The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
WZUME 17 NUMBER 41
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
POPULATION SURVEY BEGINS OCTOBER 15
I PLANS FOII
PISE IIIES
A joint lecture and concert se-
ries sponsored by the Town and
Beach "Y's" was announced this
The series will open on Sun-
day November 5, with Maurice
Samuel, brilliant publicist, au-
thor translator and lecturer: au-
thor' of "The Great Hatred."
The World of Sholem Alei-
cnem," Harvest in the Desert"
and manv other books. Mr.
I Samuel will speak on a timely
subject.
Others in the series are: busie
| Michael and Maurice Friedman
in the "Cavalcade of Jewish
Music"; Molly Picon, famous
comedienne who has entertained
millions of people; and Harry
Gendel. formerly of the Artef
Players, whose original interpre-
tation of humorous monologues
and character sketches has
placed him in great demand.
Joseph Rambam. chairman of
the Beach "Y" Cultural commit-
1 tee, in commenting about the
(series said, "We hope through
I the lecture and concert series
planned jointly by both "Y's"
to present to the Jewish com-
Imunity a project that will <) >
1 the most good for the greatest
(number ol people."
I David C. Willner. chairman of
(the Town "Y" Cultural commit-
I tee remarked, "We feel that this
I joint sponsorship is a step for-
ward toward better community
I planning. Renowned artists who
(will appear here this coming
Istason under the joint sponsor-
Iship of both "Y's". will fill a
lions felt need in this commu-
I mty."
I Series tickets will be avail-
able in the offices of both "Y's".
[-
IHDLLANO JEWS
FORCED LABOR
Maastricht. Holland (JTA)
[Three-fourths of the 140.000
|ws who resided in Holland be-
Iore the German occupation
lere deported to "unknown des-
ignations' by the Gestapo, this
Itwrtspondent has established.
|About 80,000 of them had resid-
|w m the Netherlands for gener-
I'UOtlS.
^ AUhough in great danger,
KSi'V" Ho"a'>d actively partic-
ipated ,n hiding Allied airmen.
KS!inn* fa,se identity docu-
KLV'T them and helping
Irnnt ""* into Belgium en
Ium Er>Kland. the correspon-
F was told. Some of the air-
K2.K*1'"" Weltered in places
men Sl,rvcd as hidcouts for
BniK e,vadme deportation from
5 I" this way hundreds
Imm vi ,-.;"1"l,u'n were saved
Iff he Gestapo.
milWs ,n Holland, received
IS r"u"h(' deal from the
Run at.even ,nt' Jows of Bel"
Kt th nrance' n'v the fact
| Gestapo men accepted
fL'J. ne of them. The
EKVven Provided "Aryan"
No in ("um,n,s for Jews who
rthem'1 D"sltlnn to pay well
JEWISH BOOKS GIVEN
TO NEW LIBRAE? HERE
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion announced this week that I
Mrs. Moses Krieger through her
attorney. Harry Simonhnlf. has
announced the contribution of
the sum of $500 for a collection
of Jewish books tO the Jewish
Library of Greater Miami spon-
sored by the Bureau. The col-!
lection will be known as the
Moses Krieger Memorial Collec- !
tion. A plaque will be set up',
| in his honor, and his name
memorialized in every book of
the collection.
The Jewish Library of Great-
er Miami was started several
months ago and has succeeded
thus far in collecting several
hundred volumes on Jewish con-
tent in Hebrew, Yiddish, and
English. The purpose of the li-
brary is community-wide and its
intention is to serve youth and
adults. It is temporarily housed
at 319 Congress building. We
invite the public to visit our li-
brary and contribute books and
periodicals to the library.
I-
tLECTS OFFICERS
INI EXECUTIVES
n-i-ak Stanley C. Myers. Honorary
GERMAN JEWS HELD President of Federation, was the
FOR TNVF^TTCiATTON mam speaker at a rally last
I Ufl IWVfcOnWUKJn Wodncsday addressing volunteer
T ioup Rolwi.im (TTAi T.,'enumerators for the Jewish Pop-
ishLlnfember.f T thf AssT^-iaUon l":'t'" Survey to get under way
The Greater Miami Army-.
Navy committee of the National \ afrivaLhcre/u S Jewish Welfare board elected! ?har*ed with collaborating with
Front and the Maquis movement |s,h community. He stated that
and held for investigation, this "\Jf. U"" ** tremendous ben-
correspondent learned* upon his jg &""^tf JK2"
officers and an executive com-
inittee. when the committee-of-
the-whole of the organization
met last Sunday morning. Mr.
Monte Selig presided in the ab-
sence of Mr. Sam Blank, chair-
man. Reports of the various ac-
tivities of the committee were
rendered.
the German occupation authori-
ties.
It is estimated here that at
least 35.000 Jews were reported WS}}1* jfiSSrl ,Mia
from Belgium. Among them I l?.'?.00JT,?,;J< WS ai
were members of the Associa- .t^t'.f .cou.,s^no "e. c
jews of mat
RETURNING HIE
ARE IN DIRE NEED
New York (JTA)A declara-
tion by the Allied powers en-
dorsing the proposal for the es-
tablishment of Palestine as a
Jewish Commonwealth was
urged by Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. With victory for
the United Nations assured, now
is the proper time for issuance of
such a statemen. Dr. Goldstein
die hired.
Speaking at a press conference
devoted to the forthcoming an-
nual conference of the ZOA.
which will open on Oct. 11 at the
St. Charles Hotel in Atlantic City.
Dr. Goldstein stressed the neces-
sity for American Jews to give
economic assistance to the Jewish
community of Palestine since
"political guarantees alone will
not build Palestine."' He an-
nounced that the ZOA plans to
raise $1,000,000 within the next
three years for the establishment
in Palestine of a colony bearing
its name.
Although the formal open-
ing of the convention will
take place on Saturday eve-
ning. October 14th. a number of
major functions are scheduled
beginning Thursday, October
12th, including sessions of tne
pre-convention advisory com-
mittee and of the national ZOA
executive committee. The ban-
bath dinner on Friday evening
will be devoted to a symposium
on Jewish youth and on Satur-
day, following Sabbath services,
there will be held an OneR
Shahbath devoted to the theme
of Hebrew.
tion cf Jews in Belgium. The
Chief Rabbi, who was the head
of the organization, was arrest-
Unanimously elected to again I &&! tf S^ASA
S-m Rnk Innth^ camp where he was held. The
Sam Blank as chairman. Others, .d also forced hi t wash
Chosen were Monte Selig and.fcie latrincs. He was freed by
Carl Weinkle, vice chairmen: the arrival of the Allied troops.
Mrs. Herbert Wallach, secretary. __________________
On the executive committee:
Rudy Adler. George Bertman.
Mrs. George Chertkof. Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Abe Goldman, Louis
Heiman. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs.
PLACE CHILDREN
OF JEWISH PEOPLE
Paris (JTA) One of the
bravest epics of the war and the
German occupation is being re-
vealed with the parents from
whom they were separated in
order to save them from depor-
tation.
The details of the greatest hu-
man rescue set-up since the
American underground railway
of pre-civil war days are just
now coming to light. Catholic
aided
priests and Protestants
Jews in placing half of the Jew- obtained. One of the most im-
the men and women in the serv-
ice, it will also be of untold
value in helping different or-
ganizations in the community to
plan their growth. He asked
whether Greater Miami had
nd stated
ould give
the answer now, but after the
survey is over the community
will have an accurate picture on
which to base its plans for fu-
ture activities.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, co-chair-
man with Mrs. Monte Selig of
the volunteer enumerators, pre-
sided.
M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of
the Population Surrey Plan-
ning committee, told how he and
his staff, together with approxi-
mately twenty office volunteers
under Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, had
been working regularly since
August 1st to prepare all the
various forms necessary for the
survey. Every Jewish organiza-
tion in Greater Miami co-operat-
ed in making their membership
lists available to the population
survey. According to Mr. Kope-
lowitz, there will be months of
tabulation and computation nec-
essary before all the figures are
finally in. He stated that we
will be able to tell not only how
many Jewish residents there are
in Greater Miami, but also
where they live. We will know,
too, added Mr. Kopelowitz. what
percentage of our people have
been in the armed forces. In
addition, such other factors as
citizenship, age distribution, or-
ganizational affiliations, will be
ledge of what percentage of our
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Ada Joseph, Mrs. Murray Koven.
Dave Phillips. Fred Shochet. task of hiding youngsters. While
William Singer, Mrs. Miriam many families managed, mdivid-
ish children in Paris in the portant factors will be a knew-
countryside with friendly
Frenchmen or spiriting them out
of the country.
After July. 1942, when the
Germans suddenly swooped
down on the Jewish quarter of |
Paris and arrested 20,000 women ;
and children. the remaining i
Jews began the underground I
Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. George Wolpert. Harry
Zukernick. Ex Officio; Chap-
lain Sol Kraft, Chaplain Carl
Miller, A. P. Gannes, Maurice
Grossman, Gus Jacobson. Jack
Marash. Rabbi Albert Michaels.
Alexander Miller, Joseph Rose.* ganization.
M
[" '"A i-Liberated Pol-
I Am ;VU 'timp representatives
ation" tn J,w,sh relief oran-
ommi,, l'ha'"nan of the Polish
Settee of National Liberation
k e. correspondent of the
n Telegraphic Agency.
ARE MORE THAN 500.000
JEWS IN U^S. FORCES
New York (JTA)Disclosing
that more than 500.000 Jews are
in the American armed foi
Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines. Ad
ministrator of Veterans Affairs.
told the annual convention din-
ner of the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States that the
Jewish people have payed a
great part in the present \\ar.
Verdun. France 7jTA)-The
extent t, which the Germans
sought to annihilate the Jews n
Prance, even in the smallest vil
lages is best M,n in the vicinity
of Verdun where m the vUlajJ
of Eta.n. where there were only
four Jewish families, not a single
Jew was found.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, and Nat
Rothberg. Jewish Welfare board
director.
A planning committee to de-
; vise projects of service and the
carrying out of additional acti-
vities of the organization was in-
stituted. Elected to serve were:
Sam Blank. Monte Selig Carl
Weinkle. Mrs. Herbert Wallach.
Dave Phillips. Nat Roth. Mrs.
Monte Selig. Herbert Sher. Jake
Sher and Fred Shocket.
The nominating committee
was composed of Fred Shochet.
chairman: Joseph Stem, Harry
Zuckernick. Joe Rose and
George Wolpert.
ONLY 85 VILNA JEWS
ESCAPE NAZI SLAVERY
Tallinn. Estonia (JTA)Only
about 85 men and women of the
thousands of Vilna Jews who
were sent by the Germans to
slave labor in Klooga, Estonia.
succeeded in escaping the mas-
sacre earned out by the Nazis
on Sept. 19. two days before the
retreat of the German army
from Estonia, this correspondent
established upon his arrival
'They remained in barracks at
the Klooga camp. 35 miles from
Tallinn, until two days before
the German retreat.
ually. to place their children
with French families, three or-
ganizations undertook mass
placement. They were the OSE
the Jewish Health Society
the Federation of Jewish Socie-
ties and the Zionist Youth Or-
JEWISH PROPERTY
TAKEN Bl VICHY
TO BE RETURNED
Paris (JTA)Jewish proper-
ty confiscated under the anti-
Jewish laws of the Vichy regime
will be returned to the former
owners, it was officially an-
nounced here. This was decid-
ed at a cabinet meeting this
week.
It is understood that a special
office will be established by the
government to take up the
claims of Jews requesting the
return of their confiscated pos-
sessions. Many complications are
novsky, conducted a dispensarv! expected, since thousands of
there. The federation placed! Jews whose property was con-
Dr. Eugene Minkowski, presi-
dent of the OSE, directed much
of this risky campaign. In two
years the OSE hid 600 children
in northern France and 2.500 in
the southern part of the coun-
try. A similar job was under-
taken by Mme. Rebecca Youch-
novsky, who was in charge of
the Paris office of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Societies, while
her husband. Dr. Aaron Youch-
700 children.
fiscated were among those de-
ported to extermination camps
in Poland.
Many administrators of "Ar-
yanized" Jewish property disap-
peared after the liberation of
Paris. It is assured that they
either retreated with the Ger-
man armies, or changed their
VERY STRICT CURFEW
IMPOSED INJ>ALESTINE
Jerusalem (JTA)The strict-
est curfew ever introduced by
the British administration in
Palestine on the Jewish section places of residence in order to
was lifted this week. For six i a v o i d punishment. However,
days no Jew was permitted to many Jewish enterprises "Ar-
leave his home for twelve hours yanized" by Vichy officials were
daily beginning with 6 p. m. listed with the central Jewish
The curfew was imposed after body established in Paris under
the assassination of Assistant! the occupation to deal with af-
Police Superintendent T. J. Wil- I fairs of the Jewish community,
kins by two unknown men as and are now in the hands of
he was walking to police head-
quarters here. Armored police
cars patrolled the Jewish quar-
ter of the city to enforce the
curfew. A country-wide search
has not turned up the two as-
sassins.
Jewish leaders here.
Are you getting ready for the
Sixth Liberty Loan Drive? It
starts in a few short weeks now
and we should put it over the top
quickly.

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Mr. and Mrs. I. Langncr have
returned to their home, 2283 S.
W. 17th Street, after spending
the summer in New York.
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pfieffer.
who have been spending some
time in Akron, Ohio, have re- |
turned to their home, 585 N. E. |
58th Street.
Mrs. Anna Berow, 1012 3rd
Street, has returned after spend-
ing several weeks in Chicago.
Among those who have been
vacationing in Hendcrsonville,
N. C, and returned to t heir
homes, are Mrs. Jennie Seiden,
1816 S. W. Uth Terrace; Mrs.
Joe Patterson, 2035 N. W. Flak-
ier Terrace, and Mrs. Max Hal-
pern, 556 N. E. 57th St.
Jack Seitlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Seitlin. 418 N. W.
5th St.. is among those who suc-
cessfully passed the state dental
examination, and is now li-
censed to practice here. At the
present, he is a Lt. (jg) with the
Navy, stationed in Corpus Chris-
ti. Lt. Seitlin and wife were
quests of his parents for the holi-
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
will leave Sunday for Atlantic
City, where they will attend the
funeral directors' convention.
They will visit in New York be-
lore returning.
Celebrating her birthday in an
unusual fashion, Mrs. Ida Spi-
vack, of 905 Michigan Ave..
Miami Beach, will observe the
anniversary October 11th by ask-
ing all her friends to volunteer
in defense work as a gift to her.
She is a sector leader and may
be reached at 5-1031.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wirth. 820
Jefferson Ave.. announce, the
birth of a daughter October 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess.
3701 Chase Ave.. announce the
birth of a daughter October otn
at St. Francis Hospital.
A son, Robert Michael, was
born to Dr. and Mrs. Denis P.
Quittner. 4475 Nautilus Drive,
September 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stern. 841
West Ave.. announce the birth
of a son on October 4th at St.
Francis Hospital.
ENGAGEMENT
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Augustine
announce the birth of a son.
Stephen Garry, at Sarasota on
October 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Nuss-
baum. 441 15th St.. Miami Beach,
recently returned from their
home in Paterson. N. J.. where
they have been staying since
June.
W. D. Singer is in New York
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne
and family have returned from
an extended $rip throughout the
West.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of
Chicago, 111., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
cia Dorothy, to Stanley David
Tanenbaum. Ph. M. 3/C USNR.
son of Dr. Charles Tanenbaum.
2101 S. W. 11th St.. Miami. Miss
Smith attends the University of
Illinois. Her fiance is on active
sea duty, and before going into
the Navy attended Gainesville
University and the University of
Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman
and daughter, Lorraine, have re-
turned home after a five weeks'
trip in Georgia. Mr. Adelman
visited in New York and Mary-
land while away.
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
| have returned home after spend-
ing three weeks in the North.
Mrs. Jerome E. Freeh ling. 1231
S. W. 19th Ter.. and her guest,
Mrs. Lionel B. Lindheimer. who
also has been visiting her son.
Seaman 2/c Lionel Lindheimer.
USNR. will leave for Chicago.
Mrs. Lindheimer's home. After
visiting there for two weeks Mrs.
Freehling will visit her daughter,
Miss Jeanne Freehling, a fresh-
man at the University of Ala-
bama, in Tuscaloosa. She will re-
turn to Miami Nov. 10.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13,
JEWS OF UKRAINE
M IN DIKE E|
Moscow (WNS) !.=,.
bers of Jews returning T'
liberated homes in the UfcJS
and Byelurossia. arc jn Ho?me
ate need. arrnrrfin.. .." 2cswr-
ate need, according to 2?
Chobrutskv XEHLP s?muel
he
-id
"corcsen-
asKSw*,
Louis Bloomfield is a patient
at Jackson Memorial Hospital,
where he is recuperating from
an operation.
Ready to Paint
Furniture
Use your own ingenuity
and imagination ... se-
lect sturdily built good
looking unpointed furni-
ture pieces and make
your own color schemes!
Apartment dwellers espe-
cially will like these com-
pact space-savers.
Wall bookcases buy
all or some of the pieces.
Corner case $6.98
End $3.98
Center $5.98
Kidney-shaped
vanity $3.98
Step-stool $1.98
MIAMI STORE,
HOUSBWARBS,
IMl'Tll PDOOR
Pfc. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf
and daughter are spending 10
days here with Mrs. Mackauf's
kparente, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
l Berkowitz. They will return
Monday to Gulfport, Miss.
Captain Maurice Serotta this
week passed his Florida State
Dental Board Examination. Since
his graduation from the Universi-
ty of Illinois, Captain Serotta has
been stationed at an Army Air
Force Base Hospital. He was also
admitted to practice in his home
state of New York, in the spring
of 1943. Captain Serotta in June
1943 married Dorothy Anne Le-
vin, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Levin of 430 N. E. 29th St.
The Serottas expect to make their
home in Miami after the war.
Mrs. Freda Klivitzky. of
Washington. D. C, is a house
guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Berk-
owitz.
Mrs Marie Balaban has re-
turned to her home. 1334 Wash-
ington Avenue, after an extend-
ed stay in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Roths-
child are now in their new home.
1601 S. W. 14th Street.
Successful applicants for li-
censes to practice dentistry who
appeared before the Florida State
Board of Dental Examiners in
Jacksonville. Sept. 18 to 21. In-
cluded from the Miami area:
Herbert Stanley Levin. David
Loveman. Jack Seitlin. Donald M.
Michnoff and Bertram J. Trop-
auer.
Dental hygienists successfully
completing their examinations in-
cluded Marjoric L. Bitter and
Ruth S. Alpert and Annette
Moss, both of Miami Beach.
Announcement is being made
of the engagement of Miss Bar-
bara Hope Koven to Lt. Norman
Brown. USNR. by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Koven,
1890 S. W. 21st St. No date has
been set for the wedding.
Miss Koven was graduated
from Miami High school and now
is in her junior year at the Uni-
versity of Miami where she is a
member of the Alpha Epsilon
Phi social sorority and Mu Beta
Beta Sigma, honorary zoology
fraternity.
Lieutenant Brown, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Brown, of Rich-
mond, Va.. was graduated from
Jefferson High school, at Rich-
mond and received his degree in
Business Administration at the
University of Virginia, at Char-
lottesville, Va., where he was a
member of the Phi Epsilon Pi
social fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon
honorary journalism fraternity
and Phi Beta Pappa honorary
scholastic fraternity.
He received his navy training
at Northwestern university in
Chicago and has served overseas
for two years. He is now stationed
in Texas awaiting orders for the
South Pacific area.
Leo Gruhow, Moscow wBm
tative of the wSETJgX
Most of these Jews were T
uated on sudden notice and,!;
with nothing but the ninth. eft
their backs Especiallv hwt ,n
is the plight of BSfcfffi
mg long and severe winters I,:
only the barest of clothing
protect them. c'tninE to
The Moscow representative of
1 the Russian War Relief emnhf
I sizes in particular the need or
cjoth.ng soap, medical suopfi
The plain fact is that eVm
area where the Germans stayed
has been picked clean."
Aid to all classes of Russian
citizens is extended without C
crimination on the score of crpwi
or nationality said the agentTt
the Russian War Relief. "I hay
seen many Jewish people aided
by Soviet agencies distributing
States" bV thC Un^
BLANK AND AUGUSTTO
SPARK THE TYPHOONS
Coach Bill Harkncss of the Mi-
ami Beach High school football
Typhoons, in announcing his
starting lineup, revealed Center 1
Jerry Blank and Guard Arthur!
August had been elected co-cap-
tains for the season. Jerry is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank
and Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack August.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig left
by plane Sunday for an extend-
ed trip to New York. Chicago,
and California. They will be
gone about six weeks. Mr. Selig
is president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
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850 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
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He will carry a full line of
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^Je^isiiflcridiafj
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
PAGE THREE
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FYES ON ZIONISTS: Britis
rclcs are keepinff an eye p
h
are Ktvp"* "-->v Of!
St flirtations with Soviet
Si A British report reach-
Ji r.-rlain individuals in this
SmSyfrarddy admits that "the
Sins arc extremely interested
m Palestine and are beginning
' chow some signs of sympathy
tor Zionism" ... Although em-
phasizing that the change from
Soviet hostility to Zionism is
-very slight," the report consid-
ers this change to be "of first
importance" .... The report pre-
dicts that the Zionist might easily
urn towards powerful Russian
support, if they fail elsewhere
" Furthermore, it reveals that
there have already been some
contacts between Zionist leaders
and Russia, 'though only sha-
dowy ones, not of an abnormal
kind' "We shall probably
see more of this," the British
document says ... It points out
that the whole Middle Eastern
question is going to be as vital
politically after the war as it
was militarily during the war
And it goes on to emphasize
that the center will be Pales-
tine "Powerful considera-
tions make it necessary to satis-
fy both the Arabs and the Jews."
the report says. "Neither can be
dropped, or deeply hurt without
risk of serious reactions" ... It
lists the partition of Palestine
among the Dossible solutions, but
it adds that Zionists hate parti-
tion Another solution sug-
gested is continued British rule.
with concessions to the Jews and
compensation to the Arabs .!
|These compensations arc to in-,
cluije the establishment of a i
pan-Arab Federation and some
|cash for any dispossessions.
POLITICAL ECHOES: It can,
I now be predicted with certainty I
I that no Jewish delegation from i
Russia will participate in the |
World Conference which the I
I World Jewish Congress is con-'
poking for next month Lead-
ers of the World Jewish Congress i
Ihoped that such a delegation!
[would come to New York where i
|tht' conference is scheduled to I
[take place Original copies I
of election campaign speeches bv
[three Republican governors'
[which which had been sent out;
[over the wires of all news i
[agencies to newspapers through-
hot the country were ordered
[killed" three hours before re- ;
[lease time because they con-j
[tamed expressions which minor-1
[itygroups might have considered
[objectionable The governors
[-Warren of California. Green of
[Illinois and Baldwin of Connect-
icut-rejected the speeches pre-
pared for them by G.O.P. Na-
tional Committee campaign
| headquarters in New York for
[Delivery over a coast-to-coast
[rtoio hook-up The Gover-
inors then went n the air with
nstically icvised addresses .
[Jewish leaders in the United
E? gP^wHy those Interest-
|w in the Rumanian situation.
F* seriously disturbed over a
RPort from Mexico that ex-King ,
fcoi is negotiating with the
la.J. Ambassador Constantine
K*"*1 for his return to the
k .V J(ws wil1 never for-
fci. lnf:,mous anti-Semitic
patemtn, ma(ki fay th Ci Kum;,nia to foreign cor-
fBondents in Bucharest .
Eri.k. Ltht'v ever forget the
wi that he signed the anti-Jew-
m.i rw's which made the per-
S?i of.,Jew 'n Rumania
But ih' S0 the fact ,hat ho
n:i tJWo notorious anti-
JuSt Prof- GoRa and Pro'-
Luza. m power.
BETWEEN COVERS: Now that
the Presidential campaign ,s in
full swing, u ig very timely to
ni 7i" ??anner f SSS by
Noel F^Fusch Just published
ELi .PT- ,nt' book la ;"i at-
tempt to bring out all the strong
and weak points of President
Roosevelt s character in an im-
partial way The volume-
very well writtenmakes de-
hghtfu reading It ls packed
with human interest material
which throws full light on the
Presidents habits and likes and
dislikes Among other things
the author also tries to explain
why Roosevelt takes a special
interest in Jews One ol the
things Roosevelt likes about Jews
is the fact that, in addition to
being good talkers and sympath-
etic, the ones he has around are
mostly gentle and receptive
But the author also establishes
that Roosevelt's pro-Jewish senti-
ments are chiefly due to his
sense of identification with and
responsibility for the weak, the
wronged and the unhappy .
Needless to say that the book
also deals with the relations be-
tween President Roosevelt and
the Jewish members of his en-
tourage ... He tells us why the
President is so found of Judge
Samuel Rosenman and whv the
personal intimacy the President
and Justice Felix Frankfurter has
begun to cool But the most
interesting chapters in the book
are the intimate details of his
daily life, including his interest
in detective stones, m poker, in
telling a good joke And
though the author claims that
Roosevelt is an enigma and that
no satisfactory portrait of him
can be drawn, one gets a pretty
good picture of the President's
character after reading "What
Manner of Man."
EMBARRASSING QUEST-
IONS: It seems that the Hebrew
Committee of National Libera-
tion is losing ground even with
non-Jews on whom its leaders
counted most because of their
ignorance of Jewish affairs and
their desire to be helpful to Jews
. Questions are now being
asked in Washington which seem
very embarrassing to the leaders
of the Hebrew Committee .
One of these questions whv the
leaders of this body, who have
also been advocating the crea-
tion of a Jewish Army, are not
joining the recently established
Jewish Brigade Especially
since these leaders are either
stateless or Palestinians and real-
ly belong to the group for whom
the Jewish Brigade was formed
. Another embarrassing ques-
tion asked is why does the He-
brew Committee and its affiliated
organizations not issue a public
account of the funds which they
have raised.
for Rest
Convalescence
oojChronicCases
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
Many persons in the commun-
ity have been deluged lately with
Pleas for contributions to support
magazines and organizations pur-
porting to "combat anti-Semit-
ism. Some of these are legitim-
ate groups. Others, however, are
not doing the job they take
credit for. One organization, for
instance, allows its solicitors to
retain fifty percent of all contri-
butions. Another has caused
much friction between groups by
making unfair accusations.
This office has information on
most of these groups. The next
time you receive a solicitation by
mail or in person from a repre-
sentative of an organization
claiming to "combat anti-Semit-
ism contact us before you give.
"A child can be raised for tol-
erance, free from race hatred."
writes Howard Fast in the July
issue of Harper's Bazaar. Point-
ing out that children by the mil-
lions are being taught racial big-
otry by carelessness and thought-
lessness, as well as by deliberate
indoctrination. Mr. Fast lists four
rules for parents who would
teach children tolerance.
"FirstNever use derogatory
terms: never permit them to be
used in your home. A Jew is a
Jew. not a kike. An Italian is an
Italian, not a wop. An Irishman
is thatnot a mick.
"SecondlyDon't discriminate
in your casual conversation. If
you have Irish neighbors don't
refer to them as 'those Irish' .
"ThirdlyDon't suggest re-
ligious or race differences to your
children. If Johnny is playing
with a new boy, don't ask John-
ny whether the boy is a Baptist
or a Catholic; Johnny will find
out soon enough, and if he thinks
it of any importance, he will
tell you .
"FourthlyDon't bear the
anti-Semitic or anti-Catholic
story in embarrassed silence; talk
up hotly and intelligently, and
if it means losing a friendand
not a too worthwhile oneit also
means shaping your listening
children into better human ma-
terial."
Our Film Folk .
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
"The Master Race" is another
bull's eye hit for Producer Ed-
ward Golden, who made such a
sensational success with "Hit-
ler's Children." It is timely both
for today and for tomorrow .
and will serve to remind the
other nations on this little globe
that a prostrate Germany is not
a beaten Germany. Something far
more subtle must alter the
hormones in the Junker's blood-;
stream before a peace-loving peo- i
pie will be born.
Along these very lines. OWI
is arming itself with films to
convert "the master race" to a
less egocentric attitude. When the
Allies take Germany under con-
trol, educational and propaganda
films will be used to convince
the Germans that they can no!
longer and never again be an ob-1
streperous member, obsessed with
a passion for power, in the family
of nations.
Arizona while serving with the
Army Air Force. He was the
youngest of Benny's eight bro-
thers.
Something new in show busi-
nessa mother-son combination.
Ad Schulberg will produce her
son Hudd's new play, a comedy
as yet untitled. Mrs. Schulberg
is well-known as an artist's agent
in Hollywood, and Budd has done
considerable writing including
the novel, "What Makes Sammy
Run."
Sam Goldwyn is playing with
dynamite has purchased
"Earth and High Heaven." the
Graham novel on intermarriage.
It's a serious treatment and may
well be the most, controversial
film of the year.
And. by the way, "Nostradamus ,
IV, the latest short in this seer !
series, predicts the assassination
Of Hitler by his two favorite |
henchmen, Goering and Himmler. I
Well it's nice food for thought
. but we'll hazard a home-1
made horoscopethey'll all three
grow fat on Argentine beef.
PIONEER WOMEN HELD
MEETING OF OFFICERS
The Pioneer Woman's organi-
zation of Greater Miami, club
No. 1. held a board-of-directors
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Lena Minses. Activities for the
ensuing year were discussed.
The program adopted included a
donor party, chanuka party and
a literary and concert event. A
boat ride has also been planned,
and dates for all of these affairs
will be announced shortly.
Dinah Shore is bubbling over
with anecdotes of her overseas
tour. Her group layed 135 shows
in everything from cow pastures
to the palace of Versailles. When
she got off the landing barge
onto the soil of France, she was
loaded down with gas mask,
blanket roll, helmet, and so on.
On her feet were a pair of men's
shoes that were so large they
acted as snow-shoes, preventing
her from sinking in the mud.
When the G.I.'s saw a girl, they
came running asked for her
autograph. They took one squint
at her signature, a double-take
at her, and said "Quit kidding!"
"I looked nothing like a glamour
girl." she admits. So she started
to sing quickly without
any musical accompaniment ex-
cept the clap of hands. A half
hour later an audience of several
thousand men had collected.
During her seven weeks in
Fiance she had a roof over her
head only six nights. The rest of
the time she was in a tent.
Once she gave a show near one
of the Seine bridges. At the end
of the show a German sniper
was found in a tree and was
captured. "He couldn't under-
stand how an army would stop
war to watch a show. He was so
befuddled that he fired his rifle
into the air and gave himselt
up."
Talkie-Town Tattler: Hedy La-
Marr, they say, is planning to
produce pictures under her own
banner and bank-roll. Samuel
Hoffenstein's book, "Hippo-
drome." has been purchased for
screenization. Ben Hecht is cogit-
ating a contract to write.a weekly
radio playlet and appear in it as
narrator. Warners will donate
forty per cent of their profits
on "Hollywood Canteen" with a
minimum guarantee of $250,000 to
the institution of the same name.
Eddie Cantor began his 13th year
on the air with a plea for a
Christmas (or Chanukah) gift to
every serviceman in a U. S. hos-
pital. Irving Berlin, having dis-
sociated himself from his own
company, starts business over
again with but two of his old
songs on his ledger. He'll have
to tickle the ivories and hatch
some new hits.
Once upon a time Groucho was
thinking of buying a gold mine.
Meeting George Kaufman he be-
gan discoursing on its wonders.
"It's so rich we won't have to
dig. We'll just pick nuggets off
the surface!" "Hm," answered
Kaufman aridly, "you mean you
gotta bend down?"
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home, 1671 Washington Ave., follow.
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of World War 1 He la aurvlved by
In- wife, 1 1 ; Friedman. The body
u.is gtnl to Chattanooga, Tenn., by
Hi.- Riverside Memorial chapel.
Benny Goodman's brother. Lt.
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Hal Besides Mrs Brenner. Mrs.
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Nathan t" sons. David, USN, and
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VOLUME 17 NUMBER 41
TAKING INVENTORY
It is a usual and in most instances imperative task in
business to periodically take inventory. Many individuals oft-
times during the course oi their activities stop and take inven-
tory of themselves. Religiously, we pause at the new year Holy
Days for retrospection and introspection. Sunday our Jewish
Community will take inventory.
A population survey will be inaugurated starting Sunday
and will be completed as speedily as possible. Much effort in
preparing the field for the canvass has been expended. Organ-
ization of a Volunteer Enumerating Division, the individuals
that will actually go into the field, have been given their in-
structions and necessary data. Upon these women fall the
responsibility for the success of Greater Miami's first under-
taking to determine its growth, size and potentiality.
Thorough, accurate, complete canvassing will give this
community valuable information. This data, when compiled,
will enable a program of expansion to the Jewish people on a
sound and intelligent basis. Properly channeled, by virtue of
the information and knowledge gained, this expansion will
inure benefit to its people and redound credit as an integral
part of the community.
We predict surprising facts and figures when the survey
is completed. Basis for the speculative estimates of the size of
our community will now have justification.
We urge the cooperation of the residents of the community
to the enumerators when called upn. They are doing a hard I
job for all of us. They deserve not only our aid in giving the |
reguired information, but our going out of the way to assist
in all manner possible.
We look forward to this inventory and stock-taking, so
long needed. Its success will show this community the path
for a better tomorrow.
Mrs. Max Melscl, Mr*. John Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Sylvia I .i.-lw-iman.
Mm. Ida Enerfelt, Mr* Mitmi.- Bp-
si.in, Mra Milll.au.T. Mrs. OiarKs
Lippow, Mra BM Friedman, Mr*
Prank Bollnaky, Mrs. Albert Bman-
ui-l. Mrs A N It ban, Mrs M orlln,
Mra Theodore Firestone, Mrs j.i-m.i
Koplin, Mrs Ida Hauls. Mis Km
manuel Bnaklnil, Mi i Ann fJordon,
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LISTEN HERE .
Edward A. Koch's "The Guildsman" is a magazine th
should have attracted the attention of our FBI lona
Better still, liberal Catholic leadership should brand it u"
it is "The Guildsman" advocates a "corporative^0!
openly defends Nazism and vociferously attacks "I wl
Communism" Union officials take note: Reports J
Semitic incidents have come to us from certain shipyards
New York ... It seems, however, that union officials a*
luctant to demand the dismissal of the culorits Th; u
i -._ ii- '"' s because
they mistakenly-believe that such action on their part mi hi
jeopardize production These union officials are wronq 9
It's a morale that permits anti-Semitism which is detrimental t
the nation's war effort .
WE'RE TELLING YOU .
When the full story of the battle of the Warsaw Ghetto is
told one of the most heroic chapters will be that on Mordecai
Amelewicz. commandant of the Jewish fighting organization
. Anielewicz was the leader of the Hashomer Hatzair of War-
saw ... A most vigorously anti-Fascist motion picture, now
being shown in special houses, in the British-made film "Thun-
der Rock" ... It tells a moving story of European refugees who
came to America in the middle of the nineteenth century
It's strange but true that some of the machine politicians who
most vehemently decry the suggestion that a "Jewish vote" may
be cast in the Presidential election are the very ones who are
most active in making a direct appeal for such a vote
JEWISH NEWS .
In England many Polish Jews are volunteering for the Jew-
ish Brigade Reports from insiders state that before long the
Brigade will have developed into a full-fledged army ... A
j number of delegates to the second session of the American
Jewish Conference, to be held at Pittsburgh on December 2nd,
are now organizing with a view to achieving representation
in the inner councils of the Conference These delegates
claim that the Conference needs democratization The recent
death of former Governor Alfred E. Smith reminds us of this
incident, which occurred back in 1939 Endless negotiations
were going on between the State Department and the sponsors
of the Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair concern-
ing official permission for the blue-and-white flag to fly along-
side the other national flags at the Fair When Al Smith was
told of these negotiations he put up the blue-and-white banner
on the World's Fair model on display in his building, the Em-
pire State His comment was: "That's the least we can do to
our protest against hitler" .
BOOK NOTES .
Novelist Ernest Hemingway proudly tells all comers that
he has just sold the Hebrew language rights to "For Whom the
Bells Tolls," and that a Hebrew dramatization of that novel will
be presented in Palestine in the near future ... If you look close-
ly at the book President Roosevelt is shown holding in that
photo from the Quebec conference, you will see that it is Louis
Nizer's "What to Do with Germany" Nizer's book, which
was a best-seller here last year, is attracting great attention
in England this year \ Adolph S. Oko, editor of The Con-
temporary Jewish Record, who died last week, was a passion-
ate collector of Spinoza items Among the objects he cher-
ished most in his collection was a number of letters in the
philosopher's own handwriting, for which the British Museum,
offered him a fortune But Oko would never consider part-
ing with them .
ABOUT PEbPLE .
Dr. Chain) Weizmann will be in Palestine in November
. W. Woisgal, his personal representative in America,
will join there The title of Dean ci an Zionism
now officially belongs to Dr. Harry Id of Be:.
bra ed hii eightieth birthday ... ytarscgo
.I of the i tion at a
: st, author of the cun ,
ming Yiddish now that he'i j
of Jewish N
Credit .apiro, director of t
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.or physically i
luced at thi
they can do d
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Mrs. Miriam Sirkin
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NORMANDY SCHOOL
HEGISTRATION BEGINNING SEPT. 26
ndergatten Through Hujh School Resident ' TLL.C1061
LEO HUBERMAN, Head


rmAY. OCTOBER 13, 1944
+Jewisli fkriciirun
PAGE FIVE
UNRRA Salvage Drive Comes To A Close .
CLOTHING i DESTITUTE
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
three week drive oi an emergency collection of clothing comes
to a close this week. The religious communities of America,
representing all faiths and creeds, are collecting, through
churches, parishes and synagogues, thousands of 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 member."
Underclothing and all types of cotton garments should be
washed before they are donated, 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 nightwear for girls and women and
bedding of all kinds.
Don't overlook this opportunity to help your
fellowman! Check over your clothes now and see
what you can spare to clothe these unfortunates!
Take these clothes to your House of Worship im-
mediately!
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
t, DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. President
there!
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
Take All Your Useful Wearable Garments to
Any House of Worship in Greater Miami
This Important Mess
DAN VARROLL
107 N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami
BILL TUTTEN & SON
Lne Arcade, Miami
ARMY lie al Ave.. Miami
GUASTELLA TAILOR
dian Ave., Miami Beach
OONGOLEUM & SH -O.
.mi Ave., Mi<
[ I MBO GUSTO 'R
i Rd., Mi
'IERAL SHEET I XX
.3 N. W. 1st Court, Mio
BILL'S WELDING SHOP
91 N. E. 36th St.. Miami
MR. SAMUEL DREISEN
Olympia Bldg.. Miami
age Made Possible Through
RICHARDSON FURNITURE
WAREHOUSE '
636 N. W. 24th St., Miami
THE DE AR
915 Washingto Beach
TONY
TAILORING
120 23rd S'
JOSEPH LUZI TAILC
10 N. E
SSO TAILOR
al Gables
PARK AVENUE RESTAURANT
339 22nd Ave., Miami Beach
CLOVER CLUB
118 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
the Cooperation of
WALDRON TIRE CO.
iagler St., Miami
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th St., Miami
LA CUCARACHA NITE CLUB
1 St. Miami
VICE & RESTAURANT
A Ave., Miami
HIFF'S FOOD MARKET
1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
BEACH CAB CO.
5-3353
MIAMI BEACH AWNING CO.
b 5th St. Beach
THOMAS AWNING CO.. INC.
1396 N. W. 36th St., Miami


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PAGE SIX
Jknist ncrktlan
TODAY. OCTOBER
13,
ICOR COMMITTEE WILL
HELP REBUILD CRIMEA
Greater Miami ICOR commit-
tee will launch a campaign to
issue a Golden Illustrated Book
to aid in the rebuilding of the
Jewish sections in the Crimea,
at a mass meeting and concert
to be held on Sunday. October
22. 8:30 p. m., at the Miami
Woman's Club auditorium. 1737
N. Bayshore Drive.
Professor Charles Kuntz. na-
tional president, is coming from
New York, specially to address
the meeting. Rev. Joseph Barth.
of the Unitarian church, will
speak on '"Racial Tolerance."
Charles I. Smolikoff. Florida
State Director of the C.I.O..
will greet the gathering.
Musical program of great in-
terest has been arranged with
Ruth Brotman. soprano. Jan
Turkiewicz, violinist, and Witold
Turkiewicz will accompany on
piano. Louis Powesky will con-
duct the Miami Jewish folks
chorus in several numbers suit-
ed for the occasion. Molka
Rich, will he the presiding chair-
man.
CHORAL SOCIETY NOW
SPONSORED BY B. I. E.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion in co-operation with its al-
filiated schools and Town and
Beach "Y" announces the forma-
tion of an Adult Choral and
Singing Society. The first ses-
sion will be held on Monday,
October 16th. at 8 p. m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center un-
der the direction of Mr Emanuel
Barkan. Mr. Balkan has had
many years experience with
adult choral groups. The pur-
pose of the Singing Society is
community wide. Voice training
is not a pre-requisite. Those who
can sing are invited to attend.
The repertoire will consist of
Hebrew. Yiddish, and English
folk songs. It will include Pales-
tinian melodies, some synagogue
music, and modern Jewish
song.-.
AJC WOMEN TO HOLD
PARTY ON OCTOBER 30
The "Every Member Bring a
Member" party which the Wom-
en's Division of the American
Jewish Congress is holding Oc-
tober 30th promises to be an
event of social significance and
will culminate the membership
drive. Members are urged to
make reservations for themselves
and their "new member"
which is to be the only admis-
sion fee.
Mrs. Max Meisel. member-
ship chairman, and her able
I committee are making very in-
j teresting preparations for the
! program and refreshments. Early
reservations are urged by phon-
ing 5-7253.
I The "Friday Review Book
[ Series" will start on November
10th. Mrs. Philip Salmon, chair-
man of this project, announces
a favorable response.
Last year's subscribers are re-
subscribing for the new series.
which will begin with the wide-
ly acclaimed novel. "Heaven
and High Earth." by Gwethalvn
Graham. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
is planning a very interesting
and extensive repertoire. For-
mal invitations will be sent out
announcing details. Further in-
formation and subscriptions can
be obtained by calling Mrs. Phil-
ip Salmon, at 5-4418.
HOSPITAL COMMITTEE
IS WORKING ON GIFTS
The Serve-a-Hospital Commit-
tee is now working on its second
shipment of gifts for the wound-
ed returnees stationed at the Fm-
ney General Hospital at Thomas-
ville, Ga. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
chairman, reports she is grateful
loi all the effort the women and
B.B. girls put forth in read\ \ ig
the first shipment of gifts in time
for Rosh Hoshana distribution.
J^GAL NOTICES
BETH SHOLOM LADIES
TO HOLD FIRST MEET
---------
The Sisterhood of Beth Shol-
om Center, 7(il 41st St.. Miami
Beach, announces their first reg-
ular meeting of (he season, in
the form of an open house, to
take place Wednesday, October
18th. Games will be played and
refreshments served. Members
and friends are unite,I to in-
tend.
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
NCJW TO HOLD INITIAL
SEASONAL MAH JONGG
The National Council of Jewish
Women will hold their initial sea-
sonal Mah Jongg and card party
under the auspices of Mrs.
Miriam Kobley. on October 20 at
1 p. m at the home oi the presi-
dent, Mi>. Nal L. Williams. 114
W. 2 Tenac.. San Marino Island.
Refreshments will be served, and
prizes will highlight the i v nt ol
the day. Large attendance is
urged lor the success oi th, v, al-
ly calendar. Reservations may be
made by calling the office. .M>554.
or fi-1847. or 5-7828.
BINGO AND CARDS TO
BE GIVEN_BY GIRLS
Daughters of Jewish War Vet-
erans, Frieda Markowit/ Post
Auxiliary 174. will sponsor a
card and bingo party m the
Miami "Y" Sunday evening, Oc-
tober 15th. at 8 p. m. The pub-
be is invited, and an admission
Charge of 35c is being made.
ADL DIRECTORTeAVES
FOR SPEAKING TOUR
Alexander Miller, director ,.|
the Honda Hem,,nal Office oi
flu- Anti-Defamation League
will leave tins weekend for a.
speaking tour through the South.
tie will make stop~ m Montgom-
ery. Mobile. Birmingham, Atlan-
ta, and Winston Salem. Upon
iletion of his tour, he will
visit Chicago, where be will at-
tend a meeting Of the National
ADL commission. He will be
gone about two weeks, and in
his absence Mr George Talianoff
will be m charge of th,. (,itu.(.
Made From Fresh Oranges
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Ouz Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
B'NAI B'RITH DAY AT
BLOOD BANK TUESDAY
. Kv,lv Tu' B'nai B'rith
day at the Dade County Blood
Bank. Rudy Adler. chairman of
the Sholem Lodge Beach Blood
Bank committee designated this
(lav on which members of the
Lodge are to make special ap-
pointments to donate blood to the
^'.V^' ,T,"^'V Mr. Adler
had 22 people appear Following
the donation refreshments are
served to the donors, with Mrs
Rudy Adler personally bakinc
and preparing the edibles.
Members of the order are asked
In contact Mr Adler or be at the
Bank in the Ingraham Bldg. be-
ween 9 and 1 Tuesday to make
blood donations
The articles now being processed
will leave Miami for Chanuka
presentation. Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
chair,nan of contributing mem-
ber-, has had a very encouraging
response from the different or-
ganizations she has visited.
The committee then held its
next meeting Thursday. October
12 at 2 p. m. at the town YM &
YWHA. All women who can do
band or machine sewing are
asked to attend these sessions.
MIAMI CHAPTERNHIC
HOLD ANNUAL PARTY
Installation and Annual Mem-
bership Tea of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 17..
at 1:30 p. m.. at the Y.M. &
W.H.A.. Miami Beach.
t Mrs. M. B Ross and Mrs. G.
Newlander, co-chairmen, have
planned a interesting progrtffn.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will de-
liver the invocation. Friends anil
members are invited to attend.
New officers and board mem-
bers to be introduced are: Mrs.
Myron Newman, president: Mrs.
Irving Miller, 1st vice-president;
Mi- Hv Friedman, 2nd vice-
president: Mrs. John Feller, 3rd
; i< i pn sident; Mi- Morn- Lef-
i' cording secretary; Mrs.
Herman Wronker, corresponding
Si I retary; Mrs. Lee Goudiss, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sam
l.ubv. treasurer: Mrs. Sam Leg-
ch< I. auditor.
Boaid members include: Mrs.
Jerry Alexander, Mrs. Camille
Baum, Mrs Dave Beyer, Mrs
Charles Burn.-. Mrs Ben Bloom.
Mrs. George Feller, Mrs. Ruth
Kenan Hertz, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Mrs, Hose Goudiss, Mrs. I. H.
Goldman. Mrs. Sam Kirstein.
Mrs Herman I.itwin. Mrs. Mollie
Lifshutz, Mrs. Hattie Newman.
Mr- Gisella Newlander. Miss
Steinhauser, Mrs. Max
Safra and Mrs. Abe Subcrman.
(Thla column la conducted by the
Greater Mi.mil Jewish Federation In
cooperation wltfl The Jewish Klorld-
lan u a community eervloe. To Inform
tin' community of your organisation's
activities "'"I to uvold conflicts In
antes, phone 3-5411 and auk for
'(.immunity Calendar." Notification
inu-t reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Sunday, Oct. 15th:
Religious Sihool Induction exer-
clsea ami Library presentation:
Beth Jacob, evening; I >aun liters of
iii. Jewish War Veterans, card
party, Miami "V." X:30 p. m.
Monday. Oct. 16th:
Jewish Choral and singing Socie-
ty, sponsored by Bureau of Jewish
(.duration in co-operation with af-
filiated schools and "Vs." will
meel at Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter al I p in
Tuesday. Oct. 17th:
National Hbme B*or Jewish Chit-
dren at Denver, Installation tea;
Servicemen's Needs Commit)......n
iin Committee on Communlt]
Needs, Federation office, *: Wednesday. Oct. 18th:
i:. Hi I'avi.i Sisterhood meeting,
2:30; Workmen's circle Branch No,
692, regular .....tnbership meeting,
S 30; Ueth Sholem Sisterhood, open
hou-c in.', linn for members and
friends, 761 n-i Btreet, 1:00 i> m.
Friday. Oct. 20th:
National Council of Jewish Worn-
n, dessert bridge, door in lz-s,
Mi.- Nai Williams, lit Weal 2nd
Terrace, Ban Marino island, after-
noon
Monday. Oct. 23rd:
Installation luncheon "f the Miami
I teach Jewish Center Sisterhood,
i" ii.i i and music, al centei. Busl-
ness uid Professional Women's i>i
Ion of Hadasaan, regular meet-
ing, i;. .i. h v '. sir, |. in
of g#?US5 S&55
W B. W Ith Btreet ^ES^lft
ntend to rcKls,.,. ,/. JJJW n.jrfc
Attorney for Annli,-,,,,
MORRIR KKSTrA'lur,,
MAX It SILVER R
NOTICE is HEREBY Grvwi"^
the undersigned, deslrlni V,, ^Jha;
ARTHUR s SIMON
MORRIS I. BARNOW
LEON KAPLAN
Attorne) for Applicants
i" 13 20 27 ll 3-10
HELP IS NEEDED
Volunteer Red Cross Nurses'
urgently needed now. Inter-
views Monday through Friday
between 2 and 4 p. m. at 507
N. E. First Ave. for two classes
starting Monday. Oct. 30 at
Jackson Memorial hospital.
Day class, 10 a. m. Night class,
7 p. m.
NOTICE is HEREBY GtVHM tk,,
the undersigned, desiring t tnfZ
In business undei th. fl, tltloui *
"f DAROLE COSMETICS a. "'-
Washington A vein... M,;lni| ,,,;;'
Flo. i.la. Intends to register tbeuki
name will, the Clerk of thf CbS
Court ol Dade County, Hond.
EDWARD BROTMAN
MARTIN OENET **!**
Attorne) foi Applicant
10/11-20-27 ll
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring m Minn
In business under the fietitloui iuiw
of EMPIRE K'l.'l.s ., ,i, SoS!
weal S" ond ii. me, Miami Klorida.
Intend to regli l. i th, -aid num.
with the Clerk "f In. circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
I8ADORE K"STINKR
w JOSEPH IILOCR
MAX It sn.\ i:i:
Ait", nei f"i Appli. .i
1" 10-20-27 11 ; in
DRINK PLENTY OF
C/Zripure
Water
OEUVmo TO YOUB HO-IE
iGallOM BOTTLE .....60c
case or six ^
TABLE BOTTLES.......)5C
Plui Bottlf Deposit
PHONE 2-4128
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice I- li.l.l.i Kiv.n Hi.I tile
...nit isigned, desiring in engage In
business under the fictitious nai.....>f
JO \.V\ SHOI' .,. is N l-i Si ,
Miami, Klorida, Intend to register
-aid name in n.....ft......,t the Cletk
>f the circuit Court of Dade county.
I-1" ni.i "
HEN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN
VI.BKRT A in i|tN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorne) foi Applicants
' 22-29 10 E 13-10
Partners
ENTERTAINMENT HELD
BY BETH DAVID LADIES
Mrs. Hyman Scnitin was chair-
!ua1? of a committt-c this year
that entertained members and
friends ol the Beth David Con-
gregation and Sisterhood ,,. ..
Si2f &art& Kl'll"''"'lv deco
fated, the Succa was said to be
one of the prettiest in the coun-
try, according to out-of-town
KUestS that have visited it. Mrs.
I Harry Ol.phant is president of
trie Sisterhood, under whose aus-
pices the Succas activities are
presented.
B AND P OF HADASSAH
TO HAVE PARTY OCT. 17
The Business and Professional
Division of Hadassah will pre-
sent an evening of culture, en-
tertainment and fun Tuesday
wnufa'm.J7, at 8:30 Bt Uw YM&
WHA. Miami Beach. Two tech-
nicolor talkie films will be pre-
sented, and A. P. Cannes, director
M the Bureau Of Jewish Edu-
cation of Greater Miami, will
-i>e..k ami ie;,d th. community
singing.
Maurice Samuels, author and
translator. will comment
throughout the presentation t
a Day m Dagania." th.' first
Palesti buUl "'"""'
Men in uniform will be hon-
ond i;,..s(Si and I...H.-^ and then
friends are invited,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
i lie undei hlmieil. ileHiiiiiK 10 enKaRe
'", RfiJiSS?" 1""1"1 >!' flitltioiiK name
"f HOTEL SHELDON, ..i jl'7 7th St..
Miami Beach. Florida, intend i.. reg-
ister the said name with the Clert
or trie ( iiei.it Couii of Dade County.
1- I", id..
M. |RT< >\ RUBEN8THTN
RUTH RUBEN8TBIN
LEON KAPLAN Owners
, -\....." for Applicants
NOTIi R is HEREBY OIVEN that
" "'"i.-lune,i. deairlng ... engage
f r"^^",'^^..""'l| ,h- nctltloui name
' i ARLYN-H \IK\"s WEAR, at ll.is
nashlnRtnn w.. .... Miami Hea.-h.
'""'' Intends In register the .said
. with '" Clerk of ,.. r,,,",,
ol Dade Countv. Plorlds
mm:i:- HE1M^HAN TAW-TO
i..-V.,.';,.,j:;V:m" ,A"i,lo*n
CIVIC LEAGUE TO HOLD
REGULAR MEET OCT. 18
. There will be a regular meet-
K "f,thJJ Clvlc League at 8
p. m. Wednesday. October 18th
at the YMHA. 1 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach. A buffet supper
will follow. MM
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
. ,;.'""- ""Il" ,h 'Ictltlous name
' IHK'W.V FRIENDLY INN. a.
W Isl Avenue. Miami. n..r-
with thln1",,1r"Sl"ter 'he said name
"r ,, u\k 'i, "" ''"''" Court
'" "'' ount> k.oi |(|a
mah r -., vi n AI:MIN l!,t"WN
ALE 1
Amtrict't Fintst Since 7840
Keep on buying War Bonds.
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
, n* to engaje
or HKRMI i \.;i. HOTEL. ... 120 N
tends u '." M '" "orlda. In-
MAX R BiLvER*1 MJNKOron
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, .." doing iiu-::-.
under the flctltioui name ol JAY-
Molt I'ltl ii si M.i'.Y CO., .1 Ml
W. L'l-t Tel Miami Kla.. intend lo
register the said nam. i.h the clerk
of .he Circuit Courl cf Dade Coun-
t>. Plortda
NAT LEVITT
SOPHIE 1.KVITT
CARROLL i.KVITT
1" 13-20-27 ll : 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th.il
tin- undersigned, deslrlni .<' ensaxf
In business under th. (j. .i:a>us n>
of Hi Mill's DEPARTMENT WORE,
10] North 2nd Road, South Miami.
Florida, intend to register U
name with the Clerk ef .he Circuit
Court of 1 '.nli 'ountj Floi ii i
MORRIS AROS
ksiiii i: AROS
('"I.artiKrt.
MYERS .. HEIM VN
Attoi nej s f"i Pel ll loner
'.' 22-29 1" '-13-20
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP. MANAGEMENT. CIRCU-
LATION. ETC.. REQUIRED BV
THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF
AUGUST 24. 1912. AND MARCH 3.
1933
f The Jewish KloridUB,
llshed week I) al Mia nl, Plorl
Keptembi i 22, 1944
State ..f Florida
Count)' oi Dade, .
Befoi.....!, .i notary public i" m
for the Stale and i-ountj '
pel sonally appear. .1 Ki. il K SI
who, I. .\ Ins I" en dul> worn i
Ins i" laa. di po ei snU IN 'Ja.
lie i- ii.- Managii i i ,,f J,
Jew i-h I'i'.iiiii.di. and Hi.it .he W-
lowing Is. i" Hi. best .
ledge and lief, k trui l '
... i!i. oanership, management, ett,
'.i ili. aforesaid p ibl tk*n '
da.,- shown in the above .aption re-
quired by the Act ". August :* '*
as amended b) the A( I J"".rf "i
1933, embod ed ll m :" '.0>a'
Laws and ReiCUlatiOIIS, j.rlnt.-1
the revel w ul I hl i". '" "'.' ,
1. That t.....'" " of the publisher, managing '""
re: Publisher, Ethel Shocnet. r-,*;
llox 27I. Miami. Fla.i ''''"'^
Editor, Pi-ed K Bho. het, I' ""
nil, Miami, i'i' ,..
2. Thai the owner Is: The >'*
lah Kioridian. ii... Incorporaws. e
Shochet, IMbllsh. """',' L
2973. Miami, I'!:. Kre.l K. 8
Managing Editor, P. Bw
Miami. Kla. Jv|j-r
:: Th.,, the known ^$Kj
mortgagees, and other ""'">, or
era owning or noldlng i i"'r.' mnrt-
mi,ne of i"iai amount of bond* mor.
gages, or othei securities, are.- rf
| Tll.,, ,hl. two '^'"^JL'own-
above, giving the names tat
era, Htm-khoTders, and "ecurlty as-j
are, if any. .....italn noi cm '" |pr,
of s.'m khoM. is and -' > .h,
a the) appear uopn the.....gijS
compani l..n also, In ..<-' ""',p.
stockho....., oi ......10'
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worn to and auhscribed bm
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OCTOBER 13, 1944
* Jewish thridian
^jgasssr^^^S^^SS,
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
wilton Zohn. S 2/c, son of
c "hi Zohn. 922 S. W. 3rd St..
^ been transferred from tbc
igvaffi Station at Norfolk, Va.
',o the Dinner Key base in Miami.
Oscar Rappaport. son of Max
Rappaport, has received an
Sable discharge from the
irnl service and has resumed
ffstudts at the Atlanta South-
S Dental College.
The Service Page received a
correction this week from Robert
"Bob" Weinstein. who is now
Cloned with the US. Navy in
\orfolk. Va. He writes that al-
though it took him two years, he
Sly made Lt Claw Petty Of-
ficer which is four promotions
above that of Seaman, which was
the rating given him by the Jew-
uh Floridian. After the required
number of months of sea duty,
he expects to make Chief, having
already finished Chiefs school.
He wishes his many friends here
season's greetings from himself
and his wife, Charlotte, who is
with him.
Pvt Estelle C. Rood, of Miami
Beach, who has been stationed at
the Third Training Center of the
Women's Army Corps at Fort
Oelethorpe, Ga., has been as-
signed to 1263 SCSU, Mason Gen-
eral hospital at Brentwood. L. I.,
N. Y. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rood reside at 358 Meri-
dian Ave.
Tech. Sgt. Sol M. Unger, medi-
:cal corps, is back from 22 months
in the American war area, visit-
ing his parents at 531 Espanola
Way, Miami Beach.
The Greater Miami Army-
Nary Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
lor everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
i
S 2/C Leonard Covan. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan,
2318 S. W. 20th St., returned
recently to his post at Camp
Peary, Va., after a ten day fur-
lough. He is now awaiting further
orders. A former Miami High
School student, Seaman Covan
graduated last June and immedi-
ately joined the Navy. He is now
playing the snare drum in the
Camp Peary band. Formerly ac-
tive in AZA here, he held the
office of vice president.
Lt. Loyd M. Bertman. 27, of
Miami Beach and Chicago, who
is serving as a machine gun pla-
toon commander of the fourth
armored division in France, has
been awarded the Silver Star for
gallantry in action.
Lt. Bertman is the son of Mr.
2??r ?,rs- GcorRe J. Bertman of
^445 P lamingo Dr.. Miami Beach.
The lieutenant's wife and infant
son. Lee Allen Bertman, live at
Bertman's infantry platoon was
protecting the left flank of one
sector when a company on his
right was subjected to terrific
artillery, mortar and machine gun
Word was received here
Wednesday that Lt. Bertman
was wounded in action with
the Fourth Panzer Division on
September 28th and has been
hospitalized.
Sgt. David S. Goldfine, who has
returned from his second trip
overseas bringing back war pri-
soners and wounded American
soldiers, is spending a 14-dav fur-
lough with his mother, Mrs. J.
Dolgin, 900 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach.
fire which caused many casual-
ties. Elements of this company
started a withdrawal, which Lt.
Bertman feared would undermine
the morale of his platoon and
lead to a general withdrawal.
So he took a machine gun, ex-
posed himself to direct fire, and
ordered the retreating men to re-
turn to their positions. Though
his machine gun was knocked
from his hands by shell fragments
and his jacket literally torn off
his back, Lt. Bertman was un-
hurt and his bravery resulted in
the holding of the position.
Corp. Herbert L. Dubbin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dubbin.
825 S. W. 37th Ave., writes from
Italy that, "It's a hard life over-
seas, and we all will be glad to
see an end to this war." A grad-
uate of Miami Senior High school,
he entered the service three years
ago. He went overseas in June.
Corp. Eugene D. Marks is con-
valescing at Camp Hood. Tex.,
from an ankle bone injury. He is
an antiaircraft gunner.
Sgt. Herman Marks is home on
a 10-day furlough from Kingman
Field, Ariz., before reporting to
Tampa. He is an aerial gunner.
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name_____________________
Home Addres3___________
Street
Serial No-
City
State
Birth Date
Birthplace-------.
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
In Service________
City State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin_____
Relationship_________Address-
Information Transmitted by__
Telephone number____________
Date
Discharged---------
_ Rank or Rating.
Second Lt. Jack Courshon,
made the highest scholastic aver-
age of the 240 air cadets who re-
cently were graduated at the San
Angelo, Tex., Army bombardier
school.
Lt. Courshon received a letter
of commendation for his high rat-
ing. Ho is spending a 15-day leave
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Courshon, 2837 Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach. He is a Miami
Beach High school graduate and
a former University of Florida
student.
Corp. Paul Marks, a veteran of
every Pacific invasion during his
28 months overseas, is on duty
with the Marines on Peleliu is-
land.
A special dispatch from that
area said Marks was one of a
i three-man crew which repaired a
I damaged amphibious tractor on a
1 shell-spattered beach during the
! successful landing of American
troops.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Marks, 3624 N. W. Fifth St., he is
one of several brothers in the
service.
Captain Lester Frank, son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Frank, 930
10th St., Miami Beach, was one
of the Jewish boys who celebrat-
ed Holiday services on German
soil for the first time since the
outbreak of the war. He is a
dentist attached to the Medical
Corps, and has recently received
a Certificate of Merit from the
War Department for his work
since D-Day. ______
IWing This Pag. to the Effort, of the Axmy-N.vy Committee, Mad. Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
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155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
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Miami
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7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
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76 S. E. 1st Street
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145 N. Miami Avenue
w ROTH & HAYS^ ___
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Miami. Florida
170 N. W. Fifth Street
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160 E. Flagler Street
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Miami Beach
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
158 E. Flagler Street Miami
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EDWARD KORSAKOV
WRITES FROM ABROAD
Interesting portions of a letter
received by Jacob Korsakov, 443
S. W. 4th Ave., from his son Ed-
ward, a lieutenant in England are
reprinted below:
25th September 1944
Hello Pa
And a very Happy New Year
and Rosh Hashonah and Yum
Kippur. How are you feeling? I
hope you are well and everything
is okay with you. I haven't writ-
ten to you in over two weeks now
because I've been away and have
been very busy since I got back.
I went to Rome and was there for
the Rosh Hashanoah holiday. I
went to services in the biggest
and nicest Synagogue in Rome. It
was a big beautiful and lovely
temple and the services were
beautiful. They were Orthodox
and in Hebrew and when they
didn't speak Hebrew they spoke
Italian. It seems so funny to hear
Jewish folks talking Italian all
the time. They cannot speak Yid-
dish at all. A few can speak Ger-
man or French. All the people
were so happy to have us soldiers
in their Shooll and they treated
us like heroes. They seem so glad
to be free and happy that the Al-
lies came and rescued from from
the terrible Germans. They all
wanted to touch us or shake
hands with us and say "Sha-
lom" to us and everybody
wanted to take us to dinner with
them. They are not very well
dressed and do not look rich
but of course a few have money
and business. They all have
Italian names and everything is
written in Italian or Hebrew. We
had nice Rosh Hashonah services
and they let me say a "Kadish"
for Mama from the "Bimmi" after
they read from the "Torah" and
before they put it away. My
friend who was with me carried
the "Torah" through the whole
Shooll and all the people cried
and pushed and shoved trying to
get near the Torah to kiss it and
touch it and they were so happy
that they were free again and we
had chased the Germans away
from Rome. It was a very pretty
ceremony and we went the first
night and the next morning and
the evening too. The people all
invited us to their homes for din-
ners and we met some nice folks
and ate some wonderful meals.
They eat for hours and have
about ten different courses for
each meal. Everything was tasty
and delicious and home-cooked
and we enjoyed it very much.
We went all over Rome and did
lots of sightseeing and visiting.
We met lots of nice people and
had a wonderful time there.
Rome is a very pretty place and
the streets are so nice and clean
and the shops and hotel and
everything modern and up-to-
date. The people are clean and
nice and intelligent and lots of
them speak English. Then there
are all the ruins from old Roman
days and we saw all the historic
places and ruins. We went to the
Vatican City and saw the Pope
and the beautiful churches there.
The Jews of Rome told us that
when the Germans were there in
Rome the Pope was good to the
Jews and took them into the
Vatican City and his orders to all
the churches and convents and
cathedrals were to help the Jews
all they could and to hide them
and protect them from the Ger-
man Nazi.
Once when the Nazi grabbed
a couple hundred Jewish people
and threatened to kill them or
send them to Poland for labor or
concentration camps the Pope
stepped in and said that if the
Nazi did anything to hurt the
Jews he would announce to the
whole world over the Vatican
Radio how cruel the Nazi were
and how bad they were treating
the civilians and everything. So
the Nazi said if the Jews would
give fifty kilo of pure gold they
would release the Jews. A kilo
is over two pounds. Well all the
Jews in Rome gave what they
had but it came to only thirty kilo
or so. And the Pope gave the bal-
ance to make fifty out of his own
personal treasures. They all say
that he was very good to them
and hid them and fed them and
took care of them even when they
didn't have enough to take care
of their own children.
The war will be over soon and
I'll be coming to Miami to see
you soon. Maybe this winter who
knows. Love and Good-Luck and
Best Wishes and a good Rosh
Hashonah and Yum Kippur from
your son. _
EDDIE.
Lieut. James M. Rosenblum, of
Louisville, Ky. Over Germany,
when his plane was hit by flak.
A bombardier, he holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, six Oakleaf Clusters, and
the Purple Heart.
BEACH CENTER LADIES
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Monday, October 23rd, is the
date set aside by the Sisterhood
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter to hold its installation lun-
cheon. Festivities will begin at
12:30 noon at the center. 1415
Euclid Ave. Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
chairman of programs and ways
and means, announces an inter-
esting program. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman will serve as installa-
tion officer. Vocal selections
will be rendered by Cantor F.
Barkan; violin selections by
Bert Silving, accompanied by
Miss Libby Frohbein. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will deliver the
main address. Mrs. Joseph Rose
will be installed as president.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted at the center.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
FORM SEWING GROUP
A sewing group to make leits
for Army hospitals is being
formed at Beth Sholom Center.
761 41st St., Miami Beach. The
first meeting will be held Mon-
day morning, October 16th. at
the center.
Ladies in the neighborhood
are asked to co-operate with
Mrs. Camille Baum in charge.
KAPPA PHI SORORITY
BEGINS NEW SEASON
Kappa Phi sorority begins the
1944-45 season under the direc-
tion of president, Miss Rose-
mond Rubin, who heads the list
of newly elected officers.
Others are: Misses Shirley
Richter, vice-president; Arline
Weiss, recording secretary; Ruth
Hertzman, corresponding secre-
tary; Audrey Hankoff, treasurer,
and Myra Lee Levy, social chair-
man.
Ten new pledges are announced
by Joe Baar, captain. Included
are Misses Joan Birn, Doreen
Byer, Betty Heaslip. Greta Jose-
loff, Maxine Kimmel. Jackie
Knapper. Eileen Schiff, Arlene
Segal, Mimsye Seiden and Lois
Wien.
ISKIN IS COMMANDER
ORDER PURPLE HEART
Charles S. Iskin, Miami whole-
sale jeweler, was installed as
commander of the William J.
McCarthy chapter of Military
Order of the Purple Heart, at 8
recently at the VFW post home.
2824 S. W. 16th St.
Other officers installed will be
Clarke Wood, senior vice com-
mander; Jerry Haycraft, junior
vice commander; Howard L. Bur-
din, finance officer; Lowell
Squires, judge advocate, and Jos-
eph Montante, sergeant-at-arms.
For the planning and construc-
tion of emergency landing strips
200 miles behind the Japanese
lines in Burma, T-Sgt. King S.
Dansky. 27. of Miami Beach, won
the Legion of Merit.
Working as a member of Col.
Phil Cochran's "Air Commandos,"
Technical Sgt. Dansky flew a tiny
liaison plane into small emer-
gency strips laid out by ground
patrols operating behind Jap
lines. Then he recruited Bur-
mese labor crews to widen these
strips until they were suitable for
use by regular hospital aircraft.
Meanwhile, he, himself, re-
moved wounded Allied soldiers
on many occasions during the 83
missions he flew in 28 months in
the China-Burma-India theater.
He also holds the Distinguished
Flying Cross and the Air Medal.
A 1939 graduate of Miami
Beach High school, his parents
live at 233 First St.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Lt. Alex Sherman, 20, of Brook-
lyn. Mediterranean area.
Cpl. Josiah Silverman, 30. of
Brooklyn. At the Battle of Eni-
wetok.
Tech. Sgt. Donald W. Silrer-
stein, 21, of New York City. Over
Germany, while on a bombing
mission. He is a radio man and
gunner.
Pvt. Philip Sinen. 32, of New
York City. In Italy, by mortar
fire.
Corp. Albert Stein, 26, of
Brooklyn. In Italy, by shrapnel.
Pvt. Martin Steinfeld. 23, of
New York City. In Italy. Purple
Heart.
Pfc. Martin Ross, 20, of Brook-
lyn. On New Guinea.
Pfc. Samuel Seasler, 22, of the
Bronx. Anzio beachhead.


PAGE EIGHT
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'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
Last Tuesday night at the
Miami Beach YMHA, one of the
shortest and most enjoyable
meetings of the year was hold.
unencumbered by lengthy and
trying committee reports and
also tree from any alleged en-
tertainment, and surprising as it
may scorn, some important busi-
ness was accomplished.
First, it was gratifying to the
outii'o membership that the re-
cent misunderstanding over the
resignation of William Kessel-
nrjn, Hillil Director, has been
cleared up and relegated to the
dead letter tiles as a closed in-
cident. The gathering was treat-
c d to a brilliant document both
in content and in diction, which
comprised the report of the
Committee headed by Abo Aron-
owitz and assisted by Nal Han-
koff and Jerry Preehling. The
fluidity of the language in its
circumventions hold the mem-
bership in awe during the read-
ing by Brother AronowitZ, and
the biggest disappointment in
the report was that it had to ;
come to an end. It was truly a
work of erudition and the Irani
ers together with the Committee
are entitled to admiration and
respect of the entire Lodge. As
Brother Tin k so aptly expressed
"'This is truly Democracy in ac-
tion."
Brother Ike Levin gave a very
interesting report on the activi-
ties of the Magazine Committee
for the Army Hospitals at the
Beach, and reported that letters
of commendation had been re-
ceived from the Grey Ladies to-
nether with officers in charge.
Although this is a matter com-
ing under the communal and
War Service activities of the
Lodge, the results of the work
amounts to the finest ADL work
that can be done in the com-
munity, especially with the mili-
tary StatUS that exists.
A gratifying report was de-
livered by San Silvc r on the
status of the rummage store, and
from the looks ol some of the
members at the meet in it is
quite evident that there has
ben quite a lot of neglect in
available rummage. Please ar-
range io have your old clothes
puked up by one of the officers
of the ladies auxiliary, so that
they may be transformed into
ready cash which is sorely need-
ed at this time.
Brother Friedman announced
that 910 members were fully
paid up in their dues and ex-
horted the brothers to make a
concerted effort to collect back
duos delinquent members so
that at the end of the year we
would have for the tirst time.
one thousand fully paid up
members. At the same time, an
announcement was made that
the Lodge under tin- direction
oi Brother Harold Turk is pre-
paring II.- annual membership
drive. Please hue up your pros-
pects SO that when the drive is
begun we can honestly say for
the first time in our existence
thai we have Over one thousand
paid up members.
Brother Lou Heiman, Chair-
man of the committee for the
past bond drive, exhibited two
plaques purchased by the Lodge
to he placed on two sub-cha.-ers
purchased as a result of our war
bond efforts, and tin report on
the proposed launchings was de-
livered by our beloved Bl'o'hei
Sol Goldstrom, whom we wel-
come hack not only to good
health hut to his ubiquitous per-
son in social work. At the same
time it was announced that the
Lodge was preparing for the 6th
war loan drive, and the chair-
man of the drive was appointed
by Brother- Friedman He is no
othei than our amiable secre-
tary, Sam Silver. We know that
Sam will do a wonderful job
and we pledge to him our un-
tiring efforts.
The meeting was closed with
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a rambling report by your writ-
er, who seemed to have had dif-
ficulty in expressing his
thoughts in "clean" and clear
terms. Undoubtedly, there wen;
several misunderstandings ol
ambiguous terminology as evi-
denced by the Constant heckling
ol several memhers. One in par-
ticular, whose name 1 will not
mention, but whoso first initial
Stanli v.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
s. v i. ei .<' nouni a through Qreati i
Miami Rabblnli .ii Aasc* latIon are:
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th
St.. Reform. Services conducted by
Or. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sabbath eve
ervli ei Ft Iday vetting, < > tobei 13th,
1944, v is |, in Sermon: "I Aim a Jew,
What Ao v..ii '
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Orthodox. PYldaj evening servici at
-, o'clock Haturdaj morning al 9
Mlnrha, Bhaloah Heudos .ma Maarh
.a i; p in Schaarel Zedek
Talmud Torahh, 1543 H W Third Si
h'rlda) evening services al IS i>. m.
Saturday morning aei..... services' al
K .'.'I i in Rabbi Simon April will
speak ..ii the Weekly Portion "f H"
Law Junloi services al 10:18 a m.,
. (inducted by Ihe Junloi Rabbi Api H
will address the junior congregatl.....
.ma refreshment! will be served by
Hi.- I.ell.-. Auxiliary. Hebrew Bel.....I
daily al i p m Sunday School re-
-.inin ... on tin i Mil "f i "ctober.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Conserv-
ative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
!"11*i..> evening services .o s l*'. an
oneg Shabal win follow the services.
Hostesses will be .Mrs. Mona Altman
ei.i viiv Melvln V It man Rabbi Leon
Kronish will preach Sermon topli will
be "Moses ii Dumbarton Oaks."
Cantor Loun Hayman will chant ami
lead i ommunity singing.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Friday evening services :n 8:30. Sab.
bath morning al 9. Bai Mltsvah of
Marvin, son ..f Mi and Mre Morris
Kim nl in Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will nddresa the Bar Mltivah on the
ubjeel "tlreal Iteglnnlngs." Shalos
S' nil,.- hi i. so |, in Regulai meeting
a the Mlirahl organisation ol Miami
lleai h win be held al B p. m Saturday
Induction exercises will be held by the
religious school and < library present-
ation io tin- Congregation Sunday ev<
King al ;
Jt^L^Tomii 1944
PALM BEACH NOTE
MRS. MA1Y SCHREBNICK. BaprMaQt^^
Temple Israel Sisterhood hold
its Hrsl luncheon and business
meeting oi the season at Fox's
Cafe Monday. Or. Carl N. Her-
man spoke on "Plans For the
Future." Arrange incuts wore
made for organization of a fel-
lowship discussion grouu for
nun and women at the Temple
at 8:30 p. m. October 16. Mrs.
Sol Rotter presided over activi-
ties.
Pvt. M. Dobrow is spending a
furlough here visiting his family
before going to California. His
mother. Mrs. L. H. Dobrow. who
i(sides in Miami, came up for a
few days to visit with him.
A mooting of Congregational
Beth El was held Tuesday night
at Sher Memorial h;dl
of taxportancej^^^JW*
__An executive board .- .-
B na B-nth was I ll Thtlns of
""Kilt at 8 p. m hTuhursday
President Jacob rii* hom f
Greenwood Drive pfc '35
"sumg year were^aSLfctt*
B'rith Milah for thn ,
son of Sgt. an(| Mrs cL,mfimt
was held Friday m, rni^hWartz
a. m. at St. Maw's ft2i%%
tam S. A. Man^S^Cap-
B'ST ft lSCntr the
from a combinedfEurinSSn
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
I'Vlilnj evening services al 7 IS o'clock
and Saturday morning al I 10 Rabbi
Max Shapiro will speak on the Portion
f the i..i. Sunday s, I.....i registra-
tion Sunday morning al P:4S ana
Hebrew School dally from Monday
through Thursday al t r m.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Conservative Sabbath, PYldaj eve-
N tobi: 13th, Kabbalaa Shabbas
wrvice ; l.'i p in Saturday morning
service, a. m Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will preach mi Hi, Port.....of the Law.
Cantor Em.inul Barkan will hunt the
i \n.- Mlncha .it 6 i". |i in followed
1 ^ Hhaloah Reudoi Junloi coni serv-
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I %  PAGE SIX Jknist ncrktlan TODAY. OCTOBER 13, ICOR COMMITTEE WILL HELP REBUILD CRIMEA Greater Miami ICOR committee will launch a campaign to issue a Golden Illustrated Book to aid in the rebuilding of the Jewish sections in the Crimea, at a mass meeting and concert to be held on Sunday. October 22. 8:30 p. m., at the Miami Woman's Club auditorium. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. Professor Charles Kuntz. national president, is coming from New York, specially to address the meeting. Rev. Joseph Barth. of the Unitarian church, will speak on '"Racial Tolerance." Charles I. Smolikoff. Florida State Director of the C.I.O.. will greet the gathering. Musical program of great interest has been arranged with Ruth Brotman. soprano. Jan Turkiewicz, violinist, and Witold Turkiewicz will accompany on piano. Louis Powesky will conduct the Miami Jewish folks chorus in several numbers suited for the occasion. Molka Rich, will he the presiding chairman. CHORAL SOCIETY NOW SPONSORED BY B. I. E. The Bureau of Jewish Education in co-operation with its alfiliated schools and Town and Beach "Y" announces the formation of an Adult Choral and Singing Society. The first session will be held on Monday, October 16th. at 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center under the direction of Mr Emanuel Barkan. Mr. Balkan has had many years experience with adult choral groups. The purpose of the Singing Society is community wide. Voice training is not a pre-requisite. Those who can sing are invited to attend. The repertoire will consist of Hebrew. Yiddish, and English folk songs. It will include Palestinian melodies, some synagogue music, and modern Jewish song.-. AJC WOMEN TO HOLD PARTY ON OCTOBER 30 The "Every Member Bring a Member" party which the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is holding October 30th promises to be an event of social significance and will culminate the membership drive. Members are urged to make reservations for themselves and their "new member" — which is to be the only admission fee. Mrs. Max Meisel. membership chairman, and her able I committee are making very inj teresting preparations for the program and refreshments. Early reservations are urged by phoning 5-7253. I The "Friday Review Book [ Series" will start on November 10th. Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman of this project, announces a favorable response. Last year's subscribers are resubscribing for the new series. which will begin with the widely acclaimed novel. "Heaven and High Earth." by Gwethalvn Graham. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is planning a very interesting and extensive repertoire. Formal invitations will be sent out announcing details. Further information and subscriptions can be obtained by calling Mrs. Philip Salmon, at 5-4418. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE IS WORKING ON GIFTS The Serve-a-Hospital Committee is now working on its second shipment of gifts for the wounded returnees stationed at the Fmney General Hospital at Thomasville, Ga. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. chairman, reports she is grateful loi all the effort the women and B.B. girls put forth in read\ \ ig the first shipment of gifts in time for Rosh Hoshana distribution. J^GAL NOTICES BETH SHOLOM LADIES TO HOLD FIRST MEET The Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Center, 7(il 41st St.. Miami Beach, announces their first regular meeting of (he season, in the form of an open house, to take place Wednesday, October 18th. Games will be played and refreshments served. Members and friends are unite, I to intend. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin NCJW TO HOLD INITIAL SEASONAL MAH JONGG The National Council of Jewish Women will hold their initial seasonal Mah Jongg and card party under the auspices of Mrs. Miriam Kobley. on October 20 at 1 p. m at the home oi the president, Mi>. Nal L. Williams. 114 W. 2 Tenac.. San Marino Island. Refreshments will be served, and prizes will highlight the i v nt ol the day. Large attendance is urged lor the success oi th, v, ally calendar. Reservations may be made by calling the office. .M>554. or fi-1847. or 5-7828. BINGO AND CARDS TO BE GIVEN_BY GIRLS Daughters of Jewish War Veterans, Frieda Markowit/ Post Auxiliary 174. will sponsor a card and bingo party m the Miami "Y" Sunday evening, October 15th. at 8 p. m. The pubbe is invited, and an admission Charge of 35c is being made. ADL DIRECTORTEAVES FOR SPEAKING TOUR Alexander Miller, director ,.| the Honda Hem,,nal Office oi fluAnti-Defamation League will leave tins weekend for a. speaking tour through the South. tie will make stop~ m Montgomery. Mobile. Birmingham, Atlanta, and Winston Salem. Upon iletion of his tour, he will visit Chicago, where be will attend a meeting Of the National ADL commission. He will be gone about two weeks, and in his absence Mr George Talianoff will be m charge of th,. ( ,i tu ( Made From Fresh Oranges I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Ouz Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street B'NAI B'RITH DAY AT BLOOD BANK TUESDAY Kv,lv Tu' B'nai B'rith day at the Dade County Blood Bank. Rudy Adler. chairman of the Sholem Lodge Beach Blood Bank committee designated this (lav on which members of the Lodge are to make special appointments to donate blood to the ^'.V^' T, "^'V Mr. Adler had 22 people appear Following the donation refreshments are served to the donors, with Mrs Rudy Adler personally bakinc and preparing the edibles. Members of the order are asked In contact Mr Adler or be at the Bank in the Ingraham Bldg. beween 9 and 1 Tuesday to make blood donations The articles now being processed will leave Miami for Chanuka presentation. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, chair, nan of contributing member-, has had a very encouraging response from the different organizations she has visited. The committee then held its next meeting Thursday. October 12 at 2 p. m. at the town YM & YWHA. All women who can do band or machine sewing are asked to attend these sessions. MIAMI CHAPTERNHIC HOLD ANNUAL PARTY Installation and Annual Membership Tea of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 17.. at 1:30 p. m.. at the Y.M. & W.H.A.. Miami Beach. t Mrs. M. B Ross and Mrs. G. Newlander, co-chairmen, have planned a interesting progrtffn. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver the invocation. Friends anil members are invited to attend. New officers and board members to be introduced are: Mrs. Myron Newman, president: Mrs. Irving Miller, 1st vice-president; MiHv Friedman, 2nd vicepresident: Mrs. John Feller, 3rd ; i< i pn sident; MiMornLefi' cording secretary; Mrs. Herman Wronker, corresponding Si I retary; Mrs. Lee Goudiss, financial secretary; Mrs. Sam l.ubv. treasurer: Mrs. Sam Legch< I. auditor. Boaid members include: Mrs. Jerry Alexander, Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs Dave Beyer, Mrs Charles Burn.-. Mrs Ben Bloom. Mrs. George Feller, Mrs. Ruth Kenan Hertz, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Mrs, Hose Goudiss, Mrs. I. H. Goldman. Mrs. Sam Kirstein. Mrs Herman I.itwin. Mrs. Mollie Lifshutz, Mrs. Hattie Newman. MrGisella Newlander. Miss Steinhauser, Mrs. Max Safra and Mrs. Abe Subcrman. (Thla column la conducted by the Greater Mi.mil Jewish Federation In cooperation wltfl The Jewish Klorldlan u a community eervloe. To Inform tin' community of your organisation's activities "'"I to uvold conflicts In antes, phone 3-5411 and auk for '(•.immunity Calendar." Notification inu-t reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Sunday, Oct. 15th: Religious Sihool Induction exerclsea ami Library presentation: Beth Jacob, evening; I >aun liters of iii. Jewish War Veterans, card party, Miami "V." X:30 p. m. Monday. Oct. 16th: Jewish Choral and singing Society, sponsored by Bureau of Jewish (•.duration in co-operation with affiliated schools and "Vs." will meel at Miami Beach Jewish Center al I p in Tuesday. Oct. 17th: National Hbme B*or Jewish Chitdren at Denver, Installation tea; Servicemen's Needs Commit) n iin Committee on Communlt] Needs, Federation office, *: m. Friday. Oct. 20th: National Council of Jewish Worn• n, dessert bridge, door in lz-s, MI.Nai Williams, lit Weal 2nd Terrace, Ban Marino island, afternoon Monday. Oct. 23rd: Installation luncheon "f the Miami I teach Jewish Center Sisterhood, i" ii.i i and music, al centei. Buslness uid Professional Women's i>i Ion of Hadasaan, regular meeting, i;. .i. h • v '. sir, |. in of g#?US5 S&55 W B. W Ith Btreet ^ES^lft ntend to rcKls,.,. ,„/. JJJW n. jrfc £ Attorney for Annli,-,,,, MORRIR KKSTrA'lur,, MAX It SILVER R NOTICE is HEREBY Grvwi"^ the undersigned, deslrlni V,, ^J ha; ARTHUR s SIMON MORRIS I. BARNOW LEON KAPLAN Attorne) for Applicants i" 13 20 27 ll 3-10 HELP IS NEEDED Volunteer Red Cross Nurses' urgently needed now. Interviews Monday through Friday between 2 and 4 p. m. at 507 N. E. First Ave. for two classes starting Monday. Oct. 30 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Day class, 10 a. m. Night class, 7 p. m. NOTICE is HEREBY GtVHM tk,, the undersigned, desiring t„ tnf Z In business undei th. fl, tltloui £* "f DAROLE COSMETICS a. "'Washington A vein... M, ;ln i| ,,,;;' Flo. i.la. Intends to register tbeuki name will, the Clerk of thf CbS Court ol Dade County, Hond. EDWARD BROTMAN MARTIN OENET **!** Attorne) foi Applicant 10/11-20-27 ll NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha the undersigned, desiring m Minn In business under the fietitloui IUIW of EMPIRE K'l.'l.s .,• ,i, So S! weal S" ond ii. me, Miami Klorida. Intend to regli l. i th, -aid num. with the Clerk "f In. circuit Court of Dade County, Florida I8ADORE K"STINKR w JOSEPH IILOCR MAX It sn.\ I:I: Ait", nei f"i Appli. .i %  1" 10-20-27 11 ; in DRINK PLENTY OF C/Zripure Water OEUVmo TO YOUB HO-IE iGallOM BOTTLE 6 0c CASE or six ^ TABLE BOTTLES ) 5 C Plui Bottlf Deposit PHONE 2-4128 LEGAL NOTICES Notice Ili.l.l.i Kiv.n Hi. I tile ...nit isigned, desiring in engage In business under the fictitious nai >f JO \.V\ SHOI' .,. is N l-i Si Miami, Klorida, Intend to register -aid name in n ft ,t the Cletk %  >f the circuit Court of Dade county. I-1" ni.i HEN HARRIS ZIMMERMAN VI.BKRT A in i|tN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorne) foi Applicants '• 22-29 10 E 13-10 Partners ENTERTAINMENT HELD BY BETH DAVID LADIES Mrs. Hyman Scnitin was chair!u a 1? of a committt-c this year that entertained members and friends ol the Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood ,,. .. Si2f & art & Kl ll "''"'lv deco fated, the Succa was said to be one of the prettiest in the country, according to out-of-town KUestS that have visited it. Mrs. I Harry Ol.phant is president of trie Sisterhood, under whose auspices the Succas activities are presented. B AND P OF HADASSAH TO HAVE PARTY OCT. 17 The Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will present an evening of culture, entertainment and fun Tuesday wnufa'm.J 7, at 8:30 Bt Uw YM& WHA. Miami Beach. Two technicolor talkie films will be presented, and A. P. Cannes, director M the Bureau Of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, will -i>e..k ami ie ; ,d th. community singing. Maurice Samuels, author and translator. will comment throughout the presentation „t A Day m Dagania." th.' first Palesti buUl •"•'"""' Men in uniform will be honond i;„,..s (Si an d I...H.-^ and then friends are invited, NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that i lie undei hlmieil. ileHiiiiiK 10 enKaRe '", RfiJiSS?" 1 "" 1 1 >!'•• flitltioiiK name "f HOTEL SHELDON, ..i JL'7 7th St.. Miami Beach. Florida, intend i.. register the said name with the Clert or trie ( iiei.it Couii of Dade County. 1I", id.. M. |RT< >\ RUBEN8THTN RUTH RUBEN8TBIN LEON KAPLAN Owners -\ • for Applicants NOTIi R is HEREBY OIVEN that •"'•"••i.-lune,i. deairlng ... engage f %  r"^^",•'^^..""' l • | ,h nctltloui name %  i ARLYN-H \IK\"s WEAR, at ll.is nashlnRtnn w..„ .... Miami Hea.-h. '""'•' Intends In register the .said •. with '•"• Clerk of ,„.. r,,,",, ol Dade Countv. Plorlds MM:I:, HE1M^ HAN TAW TO I..-V. .'; J:;V:M" A "i ,lo n CIVIC LEAGUE TO HOLD REGULAR MEET OCT. 18 There will be a regular meetK f th J J Clvlc League at 8 p. m. Wednesday. October 18th at the YMHA. 1 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach. A buffet supper will follow. MM „ NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that ,;.'"„"-• "" Il ,h 'Ictltlous name IHK'W.V FRIENDLY INN. a. %  W Isl Avenue. Miami. n..rwith thl n 1", 1 r "S l ter 'he said name "r ,, %  • u \ k 'i, "" %  '"' %  '" Court '" "'' ount> K.OI |(| a MAH R -., vi n AI:MIN l!,t WN ALE 1 Amtrict't Fintst Since 7840 Keep on buying War Bonds. NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that n* to engaje or HKRMI i \.;i. HOTEL. ... 120 N tends u '." M '" "orlda. InMAX R BiLvER* 1 MJNKOron NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, .." doing iiu-::-. under the flctltioui name ol JAYMolt I'ltl ii si M.i'.Y CO., .1 Ml W. L'l-t Tel Miami Kla.. intend lo register the said nam. i.h the clerk of .he Circuit Courl cf Dade Count>. Plortda NAT LEVITT SOPHIE 1.KVITT CARROLL i.KVITT 1" 13-20-27 ll : 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th.il tinundersigned, deslrlni .<' ensaxf In business under th. (j. .i:a>us n> of Hi Mill's DEPARTMENT WORE, 10] North 2nd Road, South Miami. Florida, intend to register U name with the Clerk ef .he Circuit Court of 1 '.nli 'ountj Floi ii i MORRIS AROS KSIIII i: AROS ('" %  I.artiKrt. MYERS .. HEIM VN Attoi nej s f"i Pel ll loner '.' 22-29 1" •'13-20 STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP. MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION. ETC.. REQUIRED BV THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912. AND MARCH 3. 1933 • •f The Jewish KloridUB, llshed week I) al Mia nl, Plorl Keptembi i 22, 1944 State ..f Florida Count)' oi Dade, Befoi !, .i notary public i" M for the Stale and i-ountj %  pel sonally appear. .1 Ki. il K SI who, I. .\ Ins I" en dul> worn i Ins i" laa. di po ei snU • IN 'Ja. lie iii.Managii i i ,,f J, Jew i-h I'i'.iiiii.di. and Hi.it .he Wlowing Is. i" Hi. best ledge and !•• lief, K trui l ... i!i. oanership, management, ett, '.i ili. aforesaid p ibl tk*n da.,shown in the above .aption required by the Act ". August :* %  '* as amended b) the A( I %  •' J"". r f "i 1933, embod ed ll m • : '. 0>a Laws and ReiCUlatiOIIS, j.rlnt.-1 the revel w ul I hl i". %  '" "'.' „, 1. That t •"• %  "•'* lah Kioridian. ii... Incorporaws. e Shochet, IMbllsh. "•""•' %  ,' L 2973. Miami, I'!:. Kre.l K. 8 Managing Editor, P. Bw • Miami. Kla. Jv „|j-r :: Th.,, the known ^$Kj mortgagees, and other •""'">, or era owning or noldlng i i"' r .' mnrtMI, ne of i"iai amount of bond* mor. gages, or othei securities, are.rf | Tll .,, hl two •••'^'"^JL'ownabove, giving the names tat era, Htm-khoTders, and "ecurlty as-j are, if any. italn noi cm '" |pr of S.'M khoM. is and -' > h %  a the) appear uopn the gijS compani l..n also, In %  .<•%  %  "" ', p stockho oi 10' Managina -z „ %  worn to and auhscribed BM (If, commlaalon es % 



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PAGE EIGHT fJewisti fkridiem %  'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG Last Tuesday night at the Miami Beach YMHA, one of the shortest and most enjoyable meetings of the year was hold. unencumbered by lengthy and trying committee reports and also tree from any alleged entertainment, and surprising as it may scorn, some important business was accomplished. First, it was gratifying to the outii'o membership that the recent misunderstanding over the resignation of William Kesselnrjn, Hillil Director, has been cleared up and relegated to the dead letter tiles as a closed incident. The gathering was treatc d to a brilliant document both in content and in diction, which comprised the report of the Committee headed by Abo Aronowitz and assisted by Nal Hankoff and Jerry Preehling. The fluidity of the language in its circumventions hold the membership in awe during the reading by Brother AronowitZ, and the biggest disappointment in the report was that it had to ; come to an end. It was truly a work of erudition and the Irani ers together with the Committee are entitled to admiration and respect of the entire Lodge. As Brother Tin k so aptly expressed "'This is truly Democracy in action." Brother Ike Levin gave a very interesting report on the activities of the Magazine Committee for the Army Hospitals at the Beach, and reported that letters of commendation had been received from the Grey Ladies tonether with officers in charge. Although this is a matter coming under the communal and War Service activities of the Lodge, the results of the work amounts to the finest ADL work that can be done in the community, especially with the military StatUS that exists. A gratifying report was delivered by San Silvc r on the status of the rummage store, and from the looks ol some of the members at the meet in it is quite evident that there has ben quite a lot of neglect in available rummage. Please arrange io have your old clothes puked up by one of the officers of the ladies auxiliary, so that they may be transformed into ready cash which is sorely needed at this time. Brother Friedman announced that 910 members were fully paid up in their dues and exhorted the brothers to make a concerted effort to collect back duos delinquent members so that at the end of the year we would have for the tirst time. one thousand fully paid up members. At the same time, an announcement was made that the Lodge under tindirection oi Brother Harold Turk is preparing II.annual membership drive. Please hue up your prospects SO that when the drive is begun we can honestly say for the first time in our existence thai we have Over one thousand paid up members. Brother Lou Heiman, Chairman of the committee for the past bond drive, exhibited two plaques purchased by the Lodge to he placed on two sub-cha.-ers purchased as a result of our war bond efforts, and tin report on the proposed launchings was delivered by our beloved Bl'o'hei Sol Goldstrom, whom we welcome hack not only to good health hut to his ubiquitous person in social work. At the same time it was announced that the Lodge was preparing for the 6th war loan drive, and the chairman of the drive was appointed by BrotherFriedman He is no othei than our amiable secretary, Sam Silver. We know that Sam will do a wonderful job and we pledge to him our untiring efforts. The meeting was closed with ^7?>W'""""" — mtMHUHIt**** *tr#* a rambling report by your writer, who seemed to have had difficulty in expressing his thoughts in "clean" and clear terms. Undoubtedly, there wen; several misunderstandings ol ambiguous terminology as evidenced by the Constant heckling ol several memhers. One in particular, whose name 1 will not mention, but whoso first initial Stanli v. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami s. v i. ei .<' nouni %  a through Qreati i Miami Rabblnli .ii Aasc* latIon are: TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Reform. Services conducted by Or. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sabbath eve ervli ei Ft Iday • vetting, < > %  tobei 13th, 1944, v is |, in Sermon: "I AIM A Jew, What Ao v.. II % %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Orthodox. PYldaj evening servici at -, o'clock Haturdaj morning al 9 Mlnrha, Bhaloah Heudos .ma Maarh .a i; p in Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torahh, 1543 H W Third Si h'rlda) evening services al %  IS i>. m. Saturday morning aei services' al K .'.'I i in Rabbi Simon April will speak ..ii the Weekly Portion "f H" Law Junloi services al 10:18 a m., (inducted by Ihe Junloi Rabbi Api H will address the junior congregatl .ma refreshment! will be served by Hi.I.ell.-. Auxiliary. Hebrew Bel I daily al i p m Sunday School re-.inin ... on tin i Mil "f i "ctober. BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach. !•"11*i..> evening services .o s l*'. an oneg Shabal win follow the services. Hostesses will be .Mrs. Mona Altman ei.i viiv Melvln V It man Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach Sermon topli will be "Moses ii Dumbarton Oaks." Cantor Loun Hayman will chant ami lead i ommunity singing. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Friday evening services :n 8:30. Sab. bath morning al 9. Bai Mltsvah of Marvin, son ..f Mi and Mre Morris KIM nl in Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will nddresa the Bar Mltivah on the •ubjeel "tlreal Iteglnnlngs." Shalos S' nil,.HI i. so |, in Regulai meeting • a the Mlirahl organisation ol Miami lleai h win be held al B p. m Saturday Induction exercises will be held by the religious school and %  < library presentation io tinCongregation Sunday ev< King al ; Jt^L^Tomii 1944 PALM BEACH NOTE MRS. MA1Y SCHREBNICK. BaprMaQt^^ Temple Israel Sisterhood hold its Hrsl luncheon and business meeting oi the season at Fox's Cafe Monday. Or. Carl N. Herman spoke on "Plans For the Future." Arrange incuts wore made for organization of a fellowship discussion grouu for nun and women at the Temple at 8:30 p. m. October 16. Mrs. Sol Rotter presided over activities. Pvt. M. Dobrow is spending a furlough here visiting his family before going to California. His mother. Mrs. L. H. Dobrow. who i ( s ides in Miami, came up for a few days to visit with him. A mooting of Congregational Beth El was held Tuesday night at Sher Memorial h;dl of taxportancej^^^JW* An executive board .-„ .B na B-nth was I ll Th tlns of ""Kilt at 8 p. m h„ T u hursda y President Jacob rii* hom f Greenwood Drive pfc '35 • %  "sumg year were^aSLfctt* B'rith Milah for thn son of Sgt. an ( | M rs cL, mfim t was held Friday m, rni^ hWartz a. m. at St. Maw's ft2i% % tam S. A. Man^S^CapB'ST £ft lS Cnt r the from a combined f EurinSS n BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. I'Vlilnj evening services al 7 IS o'clock and Saturday morning al I 10 Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on the Portion • •f the I..I. Sunday s, I i registration Sunday morning al P:4S ana Hebrew School dally from Monday through Thursday al t r m. I ADVANTAGES J of a IIAIIE FEIIERAL MORTGAGE V • LOW RATES • BASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Youn LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $10,000,000 AE PBMtAl jowu.urroi.na8iDBTrr MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave. Conservative Sabbath, PYldaj eve%  N tobi: 13th, Kabbalaa Shabbas wrvice •; l.'i p in Saturday morning service, %  a. m Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach mi Hi, Port o f the Law. Cantor Em.inul Barkan will hunt the •••i \n.Mlncha .it 6 i". |i in followed 1 %  ^ Hhaloah Reudoi Junloi coni servil 10 .i in Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SW N. W. 7th 8t. Ph. 8-7301 Beet care tor chronic sick, conve'••cent end elderly peoo'* SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable Prices sasss* Large Besutitul Ground..^.— When You Think ot Real Estate Think Ot LEO EISENSTE1N REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6-179 Dependable, Conscientious Service HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 805 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-58M RENTALS %  LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotali Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 oq* *&>*, AUGUST BROS HyZ la the BEST.' v//V. y0Mgtfm MM 1//////JWM/**—"-' AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach. Fla. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM-ICE CREAM FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,lnc. 1201 South Olivo Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE • %  CaTHAaef OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beat e It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beer Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meat* •7th and Normal Ave. CWsSfJ tfOOD FOB THl 'TjjSTJiii^ CORAL GABLES RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avi.. 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mmmtm PAGE FOUR *Jewisli FIcrMiari FRIDAY, OCTOBER 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 13, 1944 TISHER 26, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 41 TAKING INVENTORY It is a usual and in most instances imperative task in business to periodically take inventory. Many individuals ofttimes during the course oi their activities stop and take inventory of themselves. Religiously, we pause at the new year Holy Days for retrospection and introspection. Sunday our Jewish Community will take inventory. A population survey will be inaugurated starting Sunday and will be completed as speedily as possible. Much effort in preparing the field for the canvass has been expended. Organization of a Volunteer Enumerating Division, the individuals that will actually go into the field, have been given their instructions and necessary data. Upon these women fall the responsibility for the success of Greater Miami's first undertaking to determine its growth, size and potentiality. Thorough, accurate, complete canvassing will give this community valuable information. This data, when compiled, will enable a program of expansion to the Jewish people on a sound and intelligent basis. Properly channeled, by virtue of the information and knowledge gained, this expansion will inure benefit to its people and redound credit as an integral part of the community. We predict surprising facts and figures when the survey is completed. Basis for the speculative estimates of the size of our community will now have justification. We urge the cooperation of the residents of the community to the enumerators when called upn. They are doing a hard I job for all of us. They deserve not only our aid in giving the | reguired information, but our going out of the way to assist in all manner possible. We look forward to this inventory and stock-taking, so long needed. Its success will show this community the path for a better tomorrow. Mrs. Max Melscl, Mr*. John nn Lei Ine Mi Hi i in HI Tuppi •. Mr* s i 'nil. ii. Mi E llodonena, Ml Sam Z M I 11., rj K<>hn Mn M.I II ii %  vipi r„ Mm Btl i Ja \ii. I. Rli hman. Ml lr< ni I la mli Iman, Mm I• u • Ii Mr* l.ui'lll. [>* '.' Mark Herow, \im.i Alpi iK inlm Mi Lillian It.HiMi n, \i 11 Id '/. man M I kill I M I Mi a I'lotkln, V, III in Knll Ml %  rel a Traurlg, Mr* KpHtfln, Mm Ji in AdelaIIDI for, Mn Joseph Ro • Mn B oti in. Mi %  Ii \ a i bai h, Mi i %  %  Stclnmnn Mr* (Ji eenfli Id, Mi \l\ in /. h, Mi %  Ki 'if enwood, Mi v ,1 N idli i MiM H Rubin, M I' i s. hachno. i %  I.I i.. i. Mi H .ni Hil> %  •. Mi Milton i .i %  Mn Irvlnii Herman, Mn 1 I< >rd — M : %  Nn I St i M \ • Is Mi Mai \ in R.iu Mi l .. w i Kane, Mr* Harrj Ml All. II Hi n.l.imiii. Ml Jack Benjamin, Mra Sldnej Stepkln, TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE fJtAidtfy Confidential -By PHINEAS I. BIRONJEWISHSURVEY TO BEGIN DCT 15 CONTINUED FROM PACt receiving J< wish Jo; i i.ii Ro E tor ',i Federation, Rave d< ction to thi HI rki i i Mi < I Mi VIM-I MI '• \ \l M.i I VVIIII.ii dl !! Ill-It I .' I II 'Ji .•..|li V1 Rose I M i \| Mra. I Mi .lean I'hl li.a.ali hi l Mi S Wi %  1 II V1 I, • • Ml Inn i SCwn k • %  Lewli Ii %  i, %  ,i irt, Mi • '• %  '1 l • % %  II II li, M I i di S..I -i ipi • M la M|...; Herman U I" i %  leroim I di Sat Mai M V. : %  "• Mi Mrs. Mcnte Selig %  i %  .i.i -.. • i i v im. d i i i \\ I i Krii .Iman. ii. Ml M. I llai i: Mi M i M No I %  .. %  \ .: %  %  i %  I AniHterdan Ml Ml IMu.i il %  < i I I M \\ || in Sidli Mi Al( AI Wei M I K, VI \ • ml. M M s MarKiilli M Mi Ti -I %  I i M M M Kotl Ii .1 Mi .1 r %  n. Mr* i V' Hold i Sutler, Ml • M Mm Herman u M SeBal, Mr* I: I.MI.,11. Mi ih llip w M H. Hacker. Mra. 8. H. 1 toni. r'elrtman M Mi l:11 x lllnki M Hi %  Mr.Ida B. Itlln, M M i. Brown Beli.v. Mr* Jo • |th i -., %  { %  Imon, Mr H Bali M R Bain, M '• %  M Ii \v.,|%  %  >\ Mr* Ito • i %  %  • %  Mi Mn H. Cove,,! Mi Sam l.li M i* Thi Im i Ki i I' led || M Mn MM


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iybiltUEIIiDipidliigun THE JEWISH WEEKLY WZUME 17 NUMBER 41 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS POPULATION SURVEY BEGINS OCTOBER 15 I PLANS FOII PISE IIIES A joint lecture and concert series sponsored by the Town and Beach "Y's" was announced this The series will open on Sunday November 5, with Maurice Samuel, brilliant publicist, author translator and lecturer: author' of "The Great Hatred." •The World of Sholem Aleicnem," Harvest in the Desert" and manv other books. Mr. I Samuel will speak on a timely subject. Others in the series are: busie | Michael and Maurice Friedman in the "Cavalcade of Jewish Music"; Molly Picon, famous comedienne who has entertained millions of people; and Harry Gendel. formerly of the Artef Players, whose original interpretation of humorous monologues and character sketches has placed him in great demand. Joseph Rambam. chairman of the Beach "Y" Cultural commit1 tee, in commenting about the (series said, "We hope through I the lecture and concert series planned jointly by both "Y's" to present to the Jewish comImunity a project that will <) > 1 the most good for the greatest (number ol people." I David C. Willner. chairman of (the Town "Y" Cultural commitI tee remarked, "We feel that this I joint sponsorship is a step forward toward better community I planning. Renowned artists who (will appear here this coming Istason under the joint sponsorIship of both "Y's". will fill a lions felt need in this commuI mty." I Series tickets will be available in the offices of both "Y's". [IHDLLANO JEWS FORCED LABOR Maastricht. Holland (JTA) — [Three-fourths of the 140.000 |ws who resided in Holland beIor e the German occupation lere deported to "unknown designations' by the Gestapo, this Itwrtspondent has established. |About 80,000 of them had resid|w m the Netherlands for generI'UOtlS. %  ^ AUhough in great danger, KSi'V" Ho "a'>d actively participated n hiding Allied airmen. KS!i nn fa,se identity docuKLV'T them and helping Irnnt £""* into Belgium en IUM Er >Kland. the corresponF was told. Some of the air%  K2.K* 1 '"" Weltered in places %  •men Sl rvcd as hidcouts for BniK e vadm e deportation from !" 5 I" this way hundreds Imm vi ,-. ; 1 l,u n were saved Iff he Gestapo. %  m„i lWs ,n Holland, received IS r u h( deal from the Run £ a t. even ,nt Jow s of Bel Kt th n rance n 'v the fact | Gestapo men accepted fL'J. ne of them. The EKV ven Provided "Aryan" No in ( um,n,s for Jews who rthem' 1 D sltlnn to pay well JEWISH BOOKS GIVEN TO NEW LIBRAE? HERE The Bureau of Jewish Education announced this week that I Mrs. Moses Krieger through her attorney. Harry Simonhnlf. has announced the contribution of the sum of $500 for a collection of Jewish books tO the Jewish Library of Greater Miami sponsored by the Bureau. The col-! lection will be known as the Moses Krieger Memorial Collec! tion. A plaque will be set up | in his honor, and his name memorialized in every book of the collection. The Jewish Library of Greater Miami was started several months ago and has succeeded thus far in collecting several hundred volumes on Jewish content in Hebrew, Yiddish, and English. The purpose of the library is community-wide and its intention is to serve youth and adults. It is temporarily housed at 319 Congress building. We invite the public to visit our library and contribute books and periodicals to the library. ItLECTS OFFICERS INI EXECUTIVES %  %  — % % %  n-i-ak Stanley C. Myers. Honorary GERMAN JEWS HELD President of Federation, was the FOR TNVF^TTCiATTON mam speaker at a rally last I Ufl I WVfcOn WUKJn Wodncsday addressing volunteer T ioup Rolwi.im (TTAi T .,' e numerators for the Jewish Popish Ll nfember.f T thf AssT^-iaUon l : t '" Survey to get under way The Greater Miami Army-. Navy committee of the National \ a f riva L hcre / u S< f e fc 0 ( he !" a !£ Jewish Welfare board elected! ? har ed with collaborating with Front and the Maquis movement | s h community. He stated that and held for investigation, this "\ J f. U ** tremendous bencorrespondent learned* upon his jg £* &""^tf JK2" officers and an executive cominittee. when the committee-ofthe-whole of the organization met last Sunday morning. Mr. Monte Selig presided in the absence of Mr. Sam Blank, chairman. Reports of the various activities of the committee were rendered. the German occupation authorities. It is estimated here that at least 35.000 Jews were reported WS}} 1 jfiSSrl Mia from Belgium. Among them I l ?.'?. 00 JT,?,;„ J< W „ S ai were members of the Associa. t ^ t '.„ f cou ,s ^„ no e c JEWS OF mat RETURNING HIE ARE IN DIRE NEED New York (JTA)—A declaration by the Allied powers endorsing the proposal for the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth was urged by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Zionist Organization of America. With victory for the United Nations assured, now is the proper time for issuance of such a statemen. Dr. Goldstein die hired. Speaking at a press conference devoted to the forthcoming annual conference of the ZOA. which will open on Oct. 11 at the St. Charles Hotel in Atlantic City. Dr. Goldstein stressed the necessity for American Jews to give economic assistance to the Jewish community of Palestine since "political guarantees alone will not build Palestine."' He announced that the ZOA plans to raise $1,000,000 within the next three years for the establishment in Palestine of a colony bearing its name. Although the formal opening of the convention will take place on Saturday evening. October 14th. a number of major functions are scheduled beginning Thursday, October 12th, including sessions of tne pre-convention advisory committee and of the national ZOA executive committee. The banbath dinner on Friday evening will be devoted to a symposium on Jewish youth and on Saturday, following Sabbath services, there will be held an OneR Shahbath devoted to the theme of Hebrew. tion cf Jews in Belgium. The Chief Rabbi, who was the head of the organization, was arrestUnanimously elected to again I & %  &!£ tf S^ASA S-m Rnk Innth^ camp where he was held. The Sam Blank as chairman. Others, d also forced hi t wash Chosen were Monte Selig and.fc ie latrincs H e was freed by Carl Weinkle, vice chairmen: the arrival of the Allied troops Mrs. Herbert Wallach, secretary. On the executive committee: Rudy Adler. George Bertman. Mrs. George Chertkof. Mrs. Max Dobrin, Abe Goldman, Louis Heiman. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs. PLACE CHILDREN OF JEWISH PEOPLE Paris (JTA) — One of the bravest epics of the war and the German occupation is being revealed with the parents from whom they were separated in order to save them from deportation. The details of the greatest human rescue set-up since the American underground railway of pre-civil war days are just now coming to light. Catholic aided priests and Protestants Jews in placing half of the Jewobtained. One of the most imthe men and women in the service, it will also be of untold value in helping different organizations in the community to plan their growth. He asked whether Greater Miami had nd stated ould give the answer now, but after the survey is over the community will have an accurate picture on which to base its plans for future activities. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, co-chairman with Mrs. Monte Selig of the volunteer enumerators, presided. M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the Population Surrey Planning committee, told how he and his staff, together with approximately twenty office volunteers under Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, had been working regularly since August 1st to prepare all the various forms necessary for the survey. Every Jewish organization in Greater Miami co-operated in making their membership lists available to the population survey. According to Mr. Kopelowitz, there will be months of tabulation and computation necessary before all the figures are finally in. He stated that we will be able to tell not only how many Jewish residents there are in Greater Miami, but also where they live. We will know, too, added Mr. Kopelowitz. what percentage of our people have been in the armed forces. In addition, such other factors as citizenship, age distribution, organizational affiliations, will be ledge of what percentage of our (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Ada Joseph, Mrs. Murray Koven. Dave Phillips. Fred Shochet. t as k of hiding youngsters. While William Singer, Mrs. Miriam many families managed, mdividish children in Paris in the por tant factors will be a knewcountryside with friendly Frenchmen or spiriting them out of the country. After July. 1942, when the Germans suddenly swooped down on the Jewish quarter of | Paris and arrested 20,000 women ; and children. the remaining i Jews began the underground I Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert. Harry Zukernick. Ex Officio; Chaplain Sol Kraft, Chaplain Carl Miller, A. P. Gannes, Maurice Grossman, Gus Jacobson. Jack Marash. Rabbi Albert Michaels. Alexander Miller, Joseph Rose.* ganization. M [" '"A i-Liberated PolI Am ; VU 't imp representatives ation" t n J,w,sh relief or an ommi,, l ha '"nan of the Polish Settee of National Liberation K e. correspondent of the n Telegraphic Agency. ARE MORE THAN 500.000 JEWS IN U^S. FORCES New York (JTA)—Disclosing that more than 500.000 Jews are in the American armed foi Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines. Ad ministrator of Veterans Affairs. told the annual convention dinner of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States that the Jewish people have payed a great part in t he present \\ar. Verdun. France 7jTA)-The extent t, which the Germans sought to annihilate the Jews n Prance, even in the smallest vil lages is best M,n in the vicinity of Verdun where m the vUlajJ of Eta.n. where there were only four Jewish families, not a single Jew was found. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, and Nat Rothberg. Jewish Welfare board director. A planning committee to de; vise projects of service and the carrying out of additional activities of the organization was instituted. Elected to serve were: Sam Blank. Monte Selig Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Herbert Wallach. Dave Phillips. Nat Roth. Mrs. Monte Selig. Herbert Sher. Jake Sher and Fred Shocket. The nominating committee was composed of Fred Shochet. chairman: Joseph Stem, Harry Zuckernick. Joe Rose and George Wolpert. ONLY 85 VILNA JEWS ESCAPE NAZI SLAVERY Tallinn. Estonia (JTA)—Only about 85 men and women of the thousands of Vilna Jews who were sent by the Germans to slave labor in Klooga, Estonia. succeeded in escaping the massacre earned out by the Nazis on Sept. 19. two days before the retreat of the German army from Estonia, this correspondent established upon his arrival 'They remained in barracks at the Klooga camp. 35 miles from Tallinn, until two days before the German retreat. ually. to place their children with French families, three organizations undertook mass placement. They were the OSE —the Jewish Health Society— the Federation of Jewish Societies and the Zionist Youth OrJEWISH PROPERTY TAKEN Bl VICHY TO BE RETURNED Paris (JTA)—Jewish property confiscated under the antiJewish laws of the Vichy regime will be returned to the former owners, it was officially announced here. This was decided at a cabinet meeting this week. It is understood that a special office will be established by the government to take up the claims of Jews requesting the return of their confiscated possessions. Many complications are novsky, conducted a dispensarv! expected, since thousands of there. The federation placed! Jews whose property was conDr. Eugene Minkowski, president of the OSE, directed much of this risky campaign. In two years the OSE hid 600 children in northern France and 2.500 in the southern part of the country. A similar job was undertaken by Mme. Rebecca Youchnovsky, who was in charge of the Paris office of the Federation of Jewish Societies, while her husband. Dr. Aaron Youch700 children. fiscated were among those deported to extermination camps in Poland. Many administrators of "Aryanized" Jewish property disappeared after the liberation of Paris. It is assured that they either retreated with the German armies, or changed their VERY STRICT CURFEW IMPOSED INJ>ALESTINE Jerusalem (JTA)—The strictest curfew ever introduced by the British administration in Palestine on the Jewish section places of residence in order to was lifted this week. For six i a v o i d punishment. However, days no Jew was permitted to many Jewish enterprises "Arleave his home for twelve hours yanized" by Vichy officials were daily beginning with 6 p. m. listed with the central Jewish The curfew was imposed after body established in Paris under the assassination of Assistant! the occupation to deal with afPolice Superintendent T. J. WilI fairs of the Jewish community, kins by two unknown men as and are now in the hands of he was walking to police headquarters here. Armored police cars patrolled the Jewish quarter of the city to enforce the curfew. A country-wide search has not turned up the two assassins. Jewish leaders here. Are you getting ready for the Sixth Liberty Loan Drive? It starts in a few short weeks now and we should put it over the top quickly. i



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rPTDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1944 ^Je^isiiflcridiafj "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. PAGE THREE yy FYES ON ZIONISTS: Britis rclcs are keepinff an eye p h are Ktvp"* ••• "--> v Of! St flirtations with Soviet Si • A British report reachJi r.-rlain individuals in this SmSyfrarddy admits that "the Sins arc extremely interested m Palestine and are beginning chow some signs of sympathy tor Zionism" ... Although emphasizing that the change from Soviet hostility to Zionism is -very slight," the report considers this change to be "of first importance" .... The report predicts that the Zionist might easily %  urn towards powerful Russian support, if they fail elsewhere Furthermore, it reveals that there have already been some contacts between Zionist leaders and Russia, 'though only shadowy ones, not of an abnormal kind' • %  • "We shall probably see more of this," the British document says ... It points out that the whole Middle Eastern question is going to be as vital politically after the war as it was militarily during the war And it goes on to emphasize that the center will be Palestine • • "Powerful considerations make it necessary to satisfy both the Arabs and the Jews." the report says. "Neither can be dropped, or deeply hurt without risk of serious reactions" ... It lists the partition of Palestine among the Dossible solutions, but it adds that Zionists hate partition Another solution suggested is continued British rule. with concessions to the Jews and compensation to the Arabs .! |These compensations arc to in-, cluije the establishment of a i pan-Arab Federation and some |cash for any dispossessions. POLITICAL ECHOES: It can, I now be predicted with certainty I I that no Jewish delegation from i Russia will participate in the | World Conference which the I I World Jewish Congress is con-' poking for next month Leaders of the World Jewish Congress i Ihoped that such a delegation! [would come to New York where i |tht' conference is scheduled to I [take place Original copies I %  of election campaign speeches bv [three Republican governors' [which which had been sent out; [over the wires of all news i [agencies to newspapers throughhot the country were ordered [killed" three hours before re; [lease time because they con-j [tamed expressions which minor-1 [itygroups might have considered [objectionable The governors [-Warren of California. Green of [Illinois and Baldwin of Connecticut-rejected the speeches prepared for them by G.O.P. National Committee campaign | headquarters in New York for [Delivery over a coast-to-coast [rtoio hook-up The Goverinors then went „ n the air with %  nstically icvised addresses [Jewish leaders in the United E? • gP^wHy those Interest|w in the Rumanian situation. F* seriously disturbed over a RPort from Mexico that ex-King fcoi is negotiating with the la.J. Ambassador Constantine %  K*"* 1 for his return to the k .V • J(ws wil1 never for fci. lnf:, mous anti-Semitic pate mtn ma(ki fay th* iooKinC~r OBITUARIES BEN FRIEDMAN li.ii Frieilman, 52, Miami Beach hotel owner, paused away at his home, 1671 Washington Ave., follow. Inn a brief Illness. He was a veteran of World War 1 He la aurvlved by Inwife, 1 • 1 ;• Friedman. The body u.is gtnl to Chattanooga, Tenn., by Hi.Riverside Memorial chapel. Benny Goodman's brother. Lt. Jerry Goodman. 19, was killed in CANT YOU SLEEP? (INO 'OS WO'lH nfflpaEH a* .£&*? £0GUST BROS R YE i*w !,/> HE ST.' Eli risug M is B h> Heal brotl were l'uii. mill ELAINE ROTHBERG line Rothberg, .'. week old hter of Nathan Rothlii-ru. and Rothberg, Miami Beach, died ill Hpital Thursday <>r pneumonia. lea the parents, she leaves a i.-r, Mai tin Rothberg, Services conducted Friday i" Gordon nil home bj Rabbi Max Shapiro burial in woodlawn Park. Sir NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldq. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach wvicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? „ DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Plometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 MRS. ETHEL STEIN Mis Ethel Stein, : %  '. who came here a month ago from Washington ami lived with her daughter, Mrs Frieda Brenner, .">7G N. B Mrd St., died Sunday in H Miami Beach hpa Hal Besides Mrs Brenner. Mrs. Stein Is survived by the husband. Nathan t" sons. David, USN, and i-aiil Washington: and a daughter, Mis Rebecca Cleln of Washington. Services were held at 3 i>. m. Wednesdas In tlordon Funeral chapel, i.abbi ( Simon April officiated. Burial was u oodlaw n pai k. ORNAMENTAL IRON REPAIRS Doors. Screens. Grill Work and Every Kind ol Metal Work Repaired CALL G. M. DYKES Iron Works. Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street. Phones 2-3274—2-5960 %  JARA MAY DOWNEY'S 1*AT Okey lni^ NEAR 10 *5 DADE BOULEVARD "tAR ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH OPENING FOR THE 11TH SEASON W TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 6 P. M. *E GOOD FOOD AS BEFORE" PHONE 5-4058 ARTHUR L. BLAU VHliui I.. Blau. 50, died sudd. i ily ,,f' heart attack last wees while waiting to return to his home In Far Ruckaway. I.. I.. N. Y. He had I n In Miami Beach visiting hteatater* n-law, Mrs. Edith Blau, I52J Weal \v,. II. was recentlj given an honoralili discharge from the Arms and veteran ol World War I. Survivor* i ide his wife. Faj Blau, i Kon. Milton, both % %  Fai I Another son, Richard, is in the S ivy. | ANHEUSER-BUSCH Budweiser THAOC MASK SSO. O. S. TAT. OFF. EVERYWHERE DISTRIBUTED B* NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. W HEN the stress of modern living: gets "on your nerves"| a good sedative can do • lot to, lessen nervous tension, to maksji jrea more comfortable, to permit, restful sleep. i Next time a day's work and worry or a night's wake f nlnossa, makes you Irritable, Restless o* Jnmpy—gives yon Nervous Headache or Nervous Indigestion, try Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets), Dr. Miles Nervine is a timetested sedative that baa been bringing relief from Functional Nervous Disturbances for sixty years yet is as up-to-date as this morning's newspaper. Liquid 25 and $1.00, Effervescent tablets U* and W. Read directions and W •oly as directed. ANNOUNCEMENT BROWN'S AUTO SERVICE Complete Auto Service Now open until 10 P. M. 5326 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 7-9698 MIAMI FURRIERS Incorporated Storage Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. F. 1ST ST. ROOM 715-16 PHONE 2-5720



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r mAY OCTOBER 13, 1944 +Jewisli fkriciirun PAGE FIVE UNRRA Salvage Drive Comes To A Close CLOTHING i DESTITUTE United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration three week drive oi an emergency collection of clothing comes to a close this week. The religious communities of America, representing all faiths and creeds, are collecting, through churches, parishes and synagogues, thousands of 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 member." Underclothing and all types of cotton garments should be washed before they are donated, 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 nightwear for girls and women and bedding of all kinds. Don't overlook this opportunity to help your fellowman! Check over your clothes now and see what you can spare to clothe these unfortunates! Take these clothes to your House of Worship immediately! 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 t DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. President there! Greater Miami Rabbinical Association Take All Your Useful Wearable Garments to Any House of Worship in Greater Miami This Important Mess DAN VARROLL 107 N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami BILL TUTTEN & SON Lne Arcade, Miami ARMY


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OCTOBER 13, 1944 Jewish thridian ^jgasssr^^^S^^SS, PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! wilton Zohn. S 2/c, son of c "hi Zohn. 922 S. W. 3rd St.. ^ been transferred from tbc igvaffi Station at Norfolk, Va. ',o the Dinner Key base in Miami. Oscar Rappaport. son of Max Rappaport, has received an Sable discharge from the irnl service and has resumed ffstudts at the Atlanta SouthS Dental C ollege. The Service Page received a correction this week from Robert "Bob" Weinstein. who is now Cloned with the US. Navy in \orfolk. Va. He writes that although it took him two years, he Sly made Lt Claw Petty Officer which is four promotions above that of Seaman, which was the rating given him by the Jewuh Floridian. After the required number of months of sea duty, he expects to make Chief, having already finished Chiefs school. He wishes his many friends here season's greetings from himself and his wife, Charlotte, who is with him. Pvt Estelle C. Rood, of Miami Beach, who has been stationed at the Third Training Center of the Women's Army Corps at Fort Oelethorpe, Ga., has been assigned to 1263 SCSU, Mason General hospital at Brentwood. L. I., N. Y. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rood reside at 358 Meridian Ave. Tech. Sgt. Sol M. Unger, medi:cal corps, is back from 22 months in the American war area, visiting his parents at 531 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. The Greater Miami ArmyNary Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible lor everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. i S 2/C Leonard Covan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan, 2318 S. W. 20th St., returned recently to his post at Camp Peary, Va., after a ten day furlough. He is now awaiting further orders. A former Miami High School student, Seaman Covan graduated last June and immediately joined the Navy. He is now playing the snare drum in the Camp Peary band. Formerly active in AZA here, he held the office of vice president. Lt. Loyd M. Bertman. 27, of Miami Beach and Chicago, who is serving as a machine gun platoon commander of the fourth armored division in France, has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action. Lt. Bertman is the son of Mr. 2??r £?, rs Gcor Re J. Bertman of ^445 P lamingo Dr.. Miami Beach. The lieutenant's wife and infant son. Lee Allen Bertman, live at Bertman's infantry platoon was protecting the left flank of one sector when a company on his right was subjected to terrific artillery, mortar and machine gun Word was received here Wednesday that Lt. Bertman was wounded in action with the Fourth Panzer Division on September 28th and has been hospitalized. Sgt. David S. Goldfine, who has returned from his second trip overseas bringing back war prisoners and wounded American soldiers, is spending a 14-dav furlough with his mother, Mrs. J. Dolgin, 900 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. fire which caused many casualties. Elements of this company started a withdrawal, which Lt. Bertman feared would undermine the morale of his platoon and lead to a general withdrawal. So he took a machine gun, exposed himself to direct fire, and ordered the retreating men to return to their positions. Though his machine gun was knocked from his hands by shell fragments and his jacket literally torn off his back, Lt. Bertman was unhurt and his bravery resulted in the holding of the position. Corp. Herbert L. Dubbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dubbin. 825 S. W. 37th Ave., writes from Italy that, "It's a hard life overseas, and we all will be glad to see an end to this war." A graduate of Miami Senior High school, he entered the service three years ago. He went overseas in June. Corp. Eugene D. Marks is convalescing at Camp Hood. Tex., from an ankle bone injury. He is an antiaircraft gunner. Sgt. Herman Marks is home on a 10-day furlough from Kingman Field, Ariz., before reporting to Tampa. He is an aerial gunner. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name Home Addres3 Street Serial NoCity State Birth Date Birthplace Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddressInformation Transmitted by Telephone number Date Discharged Rank or Rating. Second Lt. Jack Courshon, made the highest scholastic average of the 240 air cadets who recently were graduated at the San Angelo, Tex., Army bombardier school. Lt. Courshon received a letter of commendation for his high rating. Ho is spending a 15-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon, 2837 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach. He is a Miami Beach High school graduate and a former University of Florida student. Corp. Paul Marks, a veteran of every Pacific invasion during his 28 months overseas, is on duty with the Marines on Peleliu island. A special dispatch from that area said Marks was one of a i three-man crew which repaired a I damaged amphibious tractor on a 1 shell-spattered beach during the successful landing of American troops. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 3624 N. W. Fifth St., he is one of several brothers in the service. Captain Lester Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Frank, 930 10th St., Miami Beach, was one of the Jewish boys who celebrated Holiday services on German soil for the first time since the outbreak of the war. He is a dentist attached to the Medical Corps, and has recently received a Certificate of Merit from the War Department for his work since D-Day. IWing This Pag. to the Effort, of the Axmy-N.vy Committee, Mad. Possible Through the Co-Operation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 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—Oriqinal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue w ROTH & HAYS^ ___ Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road EDWARD KORSAKOV WRITES F ROM ABROAD Interesting portions of a letter received by Jacob Korsakov, 443 S. W. 4th Ave., from his son Edward, a lieutenant in England are reprinted below: 25th September 1944 Hello Pa— And a very Happy New Year and Rosh Hashonah and Yum Kippur. How are you feeling? I hope you are well and everything is okay with you. I haven't written to you in over two weeks now because I've been away and have been very busy since I got back. I went to Rome and was there for the Rosh Hashanoah holiday. I went to services in the biggest and nicest Synagogue in Rome. It was a big beautiful and lovely temple and the services were beautiful. They were Orthodox and in Hebrew and when they didn't speak Hebrew they spoke Italian. It seems so funny to hear Jewish folks talking Italian all the time. They cannot speak Yiddish at all. A few can speak German or French. All the people were so happy to have us soldiers in their Shooll and they treated us like heroes. They seem so glad to be free and happy that the Allies came and rescued from from the terrible Germans. They all wanted to touch us or shake hands with us and say "Shalom" to us — and everybody wanted to take us to dinner with them. They are not very well dressed and do not look rich— but of course a few have money and business. They all have Italian names and everything is written in Italian or Hebrew. We had nice Rosh Hashonah services and they let me say a "Kadish" for Mama from the "Bimmi" after they read from the "Torah" and before they put it away. My friend who was with me carried the "Torah" through the whole Shooll and all the people cried and pushed and shoved trying to get near the Torah to kiss it and touch it and they were so happy that they were free again and we had chased the Germans away from Rome. It was a very pretty ceremony and we went the first night and the next morning and the evening too. The people all invited us to their homes for dinners and we met some nice folks and ate some wonderful meals. They eat for hours and have about ten different courses for each meal. Everything was tasty and delicious and home-cooked and we enjoyed it very much. We went all over Rome and did lots of sightseeing and visiting. We met lots of nice people and had a wonderful time there. Rome is a very pretty place and the streets are so nice and clean and the shops and hotel and everything modern and up-todate. The people are clean and nice and intelligent and lots of them speak English. Then there are all the ruins from old Roman days and we saw all the historic places and ruins. We went to the Vatican City and saw the Pope and the beautiful churches there. The Jews of Rome told us that when the Germans were there in Rome the Pope was good to the Jews and took them into the Vatican City and his orders to all the churches and convents and cathedrals were to help the Jews all they could and to hide them and protect them from the German Nazi. Once when the Nazi grabbed a couple hundred Jewish people and threatened to kill them or send them to Poland for labor or concentration camps the Pope stepped in and said that if the Nazi did anything to hurt the Jews he would announce to the whole world over the Vatican Radio how cruel the Nazi were and how bad they were treating the civilians and everything. So the Nazi said if the Jews would give fifty kilo of pure gold they would release the Jews. A kilo is over two pounds. Well all the Jews in Rome gave what they had but it came to only thirty kilo or so. And the Pope gave the balance to make fifty out of his own personal treasures. They all say that he was very good to them and hid them and fed them and took care of them even when they didn't have enough to take care of their own children. The war will be over soon and I'll be coming to Miami to see you soon. Maybe this winter who knows. Love and Good-Luck and Best Wishes and a good Rosh Hashonah and Yum Kippur from your son. EDDIE. Lieut. James M. Rosenblum, of Louisville, Ky. Over Germany, when his plane was hit by flak. A bombardier, he holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, six Oakleaf Clusters, and the Purple Heart. BEACH CENTER LADIES TO INSTALL OFFICERS Monday, October 23rd, is the date set aside by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to hold its installation luncheon. Festivities will begin at 12:30 noon at the center. 1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of programs and ways and means, announces an interesting program. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will serve as installation officer. Vocal selections will be rendered by Cantor F. Barkan; violin selections by Bert Silving, accompanied by Miss Libby Frohbein. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver the main address. Mrs. Joseph Rose will be installed as president. Reservations are now being accepted at the center. BETH SHOLEM CENTER FORM SEWING GROUP A sewing group to make leits for Army hospitals is being formed at Beth Sholom Center. 761 41st St., Miami Beach. The first meeting will be held Monday morning, October 16th. at the center. Ladies in the neighborhood are asked to co-operate with Mrs. Camille Baum in charge. KAPPA PHI SORORITY BEGINS NEW SEASON Kappa Phi sorority begins the 1944-45 season under the direction of president, Miss Rosemond Rubin, who heads the list of newly elected officers. Others are: Misses Shirley Richter, vice-president; Arline Weiss, recording secretary; Ruth Hertzman, corresponding secretary; Audrey Hankoff, treasurer, and Myra Lee Levy, social chairman. Ten new pledges are announced by Joe Baar, captain. Included are Misses Joan Birn, Doreen Byer, Betty Heaslip. Greta Joseloff, Maxine Kimmel. Jackie Knapper. Eileen Schiff, Arlene Segal, Mimsye Seiden and Lois Wien. ISKIN IS COMMANDER ORDER PURPLE HEART Charles S. Iskin, Miami wholesale jeweler, was installed as commander of the William J. McCarthy chapter of Military Order of the Purple Heart, at 8 recently at the VFW post home. 2824 S. W. 16th St. Other officers installed will be Clarke Wood, senior vice commander; Jerry Haycraft, junior vice commander; Howard L. Burdin, finance officer; Lowell Squires, judge advocate, and Joseph Montante, sergeant-at-arms. For the planning and construction of emergency landing strips 200 miles behind the Japanese lines in Burma, T-Sgt. King S. Dansky. 27. of Miami Beach, won the Legion of Merit. Working as a member of Col. Phil Cochran's "Air Commandos," Technical Sgt. Dansky flew a tiny liaison plane into small emergency strips laid out by ground patrols operating behind Jap lines. Then he recruited Burmese labor crews to widen these strips until they were suitable for use by regular hospital aircraft. Meanwhile, he, himself, removed wounded Allied soldiers on many occasions during the 83 missions he flew in 28 months in the China-Burma-India theater. He also holds the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal. A 1939 graduate of Miami Beach High school, his parents live at 233 First St. WOUNDED IN ACTION Lt. Alex Sherman, 20, of Brooklyn. Mediterranean area. Cpl. Josiah Silverman, 30. of Brooklyn. At the Battle of Eniwetok. Tech. Sgt. Donald W. Silrerstein, 21, of New York City. Over Germany, while on a bombing mission. He is a radio man and gunner. Pvt. Philip Sinen. 32, of New York City. In Italy, by mortar fire. Corp. Albert Stein, 26, of Brooklyn. In Italy, by shrapnel. Pvt. Martin Steinfeld. 23, of New York City. In Italy. Purple Heart. Pfc. Martin Ross, 20, of Brooklyn. On New Guinea. Pfc. Samuel Seasler, 22, of the Bronx. Anzio beachhead.



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PAGE TWO vjewist flcridfiatjn Mr. and Mrs. I. Langncr have returned to their home, 2283 S. W. 17th Street, after spending the summer in New York. ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pfieffer. who have been spending some time in Akron, Ohio, have re| turned to their home, 585 N. E. | 58th Street. Mrs. Anna Berow, 1012 3rd Street, has returned after spending several weeks in Chicago. Among those who have been vacationing in Hendcrsonville, N. C, and returned to t heir homes, are Mrs. Jennie Seiden, 1816 S. W. Uth Terrace; Mrs. Joe Patterson, 2035 N. W. Flakier Terrace, and Mrs. Max Halpern, 556 N. E. 57th St. Jack Seitlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin. 418 N. W. 5th St.. is among those who successfully passed the state dental examination, and is now licensed to practice here. At the present, he is a Lt. (jg) with the Navy, stationed in Corpus Christi. Lt. Seitlin and wife were quests of his parents for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon will leave Sunday for Atlantic City, where they will attend the funeral directors' convention. They will visit in New York belore returning. Celebrating her birthday in an unusual fashion, Mrs. Ida Spivack, of 905 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach, will observe the anniversary October 11th by asking all her friends to volunteer in defense work as a gift to her. She is a sector leader and may be reached at 5-1031. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wirth. 820 Jefferson Ave.. announce, the birth of a daughter October 6. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abess. 3701 Chase Ave.. announce the birth of a daughter October otn at St. Francis Hospital. A son, Robert Michael, was born to Dr. and Mrs. Denis P. Quittner. 4475 Nautilus Drive, September 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stern. 841 West Ave.. announce the birth of a son on October 4th at St. Francis Hospital. ENGAGEMENT Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Augustine announce the birth of a son. Stephen Garry, at Sarasota on October 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Nussbaum. 441 15th St.. Miami Beach, recently returned from their home in Paterson. N. J.. where they have been staying since June. W. D. Singer is in New York on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne and family have returned from an extended $rip throughout the West. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Chicago, 111., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marcia Dorothy, to Stanley David Tanenbaum. Ph. M. 3/C USNR. son of Dr. Charles Tanenbaum. 2101 S. W. 11th St.. Miami. Miss Smith attends the University of Illinois. Her fiance is on active sea duty, and before going into the Navy attended Gainesville University and the University of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and daughter, Lorraine, have returned home after a five weeks' trip in Georgia. Mr. Adelman visited in New York and Maryland while away. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei | have returned home after spending three weeks in the North. Mrs. Jerome E. Freeh ling. 1231 S. W. 19th Ter.. and her guest, Mrs. Lionel B. Lindheimer. who also has been visiting her son. Seaman 2/c Lionel Lindheimer. USNR. will leave for Chicago. Mrs. Lindheimer's home. After visiting there for two weeks Mrs. Freehling will visit her daughter, Miss Jeanne Freehling, a freshman at the University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa. She will return to Miami Nov. 10. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, JEWS OF UKRAINE M IN DIKE E| Moscow (WNS) — !.=,„. bers of Jews returning T' liberated homes in the UfcJS and Byelurossia. arc jn Ho? me ate need. arrnrrfin.. .." 2 cs wrate need, according to £2? Chobrutskv XEHLP s ?muel he -id •"corcsenasKSw*, Louis Bloomfield is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he is recuperating from an operation. Ready to Paint Furniture Use your own ingenuity and imagination ... select sturdily built good looking unpointed furniture pieces and make your own color schemes! Apartment dwellers especially will like these compact space-savers. Wall bookcases buy all or some of the pieces. Corner case $6.98 End $3.98 Center $5.98 Kidney-shaped vanity $3.98 Step-stool $1.98 MIAMI STORE, HOUSBWARBS, IMl'Tll PDOOR Pfc. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf and daughter are spending 10 days here with Mrs. Mackauf's kparente, Mr. and Mrs. Philip l Berkowitz. They will return Monday to Gulfport, Miss. Captain Maurice Serotta this week passed his Florida State Dental Board Examination. Since his graduation from the University of Illinois, Captain Serotta has been stationed at an Army Air Force Base Hospital. He was also admitted to practice in his home state of New York, in the spring of 1943. Captain Serotta in June 1943 married Dorothy Anne Levin, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin of 430 N. E. 29th St. The Serottas expect to make their home in Miami after the war. Mrs. Freda Klivitzky. of Washington. D. C, is a house guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz. Mrs Marie Balaban has returned to her home. 1334 Washington Avenue, after an extended stay in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild are now in their new home. 1601 S. W. 14th Street. Successful applicants for licenses to practice dentistry who appeared before the Florida State Board of Dental Examiners in Jacksonville. Sept. 18 to 21. Included from the Miami area: Herbert Stanley Levin. David Loveman. Jack Seitlin. Donald M. Michnoff and Bertram J. Tropauer. Dental hygienists successfully completing their examinations included Marjoric L. Bitter and Ruth S. Alpert and Annette Moss, both of Miami Beach. Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Barbara Hope Koven to Lt. Norman Brown. USNR. by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Koven, 1890 S. W. 21st St. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Koven was graduated from Miami High school and now is in her junior year at the University of Miami where she is a member of the Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority and Mu Beta Beta Sigma, honorary zoology fraternity. Lieutenant Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown, of Richmond, Va.. was graduated from Jefferson High school, at Richmond and received his degree in Business Administration at the University of Virginia, at Charlottesville, Va., where he was a member of the Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon honorary journalism fraternity and Phi Beta Pappa honorary scholastic fraternity. He received his navy training at Northwestern university in Chicago and has served overseas for two years. He is now stationed in Texas awaiting orders for the South Pacific area. Leo Gruhow, Moscow w£ B m tative of the wSETJgX Most of these Jews were T uated on sudden notice and,!; with nothing but the ninth. eft their backs Especiallv HWT n is the plight of BSfcfffi mg long and severe winters I,: only the barest of clothing protect them. c 'tnin E to The Moscow representative of 1 the Russian War Relief emnhf I sizes in particular the need or cjoth.ng soap, medical suopfi The plain fact is that eV m area where the Germans stayed has been picked clean." Aid to all classes of Russian citizens is extended without C crimination on the score of crpwi or nationality said the agentTt the Russian War Relief. "I hay seen many Jewish people aided by Soviet agencies distributing States" bV thC Un ^ BLANK AND AUGUSTTO SPARK THE TYPHOONS Coach Bill Harkncss of the Miami Beach High school football Typhoons, in announcing his starting lineup, revealed Center 1 Jerry Blank and Guard Arthur! August had been elected co-captains for the season. Jerry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank and Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack August. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig left by plane Sunday for an extended trip to New York. Chicago, and California. They will be gone about six weeks. Mr. Selig is president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. f \ |-710S.W.I2tkAV.AUAMr-i 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' IKE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUMEAAL HOMES Information Gladly furniihtd an Requtil SERVING MIAMI BEACH t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish j ^fl ft/ Phone 5-1025 AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING EXCLUSIVE DRAPERY WORK A. UPHOLSTERY Tailor. Made Slip Covert 1230 Alton Road Miami Beach 39, Fla. Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Aifliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami ;wish Orthodox, Schaarwi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emes Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he now owns and operates the Blackstone Pharmacy 850 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4925 He will carry a full line of Parke 8c Davis. Lilly. Squibb. Lederle. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamins and dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON IABLO 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. 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