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 )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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AA00010090:00820

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THE MEWTSH WEEKLY
I^UmTTt-NUMBER 44
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
OPPOSITION MAD!
II ""
, Philadelphia (JTA) The
I American Council for Judaism, in
la memorandum submitted to
I Secretary of State Cordell Hull
I and made public this week, em-
phasizes its opposition to the
I^Sablishrnent of Palestine or
any locality as a Jewish State or
Commonwealth." The memoran-
dum also urged the adoption of
la national policy whereby post-
war assistance to foreign coun-
tries "would take into account as
|one of the major facts, that the
| country under consideration ac-
|cept the concept of equality of
all its nationals without regard
I to race or creed."
"Such a condition to the ex-
|tenion of American aid would be
| an effective, practical demonstra-
tion of our determination to
| foster the principles of democracy
in the postwar world," the state-
ment, signed by Lessing J. Rc*en-
wald as president of the Council.
I maintained.
MISTOVSKY ASSUMES
DUTIES WITH USO-IWB
Israel H. Mistovsky arrived
here this week to assume his
duties as USO-JWB director. He
succeeds Mr. Nathan Rothberg,
who has been transferred.
Mr. Mistovsky comes here from ;
Dothan, Alabama, where he held '
a similar position. Originally from
Stamford, Conn., he graduated
from St. Peter's College, Jersey
City, and attended the Graduate
School for Jewish Social Work.
He was director of group activi-
ties at the Jewish Community
Center of Jersey City and taught
high school there for a number
of years. He is a member of the
Jewish War Veterans, American
Legion, and B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Mistovsky will make his
offices at the Miami "Y," 1567
S. W. 5th St.
PALLSTINEUIILL
F
DON'T FORGET
to vote
on election day*
It is your
privilege and
your duty.
Exercise it!
FUST MD IT
CULTURAL SERIES
SECOND SESSION AIC
PLANS NEARING FINISH
Arrangements for the second
session of the American Jewish
Conference are nearing comple-
tion. The session will be held in
the William Penn Hotel. Pitts-
burgh, December 3-5, 1944. The
overwhelming majority of the
elected delegates and representa-
tives of the sixty-three organiza-
tions affiliated with the Confer-
ence have notified the national
office of their intention to at-
tend.
In the meantime joint meet-
ings of the delegates and electors
are being organized in many com-
munities throughout the country,
for the purpose of rendering re-
ports of the activities of the
Conference and discussing the
issues that will face the second
session.
The State Department was
| urged, in a resolution adopted at
| the closing session of the national
|Mizrachi convention, to take the
| initiative in establishing a Com-
|mission on Restitution ,'to survey
| the amount of loot confiscated
| by the Nazis from Jews in Euro-
Ipoan countries which they over-
Iran." Funds belonging to claim-
|ants who can no longer be found
| should be used for the resettle-
|ment of destitute Jews in Pales-
Itine, the resolution added.
| Declaring that "nothing has
I been done to make tolerable the
lexitence of 270,000 Rumanian
JJews who escaped extermination
and survived interment in con-
Icentration camps," and that the
("Rumanian authorities stand in
Ithe way, even when temporary
makeshifts can be devised." the
[American Jewish Committee
[asked Secretary of State Cordell
[Hull tn make representations to
[the Rumanian authorities and
|tu instruct its representatives on
the Alhe.I Control Commission to
do everything in their power to-
Iward removing discriminations
Ipt'll existing against Jews and
restoring to them the rights and
Possessions of which they were
stripped by the Nazi regime."
, RUSSIAN IEWS ASK FOR
|NEWS OF FLORIDIANS
. The Union of Russian Jews
in regular communication
*ith the Moscow Jewish Com-
munity which maintains a spe-
nai bureau for the specific pur-
Pose of locating refugees and
evacuees in the Soviet Union
M helping them contact their
relatives and friends in the
United States.
The New York Office of the
onion of Russian Jews has been
"nable to locate the following
P*Ple in Florida, due to lack
proper address, for whom
messages hare been received
m Russia.
Varshavsky. (or Vaxshav).
tgenia. message from Rabino-
w'tsch Lisa, and Luiblin. Shura.
Bortnick. Nechemie. from
,l"er Tania Teplitskaya.
SUvutskaya. Sarah, sister
"Ml Smolianitikaya.
Atlanta. Joseph, niece Nemz-
" Luiba.
L Kalman. Model. Nemser,
Luiba.
Rosenberg. Rebecca. Susanna
^xJiatchevai"
Majzii, Nachman, Certs Movs-
*>tsch.
Glickman, Molka. Z. D.
term.
Chitro. Julius, niece lacha
en.
^tiar. Matia and wife
J>- sister in law Gitl
V.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
OTHER COUNTRIES
Jerusalem (JTA)The Pales-
tine Government will admit 10,-
300 Jews from neighboring coun-
tries and liberated European ter-
ritories, it was announced here.
Visas will be issued at the rate
of 1,500 a month, retroactive to
October 1st. This figure may be
revised in January, an official
announcement said.
Some of the visas have already
been earmarked by the Govern-
ment for distribution as follows:
500 for Jews from Rumania and
Bulgaria; 900 for Jews from
Italy; 200 for Jewish children
from France; 1,000 for Jewish
refugee children now in Switzer-
land; 200 for Jews, mostly chil-
dren, in Belgium; 200 for Jews
mostly children in Turkey; and
1.000 for Jews in Aden. Yemen.
Any immigration certificates
that "may remain under the pro-
visions of the White Paper after
the distribution ol these 10.300
visa- Will be allocated by the
government when the present al-
lotment is exhausted, the an-
nouncement indicated.
GO ALFORUNRRA WILL
BE EXCEEDED. LEHMAN
Washington (JTA) Director
General Herbert H. Lehman of
the {Sited Nat.ons Relief and
Rehabilitation Adminstration his
week announced that the goal of
15,000.000 pounds set by tni
fhnrches parishes and syna
goguesin the Emergency Collect
tion of Clothing wj"5g?2
Furone will be exceeded. Ms es-
timate it based on preliminary
reports received from all parts
of the United States.
25THANiNTv^RYTO
BE OBSERVED. MASONS
Scottish Rite Masons of the
four co-ordinate bodhe.ji
W. Third St.
The Silver Anniversary class
&&$
already have beeri setert ^
Cress as co-chairman.
balfouTday is being
OBSERVEDJTHIS WEEK
commemorates an and
of the Balfour peclarauo
the establishment of tne j*
homeland.
All is in readiness for the
Maurice Samuel lecture to be
held on Sunday evening, Nov. 5.
at 8:30 p. m. at the Beth David
auditorium. This is the first in
a series of lectures and concerts
sponsored jointly by the Town
and Beach Y's.
Subject of Mr. Samuel's speech
will be "The Jew in the World
of Tomorrow." George Chertkof.
chairman of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Y. will
oreside. ,
Recognized in Jewish circles
ARGENTINE DELEGATE
WAS VISITOR IN MIAMI
En route to Washington to at-
tend the Jewish World confer-
ence, Bertha Gerchnuff. Argen-
tine president of the Woman's
International Zionist Organiza-
tion, was in Miami Sunday.
Miss Gerchnuff also serves as
liaison officer between London
and Buenos Aires for the Zionist
organization.
NOVEMBER 4 LAST DAY
FOR WELFARE QUERY
Dade county residents who
plan to take the merit system
examinations to be held in the
near future were reminded to-
day by Troy C. Davis, chairman
of District 9 Welfare Board, that
November 4 is the last date for
filing applications.
The registers to be set up. Mr.
Davis said, are for 15 classes of
positions with the State Welfare
Board and the Florida Industrial
Commission. The positions in-
clude stenographer, typist, clerk,
accduntant, key punch operator
and tabulating equipment opera-
tor.
Application blanks may be ob-
tained from the Merit System
Office, P. O. Box 113, Gaines-
ville, Florida, Mr. Davis said.
Maurice Samuel
as one of the foremost authors
and lecturers of present day. Mr.
Samuel recently won acclaim in
the form of the $1500 Anisficld
award given by the Saturday Re-
view of Literature for the best
inter-racial book of the year
The erant was made in I5WJ tor
Samuel's "The Great Hatred,
written in 1940.
Rumanian-born Samuel was
educated in England and served
with the U. S. army from 1917-
1919 His most recent book,
"Harvest in the Desert," which
was published this year, demons-
trates his ceaseless scholarship
and keen intuition.
Ticket sfor Sunday evenings
lecture may be purchased at
both Y's or at the lecture.
Lvon (JTAFifteen thousand
Jewish childrenhalf of those
living in France before the war
were killed or deported during
the German occupation, officials
of the OSE, Jewish Health So-
ciety, told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency correspondent About
13 000 were killed in or deported
from the occupied zone while
2 000 met a similar fate in me
so-called Vichy area.
OUR APOLOGIES
Answering the many phone
calls received this week as to
the organisation to which Louis
Heiman was elected president
and naming officers chosen to
serve with himit is the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
In an item appearing last
week a paragraph was omitted
and the mystery created. We
regret the error.
HILLEL MOVEMENT IS
NOW IN ITS 23RD YEAR
Washington, D. C. B'nai
! B'rith's Hillel Foundation move-
ment began its 22nd year of
service this month with 48 full-
time foundations operating in
29 states and the District ot Co-
1 lumbia. or a total of 117 units
in 36 states, three Canadian
provinces and the District of Co-
lumbia, according to an an-
nouncement by Henry Monsky,
president of B'nai B'rith. and
Dr. A. L. Sachar, national di-
rector of the Hillel foundations.
These Hillel units, the an-
nouncement emphasized, are
serving civilian student popula-
tions at most of the great uni-
versities and whatever military
student contingents are still
stationed at Hillel campuses.
The Hillel foundations are
manned by full-time directors
and have complete facilities
while the Hillel counselorships
function with part-time directors
and more limited facilities.
District Five included Univ.
of Florida. Gainesville; Florida
State College for Women. Talla-
hassee; Univ. of Georgia, Athens,
Georgia; Univ. of Maryland, Col-
lege Park; Univ. of* Miami,
Miami, Florida; Univ. of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Univ.
of Virginia, Charlottsville.
REGISTRATIONS AT U.
OF M. FOR TRIMESTER
Registration for the fall tri-
mester at the University be-
gan on Nov. 1. A large en-
rollment is expected, due to the
number of returning students as
well as incoming freshmen.
Students discharged by the
armed forces will receive every
consideration from the Univer-
sity of Miami and full co-opera-
tion in their efforts to resume
studies which had been inter-
rupted by military service.
DIOE COITUS
TO POLL BIGGEST
VOTE IH HISTORY
Dade countians will ring down
the curtain on the 1944 political
campaign Tuesday, November 7,
and the biggest vote in its his-
tory is expected.
There are 115,191 voters quali-
fied by registering to take part
in the election and 7,890 ballots
mailed out.
Besides choosing presidential
electors, Dade voters will deter-
mine who shall fill 15 national,
state and county offices and their
ballots may determine the face
of nine constitutional amend-
ments offered for the approval or
disapproval of the electorate.
The presidential race predomi-
nates in voter interest and state
and county officers will be on
the ballot. .
Democratic presidential elec-
tors are Arthur L. Anderson,
Mrs. Frank X. Carroll, jr., A. J.
Cobb, Wallace N. Keith, Lewis
Petteway, Ray Selden, L. H. Shoe-
maker, Mrs. Mary Sullivan; the
Republicans, Randolph Bell,
Howard Gibbons, William M.
Gober, Chester L. Hall, Mrs.
Alma Hewitt, Mrs. Maxie North.
Mrs. Ruby Tavenner and Mrs.
M. R. Wentworth.
Dade countians will ballot by
voting machine in 114 precincts.
The polls will open at 7 a. m..
a statutory requirement, and will
close. at official sundown. 6:36
p. m. ^________
HUNGARY "WILL" NOT
HONOR JEWISH VISAS
Zurich (JTA)The new Hun-
garian Government, composed of
pro-Nazi extremists, has an-
nounced that it will not recognize
passports issued by foreign gov-
ernments to Jews in Hungary for
the purpose of providing protec-
tion by giving them the status
of foreign nationals.
We shall not recognize any
foreign passports in the solutions
of the Jewish problem in Hun-
gary." the Hungarian Minister of
Home Affairs, Gabor Vajna. said
in a broadcast to the Hungarian
people. "The solution of this ques-
tion will be merciless as deserved
by the Jews."
ALARM EXPRESSED AT
FATE OF IEWS ABROAD
London (JTA)Jewish leaders
here this week expressed alarm
concerning the fate of the 300.000
Jews remaining in Hungary, as
the German radio announced that
all Jews in Budapest have been
ordered not to leave their homes,
which is usually a prelude to a
Gestapo round-up of Jews for de-
portation.
At the same time, the Budapest
radio announced that the Szalasi
Government, which the Germans
have set up in Hungary, has is-
sued an order cancelling all ex-
emptions from wearing the
yellow Mogen Dovid granted by
the previous regime to certain
categories of Jews, including war
veterans. The order emphasized
that all Jews who discarded the
yellow insignia, whether by ex-
emption or arbitrarily, must im-
mediately resume wearing it.
DADE COUNTY QUOTA
FOR 6TH WAR BOND
DRIVE TOTALS BIG SUM
Dade county's quota for the
Sixth war bond drive, which
begins November 20. is $30.-
078,000. Horace F. Cordes. ex-
ecutive chairman, county war
savings committee, has an-
nounced. The state's quota is
$127,000,000.
The drive will end December
16. All series E. F and G bonds,
and series C Treasury savings
notes processed at federal re-
serve banks November 1
through December 31. will be
credited to the drive. .




PAGE TWO
+Jenist> HwkHan
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss
have returned to the city after
spending four months at their
summer home at Avon Lake,
Ohio. While away they also visit-
ed with relatives and friends at
Youngstown, Ashtabula, and
Cleveland. They are now resid-
ing at 561 N. E. 68th St.
Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 1130 Eu-
clid Ave., has returned to the city
after a vacation in the Catskill
Mountains with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rozansky, of
Washington, D. C. arc spending
the winter on Miami Beach. Mrs.
Rozansky is the daughter of Mrs.
A. Schocnfeld of Miami.
Spending one month at the
Belmont Hotel at the Beach are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rozansky also
of Washington.
Miss Bernice Dacks, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks. of
731 N. W. 28th St., Miami, will
return to the University of Mi-
ami this November 1st, as a
sophomore.
While in her freshman year at
the University, Bernice was
tapped as a pledge to Sigma Delta
Pi, (National Spanish Honor
Fraternity). She was a member
of the Hillel Foundation, and
won a HilleJ Honor Key for out-
standing work in this organiza-
tion. She also took part in
dramatics while attending the
University of Miami.
Bernice intends to major in
Spanish and to teach school upon
her graduation from college. She
was a graduate of Miami Senior
High school, where she was a
member of the Thespians (Na-
tional Dramatic Honor Society),
and a charter member of Liberte
Sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mason
of Chicago were married Sunday,
October 29th, in that city, and
are now spending their honey- j
moon at the Jefferson Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. Mason, the form-
er Beverly Rifas, is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th Ct.
Gabriel Stern, of Columbus, S.
C, is the house guest of his son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstcin
have returned to their Miami
Beach home after a month's stay
with family and friends in Saint
Louis.
Dr. Harold P. Auslandcr has
received his honorary release
from the navy and has returned
to practice at Miami Beach.
Robert H. Traurig son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Traurig, 2130
S. W. 5th St., graduated from
Notre Dame University Thursday,
and was commissioned as En- \
sign. He is now at Harvard Uni-
versity receiving training in com-
munications.
OPENING FRIDAY NIGHT
Home-cooked Kosher meals at
KO PEL'S
29 N. E. Uth St. Miami
Special Attention to Private
Parties
Recently graduated from the
University of Miami, Miss Rita
Grossman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, will
leave Miami soon for a vacation
in New Jersey prior to beginning
her graduate work at Northwest-
ern university's Medill School of
Journalism in January.
While at the University, Miss
Grossman was editor of the Hur-
ricane, student weekly news-
paper; president of Nu Kappa
Tau. highest honorary society for
women; regina of Delta Phi Ep-
silon social sorority; and manag-
ing editor of the Ibis, student
yearbook. She is also a member
of Who's Who Among Students
in Americani Universities and
Colleges; Lead & Ink, honorary
journalism fraternity; and was
active in dramatics.
Miss Grossman has received a
scholarship from Northwestern.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER a
WEDDINGS
1
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nad-
ler, 744 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
are the parents of a son. born
October 28th.
EX-SERVICEMAN
serving morale needs of service-
men and servtcewomen now
here .is National Jewish Wel-
fare Board Director in Greater
Miami. Needs your help and
that of your friends in locat-
ing apartment for wife and self.
Maximum rental. (900 yearly.
Miami or Miami Beach. Please
call 9-1323 or 5-6724.
PHILIP STEIR
LICENSED PHARMACIST
Wishes to announce to his host of
friends that he is now located at
Blackstone Drug Store
850 Washington Avenue
Tel. 5-4925
Prei riptlona filled <>. your Doctor
ordered. He win cam .i freak rap-
ply nf Bqulbb'e, Lllly'a, Abbott's,
Parka Davli and Lederle'a Vlt-
,iii,ina and dlapenalng rnedlclnea....
visit thp itore'a modern Military
fd counter.
I. Jcry Segal 4 Philip Steir
Owners
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel.
1619 Lenox Ave., arc announcing
the marriage of their daughter,
Ann, to Dr. Joseph Freeman.
Mrs. Cassel was present at the
wedding, which took place in
New York October 10th.
A graduate of Miami Beach
I High school, Mrs. Freeman re-
i cently was awarded her bachelor
of science degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami. There she was
a member of Mu Beta Sigma, bio-
logy group, and the Chemistry
Honors society. She is the niece
of Mana-Zucca, Miami composer.
Dr. Freeman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Freeman. New Lon-
don, Conn., is resident house
! physician at Mt. Sinai hospital,
New York. He attended the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and the
University of Louisville medical
school and was a member of Phi
Delta Epsilon and Alpha Omega
Alpha medical fraternities.
The Freemans are at home in
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klivans.
2908 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach,
are announcing the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Jackie Baar,
to Lt. Louis Winter, son of Mrs.
Fay Winter. New York. Since
their wedding in Dallas, Tex..
Oct. 5, the Winters are living at
Ardmore. Okla., where he is sta-
tioned with the Army Air Forces.
The former Miss Baar was
graduated from the Miami Beach
High school, attended Florida
State College for Women and
studied dramatics in New York.
Lt. Winter is a graduate of Riv-
erside Military academy.
A surprise party honoring Mrs.
Joe Zalis. retiring president of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, was held Sunday evening,
October 29th, at the home of
Mrs. D. Singer. 1786 S. W. 10th
St. Mrs. Pearl Raidman. Mrs. Ann
Block and Mrs. D. Singer wore
hostesses. Refreshments were
served. Mrs. Zalis was presented
with a lovely gift of costume
jewelry in recognition of her
work the past two years.
Approximately 40 of her
friends attended. Out-of-town
guests included Mr. and Mrs. D.
Feinstein, of Columbus, Ohio;
Mr. and Mrs. M. Shait, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. Shapiro, of Balti-
more, Md.; Miss Sally Srrul, of
New York City; Dave Drubin.
Rockaway Beach, New York;
Mrs. A. Hochauser, of Pittsburgh,
Pa.; and Pvt. Jack Siegel, of New
York City.

vUGUST BROS Rv*
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen are
announcing the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Anita, to Sol Brown-
item, son of Mrs. Anna Ruskin
of Cleveland. Ohio, next Sunday
afternoon, November 5th, at 4
p. m. at Beth David Synagogue.
Reception will follow in the
Talmud Torah. Friends are in-
vited to attend.
Miss Muriel Dianan Pepkowitz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Pepkowitz, 550 11th St.. Miami
Beach, became the bride of Cpl.
Simon Tolkan. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Tolkan, of Milwau-
kee. Wis., at ceremonies October
22nd in Washington, D. C.
The couple will reside in Mi-
ami, where Cpl. Tolkan is as-
signed as a physical training
teacher aiding in rehabilitation
work at returnee hospitals.
London, England was the set-
ting of the marriage of Pfc. La-
Verne Gibrich and T/S Melvin
Schaffer, which took place Mon-
day morning, October 23rd.
Sgt. Schatfer is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, 1637
S. W. 6th St., Miami. He grad-
uated from Miami High School
and. before his enlistment De-
cember 10, 1941, three days after
Pearl Harbor, was active with
AZA and the Miami "Y." Re-
cently he was the recipient of
the Air Medal for heroic action
in saving his plane, when, at
17.000 feet, the bomb doors be-
came jammed. Through Sgt.
Schaffer's efforts, the doors were
kicked out, permitting the plane
to land safely.
Mrs. Schaffer, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gibrich.
2258 N. Cleveland Ave., Chicago,
is a WAC with the Headquarters
Detachment of the First Air-
borne Allied Army. She has been
in service two years, and over-
seas since June where she met
her husband.
Sgt. Schaffer has a brother.
Sam (Sonny) Schaffer, serving
with the United States Navy as
a seaman first class salvage diver
somewhere in France.
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.Mrs- Albaum graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the University of Miami, where
she was a member of Tri Beta
sorority.
The groom, a native of New
York, also graduated from Miami
High School, and attended the
University of Miami, the Uni-
versity of Florida, and Columbia
University. A returnee from over-
seas, he holds the Distinguished
Flying Cross, three oak leaf dus-
ters, and the Purple Heart. He is
now stationed as an instructor it
Biggs Field, Texas, where the
couple plan to reside for the
duration.
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FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 3. 1944
LITE FM.
Rabbi Irving J^toWM an-
!mrps the opening of late Fri-
SfXlSw services at the Mi-
ill Beach Jewish Center for
JJcSSng season, the first to
^ held this Friday. November
Ei at 8:15 p. m., will present
specially prepared program ar-
Ld for the series, which wil
Sure Rabbi Lehrman. spiritual
elder of the Center. Prominent
S speakers will appear from
lime to time
-ZionA Must in Jewish Sur-
vival" is the sermon topic chosen
hv Rabbi Lehrman for this week.
Greetings will be brought to the
Sipers by Shepard Broad
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, and Harold Spaet,
oresident of the Miami Chapter
S Hadassah. Cantor Emanuel
Barkan will chant the services.
assisted by the Center choir.
BHOWARD B'NAI B'RITH
OPEN NEW QUARTERS
Milton Friedman, president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and
George Tahanoff. of the regional
ADL office, were present at cere-
monies last week which dedicated
the club rooms of the Broward
County B'nai B'rith Lodge. Mr.
Friedman dedicated the new
quarters, located at 804 S. An-
drews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. and
Mr. Talianoff gave the major ad-
dress of the evening.
A good buy is a War Bond. Buy
now and you will be paid later
-$400 for every $3.00.
MEMBERSHIP TEA AND
INSTALLATION BY AJC
An event of significance was
the membership tea and installa-;
tion party held by the Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress on Monday, October 30
at 12:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach :
Jewish Center. Mrs. Max Meisel
membership chairman, was in'
charge. She was assisted by a
committee consisting of Mrs '
Edith Weinstein, Mrs. Philip Sal-'
mon. and Mrs. Arthur Treister :
hospitality chairman, who was in I
charge of table decorations.
Chairmen appointed by Mrs. I
Lutsky included: director of ed-1
ucation, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein;
political education, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherry; membership. Mrs.
Max Meisel; organization. Mrs.
A. E. Woolfe; publicity, Mrs. Ru-
dolph Shevach; committee to
combat anti-Semitism, Mrs. Louis
Glasser; legislation, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers; inter-faith, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman; economic dis-
crimination and Red Cross. Mrs.
Moses Krieger; war activities and
bonds. Mrs. Rose Weiss; defense
housing, Mrs. Moses Meschelolf;
civilian defense. Mrs. Rose Kim-
bel; clothing for European re-
fugees, Mrs. Michael Arnold;
Jewish Welfare Board, Mrs. Jos-
eph Arkin; hospitality and re- \
membrance fund, Mrs. Arthur
Treister; music and entertain-'
ment, Miss Ruth Brotman; Jew-.
ish speaking groups, Mrs. Lotte
Rotsprecher.
The event marked the opening j
of a membership drive for this
chapter, which will culminate on
Chanuka with another member-
ship tea.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
ANNOUNCED BY RABBI
Rabbi S. H Baron, of Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will
conduct usual late Friday eve-
ning services at 8 p. m. His topic
will be "Ask the Rabbi."
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Official OpeningNov. 15
Rabbi Albert Michels is the
newly appointed Hillel director
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami.
He comes to Coral Gables with
a wide and varied background.
Born in New York City, he was
educated at the Universities of
Michigan and Wisconsin, where
he did graduate work. His theo-
logical training was received at
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
New York City where he was
given his rabbinical degree and
Master of Hebrew Literature. He
has served congregations in
Natchez, Miss, and Corsicana,
Texas. For the past fourteen
months prior to coming to Flor-
ida Rabbi Michels served as an
army chaplain until receiving his
honorable discharge.
Elaborate plans are being
made at University of Miami's
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, for an aug-
mented B'nai B'rith Hillel pro-
gram.
The greatly increased number
of Jewish students will justify
many new activities Rabbi Mi-
chaels stated. The building is
soon to be equipped with new
leather furniture ordered from
New York, while the new library,
the gift of Capt. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer will be one of the finest
Hillel Libraries in the country.
It Is anticipated that donors
will be found in the near future
for the Memorial Chapel, and
Music Room. The program for
the year will be extensive includ-
ing activities in Interfaith. Re-
ligion, Dramatics. Muic, Forensics,
Athletics, and Social Events. Re-
ligious services are held every
Friday evening. Groups are al-
ready at work on some of the
programs, and a more detailed
description of activities will soon
be forthcoming. A Get-To-Gether
for incoming students was held
November 1, when after a pro-
gram of interesting entertain-
ment, and refreshments the busi-
ness of the year was arranged
and further committees ap-
pointed.
I. KENNARD IOHNSON
PROBUS CLUB SPEAKER
The Probus Club heard Mr. J.
Kennard Johnson as guest speak-
er ;it their weekly luncheon
i eeting last Tuesday. Mr. John-
son, executive secretary of the
; Miami Chamber of Commerce,
spoke on the "Future of the
Magic City."
SCHOOLING RACES TO
BEGIN AT W. FLAGLER
The annual free greyhound
schooling races at the West Flag-
ler Kennel club will start at 8
p. m., Monday, Nov. 6, with more
than 450 greyhounds from 30
high nationally-ranked kennels,
it has been announced by Jacob
Sher, president, and William L.
Huntley, vice president and gen-
eral manager.
The spacious plant, located at
West Flagler St. and 37th Ave..
has been completed renovated
and minutely groomed for the
coming 83-night meeting dated
Nov. 15 through Feb. 19. Messrs
Sher and Huntley have predicted
it will be the greatest meeting in
the history of West Flagler which
for several years has been Flor-
ida's top-ranked dog racing cen-
ter.
All plans are complete for the
start of the free schooling pro-
grams. These programs will con-
tinue each weekday night until
the official Nov. 15 opening, chil-
dren also being admitted until
the official opening with pari-
mutuel wagering when state law
prohibits their attendance.
CENTER SISTERHOOD
ARE INVITED TO TEA
Mrs. N. H. Hankoff has invited
all members of the Sisterhood of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
to a tea at her home, 4416 Nauti-
lus Dr., Miami Beach, Thursday,
November 9th. at 1:30. A mem-
bership drive is now under way,
and this tea is the first in a series
of affairs to aid this project. The
ladies of the membership com-
mittee who will assist include:
Mrs. S. Friedland, Mrs. L. Eisen-
stein, Mrs. S. Bernstein, Mrs. M.
Newmark, Mrs. L. Ungerleidcr,
Mrs. L. Pallot, Mrs. R. Shevach,
Mrs. Nat Stiefel, Mrs. P. Wolsey,
and Mrs. P. Salmon.
MIAMI Y TO CONTINUE
SPEAKERS AT FORUM
Continuing its policy of pre-
senting distinguished speakers,
the Miami YM & YWHA Forum
group will have Mrs. Ramona
Sawyer Barth as its guest lectur-
er Wednesday evening, Nov. 8,
at 8:30 p. m.
Noted throughout the country
as a book reviewer, author, and
lecturer, Mrs. Barth will discuss
"Russia, Our Ally." Harry Ger-
stein, chairman of the Forum,
will conduct the question period
following Mrs. Barth's speech.
Wife of the Rev. Joseph Barth,
Mrs. Barth is a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate of Tufts college and re-
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degree from the Universitry of
Chicago. She has also taken spe-
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HESHVAN 17, 5705
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 44
REGRETTABLE
The outbreaks of terrorism in Palestine, it need hardly be
said, are regretted by the mass of Jews. All of the important
Jewish bodies have strongly condemned the fanatic Jewish
terrorists who think they will achieve their aims through
violence.
A recent proclamation by the military command about the
terrorism has left a sour taste in the mouths of the Palestinian
Jews. They feel that there is an implication in the proclama-
tion holding all Palestine Jews responsible for the outbreaks
and they resent this strongly. We may be sure that the mass
of Jews are quite sincere in their condemnation of these out-
breaks. We Jews have never been lovers of bloodshed.
The Palestine police have as yet not been able to arrest
any of the terroriststhat is to say, any against whom they
have a dear cut case of actual involvement in the outbreaks.
In their desperation, perhaps over this fact, the Palestine gov-
ernment has just announced a step so drastic that, we cannot
but feel, it must soon regret it. The government has announced
that it has banished or deported to some place outside of
Palestine 251 Jews held as terrorists.
We cannot but think that this action on the part of the
English government in Palestine partakes of something of the
same terrorism to which it so rightly objects. But official ter-
rorism cannot be any better than individual terrorism.
It seems to be simple common sense that if these men
whom it has banished are actually terrorists, then the govern-
ment has the regular legal means to dispose of them. They can
be sent to jail in the normal manner.
The implication is strong here that the government has no
positive evidence against these 251 persons. To invoke a gen-
eral punishment of banishment, arbitrarily and without con-
clusive evidence, is tyranny, is terrorism itself. It certainly is
not democracy.
ORTHODOX PRESIDENT
NAMES COMMITTEES
Leon Kaplan president of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation this week announced com-
mittee appointments to serve the
organization for the coming year.
Board of Education and Talmud
Torah: Joseph Zalis, chairman;
M. H. Silverman. J. Swichkow. A.
Pepper, Herman Pearl. Nat
Blumberg, Harry Schccr. Max
Rifas. L. Lazar, A. M. Bear,
Jenkins Cohen.
House Committee: Max Kup-
ferstein, Chairman; Max Rappa-
port. Morris Kotkin; William
Clein. t> _i xr
Publicity Committee: Fred K.
Shochet, chairman; George
Stone. Harry Pearl.
Entertainment Committee: Sid-
ney H. Palmer, chairman: D.
Singer, Milton Weiner, Joseph
Zalis. Harry Steinberg. Samuel
Silver, Samuel Wilchyk, Myron
Newman, Samuel Rosenblum,
Max Mintzer, Samuel Miller.
Budget and Finance Commit-
tee: Sidney Wasserman, chair-
man; Milton Weiner. Aaron
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
Mtietfy Confidential
LISTEN HERE
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
One of Father Coughlins "mother" orqanizatinnB
ti ml i l-..______.% s once
antj.
amin
The National Record/' fiiKajW
newspaper, is carrying on a foul campaign with "!!."
who %.. ^...,. wuu^iuiu a inuuiei "'gonizatioriB I
more distributing, by the chain-letter method, a falsified
-nent purporting to be a quotation from W Qa6,
This statement was exposed as a fraH .,anin
"TK m.!------1 n------j o____ JT aan several
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
Leon Kaplan
Cluttered facts from a vagrant's |
trip!Your Director inscribes
this from the lovely Hotel Roan-
oke in Virginia on the next to
the last lap of an extensive trip
through the Deep South which
will wind up this week-end in
Chicago 'at the newly formed
ADL Commission meeting .
Great interest was noted in the
"Miami Story." In each commun-
ity many questions were asked.
Not only was it possible to ex-
plain in detail our unique project
but also to point out the degree
of unity which has been achieved
here by National Organizations
cooperating closely with the local
Jewish Federation. At the same
time, I was able to clear up a
number of misconceptions .
High point of the trip occurred
in Montgomery, Alabama. The
toastmaster at the luncheon meet-
ing of the Alabama State Confer-
ence of B'nai B'rith arose to pre-
sent your Director. He delivered
a eulogistic introduction replete
with fulsome phrases such as
'"excellent ADL Director." "fine
work he is doing," "splendid in-
dividual," etc. etc. Then turning
to me he stated "and I now want
to introduce to you Mr. ------
Mr. ------" He had completely for-
gotten my name and I was laugh-
ing so Jieartily that I couldn't
tell it to him. Ah well! A Miller
by any other name smells just
as sweet ... A number of Mont-
gomery people wanted to be re-
membered to Stanley Myers
particularly lovely Beatrice
Kaufman, the very efficient secre-
tary of the Southeastern Confer-
ence of Welfare Funds and Fed-
erations of which Stanley is
president Paul Aarons whom
you will remember as the former
conferee of Nat Rothberg is now
representing the Jewish Welfare
Board in Montgomery and doing
a mighty fine job The B'nai
B'rith Lodge meeting in Mobile
proved to be unsual. The meet-
ing started promptly with an ex-
cellent attendance. The business
part of the meeting consumed ex-
actly 12 minutes and 30 second's.
The business meetings rarely run
more than a half hour and they
are always followed by a care-
fully arranged program. Interest-
ingly enough, just about as much
Friday. Now. 3rd:
National Council <>f Jewish Women
ForumWofford Hotel, 2 i> m.
Sunday. Nov. 5th:
Beach & Town Y LectureBeth
David, s 11 in
Monday. Nov. th:
Ureater .Miami Jewish Federation
KuiiK-i Committee Meeting -Feder-
ation Office, s p, in.
Tuesday. Nov. 7th:
National Home For Jewixh Children
ui Denverregular meeting, I i> m .
AiiuU Choral & Singing Society,
sponsored hy the Kuwhu <>f Jewish
education in cooperation with the
Vs' hikI affiliated ConicreKatlona
Miami Beach Jewish Center. 8 p. in.
Hadaaseh Installation Luncheon;
Wednesday. Nov. 8th:
Workmen's Circle ISraneh No. 692
Executive Committee Meeting,
X.M |>. m.. Army & Navy Commit-
!. Meeting Federation Office, 3:30
I>. m ; Beth Sholem Sisterhood
lU-Kular Meeting, X p. ni National
Children's Cardiac Home, Dade
chapter -Hoard meeting, 10:10 a m.
Regular Meeting, i to p, m.
Thurday, Nov. 9th:
Miami Beach Jewish Center Bister-
hood Membership TeaMrs Nal
II Hankoff, 4I1 Nautilus Drive.
Friday. Nov. 10th:
American Jewish CongressWom-
en's Division Prldas Review l 10
Sunday, Nov. 12th:
iteth sholem Blaterhood -imt.-h
Bupper and QamesCenter, s > m
Monday. Nov. 13th:
ita-th Jacob .sisterhood Membership
T.a. National Children's Cardiac
Home, Dad.- Chapter Bingo Parts
8 p. m.; Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Budget Committee
MeetingFederation Office, I p, m
CHORAL SOCIETY WILL
SOON MAKE ITS DEBUT
The Choral and Singing Socie-
ty sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education in cooperation
with the "Ys" and affiliated con-
gregations, will be ready to make
its first public appearance in
about six weeks.
The Society now numbers
thirty members and is increasing
weekly. There is still room for
new members. The aim is to
build up a Singing Society of
fifty voices or more.
The next session will take
place at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center on Tuesday, November 7
at 8 p. m.
business is transacted as at the
average lodge meeting of much
longer duration. Other organiza-
tions, not only B'nai B'rith, please
copy And then there was
Birminghambut that's another
column.
Freilich. Bernard H. Pallant. Na-
than Adelman, Max R. Silver.
Membership Committee: Max
Jacobskind, chairman; Herman
Glantz. Saul Haber. David Ochs.
Benjamin Firestone.
Sick Committee: Hyman Tal-
kofsky. chairman; D. Singer.
Samuel Raskin. Samuel Silver.
Post War Planning Committee:
A. Pepper, chairman; J. Rosen-
thai. Morris Ehrlich, Phillip Berk-
owitz. Aaron Freilich, Max Rifas.
Dave Kleber, Max Mintzer. H. M.
Drevich, Norman Rothschild,
Milton Weiner, Nat Blumberg,
Henry Krakow.
Lechem Aniyim Committee:
Max Rifas, chairman; J. Swich-
kow, Joseph Zalis.
Delinquent Accounts Commit-
tee: Max Kupferstein, chairman;
A. Pepper, Sidney Wasserman.
Charter Revision: Max R. Sil-
ver, chairman; A. Pepper, Sidney
H. Palmer, Herman Pearl, Samuel
Miller.
>.. -r*r"' ~"j*y iviu cumpaiqn with
pronounced racist undertones, yelling for "an Ame
Americans" Reply to an inquiry from a reader- ThM? L?
tion buttons that say "Don't be a Jew-eyVote for Dewev"
not authorized by the Republican National Committee r
are, however, being distributed by some irresponsible De
supporters Norman M. Littel, Assistant United States?
torney General, has this to say about fighting anU-SemSism"
"While bigots have raved, we have been too silent"
NEWS OF ZION .. .
Believe-it-or-not item: Maurice Samuel, in the October ism
of the American Zionist Emergency Council Bulletin manaaeri
to publish an article on Arab demands for Palestine withow
once mentioning England ... Is it possible that so astute an ob-
server as Maurice Samuel doesn't know that though the ton
guage of the Arab spokemen is Arabic the voice is that of the
British Colonial Office? The Zionist State Party, of which
Meir Grossman is the head, is girding its loins for an aggressive
political campaign We're reliably informed that the Britisb
Government considers President Roosevelt's most recent stale-
ment on a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine as an important
political pronouncement and not merely as an election cam-
paign promise You will soon have the opportunity to see
the best Palestine motion picture ever made Henry Montor
tells us that the technicolor film he has just received from the
Holy Land is outstanding .
THIS AND THAT ...
James Waterman Wise, director of the Council against In-
tolerance, informs us that Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy
is intent on expanding his work against native racism ... The
magazine Scripta Mathematica, published by Yeshiva College
and edited by Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg, is establishing a
Mathematical Institute, where laymen will be taught mathe-
matics as a fascinating spiritual adventure ... If you live in
Birobidjan you have to study Yiddish whether you are Jew or
Gentile Yiddish is a required subject in all schools there
. We like that front-line report telling of a Jewish soldier super-
vising a detail of a dozen Nazi war prisoners who were scrubbing
the entrance to a synagogue in a liberated European town in
preparation for the high holy days .
HADASSAH READY TO
INSTALL NEW LEADERS
Final arrangements have been
made for the installation lunch-
eon to be given by the Senior
Chapter of Hadassah on Wednes-
day, November 8 at 12.30 at the
Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach
Mrs Harold Spaet will be in-
stalled as president. Mr. Abe
Goldman, treasurer of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, will
give a resume on the high-lights
of the Zionist convention from
which he has recently returned
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
toast-mistress and officers will
be installed by Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff.
. High-lighting the musical por-
tion of the program will be sev-
eral selections rendered by
hmanuel Barkan. cantor of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Chairmen of the affair include
Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Mrs.
U?uS &1"1811 and Mrs Rudolph
Rothschild.
BETH DAVID WOMEN TO
HOLD ANNUAL PARTY
The Annual Membership Tea
Of Beth David Sisterhood will
be held at Beth David audi
iRriU.me Wedncsday. November
id at i p. m. An elaborate cul-
tural and musical program has
been arranged by the chairman,
Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. The
highlight of the afternoon will be
the review of one of the latest
books, Graham's "Earth and High
Heaven" by Mrs. Max Shapiro.
A musical program will be pre-
sented.
EVENING STUDY
THE DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION
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Registration Nov. 6-7, Room 200 Main Building.
7:00-8:30 P. M.
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Braxilian Relations. Social and Economic Relations
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Laboratory Technology. Mathematics in Daily Life.
Elementary Conversational Spanish. Intermediate
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PAGE SIX
Jewisf> fkrkMati
GREAT MOMENTS AT
ZIONIST CONVENTION
(Concluded from last week)
IIIThird great moment
Sunday eveningThe most im-
portant and impressive session.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman
of the Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil, gave the report of the poli-
tical activities of the last 10
months. The important political
accomplishments of the council
under the aggressive leadership
of Dr. Silver are his success in
procuring declarations in favor
of a Jewish commonwealth from
Pres. Roosevelt and Gov. Dew-
ey and the introduction of the
resolutions in both houses of
congress. Dr. Silver states that
during the last 10 months the
council engaged in a wide, ac-
tive program of propaganda
which was directed to and
reached all classes of Ameri-
cans. The two great labor or
ganizations. the American Fed-
eration of Labor and the C.I.O.,
both indorsed the Jewish com-
monwealth. It is hoped that
now that the War Department
has withdrawn its objection, the
resolution in congress will pass.
Thanks to the work of the coun-
cil, both major political parties
have inserted in their platforms
planks favoring a Jewish com-
monwealth. Dr. Silver warns
that we are yet far from our
goal and must be prepared for j
continuous hard work. The re- !
port was received with great
enthusiasm by the delegates. The
delegates see in Silver toe man |
of the hour.
It may be stated here that this '
convention stressed a great deal
the cultural side of Zionism and
the search for ways and means .
how best to spread education
among Zionists. It is felt that '
there is tragic evidence that our i
present American Zionists lack !
the spirit and the understanding |
of Zionism. The majority of tin-
new members are just plain dues
payers and know little of the
meaning and importance of
Zionism for themselves and their
children. The present adminis-
tration is deeply interested in
the problem of widening the cul-
tural program. It is a difficult
undertaking but attempts in this
direction are being made. Dr.
Goldstein stated: Major tasks for
the coming year must be edu-
cation. Zionism which aims at
the unbuilding of Palestine,
strives also toward the building
of a full, affirmative Jewish life
in America based on self-know-
ledge and self-respect, nourished
enriched and inspired by the
Yishuv in Eretz Israel. Our ed-
ucational program is directed
not only to the American Jew-
ish youth but to the adults as
well. In our youth work we
plan to expand the use of the
summer camp idea for Zionist
inspiration and the cultivation of
the Hebrew tongue, as well as
training for leadership. Adults,
too, will be encouraged to take
up the study of Hebrew.
OBITUARIES
SAUL DOLCORT
Haul Dolcort, 71. of 1044 8. W. 13th
Ct., died Sunday in a hospital. A re-
tln-d druggist, he came here eight
years ago from New York City. Sur-
vIvIiik aiv his wife. MrH. Anna IHil-
cort. and two daughters, Mrs. Alfred
Sachs, Cleveland, and Mr*. David
IVarlman, Stanford, Conn. The body
uhh sent to Cleveland by Oordon
Funeral home.
MAX TEITTELBAUM
Max Telttelbaum. 62. of 1S8 Ovoaii
Dr., Miami Hea. h. died Sunday In a
hospital. A retail grocery store op-
erator, he Is survived by hie wife,
Mrs. Rebecca Telttelbaum. The body-
was sent to Rochester by Riverside
Memorial chapel.
HARRY CRYSTAL
Harry Crystal. IS, IM Michigan
Ave., filed In a local hospital Wednes-
day night. He i-ame to Miami I teach
20 years ago from New York anil
had been in the restaurant catering
business. He was a widower Surviv-
ing are his brother, Marty, and a
sister, Mr*. Leah Jacobson, both of
New York City Services were held
at Riverside Memorial Chapel Friday
with the Kabbl Irving Lehrman In
Charge. Burial was in Mount Nebo.
JOSEPH M. FOX
Joseph M. Fox. 60, of 17i3 S. W.
13th St.. who came here five years ago
from Pittsburgh. Pa., filed Thursday
In a hospital Surviving are his wife,
Mary: two daughter*, Shirley and
Gloria, and a brother, I>. I>.uls Fox.
all nl Miami. The body was sent to
Pittsburgh by Cordon Funeral home.
WOMEN OF AIC WILL
PREMIERE FRI. REVIEW
The Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress an-
nounces the premiere of its ed-
ucational project, "The Friday
Review," to be held on Friday,
November 10th at 1:30 p. m. at
the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Rd.
This is the first review in a
series of fourteen. Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein, well-known reviewer
and director of education and
programs, will give her inter-
pretation of the Literary Guild's
best seller, "Earth and High
Heaven." Committee in charge
of arrangements is as follows:
Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman;
Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky, Mrs. J. Arkin, Mrs. N.
Kurlander, Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Mrs. T. Firestone, Mrs. J. Kimbel.
Mrs. H. Rice, Mrs. J. Rose, Mrs.
B. Sherry, Mrs. R. Shevach. Mrs.
A. Treister, Mrs. E. J. Weinstein.
Mrs. A. E. Woolfe, Mrs. B. Sack-
heim, Mrs. J. Gross, Mrs. A.
Klein. Mrs. R. Cohn, Mrs. R.
Weiss and Mrs. L. Mills.
raPAY.NOVgBg,^
LEGAL NOTICES
in business iin.l, ;[_!"* .
if-titiom
"*Ht
of KEYWEHTER AI
max BrrJpo&lSffi,
Dade county; FioYida!11" **T||
..NOTICE IS HERRI. v^^sT"
the undersigned i ....... ''I'O
under"' e ^IS^'mSS!
JIMMIK-S aiu, t ,VUy "*
at IIS-IW ^8tmt^iP|wtf
Florida, and Intends '. -"nl 'kach
|id Sg&'aaS? &*&
rh ,. C!?rk of '" nr Dade County. Florida (ourt f
pAI'L GKR.STMAN
OBOROK CHKKTKfiF "i,r-
NOTICE IS
the unders.gn,i!EJl J3 business under tn? EL&.
rth
,en<* said
ELKS WILL DEDICATE
DANCE PATIO AT M. B.
! Dedication of the Miami Beach
Elks lodge's new outdoor dance
patio will be held on
night, November 9th, Max
Singer. contraction chairman,
stated thflTweek.
The patio, 40 by 50 feet, will man
have 2,000 square feet of terrazo
dance floor space.
To date the lodge has enter-
tained some 75.000 service men
and women.
Serving on the committee with
Max M. Singer is Lew Welch,
Bertram Raff. Eilard Kahn.
George Bloom, Herman Glasser.
John Mantel), and Dave Fried-
man. Construction work is being
done by Ben Oilier.
Members are invited to bring
their wives and friends for the
ceremonies.
HARRY AARON HARTSTONE
Harry Aaron Hailstone, 6K. of
n.i.i B w 24th St.. died suddenly Fri-
day morning while working on Klagb-r
St. A former restaurant owner, lie
came to Miami eight years ago from
Boston, Mass He was a veteran of
World War I and a member of the
Thursday military order of the Purple Heart
Max M I He la survived by his widow. Mrs
Marian Hartatone. Funeral service!
were conducted at the Palmer Funeral
f'h.ipel Friday by Rabbi Irving L.hr-
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NEW PRESIDENT OF
ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH
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ARTHUR 8. SIMOV
BORIU8 L. SAitNOW
LOON KAPLAN *"
NOTICE IS HERroiT^OiyiTthi;
the un.leralgn.sl, desiring J~|
In business under ths rif-tlt
of DAROLE COfflaETlCRrL^a
Washington Avenue, Miami |L,h
Florida. Intends to regti^ ,v^
name with the Clerk ftht,yS
Court of Hade County, Plorlda
EDWARD
MARTIN (JKN'KT
Attorney f,,r Applicant
10/13-20-27 11/3-10 '
HIIOTMA.V,
>bl* owner.
..NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVBf a*
be. undersigned, desiring to ,n
of EMPIRE POODS at 311 North
west Second Avenue, Miami FI, "da
With the lerfi of the circuit 5>K
of Dade County. Plorlda
18ADORE Kf.STINES
MAX u 8uI^|rPH BL0CK
Attorney for Applieanti
10/13-20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE is HEREBY Gnrm mat
the undersigned, now doing liuxne .". MOR DRUG SUNDRY CO., at toIN
W. 21st TOT., Miami Fla intwil
register the said name
of the Circuit Court
ty. Florida
NAT LEVITT
SOPHIE LEVITT
''AIIHnl.l, LKVITT
10/13-20-27 11,3-10
with the cltrk
'.I Iiad" CW.
Joseph Rhein. ol Chicago, who
was elected the 20th Grand
I Aleph Godo] or national presi-
dent in" Meph Zadik Aleph,
B'nai B'ritii youth organization,
at th<- close of the organization'!
convention by mail
vn--*;
Miami
for Rest
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the Ulldeisiuneil. desiring to rOflfc
In business un.ler the fit-titious name
of TAltLYNS ||BN'8 WEAR, at 10!
>N ashiiiKtoii Avenue. Miami Uttcb.
Florida, intenils to register the and
name with the Clerk ot the Circuit
COOli of I>a NATI, \N TARLTN
111 Kits <>. || KIM AN
Attoi nej tor Appl
10/fi-i:; 10 -7 11/3
NOTICB is HERESY HIVKX IM
the undersigned, desiring to t-sfift
in business under thf fi<-ntlou.- nutt
of IIROWN'S PUJKNULT INN. at
241 N. \V. 1st Avenue, Mbnil. rV-
Ma. Intends to reglstei isM UM
with the Clark --f th< Circuit '"'vt
if Dade County. Fl> i
ARMIN BROWS
MAX It SILVER
Attornej foi Appl
10 1-13 10 17 II ;
Health Resort
r'.'jTt ? .?~V 'OS ooin -.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE COUNTY JUIXIEH COURT
IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY,
H.iiltlliA IN I'HOIIATE
No. 15443
In It. ESTATE ok rilll. I. IP
II mi IN 11 wit/.. Deoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!" aii Creditor*and All Parsons n.>\
mi; Claims or Demands Against
Said Eatate
You. and each 'if you, are herein
notified snd required to praaent any
claims and demands arnica you. or
Mini nf you, ma} have agalnal the
eatati of iilii.i.ip ic\itiNi>wiTZ de-
i late ol Dade County, Kiorida.
In the ll-.n \V k BI Judge >.f Dade County, and file the
.11". Ill his Office ill the < -..11111%
1 ourthouae In Dade County, Plorlda,
ikIii iieiniai months from
ii ol ibe fir.st publication here-
i Said claims or demands to contain
ihe it gill address ..f the claimant and
I" be ku.kii t.. ;md |.r.-s. nt.il as afore-
11 'I "i same u ill be b u 120 "i the inns Probate Act.
I hit. I) ...i,... J7, A D 1144
SOPHIE RAB1NI IWITZ,
\ Rxecutrls ..f the Last Will
md Testament of I'lll
i: WllNowiTZ Deceased
' 'IWIK CHERTKOP,
' i ii.- ..f
PhHHl Hal InoM ii? Decea ed
'
N( PICE IS HERKI \ 01VBN that
the undersigned, di to ami*
in bu.sln..-..-. undei the f.
..f HERMITAtiE HoTEU '-' N
l Pli ..1 -. M !'! ''
ten la lo n rI itei Ihi
the Clerk ol I hi ill
i lade 'ounl., l-'i.-i Ida
IRVINC AIJNKOP8KT
M \\ l: SILVI R
Attorney f.ir \
l" I i : 10 .'. _____,
Nurni: |H HEREIIY fSIVI
the und<
> undei He fi' '
NAVARRK APARTMENTS II
W lL-th Avenue. Miami. Hon-n. /
tend t.i reglstei Ihi "I n** *:"
Hie ''leik ..f the Circuit Court
* 'olllll V, Plol Ifl.
ANNA
MYEIts \ HEIMAN,
Attorneys for Applicant
10 W-T II ". 10 II
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY OIVKNlW
the undi rsigned. desiring o 'w
in business under the MctUloM **
ol ABE'S IIAR al "- N"i>h'
Street, Miami, Plorlda,
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registvi the said <""., SI? i+it
fl.rk ..f the Circuit < "rl o" '
County, Klorlrtn. ,.,.vtlt
ABRAHAM kR">t:K-
MYERS \ HEIMAN
Attorney for .\|.|ili-ains.
10,27 ll/J-10-17-14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE Is'mm^ OIVW
Willis t! Holder, holdf-r of
Of CIO "f Miami Tax w
Numb, i.-.i '.:"''. il.i'ed the
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flUDAY, NOVEMBER 3,
1944
^Jewistifhrfictian
rFATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported Kv r,^. *, 7.---------
""S, lb. I.wUh *_ Board ^_jraE5tt^^-2
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
Lt Robert I. Rom. ion of
Iron'Boss. 725 S. W. 11th A*...
hM been killed in action, ac-
cording to a war department
release- ______
got. Arthur J. Fuld flow in
from Camp Ritchie, Maryland,
for a short stay with his mother,
lire Emma Fuld and brother,
Err^st, of 2721 S. W. 20th St.
Sgt Darid Kova'sky has re-
turned from the South Pacific
and is at present stationed in
Cleveland, Ohio.
lit Lt. Donald A. Solomon, son
of Mrs. B. Solomon, 930 10th St.,
has been awarded the Distin-
pjished Flying Cross, it was an-
nounced.
Lt. Solomon is a Flying Fortress
pilot now serving with the 15th
air force in Italy. He was Riven
the DFC for extraordinary
achievement in the bombing raids
against the oil refineries at Belch-
hammer, Germany.
Lt (jg) Donald M. Mkhnoff.
Navy dental corps, is home on a
five-day leave from Baltimore.
MA, visiting his father, Edward
Mkhnoff. 750 Jefferson Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. He will report to
Jacksonville for further assign-
ment. Lt. Michnoff is a graduate
of Miami Beach Senior High
schooL
Capt Philip Kaplan is "some-
where in France, friends here
state. Capt. Kaplan was owner of
the Phil Davis men's shop on
Lincoln Rd. He is with the field
artillery.
S*cfndLt- Richard Gerstein.
son of Mr and Mrs. Harry S
Gerstein, 2510 S. W. 20th St is
convalescing at AAF Regional
Station Hospital, Coral Gables
from flak wounds sustained Sept.
5 in a bombing mission over
uermany.
The only member of his crew
seriously wounded, Lt. Gerstein
furnished the data that brought
his plane safely back to its base
despite the fact that his eyes
were filled with blood from the
piece of flak that entered one
side of his face and came out
another.
Navigator on a B-17 ,he has
taken part in bombing missions
over Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart,
Frankfort and other cnemv tar-
gets; was based in England four
months.
On his final missionover Lud-
wigshafenhis plane had reached
an altitude of 26,000 feet when
a 155 mm. shell exploded 20 feet
from it. Two engines were knock-
ed out, and a third damaged. The
engine caught fire, and the plane
lost 10,000 feet and its place in
the formation.
Lt. Gerstein attended the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh and the
University of Miami, leaving the
latter school to enter the service.
He will report to the AAF Re-
distribution Center, Miami Beach,
after he is dismissed from the
hospital.
He has the Air Medal, Purple
Heart and the Presidential Unit
Citation.
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-Nary Committee,
Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
ter everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. whet
utey are seeing and doing.
The Bronze Star Medal has
been awarded Staff Sgt. Aaron
Goldenblank, son of Max Golden-
blank, 1923 S. W. 14th Ter.. for
"meritorious service in connection
with military operations against
the enemy in France from July
1 to Sept. 1."
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, he attended the Un-
iversity of Florida prior to enter-
ing the service. Now on duty in
Belgium, he has been in the
Army three years, including a
year's duty overseas. He is in
the finance department of an in-
fantry unit.
Capt. Simon Klein. 36-year-old,
Miami dental officer, has dem-]
onstrated ingenuity in the de-
veloping of new ideas for the
d,'",a' w,,rk of the dispensary at
a B-17 Flying Fortress base in
England.
The dental surgeon with the
aid of others succeeded in ex-
tricating a soft seat from a Fly-
ing Fortress and in rigging it up
for patients. Also from a wrecked
plane came the scrap metal for
fashioning an extra sink. A bat-
tery hook-up was arranged to
run the dental drill electrically.
He also pioneered in making
prosthetic appliances available to
the airmen in record time. His
wife lives at 2920 S. W. 37th Ct.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, Lt. David Hendel, 960 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach, has been
assigned to the Mitchel field. N.
Y., weather station, where he
will continue his duties instruct-
ing forecasters who have returned
from overseas.
He recently was commended by
the regional control officer for
"excellent performance of duty in
indoctrinating weather forecast-
ers in the newest technique of
forecasting and weather analy-
sis." The commendation followed
three months special weather
technical consultant team confer-
ences held at Army airfields in
11 New England and Middle A-
lantic states.
Although Lt. Hendel has been
a member of the AAF weather
service only two years, he has
concentrated on the study of the
upper air and is recognized as
one of the experts on the sub-
ject, officials said.
Sgt. Meyer Langemass, 25. of
Brooklyn. At Montebourg,
France.
Lt. Samuel Goldenberg. 23,
Army Air Forces, of Burlington,
Iowa. Over Vienna. .
RD Out This Coupon and Moil To "WAR RECORDS." Army
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Sgt. Leonard J. Oxenberg,
former University of Miami stu-
dent, has been assigned to duty
with an emergency rescue squad-
ron of the AAF in the Hawaiian
islands as assistant to the flight
squadron commander.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Oxenberg. 628 S. W. 17th Ave.,
he attended an Army medical
school and worked in surgery
eight months. Later he was given
special training at the air rescue
school at Keesler field, Miss.
Narne.
Hame Addres3-
Serial No..
Street
City
State
Birth Date___________Birthplace-----_
Civilian Occupation-
City State
Marital Status---------
Date Entry
In Service.-.
Branch of Service_______
''uU name of nearest kin-
Date
-Discharged---------
._ Rank or Rating-
Relationship_________Address
information Transmitted by
Telephone number____________
Morton Feit, son of Mrs. Harry
Salus, 829 N. W. 29th St.. en-
listed in the U. S. Navy Reserve,
and left Saturday for Great
Lakes, Michigan for training.
He has two brothers also in
the service, Carl L attached to
a submarine in New London,
Conn., and Melvin. with the air
corps, now stationed in San
Fernandino, Calif.
Pfc Robert S. Gruenberg. 30,
of the Bronx, N. Y. In Normandy.
Pfc. Michael Kaufman. 24, of
Garwood, N. J. In Italy. Purple
Heart. ______
Lt. Charles Kobrin. 25, of Elm-
hurst, N. Y. Anzio beachhead.
Pfc. Milton Krauss. 26, of the
Bronx. N. Y. In France.
Cpl. Harry Lerner. 24. of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In France.
Pvt Charles Goldman. 22, of
the Bronx, N. Y. Anzio beach-
head. ______
Devoting This Pag. to the Effort, ol the Army-N.vy Committee. Mad. Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
I. RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
145 N. Miami Avenue
^ ROTH & HAYS^ _.
Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg.
MONTE SELIG
Miami. Florida
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
RESTAURANT
178 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
Irving Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie
Pont, 2611 S. W. 5th Ave., Miami,
is receiving his boot training in
the United States Navy at Great
Lakes, 111. He entered the ser-
vice in September.
KILLED IN ACTION
CpL Samuel B. Bartoshniclc 30,
of Tenafly, N. J. In Italy.
Sgt. Raymond Cohen. 22. Army
Air Forces, of Philadelphia Pa. In
a raid over France.
Pvt. Jules Feigenbaum, 22,
Army Air Forces, of Brooklyn.
N. Y. During an enemy raid on
New Guinea.
Pvt. Stanley Goldblum, 21. of
Brooklyn, N. Y. On the road to
Rome. He had fought at Anzio.
Pvt. Abe Goldstein. 37, of
Easton, Pa. In France, during the
battle of St. Lo.
Lt (jg) Albert Frederic Lilien-
thal. 24, Naval Air Corps, of Chi-
cago, 111. In the South Pacific. He
piloted a navy dive bomber.
Shortly before his death he had
written home describing a crash
landing at sea, after which he and
his radio man floated all night
on a rubber raft before being
picked up.
Lt. Rubie Mass. 24, Army Air
Forces, of Chicago. In the Europ-
ean area. He has received a
Presidential Citation and the
Gold Star.
Cpl. Morris Miller. 25, of De-
troit, Mich. In Normandy. His par-
ents have donated an ambulance
to the army in his memory.
JACK ABBOTT WRITES
LETTER FROM FRANCE
Lt. Arnold J. Parnes. 23, Army
Air Forces, of Philadelphia, Pa.
In an encounter with German
fighter planes while returning
from a bombing mission over the
Reich. Posthumously awarded the
Purple Heart.
Pvt. Sheldon Rosner, 18. of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy.
Pvt. Charles Sanders. 21. of
Brooklyn. In Italy.
Pvt. Bernard Senecoff. 37, of
Philadelphia. In Italy. Purple
Heart.
Lieut. Seymour Raphael Shiko-
witx. 27, Army Air Forces nav-
igator, of the Bronx, N. Y. In a
bombing mission over enemy ter-
ritory in the Pacific theater.
Cpl. Seymour Siegel. 22. of
Brooklyn. In France.
Sgt. Stanley Siff. 35, of Easton,
Pa. In France.
Lt Milton Soled, 22, Army Air
Forces, of Jersey City, N. J. In a
raid on Germany.
Sgt. John Alexander Strauss.
27, Army Air Forces, of New
York City. Over Europe.
1st Lt. Jack Abbott, former
president of B'nai B'rith and now
with the armed forces in France,
was heard from this week. In his
letter printed below, he relates
some of his observances on his
journeys.
Somewhere in France
October 1. 1944
Dear Freddie:
Somehow with the Jewish holi-
days just over, I thought of you
and that you might be inter-
ested in a just a couple of side-
lights.
For one. I met Dave Eichorn,
the Rabbi who worked for the
B'nai B'rith at the University of
Florida. I think we all had a
hand in selecting him for this
Hillel work. He is doing a splen-
did job over here, and I am very
proud of him. I missed his serv-
ices, because I didn't even know
any were to be conducted. He
just came into town, put up a
notice near the headquarters
and I live in a downtown hotel,
with offices in the Chamber of
Commerce building in the town
I am located in. However, by
one of the quirks of circumstance
he was bivouaced in my hotel, so
I bumped into him quite by ac-
cident.
He really could tell you some
stories of the fate of the Jews
in France, since because he is a
chaplain he discovers, or others
discover him for their stories. I
shall not burden you with them,
except to say that the story here
is almost as bad as it was in
Germany. The French did not
help much, either. With the help
of the Germans, it was easy for
them to mulct the Jews, and
many did. But that is a long
story.
Did you know Ed Levin, the
lawyer, associated with Gus
Feuer, He is with a Civil Affairs
office about 50 miles from here,
came through and ate with the
local civil affairs groupas I do.
I sat down right next to him. and
asked him to pass the peasthen
we recognized each other.
Through another coincidence, he
was later going on to Paris, and
with a little pull. I went along
in his Jeep. We spent two nights
and a day there. And that is a
long story in itself.
Dave Eichorn left the following
dayas he was only passing
through. They did not have a
permanent Jewish Chaplain here.
But one was assigned in time
to conduct the New Year's holi-
day services. He hired a theatre,
expecting about 500, and between
1,000 and 1,500 Jewish soldiers
attended. It was solemn, men
didn't get up and go out for a
smoke often in the middle of
servicesas they often do at
home. Everyone wore helmets
as we are required to doand
everyone wore them in the Syna-
gogue. We were fortunate, the
Chaplain found a splendid Can-
tor, and when he sang Kol Nidre,
it really was a Mitzvah to hear.
There were only a handful of
civilians, it was pitiful to hear
how many there were around, be-
fore the war.
Before closing I might add that
the Chaplain raised over $3,500.
There are about 100 to 150 Jew-
ish children he and some of the
Jewish boys of the Civil Affairs
office have collected together,
and they got a Chateau, formerly
used by a collaborationistthe
money will be used to feed and
educate the children, until some
of the major Jewish American
charities can take over.
My best to everyone.
Lt. (sg) Seymour Finkelstein.
24. USN. of Yonkers, N. Y. On
D-Day. while serving as skipper
of a ship sweeping for mines off
the invasion coast.
Pvt. Aaron Leventhal. 22. of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy.
Pfc. Morris Gassman, 29, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy.
Sgt. Stanley Tulin. 20, Army
Air Forces, of Philadelphia. Pa.
Over Italy. _____
Pvt. Robert H. Wagner. 20. of
New York City. In Normandy.
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NOTES
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MARX FEINBERG
It has come to my attention
that Brother Harry Gerstein. one
of our most energetic workers,
has been notified that his son,
Richard Gerstein, Lieutenant in
I had the privilege of meeting
Mr. Lurie in Atlanta at the last
Convention and was impressed
by his dynamic personality. In
addressing the Convention in At-
the Air Corps, has received the lanta, Mr. Lurie held his audi-
Air Medal, Presidential Citation,
and Purple Heart Award. Richard
is now home with his parents
and is suffering from an eye
injury, for which he is under
the care of Army physicians. The
reason for this personal mention
is that we are happy for Brother
Gerstein and his family that
Richard is now home. In addi-
tion. Brother Gerstein has been
actively engaged in A.D.L. work
for the past two years, and in
ence spellbound with his sparkl-
ing oratory, coupled with his
inimitable wit. We are not pre-
sented with this opportunity very
often and everyone should avail
himself of this opportunity at
our next meeting. Refreshments
will also be sdrved and the
Auxiliary will join with us in
hearing the speaker. It promises
a very interesting evening.
The ladies, notwithstanding all
headed groups, have forced ahead
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Btl "lUSS unnouneetl through Greater
Miami Kabblniciil AMKtclathm an-:
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave-
i^itt- Friday evening services will be-
gin Prlday evening at 1:15. In view of
Nov. tnd commemoration of the an-
nlvi-rsary uf the Half..in Declaration,
and the coming election. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will discuss, "Paleatlne Policy
In the Presidential Campaign." Cantor
Abraham Friedman will officiate and
Itabbi Shapiro will conduct the miv-
kea. Mr. and lira. Hen Kandel win
be hoata at a reception Immediately
after the services In honor of their
wedding anniversary Junior sen.....
Saturday morning at 10 10
addition, has assumed an ad- with their rummage store project,
visory post for A.Z.A. He always I The windows have been re-
gives unstintedly of his time and | trimmed and the merchandise has
efforts and I know that the com- I been attractively rearranged and
munity joins in my wish that the daily receipts have already
Richard will have a complete re- shown an increase justifying
covery in the near future. their efforts. It will not be a bad
Brother Jerry Freehling in- idea for the Lodge to sponsor a
forms us of a letter received drive during one week in the
from the Commandant at the i near future to accumulate rum-
Biltmore Hospital commending' mage.
Sholem Lodge for its excellent A.Z.A. work has been continu-
cooperation in furnishing racks j mg on its usual successful plane
for disabled veterans to enable and last Monday evening a meet-
them to play cards. These racks { ing was had of all of the ad-
were designed and made by Jerry visors, together with represent-
so that they will hold any num- ,' atives of the Youth organizations,
ber of cards and will not require in an effort to coordinate their
the use of but one arm. The cultural activities for the groups
letter of commendation was re-; through their representatives
ceived by the organization in agree to have three joint cultural
care of Jerry and a copy was meetings during the next six
sent to the local Air Forte Com- months, and in addition, to have
mander. We feel that such work joint celebrations of all holiday
\t the finest contribution to the i festivals. The local and Beach
goodwill attempted to be created YMAHA. together with the Bu-
by the Lodge, not only in the reau of Jewish Education, have
community but to returnees, expressed their willingness to
Brother Freehling, who is State' lend financial aid to these pro-
A.D.L. chairman, is to be con-' grams in order that the events
gratulated for his splendid ac- themselves will be inviting to
complishments. the groups themselves.
The next regular meeting will Brother Maurice Grossman,
be held at Beth David Tuesday, who is the Executive Director of
November 14th. The Nominating the Town Y.M.A.H.A., has 1*1 n
Committee for officers for next
year has already been appointed
and has met. and at that meet-
ing, your committee's recom-
mendations for the officers for
the ensuing year will be pre-
sented.
I am also advised that the
speaker for the program will be
Robert Lurie. who is the Na-
tional Chairman of B'nai B'rith
War Effort Committees.
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a leading movement in this proj-
ect and the agreement made at
Monday's meeting was cumula-
tive of two yean effort on his
behalf to supplement A.Z.A. with
a coodinated program. A bouquet
to Maurice
Rabbi Albert Michaels has
bet n appointed the new Hillel
Director at the University of Mi-
ami and he has been invited, to-
gethei with Ins lovi ly wife Julia.
to attend our n.xt meeting and
be introduced to the Lodge. W<
know thai Rabbi Michaels will
become a member oi our organ-
ization in the future and will be
b valuable addition to the com
munity,
Brother Sam Silver, Chairman
ol the Sixth Bond Drive, has
announced that his committi
appointed and that they have
already solicited pledges towards
the Bond quota You will hear
more oi tins next week
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Conservative.Late Friday evening
services are resumed this week start-
ing at 1:16 p. m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
min'i them.- for discussion In honor
of Balfour imy win be. "ZlonA
Must In Jewish Survival!" Greeting*
will l.e brought by Mr Shep.n.l Hroad
president of Zionist District of Miami
Beach, and lira. Harold It. Spaet,
president of Miami Chapter of lladas-
aah. Cantor Emanuel Barkan, assisted
by the C.nter Choir will chant the
service* Saturday morning at H a. m.,
Kabhl I>hrm;in will speak on the
Weakly Portion of Law. Mlncha at 6
p. m. to be followed by Bholosh Baudot
services. Sunday School. Sunday at
10 a. m. Registration a* ill open.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Orthodox. KiIda} evening services at
1 I', o'clock, Sat unlay morning at 9
Mlncha. Shalosh tfeudoa and Maariv
starting at 6 |> m S.h.iai l Zedek
Talmud Torah, 1548 8 W. Third St
Friday evening aervlcea at 1:16 Bat-
urdaj morning :t 8:60. Junior Con*
grrgatlon service* ..i 10:80 < m.
Rabbi Simon April will address the
congregation siiaiiis Beudoa al 5:60
ii in Mlncha aervlcea al 6:60 p. m
Hebrew school dally al
Bunday school at 10:00,
i mi p in.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 1th
S'.. Reform. Regular services Friday
evening at 8:15 by Rabbfjacob Kaplan
Who will dlacuaa 'Why a Mui cau of
Jewish Education Sabbath service* al
II a. ni Members and visitor* wel-
come Regular Bunday School seaalon
Sunday morning .it 1" .i m.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER, Conserv-
ative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
Krkla) evening aervlcea al 8:15 oon*
ducted bj Rabbi Leon Kronish. Paul
M P.ruun. associate editor Miami
Reach Tropics will speak on "A
Chiislian l/n,kk .it the Future." Can.
'or Louis Hayman will chant ami
lead community singing. An
Snabai will follow the services
On eg
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. -
Frida) evening service* at 6 16 Batur-
oa> morning al 0 n m Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff's theme foi discussion will
be Are We Old?" Junior Congrega-
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ol Mi Bon Rudltak) will be held In
the Talmud Torah building Hoys and
kIiN oi Public SVhuol age are Invited
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B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held
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PAGE TWO +Jenist> HwkHan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss have returned to the city after spending four months at their summer home at Avon Lake, Ohio. While away they also visited with relatives and friends at Youngstown, Ashtabula, and Cleveland. They are now residing at 561 N. E. 68th St. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 1130 Euclid Ave., has returned to the city after a vacation in the Catskill Mountains with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rozansky, of Washington, D. C. arc spending the winter on Miami Beach. Mrs. Rozansky is the daughter of Mrs. A. Schocnfeld of Miami. Spending one month at the Belmont Hotel at the Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rozansky also of Washington. Miss Bernice Dacks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks. of 731 N. W. 28th St., Miami, will return to the University of Miami this November 1st, as a sophomore. While in her freshman year at the University, Bernice was tapped as a pledge to Sigma Delta Pi, (National Spanish Honor Fraternity). She was a member of the Hillel Foundation, and won a HilleJ Honor Key for outstanding work in this organization. She also took part in dramatics while attending the University of Miami. Bernice intends to major in Spanish and to teach school upon her graduation from college. She was a graduate of Miami Senior High school, where she was a member of the Thespians (National Dramatic Honor Society), and a charter member of Liberte Sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mason of Chicago were married Sunday, October 29th, in that city, and are now spending their honeyj moon at the Jefferson Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Mason, the former Beverly Rifas, is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th Ct. Gabriel Stern, of Columbus, S. C, is the house guest of his sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstcin have returned to their Miami Beach home after a month's stay with family and friends in Saint Louis. Dr. Harold P. Auslandcr has received his honorary release from the navy and has returned to practice at Miami Beach. Robert H. Traurig son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig, 2130 S. W. 5th St., graduated from Notre Dame University Thursday, and was commissioned as En\ sign. He is now at Harvard University receiving training in communications. OPENING FRIDAY NIGHT Home-cooked Kosher meals at KO PEL'S 29 N. E. Uth St. Miami Special Attention to Private Parties Recently graduated from the University of Miami, Miss Rita Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, will leave Miami soon for a vacation in New Jersey prior to beginning her graduate work at Northwestern university's Medill School of Journalism in January. While at the University, Miss Grossman was editor of the Hurricane, student weekly newspaper; president of Nu Kappa Tau. highest honorary society for women; regina of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority; and managing editor of the Ibis, student yearbook. She is also a member of Who's Who Among Students in Americani Universities and Colleges; Lead & Ink, honorary journalism fraternity; and was active in dramatics. Miss Grossman has received a scholarship from Northwestern. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER a WEDDINGS 1 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nadler, 744 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, are the parents of a son. born October 28th. EX-SERVICEMAN serving morale needs of servicemen and servtcewomen now here .is National Jewish Welfare Board Director in Greater Miami. Needs your help and that of your friends in locating apartment for wife and self. Maximum rental. (900 yearly. Miami or Miami Beach. Please call 9-1323 or 5-6724. PHILIP STEIR LICENSED PHARMACIST Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he is now located at Blackstone Drug Store 850 Washington Avenue Tel. 5-4925 Prei riptlona filled % %  <>. your Doctor ordered. He win cam .i freak rapply nf Bqulbb'e, Lllly'a, Abbott's, Parka Davli and Lederle'a Vlt,iii, ina and dlapenalng rnedlclnea.... visit thp itore'a modern Military fd counter. I. Jcry Segal 4 Philip Steir Owners Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel. 1619 Lenox Ave., arc announcing the marriage of their daughter, Ann, to Dr. Joseph Freeman. Mrs. Cassel was present at the wedding, which took place in New York October 10th. A graduate of Miami Beach I High school, Mrs. Freeman rei cently was awarded her bachelor of science degree from the University of Miami. There she was a member of Mu Beta Sigma, biology group, and the Chemistry Honors society. She is the niece of Mana-Zucca, Miami composer. Dr. Freeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Freeman. New London, Conn., is resident house physician at Mt. Sinai hospital, New York. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Louisville medical school and was a member of Phi Delta Epsilon and Alpha Omega Alpha medical fraternities. The Freemans are at home in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klivans. 2908 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jackie Baar, to Lt. Louis Winter, son of Mrs. Fay Winter. New York. Since their wedding in Dallas, Tex.. Oct. 5, the Winters are living at Ardmore. Okla., where he is stationed with the Army Air Forces. The former Miss Baar was graduated from the Miami Beach High school, attended Florida State College for Women and studied dramatics in New York. Lt. Winter is a graduate of Riverside Military academy. A surprise party honoring Mrs. Joe Zalis. retiring president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, was held Sunday evening, October 29th, at the home of Mrs. D. Singer. 1786 S. W. 10th St. Mrs. Pearl Raidman. Mrs. Ann Block and Mrs. D. Singer wore hostesses. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Zalis was presented with a lovely gift of costume jewelry in recognition of her work the past two years. Approximately 40 of her friends attended. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. D. Feinstein, of Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. M. Shait, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro, of Baltimore, Md.; Miss Sally Srrul, of New York City; Dave Drubin. Rockaway Beach, New York; Mrs. A. Hochauser, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Pvt. Jack Siegel, of New York City. vUGUST BROS Rv* Is the BEST! ^ Mount Sinai Memorial Park $ "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Aat'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY | AH liated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami jwish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emes .£iLyW99W??WgW??ggg9g9?2g2g2ggg?y^ Movdi §totlmt Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A rniEND m NEED2 008 W. FLAGLER Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Anita, to Sol Brownitem, son of Mrs. Anna Ruskin of Cleveland. Ohio, next Sunday afternoon, November 5th, at 4 p. m. at Beth David Synagogue. Reception will follow in the Talmud Torah. Friends are invited to attend. Miss Muriel Dianan Pepkowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pepkowitz, 550 11th St.. Miami Beach, became the bride of Cpl. Simon Tolkan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Tolkan, of Milwaukee. Wis., at ceremonies October 22nd in Washington, D. C. The couple will reside in Miami, where Cpl. Tolkan is assigned as a physical training teacher aiding in rehabilitation work at returnee hospitals. London, England was the setting of the marriage of Pfc. LaVerne Gibrich and T/S Melvin Schaffer, which took place Monday morning, October 23rd. Sgt. Schatfer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, 1637 S. W. 6th St., Miami. He graduated from Miami High School and. before his enlistment December 10, 1941, three days after Pearl Harbor, was active with AZA and the Miami "Y." Recently he was the recipient of the Air Medal for heroic action in saving his plane, when, at 17.000 feet, the bomb doors became jammed. Through Sgt. Schaffer's efforts, the doors were kicked out, permitting the plane to land safely. Mrs. Schaffer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gibrich. 2258 N. Cleveland Ave., Chicago, is a WAC with the Headquarters Detachment of the First Airborne Allied Army. She has been in service two years, and overseas since June where she met her husband. Sgt. Schaffer has a brother. Sam (Sonny) Schaffer, serving with the United States Navy as a seaman first class salvage diver somewhere in France. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 —Buy War Bonds Today— WHICH IS THE BEST BAR IN TOWN? 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PAGE EIGHT >Jeistrk>rkHnn i 'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG It has come to my attention that Brother Harry Gerstein. one of our most energetic workers, has been notified that his son, Richard Gerstein, Lieutenant in I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Lurie in Atlanta at the last Convention and was impressed by his dynamic personality. In addressing the Convention in Atthe Air Corps, has received the lanta, Mr. Lurie held his audiAir Medal, Presidential Citation, and Purple Heart Award. Richard is now home with his parents and is suffering from an eye injury, for which he is under the care of Army physicians. The reason for this personal mention is that we are happy for Brother Gerstein and his family that Richard is now home. In addition. Brother Gerstein has been actively engaged in A.D.L. work for the past two years, and in ence spellbound with his sparkling oratory, coupled with his inimitable wit. We are not presented with this opportunity very often and everyone should avail himself of this opportunity at our next meeting. Refreshments will also be sdrved and the Auxiliary will join with us in hearing the speaker. It promises a very interesting evening. The ladies, notwithstanding all headed groups, have forced ahead In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Btl "lUSS unnouneetl through Greater Miami Kabblniciil AMKtclathm an-: BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Avei^ittFriday evening services will begin Prlday evening at 1:15. In view of Nov. tnd commemoration of the annlvi-rsary uf the Half..in Declaration, and the coming election. Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss, "Paleatlne Policy In the Presidential Campaign." Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate and Itabbi Shapiro will conduct the MIVkea. Mr. and lira. Hen Kandel win be hoata at a reception Immediately after the services In honor of their wedding anniversary Junior sen %  Saturday morning at 10 10 addition, has assumed an adwith their rummage store project, visory post for A.Z.A. He always I The windows have been regives unstintedly of his time and | trimmed and the merchandise has efforts and I know that the comI been attractively rearranged and munity joins in my wish that the daily receipts have already Richard will have a complete reshown an increase justifying covery in the near future. their efforts. It will not be a bad Brother Jerry Freehling inidea for the Lodge to sponsor a forms us of a letter received drive during one week in the from the Commandant at the i near future to accumulate rumBiltmore Hospital commending' mage. Sholem Lodge for its excellent A.Z.A. work has been continucooperation in furnishing racks j mg on its usual successful plane for disabled veterans to enable and last Monday evening a meetthem to play cards. These racks { ing was had of all of the adwere designed and made by Jerry visors, together with representso that they will hold any num,' atives of the Youth organizations, ber of cards and will not require in an effort to coordinate their the use of but one arm. The cultural activities for the groups letter of commendation was re; through their representatives ceived by the organization in agree to have three joint cultural care of Jerry and a copy was meetings during the next six sent to the local Air Forte Commonths, and in addition, to have mander. We feel that such work joint celebrations of all holiday \t the finest contribution to the i festivals. The local and Beach goodwill attempted to be created YMAHA. together with the Buby the Lodge, not only in the reau of Jewish Education, have community but to returnees, expressed their willingness to Brother Freehling, who is State' lend financial aid to these proA.D.L. chairman, is to be con-' grams in order that the events gratulated for his splendid acthemselves will be inviting to complishments. the groups themselves. The next regular meeting will Brother Maurice Grossman, be held at Beth David Tuesday, who is the Executive Director of November 14th. The Nominating the Town Y.M.A.H.A., has 1*1 n Committee for officers for next year has already been appointed and has met. and at that meeting, your committee's recommendations for the officers for the ensuing year will be presented. I am also advised that the speaker for the program will be Robert Lurie. who is the National Chairman of B'nai B'rith War Effort Committees. BALLANTINE'S ALE ', America'f Finest Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED HY NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. a leading movement in this project and the agreement made at Monday's meeting was cumulative of two yean effort on his behalf to supplement A.Z.A. with a coodinated program. A bouquet to Maurice Rabbi Albert Michaels has bet n appointed the new Hillel Director at the University of Miami and he has been invited, togethei with Ins lovi ly wife Julia. to attend our n.xt meeting and be introduced to the Lodge. W< know thai Rabbi Michaels will become a member oi our organization in the future and will be B valuable addition to the com munity, Brother Sam Silver, Chairman ol the Sixth Bond Drive, has announced that his committi appointed and that they have already solicited pledges towards the Bond quota You will hear more oi tins next week MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave. Conservative.—Late Friday evening services are resumed this week starting at 1:16 p. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrmin'i them.for discussion In honor of Balfour imy win be. "Zlon—A Must In Jewish Survival!" Greeting* will l.e brought by Mr Shep.n.l Hroad president of Zionist District of Miami Beach, and lira. Harold It. Spaet, president of Miami Chapter of lladasaah. Cantor Emanuel Barkan, assisted by the C.nter Choir will chant the service* Saturday morning at H a. m., Kabhl I>hrm;in will speak on the Weakly Portion of Law. Mlncha at 6 p. m. to be followed by Bholosh Baudot services. Sunday School. Sunday at 10 a. m. Registration a* ill open. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Orthodox. KiIda} evening services at 1 I', o'clock, Sat unlay morning at 9 Mlncha. Shalosh tfeudoa and Maariv starting at 6 |> m S.h.iai l Zedek Talmud Torah, 1548 8 W. Third St Friday evening aervlcea at 1:16 Baturdaj morning :t 8:60. Junior Con* grrgatlon service* ..i 10:80 %  < m. Rabbi Simon April will address the congregation siiaiiis Beudoa al 5:60 ii in Mlncha aervlcea al 6:60 p. m Hebrew school dally al Bunday school at 10:00, i mi p in. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 1th S'.. Reform. Regular services Friday evening at 8:15 by Rabbfjacob Kaplan Who will dlacuaa 'Why a Mui cau of Jewish Education Sabbath service* al II a. ni Members and visitor* welcome Regular Bunday School seaalon Sunday morning .it 1" .i m. BETH SHOLEM CENTER, Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. Krkla) evening aervlcea al 8:15 oon* ducted bj Rabbi Leon Kronish. Paul M P.ruun. associate editor Miami Reach Tropics will speak on "A Chiislian l/n,kk .it the Future." Can. 'or Louis Hayman will chant ami lead community singing. An Snabai will follow the services On eg CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Frida) evening service* at 6 16 Baturoa> morning al 0 n m Rabbi Moses Mescheloff's theme foi discussion will be Are We Old?" 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1944 LITE FM. Rabbi Irving J^toWM an!mrps the opening of late FriSfXlSw services at the Miil l Beach Jewish Center for JJcSSng season, the first to ^ held this Friday. November Ei at 8:15 p. m., will present specially prepared program arL£d for the series, which wil Sure Rabbi Lehrman. spiritual elder of the Center. Prominent S speakers will appear from lime to time -Zion—A Must in Jewish Survival" is the sermon topic chosen hv Rabbi Lehrman for this week. Greetings will be brought to the Sipers by Shepard Broad president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, and Harold Spaet, oresident of the Miami Chapter S Hadassah. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant the services. assisted by the Center choir. BHOWARD B'NAI B'RITH OPEN NEW QUARTERS Milton Friedman, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and George Tahanoff. of the regional ADL office, were present at ceremonies last week which dedicated the club rooms of the Broward County B'nai B'rith Lodge. Mr. Friedman dedicated the new quarters, located at 804 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. and Mr. Talianoff gave the major address of the evening. A good buy is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later -$400 for every $3.00. MEMBERSHIP TEA AND INSTALLATION BY AJC An event of significance was the membership tea and installa; tion party held by the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress on Monday, October 30 at 12:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach : Jewish Center. Mrs. Max Meisel membership chairman, was in' charge. She was assisted by a committee consisting of Mrs Edith Weinstein, Mrs. Philip Sal-' mon. and Mrs. Arthur Treister : hospitality chairman, who was in I charge of table decorations. Chairmen appointed by Mrs. I Lutsky included: director of ed-1 ucation, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; political education, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry; membership. Mrs. Max Meisel; organization. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe; publicity, Mrs. Rudolph Shevach; committee to combat anti-Semitism, Mrs. Louis Glasser; legislation, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers; inter-faith, Mrs. Irving Lehrman; economic discrimination and Red Cross. Mrs. Moses Krieger; war activities and bonds. Mrs. Rose Weiss; defense housing, Mrs. Moses Meschelolf; civilian defense. Mrs. Rose Kimbel; clothing for European refugees, Mrs. Michael Arnold; Jewish Welfare Board, Mrs. Joseph Arkin; hospitality and re\ membrance fund, Mrs. Arthur Treister; music and entertain-' ment, Miss Ruth Brotman; Jew-. ish speaking groups, Mrs. Lotte Rotsprecher. The event marked the opening j of a membership drive for this chapter, which will culminate on Chanuka with another membership tea. LAUDERDALE SERVICES ANNOUNCED BY RABBI Rabbi S. H Baron, of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will conduct usual late Friday evening services at 8 p. m. His topic will be "Ask the Rabbi." Jewish rkrkUan PAGE THREE Mill MICHEL! NEW Mia HUD V STARTING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT 8 P. M. *t_FREE COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN Official Opening—Nov. 15 Rabbi Albert Michels is the newly appointed Hillel director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. He comes to Coral Gables with a wide and varied background. Born in New York City, he was educated at the Universities of Michigan and Wisconsin, where he did graduate work. His theological training was received at the Jewish Institute of Religion, New York City where he was given his rabbinical degree and Master of Hebrew Literature. He has served congregations in Natchez, Miss, and Corsicana, Texas. For the past fourteen months prior to coming to Florida Rabbi Michels served as an army chaplain until receiving his honorable discharge. Elaborate plans are being made at University of Miami's Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, for an augmented B'nai B'rith Hillel program. The greatly increased number of Jewish students will justify many new activities Rabbi Michaels stated. The building is soon to be equipped with new leather furniture ordered from New York, while the new library, the gift of Capt. Baron de Hirsch Meyer will be one of the finest Hillel Libraries in the country. It Is anticipated that donors will be found in the near future for the Memorial Chapel, and Music Room. The program for the year will be extensive including activities in Interfaith. Religion, Dramatics. Muic, Forensics, Athletics, and Social Events. Religious services are held every Friday evening. Groups are already at work on some of the programs, and a more detailed description of activities will soon be forthcoming. A Get-To-Gether for incoming students was held November 1, when after a program of interesting entertainment, and refreshments the business of the year was arranged and further committees appointed. I. KENNARD IOHNSON PROBUS CLUB SPEAKER The Probus Club heard Mr. J. Kennard Johnson as guest speaker ;it their weekly luncheon i eeting last Tuesday. Mr. Johnson, executive secretary of the ; Miami Chamber of Commerce, spoke on the "Future of the Magic City." SCHOOLING RACES TO BEGIN AT W. FLAGLER The annual free greyhound schooling races at the West Flagler Kennel club will start at 8 p. m., Monday, Nov. 6, with more than 450 greyhounds from 30 high nationally-ranked kennels, it has been announced by Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager. • The spacious plant, located at West Flagler St. and 37th Ave.. has been completed renovated and minutely groomed for the coming 83-night meeting dated Nov. 15 through Feb. 19. Messrs Sher and Huntley have predicted it will be the greatest meeting in the history of West Flagler which for several years has been Florida's top-ranked dog racing center. All plans are complete for the start of the free schooling programs. These programs will continue each weekday night until the official Nov. 15 opening, children also being admitted until the official opening with parimutuel wagering when state law prohibits their attendance. CENTER SISTERHOOD ARE INVITED TO TEA Mrs. N. H. Hankoff has invited all members of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to a tea at her home, 4416 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach, Thursday, November 9th. at 1:30. A membership drive is now under way, and this tea is the first in a series of affairs to aid this project. The ladies of the membership committee who will assist include: Mrs. S. Friedland, Mrs. L. Eisenstein, Mrs. S. Bernstein, Mrs. M. Newmark, Mrs. L. Ungerleidcr, Mrs. L. Pallot, Mrs. R. Shevach, Mrs. Nat Stiefel, Mrs. P. Wolsey, and Mrs. P. Salmon. MIAMI Y TO CONTINUE SPEAKERS AT FORUM Continuing its policy of presenting distinguished speakers, the Miami YM & YWHA Forum group will have Mrs. Ramona Sawyer Barth as its guest lecturer Wednesday evening, Nov. 8, at 8:30 p. m. Noted throughout the country as a book reviewer, author, and lecturer, Mrs. Barth will discuss "Russia, Our Ally." Harry Gerstein, chairman of the Forum, will conduct the question period following Mrs. Barth's speech. Wife of the Rev. Joseph Barth, Mrs. Barth is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Tufts college and received her bachelor of divinity degree from the Universitry of Chicago. She has also taken special studies at the University of Munich, the University of London, and Harvard University. The public is invited. Try it NOW: IMPROVED ROKEACIW r flYAFAT •UNEXCELLED y FOR COOKING. BAKING.^ and FRYING ALL MEAT, and DAIRY FOODS ( I. ROKEACH AND SONS. Inc. BROOKLYN, NY. Bowl for Health! 16 lanes open from 2 PM. until midnight seven days a week! 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PAGE FOUR +Je*lst>norMto/7 WWMPV8itt. n | 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, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 HESHVAN 17, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 44 REGRETTABLE The outbreaks of terrorism in Palestine, it need hardly be said, are regretted by the mass of Jews. All of the important Jewish bodies have strongly condemned the fanatic Jewish terrorists who think they will achieve their aims through violence. A recent proclamation by the military command about the terrorism has left a sour taste in the mouths of the Palestinian Jews. They feel that there is an implication in the proclamation holding all Palestine Jews responsible for the outbreaks— and they resent this strongly. We may be sure that the mass of Jews are quite sincere in their condemnation of these outbreaks. We Jews have never been lovers of bloodshed. The Palestine police have as yet not been able to arrest any of the terrorists—that is to say, any against whom they have a dear cut case of actual involvement in the outbreaks. In their desperation, perhaps over this fact, the Palestine government has just announced a step so drastic that, we cannot but feel, it must soon regret it. The government has announced that it has banished or deported to some place outside of Palestine 251 Jews held as terrorists. We cannot but think that this action on the part of the English government in Palestine partakes of something of the same terrorism to which it so rightly objects. But official terrorism cannot be any better than individual terrorism. It seems to be simple common sense that if these men whom it has banished are actually terrorists, then the government has the regular legal means to dispose of them. They can be sent to jail in the normal manner. The implication is strong here that the government has no positive evidence against these 251 persons. To invoke a general punishment of banishment, arbitrarily and without conclusive evidence, is tyranny, is terrorism itself. It certainly is not democracy. ORTHODOX PRESIDENT NAMES COMMITTEES Leon Kaplan president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation this week announced committee appointments to serve the organization for the coming year. Board of Education and Talmud Torah: Joseph Zalis, chairman; M. H. Silverman. J. Swichkow. A. Pepper, Herman Pearl. Nat Blumberg, Harry Schccr. Max Rifas. L. Lazar, A. M. Bear, Jenkins Cohen. House Committee: Max Kupferstein, Chairman; Max Rappaport. Morris Kotkin; William Clein. T> _i xr Publicity Committee: Fred K. Shochet, chairman; George Stone. Harry Pearl. Entertainment Committee: Sidney H. Palmer, chairman: D. Singer, Milton Weiner, Joseph Zalis. Harry Steinberg. Samuel Silver, Samuel Wilchyk, Myron Newman, Samuel Rosenblum, Max Mintzer, Samuel Miller. Budget and Finance Committee: Sidney Wasserman, chairman; Milton Weiner. Aaron -TIDBITS FROM EVER Mtietfy Confidential LISTEN HERE -By PHINEAS J. BIRONOne of Father Coughlins "mother" orqanizatinn B ti ml i l-.. .% s once antj. amin The National Record/' fiiKajW newspaper, is carrying on a foul campaign with "!!." WHO %.. %  ^...,. wuu^iuiu a inuuiei "'gonizatioriB I more distributing, by the chain-letter method, a falsified -nent purporting to be a quotation from W Qa6, This statement was exposed as a fr a „H anin "TK M„.! 1 n J %  o JT aan several Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League Leon Kaplan Cluttered facts from a vagrant's | trip!—Your Director inscribes this from the lovely Hotel Roanoke in Virginia on the next to the last lap of an extensive trip through the Deep South which will wind up this week-end in Chicago 'at the newly formed ADL Commission meeting Great interest was noted in the "Miami Story." In each community many questions were asked. Not only was it possible to explain in detail our unique project but also to point out the degree of unity which has been achieved here by National Organizations cooperating closely with the local Jewish Federation. At the same time, I was able to clear up a number of misconceptions High point of the trip occurred in Montgomery, Alabama. The toastmaster at the luncheon meeting of the Alabama State Conference of B'nai B'rith arose to present your Director. He delivered a eulogistic introduction replete with fulsome phrases such as '"excellent ADL Director." "fine work he is doing," "splendid individual," etc. etc. Then turning to me he stated "and I now want to introduce to you Mr. Mr. He had completely forgotten my name and I was laughing so Jieartily that I couldn't tell it to him. Ah well! A Miller by any other name smells just as sweet ... A number of Montgomery people wanted to be remembered to Stanley Myers particularly lovely Beatrice Kaufman, the very efficient secretary of the Southeastern Conference of Welfare Funds and Federations of which Stanley is president Paul Aarons whom you will remember as the former conferee of Nat Rothberg is now representing the Jewish Welfare Board in Montgomery and doing a mighty fine job The B'nai B'rith Lodge meeting in Mobile proved to be unsual. The meeting started promptly with an excellent attendance. The business part of the meeting consumed exactly 12 minutes and 30 second's. The business meetings rarely run more than a half hour and they are always followed by a carefully arranged program. Interestingly enough, just about as much Friday. Now. 3rd: National Council <>f Jewish Women —Forum—Wofford Hotel, 2 i> m. Sunday. Nov. 5th: Beach & Town Y Lecture—Beth David, s 11 in Monday. Nov. th: Ureater .Miami Jewish Federation KuiiK-i Committee Meeting -Federation Office, s p, in. Tuesday. Nov. 7th: National Home For Jewixh Children ui Denver— regular meeting, I i> m AiiuU Choral & Singing Society, sponsored hy the KUWHU <>f Jewish education in cooperation with the Vs' HIKI affiliated ConicreKatlona Miami Beach Jewish Center. 8 p. in. Hadaaseh Installation Luncheon; Wednesday. Nov. 8th: Workmen's Circle ISraneh No. 692 Executive Committee Meeting, X.M |>. m.. Army & Navy Commit!•. Meeting Federation Office, 3:30 I>. m ; Beth Sholem Sisterhood— lU-Kular Meeting, X p. ni National Children's Cardiac Home, Dade chapter -Hoard meeting, 10:10 a m. Regular Meeting, i to p, m. Thurday, Nov. 9th: Miami Beach Jewish Center Bisterhood Membership Tea—Mrs Nal II Hankoff, 4I1 Nautilus Drive. Friday. Nov. 10th: American Jewish Congress—Women's Division Prldas Review l 10 Sunday, Nov. 12th: iteth sholem Blaterhood -imt.-h Bupper and Qames—Center, s %  > m Monday. Nov. 13th: ita-th Jacob .sisterhood Membership T.a. National Children's Cardiac Home, Dad.Chapter Bingo Parts 8 p. m.; Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee Meeting—Federation Office, I p, m CHORAL SOCIETY WILL SOON MAKE ITS DEBUT The Choral and Singing Society sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the "Ys" and affiliated congregations, will be ready to make its first public appearance in about six weeks. The Society now numbers thirty members and is increasing weekly. There is still room for new members. The aim is to build up a Singing Society of fifty voices or more. The next session will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Tuesday, November 7 at 8 p. m. business is transacted as at the average lodge meeting of much longer duration. Other organizations, not only B'nai B'rith, please copy And then there was Birmingham—but that's another column. Freilich. Bernard H. Pallant. Nathan Adelman, Max R. Silver. Membership Committee: Max Jacobskind, chairman; Herman Glantz. Saul Haber. David Ochs. Benjamin Firestone. Sick Committee: Hyman Talkofsky. chairman; D. Singer. Samuel Raskin. Samuel Silver. Post War Planning Committee: A. Pepper, chairman; J. Rosenthai. Morris Ehrlich, Phillip Berkowitz. Aaron Freilich, Max Rifas. Dave Kleber, Max Mintzer. H. M. Drevich, Norman Rothschild, Milton Weiner, Nat Blumberg, Henry Krakow. Lechem Aniyim Committee: Max Rifas, chairman; J. Swichkow, Joseph Zalis. Delinquent Accounts Committee: Max Kupferstein, chairman; A. Pepper, Sidney Wasserman. Charter Revision: Max R. Silver, chairman; A. Pepper, Sidney H. Palmer, Herman Pearl, Samuel Miller. % % %  > %  .—. -••r*r"' %  ~—"j*y iviu cumpaiqn with pronounced racist undertones, yelling for "an Ame Americans" Reply to an inquiry from a readerThM? L? tion buttons that say "Don't be a Jew-ey—Vote for Dewev" not authorized by the Republican National Committee r£ are, however, being distributed by some irresponsible De supporters Norman M. Littel, Assistant United States? torney General, has this to say about fighting anU-SemSism" "While bigots have raved, we have been too silent" NEWS OF ZION .. Believe-it-or-not item: Maurice Samuel, in the October ism of the American Zionist Emergency Council Bulletin manaaeri to publish an article on Arab demands for Palestine withow once mentioning England ... Is it possible that so astute an observer as Maurice Samuel doesn't know that though the ton guage of the Arab spokemen is Arabic the voice is that of the British Colonial Office? The Zionist State Party, of which Meir Grossman is the head, is girding its loins for an aggressive political campaign We're reliably informed that the Britisb Government considers President Roosevelt's most recent stalement on a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine as an important political pronouncement and not merely as an election campaign promise You will soon have the opportunity to see the best Palestine motion picture ever made Henry Montor tells us that the technicolor film he has just received from the Holy Land is outstanding THIS AND THAT ... James Waterman Wise, director of the Council against Intolerance, informs us that Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy is intent on expanding his work against native racism ... The magazine Scripta Mathematica, published by Yeshiva College and edited by Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg, is establishing a Mathematical Institute, where laymen will be taught mathematics as a fascinating spiritual adventure ... If you live in Birobidjan you have to study Yiddish whether you are Jew or Gentile Yiddish is a required subject in all schools there We like that front-line report telling of a Jewish soldier supervising a detail of a dozen Nazi war prisoners who were scrubbing the entrance to a synagogue in a liberated European town in preparation for the high holy days HADASSAH READY TO INSTALL NEW LEADERS Final arrangements have been made for the installation luncheon to be given by the Senior Chapter of Hadassah on Wednesday, November 8 at 12.30 at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach Mrs Harold Spaet will be installed as president. Mr. Abe Goldman, treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America, will give a resume on the high-lights of the Zionist convention from which he has recently returned Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be toast-mistress and officers will be installed by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. High-lighting the musical portion of the program will be several selections rendered by hmanuel Barkan. cantor of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Chairmen of the affair include Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Mrs. U?u S & 1 1811 and Mrs Rudolph Rothschild. BETH DAVID WOMEN TO HOLD ANNUAL PARTY The Annual Membership Tea Of Beth David Sisterhood will be held at Beth David audi iR riU m e Wedncsd ay. November ID at i p. m. An elaborate cultural and musical program has been arranged by the chairman, Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. The highlight of the afternoon will be the review of one of the latest books, Graham's "Earth and High Heaven" by Mrs. Max Shapiro. A musical program will be presented. EVENING STUDY THE DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Registration Nov. 6-7, Room 200 Main Building. 7:00-8:30 P. M. Aviation. Art Accounting. Job Analysis, Botasy. English Composition. Modern Drama English Literature. French. Current History, Current U. S.Braxilian Relations. Social and Economic Relations between U. S. and Latin American Countries, Laboratory Technology. Mathematics in Daily Life. Elementary Conversational Spanish. Intermediate Spanish. Elementary and Intermediate Portuguese. Social Psychology. Introduction to Sociology. For Further Information Call The Division of Adult Education 4-0801 BE DEMOCRATIC VOTE! Pull Lever for Straight DEMOCRATIC TICKET UMld Political Advertisement) Air Conditioned RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unuauol Food*. Dauldou. %  ** N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH m • phone 2-f m



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PAGE SIX Jewisf> fkrkMati GREAT MOMENTS AT ZIONIST CONVENTION (Concluded from last week) III—Third great moment — Sunday evening—The most important and impressive session. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the Zionist Emergency Council, gave the report of the political activities of the last 10 months. The important political accomplishments of the council under the aggressive leadership of Dr. Silver are his success in procuring declarations in favor of a Jewish commonwealth from Pres. Roosevelt and Gov. Dewey and the introduction of the resolutions in both houses of congress. Dr. Silver states that during the last 10 months the council engaged in a wide, active program of propaganda which was directed to and reached all classes of Americans. The two great labor or ganizations. the American Federation of Labor and the C.I.O., both indorsed the Jewish commonwealth. It is hoped that now that the War Department has withdrawn its objection, the resolution in congress will pass. Thanks to the work of the council, both major political parties have inserted in their platforms planks favoring a Jewish commonwealth. Dr. Silver warns that we are yet far from our goal and must be prepared for j continuous hard work. The re! port was received with great enthusiasm by the delegates. The delegates see in Silver toe man | of the hour. It may be stated here that this convention stressed a great deal the cultural side of Zionism and the search for ways and means how best to spread education among Zionists. It is felt that there is tragic evidence that our i present American Zionists lack the spirit and the understanding | of Zionism. The majority of tinnew members are just plain dues payers and know little of the meaning and importance of Zionism for themselves and their children. The present administration is deeply interested in the problem of widening the cultural program. It is a difficult undertaking but attempts in this direction are being made. Dr. Goldstein stated: Major tasks for the coming year must be education. Zionism which aims at the unbuilding of Palestine, strives also toward the building of a full, affirmative Jewish life in America based on self-knowledge and self-respect, nourished enriched and inspired by the Yishuv in Eretz Israel. Our educational program is directed not only to the American Jewish youth but to the adults as well. In our youth work we plan to expand the use of the summer camp idea for Zionist inspiration and the cultivation of the Hebrew tongue, as well as training for leadership. Adults, too, will be encouraged to take up the study of Hebrew. OBITUARIES SAUL DOLCORT Haul Dolcort, 71. of 1044 8. W. 13th Ct., died Sunday in a hospital. A retln-d druggist, he came here eight years ago from New York City. SurVIVIIIK aiv his wife. MrH. Anna IHilcort. and two daughters, Mrs. Alfred Sachs, Cleveland, and Mr*. David IVarlman, Stanford, Conn. The body UHH sent to Cleveland by Oordon Funeral home. MAX TEITTELBAUM Max Telttelbaum. 62. of 1S8 Ovoaii Dr., Miami Hea. h. died Sunday In a hospital. A retail grocery store operator, he Is survived by hie wife, Mrs. Rebecca Telttelbaum. The bodywas sent to Rochester by Riverside Memorial chapel. HARRY CRYSTAL Harry Crystal. IS, IM Michigan Ave., filed In a local hospital Wednesday night. He i-ame to Miami I teach 20 years ago from New York anil had been in the restaurant catering business. He was a widower Surviving are his brother, Marty, and a sister, Mr*. Leah Jacobson, both of New York City Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel Friday with the Kabbl Irving Lehrman In Charge. Burial was in Mount Nebo. JOSEPH M. FOX Joseph M. Fox. 60, of 17i3 S. W. 13th St.. who came here five years ago from Pittsburgh. Pa., filed Thursday In a hospital Surviving are his wife, Mary: two daughter*, Shirley and Gloria, and a brother, I>. I>.uls Fox. all nl Miami. The body was sent to Pittsburgh by Cordon Funeral home. WOMEN OF AIC WILL PREMIERE FRI. REVIEW The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress announces the premiere of its educational project, "The Friday Review," to be held on Friday, November 10th at 1:30 p. m. at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Rd. This is the first review in a series of fourteen. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, well-known reviewer and director of education and programs, will give her interpretation of the Literary Guild's best seller, "Earth and High Heaven." Committee in charge of arrangements is as follows: Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman; Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, Mrs. J. Arkin, Mrs. N. Kurlander, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. T. Firestone, Mrs. J. Kimbel. Mrs. H. Rice, Mrs. J. Rose, Mrs. B. Sherry, Mrs. R. Shevach. Mrs. A. Treister, Mrs. E. J. Weinstein. Mrs. A. E. Woolfe, Mrs. B. Sackheim, Mrs. J. Gross, Mrs. A. Klein. Mrs. R. Cohn, Mrs. R. Weiss and Mrs. L. Mills. raPAY.NOVgBg,^ LEGAL NOTICES in business iin.l, ;[_!"* • .£ if-titiom "*Ht of KEYWEHTER A I MAX BrrJpo&lSffi, Dade county; FioYida! !" 11 **T|| ..NOTICE IS HERRI. v^^sT" the undersigned i ....... ''I'O under"' e ^•IS^'MSS! JIMMIK-S aiu, T ,VUy "•* at IIS-IW ^8tmt^iP|wtf Florida, and Intends '. nl 'kach |id Sg&'aaS? £&*£& r h ,. C !? rk of '"•• nr<„i,*,?'"*• <" Dade County. Florida (ourt f p AI'L GKR.STMAN OBOROK CHKKTKfiF "i ,r NOTICE IS the unders.gn,i! E J l < e 1 's! r r ni r*^ Ex J3 business under tn? EL&. rth ,en< %  said ELKS WILL DEDICATE DANCE PATIO AT M. B. Dedication of the Miami Beach Elks lodge's new outdoor dance patio will be held on night, November 9th, Max Singer. contraction chairman, stated thflTweek. The patio, 40 by 50 feet, will man have 2,000 square feet of terrazo dance floor space. To date the lodge has entertained some 75.000 service men and women. Serving on the committee with Max M. Singer is Lew Welch, Bertram Raff. Eilard Kahn. George Bloom, Herman Glasser. John Mantel), and Dave Friedman. Construction work is being done by Ben Oilier. Members are invited to bring their wives and friends for the ceremonies. HARRY AARON HARTSTONE Harry Aaron Hailstone, 6K. of n.i.i B w 24th St.. died suddenly Friday morning while working on Klagb-r St. A former restaurant owner, lie came to Miami eight years ago from Boston, Mass He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Thursday military order of the Purple Heart Max M I He la survived by his widow. Mrs Marian Hartatone. Funeral service! were conducted at the Palmer Funeral f'h.ipel Friday by Rabbi Irving L.hrYou can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! NEW PRESIDENT OF ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH I WANT MY MILK „..„„/"""" /// //#' linn: WANTAGES •/ IIAHE FEIMiltAL MORTGAGE And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at 620n N. W. 32nd Street ARTHUR 8. SIMOV BORIU8 L. SAitNOW LOON KAPLAN *" % % %  NOTICE IS HERroiT^OiyiTthi; the un.leralgn.sl, desiring J~| In business under ths rif-tlt of DAROLE COfflaETlCRrL^a Washington Avenue, Miami |L,h Florida. Intends to regti^ ,v^ name with the Clerk „ft ht yS Court of Hade County, Plorlda EDWARD MARTIN (JKN'KT Attorney f,,r Applicant 10/13-20-27 11/3-10 HIIOTMA.V, >bl* owner. ..NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVBf a* be undersigned, desiring to ,n£ of EMPIRE POODS at 311 North west Second Avenue, Miami FI, "da With the lerfi of the circuit 5>K of Dade County. Plorlda 18ADORE Kf.STINES MAX u 8 UI^|R PH BL0CK Attorney for Applieanti 10/13-20-27 11/3-10 NOTICE is HEREBY Gnrm mat the undersigned, now doing liuxneN ashiiiKtoii Avenue. Miami Uttcb. Florida, intenils to register the and name with the Clerk ot the Circuit COOli of I>a. || KIM AN Attoi nej %  tor Appl 10/fi-i:; 10 -7 11/3 NOTICB is HERESY HIVKX IM the undersigned, desiring to t-sfift in business under thf fi<-ntlou.nutt of IIROWN'S PUJKNULT INN. at 241 N. \V. 1st Avenue, Mbnil. rVMa. Intends to reglstei %  isM UM with the Clark --f th< Circuit '"'vt %  if Dade County. Fl> i ARMIN BROWS MAX It SILVER Attornej foi Appl 10 1-13 10 17 II ; Health Resort r'.'jTt ?• .?~V .••• 'OS ooin -. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE COUNTY JUIXIEH COURT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY, H.iiltlliA IN I'HOIIATE No. 15443 In It. ESTATE OK rilll. I. IP II MI IN 11 WIT/.. Deoeaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS !"• %  AII Creditor*and All Parsons n.>\ mi; Claims or Demands Against Said Eatate You. and each 'if you, are herein notified snd required to praaent any claims and demands arnica you. or • Mini nf you, ma} have agalnal the eatati of iilii.i.ip ic\itiNi>wiTZ dei late ol Dade County, Kiorida. In the ll-.n \V K BI.f Dade County, and file the .11". Ill his Office ill the < -..11111% 1 ourthouae In Dade County, Plorlda, %  IKIII iieiniai months from ii ol ibe fir.st publication here•i Said claims or demands to contain ihe it gill address ..f the claimant and I" be KU.KII t.. ;md |.r.-s. nt.il as afore11 'I "i same u ill be b u • • %  undei He fi' %  %  NAVARRK APARTMENTS II W lL-th Avenue. Miami. Hon-n. / tend t.i reglstei Ihi "I n** *:" Hie ''leik ..f the Circuit Court 'olllll V, Plol Ifl. ANNA MYEIts \ HEIMAN, Attorneys for Applicant 10 W-T II ". 10 II NOTICE Ifl HEREBY OIVKNlW the undi rsigned. desiring o 'w in business under the MctUloM **• ol ABE'S IIAR al "N"i> h Street, Miami, Plorlda, (il.KK-iV 1.1.II M*^^ >////M LUGGAGE SHOP 18 H E I'-A*E ..; %  ,.., .cup CHQNE 3 2603 i' 1 RBBY UIVEN ring t.. engage "' '," Ifi "i* fi. tltlnua name f J.ITTLE MORRIS' \ i:-.i i ARIAN VNII n\ll:\ RESTAURANT al Ml "I'lti" Avenui M iml Bf u I Plor; :""' rlatei the i ild with the i..ik ..f the Clrcul) '• %  -' iuni v !•'!•" ids MORRIS KBHTEN'BAUM MAX R Jffitjgf BP .„ Ml. Int'n'l* registvi the said <•"". % %  SI? i+it fl.rk ..f the Circuit < rl o" County, Klorlrtn. ,.„,.vtlt ABRAHAM kR"> t:K MYERS \ HEIMAN Attorney for .\|.|ili-ains. 10,27 ll/J-10-17-14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS'MM^ OIVW Willis t! Holder, holdf-r of Of CIO "f Miami Tax w Numb, I.-.I '.:•"''. il.i'ed the i June v D "'•'• ,' %  '",„i M' .. : ,... |n my < %  '"'•' %  I< ippll. itlon foi l -' 1 „ ni ... si-n lasui • %  iH>n In acciM !., said Certificate '•"" %  •' folloa-ius dea i Ibed pr;l | ed ill H...I. I' l^.i It, Hlk :•.•"."'"'/' I -i.il l^".K I, IM s.iid l" if II City of Miami si.,i, ,.f Plortds 'I'lie aaaessmeiil "' undei the Certlfli %  the name ..' I'nknown .^nl<•,,.,;,.,.. shall be ,""',;" "I, th'f .deed on on the mh > "' I .r>>I) D A Ii 1944 d IhiI'll R Cierk of ,4th du Court K •' Circuit ,i "" u rT's ^STBBBaTT* %  • io/!7 n/'l-ib-i: N



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flUD AY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 ^Jewistifhrfictian rFATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported K v r,^. *, 7. %  ""S, lb. I.wUh *_ Board ^_jraE5tt^^-2£ PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! Lt Robert I. ROM. ion of Iron'Boss. 725 S. W. 11th A*... hM been killed in action, according to a war department releasegot. Arthur J. Fuld flow in from Camp Ritchie, Maryland, for a short stay with his mother, lire Emma Fuld and brother, Err^st, of 2721 S. W. 20th St. Sgt Darid Kova'sky has returned from the South Pacific and is at present stationed in Cleveland, Ohio. lit Lt. Donald A. Solomon, son of Mrs. B. Solomon, 930 10th St., has been awarded the Distinpjished Flying Cross, it was announced. Lt. Solomon is a Flying Fortress pilot now serving with the 15th air force in Italy. He was Riven the DFC for extraordinary achievement in the bombing raids against the oil refineries at Belchhammer, Germany. Lt (jg) Donald M. Mkhnoff. Navy dental corps, is home on a five-day leave from Baltimore. MA, visiting his father, Edward Mkhnoff. 750 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. He will report to Jacksonville for further assignment. Lt. Michnoff is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High schooL Capt Philip Kaplan is "somewhere in France, friends here state. Capt. Kaplan was owner of the Phil Davis men's shop on Lincoln Rd. He is with the field artillery. S c f nd „ L t Richard Gerstein. son of Mr and Mrs. Harry S Gerstein, 2510 S. W. 20th St is convalescing at AAF Regional Station Hospital, Coral Gables from flak wounds sustained Sept. 5 in a bombing mission over uermany. The only member of his crew seriously wounded, Lt. Gerstein furnished the data that brought his plane safely back to its base despite the fact that his eyes were filled with blood from the piece of flak that entered one side of his face and came out another. Navigator on a B-17 ,he has taken part in bombing missions over Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfort and other cnemv targets; was based in England four months. On his final mission—over Ludwigshafen—his plane had reached an altitude of 26,000 feet when a 155 mm. shell exploded 20 feet from it. Two engines were knocked out, and a third damaged. The engine caught fire, and the plane lost 10,000 feet and its place in the formation. Lt. Gerstein attended the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Miami, leaving the latter school to enter the service. He will report to the AAF Redistribution Center, Miami Beach, after he is dismissed from the hospital. He has the Air Medal, Purple Heart and the Presidential Unit Citation. 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-Nary Committee, Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible ter everyone to know where our servicefolk are. whet utey are seeing and doing. The Bronze Star Medal has been awarded Staff Sgt. Aaron Goldenblank, son of Max Goldenblank, 1923 S. W. 14th Ter.. for "meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy in France from July 1 to Sept. 1." A graduate of Miami Senior High school, he attended the University of Florida prior to entering the service. Now on duty in Belgium, he has been in the Army three years, including a year's duty overseas. He is in the finance department of an infantry unit. Capt. Simon Klein. 36-year-old, Miami dental officer, has dem-] onstrated ingenuity in the developing of new ideas for the d, '" ,a w,,rk of the dispensary at a B-17 Flying Fortress base in England. The dental surgeon with the aid of others succeeded in extricating a soft seat from a Flying Fortress and in rigging it up for patients. Also from a wrecked plane came the scrap metal for fashioning an extra sink. A battery hook-up was arranged to run the dental drill electrically. He also pioneered in making prosthetic appliances available to the airmen in record time. His wife lives at 2920 S. W. 37th Ct. A graduate of the University of Miami, Lt. David Hendel, 960 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has been assigned to the Mitchel field. N. Y., weather station, where he will continue his duties instructing forecasters who have returned from overseas. He recently was commended by the regional control officer for "excellent performance of duty in indoctrinating weather forecasters in the newest technique of forecasting and weather analysis." The commendation followed three months special weather technical consultant team conferences held at Army airfields in 11 New England and Middle Alantic states. Although Lt. Hendel has been a member of the AAF weather service only two years, he has concentrated on the study of the upper air and is recognized as one of the experts on the subject, officials said. Sgt. Meyer Langemass, 25. of Brooklyn. At Montebourg, France. Lt. Samuel Goldenberg. 23, Army Air Forces, of Burlington, Iowa. Over Vienna. RD Out This Coupon and Moil To "WAR RECORDS." Army Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Sgt. Leonard J. Oxenberg, former University of Miami student, has been assigned to duty with an emergency rescue squadron of the AAF in the Hawaiian islands as assistant to the flight squadron commander. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oxenberg. 628 S. W. 17th Ave., he attended an Army medical school and worked in surgery eight months. Later he was given special training at the air rescue school at Keesler field, Miss. Narne. Hame Addres3Serial No.. Street City State Birth Date Birthplace Civilian OccupationCity State Marital Status Date Entry In Service.-. Branch of Service ''uU name of nearest kinDate -Discharged ._ Rank or RatingRelationship A ddress information Transmitted by— Telephone number Morton Feit, son of Mrs. Harry Salus, 829 N. W. 29th St.. enlisted in the U. S. Navy Reserve, and left Saturday for Great Lakes, Michigan for training. He has two brothers also in the service, Carl L„ attached to a submarine in New London, Conn., and Melvin. with the air corps, now stationed in San Fernandino, Calif. Pfc Robert S. Gruenberg. 30, of the Bronx, N. Y. In Normandy. Pfc. Michael Kaufman. 24, of Garwood, N. J. In Italy. Purple Heart. Lt. Charles Kobrin. 25, of Elmhurst, N. Y. Anzio beachhead. Pfc. Milton Krauss. 26, of the Bronx. N. Y. In France. Cpl. Harry Lerner. 24. of Brooklyn, N. Y. In France. Pvt Charles Goldman. 22, of the Bronx, N. Y. Anzio beachhead. Devoting This Pag. to the Effort, ol the Army-N.vy Committee. Mad. Possible Through the Co-Operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street I. RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue ^ ROTH & HAYS^ _. Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 178 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 Irving Pont, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, 2611 S. W. 5th Ave., Miami, is receiving his boot training in the United States Navy at Great Lakes, 111. He entered the service in September. KILLED IN ACTION CpL Samuel B. Bartoshniclc 30, of Tenafly, N. J. In Italy. Sgt. Raymond Cohen. 22. Army Air Forces, of Philadelphia Pa. In a raid over France. Pvt. Jules Feigenbaum, 22, Army Air Forces, of Brooklyn. N. Y. During an enemy raid on New Guinea. Pvt. Stanley Goldblum, 21. of Brooklyn, N. Y. On the road to Rome. He had fought at Anzio. Pvt. Abe Goldstein. 37, of Easton, Pa. In France, during the battle of St. Lo. Lt (jg) Albert Frederic Lilienthal. 24, Naval Air Corps, of Chicago, 111. In the South Pacific. He piloted a navy dive bomber. Shortly before his death he had written home describing a crash landing at sea, after which he and his radio man floated all night on a rubber raft before being picked up. Lt. Rubie Mass. 24, Army Air Forces, of Chicago. In the European area. He has received a Presidential Citation and the Gold Star. Cpl. Morris Miller. 25, of Detroit, Mich. In Normandy. His parents have donated an ambulance to the army in his memory. JACK ABBOTT WRITES LETTER FROM FRANCE Lt. Arnold J. Parnes. 23, Army Air Forces, of Philadelphia, Pa. In an encounter with German fighter planes while returning from a bombing mission over the Reich. Posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. Pvt. Sheldon Rosner, 18. of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Pvt. Charles Sanders. 21. of Brooklyn. In Italy. Pvt. Bernard Senecoff. 37, of Philadelphia. In Italy. Purple Heart. Lieut. Seymour Raphael Shikowitx. 27, Army Air Forces navigator, of the Bronx, N. Y. In a bombing mission over enemy territory in the Pacific theater. Cpl. Seymour Siegel. 22. of Brooklyn. In France. Sgt. Stanley Siff. 35, of Easton, Pa. In France. Lt Milton Soled, 22, Army Air Forces, of Jersey City, N. J. In a raid on Germany. Sgt. John Alexander Strauss. 27, Army Air Forces, of New York City. Over Europe. 1st Lt. Jack Abbott, former president of B'nai B'rith and now with the armed forces in France, was heard from this week. In his letter printed below, he relates some of his observances on his journeys. Somewhere in France October 1. 1944 Dear Freddie: Somehow with the Jewish holidays just over, I thought of you —and that you might be interested in a just a couple of sidelights. For one. I met Dave Eichorn, the Rabbi who worked for the B'nai B'rith at the University of Florida. I think we all had a hand in selecting him for this Hillel work. He is doing a splendid job over here, and I am very proud of him. I missed his services, because I didn't even know any were to be conducted. He just came into town, put up a notice near the headquarters— and I live in a downtown hotel, with offices in the Chamber of Commerce building in the town I am located in. However, by one of the quirks of circumstance he was bivouaced in my hotel, so I bumped into him quite by accident. He really could tell you some stories of the fate of the Jews in France, since because he is a chaplain he discovers, or others discover him for their stories. I shall not burden you with them, except to say that the story here is almost as bad as it was in Germany. The French did not help much, either. With the help of the Germans, it was easy for them to mulct the Jews, and many did. But that is a long story. Did you know Ed Levin, the lawyer, associated with Gus Feuer, He is with a Civil Affairs office about 50 miles from here, came through and ate with the local civil affairs group—as I do. I sat down right next to him. and asked him to pass the peas—then we recognized each other. Through another coincidence, he was later going on to Paris, and with a little pull. I went along in his Jeep. We spent two nights and a day there. And that is a long story in itself. Dave Eichorn left the following day—as he was only passing through. They did not have a permanent Jewish Chaplain here. But one was assigned in time to conduct the New Year's holiday services. He hired a theatre, expecting about 500, and between 1,000 and 1,500 Jewish soldiers attended. It was solemn, men didn't get up and go out for a smoke often in the middle of services—as they often do at home. Everyone wore helmets— as we are required to do—and everyone wore them in the Synagogue. We were fortunate, the Chaplain found a splendid Cantor, and when he sang Kol Nidre, it really was a Mitzvah to hear. There were only a handful of civilians, it was pitiful to hear how many there were around, before the war. Before closing I might add that the Chaplain raised over $3,500. There are about 100 to 150 Jewish children he and some of the Jewish boys of the Civil Affairs office have collected together, and they got a Chateau, formerly used by a collaborationist—the money will be used to feed and educate the children, until some of the major Jewish American charities can take over. My best to everyone. Lt. (sg) Seymour Finkelstein. 24. USN. of Yonkers, N. Y. On D-Day. while serving as skipper of a ship sweeping for mines off the invasion coast. Pvt. Aaron Leventhal. 22. of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Pfc. Morris Gassman, 29, of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Sgt. Stanley Tulin. 20, Army Air Forces, of Philadelphia. Pa. Over Italy. Pvt. Robert H. Wagner. 20. of New York City. 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ihdlie\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Tfr^&W^THE JEWISH UNITYT OAH THE MEWTSH WEEKLY I^UMTTT-NUMBER 44 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS OPPOSITION MAD! II "" Philadelphia (JTA) — The I American Council for Judaism, in la memorandum submitted to I Secretary of State Cordell Hull I and made public this week, emphasizes its opposition to the I^Sablishrnent of Palestine or any locality as a Jewish State or Commonwealth." The memorandum also urged the adoption of la national policy whereby postwar assistance to foreign countries "would take into account as |one of the major facts, that the | country under consideration ac|cept the concept of equality of all its nationals without regard I to race or creed." „ "Such a condition to the ex|tenion of American aid would be | an effective, practical demonstration of our determination to | foster the principles of democracy in the postwar world," the statement, signed by Lessing J. Rc*enwald as president of the Council. I maintained. MISTOVSKY ASSUMES DUTIES WITH USO-IWB Israel H. Mistovsky arrived here this week to assume his duties as USO-JWB director. He succeeds Mr. Nathan Rothberg, who has been transferred. Mr. Mistovsky comes here from ; Dothan, Alabama, where he held a similar position. Originally from Stamford, Conn., he graduated from St. Peter's College, Jersey City, and attended the Graduate School for Jewish Social Work. He was director of group activities at the Jewish Community Center of Jersey City and taught high school there for a number of years. He is a member of the Jewish War Veterans, American Legion, and B'nai B'rith. Mr. Mistovsky will make his offices at the Miami "Y," 1567 S. W. 5th St. PALLSTINEUIILL F DON'T FORGET to vote on election day* It is your privilege and your duty. Exercise it! FUST MD IT CULTURAL SERIES SECOND SESSION AIC PLANS NEARING FINISH Arrangements for the second session of the American Jewish Conference are nearing completion. The session will be held in the William Penn Hotel. Pittsburgh, December 3-5, 1944. The overwhelming majority of the elected delegates and representatives of the sixty-three organizations affiliated with the Conference have notified the national office of their intention to attend. In the meantime joint meetings of the delegates and electors are being organized in many communities throughout the country, for the purpose of rendering reports of the activities of the Conference and discussing the issues that will face the second session. The State Department was | urged, in a resolution adopted at | the closing session of the national |Mizrachi convention, to take the | initiative in establishing a Com|mission on Restitution ,'to survey | the amount of loot confiscated | by the Nazis from Jews in EuroIpoan countries which they overIran." Funds belonging to claim|ants who can no longer be found | should be used for the resettle|ment of destitute Jews in PalesItine, the resolution added. | Declaring that "nothing has I been done to make tolerable the lexitence of 270,000 Rumanian JJews who escaped extermination and survived interment in conIcentration camps," and that the ("Rumanian authorities stand in Ithe way, even when temporary %  makeshifts can be devised." the [American Jewish Committee [asked Secretary of State Cordell [Hull tn make representations to [the Rumanian authorities and |tu instruct its representatives on %  the Alhe.I Control Commission to %  do everything in their power toIward removing discriminations Ipt'll existing against Jews and %  restoring to them the rights and %  Possessions of which they were %  stripped by the Nazi regime." RUSSIAN IEWS ASK FOR |NEWS OF FLORIDIANS The Union of Russian Jews %  in regular communication *ith the Moscow Jewish Community which maintains a spenai bureau for the specific purPose of locating refugees and evacuees in the Soviet Union •M helping them contact their relatives and friends in the United States. The New York Office of the onion of Russian Jews has been "nable to locate the following P*Ple in Florida, due to lack %  proper address, for whom messages hare been received m Russia. Varshavsky. (or Vaxshav). t genia. message from Rabinow 'tsch Lisa, and Luiblin. Shura. Bortnick. Nechemie. from ,l "er Tania Teplitskaya. SUvutskaya. Sarah, sister %  Ml Smolianitikaya. Atlanta. Joseph, niece Nemz"• Luiba. L Kalman. Model. Nemser, Luiba. Rosenberg. Rebecca. Susanna ^xJiatchevai" Majzii, Nachman, Certs Movs*>tsch. Glickman, Molka. Z. D. term. Chitro. Julius, niece lacha en. ^tiar. Matia and wife J !" >sister in law Gitl %  V. Keep on buying War Bonds. OTHER COUNTRIES Jerusalem (JTA)—The Palestine Government will admit 10,300 Jews from neighboring countries and liberated European territories, it was announced here. Visas will be issued at the rate of 1,500 a month, retroactive to October 1st. This figure may be revised in January, an official announcement said. Some of the visas have already been earmarked by the Government for distribution as follows: 500 for Jews from Rumania and Bulgaria; 900 for Jews from Italy; 200 for Jewish children from France; 1,000 for Jewish refugee children now in Switzerland; 200 for Jews, mostly children, in Belgium; 200 for Jews mostly children in Turkey; and 1.000 for Jews in Aden. Yemen. Any immigration certificates that "may remain under the provisions of the White Paper after the distribution ol these 10.300 visaWill be allocated by the government when the present allotment is exhausted, the announcement indicat ed. GO ALFORUNRRA WILL BE EXCEEDED. LEHMAN Washington (JTA) Director General Herbert H. Lehman of the {Sited Nat.ons Relief and Rehabilitation Adminstration his week announced that the goal of 15,000.000 pounds set by tni fhnrches parishes and syna goguesin the Emergency Collect tion of Clothing wj"5g?2 Furone will be exceeded. Ms estimate it based on preliminary reports received from all parts of the United States. 25THANiNTv^RYTO BE OBSERVED. MASONS Scottish Rite Masons of the four co-ordinate bodhe. ji £ W. Third St. The Silver Anniversary class &&$£££€ already have beeri setert ^ Cress as co-chairman. BALFOUTDAY IS BEING OBSERVEDJTHIS WEEK commemorates £ an and of the Balfour peclarauo the establishment of tne J* homeland. All is in readiness for the Maurice Samuel lecture to be held on Sunday evening, Nov. 5. at 8:30 p. m. at the Beth David auditorium. This is the first in a series of lectures and concerts sponsored jointly by the Town and Beach Y's. Subject of Mr. Samuel's speech will be "The Jew in the World of Tomorrow." George Chertkof. chairman of the board of directors of the Miami Y. will oreside. Recognized in Jewish circles ARGENTINE DELEGATE WAS VISITOR IN MIAMI En route to Washington to attend the Jewish World conference, Bertha Gerchnuff. Argentine president of the Woman's International Zionist Organization, was in Miami Sunday. Miss Gerchnuff also serves as liaison officer between London and Buenos Aires for the Zionist organization. NOVEMBER 4 LAST DAY FOR WELFARE QUERY Dade county residents who plan to take the merit system examinations to be held in the near future were reminded today by Troy C. Davis, chairman of District 9 Welfare Board, that November 4 is the last date for filing applications. The registers to be set up. Mr. Davis said, are for 15 classes of positions with the State Welfare Board and the Florida Industrial Commission. The positions include stenographer, typist, clerk, accduntant, key punch operator and tabulating equipment operator. Application blanks may be obtained from the Merit System Office, P. O. Box 113, Gainesville, Florida, Mr. Davis said. Maurice Samuel as one of the foremost authors and lecturers of present day. Mr. Samuel recently won acclaim in the form of the $1500 Anisficld award given by the Saturday Review of Literature for the best inter-racial book of the year The erant was made in I5WJ tor Samuel's "The Great Hatred, written in 1940. Rumanian-born Samuel was educated in England and served with the U. S. army from 19171919 His most recent book, "Harvest in the Desert," which was published this year, demonstrates his ceaseless scholarship and keen intuition. Ticket sfor Sunday evenings lecture may be purchased at both Y's or at the lecture Lvon (JTA—Fifteen thousand Jewish children—half of those living in France before the war —were killed or deported during the German occupation, officials of the OSE, Jewish Health Society, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent About 13 000 were killed in or deported from the occupied zone while 2 000 met a similar fate in me so-called Vichy area. OUR APOLOGIES Answering the many phone calls received this week as to the organisation to which Louis Heiman was elected president and naming officers chosen to serve with him—it is the Bureau of Jewish Education. In an item appearing last week a paragraph was omitted and the mystery created. We regret the error. HILLEL MOVEMENT IS NOW IN ITS 23RD YEAR Washington, D. C. — B'nai B'rith's Hillel Foundation movement began its 22nd year of service this month with 48 fulltime foundations operating in 29 states and the District ot Co1 lumbia. or a total of 117 units in 36 states, three Canadian provinces and the District of Columbia, according to an announcement by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. and Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of the Hillel foundations. These Hillel units, the announcement emphasized, are serving civilian student populations at most of the great universities and whatever military student contingents are still stationed at Hillel campuses. The Hillel foundations are manned by full-time directors and have complete facilities while the Hillel counselorships function with part-time directors and more limited facilities. District Five included Univ. of Florida. Gainesville; Florida State College for Women. Tallahassee; Univ. of Georgia, Athens, Georgia; Univ. of Maryland, College Park; Univ. of* Miami, Miami, Florida; Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Univ. of Virginia, Charlottsville. REGISTRATIONS AT U. OF M. FOR TRIMESTER Registration for the fall trimester at the University began on Nov. 1. A large enrollment is expected, due to the number of returning students as well as incoming freshmen. Students discharged by the armed forces will receive every consideration from the University of Miami and full co-operation in their efforts to resume studies which had been interrupted by military service. DIOE COITUS TO POLL BIGGEST VOTE IH HISTORY Dade countians will ring down the curtain on the 1944 political campaign Tuesday, November 7, and the biggest vote in its history is expected. There are 115,191 voters qualified by registering to take part in the election and 7,890 ballots mailed out. Besides choosing presidential electors, Dade voters will determine who shall fill 15 national, state and county offices and their ballots may determine the face of nine constitutional amendments offered for the approval or disapproval of the electorate. The presidential race predominates in voter interest and state and county officers will be on the ballot. Democratic presidential electors are Arthur L. Anderson, Mrs. Frank X. Carroll, jr., A. J. Cobb, Wallace N. Keith, Lewis Petteway, Ray Selden, L. H. Shoemaker, Mrs. Mary Sullivan; the Republicans, Randolph Bell, Howard Gibbons, William M. Gober, Chester L. Hall, Mrs. Alma Hewitt, Mrs. Maxie North. Mrs. Ruby Tavenner and Mrs. M. R. Wentworth. Dade countians will ballot by voting machine in 114 precincts. The polls will open at 7 a. m.. a statutory requirement, and will close. at official sundown. 6:36 p. m. ^ HUNGARY "WILL" NOT HONOR JEWISH VISAS Zurich (JTA)—The new Hungarian Government, composed of pro-Nazi extremists, has announced that it will not recognize passports issued by foreign governments to Jews in Hungary for the purpose of providing protection by giving them the status of foreign nationals. •We shall not recognize any foreign passports in the solutions of the Jewish problem in Hungary." the Hungarian Minister of Home Affairs, Gabor Vajna. said in a broadcast to the Hungarian people. "The solution of this question will be merciless as deserved by the Jews." ALARM EXPRESSED AT FATE OF IEWS ABROAD London (JTA)—Jewish leaders here this week expressed alarm concerning the fate of the 300.000 Jews remaining in Hungary, as the German radio announced that all Jews in Budapest have been ordered not to leave their homes, which is usually a prelude to a Gestapo round-up of Jews for deportation. At the same time, the Budapest radio announced that the Szalasi Government, which the Germans have set up in Hungary, has issued an order cancelling all exemptions from wearing the yellow Mogen Dovid granted by the previous regime to certain categories of Jews, including war veterans. The order emphasized that all Jews who discarded the yellow insignia, whether by exemption or arbitrarily, must immediately resu me weari ng it. DADE COUNTY QUOTA FOR 6TH WAR BOND DRIVE TOTALS BIG SUM Dade county's quota for the Sixth war bond drive, which begins November 20. is $30.078,000. Horace F. Cordes. executive chairman, county war savings committee, has announced. The state's quota is $127,000,000. The drive will end December 16. All series E. F and G bonds, and series C Treasury savings notes processed at federal reserve banks Nove mb er 1 through December 31. will be credited to the drive.