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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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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VOLUME 17-
NUMBER 36
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Wishineton (JTA)A peti-
,wn signed by 500,000 American
Sens of every creed and ex-
action urging the establish-
ment of a special intergovern-
mental committee to rescue Jews
from occupied Europe was pre-
sented this week at the White
House to General Edwin Martin
Watson, secretary to President
Roosevelt, by a delegation of
Jewish and Christian religious
leaders. The petition also asked
for admittance of refugees to
Palestine.
Earlier, the delegation head-
ed by Rabbi Eliezer Silver,
president of the Union of Or-
thodox Rabbis of the United
States and Archibishop Athena-
joras of the Greek Orthodox
Church called at the British Em-
bassy and were received by John
Russell, Embassy secretary.
After a brief meeting with the
majority and minority leaders
of both Houses of Congress in
the office of Rep. John McCor-
mack, Mass.. Democrat, the
delegation held a ceremony on
the steps of the Capital in which
the petition was given to the
Congressional leaders. The dem-
onstration was planned by the
Emergency Committee to Save
the Jewish People of Europe.
REFUGEES
I
1 BELIEF. WORK
Rome (JTA)Jewish refugees
in southern Italy are helping to
coordinate the work of furnish-
ing relief and assisting in the
rehabilitation of 2,500 of their
number residing in refugee cen-
ters.
The early part of each month.
j*o refugees from each center
'n Ban. the province of Poten-
a and tin- camps at Feramonte
and Santa Maria di Bagni meet
"V un inf *nich discusses the current
Pn-blcm. affectinfl the refugees,
'w "parliament" which dis-
cusses the current problems af-
'ing the refugees, is the brain-
ed of the Joint Distribution
uxnimttee,
Max Perlman, the JDC rcpre-
th i Lvc in southern Italy, says
fiat ,hc set-up is not only pro-
i*,nB a highly satisfactory |
cndnnel 0| distributing relief
Provided by American Jewry.
er,M Uls" makinK available a
pnSl Slor<' of Personal experi-
\TT and knowledge on which
linn u '" or8anizing rehabilita-1
"on schemes.
RACIAL DISTINCTIONS
ABOLISHED IN FRANCE
IS REPORT BY RADIO
London (JTA)The American '
Broadcasting Station in Europe i
(Absie) reported this week in a'
broadcast to Fiance that all
racial distinctions had been1
abolished throughout France,
and that the word "Jew" must
not appear on any identification
paper.
At the same time, the rein-
statement of "all officials who
had been dismissed by the Vichy
government for racial reasons"
was ordered by Rene Capitan.
Secretary-General for National
Education of the French Com-
mittee of National Liberation.
The order was broadcast over
the Paris radio. Further orders
covering the restitution of con-
fiscated property to Jewish own-
ers are expected to be issued in
Parish shortly.
JEWISH REFUGEES ARE
IN SWITZERLAND FROM
FRANCE AND ITALY
[
T
DEATH CHAMBERS
New York (JTA)More than,
1,000 Jewish refugees from Italy
and France have been admitted
during the last few weeks to
Switzerland, it was reported
here by the Hias-Ica Emigration
Association. A list containing
the names of these refugees was
transmitted to the Hias-Ica here-
by its office in Lisbon.
The Hias office in New York
L
II) RAYMOND A DAV1ES
Lublin, (JTA) Arriving here
this week this correspondent
established that two-thirds of
the more than 1,500,000 men. wo-
men and children annihilated by
the Germans in the "death cham-
bers" of the notorious Majdanek i friends' in" Switzerland''for Tiv~
this week announced that on
the basis of a special U. S.
Treasury license, it is able to
transmit funds from American
residents to their relatives and
"extermination camp" near Lub-
lin were Jews.
ing expenses and to enable their
release from refugee camps. The
I also found that about 1,000 i announcement said that the Hias
London (JTA)German meas-
ures against Jews in occupied
countries, including their segre-
gation in ghettos, are consider-
ed war crimes, it was stated here
by Sir Cecil Hurst, chairman of
the United Nations War Crimes
Commission and vice-president
of the Hague Court of Interna-
tional Justice.
Atrocities committed upon
Jews in Axis countries are be-
ing uncovered by the commis-
sion, Sir Cecil told a press con-
ference. He pointed out. how-
ever, that at present the au-
thority of the commission does
not extend to acts committed
by the Axis nations on their own
territory against individuals of
their own nationality because of
their race, religion or political
opinions.
Although the leaders of the
United Nations have announced
their intention to exact retri-
bution for these atrocities, such
as the persecution of German
Jews, punishment for these of-
fenses will be a problem for the
Allied occupation authorities in
Germany, the war crimes com-
mission head said. He added that
the ciinus against Jews in Po-
land are under study in London
as a special problem which the
United Nations policy of re-
tribution will face.
Jews succeeded in miraculously
escaping death and were the only
Jews surviving in Lublin and
vicinity, which was liberated by
the Russian Army. Only fifty of
them are residents of Lublin
where 48,000 Jews resided before
the war. The remainder were
brought from other sections of
Poland for extermination.
Many of the survivors have
relatives in the United States
and Palestine. Their names have
been cabled to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in New York.
| Their addresses are registered
with the Komitct Zydowski at
Lubline. the Jewish Committee
of Lublin.
It must be remembered that
survival of Jews in Poland under
the Nazis is in itself a miracle.
has lists containing the name of
about 20,000 Jewish refugees
now living in Switzerland.
Washington (JTA) "The
work of wiping out discrimina-
tion in industry is not the job
ot a private agency but should
be carried on by an agency such
as the Fair Employment Prac-
tices Committee," Rabbi J. X.
Cohen, chairman of the com-
mission on economic problems
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, told a Senate education
and labor sub-committee this
week.
Testifying in support of the
establishment of a permanent
commission to penalize discrim-
ination in industry, Rabbi Cohen
stressed the extent of pre-war
discrimination and said that it
, was "a pattern of what we may
anticipate in the post-war per-
iod" unless "economic states-
manship is employed."
Only 13 of the 48 states have
legislation against discrimina-
tion in employment, Milly
Brandt, national chairman of the
1 legislative committee of the
i American Jewish Congress, told
Lublin. August 30. (JTA)The the subcommittee: "Federal leg-
first contact between Polish Jews islation," she said "is imperative
who survived extermination
in order to cure discrimination
in employment coming within
in
the notorious German "death
camp", near Lublin, and their | the purview ot the Federal Gov-
The survival of 1,000 Jews in the j relatives in the United States was en
area where Jews were massacred established here today by the
in the hundreds of thousands is J correspondent of the Jewish Telc-
an act surpassing human under- ; graphic Agency who arrived here
standing. This was emphasized honi Moscow.
REFUGEE WORKER ON
HIS WAYJTO FRANCE
nn?ob,ej1 Prance, (JTA)Noel
tor tnd, Fleld- formerly direc-
tho it Marseilles office of
< ur,itarian Service Commit-
ftut^w1 horc tnis week cn"
,"" to Marseilles from Geneva
Jw?hl's,1R,aU" tno situation of
c no. F?d ':ther *u8ees who
fon *Tench citizens, in an ef-
E r;'i:;!;,blish rel,cf activ-
ciJiLF'('ld; wtl" will be the first
inB ;V' ;iRC0 wo>"ker return-
corrpl "!J,h,',n France, told the
rauh.r Adtnt of ,ho Jl'wisn Tcle-
tV Pr !*ency 'hat the Maquis,
here f pansans, brought him
,h*ush Ih" ,lH' -.Swiss frontier
road Th "' u"derground rail-
"iee ? passage through prov-
2 un h''ld by the Germans
* uneventful, he stated.
STATE ill BRITH
ELECTS OFFICERS
Election of officers for the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges took place together
with other business at the two-
day session over labor day week-
end. ,
Elected were Nat Shorstein of
Jacksonville as president and
first vice president, Morrice
Uman of Tampa; vice president
for the North East region. Philip
Selber of Jacksonville; vice pres-
ident for the North West region.
A J. Gross of Tallahassee; vice
president for the Central region.
Rabbi Skop of Orlando; vice
president for the South EM
region. Jack Kapner of West
Palm Beach; secretary. Dr. Mat-
thew Drosdoff of Gainesville
treasurer. Harry Moskowv.ts of
Lakeland; A. D. L. charm.. .
Jerome Freehling of Miami. Hi -
lei chairman. Morris Witter, of
Jacksonville and A Z. A. chair-
man, Milton A. Friedman of Mi-
ami.
by Dr. Emil Sommerstein, Jew-
ish member of the Polish Com-
mittee of National Liberation and
head of the Reparations Depart-
ment of that committee, which
is recognized in Moscow as the
temporary government of the
liberated part of Poland.
Interviewed by this correspond-
ent, Dr. Sommerstein, prominent
Zionist leader and member of
the pre-war Polish parliament,
expressed the hope that the num-
ber of Jews remaining in the
Lublin district may rise to 2,500
since many of the survivors are
still in the woods and on farms
where they hid from the Ger-
' mans for more than three years.
He estimated that in all Poland
' no more than 100,000 Jews can
have survived, in addition to
those who were saved by evacu-
ation into the U.S.S.R. prior to
the German attack on Russia.
U.S. FORCES 1"CT HAVE
jRELIGIOUSJSUPPLIESi
New York (JTA)The Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board re-
ports that special religious sup- |
I plies have been shipped to the,
| U S. armed services all over
the world to enable Jewish men i
I and women in uniform to ob- ,
serve the forthcoming Jewish |
high holidays which begin on
The correspondent was inform-
ed that two-thirds of the more
than 1,500.000 men, women and
children annihilated by the Ger-
mans in the "gas chambers" of
the Majdanek camp were Jews.
He found that only about 1.000
Jews succeeded in escaping
death. They were the only Jews
surviving in Lublin and the vi-
cinity, which was liberated by
the Russian Armv.
Many of those Jews have rel-
atives in the United States, and
the correspondent of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency obtained
VATICAN REFUSES
E
London, (JTA).Vatican auth-
orities have refused the request
of Palestine's chief rabbis for an
audience with the pope to dis-
cuss measures to save the Jews
of Hungary, according to a Jer-
their* nSm* taTto&mtata to "ft|JJ^ga in
America. Only fifty*of the sur-1 ,ht' London Jewish Chronical.
viving Jews are residents of Lub-
lin where 48.000 Jews resided be-
fore the war. The remainder
were brought by the Gestapo
from other sections of Poland for
extermination.
The stated list of the Jews in
Lublin whose relatives live in
the United States is on file
the Jewish Flondian office.
at
OVER MAYORALTY
Jerusalem. JTA).Tension be-
September 18th. The shipments | f ;md Arabs hpre on
I include a million greeting cards.
50,000 leaflets explaining the
.significance of Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur, more than
150.000 copies of a new edition
of the Board's High Holiday
prayer book and 200 Shofars
made in Palestine. Also ample
stocks of prayer shawls.
the issue of whether the mayor
of Jerusalem should be an Arab
or a Jewprecipitated by the BULGARIA
recent death of the Moslem may-
or Mustapha Bey Khalidi in-
creased this week when Arab
aldermen threatened to boycott
the sessions of the municipal
council unless an Arab is ap-
I pointed mayor, while Jews in-
YEHUDI MENUHIN HAb sisted that the new mayor must
A Vatican spokesman said
that all measures suggested by
the chief rabbis have already
been carried out and nothing fur-
ther can be achieved at an in-
terview with the pope. They
added that a papal legate will
visit Palestine shortly, at which
time the rabbis will have a fur-
ther opportunity to discuss the
Vatican's role in rescuing the
Jews.
The paper also reports that the
steamer Bella Citta, which was
planning to leave Constanza with
150 Jewish children bound for
Palestine, has been held up as
a result of war developments in
Rumania. A Turkish vessel
named the Smyrna is also await-
ing an opportunity to leave Ru-
mania with 2.000 to 3,000 refu-
gees, the report adds.
TPCT TT PT AY IN PARIS be a Jew since the majority of
LEFT TO FLA I UN r*WU0 ^ inhamtants and taxpayers
New York (JTA) Yehudi
Menuhin. famed Jewish violin-
I ist has left for Paris where he
Will be the first internationally-
known performer to play in the
French capital since it Wi 0C-
Buy War Bonfrs and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
are Jewish.
The Arab press is supporting
the demand of the Arab alder-
men for the appointment by the
Palestine Government of an Arab
mayor. The Jewish press, on
ABOLISHES
ALL ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
Istanbul (JTA) The Sofia
radio this week broadcast a
lengthy explanatory statement
concerning the abolition by the
Bulgarian government of anti-
Jewish legislation, emphasizing
that all confiscated property will
be returned to Jews and that
the decree covers all anti-Jewish
measures whether of a "politi-
cal, moral or police character."
The statement says that the
abolition applies to all decrees
ItZ* h\" the Germans, it was the otner nano. wains m-i u
!UpJfi hr- this week This is Jewish mayor is not appointed,
earned here this wee*. ,. Jpws of the city will insist
n accordance with an informal
asreement between the violin-
ist and Gen. de Gaulle made 10
London last year, Menuhin,w,
f.rst tour army installations in
England and nothern France be-
fore proceeding to Pans.
the other hand, warns that if a issued under the "law for de-
fense of the state" as well as
the cabinet order of August 29,
1942. All restrictions are abol-
ished including the wearing of
yellow badges, prohibitions on
freedom of movement, places of
residence or practice of profes-
sions.
the Jews of the city
that the government divide Jer-
usalem into Jewish and Arab sec-
tions with separate muncipal
councils.
Keep on buying War Bonds.






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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lctvin
.ire announcing the birth of a
laughter, Susan Barbara, on
August 15th in Washington, D.
C Mrs. Letvin is the former
Sophie Nehani of Miami Beach,
.laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ns Neham.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rothbcrg,
1526 Michigan Ave.. announce
i he birth of a daughter, Elaine
Sara, on August 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robin-
Sin, 557 Michigan Ave., an-
nounce the birth of a son on
Sept. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Raskin,
1035 Pennsylvania Ave. announce
the birth ot* a son on Sept. 6.
A daughter was born Sept. 1
to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Co-
305 Jefferson Ave.
The wedding of Miss Ruth
Nell Shapiro, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Shapiro. 336
N. W. 10th Ave.. Miami, and
Pfc. David Louis Samowitz will
take place at Beth David Syn-
agogue, Sunday. September 10th
at 4 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate. Friends are in-
vited to attend. A reception will
follow the ceremony.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Senior High school and
a member of the National Honor
society. Mr. Samowitz. son of
Mrs. Sophie Samowitz, Brook-
lyn. N. Y., was graduated from
Seward Park Higli school and
attended Brooklyn college. He is
stationed here at the 36th St.
airport.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen-
blitt, 1580 S. W. 2nd St.. an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of then-
son, Charles A., at services Bat-
Mr, and Mrs. Herman Wepman
are in Chicago, where Mr. Wep-
is convalescing at Prcsby-
Hospital after a serious
in. Tin .' expect to be
in Miami after September
Mr. and Mrs. Myron M New-
their daughti r Elyse, and
Newman's fiance, Bm 2'c
Seymour Gladstone. U S N R,
spent the Labor Day week-end
in Fort Pierce. Fla., at the home
>f Lt. Comdr. Eh Reubens. Bm
Istone returned to his post
at B..naiui River, Fla.
Miss Blanche Seligman. daugh-
ter of Mrs. Margaret Beatty, 420
I Espanola Way. Miami Beach,
was married August 20th to Cor-
poral Melvin Fisher at the At-
lantis Hotel. A reception and
dinner followed the ceremonies.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Corp. Fisher's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Fisher. New
York, who visited their sons,
Edwards and Herbert, during
their stay here.
Corp. Fisher, educated in New
York, is stationed now with the
Army Air corps at Boca Raton
and is an instructor in the of-
ficers' club there.
The bride is a Miami High
graduate.
\
M s. Maurice Koven, 1890 S.
W 21st St.,
city after : -i\ week's trip in
I he North. ied by her
ighter, Dune, who has been
!i'.p in Wurtsboro, New York.
: the summer. Mrs. Ko\
dan ghter, Barbara, i- at
nl vi ing at the hom i I
future in-laws, Mr. and Mrs.
Il o! Richmond. \':i
Mr. and Mrs. William White-
horn announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter.
Judith, to Corporal Isidore Blitt.
son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Blitt. to take place at the home
BRISM
The brism of the sons of Cpl.
and Mrs. Samuel Weber. Sgt.
and Mrs. Albert rap-.er. and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Cohen took place
this past week. Rabbi Machtei
officiated.
Mrs. George Gerson and son
Gordon Neil, after vacationing
in the North, have rejoined Dr.
Gerson at their new home. 4344
N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach.
Miss Eleanor Gaivet will leave
this month for a several week's
stav in Detroit.
Mrs. Albert Hirsch. 2611 S. W.
7th Avenue, is visiting her moth-
er in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Hirsch
of the Royal Beauty Supplies Co..
left today for Chicago to attend
the showing of new beauty sup-
plies. Mrs Hirsch will join her
husband m Chicago and they will
return to Miami about the fif-
teenth.
urday, Septembei 9th, at Beth
David Synagogue, 135 N. W. ?.-d
Ave. The Bar Mitzvah will con-
duct Schachris services, recite
the Haftoro, and address the con-
gregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will respond. Friends are invit-
ed for Kiddish following serv-
ices. Cantor Abraham Friedman
tutored the Bar Mitzvah.
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind
are leaving this week for a
month's stay in New York. Tl i J
will spend somi time with their
son, Lt. Norman Lipkind. who
Chaplain Sol Kraft I will join them there from his
will perform the ceremonies. The post at Monterey, Calif. While
to-be, formerly of Bronx, I m New York. Dr. Lipkind wil
Benjamin Bronston, son of Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Bronston. 3301
Flamingo Drive, Miami Bench.
was among 18 seniors who grad-
u.ill (1 from the Mercersburg Aca-
demy. Mercersburg, Penn.
Entering Mercersburg in 1943.
Bronston was a member of the
Radio Club and the Chemistry
Club.
David Goldstein, president of
Beth Jacob Congregation, and
his wife returned to their home
on Miami Beach Thursday after
an xtended visit to New York.
WEARY, HUNGRY JEWS
NOW APPEAR IN PARIS
LINCOLN D.Sr?:45
Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
MIAMI tSSFH
Downtown Miami
cIpitol ass-a
Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd
NOW SHOWING! .
thru Tuesday, Sept. 12
CARMEN MIRANDA
DON AMECHE
WILLIAM BENDIX
"GREENWICH
VILLAGE"
Tantalizing. Tune-Packed
Technicolor Treat lor
the Tired Torso!

EXTRA!
u
POST-WAR
FARMS"
in the new
MARCH OF TIME
Now York, is stationed with the
(' rps at Drew Field.
Tampa. Fla. The bride, former-
ly oi New York and now of Mi-
i en active as a Vic-
Belle of the Miami Sen Ice
ue.
Mrs. Sam Dickson and i .
ard, 820 N. W. 7th Ave..
Miami, ha\ n tui ni d from an
extended visit in Massachusetts
with relatives.
Mrs. Isadore Tannen and
hter Can le are returning to
. afti r .i five week vaca-
: lion in New York. Atlantic City
and Philadelphia. While in N< w
i York they were the guests of Mr.
! and Mrs. Harold Tannen. Mr.
I Tannen. son ;,nd brother is a
r Miami attorni j
attend the National Zionist
Convention October 14. to which
he is a delegate from the Miami
B< h District.
Mrs. Harry Hai kir has re-
turned from New York and
vicinity, when she spent five
we ks visiting friends.
for Rest
CONVALESCENCf
.hjChronic Cases
Sun-Ray Park
Health Resort
fc^*9>SU^
MIAMI' W Tl ACI tH .t 10"COUr-FLORIDA
Dickie and Josh, children of
Mr. and Mrs Milton Sirkin, 2024
N. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, re-
turned after spending the sum-
mi : at the Blue Mountain Camps
at Stroudsburg, Pa.
Leaving for Florida State
College for Women at Tallaha -
see th< mi Idle ol the month will
Miss Ester Arginter, daugh-
ti i ol Mr and Mrs. Oscar Ar-
gintar, of 1542 N, W. 2nd St.,
and Miss Ester Lea Silverman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Silverman, formerly of this city,
now residing in Fort Lauder-
Miss Argintar, a member
' i Delta Phi Epsilon sorority,
w ill be a sophomore, and Miss
Silverman will be a freshman.
London. gard and hungry Jews, many of
whom had been in cellars and
other hiding places for many
months, are reappearing on the
streets of Paris, it is reported
from the French capital by Reu-
t( is n< WS agency. Their first
act is to tear the yellow badges
from their arms, the correspond-
ent writ*
Scores Oi Jewish refugees of
various nationalities had hid in
Parii i asements to escape depor-
tation to Polish death camps,
thi ni spondenl reports. AH
Jewish businesses wire turned
over to collaborationists. Gesta-
po agents roamed the streets pre-
venting the population from as-
sisting the mistreated Jews or
even displaying sympathy for
tin m.
Miss Bettio Mae Bender Is
spending a week with friends in
Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz,
accompanied by then son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Berkowitz, spent the Labor
Day weekend in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloom-
field have returned to the city
after spending some time at Heri-
dersonville.
Mr and Mrs. Jack P. Marash
and family are spending a vaca-
tion at Ellenville, New York.
Mr. Marsh is executive director
of the Mian i Beach Tf."
Mrs. David Berg and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Zuk. who before then-
marriages were the Mis.-< Gel
trude and Martha Neham,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ns Neham. are now visiting their
parents at Miami Beach. Mrs.
Berg accompanied her husband i
who was sent to Miami Beach
for redistribution after si rving!
27 months overseas. Mrs. Ziek
will leave for Louisville. Ky., |
in a few weeks to join her hus-
band.
AMERICA FIRST PARTY
HOLDS DETROIT MEET
Mrs. Etta LeVine and dau;h-
;' : Will return this week from
B Northern trip.
Mrs. Fanny Coopersmith and
[hters Ham.a Coopersmith
Mrs. Lilyan Gottesman of
Miami Beach, arc sp< riding
era! weeks visiting in Passaic, I
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Jewish Calendar
.\:i Holiday* and !\.-t Dayi begin
al lunael of I he day preci dli k the
given below
19 4 4
SLICHOS
Starts Saturday Midnight. Sept. 9
ROSH HASHONAH
Monday, September 18
Tuesday. September 19
FAST OF GEOALIAH
Wednesday. September 20
VOM KIPPUR
Wednesday. September 27
SUCCOTH (First Two Days)
Monday, October 2
Tu*day. October 3
SHEMINI AZERE.TH
Monday, October 9
SIMCHATH TORAH
Tuesday, October 10
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
"Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob. Miami
Jewish Orthodox, Schaaiei Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
Detroit (JTA)Declaring that;
"there is a Jewish problem." the |
America First party at its first
national convention here adopted
an anti-Jewish prank reading:
"Wi must admit that there is a
Jewish problem. It must be
solved honestly, realistically and
courageously. We shall oppose
prejudice and encourage the re-
search necessary to the solution
of this the world's most unsolved
problem."
A substitute proposal on Jews,
in which Homer Mairtz. delegate
from Chicago, urged that "all
Jews should be deported to a
later designated area, if they do
not leave America voluntarily
within five years" and that those
remaining be sterilized, was not
brought to a vote by the conven-
tion. Gerald L. K. Smith, who
was nominated for president by
the party, said it was merely the
expression of the opinion of some
of the delegates and did not re- j
fleet the view of the convention.
0GUST BROS R>^
is the BEST
Zurich, (JTA) pani. p.
once again among the W8"
Hungary as a result of '
mass-deportations and inS
anti-Jewish measures, which W
been eased for a few wSJ*
results of protests voiced^?.?
United States and England'
Swiss press reports. 8 "*
The Budapest correspondent (
the Swiss Telegraphic Ao.
Writes that there is groig"*
fear "that Hungary will *
take up the J.nvish "pi"
energetically and will re,Z
ant-Jewish persecutions.'^
correspondent says that Hunear
an extremeists "supported by
the Gestapo and Nazi elitl
guards are pressing the Hun
ganan government to rescind n>
cent relaxations of the anti-Jew
ish measures and are especial
determined to make Hunear,
udennen by deporting all Je^
to German extermination camps.
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Points furnished and re-
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assortments.
Direct requests needed
for Army Overseas pack-
ages except between Sept
15 to Oct. 15.
No requests necessary
for Navy or Marines.
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FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER 8, 1944
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IS 5MET
OFFICE
loseph A. Bcrman. prominent
JSLincoln Road atorney. was
ffl associate judge of munic-
"Tcourt Wednesday, succced-
ipa Cold Spaet, who tendered
B Katie" to city council
5e to the pressure of private
business. .
Berman is 35 years old, is mar-
a has a three-year-old daugh-
[f Carol and they hve at 4310
Nautilus Drive He practices
jaw at 420 Lincoln road.
Hc js president of the Men's
rhib of Miami Beach Jewish
renter, past superintendent of
the Sunday school of the center
nast chairman of the board of
r dors of Y.M.H.A of Greater
Miami. He is treasurer of the
National Children s Cardiac
Home and a director in the fol-
towing: Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
and Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
DIRECTORS OF FEDERATION
A regular meeting of the board
of directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation will take
place Wednesday, September 13,
at the Sunshine room in the Tn-
graham building. Monte Selig,
president, will preside. _____
FORT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE
ANNOUNCES ITS SERVICES
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron,
of Temple Emanu-EI, a liberal
Synagogue serving Hollywood
Ft. Lauderdale, and Broward
County, and located at 1801
South Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale, announces the following
High Holy Day services: Erev
Rush Hashanah, Sunday. Sep-
tember 17. 8:00 p.m.; Rosh Has-
hanah, Monday. September 18th.
10 a.m.; Sabbath Shuvah, Fri-
day, September 22nd, 8 p.m.;
Kol Nidre, Tuesday. September
26th, 8 p.m.; Yom Kippur, Wed-
nesday. September 27th, 10 a.m.
Religious School registration and
the opening session will take
place Sunday, September 24th
at 10 a.m.
The rabbi resides at 1824 Cool-
idge St., Hollywood.
LOCAL YOUNG MAN WILL
RECEIVE DEGREE AT EMORY
Pcritz Scheinberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg
of this city, will receive his
M.D. degree at graduation exer-
cises at the Emory University
School of Medicine. Exercises
will take place Saturday eve-
ning, September 1G, in the Glenn
MemoriaJ of the university. His
parents will be present in At-
lanta for the ceremonies, as will
his brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
in addition to other relatives.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NQW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 NORTH EAST FIRST AVENUE
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE
Dr. Alfred Augustine
ANNOUNCES THE RE-OPENING
of his
DENTAL OFFICE
SPECIALIZING IN EXTRACTIONS AND DENTAL X-RAYS
910 Huntington Building Miami, Florida
TELEPHONE 3-294 8
High Holiday Services
OF THE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
WILL BE OBSERVED AT THE SYNAGOGUE
590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE
AND AT SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. 3RD STREET
SLICHOS: SATURDAY MIDNIGHT
SEPTEMBER 9TH
ROSH HASHONA
BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 17
YOM KIPPUR
BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 26
Services at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590
s W. 17th Ave.. will have Rabbi Murray Grauer as guest
Spiritual Leader, with Berele Kallenberg, renowned Cantor,
chanting the services.
Services at the Schaarei Zedek building, 1545 S. W.
3rd Street, will have Rabbi Simon April as Spiritual Lead-
er, and he will also chant the services in addition to
Preaching.
The seating committee will be at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., every eve-
ning from 7 to 9:30 o'clock excepting Fridays and on Sun-
day mornings to aid you in selecting seats.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
SEATING AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE
FOR SERVICEMEN
BETH SHOLOM CENTER HAS
SEAT SALE FOR HOLY DAYS
Judge Morris Berick, president
of Beth Sholom Center, announ-
ces there will be a limited num-
ber of seats sold for the High ,
Holy Day services at the Center.
The committee will be in at- i
tendance from 10 to 12 a. m.
and trom 7 to 9 p. m. at the Cen- I
ter, 761 41st Street. Miami Beach. I
E
ID BE STRESSED
FOR THIRTY 0M5
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ANOTHER CHAPLAIN NOW | Greater Miami officially open
STATIONED AT M. BEACH September 10 and will continue
______ I to October 10, 1944. During thi-
An additional Jewish chaplain j month an intensive campaign
Rabbi Simon April will
preach and conduct services
at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, 1545 S.
W. 3rd St., for the High Holy
Days.
to administer to the needs of
servicemen of Miami Beach,
Chaplain Carl I. Miller is making
his headquarters at the Georg-
ian Hotel. He is originally from
Cleveland. Ohio, and attended
will be conducted to urge par-
ents to give their children a
Jewish education. By registering,
them at Sunday and Hebrew
schools.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
SERVICE LEAGUE
ON BEACH WILL
E
Western Reserve University and ] tion and its affiliated BChoolfl
the University of Cincinnati. He | are now making plans to reach
graduated from the Hebrew Un- Greater Miami Jewry to explain
ion College in 1931. He has held the importance of a Jewish ed-
pulpits in Helena, Ark., Freeman, ucation and its urgency at the
Ohio, and Toledo. He came here present time. Jewish education
ffrom New Orleans Chaplain Re- I will be the topic of the discus-
placement School, D.S. to Trans-
portation Corps School, Army
Air Base. He is attached to the
Army Ground and Service Forces
Redistribution Station. He is
married and has two daughters.
Chaplain Sol Kraft is the other
Jewish Chaplain attached to the
Air force.
At a board meeting of the
Miami Beach Service League
held Tuesday, the directors de-
cided to resume servicemen's
dances, to be held weekly on
Saturday evenings at the Miami
Beach "Y," 1 Lincoln Road.
These dances were a feature of
the Service League program dur-
ing the vast influx of service-
men, and were discontinued
when the decond lessened. With
the great number of returnees
now on the Beach, the need for
these affairs has been evidenced.
The Service League furnishes
refreshments during the course
of the evening.
Other activities of the Service
League include serving of a
Oneg Shabat after Friday eve-
ning religious services at the
Beach "Y." Mrs. Charles Raab
and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky are in
charge. In addition the League
is sponsoring a series of house
parties for returnees as part of
the morale and service effort.
Home hospitality for the com-
ing High Holy Days is being ar-
ranged for, and those desiring
to make available their homes
to the service are asked to con-
tact the Jewish Welfare Board.
9-1323; the Miami "Y." 3-4012:
or the Beach "Y," 5-6371.
PROMINENT ACTOR OF
NEW YORK DIES AT 53
New York, (JTA) Ludwig
Satz. prominent Yiddish actor,
died at Beth Israel Hospital here
this week at the age of 53. He
had been ill for some time.
Mr. Satz. who also acted on
Broadway, began his stage career
at the age of five in his native
city of Lwow. Before he was 20
he was employed by Maurice
Materlink for an English role
in London. He came to the
United States shortly after the
sions in synagogues and in Jew-
ish organizations during this
period. The Bureau of Jewish
Education has approached var-
ious Jewish organizations in thi-
community to allow speakers '<
appear at general meetings to
explain why a Jewish educa-
tion is vital to every child.
The affiliated schools oi tin
Bun au of Jewish Education art
Beth David. Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Temple Israel, and
Beth Sholom Center. Registra-
tion in the Hebrew Schools of
the Beth David and Miami Beach
Jewish Center will officially
open September 11. 1944. Tht
Beth Sholom will open its reg
istration on September 25th. and
Temple Israel plans to open its
Sunday School the beginning
October.
The course of study in tin
various schools will include
Bible, Jewish History, Customs
and Ceremonies, the Hebrew-
outbreak of World War I. In' Language. Jewish Current
1919 he was among the founders I Events. The curriculum will bi
of the Yiddish Art Theatre. Mr. j so prepared as to teach Jewish
Satz appeared in numerous pro- children the love for Jewish
ductions during the past 25 years, i traditions, spiritual ideals. and
the most recent being "Golden I contributions to the world and
Land" last season.
America.
WORKERS LOSE IN
0L0 AGE BENEFITS
IF NOT INFORMED
Hundreds lose part or all of j
their old-age or survivors insur-
ance because they do not file |
claims promptly, according to |
William B. Weaver, Manager of
the Miami office of the Social
Security Board. A recent sur-
vey in the South by the Social
Security Board showed that out
of twenty-seven thousand claims
filed, over seven thousand failed
to receive insurance payments
because the worker or his de-
pendents failed to file claims
within the period prescribed by
law or because the worker had
not been working long enough
to be entitled to benefits.
There are two very important
times when a worker or his fam-
ily should visit the Social Secur-
ity Board office. I. Contact your
Social Security Board field of-
fice as soon as you have reached
aee 65. whether or not you con-
tinue working. 2. In the event
an insured worker dies, his wife
or other close relative should
visit the Social Security Board
office to file a claim for old-age
or survivors insurance. Field ot-
fiee advice on how and when to
file a claim for old-age and sur-
vivors insurance is absolutely
free and gladly granted.
The Miami field office is lo-
cated at 509 Langford Building,
121 S. E. First Street.
The Sunday Schools in
Greater Miami are making
plans to open immediately
after Yom Kippur. They are
in need of Sunday School
teachers. If you have a good
Jewish educational back-
ground, or have taught in Sun-
day Schools, or have taught
in the public schools you can
help Jewish children attain a
Jewish education. Jewish ed-
ucation needs you. Apply to
A. P. Gannes, Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. 318 Congress
Building. 3-5858.
RED CROSS WORKER GIVEN
ARMY BRONZE STAR MEDAL
Washington. D. C, Sept. 2.
J Miss Elizabeth Schculler, Ameri-
can Red Cross Worker from
| Montclair. N. J., has been award-
ed the Army's bronze star medal
for her contribution "to the suc-
cess of the 4th Infantry Division
in battle," Basil O'Connor, na-
tional chairman of the Red Cross
announced today.
Miss Schuller. among the first
American Red Cross workers to
land in Normandy, is a clubmo-
-----------------------------------------------bile group captain. She is th<
A good buy is a War Bond. Buy first Red Cross woman to receive
now and you will be paid later; an Army award other than the
$4.00 for every $3.00. Purple Heart during this war.
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Jerusalem (WNS)An appeal
to the Jewish extremists in Pal-
estine to abandon the use of ter-
rorist methods was made this
week by the Zionist Revisionist
Party through its official organ.
Beth Jacob Synagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
GREETS THE COMMUNITY WITH PRAYER
FOR LIFE AND PEACE
MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah
and Community Building throughout the
High Holy Days
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach in both buildings
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will chant the services, assisted by
well-known Baalei Tefilla
A committee will be at the synagogue daily excepting on
the Sabbath from 9 a. m. to noon, and from 5 to 9 p. m.
for reservation of seats. We urge early reservation to
avoid disappointment. All servicemen are the invited
guests of the congregation.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973__________________^^________phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
By MURIEL LEVIN
Copyright, 1944, Jowifh
Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1944
ELUL 20. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 36
JEWISH EDUCATION OBJECTIVES
The national observance of Jewish education month begins
on September 10, and continues until the tenth of October. All
over the country, as in this area, the forcefulness of the observ-
ance will be channeled in endeavoring to interest adults and
youth in education. Through this interest, enrollment in He-
brew and Sunday Schools is being stressed, in addition to par-
ticipation in other educational media. Education of youth as a
mainstay and backbone for any people or cause cannot be
overemphasized or understated.
In line with this observance we print a current sentiment as
expressed by Mr. A. P. Gannes. executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater Miami.
"Jewish education is so wide in scope and content that ev-
ery Jew should be able to find in it an answer for himself.
There are those who wish a maximum Jewish education which
includes good knowledge of the 'Five Books of Moses,' a basic
knowledge of the Hebrew language, Jewish history, various
observances and practices in the home and synagogue, a
knowledge of the phophets, and a little of Mishna and Gemara.
"Others want their children to have a feeling of affiliation
with the synagogue, some knowledge of our customs and cere-
monies, a little Jewish history, and contemporary Jewish prob-
lems. And there are those who seek the middle ground. A
happy medium suits their philosophy and their.ideology. The
maximilsts wish to use Hebrew as the medium of instruction.
Minimilsts stress the use of English. Those in the middle ground
have a combination of both.
"The ultimate aim of all types of Jewish education is the
same. It is to teach our children our ideology, our love for
life, our love of God and mankind, our hopes and aspirations,
our moral and ethical contributions to the world, our beautiful
ceremonies. What is most important is that we wish to imbue
our children with a feeling of pride, of personal esteem and
dignity, and of the desire to continue as Jews. Success in our
aims and fulfillment of these aims will most definitely help com-
bat anti-Semitism, for one of the dangers to our people is self-
hatred. An antidote to self-hatred and anti-Semitism is a sound
and positive Jewish education.
"These then are our aims. The method and the approach
are different. The guantity, quality, and content are different.
How much and what? How to carry out our aims? These are
vital questions Shall it be in Hebrew, in English, or in both?
Mention the word Hebrew to some and their hair stands on end.
It bears a stigma, and connotes a condition that to them is un-
acceptable. What they fail to understand is that Hebrew is not
an end. Even for those who wish to speak it fluently the lan-
guage is not in a vacuum. It is a vehicle, a means whereby
our above-mentioned goals are to be obtained. In the opinion
of the maximilsts the use of the Hebrew language will ultimately
achieve the purposes more easily and the objectives obtained
will be more permanent and the attachments much firmer. They
base this on the fact that our great writings have been handed
down to us in the Hebrew language, that our Bible is in the He-
brew language, and on the firm belief that a language helps
maintain the life of a people. On the other hand the minimilsts
point out that to learn the Hebrew language is a struggle that
we lose sight of the forest for the trees. The children are so busy
learning the language that there is no time to imbue them with
our main purposes and objectives. If language is a vehicle
then let us use the most expeditious method. The middle-of-the-
road contend that both have arguments in their favor and they
wish to use. if at all possible, the English and the Hebrew lan-
guages and to expedite the achievement of their aims Each
to his own and each in accordance with his philosophy and his
ideology. One cannot convince the other. Each one has his
foolproof arguments and attempts to disprove one or the other
are to no avail The teaching of the Torah is our aim: the love
ot Uod. love of man, and the moral and ethical ideals as lived
by our people. Let us achieve those. Let us not guibble too
much over methods.
"The Holy Days are upon us. We turn our thoughts to our-
selves, our famines, our children. Our children! Will our child-
ren have that feeling of belonging, or participating, in our iov
in our sorrow? Will our children belong to us? Will they be-
long to our people? Will they strive to carry on our traditions
and our life?
"The solemn days are a pefiod of dedication, and we must
resolve to remember the Biblical phrase 'And thou shalt teach
thy children diligently.' Our children must receive a Jewish
education. We think naturally a maximum Jewish education is
desirable yet realizing that perhaps that is impossible We
think that every child should get a Jewish religious education
whether it is merely once weekly in the Sunday School or five
times weekly in the Hebrew and Sunday Schools. The import-
ant fact is that the children are receiving an education. Now is
the time for we parents to consider the consequences of a sound
Jewish education: our children will be ours. Our children will
understand what it means to belong to themselves, to the Jew-
ish people, to America, and to the world at large. Understand-
ing our ideals and spiritual contributions, our children will qrow
up to be better people an dbetter Americansupright in their
thinking, unafraid of discrimination, and ready to combat pre-
judice and bigotry. It is our duty to give our children a Jewish
education.
Again, as after the first World
War, the problems of Jews as
minority groups scattered
throughout the world arc begin-
ning to claim the attention of
peace planners.
There is the obvious problem
of punishing those guilty of mas-
sacres which have reduced the
pre-war three million Jewish
population of Poland to a few
thousand, and of those who have
robbed, tortured and murdered
Jews in all the countries sur-
rounding Nazi Germany, from
Holland and Belgium to Hungary
and Rumania. The American
Jewish Conference in submitting
its demands to Secretary of State
Cordell Hull for punishment of
those unspeakable Crimea cor-
rectly maintains that to condone
them would be to destroy the
foundations on which our civil-
ization rests.
What basis the Jews may find
for continuing some kind of life
in Europe alter this war remains
problematical. An encouraging
sign is to be found in the prompt
abolition of all discrimination in
that part of France which has
been liberated. Similar assur-
ances are given by those pre-
pared to form new governments
in Holland and Belgium. Relax-
ation of the pressures against
Jews in Bulgaria and Rumania
shows that in those regions the
conscience of the civilized world
can make itself felt by the pus-
sure of fear if by no other means.
In Poland, the sufferings which
all have undergone may serve to
draw closer those who once per-
secuted their Jewish follou -citiz-
ens with their erstwhile victims
thos who have survived.
Meanwhile, the status of Pal-
estine may also be expected to
loine in for revision. In the early
stages of the Dumbarton Oaks
discussions between technicians
of Russia. Britain and the United
States, there could be of course-
no public reference to individual
countries or territories. The in-
of the conference was
first of all to provide a basis of
agreement among the four great
powers, the three named and
China, for the arbitration of in-
ternational disputes and for the
maintenance of international
peace.
Tin reluctance of the Dumbar-
ton Oaks delegations to make any
premature statements to the
press was motivated by a desire
to be sure of each step, to walk
on solid ground in the first ef-
forts to build a decent world out
of the ravages of war. But ob-
viously the entire system of
trusteeship for weaker nations.
backward territories and dis-
puted areas, was one the confer-
ence must consider in its overall
planning.
The statement has frequently
been made that the mandate sys-
tem failed rather badly. It fail-
ed in the Pacific Ocean where
Japan took advantage of the trust
reposed in her. It failed in the
case of Palestine because the
welfare of the regio nwas sub-
jected t,, British Empire political
considerations. Now the sub-
stltution of a new system is pro-
1 ed, for the mandate svsteni.
I be new system would be inter-
national trusteeship rather than
administration by a single na-
tion. ;,s under the mandates.
Under such a system the en-
question of Palestine as a
refuge and as a homeland might
well receive more disinterested
consideration than it has. view-
ed XClusively as B British Em-
pire problem under Arab po|-
pressure. From the inter-
national point of view the poten-
;-. economic development of
I ale.stine and its ability to re-
eve those(who wish to go there
and for whom there is no other
'"""' the Dumbarton Oaks du-
cusaions are to be watched with
,,1""' 'ban a passing interest For
inere are being hammered out
the principles that may lay the
groundwork for the' postwar
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYW
iPJUddfy eotigiderUial
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
ZIONIST MERRY-GO-ROUND____
Premier Nuri Pasha of Iraq, who is expected
Washington shortly, will devote himself to a in,I? arrive
iv~ ..l......uim _i I., i-i. i_____ 'ingle mW.
ienl
:oiu
iefe
Near East with the diplomatic task "of"count leaders of
political moves in Washinvton Pierre can Paassen"9 ^^
wasmngion snoruy, win aevote himself to a sinnl
the undermining of Jewish hopes for an indeDPnHi mission:
status in Palestine Premier Nuri Pasha whoa* r P**0*
ed ball with the Nazis until British military forces dSS. r*fc
has been entrusted bv imnortnnt rmH.9i:_. "e,eated her'
has been entrusted by important anti-Zionist ArahM S
the Near East with the diDlomatic toot, ~ _.. .leaders of
ago pointed to Nuri Pasha as the most skilful^A*!7*1*
Zionists and urged action to expose Nuri's Dolitir l **
tions Zionist political leaders declined to take 2 machina'
steps.^however^. .They considered Uuri Pasha ^J
e >s today
" and
Although he does not or^rate'VpalesUnT RT""'
acknowledged to be the political heir of the Grand m\
Neeartys,ng.f0rCe Qggre88iVe *~*~*m$l*
NAZI NEWS_____
One of the most ghastly aspects of the Nazis' wHni
murder of Jews in Poland: The ashes of the vktta. 2?S
for large sums to Germans in Germany, who were toU S!
these were the ashes of cremated Nazi heroes Th
cial utilization of the bodies and peronal effects' of the 25
victims was carried out with characteristic German thoS
ness Even the gold teeth were taken from the c<2
mouths, to pay for the bullets and gas that killed these ffi*
ewish men. women and children ... The old rumor abS
ler s double is being taken out of the mothballs again \Z
the story is that Hitler left Germany a month or so ago' and!
successful assassination attempt will soon be made aoato!
h.s currently functioning double to confuse the international
diplomatic situation still further ... On Broadway, by the vT
they re saying these days that you needn't think the end of the
war is in sight till the Theatre Guild starts rehearsing a Bel
company of Jacobowsky and the Colonel" .
BOOKS AND AUTHORS_____
"The Challenger" is the name of a forthcoming monthly
comic book that will fight Fascism through a comic strip
It s intended for the millions who read such comic literature
. A novel by Ben Hecht is always a literary event His new
offering, "I Hate Actors," is said to be the funniest book vet
written about Hollywood Charles Reznikoff is the author of
The Lionhearted." published by the Jewish Publication Society
of America ... It deals with anti-Semitism in England in the
twelfth century Marie Syrkin (Mrs Charles Reznikoff) has
written "Your School. Your Children." which will be published
by L B. Fischer next month ... Its topic is racial and religious
relations in the classroom .
STAGE AND SCREEN_____
Yiddish theatre-goers are looking forward to Jacob Ben Ami's
production of "The Miracle of the Warsaw Ghetto" ... Ben Ami
has leased the former home of the Yiddish Art Theatre in New
York s Second Avenue "Decision," Edward Chodorov's
anti-Fascist play, which enjoyed a considerable run on Broad-
way las, season, will soon be screened by Hollywood, with
Walter Huston in a major role Emil Ludwig, the biographer,
has issued a public statement against the movie "Wilson" ...
He claims that Wilson's opposition to Clemenceau is respons-
ible for World War II Ludwig, a personal friend of President
Roosevelt's, will, because of this unexpected help, be hailed by
Republicans as a great historian P.S.: Some twelve years
ago Emil Ludwig wrote a play, "Versailles," which Hollywood
refused to buy .
ABOUT PEOPLE_____
Technical Sergeant David Lax, one-time commercial artist
who we predicted would some day shake the art world, has
done it ... He is now one of the four official painters for the
American Army in the European theatre of operations ... Con-
cerning Max Band's latest painting on the Jewish tragedy,
"Ecce Homo." Shalom Asch writes us: "I consider Band's can-
vas a symbol of our time and of Jewish destiny throughout the
ages" Private David Ewen, who in civilan life used to write
on music, hasn't changed his habits ... In his spare time at
Camp Stewart, Ga. he founded and edited a weekly newspaper
and finished his new book. "Men of Popular Music," scheduled
for publication soon Rare indeed is the movie you see giving
script credit to Clifford Odets, yet Clifford has been drawing
large salaries in Hollywood for lo these many years ... The
answer is that he's written a great many scripts which have
become successful filmsbut in almost every case the studio
has insisted on changes of which Odets disapproved, to the
extent of refusing to let his name appear on the picture
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SEPTEMBER 8, 1944
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
POLITICAL TALK: With all
.Le 0f international political
Itfcotiations in progress here and
i/indon. we learn from none
Ij? than' Sumner Welles that
serious consideration is being
eiven to the proposal of settling
fefugecs in Angola .It will be
remembered that Angola was of-
ilrrii for Jewish settlement in
9M and that this offer led to
' tDlit in the Zionist movement
Mr Welles is of the opinion
ihat no' country, except Switzer-
land has met Us responsibility
with regard to admitting refu-
gees As former under-Secre-
tary of State he certainly knows
hpst especially since he still held
,hat post when the Bermuda
Conference took place Mr.
Welles does not hesitate to say
that the number of Jewish refu-
gees admitted to Palestine* was
mtifullv small This attitude
reflects more or less the present
mood of Washington officialdom,
even though certain persons in
the Near Eastern Division of the
State Department are inclined to
be more pro-Arab than pro-Jew-
ish As to Sumner Welles final
opinion with regard to the solu-
tion of the Palestine problem
an opinion expressed after his
book 'Time for Decision" was
publishedit is best for us to
quote exactly what he says
Many Jewish refugees," he as-
serts, "should find a permanent
place in Palestine, if the bars to
immigration are lifted and if
Palestine becomes an autonom-
ous state, under an international
trusteeship, constituted after an
agreement with the Arab states
of the Near East" ... Mr. Welles
also believes that many can find
security and an opportunity for
a prosperous existence if the An-
gola and similar projects mater-
PROPAGANDA AND FACTS:
We were a hit surprised to learn
that a Jewish National Home has
already been established in PaJ-
estine And we learned it
from no other source than the
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British Information Services in
New York which is an agency of
the British Government This
agency has now released a'pam-
Pu eLc^!tle ""Fifty Facts about
the Middle East" in an effort to
acquaint Americans with the
countries of the Middle East
And what do we read there about
Palestine? ... We are told that
Palestine, "smaller than Mary-
land in area," was liberated from
Turkish rule by Britain which
stated that it favored the estab-
lishment there of a Jewish Na-
tional Home "This Home was
established," the British propa-
ganda booklet asserts Amer-
icans are then told that 'many
riots" took place in Palestine be-
tween 1922 and 1939 These
riots "were connected basically
with the claim of the Arabs of
Palestine" that if the Jewish
population continues to grow
there, the Arabs "would ultim-
ately become a minority in their
native country," the booklet ex-
plains ... It adds that in 1937
the British Government attempt-
ed to meet Arab-Jewish prob-
lem by proposing the partition of
Palestine into Jewish and Arab
States, with a British enclave,
but nothing came of this pro-
posal ... Therefore, the British
Information Service goes on to
explain, the British Government
issued its White Paper in 1939
setting 75,000 as the limit for
further Jewish immigration into
Palestine without Arab consent
. It is worthwhile noting that
while terming the Jewish up-
building of Palestine as being
"remarkably successful," the
booklet has nothing to say about
the Arab contribution to the up-
building of Palestine and to the
war effort ... It admits that the
Jews have made desert land
bloom, have developed the in-
dustry of the country, have gone
forward in health and education
and have contributed to the pro-
gress of the Arab population .
But it concludes by reporting
that the merging of Palestine.
Syria, Lebanon and Transjordan
into a federation is now under
discussion .
RUSSIAN REFLECTIONS: The
most interesting political book on
Russia I ever readand I have
read almost every book on Rus-
siais "Russia and the Peace"
by Sir Bernard Pares, just pub-
lished by the Macmillan Co. .
Sir Bernard, who spent many
years in Russia under the Czar
and visited the country later un-
der the Soviet regime, presents
the case of Russia of today with
great warmth ... He not only
understands Russia as few Eng-
lishmen do, but his love for Rus-
sia can be matched only by his
love for his native England .
I would consider him "Expert
Number One" on Russia in this
country as well as in England
because of his deep knowledge
of Russia history, Russian prob-
lems and the Russian people .
His evaluations of various devel-
opments in old and new Russia
are convincing because they are
backed by his rare background
. He warns against the repeat-
ed suggestions of a danger of
world revolution in case of Rus-
sia's victory in the present war
. This, he says, is the Nazi line
of propaganda And he re-
minds us that next to Bolshevism
Tne Rabbi, Cantor. Presidents, Officers and Directors of
Beth David Congregation,
Sisterhood & Junior
Congregation
tend their seasonal greetings for a "Happy New Year" to
you and your loved ones. We feel constrained to say not a
"Happy- but a "Happier New year" for all Jewry. For we
o constituted that whatever affects Jewry in other
Pas of the world affects us personally.
jn this glorious country of ours, where we share freedom and
werty alike,all of us become moved at the reports of the
"Uttering Jews and other groups in less civilized countries.
Wo live of our bounty and extend sympathy to those in dis-
JWI and hope for a brighter and happier year for them. We.
^refore. pray for a "Happier New Year." May the Almighty
6rant tru-e peace to us all during this year.
I3* N. W. 3rd At... Miami Phone 2-1473
in Hitler's speeches nearly al-
ways follows the word "Jew"
Meanwhile he points outfor
more than ten years there has
been a current joke in Moscow
What is the difference be-
tween Moses and Stalin? .
j ^d the Jews ou* Of Egypt
and Stalin ied them out of the
Central Executive Committee"
. Russia today, Sir Bernard as-
serts, is a country ruled by Com-
munists who have ceased prac-
ticing C0mrr,unism Among
other things for which he lauds
nussia is the solution of the mul-
tinational problem, including the
Jewish problem ... He estab-
lishes the little-known fact that
there arc Jewish monuments
along the Dnieper dating back
even before the Vikings created
the first Russian state along that
river in the ninth and tenth cen-
turies ... He also points to a sec-
tion of the Black Sea coast where
Jews can claim to have been as
early inhabitants as the Rus-
sians But the Jewish mo-
ments in this book are only side-
lights, proving again the' auth-
ors vast knowledge of Russian
history in all its details The
book itself tries to answer many
questions wjiich the average in-
telligent reader asks today about
Russia And most of the ans-
wers are logical and convincing.

STORM ON THE HORIZON:
There is a good deal of internal
strife within the American Zion-
ist Emergency Council ... Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of
the Council, insists that Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann not make repre-
sentations to the State Depart-
ment in behalf of the Jewish
Agency as he does from time to
time Such representations
should be made by the Zionist
Emergency Council which is a
body of the American Zionist
groups established for this pur-
pose, Dr. Silver argues Sup-
porting Dr. Silver are the Miz-
rachi and the Zionist Laborites
. The Hadassah representative
in the Emergency Council seems
to oppose Dr. Silver's views .
The situation has reached a
point where Dr. Silver submitted
his resignation Many leading
Zionists are trying to prevent a
break in the ranks of the com-
mittee, since this would inevit-
ably lead to a serious split with-
in the entire Zionist movement
in the United States ... As these
lints are written the crisis is at
its height, since Dr. Silver is de-
termined to withdraw from lead-
ership if his terms are not ac-
cepted .
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By HELEN ZIGMOND
Capyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
The Nazis, still blowing smoke
rings from a dream pipe, are ex-
hibiting, all over what's left of
their occupied-Europe, a UFA
special called, "The Future Is
Ours." A better title would be
"Tomorrow Was Yesterday."

Biographical: The life of Karl
Marx is on the production sched-
ule of Arthur Rank's Independ-
ent Producers, Ltd. Rank (a
non-Jew) is the pivotal power of
the English film industry. He
practically controls movie pro-
duction and distribution on the
Island.
Reciprocally, our own Ben
Hecht has signed a contract to
write a screenplay of the life and
times of William Shakespeare
for British film production.
*
Meet Herman Stern. He is
celebrating his 29th anniversary
with Universal one of its
oldest employees in point of ser-
vice. He is noted for a number
of unusual movie exploits. In
World War I it was through his
efforts that films were introduced
into veterans' hospitals. In this
war it is his job to get the Uni-
versal product to the boys over-
seas- In 1920 he staged the first
"preview"a showing to the ex-
hibitors of Johnstown, Pa. He
was the originator of staging
movie shows on ships, then on
trains, and later on airplanes.

"Enemy of Women" formerly
"The Life and Loves of Josef
Goebbles") is a story tailored
similarly to "The Hitler Gang."
It follows the life of Adolf's pro-
paganda manager from the time
he was a private tutor to his rise
as Chief of the Bureau of Lies.
*
Collaborationists are forbidden
by the French Provisional Gov-
ernment to hold any post of
authority or management in any
French film or radio company in
the future. They will be also
excluded from other professoins,
such as the law, education, etc.
Report says Maurice Chevalier,
a Nazti man. is already in the
grip of the Free French.

An office is being redecorated
for Henry Ginsberg, new top
man at Paramount. In fact, three
offices are being renovated, two
for his aides. So the gossip goes
that Frank Butler's will be de-
signed with English prints; Joe
Sistrom's with smorgasbord; and
Henry Ginsberg's will have a
matzoh motif, for Henry is a
prolific matzoh muncher in sea-
son and out.

Sam Goldwyn accidentally
made his debut in soundies.
Watching a "take" in a Bob Hope
screamie, Sam laughed so heart-
ily that the guffaw registered on
the sound track and there
you will hear it on the completed
print.

Zigzagging: Elmer Rice, in case
you've lost track of him, is scrib-
bling a screenplay from the Kaus
novel, "Dark Angel." Far from
retired, Carmel Myers is enter-
ing a second careerwill shortly
be hooked up on a coast-to-coast
network. Get year ear-phones
ready for moth ballsproduction
of new radios will begin immed-
iately upon Germany's surrend-
er. The will of the late Henry
Thalberg, father of Irving, re-
vealed an estate of more than
$100,000, bulk of which goes to
his wife, Henrietta. George Giv-
ot is forsaking greasepaint temp-
orarily to dazzle Broadway as a
play producer.

When Mervyn LeRoy was di-
recting "Dragon Seed," one of
the American-born Chinese girls
had difficulty pronouncing her
not-native tongue. She appealed
to the director. "I'm afraid I
can't help you," said LeRoy.
"I'm Jewish."
*
Can you remember when
George Jessel and Patsy Ruth
Miller co-starred in Private Izzy
Murphy?" That was in 1926 of
the pre-talkie era.
*
Topper to the Loew dilemma
of getting people to pronounce
their names correctly came about
when David Loew was intro-
duced to a friend of a friend.
"Pleased to meet you, Mr. Low,"
he said, and Loew breathed a
sigh of relief which was quickly
checked when the man added.
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II. S. WILL HELP
JEWISH REFUGEES
Several national Jewish organ-
izations today announced that
they would coordinate their ser-
vices to refugees of the Emer-
gency Refugee Shelter in Fort
Ontario, at Oswego. New York,
through the newly organized Co-
ordinating Committee for Fort
Ontario.
The Coordinating Committee
will consist of two representa-
tives each from the Jewish com-
munities of Rochester, Buffalo.
Syracuse, Oswego. and Utica.
and two representatives of each
of the national organizations.
The national organizations par-
ticipating in the unified program
are: Agudas Israel of America,
Inc., and Agudas Harabonin,
B'nai B'rith, Hei rew Sheltering
& Immigrant Aid Society. Jew-
ish Welfare Board, National
Council of Jewish Women, Na-
tional Refugee Service. Inc..
ORT. Synagogue Council of Am-
erica.
Additional organizations wish-
ing to participate in the coord-
inated program are expected to
be invited to membership.
J.D.C. EUROPEAN HEAD
ARRIVES IN NEW YORK
New York (JTA)Dr. Joseph
Schwartz, European chairman of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee arrived here this week from
Europe to report to JDC leaders
on the situation of the Jews in
liberated territories which he
visited and on problems connect-
ed with the rescue of Jews from
occupied countries.
"The success of the Allied
armies has caused a profound
change in the attitude toward
evacuating refugees," he said.
"The Turish government was
very cooperative in allowing
transit of refugees from the Bal-
kan areas. The main difficulty
has been the unwillingness of
the Germans to permit the eva-
cuation of refugees to safe
places." He added that Mine
Jan. 1. 1944. the committee hail
succeeded in getting 8,000 re-
fugees out of danger spots in
Axis Europe.
DANCERS AHEAD
FUR PALESTINE IS
BELIEF OF BRITON
Jerusalem (JTA>
that many dangers
in the peace and
Palestine, retiring
missioner Sir Harold
LONDON NEWSPAPERS
ASK NAZI PUNISHMENT
London. (JTA).An editorial
in the News-Chronical demands
rigorous punishment of those di-
rectly responsible for the exter-
mination of l,5(i(i.(i0() persons
mainly Ji wsat the Majdanek
camp in Poland and taxes lh( i
tin- German nation with acquies-
cence in "these crimes against
civilization."
AMERICA FIRST PARTY
MEETING TO BE PROBED
Washington. (JTA). Senator
Theodore Green of Rhode Island,
chairman of the Senate Special
Committee to Investigate Cam-
paign Expenditures, announced
that a closed session of that
group has considered a request
oi the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
League tor an investigation ol
the anti-Jewish resolution Iraopt-
ed this week by the convention ol
the America First Party. He did
no) Indicate what
was taken by thi
The Anti-Nazi
Was voiced in a
by Prof Janus
chairman, charging "misuse of
the party and other electoral pro-
cesses." The group also appeal-
ed to Attorney-General Francis
lie and Gov. Hairy Kelly ol
Michigan for a probe of the
America First activities.
action, it any,
committee.
League's plea
telegram sent
Sheldon, its
_ Stressing
still threat-
welfare of
High Coin
MacMichael
a farewell message warned
that the gravest danger is "pol-
itical fanaticism which has been
deliberately inculcated among
the younger generation which
has been regimented for ends
Which are negative to all that
is meant by democracy
Sir Harold, who left the coun-
try this week, added that not
all the people ol Palestine sym-
pathize with this fanaticism and
urged those who oppose It t" act
to curh the terrorism At the
same time, he paid tnubte to
the population's contribution to
the war effort. The High Com-
missioner's address was hroad- ,
cast nation-wide.
"I have no intention to n
trace the happenings of the past
nor Ion-cast the future, nor do
1 propose to repeat at length the
advice which I have already
ventured to give," Sir Harold
't said. "I have nothing to add and
nothing to withdraw on that
score. I wish laiher to thank
' those to whom thanks an- due ,"
APPEAL FOR RESCUE OF
JEWS MADE BY W. I. C.
Buenos Aires (JTA)An ap-
peal for the rescue of Jews from
Km ope made here by Arieth
Tartakower, secretary ot the
World Jewish Congress, provok-
ed severe anti-Jewish articles
in the nationalist press which
demands that Argentina remain
closed to Jewish immigration
even alter the war.
The newspaper La Fonda,
commenting on Mr. Tartakower's
appeal, writes: "Fortunately we
are not represented on the In-
tergovernmental Committee for
Refugees and are not obliged to
accept its decisions. The com-
mittee's aim is the placing of
refugees in countries considered
suitable for immigration. These
refugees are nothing less than
1.000,000 Jews. There is an im-
portant and dangerous aspect to
this problem. We need a pop-
ulation that likes to work, is
efficient, creative and produc-
tive Jewish immigrants do not
possess these qualities.*'
RECEPTION WILL HONOR
COUPLE NEWLY ENGAGED
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OBITUARIES
Honoring the recently an-
nounci d engagement of their
son, Edward, to Miss Evelyn
Sunshine Fagan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Axlrod will tender
a reception at their home. 1636
S W. 18th St., Miami, Sunday,
September 10th, from 3 to 5
p.m. Friends are invited. No in-
vitations will be issued,
MEYER BERNSTEIN
S* fi M< > -i I lei imt" In. SI.
.i New York, iiresldenl ol the Intel
iihI Tw en i -.... i\. re held HI !
M m Mom la j in Ci\, i -i,i. i 'hain I in
Miami IttN i h Rabbi n ving I., Im......
i onilui led the .- i vice. Intel mi nl
Ml \. i.,, <.iii,i, rj
llernateln, who lived al I67S '......-
Av came to l-'l.....la ii shol t time
' uinl inti ndi 'i to make his home
hi i
Sui vlvori an the Idow Mm Ea
Ihei Bernstein "f Miami; .i daughter,
I.....mi 'i Stone i.r Franklin, in-i .
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Harold Bet nsteln ,.r Mor-
Mrs. Jack Kapner entertained
at a birthday at her home in
Northwood for her young daugh-
ter, Joan.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir n
turned to their home, 726 Fla-
mingo Drive, after spending the
summer in the North.
The marriage of Miss Rose
Goodmark and Paul Goldblum
of Miami Beach was solemnized
at Temple Beth El Sunday after-
noon at 4:15 p.m. Mrs. Daniel
Goodmark was matron of honor.
Harry Goodmark was best man,
and Dan Goodmark was usher.
Pfc. David Wacksman, son of
Mrs. E. Wacksman. 730 Perm
St.. is now on army dutv in
England. His sister. Rose Wacks-
man, is with the Army Nurse
Corps. Camp Blanuing, Fla.
Their brother Albert is with the
navy in Alaska.
Mrs. Donald Fan ington (Mar-
jorie Freedman). 629 Fern St..
has gone to Chicago to join
Tech. Sgt. Farrington, Marine
Corps, who will attend the
aeronautical school for the next
five months.
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ili<- iim.i.i siKni.l are encaged In bus-
lne*K uinl. 1 the Fictitious name of
IIMM1KS _:i(|i ST. RKHTAURANT,
iii "i> 120 23rd Htreet, .Miami Beach.
Mm 1.1.1. and Intend to res-later the
Hi rirtltlou* name in the office of
1 I'l.Tk nf the (Mrcull Court .if
i'.hi. County, Plorlda.
PAUli OKRHTMAN
.mark i3rohkman
CKdROK chkrtkop,
attorney for Applicants
B 13-22 .' iu/6
IN Till-: i-iirx-rv JIT DOR'S COURT
IN ANIl K11R l)AIK COUNTY.
H'IXRII>A IN I'ROBATK
So r,asi
In Re KKTATK OK WILLIAM I.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Persons
Havlm 1 'lalum mi 1 ..in.,11,is Aaalnsl
- ,11 i-. 1 .-.
V*i mil mill hi )..11. .11. hei ebj
' "ill led .. mi rei|uln 1 to pi asenl any
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ij have asaliml the
lati ..1 Wii.i.iam 1. 1:11/.Alt 1 11
ill pi] lati of 1 lade louni *. Hot -
Ida. tn tin Hon W P" Rlanton.
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fi!.- tin name In hla office in ihi-
"nunij Courthouae in Dade County,
J'1.....' wltl......i(,-hi calendai months
f 'in tin- date ..f ii... rirsl mil.II.a-
'|"|' he ol snld 1 I ilmn 01 demands
':im Hi. Il lmI mlili i->s ..f the
alu nni and to be sworn to and
j" -ni.ii as aforesaid, or sun.- will
lied Hee S- t|..n ISO of tin-
I'rohate Act
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wii.i.iam k ROZARTH.
a- Administrator ..f th. Relate .'f
w 11.1,iam 1. BOZARTH Dei eased
MAX 1: HII.V 1:1:
'" Administrator
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it day of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
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M. Kpli usaa, holder "f
In.im.n:.- Dlntrlei r..v
Numbered l29, dated the
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' mj offloe, and has made
i'ni.n. n-i -i for tax .1.....1 in jhmii-
...... hi ri rordance with law
' embraca the follow
ii-.1 property, situated In
ladi Co inty, Plorlda, to-wit-
l-"' s. ink 12, Comfort Oar-
Jens, 2nd Addn m in.- County 'if
I'ail. Si il.- ,,f |.", |,I 1
I'll.- nasenament of -..'.i proper! j
mil.-, nid Certlflcats eras bis.....I In
',' ..... nf Anne .1 I),.-. Asenl
1 "' aid Ci tirii ite -ii..'i be re-
'l'.V,'""1 sccordlni i" !>. tax deed
wit 1 1. thereon t>n the 12th da]
ol 1 k-tobi 1 \ 11 |.,| 1
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i" n I.K VTIM-ltM.W.
i'Ii 'i< of Circuit Court,
I lade Countv Plot
B> N i- STERRETT, l C
< in nil Curt S. B|i
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Buy War Stampi and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forcei the help they need.
Re
NOTICE OF 'iNTkNTION'Tn u.
APPLICATION FOR f?n.M,*KE
DISCHARGE *-
ni^",;,:;'>i;::;r^i-v '
Im Final Disc nance \ '' ""
of the esute ot MONTE Si
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report and for fins
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TAX DEED
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aaalane. ol KverHade. 1
IMstrlc rax Cerllflrate Nui
S62S, dated the 1st day of .1
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1..1 ta\ need to -. ,,. thereol
cordance Hh law Said Ctrl
.-inliia,-. m th- following ,!.
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State of Klnrlda
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under the said Certli kaoed .-
in the name .> MILDRED WKKER
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deemed ai oordlns t.. law, but 1 -
will Issue thereon on \h< 20tl J., el
September, \ ii i!.ii
piated tin- 15th day "f H
\ I 1 l"H
1: B. I.KATHERMAN
clerk hi Circuit Court
1 i.hI. i "..11111 \. pioiids
By N C. STKIIKETT. D. C.
(Circuit Court Heal)
g/18-25 o/i-s-i;
Notii-i- i- hereb) given Ihi'
ilniii-rsii; 11. I. desiring to engax? in
liiLsliit-x* mi.I.-: Hi. fn'litmus naT.p of
IIVHAI.I. PAINT DISTRIBtfTISG
CO., at 1105 .'.Mi St Miami
Klmiila. Int.-ii.ls I.. r.'Kis'.
in the offfce ..I the Clerk of It
null Court "I I' '! Com Iv,
MORTON RrBENBTEtX.
Sulr SIH
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney tn- \ p ilk snl
K/11-1S-Z6 9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIO.S
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE
the underslsned will register with
tin- 1 "lei k of the I "Il rull >'"?'
foi I'.il. ''"I iv. Florida, tin
ti..u n.urn PONCE SHOE -
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engaged in bulnesx
EMANCEI. SEIPERMAN
MIRIAM SEIDERMAN
9 : '- 22 It
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the undersigned, desiring i"
in hui
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Plorlda, 1 it. 1..:- In reghter I .
name lih the Clerk of ih<
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Attorney 1 foi Petitioner
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undersigned, desiring to em
business unde the fli llttoui '
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Miami. Florida, Intends to ri
the said name in th-' 'i''''
Clerk ..f the Circuit '.iiirt 0I l
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION "
TAX DEED ,
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SEPTEMBER 8. 1944
vJewist IkrHitr
FRIDAY,
PAGE SEVEN
WOUNDED IN ACTION KILLED IN ACTION
Pvt. Michael Landau, of Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Locale unknown.
SERVICE
PARADE!
Pvt. Abraham
New York City.
Miller. 23, of
His arm bone
Lt. David Lipten. 27, Army
Air Forces navigator, of the
Bronx, N. Y. Shot down while
on a mission over Roumania.
LOUIS SEITLIN WRITES REPORT pfohy coverman dr. augustine. retired by
LETTER FROM FRANCE in*ured in French action army, reopens offifces
Pvt. Harold Moskowitz, 23, of
was shattered by a stray bullet New York City. In Italy.
off a beach at Sicily where he ______
landed the first day of the in- Lt. Era Shapiro. 24, Army Air
vasion as truck driver in a Quar- Forces, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Over
termaster unit. He received the Germany. He was a pilot of a
Purple Heart. B-29
M- and Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
W. 5th St., received two
Mrs.
S. W.
gram
Pvt. Newton Nelson. 21, of CPL Kurt J- Rosenberg. 26. of
Brooklyn. He was wounded on Vallejo, Cal. In the Mediterran-
Marcie Coverman, 1421 Dr. Alfred Augustine, after Anzio Beachhead when a soldier ean arca-
1st St., received a tere- two years of active duty with In front of him stepped on a land
lastweek from the Gov- the United States Army was mine- That soldi<-'r was killed.
Nelson was on patrol duty, for
which he had volunteered. Al-
though hit, he put the other
man's rifle on his shoulder and
helped him to the aid station.
EMANUEL SEITLIN WRITES
HIS MOTHER FROM FRANCE
SEeer until another chance
cones ui>- AH of the above is
^underscore the fact that we re
ou^inu out on a big headache
forthe Nazis, and I'm hoping its
the finish tor him. You'll prob- Emanuel B. Seitlin S 2-c, son
ably suspect that I'm in on it of Mrs. Jean Seltiin of 2621 Lin-
when my mail cuts off, so I'm coin Ave., Coconut Grove, writes
now to tell you not to interestingly from France. He
, ny, It I! all be in the papers is with SeaBee headquarters, and
tomorrow anyway, so I won't tells of having passed the stage
-ay anything more. of 10 to 1 rations and pup tents.
.____________>-------------------------- They now have a very fine camp,
in fact he is "certain that it is
the finest in France." Their pre-
sent meals would satisfy any
well-fed American, and they are
able to take hot showers every
night instead of the previous
"once a week bath in a hel-
met." While the hard work has
not let up, they at least have en-
tertainmentmovies, band con-
certs, as well as witnessing a
USO show. "Of course there has
Sgt. Samuel Stein. 32, of New
York, N. Y. In the battle at
Rapido River. He took part in
the invasion of Salerno and the
battles at Cassino and d'Aveno.
Purple Heart.
Pvt. Murray M. Schulman. 24,
of New York, N. Y. In the in-
vasion of Sicily.
Pfc. Jacob Weindruch. 25, of
Rock Island, 111. On Bougain-
ville. He also fought on Guad-
alcanal.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grossman, Louis Human,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Ml|er, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkm, Joseph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Dr. Alfred Augustine
been much unpleasantness, but and dt.ntai X-Rays, with offices
since I cant tell about that, I at 910 Huntington Bldg.
will say that the good balances
the bad."
ngton Bldg.
He was a reserve officer, and
entered the service two years
ago after five years of practice
here. He was promoted to cap-
tain and served in the hospital
at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He was also
Chief Dental Examiner at the
induction station for the state
of North Carolina. While in serv-
ice, he married Miss Caryl Gold-
stein of New York.
LT. GROWMAN IN SURPRISE
VISIT TO FRIENDS IN MIAMI
Down on the Farm
Farmyard atmosphere was
heavy as a bumper crop at a
Barn Dance sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Board, in the
Monroe. N. C. USO Club a week
or two ago.
There were booths containing
farmyard animals, like chickens
and chicks, twenty bales of hay
alongside the walls instead of
chairs, and an all-WAC orchestra
seated on more bales of hay wear- ---------
ing farmers' hats, reported by Lt. E. Morton Growman paid
Jewish Welfare Board field di- a surprise visit to Mrs. Jean
rector Benjamin Lambert as Seitlin and daughter Shirley at
"cute." 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut
Outside the building a depot Grove. Lt. Growman has iust
'This is the first chance I've nac* been established for hay and returned from the European The-
had to write since I found my- bufigv rides to a small picnic ;,tre of war, after completing 25
self anywhere near Southern area not tar trom the ciud. mere missions as a navigator. He is
Prance. I hadn't expected to be a bonfire blazed and hot dogs the possessor of the Distinguish-
to eet down to writine and niarshmallows were served. 0d Flying Cross, Air Medals,
again for quite a while, but as The JWB men were dressed in threc Oak Leaf Clusters, cam-
I lv know we didn't dungaret s and disguised as farm- paign ribbons, as well as the
much trouble as we But the piece-de-resistance. Presidential Citation and Silver
it seems, was a live cow. Lam- star.
bert had half-jokingly asked a His parents> Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Seitlin
as we
course
as much trouble
:r.ought would. Of
"IwM^nLsMMlta lanH nnite local former if he could spare H{^ Crewman, "of 1627* N." w!
u-yonDD!v but forIt one- and thc man h?d #brouht 1st St., are spending the sum-
:;1l.on.D.,Day' but for on^ rea- one along. A special stall was __ ,_ Npw ,rk
Mil or another was several hours
tate. By that time almost all
'he Germans in one section had
neen accounted for. The prison-
ers came in droves and seemed
rather glad to have it over with.
Maybe its too early to pre-
set but I don't think it'll take
ioo long now to finish them up
r-d get hack home. They can't
pve up too soon to suit me.
_U isn't as rough here as I
b0 expected. We were pleased
. find that it could be this
K ;i war, From what I've seen,
-r casualties have been very
"Mil and those of the Germans
Wite large."
built to house it and, like the
record crowd of servicemen that SOLDIER LIBERATED AND IS
showed up for the event, it had
a fine time.
NOW IN ROME, REPORTED
Pfc. Louis Gadon. formerly as-
sociated with Beth David Tal-
wL ''' 1S spending a fur-
nugn hen-
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee,
Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are, what
they are seeing and doing.
Lt. Paul G. Rice, 27, Miami
bombardier missing over Roma-
nia since July 15, has been liber-
ated and returned to Rome, ac-
cording to The Associated Press.
Word that Lt. Rice was miss-
ing in action was received early
in August after he had written
his wife, Mrs. Carma Ruth Rice,
and his mother. Mrs. Annie Rice,
2331 S. W. 17th Ave.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
(Top) For the first time in their lives these three little girls
are shown a toya teddy bearby WAC Cpl. Helen Lloyd a
few minutes after they arrived in this country to stay for the
duration of the war at Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shel-
ter at Oswego, N. Y. (Below) The Rothschild family, includ-
ing four-wceks-old Gratzia in her mother's arms, as they made
their way to the train which brought 982 refugees to the Fort
Ontario camp. The National Refugee Service, a United Jewish
Appeal beneficiary, is cooperating with the camp authorities
and is assisting the refugees in numerous ways. The U.J.A. is a
participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
FiU Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, do P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name_____
Home Addres3...
Birth Date ._
Serial No..
"'Street
City
State
Civilian Occupation..
Pte Entry
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City
State
Marital Status
In s
erviee.___,_____
Date
Discharged......
Bunch of Service......._______
Ml name of nearest kin_______
Relationship-------------Address-
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PAGE EIGHT
* Jewish Meridian
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
Your writer just having re-
turned from the broiling city of
Jacksonville finds jt good to be
back home and faced with the
urgency of getting this column
out. reports as follows:
The Florida Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges held a con-
ference convention in Jackson-
ville over the Labor Day week-
end and it was remarkable to
sic what could be accomplished
by a group of approximately 20
men in the absence of other con-
vention frivolities.
New officers were elected for
the State Federation and appear
in other columns of the paper.
The constitution was amended
to permit the three chairmen
listed therein to become mem-
bers of the executive committee.
The conference changed the per
capita assessment to each lodge
from 25c to 50c for the purpose
of lending further aid to A. Z. |
A., and a planning program for
the state and for the individual
lodges. Alex Miller volunteered
to Be secretary for the state !"i
this programming.
The Hillel Building Foundation i
Fund was established in furth-
erance of action started in At-
lanta at the District Convention
under the chairmanship of Mor-
ris Witten and the initial purpose
of the fund is to acquire a build-
ing for Hillel ;it the state uni-
versity in Gainesville. The fund
will remain a permanent state
institution and will be applied
to all Hillel needs through the
state when the necessity of ac-
tion arises.
Tome
r710S.W.I2thAV.MIAMH
L/tt. 3-343!__
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
Hyman Rubin, president of
trict Grand Lodge No. 5. attend-
ed the conference as did Julius
Fisher, secretary, and the con-
ference closed after an uninter-
rupted and orderly meeting last-
ing two full days.
At the same time the Florida
A. Z. A. convention was held at
the center in Jacksonville and
delegates and members of the
six Florida chapters attended
The total registrants numbered
!>4 youths and the conference
lasted from Saturday to Monday
night culminating in a banquet
and dance at the Scminolc Ho-
tel at which Hyman Rubin, di-
trict president, was the main
speaker and Milton A. Friedman
acted as toastmaster.
The boys and girls accomplish-
ed much during their delibera-
tions and it was gratifying to
know that our Miami representa-
tives brought home every major
award from this convention. Mi-
I ami Chapter 322 won first place
i in oratory, debating, bowling and
basketball and Sigma Rho Chap-
ter ol Miami won the award for
i the best chapter in the State ol
Florida. The oratory was held
before the B'nai B'rith confer-
ence and was won by Paul Sil-
verman of this city.
A lull report will be present-
ed at the next meeting of the
lodge which will be held at the
Beth David on the night of Tues-
day, September 12th. It is im-
portant that you attend this
meeting as the detailed account-
ing oi the state activities will b.
i elated. An interesting program
is being planned on short notice
and its contents will be a sur-
prise not only to tin- member-!
ship but to the planning commit-
tee. See you there'
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Si v lest for
nounced foi the
.il< iiv follOWfll
iiu- week-end
Greater Miami
an-
ai ea
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami. Friday evening services al
7:15, Saturday morning v '"
During the sei k"lce at :30. Charles
\ -..n ..f -Mi Mini Mrs M.....H lt">-
enblltt, "ill become bar mltavuh
Helifotn Services held Baturdai mid-
night. Cantor Abraham Friedman
will hanl the sei vice, and Rabbi
Max Shapiro will apeak mi A Direct
i 'hallenge
Sll.ilosll
us s. 1.....1
I '..111 -
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Awe.. Mi-
ami Beach Prida) evening service!
hi 7 o'clock; .s'.iiiiiiImn morning al
- 10. Rabbi Moiei Megcheloff will
li Can'or Maurice Mamches
wui chant the service.
s. udos at 7 i>. iii. Rellgl
registration Mondaj i i
munll) lluilding ofl
S'lt.in.T services will be held Bat-
urda) nigh l at 11:30 .i m. Can'or
Maurice Mamches will rhanl the mid-
night service Rabbi Meicheloff will
Hpi-uk 1.1, "Nlghl bong." A commit-
, will bi .ii tii.- kj nagogue from s
|i. in. to midnight Haturdaj for the
purpose Hi^h Holy Da) services to I"- held in
L.iiii ih. synagogue and the <"in-
muillt) I'Uil.lihK

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Shabbos
Krida) evening al 7.i">. Saturda)
morning services ill 9 Rabbi Irving
Lehrman win preach on tin- weekl)
IMirtlon < Ui.- law. Cantor Emanuel
Barkan will chant tin services.
Sellchos services Hat urda) night,
Sepi :. midnight service Rabbi
Lehrman will preach ;it 12 ..'.link on
Watchman what < .r the Night."
Cantor Barkan assisted by til.- r.-n-
i c in.n w hi chant i In- Bel \
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
Iti-Kiilur services, Friday evening al
B I". Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will coll-
"^AY, SEPTEMBTR o ,,
Notes Of
M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
New
s.
W OFFICIALLY REPHSHT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
1EWISH FUHERAL HOMES
ln/wmalioo Gladly furiuihtd on RtoueH
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
d
L wuiA/rctsexufce
York. JTAl.
newspapers here demand Severe
punishment of the Germans in
retaliation for the extermination
of 1,500.000 peoplea million ol
them Jewsm the "death camp"
at Majdnek, near Lublin.
"A regime capable of such a
crime deserves annihilation on
the same scale, and a people who
Would support this regime hasn't
the remotest excuse tor any ex-
pectation of leniency m the terms
ol surrender."' says a Herald-Tri-
bune editorial.
The New York Times, com-
menting
danek horror,' sa\
the graves of the Majdanck dead
the common bond of humanity
should surely draw all groups, all
factions, all free nations togeth-
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S. W. 3rd St.. Miami- Prlda) evening
j services begin .it T.r.. Saturda)
, ,. I morning at Rabbi Simon April
L.eaaingiwiii in each levelling er>ices al ijt
Kelirhn* services .it mignight Sntui -
'I Kepi 9, Rabbi April in charge
lets are now ivallable for Hkii
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nt i o'clock. New children win be
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School during the month "f Septem-
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b) railing Rabbi April.
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Tuesday. September 12th:
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Workmen s Circle Brani h No t2 '
executes committee meeting,
Thursday. September 14th:
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La knlwly;f?rmJed Bovernment
which has joined the Allies and
declared wai aKais| Germany
I n'y,VVT'd he,S b* Charles
w La' S;\rmer Russian Mins-
' 10 the United States honor-
crTcv A"'-"'' of Demo-
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ai announcement to this effectl
will be made shortly ovei the
Bucharest radu>. Ruinania ,s Sj
am Axis satellite in Eastern
alhouKh its geogiaphic and
difficult than that of others"
he said in a statement to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Forum Group to Discuss Post
War Anti-Semitism
The "Y" Forum Group, of
which Harry Gerstein is chair-
man, will meet at the "Y" next
Wednesday evening, September
13, at 8:30 o'clock. Alexander
Miller, executive director of the
Anti-Defamation League of the
State of Florida, will be the mod-
erator and the topic will be,
Anti-Semitism in the Post War
Period."
The "Y" Forum Group has
been very successful with its
project. It has carried o n
throughout the entire summer
and it has had very appreciable
crowds. Last month, Abraham
Cannes, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, was
the moderator of a discourse on,
"The Jewish Problem in the Post
War Period."
These discussion groups are
held the second Wednesday of
every month. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
Old Timers Night
Huge Success
The Old Timers Night held at
the "Y" last Sunday evening was
a tremendous success. Over 300
people crowded the audtorium
t" see themselves in the movies
of six years ago, which were
shown by Herman Waitsman.
Hany Schwartz, chairman of
the committee, wishes to thank
the following for their assistance:
Marty Milstein, Mrs. Herman
Barnett. Mrs. Minna Lavine,
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Werner, Bernie Ster-
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Dancing and craft classes w"ft
Scd "^mediately after the
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lars call the "Y" office.
Regional Conference
As previously announced, then.
has recently been organized a
Southern Region of Y.M.A.S.'s,
y.w.H.A. s and Community Cen-
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fare Board The first conference
will be held at the Biltmore Ho-
tel, Atlanta. Georgia, on Septem-
ber 23 and 24.
Any member of the "Y" v.:ih-
jng to attend is cordially invited
For particulars, communicate
with Mr. Grossman at the Y/'
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anniversary of the outbreak of
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%  %  PAGE FOUH Jew 1st Htrldiar) raiDA^SEPTEMBER The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 ^^ phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By MURIEL LEVIN Copyright, 1944, Jowifh Telegraphic Agency. Inc. FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1944 ELUL 20. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 36 JEWISH EDUCATION OBJECTIVES The national observance of Jewish education month begins on September 10, and continues until the tenth of October. All over the country, as in this area, the forcefulness of the observance will be channeled in endeavoring to interest adults and youth in education. Through this interest, enrollment in Hebrew and Sunday Schools is being stressed, in addition to participation in other educational media. Education of youth as a mainstay and backbone for any people or cause cannot be overemphasized or understated. In line with this observance we print a current sentiment as expressed by Mr. A. P. Gannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. "Jewish education is so wide in scope and content that every Jew should be able to find in it an answer for himself. There are those who wish a maximum Jewish education which includes good knowledge of the 'Five Books of Moses,' a basic knowledge of the Hebrew language, Jewish history, various observances and practices in the home and synagogue, a knowledge of the phophets, and a little of Mishna and Gemara. "Others want their children to have a feeling of affiliation with the synagogue, some knowledge of our customs and ceremonies, a little Jewish history, and contemporary Jewish problems. And there are those who seek the middle ground. A happy medium suits their philosophy and their.ideology. The maximilsts wish to use Hebrew as the medium of instruction. Minimilsts stress the use of English. Those in the middle ground have a combination of both. "The ultimate aim of all types of Jewish education is the same. It is to teach our children our ideology, our love for life, our love of God and mankind, our hopes and aspirations, our moral and ethical contributions to the world, our beautiful ceremonies. What is most important is that we wish to imbue our children with a feeling of pride, of personal esteem and dignity, and of the desire to continue as Jews. Success in our aims and fulfillment of these aims will most definitely help combat anti-Semitism, for one of the dangers to our people is selfhatred. An antidote to self-hatred and anti-Semitism is a sound and positive Jewish education. "These then are our aims. The method and the approach are different. The guantity, quality, and content are different. How much and what? How to carry out our aims? These are vital questions Shall it be in Hebrew, in English, or in both? Mention the word Hebrew to some and their hair stands on end. It bears a stigma, and connotes a condition that to them is unacceptable. What they fail to understand is that Hebrew is not an end. Even for those who wish to speak it fluently the language is not in a vacuum. It is a vehicle, a means whereby our above-mentioned goals are to be obtained. In the opinion of the maximilsts the use of the Hebrew language will ultimately achieve the purposes more easily and the objectives obtained will be more permanent and the attachments much firmer. They base this on the fact that our great writings have been handed down to us in the Hebrew language, that our Bible is in the Hebrew language, and on the firm belief that a language helps maintain the life of a people. On the other hand the minimilsts point out that to learn the Hebrew language is a struggle that we lose sight of the forest for the trees. The children are so busy learning the language that there is no time to imbue them with our main purposes and objectives. If language is a vehicle then let us use the most expeditious method. The middle-of-theroad contend that both have arguments in their favor and they wish to use. if at all possible, the English and the Hebrew languages and to expedite the achievement of their aims Each to his own and each in accordance with his philosophy and his ideology. One cannot convince the other. Each one has his foolproof arguments and attempts to disprove one or the other are to no avail The teaching of the Torah is our aim: the love ot Uod. love of man, and the moral and ethical ideals as lived by our people. Let us achieve those. Let us not guibble too much over methods. "The Holy Days are upon us. We turn our thoughts to ourselves, our famines, our children. Our children! Will our children have that feeling of belonging, or participating, in our iov in our sorrow? Will our children belong to us? Will they belong to our people? Will they strive to carry on our traditions and our life? "The solemn days are a pefiod of dedication, and we must resolve to remember the Biblical phrase 'And thou shalt teach thy children diligently.' Our children must receive a Jewish education. We think naturally a maximum Jewish education is desirable yet realizing that perhaps that is impossible We think that every child should get a Jewish religious education— whether it is merely once weekly in the Sunday School or five times weekly in the Hebrew and Sunday Schools. The important fact is that the children are receiving an education. Now is the time for we parents to consider the consequences of a sound Jewish education: our children will be ours. Our children will understand what it means to belong to themselves, to the Jewish people, to America, and to the world at large. Understanding our ideals and spiritual contributions, our children will qrow up to be better people an dbetter Americans—upright in their thinking, unafraid of discrimination, and ready to combat prejudice and bigotry. It is our duty to give our children a Jewish education. Again, as after the first World War, the problems of Jews as minority groups scattered throughout the world arc beginning to claim the attention of peace planners. There is the obvious problem of punishing those guilty of massacres which have reduced the pre-war three million Jewish population of Poland to a few thousand, and of those who have robbed, tortured and murdered Jews in all the countries surrounding Nazi Germany, from Holland and Belgium to Hungary and Rumania. The American Jewish Conference in submitting its demands to Secretary of State Cordell Hull for punishment of those unspeakable Crimea correctly maintains that to condone them would be to destroy the foundations on which our civilization rests. What basis the Jews may find for continuing some kind of life in Europe alter this war remains problematical. An encouraging sign is to be found in the prompt abolition of all discrimination in that part of France which has been liberated. Similar assurances are given by those prepared to form new governments in Holland and Belgium. Relaxation of the pressures against Jews in Bulgaria and Rumania shows that in those regions the conscience of the civilized world can make itself felt by the pussure of fear if by no other means. In Poland, the sufferings which all have undergone may serve to draw closer those who once persecuted their Jewish follou -citizens with their erstwhile victims —thos who have survived. Meanwhile, the status of Palestine may also be expected to loine in for revision. In the early stages of the Dumbarton Oaks discussions between technicians of Russia. Britain and the United States, there could be of courseno public reference to individual countries or territories. The inof the conference was first of all to provide a basis of agreement among the four great powers, the three named and China, for the arbitration of international disputes and for the maintenance of international peace. Tin reluctance of the Dumbarton Oaks delegations to make any premature statements to the press was motivated by a desire to be sure of each step, to walk on solid ground in the first efforts to build a decent world out of the ravages of war. But obviously the entire system of trusteeship for weaker nations. backward territories and disputed areas, was one the conference must consider in its overall planning. The statement has frequently been made that the mandate system failed rather badly. It failed in the Pacific Ocean where Japan took advantage of the trust reposed in her. It failed in the case of Palestine because the welfare of the regio nwas subjected t,, British Empire political considerations. Now the substltution of a new system is pro1 ed, for the mandate svsteni. I be new system would be international trusteeship rather than administration by a single nation. ;,s under the mandates. Under such a system the enquestion of Palestine as a refuge and as a homeland might well receive more disinterested consideration than it has. viewed XClusively as B British Empire problem under Arab po |• pressure. From the international point of view the poten; %  -. economic development of I ale.stine and its ability to re£eve those(who wish to go there and for whom there is no other '"""' the Dumbarton Oaks ducusaions are to be watched with 1 ""' 'ban a passing interest For inere are being hammered out the principles that may lay the groundwork for the' postwar -TIDBITS FROM EVERYW iPJUddfy eotigiderUial -By PHINEAS J. BIRONZIONIST MERRY-GO-ROUND Premier Nuri Pasha of Iraq, who is expected Washington shortly, will devote himself to a in,I? arrive iv~ ..—l uim _i I., i-i. i 'ingle mW. ienl :oiu iefe Near East with the diplomatic task "of"count leaders of political moves in Washinvton Pierre can Paassen" 9 ^^ wasmngion snoruy, win aevote himself to a sinnl %  the undermining of Jewish hopes for an indeDPnHi mission: status in Palestine Premier Nuri Pasha whoa* r P** 0 ed ball with the Nazis until British military forces dSS. r*fc has been entrusted bv imnortnnt rmH.9i—:_. e,ea ted her' has been entrusted by important anti-Zionist ArahM S the Near East with the diDlomatic toot, ~ _.. .leaders of ago pointed to Nuri Pasha as the most skilful^A*! 7 1 Zionists and urged action to expose Nuri's Dolitir l ** tions Zionist political leaders declined to take 2 machina steps.^however^. .They considered Uuri Pasha ^J e >s today and Although he does not or^rate'VpalesUnT RT""' acknowledged to be the political heir of the Grand M \ Ne e art y s, ng f0rCe Qggre88iVe *~*~*m$l* NAZI NEWS One of the most ghastly aspects of the Nazis' wH n i %  murder of Jews in Poland: The ashes of the vktta. 2?S for large sums to Germans in Germany, who were toU S! these were the ashes of cremated Nazi heroes Th cial utilization of the bodies and peronal effects' of the !" 25 victims was carried out with characteristic German thoS ness Even the gold teeth were taken from the c<2 mouths, to pay for the bullets and gas that killed these ffi* ewish men. women and children ... The old rumor abS ler s double is being taken out of the mothballs again \Z the story is that Hitler left Germany a month or so ago' and! successful assassination attempt will soon be made aoato! h.s currently functioning double to confuse the international diplomatic situation still further ... On Broadway, by the vT they re saying these days that you needn't think the end of the war is in sight till the Theatre Guild starts rehearsing a Bel company of Jacobowsky and the Colonel" BOOKS AND AUTHORS "The Challenger" is the name of a forthcoming monthly comic book that will fight Fascism through a comic strip It s intended for the millions who read such comic literature A novel by Ben Hecht is always a literary event His new offering, "I Hate Actors," is said to be the funniest book vet written about Hollywood Charles Reznikoff is the author of The Lionhearted." published by the Jewish Publication Society of America ... It deals with anti-Semitism in England in the twelfth century Marie Syrkin (Mrs Charles Reznikoff) has written "Your School. Your Children." which will be published by L B. Fischer next month ... Its topic is racial and religious relations in the classroom STAGE AND SCREEN Yiddish theatre-goers are looking forward to Jacob Ben Ami's production of "The Miracle of the Warsaw Ghetto" ... Ben Ami has leased the former home of the Yiddish Art Theatre in New York s Second Avenue "Decision," Edward Chodorov's anti-Fascist play, which enjoyed a considerable run on Broadway l as season, will soon be screened by Hollywood, with Walter Huston in a major role Emil Ludwig, the biographer, has issued a public statement against the movie "Wilson" ... He claims that Wilson's opposition to Clemenceau is responsible for World War II Ludwig, a personal friend of President Roosevelt's, will, because of this unexpected help, be hailed by Republicans as a great historian P.S.: Some twelve years ago Emil Ludwig wrote a play, "Versailles," which Hollywood refused to buy ABOUT PEOPLE Technical Sergeant David Lax, one-time commercial artist who we predicted would some day shake the art world, has done it ... He is now one of the four official painters for the American Army in the European theatre of operations ... Concerning Max Band's latest painting on the Jewish tragedy, "Ecce Homo." Shalom Asch writes us: "I consider Band's canvas a symbol of our time and of Jewish destiny throughout the ages" Private David Ewen, who in civilan life used to write on music, hasn't changed his habits ... In his spare time at Camp Stewart, Ga. he founded and edited a weekly newspaper and finished his new book. "Men of Popular Music," scheduled for publication soon Rare indeed is the movie you see giving script credit to Clifford Odets, yet Clifford has been drawing large salaries in Hollywood for lo these many years ... The answer is that he's written a great many scripts which have become successful films—but in almost every case the studio has insisted on changes of which Odets disapproved, to the extent of refusing to let his name appear on the picture • MISS LIGHTMAN TEACHING CHILDREN AT CARD. HOME Miss Dorothy Lightman is servSlJ u Natlo naI Children's Carfc r of rn A P Gannt s direc" r a n thu Bur -'au of Jewish Educa on, announced. Classes in Bible and Bibical history are held weekly at the Home, under the sponsorship of the Bureau A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN WHITEFISH PIKE CARP FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries n TT ^ T 36 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONES-3-5514 — 3 5 5 1 5 3 5 5 1 6 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastri* N. E. 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PAGE EIGHT Jewish Meridian B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG Your writer just having returned from the broiling city of Jacksonville finds jt good to be back home and faced with the urgency of getting this column out. reports as follows: The Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges held a conference convention in Jacksonville over the Labor Day weekend and it was remarkable to sic what could be accomplished by a group of approximately 20 men in the absence of other convention frivolities. New officers were elected for the State Federation and appear in other columns of the paper. The constitution was amended to permit the three chairmen listed therein to become members of the executive committee. The conference changed the per capita assessment to each lodge from 25c to 50c for the purpose of lending further aid to A. Z. | A., and a planning program for the state and for the individual lodges. Alex Miller volunteered to Be secretary for the state !"i this programming. The Hillel Building Foundation i Fund was established in furtherance of action started in Atlanta at the District Convention under the chairmanship of Morris Witten and the initial purpose of the fund is to acquire a building for Hillel ;it the state university in Gainesville. The fund will remain a permanent state institution and will be applied to all Hillel needs through the state when the necessity of action arises. Tome r710S.W.I2thAV.MIAMH L/tt. 3-343!__ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Hyman Rubin, president of trict Grand Lodge No. 5. attended the conference as did Julius Fisher, secretary, and the conference closed after an uninterrupted and orderly meeting lasting two full days. At the same time the Florida A. Z. A. convention was held at the center in Jacksonville and delegates and members of the six Florida chapters attended The total registrants numbered !>4 youths and the conference lasted from Saturday to Monday night culminating in a banquet and dance at the Scminolc Hotel at which Hyman Rubin, ditrict president, was the main speaker and Milton A. Friedman acted as toastmaster. The boys and girls accomplished much during their deliberations and it was gratifying to know that our Miami representatives brought home every major award from this convention. MiI ami Chapter 322 won first place i in oratory, debating, bowling and basketball and Sigma Rho Chapter ol Miami won the award for i the best chapter in the State ol Florida. The oratory was held before the B'nai B'rith conference and was won by Paul Silverman of this city. A lull report will be presented at the next meeting of the lodge which will be held at the Beth David on the night of Tuesday, September 12th. It is important that you attend this meeting as the detailed accounting oi the state activities will b. i elated. An interesting program is being planned on short notice and its contents will be a surprise not only to tinmember-! ship but to the planning committee. See you there' In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Si v lest for nounced foi the .il< iiv follOWfll iiuweek-end Greater Miami anai ea BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Friday evening services al 7:15, Saturday morning • % %  v •' %  During the sei k"lce at :30. Charles \ -..n ..f -Mi Mini Mrs M H lt">enblltt, "ill become bar mltavuh Helifotn Services held Baturdai midnight. Cantor Abraham Friedman will hanl the sei vice, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will apeak mi A Direct i 'hallenge Sll.ilosll %  us s. 1 1 I '..111 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox. 311 Washington Awe.. Miami Beach Prida) evening service! HI 7 o'clock; .S'.IIIIIIIMN morning al 10. Rabbi Moiei Megcheloff will li Can'or Maurice Mamches wui chant the service. s. udos at 7 i>. III. Rellgl registration Mondaj i i munll) lluilding ofl S'lt.in.T services will be held Baturda) nigh l at 11:30 .i m. Can'or Maurice Mamches will rhanl the midnight service Rabbi Meicheloff will Hpi-uk 1.1, "Nlghl bong." A commit• %  will bi .ii tii.KJ nagogue from s |i. in. to midnight Haturdaj for the purpose . Saturda) morning services ill 9 Rabbi Irving Lehrman win preach on tinweekl) IMirtlon <• %  Ui.law. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant tin services. Sellchos services Hat urda) night, Sepi :•. midnight service Rabbi Lehrman will preach ;it 12 ..'.link on Watchman what < .r the Night." Cantor Barkan assisted by til.r.-ni c in.n w HI chant i InBel \ • TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami Iti-Kiilur services, Friday evening al B I". Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will collices al ijt Kelirhn* services .it mignight Sntui %  '•I Kepi 9, Rabbi April in charge lets are now ivallable for Hkii Hollda) sen Ii. ..i bol ii I... atlons Hebrew school will resume regular dally Classen Monday, September 11 nt i o'clock. New children win be registered for Hebrew ami Sunday School during the month "f September. Information ma) inobtained b) railing Rabbi April. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. Services are scheduled fur Friday evening in : i ,. Saturday morning %  v '< • will be In lit .,t ; %  ;:n Rabbi Leon Kronish will rondui i Sabbath Sellchoi servlcei Saturday "' I OIK limes, com-'• %  %  %  %  •! %  •> services ft.it III iinv i 1 orn!r rK '" > v 0n ,r? M : "^^^^".S' noiroi, sa>s> that over ( -iiclng Monday, Septembei I, there will be In attendance, al the enter, the membership committee eai-n evening from 7 to '• o'clock for the inn i.i.Mr ,,r receiving new membership applications I WANT MY MILK BALLANTINE'S ALE r America's Fintit Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED Hv NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. UI HAT iii H E N H E R E ?*t^m And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street When You Think of Real Estate Think Ot LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6-179 Dependable, Conscientious Service ftEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 905 Lincoln Rd. p n : 5.585* RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotel* Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 (I ln.s column i„ romlui-ted by the %  *-•"-"Miami Jewish Federation in cooperation with The Jewish Floridinn as a community service. To Inform tb-immunity of >.,„ „, filiation's Mtlvitles and t. avoid conflicts in! flates, phone L5411 and a.sk f, r i Community Calendar." Notification "Vrtreach Federation no lau, u Ttiesday for publication that w.-. k ) Tuesday. September 12th: m £,i..2' r h Bho,en %  %  '*' %  regular me. mig, g ,, „, C | V|( i -,..,. ,i v "l.-< ......nun., ,.,, ,„.. rommltee on i ommunlty N'eeils, Federation u. .'.'i: v.'^;:",„ rv,M '—•" %  •i Wednesday. September 13th: Workmen s Circle Brani h No t2 executes committee meeting, Thursday. September 14th: \aad Hakashruth Bub-Committee \". i ,':"""'"••• -"I Community •"i••I. mil. II office. 100] ConI rass Rldg | r, ,, ,,. lOHl. IStoA, vUGUST BROS Rw. /* trip BEST.' c r-' You can't quit now! You rnust continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! New York (JTA)-The belief R %  %  tl^twlih laws in Kumania have been abolished by LA k n l wly ; f ? rm J ed Bovernment which has joined the Allies and declared wai a K ai„s| Germany I n'y, VV T' d he, S b Charles w L a S ;\ rmer Russian Mins' 10 the United States honorcrTcv A "'-"'' of DemoMr. Davila was certain that ai announcement to this effectl will be made shortly ovei the Bucharest radu>. Ruinania ,s Sj am Axis satellite in Eastern alhouKh its geogiaphic and difficult than that of others" he said in a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Forum Group to Discuss Post War Anti-Semitism The "Y" Forum Group, of which Harry Gerstein is chairman, will meet at the "Y" next Wednesday evening, September 13, at 8:30 o'clock. Alexander Miller, executive director of the Anti-Defamation League of the State of Florida, will be the moderator and the topic will be, Anti-Semitism in the Post War Period." The "Y" Forum Group has been very successful with its project. It has carried o n throughout the entire summer and it has had very appreciable crowds. Last month, Abraham Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was the moderator of a discourse on, "The Jewish Problem in the Post War Period." These discussion groups are held the second Wednesday of every month. The public is cordially invited to attend. Old Timers Night Huge Success The Old Timers Night held at the "Y" last Sunday evening was a tremendous success. Over 300 people crowded the audtorium t" see themselves in the movies of six years ago, which were shown by Herman Waitsman. Hany Schwartz, chairman of the committee, wishes to thank the following for their assistance: Marty Milstein, Mrs. Herman Barnett. Mrs. Minna Lavine, Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Werner, Bernie Sterling, Joe Schaffer. Leo A-u L Mrs.Bea S te pkin L ^er ri Knights for the fit Z.sic DlCal Fall Activities Planned sfjWWSVfc &Stt SLABS Grossman, executive di^ e Dancing and craft classes w"ft S cd "^mediately after the holidays and parents are requ es ed to register their children. 2 mediately. For further pjjfi lars call the "Y" office. Regional Conference As previously announced, then. has recently been organized a Southern Region of Y.M.A.S.'s, y.w.H.A. s and Community Centers of the National Jewish Weifare Board The first conference will be held at the Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta. Georgia, on September 23 and 24. Any member of the "Y" v. :i hjng to attend is cordially invited For particulars, communicate with Mr. Grossman at the Y/' Tel Aviv. (JTA)—On the fifth anniversary of the outbreak of the war. this all-Jewish city marked the lifting of the last black-out regulations with streets brightly illuminated by floodlights. The lights were las! used in June, 1940, on the night before tlaly entered the war. Keep on buying War Bonds. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1Sgt N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7J01 Beet care for chronic sick, conva<**cent and elderly people SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable Prices is I'Has Beautiful around.._ GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new root later. "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-S860 jf^/W***** **"""""" .mtl'1"" tlll ,,t*lP Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. Keep on buying War Bond*



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PAGE SIX *Jewistncridlk*r) II. S. WILL HELP JEWISH REFUGEES Several national Jewish organizations today announced that they would coordinate their services to refugees of the Emergency Refugee Shelter in Fort Ontario, at Oswego. New York, through the newly organized Coordinating Committee for Fort Ontario. The Coordinating Committee will consist of two representatives each from the Jewish communities of Rochester, Buffalo. Syracuse, Oswego. and Utica. and two representatives of each of the national organizations. The national organizations participating in the unified program are: Agudas Israel of America, Inc., and Agudas Harabonin, B'nai B'rith, Hei rew Sheltering & Immigrant Aid Society. Jewish Welfare Board, National Council of Jewish Women, National Refugee Service. Inc.. ORT. Synagogue Council of America. Additional organizations wishing to participate in the coordinated program are expected to be invited to membership. J.D.C. EUROPEAN HEAD ARRIVES IN NEW YORK New York (JTA)—Dr. Joseph Schwartz, European chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee arrived here this week from Europe to report to JDC leaders on the situation of the Jews in liberated territories which he visited and on problems connected with the rescue of Jews from occupied countries. "The success of the Allied armies has caused a profound change in the attitude toward evacuating refugees," he said. "The Turish government was very cooperative in allowing transit of refugees from the Balkan areas. The main difficulty has been the unwillingness of the Germans to permit the evacuation of refugees to safe places." He added that Mine Jan. 1. 1944. the committee hail succeeded in getting 8,000 refugees out of danger spots in Axis Europe. DANCERS AHEAD FUR PALESTINE IS BELIEF OF BRITON Jerusalem (JTA> that many dangers in the peace and Palestine, retiring missioner Sir Harold LONDON NEWSPAPERS ASK NAZI PUNISHMENT London. (JTA).—An editorial in the News-Chronical demands rigorous punishment of those directly responsible for the extermination of l,5(i(i.(i0() persons — mainly Ji ws—at the Majdanek camp in Poland and taxes lh( i tinGerman nation with acquiescence in "these crimes against civilization." AMERICA FIRST PARTY MEETING TO BE PROBED Washington. (JTA). — Senator Theodore Green of Rhode Island, chairman of the Senate Special Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures, announced that a closed session of that group has considered a request oi the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League tor an investigation ol the anti-Jewish resolution Iraopted this week by the convention ol the America First Party. He did no) Indicate what was taken by thi The Anti-Nazi Was voiced in a by Prof Janus chairman, charging "misuse of the party and other electoral processes." The group also appealed to Attorney-General Francis lie and Gov. Hairy Kelly ol Michigan for a probe of the America First activities. action, it any, committee. League's plea telegram sent Sheldon, its Stressing still threatwelfare of High Coin MacMichael a farewell message warned that the gravest danger is "political fanaticism which has been deliberately inculcated among the younger generation which has been regimented for ends Which are negative to all that is meant by democracy Sir Harold, who left the country this week, added that not all the people ol Palestine sympathize with this fanaticism and urged those who oppose It t" act to curh the terrorism At the same time, he paid tnubte to the population's contribution to the war effort. The High Commissioner's address was hroad, cast nation-wide. "I have no intention to n trace the happenings of the past nor Ion-cast the future, nor do 1 propose to repeat at length the advice which I have already ventured to give," Sir Harold t said. "I have nothing to add and nothing to withdraw on that score. I wish laiher to thank those to whom thanks andue ," APPEAL FOR RESCUE OF JEWS MADE BY W. I. C. Buenos Aires (JTA)—An appeal for the rescue of Jews from Km ope made here by Arieth Tartakower, secretary ot the World Jewish Congress, provoked severe anti-Jewish articles in the nationalist press which demands that Argentina remain closed to Jewish immigration even alter the war. The newspaper La Fonda, commenting on Mr. Tartakower's appeal, writes: "Fortunately we are not represented on the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees and are not obliged to accept its decisions. The committee's aim is the placing of refugees in countries considered suitable for immigration. These refugees are nothing less than 1.000,000 Jews. There is an important and dangerous aspect to this problem. We need a population that likes to work, is efficient, creative and productive Jewish immigrants do not possess these qualities.*' RECEPTION WILL HONOR COUPLE NEWLY ENGAGED FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER B ,,„ at ,U!l I.III,-,, n i>...,, ,, '•'•ANKRS Kl ,i 1 ""Uends %  '.^" U l; -' name win, the Clerk ,h?.l•• wd "'• %  •VIA.MIN 'ST MARTIN GENET ** -'NOTICE UNDER~7u?rTe^rr .. NAME LAW 0bS NOTICE is in-TKtiv ,-„.„ I 1 "' %  •"< %  • %  < Mis....... 1.-',5* ''VENthti bu.lness under th. ,.','; ,: %  •;•• ,. gl DODSWOHTH APARTU located ;it 7.11 7.1,-711 ',-. M KN Ts Miami Be* h. |.-|,,.' %  •• .• s l '"th Si resistor the ,'H : ""• %  '"'• •* of the -'.',' li( '". %  t W ", h ,"" County, Florida n 0l ''•"it S...VKK. KA/SW ,,^-V IN ''•M-'NTV JL'DGPi coca Dad, county n ori ^ OBITUARIES Honoring the recently announci d engagement of their son, Edward, to Miss Evelyn Sunshine Fagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod will tender a reception at their home. 1636 S W. 18th St., Miami, Sunday, September 10th, from 3 to 5 p.m. Friends are invited. No invitations will be issued, MEYER BERNSTEIN S* fi M< > -i I lei imt" In. SI. .•i New York, iiresldenl ol the Intel IIHI TW en i -.... i\. re held HI M m Mom la j in Ci\, i -I,I. i 'hain I in Miami IttN i h Rabbi n ving I., Im i onilui led the .-• i vice. Intel mi nl Ml \. i.,, <•.iii,i, rj llernateln, who lived al I67S %  • %  A v •' %  came to l-'l la ii shol t time •'• % %  • uinl inti ndi 'i to make his home hi i Sui vlvori an the Idow MM Ea Ihei Bernstein "f Miami; .i daughter, I mi 'i Stone i.r Franklin, in-i Mra and a ton VI Harold Bet nsteln ,.r MorMrs. Jack Kapner entertained at a birthday at her home in Northwood for her young daughter, Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir n turned to their home, 726 Flamingo Drive, after spending the summer in the North. The marriage of Miss Rose Goodmark and Paul Goldblum of Miami Beach was solemnized at Temple Beth El Sunday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. Mrs. Daniel Goodmark was matron of honor. Harry Goodmark was best man, and Dan Goodmark was usher. Pfc. David Wacksman, son of Mrs. E. Wacksman. 730 Perm St.. is now on army dutv in England. His sister. Rose Wacksman, is with the Army Nurse Corps. Camp Blanuing, Fla. Their brother Albert is with the navy in Alaska. Mrs. Donald Fan ington (Marjorie Freedman). 629 Fern St.. has gone to Chicago to join Tech. Sgt. Farrington, Marine Corps, who will attend the aeronautical school for the next five months. Keep on buying War Bonds. LFA Fm fk. B~1 ba Prodnicti WOT PALM BKACB MIT.r—aHM ICt CMULM VIENNA LUNCHEONETTE 414V 2 8th St., West Palm Beach AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE STRICTLY KOSHER PRODUCTS IN MEATS AND DAIRY UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF Mrs. Mary Schrebnick CELIA SANGERMAN M,-. (Vila Kaiigerman, .'.n. died dai 1 hei home, 1053 Euclid AVe The r.i 1 in 1> la in the Jewelrj liuaini -• In Miami Beach. Surviving ... her huaband, Wll' .in.ii. one Mm. Jerome Hangerman, .. daughter, Mr* Ulady* 1 '>hen, ind rive -i-t. IS. Mr* Ida Elsenlierg, Mi • R< beei .. Kurtsman. Mrs. rannle Farher, Mis Anna Silverstlne, and Mr* llertha Uryskler, all nf Chicago Funeral ervices were held Thursday ,1 lUveraide Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Irving l^hrman officiating Burial took place al Mi. Nebo < 11,, t. r \ MICHAEL GHUMET Michael (Irumet. II. son "f Mr, and Mis Nathan Oruinel ..1 1623 Meridian ^ve., .ii. ii Kunda) from %  heai 1 all"I'm lb-aide* hla parents Inis urvlved h) .. al •• 1. Artene Funeral atrvieea Here held ;u Riveralde %  ii..|..| Tueaday, with burial in Ml Neb 1 '". mi terj A BEST investment—A United j States War B ond. Buy often. "Let Me Get You Some e D*. 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Dr. Miles AntiPsin Pills are pleasant to take and do not upset the stomach. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Psin Mb at your drug store. Regular E!^** Ubl U &f Economy f£2P 12S Ublet 11.00. Read directions and use only as directed. SOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ili 120 23rd Htreet, .Miami Beach. Mm 1.1.1. and Intend to res-later the Hi rirtltlou* name in the office of 1 !• I'l.Tk nf the (Mrcull Court .if i'. HI. County, Plorlda. PAUli OKRHTMAN .MARK I3ROHKMAN CKDROK CHKRTKOP, attorney for Applicants B • 13-22 .'• iu/6 IN Till-: i-iirx-rv JIT DOR'S COURT IN ANIl K11R l)AIK COUNTY. H'IXRII>A IN I'ROBATK So r,asi In Re KKTATK OK WILLIAM I. IIOXARTII, I•• %  ......I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* ami All Persons Havlm 1 'lalum MI 1 ..in.,11,is Aaalnsl ,11 i-. 1 .-. V*i mil mill HI )..11. .11. hei ebj "ill led .. mi rei|uln 1 to pi asenl any %  1 imand demands which you. or ij have asaliml the • lati ..1 WII.I.IAM 1. 1:11/.Alt 1 11 ill • pi] lati of 1 lade %  louni *. Hot Ida. tn tin Hon W P" Rlanton. -"ii 1 udae % %  '. 1 >..ii. 1 -.I .ni v. .nil f i!.tin name In hla office in ihi"nunij Courthouae in Dade County, J' 1 •• wltl i(,-hi calendai months f 'in tindate ..f ii... rirsl mil.II.a'|"|' he • ol snld 1 I ilmn 01 demands ':im Hi. Il LMI mlili i->s ..f the • alu nni and to be sworn to and j" -ni.ii as aforesaid, or sun.will lied Hee St|..n ISO of tinI'rohate Act 1 1. s. iitetnbei A 11 no WII.I.IAM K ROZARTH. AAdministrator ..f th. Relate .'f w 11.1, IAM 1. BOZARTH Dei eased MAX 1: HII.V 1:1: %  '•" Administrator '• K-15-22 29 I" .; Ih.1l Mis Rvercladi %  '. 1 lifl.-aliit day of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED i-'ii.i: 1R18S Noiii.is )„.,,.1,> Kiven M. Kpli usaa, holder "f In.im.n:.Dlntrlei r..v Numbered l29, dated the ''•> %  A ii IM 1 hat riled -i Cei '• % %  mj offloe, and has made i'ni.n. n-i -i for tax .1 1 in JHMIIhi RI rordance with law embraca the follow • ii-.1 property, situated In ladi Co inty, Plorlda, to-witl -"' s. ink 12, Comfort OarJens, 2nd Addn m in.County 'if I'ail. Si il.,,f |.",„ |,I 1 I'll.nasenament of -..'.i proper! j mil.-, nid Certlflcats eras bis I In ',' %  nf Anne .1 I),.-. Asenl 1 "' aid Ci tirii ite -ii..'i be re' l '.V,'"" 1 sccordlni i" !>•. tax deed wit 1 1. thereon t>n the 12th da] ol 1 k-tobi 1 \ 11 |.,| 1 \ I'.'' I"'!I ) "''~ "' **' f -^'i'"-" 11 "1 i" n I.K VTIM-ltM.W. I'II 'i< of Circuit Court, I lade Countv Plot B> N iSTERRETT, l C < %  in nil Curt S. B |i I 10 I Buy War Stampi and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forcei the help they need. Re NOTICE OF 'iNTkNTION'Tn u. APPLICATION FOR F? N M ,* KE DISCHARGE *ni^" ;,:;'>i;::;r^ i -v Im Final Disc nance •\ %  '' ""• of the esute ot MONTE Si KORE8TKR, ......:.!'.V K ,„ : T gia Kth da, of s, „,.,;;;:; '>. "' the rlonorabl .hint..,, %  mi,,,, J„ d ( „ f ,,„, iy, Florida, fm approval of ., report and for fins 1 his Mnd .1 IJ oi Angusi \iu MAX R sU.^T' n '••" ,:l: ^^""lX\u r ^mlnlatraior NOTICE OF APPLICATION F"R TAX DEED PILE MM 1 .si u\\\, ,,i, THOMAS, ho aaalane. ol KverHade. 1 IMstrlc rax Cerllflrate Nui S62S, dated the 1st day of .1 i'. )"%  has filed -.,,.1 certlffc !" %  ;'';'''•• : %  %  • %  • IPI 1..1 ta\ need to -. ,,. thereol cordance Hh law Said Ctrl .-inliia,-. M thfollowing ,!. '•' >• •" : '"l in I'ail.' iim Ida, to a 11 i^-t 12, Block 10, gag i-iwn. ., Resub Plst Book Page 1. in the Count) of : State of Klnrlda The .1•. -11 enl ol said p under the said Certli kaoed .in the name %  > MILDRED WKKER L'nleai said Certificate -hall \x ndeemed ai oordlns t.. law, but 1 will Issue thereon on \h< 20tl J., el September, \ ii i!.ii piated tin15th day "f H \ I 1 l"H 1: B. I.KATHERMAN clerk HI Circuit Court 1 I.HI. i "..11111 \. pioiids By N C. STKIIKETT. D. C. (Circuit Court Heal) g/18-25 o/i-s-i; Notii-iihereb) given Ihi' • ilniii-rsii; 11. I. desiring to engax? in liiLsliit-x* mi.I.-: Hi. fn 'litmus naT.p of IIVHAI.I. PAINT DISTRIBtfTISG CO., at 1105 .'.Mi St Miami Klmiila. Int.-ii.ls I.. r.'Kis'. in the offfce ..I the Clerk of It null Court "I I' %  !• Com Iv, MORTON RrBENBTEtX. Sulr SIH LEON KAPLAN Attorney tn\ p ilk snl K/11-1S-Z6 9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIO.S NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE the underslsned will register with tin1 "lei k of the I "Il rull >'•"?' foi I'.il. ''"I iv. Florida, tin ti..u n.urn PONCE SHOE ni :n-.'i i" 1...m Hlvd U .iili -. Klorldn undi r whMl 1 m engaged in bulnesx EMANCEI. SEIPERMAN MIRIAM SEIDERMAN 9 %  : '•22 It %  NOTICE is HEREBY (l\\ the undersigned, desiring i" in hui • ..1 III:I:\I:I. coKKBE SHOP • im Eap 1110I11 W'.i.. M imi Plorlda, 1 it. 1..:In reghter I name lih the Clerk of ih< Court of Dade Com ly. Fin IIAI: '( MYERS fi HBIMAN Attorney 1 foi Petitioner '• 1 1-16-22 20 — Nolle.Is hereb • undersigned, desiring to em business unde the fli llttoui %  • iR \M;I-: RI AVi. 232 K rls Miami. Florida, Intends to ri the said name in th-' 'i'''' Clerk ..f the Circuit '.iiirt 0I l County. Flo Ida (11; ,, MAN RRIf RB fi I -g-1R-21 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of "" F,le A 8305 .„,,.. |hm ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV ^ Morris Marks holder of ff*"sj|l Count) Ta Certlflcats *•• -„,. Issued th.Isl iiav of Ian* %  d M < IIIIH fili-.| game in mj "'''"'' '.,.,.1 u 1.1.,.I.application foi a u 5..Sncs be Issued thereon Ssid < y embraces the '"""""frw property In the Count) of %  "• of n.niiia. to-wlt: d r „jii Trad U leas canal ano ,. and less Trail RW i" 1 ', "' not, Pag* '•;•. ;v::'' ; ment i-.,'. Bub.. ,ut t v s; containing %  .., j...in the Pag in..1. more % %  less, ''',""',, i.a.ie. Hi .t. of norida. The issessmei I "' ""..,K -),. -McertlflcaUW^the month of O.lonei. %  • II,. l-ml ,la % %  %  '' : "''!-".'EATHERJ iciniiit Court Real) /i-s-ii-n



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p itJewisltUEIIiDinidliiaup VOLUME 17NUMBER 36 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Wishineton (JTA)—A peti, w n signed by 500,000 American Sens of every creed and exaction urging the establishment of a special intergovernmental committee to rescue Jews from occupied Europe was presented this week at the White House to General Edwin Martin Watson, secretary to President Roosevelt, by a delegation of Jewish and Christian religious leaders. The petition also asked for admittance of refugees to Palestine. Earlier, the delegation headed by Rabbi Eliezer Silver, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Archibishop Athenajoras of the Greek Orthodox Church called at the British Embassy and were received by John Russell, Embassy secretary. After a brief meeting with the majority and minority leaders of both Houses of Congress in the office of Rep. John McCormack, Mass.. Democrat, the delegation held a ceremony on the steps of the Capital in which the petition was given to the Congressional leaders. The demonstration was planned by the Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe. REFUGEES I 1 BELIEF WORK Rome (JTA)—Jewish refugees in southern Italy are helping to coordinate the work of furnishing relief and assisting in the rehabilitation of 2,500 of their number residing in refugee centers. The early part of each month. j*o refugees from each center 'n Ban. the province of Potena and tincamps at Feramonte and Santa Maria di Bagni meet "V u n inf< Tmal "parliament" *nich discusses the current Pn-blcm. affectinfl the refugees, 'w "parliament" which discusses the current problems af'ing the refugees, is the brained of the Joint Distribution uxnimttee, Max Perlman, the JDC rcpreth i L vc in southern Italy, says fiat ,h c set-up is not only proi* ,n B a highly satisfactory | cndnnel 0 | distributing relief Provided by American Jewry. er,M Uls makin K available a pnSl Slor< of Personal experi\TT and knowledge on which linn u '" or 8anizing rehabilita-1 "on schemes. RACIAL DISTINCTIONS ABOLISHED IN FRANCE IS REPORT BY RADIO London (JTA)—The American Broadcasting Station in Europe i (Absie) reported this week in a' broadcast to Fiance that all racial distinctions had been 1 abolished throughout France, and that the word "Jew" must not appear on any identification paper. At the same time, the reinstatement of "all officials who had been dismissed by the Vichy government for racial reasons" was ordered by Rene Capitan. Secretary-General for National Education of the French Committee of National Liberation. The order was broadcast over the Paris radio. Further orders covering the restitution of confiscated property to Jewish owners are expected to be issued in Parish shortly. JEWISH REFUGEES ARE IN SWITZERLAND FROM FRANCE AND ITALY [ T DEATH CHAMBERS New York (JTA)—More than, 1,000 Jewish refugees from Italy and France have been admitted during the last few weeks to Switzerland, it was reported here by the Hias-Ica Emigration Association. A list containing the names of these refugees was transmitted to the Hias-Ica hereby its office in Lisbon. The Hias office in New York L II) RAYMOND A DAV1ES "ker returncorrpl "!J ,h, ,n France, told the ra u h.r A dtnt of ,ho Jl wisn Tcle tV Pr !* enc y 'hat the Maquis, here f pans ans, brought him ,h *ush Ih" ,lH -. Swiss frontier road Th "' u "derground rail"iee •? pas sage through prov2 un h '' ld by the Germans uneventful, he stated. STATE ill BRITH ELECTS OFFICERS Election of officers for the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges took place together with other business at the twoday session over labor day weekend. Elected were Nat Shorstein of Jacksonville as president and first vice president, Morrice Uman of Tampa; vice president for the North East region. Philip Selber of Jacksonville; vice president for the North West region. A J. Gross of Tallahassee; vice president for the Central region. Rabbi Skop of Orlando; vice president for the South EM region. Jack Kapner of West Palm Beach; secretary. Dr. Matthew Drosdoff of Gainesville treasurer. Harry Moskowv.ts of Lakeland; A. D. L. charm.. Jerome Freehling of Miami. Hi lei chairman. Morris Witter, of Jacksonville and A Z. A. chairman, Milton A. Friedman of Miami. by Dr. Emil Sommerstein, Jewish member of the Polish Committee of National Liberation and head of the Reparations Department of that committee, which is recognized in Moscow as the temporary government of the liberated part of Poland. Interviewed by this correspondent, Dr. Sommerstein, prominent Zionist leader and member of the pre-war Polish parliament, expressed the hope that the number of Jews remaining in the Lublin district may rise to 2,500 since many of the survivors are still in the woods and on farms where they hid from the Ger' mans for more than three years. He estimated that in all Poland no more than 100,000 Jews can have survived, in addition to those who were saved by evacuation into the U.S.S.R. prior to the German attack on Russia. U.S. FORCES 1"CT HAVE jRELIGIOUSJSUPPLIES i New York (JTA)—The National Jewish Welfare Board reports that special religious sup| I plies have been shipped to the, | U S. armed services all over the world to enable Jewish men i I and women in uniform to ob, serve the forthcoming Jewish | high holidays which begin on The correspondent was informed that two-thirds of the more than 1,500.000 men, women and children annihilated by the Germans in the "gas chambers" of the Majdanek camp were Jews. He found that only about 1.000 Jews succeeded in escaping death. They were the only Jews surviving in Lublin and the vicinity, which was liberated by the Russian Armv. Many of those Jews have relatives in the United States, and the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency obtained VATICAN REFUSES E London, (JTA).—Vatican authorities have refused the request of Palestine's chief rabbis for an audience with the pope to discuss measures to save the Jews of Hungary, according to a Jertheir* nSm* taTto&mtata to "ft|JJ^ga in America. Only fifty*of the sur-1 ,ht London Jewish Chronical. viving Jews are residents of Lublin where 48.000 Jews resided before the war. The remainder were brought by the Gestapo from other sections of Poland for extermination. The stated list of the Jews in Lublin whose relatives live in the United States is on file the Jewish Flondian office. at OVER MAYORALTY Jerusalem. JTA).— Tension beSeptember 18th. The shipments | f ;md Arabs hpre on I include a million greeting cards. 50,000 leaflets explaining the .significance of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, more than 150.000 copies of a new edition of the Board's High Holiday prayer book and 200 Shofars made in Palestine. Also ample stocks of prayer shawls. the issue of whether the mayor of Jerusalem should be an Arab or a Jew—precipitated by the BULGARIA recent death of the Moslem may%  or Mustapha Bey Khalidi — increased this week when Arab aldermen threatened to boycott the sessions of the municipal council unless an Arab is apI pointed mayor, while Jews inYEHUDI MENUHIN HAb sisted that the new mayor must A Vatican spokesman said that all measures suggested by the chief rabbis have already been carried out and nothing further can be achieved at an interview with the pope. They added that a papal legate will visit Palestine shortly, at which time the rabbis will have a further opportunity to discuss the Vatican's role in rescuing the Jews. The paper also reports that the steamer Bella Citta, which was planning to leave Constanza with 150 Jewish children bound for Palestine, has been held up as a result of war developments in Rumania. A Turkish vessel named the Smyrna is also awaiting an opportunity to leave Rumania with 2.000 to 3,000 refugees, the report adds. TPCT TT PT AY IN PARIS be a Jew since the majority of LEFT TO FLA I UN r*WU0 ^ inhamtants and taxpayers New York (JTA) Yehudi Menuhin. famed Jewish violinI ist has left for Paris where he Will be the first internationallyknown performer to play in the French capital since it Wi 0CBuy War Bonfrs and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. are Jewish. The Arab press is supporting the demand of the Arab aldermen for the appointment by the Palestine Government of an Arab mayor. The Jewish press, on ABOLISHES ALL ANTI-JEWISH LAWS Istanbul (JTA) — The Sofia radio this week broadcast a lengthy explanatory statement concerning the abolition by the Bulgarian government of antiJewish legislation, emphasizing that all confiscated property will be returned to Jews and that the decree covers all anti-Jewish measures whether of a "political, moral or police character." The statement says that the abolition applies to all decrees ItZ* h\" the Germans, it was the otner nano. wains m-i u !Up Jf£i hrthis week This is Jewish mayor is not appointed, earned here this wee*. ,. Jpws of the city will insist n accordance with an informal asreement between the violinist and Gen. de Gaulle made 10 London last year, Menuhin,w, f.rst tour army installations in England and nothern France before proceeding to Pans. the other hand, warns that if a issued under the "law for defense of the state" as well as the cabinet order of August 29, 1942. All restrictions are abolished including the wearing of yellow badges, prohibitions on freedom of movement, places of residence or practice of professions. the Jews of the city that the government divide Jerusalem into Jewish and Arab sections with separate muncipal councils. Keep on buying War Bonds. —


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„< %  PAGE TWO -Jmisli flcridian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lctvin .ire announcing the birth of a laughter, Susan Barbara, on August 15th in Washington, D. C Mrs. Letvin is the former Sophie Nehani of Miami Beach, .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morns Neham. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rothbcrg, 1526 Michigan Ave.. announce i he birth of a daughter, Elaine Sara, on August 27. Mr. and Mrs. Charles RobinSin, 557 Michigan Ave., announce the birth of a son on Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Raskin, 1035 Pennsylvania Ave. announce the birth ot* a son on Sept. 6. A daughter was born Sept. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Co305 Jefferson Ave. The wedding of Miss Ruth Nell Shapiro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shapiro. 336 N. W. 10th Ave.. Miami, and Pfc. David Louis Samowitz will take place at Beth David Synagogue, Sunday. September 10th at 4 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Friends are invited to attend. A reception will follow the ceremony. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and a member of the National Honor society. Mr. Samowitz. son of Mrs. Sophie Samowitz, Brooklyn. N. Y., was graduated from Seward Park Higli school and attended Brooklyn college. He is stationed here at the 36th St. airport. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblitt, 1580 S. W. 2nd St.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of thenson, Charles A., at services BatMr, and Mrs. Herman Wepman are in Chicago, where Mr. Wep%  is convalescing at PrcsbyHospital after a serious • • in. Tin .'• expect to be in Miami after September Mr. and Mrs. Myron M Newtheir daughti r Elyse, and Newman's fiance, Bm 2'c Seymour Gladstone. U S N R, spent the Labor Day week-end in Fort Pierce. Fla., at the home • >f Lt. Comdr. Eh Reubens. Bm Istone returned to his post at B..naiui River, Fla. Miss Blanche Seligman. daughter of Mrs. Margaret Beatty, 420 I Espanola Way. Miami Beach, was married August 20th to Corporal Melvin Fisher at the Atlantis Hotel. A reception and dinner followed the ceremonies. Among the out-of-town guests were Corp. Fisher's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fisher. New York, who visited their sons, Edwards and Herbert, during their stay here. Corp. Fisher, educated in New York, is stationed now with the Army Air corps at Boca Raton and is an instructor in the officers' club there. The bride is a Miami High graduate. \ M s. Maurice Koven, 1890 S. W 21st St., city after : -i\ week's trip in I he North. % %  ied by her ighter, Dune, who has been !i'.p in Wurtsboro, New York. : the summer. Mrs. Ko\ dan ghter, Barbara, iat %  nl vi ing at the hom i I future in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Il o! Richmond. \':i Mr. and Mrs. William Whitehorn announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Judith, to Corporal Isidore Blitt. son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Blitt. to take place at the home BRISM The brism of the sons of Cpl. and Mrs. Samuel Weber. Sgt. and Mrs. Albert rap-.er. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen took place this past week. Rabbi Machtei officiated. Mrs. George Gerson and son Gordon Neil, after vacationing in the North, have rejoined Dr. Gerson at their new home. 4344 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach. Miss Eleanor Gaivet will leave this month for a several week's stav in Detroit. Mrs. Albert Hirsch. 2611 S. W. 7th Avenue, is visiting her mother in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Hirsch of the Royal Beauty Supplies Co.. left today for Chicago to attend the showing of new beauty supplies. Mrs Hirsch will join her husband m Chicago and they will return to Miami about the fifteenth. urday, Septembei 9th, at Beth David Synagogue, 135 N. W. ?.-d Ave. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct Schachris services, recite the Haftoro, and address the congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond. Friends are invited for Kiddish following services. Cantor Abraham Friedman tutored the Bar Mitzvah. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind are leaving this week for a month's stay in New York. Tl i J will spend somi time with their son, Lt. Norman Lipkind. who Chaplain Sol Kraft I will join them there from his will perform the ceremonies. The post at Monterey, Calif. While to-be, formerly of Bronx, I m New York. Dr. Lipkind wil Benjamin Bronston, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bronston. 3301 Flamingo Drive, Miami Bench. was among 18 seniors who gradu.ill (1 from the Mercersburg Academy. Mercersburg, Penn. Entering Mercersburg in 1943. Bronston was a member of the Radio Club and the Chemistry Club. David Goldstein, president of Beth Jacob Congregation, and his wife returned to their home on Miami Beach Thursday after an xtended visit to New York. WEARY, HUNGRY JEWS NOW APPEAR IN PARIS LINCOLN D.Sr?:45 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach MIAMI tSSFH Downtown Miami CIPITOL ass-a Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd NOW SHOWING! thru Tuesday, Sept. 12 CARMEN MIRANDA DON AMECHE WILLIAM BENDIX "GREENWICH VILLAGE" Tantalizing. Tune-Packed Technicolor Treat lor the Tired Torso! • • EXTRA! u POST-WAR FARMS" in the new MARCH OF TIME Now York, is stationed with the (' rps at Drew Field. Tampa. Fla. The bride, formerly oi New York and now of Mii en active as a VicBelle of the Miami Sen Ice ue. Mrs. Sam Dickson and i ard, 820 N. W. 7th Ave.. Miami, ha\ n tui ni d from an extended visit in Massachusetts with relatives. Mrs. Isadore Tannen and hter Can le are returning to afti r .i five week vaca: lion in New York. Atlantic City and Philadelphia. While in N< w i York they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen. Mr. I Tannen. son ; ,nd brother is a •r Miami attorni j attend the National Zionist Convention October 14. to which he is a delegate from the Miami B< h District. Mrs. Harry Hai kir has returned from New York and vicinity, when she spent five we ks visiting friends. for REST CONVALESCENCf .HJCHRONIC CASES Sun-Ray Park Health Resort fc£^£*9>SU^ MIAMI' W Tl ACI tH .t 10"COUrFLORIDA Dickie and Josh, children of Mr. and Mrs Milton Sirkin, 2024 N. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, returned after spending the summi : at the Blue Mountain Camps at Stroudsburg, Pa. Leaving for Florida State College for Women at Tallaha see th< mi Idle ol the month will Miss Ester Arginter, daughti i ol Mr and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, of 1542 N, W. 2nd St., and Miss Ester Lea Silverman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Silverman, formerly of this city, now residing in Fort LauderMiss Argintar, a member i Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, w ill be a sophomore, and Miss Silverman will be a freshman. London. ^ is the BEST Zurich, (JTA) — p ani p once again among the W 8 Hungary as a result of !" mass-deportations and inS anti-Jewish measures, which W been eased for a few wSJ* results of protests voiced^?.? United States and England'£ Swiss press reports. 8 "* The Budapest correspondent „( the Swiss Telegraphic Ao. Writes that there is groig"* fear "that Hungary will take up the J.nvish "pi" energetically and will re ,Z ant-Jewish persecutions.'^ correspondent says that Hunear an extremeists "supported by the Gestapo and Nazi elitl guards are pressing the Hun ganan government to rescind n> cent relaxations of the anti-Jew ish measures and are especial determined to make Hunear, udennen by deporting all J e ^ to Ger man exter mination camps. Keep on buying War Bonds For Men And Women Overseas Assorted Cheese Consists of Mel-o-pure, Le Briet French-type, Calumet club hickory smoked, Maybud Gouda, jar of anchovy paste, and package of Melba toast. Box S3.50 • Solid only to be mailed overseas to men and women in armed services. • Points furnished and repossessed by distributor. • No C. O. D.'s on cheese assortments. • Direct requests needed for Army Overseas packages except between Sept 15 to Oct. 15. • No requests necessary for Navy or Marines. .MIAMI STORE FOX HOLE" Jiottt* &4* Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brothers he* Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED2 008 W FLAGI.FR OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street P hone 7 '^ Week Day Dinner* 5 to 10 P. M S undays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wlnef WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMIOR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 vpnirfrtoricfiaw 1 PAGE THREE IS 5MET OFFICE loseph A. Bcrman. prominent JSLincoln Road atorney. was ffl associate judge of munic"Tcourt Wednesday, succcedipa Cold Spaet, who tendered B Katie" to city council 5„e to the pressure of private business. Berman is 35 years old, is marA has a three-year-old daugh[f Carol and they hve at 4310 Nautilus Drive He practices j aw at 420 Lincoln road. Hc js president of the Men's rhib of Miami Beach Jewish renter, past superintendent of the Sunday school of the center nast chairman of the board of r dors of Y.M.H.A of Greater Miami. He is treasurer of the National Children s Cardiac Home and a director in the foltowing: Jewish Welfare Bureau. Miami Beach Jewish Center. and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. DIRECTORS OF FEDERATION A regular meeting of the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will take place Wednesday, September 13, at the Sunshine room in the Tngraham building. Monte Selig, president, will preside. FORT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE ANNOUNCES ITS SERVICES Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron, of Temple Emanu-EI, a liberal Synagogue serving Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale, and Broward County, and located at 1801 South Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, announces the following High Holy Day services: Erev Rush Hashanah, Sunday. September 17. 8:00 p.m.; Rosh Hashanah, Monday. September 18th. 10 a.m.; Sabbath Shuvah, Friday, September 22nd, 8 p.m.; Kol Nidre, Tuesday. September 26th, 8 p.m.; Yom Kippur, Wednesday. September 27th, 10 a.m. Religious School registration and the opening session will take place Sunday, September 24th at 10 a.m. The rabbi resides at 1824 Coolidge St., Hollywood. LOCAL YOUNG MAN WILL RECEIVE DEGREE AT EMORY Pcritz Scheinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of this city, will receive his M.D. degree at graduation exercises at the Emory University School of Medicine. Exercises will take place Saturday evening, September 1G, in the Glenn MemoriaJ of the university. His parents will be present in Atlanta for the ceremonies, as will his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. in addition to other relatives. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NQW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 33 NORTH EAST FIRST AVENUE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE Dr. Alfred Augustine ANNOUNCES THE RE-OPENING of his DENTAL OFFICE SPECIALIZING IN EXTRACTIONS AND DENTAL X-RAYS 910 Huntington Building Miami, Florida TELEPHONE 3-294 8 High Holiday Services OF THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. WILL BE OBSERVED AT THE SYNAGOGUE 590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE AND AT SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. 3RD STREET SLICHOS: SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SEPTEMBER 9TH ROSH HASHONA BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 17 YOM KIPPUR BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 26 Services at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 s W. 17th Ave.. will have Rabbi Murray Grauer as guest Spiritual Leader, with Berele Kallenberg, renowned Cantor, chanting the services. Services at the Schaarei Zedek building, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street, will have Rabbi Simon April as Spiritual Leader, and he will also chant the services in addition to Preaching. The seating committee will be at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., every evening from 7 to 9:30 o'clock excepting Fridays and on Sunday mornings to aid you in selecting seats. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue 1545 S. W. 3rd Street SEATING AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE FOR SERVICEMEN BETH SHOLOM CENTER HAS SEAT SALE FOR HOLY DAYS Judge Morris Berick, president of Beth Sholom Center, announces there will be a limited number of seats sold for the High Holy Day services at the Center. The committee will be in ati tendance from 10 to 12 a. m. and trom 7 to 9 p. m. at the CenI ter, 761 41st Street. Miami Beach. I E ID BE STRESSED FOR THIRTY 0M5 %  -I,, null. „„-„.-.„ ..-v,,. 1 Jewish Education Month m ANOTHER CHAPLAIN NOW | Greater Miami officially open STATIONED AT M. BEACH September 10 and will continue I to October 10, 1944. During thiAn additional Jewish chaplain j month an intensive campaign Rabbi Simon April will preach and conduct services at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., for the High Holy Days. to administer to the needs of servicemen of Miami Beach, Chaplain Carl I. Miller is making his headquarters at the Georgian Hotel. He is originally from Cleveland. Ohio, and attended will be conducted to urge parents to give their children a Jewish education. By registering, them at Sunday and Hebrew schools. The Bureau of Jewish EducaSERVICE LEAGUE ON BEACH WILL E Western Reserve University and ] tion and its affiliated BChoolfl the University of Cincinnati. He | are now making plans to reach graduated from the Hebrew UnGreater Miami Jewry to explain ion College in 1931. He has held the importance of a Jewish edpulpits in Helena, Ark., Freeman, ucation and its urgency at the Ohio, and Toledo. He came here present time. Jewish education ffrom New Orleans Chaplain ReI will be the topic of the discusplacement School, D.S. to Transportation Corps School, Army Air Base. He is attached to the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution Station. He is married and has two daughters. Chaplain Sol Kraft is the other Jewish Chaplain attached to the Air force. At a board meeting of the Miami Beach Service League held Tuesday, the directors decided to resume servicemen's dances, to be held weekly on Saturday evenings at the Miami Beach "Y," 1 Lincoln Road. These dances were a feature of the Service League program during the vast influx of servicemen, and were discontinued when the decond lessened. With the great number of returnees now on the Beach, the need for these affairs has been evidenced. The Service League furnishes refreshments during the course of the evening. Other activities of the Service League include serving of a Oneg Shabat after Friday evening religious services at the Beach "Y." Mrs. Charles Raab and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky are in charge. In addition the League is sponsoring a series of house parties for returnees as part of the morale and service effort. Home hospitality for the coming High Holy Days is being arranged for, and those desiring to make available their homes to the service are asked to contact the Jewish Welfare Board. 9-1323; the Miami "Y." 3-4012: or the Beach "Y," 5-6371. PROMINENT ACTOR OF NEW YORK DIES AT 53 New York, (JTA) — Ludwig Satz. prominent Yiddish actor, died at Beth Israel Hospital here this week at the age of 53. He had been ill for some time. Mr. Satz. who also acted on Broadway, began his stage career at the age of five in his native city of Lwow. Before he was 20 he was employed by Maurice Materlink for an English role in London. He came to the United States shortly after the sions in synagogues and in Jewish organizations during this period. The Bureau of Jewish Education has approached various Jewish organizations in thicommunity to allow speakers '< appear at general meetings to explain why a Jewish education is vital to every child. The affiliated schools oi tin Bun au of Jewish Education art Beth David. Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Israel, and Beth Sholom Center. Registration in the Hebrew Schools of the Beth David and Miami Beach Jewish Center will officially open September 11. 1944. Tht Beth Sholom will open its reg istration on September 25th. and Temple Israel plans to open its Sunday School the beginning October. The course of study in tin various schools will include Bible, Jewish History, Customs and Ceremonies, the Hebrewoutbreak of World War I. In' Language. Jewish Current 1919 he was among the founders I Events. The curriculum will bi of the Yiddish Art Theatre. Mr. j so prepared as to teach Jewish Satz appeared in numerous prochildren the love for Jewish ductions during the past 25 years, i traditions, spiritual ideals. and the most recent being "Golden I contributions to the world and Land" last season. America. WORKERS LOSE IN 0L0 AGE BENEFITS IF NOT INFORMED Hundreds lose part or all of j their old-age or survivors insurance because they do not file | claims promptly, according to | William B. Weaver, Manager of the Miami office of the Social Security Board. A recent survey in the South by the Social Security Board showed that out of twenty-seven thousand claims filed, over seven thousand failed to receive insurance payments because the worker or his dependents failed to file claims within the period prescribed by law or because the worker had not been working long enough to be entitled to benefits. There are two very important times when a worker or his family should visit the Social Security Board office. I. Contact your Social Security Board field office as soon as you have reached aee 65. whether or not you continue working. 2. In the event an insured worker dies, his wife or other close relative should visit the Social Security Board office to file a claim for old-age or survivors insurance. Field otfiee advice on how and when to file a claim for old-age and survivors insurance is absolutely free and gladly granted. The Miami field office is located at 509 Langford Building, 121 S. E. First Street. The Sunday Schools in Greater Miami are making plans to open immediately after Yom Kippur. They are in need of Sunday School teachers. If you have a good Jewish educational background, or have taught in Sunday Schools, or have taught in the public schools you can help Jewish children attain a Jewish education. Jewish education needs you. Apply to A. P. Gannes, Bureau of Jewish Education. 318 Congress Building. 3-5858. RED CROSS WORKER GIVEN ARMY BRONZE STAR MEDAL Washington. D. C, Sept. 2.— J Miss Elizabeth Schculler, American Red Cross Worker from | Montclair. N. J., has been awarded the Army's bronze star medal for her contribution "to the success of the 4th Infantry Division in battle," Basil O'Connor, national chairman of the Red Cross announced today. Miss Schuller. among the first American Red Cross workers to land in Normandy, is a clubmobile group captain. She is th< A good buy is a War Bond. Buy first Red Cross woman to receive now and you will be paid later; an Army award other than the —$4.00 for every $3.00. Purple Heart during this war. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Boar Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Maata 87th and Normal Ave. Chicago Jerusalem (WNS)—An appeal to the Jewish extremists in Palestine to abandon the use of terrorist methods was made this week by the Zionist Revisionist Party through its official organ. Beth Jacob Synagogue 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach GREETS THE COMMUNITY WITH PRAYER FOR LIFE AND PEACE MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah and Community Building throughout the High Holy Days RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF will preach in both buildings CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla A committee will be at the synagogue daily excepting on the Sabbath from 9 a. m. to noon, and from 5 to 9 p. m. for reservation of seats. We urge early reservation to avoid disappointment. All servicemen are the invited guests of the congregation. i %  %  1,



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SEPTEMBER 8. 1944 vJewist IkrHitr FRIDAY, PAGE SEVEN WOUNDED IN ACTION KILLED IN ACTION Pvt. Michael Landau, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Locale unknown. SERVICE PARADE! Pvt. Abraham New York City. Miller. 23, of His arm bone Lt. David Lipten. 27, Army Air Forces navigator, of the Bronx, N. Y. Shot down while on a mission over Roumania. LOUIS SEITLIN WRITES REPORT PFOHY COVERMAN DR. AUGUSTINE. RETIRED BY LETTER FROM FRANCE IN *URED IN FRENCH ACTION ARMY, REOPENS OFFIFCES Pvt. Harold Moskowitz, 23, of was shattered by a stray bullet New York City. In Italy. off a beach at Sicily where he landed the first day of the inLt. Er a Shapiro. 24, Army Air vasion as truck driver in a QuarForces, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Over termaster unit. He received the Germany. He was a pilot of a Purple Heart. B-29 Mand Mrs. Henry Seitlin, W. 5th St., received two Mrs. S. W. gram Pvt. Newton Nelson. 21, of C P L Kurt J Rosenberg. 26. of Brooklyn. He was wounded on Vallejo, Cal. In the MediterranMarcie Coverman, 1421 Dr. Alfred Augustine, after Anzio Beachhead when a soldier ean arca 1st St., received a teretwo years of active duty with In front of him stepped on a land lastweek from the Govthe United States Army was mine That soldi <-' r was killed. Nelson was on patrol duty, for which he had %  volunteered. Although hit, he put the other man's rifle on his shoulder and helped him to the aid station. EMANUEL SEITLIN WRITES HIS MOTHER FROM FRANCE SEeer until another chance cones ui>AH of the above is ^underscore the fact that we re ou^inu out on a big headache forthe Nazis, and I'm hoping its the finish tor him. You'll probEmanuel B. Seitlin S 2-c, son ably suspect that I'm in on it of Mrs. Jean Seltiin of 2621 Linwhen my mail cuts off, so I'm coin Ave., Coconut Grove, writes now to tell you not to interestingly from France. He ny, It I! all be in the papers is with SeaBee headquarters, and tomorrow anyway, so I won't tells of having passed the stage -ay anything more. of 10 to 1 rations and pup tents. > They now have a very fine camp, in fact he is "certain that it is the finest in France." Their present meals would satisfy any well-fed American, and they are able to take hot showers every night instead of the previous "once a week bath in a helmet." While the hard work has not let up, they at least have entertainment—movies, band concerts, as well as witnessing a USO show. "Of course there has Sgt. Samuel Stein. 32, of New York, N. Y. In the battle at Rapido River. He took part in the invasion of Salerno and the battles at Cassino and d'Aveno. Purple Heart. Pvt. Murray M. Schulman. 24, of New York, N. Y. In the invasion of Sicily. Pfc. Jacob Weindruch. 25, of Rock Island, 111. On Bougainville. He also fought on Guadalcanal. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maunice Grossman, Louis Human, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. Ml|er, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkm, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. Dr. Alfred Augustine been much unpleasantness, but and dt nta i X-Rays, with offices since I cant tell about that, I at 910 Huntington Bldg. will say that the good balances the bad." ngton Bldg. He was a reserve officer, and entered the service two years ago after five years of practice here. He was promoted to captain and served in the hospital at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He was also Chief Dental Examiner at the induction station for the state of North Carolina. While in service, he married Miss Caryl Goldstein of New York. LT. GROWMAN IN SURPRISE VISIT TO FRIENDS IN MIAMI Down on the Farm Farmyard atmosphere was heavy as a bumper crop at a Barn Dance sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Board, in the Monroe. N. C. USO Club a week or two ago. There were booths containing farmyard animals, like chickens and chicks, twenty bales of hay alongside the walls instead of chairs, and an all-WAC orchestra seated on more bales of hay wearing farmers' hats, reported by Lt. E. Morton Growman paid Jewish Welfare Board field dia surprise visit to Mrs. Jean rector Benjamin Lambert as Seitlin and daughter Shirley at "cute." 2621 Lincoln Ave., Coconut Outside the building a depot Grove. Lt. Growman has iust 'This is the first chance I've nac been established for hay and returned from the European Thehad to write since I found mybu fig v rides to a small picnic ; ,tre of war, after completing 25 self anywhere near Southern area not tar trom the CIUD. mere missions as a navigator. He is Prance. I hadn't expected to be a bonfire blazed and hot dogs the possessor of the Distinguishto eet down to writine and niarshmallows were served. 0 d Flying Cross, Air Medals, again for quite a while, but as The JWB men were dressed in threc Oak Leaf Clusters, camI %  lv know we didn't dungaret s and disguised as farmpaign ribbons, as well as the much trouble as we *• But the piece-de-resistance. Presidential Citation and Silver it seems, was a live cow. Lamstar. bert had half-jokingly asked a His parents> Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin as we course as much trouble :r.ought • would. Of "IwM^nLsMMlta lanH nnite local former if he could spare H{ ^ Crewman, "of 1627* N." w! u-yonDD v but forIt one and thc man h? d # brou ht 1st St., are spending the sum:; 1 l. on D ., Day but for on ^ rea one along. A special stall was _„_ ,_• Npw £, rk Mil or another was several hours tate. By that time almost all 'he Germans in one section had neen accounted for. The prisoners came in droves and seemed rather glad to have it over with. Maybe its too early to preset but I don't think it'll take IOO long now to finish them up r -d get hack home. They can't pve up too soon to suit me. _U isn't as rough here as I B0 expected. We were pleased find that it could be this K ;i war, From what I've seen, r casualties have been very "Mil and those of the Germans Wite large." built to house it and, like the record crowd of servicemen that SOLDIER LIBERATED AND IS showed up for the event, it had a fine time. NOW IN ROME, REPORTED Pfc. Louis Gadon. formerly associated with Beth David TalwL ''' %  1S spending a furnu gn henThe Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee, Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are, what they are seeing and doing. Lt. Paul G. Rice, 27, Miami bombardier missing over Romania since July 15, has been liberated and returned to Rome, according to The Associated Press. Word that Lt. Rice was missing in action was received early in August after he had written his wife, Mrs. Carma Ruth Rice, and his mother. Mrs. Annie Rice, 2331 S. W. 17th Ave. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. (Top) For the first time in their lives these three little girls are shown a toy—a teddy bear—by WAC Cpl. Helen Lloyd a few minutes after they arrived in this country to stay for the duration of the war at Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter at Oswego, N. Y. (Below) The Rothschild family, including four-wceks-old Gratzia in her mother's arms, as they made their way to the train which brought 982 refugees to the Fort Ontario camp. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 POLITICAL TALK: With all .L e 0 f international political Itfcotiations in progress here and „ i/indon. we learn from none Ij? than' Sumner Welles that serious consideration is being eiven to the proposal of settling fefugecs in Angola .It will be remembered that Angola was ofilrrii for Jewish settlement in 9M and that this offer led to t D lit in the Zionist movement Mr Welles is of the opinion ihat no' country, except Switzerland has met Us responsibility with regard to admitting refugees As former under-Secretary of State he certainly knows hpst especially since he still held ,hat post when the Bermuda Conference took place Mr. Welles does not hesitate to say that the number of Jewish refugees admitted to Palestine* was mtifullv small This attitude reflects more or less the present mood of Washington officialdom, even though certain persons in the Near Eastern Division of the State Department are inclined to be more pro-Arab than pro-Jewish • • As to Sumner Welles final opinion with regard to the solution of the Palestine problem— an opinion expressed after his book 'Time for Decision" was published—it is best for us to quote exactly what he says — Many Jewish refugees," he asserts, "should find a permanent place in Palestine, if the bars to immigration are lifted and if Palestine becomes an autonomous state, under an international trusteeship, constituted after an agreement with the Arab states of the Near East" ... Mr. Welles also believes that many can find security and an opportunity for a prosperous existence if the Angola and similar projects materPROPAGANDA AND FACTS: We were a hit surprised to learn that a Jewish National Home has already been established in PaJestine And we learned it from no other source than the RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 12M Wisaingtoa hn.. Miami Itach I* dew Tort 7tth St. i Amsterdam Ave £7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1M4 OXTGEN EQUIPMENT Jewish Fhrkiton PAGE FIVE British Information Services in New York which is an agency of the British Government This agency has now released a'pamPu e L c ^! tle £ "" Fift y Facts about the Middle East" in an effort to acquaint Americans with the countries of the Middle East And what do we read there about Palestine? ... We are told that Palestine, "smaller than Maryland in area," was liberated from Turkish rule by Britain which stated that it favored the establishment there of a Jewish National Home "This Home was established," the British propaganda booklet asserts Americans are then told that 'many riots" took place in Palestine between 1922 and 1939 These riots "were connected basically with the claim of the Arabs of Palestine" that if the Jewish population continues to grow there, the Arabs "would ultimately become a minority in their native country," the booklet explains ... It adds that in 1937 the British Government attempted to meet Arab-Jewish problem by proposing the partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab States, with a British enclave, but nothing came of this proposal ... Therefore, the British Information Service goes on to explain, the British Government issued its White Paper in 1939 setting 75,000 as the limit for further Jewish immigration into Palestine without Arab consent It is worthwhile noting that while terming the Jewish upbuilding of Palestine as being "remarkably successful," the booklet has nothing to say about the Arab contribution to the upbuilding of Palestine and to the war effort ... It admits that the Jews have made desert land bloom, have developed the industry of the country, have gone forward in health and education and have contributed to the progress of the Arab population But it concludes by reporting that the merging of Palestine. Syria, Lebanon and Transjordan into a federation is now under discussion RUSSIAN REFLECTIONS: The most interesting political book on Russia I ever read—and I have read almost every book on Russia—is "Russia and the Peace" by Sir Bernard Pares, just published by the Macmillan Co. Sir Bernard, who spent many years in Russia under the Czar and visited the country later under the Soviet regime, presents the case of Russia of today with great warmth ... He not only understands Russia as few Englishmen do, but his love for Russia can be matched only by his love for his native England I would consider him "Expert Number One" on Russia in this country as well as in England because of his deep knowledge of Russia history, Russian problems and the Russian people His evaluations of various developments in old and new Russia are convincing because they are backed by his rare background He warns against the repeated suggestions of a danger of world revolution in case of Russia's victory in the present war This, he says, is the Nazi line of propaganda And he reminds us that next to Bolshevism Tne Rabbi, Cantor. Presidents, Officers and Directors of Beth David Congregation, Sisterhood & Junior Congregation tend their seasonal greetings for a "Happy New Year" to you and your loved ones. We feel constrained to say not a "Happyb ut a Ha p pier New year" for all Jewry. For we o constituted that whatever affects Jewry in other P a s of the world affects us personally. jn this glorious country of ours, where we share freedom and •werty alike,—all of us become moved at the reports of the "Uttering Jews and other groups in less civilized countries. Wo live of our bounty and extend sympathy to those in disJWI and hope for a brighter and happier year for them. We. ^refore. pra y for a "Happier New Year." May the Almighty 6rant tru -e peace to us all during this year. I3 N. W. 3rd AT... Miami Phone 2-1473 in Hitler's speeches nearly always follows the word "Jew" Meanwhile —he points out—for more than ten years there has been a current joke in Moscow • What is the difference between Moses and Stalin? j %  £ ^ d the Jews ou Of Egypt and Stalin i ed them out of the Central Executive Committee" Russia today, Sir Bernard asserts, is a country ruled by Communists who have ceased practicing C 0mr r, unism Among other things for which he lauds nussia is the solution of the multinational problem, including the Jewish problem ... He establishes the little-known fact that there arc Jewish monuments along the Dnieper dating back even before the Vikings created the first Russian state along that river in the ninth and tenth centuries ... He also points to a section of the Black Sea coast where Jews can claim to have been as early inhabitants as the Russians But the Jewish moments in this book are only sidelights, proving again the' authors vast knowledge of Russian history in all its details The book itself tries to answer many questions wjiich the average intelligent reader asks today about Russia And most of the answers are logical and convincing. • • • STORM ON THE HORIZON: There is a good deal of internal strife within the American Zionist Emergency Council ... Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the Council, insists that Dr. Nahum Goldmann not make representations to the State Department in behalf of the Jewish Agency as he does from time to time Such representations should be made by the Zionist Emergency Council which is a body of the American Zionist groups established for this purpose, Dr. Silver argues Supporting Dr. Silver are the Mizrachi and the Zionist Laborites The Hadassah representative in the Emergency Council seems to oppose Dr. Silver's views The situation has reached a point where Dr. Silver submitted his resignation Many leading Zionists are trying to prevent a break in the ranks of the committee, since this would inevitably lead to a serious split within the entire Zionist movement in the United States ... As these lints are written the crisis is at its height, since Dr. Silver is determined to withdraw from leadership if his terms are not accepted VKorf Hotfe DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 9-GALLOK BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c iPlus BoMIs Depositi PHONE 2-412S Our Film Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Capyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. The Nazis, still blowing smoke rings from a dream pipe, are exhibiting, all over what's left of their occupied-Europe, a UFA special called, "The Future Is Ours." A better title would be "Tomorrow Was Yesterday." • Biographical: The life of Karl Marx is on the production schedule of Arthur Rank's Independent Producers, Ltd. Rank (a non-Jew) is the pivotal power of the English film industry. He practically controls movie production and distribution on the Island. Reciprocally, our own Ben Hecht has signed a contract to write a screenplay of the life and times of William Shakespeare for British film production. • • Meet Herman Stern. He is celebrating his 29th anniversary with Universal one of its oldest employees in point of service. He is noted for a number of unusual movie exploits. In World War I it was through his efforts that films were introduced into veterans' hospitals. In this war it is his job to get the Universal product to the boys overseas In 1920 he staged the first "preview"—a showing to the exhibitors of Johnstown, Pa. He was the originator of staging movie shows on ships, then on trains, and later on airplanes. • • "Enemy of Women" formerly "The Life and Loves of Josef Goebbles") is a story tailored similarly to "The Hitler Gang." It follows the life of Adolf's propaganda manager from the time he was a private tutor to his rise as Chief of the Bureau of Lies. • • Collaborationists are forbidden by the French Provisional Government to hold any post of authority or management in any French film or radio company in the future. They will be also excluded from other professoins, such as the law, education, etc. Report says Maurice Chevalier, a Nazti man. is already in the grip of the Free French. • • An office is being redecorated for Henry Ginsberg, new top man at Paramount. In fact, three offices are being renovated, two for his aides. So the gossip goes that Frank Butler's will be designed with English prints; Joe Sistrom's with smorgasbord; and Henry Ginsberg's will have a matzoh motif, for Henry is a prolific matzoh muncher in season and out. • • • Sam Goldwyn accidentally made his debut in soundies. Watching a "take" in a Bob Hope screamie, Sam laughed so heartily that the guffaw registered on the sound track and there you will hear it on the completed print. • • • Zigzagging: Elmer Rice, in case you've lost track of him, is scribbling a screenplay from the Kaus novel, "Dark Angel." Far from retired, Carmel Myers is entering a second career—will shortly be hooked up on a coast-to-coast network. Get year ear-phones ready for moth balls—production of new radios will begin immediately upon Germany's surrender. The will of the late Henry Thalberg, father of Irving, revealed an estate of more than $100,000, bulk of which goes to his wife, Henrietta. George Givot is forsaking greasepaint temporarily to dazzle Broadway as a play producer. • • • When Mervyn LeRoy was directing "Dragon Seed," one of the American-born Chinese girls had difficulty pronouncing her not-native tongue. She appealed to the director. "I'm afraid I can't help you," said LeRoy. "I'm Jewish." • Can you remember when George Jessel and Patsy Ruth Miller co-starred in Private Izzy Murphy?" That was in 1926 of the pre-talkie era. • • Topper to the Loew dilemma of getting people to pronounce their names correctly came about when David Loew was introduced to a friend of a friend. "Pleased to meet you, Mr. Low," he said, and Loew breathed a sigh of relief which was quickly checked when the man added. 'We often enjoy the shows at Lowie's! What, hoew! —Buy War Bonds Todayit*?. JPU, vUGUST BROS ftyc £ ONElAlDAY VITAMIN JKLTABLBTS T HDflC af III Tour mlnkum dally raqal i aii n ii H nt A and D VlUunku or U B CnmpUx Vitamin., lo aaa E iiama ONK-A-DAT (Wand) fjjjjlg Tahlata. NERVINE D O TINSS yaa Wakaf.1. Cranky. Banian T Dr. Milae Narrfcn* aaaja ta kaaaa H a t ia— Taaaiam. Oat It at roar arox %  am. Rand dlraetloaa and ant nmlr a* •nractad. 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