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The Jewish Floridian ( October 6, 1944 )

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Jjil^islbJEIIiDipidliiQUP />^?^-T H E JEWISH UNlfTl ami THE JEWIS H WEE MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS TO 1ESTINE IS VOID New York (JTA)—The Ameri.„ jcw^li Conference this week hareed the Palestine Adminisation with "hoarding" immigralon certificates for Palestine. virtually terminating Jewhulmmigration into that eounThc charge was made in a memorandum submitted to Lord galifax British Ambassador in Pashingtmi. which stated that L-hile tin i. are still about 14.000 nused certificates available unler the terms of the White Paper, Palestine Government has ulcd that it will reserve these fcmaining certificates, with very except inns, exclusively for lews in Axis-occupied territories, hus denving them to Jews in (berated countries. The memornduin used that the Palestine ertificates be made available for lews wherever they are. EMTING FDR; IBERATED JEWS [ CANVASS UNCOVERS A NUMBER O F HOMES FOR M.B. SERVICE MEN Canvassing by volunteers Wednesday uncovered approximately 150 apartments which are expectled to he rented t<> servicemen stationed at Miami Beach and their families. Sam H. Becker, servicemen's housing chairman. stated. "In addition to the 150 apartments found, many landlords promised to lease to us each vacancy as it occurs," Becker said. He added that the survey established that servicemen and their families already occupy 40 per cent of all Miami Beach rented apartments. Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing corporation, organized on a non-profit basis with a $50,000 fund at its disposal, will lease apartments directly from landlords, then sub-lease them to service personnel. Nationwide collection of used clothing to be distributed to liberated countries of Europe will continues this week in Greater Miami, under sponsorship of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. More than 15,000,000 pounds of clothing is needed, UNRRA officials said, before another cold European winter sets in. Collection depots have been set up in most of the churches and synagogues in Miami. Boxes of clothing can also be sent to the U. S. Treasury Procurement Division, in care of Mason Packing Co.. Mullins, S. C, express collect. HITLER PERSECUTIONS BEYOND ALL BELIEF IS SEEN BY RELIEF MEN REPORT CHIEF RABBI IS STILL ALIVE IN FRANCE j London UTA)—The Jewish uency for Palestine is nejjotiJtinE with Allied authorities on be question of emigration of Ws in liberated European counties who wish to go to Palesne. Mush.' Shertok. head of the plitical section of the Agency. evealed, addressing a meeting of heUnitcd Palestine Appeal. I The Jewish Agency office here |as received a cable from its exUtive in Jerusalem stating that is prepai mg aid for the Jews liberated Poland, especially Lublin and Bialvstock regions response to the appeal revived from Dr. Emil Sommerein, Jewish member of the PolLiberation Committee. lAt a press conference. Mr. hertok explained the procedure ft recruitment for the Jewish fiftade anud emphasized that le recruitment is open to nonWestine Jews. Applications of push Jews, he said, are to be kbm be [plicantrfrom'the'ir'present ocl flst month, IPations as far as this is comftible with t|, L war effort. Marseille (WNS)—Chief Rabbi Usaye Schwartz of Fiance, who was believed to have been dcI ported and killed by the Germans in 1943, is alive, it was reported here from I.yon. The sixty-year-old rabbi reurned to I.yon last week from a mountain hiding place where he eluded the Gestapo for more j than eight months. In ill health | even before he was seized bv the i Germans. Rabbi Schwartz was reported to have arrived in I.yon in a complete state of exhaustion. I When he identified himself, Jewish leaders who knew him for many year.-,, could hardly reeognIze him both because of his rag-1 ged appearance and because he | had shaved his beard off while I he was a fugitive. START ON OCT. 15 New York (JTA)—The Hitler policy of persecution and extermination of the Jews of Europe has reached such a critical stage that 'emergencies on a scale staggering the imagination" will unfold when relief workers enter the liberated countries of Europe on the heels of the victorious United Nations' armies. Dr. Joseoh J. Schwartz, European chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, predicted during the course of a report before 2.000 leaders in Jewish life at the Hotel Astor. "It will be the kind of emergency that will not wait for the formulation and carrying out of carefully laid plans," Dr. Schwatz said. "J am not convinced that the time has already come or will arrive in the very near future when we will be freed of the necessity of acting on an emergency basis." Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, co-chairmen of the Enumerator's Division of the Population Survey, announce a JEWISH RED ARMYMEN IN BULGARIA ATTEND YOM KIPPUR SERVICES is f IN JE Jerusalem (JTA)—A new outbreak of violence by Jewish terrorists—signalled by a simultaneous attack on four police stations on midnight Wednesday—is causing great concern among Palestine Jews. The raids were the most serious MKI SBkh'^O? I act of 5fl^H&£ which will apply to the Minon the Werffomei S&SEl I of Labor for release of the miss loner & H.MOM M acM.cnac. "cants from their present oclast month. "J^ygg Jgg, iyoasas far as this is comPread .m e la t March whe^ PPEAL TO JEWS TO spread since last March police stations in Haifa, and Jerusalem were blasted. There have been only sporadic BE $10,000,000 TO BE;n!on1h" a "ndudmg t a 'ra^bV t .an armed band on the central stat on of the Palestine Broadcasting ^Wednesday nights raids two constables were killed in battled with the attackers-believed to be members of the Irgun Zvai Leum,-and an Arabjnd an >ED TO BUY LAND Jwusalem (JTA)—An appeal to e Jews in democratic countries pise S10.0OO.OOO within a vear F redemption of land in Palesr as issued here by the JewIIK V" nul Fund a t >ts "Voice | the Land" conference, held at nebrew University on the Sofia (JTA) — Jewish Red Armymen stationed in Bulgaria attended Yum Kippur services in meeting of all the workers on the the Sofia synagogue to pray for Population Survey for Wcdnesheir fa len re | ativt s and otri er day October \l at 2 p m. at.TernJ( ws murdorcd by tnc Germans pie Israel 13< N. E. 9th St.. Mi! m th(? ukraino and Byelorussia ami. At tins time, workersi will du rin the occupation. receive final instructions and will _*j-t.-, he Riven actual demonstrations on .. Arranecments for the par cipahow the interviews should be i tmn of Russian Jewish soldiers Hi Sied out The^nLrs'kiis w-iU local Yom Kippur services were be demonstrated a, that time. made^ Bfjfyb Consistory The population survey to sur-; %  durinR t he Rosh Hashanah servvey the Jewish community ol, jces hc syna fcoKues were crowdGreater Miami will start Oct. i pd with Russian so idiers and of15th and last until the 22nd. ficers. The Bulgarian Jews feel M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman ot warm]y towards t h c Russians the Population Survey Planning since the cntrancc 0 f the Red Committee states that the office I Army mt() Bulgaria led to the force, with the loyal help of many comp i Pte liberation of the Jewvolunteers, is carrying on its isn popu i a tion. work in preparing family inter-1 view schedules for every Jewish family in Greater Miami. The j office volunteers have been head-, ed bv Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. | chairman of the Office Volunteer Committee. The project is under the sponsorship of the Federation n. cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Board. Major, captains and lieutenants of the volunteer survey force in elude: ,, Mrs. Etta LeVine. major: Mrs. Sam Silver. Mrs. Ann Pastroff. Mrs. Joel Belov. Mrs. Carl Susskmd Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. L Glasser, captains; lieutenants named to date are: Mrs. M. Friedman. Mrs. Nat Kramer, Mrs Sidney Stcpkin. Mrs. Sam Schatzman, Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs. Helen Bloom. Mrs. Al Weiss. Mrs. Kotkin. Mrs. J. Feldesman. Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Etta Karp, Mrs. Lillian Friedman. Mrs. Isadorc Cohen. Mrs. Sam Miller. Mrs. Lucille Davis Mrs. John Gross. Mrs. Charles Lippow. Mrs. Theodore Firestone Mrs. Sa.1 Booxbaum. Mrs. Dan Lcvine Mrs. Bernstein. Mrs. Maurice Alper Mrs. Ed Greenwood. Mrs David Washer. Mrs. Rebbeca Hey man Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs. Edna Plot kin, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein and Mrs. I. Spevack. LEADER RES AS NEW ZIONIST AFTER LONG HE New York (JTA)—Eliahu BenHorin, close collaborator of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky and a member of the World Presidency of the New Zionist Organization for the last eight years, this week announced that he has resigned from that organization. T wish to emphasize that this step was caused neither by ideological dissension nor by personal conflict." he said in a statement issued here, "but by a conviction that under the changed war and post-war conditions the best interests of Zionism imperatively demand a full unification of all its vital forces. The war catastrophe has brought about a very considerable rapprochement between different parties in Zionism. To continue warming the petty hatreds and suspicions of yesterday, without taking account of what is happening and likely to happen in the world, might be fatal for the Jewish cause." FORMER THEATRE DIRECTOR IS NOW PROPAGANDIST Luxembourg (JTA) — Benno Frank, former director of the Habima Theatre in Berlin and in Palestine, is now one of a group of Jewish refugees attached to a psychological warfare unit of the United States Army preparing front-line propaganda for German soldiers and civilians. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent, arriving here from Paris discovered that the unit is composed mostly of Jews who were driven from Germany by the Nazi regime. The group, engaged in preparing radio broadcasts to Germany and in writing leaflets which are being dropped over Germany, includes Hans Burger, theatre and film director from Prague, who was | in Hollywood before entering the [army: Oscar Seidlin, an expert .! on Goethe and a former staff year by American Jew'sh troops | ^ ((f tn Frankfurt Zeit at what were probably the fust h g h c free Yom Kippur Wvta held | Northampton. Mass.: and ,n Germany since, at least, the, Jo epn Wechsberg a Pra( uo outbreak of the war. | Jt w wh() nas written for the New RELIGIOUS MEET With the American Troops in Germany (JTA)Yom Kippur was observed on German soil this Army corpoal were stray shots. The raiders suffered casualties, but none IN V W olld President of the OLDEST LIVING IEW IS RESIDING AT DENVER Denver (JTA)—The oldest livJew in the United States. REST JEWISH YOUTH FOR G 1NG AS SERVICES END JI London (JTA)-Prime Minister mst.^n Churchill, addressing hi ,, UM ,,t Commons announced J yn ^uc in "'the"company partake in the tttutfj* |*ny American officers and in the occupation which will IOI i low," he declared. As the sun went down Tuesday evening, services were opened with Kol Nidre recited by Chaplain Frank in a large tent filled with troops of the Fourth Division. Officers and men sat on benches placed in the mud repeating the services after the rabbi, while outside stretcher bearers passed bearing American and German wounded. Men came from all branches of the service to stand in the chilly afternoon and recite the Yom Kippur prayers at Chaplain Lefkowitz' services. Among them were Abe Etter and Joe Rottenberg from the Bronx: who had spent most of the day manning a 50mm machine-gun: Milton Lukoff. also of the Bronx, who been firing shells from a 155mm rifle into Aachen: Ralph Lew of Detroit who city, n is disclosed in the interhad ( nm( lroni his j ob of d irectmountain Jewish News inR tnc firi (lf Kun crews. The Patriarch is. U-> • T||( W11| s lip p ers included many Mottal ( %  'hen .^ %  "gSS tankmen, since many Jews were drinks, prays and curses mm r ^ {hat {irgt fa kt> chuly. A MH!*&aXSilnlJ8 £ to Germany. Present was Sgt. S^.ilii'w^'^'lS Dan Le 2 m 2 e J: MvT^ami_B : ach. -.. unsuceesstul v.,rs o 0n d a ^W^tgj^ ficers and men observed Yom Kippur in this mountain town in the Haute Savoie district in an elaborate little synagogue which had not been used for four years. Yorker magazine. OPPOSE PARTITION OF PALESTINE IS ACT OF AGUDAS ISRAEL BODY New York (JTA—Opposition to proposed partition of Palestine was expressed here by Jacob Rosenheim, president of the Agudas Israel World Organization, in a statement issued to thc press in connection with the persistent rumors that a new partition of Palestine is planned, with a Jewish State being created in one section. JEWISH BRIGADE WILL &S^^W*i^^ SEE GERMAN SERVICE ^in^at Ote£J& SHTS. SAUDI ARABIA WILL SEND DELEGATES TO BIG MEETING provided byjhe Baron u de ICrh Fund Mr Cohen has had R w,v."s and 12 children mos of whom are dead. His Ins wife died 30 years ago and he was divorced from his second when he entered the home 12 years ago at thc age of 100. Alexandria. Egypt (JTA)—The hie news from the pan-Arab unity conference meeting here is that Saudi Arabia and Yemen, have agreed to send representa-" tives. The reversal of his position by King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia is of chief interest since he had been adamant in insisting tjriat the conference could serve no purpose until the question of Palestine was solved after the war. Although Palestine is represented only by an observer, it looms as one of the chief topics of discussion.



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PAGE TWO +Jewisti ncridfiam FRIDAY, OCTOBE R 6. 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Kolman Luria have returned to their home. 1343 Lenox Ave., after spending the summer in Connecticut. Mrs. Elizabeth Urban returned id her home. 1468 Washington Ave.. Sunday, after a two month's vacation with her son at Long Island Beach and her daughter in New York City. Her daughter who has been very ill is much improved. Stanley C. Myers is spending this weekend in New York attending a meeting of the board Of directors of the Joint Distribution Committee. Miss Ruth Miller will leave October 7 for a visit with friends in Atlanta. In town this week for several days was Samuel Gershowitz. associate director, Jewish Center Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board, and Matthew Penn, field director of the southeastern region of the national JWB. They conferred with lav and executive leaders in this area. Miss Naomi Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, has returned to New Orleans, where she is taking postgraduate work at Tulane University. She will attain her Master's degree at the conclusion of this year in the School of Social Work, where she is specializing in psychiatric work. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer announce the birth of a son Friday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The Bris will take place this Friday, October 6. at the Romer residence, 431 29th St., Miami Beach, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Friends are invited to be present at the ceremony. No invitations will be issued. ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. George Rachlin announce the birth of a daughten Barbara Sue, September 18 at Jackson Memorial. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'Schwartz announce the birth of a daughter, Lorranc Trudy. September 29. H. M. Drcvich is a patient at the Victoria Hospital. Ensign Jerome H. Weinkle. USNR (inactive), wife and daughter have returned to make their home here. They will reside at 1820 S. W. 11th Ter.. Miami. Ensign Weinkle. an attorney, will be associated with the law firm of Myers & Heiman. Miss Susan Rezek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rezek. 560 N. E. 55th St.. last week was pledged to the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at Vanderbilt university, Nashville. She is a freshman student there this year. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Charles Tanenbaum took place last Friday afternoon at WoodJawn cemetery before the immediate family and friends. Rabbi Simon April officiated. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sporborg.. 1624 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, left this week for Gatlinburg Inn. Gatlinburg, Tenn. Miss Peggy Sporborg will return to Webster | college. Babson Park, on Oct. 2. | for her senior year. Mrs. Margaret Rabinowitz and daughter, Sharon, of Detroit are visiting Mrs. Rabinowitz" fathers Morris Feig. They will remain here several weeks. Mrs. Edith Marcus returned from a two month's vacation visiting relatives in New York, Detroit and Jacksonville. Allan Abess, president of Lincoin Road Merchants association, ] left for Los Angeles where he will remain until Oct. 17. He will' then proceed to New York and, stop at the Madison hotel until, about Nov. 20. Gifts for G. I. 1 Joes and Jills IN OUR "Foxhole" Oversea^ Christmas Rifts must be mailed no later than October 15th. Burline'a has a collection of the most often requested gifts in the 'Foxhole," Miami store, street floor. Purchase.-, bought at Burdine's will be wrapped for mailing free at our "Wrap for Mailing" booth, second floor. Mrs. Phillip Weinstein, 7101 N. E. Fifth Ave.. will leave Oct. 10 for New York and Philadelphia where she will visit her mother, Mrs. Emil Brunswick. She pla\; to be away for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are leaving this week for St. Louis to visit their parents and family. They will return to the city October 29. Mr. Eisenstein nlans at that time to open the Chesterheld Hotel on Miami Beach, which tie owns and will operate. Edgar Kaplan. 15-year-old son of Mr. and UTS. Mai k G. Kaplan, received his Eagle Medal at the September Bov Scout HonorCourt held Monday, Sept. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalish, 2045 S. W. 14th Ter.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Pearl Kalish. to Sk 1/C Petty Officer Philemore Teper, USNR. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Teper of Chicago, III. Miss Kalish is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Petty Officer Teper attended Ben BlewctU St, Louis. Mo. He is stationed at the Naval Training School. Ft. Laudcrdalc Beach Hotel. Mrs. Morris Sterling, the former Aline Kalish. will give a shower in honor of the betrothal. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Emma Meyer. 528 N. E. 26th St., announces the engagement of her granddaughter. Miss Marion Schreter. to Lt. (jg) Richard L. Frank. USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Frank, Nashville. Miss Schreter is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and Northwestern university school of dental hygiene. Lt. Frank, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, returned recently from sea duty in the Pacific. After a short leave he reported to Amphibious Training school at Little Creek, Va. Mrs. Jack August left by plane Tuesday for New York, where She will spend several weeks. Saul Kenholz, proprietor of Kenholz Kosher Meats and Poultry Co., lias now located at a new site, 415 Espanola Way. Having served the residents of Miami Beach with a full line of strictly Kosher western prune meats and choice selections of poultry for the past nine years, Mr. Kenholz will offer his patrons a newlyequipped, larger market, modernly fitted in order to better serve them. ( G011 1 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-. TEL 3 3431-J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME rim Li WE Of FICDU1Y REPRESENT TRC HUNT! 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FLAGLER CONGRESS WOMEN TO HOLD PARTY OCT. 30 s Interesting plans and preparations are going forth for a membership party to be held October 30 for the Women's Division American Jewish Congress, to which the admission fee will be "Every Member Bring One Mem\ ber." A most interesting program will be presented, with Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. director of education, serving as toastmistress. Mrs. Max Meiscl, membership chairman, will be in charge. The committee will consist of Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Edith Weinstein. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe. Mrs. Philiy Salmon, Mrs. Bruce Klein, Mrs. Rose Kimball. and a corp of other women who will ussi.st. Due to limited space, reservations must be made by calling Mrs. Max Meisel at 5-7253. CHILDREN WILL ENJOY YEARLY SUCCAH PARTY The annual children's Succah party for the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah students and Sunday School pupils will take place Sunday, from 2 to 4 at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah and on Monday evening at 8. Simchos Torah celebrations will be held at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah for members and their families. The ladies of the Sisterhood will be hostesses. Mrs. Simon April is chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. H. Felden. Mrs. S. Kostoff, Mrs. E. Moss. Mrs. M. Ofsowitz, Mrs. H. Pearl, Mrs. H. Ross, Mrs. B. Sokoloff, Mrs. L. Zissen in charge of decorations. The refreshment committee consists of Mrs. G. August, Mrs. A. Orlanskv, Mrs. R. Sakowitz. Mrs. B. Sokoloff, Mrs. S. Smulin, Mrs. S. Stone and Mrs. J. Zalis. SUCCOTH SERVICES AT BROWARD CO. TEMPLE Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. announces Sukkoth Sabbath services on Friday evening at 8 p. m. They will include a sermon on "The First Thanksgiving." Religious School session will be held Sunday morning from 10 to 12 and will include a children's service for Sukkoth. 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 Parke & 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 Ml'* %  %  %  %  **" % %  I I\JGUST BROS Ryc £ Is the BEST? BOOK REVIEW ID 00 IESHEI Fill Ml SEISM Of considerable interest tr, th„ many friends of the Women's D? vision of the American ]£& fc' n r ss was the announcement that the successful cducaS project. "The Saturday C al Book Series" will he resumed the forth-coming mJSFSfA b £* W i" b .u thc Litcrar V Gu£ choice for the month of ftS "Heaven and High Earth" £ Gwethalyn Graham. 0?h er book to be reviewed in this series a "Night Unto Night," b v Ph.lm Wylie; "Harvest in'theDese r by Maurice Samuels; "Uniti States War Aims." by ffilS Lippman; and Time for Dec, %  Ion, by Sumner Welles. Books will be posted regularly. Interspersed throughout the series of book reviews, the organization will sponsor forums, symposiums and lectures on various current subjects. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein community reviewer, will again conduct the series. Mrs. Weinstein is also serving thus year as educational director of American Congress. Mrs. Philip Salmon chairman of this project, is in charge of the sale of subscriptons. Members and friends are urged to call 5-4418. The first review of this series is to be held on November 10, place to be announced. Keep on buying War Bonds. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1944 "Uni^fkriaHann PAGE THREE WITH SERVICE Tlwi fust annual report of the '" •„)>! Hospital Service of fhflU County Chapter of the I-Jrican Ki-d Cross was presentJfS C onunander Charles Milto, i, c N fret) at a special luncheon meeting at the Urmey Hotel September 20th. This group has endeavored to have rarh community realize that ,hev are the hosts to the Military Units in their respective areas. and that they should cooperate with the American Red Cross Field Directors, in order to provide equipment and recreational facilities for these several commands and hospitals, which are not supplied through regular Army and Navy appropriations. In order to avoid a duplication of effort and facilities the Camp and Hospital Service is fast becoming a "Channel" through which many individual citizens and organized groups are sending their gifts and contributions to the servicemen stationed here. In his written report Commander Mills gives credit to each group, especially B'nai B'rith and the Y.M.H.A. In the past they had 117 day rooms in operation at one time, on which seventy-five thousand dollars was spent for the past years upkeep. Cash donations total ixty-seven hundred dollars, which has been spent for fishing trips for returnees, phonograph records, long distance calls, rtationery, cigarettes, playing cards, dance tickets, sightseeing trips and many other things required to make the serviceman's life a happier or easier one. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. —Buy War Bonds TodayOBITUARIES MAX LAND %  ft*" L r"' '' %  • %  '' l M Beach and ;•• '',y>K li. the Army, s, v v u ''"' ""' 1 %  '' %  % %  l'"ldi Mann rial •'. with burial In M< N.,!. *'„*] MRS %  YETTA WOLFENSOHN Mrs ; V, J' VVolfMi* hn, •,:,. •;,.. ','""' h V'" f "" >' •' •>-'" from llrookly aid rt-Hl.l, ,• >4 ,; urdp| !" Ml imi Reach, died s ,".i,. I,, „ ,,„.,, hospital Hhi %  .. ,| | 0 ,, ,, 1UKh '"• M Mid B son >'" .' w h ," l "" "' %  T "' 1 1 nd Todil shops In Miami I:.... h The bod) IV8 %  ; \ *> York l.> Riverside Memorial chapel NORMAN SABESIN Norman Kah< in, i... ,,r l .i _• Washington Ave M Keai h, died Sunday. Id• came here two years ago from Drooklyn and operated n meal market on Washington Ave He I survived by the widow, Mm Roue Sabesln. n mm, s. ymoui. and .i daughter, Diane, all of Miami I (em h, ami i wo broi hei H mid I • tern In New York, where the bod) n i Ken I D) Riverside Memorial chapel, BENJAMIN ZANDERER Benjamin Zanderer, 71, of 942 I'enn• Ivanln Ave., Ml inn Reach, died Mondns in .i hospll ,l Sui i Iving are Inwire, Mi Fti i. z.i,.i. ei. and u daughter, Mrs. Rime Heldenlierg, New Yoi k 'it v A11 inurements were In charge of Rh i rslde Memo i il i hapel. ELECT 22 DIRECTORS FOR APARTMENT ASSN. B'NAI B'RITH SUPPORTS NAT!ONAL_MEMORIAL Washington. D. C—B'nai B'rith j support of the movement to estabhsh in Washington, D. C. a national memorial commemorat' my the contributions of members i ol various religious faiths to American military and naval his'*'V. particularly during World War II, was announced here today I, v Henry Monsky, president ol Bnai B'rith. the nation's oldesl and largest Jewish service 1 organization. In making public B'nai B'rith's i endorsement of the planned memorial, which was first suggested by Barnett Hodes, corporation counsel of the city of Chicago, Mr. Monsky said that B'nai Brith's National Americanism Commission, headed by Sidney G. Kusworm, Dayton. Ohio. would take all necessary steps to implement B'nai B'rith support of Uie project. TRAIL RED TAKES NEW Miami Beach Apartment Association has elected 22 directors for one and two years terms. They an Daniel Broad. S. Feffer. H. W. Fields. S. Frishman, Ben Ciller. Mrs. B. Glasser, Morris Gold, Fred Jonas, A. Liefer, Mrs. S. Lowenthal, II. I Magid. John Mantell. S. L. Matz. J. Nathanson. M. Raskin. H. Rieser, 1'. J. Schecter, Mr. Siegel, Mrs. R. Solinsky, Chas. S. Tobin. Mrs. H. Weiss and Sidney Weiss. Officers last week installed are Charles S. Tobin, president; John Mantell. first vice president; Mrs. Hose Weiss, second vice president; Mm timer Raskin, treasurer; and Henry Reiser, secretary. Martin Lipman, retiring president, was presented with a gift by Simon Englander, executive secretary, A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. Announcing the Reopening of 1107 LINCOLN ROAD SLENDERIZE Simply, effectively and with little effort Contouroller Miracle Slenderizer and Complete Modern Mechanical Gymnasium— Scientific Massages— Reclining Pine Vapor Cabinet Baths —Radiant Facials—Showers Phone 5-1313 The La Fontaine Way To Slim Beauty Is Simple and Effective GERTRUDE M. KAPP Manager LANDSCAPING We are now in a position to do one or two large jobs Mangus Landscape Nursery Established 1922 L. E. Southern. Owner Telephones 4-4833—4-4898 Remembar, We Close at Noon on Saturday 2703 LeJeune Rd. Coral Gables NOTICE We are now situated in our new location 45 N. E. 21st Street MIAMI GOLD COAST DISTR. Phone 2-3216 Distributors of PREMIUM BEERS [IS MAKINGEFFORTTO HUE GOOD TEAR Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home is putting forth every effort to make this year an important one in the History of the Home. Chairman of Home Affairs. Mrs. Camille Baum. reports that with the receipt of the necessary priority, the new cottage will soon be in the process of erection. Every bed in the Home is occupied and a long waiting list anxiously awaits entrance to receive the restorative cure that sends many children back to a more normal way of living. To be able to help these needy cases, is the aim of the Institution. Mrs. Gary Glatt. Chairman of Ways and Means, submits a versatile program for the year 194445. including. October 25th—A card partv and gift affair to be held at the Y.W. dt H.A.. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, on Wednesday. 1:30 p. in. November—Bingo party, dutch supper. December—Bingo party, membership tea—children's. Party at Home, curd party. January—Bingo party, card party. February—Bingo party. Cardiac week, tag day. March—Bingo party, pledge luncheon. April—Bingo party. garden party. May—Bingo party. Mother's day program, card party, installation of officers. Mrs. Clementine Kemp, reelected president ol Dade Chapter urges every member to watch for the bulletin, which will announce the first regular meeting. The Trail American Red Cross Sewing and Knitting Center. 1715 S. W. 8th St.. under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Kotkin. has taken on many new quotas of foreign war relief garments, consisting of ladies' flannel nightgowns, children's flannel pajajn.is and rompers, girls' and lad\X;' blouses and men's hospital pajamas, they have taken on a large quota of children's tweed coats, which will be distributed to children of liberated countries, and which carry a completion deadline of November 1, 1844. In knitting, while at present completing many quotas, the Center has taken on new quotas consisting of long-sleeved regulation Army and Navy sweaters, sweaters for our prisoners of war, and gloves for the Army and Navy. Some local organization groups are already represented in this work, and have received collective hours credit, but Mrs. Kotkin is appealing to many more organizations to take part in this humanitarian cause, which is most urgent. The work, both in knitting and sewing, can be done at the work room Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week, or will be given out for completion at home. Mrs. Dave Klebcr and Mrs. Al Reiser are production supervisors of this Red Cross Center. Washington, D. C—The 47th Annual Convention of the Zionist Organization of America which will be held on October 14-17 in Atlantic City will concern itself with the position of Palestine in the post-war world and also deal with issues relating to the European Jewish situation and plans for Zionist integration into the American Jewish scene, according to the tentative program made public by Daniel Frisch. national chairman of the Convention Committee. BALLANTINE'S ALE America's Finest Since 1840 DISTIUHCTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. ICOR COMMITTEE WILL AID CRIMEA SUFFERERS Miami's campaign to help in the rehabilitation of Jewish sufferers in the Crimea will be opened by the Greater Miami ICOR committee at 8 p. m. on Oct. 22 at the Miami Woman's club. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. H. E. Briggs of the University of Miami will serve as Honorary Chairman. A presidium of Miami Rabbis are also expected to attend together with other religious, civic and government leaders, including representatives of the American Federation of Labor and the C.I.O. A concert program has also been arranged. BOHLAND IS CONTEST WINNER OF PIN DESIGN. Gustav Bohland. famous sculptor, was selected winner of a contest for the best design for a pin to be awarded persons donating blood to the Dade County Blood Bank three or more times. A S100 war bond, donated by Rudv Adler, member of the board of directors of the Blood Donors' council will be given Bohland in presentation ceremonies to be held Friday at 7:15 p. m. Made From Fresh Oranges ANNOUNCEMENT SALLY'S BREEZE INN FLAGLER AT 22ND AVE. Famous for Steaks and Chops At Reasonable Prices Will Be Open Till 2 A.M. Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 3 UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF BEN FIRESTONE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Notice is hereby given that the iind.i sinned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of JO-ANN SHOP al 39 N. K. 1st St.. Miami. Florida, Inteml to register siiiii name in the office oi the Clerk <>f tincircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KEN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN ALBERT A. DIUIN Partners MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 9 22-29 tO/6-13-20 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business, under the fictitious name of HOTEL SHELDON, at 827 7th St.. .Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MORTON RIJBBNSTEIN KITH RUBENSTEIN i wners LEON KAPLAN At tome] for Applicants 9/22-29 10/8-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hn undersigned, desiring to engage in bUHlness un der the fictitious name of HOOD'H DEPARTMENT STORE 303 North 2nd Road, South .Miami. Florida, intend to register the said n.ime with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of I'.id. County, Florida,. MORRIS Alti IN ESTHER ARON i 'o-pat i ners. MAN Petli ioni r MYERS A IIKI A i torne>.for %  •< 22-29 io S-13 20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida, the fictitious name, PONCE SHOE STORE, ii 2821 Ponce de Leas Blvd., Coral lies, Florida, under which 1 am i ngaged In business E MANTEL KETDERMAN MIRIAM SEIDERMAN II 8-13-22 29 in. 6 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of JIMMIE'.H 23RI> ST. RESTAURANT it :i. 320 23rd Street, .Miami Beach, Flo Ida, and intend to register the snld fictitious name in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of I'ad-County, Florida. PADL GERSTMAN MA UK IIHOKS'MAX GE" IRGE CHERTKOP, A Itoi ney foi Applicants 9/8-13-22-29 10 ''• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND Fi'li. DADE COUNTY, FI>'P.1I>A. IN I'KiilSATK No, 1S333 In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM L. Bl IZARTH. licensed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditors and All Persons Having, Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, ami each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, ur either of you, may have against the estate of WILLIAM L BOZARTH deceased late of Dade County, Florida, io the lion. w. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, ami Die the same in his office in 1 h-i County 'oin "house in Dade I'oiinly. Florida, within eight calendar months from the Hate of the first imhlication hereof, Bald claims or demands io contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and iresented i. aforesaid, r same win barred. See Section 1^0 of iii. 1933 Probate Act. Dii.September, A. D 1944. WILLIAM F BOZARTH, As Administrator of the Estate nf WILLIAM I. BOZARTH D. ceased MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 9/8-16-22-29 li'6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name. | of BROWN'S FRIENDLY INN. at :MI N. W. 1st .Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. ARM1N BROWN MAN I: SILVER Attornej for Applicants in 8-13-20-27 n '• that Mrs. Everglades Cert {floats 1st day of AZA TO CONDUCT LATE SERVICES ATM. J. O. C. Friday evening services will be conducted bv the A. Z. A. No. 322 at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on October 6. Refreshments will be served to the boys in the Succah by the Sisterhood of the Congregation. The public is invited. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE :t8:!3 Notice Is hereby given M Bplcuna, holder of Drainage District Tax Numbered 46'J9. dated the luue \ D 192. has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon %  In accordance with law. Saul Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: [.ot 6. Blk. 12. Comfort Oardens, L'ml Addn.. in the County or Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under said Certificate was Issued In the name of Anne .1. Daw. Agent. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax dM will issue thereon on the l.'th day of October, A. D. 1944. Dated tills 5th day of September, A. D. !•!•_ ,,KV1IIKRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By N C. STERRETT. D. C (Circuit 'Court Seal) 9/8-1.1-22-29 10/8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERMITAGE HOTEL, at 420 N. E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. IRVING ALINKOFSKY MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 10/8-13-S0-8711/I NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KEYWESTER APARTMENTS, at :::'7 S. W 9th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I'o.nitv. Florida. MAN RAPPAPORT ISA BORE KOSTINKR MAN i: SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1fl/.}1-3fl-2Tl1/l NOTICE is HEREP.Y GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TARLYN S MEN'S WEAR, at 1


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PAGE FOUR vjewisli Hcr/dHan OCTOBER 6 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1944 TISHRI 19. 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 40 THE SELFISH JEWISH PARENT The selfish Jewish parent will enroll his child in Hebrew School in the next few weeks. For if it is nothing else than a concern for the welfare of their children, parents of this day realize that they must give to their children a wholesome understanding of their Jewish heritage if they want them to lead normal lives. The restless worried child of homes where Jewishness is a by-product of a memory testify to the fallacy that Jewish education is a luxury, much in the line of musical training or dancing lessons. Any sincere parent need only look about him to Jewish youth caught in the thralls of fear over anti-Semitism to the extent that it warps their very lives, to understand that Jewish education is a much in any Jewish home. The Jewish child who knows his heritage and his religion faces the unfriendly world with trepidation to be sure, but with a knowledge of what it's all about. Opposed to him is the child who does not know where to turn because neither in his home or elsewhere has there been given him the pride over or understanding of his Jewishness which is so necessary for sanity these days. So the wise Jewish parent recognizes that although his child has a full schedule, what with public school and other activities, Jewish education cannot be neglected. There are too many young Jewish men and women who today blame their parents because they don't know anything about Judaism or their heritage for the point of this editorial to need more elaboration.—The Jewish Post, Indianapolis. Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League -TIDBITS FROM Mucify eottfldenUal -By PHINEAS J. BIRONDELEGATES TO UNRRA JWV TO HAVE TALKS REACT COLDLY TO THE ON AMERICANISM AT DEMANDS OF JEWRY New York (JTA>—Emphasizing that delegates to the UNRRA session in Montreal reacted coldlv when confronted by representatives of Jewish organizations. Dr. Arieh Tartakower. addressing a press conference lure expressed satisfaction at the fact that the British and American delegations incorporated the majority of the Jewish demands in resolutions which thev presented to the UNRRA conference. This." he said, "will prove an opening wedge for relief work bv the UNRRA among hundreds of thousands of Jewish victims of Nazi persecution." MEETING IN NEW YORK The man with the pipe sat on the corner of my desk. "We Jews," he said, "have taken a terrific beating—both physical and mental—these past twelve years. It's no wonder that at times we feel that the hands of the whole world are turned against us." Your director shook his head in violent dissent. "Many Jews may feel hunted and persecuted." I pointed out. "but the evidence continues to mount that there arc lemons of fine people of other faiths who are Increasingly aware that anti-semitic, or for that matter, anti-minority movements are aimed at the vitals of our democracy and must be purged if this country is to continue its great course." The man with the pipe nodded slowly. "You're referring to men like Justice Murphy, Norman Littell and Reverend Kernen, I suppose." "Why go so far afield," I asked, "here's an excerpt from a sermon the Reverend Rex Wilkes gave at St. Stephens Church in Coconut Grove, right here in our own back yard." "In the church there are none of the usual distinctions—No division created by races or nationalities — No geographical boundary lines that separate people—No natural enemies that are inherited by each succeeding generation—No antagonisms which must be perpetuated. There is no one to be hated, or feared, or distrusted simply because his natural endowment is different from our own. There are no Sheenies. or Dagoes, or Kikes, or Conchs in the heart or mind of God, or in his Church. There are only men endowed with living souls." The man with the pipe nodded appreciatively. There was the hint of a smile at his lips as he rose to leave. A panel discussion on "Subversive and Un-American Activities" by three of the foremost authorities on the subject in the United States will be a feature of the 49th annual encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. to be held in New York at the Hotel Commodore from Thursday. Oct. 5th through Sunday, October 8th. it was announced by Ben F. Swartsberg, convention chairman. Panel discussants will be John Roy Carlson, author of "Under Cover," Henry Hokc. author of •Blackmail," and Dr. L. M. Birkhead, director of the Friends of Democracy. WOULD BAN RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS ISSUES THIS FALL New York (WNS)—The mayors of 300 cities in the U. S.. with populations of more than 300.000 persons were called on today by the National Conference of Christians and Jews to issue a proclamation urging political leaders in their communities to ban the injection of racial and religious issues in the current campaign. GREATER MIAMI ARMY NAVY BODY TO MEET There will be a meeting of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the Whole on Sunday. October 8th, 1944 at 10 a. m. at the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Many matters of importance will be discussed and acted upon. A nomination committee will report during the course of the business session. A good buy is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later —$4.00 for every $3.00. JEWS SAID TRAPPED IN NICE ARE STILL ALIVE Marseille (JTA)—Previous reports that all Jews who took refuge in Nice during the Italian occupation in order to escape the Gestapo, were trapped by the Germans and deported are denied in information reaching here which indicates that about 8.000 Jews are presently residing here. About eighty percent of these are foreign Jewa A provisional Jewish committee established in Nice has sent a desperate appeal to the Jewish organization here appealing for financial assistance to aid the destitute. The Marseille organization has also learned that there are about 50 Jewish families in Aix-en-Province who need assistance. Jewish Calendar All lli>IM:iys ,-unl ••'a M t Imys l>?Kin ut nillMt of the day preceding the dates given below: 19 4 4 SHEMINI AZERETH Monday, October 9 SIMCHATH TORAH Tuesday, October 10 NOW OPEN MINIVER'S JEWISH RESTAURANT 1035 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9552 PARLIAMENT MEMBER RELEASED FROM JAIL London (JTA)— Capt. Archibald H. M. Ramsay, pro-fascist and anti-Semitic member of Parliament has been released from detention, it was announced by Home Minister Herbert Morrison. Ramsay was arrested in May. 1940, when the government rounded up fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley and other suspect elements under the amended emergency defense regulations. During his four-and-half years of detainment Ramsay has flooded Commons with letters attacking the Jews for one reason or another. Since he retained his seat despite his arrest, the government was; forced on several occasions to 7 take note of his charges and to reply to them. DESCRIPTION OF MURDERS IS GIVEN BY EYE WITNESS Moscow (JTA)—An eye-witness description of the extermination of the last remnants of 50.000 Jews in the Kaunas ghetto written by one of the victims has been unearthed from a cellar n£* 5 core ? f Jewa Perished. The description is contained in a letter in Yiddish written by 37-year-old Hirsh Zedak on leafs torn out of a volume of poetry by Lermontov. It was found by Zedak s brother Moisei.'a member of the Lithuanian unit of the Red Army which helped free Kaunas. He was directed to the place where it was buried by a Jew who escaped death when the Nazis flung grenades into the cellar. JEWISH PROPERTY RETURNED TO JEWRY IN SLOVAKIA Sofia (JTA)-A German broadbroadcast reported that "Aryanized Jewish property has been returned to Jews in the parts of Slovakia liberated by partisans. foreign Minister Staynov of the new Bulgarian cabinet received the correspondent of the Jewish telegraph Agency and assured him that the government in addition to restoring all rights to Bulgarian Jews and returning their confiscated property, will also support Jewish schools and will re-establish all Jewish social institutions, including hospitals, homes for aged, orphanages, free kitchens. Keep on buying War Bonds. IMPORTANT! 1 Attention, Department of Justice: Fascist leaders wh operating under cover are using the following women's o 2? izations to spread disunity propaganda: Women Investo 1 ^" America — Women Against Communism — Crusad thers — American Mothers tog MoMothers of the U. S A 1 w the Mothers Mobilize for America — We Mothers and Wo of America — National League of Mothers of America "^ Thousands of innocent women with sons at the front are b hoodwinked into joining these groups, which carry such tiaS sounding patriotic names And before these women real what is happening they have been indoctrinated with ant* Semitism and are becoming the tools of the Fascist and del ist riff-raff on the home front ... It is high time that the soonsT and financers of these phoney mother groups were investiqate The disturbances that occurred in front of the Coney Island Synagogue on Yom Kippur ever were not serious except for one terrible aspect While youthful hoodlums on the street outside the synagogue were shrieking and noisily mimickinc the religious service, a large number of adults assembled and watched this outrage with great amusement These qrown people cannot be laughed off as "juvenile delinquents." POLITICAL There are rumors that Sidney Hillman has been prevailed upon to resign from the CIO Political Action Committee, by some Jewish leaders who are disturbed about the anti-Semitic slant of the attacks on him But these rumors are unfounded ... On the contrary, we have been told that a very prominent Jewish leader who is supporting Dewey has demanded that the Republican campaign copywriters steer their stories on Hillman away from the "alien" and "Russian" angle Joseph Kamp, the public relations expert of the American Firsters, will have to answer charges in court before ong ... Incidentally. Gerald K. Smith has given up his own presidential campaign and is throwing whatever strength (?) he commands into the Dewey camp. LISTEN HERE Editors take note: The Polish news agencies which are spreading the not-so-hot propaganda of the Polish government in-exile will no longer have easy sailing The Polpress News, with headquarters in Lublin, starts operating next week "Counterattack" is the name of the new semi-monthy bulletin published by the National Committee to Combat AntiSemitism, in an attractive two-color make-up Authoritative statistics coming from Europe show that Hitler's extermination campaign against the Jews was even more hrrible than we had thought Not more than 100,000 Jews remain in Poland... Remember how Hitler in the early days of the war cried "Atrority stories!" when news of his pogroms reached America—and some of our Jewish leaders thought that the Jews were protesting too much? BEST STORY OF THE WEEK An unreliable source in Naziland, declares Winchell, reports that Hitler, beaten and crushed in spirit, called a conference on his top men the other day "Gentlemen," he said, "we are licked We haven't a chance With forged passport I have made plans to be smuggled through Argentina into the United States as a citizen Don't try to keep me here— I'm leaving!" "Are you mad?" exploded Goering "In the United States, you know as well as I do, your life wouldn't be worth a nickel" ... "I know, I know," said Hitler dejectedly, "but before I die I have made up my mind to do one more thing for the Fatherland" "Oh, fergoodnessakes, Adolf! pleaded Hermann "What on earth can you do for the Fatherland in the United States?" "I'll go to the newsreels and boo the Roosevelts!" ABOUT PEOPLE One of the great sagas in American music is that of Serge Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, who recently celebrated his seventieth birthday ... On October 7th he will begin his twentieth musical season with the Orchestra ... In these years he had introduced sixty-one new works by American composers Serge Koussevitzky, more over, has become intensely interested in social and economic problems affecting the Jews Orchids are due to Dave Lai' the artist, of whom we have written several times in jm* column Now in Khaki and with our overseas forces, ne h painted a number of striking oils depicting the role of transportation in the invasion The British edition of Yank tea • ured them last month Bennett Cerf, the publisher wnoj profilette we presented to you the other week, is now a ^m 1 of the board that selects the best books for listing in the r Beta Kappa Key Reporter ... If you are interested in see y Solomon Michoels in the movies go and view the ii Soviet-released film "The Return of Nathan Becker" • • • choels, you remember, is the chairman of the Jewisn Fascist Committee of Moscow, and was in the United o on a visit last year. THE LEAR SCHOOL RE-OPENS OCTOBER 2ND Co-ed Boarding and Day School First Through Twelfth Grades Registration Mornings _1010 West Avenue. Miami Beach P hoM *"^



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1944 ^J^istfhridli^ri PAGE FIVE "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9 9 AMERICAN NOTES: The African Jewish Conference is hreinning to show signs of DOW begmm R hough th s v taHty vnrcsscs itself in memorandums eX P. One of these memoran' is the request submitted t British Government to re!^ rier its Palestine immigration S C We hope that the BritS Government will pay atten•," n to the hint that this request expresses itself in memorandums only iThe British Government to reader its Palestine immigration policy • We hope that the British G( Sm be "heard at the forthcoming session of the American Jew"h Conference ^ .. It is true that he Jewish Labor Committee is n>adv to leave the ranks of the American Jewish Conference Luld representatives of Jewish Communists bodies be admitted to its forthcoming session as fullfledeed members? ... A Federal bill to outlaw anti-Semitism in the United States will soon be introduced in both Houses of Congress The projected bill is the work of outstanding constitutional lawyers and professors prepared under the auspices of the National Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism ... It points out that anti-Semitism is a potent weapon in the hands of the enemies of this country and tends to destroy the unity of the nation, dislocate the economic life of the country and creates discord among the people of the United States The bill urges that Congress declare it unlawful for any person to bring or cause to be brought into the United States anti-Semitic literature, or use the U. S. mail for disseminating such literature ... It prohibits the selling, distributing. circulating, exhibiting or reading to others of any kind of antiJewish literature, and recommends a fine of no more than $5,000 or imprisonment for no more than five years, or both, for violation of any of the bill's provisions. CANADIAN NOTES: Jewish leaders in Canada are very proud of the fact that they succeeded in uniting all American Jewish organizations for the presentation of a united front at the UNRRA conference which just concluded in Montreal Credit for this achievement la given to Saul Hayes, the 37-year-old lawyer, who is the executive director of the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies, which unites all Jewish relief groups in Canada, and also director of the Canadian Jewish Congress It was the first time that the American Jewish Conference, the American Jewish Committee, the World Jewish Congress, the Joint Distribution Committee and the Agudas Israel agreed on a single memorandum to an international body This memorandum, acceptable to all groups, is said by the Canadian Jewish Congress to have been worked out by Mr". Hayes ... We see that the Canaadian Jewish Congress claims that there are enough Jews in the Canadian armed forces today to form a full strength infantry division The Bureau of War Records maintained by the Congress now lists more than 15.000 Jewish men and women who enlisted in the Canadian Army and in the Royal Canadian Air Force There are also about 500 Jews in the Navy The ratio of Jewish enlistment to the Jewish population in Canada stands at 7.57 per cent, since there are about 168,000 Jews in the Dominion. LITERARY NOTES: In these years of war and nervous tension, it is quite a relaxation to read a new book which has nothing to do with "blood, sweat and tears" .'Especially a book like "Anatole France" by Jacob Axelrad, just published by Harpers It is a biography of the great French writer written with a deep feeling of love by an American Jewish author ... It is perhaps the best biography of the French master For Jewish readers the book will be of special interest because it brings out the healthy influence which Mme. Leontine de Caillavet, a woman of long Jewish lineage whose yfcfrw""""'"""' .mUOMf""" ,#/rf ff k V y/DVANTAGES J of a l)ME FEIIEUAL MORTGAGE L O W RATE* BASY PAYMENTS LOKO TIME TO PAT PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Vou?' LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION "RESOURCES OVEB %  ** 4 *oi!" 1AM T Mfltf* WMifi/tk maiden name was Lippmann. Exerted on Anatole France It was Mme. Caillavet who piayed the most important role in Frances life as his guiding star, un. A Was to her thal h <-' wa s devoted for more than twenty-five vears as a faithful lover The role wh 'ch Anatole France piayed n the Dreyfus case, displaying tremendous zeal and appearing i?. ^T.u 0 defend Emil Zo 'a who started the fight against the Dreytus affair, will also be of great interest to Jewish readers especially since Anatole France was at one time accused of antiaemitism because he openly criticized the rich Jews and those who were betraying the spiritual values of their own faith He made no effort to answer those who charged him with anti-Jewish feeling ... His life was enough of an answer ... His own Leontine was a Jewess The Calman-Leby brothers, his publishers and trusted friends, were •Jews Ludovic Halevy, the eminent dramatist, a Jew. was his intimate and admired friend Leon Blum was another initimate iriend Charles Rappoport, a Jewish emigree from Russia, was considered by him to possess one ot the rare minds of the world and for a time had a great influence on him His views on Jews were perhaps best expressed when he wrote of Jules Darmesteter, savant and expert on biblical lore: "He is a Jew. He has the race of a Jew and the soul of a .u W 'u the ODS tinate. patient soul that has never surrendered." PERSONALITY NOTES: U. S Army Headquarters of the European Theater of Operations does not neglect'to give due credit to Jewish chaplains Chaplain Robert S. Marcus of New York, who has been in the army four years, has been especially singled out in an Army announcement ... As chaplain for an air force unit, he conducts services for Jewish men of the fighter groups, and travels near the front to provide religious services Visiting a signal construction battalion he ran into anoutfit composed mostly of New Yorkers, many from his own neighborhood "This is one of the greatest surprises I ever had," he said. "In all my Army experience I have i never met a unit dominated bv New Yorkers to the point where a visit turned out to be old home week" ... As a result of this unexpected reunion. Chaplain Marcus will hold services for this signal unit each week Chaplain Marcus was formerly executive director of the Joint Boycott Committee of the American Jewish Congress Another Jewish chaplain mentioned by Army headquarters is Capt. Samson A. Shain from Sunnyside, L. I. He is bringing solace to Jewish soldiers wounded in France and now recovering in U. S. Army hospitals in England Speaking of being singled out for useful services, we congratulate Fred Schwartz on the occasion of his receiving a Labor-Management award at the Kaiser shipbuilding yards for his useful suggestions Schwartz came to this country as a refugee five years ago This is the second award he has received from Kaiser's for practical suggestions which helped in the war effort Many will be interested to learn that Alfred M. Cohen, honorary president of the B'nai Brith and former president, will celebrate his 85th birthday on October 19th ... He looks like 60 and is as active as a man of 50. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avt.. Miami Beach In New York: 76th St. i Amsterdam Avt 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAillLLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT J.W.V. Commander Visits Hospital >lfciml VS. Hmwf Ph— Archie M. Ureenberg, national Commander of the Jewish War Veteran* of the United States, learns about the miracle* of modern artificial limbs on inspection tour of San Diego (California) Naval Hospital. Captain Harold D. Kirkham, M.C, in charge of plastic surgery %  ihe hospital, tells Commander Creenberg, a disabled veteran of the first World War, that the use of prosthetics has greatly aided the morale of wounded service men. (I. to r.) Harry Apelman, Commander, Sasi Diego Post, J.W.V.; Chaplain Emanuel Lifsehitc, Assistant District Chaplain, Eleventh Naval District; Commander Creenberg and Captain Kirkham, who is shown holding an artificial hand made by patients at the hospital. University Football Tickets on ||e Reserved Seats for Saturday's Big Football Game Between U. OF MIAMI and S. CAROLINA Are Now On Sale At Burdine's. Miami and Miami Beach and the University of Miami $1, $2, and S3, Plus Tax Season Tickets on Sale all this week — buy one ticket for 9 games — save money INCREASING AUDACITY' OF JEWS IS MERE CAMOUFLAGE Stockholm (JTA)—Recent complaints in Nazi newspapers about the "increasing audacity" of Jews in Hungary are merely "camouflage for further German measures against Hungarian Jews," the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports. It adds that despite Swedish intervention, thousands of Jews are still being deported from Hungary. The paper says that a Hungarian scientist now residing in Sweden receives daily telegrams from Hungarian Jews appealing to him to procure safe-conduct and other papers for them from the Swedish foreign office. purest ot DRINK PLENTY OF DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME a-GALLOK BOTTLE 6 C CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES 7 Plus Bottlf Deposit PHONE 2-4128 Graduation of the Gray Ladies Class of 1944, Biltmore Unit, will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the chapel of the Army Air Forces Regional Hospital No. 1 in Coral Gables. Mrs. John W. Snyder, chairman of Hospital and Recreation Corps for Dade County chapter, American Red Cross, will present diplomas to the 47 women who have successfully completed the 20 hour lecture course and 24 hour probationary period of work in the hospital. Mrs. John Carmody, chairman of the Biltmore Gray Lady Unit, will award the pins to the graduates. Gray Ladies provide friendly service and, recreation for convalescent patients in military hospitals. They "assist with the arts and crafts program, distribute magazines, books and games, and by a hundred and one small services help make the days of hospital confinement pass more quickly. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. Announcing The Opening October 3. 1944 of NORMANDY SCHOOL JKEESm. REGISTRATION BEGINNING SEPT. 26 Kindergarten Through High School Resident and Day School TEL.6-1061 LEO HUBERMAN. Head Master REMOVAL NOTICE We are now in our new location 101-102 MERCANTILE BANK BLDG. 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: You are cordially invited to make our office your headquarters DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist Optician Phone 5-2343 EUGENE J. WEISS CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Announces the Removal Of His Offices TO 514-517 CONGRESS BLDG. NEW TELEPHONE NUMBERS 9-2463 9-2464



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PAGE SIX <*Jewish fhridllar) FRIDAY. OCTOBER Salvage Drive Continues CLOTHING i DESTITUTE United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration is staging an emergency collection of 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 cf v types of cotton garments should be washed before they arc nated. 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, robes and pajamas for men and boys, coats, jackets, skirts, dresses, smocks and niqhtwear for girls and women and bedding of all kinds. The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Composed of 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 This Important Message Made Possible Through the Cooperation of CLOVER CLUB 118 Biscayne Blvd., Miami CAPTAIN TOM'S FISH MART 28 N. W. North River Drive, Miami SMILE'S RESTAURANT 1357 Collins Ave., Miami Beach THE FIESTA 300 S. E. 1st St.. Miami ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN Chinese Food — 272 W. Flagler St. L. D. RAY BAGS CO. 901 N. W. 54th St., Miami WALDRON TIRE CO. 2701 W. Flaaler St., Miami JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th St.. Miami RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St., Miami MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO. 1219 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach LA CUCARACHA NITE CLUB 2386 N. W. 62nd St., Miami BALL 6, CHAIN 1513 S. W. 8th St., Miami VALENTINO'S RESTAURANT 235 W. Flagler St.. Miami EL BOLERO 3181 Coral Way, Miami JOE & TONY'S GRILL 937 W. Flagler St.. Miami VICK'S BAR & RESTAURANT 35 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami SCHIFF'S FOOD MARKET 1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach HIALEAH CAB CO. 125 E. Okeechobee Rd. — Phone 8-1003 BEACH CAB CO. 1048 5th St. — Phone 5-3353 MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO. 1125 5th St.. Miami Beach COOPERS LUNCHEONETTE 747 Washinqton Ave., Miami Beach THOMAS AWNING CO.. INC. 1396 N. W. 36th St., Miami



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Ln ^QCTOBER 6, 1944 '"JewistFlcridiiar, MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE tmHtZlto^ZL M \ r I *" The Jewiah E Board ^^SfiLW^ l !?S& PAGE SEVEN SERVICE M Murray Kaplan, husband of I/^ Ann Kaplan. 1318 Euclid K Miami Beach, was reported 'jSii*".action in Belgium Sepi icrr.ber 6. n Joseph B. Pomerance. a ffwo'r in the Army, was in Au^ta Ga. fr a few weeks visitS his family prior to being sent overseas again. AJ* Schonfeld is now with the tyry at sea. Jick Bell, Miami Herald war Pf-cspondi-nt wrote this week that while in India he saw Lt. jinjie Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs Morns B. Frank of Miami Beach. Bernie's in the judge advocate's office at a big Assam base. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Gerstein. 2510 S. W. 20th St.. have been notified by the War Department that their son, 2nd LtRichard E. Gmuin. AAF navigator, was wounded over Germany on Sept. 5 Lt. Gerstein had lived in Miami for two years and was a student at the University of Miami when he entered the air corps. PARADE! A veteran of the African. Sici i,nd It;,lla n campaigns, Corp. Allan M. Greenfield, is one of a group of returnees from overseas Who are visiting relatives in Miami. Accompanied by his wife, who has been dividing her time between Miami and her parents' home in Panama City. Corp. Greenfield is visiting his mother. Mrs. Anna Greenfield. 357 S W 18th Ter. Norman Bernard Cabel. son of o a ii d Mrs Gt or Rc H. Cabel, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, received his wings as a i glider pilot and appointment as flight officer at recent graduation exercises at Lubbock, Tex. Aviation Cadet Kenneth M. Meyenon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyerson, 622 15th St.. Miami Beach, has been awarded his silver wings in aerial gunnery and is now stationed at Carlsbad, N M., army air field for advanced training as a navigator and bombardier. He is a Miami Beach High school graduate and for a time attended the University of Florida. Captain Nathan Ginsberg is back at his post in Harvard. Nebraska, after a 30-day mission in England as Troop Commander. | The holder of six campaign ribbons, including the Purple Heart and the Air Medal with two clusters, he was married to the former Charlotte Frishman in this city February 5, following a year's active service in the South Pacific. Mrs. Ginsberg is now living with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frishman. 1401 S. W. 15th St. Captain Ginsberg is a native of Kansas City. Among recent Miamians to retun, to the United States on Army hospital ships were First Lt. Isadore Mayers. 636 N. W. Fifth Ave., and First Lt. John M. Wolfberg, 9465 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Among Miamians who have helped establish a world produc, tion record at an Air Service Command depot in England by repairing in less than seven months 100,000 battle-damaged flying instruments and returned them to combat units now opcrating over Europe was Corp. Harry Nathan, brother of Mrs. George Stone, 2127 S. W. 16th Ter. Staff Sgt. Sol H. Bernstein. 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernstein. 1132 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, h as be en missing over Germany since August 6, it was learned this week. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Sgt. Bernstein attended the University o f Miami before entering the BERNsfEFN 194^ hta 20th birthday. Afater training as an gunnergunner, he went overseas with a t lying Fortress crew shortly after tne invasion of France. He had been based in England. KILLED IN ACTION New York (WNS)—Chaplain Irving Tepper. who had served in every campaign in the European theatre, was killed in action in France on Aug. 13, t was announced here by the National Jewish Welfare Board. He was attached to an infantry combat team. Prior to entering the service in 1942 Chaplain Tepper had been director of Hapoel Hamisrachi of New York and previously had occupied pulpits in Rockford and Elgin, I1L He was born in Chicago in 1913. He is survived by his father, Herman Tepper of Chicago. Pvt Alfred Davidowitx. 22, of Cleveland. O. In Italy. WOUNDED IN ACTION Lt. Melville S. Jacobson. 29. of Brooklyn. In New Guinea. Lt. Jacobson volunteered to take apart and study and unexplored enemy bomb which went off as he was examining it. Was awarded the Purple Heart. S Sgt. Wallace E. Kirschner, 21,of the Bronx. Over Germany. Pfc. Jacob J. Kalish, 25, of Brooklyn. In Burma. Pfc. Michael Kantrowitz. of New York City. In Italy. Cpl. Julius Klein, 23, of the Bronx. In Italy. T/S. Jacob G. Kaplan, 30, of Brooklyn. In Italy. Pvt. Daniel C. Marx. 19. of Newark, N. J. Anzio beachhead. Sgt. Jack Passoff. 30, of Brooklyn. Anzio beachhead. Pvt. Hyman Rabinowitz, 24, of Brooklyn. Battle of Cassino. Lt. Eearle Lester Rosenfeld. 24, of New York City. Mission over Rumania. He is an Air Force | navigator. He holds the Air Med/il [ several Oakleaf Clusters, the Purple Heart and a special citation. Pvt. Morton A. Katx. 19, of University Heights, O. In Italy. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian, the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are, what they are seeing and doing. Sgt. Mitchell D. Cohen, 25, 5011 of Mrs. Dora Cohen, 411 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, is nose gunner on a 15th AAF B-24. Graduate of Ohio State University, he is a veteran of attacks on enemy targets in Germany, France. Italy and the Balkans. Pvt. David S. Rosenthal, Route 1. Homestead, has returned to his infantry unit in France after hospitalization in Enland for shrapnel wounds in the back and right leg sustained July 22 in Fiance. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenthal, Homestead, he entered the service in FebruaryI Fill Out This CouponTond MaU~To "WAR IRECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name S erial No.. Home Address Street City Birth Date B irthplace... State Civilian Occupation.. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date Discharged Rank or Rating On duty in project engineer's office at Cherry Point. N. C. Marine corps base, is Pfc. Betty Letaw, Miamian who joined the women's reserve last January, j She is a sister of Mrs. Sidney Bes-! kind, 1900 S. W. Ninth St.. with whom she made her home here. Tech. Sgt. Melvin Schaffer. 1637 S. W. Sixth St.. dangled 17.000 feet above the ground in an effort to free a hanging bomb bay door which threatened to wreck a bi bomber on landin. Schaffer. a radio operator, realizing the potential danger to the entire crew, made an attempt to dislodge the doors. Finally he located the door with his free foot, and pushed with enough effort to send it spinning to earth. The engineer finally released the other door by juggling the control valve. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, he entered the Army Dee. 10, 1941. He is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and was active in the Miami "Y." Pvt. Isadore Kressloff, 26, of Philadelphia. At Saipan, two months after sustaining wounds early this year at Eniwetok. Purple Heart. Pvt. Harry Rosensweig, 19, of Brooklyn. In Italy. Purple Heart. Pvt. Kurt T. Rossman, 21, of New York City. Anzio beachhead. Pvt. Morris Schechter. 23, of Brooklyn. In Italy. Pfc. Max Schorr. 21, of Brooklyn. At Bougainville. Purple Heart. Pvt. Richard E. Spero, 18, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. In Italy. Lieutenant Paul Rice, 1886 S. W. 16th St., was shot down on his 46th mission over the Ploesti oil ; fields in Romania and was imprisoned in the small town of | Timis, near Bucharest. When Roi : mania capitulated to the Allies on Aug. 23, Rice was one of 1,125 i American airmen who were I freed. Lieutenant Rice a bombardier and a holder of the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf clusters is now in Miami with his family. Allied Force Headquarters. Italy—Jewish Wacs of the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, who long have taken a leading part in religious activities of this theater, assisted with the services when military personnel of the Jewish faith celebrated their High Holy Days. Within military expediency, officers and enlisted personnel of the theater may take time off from work to observe the holidays, it was announced by the commanding general. Wherever necessary, transportation will be provided to the services. More than 30 different centers in Italy, North Africa and France will conduct service with five services scheduled within the radius of Allied Force Headquarters in Italy. Fifteen Jewish chaplains will officiate all over the theater. Wherever Wacs are stationed, they will be prominently featured in the services, particularly in the recitations of special prayers. They also will assist in decorating the pulpits and will act as hostesses at New Year (Rosh Hasanah) socials. Pvt. James Jay Schlecker, 22, of Brooklyn. Wounded in com' bat during the Rapido River bat, tie. Received Purple Heart. Buy War Stamps and Bonds i NOW and give our men in the i armed forces the help they need. MEDICINE CABINET fAlka-Seltzer TIT Alka-SaltEer tar acba, "M.rnini After" Acfciac ciaa, AcM lidiiu.n. Plasm*. apt. effective. • end Me. ONEQDAY VITAMIN EX TABLE High Vitamin potency at low ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tablet*. A and D tablets la the yellow box—B-Coaaplez tablet* in the t rry box. >^""^ 6*. Mint !" "*a LNERV.N1> For SWpk IrrttaWlitr, ll.adach.. and %  nltimii. *ka do* to Mar ap f Uaw umtr %  • diraoted. { Staff Sgt. Edward Strum. 26, of Springfield, III. Off the coast of Normandy. Lieut. Robert Wittan, 23, Greensburg, Pa. In Italy. of looting This Pag. to th. Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Mad. Possible Through the Co-operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 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 I RUBIN SONS—Orioinol Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenua u. ROTH & HAYS ^"nufacturers Agents Langiord 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. Flagl Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road MARINE CORPORAL ESTABLlantUjRUCK-BORNE RADIO STATION UNDER INTENSE ENEMY DURING i nt LANDING AT BOLjBAINVlLLE^MERlCAN COMMUNICATIONS TEMPORARILY DISRUPTED WER€"RESTORED THROUGH THE BRAVERY OF CORPORAi^FRANK U^ILDER.USMCWHO, UNDER HEAVY FIRE, MAJNTAINED A, TRUCK-BORNE RADJ6 U^ftON AN OPEN BEACH FOR 24 HOURs/cORPORALWILDER. WAS AWARDED T / H&'S1LVER STAR MEQAL, U. S, Marines



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PAGE EIGHT *Je*ls*fk)rkMan J2!E A JL_OCTOBER 6NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG The Ladies Auxiliary have adopted a very fine program in cooperation with the new Housing Association on Miami Beach in attempting to locate housing facilities for local service men. returnees and their families. The Housing Association has received a lot of favorably publicity in recent news items and the women are to be commended for their efforts in this regard. The members! together with the B'Nai B'Rith members and office personnel, are beginning a houseto-house canvas in order to ascertain the available housing units and the OPA ceiling rentals thereon. When these units are located, they will be made available to service men at the price they are able to pay and any difference between that price and the ceiling will be absorbed \ix the Apartment House Association. In addition, the Association is guaranteeing to landlords a full vear's rental on the housing accommodations in the event that tenants obtained under this plan are called away from Miami Beach unexpectedly. The A. D. L. office has been quite active in the organization I of this project and original credit is due to the high-minded community of your organization's i tivitiee and to •••• >id conflicts in latea phone 1-5411 and a-tk for "Community Calendar." Notification must retach Federation no later than lay for publication that week.) Friday. October 6th: r2xei-utl\ mmlttee meet Ins %  >( t he Ui tat Mln l*wl*li Feilei •' l"":' i "otiiti ess lilclg :: p in. Tuesday. October 10th: M .1 I %  '! >• || I I.. .1,. I %  Y. %  \' Ih Sholem Idfte ind tuxlllarlleai h V 8 i' in Wednesday. October 11th: H II km< ii.' 'li %  :•• I ir ini h Ka %  % %  • ommil tee meel In a, • JO ]• in I'opulatiun Si %  Meet Ina, T< n pli l rai I, j mi |i HI all work• trmy-Nam) i-ummlttee meetI i % %  '' i • I p in. Sunday. October 15th: i lei luui s, hiHil Indui i ion everils.es and lltirarj prexentatlon, Beth I.I "i. evi Ins I taughti "f the li vleh Wai Veteran* card party, Miami v. • to p in In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Bervlces announced through Qreatei M ami Rabbinical Ajawclatlon an TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. B. 19th St.. Reform. Services conducted DJ Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Habbatn eve services Frldaj evenlnat, October jjth, Itil, B IS p m Sermon: "How Can We See Clod's Glory?" Concludlni Rukoa and Torah service Sunda) evening;. October Bth, n-ii. v 15 P '" A "nuai combined Sukoa service and rejolcini with the l.nv. Officers and members: of the congregation iu participate In the Torah proceaslon. Honda) morning, October 9th, ; 11 %  in Set mon "What Kn w< Concluding Mil.-and Memorial service MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave. Conservative Habbath, Flida) eve nlna. October 6th, Kabbalas fthabbas 6:46 p in s.i i ui da) morning I MI en • '• i in Rabbi Irving Lehrman MI pi eai h mi ei 10, 9 i in Cantor Emanuel Barkan ill chani ai .ill %  < i \ Ice* MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 5% s. W. 17th Ave. Cthodox. Frlda) evening services at 7 o'clock Saturda) morning al 8 Suecos services Sunda) evening ai 7, Monda) morning al 9 Rabbi Simon Apni ill address Ihi worshipers on Monda) morning prior to Vizkor on Memi Mon,1.1\ evening, : Sinchaa Torah services ai 7 o'clock A reception ill follow Tui sd I ITK>I nlng services at 9 \ %  eptli m will follow Schaarel /%  i-k Talmud Torah, 1545 M \\ Ird 81 will have sen Ices I" ui.i-. evening .it 7 • 'omblned Ices Saturday morning al a. m. i Rabbi Simon April will preach on the |M>I i on of the law. Sunda) i ighl Sui cos service! al 7 p, m Slmchs services Mondn v • venlng al 7 p in A reception "ill follow 'I'm l i nil -HI :. .ii '• with Rabbi \in ii |>i eai hlng ..II "The Role of tlw Torah BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. Frlda) evening services at 11:15: an tintg Shabai will follow the services Hostesses will be Mis Chas Tobln ami Mrs I: V il anal Rabbi Leon j Kromsh will preach. Sermon topic ui be "Prom ii inn,. How Shall we Bi Fi • ed Sabbath morning at 10 a in Sunday evening Shemlnl Atseres services al h 15 sermon topli will be I 'Why We 1'iay in I'ubllc?" Monda) morning Ocl 9 al 10 s m Sermon topli The Will to Live Visitor I services al 11 a m Slmchaa Torah I Monda) • veiling al 7 SO p m Adults are invited to the service especial!) • .i foi i he hlldren A part) will follow tendered bj the Siaterl i-vt-iitng • Habbath II,. %  ? ... %  shaloeh Seudos nl •'. in Rabbi Moses Mescheloff !ii preai li on Integrit) ilosh ii Ral %  .' be held Sunda % %  %  Khamlnl \< Sunda) • venlng nt • morning .it '.• Cantor Maur.ce Mamchcs ml %  lal service II %  • h" \|. • da) morning, • %  %  ..,, D ) R bl>l \l • i he Mi, 'ii. i 'on munlo V Sin %  %  • T aei :, •• M II III .. .... j n| ,,, "and ,• % %  M ,. -. flsuxp v( ||| he illi irihuti I .• these '• %  enl i ll be %  H %  gogue ••).;. iblli th< en Hr< w .' %  \\.' %  ,,.,. ., |...,,| sessions • %  Sui • I'lllllg T li. ,,ft,.| II,.,. ii BETH DAVIO CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. I lay < venlng wi vices .it 7 i', sm urda) !.. % %  .... ii, ,,, juding days of the Kestlvnl ,.t Tabernacles w ''i %  • .in! Sun,I,. \ evening al sunael Vlscor" -,r memorial services "ill be held Monda) morning ..i 10 al srhli h lime the Rabbi will speak ,, |i Mm, Wrald?" Rabbi Mas Shapiro nnd Cantor Abraham Friedman will n ffl. ati SI .,11 sei vices Mondnv evening al 7 M Slmchas ,,'", t, .:" ,: ''"'" ihk: ov< i fhe l-i i.ii.i.l Rhaplm win speak on the sub'• Th iliOv Moral Pode!" Reg. 1 'I Bui ii. Part) f..i the ''• %  • %  %  a-lll lake place this s 'Pda; II on ing si 10 ,.-, loch Parent* to reglstei Ihelr children %  ;' he da Hebrew School as w.n aa Runday hV r>•• >! The Army and Navy Committee sponsored a dance Saturday night ;tt Sher Memorial hall for all nun in the service. WACs and Spars. Mrs Kalmutz was hostess. Beth El services in honor of the Festival of Tabernacle were held Sunday night at 8 p. m. Services were also held Monday and Tuesday mornings at 9 a m. Prayers were said in the special booth built for the occasion. B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held its regular meeting at Sher Memorial hall Tuesday night. The program for the evening; was "Anti-Defamation." in charge of Jack Kappner, program chairman. Temple Israel held services Sundav night at 7:30 p. m. at the Temple. 2014 Broward Ave.. presented by members of the Temple Religious School. A reception followed. Dr. Carl N. Hermans sermon subject was The Art of Giving Thanks." oqj sfifeas AUGUST BROS ftyj /* the otsr' AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CPLAMERY CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM-ICE CREAM FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME.Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 You can t quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! IFOOD FOB; TH| mCURf^ CORAL GABLES LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDER& Phone 5191 Wesl Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County. Bt u r '? 9 p£ Nationally Famous Southern Dsir* r ducts and Ice Cream. „AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PH0J MB CstBAasf


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Miami, Fla
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 6, 1944

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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THE JEWIS H WEE
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
TO
1ESTINE IS VOID
New York (JTA)The Ameri-
. jcw^li Conference this week
hareed the Palestine Adminis-
ation with "hoarding" immigra-
lon certificates for Palestine.
virtually terminating Jew-
hu-
lmmigration into that eoun-
Thc charge was made in a me-
morandum submitted to Lord
galifax British Ambassador in
Pashingtmi. which stated that
L-hile tin i. are still about 14.000
nused certificates available un-
ler the terms of the White Paper,
Palestine Government has
ulcd that it will reserve these
fcmaining certificates, with very
except inns, exclusively for
lews in Axis-occupied territories,
hus denving them to Jews in
(berated countries. The memor-
nduin used that the Palestine
ertificates be made available for
lews wherever they are.
EMTING FDR;
IBERATED JEWS
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CANVASS UNCOVERS A
NUMBER O F HOMES
FOR M.B. SERVICE MEN
Canvassing by volunteers Wed-
nesday uncovered approximately
150 apartments which are expect-
led to he rented t<> servicemen
stationed at Miami Beach and
their families. Sam H. Becker,
servicemen's housing chairman.
stated.
"In addition to the 150 apart-
ments found, many landlords
promised to lease to us each va-
cancy as it occurs," Becker said.
He added that the survey es-
tablished that servicemen and
their families already occupy 40
per cent of all Miami Beach
rented apartments.
Miami Beach Servicemen's
Housing corporation, organized
on a non-profit basis with a
$50,000 fund at its disposal, will
lease apartments directly from
landlords, then sub-lease them to
service personnel.
Nationwide collection of used
clothing to be distributed to
liberated countries of Europe
will continues this week in
Greater Miami, under sponsor-
ship of the United Nations Re-
lief and Rehabilitation Admin-
istration.
More than 15,000,000 pounds
of clothing is needed, UNRRA
officials said, before another
cold European winter sets in.
Collection depots have been
set up in most of the churches
and synagogues in Miami.
Boxes of clothing can also be
sent to the U. S. Treasury Pro-
curement Division, in care of
Mason Packing Co.. Mullins,
S. C, express collect.
HITLER PERSECUTIONS
BEYOND ALL BELIEF IS
SEEN BY RELIEF MEN
REPORT CHIEF RABBI IS
STILL ALIVE IN FRANCE
j London UTA)The Jewish
uency for Palestine is nejjoti-
JtinE with Allied authorities on
be question of emigration of
Ws in liberated European coun-
ties who wish to go to Pales-
ne. Mush.' Shertok. head of the
plitical section of the Agency.
evealed, addressing a meeting of
heUnitcd Palestine Appeal.
I The Jewish Agency office here
|as received a cable from its ex-
Utive in Jerusalem stating that
is prepai mg aid for the Jews
liberated Poland, especially
Lublin and Bialvstock regions
response to the appeal re-
vived from Dr. Emil Sommer-
ein, Jewish member of the Pol-
Liberation Committee.
lAt a press conference. Mr.
hertok explained the procedure
ft recruitment for the Jewish
fiftade anud emphasized that
le recruitment is open to non-
Westine Jews. Applications of
push Jews, he said, are to be
kbm
be
[plicantrfrom'the'ir'present oc- lflst month,
IPations as far as this is com-
ftible with t|,L. war effort.
Marseille (WNS)Chief Rabbi
Usaye Schwartz of Fiance, who
was believed to have been dc-
I ported and killed by the Ger-
mans in 1943, is alive, it was re-
ported here from I.yon.
The sixty-year-old rabbi re-
urned to I.yon last week from
a mountain hiding place where
he eluded the Gestapo for more j
than eight months. In ill health |
even before he was seized bv the i
Germans. Rabbi Schwartz was
reported to have arrived in I.yon
in a complete state of exhaustion. I
When he identified himself, Jew-
ish leaders who knew him for
many year.-,, could hardly reeogn-
Ize him both because of his rag-1
ged appearance and because he |
had shaved his beard off while I
he was a fugitive.
START ON OCT. 15
New York (JTA)The Hitler
policy of persecution and exterm-
ination of the Jews of Europe
has reached such a critical stage
that 'emergencies on a scale stag-
gering the imagination" will un-
fold when relief workers enter
the liberated countries of Europe
on the heels of the victorious
United Nations' armies. Dr. Jos-
eoh J. Schwartz, European chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee, predicted during the
course of a report before 2.000
leaders in Jewish life at the
Hotel Astor.
"It will be the kind of emerg-
ency that will not wait for the
formulation and carrying out of
carefully laid plans," Dr. Schwatz
said. "J am not convinced that
the time has already come or will
arrive in the very near future
when we will be freed of the
necessity of acting on an emerg-
ency basis."
Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin, co-chairmen of the
Enumerator's Division of the
Population Survey, announce a
JEWISH RED ARMYMEN
IN BULGARIA ATTEND
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
is
f
IN JE
Jerusalem (JTA)A new out-
break of violence by Jewish ter-
roristssignalled by a simul-
taneous attack on four police sta-
tions on midnight Wednesdayis
causing great concern among
Palestine Jews.
The raids were the most serious
MKI SBkh'^O? I act of 5fl^H&
which will apply to the Min- on the Werffomei S&SEl
I of Labor for release of the miss loner & H.MOM M acM.cnac.
"cants from their present oc- last month. "J^ygg Jgg,
iyoasas far as this is com- Pread .m e la t March whe^
PPEAL TO JEWS TO
spread since last March
police stations in Haifa,
and Jerusalem were blasted.
There have been only sporadic
BE $10,000,000 TO BE;n!on1h"a"ndudmgta,'ra^bVt.an
armed band on the central stat on
of the Palestine Broadcasting
^Wednesday nights raids two
constables were killed in battled
with the attackers-believed to
be members of the Irgun Zvai
Leum,-and an Arabjnd an
>ED TO BUY LAND
Jwusalem (JTA)An appeal to
e Jews in democratic countries
pise S10.0OO.OOO within a vear
F redemption of land in Pales-
r *as issued here by the Jew-
Iik V"nul Fund at >ts "Voice
| the Land" conference, held at
nebrew University on the
Sofia (JTA) Jewish Red
Armymen stationed in Bulgaria
attended Yum Kippur services in
meeting of all the workers on the the Sofia synagogue to pray for
Population Survey for Wcdnes- heir fa,len re|ativt.s and otrier
day October \l at 2 p m. at.Tern- J(.ws murdorcd by tnc Germans
pie Israel 13< N. E. 9th St.. Mi- m th(? ukraino and Byelorussia
ami. At tins time, workersi will durin the occupation.
receive final instructions and will .____*j-t.-,
he Riven actual demonstrations on .. Arranecments for the par cipa-
how the interviews should be i tmn of Russian Jewish soldiers Hi
Sied out The^nLrs'kiis w-iU local Yom Kippur services were
be demonstrated a, that time. made^ Bfjfyb Consistory
The population survey to sur-; durinR the Rosh Hashanah serv-
vey the Jewish community ol, jces ,hc synafcoKues were crowd-
Greater Miami will start Oct. i pd with Russian soidiers and of-
15th and last until the 22nd. ficers. The Bulgarian Jews feel
M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman ot warm]y towards thc Russians
the Population Survey Planning since the cntrancc 0f the Red
Committee states that the office I Army mt() Bulgaria led to the
force, with the loyal help of many compiPte liberation of the Jew-
volunteers, is carrying on its isn popuiation.
work in preparing family inter-1
view schedules for every Jewish ,
family in Greater Miami. The j
office volunteers have been head-,
ed bv Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. |
chairman of the Office Volunteer
Committee. The project is under
the sponsorship of the Federation
n. cooperation with the Jewish
Welfare Board.
Major, captains and lieutenants
of the volunteer survey force in
elude: ,,
Mrs. Etta LeVine. major: Mrs.
Sam Silver. Mrs. Ann Pastroff.
Mrs. Joel Belov. Mrs. Carl Suss-
kmd Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs.
L Glasser, captains; lieutenants
named to date are: Mrs. M. Fried-
man. Mrs. Nat Kramer, Mrs Sid-
ney Stcpkin. Mrs. Sam Schatz-
man, Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs.
Helen Bloom. Mrs. Al Weiss.
Mrs. Kotkin. Mrs. J. Feldesman.
Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Etta
Karp, Mrs. Lillian Friedman. Mrs.
Isadorc Cohen. Mrs. Sam Miller.
Mrs. Lucille Davis Mrs. John
Gross. Mrs. Charles Lippow. Mrs.
Theodore Firestone Mrs. Sa.1
Booxbaum. Mrs. Dan Lcvine Mrs.
Bernstein. Mrs. Maurice Alper
Mrs. Ed Greenwood. Mrs David
Washer. Mrs. Rebbeca Hey man
Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs. Edna
Plot kin, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein
and Mrs. I. Spevack.
LEADER RES
AS NEW ZIONIST
AFTER LONG HE
New York (JTA)Eliahu Ben-
Horin, close collaborator of the
late Vladimir Jabotinsky and a
member of the World Presidency
of the New Zionist Organization
for the last eight years, this week
announced that he has resigned
from that organization.
T wish to emphasize that this
step was caused neither by ideo-
logical dissension nor by personal
conflict." he said in a statement
issued here, "but by a conviction
that under the changed war and
post-war conditions the best in-
terests of Zionism imperatively
demand a full unification of all
its vital forces. The war catas-
trophe has brought about a very
considerable rapprochement be-
tween different parties in Zion-
ism. To continue warming the
petty hatreds and suspicions of
yesterday, without taking account
of what is happening and likely
to happen in the world, might be
fatal for the Jewish cause."
FORMER THEATRE
DIRECTOR IS NOW
PROPAGANDIST
Luxembourg (JTA) Benno
Frank, former director of the
Habima Theatre in Berlin and in
Palestine, is now one of a group
of Jewish refugees attached to a
psychological warfare unit of the
United States Army preparing
front-line propaganda for Ger-
man soldiers and civilians.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy correspondent, arriving here
from Paris discovered that the
unit is composed mostly of Jews
who were driven from Germany
by the Nazi regime. The group,
engaged in preparing radio
broadcasts to Germany and in
writing leaflets which are being
dropped over Germany, includes
Hans Burger, theatre and film
director from Prague, who was
| in Hollywood before entering the
[army: Oscar Seidlin, an expert
.! on Goethe and a former staff
year by American Jew'sh troops | ^ ((f tn Frankfurt Zeit.
at what were probably the fust h g h c ,
free Yom Kippur Wvta held | Northampton. Mass.: and
,n Germany since, at least, the, Joepn Wechsberg a Pra(,uo
outbreak of the war. | Jt,w wh() nas written for the New
RELIGIOUS MEET
With the American Troops in
Germany (JTA)Yom Kippur was
observed on German soil this
Army corpoal were
stray shots. The raiders suffered
casualties, but none
IN VWolld President of the
OLDEST LIVING IEW IS
RESIDING AT DENVER
Denver (JTA)The oldest liv-
Jew in the United States.
REST JEWISH YOUTH FOR
"G1NG AS SERVICES END
JI
London (JTA)-Prime Minister
mst.^n Churchill, addressing hi
,,UM. ,,t Commons announced
Jyn^uc in "'the"company partake in the tttutfj*
|*ny American officers and in the occupation which will ioi
i low," he declared.
As the sun went down Tuesday
evening, services were opened
with Kol Nidre recited by Chap-
lain Frank in a large tent filled
with troops of the Fourth Divi-
sion. Officers and men sat on
benches placed in the mud re-
peating the services after the rab-
bi, while outside stretcher bear-
ers passed bearing American and
German wounded.
Men came from all branches of
the service to stand in the chilly
afternoon and recite the Yom
Kippur prayers at Chaplain Lef-
kowitz' services. Among them
were Abe Etter and Joe Rotten-
berg from the Bronx: who had
spent most of the day manning
a 50mm machine-gun: Milton
Lukoff. also of the Bronx, who
been firing shells from a
155mm rifle into Aachen:
, Ralph Lew of Detroit who
city, n is disclosed in the inter- had (.nm(, lroni his job of direct-
mountain Jewish News inR tnc firi, (lf Kun crews.
The Patriarch is. U-> T||(, W11|.s,lippers included many
Mottal ( 'hen .^"gSS tankmen, since many Jews were
drinks, prays and curses mm r ^ {hat {irgt fa kt>
chuly. A MH!*&aXSilnlJ8 to Germany. Present was Sgt.
S^.ilii'w^'^'lS Dan Le2m2eJ:MvT^ami_B:ach.
-.. unsuceesstul v.,rso0nda ^W^tgj^
ficers and men observed Yom
Kippur in this mountain town
in the Haute Savoie district in
an elaborate little synagogue
which had not been used for four
years.
Yorker magazine.
OPPOSE PARTITION OF
PALESTINE IS ACT OF
AGUDAS ISRAEL BODY
New York (JTAOpposition to
proposed partition of Palestine
was expressed here by Jacob Ros-
enheim, president of the Agudas
Israel World Organization, in a
statement issued to thc press in
connection with the persistent
rumors that a new partition of
Palestine is planned, with a Jew-
ish State being created in one
section.
JEWISH BRIGADE WILL &S^^W*i- ^^
SEE GERMAN SERVICE ^in^at OteJ& SHTS.
SAUDI ARABIA WILL SEND
DELEGATES TO BIG MEETING
provided byjhe Baronude
ICrh Fund Mr Cohen has had
R w,v."s and 12 children mos
of whom are dead. His Ins
wife died 30 years ago and he
was divorced from his second
when he entered the home 12
years ago at thc age of 100.
Alexandria. Egypt (JTA)The
hie news from the pan-Arab un-
ity conference meeting here is
that Saudi Arabia and Yemen,
have agreed to send representa-"
tives.
The reversal of his position by
King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
is of chief interest since he had
been adamant in insisting tjriat
the conference could serve no
purpose until the question of Pal-
estine was solved after the war.
Although Palestine is represent-
ed only by an observer, it looms
as one of the chief topics of dis-
cussion.


PAGE TWO
+Jewisti ncridfiam
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1944
Mr. and Mrs. Kolman Luria
have returned to their home. 1343
Lenox Ave., after spending the
summer in Connecticut.
Mrs. Elizabeth Urban returned
id her home. 1468 Washington
Ave.. Sunday, after a two month's
vacation with her son at Long
Island Beach and her daughter in
New York City. Her daughter
who has been very ill is much
improved.
Stanley C. Myers is spending
this weekend in New York at-
tending a meeting of the board
Of directors of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee.
Miss Ruth Miller will leave
October 7 for a visit with friends
in Atlanta.
In town this week for several
days was Samuel Gershowitz. as-
sociate director, Jewish Center
Division of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, and Matthew
Penn, field director of the south-
eastern region of the national
JWB. They conferred with lav
and executive leaders in this area.
Miss Naomi Grossman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, has returned to New
Orleans, where she is taking post-
graduate work at Tulane Uni-
versity. She will attain her Mas-
ter's degree at the conclusion of
this year in the School of Social
Work, where she is specializing
in psychiatric work.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer an-
nounce the birth of a son Friday
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
The Bris will take place this Fri-
day, October 6. at the Romer resi-
dence, 431 29th St., Miami Beach,
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ing. Friends are invited to be
present at the ceremony. No in-
vitations will be issued.
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. George Rachlin
announce the birth of a daughten !
Barbara Sue, September 18 at
Jackson Memorial.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'Schwartz
announce the birth of a daughter,
Lorranc Trudy. September 29.
H. M. Drcvich is a patient at
the Victoria Hospital.
Ensign Jerome H. Weinkle.
USNR (inactive), wife and daugh-
ter have returned to make their
home here. They will reside at
1820 S. W. 11th Ter.. Miami. En-
sign Weinkle. an attorney, will
be associated with the law firm
of Myers & Heiman.
Miss Susan Rezek, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rezek. 560
N. E. 55th St.. last week was
pledged to the Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority at Vanderbilt university,
Nashville. She is a freshman stu-
dent there this year.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Charles Tanenbaum took place
last Friday afternoon at Wood-
Jawn cemetery before the immed-
iate family and friends. Rabbi
Simon April officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sporborg..
1624 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
left this week for Gatlinburg Inn.
Gatlinburg, Tenn. Miss Peggy
Sporborg will return to Webster |
college. Babson Park, on Oct. 2. |
for her senior year.
Mrs. Margaret Rabinowitz and
daughter, Sharon, of Detroit are
visiting Mrs. Rabinowitz" fathers
Morris Feig. They will remain
here several weeks.
Mrs. Edith Marcus returned
from a two month's vacation
visiting relatives in New York,
Detroit and Jacksonville.
Allan Abess, president of Lin-
coin Road Merchants association, ]
left for Los Angeles where he
will remain until Oct. 17. He will'
then proceed to New York and,
stop at the Madison hotel until,
about Nov. 20.
Gifts for G. I.
1
Joes and Jills
IN OUR
"Foxhole"
Oversea^ Christmas Rifts
must be mailed no later
than October 15th. Bur-
line'a has a collection of
the most often requested
gifts in the 'Foxhole,"
Miami store, street floor.
Purchase.-, bought at Bur-
dine's will be wrapped for
mailing free at our "Wrap
for Mailing" booth, second
floor.
Mrs. Phillip Weinstein, 7101 N.
E. Fifth Ave.. will leave Oct. 10
for New York and Philadelphia
where she will visit her mother,
Mrs. Emil Brunswick. She pla\;
to be away for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein are
leaving this week for St. Louis
to visit their parents and family.
They will return to the city Octo-
ber 29. Mr. Eisenstein nlans at
that time to open the Chester-
held Hotel on Miami Beach,
which tie owns and will operate.
Edgar Kaplan. 15-year-old son
of Mr. and UTS. Mai k G. Kaplan,
received his Eagle Medal at the
September Bov Scout Honor-
Court held Monday, Sept. 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalish,
2045 S. W. 14th Ter.. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Pearl Kalish. to Sk 1/C Petty
Officer Philemore Teper, USNR.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Teper
of Chicago, III. Miss Kalish is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School. Petty Officer Teper at-
tended Ben BlewctU St, Louis.
Mo. He is stationed at the Naval
Training School. Ft. Laudcrdalc
Beach Hotel.
Mrs. Morris Sterling, the form-
er Aline Kalish. will give a show-
er in honor of the betrothal. No
date has been set for the wedding.
Mrs. Emma Meyer. 528 N. E.
26th St., announces the engage-
ment of her granddaughter. Miss
Marion Schreter. to Lt. (jg) Rich-
ard L. Frank. USNR, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Frank, Nashville.
Miss Schreter is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
Northwestern university school of
dental hygiene.
Lt. Frank, a graduate of the
University of Tennessee, returned
recently from sea duty in the Pa-
cific. After a short leave he re-
ported to Amphibious Training
school at Little Creek, Va.
Mrs. Jack August left by plane
Tuesday for New York, where
She will spend several weeks.
Saul Kenholz, proprietor of
Kenholz Kosher Meats and Poul-
try Co., lias now located at a new
site, 415 Espanola Way. Having
served the residents of Miami
Beach with a full line of strictly
Kosher western prune meats and
choice selections of poultry for
the past nine years, Mr. Kenholz
will offer his patrons a newly-
equipped, larger market, modern-
ly fitted in order to better serve
them.
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Interesting plans and prepara-
tions are going forth for a mem-
bership party to be held October
30 for the Women's Division
American Jewish Congress, to
which the admission fee will be
"Every Member Bring One Mem-\
ber." A most interesting pro-
gram will be presented, with
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. director of
education, serving as toastmis-
tress. Mrs. Max Meiscl, member-
ship chairman, will be in charge.
The committee will consist of
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Edith
Weinstein. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe.
Mrs. Philiy Salmon, Mrs. Bruce
Klein, Mrs. Rose Kimball. and
a corp of other women who will
ussi.st. Due to limited space, re-
servations must be made by call-
ing Mrs. Max Meisel at 5-7253.
CHILDREN WILL ENJOY
YEARLY SUCCAH PARTY
The annual children's Succah
party for the Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Torah students and Sun-
day School pupils will take place
Sunday, from 2 to 4 at the
Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah
and on Monday evening at 8.
Simchos Torah celebrations will
be held at the Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Torah for members and
their families. The ladies of the
Sisterhood will be hostesses. Mrs.
Simon April is chairman and will
be assisted by Mrs. H. Felden.
Mrs. S. Kostoff, Mrs. E. Moss.
Mrs. M. Ofsowitz, Mrs. H. Pearl,
Mrs. H. Ross, Mrs. B. Sokoloff,
Mrs. L. Zissen in charge of decor-
ations. The refreshment commit-
tee consists of Mrs. G. August,
Mrs. A. Orlanskv, Mrs. R. Sako-
witz. Mrs. B. Sokoloff, Mrs. S.
Smulin, Mrs. S. Stone and Mrs.
J. Zalis.
SUCCOTH SERVICES AT
BROWARD CO. TEMPLE
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. an-
nounces Sukkoth Sabbath serv-
ices on Friday evening at 8 p. m.
They will include a sermon on
"The First Thanksgiving." Re-
ligious School session will be
held Sunday morning from 10 to
12 and will include a children's
service for Sukkoth.
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
Parke & 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
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Of considerable interest tr, th
many friends of the Women's D?
vision of the American ]&
fc'n*r*ss was the announcement
that the successful cducaS
project. "The Saturday Cal
Book Series" will he resumed
the forth-coming mJSFSfA
b* Wi" b.u thc LitcrarV Gu
choice for the month of ftS
"Heaven and High Earth"
Gwethalyn Graham. 0?her book
to be reviewed in this series a
"Night Unto Night," bv Ph.lm
Wylie; "Harvest in'theDese r
by Maurice Samuels; "Uniti
States War Aims." by ffilS
Lippman; and Time for Dec,
Ion, by Sumner Welles. Books
will be posted regularly. Inter-
spersed throughout the series of
book reviews, the organization
will sponsor forums, symposiums
and lectures on various current
subjects. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
community reviewer, will again
conduct the series. Mrs. Weinstein
is also serving thus year as edu-
cational director of American
Congress. Mrs. Philip Salmon
chairman of this project, is in
charge of the sale of subscrip-
tons. Members and friends are
urged to call 5-4418. The first re-
view of this series is to be held
on November 10, place to be an-
nounced.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 6. 1944
"Uni^fkriaHann
PAGE THREE
WITH SERVICE
Tlwi fust annual report of the
'" )>! Hospital Service of
fhflU County Chapter of the
I-Jrican Ki-d Cross was present-
JfSConunander Charles Milto,
i, c N fret) at a special lunch-
eon meeting at the Urmey Hotel
September 20th.
This group has endeavored to
have rarh community realize that
,hev are the hosts to the Military
Units in their respective areas.
and that they should cooperate
with the American Red Cross
Field Directors, in order to pro-
vide equipment and recreational
facilities for these several com-
mands and hospitals, which are
not supplied through regular
Army and Navy appropriations.
In order to avoid a duplication
of effort and facilities the Camp
and Hospital Service is fast be-
coming a "Channel" through
which many individual citizens
and organized groups are send-
ing their gifts and contributions
to the servicemen stationed here.
In his written report Commander
Mills gives credit to each group,
especially B'nai B'rith and the
Y.M.H.A.
In the past they had 117 day
rooms in operation at one time,
on which seventy-five thousand
dollars was spent for the past
years upkeep. Cash donations
total ixty-seven hundred
dollars, which has been spent for
fishing trips for returnees, phono-
graph records, long distance calls,
rtationery, cigarettes, playing
cards, dance tickets, sightseeing
trips and many other things re-
quired to make the serviceman's
life a happier or easier one.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
Buy War Bonds Today-
OBITUARIES
MAX LAND
"ft*" Lr"' '''' l M...... Beach
and ; '',y>K li. the Army, s, v
v u''"' ,""'1 '' l'"ldi Mann rial
'. with burial In m< n.,!. *'*]
MRS YETTA WOLFENSOHN
Mrs; V,J' VVolfMi* hn, ,:,. ;,..
','""' hV'" f"" >' >-'" from llrook-
ly aid rt-Hl.l, >4 ,;urdp| *
Ml imi Reach, died s ,".i,. I,, ,,.,,
hospital Hhi .. ,| |0 ,, ,, 1UKh
'" M" Mid B son
>'" .' wh," "l"" "' T"'1'1 nd Todil
shops In Miami I:.... h The bod) iv8
' ;" \ *> York l.> Riverside Me-
morial chapel
NORMAN SABESIN
Norman Kah< in, i... ,,r l .i Wash-
ington Ave M...... Keai h, died Sun-
day. Id came here two years ago
from Drooklyn and operated n meal
market on Washington Ave He I
survived by the widow, Mm Roue
Sabesln. n mm, s. ymoui. and .i
daughter, Diane, all of Miami I (em h,
ami i wo broi hei h mid I tern In
New York, where the bod) n i Ken I
D) Riverside Memorial chapel,
BENJAMIN ZANDERER
Benjamin Zanderer, 71, of 942 I'enn-
- Ivanln Ave., Ml inn Reach, died
Mondns in .i hospll ,l Sui i Iving are
In- wire, Mi Fti i. z.i,.i. ei. and u
daughter, Mrs. Rime Heldenlierg, New
Yoi k 'it v A11 inurements were In
charge of Rh i rslde Memo i il i hapel.
ELECT 22 DIRECTORS
FOR APARTMENT ASSN.
B'NAI B'RITH SUPPORTS
NAT!ONAL_MEMORIAL
Washington. D. CB'nai B'rith j
support of the movement to es-
tabhsh in Washington, D. C. a '
national memorial commemorat- '
my the contributions of members i
ol various religious faiths to
American military and naval his-
'*'V. particularly during World
War II, was announced here to-
day I, v Henry Monsky, president
ol Bnai B'rith. the nation's old-
esl and largest Jewish service1
organization.
In making public B'nai B'rith's i
endorsement of the planned me-
morial, which was first suggested
by Barnett Hodes, corporation
counsel of the city of Chicago,
Mr. Monsky said that B'nai
Brith's National Americanism
Commission, headed by Sidney
G. Kusworm, Dayton. Ohio. '
would take all necessary steps
to implement B'nai B'rith support
of Uie project.
TRAIL RED
TAKES NEW
Miami Beach Apartment Asso-
ciation has elected 22 directors
for one and two years terms.
They an
Daniel Broad. S. Feffer. H. W.
Fields. S. Frishman, Ben Ciller.
Mrs. B. Glasser, Morris Gold,
Fred Jonas, A. Liefer, Mrs. S.
Lowenthal, II. I Magid. John
Mantell. S. L. Matz. J. Nathanson.
M. Raskin. H. Rieser, 1'. J. Schect-
er, Mr. Siegel, Mrs. R. Solinsky,
Chas. S. Tobin. Mrs. H. Weiss and
Sidney Weiss.
Officers last week installed are
Charles S. Tobin, president; John
Mantell. first vice president; Mrs.
Hose Weiss, second vice presi-
dent; Mm timer Raskin, treasurer;
and Henry Reiser, secretary. Mar-
tin Lipman, retiring president,
was presented with a gift by
Simon Englander, executive sec-
retary,
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
Announcing the Reopening of
1107 LINCOLN ROAD
SLENDERIZE
Simply, effectively and with little effort
Contouroller Miracle Slenderizer
and Complete Modern Mechanical
GymnasiumScientific Massages
Reclining Pine Vapor Cabinet Baths
Radiant FacialsShowers
Phone 5-1313
The La Fontaine Way
To Slim Beauty Is
Simple and Effective
GERTRUDE M. KAPP
Manager
LANDSCAPING
We are now in a position to do one or two large jobs
Mangus Landscape Nursery
Established 1922
L. E. Southern. Owner
Telephones
4-48334-4898
Remembar, We Close at Noon on Saturday
2703 LeJeune Rd.
Coral Gables
NOTICE
We are now situated in our new location
45 N. E. 21st Street
MIAMI GOLD COAST DISTR.
Phone 2-3216
Distributors of
PREMIUM BEERS
[IS
MAKINGEFFORTTO
HUE GOOD TEAR
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home is put-
ting forth every effort to make
this year an important one in
the History of the Home.
Chairman of Home Affairs.
Mrs. Camille Baum. reports that
with the receipt of the necessary
priority, the new cottage will
soon be in the process of erec-
tion. Every bed in the Home is
occupied and a long waiting list
anxiously awaits entrance to re-
ceive the restorative cure that
sends many children back to a
more normal way of living. To
be able to help these needy cases,
is the aim of the Institution.
Mrs. Gary Glatt. Chairman of
Ways and Means, submits a ver-
satile program for the year 1944-
45. including.
October 25thA card partv and
gift affair to be held at the Y.W.
dt H.A.. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, on Wednesday. 1:30 p. in.
NovemberBingo party, dutch
supper.
DecemberBingo party, mem-
bership teachildren's. Party at
Home, curd party.
JanuaryBingo party, card
party.
FebruaryBingo party. Car-
diac week, tag day.
MarchBingo party, pledge
luncheon.
AprilBingo party. garden
party.
MayBingo party. Mother's
day program, card party, installa-
tion of officers.
Mrs. Clementine Kemp, re-
elected president ol Dade Chap-
ter urges every member to watch
for the bulletin, which will an-
nounce the first regular meet-
ing.
The Trail American Red Cross
Sewing and Knitting Center. 1715
S. W. 8th St.. under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Louis Kotkin.
has taken on many new quotas
of foreign war relief garments,
consisting of ladies' flannel night-
gowns, children's flannel pajajn.is
and rompers, girls' and lad\X;'
blouses and men's hospital pa-
jamas, they have taken on a large
quota of children's tweed coats,
which will be distributed to chil-
dren of liberated countries, and
which carry a completion dead-
line of November 1, 1844.
In knitting, while at present
completing many quotas, the
Center has taken on new quotas
consisting of long-sleeved regula-
tion Army and Navy sweaters,
sweaters for our prisoners of war,
and gloves for the Army and
Navy. Some local organization
groups are already represented in
this work, and have received col-
lective hours credit, but Mrs. Kot-
kin is appealing to many more
organizations to take part in this
humanitarian cause, which is
most urgent. The work, both in
knitting and sewing, can be done
at the work room Mondays, Tues-
days and Thursdays of each
week, or will be given out for
completion at home. Mrs. Dave
Klebcr and Mrs. Al Reiser are
production supervisors of this
Red Cross Center.
Washington, D. CThe 47th
Annual Convention of the Zionist
Organization of America which
will be held on October 14-17 in
Atlantic City will concern itself
with the position of Palestine in
the post-war world and also deal
with issues relating to the Euro-
pean Jewish situation and plans
for Zionist integration into the
American Jewish scene, accord-
ing to the tentative program
made public by Daniel Frisch.
national chairman of the Con-
vention Committee.
BALLANTINE'S
ALE
America's Finest Since 1840
DISTIUHCTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
ICOR COMMITTEE WILL
AID CRIMEA SUFFERERS
Miami's campaign to help in
the rehabilitation of Jewish suf-
ferers in the Crimea will be open-
ed by the Greater Miami ICOR
committee at 8 p. m. on Oct. 22
at the Miami Woman's club. 1737
N. Bayshore Drive.
H. E. Briggs of the University
of Miami will serve as Honorary
Chairman. A presidium of Miami
Rabbis are also expected to at-
tend together with other reli-
gious, civic and government lead-
ers, including representatives of
the American Federation of
Labor and the C.I.O. A concert
program has also been arranged.
BOHLAND IS CONTEST
WINNER OF PIN DESIGN.
Gustav Bohland. famous sculp-
tor, was selected winner of a con-
test for the best design for a pin
to be awarded persons donating
blood to the Dade County Blood
Bank three or more times.
A S100 war bond, donated by
Rudv Adler, member of the board
of directors of the Blood Donors'
council will be given Bohland
in presentation ceremonies to be
held Friday at 7:15 p. m.
Made From Fresh Oranges
ANNOUNCEMENT
SALLY'S BREEZE INN
FLAGLER AT 22ND AVE.
Famous for Steaks and Chops
At Reasonable Prices
Will Be Open Till 2 A.M.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 3
UNDER THE PERSONAL
SUPERVISION OF
BEN FIRESTONE
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice is hereby given that the
iind.i sinned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
JO-ANN SHOP al 39 N. K. 1st St..
Miami. Florida, Inteml to register
siiiii name in the office oi the Clerk
<>f tin- circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
KEN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN
ALBERT a. Diuin
Partners
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
9 22-29 tO/6-13-20
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business, under the fictitious name
of HOTEL SHELDON, at 827 7th St..
.Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
MORTON RIJBBNSTEIN
KITH RUBENSTEIN
i wners
LEON KAPLAN
At tome] for Applicants
9/22-29 10/8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hn undersigned, desiring to engage
in bUHlness under the fictitious name
of HOOD'H DEPARTMENT STORE
303 North 2nd Road, South .Miami.
Florida, intend to register the said
n.ime with the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn of I'.id. County, Florida,.
MORRIS Alti IN
ESTHER ARON
i 'o-pat i ners.
MAN
Petli ioni r
MYERS A IIKI
a i torne>.- for
< 22-29 io S-13 20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Dade County, Florida, the ficti-
tious name, PONCE SHOE STORE,
ii 2821 Ponce de Leas Blvd., Coral
' lies, Florida, under which 1 am
i ngaged In business
EMantel KETDERMAN
MIRIAM SEIDERMAN
II 8-13-22 29 in. 6
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in bus-
iness under the fictitious name of
JIMMIE'.H 23RI> ST. RESTAURANT
it :i. 320 23rd Street, .Miami Beach,
Flo Ida, and intend to register the
snld fictitious name in the office Of
the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of
I'ad-- County, Florida.
PADL GERSTMAN
MA UK IIHOKS'MAX
GE" IRGE CHERTKOP,
A Itoi ney foi Applicants
9/8-13-22-29 10 ''
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Fi'li. DADE COUNTY,
FI>'P.1I>A. IN I'KiilSATK
No, 1S333
In Re: ESTATE of WILLIAM L.
Bl IZARTH. licensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Persons
Having, Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, ami each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, ur
either of you, may have against the
estate of WILLIAM L BOZARTH
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, io the lion. w. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, ami
Die the same in his office in 1 h-i
County 'oin "house in Dade I'oiinly.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the Hate of the first imhlica-
tion hereof, Bald claims or demands
io contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
iresented i. aforesaid, r same win
barred. See Section 1^0 of iii.
1933 Probate Act.
Dii.- September, A. D 1944.
WILLIAM F BOZARTH,
As Administrator of the Estate nf
WILLIAM I. BOZARTH D. ceased
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
9/8-16-22-29 li'6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name.
| of BROWN'S FRIENDLY INN. at
:MI N. W. 1st .Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida.
ARM1N BROWN
MAN I: SILVER
Attornej for Applicants
in 8-13-20-27 n '
that Mrs.
Everglades
Cert {floats
1st day of
AZA TO CONDUCT LATE
SERVICES ATM. J. O. C.
Friday evening services will be
conducted bv the A. Z. A. No. 322
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation on October 6. Re-
freshments will be served to the
boys in the Succah by the Sister-
hood of the Congregation. The
public is invited.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE :t8:!3
Notice Is hereby given
M Bplcuna, holder of
Drainage District Tax
Numbered 46'J9. dated the .
luue \ D 192. has filed said Cer-
tificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to Issue
thereon In accordance with law.
Saul Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
[.ot 6. Blk. 12. Comfort Oar-
dens, L'ml Addn.. in the County or
Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under said Certificate was Issued In
the name of Anne .1. Daw. Agent.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax dM
will issue thereon on the l.'th day
of October, A. D. 1944. .
Dated tills 5th day of September,
A. D. !!_ ,,KV1IIKRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By N C. STERRETT. D. C
(Circuit 'Court Seal)
9/8-1.1-22-29 10/8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HERMITAGE HOTEL, at 420 N.
E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
IRVING ALINKOFSKY ,
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
10/8-13-S0-8711/I
NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KEYWESTER APARTMENTS, at
:::'7 S. W 9th Street. Miami. Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade I'o.nitv. Florida.
MAN RAPPAPORT
ISA BORE KOSTINKR
man i: SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1fl/.}1-3fl-2Tl1/l
NOTICE is HEREP.Y GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TARLYN S MEN'S WEAR, at 1 Washington Avenue, Miami Reach.
Florida, intends to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florid:'
NATHAN TARLYN
MYERS & IIEIM w
A ttornej for Applicant
10 S-|:;-20-27 M/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
lu business under the fictitious name
of LITTLE MORRIS' VEGETARIAN
AND DAILY RESTAURANT, at ".4T
Collins Avenue, .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register the said name
with ihe Clerk "f the Circuit Couw
of Dade 'omit v Flo' Ida.
MORRIS KESTRNBAUaf
IXMTtfl L1LLIEN
MAN i: SILVER
Attorney for Applicant*
10/fi-1:1-20-27 11 .; .1



PAGE FOUR
vjewisli Hcr/dHan
, OCTOBER 6,
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1944
TISHRI 19. 5705
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 40
THE SELFISH JEWISH PARENT
The selfish Jewish parent will enroll his child in Hebrew
School in the next few weeks.
For if it is nothing else than a concern for the welfare of
their children, parents of this day realize that they must give to
their children a wholesome understanding of their Jewish
heritage if they want them to lead normal lives.
The restless worried child of homes where Jewishness is a
by-product of a memory testify to the fallacy that Jewish educa-
tion is a luxury, much in the line of musical training or dancing
lessons. Any sincere parent need only look about him to Jewish
youth caught in the thralls of fear over anti-Semitism to the
extent that it warps their very lives, to understand that Jewish
education is a much in any Jewish home. The Jewish child who
knows his heritage and his religion faces the unfriendly world
with trepidation to be sure, but with a knowledge of what it's
all about. Opposed to him is the child who does not know
where to turn because neither in his home or elsewhere has
there been given him the pride over or understanding of his
Jewishness which is so necessary for sanity these days.
So the wise Jewish parent recognizes that although his
child has a full schedule, what with public school and other
activities, Jewish education cannot be neglected.
There are too many young Jewish men and women who
today blame their parents because they don't know anything
about Judaism or their heritage for the point of this editorial to
need more elaboration.The Jewish Post, Indianapolis.
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
-TIDBITS FROM
Mucify eottfldenUal
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
DELEGATES TO UNRRA JWV TO HAVE TALKS
REACT COLDLY TO THE ON AMERICANISM AT
DEMANDS OF JEWRY
New York (JTA>Emphasizing
that delegates to the UNRRA ses-
sion in Montreal reacted coldlv
when confronted by representa-
tives of Jewish organizations. Dr.
Arieh Tartakower. addressing a
press conference lure expressed
satisfaction at the fact that the
British and American delegations
incorporated the majority of the
Jewish demands in resolutions
which thev presented to the
UNRRA conference. This." he
said, "will prove an opening
wedge for relief work bv the
UNRRA among hundreds of
thousands of Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution."
MEETING IN NEW YORK
The man with the pipe sat on
the corner of my desk. "We
Jews," he said, "have taken a
terrific beatingboth physical
and mentalthese past twelve
years. It's no wonder that at
times we feel that the hands of
the whole world are turned
against us."
Your director shook his head
in violent dissent. "Many Jews
may feel hunted and persecuted."
I pointed out. "but the evidence
continues to mount that there arc
lemons of fine people of other
faiths who are Increasingly aware
that anti-semitic, or for that mat-
ter, anti-minority movements are
aimed at the vitals of our demo-
cracy and must be purged if this
country is to continue its great
course."
The man with the pipe nodded
slowly. "You're referring to men
like Justice Murphy, Norman Lit-
tell and Reverend Kernen, I sup-
pose."
"Why go so far afield," I asked,
"here's an excerpt from a sermon
the Reverend Rex Wilkes gave
at St. Stephens Church in Coco-
nut Grove, right here in our own
back yard."
"In the church there are none
of the usual distinctionsNo di-
vision created by races or na-
tionalities No geographical
boundary lines that separate peo-
pleNo natural enemies that are
inherited by each succeeding gen-
erationNo antagonisms which
must be perpetuated. There is no
one to be hated, or feared, or
distrusted simply because his na-
tural endowment is different
from our own. There are no
Sheenies. or Dagoes, or Kikes, or
Conchs in the heart or mind of
God, or in his Church. There are
only men endowed with living
souls."
The man with the pipe nodded
appreciatively. There was the
hint of a smile at his lips as he
rose to leave.
A panel discussion on "Subver-
sive and Un-American Activities"
by three of the foremost authori-
ties on the subject in the United
States will be a feature of the
49th annual encampment of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U. S.
to be held in New York at the
Hotel Commodore from Thursday.
Oct. 5th through Sunday, October
8th. it was announced by Ben F.
Swartsberg, convention chairman.
Panel discussants will be John
Roy Carlson, author of "Under
Cover," Henry Hokc. author of
Blackmail," and Dr. L. M. Birk-
head, director of the Friends of
Democracy.
WOULD BAN RACIAL AND
RELIGIOUS ISSUES THIS FALL
New York (WNS)The mayors
of 300 cities in the U. S.. with
populations of more than 300.000
persons were called on today by
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews to issue a pro-
clamation urging political lead-
ers in their communities to ban
the injection of racial and re-
ligious issues in the current cam-
paign.
GREATER MIAMI ARMY
NAVY BODY TO MEET
There will be a meeting of the
Greater Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the Whole on Sun-
day. October 8th, 1944 at 10 a. m.
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA.
1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Many matters of importance will
be discussed and acted upon. A
nomination committee will re-
port during the course of the
business session.
A good buy is a War Bond. Buy
now and you will be paid later
$4.00 for every $3.00.
jews Said trapped in
nice are still alive
Marseille (JTA)Previous re-
ports that all Jews who took
refuge in Nice during the Italian
occupation in order to escape
the Gestapo, were trapped by the
Germans and deported are de-
nied in information reaching
here which indicates that about
8.000 Jews are presently residing
here. About eighty percent of
these are foreign Jewa
A provisional Jewish commit-
tee established in Nice has sent
a desperate appeal to the Jewish
organization here appealing for
financial assistance to aid the
destitute. The Marseille organ-
ization has also learned that
there are about 50 Jewish fami-
lies in Aix-en-Province who need
assistance.
Jewish Calendar
All lli>IM:iys ,-unl 'amt Imys l>?Kin
ut nillMt of the day preceding the
dates given below:
19 4 4
SHEMINI AZERETH
Monday, October 9
SIMCHATH TORAH
Tuesday, October 10
NOW OPEN
MINIVER'S
JEWISH RESTAURANT
1035 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-9552
PARLIAMENT MEMBER
RELEASED FROM JAIL
London (JTA) Capt. Archibald
H. M. Ramsay, pro-fascist and
anti-Semitic member of Parlia-
ment has been released from de-
tention, it was announced by
Home Minister Herbert Morrison.
Ramsay was arrested in May.
1940, when the government
rounded up fascist leader Sir Os-
wald Mosley and other suspect
elements under the amended
emergency defense regulations.
During his four-and-half years
of detainment Ramsay has flood-
ed Commons with letters attack-
ing the Jews for one reason or
another. Since he retained his
seat despite his arrest, the gov-
ernment was; forced on several
occasions to7 take note of his
charges and to reply to them.
DESCRIPTION OF MURDERS
IS GIVEN BY EYE WITNESS
Moscow (JTA)An eye-wit-
ness description of the extermina-
tion of the last remnants of 50.-
000 Jews in the Kaunas ghetto
written by one of the victims
has been unearthed from a cellar
n* 5core? "f Jewa Perished.
The description is contained in
a letter in Yiddish written by
37-year-old Hirsh Zedak on leafs
torn out of a volume of poetry
by Lermontov. It was found by
Zedak s brother Moisei.'a mem-
ber of the Lithuanian unit of the
Red Army which helped free
Kaunas. He was directed to the
place where it was buried by a
Jew who escaped death when the
Nazis flung grenades into the
cellar.
JEWISH PROPERTY RETURNED
TO JEWRY IN SLOVAKIA
Sofia (JTA)-A German broad-
broadcast reported that "Aryan-
ized Jewish property has been
returned to Jews in the parts of
Slovakia liberated by partisans.
foreign Minister Staynov of the
new Bulgarian cabinet received
the correspondent of the Jewish
telegraph Agency and assured
him that the government in addi-
tion to restoring all rights to Bul-
garian Jews and returning their
confiscated property, will also
support Jewish schools and will
re-establish all Jewish social in-
stitutions, including hospitals,
homes for aged, orphanages, free
kitchens.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
IMPORTANT! 1
Attention, Department of Justice: Fascist leaders wh
operating under cover are using the following women's o 2?
izations to spread disunity propaganda: Women Investo1^"
America Women Against Communism Crusad
thers American Mothers
tog Mo-
Mothers of the U. S A 1 w
the Mothers Mobilize for America We Mothers and Wo
of America National League of Mothers of America "^
Thousands of innocent women with sons at the front are b
hoodwinked into joining these groups, which carry such tiaS
sounding patriotic names And before these women real
what is happening they have been indoctrinated with ant*
Semitism and are becoming the tools of the Fascist and del
ist riff-raff on the home front ... It is high time that the soonsT
and financers of these phoney mother groups were investiqate
. The disturbances that occurred in front of the Coney Island
Synagogue on Yom Kippur ever were not serious except for
one terrible aspect While youthful hoodlums on the street
outside the synagogue were shrieking and noisily mimickinc
the religious service, a large number of adults assembled and
watched this outrage with great amusement These qrown
people cannot be laughed off as "juvenile delinquents."
POLITICAL--------
There are rumors that Sidney Hillman has been prevailed
upon to resign from the CIO Political Action Committee, by
some Jewish leaders who are disturbed about the anti-Semitic
slant of the attacks on him But these rumors are unfounded
... On the contrary, we have been told that a very prominent
Jewish leader who is supporting Dewey has demanded that
the Republican campaign copywriters steer their stories on
Hillman away from the "alien" and "Russian" angle
Joseph Kamp, the public relations expert of the American First-
ers, will have to answer charges in court before ong ... In-
cidentally. Gerald K. Smith has given up his own presidential
campaign and is throwing whatever strength (?) he commands
into the Dewey camp.
LISTEN HERE____
Editors take note: The Polish news agencies which are
spreading the not-so-hot propaganda of the Polish government
in-exile will no longer have easy sailing The Polpress
News, with headquarters in Lublin, starts operating next week
. "Counterattack" is the name of the new semi-monthy
bulletin published by the National Committee to Combat Anti-
Semitism, in an attractive two-color make-up Authoritative
statistics coming from Europe show that Hitler's extermination
campaign against the Jews was even more hrrible than we had
thought Not more than 100,000 Jews remain in Poland...
Remember how Hitler in the early days of the war cried "Atrori-
ty stories!" when news of his pogroms reached Americaand
some of our Jewish leaders thought that the Jews were protest-
ing too much?
BEST STORY OF THE WEEK____
An unreliable source in Naziland, declares Winchell, re-
ports that Hitler, beaten and crushed in spirit, called a confer-
ence on his top men the other day "Gentlemen," he said,
"we are licked We haven't a chance With forged pass-
port I have made plans to be smuggled through Argentina into
the United States as a citizen Don't try to keep me here
I'm leaving!" "Are you mad?" exploded Goering "In the
United States, you know as well as I do, your life wouldn't be
worth a nickel" ... "I know, I know," said Hitler dejectedly,
"but before I die I have made up my mind to do one more
thing for the Fatherland" "Oh, fergoodnessakes, Adolf!
pleaded Hermann "What on earth can you do for the
Fatherland in the United States?" "I'll go to the newsreels
and boo the Roosevelts!"
ABOUT PEOPLE____
One of the great sagas in American music is that of Serge
Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra,
who recently celebrated his seventieth birthday ... On October
7th he will begin his twentieth musical season with the Or-
chestra ... In these years he had introduced sixty-one new
works by American composers Serge Koussevitzky, more
over, has become intensely interested in social and economic
problems affecting the Jews Orchids are due to Dave Lai'
the artist, of whom we have written several times in jm*
column Now in Khaki and with our overseas forces, ne h
painted a number of striking oils depicting the role of trans-
portation in the invasion The British edition of Yank tea
ured them last month Bennett Cerf, the publisher wnoj
profilette we presented to you the other week, is now a ^m1*
of the board that selects the best books for listing in the r
Beta Kappa Key Reporter ... If you are interested in see y
Solomon Michoels in the movies go and view the ii
Soviet-released film "The Return of Nathan Becker"
choels, you remember, is the chairman of the Jewisn
Fascist Committee of Moscow, and was in the United o
on a visit last year.
THE LEAR SCHOOL
RE-OPENS OCTOBER 2ND
Co-ed Boarding and Day School
First Through Twelfth Grades
Registration Mornings _-
1010 West Avenue. Miami Beach PhoM *"^


FRIDAY.
OCTOBER 6, 1944
^J^istfhridli^ri
PAGE FIVE
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9 9
AMERICAN NOTES: The
African Jewish Conference is
. hreinning to show signs of
DOW begmm Rhough th.s v.taHty
vnrcsscs itself in memorandums
eXP. One of these memoran-
' is the request submitted
t British Government to re-
!^ rier its Palestine immigration
SC We hope that the Brit-
S Government will pay atten-
,"n to the hint that this request
expresses itself in memorandums
only
iThe British Government to re-
ader its Palestine immigration
policy We hope that the Brit-
ish G(
Sm be "heard at the forthcom-
ing session of the American Jew-
"h Conference ^ .. It is true that
he Jewish Labor Committee is
n>adv to leave the ranks of the
American Jewish Conference
Luld representatives of Jewish
Communists bodies be admitted
to its forthcoming session as full-
fledeed members? ... A Federal
bill to outlaw anti-Semitism in
the United States will soon be
introduced in both Houses of
Congress The projected bill
is the work of outstanding con-
stitutional lawyers and professors
prepared under the auspices of
the National Committee to Com-
bat Anti-Semitism ... It points
out that anti-Semitism is a potent
weapon in the hands of the
enemies of this country and tends
to destroy the unity of the na-
tion, dislocate the economic life
of the country and creates dis-
cord among the people of the
United States The bill urges
that Congress declare it unlawful
for any person to bring or cause
to be brought into the United
States anti-Semitic literature, or
use the U. S. mail for disseminat-
ing such literature ... It pro-
hibits the selling, distributing.
circulating, exhibiting or reading
to others of any kind of anti-
Jewish literature, and recom-
mends a fine of no more than
$5,000 or imprisonment for no
more than five years, or both,
for violation of any of the bill's
provisions.
CANADIAN NOTES: Jewish
leaders in Canada are very proud
of the fact that they succeeded
in uniting all American Jewish
organizations for the presentation
of a united front at the UNRRA
conference which just concluded
in Montreal Credit for this
achievement la given to Saul
Hayes, the 37-year-old lawyer,
who is the executive director of
the United Jewish Refugee and
War Relief Agencies, which
unites all Jewish relief groups in
Canada, and also director of the
Canadian Jewish Congress It
was the first time that the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference, the
American Jewish Committee, the
World Jewish Congress, the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
Agudas Israel agreed on a single
memorandum to an international
body This memorandum, ac-
ceptable to all groups, is said by
the Canadian Jewish Congress to
have been worked out by Mr".
Hayes ... We see that the Cana-
adian Jewish Congress claims
that there are enough Jews in the
Canadian armed forces today to
form a full strength infantry di-
vision The Bureau of War
Records maintained by the Con-
gress now lists more than 15.000
Jewish men and women who en-
listed in the Canadian Army and
in the Royal Canadian Air Force
. There are also about 500
Jews in the Navy The ratio
of Jewish enlistment to the Jew-
ish population in Canada stands
at 7.57 per cent, since there are
about 168,000 Jews in the Do-
minion.
LITERARY NOTES: In these
years of war and nervous tension,
it is quite a relaxation to read a
new book which has nothing to
do with "blood, sweat and tears"
. .'Especially a book like "Ana-
tole France" by Jacob Axelrad,
just published by Harpers .
It is a biography of the great
French writer written with a
deep feeling of love by an Ameri-
can Jewish author ... It is per-
haps the best biography of the
French master For Jewish
readers the book will be of spe-
cial interest because it brings out
the healthy influence which Mme.
Leontine de Caillavet, a woman
of long Jewish lineage whose
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maiden name was Lippmann. Ex-
erted on Anatole France It
was Mme. Caillavet who piayed
the most important role in
Frances life as his guiding star,
un. a Was to her thal h<-' was de-
voted for more than twenty-five
vears as a faithful lover The
role, wh'ch Anatole France piayed
n the Dreyfus case, displaying
tremendous zeal and appearing
i?. ^T.u0 defend Emil Zo'a who
started the fight against the Drey-
tus affair, will also be of great
interest to Jewish readers .
especially since Anatole France
was at one time accused of anti-
aemitism because he openly crit-
icized the rich Jews and those
who were betraying the spiritual
values of their own faith He
made no effort to answer those
who charged him with anti-Jew-
ish feeling ... His life was
enough of an answer ... His own
Leontine was a Jewess The
Calman-Leby brothers, his pub-
lishers and trusted friends, were
Jews Ludovic Halevy, the
eminent dramatist, a Jew. was his
intimate and admired friend .
Leon Blum was another initimate
iriend Charles Rappoport, a
Jewish emigree from Russia, was
considered by him to possess one
ot the rare minds of the world
and for a time had a great influ-
ence on him His views on
Jews were perhaps best expressed
when he wrote of Jules Darme-
steter, savant and expert on bibli-
cal lore: "He is a Jew. He has the
race of a Jew and the soul of a
.uW'uthe ODStinate. patient soul
that has never surrendered."
PERSONALITY NOTES: U. S
Army Headquarters of the Euro-
pean Theater of Operations does
not neglect'to give due credit to
Jewish chaplains Chaplain
Robert S. Marcus of New York,
who has been in the army four
years, has been especially singled
out in an Army announcement
... As chaplain for an air force
unit, he conducts services for
Jewish men of the fighter groups,
and travels near the front to pro-
vide religious services Visit-
ing a signal construction battalion
he ran into an- outfit composed
mostly of New Yorkers, many
from his own neighborhood .
"This is one of the greatest sur-
prises I ever had," he said. "In
all my Army experience I have i
never met a unit dominated bv
New Yorkers to the point where
a visit turned out to be old home
week" ... As a result of this un-
expected reunion. Chaplain Mar-
cus will hold services for this sig-
nal unit each week Chaplain
Marcus was formerly executive
director of the Joint Boycott
Committee of the American Jew-
ish Congress Another Jew-
ish chaplain mentioned by Army
headquarters is Capt. Samson A.
Shain from Sunnyside, L. I. .
He is bringing solace to Jewish
soldiers wounded in France and
now recovering in U. S. Army
hospitals in England Speak-
ing of being singled out for use-
ful services, we congratulate
Fred Schwartz on the occasion of
his receiving a Labor-Manage-
ment award at the Kaiser ship-
building yards for his useful sug-
gestions Schwartz came to
this country as a refugee five
years ago This is the second
award he has received from Kais-
er's for practical suggestions
which helped in the war effort
. Many will be interested to
learn that Alfred M. Cohen, hon-
orary president of the B'nai
Brith and former president, will
celebrate his 85th birthday on
October 19th ... He looks like
60 and is as active as a man of 50.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1236 Washington Avt.. Miami Beach
In New York: 76th St. i Amsterdam Avt
5-7777
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AMBULANCE
SERVICE
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1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
J.W.V. Commander Visits Hospital
>lfciml VS. Hmwf Ph
Archie M. Ureenberg, national Commander of the Jewish War Veteran*
of the United States, learns about the miracle* of modern artificial
limbs on inspection tour of San Diego (California) Naval Hospital.
Captain Harold D. Kirkham, M.C, in charge of plastic surgery ihe
hospital, tells Commander Creenberg, a disabled veteran of the first
World War, that the use of prosthetics has greatly aided the morale
of wounded service men. (I. to r.) Harry Apelman, Commander, Sasi
Diego Post, J.W.V.; Chaplain Emanuel Lifsehitc, Assistant District
Chaplain, Eleventh Naval District; Commander Creenberg and Captain
Kirkham, who is shown holding an artificial hand made by patients
at the hospital.
University Football
Tickets on ||e
Reserved Seats for Saturday's
Big Football Game Between
U. OF MIAMI
and
S. CAROLINA
Are Now On Sale At Burdine's.
Miami and Miami Beach and
the University of Miami
$1, $2, and S3, Plus Tax
Season Tickets on Sale all this
week buy one ticket for 9
games save money
INCREASING AUDACITY' OF
JEWS IS MERE CAMOUFLAGE
Stockholm (JTA)Recent com-
plaints in Nazi newspapers about
the "increasing audacity" of
Jews in Hungary are merely
"camouflage for further German
measures against Hungarian
Jews," the Swedish newspaper
Dagens Nyheter reports. It adds
that despite Swedish interven-
tion, thousands of Jews are still
being deported from Hungary.
The paper says that a Hun-
garian scientist now residing in
Sweden receives daily telegrams
from Hungarian Jews appealing
to him to procure safe-conduct
and other papers for them from
the Swedish foreign office.
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PHONE 2-4128
Graduation of the Gray Ladies
Class of 1944, Biltmore Unit, will
be held Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock in the chapel of the Army
Air Forces Regional Hospital No.
1 in Coral Gables.
Mrs. John W. Snyder, chairman
of Hospital and Recreation Corps
for Dade County chapter, Ameri-
can Red Cross, will present di-
plomas to the 47 women who
have successfully completed the
20 hour lecture course and 24
hour probationary period of work
in the hospital. Mrs. John Car-
mody, chairman of the Biltmore
Gray Lady Unit, will award the
pins to the graduates.
Gray Ladies provide friendly
service and, recreation for con-
valescent patients in military hos-
pitals. They "assist with the arts
and crafts program, distribute
magazines, books and games, and
by a hundred and one small serv-
ices help make the days of hos-
pital confinement pass more
quickly.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
Announcing The Opening October 3. 1944 of
NORMANDY SCHOOL JKEESm.
REGISTRATION BEGINNING SEPT. 26
Kindergarten Through High School-----Resident and Day School
TEL.6-1061 LEO HUBERMAN. Head Master
REMOVAL NOTICE
We are now in our new location
101-102 MERCANTILE BANK BLDG.
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Servicemen: You are cordially invited to make our office
your headquarters
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist Optician
Phone 5-2343
EUGENE J. WEISS
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces the Removal
Of His Offices
TO
514-517 CONGRESS BLDG.
NEW TELEPHONE NUMBERS
9-2463 9-2464


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER
Salvage Drive Continues
CLOTHING i DESTITUTE

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration is
staging an emergency collection of 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 cf vtypes of cotton garments should be
washed before they arc nated. 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, robes and pajamas for men and boys, coats, jackets,
skirts, dresses, smocks and niqhtwear for girls and women and
bedding of all kinds.
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
Composed of 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
This Important Message Made Possible Through the Cooperation of
CLOVER CLUB
118 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
CAPTAIN TOM'S FISH MART
28 N. W. North River Drive, Miami
SMILE'S RESTAURANT
1357 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
THE FIESTA
300 S. E. 1st St.. Miami
ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN
Chinese Food 272 W. Flagler St.
L. D. RAY BAGS CO.
901 N. W. 54th St., Miami
WALDRON TIRE CO.
2701 W. Flaaler St., Miami
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th St.. Miami
RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM
1389 N. W. 7th St., Miami
MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO.
1219 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
LA CUCARACHA NITE CLUB
2386 N. W. 62nd St., Miami
BALL 6, CHAIN
1513 S. W. 8th St., Miami
VALENTINO'S RESTAURANT
235 W. Flagler St.. Miami
EL BOLERO
3181 Coral Way, Miami
JOE & TONY'S GRILL
937 W. Flagler St.. Miami
VICK'S BAR & RESTAURANT
35 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami
SCHIFF'S FOOD MARKET
1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
HIALEAH CAB CO.
125 E. Okeechobee Rd. Phone 8-1003
BEACH CAB CO.
1048 5th St. Phone 5-3353
MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO.
1125 5th St.. Miami Beach
COOPERS LUNCHEONETTE
747 Washinqton Ave., Miami Beach
THOMAS AWNING CO.. INC.
1396 N. W. 36th St., Miami


Ln^QCTOBER 6, 1944
'"JewistFlcridiiar,
, MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE tmHtZlto^ZL M \ r
I *" The Jewiah E Board ____^^SfiLW^l!?S&
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
m Murray Kaplan, husband of
I/^ Ann Kaplan. 1318 Euclid
K Miami Beach, was reported
'jSii*".action in Belgium Sep-
i icrr.ber 6. _____
n Joseph B. Pomerance. a
ffwo'r in the Army, was in Au-
^ta Ga. fr a few weeks visit-
S his family prior to being sent
overseas again.____
aj* Schonfeld is now with the
tyry at sea.
Jick Bell, Miami Herald war
Pf-cspondi-nt wrote this week
that while in India he saw Lt.
jinjie Frank, son of Mr. and
Mrs Morns B. Frank of Miami
Beach. Bernie's in the judge ad-
vocate's office at a big Assam
base.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Gerstein.
2510 S. W. 20th St.. have been
notified by the War Department
that their son, 2nd Lt- Richard E.
Gmuin. AAF navigator, was
wounded over Germany on Sept.
5 Lt. Gerstein had lived in Mi-
ami for two years and was a stu-
dent at the University of Miami
when he entered the air corps.
PARADE!
A veteran of the African. Sici-
i,nd It;,llan campaigns, Corp.
Allan M. Greenfield, is one of a
group of returnees from overseas
Who are visiting relatives in Mi-
ami.
Accompanied by his wife, who
has been dividing her time be-
tween Miami and her parents'
home in Panama City. Corp.
Greenfield is visiting his mother.
Mrs. Anna Greenfield. 357 S W
18th Ter.
Norman Bernard Cabel. son of
oaiid Mrs- Gt'orRc H. Cabel,
1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, received his wings as a
i glider pilot and appointment as
flight officer at recent gradua-
tion exercises at Lubbock, Tex.
Aviation Cadet Kenneth M.
Meyenon. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Meyerson, 622 15th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, has been awarded his
silver wings in aerial gunnery
and is now stationed at Carlsbad,
N M., army air field for ad-
vanced training as a navigator
and bombardier. He is a Miami
Beach High school graduate and
for a time attended the Universi-
ty of Florida.
Captain Nathan Ginsberg is
back at his post in Harvard. Ne-
braska, after a 30-day mission in
England as Troop Commander.
| The holder of six campaign rib-
bons, including the Purple Heart
and the Air Medal with two clust-
ers, he was married to the former
Charlotte Frishman in this city
February 5, following a year's ac-
tive service in the South Pacific.
Mrs. Ginsberg is now living with
! her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Frishman. 1401 S. W. 15th St.
Captain Ginsberg is a native of
Kansas City.
Among recent Miamians to re-
tun, to the United States on
Army hospital ships were First
Lt. Isadore Mayers. 636 N. W.
Fifth Ave., and First Lt. John M.
Wolfberg, 9465 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Among Miamians who have
helped establish a world produc-
, tion record at an Air Service
Command depot in England by
repairing in less than seven
months 100,000 battle-damaged
flying instruments and returned
them to combat units now op-
crating over Europe was Corp.
Harry Nathan, brother of Mrs.
George Stone, 2127 S. W. 16th
Ter.
Staff Sgt. Sol H. Bernstein. 21,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bern-
stein. 1132 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach,__has been missing over
Germany since
August 6, it was
learned this
week.
A graduate of
Miami Beach
High school, Sgt.
Bernstein
attended the
University o f
Miami before
entering the
BERNsfEFN 194^ hta 20th
birthday.
Afater training as an gunner-
gunner, he went overseas with a
t lying Fortress crew shortly after
tne invasion of France. He had
been based in England.
KILLED IN ACTION
New York (WNS)Chaplain
Irving Tepper. who had served
in every campaign in the Eu-
ropean theatre, was killed in
action in France on Aug. 13,
t was announced here by the
National Jewish Welfare
Board. He was attached to an
infantry combat team.
Prior to entering the service
in 1942 Chaplain Tepper had
been director of Hapoel Ham-
israchi of New York and prev-
iously had occupied pulpits in
Rockford and Elgin, I1L He
was born in Chicago in 1913.
He is survived by his father,
Herman Tepper of Chicago.
Pvt Alfred Davidowitx. 22, of
Cleveland. O. In Italy.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Lt. Melville S. Jacobson. 29. of
Brooklyn. In New Guinea. Lt.
Jacobson volunteered to take
apart and study and unexplored
enemy bomb which went off as
he was examining it. Was award-
ed the Purple Heart.
S Sgt. Wallace E. Kirschner,
21,of the Bronx. Over Germany.
Pfc. Jacob J. Kalish, 25, of
Brooklyn. In Burma.
Pfc. Michael Kantrowitz. of
New York City. In Italy.
Cpl. Julius Klein, 23, of the
Bronx. In Italy.
T/S. Jacob G. Kaplan, 30, of
Brooklyn. In Italy.
Pvt. Daniel C. Marx. 19. of
Newark, N. J. Anzio beachhead.
Sgt. Jack Passoff. 30, of Brook-
lyn. Anzio beachhead.
Pvt. Hyman Rabinowitz, 24, of
Brooklyn. Battle of Cassino.
Lt. Eearle Lester Rosenfeld. 24,
of New York City. Mission over
Rumania. He is an Air Force
| navigator. He holds the Air Med/il
[ several Oakleaf Clusters, the Pur-
ple Heart and a special citation.
Pvt. Morton A. Katx. 19, of Uni-
versity Heights, O. In Italy.
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian, the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are, what
they are seeing and doing.
Sgt. Mitchell D. Cohen, 25, 5011
of Mrs. Dora Cohen, 411 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, is nose gun-
ner on a 15th AAF B-24. Gradu-
ate of Ohio State University, he
is a veteran of attacks on enemy
targets in Germany, France. Italy
and the Balkans.
Pvt. David S. Rosenthal, Route
1. Homestead, has returned to his
infantry unit in France after hos-
pitalization in Enland for shrap-
nel wounds in the back and right
leg sustained July 22 in Fiance.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Rosenthal, Homestead, he entered
the service in February- ______
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Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name .......___________________Serial No..
Home Address............._________________
Street City
Birth Date _________Birthplace...
State
Civilian Occupation..
Date Entry
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On duty in project engineer's
office at Cherry Point. N. C.
Marine corps base, is Pfc. Betty
Letaw, Miamian who joined the
women's reserve last January, j
She is a sister of Mrs. Sidney Bes-!
kind, 1900 S. W. Ninth St.. with
whom she made her home here.
Tech. Sgt. Melvin Schaffer.
1637 S. W. Sixth St.. dangled 17.-
000 feet above the ground in an
effort to free a hanging bomb bay
door which threatened to wreck
a bi bomber on landin.
Schaffer. a radio operator, real-
izing the potential danger to the
entire crew, made an attempt to
dislodge the doors. Finally he lo-
cated the door with his free foot,
and pushed with enough effort to
send it spinning to earth. The en-
gineer finally released the other
door by juggling the control
valve.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer, he entered the Army
Dee. 10, 1941. He is a graduate
of Miami Senior High school and
was active in the Miami "Y."
Pvt. Isadore Kressloff, 26, of
Philadelphia. At Saipan, two
months after sustaining wounds
early this year at Eniwetok. Pur-
ple Heart.
Pvt. Harry Rosensweig, 19, of
Brooklyn. In Italy. Purple Heart.
Pvt. Kurt T. Rossman, 21, of
New York City. Anzio beachhead.
Pvt. Morris Schechter. 23, of
Brooklyn. In Italy.
Pfc. Max Schorr. 21, of Brook-
lyn. At Bougainville. Purple
Heart.
Pvt. Richard E. Spero, 18, of
Cleveland Heights, Ohio. In Italy.
Lieutenant Paul Rice, 1886 S.
W. 16th St., was shot down on his
! 46th mission over the Ploesti oil
; fields in Romania and was im-
prisoned in the small town of
| Timis, near Bucharest. When Roi
: mania capitulated to the Allies on
, Aug. 23, Rice was one of 1,125
i American airmen who were
I freed.
Lieutenant Rice a bombardier
and a holder of the Air Medal
with three Oak Leaf clusters is
now in Miami with his family.
Allied Force Headquarters.
ItalyJewish Wacs of the Medi-
terranean Theater of Operations,
who long have taken a leading
part in religious activities of this
theater, assisted with the services
when military personnel of the
Jewish faith celebrated their
High Holy Days.
Within military expediency, of-
ficers and enlisted personnel of
the theater may take time off
from work to observe the holi-
days, it was announced by the
commanding general. Wherever
necessary, transportation will be
provided to the services.
More than 30 different centers
in Italy, North Africa and France
will conduct service with five
services scheduled within the
radius of Allied Force Headquar-
ters in Italy. Fifteen Jewish chap-
lains will officiate all over the
theater. Wherever Wacs are sta-
tioned, they will be prominently
featured in the services, particu-
larly in the recitations of special
prayers. They also will assist in
decorating the pulpits and will
act as hostesses at New Year
(Rosh Hasanah) socials.
Pvt. James Jay Schlecker, 22,
of Brooklyn. Wounded in com-
' bat during the Rapido River bat-
, tie. Received Purple Heart.
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J2!EAJL_OCTOBER 6-
NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
The Ladies Auxiliary have
adopted a very fine program in
cooperation with the new Hous-
ing Association on Miami Beach
in attempting to locate housing
facilities for local service men.
returnees and their families. The
Housing Association has received
a lot of favorably publicity in
recent news items and the women
are to be commended for their
efforts in this regard. The mem-
bers! together with the B'Nai
B'Rith members and office per-
sonnel, are beginning a house-
to-house canvas in order to as-
certain the available housing
units and the OPA ceiling rentals
thereon. When these units are lo-
cated, they will be made avail-
able to service men at the price
they are able to pay and any dif-
ference between that price and
the ceiling will be absorbed \ix
the Apartment House Associa-
tion.
In addition, the Association is
guaranteeing to landlords a full
vear's rental on the housing ac-
commodations in the event that
tenants obtained under this plan
are called away from Miami
Beach unexpectedly.
The A. D. L. office has been
quite active in the organization I
of this project and original credit
is due to the high-minded civic-minded property owners oi
Miami Beach.
I understand that then
fund of approximately $50.00
available to absorb rental.- foi
service men and the entire pro-
ject is one of the finest good will
uri ever undertaken bv the
citizens of this community.
Congratulations are in order to
Brothers Joe Kolber, George
Rachlin and Harry Schwartz upon
their recent maternity. I am ad-
vised that in each case a girl
arrived and all parties are doing
well.
The first tri-chapter social af-
fair of the local B'Nai B'Rith
Girls Club was held last Sunday
at the Women's Club in Miami.
This club, much to your surprise.
is under the sponsorship of B'Nai
B'Rith and the Advisory Com-
mittee of the Ladies Auxiliary.
To those of you whose daughters
may be members, their activities
and accomplishments may not be
new, but to those who send in
their dues checks (and some who
don't i these girls have been doing
a splendid job in community serv-
ice ami conduct weekly meetings
Including cultural activities.
Their work cannot be minimized
due to lack ol publicity so if vou
an- ever called upon to lend a
helping hand in furthering any
of the projects, please cooperate.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday, October loth at the Mi-
ami Beach YMHA and in addi-
tion to refreshments, an interest-
ing program will he provided.
The agenda includes main im-
portant items ol business and
should he well attended.
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' Tills column li coniluctrtd by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation in
.....peraflon with Tin* Jewish World-
Ian ;is ;i community service To inform
ih>- community of your organization's
i tivitiee and to >id conflicts in
latea phone 1-5411 and a-tk for
"Community Calendar." Notification
must retach Federation no later than
lay for publication that week.)
Friday. October 6th:
r2xei-utl\.....mmlttee meet Ins >(
t he Ui tat Mln l*wl*li Feilei -
l"":' i "otiiti ess lilclg :: p in.
Tuesday. October 10th:
M .1 I '! > || I I.. .1- ,. I
Y. \' Ih Sholem
Idfte ind tuxlllar- lleai h V 8
i' in
Wednesday. October 11th:
H ii km< ii.- 'li : I ir ini h Ka
ommil tee meel In a, JO
] in I'opulatiun Si Meet Ina,
T< n pli l rai I, j mi |i hi all work-
trmy-Nam) i-ummlttee meet-
I i '' i I p in.
Sunday. October 15th:
i lei luui s, hiHil Indui i ion ever-
ils.es and lltirarj prexentatlon, Beth
i.i "i. evi Ins I taught- i "f the
li vleh Wai Veteran* card party,
Miami v. to p in
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Bervlces announced through Qreatei
M ami Rabbinical Ajawclatlon an
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. B. 19th
St.. Reform. Services conducted dj
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Habbatn eve
services Frldaj evenlnat, October jjth,
Itil, B IS p m Sermon: "How Can
We See Clod's Glory?" Concludlni
Rukoa and Torah service Sunda) eve-
ning;. October Bth, n-ii. v 15 P '" A"-
nuai combined Sukoa service and re-
jolcini with the l.nv. Officers and
members: of the congregation iu
participate In the Torah proceaslon.
Honda) morning, October 9th, ;'"
11 in Set mon "What Kn w<
Concluding Mil.-- and Memorial serv-
ice
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Conservative Habbath, Flida) eve
nlna. October 6th, Kabbalas fthabbas
, 6:46 p in s.i i ui da) morning
I mi en i in Rabbi Irving Lehrman
mi pi eai h mi ' Junior i ong sei vices al 10 a m
| HoHhai : Kabbah Hundaj. i Ictobei B
,i 9 ;i in Spei I ii Junloi sen Ice for
i children of the religlo is i hooli ii
m sii.niliii Atseres Sunda) ev
nlng. October 8. 7 P m Monday, Octo-
bei i. i .i in Bel mon nnd Memoi lal
xer\ li i" 10 n m Sermon topic "A
Ran K' union Junloi Ren i' 10
a in sim, has Toiih Monda) evening,
October :. 7 p m All children are In-
vited to Attend Refi shments ill be
served following clnee of services
M.inii. ol Centei Sisterhood will be
hoeteaaei Tueeda) morning, Octol>ei
10, 9 i in Cantor Emanuel Barkan
ill chani ai .ill < i \ Ice*
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 5% s. W. 17th Ave.
Cthodox. Frlda) evening services at
7 o'clock Saturda) morning al 8 Sue-
cos services Sunda) evening ai 7,
Monda) morning al 9 Rabbi Simon
Apni ill address Ihi worshipers on
Monda) morning prior to Vizkor on '
Memi Mon,1.1\ evening, :
Sinchaa Torah services ai 7 o'clock
A reception ill follow Tui sd I
itk>i nlng services at 9 \ eptli m will
follow Schaarel /- i-k Talmud Torah,
1545 M \\ Ird 81 will have sen Ices
I" ui.i-. evening .it 7 'omblned
Ices Saturday morning al a. m. i
Rabbi Simon April will preach on the
|m>i i on of the law. Sunda) i ighl
Sui cos service! al 7 p, m Slmchs -
services Mondn v venlng al 7
p in A reception "ill follow 'I'm l i
nil -hi :. .ii with Rabbi
\in ii |>i eai hlng ..ii "The Role of tlw ,
Torah
BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Conserv-
ative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
Frlda) evening services at 11:15: an
tintg Shabai will follow the services
Hostesses will be Mis Chas Tobln
ami Mrs I: V il anal Rabbi Leon j
Kromsh will preach. Sermon topic
ui be "Prom ii inn,. How Shall we
Bi Fi ed Sabbath morning at 10 '
a in Sunday evening Shemlnl Atseres
services al h 15 sermon topli will be I
'Why We 1'iay in I'ubllc?" Monda)
morning Ocl 9 al 10 s m Sermon
topli The Will to Live Visitor I
services al 11 a m Slmchaa Torah I
Monda) veiling al 7 SO p m
Adults are invited to the service espe-
cial!) .i foi i he hlldren A
part) will follow tendered bj the
Siaterl..... etti What la Tin .ih"'
\ Sinn ii.i- Torah luncheonette will be
tendered II.....iigregrata bi the Si-i-
h.....I I in medial el) following the
-.i \ |i ,-
Notes Of
M. H. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
Y FORUM GROUP
Are you or are you not in favor
of a fourth term for the President
of the United States? Whatever
your opinion may be, you must
admit that it is a timely topic.
This will be discussed at the next
meeting of the "Y" Forum Group
which will be held at the "Y"
on Wednesday evening. October
11, at 8:30 o'clock. Prominent per-
sons will discuss each side of the
question, after which the matter
will be taken up by the audience.
All persons are urged to attend.
DANCING CLASSES
First of the Fall activities for
children was started last Wednes-
day afternoon with the Dancing
Classes, under the direction of
Miss Audrey Floyd. We were
very fortunate in obtaining the
services of Mrs. Ruth Emanuel
as piano accompanist.
All children from 6 years and
up are eligible to
classes which are h"lH ,th**
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night as well as Yom Kippur day.
Services were conducted bv Rab-
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
|.'n,i;i> i-vt-iitng Hab-
bath ii,.? ... shaloeh
Seudos nl '. in Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff !ii preai li on Integrit) '
ilosh ii..... Ral .' be held
Sunda Khamlnl \<
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venlng nt morning
.it '. Cantor Maur.ce Mamchcs ml
lal
service II h" \|. da)
morning, ..,, D)
R bl>l \l.....* i he Mi, 'ii. .
i 'on munlo V Sin T aei
:, M II III .. .... jn| ,,,
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BETH DAVIO CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
I lay < venlng wi vices .it 7 i', sm.
urda) !.. .... ii,......,,, juding
days of the Kestlvnl ,.t Tabernacles
w ''i .in! Sun,I,. \ evening al
sunael Vlscor" -,r memorial services
"ill be held Monda) morning ..i 10
al srhli h lime the Rabbi will
speak ,, |i Mm, Wrald?" Rabbi Mas
Shapiro nnd Cantor Abraham Fried-
man will nffl. ati SI .,11 sei vices
Mondnv evening al 7 M Slmchas
,,'", t, .:" ,:''"'" ihk: ov< i fhe l-i "
i.ii.i.l Rhaplm win speak on the sub-
' Th iliOv Moral Pode!" Reg.
1......'I Bui ii. Part) f..i the
'' a-lll lake place this
s 'Pda; ii on ing si 10 ,.-, loch Parent*
to reglstei Ihelr children
;' he da Hebrew School as w.n aa
Runday hV r>- >!
The Army and Navy Commit-
tee sponsored a dance Saturday
night ;tt Sher Memorial hall for
all nun in the service. WACs
and Spars. Mrs Kalmutz was
hostess.
Beth El services in honor of
the Festival of Tabernacle were
held Sunday night at 8 p. m.
Services were also held Monday
.
and Tuesday mornings at 9 a m.
Prayers were said in the special
booth built for the occasion.
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held
its regular meeting at Sher Me-
morial hall Tuesday night. The
program for the evening; was
"Anti-Defamation." in charge of
Jack Kappner, program chair-
man.
Temple Israel held services
Sundav night at 7:30 p. m. at the
Temple. 2014 Broward Ave.. pre-
sented by members of the Tem-
ple Religious School. A reception
followed. Dr. Carl N. Hermans
sermon subject was The Art of
Giving Thanks."
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