wz ro n:t m^an unfair
GAMBLERS.


W
E THINK :: U un
millions

public concern j which wi should and
v ... exr.::v ^:^; discuss until solution is ef-
fected. We hope ::: inn oi | and up-
curved eyebrows .:. oui direction.
S";--:- policy towards games ol having
changed .-itched .:. to PER-
MISSION 3 by the stat the morals oi
betting money :n ;ames ;: pure chance, whether
r.::sfs :: wheels z:^s c: ... ..-.::. :: chemuvde-fel
have been resolved negatively in the ive halls
......by the j .. Florida wno vou a ___stitutionol
canendmen: :: .;:-..:; pctri-mutuel :;c:se, >: tnd jai-
club properties in Dade < ....; night afte: slm gambling. Sc let s be practical and not horrified as
visitors Bea few miles s analy: don.
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:: :? unfair : .- ss interests se'.e'.v :
emj I yers, the tn ritv
"'. you hove no license, vou ere branded as a vicious and
'.v- : says that ;Cwdow= cnrnmsl o:* the worst variety The license
-."? ':'. *' : makes the ruite a unique meaauring
taat Broward c mty nts i ral j .. y. ..-......._.....___,c n y
- S^j-;rr:.-:vz eniorcem* leagues and
sssocicuons organize sr.d rent and rave; a lew news-
lively unimportant place which it i $
,. \K< are sure that the OTHKR OFFD^B
I'.tioru'd are not allowed and nurtured :r. r.-flj
JUST GAMBLING. We are equalh Fin
been turned on in this county in the o.-.flj
I roduccr ONLYgamblinK. .. fi
ent tune the "Someone" who contr s I
' :11 ii 11 you when we find out .-tT.spkBB
f il use DadeOpen Brow,-.: ; -and sflj
're still sitting in his game ar.d :^M
taken to the cleaners. We ;.ri r. : > k
layed, or who shuffles or .i find out if we possiblv r-
ARE WE for gembling? Nol We think :-.: .-es
law should be applied end enforced in an impctent
and digniiied manner throughout the stateinclud^B
Broward, Monroe, Palm Beach es well as Dade cs^H
ty. This is as it should be.
It isn't fair that there is NO ENFORCEMENT!
few miles from our office in Miami Beach; and fj
hotel, amusement, mercantile and trades people ^B
to witness a daily flow of hundreds oi thousandsflj
deal license,
solely 2nd exclusively. your pcrticuloi and selected dollar purchasing end pay roll power away hBJ
::. But if their doors toward the land of fun "next com
north. It isn t fair for those in authority in the nflj

to continue to rest the matter oi "yes-or-no" entaB
ment in the hands of those who presume to speakBJ
local desire in the several counties, thus destro^BJ
uniformity and equality and establishing a systB
grace here-crime there "enforcement."
s tm::--Bi
We would like to know wh s
autl ritative \ ices foi these twe .
is this Mr. S

:'. snout the sstouneing and unchecked increase
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OUR
and
>inc and cracked around our own econ

It*s about time good citizens put an end to thefrei
d.,!u<-. stamp out the seasonal bonfir
ce:
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He says
usei as bait for and re< s its f nancial su
a game re >m.
upport from re~r '"f^ -orceny ourg^n-iv abortion r.:-and-run
-; more 3e:.:.s to our people
:-. : gcmbl ng room*ALL
no
no
affi-
it ::.me
In order that our thoughts on this important B
pel sons living outside of Miami Btach. w
rruns Star and The Evening Sun TropioJ
ited, this advertising space has been?
! Usher of those two Miami Beach f*
^We will be interested in having the opiwoo]
otner tlondians on this subject, and their ideaW
s Ive this problem which affects them as well*'
break for those places operating in next-door Br ward -v.-,""6 ::"-es =-nczec snore are felonies run:
county. -; r -: aecm .:. some asicncei hie .~z:^z-~eT.:
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fJewisii fhrldiar
PAGE NINE
nee Parade
1 F. Enfield. veteran
otographer, is on the
the newly established
is university in Seoul,
Je is one of 31 faculty
Jirho are teaching an en-
llmeht of noil (il>. A Miami
Ch High school j;i actuate. Kn-
ld was a cintol photographer
xth the Seventh division at Oki-
iVtra Whre he won the Bronze
ar and te I'm pie Heart. Paul
.d his hrothei, Knit, arrived
: iead of' American occupation
x>ps to Aotograph the libera-
>n of Korea. They went over-
last Jaimai v and served at
before going to Okinawa.
to MTV-ice, both boys worked
their father. Hi nrv Knfield,
Canieia simp on Miami
. Paul, who received a bay-
wound m the foot at Oki-
and his brother were
the Bronze Star for pho-
Ig the famous "Hour-
division's part m the bat-
Okinawa and l.eyte. The
were made in Korea.
with two battle stars for service
in New Guinea and Luzon, the
Philippine Liberation ribbon with
one battle star for service in Lu-
on, the Good Conduct medal, the
Victory medal and the Meritor-
ious service unit wreath.
Arthur Goldberger, son of Rab-
bi Goldberger, Alamac hotel, has
received has discharge from the
service at Camp Blanding. He
was one of the first paratroopers
to enter Tokyo. His brother, Sgt.
Dave H. Goldberger, will tly
from India to this country to re-
ceive has discharge.
Heads Women s Division
of United Jewish Appeal
Drive for 100,000.000
Me. Jack Levin, son of Mr. and
._. Eli Levin, has returned from
year and a half overseas with
e Marines in Okinawa. Iwo
ma and the Marshall Islands.
vin joined his wife and two
ns in Tucson, Ariz., after being
scharged in California Jan. 4
.d expects to bring Ins family
' 're in the near future.
Veteran Of two years overseas.
>mdr. Paul H. Marks plans to
ne hi law practice in Miami
completion ol his terminal
,!. Before entering the ser-
in 1942, he was general coun-
for the Overseas Highway
mission and a charter mem-
of the Orange Bowl com-
,Jt L*. George S. Lull, G825
ott a-A, lus been awarded
Air Medal, headquarters of
India China division, ATC,
alcutta, has announced. First
Nathaniel Lutz, 0922 Bav dr..
ched to the same division, has
been awarded the An Medal.
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T-8 MUTT Dansky, whose wife
":-.'es at 233 First St., has rerentlv
-.ent 10 days of rest and recrea-
'.~>n at the leave and furlough
at Camp .John Hav in
liO, the summer capital of the
ppines. He is serving \%ith
208th-engineer service corn-
Mr. and Mrs. I. Reiss, owners [
of the Leonard hotel, are expect-
ing the arrival of their son, Sgt.
Harry Reiss. After more than two
years service in the Army in Italy I
and Bulgaria, Sgt. Reiss is return-
ing to the states and will spend
a leave with his family before
going to his home in New York
city.
....er 21 months overseas with
75th Engineer parts supply
pany in Manila, Cpl. Sidney
ler iprcturning home. His
supplies construction and
_ral equipment parts to com-
and service units. Sandlcr's
at 1181 N. W. Fifth
Cpl. Sandier went overseas
^j 1944 and served jn
^^fcn. New Guinea, and in
Dutch Fast Indies, before
to Luzon with the invasion
anuary, 1945. He wears
^-Pacific Theater ribbon

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BOTTLES .
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On terminal leave, Lt. Melivn
J. Richard, USNR, will resume
his law practice on Miami Beach
when he reverts to inactive status
Feb. 10. Richard served overseas
with a PT squadron, then was
assigned to Scotland to enter
France with invasion forces. In
Belgium, he joined the Third
British and First Canadian Ar-
mies, and when the wa* ended
was stationed at Bremerhaven,
Germany, only American port in
that country. He was overseas 18
months.
His wife and son live at 7726
Carlyle ave. Prior to service, Lt.
Richard was associate municipal
judge on Miami Beach for two
years.
On his way home after 23
months in the Southwest Pacific
is Sgt. Louis August, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael August, 447 S.
W. 28th rd., who is being proces-
sed for return to the U. S. at the
28th Replacement depot on Leyte.
Landing at Guadalcanal in Feb-
ruary, 1944, Sgt. August served
as mess sergeant with the 28th
Special Services company and
participated in operations at
Guadalcanal, New Hebrides,
Cebu, Russel Islands, New Cale-
donia and Leyte. He was
awarded the American Theater
ribbon: Asiatic Pacific ribbon
with one campaign star, Philip-
pine Liberation ribbon with one
campaign star, Victory ribbon
and Good Conduct medal.
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Mr*. Adele Roaenwald Levy
yPL To Quiz Audience
At Tuesday Meeting
An audience participation quiz
program will be featured at the
second open meeting of the
Young Peoples league at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center 8
p.m. Tuesday. Miss Shirley Ross
will direct the program. Prizes
will be awarded to participants.
Sam Dresner will lead the
group in community singing.
Membership in the league is open
to men and women over 18 years
of age. In addition to the meet-
ings, the YPL holds dances at the
Center every Sunday evening.
services. He received special com-
mendation from the Massachus-
etts Institute of Technology for
his work on radar. Another
brother, Cpl. Martin Greenbaum.
is still in the Pacific area. They
are the sons of the Reuben Green-
baums of the Ocean Spray hotel.
After more than two years'
service with the 30th engineers
in North Africa and Italy. Pvt.
Richard S. Greenbaum has been
discharged from the Army and
will complete his education in so-
ciology at the University of Mi-
ami. His brother. S-Sgt. John R.
Greenbaum, is back from the Pa-
cific after three and a half years'
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Inatructara
Agency for Drlvera Llcanaea
And AuU Tan
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
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Mm. Adele Rosenwald Levy, noted
New York eoromunal leader and phil-
anthropist, has been eleeted chairman
of the National Women'* Division of
the $100,000,000 campaign of the United
Jewith Appeal, for relief and rehabili-
tation in Europe, for refugee settle-
ment and development in Palestine,
and for aid to newcomers in the United
States.
Immediately after Mrs. Levy as-
mined her new duties, she departed
by plane for Europe to conduct a first-
hand survey of conditions among Jews
in Europe who have survived the rav-
ac.es of war and persecution. Mrs. Levy
will make a special study of the needs
of Jewish ehildren orphaned by IWi
persecution overseas and how these
needs can be met by the agencies rep.
resented in the unprecedented 19-to-
United Jewish Appeal campaign the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and the Na-
tional Refuiee Service.
Pharmacists Licensed
Meyer Solly Friedman. Isador
Gorenstein, Edward Mauerberger
and Mrs. Rose P. Miller of Miami
Beach were among 80 pharma-
cists licensed by the Florida board,
of pharmacy at its annual meet-
ing in Gainesville last week.
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popular Miami dog racing pu^
and when the eliminations ha!
been :un and the final winner n
covered there will be a new twJ
year-old king or queen of
greyhound world.
Trials have been going on sind
Jan. 21 and will continue throurt
Feb. 1. the night of the chamoio
-hio final. Immediately followii
this Stake race, plans will L
made by Jacob Sher and WiiljJ
I.. HuntUv. owners of the tracu
for the West Flagler Derby, clq
in feature ol Flagler's 1945.4
.n.
First of the three major stafc
events being staged at West Flai
ii 1 this season the $1,000 NurseiL
champion, went to What NejJ
What Next is owned by tST
Ohlinger & Blair Kennels, whis;
owns Flashy Sir. a erejl
hound whrih is piling ud los
string of victories.
West Flagler's attendance ad
mutuel play continues to sii
I, leading all tracks in Oj
ti of Florida. West Flagler n
holds a nightly average of bettt
. 170.000 for fifty-three nighS
11 ing, which is a new stail
rd for that number of nighM
ing. All mutuel and attend
ance records are being shatters]
ason at Flagler.
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DAY. JANUARY 25, 1946
+Jelsii fhiiHtn
PAGE ELEVEN
RECTORS FLY
Grossman and Jack
Lsh executive directors of the
Kmi and Miami Beach Ys. will
' to New Orleans Sundav to
,end the Tulane university
hool of Social Work from Jan.
[to Feb. 1.
Theme of the group work scm-
tr will be community planning
Eh emphasis n youth activities.
fcresentatives of the Campfire
tls Girl Scouts, National Jew-
[Welfare board (Jewish Cen-
i division), National Federation
Isettlements and Young Worn-
|s Christian association will
Jus'jacobson, JWB southern
Id supervisor, and Miss Miriam
ihraim, of the Jewish Center
Vision, will conduct additional
Lions' for JWB workers. In-
jded in the program is a dis-
Ision of the Miami Y's House
tncil, which is a planning body
' groups affiliated with the Y.
A meeting of the National As-
liation of Jewish Center Work-
T Southern chapter, of which
pssman is chairman, will be
I during the week.___________
"legal notices
-THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
XV11 POR DADE COUNTY,
|l.01tll'.\- IN I'II" HATE.
No 1709S
re: Estate of SAMUEL D. OES-
.!. eased.
NOTIOK TO CI.KWTORS
Ml Credlloi u i All Parson* Hav-
II- Claims or Demands Against Said
I ''''
<>u. anil earh f you, Are hereby
I required to present any
us and demands whlrh vou, or
Iit iif you.^may have aaainat the
|te of SAMUEL B. GESNER, <1e-
<]. late of Dade County, Florida.
|li.' II"ii W P lil.AN'To.V, County
"I Dade County, and file the
in his office In the County
Inhouse In Dade County, Florida.
Jil" elRhl calendar nmnilw from
| Sald claims or demands to con-
l the legal address "f the claimant
J to ba sworn to hi i presented as
haald, or same will l>c bnrreil.
"Section 1*0 of the 1D33 Probate
|ate Januarv 9. A. P. i!Hl
FLORENCE fJESNER
Admir -:..! i ,,< the Estate of
Samuel ii. Qesner, deceased.
Ittorney for Administratrix.
1-18-25 : l
llluill
GREATER
MIAMI
STRICTLY KOSHER
Double Rooms and Board
Good LocationReasonable Prices
1348 S. W. Second St.
For Reservations for Dinners
Phone 3-7539
We've Thought of Everythinq At
THE
DORCHESTER
Collini Are. at 19th Si.
OPEN
And Accepting Reservations
Private Beach and Pool
Private Parking Space
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Itiik COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
nnirR K,"K R*DB BOUNTY.
OHIPA. IN I'ltoiiATE.
No 1705R
, Re- ESTATE OF DAVID K.
tl>. I >
.NOTICE TO rrtKPITOItS
IUIcreditors and All persons tfav-
V Demands Against
pl'l Esl
Jon,, andI each of you. nro hereby
ne fiw and di mat ds which vou. or
(.[ '!' ;';';' ,',"'}. hsva aKainst the
\t V AU" K REED, deceased
IwW?!!!'' Florid*, to the
fcj-f BI.ANTON, County Judno
not County, and file the same In
omce In the County Courthouse In
tuUr ,"' F Ml1- wlHiln client
om the dale of the
BemJn^ "" '"""'""' eleJms
CTLh ^'n'mant and to ba sworn
K'- i [foresaw, or same
We, Dayaniher 27, a. D 1946.
ESTHER K. REED,
LSJeaTed "' DAVID K- *
" R- sit,vi:i;
hi?i!'T-f":' Executrix.
3& fl2EF?T niV1'-* u
C,;VV-.iV"'1-1- Miami. Intend to
IvL.l''"' "" Clerk of
1^"" Court of Dade CoVty,
k "EA!M,)o^Pr,IL','MAN-
IRY DIETZ '
|2^^'; ^PPlloants.
I0CAMBA
1 rd St., Opp. Roney D|Ua
|N" Ent.rely Air Conditioned
-PRESENTS-
Announcing
the Formal Opening
ATHENS CAFE
221 N. E. 2nd Street
TOMORROW, Saturday, January 26tn
GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING
Wines -:- Liquors
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS
Miguelito
* Valdes
VerDD Copsey & Ayres
* the jonnie
'HNSTON DANCERS *
TW0 ORCHESTRAS
|M'"imiliian
Bfler
Machlto'a
Afro.Cubans
b"atin' P"" Frank: 6-6302
rtORIDAS HNtil AM IKICAN Jt WISH OINNIR
r I I i IIV\ "6 COLLINS AVI
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^:-i;-,--'--,.-:';.v;;-:^,' TrNnr.R, Inley ifaakt tha4
mil iin-lt In >uur r.....it Ii ervwl Id
IN- raoleat ptar In town from 4 %o
midnight. Sew Orleans eulsln*
Mime by Marty Kaye at tha plane
In tli* rorktall lounge.
628 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8771
s XT3EZ
STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
ALDEN HOTEL
2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER
Blumenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STBAND RESTAURANT
W.ishi-/ton Avv m% 12th St.. Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
-|IY) i l'ti. i> in Hi mi nl i|| lli. lMi-*nil 4l,w
Telephone 58 2979
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RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie*
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal Af The
London Arms Hotel
727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264
STEAKS, CHOPS.
CHICKEN and
OTHER VARIETIES
$2.50
SERVED
FROM
5:30 to 8:00 P. M.
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY
Catering to Weddings, Banquets and Bar Milzvah Parties
The
1
Only Ini\
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 5-4058 Open D.nly and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M.
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Best Meal in Town
645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478
SPECIALIZING IN
SHORE DINNERS
SELECT STEAKS
Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11
Sunday, 12 to 11
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829 BISCAYNH
PHOKt- 3-6817 I
BLVD.
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
REVLIN HOTEL
PAPPY'S
MIAMI BEACH
AIR
CONDITIONED
9 A.M.-3 A.M.
Specializing
In ... .
FINE FOODS
COLLINS AT 20TH
BROILED STEAKS
Prime Ribs of Beef
Tli Bill nlqu llalai ill liMlif lilt aa MIibI liita
Uiitr Mirlila it HaHOlD "HtL" MWILl
The Fines! International Cuisine in ihe World
TAIII.K D'HOTE and A I.A CARTE
Imported Ckampagnet and rare Wlnn o'
old vintage choice Liqueurs
Music hv i II Alt I Ii: BUBECK
ami III* OrrhPfllra
Illniirr Mnilc
DANCING DatO 1 Nu Cover Charce
Hi-irMiti,iin Call i.m is, RH-:5yl
1 Worocco
RESTAURANT^BAR I
OKI
VIllAS
Collins Av*. at 33rd St. Miami Baach


PAGE TWELVE
-Jenls*thrtfto?
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2$
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Victory Clothing Colle
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL
1940 Park Avenue
TUDOR HOTEL
Mortimer E. Wien, Managing Director
Jack A. Gilman, Manager
Collins Ave. corner 11th St.
Ed Singer Welcomes You to the
NATIONAL HOTEL
Directly on the Ocean at 17th St.
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Avenue
This advertisement was preDarpH k l j
preparea bY the Advertising Council for
SOMERSET HOTEL
4th Street and Ocean Drive
Directly on the Ocean
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
5th and Ocean Drive
On the Coral Reek
THE EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 Collins Avenue
THE SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 Collins Avenue
TRAYMORE HOTEL
2445 Collins Avenue
Macfadden-Deauville Ho
6701 Collins Avenue
RIVIERA PLAZA
337 20th Street
GEORGE WASHINGT0J
HOTEL
5IB Washington Avenue
CROYDON ARMS HOI
3720 Collins Avenue
ANN'S VEGETARIAN
RESORT
146 Washington Avenue


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FRIDAY. lANUARYjS^
+Jewish Meridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
They Need Your Help .
WhatYOUCanDo!
/ Get together off the clothing you
can spare. .
2 Take It to your local collection depot
Immediately.
3 Volunteer ome spare time to your
local committee.
Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TO DA Y
>i overcoats
V* suits
V* jackets
v* pants
J shoo*
J dresist
v* skirts
v" gloves
v* caps
J sweaters
J robes
V underwear
v* pajamas
v* bedding
The more you do the better you'll feel
THIS little GIRL is free-to fend for herself! Free-to face ft
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,
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 cry 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, trunk-,, and closets today. Dig out all the
clothing you can spare. Take it to your local collection depot now.
TAKE CLOTHES TO HEADQUARTERS
Washington Ave. At 21st St.-Ample Parking
VOLUNTEER WORKERS ARE NEEDED
PHONE 5-9056
MRS. MURIEL HIRSCH, Dade County General Chairman
fnr ftWrpji Pplipf henry j. kaiser
lUr.A/VCrbCdO rVCllCl NationalChairman
Collection, and is sponsored by the following Miami Beach Hotels:
ST. GEORGE HOTEL
605 Euclid Avenue
THE COPLEY PLAZA HOTEL
3900 Collins Avenue
GOVERNOR HOTEL \
43521st Street \rt)
WHITEHART HOTEL %
315 Ocean Drive $.
LIBERTY ARMS HOTEL
2362Ut Street
DORSET HOTEL
1720 Collins Avenue
OCEAN BLUE HOTEL
334 Ocean Drive
BANCROFT HOTEL
1501 Collins Avenue
EDWARDS HOTEL
953 Collins Avenue
THE RITZ CARLTON
On the Ocean at 17th Street
VANDERBILT HOTEL
2009 Collins Avenue
J. L. YAVERS
The Tower Hotel
6061 Collins Avenue
COMMODORE HOTEL
1360 Collins Avenue
NEMO HOTEL
116 Collins Avenue
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
411 Ocean Drive
LEONARD HOTEL
54 Ocean Drive





!,
PAGE FOURTEEN
'JeHistfkridtolL
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1945
National Commander To
Install JWV Officers
Philanthropist Named
UNVEIL I_NG_ Red Cross Chairman
For 5100,000,000 Drive
Newly elected officers of Fr< la
Markow itz post No. 174, Jewish
War Veterai lied bv
Maxwell G h< n. r com-

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The unveiling of a n
to the memory of the late Mrs
Minnie Engler. mother
and Molly Enjjler. will take
1:30 p.m. Sunday at the
"**""
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To Children's Needs
ns.
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N 10. _____________
ZOA Executive To
Speak At Luncheon
Harold Goldenbcru, execeth.
board member of the Zionist Or
eanizatlon of America, will art
dress the next meeting of the Mi
ami Beach Zionist Luncheon c\X
Wednesday at the Strand rest.,,
rant at 12:0 p.m. Goldi-nberg i" j
leader of the Zionist effort in the
Minneapolis ana.
Leo Hermann, Becretary-gM
oral of the Palestine National
Fund, was guest speaker at the
luncheon meeting this week.
"In Vain Does Your Physician
Prescribe the Right Remedy
Unless the Pharmacist
Prepares the Remedy Right."
The Prescription Center
405 LINCOLN ROAD at WASHINGTON AVENUE
Prescriptions Called for
and Delivered Promptly
to Any Part of Miami Beach
At Your Service
Day and Night
Telephone 5-6737
Modern. Scientific Prescription Laboratory
0 MARCELLE Hypo-Allergenic Cosmetici
Feminine Hygiene Department
Nationally Advertised Vitamins
PRESCRIPTIONSOur Specialty
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by fc ; Servings end Loan Insur-
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of s:s::: .-.:-..-. bs :.....- insui
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1946
*Jen I si)fhrId/an
PAGE FIFTEEN
Quartet to Present
Belov's Composition
Four artists, the Gordon String
Quartet, will present three cham-
i .r music concerts on Feb. 10.
ff'and 12at the Miami Snte
MiBh school auditorium under the
SSwnhip of University of M.-
s \i. mbers of the quartet are
"' 'l' Gorton, founder and first
violinist; Michael Kuttner. second
violinist: Kras Malno. violist. and
Gabar Rejto. cellist.
A modern composition for
string quartet entitled "Proph-
;.,v- v. ill be presented at the sec-
S,d concert. This work was writ-
ten in 1943 by Joel Belov. as-
sistant .(inductor of the Univer-
sity orchestra, for an evening of
chamber music in which several
members of the University music
faculty performed their own com-
pi tii ins.
Pianists Eugenia Honeywell,
M^i v Hughes Call, and Harold
[Bauer will appear with the quar-
ts on Sunday at 4:30 p. m.,
IMondav al 8:30 p.m.. and Tues-
I day a| 8 in P- rn., respectively.
Two movement* of the late
I Arnold Volpe'8 Quartet in C
IMajor will be performed by the
mble at the first concert. Mr.
Volpe, founder of the University
lof Mian i Symphony orchestra,
I introduced it in New York in
19211.
DON GRAHAM NAMED
TO RED CROSS POST
E. G. Don Graham, former chief
lair raid warden for Dade county,
Ihas been appointed chairman of
I the disaster preparedness and
(relief di\ ision of the Dade county
[chapter of the American Red
[Cross. Announcement of his ap-
Ipointmi nt was made by Henry E.
[Mangels, chapter chairman.
Graham succeeds Maj. Gen.
[Henry W. Band, USA (retired).
[under whom he served during the
I past i irs as chairman of the
y committee of the division.
He is immediate past president
df the Miami Exchange club and
[is a member of several Masonic
Meyer, Weiss, Rosen
Open Beach Firm
Ni wi ; law firm at Miami
IP. been formed by Baron
Id. Hirsch Meyer, Milton Weiss
land Judge Jack J. Rosen with
[offices in the Miami Beach Fed-
|eral building. 401 Lincoln rd.
Veteran of both World wars,
Meyer was recently discharged as
Ian air corps major. He served as
I' city councilman for 12
['
Weiss has been a member of
[the Dade county board of public
[instruction since 1941. Rosen is
[an associate municipal judge at
|thc Beach.
All three are active in civic,
fraternal and Jewish activities.
Sixteen-months-old Mark Lev-
|in is letting spruced up, awaiting
She arrival of his father. Maj.
IHoberl Levin, whom he has never
Isci'ii Maj. Levin, who has been
lin the Army for three and one-
Ihall years, arrived in the States
laundav after 18 months service
lin Europe. Following his dis-
fharge from Camp Blanding. he
intend- to resume his dental
practice at the duPont building.
"' is a graduate of Temple Uni-
versity dental school. His wife
land son live at 711 S.W. 11th ave.
Miles K. Wolfson, formerly
ftitn the engineering department
" Miami Beach, has been pro-
noted from captain to major in
me air corps. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
jack Wolfson. 935 10th st.. he is
'veteran of four and a half vears
"iBervice, three of which he
snen in the Aleutians. He is now
bhusetts 8ervice in Massa-
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NITY
L!"qry campaign
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
(Editor's Note: Readers of
this paper are invited to send
any questions they may have
on Jewish religion, customs,
traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox,
who will answer them
promptly. He may be ad-
dressed care of this paper, or
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
106 East 41st St., New York 17,
N. Y.)

Question: What is "cholent?"
Answer: It is a Jewish custom
to eat some "browned" food on
the Sabbath for the midday meal.
This dish is called "cholent" and
usually consists of potatoes, lima
beans and scraps of meat or
chicken tossed into the dish. This
delicacy has been warmed in the
oven from the beginning of the
Sabbath (Friday night) until mid-
day on Sabbath when it is eaten.
As far back as the second Temple
it was customary for Jews to
keep Sabbath food in materials
that would retain heat since
adding heat on the Sab-
bath is forbidden and not retain-
ing it. Hence this delicacy called
"cholent" was kept in the oven
overnight.
Question: What is the origin
of the word cholent?
Answer: Although the opin-
ions offered as to its origin vary,
one of them seems most likely.
Since the dish is the result of the
process of warmth it took its
name from the old French word
"chald" (now chaud) which
means warm. This became "scha-
let" among the German Jews and
"cholent" among the Slavic Jews.
It seems that the dish in the name
and form that we know it today
originated in the Middle ages in
the Rhineland.
Question: What is "kugel"?
Answer: A "kugel" is a pud-
ding that is prepred for the Sab-
bath. It is supposed to be a re-
minder of the "manna" which
was the food eaten by the Jews
in the desert. The resemblance
between the "manna" and the
"kugel" lies in the similar shape
of each which is suposed to be
circular. As a matter of fact this
is the origin of the name kugel
which is a descendant of the He-
brew comarative "ke-igul" which
means "like a circle." The man-
nan is particularly remembered
on the Sabbath because it did not
appear on the Sabbath as it did
on every day of the week. Fri-
day's portion sufficed for the Sab-
bath too.
Question: Why is the broad
that is eaten on the Sabbath (the
Chalah) different than that eaten
at all other times?
Answer: The Jew was always
in the habit of preserving the
choisest foods for the Sabbath.
This custom even affected the
staff of life food. Upon exami-
nation of the contents of the Sab-
bath Chalahs, as contrasted
with other bread you will find
that Chalah has a much richer
food content than any other bread
you buy from your baker. One of
its main features is the egg con-
tent which it has. The gloss on
its crust is produced by smearing
it with egg liquids. Upon inves-
Rainbow Romp Off;
Group To Hold Dance
Cancellation of the Rainbow
Romp, scheduled for March 10 by
the Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, was an-
nounced Wednesday by Myron
Newman, president.
In its stead, a dance and short
revl< w by professional entertain-
ers will be held. Newman said
that lack of available talent caus-
ed cancellation of the show.
tigation of Kosher bakeries I
learned that Chalah is the richest
bread they produce. Many writ-
ers describe the fact that only the
best and finest of flours go into
the making of the Chalah.
Question: Why is this particu-
lar type of Sabbath bread called
"Chalah"?
Answer: The Bible has com-
manded Israel, whenever he
bakes bread, to set apart a por-
tion as a gift for the priest (Ko-
hen). This law is still observed
today but instead of giving it to
the priest it is thrown into the
fire. Calling the Sabbath-loaf by
the traditional name for this gift,
i. e. Chalah, was an excellent re-
minder for us to observe this
practice. Although this is the
usually accepted reason, it seems
to mo that another logic may
have been employed. As I have
many a time stated, there being
no temple for us in this Diaspora,
every Jew's home is considered
his temple. His table therefore is
the holy niter and he the High
Priest of his domestic sanctuary.
Since the priests usually ate this
Chalah as their bread and the
Sabbath is said to make every
Jew a holy being, it has remained
a custom to name this bread
Chalah as a reminder of the holy
spirit that we acquire with the
coming of the Sabbath.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICH IS HEREBY QIVEN that
ths undersigned, desiring to snsaca
in business under tin- fii-iitious nanc
of DARU LABORATORIES, ut 7G14
N. W. Till Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
'! 'lif Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
SOT, ALEXANDER
HERBERT BOQNES
LOUIS COHEN
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants
1/11-18-26 2/l-S
NOTIi-i; IH IIKRKBY GIVEN that
tlii- unil.'isIkii'-'I arc unKaKcd In IjiimI-
ness under ths fictitious name of
BELL REALTY at (28 West 89th
Btreet, Miami Beach, Kim Ma and In -
tend to register the said fictitious
name in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAUL BELENKY,
TILLIB BELENKY.
Bole Owners.
OEOROE fllKRTKOP,
Attorney for Applicants
1/4-11-18-25 2/1
NOTICE is" HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi*- undersigned, desiring to sn^acn in
business under th.' fictitious name of
ORANGE BLOSSOM COMPANY. 1672
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of He Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
This business was formerly owned
ami operated by Arthur A. Belevan,
and Is now owned and operated by
th'* undersigned.
BERNARD A. BELEVAN.
1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE is1 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgaed, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ef RKOALINE MFG. CO., at 7401
M, W. Thirty-second Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County, Florida.
HARRY FEINSTEIN.
Bole owner.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/11-18-23 2.1-8
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET.
nt 1825 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Fla., Intends to register said
same with t'- <"leik of the Circuit
Coarl *>f Dade County, Plot Ida.
SIDNEY KRAMER.
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN,
Attoi ii, f..' Applicant.
1/18-25 2/1-8-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR REALTY SERVICE 827
8, W. Second Avenue. Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WALTER ROSENTHAL.
Registered Broker.
1/1-11-18-23 2/1
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Boosters Installed
DON S. COLEMAN
Phone 4-7485

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MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH
Licensed Electrologist
Removing Superfluous Hair
Warts and Moles
Permanently Without Scar
1401 Alton Road
Phono 5-1448
13 Years of Successful Practice In
New York, New Jersey and Miami
Recommended by the Medical
Profession
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to emraire In
business under the fictitious name of
ELECTRIX APPLIANCE AND RE-
FAIR Sll'il' in 27rtl S \V. 27t'i Ave-
i...... Miami, Florida. Intends to rec-
r lid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM BRETAN.
Sola Owner.
MARX" FEINBERG.
Attorney for Applicant.
l is !5 2/1-6-16
IN COI-NTY JUDGE'S CCFRT
HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 1 r,2.-.2
Re- Estate of STEPHEN K. BREIN-
INO, I .....aaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS-
CHARGE,
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
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 1Mb day of February, 1946. I will
apply to the Honorable \V. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County. Flor-
id:!, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Admlnl*-
IratrlX of the estate of Stephen K.
Breli Inn, deceased.
This 1.".th day of January. 1910.
MARIAN BREINING.
Administratrix.
MAX R. SILVER.
attorney for Administratrix.
1 '16-25 2-1-8
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flas'ier *" Miami
FOR
INTELLIGENT
HANDLING
OF YOUR
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE,
SEE
I. S. Shapoff, Realtor
2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE
PHONE 4-7027
^^2&^sa
ROHAN
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 A'ENUE
MIAMI B : A C H
[fl**5j026
Give .
to the Blood Bank
Many of your friends have been generous
donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County.
How about you?
A certain quota is required at all times to
provide for emergencies which may arise in
the community. To fall below this quota could
be dangerous for the welfare of our neigh-
bors, and ourselves.
Remember many lives might be at stake.
Why not call some of your friends and all
go together?
Why not call today?
Thanks.
PHONE
9-1631
FOR APPOINTMENT
Blood Bank of Dade County


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Face Facts
By George Talianoff
Florida Regional Director. ADL
While the lelsue places con-
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> xt< rnal nui ttion I J<
Chi istian ations. it u ital-
lv concerned w ith nv in-
ternal pi Menu w with-
in i le American .'^ mmun-
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pamphlet aptly entitled To Do
Justly" has just been published
bv the CivK Sen i< rtment
of the Anti-Defamation league
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The standard .-: Jewish con-
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TO ADDRESS AJC MEETING
FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1945
______,. wt rr\ Leonard L. Kimball and Alfred
PALESTINIAN TO Kreisler, OPA enforcement attS
l,r. OPA enforcement attor
and Theodore M. EDstein
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. n !! *J(nlitfkrHM^ Face Facts By George Talianoff Florida Regional Director. ADL While the lelsue places considerable importance UB 1 %  > xt< rnal nui ttion I J< Chi istian ations. it u %  itallv concerned w ith nv internal pi Menu w within i le American .'^ • • mmunity itself. A m %  tiim %  and informati> •' pamphlet aptly entitled To Do Justly" has just been published bv the CivK Sen i< rtment of the Anti-Defamation league It .> .; studs I Jew ish m in business and s .....:,Di V.. .. Waxman %  i HiSl and 1 i I l Hebrew '.' EC ... Thi. ujtb referen< B to J law ai ... jjes the rest b %  • I % % %  :.::.'. %  '. ; .:'. :. [hest nandai is ( text can be adacu V .:•.... lead< rs. but .... .... -. .. [ e3 ders I education erv LIDS cli • in LIDS and trade ....... :•._:-.-...lings Ah eadj .. .: To 1". ." ustl> • • %  ited l %  in this v tntrv and i m .. I n 7.30C members .-ft Chra• is :'. ::• %  Ant t n .. ^... Cox us. u reference n material A fine educational pan*.; ild .. %  • aluabU J leaders who hav* I ox ex: -I significant material and data m the subject .:' in'. nal tion In nee to the situation tod; % %  l %  •_• pamphlet asserts: The standard .-: Jewish conhas n %  : char and t • -. i past, : .' r to a hallowed and cense• i way of 1 the Jewis of stn wtf i through t -this path %  '• •' %  %  %  I standing tion • i n and I tig r is with 1 -•' "As l rah I %  and t maintain i star I of J %  %  t socii ations. Mod i I tat not. as stitul ncils of Iaj the consctei % %  It -. attit • -• [ an agenc v or the Jewah tradu sit> %  I i xation of high et al and • ".' %  S Am -E league sti t meet that r ... ... %  .-: %  I : %  B •^ tion it seeks I %  •.••• i of the Jewi. it s an %  '. v I -*-i • : • nor. express its intrins mess ; ; n %  -. %  f God an i • SEC. OF WAR PATTERSON CDFAK TO ADDRESS AJC MEETING FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1945 ,. wt rr\ Leonard L. Kimball and Alfred — PALESTINIAN TO Kreisler, OPA enforcement attS l,r. OPA enforcement att or and Theodore M. EDstein -i/lm t liH In t-e-*/^e.-. being Judge John admitted to practice eral court recently after being -.V H.lTand. Federa JUd8e J ribe %  • Bl W games M ^ for REST CONVAIESCEMCI •^CHRONICGiStl Rai/Park ealth Resort tmo roe aoouri MIAWI man..io-couiirioin %  \ .' --:..%  i-::. %  \ "i r* r •<•• %  3. REUI BistnvnE HREnn S. W 4* ST AT MIA* BOXING III WRESTLING THURSDAY TUB6DAY RIVERMOPfT PARS SANITARIUM •SS9 S 7-.St. .->:• Sf*t :i'-'tc^:: %  :. :: > a • et.e-; 413 c e" tV3 • S*SE_ BEER. v. 3 0 -*;-.:'fi;-j: 1 P:• lu.rfw a -.-.-: 1 ___ HAVANA 2-Day Cruise $47 .50 = • :t : ; ? R 3 fi :: : %  %  • < petit .-i-i -';- :'n'i-: : •;. ;*;? -::• -:—-:-;-. 5:; Bat* :t -? #;-:-*?--; a.: : — :• r 11 1; — t j .s ; :; >;••:;! IMX L *tM pirty—* %  *M -?m .'-".--•. %  S34.50 .E->; /TN c:-M deekee* %  | ;..•%  -• %  eed :.-~. widkaei -IO-—ti—. r.•• %  • tiiu si Nts L:C ,'ir oppreMca :;.repe, ike Pfc .._?.-. i^i -^ Fi.Eeet r < .;•.-,..csa -^a. izc dmera ::a** ...zt .-•;: i_ |fce dndtief --.-a .-x: peeeMy ifu.-e. VICTORY ClOTHIMG COLLECTIOM i? for 0>ene5 ReJief kmmy 7 to j; ma out** -QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS r-jf~ivLr*d b ih FLORIDA PtOltQM CO. I*. ::-' N w. *ri ATR ; Picoe :-:4i 1701 :=es Are-^V M CCIAN~: :-r"n •I." Ccl^s AT5C-* M MBS '•' C PLCIOGS W 5-el2e Ls^s >.( MM W ? IOCIWEU -=z; • ^nvmnv.tr^. -• £?l S ^' ILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY : v" 7-: £ ^ ALESCENT HOME • ? p ^ e Tree Drive Mi.mi Beech *" -v. A' ::-i ?:-—^rni DRSMAN LAflDGCAR CO. Li :: N=r=sady M^ Bccn ,, cn v, PLANTATION BAR 1360 N. W. 3rd Avonu. Miami GEORGE J. BERTMAN. Real Estate 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beac h ^^: PhH 7r*5 Cfcr, VBeach __PLAYLAND PHOTO STJSIO 113 N. L 2nd Artcu* V-^: ,BAJ. & CHAIN RESTAURANT ISWa. W. !•; Sneet Miemi MARINE TERRACE HOTEL 2719 Collins Avenue M;c=: V -=ai John B. Reid



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FRIDA Y. JANUARY 25. 1946 *Jen I si) fhr Id/an PAGE FIFTEEN Quartet to Present Belov's Composition Four artists, the Gordon String Quartet, will present three chami .r music concerts on Feb. 10. ff'and 12at the Miami Snte MiBh school auditorium under the SSwnhip of University of M.s \i. mbers of the quartet are •"' 'l' Gorton, founder and first violinist; Michael Kuttner. second violinist: Kras Malno. violist. and Gabar Rejto. cellist. A modern composition for string quartet entitled "Proph;.,vv. ill be presented at the secS,d concert. This work was written in 1943 by Joel Belov. assistant .(inductor of the University orchestra, for an evening of chamber music in which several members of the University music faculty performed their own compi tii ins. Pianists Eugenia Honeywell, M^i v Hughes Call, and Harold [Bauer will appear with the quarts on Sunday at 4:30 p. m., IMondav al 8:30 p.m.. and TuesI d a y a | 8 in Prn., respectively. Two movement* of the late I Arnold Volpe'8 Quartet in C IMajor will be performed by the mble at the first concert. Mr. %  Volpe, founder of the University lof Mian i Symphony orchestra, I introduced it in New York in 19211. DON GRAHAM NAMED TO RED CROSS POST E. G. Don Graham, former chief lair raid warden for Dade county, Ihas been appointed chairman of I the disaster preparedness and (relief di\ ision of the Dade county [chapter of the American Red [Cross. Announcement of his apIpointmi nt was made by Henry E. [Mangels, chapter chairman. Graham succeeds Maj. Gen. [Henry W. Band, USA (retired). [under whom he served during the I past i irs as chairman of the y committee of the division. He is immediate past president df the Miami Exchange club and [is a member of several Masonic Meyer, Weiss, Rosen Open Beach Firm Ni wi •; law firm at Miami IP. been formed by Baron Id. Hirsch Meyer, Milton Weiss land Judge Jack J. Rosen with [offices in the Miami Beach Fed|eral building. 401 Lincoln rd. Veteran of both World wars, %  Meyer was recently discharged as Ian air corps major. He served as I' city councilman for 12 [' Weiss has been a member of [the Dade county board of public [instruction since 1941. Rosen is [an associate municipal judge at |thc Beach. All three are active in civic, %  fraternal and Jewish activities. Sixteen-months-old Mark Lev|in is letting spruced up, awaiting She arrival of his father. Maj. IHoberl Levin, whom he has never Isci'ii Maj. Levin, who has been lin the Army for three and oneIhall years, arrived in the States laundav after 18 months service lin Europe. Following his disfharge from Camp Blanding. he intendto resume his dental practice at the duPont building. "' is a graduate of Temple Uni%  versity dental school. His wife land son live at 711 S.W. 11th ave. Miles K. Wolfson, formerly ftitn the engineering department Miami Beach, has been pronoted from captain to major in me air corps. Son of Mr. and Mrs. jack Wolfson. 935 10th st.. he is 'veteran of four and a half vears "iBervice, three of which he snen in the Aleutians. He is now bhusetts 8ervice in M assaiv ib r u&uk •NITY L!"QRY CAMPAIGN JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) (Editor's Note: Readers of this paper are invited to send any questions they may have on Jewish religion, customs, traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed care of this paper, or the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 106 East 41st St., New York 17, N. Y.) • • • Question: What is "cholent?" Answer: It is a Jewish custom to eat some "browned" food on the Sabbath for the midday meal. This dish is called "cholent" and usually consists of potatoes, lima beans and scraps of meat or chicken tossed into the dish. This delicacy has been warmed in the oven from the beginning of the Sabbath (Friday night) until midday on Sabbath when it is eaten. As far back as the second Temple it was customary for Jews to keep Sabbath food in materials that would retain heat since adding heat on the Sabbath is forbidden and not retaining it. Hence this delicacy called "cholent" was kept in the oven overnight. Question: What is the origin of the word cholent? Answer: Although the opinions offered as to its origin vary, one of them seems most likely. Since the dish is the result of the process of warmth it took its name from the old French word "chald" (now chaud) which means warm. This became "schalet" among the German Jews and "cholent" among the Slavic Jews. It seems that the dish in the name and form that we know it today originated in the Middle ages in the Rhineland. Question: What is "kugel"? Answer: A "kugel" is a pudding that is prepred for the Sabbath. It is supposed to be a reminder of the "manna" which was the food eaten by the Jews in the desert. The resemblance between the "manna" and the "kugel" lies in the similar shape of each which is suposed to be circular. As a matter of fact this is the origin of the name kugel which is a descendant of the Hebrew comarative "ke-igul" which means "like a circle." The mannan is particularly remembered on the Sabbath because it did not appear on the Sabbath as it did on every day of the week. Friday's portion sufficed for the Sabbath too. Question: Why is the broad that is eaten on the Sabbath (the Chalah) different than that eaten at all other times? Answer: The Jew was always in the habit of preserving the choisest foods for the Sabbath. This custom even affected the staff of life food. Upon examination of the contents of the Sabbath Chalahs, as contrasted with other bread you will find that Chalah has a much richer food content than any other bread you buy from your baker. One of its main features is the egg content which it has. The gloss on its crust is produced by smearing it with egg liquids. Upon invesRainbow Romp Off; Group To Hold Dance Cancellation of the Rainbow Romp, scheduled for March 10 by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, was announced Wednesday by Myron Newman, president. In its stead, a dance and short revl< w by professional entertainers will be held. Newman said that lack of available talent caused cancellation of the show. tigation of Kosher bakeries I learned that Chalah is the richest bread they produce. Many writers describe the fact that only the best and finest of flours go into the making of the Chalah. Question: Why is this particular type of Sabbath bread called "Chalah"? Answer: The Bible has commanded Israel, whenever he bakes bread, to set apart a portion as a gift for the priest (Kohen). This law is still observed today but instead of giving it to the priest it is thrown into the fire. Calling the Sabbath-loaf by the traditional name for this gift, i. e. Chalah, was an excellent reminder for us to observe this practice. Although this is the usually accepted reason, it seems to mo that another logic may have been employed. As I have many a time stated, there being no temple for us in this Diaspora, every Jew's home is considered his temple. His table therefore is the holy niter and he the High Priest of his domestic sanctuary. Since the priests usually ate this Chalah as their bread and the Sabbath is said to make every Jew a holy being, it has remained a custom to name this bread Chalah as a reminder of the holy spirit that we acquire with the coming of the Sabbath. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICH IS HEREBY QIVEN that ths undersigned, desiring to snsaca in business under tinfii-iitious nanc of DARU LABORATORIES, ut 7G14 N. W. Till Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk %  'lif Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. SOT, ALEXANDER HERBERT BOQNES LOUIS COHEN MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Applicants 1/11-18-26 2/l-S NOTIi-i; IH IIKRKBY GIVEN that tliiunil.'i SIKII'-'I arc unKaKcd In IJIIMIness under ths fictitious name of BELL REALTY at (28 West 89th Btreet, Miami Beach, Kim Ma and In tend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAUL BELENKY, TILLIB BELENKY. Bole Owners. OEOROE fllKRTKOP, Attorney for Applicants 1/4-11-18-25 2/1 NOTICE is" HEREBY GIVEN that Hi*undersigned, desiring to sn^acn in business under th.' fictitious name of ORANGE BLOSSOM COMPANY. 1672 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of He Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This business was formerly owned ami operated by Arthur A. Belevan, and Is now owned and operated by th'* undersigned. BERNARD A. BELEVAN. 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE is 1 HEREBY GIVEN that the underslgaed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ef RKOALINE MFG. CO., at 7401 M, W. Thirty-second Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County, Florida. HARRY FEINSTEIN. Bole owner. LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicant. 1/11-18-23 2.1-8 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET. nt 1825 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said same with t'<"leik of the Circuit Coarl *>f Dade County, Plot Ida. SIDNEY KRAMER. NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN, Attoi ii, f..' Applicant. 1/18-25 2/1-8-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUPERIOR REALTY SERVICE 827 8, W. Second Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WALTER ROSENTHAL. Registered Broker. 1/1-11-18-23 2/1 SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Boosters Installed DON S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 [ : MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Electrologist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phono 5-1448 13 Years of Successful Practice In New York, New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring to emraire In business under the fictitious name of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE AND REFAIR Sll'il' in 27rtl S \V. 27t'i Avei Miami, Florida. Intends to recr lid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C ount y. Florida. WILLIAM BRETAN. Sola Owner. MARX" FEINBERG. Attorney for Applicant. l is !5 2/1-6-16 IN COI-NTY JUDGE'S CCFRT HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 1 r,2.-.2 ReEstate of STEPHEN K. BREININO, I •• aaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE, NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Stephen K. Brelnlng, deceased; and that on the 1Mb day of February, 1946. I will apply to the Honorable \V. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florid:!, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Admlnl*IratrlX of the estate of Stephen K. Breli Inn, deceased. This 1.".th day of January. 1910. MARIAN BREINING. Administratrix. MAX R. SILVER. attorney for Administratrix. 1 '16-25 2-1-8 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flas'ier %  *" Miami FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 ^^2&^sa ROHAN§ 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 A'ENUE MIAMI B : A C H [fl**5j026 Give to the Blood Bank Many of your friends have been generous donors to the Blood Bank of Dade County. How about you? A certain quota is required at all times to provide for emergencies which may arise in the community. To fall below this quota could be dangerous for the welfare of our neighbors, and ourselves. Remember many lives might be at stake. Why not call some of your friends and all go together? Why not call today? Thanks. PHONE 9-1631 FOR APPOINTMENT Blood Bank of Dade County



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LY, JANUARY 25, 1946 + Jml$li fkridtor PAGE THREE r 0 Council Ids Benefit \tival %  second annual musical fes pponsored by the Greater Council of the Pioneer I's Organization for PalesIll be held 8:30 p. m. Sun%  t the Miami Beach Senior -. High School. Proceeds from the concert will be applied to the annual quota for the Moatzath Hapoaloth (Working Women's Council of Palestine I. TheiroJU'am, under the direction of Miss Huth Brotman. will feature Joaquin HomaRevra. boy soprano: Walter Grossman, 'celK t: Anyuta Melicov and Eleanor ark Linton, pianists; Cantors Louis Feder and Maunee Mamches, and Miss Brotman, who is a soprano In addition to classical nuin* bers. several Hebrew and Jewish "* melodies will be presented. Mrs. Max Shapiro will describe the work of the Pioneer Women. bister organization of the Pioneer Women, the Working Women's council is primarily concerned with the training and adjustment of women and girls in Palestine and social services to mothers and children. The three local groups which sponsor the concert are Clubs No. 1 and 2 and the Kadima Chapter of the Pioneer Women. v %  : % % %  Si II -: r R: CoL Charles A. Mettler, former military intelligence chief in Miami, will speak on "The Planet is Too Small'' at the commencement exercises of the University of Miami 11 a.m. Thursday at the Coral Gables ongregational church. Among candidates for bachelor of arts degrees are Mrs. Dorris Ajjpel. Harriet Golden. Ina Green and Sophia Wilkes. Murray Cooper, Eaile Rubin and Arthur Weiss will receive the degree of bachelor of business administration. Shirley Kay will receive a bachelor of science degree. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will pronounce the benediction at the commencement. &********e***i Dabu Paradi Edward Elton, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred I. Au|utine, 27 MaraliclU avf., was born Jan. 12 in Jackson Memorial hospital Konald Albert, Son of Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur I.cnur, 1560 Koyal l'aliu av\, Jan. 13 Susan Jo Sapcrstrin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herbert Saper.-tein. 736 15th St., Jan. t Kiehard David, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Leslie Goodman, 9528 Hay dr., Surfside, Jan. 4. Rahhi S. M. Maehtei offieiated at the recent Brisim of the sons of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred I. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Knopp. Mr. and Mrs. Fnark Tessler and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lerner. Chaplain To Be Guest At CJA Women's Tea Capt. Leo Geiger, new ehuplain at Boca Raton, will be guest speaker at a tea for majors and captains of the Heaeh women's general solieitution division of the 1916 combined Jewish Appeal. Sixty women have been invited to the tea which will he held at the home of Mrs. Herbert N. Schwartz, 50 W. Di Lido dr., 2 p. m. next Friday. Mrs. Sol Leslie is ehairmun of the Heaeh women's division. Her majors are Mrs. Carl Susskind. Central Heaeh area; Mrs. Leon Ell. North Heaeh area; Mrs. EdwanI J. V, cinstein. South Heaeh area. Dtliers who will attend include Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of women's solicitation for Miami and Miami Heaeh combined, and Mrs. Max Dohrin, chairman of general solicitation for the entire campaign. %  t • e'/%i r*>! i^ ••''.•"# Ofll South't %  Seltzer Plant" 69 SIPHON SELTZER TER Ivered lo ir Door DOG !• Cater lo All Parlies Health SIPHON-Seltzer ^od to the last drop. Exit flavor. Highly carbo10c Per Bottle WJRAK BOTTLING CO. Tr. W. 4lh Are. Ph. 3-1536 rk iaml 1434 --'. W!*-. %  -L.?LUM*1ER %metatf/rome' -710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI i TEL 33431-1 OUR JEWISH INERAL HOME omeuiiv mn MAJORITY Of NMTHERM JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES otion Gladly Furruihtd on Rtqutit flNG MIAMI BEAM ft MIAMI Exclusively Jewish Miss Simerick To Wed Air Force Veteran Mrs. Fannie Simerick of 511 15th st. announces the marriage of her daughter, Leah, to Sidney M. Greenwald, who recently returned from two years' duty with the Eighth air force in Europe. The ceremony will be held at 5 p. m. Sunday in the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. No invitations have been issued. After a Money moon in Havana, the couple will reside here. The former staff sergeant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenwald of Long Island city. New York, who are here for the wedding. The bride-to-be attended schools in New Orleans where she was active in Hadassah. A. L. S. girls will take "potluck" when they gather for supper at the home of Gwenne Pullman. 210 N. W. 24th ct., Thursday evening. The supper will be preceded by a board meeting at 4:30 P. M. at which Margie Miller, chairman, wil preside. Arrangements for the affair hare been made by the social committee under the chairmanship of Norma Schwarts. Sit by YOUR Fireside All that's left of their hearth snd home is what you see in this picture. Among the things they desperately need to start s 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 git-* meant one more human being saved from cold or tkhnesi or possibly death. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nazi and Jap oppression in Europef 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 mow. What YOU Can Do! J Get together off the clothing you con spare. 2 Take it to your local collection depot immediately. 3 Volunteer tome spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODAY ; V avsreaats V (spools V Suit* V |.cl.lt V pants V ilim V drsttss V skirts V |Uv*s V saps V swtarsrs V robss V undtrwsar V pajamas V bidding The more yeu de the better you'll feel VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief HENRY J. KAISER National Chairman Xbil aJvertisenuttt wot prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection, snd it tbomsorad km LOUIS J. SONNEBOM 916—42nd St. Miami FLORIDA WASTE PAPER & SALVAGE CO. 333 N. W. 22nd Lane Miami SOUTHERN ENGINEERING & METAL PRODUCTS 25 N. E. 17th Terrace Miami MACKS CURB MARKET 4416 N. W. 17th Ave. Miami Grand National Importers Wholesale Liquors KURLAND APARTMENTS 1622 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach ALABAMA POULTRY MARKET 1650 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami PINDER BROS. FISH MARKET 447 N. W. 14th St. Miami Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pine Tree Dr. Miami Beach Deauville Service Station 6348 Collins Ave., Miami Beach NORMANDY RESIDENT & DAY SCHOOL 1021 Btarrttt Dr.. 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liewiislbJEIliDipidliiaup /^.^^T H E JEWISH UN V %  ME 19—NUMBER 4 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. 1946 PRICE TEN CENTS UJA Speakers Depict Palestine As Displaced Jews Only Hope irk Icy Visualizes Ultimate Creation Of Jewish State fly Rita Grossman Visualizing the ultimate ereation of %  n independent Jewish commonwealth in Palestine, Sen. Mllen \X majority leader of the Senfed Florida Jewry to support Bed Jewish Appeal in its BOO campaign to save Jewish rs. Speaking at the state UJA Sunday at the Latin Quarwhite-haired Kentuckian deared: "Until the problem of the 1,2.')0,000 homeless Jews is settled, there rannol be any permanent peace in the world. They do not dare to go l>aek to the charnel house of horrid memories. Describing the despicable conditions he viewed in Kurope as a memher of a congressional committee last spring, Barkley stressed the emergency needs for food, clothing, medicine and resettlement of the displaced persons which the I'nited Jewiah Appeal hopes to provide. A fWlution pledging support to the VIA campaign to prevent "the further destruction and assuring the tmittml <>l the Jeuish profile, tmkmmSer they choom to stay in h'.urone, to build a neu life in Palestine, or to begin anew elseuhere," MB* Unanimously adopted by the Conferees K ho came from 65 Florid* communities. Berk I* v hailed President Truman's directive which opened the ONTINUED ON PAGE 7) nsors Jamboree omplete Sellout Dmplcte sellout of tickets for lsors' Jamboree of the NaChildren's Cardiac Home is reported hv l)a\e Kmnier. The Jam^K is scheduled for Sunday at the lopa Cabana (lull ^poster of headline night club Mar* has been gathered for the ennetninmi nl which will be offered %  tinunii-K from noon till 5 p in The show will be preceded by brunch Til a in till noon id to appear are Joe E. Lewis, Miles, Billy Vine, Ken DeHal Fisher, Danny Yales and rhestra, Donald Novis, Bea kalMonica Boyer, Belle Baker, GallL Baddy Walker, Benny Mel Murray, Milton Berle, Price. expected are Beatrice and t. Jack Carter, Jackie Heller, Marie, Jerry Blanehard, Lou and several others reeds of the star-studded show devoted to upkeep and expanthe Cardiac Home which is at 4250 W. Flagler St Citi/.cns of Greater Miami have undertaken the task of raising $500,000 for the United Jewish Appeal during tinlocal Feb. 2t to March 6 Combined Jewish Appeal for $;!'.(.inn for 70 local, national, and overseas agencies. Three American agencies comprise the UJA; the Joint Distribution Committee, which extends emergency relief, rehabilitation and emigration aid in all parts of Kurope; the I'nited Palestine Appeal, which provides for every phase of upbuilding and settleim nl in the Jewish National Home, and the National Refugee Service, v lu< h conducts a program for tinadjustment of refugees in the I'nited State-. Nadich Answers Morgan s Attack On Polish Jews An appeal for American Jews to "ransom and redeem your children in Europe" was made by I.I. Col. Juilah Nadich when he spoke at the morning Session of the slate UJA conference Sunday. Nadich's voice was unemotional and bitter ahe. accused Lt • .en Sir Frederick Morgan of being "cold, callous, cruel and inhuman" in his recent statements concerning a secret Jewish plot in Kurope. "Yes, the Jews of Poland are plotting—plotting to save their lives," he declared. In answer to Morgan's announcement that Polish Jews anrosycheeked and well-dressed. Nadich said the only rosy-checked Jews he had seen in bis three and a half years in Kurope were the hospitalized tubercular patients. Nadich repudiated Morgan's statement that there are no pogroms in Poland with an account of the confession of Polish terrorists who were ordered to riot against the Jews by the White Army which is seeking to overthrow the present Warsaw regime. The displaced persons have been disillusioned already, he exclaimed. They dreamed of the liberation but eight months after the liberation t the greatest victims of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) rial Gift Workers Ige All-Out Effort 11 far ahead of last year, the Feather Community Chest paign reached the one-third this week and entered the stretch toward the goal of 71. th General Chairman StanI. Myers urging all workers to )lete their jobs as soon as posthe first two report lunch[produced $246,950.94, or 30% se quota. fe know we are matheically position to have an overling success," Myers said, tnow we are mathematically amount raised in comparithis time last year. But act remains that we are a /ay from the goal, and the CONTINUED ON PAGE 41 Baby Clothes Appeal Made By Mrs. Hirsch A special appeal for baby's clothing and blankets was issued this week by Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, chairman of the Dade county committee of the Victory Clothing Collections for Overseas Relief. There is still a great need for all types of clothing, Mrs. Hirsch said. One of the largest bundles donated was brought in by a native of Holland who had been gathering all types of clothing to take back to his relatives and friends, Mrs. Hirsch reported. But he recently received word that his family and home had been completely destroyed. He gave no name, but said he was anxious that the clothes should do some good. Additional support for the drive will be given by Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce members Feb. 3 to 10. according to Dr. S.-.G. Schneider, president. Dr. Herbert Feinberg, clothing committee chairman, will work with Mrs. Hirsch and organization members will contact churches, synagogues, schools and civic groups on the Beach for assistance. Drive headquarters are located at 2100 Washington ave. Pickup service can be arranged by telephoning 5-9056. France Can Attain Revival of Judaism If Americans Help ThegNewsJn Brief WASHINGTON—A full-fledged filibuster in ihe Senate against the bill for a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission was under way this week, after the surprise introduction of the bill by Senator Chavez of New Mexico. A number of Southern senators are sparking the delaying tactics. Renaissance of Judaism in France will he assured if Americans extend their aid through the United Jewish Appeal, according to (lapt. Kobert (.am/on in his address at the luncheon meeting of the UJA state conference Sunday. I .i|>1 I .am-mi. who holds the Croix de Guerre with two oak leaf clusters for his activities as head of a Jewish Maquis unit, declared that half of the Jews of France were able to survive the Nazi occupation because of their i lni-iian neighbors helped hide their identity and shield them from the Gestapo. Many Jews are converting to Christianity in France, be said, but added his conviction that a new, strong Jewry will emerge if immediate financial help is provided. The Jewish scout movement of F'ranre, of which he is the commissioner general, saved a total of 50,0(10 Jews from Nazi deportation and subsequent death, apt. Gamxon said, through a highly organized underground organization which supplied them with false identification and ration cards. He described how many of tke young French Jews were captured and tortured in the highly dangerous work of rescuing not only Jews who were in danger of extermination, hut also young non-Jews of France who sought to escape forced labor under the Nazis. The Jews of France and other parts of Kurope need the help of American Jewry in rebuilding their lives, the French Jewish leader said. He added that the French Jews are reaily to be the "shoektroops" in the battle for Jewish survival, if American Jews will keep "the ammunition rolling through the United Jewish Appeal." WASHINGTON—Nazi loot will be used to establish, among other things, a small fund for the rehabilitation and resettlement of non-repatriable victims of Nazi concentration camps, according to the terms of the Paris Conference on Reparations made public by the State Department. In addition to $5,000,000 in non-monetary gold—consisting of rings, jewelry, and tooth fillings taken from Nazi victims—another $25,000,000 will be obtained from other sources and used to alleviate the suffering of displaced persons. WASHINGTON.—Projects for settling displaced Jews from Europe in Alaska and other territories of the U. S. will be discussed next week with President Truman, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has learned. The proposals, which will require special legislation, will be submitted by Rep. John Lesinski, newly appointed chairman of the House Immigration Committee. Southeast Zionists Meet In Jacksonville Delegates from seven Southern slates will convene in Jacksonville over the weekend on the occasion of the eighth annual conference of the Southeastern region, Zionist Organization of America. The region comprises Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi and the city of New Orleans. Miami Zionists who will attend are Ilvman Sootin, president of the Town district: Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff. and Dr. and Mrs. II. Queen. Rabbi Max Shapiro will install the new officers of the region at u banquet Sundav evening Mr and Mrs S. A. (.OIMIIIKIII. Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straatetl and Mr. and Mr-. Sbeparil Itroad will represent the Miami lleach district. A report of the conference will be delivered at a general meeting of the Heach district at th* Miami Heach Jewish Center next Thursday evening. Major items on the agenda of the conference will deal with an intensification of public relations work and Zionist educational services in this area: the adoption of a regional quota for the national expansion fund; a revitalised youth program: the launching of the annual membership drive: cooperation With other Zionist groups; plans for streamlined district organizations; support for the Jewish National Fund, and election of officers for 1946. Principal speakers will be Dr. Kmanuel Neumann, vice-president of ZO \: Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director; Marvin I.owenthal, author; Ellis Radinsky, director of community contacts of the I ml. .1 Palestine Appeal, and Dean Howard M. I.eSourd" coordinator of the American Christian Palestine committee. WASHINGTON—The ouster of Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick E. Morgan has been suspended pending a personal hearing by Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, director general of UNRRA. Morgan, who was ordered to resign for anti-Semitic statements during a press conference, refused to resign and now is appealing for a personal hearing, apparently hoping that public opinion in this country has "cooled off" toward him. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Bevin Announces Transjordan To Be Independent State LONDON, (JTA)—The expected British recommendation that Transjordan" become a sovereign independent state was made this week by Foreign Secretary Bevin in an address before the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization. With regard to Palestine which oY Elects Weinkle, Plans Spring Drive The Beach Y held election of officers Wednesday night and named Carl Weinkle president. Elections are usually held in April, but the membership felt it was necessary to change the administration at this time for the sake of continuity in planning and carrying out an anticipated campaign for capital funds in the spring. Others elected were: Harry Zukernick, honorary president; George J. Bertman. Archie Brick. David Phillips. Samuel A. Rivkind, vice presidents; Leo Huberman, recording secretary: Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Carl Susskind, financial secretary; Milton Sirkin, treasurer. Chosen for three-year board memberships were Rudy Adler. Louis Heiman. David Isen. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Harold Turk. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Nat L. Williams. Two-year board posts went to Dr. William Bernstein. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. Moses Krieger. Samuel W. Shapiro, Harry Sirkin and Paul Weitzman, Dr. M. B. Citiin. Irving Frankel, Nat H. Hankoff, Isadore Aronovitz, Max Meisel, Joe Rambam and Dr. S. G. Schneider were elected to the board for one year. A board of trustees was created on the recommendation of the nominating committee which reported it had difficulty in selecting a limited number of board members. Jack Marash, executive director said. Trustees will be appointed by the president with the approval of the board and will serve in an advisory capacity. Mrs. Leo Huberman, mezzo-soprano, and Leon Kushner, pianist, provided the musical portion of the program. is under the same mandate as Transjordan, the British Foreign Secretary declared: "The Assembly is aware that an Anglo-American inquiry committee is at this very moment examining the question of European Jewry and also the Palestine problem. We think it necessary to await the committee's report before putting forward any proposals concerning the future of Palestine." Leaders of the Jewish Agency declined to comment on Bevin's announcement, but the world executives of the New Zionist Organization issued a statement expressing opposition to the imminent independence of Transjordan on the grounds that this territory was an intregal part of mandated Palestine. "Mr. Bevin's announcement must be fought not only on a purely political level, but also on a legal plane," the statement said. Bevin's announcement that "His Majesty's Government intends to take steps in the near future for establishing Transjordan as a sovereign and independent state," caused considerable discussion among the delegates, in view of the fact that he emphasized that "under these circumstances, the question of placing Transjordan under trusteeship does not arise." The announcement was also discussed from the point of view of whether the solution of the Palestine problem on the basis of partition would be faciliated by the independence of Transjordan, since it is considered likely that the Arab part of a partitioned Palestine would be linked with Transjordan in one Arab state. British circles indicated that "on the whole it would not make a partition solution of the Palestine problem more difficult." British circles admitted that the granting of independence to Transjordan will affect not only the future of Palestine, but also that of Iraq. The peace and securityof Transjordan have been dependent for the past 20 years upon the Transjardon Arab Legion organized and officered by the British. This force, which numbers about 16.000 men. is entirely paid for by the British, and Emir Abdullah, the ruler of Transjordan, has made it clear that his country could not afford to maintain it.


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, ACJ Reaffirms Stand Against Jewish State PHILADELPHIA-!: S A:.:. can Coui ysessionsS with •• : : J. K president tn. adoption of a S of res luti i %  -' "" ft A : all ove! %  • %  : and opposil ., ; ih Nai Stat I : %  • • : :.f all 1 %  •.. : %  %  .. %  :. .:. those :n i itv 1 %  %  A State 1 to i %  v." %  %  • -'• %  : News In Brief (CONTINUED FROM P-CE Opens Beach Classes Registrati n for t • • ; .... I a • SPECIAL CON" SLED PROM '-'-%  ,: %  Donor Lunch To Aid Denver Hom^Children %  • • %  • %  : • :: beir.i %  • I Havana Honeymoon Follows Wedding .. .. gij, t and Abraham &33S ... daughter of Smoger of N j The couple j bv Mr. and Mrs. re. Md. ling were Rakoffand %  ...... n of Atmi Beach; .. v, ... Mailman Palm Beac h A/ofa Jack Kapner has been a DD ed chairman of the local jZl. Federated Chairities drive h3 Glasser is co-chairman. ^1 Sidney Weiss of Jacksonvii was a recent visitor to Wtp.f Beach. His is the nephew of Vl M. Schrebnick. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Block *> %  Baltimore. After a honeymoon in Havarjwhere Mr. Goodman is jjj the couple will reside in |fi restaurant business. qu Ms on NI tw of ati Ed to Ph en YOUR INCOME TAX timpl* intrjcti on later with mttrnn i .i fu t of town write for our %  '• m V E SURE FEEL SECURE MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART. Tax Division %  r ."B vd J E. MARQUA, Director Ph. By Mai! MW3 %  PALESTINE AND MIDDLE EAST : • :. t! 1 • '. I %  : %  %  %  : • %  %  %  : ': Publisher To Address Baltimore Group | l-.TI Now You Can Hear the Truth About SOUTH AMERICA From • i • • • -" .... %  DR. C. F. McCLAMMA • OPTOMETRIST • 24C N Z. 79th ST. RAY JOSEPHS Author of "Argentine Diary" Columnist — Correspondent — Lecturer THURSDAY. JANUARY 31. 8:15 P. M. AT MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Spcr.scred by Men's Club Temple Israel Town Hall Forum CAIF : -:-: r K I IN EUROPE %  %  • %  E F %  • n %  -• F ': • : t the i Droving tl F nch J art v ..... ... E Louis GILLMAN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX CONSULTANT ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE TO 1145 Ingraham Building MIAMI 32. FLORIDA JANUARY 10. 1946 TELEPHONE 9-2779 TO SHARE I will share my beautiful couple home with a Kosher Tourist at 1561 Lenox Ave.. Apt. 1. Mrs. Malek. ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN CONCERT Sponsored by the WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Branch 692 of Greater Miami CHAYELE GROBER And VICTOR PACKER Nationally Known Artists in a Program of New Songs and Yiddish Recitations Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 1946 8 p. m. At Miami Beach Senior High School Drexel Ave. at 14th St. This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand itl Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beel Pastrami Kosher Zion Sausage Co CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE Shopping Hangover SHOPPING is hard work at best — hard on the feet and hard on the pocketbeok. Stores arc crowded with holida\ 1'uvcrs. arc still scarce, and bargains aren't always eas\ to & Except electricity/ Lady, you don't have to stir one step outumr In MIIC to get a whopping big bargain in <.uii 0 and convenience — at low pre-war prices. 1 ervicc is always right at your fingertip — plcntiro • le. ready 24 hours a day to lighten your houseM burdens and make youi way of living more pleasant. And it's cheap! As a matter of fact, the average family getting just about twice as much electricity for its money* ago. Yes, electri service is a rare household bargain. But not^ lent. It's the result of the hard wcA wd experience 0 !" e men an '. vomen in your company. • //. .,r Nelson I ddy in "The Electric Hour" with R"*** Amknatrt j Ur. bmtrm. B erj Tlmfiji + -jo P. M, B&> ui!> y tLOl, %  ^5^ y o



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UY. JANUARY 25, 1946 &f Jew!si)HarikMam PAGE SEVEN ItPHS TO CUE Josephs, author of "ArIne Diary", will be presented the Town Hall Forum 8:15 Thursday at Miami Senior %  ehool. Topic of his discusswill be '"Latin America red." Josephs is a newspaper man, dio coiiimeiitatoiand lecturer |s being author of the book Jsaised intense discussion of South American affairs. In h:s talks he tells of news that never gets into the papers and it is claimed that he knows what the State department is really doing, the sponsoring committee of Temple Israel's Men's club reports. Josephs is the second of four lecturers appearing on the Forum thia season. Erika Mann, scheduled to appear here in April, is reported ill in Europe and unable to attend. A substitute ler will bu brought here to %  e vacancy. LEGAL NOTICES NADICH (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) \ati*m languish in suffering and uanl." "The Jrwh <>f Europe Miner from ill,, lark of food, from overcrowding, from rolil, from insufficient clothing and Insufficient activities to regenerate them as new men and worn•n", lie said, urging tlic Florida del* rgatcs to make an all-out effort to In ilie. tlie UJA drive lo a successful conclusion. He expressed regret that the few improvement* made in d. p. camps since August are now declining. Praising the work of Joint Distrihution Committee teams in Germany. he declared that the JDC budget is too small to provide 'medicine and food —to reunite Jewish families He also cited the Jewish Agency for Palestine which is sponsoring educational anil agricultural training for the d. p's and preparing them for emigration. In an overwhelming majority, the surviving Jews sec their only future in Palestine, he said, making an analogy between the Jews clawing at the doors of the Dachau gaChamber to escape death and the survivor, seeking to leave Kurope. "Europe is I""' dun" gas clumber. They're clawing at the doors they want to get out." he declared. The first Jewish chaplain to serve overseas with the U. S. Army l.t. Col Nadich was promoted from the rank of major last week. Capt. Levine To Take Bride To New York Bloombergs To Mark 56th Wedding Date NOTH'i: UK I HSSl ll.l'TUl.N I iK PARTNERSHIP Notice is lii-ivli.v Kivi-n that the partnar.-lnp latH> Milislstiixr lietween the and vsiuneil. l'KHt'Y ZIMMERMAN ana l/il'IS i' Si'HAT/.. carry Inf on tin ti:isiins as the A-l LANDSCAPE SI.i:\Ml-: a I l.sfi N. E. *0th Street, Minni. Kim idn, Hade County, wu on i %  ''*' rlliujorveil l'\ inuiii.t! ewi-ent. 1 ih.ii the busni' %  >in iim fiituie will be carried "" i>v tinsaid l.nl'is i'. WCHATZ %  %  -1 %  = chare* .i'l ilel't.and liabilities and receive all ninnevs payable In tlie nald late firm PERCY ZIMMERMAN l.i ills C. SCHALTZ HARRY PIKTZ. Atli.rin-v 1/25; 1/1 NOTICK IS HEREIIT GIVEN that the BBdclsuiifd, di-sirniK to eiigagp in liualnees % %  inl.-r the f i.t IHOUH name or BISCAY M: HKAITY sri'PI,Y at 7il4 N. W". Till Aviv, Intend to reglatr aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit i'"Hit nf I Mile I'oiinty, Florida. l-OtMS fOHI'.N IIERHERT BIX.NER SMI, ALEXANDER vlt/lt 1/4-11-1S-2T.. CZECH JEWS DEPEND ON U. S.—HERRMANN In a ceremony at the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miss Renee Ades and Capt. Paul Levine were united in marriage Monday afternoon. Miss Ellen Hope Ades was maid of honor for her sister and Jack Levin was best man. Mrs. I. L. Fishbein was at the piano. After the ceremony, a reception and dinner was held at the Lord Tarleton hotel. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Millsteio, grandparents of the bride. Mr. Pete Ghcttingcr, Mrs. Essie Lewis. Mr. Harry Levitt, Miss Sylvia Ghettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Aherns, Miss Beatrice Mannheimer and Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaplin of Boston. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Ades of New York city and Miami Beach and is a graduate of Abraham Lincoln High school and Brooklyn college. Capt. Levine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Levine of Miami Beach and is a graduate of Ohio university. After a short stay in Miami Beach, Capt. and Mrs. Levine will return to New York where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Bloomberg, 731 N. W. 17th St.. will celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary Feb. 5. The party will be held at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Frances Baril, 427 N. W. 12th ave. Married in Boston on Feb. 2, 1890, the couple has resided in Miami for the past 12 years. They are both garden enthusiasts. Four of their six children. Mrs. Baril. Miss Sadie Bloomberg and George W. and Louis Bloomberg, reside in Miami. Another son. Sam Bloomberg, is comirfg from Boston to celebrate his parents' anniversary. Mr. Bloomberg was a drug clerk in a wholesale drug company in Boston for 40 years. Musical Show Planned A program of music and comedy has been arranged by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood for its Feb. 3 event. Besides Belle Baker( stars who will appear include a boy soprano; the Dietz sisters, accordion artists; Libbie Fishbein and Sylvia Genet, pianists; Boris Millman, baritone, and Ruth Brotman, soprano. The affair will be held at the synagogue. BARK LEY VISUALIZES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Parents of children attending the Miami Beach Jewish Center Hebrew and Sunday schools will be guests of the Sisterhood at a tea 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Center. Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president of the Sisterhood, has invited all parents to attend. Inter and intra-chapler debates are being planned by Sigma Rho, an AZA chapter. The group recently won the local debate championship at Ihe Midwinter tournament in which south Florida AZA and BZB chapters participated doors of the U. S. to a limited number of refugee)!, but emphasized that the majority of displaced persons "want to and have the right to go to Palestine, the one country that is willing and able to receive them in large numbers." Expressing the desire that the Jewish people will have representation as a nation at-the final peace conference, Itarkley reminded the more than "dm delegates who attended the afternoon session that a Jewish state in Palestine cannot be achieved immediately since there are twice as many Arabs as Jews there now. He renounced the Hritish White Paper as a recession in the movement to ex* tend liberty throughout the world but said he had faith that Englishspeaking peoples will, through negotiation and persuasion, secure freeI limn for the Jews 'ictorl rtistt] and I Iiam'[ jndcfl mens| s t' l l NOTICE IS HKUKHY GIVEN that -the undei %  ..luiinl. d.slririK to encage In •bUSlne Ullde! the f 1.-1 it t. %  •* II111I1C Ilf %  "Tn\ CONSTRUCTION CO. at 841 llnml Avenue. Intend to register ..amp with the Clerk of the ClrCourt of i)ade County. Florida. WII.1,1AM WEINSTOCK D. MARTIN MELTS '4-11-18-25 TK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that irlerttlgned, desiring to engage kuHiiirsH under Ihe fictitious of MOSS' MARKET, at linn .'r1 Ave.. Miami. Fin.. Intend H.-i-t-r said name with the Clerk Circuit Court of I lade County. 4ila HARRY MOSS IltVINC. MOSS MANUEL MOSS IRY IVTETZ • fur Applicants. 2 l-S-15-22 COINTY JCnOE'S COCRT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 1B745 -Estate of DESMOND TV HAYS, ;/A. DES HAYS, deceased. MCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE kPI'LICATION FOR FINAL DISfll MtC.E. tOTIcK Is hereby Riven that I filed my final report and pefnr Final Dlschartre as Executrix le estate of Desmond 11. Hays. !/A lies Havs, deceased: and that the 18th day of February, 1946. 1 apply to the Honorable w. F. ntnii. County .Indue of Dade Intv, Florida, for approval of mild tl report and fur final dlscharKP as rulrlx of the estate of Desmond B. S, A'K/A Des Hays, deceased. fhls ir,th div of January, 194B. MIRIAN MANE HAYS. R. SILVER. Lttornev for Executrix. |-25 2/1-S VTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File A 97*1 •JOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that LES PEARLMAN, holder of City J Coral (Jaliles Tax Certificate No. |a Issued the 1st day of June. A. D. has filed ciimp In my office, and made application for a tax deed [he issued thereon. Snld Certlflle embraces the following deseribed Inertv In the Countv of Dade. Slate %  Florida, to-wit: d 4, I Ilk. IF. Coral Tlahles Orn8a Sec.. Plat Rook s. Page 113. In City of coral Cables. County of le. Stale of Florida. The assessment of said propertv unthe said certificate was in the ne of: UNKNOWN Tnless said certificate shall lie relied according to law. the property pribed therein will he sold to the hest bidder at the Court HnusV on the first Monday in the ith of March. 194B. which Is the day oi March, lfMfi. Dated this 16th day of January. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk nf Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida. By N. C STERRETT. D. C. rcnlt Court Seal) 126 2/1-8 Reporting Oil a recent trip to Czechoslovakia to study the conditions for Jews there, Leo Herrmann, secretarygeneral of the Palestine Foundation Fund, reported that of the 120.000 Jews who were in that country before the war, only 7,000 have survived. All the others, Hermann said, were murdered in Na/.i concentration camps in Thcresienstadt, Osrwcicim and llirkcnaii. "They were killed by famine, bullets or were gassed." Herrmann w the main speaker at a UJA mass meeting Sundav night at Temple Israel. The Jewish survivors in Czechoslovakia, as elsewhere in Europe, have only one hope snd prayeremigration to Palestine. Herrmann -aid, adding: "Without this hope there would probably be mass suicides among the Csecrhoslovakian Jewish population." He expressed Cldei among the Chechoslovakian government "would not raise any objections to the emigration of the Jews." The entire Jewish population in that country, Herrmann declared, is dependent for its food, clothing and medical supplies on the Joint Distribution Committee, one of the constituent agencies of the United Jewish Appeal, Rabbi James Heller, who was scheduled to speak Sunday evening, was unable to attend due to illness. Mayor Herbert Krink of Miami Beach, extended greetings to the conference group at the afternoon session. Anti-Semitism Topic Of Center's Forum Sealed at the head table were the liiiii TOUBY PAINTING ICO. "Anti-Semitism in ihe Postwar World" will be the topic of the Miami Beach Jewish Center's Adult Education institute forum Wednesday evening at 9 p. m. Dr. Andrew Cotl-chull. Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Gilbert J. H.ilk in. associate director of the Florida regional Anti-Defamation league, will be guest speakerwith Mfrcil Stone as moderator. The forum will be preceded b) Hebrew and Bible classes Infill 7:30 till 9 p. in. _^_____ local sponsoring committee consisting of Sam Hi.ink. Monte Selig. Ibrahant Goodman, Baron de Hirsrh Meyer, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitx, Win. D. Singer and Mitchell Wolf-on. \lso at the head table were local campaign leaders Joseph II. Stein, Benjamin Kane. MorriKlass, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Uabbi Saul Appclbauin, Jacob Slier, and Carl Wcinkle. Other participants in the program of the conference were the Rev. Maurice Mamches and Cantor Abraham Friedman. Mrs. Harry Cordon and Mr-. Meyer Schwartz were CO-chairnien of arrangementassisted by the following bost,--c-: Mrs. Monte Selig, Mr-. Sain Blank, Mr-. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Sol I.c.-lie and Mrs. Sadve (.. If Eleven -indentof ihe University of Miami, members of Hillel, were ushers al the mass meeting. lMS{IM0C0HTHACT0RS I 669 N.W.6*JiVeefc. MIAMI 36, FLORIDA j IIIIIHIII'HIIIIBB||||B|||i GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DOG TRACK FIRST 8:00 P. M WHAT CAN YOU SPARE THAT SHE CAN WEAR? Clothing that yoai may consider old can bring new Ufa to some suffering person to whom war brought despair and destitution. Your spare clothing will be distributed free, without discrimination, to victims of Nati 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



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5 %  PAGE TWO fMtMtattyitpt cLnq, PERSONALITIES Bernard M. Bcmch. special cdvise: to the late Presiaent Franklin D. Roosevelt. :s expected at the Ror.ey Plaza late m February M*M Sarah Kussv c: Newark, N. J., is flopping at the Granada apartment*. Mxm: Beach. MiM Kussy :s one of the founderi o: Kaaassa'and the National Women %  League c: the United Synagogue*. Snewas a cloee friend oi the late Henrietta Szora %  • Sam Cohen, chairman c: the Fede:a-.ea Jewish Charities in Pontiac. Mich baa arrived at the Preside.-.: Madison r.c:e. tor c two ~c- vacation. Mr. Cohen is chairman o: the zozzz c: Temple Bern Jacob and director o: the Chamber c: Commerce in Pontiac. Mr. and Mrs. Max Home c: Wheeling '•' %  '-'a. are vaca— 01 the Triton hotel halt veers' service. Back from amtJtayear.dutyinHawcni. the former storeiceeper nrsi class intends to enter me University o: Miami • .The two sons of Mr. end Mrs. Raymond Rubin. 4365 N. Bay re are borne 20m the service and heve entered the reel estate business at .522 Pennsylvania ave. Former Lt Seymour Rubin joined bis wife here las: weeic alter four vear %  service. Former Cpl Irwin Rubin has been home since New Years day • • • Capt Morton D. Vogel is visiting n:s catents, Mr. ana Mri 1. Vogel. 2498 S. W. 15th st with his wile Muriel, and theii baby daughter, Jane. On terminal leave after two years setvice in India Cart, ifogel ex peels to make his home in Miami • • Ma; 1. S Prosterman, ;ust releasea from the Armj a::er three ana one hall years in the quartermaster corps, is visiting his parents Mr. ana M.-s Prosterman, 442" Miss Power Installed As Debbs President Mi • %  .: %  ; : fRIDAY. JANUARY 25,1 %  .:. Palm a-.e with his wife and their daughter, Bcri %  • Copt Jack Friedman 0: rittshurcn ii visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Phillips, at their home. 1512 Washington ave. Cap: Fried"\o$ were and Mr. ; %  _.•'. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Miller 0: 5439 N. Bay rd. have as %  --• cuesis Dr ana Mrs Raymond Mesirow 0: Chicago .. • Mr. ana Mrs. Harry A Goodman c: Scrmctield, Mass. are the houseaues^ c: Mr. ana Mrs. M. 5. Rubin 242C flamingo dr. Mrs Josephine Lauter c: Wilimindc. Cocn is vacation: ; : £3 ..^ -. ._e University c: ma at me .-..to ..or.. •,, -_• •_•-.-Levinana Mrs. Max Bernstein ct Brooklyn have registered at M.V M^'Lefsmrn 441 15* £~j~ st bave as me-r sousecuesa __.__. -. ^ their daughter Shirley he: bus. son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ltvinsos 1906 S. W. 21 St arrived from Japan Tuesday three years m service he spec: rwo yean overseas His wife HOME FROM THE WARS :: Miami where *ey will make ::v s.i: :•. =;t 1 Wnle JO Miami Beach Zionist | District care of Radio Station WKAT. INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES %  ''•-• : •" again I r business a*. 1109 LINCOLN ROAD MM t: tk C-aie cct-i Bj- on or before February Is:, showing their stock of rare jewels antiques and works of an never shown before here. For other information see A. SCHORR •24C LINCOLN ROAD PHONE • JSOJ RPLiEF SOCIETY PLANS^ PARTY, BOARD MATING .. • „ S ... and Mrs. I. Kav ... ., rved I roceeos .... h ConR • •' et yu A %  will hold a board Mrs wimam n dr., P. m. Toi 1% evening incheon to oe 2 ,,• the Poinnana %  TO ELECT OFFICE^ M e m b e r s h 1 D ,,f the j e J Home for the Aged will gJ Wednesday evening at the fJ tral Beach Elementary scili ] 1420 Washington ave., to elecv] directors, Samuel Rater. ^ J nan of the nominating cornim-J announces. Officers will be e'J ed from the board of directors*] h F tion of tl • %  tors an izatiol : Milton F president: Fl : : %  ; %  •• A.l 1 : Elvse Gladstoi :•::•" I ltd Muriel Auslander. reoon Girls and 25 or out of hn I are invited to t me 1 The nexl tmg • v. at the 7 • Y Miss Weiss To Discuss New Education Plan S elected fficers I M %  -: '. Terr.pU : : th Sh I.... : ik< '.'.. %  %  %  ; r:-.y r : ng t Auxiliary To Adopt By-Laws, Nominate (option of its mutation or ointed foi the] regular meeting the Miami Ladies the J< wish H rru I 11 :.. i %  1 Mrs Joel Zalis, pn si. at 590 S. W. l.th M :chairman ••• %  and Mrs. M iould hi \i the nating mittee House Council Plan Basketball Dance The H • th) Miami V will 1 Id its first


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' PAGE EIGHT fJenisffkrldiati FRIDAY. JANUARY 2S, Uniformity Of Law Enforcement f nftther Maintaining a game room is punishable by a Mn t French unst of' anower MUM QJ ^ yean and yet all voices j *m f „,;, one stands up to be counted on any CTimm ^ If'aSlaw is common sense; and all that is excepMhjMesser of the crimes-operating a g i An Edit rial Bv JOHN D. MONTGOMERY 51 Montesquieu, the i ^PandVll that is not com"' "" n ; e 1S not law." room. WHY? ./VWTK-PTANS and particularly the taxpayj WH Y DOES the law enforcement chant n, u D .\DECOLNTIAV^anar interested count always sing to the tune of "Stop COIL of Miami Bead. JouW WMMT^ common scnsc ^^ ^^ ^ Qny Qr nQt) Qnd never ^L, to^ experience, tne majjs ^ ,, ccmC nt. the idea of a 9^^]^^J^FOvement in lhe ilv.t something tection and prosecution of the vicious, violent rj r It certainly ^L% 0U „tJ is a crtoe in ous crime.? No price can be paid no license M regarded as a social / 1W "£Sihi,h a F^n ble for xhe ^mission of the felonies mentioaM another county for the commissio. t..t i wQuld seem „<,, certain persons and inteieaH "Gambl : lea' i al In the first pia n't d scuss issue, bi .....-the si i legislat h s ih lec-.ded theref r m ral Us n nc 1 r.i in. VV. have r Let's not continue ad mfimtum this Qnd swaying around the seasonal bonfce^ 2?=r -'mif farce jlar "I-watch-you" fashion, chanting and sh;. J* Dade county version of "Hold That Line-Hoy V Line which is "Get That Gambler Ge: !" Gambler." Try to speak to any of these frenzied, halkiq i starry-eyed performers about the thought of en:o:d some of the important criminal laws, or catching t types of law-breakers—murderers, robbers, buicL --;-/-: ng cbout t[ j rapists, hit-and-run killers, etc.. and they look at^H at least queer, and most cer-JB and crooked people ol the.. ; e the dancers swing and RI | Yippee! Get That Gambler! B y IERY aq suckei tc tl hotbodies glisten, and throaty voices chant in ^M -• • er.: :.-....-... Certi n favor of law we believe that t laws s sam( an •:... r.ner all ; ver t at tate of Florcaae nce the solemn dirge of jhe Crusade festival ?venue I -Q et That Gambler—Get That Gambler. "" J UC -:jck and jairealize that the season is of finally <:• %  %  : : :".".V." ..-sue of W. e that of all the. c rimes. gambhngiM —•-• -. „] ney producer Men like money-so do fM Mv 1 5 tell me that %  —" 5 c ld sc ney producer. Men like money-so doter % %  : : %  ... -morabtywi t orn [uestion c nd syndicates of men. Hence, t V e. strongly forfeited the crgumen % %  • %  %  : h attends and badges this particular offenH nowise bus less v ites many ight it into prominence out of all pro: { f, Anyone wh millions :: collars cr.nnc.il5 and county spin >f a i %  neasuries of Fioridc. £ prove or not, i ..; er, ind wants t find ...:. can vei fy i -_ z ; ri situation ..-.-. %  -u %  • mbling that gambling i running — -— laws penmnii I lore is a sul ect o: :..: %  .:'. ~ — ::'. sev<:... jthei mties in t We certainly 2 cct five the imp! --. that because t ted in -..-..i: Light tc i in Dade fami th I saj Ing "t at" but • --:... we think the present F* AX? wz ro N:T M^AN UNFAIR GAMBLERS. W E THINK :: U un millions public concern j which wi should and v ... exr.::v ^:^; discuss until soluti on is effected. We hope ::: inn oi %  | and upcurved eyebrows .:. oui direction. S"; -:policy towards games ol • having changed .-itched .:. to PERMISSION 3 by the stat the morals oi betting money :n ;ames ;: pure chance, whether r.::sfs :: wheels z:^s c: ... ..-.::. :: chemuvde-fel have been resolved negatively in the ive halls by the j .. Florida wno vou a stitutionol canendmen: :: .;:-..:; pctri-mutuel :;c:se, >: tnd jaiclub properties in Dade < ...•.; night afte: slm gambling. Sc let s be practical and not horrified as visitors Bea few miles • %  s analy: don. .... .... •;; •^ ... :: :? unfair : .ss interests • se'.e'.v : emj I yers, the tn ritv %  "•'•. you hove no license, vou ere branded as a vicious and '.v: says that ; C wdow= cnrnmsl o:* the worst variety The license -."?£ : %  ••' %  % %  %  • : %  makes the ruite a unique meaauring taat Broward c mty nts i ral j .. y. ... .. %  .. c • n y -• S^j-;rr:.-:vz eniorcem* leagues and sssocicuons organize sr.d rent and rave; a lew newslively unimportant place which it i $ ,. \K< are sure that the OTHKR OFFD^B I'.tioru'd are not allowed and nurtured :r. r.-flj JUST GAMBLING. We are equalh Fin been turned on in this county in the o.-.flj I roduccr ONLY—gamblinK. .. fi ent tune the "Someone" who contr s I :11 ii 11 you when we find out .-tT.spkBB f il use Dade—Open Brow,-.: ; -and sflj 're still sitting in his game ar.d :^M taken to the cleaners. We ;.ri r. : > k layed, or who shuffles or .iinc and cracked around our own econ %  It*s about time good citizens put an end to thefrei %  %  d.,!u<-. stamp out the seasonal bonfir ce: .-A He says usei as bait for and re< s its f nancial su a game re >m. upport from r e ~r '"f^ -orceny ourg^n-iv abortion r.:-and-run ; more 3e:.:.s to our people :-. :• gcmbl ng room*—ALL no —no affiit ::.me In order that our thoughts on this important B pel sons living outside of Miami Btach. w rruns Star and The Evening Sun TropioJ ited, this advertising space has been? Usher of those two Miami Beach f* ^We will be interested in having the opiwoo] otner tlondians on this subject, and their ideaW s Ive this problem which affects them as well*' break for those places operating in next-door Br ward -v.-,"" 6 :: "es =-nczec snore are felonies run: county. -•; r -: aecm .:. some asicncei hie .~z:^z-~eT.: I o" 16 "' cmd from tes sad • eery yean to life in c punishin ers PAID FOR BY THE MIAMI BEACH PUBLISHING CO. LEGAL NOTICES • : %  .. • %  %  • I : 1 r .. -' (Paid Advertisement) %  %  %  %  .. v GIVEN • • IPT8 >• 211 N B. %  % % % %  ciert O • r D*d county. \ LUB ,. v BotoOWMT. ; .. %  : I-II-IS .. : •: n'.ft r | A wUe Bt V T7. [MAN W1SQRKBM NOTICB IS HKREBT i;;VKN .r! the undprslKtird. d.%  ".', In hurineim und.-r th. '.: • : s | of COMMEHCIAL AIR • '">•",,"!* INQ A ltKF-RI(IKR-\Tli'N N W Second Avenue. I-•• V'.f fli tter Mid name with th>' i lera Circuit Court of Pade c f HDBBAt 1 11-18-13 I/l-l Nonai n HERKI'V prvK?-' the underslrned. deflrlr. %%  I .' I l.'.iBlneKn under the flriinI'AM>m.ASS PKUV I'alm Avenue. Mlnl 1-T..rld. Intend, to reci-"-•! Hh the Clerk of the Circuit <-0< Dad* County. Florida. „-IT1I ADAM UBWOWTrS| LEON KAPUS. Attorner for Applicant. 1 -ll-l$-£i J/l J



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>AY. JANUARY 25. 1946 +Jew I si) Harldlar) PAGE FIVE ith Our Film Folk s oncdian Eddie Cantor has fi_ staged the network debut k next-youngest of his five Ilashed daughters when \rn Cantor appeared as guest "Eddie Cantor Show" over the other day Marilyn, ity vcars old, is the only one ne Cantor girls to seek a theCal career. The others, Margie, iNatalie, and Janet, prefer Jon the sidelines and apMld. Marilvn. no novice in the ntertaininent world, has filled highly successful singing cn|nt this season at Leon and | night club in New York. %  pa Eddie says: "Marilyn I her mother's talent and her lath' %  • • • The violinist who will be ,oubling for John Oargield in the Earner picture "Humoresque" is [Isaac Stern from New JWarners have just engaged „ and he will probably advise on the picture, as will Oscar Levant, pianist, author, Information Pleaser, character bon vivant and actor, who is also in the cast. As many popular classical composition as possible are to be incorporated into the production. • • • Preparation for Hcdy Lamarr's second independent film venture went into high gear this week when producer Jack Chertok signed Ben Hecha to write the script of "Dishonored Lady. Hedy is now at work on her first independent picture. "The Strange Woman,"" and doing extremely well. ^ ^ Georgie Jessel's new book, "Hello Momma", will be brought out by the World Publishing company in three months. Georgie s autobiography, "So Help Me is now in its seventh printing! Groucho Marx described a certain Star: "She's five divorces old—but she doesn't look a dayover three!" ^ ( Peter Loire, at work now on a Warner picture, says he has stage yearnings, and besides has acquired a plav that looks as if it will be suited for his New York .. appearance next fall. This is Le Spectre." written by the French Jew P aul Grenier. Peter is re9f writing this in part. However, %  this isn't the only time that he has made deals of this kind but his present seems the most prom' :ing enterprise for himself. Sign in a Hollvwood delicasen: "If vim don't smell it. we %  l lt! ". Irving Berlin who wrote the ^Emerican soldiers sang and bed to in two wars made this ^nt declaration this week: hope I never have to write other song." • • Production costs of David O. nick's Duel In the Sun: his film, originally budgeted for JOOO are reported running r lnto the sixth million! This "make it probably the second expensive picture ever ; in these parts, "Ben Hur. cost more than $7,000,000, ting so far the costliest ever lit out Camera work on "Duel f in the re-take stage, but fcions are that the picture be completed until next By the way, Dave's other film, "Gone With the F which cost him four mildollars to make, made extly thirtv-five million dollars him when the last dollar was accounted for! • • • Dannv Have writes from New Fork that •California is the only %  that you can get a sun-tan ^our goose pimples! Kupperman who masters c's on ABC network broad-Df the "Quiz Kids" has a Iccomplishment. Thanks to six months of diligent and unadvertised practice, he can now play the piano! "I've been keeping it a secret," he says. • • • Billy Rose, who returned this week from a week's air trip to Europe, was over there on a mission for Army Special Services. Billy's findings will have a great policies in occupied Europe. However, no public statements on the matter will be given until after the Army report is made. Yet, upon his return, Rose blasted the treatment given Jewish minorities in Europe and urges this country to withhold help until the condition is corrected! • • Irwin Shaw, brilliant young Jewish playwright and novelist recently discharged from the Army, has been signed by producer Charles Einfield to write the adaptation and screenplay of Erich Maria Remarque's "Arch of Triumph," which will be the first film on the einfield-David Loew agenda. David Lewis will produce the film and will function as a complete partner with Einfield and Loew in the venture. Irwin, who arrived herelast week, returns to New York any day now for conferences with Remarque before starting to work on the story. "Triumph" is the only script he will do this year, since he has received an advance of ten thousand dollars from Publishers Dodd Mead for a novel on his war experiences and he wants to get going on that. • • Director Mike Curtiz (who did a great job on "Mildred Pierce' answered his office phone and barked: "He's not in—I am out— rail me back in an hour!" Then bearing on postwar entertainment continued his dissertation about needing a superlative story for his picture following Life With Father'" "I'm at the pinochle of my career, he concluded. A JC Ends Month With Two Events A film slide projector and a number of slide films have been added to the Bureau of Jewish Education library and are available to Jewish organizations on request, Abe Cannes, director announces. Several of the films are concerned with Palestine. The BJE is planning a luncheon for Greater Miami Sunday school teachers in the near future. id jcrutiful Miami Medical Center %  tie* for treatment* of acute %  a), and convalescent easel %  tally equipped for care of ius and mental disorders, and alcoholic habita. Psylerapy, Hydrotherapy and rlc-Shock therapy scientificlive*. 9. L. DODGE, M. D. lical Director and President N. W. 8. RIVEK DRIVE Phones 2-024&-S-1042 [Open to Members of • County Medical Assn. 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-B860 HEADACHE IS SUCH A BIG LITTLE THING A LL SET for a good full day's work when a nagging headache sneaks up on you. You suffer and so does your work. •Ready for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment — a pesky headache interferes with your fun, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DK.MII.KS Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve not only Headache, but Simple Neuralgia, Muscular Pains and Functional Monthly Pains. Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? If not why not? You can get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store in the regular package for only a penny apiece and in the economy package even cheaper. Why not get a package today? Your druggist has them. Read directions and use only as directed. Your money back if you are not satisfied. End of the month events on the calendar of the Women's division, American Jewish Congress are the Friday Review this afternoon and the regular meeting Monday, both to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Work is also in progress for the AJC's donor dinner scheduled for Feb. 10. Thomas Costain's "The Black Rose" will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein at 1:30 p. m. today. Guest speaker at the meeting 2 p.m. Monday will be Dr. Andrew Gottschall, Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, program chairman, will give a short talk in observance of Congress Education Day. The meeting will honor the memory of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the occasion of his birthday, Mrs. Sol Leslie, president, announces. Refreshments will be served during the social hour that will follow the meeting. The American Committee for the Rehabilitation of European Jewish Children will be beneficiary of the donor dinner to be held at the Terrace restaurant. The committee, of which Albert Einstein is chairman, places homeless Jewish children with Jewish families or in children's homes in Europe. Two homes have been established by the AJC and the World Jewish Congress, participating agencies. Mrs. Louis Glasser is chairman of the dinner. Miss Malvina Weiss, teacher and lecturer, will sneak on "Education for Democracy" at the Spinoza Forum. 124 Ocean dr., 3 p. m. tomorrow. Tuesday evening, 8 p. m., Charles H. Lee will give the second lecture on the stars and Wednesday evening. 8 p. m.. Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will give the third lecture on the "Science of Living". the only fund-raising function to be held by the local AJC chapter this year. Cochairmen are Mrs. Philip Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind. A repertoire of Jewish, Hebrew and English songs is being prepared by the Bialik Singing society which meets every Tuesday under the direction of Mme. Lina Coen. This Tuesday the society will meet at the Beach Y. Membership is still open. — Dr. A. L. Sikes —. After Servinq With the Armed Forces Overseas. Announces the Openinq of His Office for the Practice of Dentistry. 303 OLYMPIA BLDG. PHONE 2-5289 HAVANA MEXICO Jamaica Guatemala South America Enjoy One of Our De Luxe All-Expense Guest Tours With Private Limousines and English-Speaking Guides Arrangements Made To All World-Wide Points Via AIR—RAIL—BUS—SHIP For Information Phone or Write LARKIN TRAVEL SERVICE 533 LINCOLN RD., MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA TELEPHONES 5-2155-56-57 AN APPEAL TO OWNERS OF APARTMENTS AND HOMES mm Xst^ue to the acute housing shortage in the Greater Miami area, we are losing a number of teachers and executives, including returned Servicemen ... all are prospective year around residents ... all substantial, highly desirable citizens ... all well qualified for their positions and vital to both you and us in the proper training of your children. This appeal is directed to civic minded citizens who are in a position to aid us in this emergency .. any home owner with a guest room willing to rent it to a reliable person or couple, or any apartment owner who will provide shelter for such persons, can render a real service to their community by notifying us immediately. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF DADE COUNTY Phone JAMES T. WILSON. Superintendent of Schools 3-8711 jM



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PAGE TWELVE -Jenls*thrtfto? FRIDAY, JA NUARY 2$ 8 OPEN YOUR HEART. .. /* k *s JB*i ,.,:jg > %  > %  > %  9$ & -.V*-1Bi/^S WHATCA/tYOUSPM THAT Hi CM im? VICTORY CLOTHING COLLE BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL 1940 Park Avenue TUDOR HOTEL Mortimer E. Wien, Managing Director Jack A. Gilman, Manager Collins Ave. corner 11th St. Ed Singer Welcomes You to the NATIONAL HOTEL Directly on the Ocean at 17th St. VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Avenue This advertisement was preDarpH k„ L %  J preparea b Y the Advertising Council for SOMERSET HOTEL 4th Street and Ocean Drive Directly on the Ocean SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 5th and Ocean Drive On the Coral Reek THE EMBASSY HOTEL 2940 Collins Avenue THE SHELBORNE HOTEL 1801 Collins Avenue TRAYMORE HOTEL 2445 Collins Avenue Macfadden-Deauville Ho 6701 Collins Avenue RIVIERA PLAZA 337 20th Street GEORGE WASHINGT0J HOTEL 5IB Washington Avenue CROYDON ARMS HOI 3720 Collins Avenue ANN'S VEGETARIAN RESORT 146 Washington Avenue



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[JANUARY 25, 1946 fJewisii fhrldiar PAGE NINE nee Parade 1 F. Enfield. veteran otographer, is on the the newly established is university in Seoul, Je is one of 31 faculty Jirho are teaching an enllmeht of noil (il>. A Miami Ch High school J;I actuate. Kn%  ld was a cintol photographer xth the Seventh division at OkiiVtra Whre he won the Bronze ar and te I'm pie Heart. Paul .d his hrothei, Knit, arrived : iead of' American occupation x>ps to Aotograph the libera>n of Korea. They went overlast Jaimai v and served at before going to Okinawa. to MTV-ice, both boys worked their father. Hi nrv Knfield, Canieia simp on Miami Paul, who received a baywound m the foot at Okiand his brother were the Bronze Star for pho—Ig the famous "Hourdivision's part m the batOkinawa and l.eyte. The were made in Korea. with two battle stars for service in New Guinea and Luzon, the Philippine Liberation ribbon with one battle star for service in Luon, the Good Conduct medal, the Victory medal and the Meritorious service unit wreath. Arthur Goldberger, son of Rabbi Goldberger, Alamac hotel, has received has discharge from the service at Camp Blanding. He was one of the first paratroopers to enter Tokyo. His brother, Sgt. Dave H. Goldberger, will tly from India to this country to receive has discharge. Heads Women s Division of United Jewish Appeal Drive for §100,000.000 Me. Jack Levin, son of Mr. and ._. Eli Levin, has returned from year and a half overseas with e Marines in Okinawa. Iwo ma and the Marshall Islands. %  vin joined his wife and two ns in Tucson, Ariz., after being scharged in California Jan. 4 .d expects to bring Ins family 're in the near future. Veteran Of two years overseas. >mdr. Paul H. Marks plans to ne hi law practice in Miami completion ol his terminal ,!. Before entering the ser• in 1942, he was general counfor the Overseas Highway mission and a charter memof the Orange Bowl com,Jt L*. George S. Lull, G825 ott a-A, lus been awarded Air Medal, headquarters of India China division, ATC, „alcutta, has announced. First Nathaniel Lutz, 0922 Bav dr.. ched to the same division, has been awarded the An Medal. 1 ) Kl %  -'. %  I I FES i m .. dire ;: '.-I DM ndb %  ;: he :_ T-8 MUTT Dansky, whose wife %  "•:-.'es at 233 First St., has rerentlv %  -.—ent 10 days of rest and recrea'. %  ~>n at the leave and furlough %  at Camp .John Hav in liO, the summer capital of the ppines. He is serving \%ith 208th-engineer service cornMr. and Mrs. I. Reiss, owners [ of the Leonard hotel, are expecting the arrival of their son, Sgt. Harry Reiss. After more than two years service in the Army in Italy I and Bulgaria, Sgt. Reiss is returning to the states and will spend a leave with his family before going to his home in New York city. ....er 21 months overseas with 75th Engineer parts supply pany in Manila, Cpl. Sidney ler iprcturning home. His supplies construction and _ral equipment parts to comand service units. Sandlcr's %  at 1181 N. W. Fifth Cpl. Sandier went overseas ^j 1944 and served jn ^^fcn. New Guinea, and in Dutch Fast Indies, before to Luzon with the invasion %  anuary, 1945. He wears ^-Pacific Theater ribbon .p. i NK-pUpfT'pF i ipUlC EMD* -J iut Hour" ). )F SIX BOTTLES |0M BOTTLE HONL I! IS* On terminal leave, Lt. Melivn J. Richard, USNR, will resume his law practice on Miami Beach when he reverts to inactive status Feb. 10. Richard served overseas with a PT squadron, then was assigned to Scotland to enter France with invasion forces. In Belgium, he joined the Third British and First Canadian Armies, and when the wa* ended was stationed at Bremerhaven, Germany, only American port in that country. He was overseas 18 months. His wife and son live at 7726 Carlyle ave. Prior to service, Lt. Richard was associate municipal judge on Miami Beach for two years. On his way home after 23 months in the Southwest Pacific is Sgt. Louis August, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael August, 447 S. W. 28th rd., who is being processed for return to the U. S. at the 28th Replacement depot on Leyte. Landing at Guadalcanal in February, 1944, Sgt. August served as mess sergeant with the 28th Special Services company and participated in operations at Guadalcanal, New Hebrides, Cebu, Russel Islands, New Caledonia and Leyte. He was awarded the American Theater ribbon: Asiatic Pacific ribbon with one campaign star, Philippine Liberation ribbon with one campaign star, Victory ribbon and Good Conduct medal. 1 Mr*. Adele Roaenwald Levy yPL To Quiz Audience At Tuesday Meeting An audience participation quiz program will be featured at the second open meeting of the Young Peoples league at the Miami Beach Jewish Center 8 p.m. Tuesday. Miss Shirley Ross will direct the program. Prizes will be awarded to participants. Sam Dresner will lead the group in community singing. Membership in the league is open to men and women over 18 years of age. In addition to the meetings, the YPL holds dances at the Center every Sunday evening. services. He received special commendation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for his work on radar. Another brother, Cpl. Martin Greenbaum. is still in the Pacific area. They are the sons of the Reuben Greenbaums of the Ocean Spray hotel. After more than two years' service with the 30th engineers in North Africa and Italy. Pvt. Richard S. Greenbaum has been discharged from the Army and will complete his education in sociology at the University of Miami. His brother. S-Sgt. John R. Greenbaum, is back from the Pacific after three and a half years' Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Inatructara Agency for Drlvera Llcanaea And AuU Tan FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch„ Ph. 6-6082 MM. Adele Rosenwald Levy, noted New York eoromunal leader and philanthropist, has been eleeted chairman of the National Women'* Division of the $100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewith Appeal, for relief and rehabilitation in Europe, for refugee settlement and development in Palestine, and for aid to newcomers in the United States. Immediately after Mrs. Levy asmined her new duties, she departed by plane for Europe to conduct a firsthand survey of conditions among Jews in Europe who have survived the ravac.es of war and persecution. Mrs. Levy will make a special study of the needs of Jewish ehildren orphaned by IWi persecution overseas and how these needs can be met by the agencies rep. resented in the unprecedented 19-toUnited Jewish Appeal campaign — the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refuiee Service. Pharmacists Licensed Meyer Solly Friedman. Isador Gorenstein, Edward Mauerberger and Mrs. Rose P. Miller of Miami Beach were among 80 pharmacists licensed by the Florida board, of pharmacy at its annual meeting in Gainesville last week. rATE—MIAMI BEACH IAMI 1EACH AND INVESTMENT [PROPERTIES pRONSTON, Realtor srthy Real Eatate Service %  Id. Ph.: 6-6(61 I iif1 ltd i"1 C :%  WlTlJ S LEASES SALES Homes. Hotels Commercial Bldgs. GILLER, Realtor %  aah. 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!, PAGE FOURTEEN 'JeHistfkridtolL FRIDAY, JANUAR Y 25, 1945 National Commander To Install JWV Officers Philanthropist Named UNVEIL I_NG_ Red Cross Chairman For 5100,000,000 Drive Newly elected officers of Fr< la Markow itz post No. 174, Jewish War Veterai lied bv Maxwell G h< n. r com%  S v. Dr. %  S. T OPA 1 tor. v '-11 be guest G 1 loc. 1 % % %  un 1 s. n will follow .. en at tin' I Mark sts in I C In n, 1 a vel I %  %  I G ivt ..:.:... i sis s % %  --. three £ ; net i V '. ; %  : visil I I st. ... The unveiling of a n to the memory of the late Mrs Minnie Engler. mother and Molly Enjjler. will take 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the "**•"" Rabbis Call Attention To Children's Needs ns. i stressed : cared 11 %  • %  Id 1; s1 F 0>. •• 1 was %  i % %  V • %  WornS M • -• %  .' %  •:. I OSS •• % %  %  %  "' • of 1 '""• %  %  '' %  -• %  I > %  .. \V Sh.ii I the t "... : 1. as 1 A d a '. 5 at t h I to I Mr s. .She was : .. %  %  G '•. N X.-.val St.-,! No. 2. at ; H rvey D G n. 0 A : I \\Vst n the 11 • ; %  S • IS '• H the M N ... • %  •; %  H :. %  Xi ROTH FEIBELMAN TO GET DRAFT AWARDS SdectiveSc *J$ county's draft 1 2 P.m. \ % v.ce.wiU will receive N • Roth who No. 3 and n, of local N 10. ZOA Executive To Speak At Luncheon Harold Goldenbcru, execeth. board member of the Zionist Or eanizatlon of America, will art dress the next meeting of the Mi ami Beach Zionist Luncheon c\X Wednesday at the Strand rest.,, rant at 12:0 p.m. Goldi-nberg i" j leader of the Zionist effort in the Minneapolis ana. Leo Hermann, Becretary-gM oral of the Palestine National Fund, was guest speaker at the luncheon meeting this week. "In Vain Does Your Physician Prescribe the Right Remedy Unless the Pharmacist Prepares the Remedy Right." The Prescription Center 405 LINCOLN ROAD at WASHINGTON AVENUE Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Promptly to Any Part of Miami Beach At Your Service Day and Night Telephone 5-6737 • Modern. Scientific Prescription Laboratory 0 MARCELLE Hypo-Allergenic Cosmetici • Feminine Hygiene Department • Nationally Advertised Vitamins PRESCRIPTIONS—Our Specialty ACCURACY AND QUALITY—Our Motto YOUR DOCTOR'S WISH—Our Order • te v Gruir.et. soi V Cold Hands.. Warm Heart ii 1 1 n etfts, v • .-. thes-gloves, ... ceded. Dig 1 .--; %  VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION &f •r C>;-iec. Rili# jA#7*3t ~ % %  Ji-.-f Elt*tM .:-.-t.tivi > P •.-;-.! tl NAT G A N S ".' %  -. 1 %  ( Co, NT S u 1 > i*l S .-: P; 14 .- iJ* LIBERAL DIVIDENDS ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EACH =cc< is insured scie to Sc by fc ; Servings end Loan Insurance Corpc: HUSBA: WIFE m C y inves! a to'o] of s:s::: .-.:-..-. bs :.....insui >-% % %  1 ?s accounts s to: Trusi Funds .-.; % % %  •f Suarcicns Adas FUN?S invested on 01 before the '" % %  -• the month Ban as oi th, 1 8 ;: fc e ^ rent NATIONALLY FAMOUS GREYHOUND STARS Matched IN 10 GREAT RACES • • EVERY WEEKDAY NITE


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„ DA Y. JANUARY 25, 1946 +Jelsii fhiiHtn PAGE ELEVEN RECTORS FLY Grossman and Jack Lsh executive directors of the Kmi and Miami Beach Ys. will to New Orleans Sundav to ,end the Tulane university hool of Social Work from Jan. [to Feb. 1. %  Theme of the group work scmt r will be community planning Eh emphasis n youth activities. fcresentatives of the Campfire tls Girl Scouts, National Jew[Welfare board (Jewish Ceni division), National Federation Isettlements and Young Worn| s Christian association will Jus'jacobson, JWB southern Id supervisor, and Miss Miriam ihraim, of the Jewish Center Vision, will conduct additional Lions' for JWB workers. Injded in the program is a disIsion of the Miami Y's House tncil, which is a planning body groups affiliated with the Y. A meeting of the National Asliation of Jewish Center WorkT Southern chapter, of which pssman is chairman, will be I during the week. "LEGAL NOTICES -THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT XV11 POR DADE COUNTY, |l.01tll'.\IN I'II" HATE. No 1709S re: Estate of SAMUEL D. OES.!. eased. NOTIOK TO CI.KWTORS Ml Credlloi u i All Parson* HavIIClaims or Demands Against Said I %  ''' %  <>u. anil earh f you, Are hereby I required to present any %  us and demands whlrh vou, or IIT iif you.^may have aaainat the |te of SAMUEL B. GESNER, <1e%  •<]. late of Dade County, Florida. |li.' II"ii W P lil.AN'To.V, County "I Dade County, and file the in his office In the County Inhouse In Dade County, Florida. Jil" elRhl calendar nmnilw from |c bnrreil. "Section 1*0 of the 1D33 Probate |ate Januarv 9. A. P. i!Hl FLORENCE fJESNER Admir -•:..!• i ,,< the Estate of Samuel ii. Qesner, deceased. Ittorney for Administratrix. 1-18-25 : l llluill GREATER MIAMI STRICTLY KOSHER Double Rooms and Board Good Location—Reasonable Prices 1348 S. W. Second St. For Reservations for Dinners Phone 3-7539 We've Thought of Everythinq At THE DORCHESTER Collini Are. at 19th Si. OPEN And Accepting Reservations Private Beach and Pool Private Parking Space DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Strictly Kosher Cuisine ITIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT nnirR K ," K R* DB BOUNTY. OHIPA. IN I'ltoiiATE. No 1705R ReESTATE OF DAVID K. tl>. I >• %  • .NOTICE TO rrtKPITOItS IUIcreditors and All persons tfavV Demands Against pl'l Esl % %  Jon, andI each of you. nro hereby %  neuur r it Ii %  ervwl ID INraoleat ptar In town from 4 %o midnight. Sew Orleans eulsln* — Mime by Marty Kaye at tha plane In tli* rorktall lounge. 628 S. MIAMI AVE, PHONE 2-8771 s XT3EZ STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM ALDEN HOTEL 2925 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH Under Management of GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER Blumenfeld's FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue—Miami Beach Closed Every Monday DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STBAND RESTAURANT W.ishi-/ton Avv m% 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED -|IY) i l'ti. i> in Hi mi nl i|| lli. lMi-*nil 4l,w Telephone 58 2979 •i II..II .i in .i RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Enjoy A Real Good Jewish Kosher Meal Af The London Arms Hotel 727 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264 STEAKS, CHOPS. CHICKEN and OTHER VARIETIES $2.50 SERVED FROM 5:30 to 8:00 P. M. MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR YOUR PARTY Catering to Weddings, Banquets and Bar Milzvah Parties The 1 Only Ini\ RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4058 Open D.nly and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M. TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING The Best Meal in Town 645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478 SPECIALIZING IN SHORE DINNERS SELECT STEAKS Dining Weekly Except Monday. 5 to 11 Sunday, 12 to 11 1 A3\**ut&*(jktfS*>~4* 829 BISCAYNH PHOKt3-6817 I BLVD. 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 REVLIN HOTEL PAPPY'S MIAMI BEACH AIR CONDITIONED 9 A.M.-3 A.M. Specializing In ... FINE FOODS COLLINS AT 20TH BROILED STEAKS Prime Ribs of Beef Tli Bill nlqu llalai ill liMlif lilt aa MIIBI liita Uiit r Mirlila it HaHOlD "HtL" MWILl The Fines! International Cuisine in ihe World TAIII.K D'HOTE and A I.A CARTE Imported Ckampagnet and rare Wlnn o' old vintage — choice Liqueurs Music hv i II Alt I Ii: BUBECK ami III* OrrhPfllra Illniirr Mnilc DANCING DatO 1 Nu Cover Charce Hi-irMiti,iin Call i.m is, RH-:5yl £1 Worocco RESTAURANT^BAR I OKI VIllAS Collins Av*. at 33rd St. Miami Baach



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?m FRIDAY. lANUARYjS^ +Jewish Meridian PAGE THIRTEEN They Need Your Help WhatYOUCanDo! / Get together off the clothing you can spare. 2 Take It to your local collection depot Immediately. 3 Volunteer ome spare time to your local committee. Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TO DA Y >i overcoats


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' I iiUawislbJP^yto Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Se'cond Avenue^ IJjJ P. O. Box 2973 ^r^,ZT~~ Published Everr^iday Sine. 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 )ear. S3 .00, S.x Momns. 2 Years, So.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. Ne%vs_Editor_ VOLUME 19 NUMBER 4 Mian;: 18. Florida, Friday, January -?• : 4 '' SHEVAT 23. 57 A VALUABLE SERVICE Leaders of the organized community frowned upo e tablishment of the National Children's Cardiac Hcrr.e seven ago. They had no quarrel with the purpose of the Hon considered that it would be a drain and an additional I on the residents of Greater Miami when so many otnei pro ects needed immediate attention in a growing communil Results accomplished by a small group e: men imbued witl ideals and determination have brought into fruition something concrete that will be pointed out with pride by visitors ar.a :es.dents alike in years to come The Home has received i • throughout the country and has furthered :e".:e: :: juvenile cardiac ailments. The Home is supported fcy c local chapter and s.x charters in Northern states Through these, it :der.-::.es itseli as a national agency. It represents a total Investment c: ever 51 This yecr alone the Homes b :dge: rah; ::: the expenditure of S60.000. At prese.-.t 4C children ere residents a: the H:me.^Before the year is out there will be c:::r.rr.::::::r.s :;: : :.-.:.arer. since three new buildings have just beer, completed. Future plans call for the care of approximately 150 patients. The project is run on a nonsectarian besis. The Greater Miami chapter's Spenser s Jarr.beree Sunday should be not only an instrumentality :c: serur.r.a funds but one clso of rejoicing end ccmmendcdcn far a valuable service TO RANSOM AND REDEEM Out of the mouths c: eyewitnesses came these poigncn: words ct the United Jewish Appeal conference Sunday S: few yet so meaningful, these phrases say so much in ;c little r.eacl them slowly, grasp their import, understand ihei: significance and you too will comprehend the need :cr ar\cr. "From the depths oi despair :: the heights :: c.rce ca.n their hearts have felt, agony &er -. L .~irve sees =:.. drenched with blood, fertilized wtri .::.-.-. ::..-.: ;e:_-e ::r justice, fairness and equality ._•; --; ; -;::..:.: :-'.-..; :: has a definite purpose ncr.e **-"* ;;:::•; v.-r .cc....to ransom and redeem The fate of our brethren has bee: : : .i. z:.:.-= forth these expressions of the preser.-. ana iej .-.::::: .-.e future We must help them. We must supscrt -^ Z: r r.e.r.ea "eWAppeal. Personally Speaking C0NT NUED_FROM PACE 2) AROUND AND ABOUT : Mr end Mrs Louis Gordon, j vacationing a. the Sea We. announce the marriage of their 1 daughter. Elayne, to Samuel Decker Washington D. C businessman Rabbi Sau Ap pelbaum will officiate at the 1 ceremony 1 p %  Sunday in : a private home on Rivo Alto Bland. The couple wi 1 honey moon in Havana and Mexico netcte going to Washington to : Max Shapiro will join .... ..:d N. Cardinal of zqi and Dr. Edward Hill-a-, of North Carolina at Welch -cent Government hos.:. ; [ytona next week to — near on a program sponsored ':v the National Conference ol Christian and Jews. M, Mrs. Charles Bela:.;:: c: 3199 S W. 26th st. were hosts to a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. Chnoko on the oc.. c: their 50th wedding anniversary this week ... Dr. F :=e 5a;? of Newark, N. I., ••'••as luncheon hostess last Wednesday athe home ol Mr. and Mrs. SaulKleinberg 1732 James ave. Fish :aught .:. Miami waters by Capt Edward Kaufman, who is vacationing with his mother at the Traymore "'as teatured on IN COLLEGIATE SETTINGS Sladys Novack is the author of an article en recce Techniques which appears in the 2C anniversary edition of the Distaff rritical-Uterary quarterly published at Florida State ...-.-. T ::: Women Annette Vitskv :: Miami Beacn pi ivs is French born with the FSCW ercneaua Dick Gerstein h is beer, named sports editor of the Ic.s ... versity c: Miami yearbock Alec Cc.deerg will serve :; coed: :: :: the veterans' sec! yearbook %  New Tau Epsilon Phis rersity e: Miami chapter are CITIZEN NUMBER ONE Recognition oi an individual during bis ..:e\..-s e propriate than posthumous adoration ana tributes :f "--'-'--" %  •'-'service and accomplishment. The inspiraticne va'ue"alone ius tifies the extension of this practice. But this tribute should be deserving ana e d Out : a consistent manner by the sponsor. 1: must ring true consonance with the character o: the bestower and pay tribute in a sincere, conscientious fashion. To do otherwise brands thaort as hypocrisy. It leaves one with a bad taste and ob-terote. rt entire meaning of the award. A recent incident in our own community kes this m ment Far more serious consideration should hav--'-.""' voted to the selection of Citizen No. 1. W would tike to of that individual as one with a rrc-e liberal -~ -V~*" %  w^every ac, would bespeak the condS tSSdt & New MJOC Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Karger Mrs. E. Karger was elected president of the newlv-f Sisterhood of the Miami Ji Orthodox Congregation and Talmud Torah last Wednesday night. She has called a meeting for Wednesday evening. Jan 30, at 590 5. W. l.th ave.. to plan for the reb. 1, concert the Sisterhood will sponsor. The Rev. Maurice Mamches wil be guest artist at the concert. Elected with Mrs. Karger were Mrs. M. Kupferstein. first vice president: Mrs. J. Zalis. second vice president: Mrs. S. Geltner recording secretary: Mrs. D. Och*' financial secretary: Mrs. A. M Bear, treasurer, and Miss F. Prefer, corresponding secretary. New members are the Mesdames E. Shochet. A. Peppei. M Mintzer, H. Rothenberg. D. Sin^ei M. Rifas. D Stmon. M R<.ppr*\rt' T = Mo:e Fendrick ncnert Bcuer -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mudty Confidential .By PHINEAS J. BIRON. B'NAI B'RITH DISTRICT MEET IN SAVANNAH been s> l< • • %  • %  .. .. • %  ': T V % %  : M ^ou :: second %  %  • %  list • -.: • • th Bnci B:it n st II %  %  £1 : I G. K, j : Fl ioi Anti-Del • „ Scheduled : %  !" .£ tessional PL""," for Hlllt -' and the further implementation of the ADL proa. sm aJli? iJ**} kin Tal.anoffs ^stant made trips to Lakeland RM, Wt^sm ADt,v,,uV :ord Tennenbcum, Kenne%  :. [ickkew Sidney Weiner M Monis Harvey Goldsteic Neil Pasmantur, Jack :. Manuel Odze. Don:'. i Schlesinger, David Bloomberg lames Spingarn, Milton S::c::: Arnold Arons and Irving jehringei ... Henry Bamber and Maurice Levinson of Miami Beach have been elected rhcncelloi and bureau of the newly rated TEP :haptei ::• the University of r^cr.da Melvin Levinson of Miami is the new scribe NOTES AND NAMES Dr. Albert K. Epstein, ZOA executive board member from Chicago was guest lecturer at the Beth Jacob Adult institute this week. The institute meets each Wednesday night s and Women's divisions of Mizrachi will meet in the Community building of Beth lacob tomorrow evening at 8 Temple Beth Sholom schedules club meetings for boys and girls from 12 to 14 years of age every Saturday at 7 p. m and a Young Folks' dance every Sunday at 8 p. m. for men and women over 18 years of aqe. /,.., isi Frant K II. \\ a ,\ and rompanj acted qui>-kl> !"" il Kv It. ii Riihard-,, n IA.IIIIIM Mirtlar> ol ihr I roll -i.nii \. lion i iniimilti %  %  alien ••" ill, nllun i" HI "i' 1 N mitii in< il< "' il ,,i hail irn •! in nV< > ll > .,,,,, .1 ||, p. t -..t>I|. I .III' till -I""ii arili .Ii -il 'I" 'Irk nilh "I .Hill l 'II It I. Ill-llllN, ^ oil m i iiii.i--i.-n. i "I I'olin \iiliin w \\ .ill.ni.l. i. icn "triil in hilumllinc "I • .i I rai iul |>i lire in liiill partiiu HI li> il -'it ii I i;| laki imii.. ••! 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JI-U -i.ii. .mil i t authoritative!) lli.il "there inol a ninaie Jew mi tin hoard ul ihe \ .it. ,1 I'r, ... lii.I ml..I I'H ... tin Int. rM.ili.nial NiSen ire, tin American New*. papel I'MIIII-II. r-" \ alii.ii. |h( Vlll "".' S I ) ,,f Newpaper Kdii..rami tInVudil Bureau of I nnilation" \\, ,|„„t |gk.. ,|,.„ •I.Hlt the Brave," which wa rerenlli |i iliii.d on Broadwaj ... r !" Lion pla) dealt iili il"' ulijeri ..( II ti-m in ill.\rm> Il lu.! in; and .Iramalir impa. I Il II wriltrn and -n| rbl> irled II-lar. Jo-rpli Prvne>. who pi ll„J.wi-h toldirr, will In -n.ilrl up b) ll"llv> I '"'I I '" J ,,iiaI.nii* ..Hi' JMIIIIM I II. YI-I tinpla) fail l di %  ml ma) rl da) II" -,,n ilimple, Inn the iuthor dm know ii In-ii.nl of irritini perpetrator! of aiUi"Seniilini rl ,ill. Laurrnti piyehoanaKiei J. v. i -Ii victim and nir.Ili III "' •".-mill-in \nd lhal 'ihf ill ,il.|. weakncM f "Homi "I Brave. MisiilliirtY With ili. Jewish roi Th.J.wi-h Communil Danzig now lin* rrorfuiuri, m ii. I.niu mad.' f-.r ibr '•'"' "' '*" J.i-li reremonial object" which W itproprrt] and which li"l been p.i-ii. d for nafckccpinf il il" I* !" I In ..InKiial S.-ininar\ of \m.-rir ... •Hi, -w.,r.l of ihe l.onl." whirhr* n-.lf an "independent hrirfian % % %  IN." .1 nol make a er) hriaw impr.-ion Iieditor. Evng I-I John K. Rice, u-i ralhfi *• viniMie, clannish lone in hi • inci The week!) >publi.nrd lllinoii If >u hai '"•",*"," derini what haI i %  "" Schulbcra. author of *Vhal **] Samm) Hun." jmn will 1inlerr la know thai Kudd reccnlh retynw from Nurembeni He helped l>* panihe film evid. n.. that a* """ al ihe Nuremberg trialnunili II. I..' p t .v ii 8 s n '• nil new-rpapei owneri were Jewiih, <.r ,,m l *< did have Jewiih repre• %  ntalivei ...i 1R ) „ r all of the new* P ,Dr %  lion boardi would thai luMif) intiSemiHi propaganda aboul a J, wuh-conlrolled prew?" Vt, ''•'"^ ) %  •'' 1' wll inlentiom, Mr It..I.I.. but really. .1,..,. MatiMic. y futlh and m.anmgl.... ami pla..lewnh achievement in Vmeriri on a •piola l..ii. 'I IM 1,1,,,. Hiejwith SCHOOL HEAD SEEKS -A 'i" ^AuSStZS^Z HOMES FOR TEACHERS A: tment house %  : .-., ... 1 '• • • : • %  •'' • •• % %  %  : •. unty scl •' %  te 1 istng : bk-m in h. Gr. ti M we are losing teachen and exlay and face a short personnel in the countj hool 8yst em." w,| S on He k, that persons with • VP':'." • %  %  ;""'* wt,tr*.rwS R't^rvd rhnaa JMbm Uurcn,..'. ^ •W* n ln,e„.„„ „,„ Hw M Division Breakfast To Feature Nadich Fired bv the sessions M %  Sunday's all day Interpretive•; %  ference of the United Jc*'-'| Appeal. Joseph Stein, chairman • j the Initial Gifts division : 1946 Combined Jewish APP is invitmE a select RTOUP of I residents to a private bn at the White House boU 1, '• Sunday. • Lt. Col. Judah Nadich. P** I advisor on Jewish affairs to Gea I Eisenhower, will be the ^xuest oi %  honor and will speak infon*"*l to the group. The Initial 0£i Division expects to raise J w,| stantial portion of the 1946 goal%  Circle To Sponsor Artists' Concert C h a y e 1 e Grober and Packer, nationally known an I of the Jewish stage, radio a" I concerts, will appear at the 'a"l Beach High school Feb. 3 und* I the auspices of the Workmen l Circle. Branch No. 692. I The program will '^ J' de d number of new songs. SK'U> VJ recitations. Proceeds will >*; u: *J for thrupkeep of the Ore* s YicWtsh schools ^trnffAgS-m^A