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The Jewish Floridian ( September 29, 1944 )

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itJiBwyh-IEIliDipidliiaun ^5LUME l7-NUMBER 39 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS BEGIN Oil OCT. 15 A population survey, the first Organized attempt to survey the wish community of Greater Mi%  imi will officially take place, .tartina Oct. 15th and lasting ihrouRn the week until the 22nd. More than two months of preparations are now nearing final stages for the canvassing of the community to be manned by a corp of volunteer Jewish women. Headed by M. J. Kopelowitz. as chairman of the Population Survey Planning Committee, the project is being sponsored by the local Jewish Federation in cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Board in its community survey and war records activities, A mass meeting of the volunteer enumerators will take place on Wednesday, October 11, at 2 D m. at Temple Israel. Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Milton Sirkin have accepted responsibility for the canvass enumerators and are serving as co-chairman of this volunteer division. Majors and chaptains announced to date are: Mrs. Etta W. LeVine, Major; Captains: Mrs. H. Hacker, Mrs. Joel Bellov, Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Anna Pastroff. Mrs. Emil Gould. Major; Captains: Mrs, Herman Wepman, Mrs. George Greenspan, Mrs. I. H. Goldman, Mrs. Morris Salomon. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Major; Captains: Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. Carl Susskind. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Joseph Wiliamson, Major; Captains: Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Milton Wolff, Mrs. Janet Jacobs. Lieutenants and other workers will be announced. The canvass will strive to as(CONTINUEO ON PAGE 8) JEWISH SOLDIERS OF MANY NATIONS CELEBRATE ROSH HASHONAH WHILE IN ITALY Rome (JTA)—Jewish officers and soldiers wearing uniforms of I many nations celebrated Rosh Hashonah in one of Rome's largest theatres. The Elisio, while more than 2,000 Italian Jews filled the Great Synagogue here, with thousands more crowding the street outside the synagogue building. [ BEACH BOOK OEPRTED JEM Paris (JTA)—The Jews in Paris and elsewhcre.in France are deeply concerned at attempts by pow] erful groups to prevent the return home of deported Jews who were not French citizens. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency cor-1 respondent was told that such sentiments have been voiced even in influential government circles. | The proposal by these groups, that the non-citizens be returned to their countries of origin would work extreme hardship on thousI ands of deportees who may still' be living—working in the coal I mines of Silesia or elsewhere, or I confined in German concentra-1 tion camps. Many of these had : spent the majority of their lives in France prior to their deportation, had French wives and in many cases owned considerable property here. If prohibited from returning they would be stripped of everything. CLOTHING FOR THE DESTITUTEl In cooperation with United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. %  a emergency collection of clothing is being staged. Religious communities of America will attempt to collect through their houses of worship, IS,000.000 pounds of clothing. All the clothing collected will be distributed free of cost to needy persons in war-torn areas of Europe through UNRRA. The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has endorsed the project and together with cooperation organizations will do all possible to insure the success of the clothing project here. A message irom the Rabbinical Association is carried on an inside page of this edition. MOSCOW WORSHIPERS OF ARMY NAVY OVERFLOW HUGE CHORAL SYNAGOGUE Moscow, (JTA)—Hundreds of men and officers of the Red Army and Red Fleet joined with thousands of civilians at Rosh Hashonah services in Moscow's huge ornate Choral Syngague. Every available bit of space in the synagogue was filled. Worshippers stood in the hallways, the aisles and crowded out into the street. The newly chartered Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing corporation officially opened last week, setting up headquarters in council chamber on the eighth floor of the city hall. Sam R. Becker is chairman of a campaign committee and said its duty will be to comb Miami Beach Jor apartments for their army families' housing program. Becker's co-chairman is Alfred • %  Elgie. and other members are Marcie Liberman, Benjamin D. Bronston, George Bertman. Bruno *"1 Dave Eisen, Harry ZukerJick. John Prosser, John D. Montgomery. Program of the new corporation calls for leasing apartments on a 12-month basis, and then subletting them to army permanent party men who have been unable to find quarters here for Weir families. About 500 apartments for such purpose are needed at once, it is asserted. An initial fund of $50,000 had placed at the disposal of 'He corporation public-spirited men. Other prominent Miami Beach Business and professional men comprise the other officers and directors. Officers of the group are: Sam B 'ank. president; Monte Selig, Wee-president; Thomas O'Hagan ""Pice, vice-president; Charles '• Clements, vice-president; Carl tinkle, treasurer; Harry Zukermck, secretary; Gus Jacobson. executive secretary. Sofia (JTA)—Thirty-five thousand Jews have survived the German occupation of Bulgaria, but, not a single Jew remains in i Macedonia from where the enI Ure Jewish population was de-j ported to extermination camps: in Poland, the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency established upon his arrival here, j Before the war there were about 50,000 Jews in Bulgaria. Dimo Kazasov, Bulgarian Minj ister of Propaganda, assured the JTA correspondent that the Jews | in Bulgaria would get back .all; property, businesses and other as-1 sets confiscated by the state, or forcibly sold under the anti-Jew-1 ish laws of the former pro-Nazi ( regime. It may take time to settle the transfer of some of the property, he said, but the Bulgarian | Government is determined to solve the problem in a manner | which will not disrupt "the traditional friendship and mutual unI derstanding between the Bulgarians and the Jews. ASK TO SEND RELIEF TO LIBERATED JEWS IN EUROPE London (JTA)—The British Government announced that a Jewish Brigade Group will be formed and will be assigned to active operations. The formation of the group follows repeated demands by the Jewish Agency for Palestine for a Separate Jewish fighting force to participate in the liberation of Europe from the Germans. The British Information Service has said that the strength of a pre-war brigade was about 3.000. but that they have been greatly enlarged since thp war. The present figure cannot be divulged for reasons of military security. A brigade is larger than a regiment, but smaller than a division. An infantry brigade, the announcement said, will be based on the Jewish infantry battlaions now attached to the Palestine Regiment. The necessary concentration of troops for training is now taking place before the unit is sent to a theatre of war. Supporting and auxiliary units which will complete the group are now being formed, the Government revealed, and they will join the new infantry brigade as soon as it is practicable. Details of the scheme are being discussed with officials of the Jewish Agency, which has been invited to cooperate with the military authorities. By arrangement with the War Office, the Jewish Agency for Palestine this week opened an office in London for preliminary registration of men desiring to serve in the Jewish brigade being formed by the British Government. GOOD-WILL COMMITTEE IS FORMED AT HOMESTEAD London (JTA)-A representative of the Jewish Agency has approached the Soviet Embassy here in connection with securing facilities for the Palestine Jewish Rescue Committee to send rein I fo liberated areas of Eastern Europe. The results of the meeting J3g a Soviet official are not, known. A number of.Palestinian Jew-j sh women serving m the Aux I arv Territorial Service will shoit?y rV be discharged in order tojota the Balkan mission of the UniUd Nations Relief and Rehab.htat.on Administration, it is learned hen. A three-man goodwill committee to further religious tolerance and understanding has been formed at Homestead to work with the Miami Round Table, a branch of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Named on the committee are S. J. Lynch, Catholic, grove and production manager of the Florida Lime and Avocado Growers; Carl Wagner. Protestant, principal of Redland schools; and Pfc. Monroe Losner, Jewish, son of Mr and Mrs. Max Losner of Homestead, veteran of 29 months" service with an armored division in England. Africa and Italy. Paul Losner, a brother of Monroe, will serve as Monroe s proxy on the committee. RELEASE OF BLOCKED FUNDS fin Montreal (JTA)—Action by western hemisphere governments to release blocked funds of refugees residing in their countries has been urged in a resolution introduced at the session of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration council by the Cuban delegate, who also suggested that Jews be recognized by the UNRRA as one of the United Nations.for relief purposes. Meanwhile, a delegation from the American Jewish Conference presented rehabilitation recommendations for Jews to Assistant Secretary of State Dean Acheson, who is the American representative on the council. The delegation, which consisted of Dr. Alexander Kohanski of New York and Jane Evans of Cincinnati, urged assistance for Nazi victims who are not nationals of Allied countries and asol asked that official Jewish observers be assigned to the UNRRA council and its various committees AUTHORITIES ARE F CONFERENCE HEED IN ATLANTIS!THE J IN B ON CENTERS The first annual conference of the Southern Section of Jewish Centers, Y.M.H.A.'s and Y.W. H.A.'s of the National Jewish Welfare Board was held at Atlanta Saturday evening, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. Representatives of all the southern states, including Texas, were present. Professional workers of the region assembled Friday, prior to the convention and conducted a Professional Workers' Institute. At this Institute matters of particular interest to professional workers and their programs were discussed. Some of the topics considered were: The major needs in community service, Programming, Responsibility toward the returning veteran, Interpretation of Jewish Center Work and Relationship of Jewish Centers toward Jewish community agencies. Jack Marash, executive director of the Miami Beach "Y," was chairman of the session where the topic, "How can we organize and develop non-athletic programs in Jewish Centers" was discussed. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., was chairman of the session wherein there was formed a Regional Chapter of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers. The National Association of Jewish Center Workers is composed of professional workers in the Center field. Mr. Grossman was elected chairman of the Southern Chapter. Elected with him are: Hirsh Kaplan of Nashville, vice-chairman and Ben Roth of Birmingham, secretarytreasurer. At the opening meeting on Saturday night the principal speaker was Frank L. Weil, president of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Mr. Weil spoke on the iCONTISUED ON PAGE 4) Marseille (JTA)—French authorities here are facilitating legalization of the position of foreign Jew.-; and other "displaced persons" who, for the most part, had to go underground during the German occupation in order to escape deportation to the Reich, it was established by a special correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency who arrived here. Raymond Aubrac. French Government commissioner for the Marseilles area, told the correspondent that identity papers are being issued to replace the false documents these civilians had to carry in order to avoid arrest. He said that there is no discrimination against foreigners and displaced persons either in the distribution of government relief, or in employment. Discussing the presence of tens of thousands of foreign civilians in Southern France, he expressed the view that the problem was one which had to be treated on a national basis and declared he had already raised the issue with Paris. SEVERAL HUNDRED JEWS AT SPECIAL BELGIUM MEETING Brussels (JTA)—The Committee for Jewish Defense—affiliated with the underground movement in Belgium—which since July. 1942 has been helping Jews find hiding places and placed Jewish children with Christian families to avoid their deportation by the Germans, marked the end of its underground activities by arranging a special luncheon for several hundred Jewish soldiers of the Allied armies now stationed here. SPECIAL RELIEF TO DE GIVEN JEWS BY UNRRA ROOT Montreal (JTA)—Special measures for relief of Jews in enemy territory as well as in the liberated countries of Europe will be taken by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration—with the consent of the occupying military authorities—under a resolution passed by the Policy Committee of the UNRRA Council now in session here. The resolution, as originally introduced by the British delega,tion, merely authorized the UNR RA to furnish relief to Allied nationals found in enemy and exenemy territory. Dean Acheson. leader of the United States delegation, however, proposed an amendment reading: "or to other persons who have been obliged to leave their country, or place of origin, or former residence, or who have been deported therefrom by action of the enemy because of their race, religion, or activities in favor of the United Nations." Jerusalem (JTA)—Dr. Israel J. Kligler. prominent American bacteriologist who has headed the Department of Hygiene and Bacteriology at the Hebrew University for many years, died suddenly Saturday from a heart attack suffered at his home in the settlement of Nathania. He was 55.



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, PAGE TWO JewishifhrkHam Mr. and Mrs. J. Oxman of Philadelphia are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, 845 S. W. 13th Ct., Miami. Mrs. Oxman is a sister of Mrs. Belanoff. Mrs. Sam B. Miller, president Hi the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary, returned to the city after vacationing in the North. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nordin have returned to their home 5441 Alton Road after spending three months in Chicago at the Shoreland Hotel. Henry Miller. 1428 S. W. 1st St.. took a plane trip to Texas where he is spending a ten day visit with his son. Robert Miller, a member of the armed forces, stationed there. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Kugel have returned after a four month's vacation in Hendersonvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dolcort have returned to their home. 1044 S. W. 13th Court, after an extended vacation in Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Quitner, 4475 Nautilus drive, announce the birth of a son on Sept. 26 at St. Francis hospital. Captain and Mrs. Robert Levin announce the birth of a son. Mark William, September 20th, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Captain Levin is now stationed in England, where he is a member of the Dental Corps of the United States Army. Mrs. Levin is the former Cynthia Diamond, daughter of Mrs. Essie Diamond of this city. The Bris took place Tuesday with Rabbi Max Shapiro, present. Cpl. and Mrs. Seymour Pivar. 1561 Drexel ave.. announce the birth of a daughter Sept. 17 at St. Francis hospital. ARBEITER RING TO MEET ON SUN. TO HEAR DELEGATES Eugene P. Edwin, 151 Collins Ave., and Stanley J. Lcvine, 1523 West Ave.. are among the new students registering in the college of the University of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller with children, Barbara and Jack, have returned from Hendersonville where they spent the summer. the 25th Southeastern District convention which they attended Labor Day. Refreshments will be served. Delegates were: Joseph Polock, Sam Kahan, David Bross and Morris Jacobs. The 25th Jubilee ; i took place in Birmingham, Ala., JUNIOR BNAI BHITH OUtU> and )ad as a RU(?st speakeri Bon Arbeiter Ring Branch No. 692 of Greater Miami at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, will have, a meeting Sunday, October 1st at 7 p. m. at which time, the deleWEDDINGS The wedding of Arline, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz to Ronald V. Kent, took place Aug. 12 at the Waldorf-Astoria. Miss Aronovitz was given in marriage by her father. Mr. Kent's uncle, Sandle Vollter. was his best man. Only members of both families attended the ceremony Before graduation from the University of Miami, Mrs. Kent attended Miami Senior High school and the University of Alabama, when' she became a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Mr. Kent is the son of Mr. and Mis. Harry Oppenheim, New York. The High Holy Day services at Ohev Shalom, Orlando, were in charge of Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Julius Roscnstem of Miami, baritone voice chanted. gates will present their reports of Cantor Rosenstein was born TO HAVE GALA FALL AFFAIR The Greater Miami Junior B'nai B'rith Girls announce their gala fall affair to be held Sept. 30 at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 Bayshore Driv*. This Harvest Dance will present professional entertainment. The music will be supplied by Herbie Shaw and his band. Tickets may be obtained from the B'nai B'rith Girls or at the door. Open Daily 1:45 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach LINCOLN Lincoln Rd.. M I A M I Open Daily 11:15 A. M. Downtown Miami CAPITOL Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd Open Daily 11:45 P. M. Now showing! thru Monday, Oct. 2 The down-beat to beat down the blues! "SWEET AND LOW-DOWN" BENNY GOODMAN JACK OAKIE LINDA DARNELL LYNNBARI • • • STARTS TUESDAY! PHIL BAKER IN "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" jamin Gebiner, assistant general secretary of the Workmen's Circle, Philip Block, National Director of the World Art Federation and I. Lozerson, president of the Arbeiter Ring Teachers Federation of New York. Resolutions adopted include: To help establish an Old Age Home for the Arbeiter Ring mem-1 ben in the south. Campaign to enlarge membership. Opening of an Arbeiter Ring School. To take active part in Local Federation. The newly elected district committee include: Atlanta: Micheal J, Merlin, chairman, Morris BlueStln; Savannah: Harry Applebaum, district secretary, David | Rossi, assistant district secretary, Hyman Kaufman treasurer. Simon Esard; Miami: Felix Rosenthai. Lodz, Poland, and studied in the Seminary of the scholarly Rabbi Meizel. When he came to America, Cantor Rosenstein assumed positions in New York and Long Island, where he introduced I ancient liturgical prayers into Conference i modern conservative services. This is Cantor Rosenstein's second year in Orlando where his services were termed "beautiful and impressive." SERVE-A-HOSPITAL BODY TO HOLD MEETING ON OCT. 5TH Mrs. Sidney Stepkln, chairman of the Serve-a-Hospital committee, announces there will be 8 meeting of the organization Thursday, Oct. 5th at the Beach "Y." All representatives are asked to be present to carry back to their various groups cut-up bedside kits and pillow cases for completion. BETH SHOLOM LADIES WILL HAVE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES LEAR SCHOOL PREPARES TO OPEN NEW SCHOOL TERM The Lear School. 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach, is now making preparations for the opening of the new school term on October 2nd. Registration is being accepted during the morning hours of the coming week. The initial enrollment includes children representing all areas of the country. The Lear School, which has maintained an excellent reputation over a long period of years, will offer an interesting and broadening educational program for the coming year, combining nodern academic procedure and Temple Israel Sisterhood will vitalized extra-curricula activihold their first regular meeting ties. at Kaplan Hall. Tuesday, October j The afternoon recreation sched3rd at 2 p.m. i ules include dramatics, dancing, Following a short business ar t, music, handicrafts, swimmeeting Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will nunRi sports and games. give a book review. The social | hour will be in a form of a Succoth Celebration. The Board of the Beth Sholom Sisterhood, under the leadership of Mrs. Rell Tobin, has made tentative plans for a number of Social Activities in the very near future. Sunday Evening, Open House will be resumed the middle of October. The Sisterhood has also made plans for the Annual Children's Simchas Torah Party on Monday evening, Oct. 9th. On Tuesday morning at 12 noon, a Buffet Luncheon will be served following the Simchas Torah Service. The officers of the Sisterhood are: President, Mrs. Charles Tobin; vice president, Mrs. Abe Zinnamon; recording secretary, Mrs. I. C. Greenberg; corr. secretary, Mrs. Irving Rothman; fin. secretary, Mrs. H. Schmerin; treasurer. Mrs. M. Bergsman; ways and means, Mrs. Zinnamon, Mrs. Baum, Mrs. Scheaffer; house committee, Mrs. Baum, Mrs. Ellis. f \ ume< r7IOS.W.I2U.AV.MIAMh LlH. 3-3431 Ji "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Keep on buying War Bonds. WE OfFKUUY REPKSCNT THE MAJOfllTY Of NORTHERN JEWISH PIMRAl HOMES Injotmauon Gladly furruthtd on Btqunt SERVING MIAMI BEACH t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish HOUR Phone 5-1025 AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING EXCLUSIVE DRAPERY WORK & UPHOLSTERY TailorMade Slip Coven 1230 Alton Road Miami Beach 39, Fla. PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he now owns and operates the Blackstone Pharmacy at 850 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4925 He will carry a full line of Park* & Davis. Lilly. Squibb, Lederle. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamins and dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON JABLO a graduate of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with 12 years of experience VISIT OUR MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE PHILIP STEIR AND J. JAY SEGAL Owners Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY AJf liated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami ?wish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes ZYVZ MottU §totUt Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Aye. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami AUGUST BROS ftvr B'NAI BTIITH OUTSTT^ 5 el. B'Nai B'Rnr h ?s H? ^ Pints of blood to the n.^ t.V Blood Bank See h Coun of thus year. This £ total number of dow ?* lheir the 100 mark, B& n ns finals reported. Bank of. wSut. YoUth 0r d of n • B Rith, joining the Cni.2i ? Na > that most of ^^"u 1 f ound underage to donateTd^^ a house-to-house Mm. pla n donors not already Sffife a member orsanb• !" d Wlth Blood Donors^ CoS ," £ ft Alxrod i s chairman XL A?" 1 vita is chairman of u£ sK* B Nai B'Rith Blood Dot ft!"" "Rudt 1S A^. 29 l !" d0 r C Un TVRMh y Ad,er an ther BThi BRith donor and one of the £MS of directors of the Blood L • Council, has donated b£?? times within the nattSB-SL? 1 Mr. Adler has \g?*f g* in rounding up donors and \Z L N ^foSe h d d of 0 tnetr hiC d h o n k r Krth! c al1 V"X£5S and the only difficulty I ?,'„ encounter in sol,e.tin K donon" to arrange donation dates so they TetrTo^ t 0 m UCh ^ ^ Mr. Adler is the "angel" of the Blood Bank and is donatine the funds for pins to be awarded to three-time blood donors—as well as the $100 war bond first prize to be given to the winning contestant in the Blood Donor Pin Design Contest which closes Sectember 30th. New York (JTA)-^Jewish leaders here are elated at the issuance by Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, commander of Allied forces in western Europe, of a proclamation abrogating Nazi racial laws in the portion of Germany held by the Allied armies. Keep on buying War Bonds. BEETHOVEN'S CONCERTO NO. 3 $5-98 The Concerto No. 3 played by Jose Iturbi on Victor Red Seal records ... an item collectors won't want to miss! We also have Beethoven's: Concerto No. 5 with Arthur Schnable $5.78 Symphonie No. \ directed by Toscanini, $5.78 Symphony No. 8 directed by Koussevitsky W-68 Moonlight Sonata (first movement) played by Paderwski $1-05 Sonata No. 26 played by Rubenstein $2.63 MIAMI STORK RECORD* KIFTH 1I-OOK Is the BEST MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone I SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED2 0O8 W. FLAGLER RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious P<£ N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOUR !" > Air Conditioned Phone



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PPJDAY. SEPTEMBER 2a 1944 -Jc-nisti fhriaficir) PAGE THREE FOR GREATER ill [KITED ACTION At the recent executive board meeting ot the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, Mrs. c H Lutsky, president of the Greater Miami Chaper presented her "Blueprint for Expediency" for greater concerted and constructive action for the forthcoming season. All programmatic committees will be departmentalized with a key chairman at the head. All allied chairmen will be placed in their respective districts. Mrs. Lutsky made the following appointment!: Director of Education. Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin; chairman of the committee on membership, Mrs. Max Meisel; chairman ol organization, Mrs. A. E. Woolfe; chairman of committee to combat anti-Semitism, Mrs. Louis Glasser; chairman of war activities, Mrs. Rose Weiss. Other chairmen appointed were Mrs. Arthur Treister, chairman of remembrance funds and council against intolerance; Mrs. Joseph Arkin. chairman of Jewish Welfare Board: Mrs. Randolf Shevach, chairman of publicity and Mrs Joseph Rose, chairman of interrelations and affiliations The chapter will start its years activities with an intensive membership campaign which will culminate on October 30 with a smorgasbord luncheon, to which the admission will be "every member bung a new member.* An Interesting program is being arranged by the committee in 'barge, consisting of Mrs. Louis Olusser Mrs. Edith Weinstein. Mrs Max Meisel, Mrs. A. E Woolfe. and Mrs. Philip Salmon. Ihese women will be ably assisted by a corp of co-workers. A feature of the program will be the installation services. Due to limited accommodations, reservations must be made early, by calling any one of the members listed above. JEWISH WORKERS ALLIANCE 1 TO CELEBRATE SUCCOTH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL HAS COMPLETE HEBREW STUDIES Henry Seitlin, president, announces that a Succoth celebration will be sponsored by the Jewish Workers Alliance, Bialik Urancn No. 290. Tuesday evening. October 5, at 8:30 o'clock at the Miami Beach Jiwish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. A musical program will be rendered With Cantor Emanuel Barkan accompanied by Edith Freeman as a special feature. A speaker from the national office will be presented. Members of the Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine Club No 1 and Club No. 2 will take part. There will be refreshments and other entertainment. The public is invited. REPORT 93 PER CENT OF CHEST PLEDGES COLLECTED B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS TO HOLD LUNCHEON FOR MEMBER A. E. Fuller, treasurer of Dade County Community War Chest reports to Chest contributors that 93 per cent, or $569,055 has boon Collected on 1944 pledges, with five months still remaining in the fiscal year. James I. Keller, jr., president of the Chest, was appointed by the executive board, to servo as general chairman of the 1945 campaign, with John E. Shuey, Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, Horace F. Cordes, co-chairmen. A luncheon will be given by I the B'nai B'nth Girls Oct. 7, at the Palm Tea Room, 1610 Lenox Ave., honoring the marriage of their member, Mrs. M. Baker, formerly Miss Marjorie Waldman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. : Waldman, 734 Jefferson Ave, Miami Beach. The installation of the newly elected officers of the B'nai B'rith Girls will take place. Mrs. Carl Weinkle^and Mrs. Alex Richardson sponsors of the I beach chapter will be present. Louis Goldman, chairman of j the Religious School Board of I Beth Shalom Center, announces j that the Hebrew School will have I a full curriculum of Hebrew | studies during the coming year. The school will be under the direct supervision of Rabbi Leon Kronish, who has had many years of experience in Jewish education. Classes will be organized for beginners ahd advanced Hebrew students. The curriculum will contain the following elements: Hebrew reading, conversational Hebrew, Bible and literature for advanced students, ceremonies and ritual, liturgical responses, Hebrew writing. Bar Mitzvah instruction will also be provided and parents are urged to register their children immediately. The Religious School will commence Sunday morning, Oct. 1 at 10 a. m. Children ages 5-14 are invited to attend. There will be a kindergarten group and a special confirmation group for children 14 years of age. Paris (JTA)—A representative of the recently-formed United Representation of French Jews arrived here this week from Lyon to meet with Jewish leaders in Paris in order that a clear picture of the Jewish situation throughout Fiance may be obtained. wnfl ;.-.-;:;;:;-"'r dteM iavo*< *** ** The Army has been experimenting with "low temperature" meat cooking—the same method used in up-to-uate hotels, restaurants, hospitals and institutions for several years—and is getting real results. A recent three-day conference held at Fort Sheridan Illinois, to discuss preparation of Army messes featured two demonstrations with roasts. The one roasted at 450 degrees weighed 16 pounds 6 ounces after cooking, while the one roasted at 325 degrees weighed 19 pounds 8 ounces. Enough meat was saved to provide 4-ounce servings for 12 men. Then identical lamb roasts, each weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces, were used. The roast at 450 degrees shrank to 5 pounds 6 ounces. The roast done at 325 degrees shrank to 6 pounds 2 ounces a saving of 12 ounces in this case. In these da-s of high meat costs and high ration point value:, "low temperature""roasting is of especial importance. Gas equipment, with its accurate controllability and extreme flexibility, is particularly adapted ft* these results. OBIT U A R IE S The family of the late Irwin Berry have returned to their home, 1057 Euclid Aye, Mr. Berry passed away in Detroit, Mich. on September 4th. Interment was in* Chicago. Surviving him was his wife, Anna Berry, and daughter, Gloria Lee. LEGAL NOTICES Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslneaa under the fictitious name of JO-ANN SHOP at 39 N. H. 1st St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name In the office of the Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. UKN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN ALBERT A. DORN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN P rtn r Attorney for Applicants 9/22-29 IO/6-1X-20 NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In,business under the fictitious name of HOTEL SHELDON, at 227 7th Kt Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reglatei Hi. said name v. itji the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade c..,untv. Florida. MORTI >.V nUUENSTEIN RUTH RUBEN8TEIN LEON KAPLAN 0Wn n Att< y for Applii ants • '.' 22 29 lv/f-13-Zu i THE T*&!2 is 12+ FOR ALL COMMERCIAL COOKING PEOPLES2lfe^^COMPANY Hollywood •& Miami Beach %  fr Ft. Lauderdale NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in.undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name ol II. M ILS DEPARTMENT STORE 302 North 2nd Road, South Miami, Florida, int. mi to register the sai.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit 1 I of I hide County; Florida Moulds y\ I'.i >N ESTHER A RON MYERS & HKI.MAN ''"'""'"'""*• Attornej for P< tlrlg ll £ 9 :':'-:•:. 10 %  : 18-20 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERBBVOIVEN that •• %  I will Mglstei with the ( i.:k ,.r the CfrcuUiCopn In and rpr Dade ounty, FWl la, th flctlu name, PONCE SHOE STORE '.' 2321 Ppni e hlch I engaged in business i:\l \.\TKl. SEinERMAN MIRIAM SEIUBRMAN f-s-i:..2;. 2M i fv .i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Uiundersigned .,,.engaged In I mess under the fictitloi" .mi maname of JIMMIES 23RD BT. RESTAURANT %  '}, ;l • -' -' Ird sir. ,-t. Miami !:• a. ii' .,, .... ..aili, Florida, and Intend to register the ai'l fictitious to name In the ofl i %  heclerk ..r the Circuit C I lade ('•• ml > Kloi Ida, PAI'IJ GBRSTMAN \l A RK 'llti iSSil \N GEORGE CHERTKOF, Atto Vpnlli ai %  9 I I 22 '• :.. .; of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 3885 Notice ID hereby given that Mrs M Spli issa, holder ..r Everglades •' %  -• I istl let Tax Certificate Numbered 1629, dated the 1st daj of June, A l> 1942. has filed said l tlflcate In mj office, and has made : PPH U i I.I\ d<. .I t" issua thereoi ... .i., .,, ,. with law Said Certificate embraces the follow. Ins described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-.wlt: i-ot t, Blk. 12, Comfort Garden-. :•.,.I .\,|,ii. in the .Countv of Had., state of Florida. Hi.i.--.--in.-nt of said property under Bald Certificate was Issued in the %  .in.of Anne .1. raw. Agent. Fni----:,i.i certificate shall iredeemed Recording to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 12th da* of October. A. I>. 1944, Dated this Sth day of'September, i: B LEATHERMAN, '"Jerk of Cirdult Court. Dade '•ounty. Florida By N. C STERRETT. D. C fCirruit Court Seal) 9/8-1.-I-22-29 10/6 IN Tin: COUNTY JUDGE'S coFRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 15333 In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM L. BtiZARTH. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavliiK Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of jim, may have against the estate of WILLIAM L. BOZARTII deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade Countv. and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months fron the date of the, first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of ths claimant .and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he baiTed. See Section 120 of the 19:t:i Probate Act. Date September. A. D. 1944. WILLIAM F. BOZARTII. As Administrator of the Estate of WII.IJAM L. BOZARTH Deceased MAX It SILVER Attorney for Administrator 1/8-15-22-29 l/6 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fietitious name of ORANGE BOWL, 23] K. Flagler St., Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Ha.lr Countv, Florida. H fill MAN SHIFRF.N 9/l-8-ir,-22-29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring, to engage In business under the fietitious name of DREXEL COFFEE BHOP, MB. 449 Eapanola Way. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAB WOOLF MYERS A H El MAN Attorneys for Petitioner 9/1-8-1.1-22-29



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PAGE FOUR +Jenisii Ikririnr I^LJ^rmm 2 9 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. 0. 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 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor CONFERENCE HELD Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1944 TISHRI 12, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 39 TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE JEWISH CIVIC PROTECTION The American Jewish community may well be heartened by the developments at the second plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council. It seems that at long last a high degree of collabroation and coordination in the field of Jewish civic protection will be achieved by this new organization composed of six national groups—the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith and its Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Labor Committee, the Jewish War Veterans and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations—and the representatives of the eighteen largest Jewish communities in the United States. The high degree of cooperation pledged by the civic protective agencies at the NCRAC sessions is clearly made in a five point statement of "aims and objectives." It was agreed that the NCRAC will "seek agreement on and formulate policies" to which the constituent agencies are expected "to adhere" after adoption, "study, analyze and evaluate the policies and activities of the national and local agencies," ascertain "problem areas." conduct a continuous inventory" of the projects of the agencies, and "serve as a coordinating and clearance agency for projects to eliminate duplication and conflict of activities." Within the past weeks three of these major agencies demonstrated to our local community their ability and desire to work together for the benefit of our Jewish people, the purpose for which they exist. In this way, an effective mechanism has been set up for carrying out an intelligently conceived program of civic protection in a spirit of high cooperation. It logically follows that the NCRAC will grow in prestige and stature, as it will also grow in the number of affiliates in the field oi civic protection as provided in set of membership criteria adopted. The most significant development of all, perhaps, is the fact that the NCRAC recognizes its responsibility for reporting to the Jewish community the broad principles adopted. This was done in a frank press release supplemented by a press conference with the officers of the NCRAC to which the editors of all Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish newspapers were invited. In this respect, a statement issued by David Sher, chairman of the NCRAC, is also illuminating. He expressed optimism that the NCRAC will be successful in its efforts towards collaboration and coordination, whereas similar attempts failed in the past, because "the organization of the NCRAC provides the machinery whereby the mass opinion of a great number of communities can be heard. Because of this added element," he said, "we need not wrangle over the legal enforceability of the decisions of the organization. We will achieve our aims through the power of community opinion rather than through sanctions." JWB ON CENTERS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Post-War Plan for Jewish Centers. He emphasized as to what the Jewish Centers can do to meet social, recreational, spiritual and educational needs of youth today and how the program of youth organizations can be more closely related nationally and locally. Greater Miami representatives had a big part in the program of the conference. At the working session Sunday morning, George Chertkof, chairman of the Board of the Miami "Y," presided ;it ;i session where the development in community service was discussed. This entailed a broad picture of the Jewish CYntrr program, indicating what is happening in each community. Topics such as philosophy and objectives of Jewish Center work, leadership training, were discussed. At the luncheon session on Sunday Harry Zuckernick. president of the Miami Beach Y," spoke on the first year of the Miami Beach "Y." In his talk, Mr. Zuckernick. gave a brief history of the formation of the Beach "Y' and its problems during the year. He emphasized the cooperation of both "Y's" toward the community goal. Leo Ackerman, president of the Miami "Y," was chairman of a nominating committee that presented a slate of officers for the region. Jules J. Paglin, president of the New Orleans "Y." was elected president. Vice-presidents were elected by the various states. In addition, each organization in the region is to select three members from its organization to serve as members of the Board of the Regional Organization. Present from Greater Miami were: Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof. Leo Ackerman, Harry Zuck.rnick. Jack Marash and Maurice Grossman. -By PHINEAS J. BIRONYOU SHOULD KNOW The current issue of the Gentile News, orqan of A. n Cooperative Association, does us the "honor" of r^tlj i column ... It describes as "wishful dreamina q uotin 9 ur that it is on the downpath This anti-Semitic on 8,a1emew that it is anti-Semitic—and on the very same DOO* SSf „ en K. Smith's American-Firsters ... And do you k£2\£?5SS* Only Gentile" gentry charge yours truly with' a,Ule "Buy ism. no less Yep, that's what they call opposS",? 01 democracy ... The whispering campaign aC 15* Hull's Jewish wife is in full swing, incidentally, and iff?*? K. Smith s anti-Semitic propaganda peddlers who are u,— ECHOES ... n Rember when the French warship Richelieu ...^ dashed into New York Harbor a couple of years aao S*"** a few of her sailors jumped ship in order to fiahl on £!* French side? Most of them were quickly cauah. if'* terned at Ellis Island-^nd. Winchell reminds us ~ £L ui* Arthur Garfield Hays who conducted their defense aJiTT! successfully Anyway, now Mr. Hays has a^Xrfc legal representative in this country of the De QqZ those Face Facts By Alexander F. Millir [ Florida Regional Director I Anti Defamat.cn League! SISTERHOOD QF MEETING AT M. B. In the absence of Mrs. Lillian G. Mills, president, who was unabli to attend because of illness, Mrs. Moses Krieger, chairman of the board, presided at a board meeting of the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Congregation held last week at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, 711 Lenox Ave. Plans were made for the first regular meeting of the Sisterhood which will be a joint affair by both the Sisterhood and Congregation members to be held October 4th in the Community Building. A combined Succoss and New Year entertainment program will be offered. The Sisterhood and Congregation members will hold separate business meetings after which they will join in the Community Building. Herman Kirshberg, advertising and promotional executive, is in I large of arrangements for the entire affair, including entertainment and decorations and was a guest at the board meeting. Assisting Mr. Kirshberg will be Mrs. Harry Genet, refreshment chairman and co-chairman Mrs. Pauline Grunderg and Mrs. Anne Berow. Assisting on the entertainment committee are Mrs. Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Plans were made for a novel musical and dramatic Chanukah program to be held at the Miami Beach High School the first part of December. Mrs. Louis Glass.r is program chairman of this affair. It was also agreed to organize a Habanoth group, a national youth group of girls between the ages of 10 and 13, sponsored by the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America, of which B< th Jaciib Congregation is a member. Mrs. Fntzi Tannen, former Sunday School teacher at Beth Jacob is in charge. Board memb rs present included Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. Harry Genet. Mrs. Louis Gla i i Mrs. Jack Hirsch, MrPauline Grundwerg. Mrs. Fntzi Tannen, Mrs. Rose Hayes, Mis. Maurice Mamches. Miss Claire Rosenfeld, Mrs Rose Weiss and Mrs. Most s Mescholoff. FIND BODY OF LATE LIEUT. ROLAND SCHINDLER. USNR Word has been received here from the Navy Department that the body of the late Lt. Roland Schindler. USNR. victim of the explosion at Port Chicago July 17, has been found and identified and will be shipped to Miami for burial. Lt. Schindler is survived by hfs wife. Mrs. Ruth Schindler and son born Aug. 2, of New Y ork ~ City; his Parents, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Schindler, 1425 Meridian Ave.; two sisters, Mrs. Edward Leven and Miss Faye Schindler of Miami; and a brother, Irvin Schindler of New York. Funeral services will fce conducted from the Palmer Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete pending arrival of the body. Rabbi S. H. Baron, of Temole Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, announces services for Friday evening. September 29th at 8 o'clock. e W,H addr ess the worshipers on As the Rain and Dew." There has occurred in Miami during the past few weeks a pioneering development that spells hope for those of us who are anxious to achieve unity in the American Jewish Community. Three great National Agencies joined together with the local Federation in a project designed to ameliorate a situation which was causing serious hostility to the Jews of this area and was being translated into animus against the Jews in the entire country. Whether the project itself will '" successful and whether, if suc'"'. it will accomplish its purpose can only be guessed at, at this point. Suffice it to sav that all of us who are working with it will be giving it all we've got. Over and above the project itself, however, let us be aware that this community is blazing a patn which may eventually lead "in National Agencies into a (loser and more harmonious relationship. It is already apparent that on ,! lOCal level working together on a single project has knit the Personnel and executive boards of the various agencies operating in this area more closely together ban ever. The project itself has ^nTdiff ,mporta ? t and iealouS and di ferences have disappeared when brought to light around a conference table. We learned t aX'uV.r h olh,r as Individuals follnu '"", ""P'Ttant, as fellow Jews working towards the same objective. I amsure that Stanley Myers un vT ,hiS dt ""-""t.on y 0 what e-?nV S ? n '"Nation of s %  i i ? bl done "" ;i J"'ger scale. I, f,„one, will be sitting .„ h|s_corner chcmn K Jum_on. WANTED Young buiinw. woman de*iri horn, with refund family. Mi?m Baach pr.f.rred. Miu nZi£ Box 2973 MUmi in government ... Did you catch those newspaper t Major-General Erich Eisner surrendering 20,000 of Adolf's fi to two American officers, and did you note the friendly 2 with which he favored one of the Yanks, Lt.-Col. Bemifcl isch? Kalisch, however, didn't seem quite as happy as th, surrendering Nazi—could be he was thinking of all tie fan whose murder Eisner must have ordered in France The Q Z thing captured by Hitler in the past year, observes an Aral camp newspaper, was Mussolini. LISTEN HERE Featured at the Museum of Modern Art's show of the an work of Russian children are a number of battle scenes wanted by nine-year-old Yulik Labas. a Jewish youngster who lived ID Moscow until he was evacuated during the Nazis' siege of thai city Yulik, it seems, listened to war communiques, and then painted his conception of the battles described The honor of giving Clifford Odets' rather radical playlet, "Waiting for Lefty." its premiere in Germany goes to Lt. Lewis Pinlcussok American bombardier, who staged it in the Nazi prison camp to which he has been confined since early this year ... Dr. Joseph Tennenbaum. head of the American Federation of Polish Jews, is packing his grips for a visit to Lublin, Poland ... He may be accompanied by two more delegates from this country .When the conference of the World Jewish Congress opens in New York next November it will be addressed by Undersecretary of State Stettinius Among the delegates from Britain will be Lady Reading. ZIONIST NEWS Even if it is only a brigade that has emerged, the Jewish Army idea has triumphed at last Much of the credit belongs to the now defunct Committee for a Jewish Army, which carried on effective propaganda for this cause—until the Committee became transformed into the Emergency Conference to Save European Jews, which many regard as a nuisance organization ... Dr. Nahum Goldmann, now on a visit to Palestine, got to Eretz Israel by military plane, in a straight-line trip ... At the opening session of the Zionist convention in Atlantic City on October 14th Pierre van Paassen will deliver an address on the Jewish position in the world scene The Rev. Richard Evans, back from a transcontinental tour in the interests of Zionism, tells us that American Jewry is more Palestine-conscious than ever before The recent squabble in the Zionist Emergency Council has been smoothed out, and everything is harmonious once more. PROFILETTE Orchids to Mrs. Minna Field, to whom goes the credit fa the brilliant advances made in the treatment of dementia praecox patients at the Brooklyn State Hospital Mrs. Field directs the work of nine psychiatric social workers in the new insulin shock therapy She is a Hunter College M.A., and in 1919 served in the first Hadassah Medical Unit in Palestine... Remember her name—Mrs. Field is the Sister Kenny of mental ills. ABOUT PEOPLE You will be glad to know that Bernard M. Baruch is hilly recovered and in perfect condition, working a full schedule every day ... Congratulations to Benzion Netanyahu, of the New Zionist Organization, on his marriage to lovely Cela Segal. • The groom is the son of the late Palestinian Zionist orator MUukofsky, and himself an exceptionally gifted writer ini brew and English Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, New York WW, head, has been conferring overseas, we hear Daniel van Schacht, who has been Henry Montor's assistant in the Unitea Jewish Appeal, is going to the Coast, where he will serve as director of fund-raising for the Los Angeles Sanatonum %  • • That promised comeback of former movie mogul William tot will probably be in the television field, they say • Back WJ her overseas entertainment tour is Dinah Shore, who was W < KJ first big-name star to bring the songs Irance Just to give you an idea of how values <*_**£ by circumstances—Dinah reports that when she n^ ded a )( C of high boots she was able to get them in exchange for nan w American lipstick. RIVERMONT PARK AANITAHIUM • N. w. 7th st. 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sjpAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1944 +JewistiHorkUan PAGE FIVE it Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. HERE AND THERE: The crisis the American Zionist Emergfc„cv Council, which lasted for [bout a month, is past Dr. khba Hillel Silver emerged vicarious and withdrew his resignEt on from the Council, after his fcmand for coordination of ZionKoolitical activities in WashingGn was complied with David Kern head of the agricultural department of the Jewish Agency, feturned to New York from an Inspection tour of the Jewish settlement in the Dominican Repub| c with a very favorable report He is soon to proceed to Bolivia in connection with projects Jcr Jewish settlement there jje does not intend to remain on (he American continent for long, Kowever, since he is needed in Palestine Congratulations to Mrs Rose Jacobs, the only womjn member of the Jewish Agency %  executive • Her son, Joshua, En officer in the U. S. Army, has | u ct been awarded the Legion of (Merit for bravery and exceptionLl services on the fighting front loverseas • • Jewish refugees in phis country who are over the Idraft age are now anxious to join Ithe Jewish Brigade formed by [the British Government in order |to be among those who will police %  Germany during the early years lef Allied occupation And Ispeaking of Germany, it can be %  revealed now that it is difficult [to exchange certain categories of [jews interned in Germany for civilian Germans interned in Palestine and other Allied countries I.. The reason is simple: No inItemed German civilian wants to [be sent to Germany now that an I Allied victory is certain. SOMETHING TO READ: The [problem of "Jewish boy meets InonJewish girl" is one of the [most delicate problems because lef the religious implications involved Gwethalyn Graham, a I new Canadian author, has just [written a beautiful novel "Earth land High Heaven" on this subject which both Jews and Gentiles will enjoy reading Published by the Lippincott Co., Miss Graham s book will give many a reader plenty to think about, in addition to the pleasure of reading perhaps the best novel of the year ... It is the story of a young Jewish lawyer and a young non-Jewish girl who fall in love with each other ... It is the story of a conservative father objecting to his daughter's marrying the person she loves because he is a Jew ... It is the old storv of anti-Jewish prejudice that has stood in the way of many lovers But how charmingly this story is told by Miss Graham! With so much warmth and understanding! The girl, Erica, admires Marc, her lover, with all the passion of a woman deeply in love What does she care whether he is a Jew or not! And Marc feels the same about Erica Yet Marc is afraid to marry her because he believes that the marriage will bring to the girl he loves misery through snubs and insults ... He is drafted and is about to be sent overseas Will this solve the problem? The last week of his leave shows that true love overcomes the ago-old racial conflict Even Erica's father realizes that he had erred Classic as a novel of high literary value. "Earch and High Heaven" will, no doubt, contribute more to better understanding between Jew and non-Jew than most of the propaganda pamphlets on this subject ... It is a book that Jews and non-Jews will read with equal pleasure and interest And if any of the recent novels possess the potentialities of a successful film, Miss Graham's tender drama of human relationship certainly has all the necessary qualifications for it. MILLIONS TO RECOVER: 1 Millions of dollars have been I spent on bringing Jewish refugees from Europe to the United States }/,#/'"*'—*"—" ,II*#I"" wmrtt&l *wm ADVANTAGES of" HJdMS FEMttU MORTGAGE V L O W RATS* BASV PATMBNTS LONG TIMB TO PAY PROMPT SKRV1CB A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDL* INSTITUTION IIAIIEFElfR^ mmmm and other countries on the American continent Most of these refugees are now well settled and can afford to start repayment of the sums spent for their transportation and maintenance This would enable a more effective rehabilitation of Jews in the liberated countries, since the payments collected from the refugees would be used for aid to Jews impoverished by the Nazis The Hias-Ica alone has a list of about 40,000 Jews whom its offices helped to leave Europe The transportation costs of these Jews reached many millions of dollars, and each of the refugees signed a pledge to refund the cost of his transportation when he would be in a position to do so Millions of dollars have also been spent by the National Refugee Service in helping refugees in this country to get on their feet ... Not to speak of the millions spent by the Joint Distribution Committee There is no doubt that the larger proportion of the refugees, especially those who have since become American citizens, would gladly respond to a reminder that the time has come for them to repay the notes There is also no doubt that the money collected would help in speeding up the Jewish reconstruction work in Europe ... In fact, if all the promisory notes signed by Jewish refugees now in the United States and in Latin American countries were paid, the total sum would reach no small figure. Our Film Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Jewish Calendar All Holidays and Past Days bejln at sunset of the day preceding: the dates given below: 19 4 4 SUCCOTH (First Two Days) ( Monday, October 2 Tuesday, October 3 SHEMINI AZERETH Monday, October 9 SIMCHATH TORAH Tuesday, October 10 [TUanu. for REST CONVALESCENCt .^JCHRONICCASES tifflSun-RayPark }'Health R_esort HMD I OH IOOILII ( DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME s-GALLOH B0TT..E .... 60c CASE" OF $11 N TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c Plus Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avi. Miami leach In Hew Tort 176th St. J Arajietdam Aw. -7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT We have it on inside information—Eve Arden is a "Mogen Dovid" maedel. Her real name is Siegel—and a mighty nice girl with a picture future. She has an excellent part In "Doughgirls," a laugh riot. • • Debuts: Yehudi Menuhin master of bow will bow cinematically in the pic called, "Duffy's Tavern." Arthur Gershwin, younger brother of Ira and the late George, is launching his musicareer with "Invitation to the Blues," on which he collaborated. • The 86-year-old father of Composer Max Steiner recently passed from this scene. Gabor Steiner was a famous impresario in the Vienna of his day. He was decorated by the heads of a number of European governments. • • Speaking of heads ... a friend of ours has a stamp which she believes will be priceless in years to come. It's a German issue with the fanatical faces of both II Duce (remember him?) and Der Furore imprinted on the one small square. • • Studios has completed Alans to shut down completely %  the)stant the wires flash, "Ge>fnany surrenders!" And the vacation celebration is to continue through all of the following day. • • Neatly circumventing the censor's pencil, Dinah Shore reveals her whereabouts. She writes, "I'm in the city that so many songs are written about." Answer — Paris. On the subject of "Gay Paree," the most applauded American film now being viewed by the liberated French is the reissue (now old) of Charlie Chaplin's "The Gold Rush." Oo, la, la! Gertrude Lawrence, while in France lost no time ordering herself a Parisiennc wardrobe. • • Edward Robinson recently returned from France brought back some German guns as souvenirs. He found the boys liked straight acting ... he entertained with exeerpts from his pictures did three to six shows a day, and came quite close to the front lines. • • • Eating luncheon with a friend. Gertrude Berg was heard describing the book of short stories she is writing. In passing she mentioned that she was as yet without a title. Expanding in confidences, she went on to say how she loves to meet people. "People are my bread and butter." Suddenly she exclaimed, "Eureka! That's it! That's the title for my book." And that is how titles are born. • • What have we here? Harry Green wearied with years as a Jewish comic blossoms out in Yiddish tragedy. He has returned to show business behind footlights instead of klieges producing and starring in a Broadway play, "The Day Will Come." • • • Mark Hellinger, relating his South Pacific experiences to a properly awed audience, was telling how it feels to be in a bomber just as it skims over the target "Hm-m-," interrupted a kibitzer, "what did you thing of just then?" "I was thnking what would Winchell say if he could see me," was the withering reply. • • • Gregory Ratoff agonizes with his actors suffers with them and for them until he gets the desired tempo. One day he was sweating vodka over a death scene. His star actress just couldn't get the right mood. "Blease blease," he pleaded, "dot's all wrong. Try again. Put more life in your dying!" • • • Head in the Holly woods: Ricardo Cortez won a rhumba contest at the Orpheum. David Selznick's fifty-year-old uncle has given his fourteenth pint of blood and still has strength left over to belong to the Coast Guard Reserves. Billy Gilbert wheezes: "Just one more battle and it will be called the Jap-on-knees Navy!" FOR THEM THE WAR IS OVER. DR. SEYMOUR G. SCHNEIDER OPTOMETRIST Announces the Opening of his offices at 1147 WASHINGTON AVENUE Office Hours: 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Telephone 5-0118 "COMPLETE VISUAL SERVICESEASON'S* GREETINGS DALLETTS RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH



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PAGE SIX Jewish flcridiar} ra^AY. SEPTEMBER CLOTHING i DESTITUTE United Nations Relief and RehabUitation Administration is staging an emergency collection ol clothing. Beginning Monday, the religious communities of America, representing all faiths and creeds, will attempt to collect, through churches, parishes and synagogues. 15,000.000 pounds of clothing. All the clothing collected will be distributed free of cost to needy persons in war-torn areas of Europe through UNRRA, and all shipping and distribution costs after the delivery to local freight depots also will be paid by UNRRA. "Bring all the clothing you can contribute to your church, parish or synagogue," UNRRA urges, "or to the one nearest your home, if you are not a church member." All types of useful wearable garments are needed, whether for winter or summer wear. Although the clothing need not be in perfect repair, it must be useful to the people who will receive it. Shoes and evening dresses, UNRRA advises, should not be contributed. Underclothing and ( invfypes of cotton garments should be washed before they arvmtJOatecL but they need not be ironed. Special appeals have been made for infants' garments, particularly knit goods, overcoats, shirts, all types of work clothes, underwear, rcbes and pajamas for men and boys, coats, jackets, skirts, dresses, smocks and nightwear for girls and women and bedding of all kinds. The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Composed oi all rabbis of Greater Miami, urges that you take heed of this emergency call for clothing, so sorely needed to clothe the nakedness of the refugees and homeless of war-torn Europe. Our country has seen fit to sponsor this call for clothing, and our urgent plea to you. our fellow worshippers and members of our community, is to see that it does not go unanswered. We are now in the midst of our High Holy Days. Their exemplification can be concretely accomplished by your contributions of useful wearables to the unfortunates. But for the grace of God are we here and they there! DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, President Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Take All Your Useful Wearable Garments to Any House of Worship in Greater Miami For Additional Information Telephone 2-1141 This Important Message Made Possible Through the Cooperation of CLOVER CLUB 118 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami WHITE DERBY RESTAURANT 512 West Ave., Miami Beach TROPICAL GRILL 1221 5th St., Miami Beach CAPTAIN TOM'S FISH MART 28 N. W. North River Drive, Miami EMILE'S RESTAURANT 1357 Collins Ave., Miami Beach THE FIESTA 300 S.E. 1st St., Miami BALL & CHAIN 1513 S. W. 8th St.. Miami VALENTINO'S RESTAURANT 235 W. Flagler St.. Miami EL BOLERO 3181 Coral Way. Miami JOE 6, TONY'S GRILL 937 W. Flagler St.. Miami ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN 272 W. Flagler St.. Miami BROOK'S GRILL 26 S. E. 1st St., Miami



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AY SEPT EMBER 29, 1944 JewislMariettagi PAGE SEVEN iTEH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported bv Grer Mi~! t ^ u r J "~ lT 0 l ThTJUwi W.liar. Board "Sg^tSttt^J^'tfSJS IEWISH MEMBERS F ARMED SERVICE PARADE! • u-nrd has been received that la Irving Goldman, now staBcd somewhere in France has Ki promoted to the rank of fcopant Set. Goldman s wife and PJeSde at 1500S. W. 16th Ave. Stanley Warren Platkin. ARM IrSTofMr. and Mrs. Edward %  p latkin. 1612 Meridian Ave tomi Beach, has arrived at MofWt field. Call where he will jomplete his -.raining and await [jsignment o versea s. Corp. William A. Schlesinger. Inn of Arthur Schlesinger, of 1749 fc E Second Ave., and Pvt Jack Lung, son of Mrs. Clara Young. E 422 N. Miami Ave., were listed \ wounded by the war department. ^^^ Word has been received here hom the war department that pr i Walter Silver, son of Mrs. *,ra Silver. 541 13th St.. has een wounded in action in the European area. JCAN JEWS TO BE OF TO NEEDY BRETHREN Chicago (JTA)—Liberation of Dews in Europe by the Allied krmies will multiply opportunities for American Jews to be of Service to their needy European brethren. Henry Morgentahu, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury, stated -his week addressing a meeting bf the Jewish Welfare Fund of Chicago, attended by more than persons. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. KILLED IN ACTION £ fc ', Leonard Bern th. 19, US MC. of Detroit, Mich. On Bougainville. Lt. Robert I. Block, 23, of Chicago. On New Guinea. He was a navigator on a Liberator bomber. Staff Sgt. Sam Levine. 27, of Brooklyn. Holder of the Silver Star for bravery at Troina, Sicily, he was killed at Cherbourg last month, participating in the battle of Normandy. Sgt. Boris R. Salimsky. 22, of New York City. An airman, he lost his life in the invasion of Normandy on D-Day. Sgt. Salimsky's brother and sister are in service. Sgt. Herman S. Simon, 32, of New York City. In Italy, when enemy shells struck his dugout. Purple Heart. Staff Sgt Harry Bear. 23. of Philadelphia. Over Europe, when his bomber went down. He was engineer-gunner. Pvt. Jerome J. Bernstein. 25, of Newark, N. J. In France, while clearing a mine field to permit American troops to continue their advance. Purple Heart. DECORATIONS Lieut. Lawrence B. Wallerstein. 25, of St. Louis, Mo., pilot of a Flying Fortress, holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oakleaf Clusters. After one raid on Berlin, his plane suffered two disabled engines and the windshield was so badly oil-smudged that he had to fly blind, but he brought his craft bacK to its base in England. FORCES OBSERVE HOLIDAY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF M.B. CENTER HOLD MEETING Paris (JTA)—Jewish members of the U. S. armed forces held Rosh Hashonah services "almost within Germany" with Chaplain Herman Dicker of New York, a German refugee who received his rabbinical training in the proNazi Reich, officiating. Short prayers were also delivered during the two days of Rosh Hashonah at all advanced positions on the fronts in France, Belgium and Holland wherever Jewish servicemen were able to form a "minyan." Lieut. Sol Folinsky. 24, of Cleveland, O., recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oakleaf Clusters, is one of three brothers in service, the other two being Coast Guardsmen. Lt. Folinsky is a bombardier and gunner, serving in the European theatre. DEMAND DEPORTATION OF ALL REUFUGEES AFTER WAR Capt David E. Tavel. 24, of Indianapolis, Ind., a Liberator bomber .pilot, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and an Oakleaf Cluster. Capt. Tavel has participated in repeated aerial attacks on Ploesti, Vienna, Toulon, and other Nazi targets. Capt. Ir T i n Bloom. 25, of Kankakee, 111. In France. He was commander of a glider infantry unit. The Greater Miami ArmyNary 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 il requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are, what they are seeing and doing. Capt. Bernard M. Chayes, 29, of Chicago. In China, when his plane crashed. He was a radar man. Master Sgt. Albert E. D a n 0 vitz, 27, of Philadelphia. In China. Their Mitchell bomber, completing a sweep against the Japanese, and damaged by Jap fire, crashed into a mountain and all aboard were killed. Purple Heart. Sgt. Irving Shure. 23, of Brooklyn, has been posthumously awarded the Silver Star. "During a bitterly contested engagement with the enemy," his citation says "he courageously proceeded over terrain swept by hostile machine gun fire and carried his injured platoon leader to a place of safety where first aid could be administered." Sgt. Shure's "gallant achievement" was attained at the cost of his life. Chicago (JTA)—The deportation of all refugees from the United States immediately after the war was demanded in a resolution adopted here at the annual convention of the American Legion. Another resolution adopted urged that "all immigrants be barred from the U. S. from the date of cessation of hostilities of the present war until such time as unemployment in this country shall drop to less than 1.000,000 and all veterans shall have been afforded the opportunity of gainful employment." A meeting of the executive committee of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, was held at the home of the newly elected president, Mrs. Joseph Rose, 1400 Lenox Ave., Sunday morning. In the absence of the president the very well attended meeting was presided over by Mrs. M. Levin. Chairmen for the various committees were appointed, and plans for the coming year formulated. The committee for arrangements, announced the first event of the year to be the Installation of Officers, to be held in the form of a luncheon, on Monday, Oct. 23rd, at 12:30, in the Center. In charge of reservations, are Mrs. N. Hankoff, and Mrs. Joseph Rose, who urge early reservations. PHARMACISTS OF FLORIDA TO MEET NEXT IN MIAMI DRAMATICALLY EMPHASIZE JEWISH TRAGEDY IN PARIS Paris (JTA)—The extent of the tragedy which has befallen the Jews in Paris was dramatically emphasized here on Rosh Hashonah during the portion of the synagogue services when the prayers for the dead were recited. Almost every Jew of the 25,000 who survived the German terror grimly recited Kaddish, since there is not a single Jewish family in Paris today which has no dead. The Rosh Hashonah services were held in six of the larger Pari6 synagogues and in a number of tiny court-yard synagogues. At a recent meeting in Tallahassee of the Florida State Pharmaceutical Association, the City of Miami was voted as the next convention meeting place. George O. Taylor, chairman, and Philip Steir, vice-chairman, were appointed on the convention committee as representatives of the Southeastern Florida Pharmaceutical Association to aid in necessary arrangements. The organization is now campaigning for state legislation to limit sales of vitamins to drug stores. Dr. Russell A. Williams, 229 S. W. 19th Road, Miami, was awarded a life-time membership to the SEPA for services rendered to pharmacies and pharmacists in Florida. The award was approved by the September session of the group. WARBURG RESIDENCE TO BE JEWISH CULTURE Lt. Joseph Doerfler, 22, of New York City, wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oakleaf Clusters. Pilot New York (JTA)—Plans have been filed with the Department of Housing and Buildings here for conversion of the former home London (JTA)—British Jews may send a representative to the United States and Canada to confer with Jewish leaders there on the problem of coordination of post-war relief for Jews in Europe and forming a single unified body to represent the interests of Jews in connection with all postwar questions, it was indicated MUSEUM here at a meeting of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. of a heavy bomber, Lt. Doerfler i of the late Felix Warburg into a Lieut Irwin Dobrow, 23, of Teaneck, N. J. While on a bombing mission against the Nazis. Staff Sgt. Philip Griebler. 29, of Baltimore, Md. On French beach, going in with first assault wave on D-Day. hill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, do P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name Home Addres3 Serial NoBirth Date 'Street City ....BirthplaceState Civilian Occupation... Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status E ate i Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by. Telephone number ischarged Rank or Ratingmuseum of Jewish culture. About 4,000 historical and cultural objects will be transferred to the building from the Jewish Theological Seminary to which the Warburg home was given earlier this year by Mrs. Frieda Schiff Warburg. SENATE APPROVES BILL FOR PERMANENT COMMISSION been in service two years. has completed 25 missions over Germany and France. Capt. Morris B. Chapman, 35, of Merrick, N. Y., Army Chaplain Corps, has received a Commendation, in recognition of his "exceptionally, outstanding services in performance of a task vitally important to the war effort in this (Pacific) theatre." Capt. Chapman, a graduate of Columbia University and the [ Washington (JTA)—The Senate Jewish Theological Seminary, has | Education and Labor Committee this week approved a bill to establish a Permanent Fair Employment Practice Commission. The bill will not be brought up on the Senate floor before Congress reconvenes after the elections, Senator Dennis Chavez, New Mexico Democrat, who introduced the bill, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. A special subcommittee headed by Chavez held hearings on the measure for five days at the end of August and the beginning of September, and passed on a favor, able report to the full committee this week. GREETINGS Arnold Rotto and Flo Rotto HOUSE OF MURPHY Alterations for Service Men 162 W. Flagler St. Miami Lieut. Lester R. Raphael, of Evansville, Ind., pilot of a Liberator bomber serving in the European area, holds the Distinguished Flying Cross. Lieut. Martin Zarin, 22, of Fresno, Cal., a Flying Fortress bombardier with the 8th Army Air Force in England, has been decorated with the Air Medal and three Oakleaf Clusters. He is a veteran of at least a score of aerial missions. K&!p tH£4fl iyfl tfcrUA MEDICINE CABINET ^ T AlkaSehzg fi Txr Alka-S.lt. .r Huhrti, "Mania* Attar" Mu,l, AcM Iaaaraatfea. prompt. •TKUTI. •* il ONETjDAY TA M I N £SL TABLE Sgt. Harry Schuman, 26. of I New York City, wounded in ac-1 United States War Bonds are tion against the Nazis in ground j still the best i nvestment. fighting, wears the Silver Star for "gallantry in combat." He also holds the Purple Heart. VITAMIN Hisa Vitamin potency at lew aa ONE-A-DAY VTtaaia Tablet*. A D tablets la the yallow bos plex tabled in the grey boa. RYJIML For 8U.P alUty. H.aa.ea.. waea doe to 11 m mm Ua. aaOr a. directed. ~ Devoting This Pag* to the Effort, of the Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1S5 E. Flagler St — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street IRUBIN SONS—Orialnal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue) M ROTH & HAYS^ wA Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. TOOLEY MYRON STUDIOS Du Pont Building ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd„ Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road THE LEAR SCHOOL RE-OPENS OCTOBER 2ND Co-ed Boarding and Day School First Through Twelfth Grades Registration Mornings 1035 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-9552 OPENING FRIDAY FOR DINNER—5 P. M. MINIVER'S JEWISH RESTAURANT 1935 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-9552



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PAGE EIGHT vjcnisiiflcrkttar) %  I^^AILSEPTEMBER 29, B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG In The Synagogues SURVEY OF Mil Of Greater Miami I just received a call from Freddie Shochet concerning a letter he received from Alex Miller in the A. D. L. office. Brother Miller called to the attention of the Floridian the fact that the Women's Auxiliary had been doing a tremendous job with the Redistribution Center at the Beach and have been receiving very little recognition therefore. A letter was enclosed received from Capt. Clarence Chaffee in which Capt. Chaffee expressed sincere thanks and gratitude to the B'Nui B'Rith and particularly to the auxiliary for their efforts on behalf of returnees. The ladies have been baking cookies and furnishing reading material for the boys every week and the letter commended this activity adding that it was a touch of home which the boys sincerely needed. I explained to Mr. Shochet that the reason these activities did not receive publicity was due to the fact that no one saw lit to report the activities either to the paper or to your writer. I again I say that it is most difficult to accumulate material for B'Nai B'Rith news when none of the members nor the active committee heads deem it necessary or expedient to advise US ol their activities. An item very necessary to be brought to the attention of the membership is the fact that Brother Sol Goldstrom, one of our most beloved members and also one of our most active, is very id at his home on Miami Beach. I Greater Miami Jewrj will com luda the Penitential I'erlod <
  • i'" •'' 1 nei vlcei thli week) ml nd D*l %  • %  Atonement services Tuesdaj evenini and Wednesdaj In all Miami hounea of ivornhin Special servlci roi nei \ i,. men will be held by chaplain* in this BI ea. Services announced throtuth Qreatei 1 Miami Rabblnb al Araoclatlon ;"•• %  CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. |301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox I Services will !>•• held Friday evenlnK nl i, i, and Saturdaj moi nlnB al Shalosh S) udiw nl 6 l.'i Saturday. R,ibbi Moses Mescheloff will weacn on "Hear, < >h BBrth Hu( i %  sen li es will be held Sundaj and Monday • i • nlnpts o 6 13 and Mondas and ruesr|i\ mornings :il %  • %  m Cantor Maurice Mamches !il chanl the services Kalibl Mi si heloff will preach on A Mm in .i iiui r M Ia> moi nlna, "Fruits of Faith" Tuewlas mornlne Klddush and refreshments "ill be t-rveil in Hicommunity Succoi aftei ..nil pervlci BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. ; Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. l-'ilil.iv evening services m 7:13 Saturday morning al s 8fl Su ervlces Suiula) evening .ii 7 |i m Monda\ and Tuesdiiy, Rabbi Max Shaoiro will I discuss "I'laiiniiiR fi the Future." we only nave the addresses <>t wrvicen to be followed by n Kidduah approximately 59. It is urgently ""' succos adjoining the caJIed .* i... .'.• • Isterhi do not say it is a duty because I know that when this news is brought to you you will be compelled by your regard and respect tor Brother Goldstrom to visit him at this time. To" Brother Sol, we send our sincere and heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery with the feeling that a heart as generous as his will always be with us. At the last meeting of the Lodge it was unanimously moved and carried that the Lodge appropriate S200 for presenting Chanukah gifts to members in the armed services. A recapitulation indicates that of our membership 121 are m the active service, The records also indicate that ol these BEGH ON OCT. 15 (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTE1N REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real 605 Lincoln Rd. Estate Service Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 CAN'T YOU SLEEP? to your attention that if you know ol a member in the ; armed services that you mimcdaiely call in his address to the B'Nai B'Rith office at once — 3-6306. Tins is most important because mailing ol these presents must be done by October 15th in order to reach then destination during the Chanukah period. f Please do not read this over and forget it. but immediately make the necessary call. Brother Sam Goldman ol Gull Drug Sales ol this city has been lending Invaluable assistance to the committee in charge and is entitled to receive the thanks of the Lodge for his splendid work. Brother President Friedman is the chairman ol this committee and. as. usually, is sparing no efforts so that this project may be a success. Brothei Friedman also advised me that under his direction news letters concerning members of the organization and the activities are being prepared each month and mailed to each ol our brothers in the service. This is being done due to the attention called to the country as a whole that one of the major complaints of the men m service is that they hear little news concerning their friends and organizations at home. At the last meeting a committee was appointed by the chair tu investigate certain discordant rumors concerning Hillel. I have been advised that a meeting ol the Hillel Advisory Council has enlivened which was very lengthy and hotly debated. The fact-finding committee appointed by the chair will report at the next meeting a complete statement of the issues involved and it is very important that each membei be present. The meeting will be held at the Miami Beach "Y" the second Tuesday in October. l extend* .. I il InvltAtlon t" ill member* mil friend*. Cantor Abraham Friedman will ofli. i Hi .,ii. | l:..l.l.i Max Shapiro will conduct BETH SHOLEMXENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. l'Yhl:i\ evening Nervlren .ii v i %  • an lines Khabni will follow the ner> Rabbi Leon Kronish will lirrach W niori topic will lie "How Shall W e ISieel \ I lay?" SahliH i li moi I ;it in s1111• I:i \ evening rtuci'on N'Vleei 11 R;| -.i in, >n topic will be "Whnl Kind ..i Mai vi nl Shall H i '"; the 8ucr will i open aftei tin-iiur. -. Monday .mil Teimda> moi mm: Sui con wrvli • •.al i" .i m MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave. Conservative kYirtaj evening Kabalai SIIHIIIHH 7 ill |i m Kattirdat morning wrvlre* il 9 I m Rabbi irvinq Lehr. man will prearh on the weekl) portion nl tii. i;iw KervlceM Sunday evening 7 |i m Monda> i ning Ralibl l^ehi %  ".in will preach mi "Kymboln Thai i i %  Tuexda i nun nlng'h topic will be "\ Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sabbath eve -iii'.-s I'nd.n evenlnK, s. pi 28th. ; > %  • i; "1 .-•,., ,,„,,, "What In the lllble > ik..K. i-i ,.i Boothfi Sunda %  evening, I •• tobi r Int. R:1S P m s.r".'"", rt< (oh e in Kverythlng Thai Ii M in\ MI.. i nlnit. i'. • %  •I..I 2nd. mil. n ., MI Sermon: %  Paul rreiu MI .Hid I'mure Kukoi MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W 17th Ave. Orthodox. Prldaj eyenina Kervlrei il • I"' %  >> Saturda> innrina .ii : Sur; %  • M-rvlrei siimi.n evenlna al 7. Mommj nnd Tuewdio inornlnRn a) :• N ecenl on will follow in the Surroh %  MI eiii-h da> s. i, .,.,,, i •/., ,i..|, Ta |„, ,„ M il. have nei x lce Ki ldn> Inn .ii 7 Saturda> mornliiK, .n •• i m Rabbi Apri will be "Aftei Klppui Sun i lcen Sunda \ • yen Ini al '' %  %  • IIH.I n'liu: .il '" with Rabbi i-ii Thank ,.\ .• i 'ona M topic %  •~. i \ o'clwk M'.'i ml,in. ,1 nei viced Simon April's topic: "JIM %  Ivlna Tuedu> inonilna k. Rabbi Vprll'ti Cauaen ..f Jewlah ittH3 rmillarVj^"^r AUGUST BROS n Yt ** /* the BEST.' C m IIKN the atrejw of modern of livinjr gets "on your nerve*" • (rood sedative can do a lot to lesa en nervous tonsion, to make yon more comfortable, to permit restful sleep. Next time a day's work and worry or a night's wakefnu ns —, snakes you Irritable, Restless or JBP7 — grivea you Nervona Hesd•cae or Nervous Indigestion, try Dr. Miles Nervine a ifjiqsid or Effervescent Tablets). Dr. Miles Nervine is a lasted sedative that has bringing: relief from Functional Nervous Disturbances for sixty years yet is as up-to-date as this morning's newspaper. Liquid' SS* and $1.06, Effervescent tablets *&* 75*. Read directions and BH a direeted. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producti" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street (Thin roi urn II IH ronduited bv the Greater Miami Jewish Pederstton in cooperation with The Jewish Fionaan M a community servlet To inform the eommunlbr of >o„ r ortmnlsstlon's activltieH and to avoid oonfllctl In Phone :t r. 411 and auk for ommunlty Calendar." NotKlcsu in hwleriition no later than ruemiay for publication that uatt'H, must ptach we.-k ) Sat.. Sept. 30th Bnai B'nth Girls' Dance—Miami Woman's Club, 9: p n Tues.. Oct. 3rd Temple Israel Board meetin K -.Temple Israel, 8 p. ni. Wed.. Oct. 4th Joint Sisterhood and Conereea Uon Membership Succa Party f i ', l ( '!i; Nat, nal Council i J ,Ti h Womi, n. Atlantis Hotel, 12:30 p. m.; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, regular meeting, 8:30 p. m ; yeshivah Sub-Committee, Federation office, 8 p. in. Thurs.. Oct. 5th Servicemen's Needs Committee Meeting, Federation office, a Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. TJ K THI J CORAL GABLES certain the number of Jewish residents IHIO and their affiliations, children and their activities, war records and participation in addition to other pertinent data. The Bureau of War Records of the Jewish Welfare Board is compiling and making available to the public a permanent record of servicemen of the Jewish faith who are taking part in World War II. Figures recently released by the Bureau indicate that nearly 500,00(1 Jews now are serving in the United States armed forces. The Bureau combs all official government lists of casualties and awards tor names which sourff as il they might belong to Jewish servicemen. Careful and painstaking authentication is the next step, under the direction of the Hunan's supervisory Technical Committee. A staff of statisticians is headed by Dr. Samuel C. Kohs. psychologist and inventor of the Army's block intelligence test." After the 1^^ Jew.sh participation ?"^l noy.ngly htcaCS J? H comprehensive rL c i Ura te been kept Th e RT S ha l Record throuoh ^ urea of forces in n the: particular rnm !" PubUc's hands; "„ !" S' !" is tens.-£9 DRINK < IU VITAMIN ^4ade From Fresh Orangn OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7.7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounae F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best e It Costs No More IN FLORIDA OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Oallciou* Corned Br Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Muti 87th and Normal Ave. CMuei PALM BEACH NOTE! MBS. MART 8CHBEBN1CE. Mr. and Mrs. S. Sneider of Pine Hill arrived Wednesday and are staying at 629 Fern St. They expect to spend the winter here. Fi lends of Mrs. M. Shier will be glad to learn that she is at home at 72G Flamingo Drive recuperating from ;, severe illness. Mrs. Seidel and infant baby, of Mount Vernon, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Sin %  idei. Ii29 Fern St. First Lt. Seymor Seidcr. Seider. and A. Levin dined at I Viennese Luncheonette Tue They were the guestf of Mr.! vin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold of Bell Glade spent the holiday at Wa Palm Beach as the guests of I" Mary Schrehnick. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gold to visit their son, Lou, at camp. He will be leaving soon! overseas. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREIAMERY CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM-ICE CREW FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME>c. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER .ESTABLISHER 1893 .„ "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDER Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County. %  ££* %  .Nationally Famous Southern Dam* • %  CKRAM ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PH0


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    Creation Date:
    September 29, 1944

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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
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    English
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    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    September 29, 1944

    Subjects

    Subjects / Keywords:
    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Genre:
    newspaper   ( marcgt )
    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage:
    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

    Notes

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

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    University of Florida
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    oclc - 35317254
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    AA00010090:00815

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    ^5LUMEl7-NUMBER 39
    MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1944
    PRICE TEN CENTS
    BEGIN Oil OCT. 15
    a population survey, the first
    Organized attempt to survey the
    wish community of Greater Mi-
    imi will officially take place,
    .tartina Oct. 15th and lasting
    ihrouRn the week until the 22nd.
    More than two months of pre-
    parations are now nearing final
    stages for the canvassing of the
    community to be manned by a
    corp of volunteer Jewish women.
    Headed by M. J. Kopelowitz. as
    chairman of the Population Sur-
    vey Planning Committee, the pro-
    ject is being sponsored by the
    local Jewish Federation in co-
    operation with the Jewish Wel-
    fare Board in its community sur-
    vey and war records activities,
    A mass meeting of the volun-
    teer enumerators will take place
    on Wednesday, October 11, at 2
    D m. at Temple Israel. Mrs. Monte
    Selig and Mrs. Milton Sirkin have
    accepted responsibility for the
    canvass enumerators and are
    serving as co-chairman of this
    volunteer division. Majors and
    chaptains announced to date are:
    Mrs. Etta W. LeVine, Major;
    Captains: Mrs. H. Hacker, Mrs.
    Joel Bellov, Mrs. Sam Silver,
    Mrs. Anna Pastroff.
    Mrs. Emil Gould. Major; Cap-
    tains: Mrs, Herman Wepman,
    Mrs. George Greenspan, Mrs. I.
    H. Goldman, Mrs. Morris Salo-
    mon.
    Mrs. Harry Platoff. Major; Cap-
    tains: Mrs. Max Meisel, Mrs. Carl
    Susskind. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff,
    Mrs. Louis Glasser.
    Mrs. Joseph Wiliamson, Major;
    Captains: Mrs. Barney Weinkle.
    Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Milton
    Wolff, Mrs. Janet Jacobs.
    Lieutenants and other workers
    will be announced.
    The canvass will strive to as-
    (CONTINUEO ON PAGE 8)
    JEWISH SOLDIERS OF MANY
    NATIONS CELEBRATE ROSH
    HASHONAH WHILE IN ITALY
    Rome (JTA)Jewish officers
    and soldiers wearing uniforms of I
    many nations celebrated Rosh
    Hashonah in one of Rome's larg-
    est theatres. The Elisio, while
    more than 2,000 Italian Jews fill-
    ed the Great Synagogue here,
    with thousands more crowding
    the street outside the synagogue
    building.
    [
    BEACH BOOK
    OEPRTED JEM
    Paris (JTA)The Jews in Paris
    and elsewhcre.in France are deep-
    ly concerned at attempts by pow- ]
    erful groups to prevent the re-
    turn home of deported Jews who
    were not French citizens. The
    Jewish Telegraphic Agency cor-1
    respondent was told that such
    sentiments have been voiced even
    in influential government circles. |
    The proposal by these groups,
    that the non-citizens be returned
    to their countries of origin would
    work extreme hardship on thous- I
    ands of deportees who may still'
    be livingworking in the coal I
    mines of Silesia or elsewhere, or I
    confined in German concentra-1
    tion camps. Many of these had :
    spent the majority of their lives
    in France prior to their deporta-
    tion, had French wives and in
    many cases owned considerable
    property here. If prohibited from
    returning they would be stripped
    of everything.
    CLOTHING FOR THE
    DESTITUTEl
    In cooperation with Unit-
    ed Nations Relief and Re-
    habilitation Administration.
    a emergency collection of
    clothing is being staged. Re-
    ligious communities of
    America will attempt to col-
    lect through their houses of
    worship, IS,000.000 pounds
    of clothing.
    All the clothing collected
    will be distributed free of
    cost to needy persons in
    war-torn areas of Europe
    through UNRRA.
    The Rabbinical Associa-
    tion of Greater Miami has
    endorsed the project and to-
    gether with cooperation or-
    ganizations will do all possi-
    ble to insure the success of
    the clothing project here.
    A message irom the Rab-
    binical Association is carried
    on an inside page of this
    edition.
    MOSCOW WORSHIPERS OF
    ARMY NAVY OVERFLOW
    HUGE CHORAL SYNAGOGUE
    Moscow, (JTA)Hundreds of
    men and officers of the Red Army
    and Red Fleet joined with thous-
    ands of civilians at Rosh Hashon-
    ah services in Moscow's huge
    ornate Choral Syngague. Every
    available bit of space in the syn-
    agogue was filled. Worshippers
    stood in the hallways, the aisles
    and crowded out into the street.
    The newly chartered Miami
    Beach Servicemen's Housing cor-
    poration officially opened last
    week, setting up headquarters in
    council chamber on the eighth
    floor of the city hall.
    Sam R. Becker is chairman of a
    campaign committee and said its
    duty will be to comb Miami Beach
    Jor apartments for their army
    families' housing program.
    Becker's co-chairman is Alfred
    Elgie. and other members are
    Marcie Liberman, Benjamin D.
    Bronston, George Bertman. Bruno
    *"1 Dave Eisen, Harry Zuker-
    Jick. John Prosser, John D.
    Montgomery.
    Program of the new corpora-
    tion calls for leasing apartments
    on a 12-month basis, and then
    subletting them to army perman-
    ent party men who have been un-
    able to find quarters here for
    Weir families. About 500 apart-
    ments for such purpose are need-
    ed at once, it is asserted.
    An initial fund of $50,000 had
    placed at the disposal of
    'He corporation public-spirited
    men.
    Other prominent Miami Beach
    Business and professional men
    comprise the other officers and
    directors.
    Officers of the group are: Sam
    B'ank. president; Monte Selig,
    Wee-president; Thomas O'Hagan
    ""Pice, vice-president; Charles
    ' Clements, vice-president; Carl
    tinkle, treasurer; Harry Zuker-
    mck, secretary; Gus Jacobson. ex-
    ecutive secretary.
    Sofia (JTA)Thirty-five thous-
    and Jews have survived the Ger-
    man occupation of Bulgaria, but,
    not a single Jew remains in i
    Macedonia from where the en- I
    Ure Jewish population was de-j
    ported to extermination camps:
    in Poland, the correspondent of
    the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    established upon his arrival here, j
    Before the war there were about
    50,000 Jews in Bulgaria.
    Dimo Kazasov, Bulgarian Min- j
    ister of Propaganda, assured the
    JTA correspondent that the Jews |
    in Bulgaria would get back .all;
    property, businesses and other as-1
    sets confiscated by the state, or
    forcibly sold under the anti-Jew-1
    ish laws of the former pro-Nazi (
    regime. It may take time to settle
    the transfer of some of the prop-
    erty, he said, but the Bulgarian |
    Government is determined to
    solve the problem in a manner |
    which will not disrupt "the trad-
    itional friendship and mutual un- I
    derstanding between the Bul-
    garians and the Jews.
    ASK TO SEND RELIEF TO
    LIBERATED JEWS IN EUROPE
    London (JTA)The British
    Government announced that a
    Jewish Brigade Group will be
    formed and will be assigned to
    active operations. The formation
    of the group follows repeated de-
    mands by the Jewish Agency for
    Palestine for a Separate Jewish
    fighting force to participate in
    the liberation of Europe from the
    Germans.
    The British Information Service
    has said that the strength of a
    pre-war brigade was about 3.000.
    but that they have been greatly
    enlarged since thp war. The pre-
    sent figure cannot be divulged
    for reasons of military security.
    A brigade is larger than a regi-
    ment, but smaller than a division.
    An infantry brigade, the an-
    nouncement said, will be based
    on the Jewish infantry battlaions
    now attached to the Palestine
    Regiment. The necessary concen-
    tration of troops for training is
    now taking place before the unit
    is sent to a theatre of war.
    Supporting and auxiliary units
    which will complete the group
    are now being formed, the Gov-
    ernment revealed, and they will
    join the new infantry brigade as
    soon as it is practicable. Details
    of the scheme are being discussed
    with officials of the Jewish
    Agency, which has been invited
    to cooperate with the military au-
    thorities.
    By arrangement with the War
    Office, the Jewish Agency for
    Palestine this week opened an of-
    fice in London for preliminary
    registration of men desiring to
    serve in the Jewish brigade being
    formed by the British Govern-
    ment.
    GOOD-WILL COMMITTEE IS
    FORMED AT HOMESTEAD
    London (JTA)-A representa-
    tive of the Jewish Agency has
    approached the Soviet Embassy
    here in connection with securing
    facilities for the Palestine Jewish
    Rescue Committee to send rein I
    fo liberated areas of Eastern Eu-
    rope. The results of the meeting
    J3g a Soviet official are not,
    known. ,
    A number of.Palestinian Jew-j
    ,sh women serving m the Aux I -
    arv Territorial Service will shoit-
    ?yrVbe discharged in order tojota
    the Balkan mission of the UniUd
    Nations Relief and Rehab.htat.on
    Administration, it is learned hen.
    A three-man goodwill commit-
    tee to further religious tolerance
    and understanding has been
    formed at Homestead to work
    with the Miami Round Table, a
    branch of the National Confer-
    ence of Christians and Jews.
    Named on the committee are
    S. J. Lynch, Catholic, grove and
    production manager of the Flor-
    ida Lime and Avocado Growers;
    Carl Wagner. Protestant, princi-
    pal of Redland schools; and Pfc.
    Monroe Losner, Jewish, son of
    Mr and Mrs. Max Losner of
    Homestead, veteran of 29 months"
    service with an armored division
    in England. Africa and Italy.
    Paul Losner, a brother of Mon-
    roe, will serve as Monroe s proxy
    on the committee.
    RELEASE OF
    BLOCKED FUNDS
    fin
    Montreal (JTA)Action by
    western hemisphere governments
    to release blocked funds of re-
    fugees residing in their countries
    has been urged in a resolution in-
    troduced at the session of the
    United Nations Relief and Re-
    habilitation Administration coun-
    cil by the Cuban delegate, who
    also suggested that Jews be re-
    cognized by the UNRRA as one
    of the United Nations.for relief
    purposes.
    Meanwhile, a delegation from
    the American Jewish Conference
    presented rehabilitation recom-
    mendations for Jews to Assistant
    Secretary of State Dean Acheson,
    who is the American representa-
    tive on the council. The delega-
    tion, which consisted of Dr. Alex-
    ander Kohanski of New York and
    Jane Evans of Cincinnati, urged
    assistance for Nazi victims who
    are not nationals of Allied coun-
    tries and asol asked that official
    Jewish observers be assigned to
    the UNRRA council and its vari-
    ous committees
    AUTHORITIES ARE
    F
    CONFERENCE HEED
    IN ATLANTIS!THE
    J IN B ON CENTERS
    The first annual conference of
    the Southern Section of Jewish
    Centers, Y.M.H.A.'s and Y.W.
    H.A.'s of the National Jewish
    Welfare Board was held at Atlan-
    ta Saturday evening, September
    23 and Sunday, September 24.
    Representatives of all the south-
    ern states, including Texas, were
    present.
    Professional workers of the re-
    gion assembled Friday, prior to
    the convention and conducted a
    Professional Workers' Institute.
    At this Institute matters of parti-
    cular interest to professional
    workers and their programs were
    discussed. Some of the topics
    considered were: The major needs
    in community service, Program-
    ming, Responsibility toward the
    returning veteran, Interpretation
    of Jewish Center Work and Re-
    lationship of Jewish Centers to-
    ward Jewish community agencies.
    Jack Marash, executive director
    of the Miami Beach "Y," was
    chairman of the session where
    the topic, "How can we organize
    and develop non-athletic pro-
    grams in Jewish Centers" was
    discussed.
    Maurice Grossman, executive
    director of the Miami Y.M. &
    Y.W.H.A., was chairman of the
    session wherein there was formed
    a Regional Chapter of the Na-
    tional Association of Jewish Cen-
    ter Workers. The National Asso-
    ciation of Jewish Center Workers
    is composed of professional work-
    ers in the Center field. Mr. Gross-
    man was elected chairman of the
    Southern Chapter. Elected with
    him are: Hirsh Kaplan of Nash-
    ville, vice-chairman and Ben
    Roth of Birmingham, secretary-
    treasurer.
    At the opening meeting on Sat-
    urday night the principal speak-
    er was Frank L. Weil, president
    of the National Jewish Welfare
    Board. Mr. Weil spoke on the
    iCONTISUED ON PAGE 4)
    Marseille (JTA)French au-
    thorities here are facilitating leg-
    alization of the position of foreign
    Jew.-; and other "displaced per-
    sons" who, for the most part,
    had to go underground during the
    German occupation in order to
    escape deportation to the Reich,
    it was established by a special
    correspondent of the Jewish Tele-
    graphic Agency who arrived here.
    Raymond Aubrac. French Gov-
    ernment commissioner for the
    Marseilles area, told the corre-
    spondent that identity papers are
    being issued to replace the false
    documents these civilians had to
    carry in order to avoid arrest. He
    said that there is no discrimina-
    tion against foreigners and dis-
    placed persons either in the dis-
    tribution of government relief, or
    in employment. Discussing the
    presence of tens of thousands of
    foreign civilians in Southern
    France, he expressed the view
    that the problem was one which
    had to be treated on a national
    basis and declared he had already
    raised the issue with Paris.
    SEVERAL HUNDRED JEWS AT
    SPECIAL BELGIUM MEETING
    Brussels (JTA)The Commit-
    tee for Jewish Defenseaffiliat-
    ed with the underground move-
    ment in Belgiumwhich since
    July. 1942 has been helping Jews
    find hiding places and placed
    Jewish children with Christian
    families to avoid their deporta-
    tion by the Germans, marked the
    end of its underground activities
    by arranging a special luncheon
    for several hundred Jewish sol-
    diers of the Allied armies now
    stationed here.
    SPECIAL RELIEF
    TO DE GIVEN JEWS
    BY UNRRA ROOT
    Montreal (JTA)Special meas-
    ures for relief of Jews in enemy
    territory as well as in the lib-
    erated countries of Europe will
    be taken by the United Nations
    Relief and Rehabilitation Ad-
    ministrationwith the consent of
    the occupying military authori-
    tiesunder a resolution passed by
    the Policy Committee of the
    UNRRA Council now in session
    here.
    The resolution, as originally in-
    troduced by the British delega,-
    tion, merely authorized the UNR
    RA to furnish relief to Allied
    nationals found in enemy and ex-
    enemy territory. Dean Acheson.
    leader of the United States dele-
    gation, however, proposed an
    amendment reading: "or to other
    persons who have been obliged to
    leave their country, or place of
    origin, or former residence, or
    who have been deported there-
    from by action of the enemy be-
    cause of their race, religion, or
    activities in favor of the United
    Nations."
    Jerusalem (JTA)Dr. Israel J.
    Kligler. prominent American bac-
    teriologist who has headed the
    Department of Hygiene and Bac-
    teriology at the Hebrew Universi-
    ty for many years, died suddenly
    Saturday from a heart attack suf-
    fered at his home in the settle-
    ment of Nathania. He was 55.






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    PAGE TWO
    *JewishifhrkHam
    Mr. and Mrs. J. Oxman of
    Philadelphia are visiting Mr. and
    Mrs. Charles Belanoff, 845 S. W.
    13th Ct., Miami. Mrs. Oxman is
    a sister of Mrs. Belanoff.
    Mrs. Sam B. Miller, president
    Hi the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary, re-
    turned to the city after vacation-
    ing in the North.
    BIRTHS
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nordin
    have returned to their home 5441
    Alton Road after spending three
    months in Chicago at the Shore-
    land Hotel.
    Henry Miller. 1428 S. W. 1st St..
    took a plane trip to Texas where
    he is spending a ten day visit
    with his son. Robert Miller, a
    member of the armed forces, sta-
    tioned there.
    Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Kugel have
    returned after a four month's
    vacation in Hendersonvillc.
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dolcort
    have returned to their home.
    1044 S. W. 13th Court, after an
    extended vacation in Ohio.
    Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Quitner,
    4475 Nautilus drive, announce the
    birth of a son on Sept. 26 at St.
    Francis hospital.
    Captain and Mrs. Robert Levin
    announce the birth of a son. Mark
    William, September 20th, at Jack-
    son Memorial Hospital. Captain
    Levin is now stationed in Eng-
    land, where he is a member of
    the Dental Corps of the United
    States Army. Mrs. Levin is the
    former Cynthia Diamond, daugh-
    ter of Mrs. Essie Diamond of this
    city. The Bris took place Tues-
    day with Rabbi Max Shapiro,
    present.
    Cpl. and Mrs. Seymour Pivar.
    1561 Drexel ave.. announce the
    birth of a daughter Sept. 17 at
    St. Francis hospital.
    ARBEITER RING TO MEET ON
    SUN. TO HEAR DELEGATES
    Eugene P. Edwin, 151 Collins
    Ave., and Stanley J. Lcvine, 1523
    West Ave.. are among the new
    students registering in the col-
    lege of the University of Chicago.
    Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller with
    children, Barbara and Jack, have
    returned from Hendersonville
    where they spent the summer.
    the 25th Southeastern District
    convention which they attended
    Labor Day. Refreshments will be
    served.
    Delegates were: Joseph Polock,
    Sam Kahan, David Bross and
    Morris Jacobs.
    The 25th Jubilee
    ; i took place in Birmingham, Ala.,
    JUNIOR BNAI BHITH OUtU> and ,)ad as a RU(?st speakeri Bon.
    Arbeiter Ring Branch No. 692
    of Greater Miami at 25 Washing-
    ton Ave., Miami Beach, will have,
    a meeting Sunday, October 1st at
    7 p. m. at which time, the dele-
    WEDDINGS
    The wedding of Arline, daugh-
    ter of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aron-
    ovitz to Ronald V. Kent, took
    place Aug. 12 at the Waldorf-As-
    toria.
    Miss Aronovitz was given in
    marriage by her father. Mr.
    Kent's uncle, Sandle Vollter. was
    his best man. Only members of
    both families attended the cere-
    mony
    Before graduation from the Un-
    iversity of Miami, Mrs. Kent at-
    tended Miami Senior High school
    and the University of Alabama,
    when' she became a member of
    Sigma Delta Tau sorority.
    Mr. Kent is the son of Mr. and
    Mis. Harry Oppenheim, New
    York.
    The High Holy Day services at
    Ohev Shalom, Orlando, were in
    charge of Rabbi Morris Skop.
    Cantor Julius Roscnstem of Mi-
    ami, baritone voice chanted.
    gates will present their reports of Cantor Rosenstein was born
    TO HAVE GALA FALL AFFAIR
    The Greater Miami Junior
    B'nai B'rith Girls announce their
    gala fall affair to be held Sept.
    30 at the Miami Woman's Club,
    1737 Bayshore Driv*. This Har-
    vest Dance will present profes-
    sional entertainment. The music
    will be supplied by Herbie Shaw
    and his band.
    Tickets may be obtained from
    the B'nai B'rith Girls or at the
    door.
    Open
    Daily 1:45
    Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
    LINCOLN
    Lincoln Rd..
    M I A M I
    Open Daily
    11:15 A. M.
    Downtown Miami
    CAPITOL
    Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd
    Open Daily
    11:45 P. M.
    Now showing! .
    thru Monday, Oct. 2
    The down-beat to
    beat down the blues!
    "SWEET AND
    LOW-DOWN"
    BENNY GOODMAN
    JACK OAKIE
    LINDA DARNELL
    LYNNBARI

    STARTS TUESDAY!
    PHIL BAKER
    IN
    "TAKE IT OR
    LEAVE IT"
    jamin Gebiner, assistant general
    secretary of the Workmen's Cir-
    cle, Philip Block, National Di-
    rector of the World Art Federa-
    tion and I. Lozerson, president of
    the Arbeiter Ring Teachers Fed-
    eration of New York.
    Resolutions adopted include:
    To help establish an Old Age
    Home for the Arbeiter Ring mem-1
    ben in the south. Campaign to
    enlarge membership. Opening of
    an Arbeiter Ring School. To take
    active part in Local Federation.
    The newly elected district com-
    mittee include: Atlanta: Micheal
    J, Merlin, chairman, Morris Blue-
    Stln; Savannah: Harry Apple-
    baum, district secretary, David |
    Rossi, assistant district secretary,'
    Hyman Kaufman treasurer. Si-
    mon Esard; Miami: Felix Rosen-
    thai.
    Lodz, Poland, and studied in the
    Seminary of the scholarly Rabbi
    Meizel. When he came to Amer-
    ica, Cantor Rosenstein assumed
    positions in New York and Long
    Island, where he introduced
    I ancient liturgical prayers into
    Conference i modern conservative services.
    This is Cantor Rosenstein's second
    year in Orlando where his serv-
    ices were termed "beautiful and
    impressive."
    SERVE-A-HOSPITAL BODY TO
    HOLD MEETING ON OCT. 5TH
    Mrs. Sidney Stepkln, chair-
    man of the Serve-a-Hospital
    committee, announces there will
    be 8 meeting of the organization
    Thursday, Oct. 5th at the Beach
    "Y." All representatives are asked
    to be present to carry back to
    their various groups cut-up bed-
    side kits and pillow cases for
    completion.
    BETH SHOLOM LADIES WILL
    HAVE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
    LEAR SCHOOL PREPARES TO
    OPEN NEW SCHOOL TERM
    The Lear School. 1010 West
    Ave., Miami Beach, is now mak-
    ing preparations for the opening
    of the new school term on Octo-
    ber 2nd. Registration is being ac-
    cepted during the morning hours
    of the coming week. The initial
    enrollment includes children re-
    presenting all areas of the coun-
    try.
    The Lear School, which has
    maintained an excellent reputa-
    tion over a long period of years,
    will offer an interesting and
    broadening educational program
    for the coming year, combining
    nodern academic procedure and
    Temple Israel Sisterhood will vitalized extra-curricula activi-
    hold their first regular meeting ties.
    at Kaplan Hall. Tuesday, October j The afternoon recreation sched-
    3rd at 2 p.m. i ules include dramatics, dancing,
    Following a short business art, music, handicrafts, swim-
    meeting Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will nunRi sports and games.
    give a book review. The social |____ ___________,__________
    hour will be in a form of a Suc-
    coth Celebration.
    The Board of the Beth Sholom
    Sisterhood, under the leadership
    of Mrs. Rell Tobin, has made ten-
    tative plans for a number of
    Social Activities in the very near
    future.
    Sunday Evening, Open House
    will be resumed the middle of
    October. The Sisterhood has also
    made plans for the Annual Chil-
    dren's Simchas Torah Party on
    Monday evening, Oct. 9th. On
    Tuesday morning at 12 noon, a
    Buffet Luncheon will be served
    following the Simchas Torah
    Service.
    The officers of the Sisterhood
    are: President, Mrs. Charles
    Tobin; vice president, Mrs. Abe
    Zinnamon; recording secretary,
    Mrs. I. C. Greenberg; corr. secre-
    tary, Mrs. Irving Rothman; fin.
    secretary, Mrs. H. Schmerin;
    treasurer. Mrs. M. Bergsman;
    ways and means, Mrs. Zinnamon,
    Mrs. Baum, Mrs. Scheaffer; house
    committee, Mrs. Baum, Mrs. Ellis.
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    Miami Beach 39, Fla.
    PHILIP STEIR
    Wishes to announce to his
    host of friends that he now
    owns and operates the
    Blackstone Pharmacy
    at
    850 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach
    Phone 5-4925
    He will carry a full line of
    Park* & Davis. Lilly.
    Squibb, Lederle. Abbott
    and Upjohn Vitamins and
    dispensing medicines. Asso-
    ciated with him in the Rx
    department is
    JACK LEON JABLO
    a graduate of the Pittsburgh
    College of Pharmacy.
    A pharmacist with 12 years
    of experience
    VISIT OUR MODERN
    SODA FOUNTAIN AND
    LUNCHEONETTE
    PHILIP STEIR
    AND J. JAY SEGAL
    Owners
    Mount Sinai Memorial Park
    "Owned and Operated by
    Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
    A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
    AJf liated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
    ?wish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood
    Chesed Shel Ernes
    ZyVZ
    MottU totUt
    Your Complete Department
    Store With Quality
    Merchandise
    Washington Aye. at 13th St.
    Miami Beach
    And for your convenience
    Morris Brother's New Ap-
    parel and Accessory Store
    70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
    AUGUST BROS ftvr
    B'NAI BTIITH OUTStT^5
    el. B'Nai B'Rnrh?s h? ^
    Pints of blood to the n.^
    t.V Blood Bank See h Coun"
    of thus year. This '
    total number of dow ?* lheir
    the 100 mark, B& nns, *
    finals reported. Bank of.
    wSut. YoUth 0rd of n
    B Rith, joining the Cni.2i ?Na>
    that most of ^^"u1-found
    underage to donateTd^^
    a house-to-house Mm. plan
    donors not already Sffife '
    a member orsanb d.Wlth
    Blood Donors^ CoS ," ft
    Alxrod is chairman XL a?"1"
    vita is chairman of u sK*
    B Nai B'Rith Blood Dot ft!""
    "Rudt 1Sa^.29 l" d0 rCUn-
    TVRMhy. Ad,er- anther BThi
    BRith donor and one of the mS
    of directors of the Blood L
    Council, has donated b??
    times within the nattSB-SL?1
    Mr. Adler has \g?*fg*
    in rounding up donors and\Z
    LN^foSehddof0tnetrhiCdhonkr
    Krth!cal1, V"X5S
    and the only difficulty I ?,'
    encounter in sol,e.tinK donon"
    to arrange donation dates so they
    TetrTo^t0mUCh^^
    Mr. Adler is the "angel" of the
    Blood Bank and is donatine the
    funds for pins to be awarded to
    three-time blood donorsas well
    as the $100 war bond first prize
    to be given to the winning con-
    testant in the Blood Donor Pin
    Design Contest which closes Sec-
    tember 30th.
    New York (JTA)-^Jewish lead-
    ers here are elated at the issu-
    ance by Gen. Dwight Eisenhower,
    commander of Allied forces in
    western Europe, of a proclama-
    tion abrogating Nazi racial laws
    in the portion of Germany held
    by the Allied armies.
    Keep on buying War Bonds.
    BEETHOVEN'S
    CONCERTO NO. 3
    $5-98
    The Concerto No. 3 played
    by Jose Iturbi on Victor
    Red Seal records ... an
    item collectors won't want
    to miss! We also have
    Beethoven's:
    Concerto No. 5 with
    Arthur Schnable $5.78
    Symphonie No. \ di-
    rected by Toscanini, $5.78
    Symphony No. 8 di-
    rected by Koussevit-
    sky .................. W-68
    Moonlight Sonata
    (first movement)
    played by Paderw-
    ski.......... .....$1-05
    Sonata No. 26 played
    by Rubenstein $2.63
    MIAMI STORK RECORD*
    KIFTH 1I-OOK
    Is the BEST
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    THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
    FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
    Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
    Olympic Building Phone I
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    PPJDAY. SEPTEMBER 2a 1944
    *-Jc-nisti fhriaficir)
    PAGE THREE
    FOR GREATER ill
    [KITED ACTION
    At the recent executive board
    meeting ot the Women's Division,
    American Jewish Congress, Mrs.
    c H Lutsky, president of the
    Greater Miami Chaper presented
    her "Blueprint for Expediency"
    for greater concerted and con-
    structive action for the forth-
    coming season. All programmatic
    committees will be departmental-
    ized with a key chairman at the
    head. All allied chairmen will be
    placed in their respective dis-
    tricts. Mrs. Lutsky made the fol-
    lowing appointment!: Director of
    Education. Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin;
    chairman of the committee on
    membership, Mrs. Max Meisel;
    chairman ol organization, Mrs. A.
    E. Woolfe; chairman of committee
    to combat anti-Semitism, Mrs.
    Louis Glasser; chairman of war
    activities, Mrs. Rose Weiss. Other
    chairmen appointed were Mrs.
    Arthur Treister, chairman of re-
    membrance funds and council
    against intolerance; Mrs. Joseph
    Arkin. chairman of Jewish Wel-
    fare Board: Mrs. Randolf Shevach,
    chairman of publicity and Mrs
    Joseph Rose, chairman of inter-
    relations and affiliations
    The chapter will start its years
    activities with an intensive mem-
    bership campaign which will cul-
    minate on October 30 with a
    smorgasbord luncheon, to which
    the admission will be "every
    member bung a new member.*
    An Interesting program is being
    arranged by the committee in
    'barge, consisting of Mrs. Louis
    Olusser Mrs. Edith Weinstein.
    Mrs Max Meisel, Mrs. A. E
    Woolfe. and Mrs. Philip Salmon.
    Ihese women will be ably assist-
    ed by a corp of co-workers. A
    feature of the program will be
    the installation services. Due to
    limited accommodations, reserva-
    tions must be made early, by call-
    ing any one of the members list-
    ed above.
    JEWISH WORKERS ALLIANCE1
    TO CELEBRATE SUCCOTH
    RELIGIOUS SCHOOL HAS
    COMPLETE HEBREW STUDIES
    Henry Seitlin, president, an-
    nounces that a Succoth celebra-
    tion will be sponsored by the
    Jewish Workers Alliance, Bialik
    Urancn No. 290. Tuesday evening.
    October 5, at 8:30 o'clock at the
    Miami Beach Jiwish Community
    Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. A musi-
    cal program will be rendered
    With Cantor Emanuel Barkan ac-
    companied by Edith Freeman as
    a special feature. A speaker from
    the national office will be pre-
    sented. Members of the Greater
    Miami Pioneer Women's Organ-
    ization for Palestine Club No 1
    and Club No. 2 will take part.
    There will be refreshments and
    other entertainment. The public
    is invited.
    REPORT 93 PER CENT OF
    CHEST PLEDGES COLLECTED
    B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS TO HOLD
    LUNCHEON FOR MEMBER
    A. E. Fuller, treasurer of Dade
    County Community War Chest
    reports to Chest contributors that
    93 per cent, or $569,055 has boon
    Collected on 1944 pledges, with
    five months still remaining in the
    fiscal year.
    James I. Keller, jr., president
    of the Chest, was appointed by
    the executive board, to servo as
    general chairman of the 1945
    campaign, with John E. Shuey,
    Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, Horace F.
    Cordes, co-chairmen.
    A luncheon will be given by
    I the B'nai B'nth Girls Oct. 7, at
    the Palm Tea Room, 1610 Lenox
    Ave., honoring the marriage of
    their member, Mrs. M. Baker,
    formerly Miss Marjorie Waldman,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
    : Waldman, 734 Jefferson Ave, Mi-
    ami Beach.
    The installation of the newly
    elected officers of the B'nai B'rith
    Girls will take place.
    Mrs. Carl Weinkle^and Mrs.
    Alex Richardson sponsors of the
    I beach chapter will be present.
    Louis Goldman, chairman of j
    the Religious School Board of I
    Beth Shalom Center, announces j
    that the Hebrew School will have I
    a full curriculum of Hebrew |
    studies during the coming year.
    The school will be under the
    direct supervision of Rabbi Leon
    Kronish, who has had many years
    of experience in Jewish educa-
    tion. Classes will be organized for
    beginners ahd advanced Hebrew
    students. The curriculum will con-
    tain the following elements: He-
    brew reading, conversational He-
    brew, Bible and literature for ad-
    vanced students, ceremonies and
    ritual, liturgical responses, He-
    brew writing.
    Bar Mitzvah instruction will
    also be provided and parents are
    urged to register their children
    immediately.
    The Religious School will com-
    mence Sunday morning, Oct. 1
    at 10 a. m. Children ages 5-14 are
    invited to attend. There will be
    a kindergarten group and a spe-
    cial confirmation group for chil-
    dren 14 years of age.
    Paris (JTA)A representative
    of the recently-formed United
    Representation of French Jews
    arrived here this week from Lyon
    to meet with Jewish leaders in
    Paris in order that a clear picture
    ' of the Jewish situation through-
    out Fiance may be obtained.
    wnfl
    ;.-.-;:;;:;-"'rdteM
    iavo*<
    ***
    * *
    * *
    **
    The Army has been experimenting with "low tempera-
    ture" meat cookingthe same method used in up-to-uate
    hotels, restaurants, hospitals and institutions for several
    yearsand is getting real results.
    A recent three-day conference held at Fort Sheridan
    Illinois, to discuss preparation of Army messes featured
    two demonstrations with roasts.
    The one roasted at 450 degrees weighed 16 pounds 6
    ounces after cooking, while the one roasted at 325 degrees
    weighed 19 pounds 8 ounces. Enough meat was saved
    to provide 4-ounce servings for 12 men.
    Then identical lamb roasts, each weighing 8 pounds
    10 ounces, were used. The roast at 450 degrees shrank to
    5 pounds 6 ounces. The roast done at 325 degrees shrank
    to 6 pounds 2 ounces a saving of 12 ounces in this case.
    , In these da-s of high meat costs and high ration point
    value:, "low temperature""roasting is of especial im-
    portance. Gas equipment, with its accurate controlla-
    bility and extreme flexibility, is particularly adapted ft*
    these results.
    OBIT U A R IE S
    The family of the late Irwin
    Berry have returned to their
    home, 1057 Euclid Aye, Mr. Berry
    passed away in Detroit, Mich.
    on September 4th. Interment was
    in* Chicago. Surviving him was
    his wife, Anna Berry, and daugh-
    ter, Gloria Lee.
    LEGAL NOTICES
    Notice is hereby given that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    buslneaa under the fictitious name of
    JO-ANN SHOP at 39 N. H. 1st St..
    Miami. Florida, Intend to register
    said name In the office of the Cleik
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    UKN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN
    ALBERT A. DORN
    MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Prtnr
    Attorney for Applicants
    9/22-29 IO/6-1X-20
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In,business under the fictitious name
    of HOTEL SHELDON, at 227 7th Kt ,
    Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reg-
    latei Hi. said name v. itji the Clerk
    of the circuit Court of Dade c..,untv.
    Florida.
    MORTI >.V nUUENSTEIN
    RUTH RUBEN8TEIN
    LEON KAPLAN 0Wn*n
    Att<......y for Applii ants
    '.' 22 29 lv/f-13-Zu
    i THE
    t*&!2
    is 12+
    FOR ALL
    COMMERCIAL COOKING
    PEOPLES2lfe^^COMPANY
    Hollywood &
    Miami Beach
    fr Ft. Lauderdale
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    in.- undersigned, desiring to engage
    m business under the fictitious name
    ol II.mils DEPARTMENT STORE
    302 North 2nd Road, South Miami,
    Florida, int. mi to register the sai.i
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    1 .....I of I hide County; Florida
    Moulds y\I'.i >N
    ESTHER A RON
    MYERS & HKI.MAN ''"'""'"'""*
    Attornej for P< tlrlg ll
    9 :':'-::. 10 : 18-20
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HERBBVOIVEN that
    I will Mglstei with
    the ( i.:k ,.r the CfrcuUiCopn In and
    rpr Dade ounty, FWl la, th flctl-
    u name, PONCE SHOE STORE
    '.' 2321 Ppni e i .allies, Florida, unit, i \> hlch I
    engaged in business
    i:\l \.\TKl. SEinERMAN
    MIRIAM SEIUBRMAN
    f-s-i:..2;.2Mifv.i
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Ui- undersigned .,,.- engaged In I
    mess under the fictitloi"
    .mi
    ma-
    name of
    JIMMIES 23RD BT. RESTAURANT
    '}, ;l -' -' Ird sir. ,-t. Miami !: a. ii'
    .,, ................ ..- aili,
    Florida, and Intend to register the
    ai'l fictitious
    to
    name In the ofl i
    he- clerk ..r the Circuit C
    I lade (' ml > Kloi Ida,
    PAI'Ij gbrstman
    \l A RK 'llti iSSil \N
    GEORGE CHERTKOF,
    Atto Vpnlli ai
    9 I I 22 :.. .;
    of
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    FILE 3885
    Notice Id hereby given that Mrs
    M Spli issa, holder ..r Everglades
    ''- I istl let Tax Certificate
    Numbered 1629, dated the 1st daj of
    June, A l> 1942. has filed said l
    tlflcate In mj office, and has made
    : PPH U i i.i\ d<. .I t" issua
    thereoi ... .i., .,, ,. with law
    Said Certificate embraces the follow.
    Ins described property, situated In
    Dade County, Florida, to-.wlt:
    i-ot t, Blk. 12, Comfort Gar-
    den-. :.,.I .\,|,ii. in the .Countv of
    Had., state of Florida.
    Hi.- i.--.--in.-nt of said property
    under Bald Certificate was Issued in
    the .in.- of Anne .1. raw. Agent.
    Fni---- -:,i.i certificate shall i- re-
    deemed Recording to law, tax deed
    will Issue thereon on the 12th da*
    of October. A. I>. 1944,
    Dated this Sth day of'September,
    i: B LEATHERMAN,
    '"Jerk of Cirdult Court.
    Dade 'ounty. Florida
    By N. C STERRETT. D. C
    fCirruit Court Seal)
    9/8-1.-I-22-29 10/6
    IN Tin: COUNTY JUDGE'S coFRT
    IN AND For DADE COUNTT.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 15333
    In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM L.
    BtiZARTH. Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    HavliiK Claims or Demands Against
    Bald Estate:
    You. and each of you. are hereby
    notified and required to present any
    claims and demands which you, or
    either of jim, may have against the
    estate of William l. bozartii
    deceased late of Dade Countv. Flor-
    ida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton.
    County Judge of Dade Countv. and
    file the same in his office in the
    County Courthouse in Dade County,
    Florida, within eight calendar months
    fron the date of the, first publica-
    tion hereof. Said claims or demands
    to contain the legal address of ths
    claimant .and to be sworn to and
    presented as aforesaid, or same will
    he baiTed. See Section 120 of the
    19:t:i Probate Act.
    Date September. A. D. 1944.
    WILLIAM F. BOZARTII.
    As Administrator of the Estate of
    wii.ijam L. bozarth Deceased
    MAX It SILVER
    Attorney for Administrator
    1/8-15-22-29 l/6
    Notice is hereby given that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fietitious name of
    ORANGE BOWL, 23] K. Flagler St.,
    Miami, Florida, intends to register
    the said name in the office of the
    Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Ha.lr
    Countv, Florida.
    H fill MAN SHIFRF.N
    9/l-8-ir,-22-29
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
    the undersigned, desiring, to engage
    In business under the fietitious name
    of DREXEL COFFEE BHOP, MB.
    449 Eapanola Way. Miami Beach,
    Florida. Intends to register the said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    RAB WOOLF
    MYERS A H El MAN
    Attorneys for Petitioner
    9/1-8-1.1-22-29


    PAGE FOUR
    +Jenisii Ikririnr
    I^LJ^rmm 29,
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    P. 0. 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
    ___________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
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    MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1944
    TISHRI 12, 5705
    VOLUME 17 NUMBER 39
    -------------------TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
    JEWISH CIVIC PROTECTION
    The American Jewish community may well be heartened
    by the developments at the second plenary session of the
    National Community Relations Advisory Council. It seems that
    at long last a high degree of collabroation and coordination
    in the field of Jewish civic protection will be achieved by this
    new organization composed of six national groupsthe Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, B'nai
    B'rith and its Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Labor Com-
    mittee, the Jewish War Veterans and the Union of American
    Hebrew Congregationsand the representatives of the eighteen
    largest Jewish communities in the United States.
    The high degree of cooperation pledged by the civic pro-
    tective agencies at the NCRAC sessions is clearly made in a
    five point statement of "aims and objectives." It was agreed
    that the NCRAC will "seek agreement on and formulate pol-
    icies" to which the constituent agencies are expected "to ad-
    here" after adoption, "study, analyze and evaluate the policies
    and activities of the national and local agencies," ascertain
    "problem areas." conduct a continuous inventory" of the proj-
    ects of the agencies, and "serve as a coordinating and clear-
    ance agency for projects to eliminate duplication and conflict
    of activities."
    Within the past weeks three of these major agencies
    demonstrated to our local community their ability and desire
    to work together for the benefit of our Jewish people, the pur-
    pose for which they exist.
    In this way, an effective mechanism has been set up for
    carrying out an intelligently conceived program of civic pro-
    tection in a spirit of high cooperation. It logically follows that
    the NCRAC will grow in prestige and stature, as it will also
    grow in the number of affiliates in the field oi civic protection
    as provided in set of membership criteria adopted.
    The most significant development of all, perhaps, is the
    fact that the NCRAC recognizes its responsibility for reporting
    to the Jewish community the broad principles adopted. This
    was done in a frank press release supplemented by a press
    conference with the officers of the NCRAC to which the editors
    of all Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish newspapers were invited.
    In this respect, a statement issued by David Sher, chair-
    man of the NCRAC, is also illuminating. He expressed optimism
    that the NCRAC will be successful in its efforts towards col-
    laboration and coordination, whereas similar attempts failed
    in the past, because "the organization of the NCRAC provides
    the machinery whereby the mass opinion of a great number
    of communities can be heard. Because of this added element,"
    he said, "we need not wrangle over the legal enforceability
    of the decisions of the organization. We will achieve our aims
    through the power of community opinion rather than through
    sanctions."
    JWB ON CENTERS
    (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
    Post-War Plan for Jewish Cen-
    ters. He emphasized as to what
    the Jewish Centers can do to
    meet social, recreational, spiritual
    and educational needs of youth
    today and how the program of
    youth organizations can be more
    closely related nationally and
    locally.
    Greater Miami representatives
    had a big part in the program of
    the conference. At the working
    session Sunday morning, George
    Chertkof, chairman of the Board
    of the Miami "Y," presided ;it ;i
    session where the development
    in community service was dis-
    cussed. This entailed a broad pic-
    ture of the Jewish CYntrr pro-
    gram, indicating what is happen-
    ing in each community. Topics
    such as philosophy and objectives
    of Jewish Center work, leader-
    ship training, were discussed.
    At the luncheon session on
    Sunday Harry Zuckernick. presi-
    dent of the Miami Beach Y,"
    spoke on the first year of the
    Miami Beach "Y." In his talk,
    Mr. Zuckernick. gave a brief his-
    tory of the formation of the Beach
    "Y' and its problems during the
    year. He emphasized the coopera-
    tion of both "Y's" toward the
    community goal.
    Leo Ackerman, president of the
    Miami "Y," was chairman of a
    nominating committee that pre-
    sented a slate of officers for the
    region. Jules J. Paglin, president
    of the New Orleans "Y." was
    elected president. Vice-presidents
    were elected by the various
    states. In addition, each organ-
    ization in the region is to select
    three members from its organ-
    ization to serve as members of
    the Board of the Regional Or-
    ganization.
    Present from Greater Miami
    were: Mr. and Mrs. George
    Chertkof. Leo Ackerman, Harry
    Zuck.rnick. Jack Marash and
    Maurice Grossman.
    -By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
    YOU SHOULD KNOW
    The current issue of the Gentile News, orqan of A. n
    Cooperative Association, does us the "honor" of r^tlj
    i column ... It describes as "wishful dreamina 'quotin9 ur
    that it is on the downpath This anti-Semitic on 8,a1emew
    that it is anti-Semiticand on the very same doo* SSf en*
    K. Smith's American-Firsters ... And do you k2\?5SS*
    Only Gentile" gentry charge yours truly with' "a,Ule "Buy
    ism. no less Yep, that's what they call opposS",?01*
    democracy ... The whispering campaign aC 15*
    Hull's Jewish wife is in full swing, incidentally, and iff?*?
    K. Smith s anti-Semitic propaganda peddlers who are u,
    ECHOES ... n
    Rember when the French warship Richelieu ...^ ,
    dashed into New York Harbor a couple of years aao S*"**
    a few of her sailors jumped ship in order to fiahl on !*
    French side? Most of them were quickly cauah. if'*
    terned at Ellis Island-^nd. Winchell reminds us ~ L ui*
    Arthur Garfield Hays who conducted their defense aJiTT!
    successfully Anyway, now Mr. Hays has a^Xrfc
    legal representative in this country of the De QqZ
    those
    Face Facts
    By Alexander F. Millir [
    Florida Regional Director I
    Anti Defamat.cn League!
    SISTERHOOD QF
    MEETING AT M. B.
    In the absence of Mrs. Lillian
    G. Mills, president, who was un-
    abli to attend because of illness,
    Mrs. Moses Krieger, chairman of
    the board, presided at a board
    meeting of the Sisterhood of Beth
    Jacob Congregation held last
    week at the home of Rabbi and
    Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, 711 Lenox
    Ave.
    Plans were made for the first
    regular meeting of the Sisterhood
    which will be a joint affair by
    both the Sisterhood and Congre-
    gation members to be held Octo-
    ber 4th in the Community Build-
    ing. A combined Succoss and New
    Year entertainment program will
    be offered. The Sisterhood and
    Congregation members will hold
    separate business meetings after
    which they will join in the Com-
    munity Building.
    Herman Kirshberg, advertising
    and promotional executive, is in
    I large of arrangements for the
    entire affair, including entertain-
    ment and decorations and was a
    guest at the board meeting. As-
    sisting Mr. Kirshberg will be
    Mrs. Harry Genet, refreshment
    chairman and co-chairman Mrs.
    Pauline Grunderg and Mrs. Anne
    Berow. Assisting on the enter-
    tainment committee are Mrs.
    Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Jack
    Hirsch.
    Plans were made for a novel
    musical and dramatic Chanukah
    program to be held at the Miami
    Beach High School the first part
    of December. Mrs. Louis Glass.r
    is program chairman of this af-
    fair.
    It was also agreed to organize a
    Habanoth group, a national youth
    group of girls between the ages
    of 10 and 13, sponsored by the
    Union of Orthodox Congregations
    of America, of which B< th Jaciib
    Congregation is a member. Mrs.
    Fntzi Tannen, former Sunday
    School teacher at Beth Jacob is
    in charge.
    Board memb rs present includ-
    ed Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs.
    Harry Genet. Mrs. Louis Gla i i
    Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mr- Pauline
    Grundwerg. Mrs. Fntzi Tannen,
    Mrs. Rose Hayes, Mis. Maurice
    Mamches. Miss Claire Rosenfeld,
    Mrs Rose Weiss and Mrs. Most s
    Mescholoff.
    FIND BODY OF LATE LIEUT.
    ROLAND SCHINDLER. USNR
    Word has been received here
    from the Navy Department that
    the body of the late Lt. Roland
    Schindler. USNR. victim of the
    explosion at Port Chicago July
    17, has been found and identified
    and will be shipped to Miami for
    burial. Lt. Schindler is survived
    by hfs wife. Mrs. Ruth Schindler
    and son born Aug. 2, of New
    Y.ork~City; his Parents, Mr and
    Mrs. Samuel Schindler, 1425 Mer-
    idian Ave.; two sisters, Mrs. Ed-
    ward Leven and Miss Faye
    Schindler of Miami; and a bro-
    ther, Irvin Schindler of New
    York. Funeral services will fce
    conducted from the Palmer
    Funeral Home. Arrangements are
    incomplete pending arrival of the
    body.
    Rabbi S. H. Baron, of Temole
    Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, an-
    nounces services for Friday eve-
    ning. September 29th at 8 o'clock.
    e .W,H address the worshipers
    on As the Rain and Dew."
    There has occurred in Miami
    during the past few weeks a
    pioneering development that
    spells hope for those of us who
    are anxious to achieve unity in
    the American Jewish Community.
    Three great National Agencies
    joined together with the
    local Federation in a project de-
    signed to ameliorate a situation
    which was causing serious hos-
    tility to the Jews of this area and
    was being translated into animus
    against the Jews in the entire
    country.
    Whether the project itself will
    '" successful and whether, if suc-
    '"'. it will accomplish its pur-
    pose can only be guessed at, at
    this point. Suffice it to sav that
    all of us who are working with
    it will be giving it all we've got.
    Over and above the project it-
    self, however, let us be aware
    that this community is blazing a
    patn which may eventually lead
    "in National Agencies into a
    (loser and more harmonious re-
    lationship.
    It is already apparent that on
    ,!" lOCal level working together
    on a single project has knit the
    Personnel and executive boards
    of the various agencies operating
    in this area more closely together
    ban ever. The project itself has
    ^nTdiff ,mporta?t and iealouS
    and di ferences have disappeared
    when brought to light around a
    conference table. We learned t
    aX'uV.rh olh,r as Individuals
    follnu '"", ""P'Ttant, as
    fellow Jews working towards the
    same objective.
    I am- sure that Stanley Myers
    un vT ,hiS dt""-""t.ony 0
    what e-?nVS,?n '"Nation of
    s i i ? bl' done "" ;i J"'ger
    scale. I, f,- one, will be sitting .
    h|s_corner chcmnKJum_on.
    WANTED
    Young buiinw. woman de*iri
    horn, with refund family. Mi-
    ?m Baach pr.f.rred. Miu
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    in
    government ... Did you catch those newspaper t
    Major-General Erich Eisner surrendering 20,000 of Adolf's fi
    to two American officers, and did you note the friendly 2
    with which he favored one of the Yanks, Lt.-Col. Bemifcl
    isch? Kalisch, however, didn't seem quite as happy as th,
    surrendering Nazicould be he was thinking of all tie fan
    whose murder Eisner must have ordered in France The QZ
    thing captured by Hitler in the past year, observes an Aral
    camp newspaper, was Mussolini. '
    LISTEN HERE .
    Featured at the Museum of Modern Art's show of the an
    work of Russian children are a number of battle scenes wanted
    by nine-year-old Yulik Labas. a Jewish youngster who lived id
    Moscow until he was evacuated during the Nazis' siege of thai
    city Yulik, it seems, listened to war communiques, and then
    painted his conception of the battles described The honor
    of giving Clifford Odets' rather radical playlet, "Waiting for
    Lefty." its premiere in Germany goes to Lt. Lewis Pinlcussok
    American bombardier, who staged it in the Nazi prison camp
    to which he has been confined since early this year ... Dr.
    Joseph Tennenbaum. head of the American Federation of Polish
    Jews, is packing his grips for a visit to Lublin, Poland ... He
    may be accompanied by two more delegates from this country
    . .When the conference of the World Jewish Congress opens
    in New York next November it will be addressed by Under-
    secretary of State Stettinius Among the delegates from
    Britain will be Lady Reading.
    ZIONIST NEWS .
    Even if it is only a brigade that has emerged, the Jewish
    Army idea has triumphed at last Much of the credit belongs
    to the now defunct Committee for a Jewish Army, which carried
    on effective propaganda for this causeuntil the Committee
    became transformed into the Emergency Conference to Save
    European Jews, which many regard as a nuisance organiza-
    tion ... Dr. Nahum Goldmann, now on a visit to Palestine, got
    to Eretz Israel by military plane, in a straight-line trip ... At the
    opening session of the Zionist convention in Atlantic City on
    October 14th Pierre van Paassen will deliver an address on the
    Jewish position in the world scene The Rev. Richard Evans,
    back from a transcontinental tour in the interests of Zionism,
    tells us that American Jewry is more Palestine-conscious than
    ever before The recent squabble in the Zionist Emergency
    Council has been smoothed out, and everything is harmonious
    once more.
    PROFILETTE .
    Orchids to Mrs. Minna Field, to whom goes the credit fa
    the brilliant advances made in the treatment of dementia prae-
    cox patients at the Brooklyn State Hospital Mrs. Field di-
    rects the work of nine psychiatric social workers in the new
    insulin shock therapy She is a Hunter College M.A., and in
    1919 served in the first Hadassah Medical Unit in Palestine...
    Remember her nameMrs. Field is the Sister Kenny of mental
    ills.
    ABOUT PEOPLE .
    You will be glad to know that Bernard M. Baruch is hilly
    recovered and in perfect condition, working a full schedule every
    day ... Congratulations to Benzion Netanyahu, of the New
    Zionist Organization, on his marriage to lovely Cela Segal.
    The groom is the son of the late Palestinian Zionist orator
    MUukofsky, and himself an exceptionally gifted writer ini
    brew and English Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, New York WW,
    head, has been conferring overseas, we hear Daniel van
    Schacht, who has been Henry Montor's assistant in the Unitea
    Jewish Appeal, is going to the Coast, where he will serve as
    director of fund-raising for the Los Angeles Sanatonum
    That promised comeback of former movie mogul William tot
    will probably be in the television field, they say Back WJ
    her overseas entertainment tour is Dinah Shore, who was W
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    sjpAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1944
    +JewistiHorkUan
    PAGE FIVE
    it
    Between You and Me"
    By BORIS SMOLAR
    Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
    HERE AND THERE: The crisis
    the American Zionist Emerg-
    fccv Council, which lasted for
    [bout a month, is past Dr.
    khba Hillel Silver emerged vic-
    arious and withdrew his resign-
    Et on from the Council, after his
    fcmand for coordination of Zion-
    Koolitical activities in Washing-
    Gn was complied with David
    Kern head of the agricultural de-
    partment of the Jewish Agency,
    feturned to New York from an
    Inspection tour of the Jewish set-
    tlement in the Dominican Repub-
    | c with a very favorable report
    He is soon to proceed to Bo-
    livia in connection with projects
    Jcr Jewish settlement there .
    jje does not intend to remain on
    (he American continent for long,
    Kowever, since he is needed in
    Palestine Congratulations to
    Mrs Rose Jacobs, the only wom-
    jn member of the Jewish Agency
    executive Her son, Joshua,
    En officer in the U. S. Army, has
    |uct been awarded the Legion of
    (Merit for bravery and exception-
    Ll services on the fighting front
    loverseas Jewish refugees in
    phis country who are over the
    Idraft age are now anxious to join
    Ithe Jewish Brigade formed by
    [the British Government in order
    |to be among those who will police
    Germany during the early years
    lef Allied occupation And
    Ispeaking of Germany, it can be
    revealed now that it is difficult
    [to exchange certain categories of
    [jews interned in Germany for ci-
    vilian Germans interned in Pales-
    tine and other Allied countries
    I.. The reason is simple: No in-
    Itemed German civilian wants to
    [be sent to Germany now that an
    I Allied victory is certain. _
    SOMETHING TO READ: The
    [problem of "Jewish boy meets
    InonJewish girl" is one of the
    [most delicate problems because
    lef the religious implications in-
    volved Gwethalyn Graham, a
    I new Canadian author, has just
    [written a beautiful novel "Earth
    land High Heaven" on this sub-
    ject which both Jews and Gentiles
    will enjoy reading Published
    by the Lippincott Co., Miss Gra-
    ham s book will give many a
    reader plenty to think about, in
    addition to the pleasure of read-
    ing perhaps the best novel of the
    year ... It is the story of a
    young Jewish lawyer and a
    young non-Jewish girl who fall
    in love with each other ... It is
    the story of a conservative father
    objecting to his daughter's marry-
    ing the person she loves because
    he is a Jew ... It is the old storv
    of anti-Jewish prejudice that has
    stood in the way of many lovers
    . But how charmingly this
    story is told by Miss Graham! .
    With so much warmth and under-
    standing! The girl, Erica, ad-
    mires Marc, her lover, with all
    the passion of a woman deeply in
    love What does she care
    whether he is a Jew or not! ,
    And Marc feels the same about
    Erica Yet Marc is afraid to
    marry her because he believes
    that the marriage will bring to
    the girl he loves misery through
    snubs and insults ... He is draft-
    ed and is about to be sent over-
    seas Will this solve the prob-
    lem? The last week of his
    leave shows that true love over-
    comes the ago-old racial conflict
    . Even Erica's father realizes
    that he had erred Classic as
    a novel of high literary value.
    "Earch and High Heaven" will,
    no doubt, contribute more to bet-
    ter understanding between Jew
    and non-Jew than most of the
    propaganda pamphlets on this
    subject ... It is a book that Jews
    and non-Jews will read with
    equal pleasure and interest .
    And if any of the recent novels
    possess the potentialities of a suc-
    cessful film, Miss Graham's ten-
    der drama of human relationship
    certainly has all the necessary
    qualifications for it.
    MILLIONS TO RECOVER:
    1 Millions of dollars have been
    I spent on bringing Jewish refugees
    ' from Europe to the United States
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    and other countries on the Amer-
    ican continent Most of these
    refugees are now well settled and
    can afford to start repayment of
    the sums spent for their trans-
    portation and maintenance .
    This would enable a more ef-
    fective rehabilitation of Jews in
    the liberated countries, since the
    payments collected from the refu-
    gees would be used for aid to
    Jews impoverished by the Nazis
    . The Hias-Ica alone has a list
    of about 40,000 Jews whom its
    offices helped to leave Europe
    . The transportation costs of
    these Jews reached many millions
    of dollars, and each of the refu-
    gees signed a pledge to refund the
    cost of his transportation when
    he would be in a position to do
    so Millions of dollars have
    also been spent by the National
    Refugee Service in helping re-
    fugees in this country to get on
    their feet ... Not to speak of
    the millions spent by the Joint
    Distribution Committee There
    is no doubt that the larger pro-
    portion of the refugees, especial-
    ly those who have since become
    American citizens, would gladly
    respond to a reminder that the
    time has come for them to repay
    the notes There is also no
    doubt that the money collected
    would help in speeding up the
    Jewish reconstruction work in
    Europe ... In fact, if all the
    promisory notes signed by Jewish
    refugees now in the United States
    and in Latin American countries
    were paid, the total sum would
    reach no small figure.
    Our Film Folk
    By HELEN ZIGMOND
    Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
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    We have it on inside informa-
    tionEve Arden is a "Mogen
    Dovid" maedel. Her real name
    is Siegeland a mighty nice girl
    with a picture future. She has
    an excellent part In "Doughgirls,"
    a laugh riot.
    *
    Debuts: Yehudi Menuhin .
    master of bow will bow cinem-
    atically in the pic called, "Duffy's
    Tavern."
    Arthur Gershwin, younger bro-
    ther of Ira and the late George,
    is launching his musicareer with
    "Invitation to the Blues," on
    which he collaborated.
    *
    The 86-year-old father of Com-
    poser Max Steiner recently
    passed from this scene. Gabor
    Steiner was a famous impresario
    in the Vienna of his day. He was
    decorated by the heads of a num-
    ber of European governments.
    *
    Speaking of heads ... a friend
    of ours has a stamp which she
    believes will be priceless in years
    to come. It's a German issue with
    the fanatical faces of both II Duce
    (remember him?) and Der Furore
    imprinted on the one small
    square.

    Studios has completed Alans to
    shut down completely the)stant
    the wires flash, "Ge>fnany sur-
    renders!" And the vacation cele-
    bration is to continue through all
    of the following day.
    *
    Neatly circumventing the cen-
    sor's pencil, Dinah Shore reveals
    her whereabouts. She writes, "I'm
    in the city that so many songs
    are written about." Answer
    Paris.
    On the subject of "Gay Paree,"
    the most applauded American
    film now being viewed by the
    liberated French is the reissue
    (now old) of Charlie Chaplin's
    "The Gold Rush."
    Oo, la, la! Gertrude Lawrence,
    while in France lost no time
    ordering herself a Parisiennc
    wardrobe.
    *
    Edward Robinson recently re-
    turned from France brought
    back some German guns as sou-
    venirs. He found the boys liked
    straight acting ... he entertained
    with exeerpts from his pictures
    . did three to six shows a day,
    and came quite close to the front
    lines.

    Eating luncheon with a friend.
    Gertrude Berg was heard describ-
    ing the book of short stories she
    is writing. In passing she men-
    tioned that she was as yet with-
    out a title. Expanding in confid-
    ences, she went on to say how
    she loves to meet people.
    "People are my bread and but-
    ter." Suddenly she exclaimed,
    "Eureka! That's it! That's the title
    for my book." And that is how
    titles are born.
    *
    What have we here? Harry
    Green wearied with years
    as a Jewish comic blossoms
    out in Yiddish tragedy. He has re-
    turned to show business behind
    footlights instead of klieges .
    producing and starring in a
    Broadway play, "The Day Will
    Come."

    Mark Hellinger, relating his
    South Pacific experiences to a
    properly awed audience, was tell-
    ing how it feels to be in a bomber
    just as it skims over the target
    "Hm-m-," interrupted a kibitzer,
    "what did you thing of just
    then?" "I was thnking what
    would Winchell say if he could
    see me," was the withering reply.

    Gregory Ratoff agonizes with
    his actors suffers with them
    and for them until he gets the
    desired tempo. One day he was
    sweating vodka over a death
    scene. His star actress just
    couldn't get the right mood.
    "Blease blease," he pleaded,
    "dot's all wrong. Try again. Put
    more life in your dying!"

    Head in the Holly woods:
    Ricardo Cortez won a rhumba
    contest at the Orpheum. David
    Selznick's fifty-year-old uncle has
    given his fourteenth pint of blood
    and still has strength left over
    to belong to the Coast Guard Re-
    serves. Billy Gilbert wheezes:
    "Just one more battle and it will
    be called the Jap-on-knees
    Navy!"
    FOR THEM THE WAR IS OVER.
    DR. SEYMOUR G. SCHNEIDER
    OPTOMETRIST
    Announces the Opening of
    his offices at
    1147 WASHINGTON AVENUE
    Office Hours: 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
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    PAGE SIX
    * Jewish flcridiar}
    ra^AY. SEPTEMBER
    CLOTHING i DESTITUTE
    United Nations Relief and RehabUitation Administration is
    staging an emergency collection ol clothing. Beginning Monday,
    the religious communities of America, representing all faiths and
    creeds, will attempt to collect, through churches, parishes and
    synagogues. 15,000.000 pounds of clothing.
    All the clothing collected will be distributed free of cost to
    needy persons in war-torn areas of Europe through UNRRA, and
    all shipping and distribution costs after the delivery to local
    freight depots also will be paid by UNRRA.
    "Bring all the clothing you can contribute to your church,
    parish or synagogue," UNRRA urges, "or to the one nearest your
    home, if you are not a church member."
    All types of useful wearable garments are needed, whether
    for winter or summer wear. Although the clothing need not be in
    perfect repair, it must be useful to the people who will receive it.
    Shoes and evening dresses, UNRRA advises, should not be
    contributed.
    Underclothing and ( invfypes of cotton garments should be
    washed before they arvmtJOatecL but they need not be ironed.
    Special appeals have been made for infants' garments, particu-
    larly knit goods, overcoats, shirts, all types of work clothes,
    underwear, rcbes and pajamas for men and boys, coats, jackets,
    skirts, dresses, smocks and nightwear for girls and women and
    bedding of all kinds.
    The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
    Composed oi all rabbis of Greater Miami, urges that you take heed of this emergency call for clothing, so sorely needed
    to clothe the nakedness of the refugees and homeless of war-torn Europe. Our country has seen fit to sponsor this call
    for clothing, and our urgent plea to you. our fellow worshippers and members of our community, is to see that it does
    not go unanswered. We are now in the midst of our High Holy Days. Their exemplification can be concretely accom-
    plished by your contributions of useful wearables to the unfortunates. But for the grace of God are we here and they
    there!
    DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, President
    Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
    Take All Your Useful Wearable Garments to
    Any House of Worship in Greater Miami
    For Additional Information Telephone 2-1141
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    AY SEPTEMBER 29, 1944
    *JewislMariettagi
    PAGE SEVEN
    iTEH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported bv Grer Mi~! t ^ u r j "~-----------------------------------
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    SERVICE
    PARADE!
    u-nrd has been received that
    la Irving Goldman, now sta-
    Bcd somewhere in France has
    Ki promoted to the rank of
    fcopant Set. Goldman s wife and
    PJeSde at 1500S. W. 16th Ave.
    . Stanley Warren Platkin. ARM
    IrSTofMr. and Mrs. Edward
    platkin. 1612 Meridian Ave
    tomi Beach, has arrived at Mof-
    Wt field. Call where he will
    jomplete his -.raining and await
    [jsignment overseas.
    Corp. William A. Schlesinger.
    Inn of Arthur Schlesinger, of 1749
    fc E Second Ave., and Pvt Jack
    Lung, son of Mrs. Clara Young.
    E 422 N. Miami Ave., were listed
    \ wounded by the war depart-
    ment. ^^^
    Word has been received here
    hom the war department that
    pr i Walter Silver, son of Mrs.
    *,ra Silver. 541 13th St.. has
    een wounded in action in the
    European area.
    JCAN JEWS TO BE OF
    TO NEEDY BRETHREN
    . Chicago (JTA)Liberation of
    Dews in Europe by the Allied
    krmies will multiply opportuni-
    ties for American Jews to be of
    Service to their needy European
    brethren. Henry Morgentahu, Jr.,
    Secretary of the Treasury, stated
    -his week addressing a meeting
    bf the Jewish Welfare Fund of
    Chicago, attended by more than
    persons.
    A BEST investmentA United
    States War Bond. Buy often.
    KILLED IN ACTION
    fc',Leonard Bernth. 19, US
    MC. of Detroit, Mich. On Bou-
    gainville.
    Lt. Robert I. Block, 23, of Chi-
    cago. On New Guinea. He was
    a navigator on a Liberator bomb-
    er.
    Staff Sgt. Sam Levine. 27, of
    Brooklyn. Holder of the Silver
    Star for bravery at Troina, Sicily,
    he was killed at Cherbourg last
    month, participating in the battle
    of Normandy.
    Sgt. Boris R. Salimsky. 22, of
    New York City. An airman, he
    lost his life in the invasion of
    Normandy on D-Day. Sgt. Salim-
    sky's brother and sister are in
    service.
    Sgt. Herman S. Simon, 32, of
    New York City. In Italy, when
    enemy shells struck his dugout.
    Purple Heart.
    Staff Sgt Harry Bear. 23. of
    Philadelphia. Over Europe, when
    his bomber went down. He was
    engineer-gunner.
    Pvt. Jerome J. Bernstein. 25, of
    Newark, N. J. In France, while
    clearing a mine field to permit
    American troops to continue their
    advance. Purple Heart.
    DECORATIONS
    Lieut. Lawrence B. Waller-
    stein. 25, of St. Louis, Mo., pilot
    of a Flying Fortress, holds the
    Distinguished Flying Cross, the
    Air Medal, and three Oakleaf
    Clusters. After one raid on Ber-
    lin, his plane suffered two dis-
    abled engines and the windshield
    was so badly oil-smudged that
    he had to fly blind, but he
    brought his craft bacK to its base
    in England.
    FORCES OBSERVE HOLIDAY
    EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
    M.B. CENTER HOLD MEETING
    Paris (JTA)Jewish members
    of the U. S. armed forces held
    Rosh Hashonah services "almost
    within Germany" with Chaplain
    Herman Dicker of New York, a
    German refugee who received his
    rabbinical training in the pro-
    Nazi Reich, officiating.
    Short prayers were also deliv-
    ered during the two days of Rosh
    Hashonah at all advanced posi-
    tions on the fronts in France,
    Belgium and Holland wherever
    Jewish servicemen were able to
    form a "minyan."
    Lieut. Sol Folinsky. 24, of
    Cleveland, O., recipient of the
    Distinguished Flying Cross, the
    Air Medal, and three Oakleaf
    Clusters, is one of three brothers
    in service, the other two being
    Coast Guardsmen. Lt. Folinsky is
    a bombardier and gunner, serv-
    ing in the European theatre.
    DEMAND DEPORTATION OF
    ALL REUFUGEES AFTER WAR
    Capt David E. Tavel. 24, of
    Indianapolis, Ind., a Liberator
    bomber .pilot, has been awarded
    the Distinguished Flying Cross,
    the Air Medal, and an Oakleaf
    Cluster. Capt. Tavel has partici-
    pated in repeated aerial attacks
    on Ploesti, Vienna, Toulon, and
    other Nazi targets.
    Capt. IrTin Bloom. 25, of Kan-
    kakee, 111. In France. He was
    commander of a glider infantry
    unit.
    The Greater Miami Army-
    Nary 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 il
    requested. Make it possible
    for everyone to know where
    our servicefolk are, what
    they are seeing and doing.
    Capt. Bernard M. Chayes, 29,
    of Chicago. In China, when his
    plane crashed. He was a radar
    man.
    Master Sgt. Albert E. Dan0vitz,
    27, of Philadelphia. In China.
    Their Mitchell bomber, complet-
    ing a sweep against the Japanese,
    and damaged by Jap fire, crashed
    into a mountain and all aboard
    were killed. Purple Heart.
    Sgt. Irving Shure. 23, of Brook-
    lyn, has been posthumously
    awarded the Silver Star. "During
    a bitterly contested engagement
    with the enemy," his citation says
    "he courageously proceeded over
    terrain swept by hostile machine
    gun fire and carried his injured
    platoon leader to a place of safe-
    ty where first aid could be ad-
    ministered." Sgt. Shure's "gal-
    lant achievement" was attained
    at the cost of his life.
    Chicago (JTA)The deporta-
    tion of all refugees from the
    United States immediately after
    the war was demanded in a re-
    solution adopted here at the an-
    nual convention of the American
    Legion. Another resolution adopt-
    ed urged that "all immigrants be
    barred from the U. S. from the
    date of cessation of hostilities of
    the present war until such time
    as unemployment in this country
    shall drop to less than 1.000,000
    and all veterans shall have been
    afforded the opportunity of gain-
    ful employment."
    A meeting of the executive
    committee of the Sisterhood of
    the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
    was held at the home of the new-
    ly elected president, Mrs. Joseph
    Rose, 1400 Lenox Ave., Sunday
    morning. In the absence of the
    president the very well attended
    meeting was presided over by
    Mrs. M. Levin. Chairmen for the
    various committees were appoint-
    ed, and plans for the coming year
    formulated.
    The committee for arrange-
    ments, announced the first event
    of the year to be the Installation
    of Officers, to be held in the form
    of a luncheon, on Monday, Oct.
    23rd, at 12:30, in the Center. In
    charge of reservations, are Mrs.
    N. Hankoff, and Mrs. Joseph Rose,
    who urge early reservations.
    PHARMACISTS OF FLORIDA
    TO MEET NEXT IN MIAMI
    DRAMATICALLY EMPHASIZE
    JEWISH TRAGEDY IN PARIS
    Paris (JTA)The extent of the
    tragedy which has befallen the
    Jews in Paris was dramatically
    emphasized here on Rosh Hashon-
    ah during the portion of the syn-
    agogue services when the pray-
    ers for the dead were recited.
    Almost every Jew of the 25,-
    000 who survived the German
    terror grimly recited Kaddish,
    since there is not a single Jewish
    family in Paris today which has
    no dead. The Rosh Hashonah
    services were held in six of the
    larger Pari6 synagogues and in
    a number of tiny court-yard syn-
    agogues.
    At a recent meeting in Talla-
    hassee of the Florida State Phar-
    maceutical Association, the City
    of Miami was voted as the next
    convention meeting place. George
    O. Taylor, chairman, and Philip
    Steir, vice-chairman, were ap-
    pointed on the convention com-
    mittee as representatives of the
    Southeastern Florida Pharma-
    ceutical Association to aid in nec-
    essary arrangements.
    The organization is now cam-
    paigning for state legislation to
    limit sales of vitamins to drug
    stores. Dr. Russell A. Williams,
    229 S. W. 19th Road, Miami, was
    awarded a life-time membership
    to the SEPA for services rendered
    to pharmacies and pharmacists in
    Florida. The award was approved
    by the September session of the
    group.
    WARBURG RESIDENCE TO BE
    JEWISH CULTURE
    Lt. Joseph Doerfler, 22, of New
    York City, wears the Distinguish-
    ed Flying Cross, the Air Medal,
    and three Oakleaf Clusters. Pilot
    New York (JTA)Plans have
    been filed with the Department
    of Housing and Buildings here
    for conversion of the former home
    London (JTA)British Jews
    may send a representative to the
    United States and Canada to con-
    fer with Jewish leaders there on
    the problem of coordination of
    post-war relief for Jews in Eu-
    rope and forming a single unified
    body to represent the interests of
    Jews in connection with all post-
    war questions, it was indicated
    MUSEUM here at a meeting of the Board
    of Deputies of British Jews.
    of a heavy bomber, Lt. Doerfler i of the late Felix Warburg into a
    Lieut Irwin Dobrow, 23, of
    Teaneck, N. J. While on a bomb-
    ing mission against the Nazis.
    Staff Sgt. Philip Griebler. 29,
    of Baltimore, Md. On French
    beach, going in with first assault
    wave on D-Day.
    hill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
    Navy Committee, do P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
    Name___________
    Home Addres3__
    Serial No-
    Birth Date____
    'Street City
    ....Birthplace-
    State
    Civilian Occupation...
    Date Entry
    In Service__________
    City State
    Marital Status----------
    Eate
    i
    Branch of Service_____________
    Full name of nearest kin_____
    Relationship_________Address.
    Information Transmitted by.__
    Telephone number____________
    ischarged.....------
    Rank or Rating-
    museum of Jewish culture. About
    4,000 historical and cultural ob-
    jects will be transferred to the
    building from the Jewish Theo-
    logical Seminary to which the
    Warburg home was given earlier
    this year by Mrs. Frieda Schiff
    Warburg.
    SENATE APPROVES BILL FOR
    PERMANENT COMMISSION
    been in service two years.
    has completed 25 missions over
    Germany and France.
    Capt. Morris B. Chapman, 35,
    of Merrick, N. Y., Army Chap-
    lain Corps, has received a Com-
    mendation, in recognition of his
    "exceptionally, outstanding serv-
    ices in performance of a task
    vitally important to the war ef-
    fort in this (Pacific) theatre."
    Capt. Chapman, a graduate of
    Columbia University and the [ Washington (JTA)The Senate
    Jewish Theological Seminary, has | Education and Labor Committee
    this week approved a bill to es-
    tablish a Permanent Fair Em-
    ployment Practice Commission.
    The bill will not be brought up
    on the Senate floor before Con-
    gress reconvenes after the elec-
    tions, Senator Dennis Chavez,
    New Mexico Democrat, who in-
    troduced the bill, told the Jewish
    Telegraphic Agency.
    A special subcommittee headed
    by Chavez held hearings on the
    measure for five days at the end
    of August and the beginning of
    September, and passed on a favor,
    able report to the full committee
    this week.
    GREETINGS
    Arnold Rotto and Flo Rotto
    HOUSE OF MURPHY
    Alterations for Service Men
    162 W. Flagler St.
    Miami
    Lieut. Lester R. Raphael, of
    Evansville, Ind., pilot of a Lib-
    erator bomber serving in the
    European area, holds the Distin-
    guished Flying Cross.
    Lieut. Martin Zarin, 22, of Fres-
    no, Cal., a Flying Fortress bomb-
    ardier with the 8th Army Air
    Force in England, has been decor-
    ated with the Air Medal and
    three Oakleaf Clusters. He is a
    veteran of at least a score of
    aerial missions.
    K&!p tH4fl iyfl tfcrUA
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    ONETjDAY
    TA M I N SL TABLE
    Sgt. Harry Schuman, 26. of I
    New York City, wounded in ac-1 United States War Bonds are
    tion against the Nazis in ground j still the best investment.________
    fighting, wears the Silver Star
    for "gallantry in combat." He also
    holds the Purple Heart.
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    the Co-Operation of
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    PAGE EIGHT
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    I^^aIlSeptember
    29,
    B'NAI B'RITH
    NOTES
    -by-
    MARX FEINBERG
    In The Synagogues SURVEY OF Mil
    Of Greater Miami
    I just received a call from
    Freddie Shochet concerning a
    letter he received from Alex Mil-
    ler in the A. D. L. office. Brother
    Miller called to the attention of
    the Floridian the fact that the
    Women's Auxiliary had been do-
    ing a tremendous job with the
    Redistribution Center at the
    Beach and have been receiving
    very little recognition therefore.
    A letter was enclosed received
    from Capt. Clarence Chaffee in
    which Capt. Chaffee expressed
    sincere thanks and gratitude to
    the B'Nui B'Rith and particularly
    to the auxiliary for their efforts
    on behalf of returnees. The ladies
    have been baking cookies and
    furnishing reading material for
    the boys every week and the let-
    ter commended this activity add-
    ing that it was a touch of home
    which the boys sincerely needed.
    I explained to Mr. Shochet that
    the reason these activities did
    not receive publicity was due to
    the fact that no one saw lit to
    report the activities either to the
    paper or to your writer. I again I
    say that it is most difficult to
    accumulate material for B'Nai
    B'Rith news when none of the
    members nor the active commit-
    tee heads deem it necessary or
    expedient to advise US ol their
    activities.
    An item very necessary to be
    brought to the attention of the
    membership is the fact that Bro-
    ther Sol Goldstrom, one of our
    most beloved members and also
    one of our most active, is very id
    at his home on Miami Beach. I
    Greater Miami Jewrj will com luda
    ! the Penitential I'erlod <
  • i'" ''
    1 nei vlcei thli week) ml nd D*l
    Atonement services Tuesdaj evenini
    and Wednesdaj In all Miami hounea
    of ivornhin Special servlci roi nei \ -
    i,. men will be held by chaplain* in
    this bi ea.
    Services announced throtuth Qreatei
    1 Miami Rabblnb al Araoclatlon ;"
    CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
    |301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox
    I Services will !> held Friday evenlnK
    nl i, i, and Saturdaj moi nlnB al
    Shalosh S) udiw nl 6 l.'i Saturday.
    R,ibbi Moses Mescheloff will weacn
    on "Hear, < >h BBrth Hu( i sen li es
    will be held Sundaj and Monday i
    nlnpts o 6 13 and Mondas and rues-
    r|i\ mornings :il m Cantor Maur-
    ice Mamches !il chanl the services
    Kalibl Mi si heloff will preach on A
    Mm in .i iiui r..... M.....Ia> moi nlna,
    "Fruits of Faith" Tuewlas mornlne
    Klddush and refreshments "ill be
    t-rveil in Hi- community Succoi aftei
    ..nil pervlci
    BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
    ; Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
    l-'ilil.iv evening services m 7:13 Sat-
    urday morning al s 8fl Su.....ervlces
    , Suiula) evening .ii 7 |i m Monda\
    and Tuesdiiy, Rabbi Max Shaoiro will
    . I discuss "I'laiiniiiR fi the Future."
    we only nave the addresses <>t wrvicen to be followed by n Kidduah
    approximately 59. It is urgently ""' succos adjoining the
    caJIed........*..................i... .'. Isterhi
    do not say it is a duty because
    I know that when this news is
    brought to you you will be com-
    pelled by your regard and respect
    tor Brother Goldstrom to visit
    him at this time. To" Brother Sol,
    we send our sincere and heart-
    felt wishes for a speedy recovery
    with the feeling that a heart as
    generous as his will always be
    with us.
    At the last meeting of the
    Lodge it was unanimously moved
    and carried that the Lodge ap-
    propriate S200 for presenting
    Chanukah gifts to members in the
    armed services. A recapitulation
    indicates that of our membership
    121 are m the active service, The
    records also indicate that ol these
    BEGH ON OCT. 15
    (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
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    to your attention that if
    you know ol a member in the
    ; armed services that you mimcd-
    aiely call in his address to the
    B'Nai B'Rith office at once
    3-6306. Tins is most important be-
    cause mailing ol these presents
    must be done by October 15th in
    order to reach then destination
    during the Chanukah period. f
    Please do not read this over and
    forget it. but immediately make
    the necessary call. Brother Sam
    Goldman ol Gull Drug Sales ol
    this city has been lending In-
    valuable assistance to the com-
    mittee in charge and is entitled
    to receive the thanks of the
    Lodge for his splendid work. Bro-
    ther President Friedman is the
    chairman ol this committee and.
    as. usually, is sparing no efforts
    so that this project may be a
    success. Brothei Friedman also
    advised me that under his direc-
    tion news letters concerning
    members of the organization and
    the activities are being prepared
    each month and mailed to each
    ol our brothers in the service.
    This is being done due to the at-
    tention called to the country as a
    whole that one of the major com-
    plaints of the men m service is
    that they hear little news con-
    cerning their friends and organ-
    izations at home.
    At the last meeting a commit-
    tee was appointed by the chair
    tu investigate certain discordant
    rumors concerning Hillel. I have
    been advised that a meeting ol
    the Hillel Advisory Council has
    enlivened which was very
    lengthy and hotly debated. The
    fact-finding committee appointed
    by the chair will report at the
    next meeting a complete state-
    ment of the issues involved and
    it is very important that each
    membei be present. The meeting
    will be held at the Miami Beach
    "Y" the second Tuesday in Oc-
    tober.
    l extend* .. .....I il
    InvltAtlon t" ill member* mil friend*.
    Cantor Abraham Friedman will of-
    li. i Hi .,ii.| l:..l.l.i Max Shapiro will
    conduct
    BETH SHOLEMXENTER. Conserv-
    ative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
    l'Yhl:i\ evening Nervlren .ii v i an
    lines Khabni will follow the ner>
    Rabbi Leon Kronish will lirrach W
    niori topic will lie "How Shall W e
    ISieel \ I lay?" SahliH i li moi.....I ;it
    ' in s1111 I:i \ evening rtuci'on
    N'Vleei 11 R;| -.i in,>n topic will be
    "Whnl Kind ..i Mai vi nl Shall H i
    '"; the 8ucr will i open aftei
    tin- -iiur. -. Monday .mil Teimda>
    moi mm: Sui con wrvli .- al i" .i m
    MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM
    MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.
    Conservative kYirtaj evening Kabalai
    SIihIiIhh 7 ill |i m Kattirdat morning
    wrvlre* il 9 I m Rabbi irvinq Lehr.
    man will prearh on the weekl) portion
    nl tii. i;iw KervlceM Sunday evening
    7 |i m Monda> i.....ning Ralibl l^ehi
    ".in will preach mi "Kymboln Thai
    i i Tuexda i nun nlng'h topic will
    be " Em.innel Barkan will chaill KlddUBh
    will I,, nerved hi the SuccOk by 'In
    *l ,,,,i.....I after each wrvlre. Bvenlng
    mmv i .in- :,i 7 ,, in and nunning
    -i i lcen .ii .i in a Surroth pai i \ '
    will he given tin Midi, ii of the n -
    IIrIouh Kchool w.iIh.-v.i.m afternoon,
    ......I- i lib. .ii i p in
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E 19th i
    St. Reform. Services conducted l>\
    Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sabbath eve
    -iii'.-s I'nd.n evenlnK, s. pi 28th.
    ; > i; "1 .-,., ,,,,, "What In the
    lllble > ik..- k. i-i ,.i Boothfi Sunda
    evening, I tobi r Int. R:1S p m s.r-
    ".'"", rt< (oh e in Kverythlng Thai I-
    .......i M.....in\ mi..i nlnit. i'. I..I
    2nd. mil. n ., mi Sermon: Paul
    rreiu mi .Hid I'mure Kukoi
    MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
    GREGATION. 590 S. W 17th Ave.
    Orthodox. Prldaj eyenina Kervlrei il
    I"'>> Saturda> innrina .ii : Sur-
    ; M-rvlrei siimi.n evenlna al 7.
    Mommj nnd Tuewdio inornlnRn a) :
    N ecenl on will follow in the Surroh
    mi eiii-h da> s. i,.,.,,, i /., ,i..|, Ta|, ,
    M il. have nei x lce Ki ldn>
    Inn .ii 7 Saturda> mornliiK, .n
    i m Rabbi Apri
    will be "Aftei Klppui Sun i
    lcen Sunda \ yen Ini al
    ''' iih.i n'liu: .il '"
    with Rabbi
    i-ii Thank
    ,.\ -
    . i 'ona
    M topic
    ~. i \
    o'clwk M'.'i
    ml,in. ,1 nei viced
    Simon April's topic: "Jim -
    Ivlna Tuedu> inonilna
    k. Rabbi Vprll'ti
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    (Thin roi urn ii Ih ronduited bv the
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    the eommunlbr of >or ortmnlsstlon's
    activltieH and to avoid oonfllctl In
    Phone :t r. 411 and auk for
    ommunlty Calendar." NotKlcsu in
    hwleriition no later than
    ruemiay for publication that
    uatt'H,
    must ptach
    we.-k )
    Sat.. Sept. 30th "
    Bnai B'nth Girls' DanceMi-
    ami Woman's Club, 9: p. ,n
    Tues.. Oct. 3rd
    Temple Israel Board meetinK,
    -.Temple Israel, 8 p. ni.
    Wed.. Oct. 4th
    Joint Sisterhood and Conereea
    Uon Membership Succa Party
    f i ',l'('!i; Nat,nal Council
    i J,Tih Womi,n. Atlantis Ho-
    tel, 12:30 p. m.; Workmen's Cir-
    cle Branch No. 692, regular
    meeting, 8:30 p. m.; yeshivah
    Sub-Committee, Federation of-
    fice, 8 p. in.
    Thurs.. Oct. 5th
    Servicemen's Needs Committee
    Meeting, Federation office, a
    _ Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
    TJK THIJ
    CORAL GABLES
    certain the number of Jewish resi-
    dents Ihio and their affiliations,
    children and their activities, war
    records and participation in addi-
    tion to other pertinent data.
    The Bureau of War Records of
    the Jewish Welfare Board is com-
    piling and making available to
    the public a permanent record of
    servicemen of the Jewish faith
    who are taking part in World
    War II.
    Figures recently released by the
    Bureau indicate that nearly 500,-
    00(1 Jews now are serving in the
    United States armed forces.
    The Bureau combs all official
    government lists of casualties and
    awards tor names which sourff
    as il they might belong to Jewish
    servicemen. Careful and pain-
    staking authentication is the next
    step, under the direction of the
    Hunan's supervisory Technical
    Committee.
    A staff of statisticians is head-
    ed by Dr. Samuel C. Kohs. psy-
    chologist and inventor of the
    Army's block intelligence test."
    After the 1^^
    Jew.sh participation ?"^l
    noy.ngly htcaCS J?H
    comprehensive rL ciUrate
    been kept The rTs hal
    Record throuoh ^urea" of

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    n the:
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    PubUc's hands; "S'
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    Mrs. Seidel and infant baby, of
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    First Lt. Seymor Seidcr.
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