The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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THE JEW-IS
^i^T7-NUMBER 46
FOR ANNUAL MEET
Final plans for the annual meet-
ing of the Dade County Chapter,
American Red Cross, climaxing
the biggest year In the chapter's
hiitory, are nearing compleUon.
Chairman of the American Na-
tional Red Cross Basil O'Connor
will be guest of honor and speaker
it the meeting, to be held Sunday,
jjov 19, 19H at 4 p. m. in Bay-
front Park Amphitheatre.
Music preceding and following
the program will be provided by
the 519th U. S. Army Air Forces
bind, directed by Chief Warrant
Officer J. VV. Schrodt; and the U.
S. Naval Training Center band un-
der direction of W. R. Parker, Jr.,
U. S. N. Seated in reserved sec-
tions will be some 500 members
of the Junior Red Cross; several
hundred uniformed Red Cross wo-
men volunteers, members of the
chapter staff, field directors and
[ their staffs.
To this colorful array of uni-
forms will be added the National
Champion Color Guard, American
Legion Drum and Bungle Corps,
which make the presentation of
I flags.
Giving the invocation will be the
IRev. P. D. Sullivan, S. J.; Rabbi
I Jacob Kaplan and the Rev. R.
I Wiley Scott.
O'Connor, was appointed to the
I post in July by President Franklin
0. Roosevelt, on his return last
WMk team a 2S day trip to Eng-
land and France that the purpose
of his trip abroad was "soley edu-
I rational." Surveying the need for
I relief in these countries, O'Connor
predicted a "bad winter" for them.
"The great need," he said, "is for
food and clothing, and the great
problem facing us is transporta-
tion of these necessities."
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
JEWISH STATE
E
Johannesburg, South Africa
. I E!i,;'blishment of a free
independent Jewish state in
"lestine was demanded by Mlnis-
r of Just i, o Colin Steyn. ad-
aressing a -rwded Balfour Day
imeeting here. Representatives of
I.T\Ymted sttes, Russia, China,
E Netherlands, Belgium, Canada.
iwnmark, Greece. Poland and
[Switzerland attended.
I Creation of a Jewish state. Mr.
EE i*W' should be effected
iwough friendly cooperation with
l"e Arabs, if possible. But, if the
irM are unwilling to agree to a
P* state, he continued, Pales-
mt should be opened to unre-
E Jewlah immigration and
E i"7*Uon which would eventual-
ly'd to a Jewish Commonwealth.
POGRAM OF ACTION
(ANNOUNCED BY BODY
m COmprehenslve program of ac-
liiLWaiannounce<1 last week by
" Beach Hotel Owners as-
'aiion following a general mem-
Ete meeting at which time It
I anec,de'l to admit operators as
x,h OWnors to membership. In
2 ,"in* the scope of member-
ictlve group haa launched a"
"nnnir k mpmbership campaign
E2 tp| owners and lessee op-
Tn lat Miami Beach.
' amending it* by-laws to ac-
C* 8see-"Pprators, the Miami
^" group becomes the first
t IitS*** m the country.
:ify that its
owners a&d
taE2P ia to be of ow
*fors.
Keep
h buying War Bonds.
EDEN SAYS UNABLE TO1
AID JEWS OF HUNGARY
London (JTA) Foreign Secre-
tary Anthony Eden told the House !
of Commons this week that he re- <
grets not being able to report any
progress in the efforts which are
being made to rescue Jews from
Hungary. He made this statement
in reply to a question by a member
as to whether Admiral Horthy's
promise to permit Jews to leave
Hungary if they secure visas for
Palestine and neutral countries is
now being carried out.
The German radio reports that
all the property of the Jews in
Hungary will be taken over by
the Hungarian state. "Jews will
only be allowed to keep such arti-
cles, as furniture and other chat-
tels, that are directly needed for
everyday use and stocks of food
and fuel enough to last a fort-
night," the broadcast said.
FULLSTORYOFTHE
DEATH OF BRITISH
MINISTER IS TOLD
_______ j
Jerusalem (JTA) The full story
Of the assassination in Cairo of
Lord Moyne, British Resident Min-
ister of State in the Middle Kast, I
and the real identity of his mur-
derers were obtained here by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency from
reliable sources.
When arrested, the two terror-'.
ists gave their names as Moshe
Cohen Itzhak and Charles Salz-!
man. The JTA informant, how-
ever, revealed that they are Eliahu
Khakim, 25, of Haifa: and Ep-
hraim Ben Zuri, 23, of Tel Aviv.
Khakim left the British Army in
February of this year. Zuri was
given a leave of absence by the
Hebrew University two years ago |
to join the armed forces.
The two arrived in Cairo, sepai-
ately, and were not even known
to each other until they met in
accordance with instructions from
the central committee of the Stem
Gang. They left here for Egypt
wearing military uniforms and
equipped with the necessary dOCll- .
ments and supplies. They were in
Cairo for 18 days before the at-
tack on Lord Moyne. during which
time they secured arms and ex-
plosives.
MONUMENT ERECTED
TO 66 MURDERED JEWS
Rome (JTA) A monument to
the-66 Jews among the 330 Rn-)
mans murdered by the Germans
In the Ardeatine Caves, near hen,
was erected this week at the site
of the massacre. The memorial, m
the form of a Star of David, was
placed alongside a CfWjS com-
memorating the non-Jeuish mc
tims.
MESSAGES ON VISAS
SENT BY BED CROSS
Washington (JTA Me ssage.
regarding refugees visas or Pales
ESS certificates for stateless per-,
sons in enemy or enemy-o countries may now be sent throng ,
the American Red Cross upon pre
sentaYTon of a special $**"
Hiied bv the Director of Censor ,
mil such information by caWeJ
Kram, Basil Connor. Red Cross
chairman announced. The II S.
Bureau of Censorship has 'elaxe4
its reflations at the request of,
23s38
tablished citizenship in anoin
country. .
Keep"l*~b^n7war~ Bonds.
TO
FIT
E
New York (JTA) The deter-
mination of organized Jewish com-
munities throughout the country
to fit their communal services to
the changing needs of the war and
post-war periods is highlighted in
a survey of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
made public here.
The survey describes the steps
being taken in 32 Jewish com-
munities to plan for modified or
expanded organizations and serv-
ices to keep step with new con-
ditions and requirements. These
plans which are being carried out
with the assistance or under the
guidance of the CJFWF, deal not
only with central communal or-
ganization like federations, wel-
fare funds and community coun-
cils, but with such special fields
as vocational service, Jewish ed-
ucation, family social service,
child care, the health and medical
care field, and group activities.
Newark and Canton are com-
pleting formal community surveys
of their central structures and
communal needs, the survey shows.
Canton has established its Survey
Steering Committee and Advisory
Committee as a temporary cen-
tral community structure to carry
foiward the coordination and joint
planning inaugurated by the sur-
vey. Centralization of civic protec-
tive work and Jewish education
are also outgrowths of the process.
The CJFWF staff has conducted
an extensive study of Newark's
Jewish community organization
during the past few months.
The Atlanta Jewish Welfare
Fund has established a committee
to study the relationship of the
local central services and to weigh
specifically the wisdom of integra-
tion through a Jewish Community
Council. In Little Rock, the Fed-
eration has a special committee
woi king on a program to expand
the scope beyond traditional phil-
anthropies, and to serve as a com-
munity-wide representative agency
in matters of general Jewish con-
cern. The Rochester Jewish Com-
munity Council is considering a
plan of reorganization which would
expand its membership and broad-
en its scope. Oakland is consider-
ing a plan to merge the Federa-
tion. Welfare Fund and civic-pro-
tective agency.
San Francisco has just formed
the Associated Jewish Organiza-
tion as a result of the joint efforts
of the Jewish Survey and B'nai
Biith Community Committee of
the United Jewish Council. The
new body will become the Council
for the Jewish community.
Reorganization frequently has
been stimulated by the belief of
local leaders that the gravity of
current needs Is such that a cen-
tral local instrument is needed to
bring together all elements and
points of view and to pool all ie-
Sources for meeting these needs
the report states. "Miami has cre-
ated a Planning Committee which
is launching several projects, in-
cluding a population survey and
2 of capital needs, kashruth
administration and community re-
lations In Milwaukee, which has
So federation, the Jewish Welfare
Fund has taken the initiative m
forming a Council of Jewish Social
Agencies. Seattle and Minneapolis
likewise have formed such com-
miInTnumber of cities commun-
ity-wide civic-protective agencies,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
ARMISTICE DAY WAS
OBSERVED BY MJAMI
Armistice day in Greater Miami
was marked by two observances
Saturday, one at the World War
II memorial in Bayfront park, Mi-
ami, at which Rear Adm. Walter
S. Anderson was principal speak-
er, and the other in front of Miami
Beach city hall, where the address
was by Brig. Gen. James H.
Walker.
The Miami ceremonies were un-
der auspices of Dade county World
War II Memorial, Inc., and Amer-
ican Legion posts of the county.
Herbert U. Feibelman acted as
chairman.
On Miami Beach, Armistice day
was solemnized in a brief cere-
mony at the Cenotaph, at 11th St.,
and Washington Ave.
The ceremony was jointly spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Amer-
ican Legion post and Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Dr. Maurice Klein
was in charge.
HADASSAH OPENS
E
A piano i needed by
B'Nai Brith for their Day
Room project at Nautilus
Convalescent Hospital.
If you have a piano which
is not being used, pleace get
In touch with Nat Roth.
Chairman, telephone 9-3475.
Cleveland (JTA)The 30th an-
nual convention of Hadassah
opened this week at the Hotel
Cleveland with 500 delegates, re-
presenting 125,000 members, In at-
tendance. The four-day meeting is
expected to authorize a three-point
program of Zionist political activi-
ty, post-war medical and child
welfare work in Palestine and ex-
tension of the group's war and
educational activities here.
Speaking Monday evening, Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver declared that
the United States, Britain and
Russia must assume joint responsi-
bility for settlement of the Pales-
tine question. Palestine, Dr. Silver
said, is not a British colony and
it is questionable that in view of
her experiences in the administra-
tion of the country in the past 25
years that she will be able, alone,
to find a satisfactory solution.
Presenting Hadassah's annual
financial report, Mrs. Samuel
Rosensohn of New York, national
treasurer, announced that the or-
ganization has received a total of
$3,039,010 with which to carry
on its Palestinian projects for the
next 12 months. Of this sum, ap-
proximately $934,420 is for the
work of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization; $1,230,834 is for the
Youth Aliyah movement for the
education and maintenance of Jew-
ish refugee children; $223,223 for
child welfare and vocational edu-
cation work; and $445,229 for the
Jewish National Fund for its land
program. Of the remaining amount
$196,258 is for supplies including
linens and equipment for Hadassah
hospitals and 100 other institu-
tions which it services, and some
$9,045 represents miscellaneous
collections which will be allocated
later. _^_____
GREEK PREMIER SAYS
WILL HELP ALL IEWS
London (JTA-)Premier George
Papandreou of Greece, receiving
the chief rabbi of Athens and
members of the Jewish communi-
ty council, assured them that all
possible measures will be taken to
assist the destitute Jews of Greece,
it was reported here by the Greek
information office.
CHEERS ^"OR QUEEN-
CHEERS FOR IEWS ALSO
London (JTA) Cheers for
Queen Wilhelmlna were followed
by cheers for the Jews, when the
rejoicing citizens of the Dutch
town of Tilburg gathered in their
market place to hail their libera-
tion It is reported here. Shouts
of "Long Live the Queen" were
mter-mingled wittt cries of "Long
Live the Jews."
Ii
:;
CORPS TO IPPLJ
Twelve marching bands and two
drum corps will enliven the Sixth
War Loan inaugural parade Mon-
day night.
The parade, will start from the
Flagler St. bridge at 7:30 p. m. <*
to move east along Flagle a
Biscayne Blvd. and disl f\ aft
Bayfront park, it was ann amdE
Dade county's quota i aa
Sixth war bond drive, wh ie
gins officially November.-., 1*
$30,078,000, Horace F. Cordes, ex-
ecutive chairman, county war sav-
ings 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
November 1 through December 31,
will be credited to the drive.
A series of conferences in Dade
county's Sixth War Loan drive
were scheduled this week, Horace
F. Cordes, executive chairman of
the Dade war finance committee,
and Claude L. Hemphill, local
manager, stated. Louis Heiman
was appointed as co-chairman of
the special events division of the
drive.
ERECT DEW MA
BUILDING IM CITY
Montreal (JTA)A new '5g
Men's Hebrew Associatioi M-
ing, for which Montrea m
raised $650,000, will be er in
the Notre Dame de Grace 'on
of the city, it was reportea nere
following the approval of the proj-
ect by the city council.
The building will serve as me-
morial for the Y.M.H.A. members
in the armed services. Councillor
J. Gagne who originally opposed
the project on racial grounds,
withdrew his opposition and voted
with a majority of the city council.
There are sufficient Jews in the
Canadian services to form a full-
strength division if they were all
transferred to the army, according
to figures just published here by
the War Efforts Committee of the
Canadian Jewish Congress. The
figures reveal that as of Sep-
tember 1, 1944 there were 9309
Jewish men and women In the
army, 5301 in the Royal Canadian
Air Force, and 486 in the Royal
Canadian Navy.
RABBI SHAPIRO TO GO
TO CONGRESS MEET
Rabbi Max Shapiro has been
chosen as a delegate to represent
United States Jewry at the World
Congress to be held in Atlantic
City next week. The Congress will
have international representation
from many of the countries of
Europe. Before returning to Mi-
ami, Rabbi Shapiro'will also attend
the American Jewish Conference
in Pittsburgh.
POLISH JEWRY IN DIRE
NEED OF ASSISTANCE
New York (JTA)The surviv-
ing Jews in the liberated section
of Poland are desperately in need
of assistance and are depending
on American Jewish relief groups
to provide food, clothing, medicine
and other vitally needed suppliee,
according to Raymond A. Davies,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency corre-
spondent in Moscow, who has just
arrived here. Davies was the first
American Jewish correspondent t
visit Poland. t,33S.e 3HC



PAGE TWO
9-JewlsHhrkUan
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ft


Lt. and Mrs. Robert M. Metsky
are now at their home, 835 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, following
their marriage on September 24
in the Lieutenant's home town,
Newark, N. J., to the former Miss
Ruth S. Alpert, of this city.
The wedding took place at the
Sheraton Hotel and the ceremo-
ny was performed by Chaplain
Colman A Zwitman of Temple
Israel, Miami, now stationed at
Fort Monmouth, N. J. A dinner
reception followed the ceremony
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morria Alpert, 1435 West
Ave., Miami Beach, was attend-
ed by her sister, wife of Lt. Ar-
thur Gold of Boston, as matron
of honor, and her niece, Renee
Sheilla Nussbaum of Fairlawn,
N. J., as flower girl. Lt. Harold
Rcssler of Newark, N. J was
the groom's attendant as best
man.
Mrs. Metsky is a graduate of.
the Miami Beach High School, |
where she was a member of the
National Honor Society, and the
Thespian Club. She attended the
University of Miami, University
of Alabama, where where she
was an active member of the
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Last
June she was graduated from
the Northwestern Dental School
as a Hygienist, and a few days
prior to her wedding she took
and passed the Florida State
Board examination, given by the
Board of Examiners at Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Lt. Metsky attended the Uni-
versity of Newark, New York
University, and the Fawcett
School or Art He is now sta-1
tioned at the Miami Air Depot,
and prior to his entering the
United States Army, was in the
advertising business in Newark,
N. J.
WEDDINGS
Mr. Harry Menacker and Miss
Bell Schnipper were united in
marriage last Tuesday at the
home of Rabbi Moses Mesche-
loff. Mr. Menacker is one of the
owners of the Alamac Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aron an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of then-
son, Jules, at services Saturday
morning at the Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will respond to the confirmand's
address.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Irwin, at services on Satur-
day. Nov. 25, at Beth Jacob. 311
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
On Sunday, Nov. 26, Mr. and
Mrs. Wucher will hold open
house at their home, 1618 West
Ave., Miami Beach. Friends and
relatives are invited to attend
Formal invitations are not being
issued
Miss Marion Schreter, 528 N.
E. 26th St., will become the wife
of Lieut, (jg) Richard L. Frank
at a ceremony to be held at the
home of the bride's aunt and un-
cle, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer,
583 N. E. 56th St., on Saturday,
Nov. 25, at 6 p. m. Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan will officiate
Miss Schreter attended Miami
High School, and was graduated
from Northwestern University,
School of Dental Hygiene.
Lieut. Frank, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson Frank of Nashville.
Tenn., attended the University
of Tennessee. After returning
from 16 months active duty in
the Central and Southwest Pa-
cific, he is now stationed in Lit-
tle Creek, Va., where the couple
will reside.
BIRTHS
Mr and Mrs. Max Kleinbert,
1330 Pennsylvania Ave.. an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Nov. 8.
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. George Landes of 1444
S. W. 5th St., on Nov. 7th at
the Jackson ivlemorial Hospital.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
GIVE......
Gift
Stationery
Children's novelty station-
ery .. "Little Man" and
"Little Women" boxes with
gay border designs .
Box________...... 69c
"Sweetheart Rose" ....
Grey single sheets with rose
design border lined
envelopes ... box____$1
Royalty vellum box with
double sheets, small folded
notes and envelopes. White,
pink or blue. box..... $1
Air-weight paper for over-
seas letters white sheer;
50 sheets. 50 envelopes and
package of airmail stick-
ers box $1.50
Crane's fine paper ... 50
folded sheets in blush pink,
white or blue. 25 notes,
envelopes box $3.50
MIAMI STORE
STATIONERY
SECOND FLOOR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levitt an-
nounce the li.th of a daighter,
Geri Lee, on Nov. 4. 19^4. at
'ackson Mtmonal Hospital.
lincoin
MIAMI HACH
OWN m r M
nrwATm
EAST FLAGUI AT hi
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Pransky
left today after spending a brief
vacation at the Jefferson Hotel,
Miami Beach. Residents of Los
Angeles, they arrived here com-
pleting a two months tour of the
United States Mr. Pransky has
been very active in the civic
and communal life of his home
town. He is President of the Los
Angeles Property Owners Asso-
ciation, and Vice President of
the American Jewish Congress.
During the Fifth War Loan he
received a citation for his ef-
forts and accamplishments. The
Ffranskys are accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Reicher. also of
Los Angeles.
Mr. Sam Zinkow is visiting
here from Atlanta, Ga.
Lieut, (sg) Max Pepper, who
has been visiting with nis fami-
ly here, will leave Saturday to
return to Jacksonville for tem-
porary duty there.
Mrs. Moses Kreiger, 1114 Al-
ton Road, left yesterday for an
extended visit with relatives in
Chicago and California.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Betty Ann, to Tech.
Sgt. Maurice Kornick, an event
of Oct. 15, at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciated
Attending the bride were
Mrs. Paul Silverman, matron of
honor, and Miss Florence Cro-
mer, maid of honor. Mr. Ralph
Gold was best man.
After the wedding, a dinner
and reception were held at An-
tilla Hotel in Coral Gables.
DR. STEPHEN S. WISE TO
RECEIVE 1944 AWARD
Philadelphia (JTA)The 1M4
Brith Sholem Award will be be-
stowed upon Dr. Stephen S. Wlae,
it waa announced by the Brith
Sholem National Activities Com-
mittee. The annual award is con-
ferred upon persona who have dis-
tinguished themselves in the serv-
ice of America and humane en-
deavors.
Miss Rose Blank, Di Lido Is-
land, Miami Beach, has returned
to her home after spending the
summer in Colorado and New
York.
fPPJTOI
NVl AI ).<( I
Op&n 11:45
AT THREE
THEATRES
Restless, rackless
rogues of the road
. reveling in the
chase, glorying in
the fightlured by
the prize of love!
"GYPSY
WILDCAT"
IN TECHNICOLOR
MARIA MONTEZ
JON HALL
PETER COE
NIGEL BRUCE
GALE
SONDERGAARD
DOUGLAS
DUMBRILLE
CURT BOIS
'Glory! Pageantry I
Lust! Torture*!'
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
returned to the city after a
Northern trip.
Mrs. Ernest Marks and daugh-
ter, Sari, of Birmingham, Ala,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silver, 120 S. E. 13th St. Mrs.
Marks and daughter arrived in
Miami Nov. 12, after spending
two weeks in Naples, Fla., leav-
ing yesterday for home.
Da PALAY OPENS UP
OFFICES AT M. BEACH
Dr. Lewis Palay, specialist in
the allergies, and ear, nose, and
throat, has opened up offices at
541 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
A graduate of Western Reserve
University and the University of
Louisville Medical School Dr.
Palay practiced medicine in New
York City for six years before
coming here.
Mrs. Kornick is graduatt 1
Miami Senior High School. Sh
also attended the University sj
North Carolina and the Univtr.
sity of Miami.
.,?**. Kornick. stationed at the
Miami Army Air Field, u the
^\ot^i- and Mrs- Phil Kor
nick of Chicago, 111.
.. A't1ei\ a honeymoon tra
through the State, Sgt and Mrs.
u"ce Kornick are at home at
400 N. W. South River Drive
Miami.
CHECKER CAB BODY E
BLOOD DONORS 100%
Following their usual policy ol |
being the leaders in a move-
ments for the hetterment of the I
community, the Segals, open-
tors of the Checker Cab Co. on
Miami Beach, made amoge-
ments last Wednesday to hare
their entire organization become
blood donors. The father, Mar-
ris, and two sons, William and I
Stanley, previously took care oil
having all their employees ex-
amined before the mobile unit of
the Blood Bank came to recent
donations. They also arranged
so that the night crew, who or-1
dinarily leave early in the morn-
ing, would be on hand for the I
occasion. The Segals have been I
long time residents of Miami |
Beach. Arrangements for the!
group donation were announced I
Monday by Rudy Adler of the
Blood Donors council who stated I
that the Blood Bank is richer by [
25 contributions.
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Mazow,
Houston. Texas, are visiting with
their sister and brother-in-law.
Cantor and Mrs. Abraham Fried-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. F E. Stern of
Baltimore will arrive in Miami
Nov. 18, to spend the winter. The
Sterns will reside at 1866 North !
Bayshore Drive, Miami.
Mr. Max L. Rose, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is visiting his son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rose. Mr. Rose's stay
with his son, Executive Director
of the local Federation, will be
brought to a close on Nov. 20.
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nadler and Pvt.
and Mrs. N. Murray Weyner. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kurefeld took place
this week, with Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tel officiating.
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+Jewisl)fhrkHari
PAGE THREE
200 SHRAPNEL WOUNDS
7 MARINE SERGEANT SURVIVES TARAWA
SOT J.S.STOVER.USMC.CREW CHIEF ON A LANDING CRAFT RECEIVED
TWO HUNDRED NOIVIOUAL SHRAPNEL WOUNDS ON THE BLOOOY BEACH
*T TARAWA... DESPITE HIS INJURIES HE RESCUED SEVERAL OF HIS COM-
RADES ANO LED THEM TO SAFETY..HE ULTIMATELY CONVALESCED..,
FIT FOR FURTHER DUTY.
U0. MAKtN5
MILITARY RITES FOR
LIEUT ROBT.SCHINDLER
*55**3' iuneral services were
conducted Thursday at the Beth
q,M.,Synai0BUe for Lt- Ro^nd
BSffiE ,27' USNR- with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.
Sehlndler. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Sehlndler, 1425 Meridian
Ave.. Miami Beach, was killed in
an explosion at Port Chicago, Cal
in July. His body was recovered
and sent here from Port Chicago.
Mrs. Sehlndler and the lieuten-
ants Infant son reside at the
Beach.
Besides his parents, wife and
son, he Is survived by one brother,
Irvin, and two sisters, Mrs. Ed-
TV W !t-:.>^/J" -"**?&*
kg**
TWO MEDALS IN TWO DAYS
RECORD OF MARINE LIEUTENANT
Ijt LIEUT. FRANK A. KEMP, USMCR, LED A BRILLIANTLY
SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON A NUMERICALLY SUPERIOR
FORCE OF JAPS ON NEW GEORGIA ...AND WAS AWARDEO
THE SILVER STAR MEDAL FOR THIS FEAT...THE FOLLOWlNrj
OAY HE RESCUED THREE COMPANIONS FROM DROWNING...
AND THUS EARNED THE SOLDIERS" UEDP'
TO
M ACTIVITIES
II
MRS. WEINTRAUB WILL
ADDRESS CLUBWOMEN
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rife
marine combat photographers
who alternated fighting with
making pictorial records of the
landing at tawara did so under
the most intense enemy fire ever
encountered by a major marine
assault force.
TEMPLE TO OBSSERVE
SABBATH WITH LADIES
The Miami Council of American-
Soviet Friendship will begin Its
activities on Nov. 20 with a bene-
fit dinner at the Russian Bear on
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Rev. Joseph Barth, last year's
chairman of the Council will in-
troduce the new chairman, Charles
Doren Tharp, professor of English
at the University of Miami. Mr.
Tharp will deliver the main ad-
dress of the evening, speaking on
"Russia, its Place in the World
Today."
Representative of the U. S.
Army Ground Forces will be
present.
Ramona Sawyer Barth, newly
elected executive secretary, mem-
bers of the executive committee
and new sponsor* will make brief
comment upon the need of Amer-
ican-Soviet Friendship.
Entertainment for the evening
will be under the direction of
Anyuta Mellcov.
The executive committee con-
sists of Charles Doren Tharp.
chairman. Mrs. Jack Bell. Rev
Joseph Barth, Evelyn B. Dean and
Miss Maijorle Drury.
Among the sponsors are Mrs-
T. T. Stevens, Mrs. T. V. Moore,
J. Harolu Briggs. H. Franklin
WilUams. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan,
Ralph Tracy, Rep. Pat Cannon, C.
W. Peters. Ernest Overstreet, Dr.
Horton Held. Elizabeth Antonova,
Muriel Hirach, Robert Fitch Smith,
Henry O Shaw, Madame Valen-
tina Dutko, William Carey Coffin.
Anyuta Mellcov and Raymond H.
Reese.
Those in charge of the dinner
committee are Mrs. Jack Bell.
chairman, Elizabeth Antonova,
Muriel Hirsch, Mrs. Herman Wep-
man and Anyuta Mellcov.
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, Mi-
ami clubwoman, will address the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach \
Jewish Center at its first regular i
meeting of the season on Monday, i
November 20, at the Center. Mem-1
bers and friends are urged to at-,
tend the meeting, which will begin !
promptly at 8:30. A short business |
meeting will proceed the speaker, i
and changes in the by-laws will
be presented at that time. A musi-1
cal program and social hour will
follow. The refreshment and hos-1
pitality committees, headed by,
Mrs. Celia Wald and Mrs. Dora
Goldberg, are in charge.
ward Leven and Miss Faye Schin-
dler, all of Miami Beach. Mrs.
Schlndler's mother, Mrs. Nathan
Miness, has arrived from New
York City to attend the services.
A Naval guard of honor, the
American Legion Guard of Honor
and a detachment of Jewish War
Veterans participated in the
services.
Burial was in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery under direction of Palmer
Funeral home.
"FRIDAY REVIEW" IS
GIVEN AT BEACH "Y"
ARONOVITZ IS GUEST
SPEAKER AT C. OF C.
---------
Appearing as guest speaker be-;
fore a meeting of the Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce held this week
at the El Commodoro Hotel, Abe
Aronovitz gave a highly enlight-
ening talk on "Municipal Gov-
ernment." He was introduced to,
the gathering by Sam Silver, mem-
ber of the board.
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N. C. I. W. TO PRESENT
CARD. DESSERT PARTY
---------
For its first event of the season.
the Miami Chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at Den-
ver, will present a card and niah
long dessert party on Tuesday.
November 21. Mrs. Ben Bloom.
Chairman, and Mrs. Abe Pollack,
co-chairman, are in charge of ar- I
rangements. Door prizes will be
awarded.
"ASK THE RABBI" TO BE
TOPIC AT LAUDERDALE
The first in a series of sermons
OB the topic "Ask the Rabbi" will
Da delivered by Rabbi Samuel H. ,
Baron at late sen-ices Friday eve-
ning at Fort Lauderdale. Temple
Eminu-El. of which Rabb. Baron
is spiritual leader, is located at
1801 S. Andrews Ave.
HIAS TO RESUME WORK
IN LIBERATED ITALY
New York (JTA) "ft
Office here announced that the
Intergovernmental Committee for
Refugees has made arrangements
"or the Hias-Ica to resume its ac
Svttte. in liberated Italy ami that.
us a result, preparations aiebei'H,
200 Jewish refugees i" "*'** ,
Palestine. The announcemerit was
made by Max Gottschalk. H.as lea |
president.____________________ ^
AMHIUI-UCH
Budweiser
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Distributed by
NATIONAL BRANDS
More than 300 men and women
attended the premiere of the "Fri-,
day Review," educational project
of the Greater Miami Women's j
Division of the American Jewish ;
Congress, which was held at the
YM & YHA, Miami Beach. The
second book In the series, will be
reviewed at the Miami Beach Jew-1
ish Center, is "People on Our
Side." on Friday, Nov. 24.
In conjunction with the reviews,
the AJC is selling and taking
orders for books which are re-
viewed. Further information may
be had by calling Mrs. Bonnie
Sackhcim. in charge of this depart-
ment (5-27651, or Mrs. Philip Sal-
mon, chairman of the project
..-,-1118).
The "Friday Review" series will
hold its first benefit evening per-
formance on Tuesday, December
5 The book to be reviewed is
Harvest in the Desert." by
Maurice Samuel. An entire Pales-
tinian program is planned.
AMERICAN CONGRESS
WOMEN HONOR LADIES
The American Jewish Congress
will honor the presidents of all
Jewish Women's organizations in
the area at its annual Thanksgiv-
ing tea to be held on Monday.
November 27. A symposium titled
Not Unity-Harmony" will be
presented. Guest speakers for the
occasion Include Mrs. IWtnU**-
man. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Mrs.
Max Shapiro, and Mrs. Leon
Kronish. Mrs. Simon April will de-
liver the closing prayer. A musical
program, featuring Cantor Maurice
Mumches in vocal neleUon..and
Mrs. Fritzi Tannen. on the violin,
"planned. A social hour_w.ll fol-
mv Arrangements for the affair
S'in charge of Mrs. Louis Glasser
ami committee. Members and
friends are urged to attend^ Spe-
S invitations are being tamed
{o presidents and members of or-
ganizations. _________
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
SEEKS NEW_MEMBERS
, %R Sfve^rSemb^rs^as
been latinXed by the Beth Sho-
iate.
Friday evening, November 24,
Sisterhood Sabbath will be ob-
served In Temple Israel. Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, religious chair-
man, announces that Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein will review "Argentine
Diary" by Ray Josephs.
The services will be conducted
by Sisterhood members. A recep-
tion in Kaplan Hall will follow,
under the sponsorship of Dr. and
Mrs. Kaplan.
An enjoyable and enlightening
evening has been planned. Large
attendance at the Temple is an-
ticipated.
RABBI SENDS MESSAGE
TO PRES. ROOSEVELT
During a prayer service con-
ducted on Sunday evening prior
to the election at the B'Nai Zion
Synagogue, at the corner of South-
ard and Simonton Sts., Rabbi L.
Lehrer, who was very optimistic
over President Roosevelt's re-
election to the presidency, drew
up and forwarded the following
telegram to the chief executive of
the nation:
"My prediction is that the Lord
will answer your petition with re-
election. He will set thee up on
high, and grant your desire and
fulfill all purposes, and hope that
the Lord saveth his annointed. He
will answer you from Heaven with
a mighty saving victory."
ROTHSCHILD RESTORED
AS A FRENCH CITIZEN
Paris (JTA)Acting; under the
decree issued by the French Gov-
ernment abrogating the anti-Jew-
ish laws of the Vichy regime, the
State Council, which is the su-
preme court of administrative law
in France, has restored French
citizenship to Baron Henri de
Rothschild. His citizenship was re-
voked after the fall of France in
1940. The action of the State Coun-
cil will automatically enable Baron
de Rothschild to claim his posea-
slons confiscated by the Vichy
regime.
MOSCOW TELLS OF
MASSACRE OF JEWS
GAS AT BEACH SHOWS
LARGE YEARLY GAIN
Nine percent more gas was con-
sumed in Miami Beach last week
than during the same week last
year, officials of Peoples Water
and Gas Co. revealed. This in- ,
crease was noted despite the fact
that the army now uses only
about one-third as much as It
was consuming at that time.
About 600 more meters are
turned on within Miami Beach |
than were in use last year. Since
there are about 12,000 meters now
In service, that means a gain of
five percent.
These statistics on this import-
ant utility bear out the declara-
tion of apartment association of-
ficials that the city is already ex-
tremely crowded in advance of the
winter visitors' season.
Moscow (JTA)A report de-
scribing the annihilation of Jews
in the "German extermination
camp" of Trembllnka In Poland
estimates that 2,764,000 Jewish
men, women and children were
killed in this camp alone. The re-
port is published in the Moscow
Polish-languish newspaper "Nowe
Widnokregi."
Written by Samuel Rajzman,
Polish Jew, who succeeded In es-
caping from Trembllnka, the re
port says that among the execute*
Jews were 1,500,000 from Poland
1,000,000 from Russian territor!
which was occupied by the Get
mans; 120.000 from Germany;
100,000 from Czechoslovakia; 30,-
000 from Austria and 14,000 from
Bulgaria.
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area, the management stated.
The announcement was macd?
following an error that appear-
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dian. The restaurant is under the
management of Benjamin Blu-
menfeld, and is now enjoying its
second succcessful season. Mr.
Blumenfeld was the operator of
the original Lindys of New York
City for nine years and mana-
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of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878
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KISLEV 1, 5704
VOLUME 17, NUMBER 46
A STATEMENT
Democracy, and that for which it stands, provides among
its innumerable benefits the privileges of free speech and
free press. This very democracy, for which men are fight-
ing and'dying, enables this .expression of individual opinion,
and at the same time must tolerate and expect its mis-
uses, abuses, and extremes of expressions. Eruptions of in-
dividuals, groups, and organizations that appear on the scene
from time to time, though radical, stubborn or indifferent to the
*r_ l of the tremendous majority, and though unwise in their
" i, will always be a part of the American scene.
i clear any minds that may be in doubt about our atti-
tude upon the Zionist question following an advertisement in
last week's issue, we have this to say. The Jewish Floridian
does not agree in principle or in fact with the American Coun-
cil of Judaism or with any of the purposes for which it was cre-
ated. It is heartily in favor of the rebuilding of Palestine and
the establishment of that country as a Jewish commonwealth.
HOW AL KOHN MADE HIS POINT
(Editorial from The St. Petersburg Times)
Ed Johnson's cabled story on Page 13 today from the war
front pays a fine tribute to Al Kohn. former Times reporter killed
Al Kohn was a quiet, unassuming lad who came to work
for The Times fresh out of the University of Florida where he
had won our annual award for being the best college corres-
Krlil.y, No. 17:
National Council of Jrwlh Women
Foruma. Wofford Hotel. 1:48 p. ni.
Monday, Not. It:
Miami lli-arh Jewlah Center Sister-
hood, regular meeting, speaker and
imivn- Center, evening; Greater Mi-
anil Jewlah Federation Budget Com-
mittee meeting. Federation Office,
8 p. m.; National Counril of Jewlah
Women Progreaalve Gin Party and
Luncheon. Chinatown Charleys. Alton
ltd 12 noon. Hadanaah Board Meet-
ing. Federation Office, 10.30 a. m.
Tuesday. Not. Ill
National Home For Jewish Children
Adult Choral and Singing Society
at Denver, card party. Beach "Y;"
Adult Education in cooperation with
the "Ya" and affiliated congrega-
tions. Miami Beach Jewish Center.
8 p. m.. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Executive CommlttM Meet-
lng. Federation Office, 3 p. m.
Wednesday. Nov. {*:
Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692.
executive committee. 8:30 p. in.:
Beth Sholem Sisterhood. regular
meeting. Beth Sholem. 8 p. m. ;
Adult COUrMf sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. Beth
David and Tempi.- Israel. Beth
David. 8 p. m.
Thursday, Nov. 23:
National Children's f'ardiac Home,
Dade Chapter, dutch supper. Beach
"Y." 6 p. m.
Friday. Not. U:
American Jewish Congress, women's
division. Friday Review, 1 30 p. in.
Saturday, Not. It:
Reception for Rabhl and Mrs. Kron-
ish. 2-8 p. m. at Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tobln. S231 N. Bay Rd..
Miami Beach. Beth Sholem members
and friends invited; Fashion Show.
Town "Y." 8 p. m.. free.
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
QCt-
TO
FIT
NEEOSTONEWERA
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
pondent.
Our city editor assigned him to the police beat and he did
such a good job for a youngster that he soon was promoted to forts to meet and prevent anti-
the night city desk, a job he was holding when he was called Jjjjg^JJ^ *J**JZm
to service.
As soon as
al direction. Boston has established
or

v
t
ni uiniuva, ivijuun nas csiaDlisnecl
. Al got his notice to report to Camp Blanding he f ewJf.h Community Council with
. *^, r a j "^ objective. The Peoria Jewish
talked about wanting to go overseas and see some action. Ana Community Council, Dallas Fed-
it was no great surprise to us when one day a V-mail letter ar- '
rived from Algiers signed by Al Kohn.
When the original news that Al was missing in action
arrived, the whole Times staff was saddened. We had found
Al a congenial worker and a regular fellow. He had acclimated
himself to the town in quick time, he had made many friends
e had won the respect and confidence of his fellow-work-
r his sincerity. A testimonial of the esteem in which he
eld by the people on his beat was a special message
i member of the sheriff's office to his fami'y when
news that he was missing was received.
Al never said anything to us about it, but here's our guess
why he wanted to go overseas and why he gave up an army
newspaper desk job for action on the front lines:
We think that Al, in his own quiet and unassuming way,
wanted to prove that the Jewish people are doing their part, in
the actual fighting, to win the war. One way to do that was to
do it himself.
It cost him his life, but he made his point. Along with our
shock over his loss, we also feel an admiration that cannot be
put into words. A
ARCHBISHOP~bF LYON~
IS AGAINST RACIALISM
Lyon (JTA) -Cardinal Gerller.
Archbishop of Lyon, artd member
hotly fought election contest was
in progress.
Conspicuous among the posters
were those signed by the Irgun
Zvai Leumi, the principal terror-
group, and the Neemanei
to Our Mo-
eration, Wilmington Federation,
and New Orleans Federation have
formed special committees to plan
and supervise community relations
work. In Birmingham, a commit-
tee has been established to study
the problem. The Essex County
Council of Jewish Social Agencies
in Newark has reorganized its
special committee for this purpose.
Similarly, the Jacksonville Jewish
Community Council has created a
special department.
This general trend toward com-
munity planning and integration
is finding expression in the field
of Jewish education through the
establishment of a Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in Milwaukee, plans
for creating a similar Bureau in
Atlanta, and studies of Jewish ed-
ucation needs and organization in
Omaha and Duluth. Detroit like-
wise is launching a survey involv-
ing all types of Jewish education.
St. Louis has launched a pro-
gram to coordinate its medical and
social services. Detroit is raising
funds for a new Jewish hospital.
Cleveland has established the Jew-
ish Convalescent Hospital as a
Joint project of the Federation
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jewish Con-
supmtives Relief Society and
Bikur Cholim. Pittsburgh has been
studying the need for convalescent
care, and Cincinnati the needs of
the chronic sick. In consultation
with the CJFWF. Kansas City is
examining the possibilities of fur-
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SS-w^sbs ""^" comb"lhc lerrori"u SffwyrsrH
to fight against it. j BRIG GpN nPHQ and ho 'or the aged. X"
"I greet all those who. on the "^ H^T 'UL1Ub V^Hb-----------------*
day after the days when we have GETS LEGION OF MERIT NOTED INDII^TBlilT 1CT
known odious excesses, wish to [ --------- tsnoTZ, JEZSSi'S.III""*
struggle against the anti-Christian i Washington (JTA) Brig. Gen., Vlt*& IN BRUSSELS AT 84
racist error, fruit of pride and Julius Ochs Adler has received
from Robert P. Patterson, Under-
go te.
of pride and
which, unrecognlzing the
cf humankind, wishes to
A the great family to
ill men belong, redeemed
a extinction by Jesus
Cardinal Gerlier wrote.
POSTERS PRO AND CON
TERRORISM DISPLAYED
r vf f' ?flRlum ,JTA) Sam
Gottschalk. 84, Belgian industrial-
ist and a prominent Jewish loader
has died here. Mr. Gottschalk was
at one time president of the Jew-
ish community of Liege and later
... ,*.<, ,uuii uivision i Jewish community m Ant-
ander of the Sixth Infantry! ",' w&a. a m"mber of the
on, which is now in the '.,, ,comm'ttee of the Jewish
...__* r-^..._ .. Conslsto ro f Rsl^.._ .__
Secretary of War, the Legion of
Merit for "exceptionaly merit-
orious conduct in the performance
of outstanding service."
General Adler, who was for near-
ly three years assistant division
comman"
Division
Southwest Pacific, recently re-
turned to this country following a
serious illness in New Guinea, and
will revert to inactive military
status Nov. 17. In civilian life he
is vice president and general man-1
pores ana street lamps throughout ager of the New York Times and : 'h I,ca Emigration Association
Jeruiatom. A casual observer president and publisher of the I SkW^L* Um *"<* In-
would get the Impression that a | Chattanooga Times. _,tAJte...0' t*16 American Jewi.h
Jerusalem (JTA) Posters is-
sued by those advocating terror
and those opposing it appeared
this moraing on walls, telephone
Conslstolre of Belgi^Tor m.nj
feTre8. g? King Albert con?
ill o the order ot ^e Knight of
the Crown upon Mr. Gottschalk
Sf-iu" lKC father of M** Goo
S. i Wh ^ Pre8ident of the
lias-Ica Emigration Association
Committee bTngrS '""*
AFTERMATH .
Now it can be told that among those who took a
ive part in drumming up hate against Roosevelt J?
tional election campaign was Edward E. Rumley of N "
City ... Mr. Rumley was a paid agent of the German6" ^
ment during the first world war. was sentenced as "p***
agent and served time in the Atlanta penitentiary i5?
the 1944 campaign he was director of the Committee Wr?*
stitutional Government, an organization sponsored bv
Frank E Gannett, which campaigned ImZSmmUS,"
And Rumley is now under indictment for contempt of JL L.
refusing to divulge to a Senate Committee the source, d 5
funds for his campaign expenditures Advice to th. n ?
Heart party: Now that the 1944 campaign is over i, wouldT*
good idea for you to take time out to cleanse your house J*
gentry who. as gleefuUy reported by Washingtn columnist
ODonnell. supported Thomas E. Dewey because uV
"damned sick and tired" of "turning the country over JrJl
furter. Roseman. Hillman and DaveiNiles" WhTcheSi
us to warn you to put no credence in this same Mr. ODonnell.
pre-election prediction that a fourth Roosevelt term would s*.
Mrs Anna M. Rosenberg of the WMC in the post of Secretary
Mr^Z If' ^ *at Mr8- ^ mightn't make 90od-2
Mr. ODonnell s announcement was made for the specific m
pose of garnering anti-Semitic votes for Dewey.
WE DOFF OUR HAT .
Orchids are due President Roosevelt for his beautiful and
courageous gesture on the eve of the election Because the
Republican campaign made Henry Morgenthau its target as
the author of a "hard peace" plan for Germany. Roosevelt in-
sisted that the Secretary of the Treasury accompany him on his
automobile tour through his own Hyde Park district ... The
President chose this means of expressing his personal esteem
for Morgenthau Hats off. too, to the Permanent Fair Employ-
ment Practice Committee, of which the Reverend Allan Knight
Chalmers and A. Philip Handolph are co-chairmen ... The
PFEPC is doing a great job toward the elimination of discrim-
ination in employment ... In its first 18 months of activity it has
handled nearly 10.000 individual complaints.
LISTEN HERE .
It's time to look seriously into the activities of C. Leon De
Aryan of Atascadero. Calif. This gentleman is the editor of
"The Broom." a pro-Fascist newspaper "The Broom" was
named in a July, 1942. Federal indictment as one of the agen-
cies participating in a plot against the United States armed
forcesyet it still circulates ... If you want to be well-informed
on the extent of Fascism in Argentina, get Ricardo Setaro's
booklet, "Argentina Fascist Headguarters." published by the
Council for Pan-American Democracy There's hope that a
play called "El Judio" (The Jew) may never be seen on the
boards in Mexico City The city government has been asked
by the Unofficial Committee against Racial Disaimination to
bar the drama because of its anti-Semitic content ... We join
Hollywood's Hedda Hopper in wondering why the screen does
not bring forth a good film on a Jewish theme Hedda reports
that not long ago Sid Silvers had a wonderful story about a Jew-
ish boy in the war, and interest in it ran high among Metro
prducersuntil one day the idea came up at an executive meet-
ing .. Since then the theme has been smothered in dead sil-
ence, which has also been the fate of other Jewish stories of
late ... Is Hollywood afraid to remind America that Jews exist,
and therefore leaving the job to the Gerald K Smiths?
JEWISH NEWS .
The first edition of "Chaira Weizmann: Statesman, Scientist.
Builder of the Jewish Commonwealth," which will be pub-
lished on November 27th, is already sold out. Meyer W. Weis-
gal. who edited the book, will be in Palestine by the time you
read this The postponement to November 26th of the con-
ference of the World Jewish Congress, to be held at Atlantic
City, is regarded as interfering seriously with the second ses-
sion of the American Jewish Conference, opening at Pittsburgh
on December 2nd Did you know that over four hundred
Jewish refugee families have been settled on American land, as
farmers, in 13 states, by the Jewish Agricultural Society?
ABOUT PEOPLE .
There's one building in Alsace which the U. S. Air Force
won't bomb if it can be at all avoided That building is J
property of an American, who was born in that house tta
name: Lt.-Col. William Wyler of the U. S. Air Forcethe>movie
director who gave us "Memphis Belle" Pianist Vladinw
Horowitz amazes people with his knowledge of sports even
and personalities ... His art doesn't give him much.tunew.
attend such eventsbut he keeps upto-date by readin3_L
sports pages of his newspaper most attentively M- nL
Bauman of Los Angeles, active leader in Zionist affairs, w
awarded, by your columnist, the title of the most charming ir
at the Zionist convention at Atlantic City last month .
theatre now has its fourth-generation Hommerstein ? j.
Sue, daughter of Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and thus gJff3
Ba,Uat,er of the Original Oscar, and she's in *e chorus -
Billy Rose's ambitious new production "The Seven Lively^
no relation, incidentally, to Our own Seven Arts). From
lywood comes word that Charlie Chaplain has started wora
his new film and that of his wife, Oona O'Neill, will be hn *
ing lady.


LmAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1944
^Jwistincrldian
PAGE FIVE
AN OPEN LETTER
By Rabbi Max Shapiro
..wish Floricilan
garni. Florida
"fl a Rabbi and aa a Zionist and
. a American Jew, whatever
. have been the motive of
SSamin Bronston (evidently the
S^pre^ntatlve of the Amerl-
Z Council for Judaism) to in-
S an advertisement In laat
Sa.. -Florldian" containing the
dement of poUcy of the Council
deeming Palestine, I deacribe it
"TreSery to the cauae of Israel
lid in a deeper senae, aa treachery
J^he cause of justice and human-
\ seems difficult to believe that
in this day, when our people are
v-tt by enemies, a group of men
to denominate themselves aa
lewish leaders in communities
throughout the land (for the state-
ment has appeared in the loca
press throughout the country) and
ho are opponents of Zioniam of
[he wealthy assimllationlat class,
me their financial" position to
dunce their cause and fulfil the
prophetic words, "Thine enemies
ijd Thy destroyers arlae from
tilne own midst." Such men re-
presenting a small fraction of peo-
ple constitute a council for their
own fears, their own cowardice,
their own stupidity and their own
jelflshness. They betray those in-
jtlncts, emotions, ideals and aa-
pirations which have been flesh
of our flesh and soul of our soul
(or three thousand years of record-
ed history.
I take Issue with such men only
because of the hour of crisis when
we dare not engage In neutrality,
but speak out, "Art thou with us
or our enemies?" We denounce
the statement of Leasing Rosen-
wald and his satellites In a rebuke
that must be understood by Jew
and non-Jew alike, that these men
hive placed themselves outside the
pale of Israel and have no right
to speak for Israel.
Those who dare to stand against
the future of Israel and mutter
about the "theoretical" homelesa-
ness of the .lew, when they stand
.ft/E?of four million J**
are not only stabbing us in th*
back, but verily i th! heart The
I vast majority of American IsnS
tj5 iC.^h ^^ation.
have spoken at the American Jew-
ish Conference on a common pro-
gram for the solution of the tragic
problems confronting world Jewry
and Palestine. J
Why do Lessing Roscnwald and
Ben Bronston and others of the
wealthy assimilationist class take
as their policy the negative pro-
gram of destroying the proposed
reality of a Commonwealth in
Palestine? IT IS THE RESULT
OF FEAR AND INFERIORITY'
You will find such types against
Jewish education, Hillel activities,
or any positive program in Jewish
life. Why? These men have at-
tained seemingly affluent eco-
nomic and social prominence in
their communities and are fearful
less a discussion and realization
of a state in Palestine may en-
danger their attainments, mone-
tary or otherwise, in the com-
munity. It is the most inannce and
cowardly attitude of our "hush-
hush" Jews. Two thousand years
of recorded history without a
homeland in Palestine and in
"golden eras" where the Jew at-
tained such "heights," they were
made targets of malicious attack.
WHY AGAIN THE CRINGING
AND FAWNING AND FEAR? Is
it not historic justice, and we are
desperately and pathetically cry-
ing for a new world order of
justice, to secure the re-establish-
ment'of a Jewish State in Pales-
tine? The majority of Jews have
spoken! Is it democratic, or Amer-
ican, or Council for Judaism, for
a minority to impress its will and
befuddle the Jew and non-Jew
alike?
Must we repeat to these fearful
Jews that a Commonwealth in
Palestine will be based on Jews
and Arabs who will live and be
citizens of that country? We want
to concentrate several million Jews
in a country of their own where
they would live their own normal,
national life and not repeat the
experiences of yesteryea? How
ma!?, yal Americans wouldiZ
?,," ifTw,e challenged the Czechs,
Pr!n\Ir'Sh' Italian8- Germans
Hvfn' men and aU 80rta of P>Ple
iS2 ,a" l07al American citizens,
whose loyalty no one dare to doubt
even Ben Bronston. but yet they
have shown interest and sympathy
for their countries of origin and
have expressed it by words and
deeds. The position of the Jewish
citizens would be in no way dif-
ferent from these other groups and
all misrepresentations and mis-
understandings by the American
Council for Judaism to the effect
that a Jewish Commonwealth in
Palestine will jeopardize their posi-
tions here in America are either
conscious or unconscious misre-
presentations of the basic aims of
Zionism.
Such unethical practices against
the aspiration of a people must
cease! The Greater Miami Jewish
community dare not ait by and
permit such flagrant violations to
persist.
Sincerely yours,
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO.
(Paid Advertisement)
MEASURES TO CURB
ANTI-SEMITISM^ ASKED
London (JTA)Measures to
curb the anti-Semitic activities of
the recently formed "League of
Ex-Servicemen and Women" were
demanded on Commons this week.
Citing speeches made at a meet-
ing of the group in Hyde Park,
D. N. Pritt, Labor, asked Home
Secretary Herbert Morrison what
action the authorities planned to
take. Replying, Morrison said that
the activities of the league were
being watched. He admitted that
one of the Hyde Park speakers
was a member of the outlawed
British Union of Fascists.
BRITAIN MAY ISSUE
PAPER ON TERRORISM
ORT CONDUCTS TRADE
SCHOOLS UNDER SIEGE
New York (JTA)All during
the occupation of Paris, the ORT
continued to conduct trade schools,
although on a limited scale, it is
revealed in "Unser Stimme," Yid-
dish newspaper published In the
French capital, a copy of which
was received here.
In the almost three-year period
from the beginning of 1942 to this
August, when Paris was liberated,
714 new students entered the
schools, while 908 students were
forced to leave for various reasons
connected with the Nazis.
The Paris paper points out that
Jews in France will now, more
than ever before, need profession-
al training schools for the young
and short-term courses for adults.
It lauds the ORT for helping "men
and women to become self-sustain-
ing in gainful occupations."
. London (JTA) The British
Government may issue a White
Paper on terrorism in Palestine
as a result of the assassination in
Cairo of Lord Moyne, British Resi-
dent Minister for the Middle East,
by two Palestine terrorists, it was
indicated by Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden reporting to the
House of Commons on the details
of the assassination.
NOTED BIOCHEMIST OF
NEW YORK DIES, AGE 58
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New York (JTA)Dr. Max
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Rockefeller Institute for Medical
Research and internationally noted
biochemist, died at Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Dr. Bergmann, who was born in
Germany and received his scienti-
fic training at the universities of
Berlin and Munich, in 1921 was
appointed to the Kaiser Wilhelm
Institute. With the rise of Nazi
persecution he came to the United
States 10 years ago.
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The Senior Chapter of Hadaaaah,
at a luncheon held November 8
at the Versailles Hotel, Miami
Beach, installed the following
ladies as officers:
President, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet;
vice presidents, Mrs. Samuel
Sapiro, Mrs. Charles Ratner, Mrs.
Doug. Raff; secretaries, recording,
Mrs. G. Greenspan, finance, Mrs.
H. Platoff, corresponding, Mrs. J.
Lipton; treasurer, Mrs. Barney
Welnkle.
The president appointed the fol-
lowing chairmen and board mem-
bers:
Membership: Mrs. C. Ratner,
Mrs. Morris Plant; youth aliyah:
Mrs. 8. Sapiro, Mrs. A. Stratton,
Mrs. Milton Wolfe; H. M. O.: Mrs.
Harry Rubin; J. N. F.: Mrs. J.
Williamson, Mrs. G. Goldberg.
Child welfare: Mrs. D. Raff,
Mrs. R. Rothschild; B. and P. ad-
visor: Mrs. Milton Slrkin; political
advisor: Mrs. Max Dobrln; young
Judea: Mrs. Moses Mescheloff;
hospitality: Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs.
I. Cohen, Mrs. S. Ellis; social sec-
retary: Mrs. Louis Heiman; Amer-
ican affairs: Mrs. Kenneth Oka.
Parliamentarian: Mrs. Benj.
Meyers; treasurer: Mrs. G. Gold-
berg; pubUcity: Mrs. Victor Mell;
Palestine supplies: Mrs. B. Weln-
kle, Mrs. H. Leavltt; banquet
cloth: Mrs. S. Sapiro; rep. for Fed-
eration: Mrs. S. Simonhoff; pro-
grame: Mrs. Irving Lehrman;
liaison for national: Mrs. S.
Simonhoff; refreshments: Mrs. J.
Goodman, Mrs. Edward Friedman.
Plans were discussed for the
annual dinner dance to be held at
the Latin Quarter the early part
of the year.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in tha
armed forces the help they need.
I was shocked to read, in the last week's Floridian. a published paid statement made by my friend Benjamin Bronston. stating
that he wants to give the opportunity to the Jewish citizens of our community to study the recent controversy about the Jewish
question in Washington, and. he reprints a letter to Secretary of State Hull, by the American CouncU of Judaism and signed by
Mr. Rosenwald as President. He gave the community a distorted version of this most important Jewish Question. I feel as a Jew
and as a citizen of this community, my duty to acquaint all Jewish Citizenry with the true facts of this Jewish problem. The Coun-
cil of Judaism. Incorporated, consists of a handful of rich Jews who think because they have the^money they can do anythmg
even talk in the name of American Jewry. I would like to reprint excerpts of the speech which Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver made be-
fore the American Congress as head of the Jewish Conference, an organization consisting of the entue American >">?*
| consisting of delegates elected in democratic free election.
Excerpts from statement of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the Execu-
te committee. American Zionist Emergency Council at the hearings before
Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives on House Resolutions
418 and 419, resolutions relative to the Jewish National Home in Palestine.
"I believe I speak for millions of Jewish citizens of the *M **^*
faugh the representatives of their national organizations and the elected
delegates of their respective communities gathered AJJLggJSSS
Jewish conference last September and voiced e^? Rogation
M of the Jewish commonwealth in Palestine and called tor the am u
olthe White Paper not intending to embarrass OUTJgdtanTaUy <**%
ose heroic defense of civilization against Nazi ^*^d"ffi
when she stood alone will remain an epic of high courage ana v
9iandeur to inspire all future generations.
"May I also be permitted to give a brief historical J^^ **
movement to reconstitute the Jewish ~mmonwealtiwn Pales speak here
ubjec. which will not be covered by the ?**JF5^5S2 nor with
JJIl not a recent movement It did not begin wah "modern Z^onm.
|| first Zionist colonies which were established in Palestine Y n of
Hje deal of national restoration dates from *e year fc beginning
Jerusalem and of the Temple in the year A. D. 70, and trom in
01 ">e widespread dispersion of the Jewish people.
"Throughout the following centuries the hopeoJjSjjfKjjLn |g only the
fc*e was never absent from among our people Modern aonm ^
lc**t expression of that undeviating will to naUonal restorauo
Persisted throughout the ages. _. n
p nf the qreat Dispersion,
LftjfasB centuries and more prior to the tune oi m changing
. ewish people lived in Palestine as a nation, undWJ^, to experience
JJjeal vicissitudes which all nations, large or small, are bouna r>
0Ter a long period of time. contribution to
During some of those centuries they made Uieir f^8^^ and form-
5nS,t!0n in ,he religious field. They gave the Bib e to and from
I JW the greaf spiritual and ethical ideals of mankind. In Y
I Wish Nation came both Judaism and Christianity.
"Great thinkers from among the intellectual circles J* oMI-8B to aU
J*ry formulated this new insight and conviction. The me ^^
"^ emancipation through national restoration. Not that tan
re-
signed) HARRY SIRKIN.
turn to Palestine any more than that all Englishmen in all parts of the world
should return to England, or all Frenchmen to France, or all Germans to Ger-
many Every nation today has many of its former nationals, citizens of other
countries. The Jews in other parts of the world wiU remain as heretofore loyal
citizens of the country which will permit them to remain egual citizens of those
countries, and the American Jews, who have served their country so^faith-
fully both in peace and in war. intend to remain citizens of the United States,
and their relationship with the Jewish commonwealth will be no different from
that of other American citizens with respect to their ancestoral homes. But,
just as there is an England, a France, and a Germany, so must there be a
Land of Israel in order that the status of the Jewish people might be normal-
ized throughout the world. Politically the Jewish people as a people must
become, like every other people* possessed of an independent life m a na-
tional home."
Winston Churchill, when he was Secretary of State in 1920, declared:
"If as may well happen, there should be created in our lifetime by the
banks of the Jordan a Jewish State under the protection of the British Crown,
which miqht comprise 3,000,000 or 4,000,000 Jews, an event will have occurred
in the history of the world which would from every point of view be beneficial
and would be especially in harmony with the truest interests of the British
Empire."
President Wilson, in 1919, declared:
"I am persuaded that the Allied nations, with the fullest concurrence of
our Government and our people, are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the
foundations of a Jewish commonwealth."
President Franklin D. Roosevelt very recently stated:
"Please express my satisfaction that, in accord with the traditional Ameri-
can policy and in keeping with the spirit of the four freedoms, the Democratic
Partyat its July convention this year included the following plank in its plat-
f0nn" 'We favor the opening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration
and colonization, and such a policy as to result in the establishment there of
a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth.'
"Efforts will be made to find appropriate ways and means of effectuating
this oolicy as soon as practicable. I know how long and ardently the Jewish
people have worked and prayed for the establishment of Palestine as a free
and democratic Jewish Commonwealth. I am convinced that the American
people give their support to this aim."


PAGE SIX
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MANY JEWS TO SERVE
IN THE 79TH CONGRESS
Washington (JTAThe same
number of Jews will serve in the
seventh-ninth Congress as served
in the seventy-eighth Congress -
but not the same Jews, it appeared
on the basis of almost complete
election returns.
Re-elected for another term in
office were Reps. Sol Bloom,
Emanuel Celler. and Samuel Dick-
stein, New York Democrats; Rep.
Adolph A. Sabath. Chicago Demo-
crat, and Rep. Samuel A. Weiss,
Penn. Democrat. Newly elected to
Congress are Benjamin A. Rabin
and Deo L. Rayfiel, both New
York Democrats. Rep. Daniel Elli-
son. Maryland Republican, was de-
feated for re-election and Rep. Ar-
thur Klein, N. Y. Democrat, pre-
viously lost out in a primary bout
with Rep. Dickstein when the re-
apportionment of election districts
in Manhattan pitted them against
one another.
The defeat of Rep. Ranulf
Compton, Conn. Republican, an
ardent anti-new dealer, was not
expected to have an adverse ef-
fect on the passage of the Pales-
tine bill which he co-sponsored,
since the bill is in the hands of
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee.
MISSION BEING SENT
TO LIBERATED POLAND
Washington (JTA) -The UNR
RA mission which is being sent
to liberated section of Poland ex-
pects to leave within a few weeks,
it was announced by Director-
General Herbert H. Lehman, who
said that the Soviet Government
had been "absolutely cordial" and
that he did not doubt that it would
continue to be so.
Addressing a press conference
marking the first anniversary of
the signing of UNRRA agreement,
Mr. Lehman stressed that all sup-
plies will be distributed in accord-
ance with principles prohibiting
discrimination on basis of religion,
color or political belief. Distribu-
tion, he said, would be under the
direction of local officials, but
UNRRA personnel would be on the
scene to see that the above pro-
visions were carried out. Mr. Leh-
man said that he planned to leave
for England within a few days,
from where he will visit the liber-
ated countries of Europe.
SCHWARTZ TO RESUME
EUROPEAN ACTIVITIES
New York (JTA)Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, European chairman
of the American Jewish Joint dis-
tribution Committee, left the
United States by clipper this week
for London to resume direction of
the J.D.C.'s European activities.
He had been in this country since
the end of August, consulting with
J.D.C. officers and executives re-
garding immediate and post-war
plans for the rescue, relief and re-
habilitation of Jews in Europe.
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BETH JACOB LADIES TO
GIVE CONCERT SERIES
The concert being prepared by
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood is rapid-
ly rounding Into shape and the
program! are being readied. The j
first half of the concert will in-
elude a gala array of vocalists and .
instrumentalists including Miss
Evelyn Raff, well-known soprano;
Jan Turkiewicz. concert violinist;
Lt. Carl Wagner, operatic tenor;
Fred Riebel. operatic baritone;
Miss Doris Feldman, harpist; Wie-
bolt Turkiewicz. concert pianist;
Miss Judy Nelson, 15-year old
singer (Mrs. Nelson at the piano).
Dr. Arturo di Filippl has ar-
ranged part of the program which
includes classic and semi-classic
selections.
The second half of the program
will be presented by the Lenore
School of the Dramatic Arts, and
will include, dancers, players and
musicians.
The concert is to be held at the j
Miami Beach High School audl-
torium. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is ticket
chairman and Mrs. L. Glasser pro-
gram chairman.
PRIORITY TO BE GIVEN
TO JEWISH CHILDREN
New York (JTA)Priority in
immigration of Jewish victims of
Nazism in Europe will have to be
given to tens of thousands of or-
phaned Jewish children who are
stranded and helpless In the coun-
tries liberated by the Allied
armies, Bernard Joseph, legal ad-
viser to the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, declared at a press con-
ference here. Mr. Joseph just ar-
rived in this country from Pales-
tine.
"The Jews of Palestine," Mr.
Joseph reported, "were gratified
by the recent pronouncement of
President Roosevelt, pledging his
support for the program of estab-
lishing Palestine as a Jewish
Commonwealth. They trust that in
the just peace which the principal
Allied Powers have repeatedly de-
clared their determination to In-
sure when the war is won. justice
will also at long last be done to
the Jewish people."
FIGHT ON RACIAL BIAS
TO BEGIN IN CHILDREN
New York (JTA) -The fight on
racial bias must begin In child-
hood, and it is the responsibility
of teachers to inculcate democratic
principles in their students, 1,000
teachers attending the annual con-
ference of the New Jersey Educa-
tion Association were told at the
conference's final session.
Teachers were urged to present|
constructive points of view on j
these issues: 1. The meaning of i
prejudice and the damage it does, i
2. The mischief of color as the '
basis for discrimination and judg- J
ment. 3. The identity of the blood !
of all people. 4. The equality of j
races. 5. Respect for all human ]
personality and the infinite signl- ,
ficance of every human soul. 6.
The universal interplay of heredi-
ty and environment.
>AY, NOVEMBpp i.
KINGS
rtfMARINE SERGEANratocAMFF IN THE Tt
FORMING OFABEMAMA ATOLL. McANIFF DISCARDED HIS if
1FLE, GRABBED A CANTEEN AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES RAN
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PROBUS CLUB HOLDS
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Last Monday the Probus Club j
held its annual dinner and election
of officers. This club is a local
divlc and charitable organization
composed of business and profes-
sional men of the city, who meet
each Tuesday.
Chosen as officers were: Presi-
dent, Edward Lovitz; 1st vice pres-1
ident. Dr. A. E. Rosenthal; 2nd j
vice president, William Shayne;
secretary, George Adler; treasur- j
er, Alvin Cassel; directors: Sam
Seitlin. Ben Kohl, Leonard Wien, ,
Ben Hartley, Dr. Alex Kushner,
Al Quadow.
The club has undertaken to
furnish the Coast Guard recrea-
tion room at the Coast Guard base
with rugs, furniture, music, radio, I
book cases and other furniture for
the comfort and entertainment of I
the men there.
COMMITTEE TO ASSIST
CHILDREN IN HOLLAND
London (JTA)The official
Netherlands News Agency reports
that a committee has been formed
in the liberated part of Holland to
assist Jewish children who escaped
the Nazis by educating them In
boarding schools.
The "Committee for Assisting
Jewish Minors" will also offer the
same opportunity to non-Jewish
children whose education has been
suspended because of the war, the
report said. The activity of the
committee will be extended as Hol-
land's liberation proceeds.
Bucharest (JTA) M- Zissu,
Zionist leader, this week resigned
from the presidency of the unit-,
ed executive of all Zionist groups
in the country as a result of a f
conflict which developed be- [
tween him and the Zionist La-
bonte Party. J
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Dade Chapter of the National I
Children's Cardiac Home an- !
nounces their novel Dutch Supper |
for Thursday, November 23, 6 p.
m. at the Y.M. & W.H.A.. 1 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach.
"BrlnK the family for not only
deliciously planned food but also
for an evening of games with fun
for young and old." is the theme
of the evening.
Mrs. Gary Glatt, chairman of
Ways and Means, has appointed
Mrs. Chas. Marienthal to direct
this event, assisted by a large com- '
mittee.
BRANCH 692 TO HOLD
PARTY FOR ROOSEVELT
The Arbeiter Ring, Branch No.
692 will celebrate the re-election
of President Franklin Delano
Roosevelt with a banquet supper j
and concert Sunday, November 19 '
at 25 Washington Ave., Miami ,
Beach. The affair, starting at 61
p. m., will present a number of
I speakers. Tickets sell for $1.50 and '
, are limited. It is suggested that I
early reservations be made, by I
; calling Mr. Leibson at the Beach
| (5-7696) or Morris Jacobs in Mi-
ami (2-8336).
Anyone who has clothing or
! other articles for Russia and Po-
I land may have them picked up
I by calling Mr. Jacobs, 2-8336
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whether or not the British Gov-
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m the Middle East. Dr. Nahtum
OIdAman" member of the Jew-
ish Agency, reported here.
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LmA^NOVEMBER *>
1944
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-nTER MIAMI AHMY-NAVY COMMITTEE SuDnH^ u =======
^VZ J.wtah W.lior. Board "" "TBgl1!+~2*?***+ Fetation
^^- >. p neoro of Our Man in Barrio*
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
id
U.B. INCREASES ITS
service ACTIYITIES
THe Greater Miami Army-Navy
Committee of the Jewish Welfare
Board iJ continuing Its service pro-
, to the military personnel in
jblj area on an increasing scale.
The JWB Oneg Shabbat held at
Chiplain Saul Kraft's Friday eve-
ning servl<' November 10, at the
iflmii Beach "Y" had the Miami
Betch Service League provide the
refreshments. Serving as hostesses
were Mrs. Charlotte Dworsky, Mrs.
Ingrid Levy and Mrs. Sivie Bern-
2ft.
jWB Oneg Shabbat held at Chap-
Uo Carl I. Miller's Friday eve-
H)ng services last week at the
Polnciana Hotel, had as hostesses
Hn. Ivan Kay, Mrs. Harry Rubin
and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of the
Hiaml Beach Service League.
Chaplain Meyer Mereminaky'a
Friday evening services, November
10, at Chapel No. 3, Boca Raton
field, was in charge of the Miami
Service league. Refreshments
were served by hostesses Mrs.
Jennie Levinson and Mrs. Lillian
Friedman.
" Saturday evening dance spon-
tored by the JWB held on Novem-
ber Uth. at the Miami Beach "Y"
waa served by the following
hostesses of the Miami Beach
Service League: Mrs. Carl Suss-
Und, Mrs. Maurice Alper, Mrs.
Edward Platkln, Mrs. Sadie Oster,
Mrs Mark Davis, Mrs. Goldie
Auerbach, Mrs. Elsie Shackman,
Mrs. Sally Monroe, Mrs. A. J.
Dworsky. In addition to serving
the refreshments, the hostesses
register the Victory Belles.
At the Miami "Y" the Saturday
evening dance sponsored by the
JWB the Miami Service League
provided the refreshments, which
were served by Mrs. Kate Golden,
Mrs. Dolly Lefko, Mrs. Fay Wein-
traub, Mrs. Ruth Hohouser, Mrs.
Bessie Abrahams, Mrs. Jean Sil-
verman, Mrs. Anne Koven, Mrs
Mollie Kauffmann.
A Sunday evening dance was
sponsored by the JWB on Novem-
ber 12, at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center. Refreshments
WeIe erved y senior hostesses', Tur.d.y:
and those in attendance were-
Mrs. Silver, Mrs. Rose Symansky,
Mrs. Marie Rudin, Mrs. M. Hirsh'
Mrs. Bessie Reich. Mrs, Rothman!
Mrs. A. Reiser, Mrs. Bloom, Mrs
K. Rutenberg. Miss Lillian Dan-
zinger, Mrs. Besse Bassett, and
Harry Bodenstein, chairman.
Women of the Miami Service
League, together with a group of
Victory Belles, visit the Biltmore
Hospital the first Monday of every
month, and serve refreshments to
the patients. Mrs. Juliet Stone,
Mrs. Lll Rosengarten. Mrs. Sylvia
Chertkof. Mrs. Anne Koven. Mrs.
Shirley Taplin, Mrs. Dolly Lefko,,
Mrs. Rose Ginsberg, Mrs. Mildred !
Weissel, Mrs. Libby Sterling. Mrs. I
Mollie Kauffmann, Mrs. Jennie!
Levinson are active in the project.
A house party for returnees,
sponsored by the JWB was held
last Sunday at the home of Miss
Doris Gold, who is a member of
the Daughters of the Jewish War
Veterans. Thirty guests were en-
tertained.
I. W. B. SERICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parada Pag*
of The Jewish Floridian. tha
daily press and national
publications. Sand original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee,
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned If
requested. Make H possible
for sveryone to know where
our lervicafoOc are. what
they are seeing and doing.
Becond Lt. Daniel Craxitt, whose
father, Joseph Cravitt, lives at 201
S. W. 26th Rd., recently arrived in
Italy and has begun flying com-
bat missions as co-pilot of a B-24
Liberator heavy bomber.
A 1941 graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Cravitt was attend-
ing the University of Florida when
he joined the AAF.
Monday:
bisrUMirtn Group. 8 p. m Miami
fimer YM THA' WE Cart?!
Choir rehearsal, s p. m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Community CcntPr. 1415 Eu-
i*1 ." r*nt.ir Emanuel Barkan.
Wedaeadajr:
Elementary Hebrew, 7 30 p. m. Mi-
ami H.-a, i, TM & YHA; Study Group.
*> KToiutruotlonist Movement"
9 p. m Miami Boach YM & WHA,
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
FrMavi
Sabbath S-r\irps. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
;?,",' Kraft. Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller,
Polnciana Hotel. 1555 Collins Are.,
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments nerved by hoBtensea
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky.
Chapel No, 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB One Shabbat. refresmenta
nerved by hostesses from the Miami
service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM & TW1IA, 1567 S. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Sunday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments served by senior
hostesses.
Norman Somberg, aerographer
2-c, USN is on duty somewhere
In France.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney J. Somberg, 1448 N. W.
62nd St.
Somberg went overseas in June,
1943, was in Italy until about a
month ago. He's had a recent pro-
motion.
Lt. Col. Melville I. Stark, son of
Mrs. Reglna Stark, 1345 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., is at the Allied front
in France.
He has been awarded the Bronze
Star for his work with Maj. Gen.
Walton H. Walker's army in
France.
Col. Stark entered the Army in
1940 as a second lieutenant, and
has held the rank of lieutenant
colonel since he was 28 years old.
He is a graduate of Staunton Mili-
tary academy and the University
of Pennsylvania.
H Out This Coupon and Mall To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee), c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name....
Home Addresx
Serial No.-
Birth Date___
Street City
birthplace
State
Civili
lan
Occupation-
City State
Marital Status----------
pate Entry
n Service
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin_____
Relationship_________Address.
Information Transmitted by__
Telephone number____________
Date
Discharged-----------
_Rank or Rating-----
Capt. Jerome M. Weinstein, 27,
son of Mrs. Ann M. Welnstein of
11 Palm Island, Miami Beach, was
recently reported Inside Germany,
commanding a photo-laboratory
for front line work.
Two Miami brothers have re-
ceived promotions recently. It is
now Lt. Col. William Levitt and
Lt fjg) Ben Levitt, sons of Mrs.
Sophie Levitt, of 835 N. W.
Seventh St., Miami.
Lt. Dan Satin (jg) USNR, of
328 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, is
now home on a 15-day leave after
13 months aboard LCI's and LSTs.
He entered the navy on Dec. 3,
1942, and was promoted to lieuten-
ant (jg) in April, 1944.
He's been in campaigns in tne
Marshalls, Mariannas, Saipan and
Tinian; at Pelellu in the Palau
islands and In "many other small
engagements."
Lt Jerry Jacoby. son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Jacoby, 661 N. W.
Second St., was pilot of a torpedo
plane which sank a Jap cruiser In
the Philippines, according to a re-
cent broadcast from overseas.
voting This Pag. to tha Effort, of th. Army Navy Committee. Mad. PossibU Through
the Co-Operation of
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76 S. E. 1st Street
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LT. KAPLAN WRITES TO
RELATIVES IN MIAMI
Miss Harriet Chiel, of Miami,
received an interesting letter from
her brother-in-law-to-be, dated
October 22nd from "somewhere In
Germany." He writea:
"In the last two weeks I have
received two wonderful letters
from you and only now have I
had the opportunity to answer
them. I suppose no other explana-
tion is needed than to say 'look
in the upper right hand corner.'
Yes, I am in Germany. I believe
that I am the first one of my
friends from home to reach here.
I know for sure that Harry hasn't
reached here yet. This Is the be-
ginning of the end for Hitler, but
please don't become complacent
and think It's the endbecause lt
is NOT. People back home thought
that the Germans would give up
when we reached their border. The
Germans are fighting harder now
than they ever did before. The
men up here are far from believ-
ing that lt will end soon. The way
It looks, we'll have to take Ger-
many piece by piece. Aa far as
we're concerned, the war here isn't
over as long as our buddies fall
from Jerry shells and bullets.
Some of these German people
curse Hitler and say the war isn't
good. They didn't realize the trag-
edy that the German soldier caused
throughout Europe till we came
knocking at their door (the ex-
pression should be 'pushing in the
door*).
Parts of your letters are real
torture. Writing about steaks,
beaches and such. They are only
a faraway Image to me now. Oh
for a nice warm shower with some
clean clothes, then a nice steak
dinner. I'd give a month's pay for
it. You asked me what K rations
are. It's a ration that we get every
day herethe same food Three
boxes
1. Breakfasta small can of
chopped pork and egg yolk, 2
packets biscuits, gum, soluable
coffee, cigarettes (4),
2. Dinnersmall can American
cheese, biscuits, gum, lemonade
powder, carmels, cigarettes (4),
3. Suppersmall can corned
pork loaf, biscuits, gum, cigarettes
(4), chocolate bar.
Eating the same thing for sev-
eral weeks makes it kind of mon-
otonous, but we sometimes vary
It on our own initiative. For in-
stance, a chicken would get in the
way of a man who is (?) in his
rifle. What's the good of letting
the chicken rot in the field? C'est
la guerre!
If I ever get home It'll be use-
less to query me about this war.
You know I am a medic and I've
seen sights that were quite un-
pleasant. The boys here might have
called us "pill-rollere" back in the
States, but here they really ap-
preciate us. You can't insult a
medic m front of an infantryman
without having a fight on your
hands. It's the medic's job to take
care of everything from headaches
down to athelete's foot. Sometimes
I wondered about being a medic,
but now I am proud of it. These
infantry boys say that they
wouldn't take my job for all the
money in the world. I don't want
their Job either. In this war of
destruction I am glad that the
little bit I am doing is in a con-
structive manner."
KILLED IN ACTION
Sgt. Joseph Polya, 22. of Phil-
adelphia, Pa. During the fight-
ing in Normandy, when a land
mine exploded.
LL Albert J. Ravid. 29, Army
SLSff* uof Chicafio, 111. Over
Rumania by anti-aircraft fire.
hL2wld Who has distinguished
?n -on numer"s occasions
n missions over Europe, holds
wSoiVer4 Star' Air Medal. Oak-
leaf Cluster and Purple Heart.
Pvt Herbert A. Rothstein. 31
Heart*0' I1L In IUIy- *
Pvt. Max Rutkin. 19, of New
York City. In Italy. Purple Hearth
Lt. Laalie M Schulkin. 30. of
Beverly Hills, Cal. At Cassino
' Pfc. Ellis B. Schwnger, 23 of
Chicago 111 He was wounded at
Anzio beachhead, and again in
ij?e invasion of Rome. Purpla
Heart and Oakleaf Cluster.
ivnTw WiW4!*! of Brook-
lyn, N. Y. In Italy. Purple Heart.
Pvt. Emanuel J. Shapiro, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Struck by a shell
F?ffhmAnlWhilevfiKhtinK with toe"
t lfth Army m the drive on Rome.
USN. of the Bronx, N. Y. In the
Normandy invasion. Purple Heart.
Pvt Emanuel Siegel, 21, of the
Sm&JL Y' Anzio beachhead!
while rescuing two wounded com-
rades. Purple Heart.
Pfc. Irring Silvaritein. 19. of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Purple
Heart.
Pvt. Seymour Smilovitz. 24 of
New York City. Anzio beachhead.
uv,P,fcJ A!-hui C' Solomon. of
Philadelphia, Pa. In the drive on
Rome. Later returned to action
in Southern France.
t PrU x'vm9 Sperling. 20. If
New York City. In Italy, during
the attack on the Gustave Line.
Purple Heart.
Pvt. Sol Spielfogel. 19, of New
York City. In Italy.
Cpl. Henry Steimel. 25, of New
York City. In Italy.
Cpl. Muni Stopnitsky, 22. of
New York City. Anzio beachhead.
Lt. Abraham Vernikoff. 25 of
Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy.
Pfc Sam Wallach, 19, of Chi-
cago, 111. Anzio beachhead. Pur-
ple Heart.
Sgt. Manuel Weber, 23. Army
Air Forces radio operator and
gunner of Philadelphia. Pa.
While flying a B-24 over Ru-
mania.
Theodore D. Schwartzman, a
cadet-midshipman in the merchant
marine, is home on leave visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
N. Schwartzman, 2845 Fairgreen
Dr., after completing basic cadet
school at Pass Christian, Miss.
Capt. Norman 8. Angel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel, 1557
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, is
held prisoner of war by Germany,
it was learned Saturday.
A member of the medical corps,
Angel is believed to have been
captured in Holland.
He is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh and studied
medicine at the University of Chi-
cago.
Pvt. Ernest Weinberg, 22, of
the Bronx, N. Y. Anzio beach-
head.
Sgt. Melvin Weiner, 27, of
Richmond Hill, N. Y. In Italy.
Pfc. David Werbo, 29, of Phil-
adelphia, Pa. In France. Purple
Heart.
KILLED IN ACTION
Sgt. Morris Zelenietx, 27, of
Chicago, 111. In France.
Sgt. LouU H. Zusser, 23. of
Chicago, 111. European area. Pur-
ple Heart.
Sgt. Sam Blackman. 25, of the
Bronx, N. Y. In Normandy.
Pfc. Israel A. Brod. 27, of New
York City. In Normandy.
Seaman Iaaac Fdlin, 19. of
Philadelphia. In France, while
landing troops on the invasion
coast.
Cherbourg, FranceField Re-
presentative for the Jewish Wel-
fare Board, John Sills of 4120
46th St., Sunnyside, L. I., has
been in the ETO since December,
1943. He wears the uniform of
an American Red Cross field di-
rector and through the coopera-
tion and facilities of the Ameri-
can Red Cross, he has been suc-
cessful in organizing civilian
Jewish communities in a pro-
gram of home and community
hospitality for Jewish personnel
in the U. S. armed forces.
Recently Sills was in Cher-
bourg to carry on his work. "Of
course it's too soon to make any-
thing but the broadest plans for
our hospitality program in
France." he said while in the of-
fice of American Red Cross field
director Harry Solomon, 352 Bel-
mont Ave., Newark, N. J. "How-
ever, there are many wavs to
help Jewish chaplains serving in
France, whom I contact through
American Red Cross facilities
here.
"Soldiers in France will not
have the same opportunity open
to soldiers and sailors in Eng-
land to be welcomed into civilian
homes. But all of them, every-
where, are thinking of their own
American homes, and hoping to
return to them and to their
families."


PAGE EIGHT
*Jen1si> fhrkUan
I
raoAY, NOVggn, ,,
AMERICAN JEWS
FACE MANY POST
PROBLEMS
PARTY TO BE GIVEN BY
N. C. JEWISH WOMEN
A luncheon, progressive card
and Mah Jong party, will be given
by the Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, No-
vember 20 at 12 o'clock at China-
town Charlie's.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. I. G. Kobley at 5-7828
or Council office, 3-6554.
New York (JTA)The prob- j
lems which American Jews will
have to face after the war were
outlined here at the annual dinner
of the Jewish Theological Semi- .,, T7 I,.-, r
nary, by Dr. Robert Gordis, presi- pan" fr the, fgKSS fHp
,!-;/*.- t>dkk.;i A.i~Kii Susie Michael and Maurice Fned-
PLANS UNDER WAY TO
HEAR NOTED ARTISTS
dent of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America and a professor at the
man presenting their original
Seminary. More than 1,500 friends Cavalcade of Jewish Music
are
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Greater
Miiwnl iUlihlnicnl AnwH-intlon are:
MIAMI III \( II JKWISII COMM1 N
1TY CF.NTKK, Conservalhr, 1415 Kn-
rlld Ave., Miami Reach. Knbbala* I
Shuhhas service Friday evening at j
6 o'clock. Late Friday evening Service \
at 8 15. Rabbi Irvine; l.ehrman'* lopil
will be 'Amid the Storm a Still Small
Voice." Cantor Kmanuel Rarkan and
the Cantor Choir will chnnt. Saturday
morning services at 9 o'clock. Kabbi
Letarmnn will preach on the Weekly
Portion Of the Law. Cantor Barkan
will chant the services. Junior services
at 10 a. m.
TO HAVE
NEW FELLOWSHIP
CLUB FOR JEWRY
of the Seminary attended the din-
ner which was held at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel.
now under way.
These artists have had remark-
able careers in their respective
Most observers." Dr. Gordis f,eldf- Su8,e Michael is an Amen-
said. "believe that inter-group and can do musician of rare distinc-
sectional prejudice, far from sub- Uon Born in Portland, Oregon, a
siding with the anticipated victory P,ano Prodigy at four, a student
of the United Nations, is still. of several internationally famous
growing stronger, or at least, no masters, she has been hailed as a
weaker. It seems clear that only pianist of exceptional gifts,
two alternatives face American Maurice Friedman, born in Wil-
Jewry. Either we shall be com- na, Poland, was the son of a noted
polled to fight for equal rights for cantor and came to the United
all American citizens, in the letter States at the age of six. Reared
and the spirit, against the forces in an atmosphere of Hebraic CUl-
of intolerance and prejudice which ture and song, he is today ac-
even now are not inactive, or. ; knowledge*! as the leading inter-
more fortunately, our problems preter of Jewish song and folk-
will be purely internal and our ef- lore.
forts directed against the processes When Susie Michael and Maurice
of defecion within the Jewish com- Friedman bring their "Cavalcade
munity itself. It is quite conceiv-' 0f Jewish Music" here on Sunday
able that we will have to face both evening, December 3, they will be
RKTH JACOH CONtiRKllATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave., Miami
Reach. Friday evening services at 6
o'clock. Saturday morning Adult serv-
icu at 7 and 9. Young folks min-
nionaire service at 9 30 a. m. in Talmud
Torah building. Junior congregation
services at 10 a. m. in Talmud Torah
building auditorium. Kiddush. and re-
freshments will be served by Mrs. Ed-
ward Merlin Rabbi Moses Mesrheloff
will preach on the subject "Victims of
Envy." Shalosh Saudos will be held at
6 p. ni. Sunday School classes on Sun-
day! from 10 a. m. to noon.
I'.l 111 DAVID I ON'. HI < A I KIN.
t'onnervative. 135 N. W. 3rd A\r.. Mi-
ami Ijite Friday evening Services at |
8.15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Max i
Shapiro; Cantor Abraham Friedman I
and Choir will officiate. Rabbi
Shapiro's sermon title "Tin- Tide Has
Turned Reception immediately after
the services in the auditorium. Satur-
day morning services at 8 30 n. m.
and Junior services at 10 30 a. m.
problems.'
Home Cooked Kosher Meals
at
KOPEL'S
20 N. E. 11th Street. Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
Board. Special attention to
private parties.
presented under the auspices of
the Inter "Y" Cultural Committee
of the Town and Beach "Y's." The
performance wUl be given in the
Miami Beach Senior High school
auditorium on 14th St. and Drexel
Ave.
JEWISH GENERALS IN
FRANCE BACK IN ARMY
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
K. 19th St.. Miami. Friday evening
sc:*\ ices to be conducted by Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan. Cues! speaker will be
SSSS .ValSr'thc";;?: 5? tak ndfr*nde^action, he cor.
London (JTA) Organization of
the "Jewish Fellowship," whose
objectives are to uphold the princi-
ples of Jews as a religious com-
munity, and to oppose the idea of
Jews as a political or national
group, was announced here by
Basil Henriques and Sir Brunei
Cohen, non-Zionist Jewish leaders.
Although the fellowship is op-
posed to demands for a Jewish
state in Palestine, it supports the
development of the cultural and
religious life of the country, is
anxious to help the suffering Jews
of Europe, and is conscious of
Palestine's special place in Jewish
tradition as well as a home for
who will settle there in the future,
the Jews living there and those
it was stated at an organisational
meeting presided over by Mr.
Henriques.
The resolution adopted by the
Board of Deputies of British Jews,
calling for the establishment of a
Jewish Commonwealth in "an un-
divided Palestine" does not repre-
sent the views of many British
Jews, Mr. Henriques said. The
fellowship, however, does not plan
New York , I
Uh scientists, two of th^ Je*-
in the United States T ""^
awarded the Nobe|\SV!
cognition of their contriL?1 *
science it was announSS" to
holm this week. The three?>"
1. Dr. Isidore lsaae rm
lumbuia University ;hR0t **
the 194< physics awSfohf*
search n the resonant hu >*
registering the r^eVm^0'
of atomic particles *"***
from Germany now'Sith ftSC
negie Institute of TechJa
Pittsburgh, who JJawaSiK1"
JL^ Georg Hevey. 0' Stock-
holm, who was awarded the 1,
prize for chemistry, in reenL.
of his work in thTuse o?BS
StSSSTin 8tudying ss
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Paris (JTA) Fourteen Jewish
generals have been returned to
thpir posts in the French Army,
the Ministry of War announced.
The officers were ousted after the
adoption of the Vichy anti-Jewish
laws.
Those reinstated are: Albert
Bauman, Armand Aaron Bloch,
Emile Gabriele Bloch, Pierre Boris,
Jacob Elghezi. Ruben Job. Pierre
Eliezer Lazard, Leopold Levy,
I^ucien Mayer Levy. Rene Nathan
Levy, Ramond Elie N'aquet-La
Roque, I^eon Rheims. Alphonse
Weiler and Gustave Worms.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bond?.
ni'Hi. entitled "Beyond the Horizon "
Visitors are welcome. A reception.
sponsored by the Sisterhood, will fol-
low the services. Saturday morninK
services si 11 o'clock, Sunday Srh :it 10 ;i ni. promptly every Sunday
moi niiiK
MIAMI ORTHODOX JKWISII CON-
GREGATION. Orthodox. :>se S. W.
171 h A*e.. Miami. Friday evening
service at 6 o'clock Saturday morninK
at !< o'clock Mincha Shalosh Seudos
and Ifaarlv starting at r> so p. m.
Srhaar.i Z.<|.k Talmud Torah. 1MB
S W. Srd St Friday evening service
at 6 o'clock. Senloi services Saturday
at 8.30 a m Rabbi Simon April will
speak to the conKH'Kation. Junior serv-
ices .it 10 .10 conducted by the Juniors.
Refreshments will be served. Shalos
Setldos' at 5i30 at Miami Jewish
Orthodox Conn Rabbi April will speuk
on the Weekly Portion .if the Ijiw
Hebrew School dally at 4 o'clock.
Sunday ScIkmiI every Sunday at 10
a. m.
RKTH SHOI.KM < KNTKR, Con-
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^Jewlstnorldian
PAGE NINE
'NAI BRITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
By MURIEL LEVIN
Copyright, 1944. JcwlHh
Ielegiaphlc Agency. Inc.
,M, Tuesday evening, approxi- j
iv two hundred members and
52? wives had the pleasure of
SnT Robert Lurie. National
^Service Director of B'nai
rttb and I apeak advisably, were
Sled by his remarks. The
J*ker doffed his stenorlan man-
J?SS spoke heart to heart with
gSTdlSce. His inflection and
Mion were faultless and the clear
See of his voice held the
2 attention of aU there. Be-
this, he had plenty to say
,nd I believe that I express the
flon of all when I &***
Zi it in no uncertain terms. The
Tridents cited by the speaker of
I Z war service activities of the
National Order were revealing and
Mi innuendos appealing: for action
open action will not be un-
u-aillnff. Tt to the flr8t Ume that
I hive seen a B'nai B'rith group
Lore the lateness of the hour in
Terence to a speaker. To those
ho were not there, you missed
wmething; really worthwhile.
In a short business meeting held
prior to the address, the Lodge
athusiasically adopted the project
of providing: a day room at the
Nautilus Hospital on Miami Beach
tnd pledged the organization to
the extent of $2500 for furnishing
ind promoting this much needed
room. Enthusiasm ran rife and the
mm of J700 was voluntarily con-
tributed (even though our Presi-
dent stated that we could not
jobct donation of money). I per-
sonally saw Milton tremble for
awhile and I attributed that to
the emoUons felt by all due to a
desire to really serve our com-
munity needs especially to the re-
turnees. In addition, the Auxiliary
approved the entire project and
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outside of raising the money I
personally feel that the success
of this day room will be large at-
tributable to the ladles. The ladies
and men also undertook a joint
project with the J.W.B. and U.S.O.
to furnish sleeping accommoda-
tions for all visiting service men
over the weekends at the Miami
Beach Y. Cots and all necessary
equipment will be furnished by the
J.W.B. and U.S.O.; the space will
be contributed by the Miami Beach
Y and our Joint organizations will
undertake to furnished Sunday
morning breakfasts for all men
sleeping over. It would be redund-
ant to go into the merits of these
war service projects.
Brother Sam Silver announced
his Sixth War Loan Committee
and gave a summary of the pre-
paratory efforts in starting the
tremendous bond drive to begin
November 20. Brother Silver urges
each of us to hold his money for
bond purchases until the word
"go" is given. Every bank in the
community has expressed its will-
ingness to credit bond purchases
to B'nai B'rith when requested
and whenever you buy a bond at
whatever agency, please request
that B'nai B'rith receive credit
therefor.
The concluding business of the
meeting consisted of the nominat-
ing of the officers for next year
and they are as follows:
For president: Harold Turk, un-
opposed:
For first vice-president: Nat
Roth, unopposed;
For second vice-president: Sam
Silver, George Bertman, Marx
Fein berg;
For recording secretary: Maur-
ice Cromer, Marx Feinberg;
For treasurer: S. B. Miller, un-
opposed ;
For financial secretary: Alex
Cohen, unopposed;
For monitor: Milton Friedman;
For assistant monitor: Max Sil-
ver, Fred Shochet, George Gold-
berg, Eddie Newman;
For guardian: Ernest Sussman;
For warden: Garry Glatt;
For trustees for three years:
Sol Goldstrom, Isidor Goldstein,
Max Mintzer, George Adler, Mor-
ris Gerstein;
For trustees for one year:
George Bertman, Jerome Freehl-
ing. Morris Gerstein, Harry* Ger-
stein, Bernard Feiner.
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What should be done with Ger-
many after the war is a matter of
intense interest here as elsewhere.
The problem occupies much time
and thought on the part of Wash-
ington officialdom. On a valid so-
lution depends not only the wel-
fare of -the Germans but, as has
been pointed out again and again,
the future peace and well-being
of the entire world. Our failure,
therefore, to undertake the re-
education of those Germans over
whom we have jurisdiction here in
the United States, is a source of
considerable disappointment to
Washington observers.
Of particular concern to all who
see the necessity of reconstituting
Germany along democratic lines
is the problem of finding Germans
with the desirable political and
ethical backgrounds with whom to
deal. Germans are needed to set
up a democratic government in
Germany; Germans are needed to
re-educate Nazified children; Ger-
mans are needed to bring sense to
the insanity of Germany. All this
because the primary aim is ot
avoid a third debacle involving all
the peoples of the world, and a
psychologically-sound German peo-
ple is a pre-requisite.
Official groups here have ad-
vanced the possibility of utilizing
the concentration camp graduates
as teachers. The fear, however, is
that the number of survivors may
be vastly inadequate for the task.
Exiled Germans have in many in-
stances made new homes for them-
selves in the lands of refuge and
will be unwilling to return to the
scene of the crimes against them.
Almost 300.000 German prison-
ers-of-war are now being held
within the continental limits of
the United States. These at least,
it is felt, we could attempt to con-
vert. No one can deny that there
exist, a certain number among
those quartered here who are be-
yond "democratization," who
would do nothing to spread the
gospel of democracy on their re-
turn. But whatever the opportuni-
ties of lightening the post-war
load, we are not exploring them.
The Provost Marshall Generals
office silences those who condemn
the War Department's' lack of
foresight by stating that the pro-
visions of the Geneva Convention
protecting war prisoners prohibit
indoctrination. There were even at-
tempts to prevent anti-Nazi Ger-
man-language newspapers from
being distribtued at strategic posts
within prisoner-of-war camps. The
fact is that there is no such pro-
hibition in the articles of the Gen-
eva Convention! The War Depart-
ment was acting on an interpreta-
tion in the name of "preserving
order."
Most of the public worrying has
been about "coddling" the prison-
ers. The fact that we are coddling
Nazi ideologies has received
secondary notice. Yet, for our fail-
ure to equip Germans with the
philosophy of racial equality, if
international cooperation, of poli-
tical and economic democracy, the
rest of Germany and the rest of
the world may again suffer much.
We have the opportunity to pro-
vide Germany with a democratical-
ly-educated nucleusand we are
not taking advantage of that op-
portunity.
There is doubt that the re-edu-
cation of the Germans must even-
tually be accomplished. The pre-
sent inertia on the part of our
military men is only a postpone-
ment. But it will mean that the
task will be many times as diffi-
cult when it is finally undertaken.
Try it NOW!
Our Film Folk .
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Reflecting the trend toward re-
ligious themes which is said to be
always true of times of conflict
and stress, Hollywood today prob-
ably has more religious subjects
in production or preparation, or
being edited, than any period since
the last war. Paramount's current
box-office sensation, "Going My
Way" and Franz Werfel's "The
Song of Bernadette" seem to have
touched off the spark. However,
the .success of Warner's "Sons of
Liberty," with Claude Rains as
Haym Solomon, undoubtedly en-
couraged other studios which had
previously shied from metaphysi-
cal subjects after winning an Aca-
demy Award. Is it that a spiritual
surge has swept over Hollywood,
too, or that the films, in any case,
have come of age?
*
Irna Phillips, one of radio's fore-
most playwrights this week enters
her 15th year of continuous script-
ing. Irna writes "Women In
White," "The Guiding Light," "To-
day's Children" and "Road to Life"
four fifteen-minute radio pro-
grams which are broadcast five
times a week each, fifty-two weeks
a year! Incidentally, this female
writing genius earns more than
five thousand dollars weekly for
her ability to keep radio listeners'
ears glued to their loudspeakers.
* *
Paramount has completed plans
for the production of Irving Ber-
lin's "Blue Skies." to be produced
and directed by Mark Sandrich,
who is responsible for such hits
as "I Love A Soldier" and "So
Proudly We Hail." The story,
based upon an original idea by
Irving, now is being developed by
him and Sandrich, for filming in
Technicolor. Twenty of Berlin's
most famous songs, many of them
never before used in a picture, and
several new tunes by the composer
will be employed in this produc-
tion. Irving checked into the studio
this week. "Blue Skies" is Berlin's
first original picture since he and
Sandrich combined talents to make
the memorable "Holiday Inn" for
Paramount several years ago.
"This Is the Army," Irving's great
patriotic effort, was produced first
as a stage play before being trans-
ferred to the screen by Warner
Bros.
* *
More than 100,000 persons have
already responded to the Eddie
Cantor "Christmas Gifts for Hos-
pitalized Servicemen" campaign.
Eddie asks me to request, you
however, to remember to send your
gifts to your nearest American
Legion post or to leave them at
the department store where pur-
chased, In order to facilitate de-
livery.

Hollywood's growing hope for an
early victory in Europe has caused
no letdown in the efforts of the
Hollywood Victory Committee.
Every since Pearl Harbor, this
organization has chalked up an
enviable record in the matter of
getting typical American enter-
tainment to troops overseas.
That there will be no relaxation
until the war is won is evidenced
by its report for September, 1944.
During that month, 396 perform-
ers made a total of 1511 appear-
IMPROVED
ROKEACIW
-------"y/YYAFAT
ances. These "soldiers in grease-
paint" followed American armies
everywhere, playing shows some-
times within a mile or two of the
front lines. Dinah Shore, Edward
G. Robinson, Blng Crosby and
Paulette Goddard led entertain-
ment groups into France. Jack
Benny, Bob Hope, John Garfield,
Louise Ralner and Spencer Tracy
trouped in the Pacific area. Ben
Blue, Ingrid Bergman, Gary
Cooper and Ann Sheridan were in
the China-Burma-India theatre of
war. The September figures
brought the Victory Committee
record to a total of 3,433 indivi-
dual performers making 34,151 ap-
pearances since the committee was
formed at the outbreak of war.
That's show-business for you
fighting on all frontswith cour-
ageous talent.
George Jessel was making a
political speech on the same plat-
form with Sidney Hlllman when
he was suddenly seized with a
coughing spell. He paused for a
moment, and then, appealing to
the audience, said: "Pardon me,
while I clear my throat with Sid-
ney!"
*
Fanny Brice tells me that she
received her earliest theatrical
training as an unseen kibitzer.
Fanny would slip into a theatre
early in the morning during clean-
ing-time and hide until the curtain
went up. There she stayed, and
looked and listened, until the house
lights went down and the theatre
was closed for the night!

LAST SECOND SCOOPS: War-
ners is going to remake "Three
Men On a Horse," which is last
filmed in 1936. Jack Warner has
assigned Alex Gottlieb who re-
cently finished "Janie" to produce
the play and Gottlieb figures on
making it a showcase for some of
the studio's younger acting talent
. Clifford Odets, whose current
"None But The Lonely Heart" is
breaking box-office records every-
where, has been assigned the
screenplay on the Theodore Dreis-
er novel, "Sister Carrie," to be
made again by RKO Parky-
akarkus says the only man he ever
knew to make a legitimate fortune
out of crooked dough was a pret-
zel manufacturer Scenarist-
playwright-producer Ben Hecht's
daughter, Edwina, in Hollywood
from Rio de Janeiro with her hus-
band, a mercantile executive, has
been signed by MGM as a writer
. Final Script on "Weekend At
the Waldorf," by Sam and Bella
Spewack (remember their hit,
"Boy Meets Girl?"), as been com-
pleted and the picture goes before
the camera next week. Sam and
Bella have never lived at the Wal-
dorf which goes to prove some-
thing anyway Jack Benny tells
me that when a British bomber
blasted a war plant in a Danish
town some time ago, Goebbels is-
sued a communique saying that no
damage was done, except that a
cow had been hit. The local news-
paper carried the communique, but
added this simple comment: "The
cow burned for four days."
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FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 17, 1944
^JewistiFhrkflan
PAGE ELEVEN
Opening Wednesday night to
JnVd attendance and mutuel fig-
J2 the West Flagler Kennel
^b'set n notable pace for the
Florida racing season ahead which
1 slated to erase all previous
records.
Continuing each weekday night
through Feb. 19. the West Flagler
Lyhound racing center promises
\. make this fourth wartime year
. racing its greatest and continue
u Florida's No. 1 dog racing
^ck Under the personal super-
vision of Jacob Sher, president,
and William L. Huntley, vice presi-
dent and general manager, it was
history-making opening which
ejrned wide-spread commendation
and with a major roster of stake
events ahead, command even addi-
tional plaudits for its outstanding
presentations.
Tonight and Saturday night, the
meeting's first weekend of racing
will see West Flagler presenting
a star-studded schedule of 10
nces each night. It Is an array of
10 races bracketing the nation's
greatest greyhound racers over the
OBITUARIES
2fc*" *, %SS5
Tuesday mornin
N. W. rd 8t. ^
to a heart attack.
Dade
--nd dead
"> hla home, 676
eath was attributed
0 the M^ MO' He Wa" a ,rU8",,>
oi me Miami lodge
leJtJl.V.^ Vf in tnp Florida sUte
I' Klslature for tWO years us represent-
ative [Tool Nassau county.
JOSEPH HARRY HERTZ
Jn.sepi, Harry Hertz, 28. of 76! Jef-
reraon Ave., died Sunday in a hospital.
A hotel clerk, he came here 11 yearn
Wo from New York City. Surviving
Is hla wif... Mrs. Sylvia Hertz. Services
ware held at 2 p. m. in Riverside
Memorial chapel with burial in Mt.
Netm cementer).
William Huntley
Vice-President and General
Manager
Bond representative of the U. S.
Treasury and a War Bond sales
booth will be maintained nightly
at the track. They have posted a
$50 War Bond which will ba given
free each night to the patron buy-
ing the largest amount of War
Bonds at the track booth.
On the eve of the opening, only
three changes in the entire of-
ficial family were named, W. J.
Stoughton being made associate
judge to Presiding Judge H. M.
Barton; Tom Hogan being named
paddock judge and Wally Hender-
son as patrol judge. West Flagler
offers one of the sport's more ex-
perienced and widely known roster
of officials with a major percent-
age e" them being home owners
and residents of the Metropolitan
Miami area.
LOUIS UOLOVINK
I 111 Golovlne, 67. of 1638 Meridian
Ave.. died Sunday In a hospital. A
retired cigar manufacturer, he is sur-
vived bj his,wife, lira. Anna Qolovlne,
Miami Reach: two sons. Willard and
Nathani.-I. and a daughter. Miss
nelene, all of New York City, where
iii- body was tent b\ Riverside Me-
morial (Impel.
NOTICE'18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ANBONIA APARTMENTS at 318
21st St., Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEI'H TENDRICH.
BESSIE TENDRICH.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, now doing business
under the fictitious name of JO-
BES8 APARTMENTS at 747 West
A ve., Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
1SADORE TENDRICH,
SAM TENDRICH.
EDYTIIi: TENDRICH,
HELEN TENDRICH.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BBNRU8 MARKET at 1166 8. W.
-7th Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN BOSKIN,
RUSSELL HHLL.MAN.
ROBERT HHAEFFER.
MAX R, SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
JOSEPH RODNRY
Joseph Rodney, 66, died
night in a Miami hospital.
I.....n hare eight years, and
130 Jefferson Ave. Surviving
Monday
He has
lived at
an- his
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wifi- Rose, of Miami, and two bro-
thers. Sam and Irving, of New York
City. Services wen held Wednesday
at Riverside Memorial chapel. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating, Burial
was at Miami Jewiah cemetery.
< IIARI.r.N OOLRMBK
Charles Oolembe, Mi died Friday of
| a heart ailment at hla Miami Beai h
residence. Hi- was owner and operator
-I Mornslnde hotel. Hurleyvllle, N. Y.
and Beach Plaza hotel. Miami Beach.
Services w.-re held Saturday night at
Riverside Memorial chapel. Tin- re-
mains were shipped to New York for
interment.
lie is sunned by his widow. Cells
Golembe; tWO children. Stanley and
Rosalind, a father. Louie Oolembe,
and two brothers, Dr. Julius anil Rob-
ert Oolembe, all of Hurleyvllle, N. Y..
and two sisters. Eva Pearlman and
Bessie Qoldfarb ol Miami Beach.
Jacob Sher
President West Flagler
Kennel Club
various distances as well as in the
nightly featured hurdle event,
Flagler being the only track in
this area to offer its patrons the
hurdle events. The schedule con-
tinues the Daily Double on the
first and third races with the
Iquinielas on every race.
I Messrs. Sher and Huntley also
hive announced that West Flagler
has been designated a full War
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign-d desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EHRENREICH'S LITTLE HUN-
GARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT at
217 6th Street Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register the said na..... with
the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court Ol Dndi
County. Florida. .,...
HARRIET EHRENREICH
JIMMY IJeFEO.
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Attorneys for applicants.
11 17-24 12/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
NAVARRE APARTMENTS at 51! N.
w izUi Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register the said name with
ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANNA OLEKSY.
MYERS & lir.l.MAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
i" 20-27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 9.t.r> Washing
t..n Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad*
Cnuntv Florida.
' ALBERT RARoN
IRVIN DWORKIN
i iwners.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/17-24 12/1-8-15
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to mxagc in
business under the fictitious n.'in.....f
WHITE ROSE LIVE I'OITLTRY
KOSHER MARKET, Miami. Florida.
Intends to register the said name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAM El .C.I SON.
I'.ERNHAKD KASS.
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.su in;; to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 127
.Meridian Ave.. Miami KotUfil Florida.
intend to register the sal* "Ji,n)e with
the Clerk of the Circuit y*5urt I'"'1"
County. Florida.
ItEN.IAMIN REPAN.
HENRIETTA TTDNKJ.
(iwnei a.
LEON KAI'LAN
Attorney for Applicant.-.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
SEMINOLE ART CRAFT ill Miami,
Florida, and Intends to register the
-aid fictitious name in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BELLE WESSON.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of PECK MERCANTILE CO. at 28
N. W. 4th St.. Miami, Florida, intends
tn register the wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
LOUI8 E. I-ECKERMAN.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Distributors
PHONE 2-6141
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undei the fictitious name
ABE'H BAR at 22 Northwest Sth
i street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register the ald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
AHKAIIA.M KRONER.
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attornev foi Applicants.
10 27 11/3-10-17-24____________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File :!K:.n:
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Willis < Holder, holder of assignee
,1 City of Miami Tax certificate
NhiuI..red 690*. dated the Sth day
of June. a. D. iw:s. has filed amid
"VrtificaU ill my office, and haR
made application for tax deed to
iii,-iron in accordance with
law, Said Certificate embraces the
following described property, situat-
ed in Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
l^'t 42. Ulk 2, Comfort Gardens,
Plat Rook ti. Pgge it". In the
City of Miami. County of Dade.
State <.f Florida
The aaaeaament of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of ('nknown Unleaa said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue there-
ii on the nth day of November.
Kited this 24th day of October.
A. D. 1944. ^ |,KATIIKRMA.N.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
Circuit Court Seal. ___ ,,_
By N C STERRETT. D.C.
10/27 ll'i-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol RODEO RESTAURANT AND HAR
at 24X* Coral Way. Miami. Florida.
Intends t" register the said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ^ |(KnNARp
MYERS Ai HEIMAN.
Attomeya for Applicant.
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
JIMMIES 23RI> ST. RESTAURANT.
at S18-SZ0 2.ini Street, Miami Beach.
Florida, and intends to register the
said fictitious name In the offtee of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
"'" ''"U"tV' YArrrtL CERSTMAN.
Sole Owner.
OEOROE CHBRTKOF.
Attorney for Applicant.
10/20-27 11/3-10-17
PERUIN VISITS
MIAMI ENRQUTE
TO WORLD MEET
Walter Neisser, president of the
Comlte de Proteccion a Los Im-
migrantes Israelitas of Lima,
Peru, arrived in Miami destined
to the World Jewish Congress
meeting to be held in New York.
City November 26. He was accom-
panied by Dr. Isaac Wecselman.
Both these gentlemen are to de-
liver papers at the Congress rela-
tive to the work in behalf of the
refugees by their community
agencies in Peru and surrounding
countries.
Mr. Neisser, who represents an
American electrical concern, hatf
been a resident of Peru for over
17 years. In an interview with
Miss Helen Coleman, executive
secretary of the port and dock di-
vision of the Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
and Mrs. Benjamin LeVlne, they
learned that the country of Peru
has an approximate population of
about 2,500 Jewish people. With
but a small population a federa-
tion of community funds is in
existence, and approximately $70.-
000 was collected and allocated to
foreign national agencies, Includ-
ing the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, ORT, and Palestine Fund,
besides an allocation to their local
charities, Mr. Neisser pointed out-
The majority of the Jewish pop-
ulation in Lima consists of
Sphardic, German, Polish, and Ru-
manian Jews. The four nationali-
ties mingle very closely and are
knitted into a general community
for both social and welfare needs.
Mr. Neisser*8 hope is that even
though the two Americas are al-
lied through the good neighbor
policy, yet miles apart in customs,
that the American Jews will lend
to them their ingenuity in coping
with social and economic problem*
for their further advancement. Mr.
Neisser is looked upon by the Jew-
ish communities in the countries
adjacent to Peru as "father" and
benefactor in alleviating many of
their worries.
In closing, Mr. Neisser stated
that the South American countries
offer to the Jewish residents and
non-citizens the hope for a better
life economically and socially.
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOIUDA.-IN PROBATE.
No. 10443
In Re: ESTATE OF PHILLIP
RABINOW1TZ. Deoaiujad.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: .
You and each of you. are herehy
me Iii Ills office
Courthouaa lo De.de County
inht calendar
Florida,
months from
I20 f the. 1933 Probate AC
(Msop.bk RABiiwmm
the I-ist Will
f PHILLIP
Dec eased.
\. Executrix of
and Testament
inlllNOWITZ.
OEOROE CHERTKOF.
attorney for Estate of
KJI'Rablnowlt.. Deceased.
U/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
f EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311
Northwest Second Avenue, Miami
Florida, Intend to register the said
name with tho Clerk of the ( ircuil
Court of Dade County'. """dj}-
ISADORA KOSTINER
JOSEPH BLOCK
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctltioua name
Of HERMITAGE HOTEL, at 420 N.
E First Avenue. Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County. Florida.
U IRVING ALINKOFSKT
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Attorney for Appllcanta
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fJewlsli tier Ulan
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
SSSJSSSS^ll7' 1944
POST-ELECTION NOTES: Now
that the elections are over, Presi-
dent Roosevelt may soon receive
two separate Jewish delegations to
hear their views on Palestine .
One will be a Zionist delegation
demanding the establishment of
Palestine as a Jewish State, and
the other will be a delegation of
non-Zionist* supporting Jewish
immigration to Palestine, but op-
posing the establishment of a
Jewish State President Roose-
velt's position on the Palestine is-
sue will become clearer after the
House Committee on Foreign Af-
fairs completes its hearings (which
it will hare done by the time you
read these lines) on the resolu-
tion asking for unrestricted Jew-
wish immigration into Palestine
and for the ultimate establish-
ment of a Jewish Commonwealth
there This time, there is no
doubt that the resolution will be
recommended by the Foreign Af-
fairs Committee without any op-
position Watching the elec- .
tion campaign, the Antl-Defama-
lion League established that the
1944 election propaganda did not
equal IMO'a for widespread use
of scurrilous literature This
was due to a very large extent
to the fact that more campaign-
ing was done via radio programs
and less by pamphleteering ... I
Another contributing element was
the fact that most pro-Nazi groups
had been subdued With the
Presidential elections over, revived
efforts will be made to gain en-
actment of a permanent Fair Em- j
ployment Practice Commission. '
PARTITION TALKS: Nobody
can foretell how the new parti-
tion scheme for Palestine will
| work out now that Lord Moyne
' has been assassinated by two Jew-
1 ish terrorists in Cairo But it
can now be told that this scheme
, was the brainchild of the murdered
i British statesman Those who
I recently visited him in his office
i in Cairo, could see on the wall a
map showing the exact borders
l of a Jewish State which Lord
' Moyne proposed to establish in a
! partitioned Palestine Much in-
terest is being taken here in the
I attitude of the Board of Deputies
j of British Jews on the question
of partitioning of Palestine ... A
vote taken by the Board among
its members showed that while
159 members favored the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State in
Palestine, this number shrank to ;
85 on the question of whether the
Jewish State should be established
in an "undivided;' Palestine I
This is taken to mean that many ;
Zionists in London would agree to i
a Jewish Commonwealth under a
partition scheme And there |
are similar sentiments among
many Zionists in the United States
. ThA question arises: What
will thy^JLon-Zlonist members of I
the Jevrtati Agency say if the Al- j
lied Nation* offer a Jewish Com-
monwealth under a partition
scheme? Non-Zionist mem-
bers of the Jewish Agency, both
in this country and in England,
are opposed in principle to a Jew-
ish Commonwealth in a partitioned
Palm Beach Notes
MBS. MARY SCHREBN1CX hpisokrtlv
A. Levin. 420 20th St., has re-
ceived word that his son. Cpl. Ira
Levin, has seen served with an
armored division in France.
Lt. Martin Gold is on duty in
the Pacific, according to word re-
ceived by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. Gold. Hammon Ave.. Palm
Beach. Lt. Gold is a graduate of
the Citadel.
S 1/c Harold Moss participated
in one of the invasions of France.
Seaman Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Moss, enlisted in 1941.
B'nai B'rith held its regular
meeting Wednesday night at Sher
Memorial hall." Robert Lurie spoke
to the gathering on national war
work service.
Joe. H. Lesser was elected cub-
master of Pack 2, sponsored by
the Belvedere School PTA, at a
meeting Thursday night attended
by about 15 boys and parents.
Miss Esther Barash is out for
basketball at the Florida State
College for Women.
Miss Phyllis Freeman, of West
Palm Beach, is one of the many
young women who are reporters
at the College.
Mrs. Charles Leboy (Frances
Gold) and her daughter, Marcia,
have arrived here from Greenwood,
Miss, to spend the season with
Mrs. Leboy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. Gold, Hammon Ave., Palm
Beach. Cpl. Leboy is with the air
corps band at the Greenwood Air
Base.
Rev. Ezekiel Panitz and Mrs.
Panitz have arrived from Balti-
more, Md. to make their home
here.
Mrs. Hauaman of Ellenville, N.
Y. arrived in West Palm Beach to
spend the winter with her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Trachtenberg.
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tion to the Arab-Jewish problem?
. Will they oppose Roosevelt
and Churchill's views?
A STATEMAN'S LIFE: Many
interesting details of the life of
Bernard Baruch are revealed in a
book about him by Carter Field,
a Washington journalist, Just pub-
lished by Whittlesey House .
The volume entitled "Bernard
BaruchPark Bench Statesman"
reveals that the adviser to five
Presidents through two wars
studied Hebrew in his early youth
. His teacher was a Portuguese
rabbi, Dr. Mendes His mother.
Belle Wolfe Baruch, was the
seventh generation of her family
in America She was happy
[ to move from Camden, South
Carolina, to New York after she
married, "because at Camden
there had been no synagogue"
. She had always insisted that
her children dress up on Satur-
I days, and this was the day when
; her children wore shoes The
] engagement of her parents was
' contracted in the old Jewish man-
ner, with stipulations as to dowry
and what the groom should bring
to the household in the way of
wordly wealth ... It was dated:
"70th year of Independence of the
United States, and month of Chesh-
van 5606" When living in
Camden. she had longed for reg-
ular religious services, and these
the Baruchs had when they moved
to New York in 1881 Bernard
was then 11 years old His
father, Dr. Simon Baruch, was a
Jewish Immigrant from East Prus-
sia who came to this country when
only fifteen, hating Prussian mili-
tarism ... He served in the Con-
federate army as a surgeon .
We have no room to list the of-
fices Bernard Baruch has held,
but though he is now special ad-
viser to the Director of War Mo-
bilization, which covers a good
deal of ground, his favorite office
is a park bench in Washington
. He started work with a brok-
erage firm, at |5 a week, before
he was thirty he had made a
million dollars and lost it ... He
proceeded to make many other
millions, and kept them Until
recently, when he began giving
them away.
MEN AND DEEDS: Dr. Leon
Roth, rector of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, came, saw and conquered
. He has been in this country
for less than a month, but we
hear that he has already succeed-
ed in securing $250,000 from a
wealthy American Jew for the ex-
pansion of the activities of the
University And it seems that
he has many more such prospects
for substantial contributions .
Our heartiest congratulations to
James N. Rosenberg, active leader
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, on the occasion of his 70th
birthday on Nov. 20 Here is a
Jewish leader who has a record
not only in humanitarian activities,
but also as a painter, writer, thea-
trical producer and as one of the
most brilliant lawyers in the coun-
try .. There is a good deal of
criticism of Hollywood studios
which are afraid to put a Jewish
story on the screen Metro is
reported to have a wonderful story
about a Jewish boy in the war,
but apparently lost its enthusiasm
at the idea of producing it .
Paramount is similarly reported
to own one of the greatest Jewish
stories ever written for the screen,
but seems to be afraid of produc-
ing it ... It has long been asked:
Why do Jewish producers not hesi-
tate to film such themes as "The
Song of Bernadette" and why do
they not have sufficient courage
to produce a picture on the epic
Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto?
Notes Of
M. H. A.
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THIS COLUMN finally broke
into print again last week after
several weeks absence. Tours truly
was out of the city for awhile.
However, quite a bit of activity is
taking place at the Y these days
and there will be plenty of news
from here on out.
WOMEN'S ACTIVITY COM-
MITTEE: Mrs. Gertrude Michaels,
Chairman of the Women's Activi-
ty Committee, announces that
plans are being completed for the
fashion show to be held at the Y,
1567 S. W. 5th St., Miami, on
Sunday evening, November 26. Mr.
Ben Hartley, of Hartley's Inc., a
life member of the Y, has con-
sented to furnish all of the clothes
for the show. The models will be
selected by the various clubs at
the Y. Following the fashion show,
a fine musical program will be
presented. Those serving on the
committee with Mrs. Michaels are:
Mesdames Sylvia Chertkof, Bea
Stepkin, Mollie Kaufman, Anne
Jacobs, Anne Koven, Minna Le-
vine, Miriam Sager, Ethel Cross-
man and Dollie Lefkove. This
promises to be an outstanding af-
fair and it will be well worth while
for you to attend.
CARNIVAL CLUB: The Carni-
val Club is an organization at the
Y consisting of boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 12 to 14 years.
This group will run a benefit for
the Heroes' Phone Fund on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 22, at 8 o'clock. The
members urge the adults to co-
operate in giving this affair and
to attend same.
FORUM GROUP: The Y Forum
Group will hold its regular meet-
ing next Wednesday evening No-
vember 22, at the Y. Joseph Tep-
per will serve as moderator. Many
worth while and timely sugges-
tions have been discussed by the
Forum and everyone who has at-
tended in the past has been bene-
fited by the knowledge gained
there
BOWLING LEAGUE: The v
Bowling League held its JS Y
nual Banquet last Monday "Jj
The guest speakers of KtJSc
were: Leo Ackerman and ZSl
Grossman. Milt Friedman SS
as toast master. A fine ev2
was enjoyed by all. Those im3
to be donated to the HerW
Phone Fund In the name oVX
MISS SEBULSKY APPOINT
ED: Miss Bess Sebulaky has been
engaged by the Y Personnel (T
mlttee to serve as Youth Activitie,
Director. Miss Sebulsky will be in
charge of all Youth Clubs at the
Y and will be there daily to direct
all Youth Programs.
WAR LOAN DRIVE: The Sixth
National War Loan Drive com-
mences on November 20 and ends
on December 16. The Y urges
everyone to purchase Bonds ud
Stamps in this Drive. The more
you buy, the sooner the war wiD
end and our loved ones will re-
turn from service.
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LmA ^NOVEMBER *>• 1944 ^^stfhrgdHati -nTER MIAMI AHMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Su D nH^ u == ===== ^VZ J.wtah W.lior. Board "" "TBgl 1 + ~2*?***+ Fetation ^^ % %  %  >. p ne oro of Our Man in Barrio* PAGE SEVEN SERVICE id U.B. INCREASES ITS SERVICE ACTIYITIES THe Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board iJ continuing Its service pro„„„, to the military personnel in jblj area on an increasing scale. The JWB Oneg Shabbat held at Chiplain Saul Kraft's Friday evening servl<' November 10, at the iflmii Beach "Y" had the Miami Betch Service League provide the refreshments. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. Charlotte Dworsky, Mrs. Ingrid Levy and Mrs. Sivie Bern2ft. jWB Oneg Shabbat held at ChapUo Carl I. Miller's Friday eveH )ng services last week at the Polnciana Hotel, had as hostesses Hn. Ivan Kay, Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman of the Hiaml Beach Service League. Chaplain Meyer Mereminaky'a Friday evening services, November 10, at Chapel No. 3, Boca Raton field, was in charge of the Miami Service league. Refreshments were served by hostesses Mrs. Jennie Levinson and Mrs. Lillian Friedman. Saturday evening dance spontored by the JWB held on November Uth. at the Miami Beach "Y" waa served by the following hostesses of the Miami Beach Service League: Mrs. Carl SussUnd, Mrs. Maurice Alper, Mrs. Edward Platkln, Mrs. Sadie Oster, Mrs Mark Davis, Mrs. Goldie Auerbach, Mrs. Elsie Shackman, Mrs. Sally Monroe, Mrs. A. J. Dworsky. In addition to serving the refreshments, the hostesses register the Victory Belles. At the Miami "Y" the Saturday evening dance sponsored by the JWB the Miami Service League provided the refreshments, which were served by Mrs. Kate Golden, Mrs. Dolly Lefko, Mrs. Fay Weintraub, Mrs. Ruth Hohouser, Mrs. Bessie Abrahams, Mrs. Jean Silverman, Mrs. Anne Koven, Mrs Mollie Kauffmann. A Sunday evening dance was sponsored by the JWB on November 12, at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Refreshments We I e erved y senior hostesses Tur.d.y: and those in attendance wereMrs. Silver, Mrs. Rose Symansky, Mrs. Marie Rudin, Mrs. M. Hirsh' Mrs. Bessie Reich. Mrs, Rothman! Mrs. A. Reiser, Mrs. Bloom, Mrs K. Rutenberg. Miss Lillian Danzinger, Mrs. Besse Bassett, and Harry Bodenstein, chairman. Women of the Miami Service League, together with a group of Victory Belles, visit the Biltmore Hospital the first Monday of every month, and serve refreshments to the patients. Mrs. Juliet Stone, Mrs. Lll Rosengarten. Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. Mrs. Anne Koven. Mrs. Shirley Taplin, Mrs. Dolly Lefko,, Mrs. Rose Ginsberg, Mrs. Mildred Weissel, Mrs. Libby Sterling. Mrs. I Mollie Kauffmann, Mrs. Jennie! Levinson are active in the project. A house party for returnees, sponsored by the JWB was held last Sunday at the home of Miss Doris Gold, who is a member of the Daughters of the Jewish War Veterans. Thirty guests were entertained. I. W. B. SERICEMEN'S CALENDAR The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parada Pag* of The Jewish Floridian. tha daily press and national publications. Sand original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee, Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned If requested. Make H possible for sveryone to know where our lervicafoOc are. what they are seeing and doing. Becond Lt. Daniel Craxitt, whose father, Joseph Cravitt, lives at 201 S. W. 26th Rd., recently arrived in Italy and has begun flying combat missions as co-pilot of a B-24 Liberator heavy bomber. A 1941 graduate of Miami Beach High school, Cravitt was attending the University of Florida when he joined the AAF. Monday: bisrUMirtn Group. 8 p. m Miami fimer YM THA WE Cart?! Choir rehearsal, s p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community CcntPr. 1415 Eu• %  i* 1 ." %  r *nt.ir Emanuel Barkan. Wedaeadajr: Elementary Hebrew, 7 30 p. m. Miami H.-a, i, TM & YHA; Study Group. *•> %  KToiutruotlonist Movement" 9 p. m Miami Boach YM & WHA, Chaplain Saul Kraft. FrMavi Sabbath S-r\irps. 8 p. m.. Chaplain %  ;?,",' Kraft. Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller, Polnciana Hotel. 1555 Collins Are., Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments nerved by hoBtensea from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky. Chapel No, 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB One Shabbat. refresmenta nerved by hostesses from the Miami service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m.. Miami YM & TW1IA, 1567 S. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Sunday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments served by senior hostesses. Norman Somberg, aerographer 2-c, USN is on duty somewhere In France. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Somberg, 1448 N. W. 62nd St. Somberg went overseas in June, 1943, was in Italy until about a month ago. He's had a recent promotion. Lt. Col. Melville I. Stark, son of Mrs. Reglna Stark, 1345 Pennsylvania Ave., is at the Allied front in France. He has been awarded the Bronze Star for his work with Maj. Gen. Walton H. Walker's army in France. Col. Stark entered the Army in 1940 as a second lieutenant, and has held the rank of lieutenant colonel since he was 28 years old. He is a graduate of Staunton Military academy and the University of Pennsylvania. H Out This Coupon and Mall To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee), c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name.... Home Addresx Serial No.Birth Date Street City birthplace— State Civili lan OccupationCity State Marital Status pate Entry n Service— Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date Discharged — _Rank or Rating Capt. Jerome M. Weinstein, 27, son of Mrs. Ann M. Welnstein of 11 Palm Island, Miami Beach, was recently reported Inside Germany, commanding a photo-laboratory for front line work. Two Miami brothers have received promotions recently. It is now Lt. Col. William Levitt and Lt fjg) Ben Levitt, sons of Mrs. Sophie Levitt, of 835 N. W. Seventh St., Miami. Lt. Dan Satin (jg) USNR, of 328 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, is now home on a 15-day leave after 13 months aboard LCI's and LSTs. He entered the navy on Dec. 3, 1942, and was promoted to lieutenant (jg) in April, 1944. He's been in campaigns in tne Marshalls, Mariannas, Saipan and Tinian; at Pelellu in the Palau islands and In "many other small engagements." Lt Jerry Jacoby. son of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Jacoby, 661 N. W. Second St., was pilot of a torpedo plane which sank a Jap cruiser In the Philippines, according to a recent broadcast from overseas. •voting This Pag. to tha Effort, of th. Army Navy Committee. Mad. PossibU Through the Co-Operation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 178 N. W. Fifth Street 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 IRUBIN SONS—Oriainol Rubins 145 N. Miami Avanua K. ROTH & HAYS __. Manufacturers Agent. Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road LT. KAPLAN WRITES TO RELATIVES IN MIAMI Miss Harriet Chiel, of Miami, received an interesting letter from her brother-in-law-to-be, dated October 22nd from "somewhere In Germany." He writea: "In the last two weeks I have received two wonderful letters from you and only now have I had the opportunity to answer them. I suppose no other explanation is needed than to say 'look in the upper right hand corner.' Yes, I am in Germany. I believe that I am the first one of my friends from home to reach here. I know for sure that Harry hasn't reached here yet. This Is the beginning of the end for Hitler, but please don't become complacent and think It's the end—because lt is NOT. People back home thought that the Germans would give up when we reached their border. The Germans are fighting harder now than they ever did before. The men up here are far from believing that lt will end soon. The way It looks, we'll have to take Germany piece by piece. Aa far as we're concerned, the war here isn't over as long as our buddies fall from Jerry shells and bullets. Some of these German people curse Hitler and say the war isn't good. They didn't realize the tragedy that the German soldier caused throughout Europe till we came knocking at their door (the expression should be 'pushing in the door*). Parts of your letters are real torture. Writing about steaks, beaches and such. They are only a faraway Image to me now. Oh for a nice warm shower with some clean clothes, then a nice steak dinner. I'd give a month's pay for it. You asked me what K rations are. It's a ration that we get every day here—the same food Three boxes— 1. Breakfast—a small can of chopped pork and egg yolk, 2 packets biscuits, gum, soluable coffee, cigarettes (4), 2. Dinner—small can American cheese, biscuits, gum, lemonade powder, carmels, cigarettes (4), 3. Supper—small can corned pork loaf, biscuits, gum, cigarettes (4), chocolate bar. Eating the same thing for several weeks makes it kind of monotonous, but we sometimes vary It on our own initiative. For instance, a chicken would get in the way of a man who is (?) in his rifle. What's the good of letting the chicken rot in the field? C'est la guerre! If I ever get home It'll be useless to query me about this war. You know I am a medic and I've seen sights that were quite unpleasant. The boys here might have called us "pill-rollere" back in the States, but here they really appreciate us. You can't insult a medic m front of an infantryman without having a fight on your hands. It's the medic's job to take care of everything from headaches down to athelete's foot. Sometimes I wondered about being a medic, but now I am proud of it. These infantry boys say that they wouldn't take my job for all the money in the world. I don't want their Job either. In this war of destruction I am glad that the little bit I am doing is in a constructive manner." KILLED IN ACTION Sgt. Joseph Polya, 22. of Philadelphia, Pa. During the fighting in Normandy, when a land mine exploded. LL Albert J. Ravid. 29, Army SLSff* u of Chic afio, 111. Over Rumania by anti-aircraft fire. hL2w l d Who has distinguished ?n £o n nume r"s occasions n missions over Europe, holds w S oi Ver 4 Star Air M edal. Oakleaf Cluster and Purple Heart. Pvt Herbert A. Rothstein. 31 Heart* 0 I1L In IUIy %  Pvt. Max Rutkin. 19, of New York City. In Italy. Purple Hearth Lt. Laalie M Schulkin. 30. of Beverly Hills Cal. At Cassino Pfc. Ellis B. Schwnger, 23 of Chicago 111 He was wounded at Anzio beachhead, and again in ij? e invasion of Rome. Purpla Heart and Oakleaf Cluster. ivn T w WiW 4 *! of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Purple Heart. Pvt. Emanuel J. Shapiro, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Struck by a shell F?ffh m A n l While v fiKhtin K with toe" t lfth Army m the drive on Rome. USN. of the Bronx, N. Y. In the Normandy invasion. Purple Heart. Pvt Emanuel Siegel, 21, of the SM&JL Y Anzio beachhead! while rescuing two wounded comrades. Purple Heart. Pfc. Irring Silvaritein. 19. of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Purple Heart. Pvt. Seymour Smilovitz. 24 of New York City. Anzio beachhead. uv, P fc J A !hu i C Solomon. of Philadelphia, Pa. In the drive on Rome. Later returned to action in Southern France. T PrU „ x vm 9 Sperling. 20. If New York City. In Italy, during the attack on the Gustave Line. Purple Heart. Pvt. Sol Spielfogel. 19, of New York City. In Italy. Cpl. Henry Steimel. 25, of New York City. In Italy. Cpl. Muni Stopnitsky, 22. of New York City. Anzio beachhead. Lt. Abraham Vernikoff. 25 of Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Pfc Sam Wallach, 19, of Chicago, 111. Anzio beachhead. Purple Heart. Sgt. Manuel Weber, 23. Army Air Forces radio operator and gunner of Philadelphia. Pa. While flying a B-24 over Rumania. Theodore D. Schwartzman, a cadet-midshipman in the merchant marine, is home on leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Schwartzman, 2845 Fairgreen Dr., after completing basic cadet school at Pass Christian, Miss. Capt. Norman 8. Angel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel, 1557 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, is held prisoner of war by Germany, it was learned Saturday. A member of the medical corps, Angel is believed to have been captured in Holland. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and studied medicine at the University of Chicago. Pvt. Ernest Weinberg, 22, of the Bronx, N. Y. Anzio beachhead. Sgt. Melvin Weiner, 27, of Richmond Hill, N. Y. In Italy. Pfc. David Werbo, 29, of Philadelphia, Pa. In France. Purple Heart. KILLED IN ACTION Sgt. Morris Zelenietx, 27, of Chicago, 111. In France. Sgt. LouU H. Zusser, 23. of Chicago, 111. European area. Purple Heart. Sgt. Sam Blackman. 25, of the Bronx, N. Y. In Normandy. Pfc. Israel A. Brod. 27, of New York City. In Normandy. Seaman Iaaac Fdlin, 19. of Philadelphia. In France, while landing troops on the invasion coast. Cherbourg, France—Field Representative for the Jewish Welfare Board, John Sills of 4120 46th St., Sunnyside, L. I., has been in the ETO since December, 1943. He wears the uniform of an American Red Cross field director and through the cooperation and facilities of the American Red Cross, he has been successful in organizing civilian Jewish communities in a program of home and community hospitality for Jewish personnel in the U. S. armed forces. Recently Sills was in Cherbourg to carry on his work. "Of course it's too soon to make anything but the broadest plans for our hospitality program in France." he said while in the office of American Red Cross field director Harry Solomon, 352 Belmont Ave., Newark, N. J. "However, there are many wavs to help Jewish chaplains serving in France, whom I contact through American Red Cross facilities here. "Soldiers in France will not have the same opportunity open to soldiers and sailors in England to be welcomed into civilian homes. But all of them, everywhere, are thinking of their own American homes, and hoping to return to them and to their families."



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LmA Y. NOVEMBER 17, 1944 ^Jwistincrldian PAGE FIVE AN OPEN LETTER By Rabbi Max Shapiro ..wish Floricilan garni. Florida "fl a Rabbi and aa a Zionist and a American Jew, whatever have been the motive of SSamin Bronston (evidently the S^pre^ntatlve of the AmerlZ Council for Judaism) to inS an advertisement In laat SA. -Florldian" containing the dement of poUcy of the Council deeming Palestine, I deacribe it "TreSery to the cauae of Israel lid in a deeper senae, aa treachery J^he cause of justice and human\ seems difficult to believe that in this day, when our people are v-tt by enemies, a group of men to denominate themselves aa lewish leaders in communities throughout the land (for the statement has appeared in the loca press throughout the country) and ho are opponents of Zioniam of [he wealthy assimllationlat class, me their financial" position to %  dunce their cause and fulfil the prophetic words, "Thine enemies ijd Thy destroyers arlae from tilne own midst." Such men representing a small fraction of people constitute a council for their own fears, their own cowardice, their own stupidity and their own jelflshness. They betray those injtlncts, emotions, ideals and aapirations which have been flesh of our flesh and soul of our soul (or three thousand years of recorded history. I take Issue with such men only because of the hour of crisis when we dare not engage In neutrality, but speak out, "Art thou with us or our enemies?" We denounce the statement of Leasing Rosenwald and his satellites In a rebuke that must be understood by Jew and non-Jew alike, that these men hive placed themselves outside the pale of Israel and have no right to speak for Israel. Those who dare to stand against the future of Israel and mutter about the "theoretical" homelesaness of the .lew, when they stand £.ft/E? o f four million J ** are not only stabbing us in th* back, but verily i„ th! heart The I vast majority of American IsnS t£j£5£ i C .^ h ^^ation. have spoken at the American Jewish Conference on a common program for the solution of the tragic problems confronting world Jewry and Palestine. J Why do Lessing Roscnwald and Ben Bronston and others of the wealthy assimilationist class take as their policy the negative program of destroying the proposed reality of a Commonwealth in Palestine? IT IS THE RESULT OF FEAR AND INFERIORITY' You will find such types against Jewish education, Hillel activities, or any positive program in Jewish life. Why? These men have attained seemingly affluent economic and social prominence in their communities and are fearful less a discussion and realization of a state in Palestine may endanger their attainments, monetary or otherwise, in the community. It is the most inannce and cowardly attitude of our "hushhush" Jews. Two thousand years of recorded history without a homeland in Palestine and in "golden eras" where the Jew attained such "heights," they were made targets of malicious attack. WHY AGAIN THE CRINGING AND FAWNING AND FEAR? Is it not historic justice, and we are desperately and pathetically crying for a new world order of justice, to secure the re-establishment'of a Jewish State in Palestine? The majority of Jews have spoken! Is it democratic, or American, or Council for Judaism, for a minority to impress its will and befuddle the Jew and non-Jew alike? Must we repeat to these fearful Jews that a Commonwealth in Palestine will be based on Jews and Arabs who will live and be citizens of that country? We want to concentrate several million Jews in a country of their own where they would live their own normal, national life and not repeat the experiences of yesteryea? How ma!?, yal Americans would iZ £?,," if T w e challenged the Czechs, Pr!n\ I r Sh Italian8 Germans Hvfn' men and aU 80rta of P>Ple iS2 a l0 7 al Am erican citizens, whose loyalty no one dare to doubt even Ben Bronston. but yet they have shown interest and sympathy for their countries of origin and have expressed it by words and deeds. The position of the Jewish citizens would be in no way different from these other groups and all misrepresentations and misunderstandings by the American Council for Judaism to the effect that a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine will jeopardize their positions here in America are either conscious or unconscious misrepresentations of the basic aims of Zionism. Such unethical practices against the aspiration of a people must cease! The Greater Miami Jewish community dare not ait by and permit such flagrant violations to persist. Sincerely yours, RABBI MAX SHAPIRO. (Paid Advertisement) MEASURES TO CURB ANTI-SEMITISM^ ASKED London (JTA)—Measures to curb the anti-Semitic activities of the recently formed "League of Ex-Servicemen and Women" were demanded on Commons this week. Citing speeches made at a meeting of the group in Hyde Park, D. N. Pritt, Labor, asked Home Secretary Herbert Morrison what action the authorities planned to take. Replying, Morrison said that the activities of the league were being watched. He admitted that one of the Hyde Park speakers was a member of the outlawed British Union of Fascists. BRITAIN MAY ISSUE PAPER ON TERRORISM ORT CONDUCTS TRADE SCHOOLS UNDER SIEGE New York (JTA)—All during the occupation of Paris, the ORT continued to conduct trade schools, although on a limited scale, it is revealed in "Unser Stimme," Yiddish newspaper published In the French capital, a copy of which was received here. In the almost three-year period from the beginning of 1942 to this August, when Paris was liberated, 714 new students entered the schools, while 908 students were forced to leave for various reasons connected with the Nazis. The Paris paper points out that Jews in France will now, more than ever before, need professional training schools for the young and short-term courses for adults. It lauds the ORT for helping "men and women to become self-sustaining in gainful occupations." London (JTA) — The British Government may issue a White Paper on terrorism in Palestine as a result of the assassination in Cairo of Lord Moyne, British Resident Minister for the Middle East, by two Palestine terrorists, it was indicated by Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden reporting to the House of Commons on the details of the assassination. NOTED BIOCHEMIST OF NEW YORK DIES, AGE 58 You can't qui now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! New York (JTA)—Dr. Max Bergmann, 58, a member of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research and internationally noted biochemist, died at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr. Bergmann, who was born in Germany and received his scientific training at the universities of Berlin and Munich, in 1921 was appointed to the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. With the rise of Nazi persecution he came to the United States 10 years ago. Double Room FOR RENT Nicely Furnished, semi-private bath, private entrance, close to two bus lines in Miami. MRSD., c/o Box 2973, Miami, 18. Fla. HOLDS IT M. BEACH HOTEL The Senior Chapter of Hadaaaah, at a luncheon held November 8 at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, installed the following ladies as officers: President, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet; vice presidents, Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mrs. Charles Ratner, Mrs. Doug. Raff; secretaries, recording, Mrs. G. Greenspan, finance, Mrs. H. Platoff, corresponding, Mrs. J. Lipton; treasurer, Mrs. Barney Welnkle. The president appointed the following chairmen and board members: Membership: Mrs. C. Ratner, Mrs. Morris Plant; youth aliyah: Mrs. 8. Sapiro, Mrs. A. Stratton, Mrs. Milton Wolfe; H. M. O.: Mrs. Harry Rubin; J. N. F.: Mrs. J. Williamson, Mrs. G. Goldberg. Child welfare: Mrs. D. Raff, Mrs. R. Rothschild; B. and P. advisor: Mrs. Milton Slrkin; political advisor: Mrs. Max Dobrln; young Judea: Mrs. Moses Mescheloff; hospitality: Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs. I. Cohen, Mrs. S. Ellis; social secretary: Mrs. Louis Heiman; American affairs: Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Parliamentarian: Mrs. Benj. Meyers; treasurer: Mrs. G. Goldberg; pubUcity: Mrs. Victor Mell; Palestine supplies: Mrs. B. Welnkle, Mrs. H. Leavltt; banquet cloth: Mrs. S. Sapiro; rep. for Federation: Mrs. S. Simonhoff; programe: Mrs. Irving Lehrman; liaison for national: Mrs. S. Simonhoff; refreshments: Mrs. J. Goodman, Mrs. Edward Friedman. Plans were discussed for the annual dinner dance to be held at the Latin Quarter the early part of the year. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in tha armed forces the help they need. I was shocked to read, in the last week's Floridian. a published paid statement made by my friend Benjamin Bronston. stating that he wants to give the opportunity to the Jewish citizens of our community to study the recent controversy about the Jewish question in Washington, and. he reprints a letter to Secretary of State Hull, by the American CouncU of Judaism and signed by Mr. Rosenwald as President. He gave the community a distorted version of this most important Jewish Question. I feel as a Jew and as a citizen of this community, my duty to acquaint all Jewish Citizenry with the true facts of this Jewish problem. The Council of Judaism. Incorporated, consists of a handful of rich Jews who think because they have the^money they can do anythmg even talk in the name of American Jewry. I would like to reprint excerpts of the speech which Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver made before the American Congress as head of the Jewish Conference, an organization consisting of the entue American >">?* | consisting of delegates elected in democratic free election. Excerpts from statement of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the Execute committee. American Zionist Emergency Council at the hearings before Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives on House Resolutions 418 and 419, resolutions relative to the Jewish National Home in Palestine. "I believe I speak for millions of Jewish citizens of the *M **^* faugh the representatives of their national organizations and the elected delegates of their respective communities gathered AJJLggJSSS Jewish conference last September and voiced !" e !" ^ !" ?££ Rogation %  M of the Jewish commonwealth in Palestine and called tor the am u olthe White Paper not intending to embarrass OUTJgdtanTaUy <**£%£ %  ose heroic defense of civilization against Nazi ^*^£ !" d"ffi when she stood alone will remain an epic of high courage ana v 9iandeur to inspire all future generations. "May I also be permitted to give a brief historical J^^ **• movement to reconstitute the Jewish ~ m monwealtiwn Pales speak here ubjec. which will not be covered by the ?**JF5£^5S2 nor with JJIl not a recent movement It did not beg in w ah "modern Z^onm. || first Zionist colonies which were established in Palestine Y n of Hje deal of national restoration dates from *e year fc beginning Jerusalem and of the Temple in the year A. D. 70, and trom in 01 ">e widespread dispersion of the Jewish people. "Throughout the following centuries the hopeoJjSjjfKjjLn |g only the fc*e was never absent from among our people Modern aonm ^ lc **t expression of that undeviating will to naUonal restorauo Persisted throughout the ages. _. n p nf the qreat Dispersion, LftjfasB centuries and more prior to the tune oi M changing ewish people lived in Palestine as a nation, und•WJ^, to expe rience JJjeal vicissitudes which all nations, large or small, are bouna r> 0T er a long period of time. contribution to During some of those centuries they made Uieir f^ 8 ^^ and form5nS ,t 0n in ,he religious field. They gave the Bib e to and from I JW the greaf spiritual and ethical ideals of mankind. In Y I %  Wish Nation came both Judaism and Christianity. "Great thinkers from among the intellectual circles J* oMI-8B to aU J*ry formulated this new insight and conviction. The me ^^ "^ emancipation through national restoration. Not that tan resigned) HARRY SIRKIN. turn to Palestine any more than that all Englishmen in all parts of the world should return to England, or all Frenchmen to France, or all Germans to Germany Every nation today has many of its former nationals, citizens of other countries. The Jews in other parts of the world wiU remain as heretofore loyal citizens of the country which will permit them to remain egual citizens of those countries, and the American Jews, who have served their country so^faithfully both in peace and in war. intend to remain citizens of the United States, and their relationship with the Jewish commonwealth will be no different from that of other American citizens with respect to their ancestoral homes. But, just as there is an England, a France, and a Germany, so must there be a Land of Israel in order that the status of the Jewish people might be normalized throughout the world. Politically the Jewish people as a people must become, like every other people* possessed of an independent life m a national home." Winston Churchill, when he was Secretary of State in 1920, declared: "If as may well happen, there should be created in our lifetime by the banks of the Jordan a Jewish State under the protection of the British Crown, which miqht comprise 3,000,000 or 4,000,000 Jews, an event will have occurred in the history of the world which would from every point of view be beneficial and would be especially in harmony with the truest interests of the British Empire." President Wilson, in 1919, declared: "I am persuaded that the Allied nations, with the fullest concurrence of our Government and our people, are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the foundations of a Jewish commonwealth." President Franklin D. Roosevelt very recently stated: "Please express my satisfaction that, in accord with the traditional American policy and in keeping with the spirit of the four freedoms, the Democratic Partyat its July convention this year included the following plank in its platf0nn 'We favor the opening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration and colonization, and such a policy as to result in the establishment there of a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth.' "Efforts will be made to find appropriate ways and means of effectuating this oolicy as soon as practicable. I know how long and ardently the Jewish people have worked and prayed for the establishment of Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth. I am convinced that the American people give their support to this aim."



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i^lewKltUEIIioipidliiain />^^-THE JEWISH UNlfTI Cuili THE JEW-IS ^i^T7-NUMBER 46 FOR ANNUAL MEET Final plans for the annual meeting of the Dade County Chapter, American Red Cross, climaxing the biggest year In the chapter's hiitory, are nearing compleUon. Chairman of the American National Red Cross Basil O'Connor will be guest of honor and speaker it the meeting, to be held Sunday, jjov 19, 19H at 4 p. m. in Bayfront Park Amphitheatre. Music preceding and following the program will be provided by the 519th U. S. Army Air Forces bind, directed by Chief Warrant Officer J. VV. Schrodt; and the U. S. Naval Training Center band under direction of W. R. Parker, Jr., U. S. N. Seated in reserved sections will be some 500 members of the Junior Red Cross; several hundred uniformed Red Cross women volunteers, members of the chapter staff, field directors and [ their staffs. To this colorful array of uniforms will be added the National Champion Color Guard, American Legion Drum and Bungle Corps, which make the presentation of I flags. Giving the invocation will be the IRev. P. D. Sullivan, S. J.; Rabbi I Jacob Kaplan and the Rev. R. I Wiley Scott. O'Connor, was appointed to the I post in July by President Franklin 0. Roosevelt, on his return last WMk team a 2S day trip to England and France that the purpose of his trip abroad was "soley eduI rational." Surveying the need for I relief in these countries, O'Connor predicted a "bad winter" for them. "The great need," he said, "is for food and clothing, and the great problem facing us is transportation of these necessities." MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS JEWISH STATE E Johannesburg, South Africa I E!i,; 'blishment of a free !" independent Jewish state in "lestine was demanded by Mlnis r of Just i, o Colin Steyn. adaressing a -r„wded Balfour Day imeeting here. Representatives of I.T\Y mted st tes, Russia, China, E Netherlands, Belgium, Canada. iwnmark, Greece. Poland and [Switzerland attended. I Creation of a Jewish state. Mr. EE i* W should be effected iwough friendly cooperation with l"e Arabs, if possible. But, if the irM are unwilling to agree to a P* state, he continued, Palesmt should be opened to unreE Jewlah immigration and E i"7* Uon which would eventually'd to a Jewish Commonwealth. POGRAM OF ACTION (ANNOUNCED BY BODY M COmprehenslve program of acliiL Wa i announce < 1 last week by %  Beach Hotel Owners as'aiion following a general memEte£ mee ting at which time It I a n ec,de 'l to admit operators as X,H OWnor s to membership. In 2 ," in the scope of memberictlve group haa l aun c hed a" "nnnir K mpmbe rship campaign E2 tp| owners and lessee opTn l at Miami Beach. amending it* by-laws to acC* 8see -"P p rators, the Miami ^" group becomes the first t IitS !" *** m the country. :ify that its owners a&d taE2 !" P ia to be of ow *fors. Keep h buying War Bonds. EDEN SAYS UNABLE TO 1 AID JEWS OF HUNGARY London (JTA) Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of Commons this week that he re< grets not being able to report any progress in the efforts which are being made to rescue Jews from Hungary. He made this statement in reply to a question by a member as to whether Admiral Horthy's promise to permit Jews to leave Hungary if they secure visas for Palestine and neutral countries is now being carried out. The German radio reports that all the property of the Jews in Hungary will be taken over by the Hungarian state. "Jews will only be allowed to keep such articles, as furniture and other chattels, that are directly needed for everyday use and stocks of food and fuel enough to last a fortnight," the broadcast said. FULLSTORYOFTHE DEATH OF BRITISH MINISTER IS TOLD j Jerusalem (JTA) The full story Of the assassination in Cairo of Lord Moyne, British Resident Minister of State in the Middle Kast, I and the real identity of his murderers were obtained here by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency from reliable sources. When arrested, the two terror-'. ists gave their names as Moshe Cohen Itzhak and Charles Salz-! man. The JTA informant, however, revealed that they are Eliahu Khakim, 25, of Haifa: and Ephraim Ben Zuri, 23, of Tel Aviv. Khakim left the British Army in February of this year. Zuri was given a leave of absence by the Hebrew University two years ago | to join the armed forces. The two arrived in Cairo, sepaiately, and were not even known to each other until they met in accordance with instructions from the central committee of the Stem Gang. They left here for Egypt wearing military uniforms and equipped with the necessary dOCll. ments and supplies. They were in Cairo for 18 days before the attack on Lord Moyne. during which time they secured arms and explosives. MONUMENT ERECTED TO 66 MURDERED JEWS Rome (JTA) A monument to the-66 Jews among the 330 Rn) mans murdered by the Germans In the Ardeatine Caves, near hen, was erected this week at the site of the massacre. The memorial, m the form of a Star of David, was placed alongside a CfWjS commemorating the non-Jeuish MC tims. MESSAGES ON VISAS SENT BY BED CROSS Washington (JTA Me ssage. regarding refugees visas or Pales ESS certificates for stateless per-, sons in enemy or enemy-o


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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1944 ^JewistiFhrkflan PAGE ELEVEN Opening Wednesday night to JnVd attendance and mutuel figJ2 the West Flagler Kennel ^b'set n notable pace for the Florida racing season ahead which 1 slated to erase all previous records. Continuing each weekday night through Feb. 19. the West Flagler Lyhound racing center promises \. make this fourth wartime year rac ing its greatest and continue u Florida's No. 1 dog racing ^ ck Under the personal supervision of Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager, it was history-making opening which ejrned wide-spread commendation and with a major roster of stake events ahead, command even additional plaudits for its outstanding presentations. Tonight and Saturday night, the meeting's first weekend of racing will see West Flagler presenting a star-studded schedule of 10 nces each night. It Is an array of 10 races bracketing the nation's greatest greyhound racers over the OBITUARIES £2fc*" ••*, %SS5 Tuesday mornin N. W. rd 8t. ^ to a heart attack. Dade --nd dead "> hla home, 676 eath was attributed 0 the M^„ MO' He Wa a ,rU8 ,,> oi me Miami lodge leJtJl.V.^ Vf in tnp Florida sUte I' Klslature for tWO years us representative [Tool Nassau county. JOSEPH HARRY HERTZ Jn.sepi, Harry Hertz, 28. of 76! Jefreraon Ave., died Sunday in a hospital. A hotel clerk, he came here 11 yearn Wo from New York City. Surviving Is hla wif... Mrs. Sylvia Hertz. Services ware held at 2 p. m. in Riverside Memorial chapel with burial in Mt. Netm cementer). William Huntley Vice-President and General Manager Bond representative of the U. S. Treasury and a War Bond sales booth will be maintained nightly at the track. They have posted a $50 War Bond which will ba given free each night to the patron buying the largest amount of War Bonds at the track booth. On the eve of the opening, only three changes in the entire official family were named, W. J. Stoughton being made associate judge to Presiding Judge H. M. Barton; Tom Hogan being named paddock judge and Wally Henderson as patrol judge. West Flagler offers one of the sport's more experienced and widely known roster of officials with a major percentage e" them being home owners and residents of the Metropolitan Miami area. LOUIS UOLOVINK I 111 Golovlne, 67. of 1638 Meridian Ave.. died Sunday In a hospital. A retired cigar manufacturer, he is survived bj his,wife, lira. Anna Qolovlne, Miami Reach: two sons. Willard and Nathani.-I. and a daughter. Miss nelene, all of New York City, where iiibody was tent b\ Riverside Memorial (Impel. NOTICE'18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiringto engage In business under the fictitious name of ANBONIA APARTMENTS at 318 21st St., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEI'H TENDRICH. BESSIE TENDRICH. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, now doing business under the fictitious name of JOBES8 APARTMENTS at 747 West A ve., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1SADORE TENDRICH, SAM TENDRICH. EDYTIIi: TENDRICH, HELEN TENDRICH. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BBNRU8 MARKET at 1166 8. W. -7th Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN BOSKIN, RUSSELL HHLL.MAN. ROBERT HHAEFFER. MAX R, SILVER. Attorney for Applicants. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 JOSEPH RODNRY Joseph Rodney, 66, died night in a Miami hospital. I n hare eight years, and 130 Jefferson Ave. Surviving Monday He has lived at anhis Keep on buying War Bonds. —Buy War Bonds TodaywifiRose, of Miami, and two brothers. Sam and Irving, of New York City. Services wen held Wednesday at Riverside Memorial chapel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating, Burial was at Miami Jewiah cemetery. < IIARI.r.N OOLRMBK Charles Oolembe, Mi died Friday of | a heart ailment at hla Miami Beai h residence. Hiwas owner and operator -I Mornslnde hotel. Hurleyvllle, N. Y. and Beach Plaza hotel. Miami Beach. Services w.-re held Saturday night at Riverside Memorial chapel. Tinremains were shipped to New York for interment. lie is sunned by his widow. Cells Golembe; tWO children. Stanley and Rosalind, a father. Louie Oolembe, and two brothers, Dr. Julius anil Robert Oolembe, all of Hurleyvllle, N. Y.. and two sisters. Eva Pearlman and Bessie Qoldfarb ol Miami Beach. Jacob Sher President West Flagler Kennel Club various distances as well as in the nightly featured hurdle event, Flagler being the only track in this area to offer its patrons the hurdle events. The schedule continues the Daily Double on the first and third races with the Iquinielas on every race. I Messrs. Sher and Huntley also hive announced that West Flagler has been designated a full War LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign-d desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EHRENREICH'S LITTLE HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT at 217 6th Street Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register the said na with the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court Ol Dndi County. Florida. „.,... HARRIET EHRENREICH JIMMY IJeFEO. MEYERS & WEITZMAN. Attorneys for applicants. 11 17-24 12/1-8-15 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f NAVARRE APARTMENTS at 51! N. w izUi Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANNA OLEKSY. MYERS & lir.l.MAN. Attorneys for Applicant. i" 20-27 11/3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 9.t. r > Washing t..n Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad* Cnuntv Florida. ALBERT RARoN IRVIN DWORKIN i iwners. LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicants. 11/17-24 12/1-8-15 Buy War Bonos and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone ^0760_ ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. u S. Gov'l inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO f YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to mxagc in business under the fictitious n.'in f WHITE ROSE LIVE I'OITLTRY KOSHER MARKET, Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM El .C.I SON. I'.ERNHAKD KASS. 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, il.su in;; to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 127 .Meridian Ave.. Miami KotUfil Florida. intend to register the sal* "Ji,n)e with the Clerk of the Circuit y*5urt I'"' 1 County. Florida. ItEN.IAMIN REPAN. HENRIETTA TTDNKJ. (iwnei a. LEON KAI'LAN Attorney for Applicant.-. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of SEMINOLE ART CRAFT ill Miami, Florida, and Intends to register the -aid fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BELLE WESSON. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of PECK MERCANTILE CO. at 28 N. W. 4th St.. Miami, Florida, intends tn register the wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. „ LOUI8 E. I-ECKERMAN. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE Distributors PHONE 2-6141 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name %  %  ABE'H BAR at 22 Northwest Sth i street, Miami, Florida, intends to register the ald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida AHKAIIA.M KRONER. MYERS & HEIMAN Attornev foi Applicants. 10 27 11 /3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File :!K:.n: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Willis < %  Holder, holder of assignee ,1 City of Miami Tax certificate NHIU I..red 690*. dated the Sth day of June. A. D. iw:s. has filed amid "VrtificaU ill my office, and haR made application for tax deed to iii,-iron in accordance with law, Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: l^'t 42. Ulk 2, Comfort Gardens, Plat Rook ti. Pgge it". In the City of Miami. County of Dade. State <.f Florida The aaaeaament of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of ('nknown Unleaa said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue there„ii on the nth day of November. Kited this 24th day of October. A. D. 1944. ^ |,KATIIKRMA.N. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. Circuit Court Seal. „„_„__ ,,_ By N C STERRETT. D.C. 10/27 ll'i-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol RODEO RESTAURANT AND HAR at 24X* Coral Way. Miami. Florida. Intends t" register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^ |(KnNARp MYERS Ai HEIMAN. Attomeya for Applicant. 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged In business under the fictitious name of JIMMIES 23RI> ST. RESTAURANT. at S18-SZ0 2.ini Street, Miami Beach. Florida, and intends to register the said fictitious name In the offtee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of "•'" ''" U tV YA r r rt L CERSTMAN. Sole Owner. OEOROE CHBRTKOF. Attorney for Applicant. 10/20-27 11/3-10-17 PERUIN VISITS MIAMI ENRQUTE TO WORLD MEET Walter Neisser, president of the Comlte de Proteccion a Los Immigrantes Israelitas of Lima, Peru, arrived in Miami destined to the World Jewish Congress meeting to be held in New York. City November 26. He was accompanied by Dr. Isaac Wecselman. Both these gentlemen are to deliver papers at the Congress relative to the work in behalf of the refugees by their community agencies in Peru and surrounding countries. Mr. Neisser, who represents an American electrical concern, hatf been a resident of Peru for over 17 years. In an interview with Miss Helen Coleman, executive secretary of the port and dock division of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Benjamin LeVlne, they learned that the country of Peru has an approximate population of about 2,500 Jewish people. With but a small population a federation of community funds is in existence, and approximately $70.000 was collected and allocated to foreign national agencies, Including the Joint Distribution Committee, ORT, and Palestine Fund, besides an allocation to their local charities, Mr. Neisser pointed outThe majority of the Jewish population in Lima consists of Sphardic, German, Polish, and Rumanian Jews. The four nationalities mingle very closely and are knitted into a general community for both social and welfare needs. Mr. Neisser*8 hope is that even though the two Americas are allied through the good neighbor policy, yet miles apart in customs, that the American Jews will lend to them their ingenuity in coping with social and economic problem* for their further advancement. Mr. Neisser is looked upon by the Jewish communities in the countries adjacent to Peru as "father" and benefactor in alleviating many of their worries. In closing, Mr. Neisser stated that the South American countries offer to the Jewish residents and non-citizens the hope for a better life economically and socially. IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOIUDA.-IN PROBATE. No. 10443 In Re: ESTATE OF PHILLIP RABINOW1TZ. Deoaiujad. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you. are herehy me Iii Ills office Courthouaa lo De.de County inht calendar Florida, months from • I 20 f the. 1933 Probate AC %  • (M SOP.BK RABiiwmm the I-ist Will „f PHILLIP Dec eased. \. Executrix of and Testament inlllNOWITZ. OEOROE CHERTKOF. attorney for Estate of KJI'Rablnowlt.. Deceased. U/3-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name „f EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311 Northwest Second Avenue, Miami Florida, Intend to register the said name with tho Clerk of the ( ircuil Court of Dade County'. """dj}ISADORA KOSTINER JOSEPH BLOCK MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltioua name Of HERMITAGE HOTEL, at 420 N. E First Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County. Florida. U IRVING ALINKOFSKT MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Appllcanta 10/6-13-20-27 11/3 p7IO S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i LffZ. 3-343LJ 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' WE ofFicwLiY nmmj THE MAJORITY Of NORTVUN JEWISH FWEML INKS lo/ormotion Gladly FurndW an SBJWJ SERVING HAW BEACH ft MAW E xcfusiVefy Jewis/i SEEYOU coLLins atTUJeriTIETr WHERE THE SMART BEACHTTES MEET li|ipys RESTflUKfmT* ON COLLINS AVENUE AT 20th STREET MIAMI BEACH The Whole Town Is Talking About Our Charcoal Broiled Steaks, Prime Rib of Beef and Chicken in the Pot Breakfast from SOc — Luncheons from 86c Sunday Dinner Served from 1P.M.Dally from 6 P. M. to 10 P. M. AIR-CONDITIONED MUSIC BY MUZAK JULIUS KASDIN. Owner



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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1944 +Jewisl)fhrkHari PAGE THREE 200 SHRAPNEL WOUNDS 7 MARINE SERGEANT SURVIVES TARAWA SOT J.S.STOVER.USMC.CREW CHIEF ON A LANDING CRAFT RECEIVED TWO HUNDRED NOIVIOUAL SHRAPNEL WOUNDS ON THE BLOOOY BEACH *T TARAWA... DESPITE HIS INJURIES HE RESCUED SEVERAL OF HIS COMRADES ANO LED THEM TO SAFETY..HE ULTIMATELY CONVALESCED.., FIT FOR FURTHER DUTY. U0. MAKtN€5 MILITARY RITES FOR LIEUT ROBT.SCHINDLER *55**3' i uneral services were conducted Thursday at the Beth q,M„., Syna i 0BUe for Lt Ro^nd BSffiE 27 USNR with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Sehlndler. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sehlndler, 1425 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, was killed in an explosion at Port Chicago, Cal in July. His body was recovered and sent here from Port Chicago. Mrs. Sehlndler and the lieutenants Infant son reside at the Beach. Besides his parents, wife and son, he Is survived by one brother, Irvin, and two sisters, Mrs. EdT V W •• !t-:.>^ /J •**?& — kg** TWO MEDALS IN TWO DAYS RECORD OF MARINE LIEUTENANT IJT LIEUT. FRANK A. KEMP, USMCR, LED A BRILLIANTLY SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON A NUMERICALLY SUPERIOR FORCE OF JAPS ON NEW GEORGIA ...AND WAS AWARDEO THE SILVER STAR MEDAL FOR THIS FEAT...THE FOLLOWlNrj OAY HE RESCUED THREE COMPANIONS FROM DROWNING... AND THUS EARNED THE SOLDIERS" UEDP' TO M ACTIVITIES II MRS. WEINTRAUB WILL ADDRESS CLUBWOMEN S** % %  H Ui S/ >*v, .c•< •'jo of-' %  rife MARINE COMBAT PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO ALTERNATED FIGHTING WITH MAKING PICTORIAL RECORDS OF THE LANDING AT TAWARA DID SO UNDER THE MOST INTENSE ENEMY FIRE EVER ENCOUNTERED BY A MAJOR MARINE ASSAULT FORCE. TEMPLE TO OBSSERVE SABBATH WITH LADIES The Miami Council of AmericanSoviet Friendship will begin Its activities on Nov. 20 with a benefit dinner at the Russian Bear on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Rev. Joseph Barth, last year's chairman of the Council will introduce the new chairman, Charles Doren Tharp, professor of English at the University of Miami. Mr. Tharp will deliver the main address of the evening, speaking on "Russia, its Place in the World Today." Representative of the U. S. Army Ground Forces will be present. Ramona Sawyer Barth, newly elected executive secretary, members of the executive committee and new sponsor* will make brief comment upon the need of American-Soviet Friendship. Entertainment for the evening will be under the direction of Anyuta Mellcov. The executive committee consists of Charles Doren Tharp. chairman. Mrs. Jack Bell. Rev Joseph Barth, Evelyn B. Dean and Miss Maijorle Drury. Among the sponsors are MrsT. T. Stevens, Mrs. T. V. Moore, J. Harolu Briggs. H. Franklin WilUams. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Ralph Tracy, Rep. Pat Cannon, C. W. Peters. Ernest Overstreet, Dr. Horton Held. Elizabeth Antonova, Muriel Hirach, Robert Fitch Smith, Henry O Shaw, Madame Valentina Dutko, William Carey Coffin. Anyuta Mellcov and Raymond H. Reese. Those in charge of the dinner committee are Mrs. Jack Bell. chairman, Elizabeth Antonova, Muriel Hirsch, Mrs. Herman Wepman and Anyuta Mellcov. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, Miami clubwoman, will address the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach \ Jewish Center at its first regular i meeting of the season on Monday, i November 20, at the Center. Mem-1 bers and friends are urged to at-, tend the meeting, which will begin promptly at 8:30. A short business | meeting will proceed the speaker, i and changes in the by-laws will be presented at that time. A musi-1 cal program and social hour will follow. The refreshment and hos-1 pitality committees, headed by, Mrs. Celia Wald and Mrs. Dora Goldberg, are in charge. ward Leven and Miss Faye Schindler, all of Miami Beach. Mrs. Schlndler's mother, Mrs. Nathan Miness, has arrived from New York City to attend the services. A Naval guard of honor, the American Legion Guard of Honor and a detachment of Jewish War Veterans participated in the services. Burial was in Mt. Nebo cemetery under direction of Palmer Funeral home. "FRIDAY REVIEW" IS GIVEN AT BEACH "Y" ARONOVITZ IS GUEST SPEAKER AT C. OF C. Appearing as guest speaker be-; fore a meeting of the Miami Chamber of Commerce held this week at the El Commodoro Hotel, Abe Aronovitz gave a highly enlightening talk on "Municipal Government." He was introduced to, the gathering by Sam Silver, member of the board. SAMUEL I. BARG Jewtlry, Leather Goods. Hand B0. Flower*. Feather*, Toys. Doiii ana stuffed Animal*. WHOLESALE ONLY Showroom !<23-25 9eybold II1JTelephone J-S326 PIANO Modern. Claified, Harmony, Ear •fining Adult* and Children ESTHER PUCKOFF H W 10th Av. Phone 3-68o FOR RENT ""bie Room-with Private FamJ Beauty Rfit Mttr*—Will '"' to one or Two—Close to Bue J-'n^ 2 03 w mh tt phon N. C. I. W. TO PRESENT CARD. DESSERT PARTY For its first event of the season. the Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will present a card and niah long dessert party on Tuesday. November 21. Mrs. Ben Bloom. Chairman, and Mrs. Abe Pollack, co-chairman, are in charge of arI rangements. Door prizes will be awarded. "ASK THE RABBI" TO BE TOPIC AT LAUDERDALE The first in a series of sermons OB the topic "Ask the Rabbi" will Da delivered by Rabbi Samuel H. Baron at late sen-ices Friday evening at Fort Lauderdale. Temple Eminu-El. of which Rabb. Baron is spiritual leader, is located at 1801 S. Andrews Ave. HIAS TO RESUME WORK IN LIBERATED ITALY New York (JTA) !" "ft Office here announced that the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees has made arrangements "or the Hias-Ica to resume its ac Svttte. in liberated Italy ami that. us a result, preparations aiebei'H, 200 Jewish refugees i" !" "*'* Palestine. The announcemerit was made by Max Gottschalk. H.as lea | president. —_ ^ AMHIUI-U CH Budweiser EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS More than 300 men and women attended the premiere of the "Fri-, day Review," educational project of the Greater Miami Women's j Division of the American Jewish ; Congress, which was held at the YM & YHA, Miami Beach. The second book In the series, will be reviewed at the Miami Beach Jew-1 ish Center, is "People on Our Side." on Friday, Nov. 24. In conjunction with the reviews, the AJC is selling and taking orders for books which are reviewed. Further information may be had by calling Mrs. Bonnie Sackhcim. in charge of this department (5-27651, or Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman of the project ..-,-1118). The "Friday Review" series will hold its first benefit evening performance on Tuesday, December 5 The book to be reviewed is Harvest in the Desert." by Maurice Samuel. An entire Palestinian program is planned. AMERICAN CONGRESS WOMEN HONOR LADIES The American Jewish Congress will honor the presidents of all Jewish Women's organizations in the area at its annual Thanksgiving tea to be held on Monday. November 27. A symposium titled %  N ot Unity-Harmony" will be presented. Guest speakers for the occasion Include Mrs. IWtn£U**man. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Mrs. Leon Kronish. Mrs. Simon April will deliver the closing prayer. A musical program, featuring Cantor Maurice Mumches in vocal neleUon..and Mrs. Fritzi Tannen. on the violin, "planned. A social hour_w.ll folmv Arrangements for the affair S'in charge of Mrs. Louis Glasser ami committee. Members and friends are urged to attend^ SpeS invitations are being tamed {o presidents and members of organizations. BETH SHOLOM CENTER SEEKS NEW_MEMBERS %R Sfve^rSemb^rs^as been latinXed by the Beth Shoiate. Friday evening, November 24, Sisterhood Sabbath will be observed In Temple Israel. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, religious chairman, announces that Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review "Argentine Diary" by Ray Josephs. The services will be conducted by Sisterhood members. A reception in Kaplan Hall will follow, under the sponsorship of Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan. An enjoyable and enlightening evening has been planned. Large attendance at the Temple is anticipated. RABBI SENDS MESSAGE TO PRES. ROOSEVELT During a prayer service conducted on Sunday evening prior to the election at the B'Nai Zion Synagogue, at the corner of Southard and Simonton Sts., Rabbi L. Lehrer, who was very optimistic over President Roosevelt's reelection to the presidency, drew up and forwarded the following telegram to the chief executive of the nation: "My prediction is that the Lord will answer your petition with reelection. He will set thee up on high, and grant your desire and fulfill all purposes, and hope that the Lord saveth his annointed. He will answer you from Heaven with a mighty saving victory." ROTHSCHILD RESTORED AS A FRENCH CITIZEN Paris (JTA)—Acting; under the decree issued by the French Government abrogating the anti-Jewish laws of the Vichy regime, the State Council, which is the supreme court of administrative law in France, has restored French citizenship to Baron Henri de Rothschild. His citizenship was revoked after the fall of France in 1940. The action of the State Council will automatically enable Baron de Rothschild to claim his poseaslons confiscated by the Vichy regime. MOSCOW TELLS OF MASSACRE OF JEWS GAS AT BEACH SHOWS LARGE YEARLY GAIN Nine percent more gas was consumed in Miami Beach last week than during the same week last year, officials of Peoples Water and Gas Co. revealed. This in, crease was noted despite the fact that the army now uses only about one-third as much as It was consuming at that time. About 600 more meters are turned on within Miami Beach | than were in use last year. Since there are about 12,000 meters now In service, that means a gain of five percent. These statistics on this important utility bear out the declaration of apartment association officials that the city is already extremely crowded in advance of the winter visitors' season. Moscow (JTA)—A report describing the annihilation of Jews in the "German extermination camp" of Trembllnka In Poland estimates that 2,764,000 Jewish men, women and children were killed in this camp alone. The report is published in the Moscow Polish-languish newspaper "Nowe Widnokregi." Written by Samuel Rajzman, Polish Jew, who succeeded In escaping from Trembllnka, the re port says that among the execute* Jews were 1,500,000 from Poland 1,000,000 from Russian territor! which was occupied by the Get mans; 120.000 from Germany; 100,000 from Czechoslovakia; 30,000 from Austria and 14,000 from Bulgaria. ...a"t J9B*M P&FSfS&**e GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimate* Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 RESTAURANT HAS NO OTHER CONNECTIONS The Blumenfeld Restaurant, located at 666 Collins Ave-. Miami Beach, has no connection with any other restaurant in this area, the management stated. The announcement was macd? following an error that appeared in last week's Jewish Flondian. The restaurant is under the management of Benjamin Blumenfeld, and is now enjoying its second succcessful season. Mr. Blumenfeld was the operator of the original Lindys of New York City for nine years and manager of the Fun Crest Hotel of Pine Hill. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jen1si> fhrkUan I raoAY, NOVggn ,, AMERICAN JEWS FACE MANY POST PROBLEMS PARTY TO BE GIVEN BY N. C. JEWISH WOMEN A luncheon, progressive card and Mah Jong party, will be given by the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, November 20 at 12 o'clock at Chinatown Charlie's. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. I. G. Kobley at 5-7828 or Council office, 3-6554. New York (JTA)—The probj lems which American Jews will have to face after the war were outlined here at the annual dinner of the Jewish Theological Semi.,, T7 I„„„„,.„-,„„ „r nary, by Dr. Robert Gordis, presi„ pan f r the fgKSS FHP ,!-„;/*.T> D KK.„ ; „„I A.„i~Kii Susie Michael and Maurice FnedPLANS UNDER WAY TO HEAR NOTED ARTISTS dent of the Rabbinical Assembly of America and a professor at the man presenting their original Seminary. More than 1,500 friends Cavalcade of Jewish Music are In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Greater Miiwnl iUlihlnicnl AnwH-intlon are: MIAMI III \( II JKWISII COMM1 N 1TY CF.NTKK, Conservalhr, 1415 Knrlld Ave., Miami Reach. Knbbala* I Shuhhas service Friday evening at j 6 o'clock. Late Friday evening Service \ at 8 15. Rabbi Irvine; l.ehrman'* lopil will be 'Amid the Storm a Still Small Voice." Cantor Kmanuel Rarkan and the Cantor Choir will chnnt. Saturday morning services at 9 o'clock. Kabbi Letarmnn will preach on the Weekly Portion Of the Law. Cantor Barkan will chant the services. Junior services at 10 a. m. TO HAVE NEW FELLOWSHIP CLUB FOR JEWRY of the Seminary attended the dinner which was held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. now under way. These artists have had remarkable careers in their respective •Most observers." Dr. Gordis f,eld fSu8,e Michael is an Amensaid. "believe that inter-group and can DO !" musician of rare distincsectional prejudice, far from sub, Uon Born in Portland, Oregon, a siding with the anticipated victory P ,ano Prodigy at four, a student of the United Nations, is still. of several internationally famous growing stronger, or at least, no masters, she has been hailed as a weaker. It seems clear that only pianist of exceptional gifts, two alternatives face American Maurice Friedman, born in WilJewry. Either we shall be comna, Poland, was the son of a noted polled to fight for equal rights for cantor and came to the United all American citizens, in the letter States at the age of six. Reared and the spirit, against the forces in an atmosphere of Hebraic CUlof intolerance and prejudice which ture and song, he is today aceven now are not inactive, or. ; knowledge*! as the leading intermore fortunately, our problems preter of Jewish song and folkwill be purely internal and our eflore. forts directed against the processes When Susie Michael and Maurice of defecion within the Jewish comFriedman bring their "Cavalcade munity itself. It is quite conceiv-' 0 f Jewish Music" here on Sunday able that we will have to face both evening, December 3, they will be RKTH JACOH CONtiRKllATION, Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave., Miami Reach. —Friday evening services at 6 o'clock. Saturday morning Adult servicu at 7 and 9. Young folks minnionaire service at 9 30 a. m. in Talmud Torah building. Junior congregation services at 10 a. m. in Talmud Torah building auditorium. Kiddush. and refreshments will be served by Mrs. Edward Merlin Rabbi Moses Mesrheloff will preach on the subject "Victims of Envy." Shalosh Saudos will be held at 6 p. ni. Sunday School classes on Sunday! from 10 a. m. to noon. I'.l 111 DAVID I ON'. HI <• A I KIN. t'onnervative. 135 N. W. 3rd A\r.. Miami Ijite Friday evening Services at | 8.15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Max i Shapiro; Cantor Abraham Friedman I and Choir will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro's sermon title "TinTide Has Turned Reception immediately after the services in the auditorium. Saturday morning services at 8 30 n. m. and Junior services at 10 30 a. m. problems.' Home Cooked Kosher Meals at KOPEL'S 20 N. E. 11th Street. Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. presented under the auspices of the Inter "Y" Cultural Committee of the Town and Beach "Y's." The performance wUl be given in the Miami Beach Senior High school auditorium on 14th St. and Drexel Ave. JEWISH GENERALS IN FRANCE BACK IN ARMY TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. K. 19th St.. Miami. Friday evening sc:*\ ices to be conducted by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Cues! speaker will be SSSS .ValSr'thc";;?: 5? tak nd f r*nde^action, he cor. London (JTA) —Organization of the "Jewish Fellowship," whose objectives are to uphold the principles of Jews as a religious community, and to oppose the idea of Jews as a political or national group, was announced here by Basil Henriques and Sir Brunei Cohen, non-Zionist Jewish leaders. Although the fellowship is opposed to demands for a Jewish state in Palestine, it supports the development of the cultural and religious life of the country, is anxious to help the suffering Jews of Europe, and is conscious of Palestine's special place in Jewish tradition as well as a home for who will settle there in the future, the Jews living there and those it was stated at an organisational meeting presided over by Mr. Henriques. The resolution adopted by the Board of Deputies of British Jews, calling for the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in "an undivided Palestine" does not represent the views of many British Jews, Mr. Henriques said. The fellowship, however, does not plan New York , I Uh scientists, two of th^ Je *in the United States T ""^ awarded the Nobe|\SV! cognition of their contriL? 1 science it was announSS" to holm this week. The three?>" 1. Dr. Isidore l saa e R„M lumbuia University ; h R 0 t ** the 194< physics awSfohf* search n the resonant hu >*• registering the r^eVm^ 0 of atomic particles *"*** from Germany now'Sith ftSC negie Institute of TechJa Pittsburgh, who JJawaSiK 1 •JL^ Georg Heve y. 0' Stockholm, who was awarded the 1, prize for chemistry, in reenL. of his work in thTuse o?BS StSSST i n 8tudying ss Keep on buying War Bond* CLARINET SAXOPHONE INSTRUCTION CHARLES SPERRY Phone 70176 PAPER SHELL PECANS READY FOR MAILING 3 Pounds $ 1.59 SEE Joe Zalis 55 N. E. 1st STREET PHONE 3-6107 Paris (JTA) Fourteen Jewish generals have been returned to thpir posts in the French Army, the Ministry of War announced. The officers were ousted after the adoption of the Vichy anti-Jewish laws. Those reinstated are: Albert Bauman, Armand Aaron Bloch, Emile Gabriele Bloch, Pierre Boris, Jacob Elghezi. Ruben Job. Pierre Eliezer Lazard, Leopold Levy, I^ucien Mayer Levy. Rene Nathan Levy, Ramond Elie N'aquet-La Roque, I^eon Rheims. Alphonse Weiler and Gustave Worms. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bond?. ni'Hi. entitled "Beyond the Horizon Visitors are welcome. A reception. sponsored by the Sisterhood, will follow the services. Saturday morninK services si 11 o'clock, Sunday Srhse S. W. 171 h A*e.. Miami. Friday evening service at 6 o'clock Saturday morninK at !< o'clock Mincha Shalosh Seudos and Ifaarlv starting at r> so p. m. Srhaar.i Z.<|.k Talmud Torah. 1MB S W. Srd St Friday evening service at 6 o'clock. Senloi services Saturday at 8.30 a m Rabbi Simon April will speak to the conKH'Kation. Junior services .it 10 .10 conducted by the Juniors. Refreshments will be served. Shalos Setldos' at 5i30 at Miami Jewish Orthodox Conn Rabbi April will speuk on the Weekly Portion .if the IJIW Hebrew School dally at 4 o'clock. Sunday SCIKMII every Sunday at 10 a. m. RKTH SHOI.KM < KNTKR, Conservative, 761 41st St.. Miami Reach.— Friday evening servirp at 8 IS conducted by Rabbi I.eon Kroniah. The Hahhi will preach on "Peace. Peace There Is No Peace" This is part two %  if the sermon dedicated to Armistice Day. Cantor l.oni* llayman will chant snd lead community singing. An Oneg Sh.il.al will follow Hi,, services. Mrs Rebecca Hofman will serve as host>'ss. tinued, unless the Board or the Anglo-Jewish Association fall to uphold the view that Jews are primarily a religious and not a political entity. CALL 3003-23 Coral Way Don't Tolerate— Exterminate Specialized Carpet and Upholstery CLEANING MOTH PROOFING DEODORIZING MILDEW PROOFING Rugs Processed On Floor Dry In 3 Houn No Shrinkage An Exclusive Process Not Shampooing ATR SERVICE CO. 66 N. E. 50th Terrace Phone 78-1961 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING ON OR ABOUT NOVEMBER 26th VICTOR HOTEL Ocean Drive at 12th Street Miami Beach Managed and Operated By D. Rosner PHONE 5-004 1 DIETARY LAWS RUNMANIAN JEWRY IS SPLIT IN TWO CAMPS Bucharest (JTA) — Organized Jewry in Rumania split into two camps this week when the Rumanian Government, acting on the advice of Dr. William Fllderman. prominent Jewish leader, appointed a "General Jewish Council" to act as a central political representative body for all the Jews of the country. The Zionist Organization and the Jewish Party announced that they would not participate in the Council and do not consider the newly erected body representative of the Jews of Rumania. In advising the government to create the Council, Dr. Filderman stipulated that it was to be composed only of members of the Jewish groups which are collaborating with the present regime. B. de C. ROTHSCHILD REAL ESTATE in all its branches. Houses—Lots—Business Property 206 Alhambra Circle Coral Cables Phone 4-3284 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM IMS N. W. 7th St. Ph. S-7301 %  eat cars for chronic sick, convt. %  •scent and elderly rvorLarj. 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PAGE SIX vJewlsti ncrktton HE'S GOT SOMETHING ON THE BALL Si •v MANY JEWS TO SERVE IN THE 79TH CONGRESS Washington (JTA—The same number of Jews will serve in the seventh-ninth Congress as served in the seventy-eighth Congress but not the same Jews, it appeared on the basis of almost complete election returns. Re-elected for another term in office were Reps. Sol Bloom, Emanuel Celler. and Samuel Dickstein, New York Democrats; Rep. Adolph A. Sabath. Chicago Democrat, and Rep. Samuel A. Weiss, Penn. Democrat. Newly elected to Congress are Benjamin A. Rabin and Deo L. Rayfiel, both New York Democrats. Rep. Daniel Ellison. Maryland Republican, was defeated for re-election and Rep. Arthur Klein, N. Y. Democrat, previously lost out in a primary bout with Rep. Dickstein when the reapportionment of election districts in Manhattan pitted them against one another. The defeat of Rep. Ranulf Compton, Conn. Republican, an ardent anti-new dealer, was not expected to have an adverse effect on the passage of the Palestine bill which he co-sponsored, since the bill is in the hands of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. MISSION BEING SENT TO LIBERATED POLAND Washington (JTA) -The UNR RA mission which is being sent to liberated section of Poland expects to leave within a few weeks, it was announced by DirectorGeneral Herbert H. Lehman, who said that the Soviet Government had been "absolutely cordial" and that he did not doubt that it would continue to be so. Addressing a press conference marking the first anniversary of the signing of UNRRA agreement, Mr. Lehman stressed that all supplies will be distributed in accordance with principles prohibiting discrimination on basis of religion, color or political belief. Distribution, he said, would be under the direction of local officials, but UNRRA personnel would be on the scene to see that the above provisions were carried out. Mr. Lehman said that he planned to leave for England within a few days, from where he will visit the liberated countries of Europe. SCHWARTZ TO RESUME EUROPEAN ACTIVITIES New York (JTA)—Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, European chairman of the American Jewish Joint distribution Committee, left the United States by clipper this week for London to resume direction of the J.D.C.'s European activities. He had been in this country since the end of August, consulting with J.D.C. officers and executives regarding immediate and post-war plans for the rescue, relief and rehabilitation of Jews in Europe. fllT-fl-BlIE flESfflUNHT AND SANDWICH SHOP PLATE LUNCHES COLD DRINKS AL. HAYDEN. PROP. "OPEN 24 HOURS" 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-9361 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avt. Miami Beach In New York Oft Si Amsterdam Avt 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAJ1LLAC AMBULANCE '.944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT BETH JACOB LADIES TO GIVE CONCERT SERIES The concert being prepared by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood is rapidly rounding Into shape and the program! are being readied. The j first half of the concert will inelude a gala array of vocalists and instrumentalists including Miss %  Evelyn Raff, well-known soprano; Jan Turkiewicz. concert violinist; Lt. Carl Wagner, operatic tenor; Fred Riebel. operatic baritone; Miss Doris Feldman, harpist; Wiebolt Turkiewicz. concert pianist; Miss Judy Nelson, 15-year old singer (Mrs. Nelson at the piano). Dr. Arturo di Filippl has arranged part of the program which includes classic and semi-classic selections. The second half of the program will be presented by the Lenore School of the Dramatic Arts, and will include, dancers, players and musicians. The concert is to be held at the j Miami Beach High School audltorium. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is ticket chairman and Mrs. L. Glasser program chairman. PRIORITY TO BE GIVEN TO JEWISH CHILDREN New York (JTA)—Priority in immigration of Jewish victims of Nazism in Europe will have to be given to tens of thousands of orphaned Jewish children who are stranded and helpless In the countries liberated by the Allied armies, Bernard Joseph, legal adviser to the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared at a press conference here. Mr. Joseph just arrived in this country from Palestine. "The Jews of Palestine," Mr. Joseph reported, "were gratified by the recent pronouncement of President Roosevelt, pledging his support for the program of establishing Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth. They trust that in the just peace which the principal Allied Powers have repeatedly declared their determination to Insure when the war is won. justice will also at long last be done to the Jewish people." FIGHT ON RACIAL BIAS TO BEGIN IN CHILDREN New York (JTA) -The fight on racial bias must begin In childhood, and it is the responsibility of teachers to inculcate democratic principles in their students, 1,000 teachers attending the annual conference of the New Jersey Education Association were told at the conference's final session. Teachers were urged to present| constructive points of view on j these issues: 1. The meaning of i prejudice and the damage it does, i 2. The mischief of color as the basis for discrimination and judgJ ment. 3. The identity of the blood of all people. 4. The equality of j races. 5. Respect for all human ] personality and the infinite signl, ficance of every human soul. 6. The universal interplay of heredity and environment. !" >AY, NOVEMBpp i. KINGS rtfMARINE SERGEANratocAMFF IN THE Tt FORMING OFABEMAMA ATOLL. McANIFF DISCARDED HIS • if 1FLE, GRABBED A CANTEEN AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES RAN !" OROSS GROUND SWEPT BY JAP MACHINE GUN BULLETS TO -1iWOOhJbED MARINES tflNG W A FOX HOLEHE ADMINS\ "> FRST AJD AND CARRieo ONE Gf_TrCM BACK TO SAFCT^ PROBUS CLUB HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS Last Monday the Probus Club j held its annual dinner and election of officers. This club is a local divlc and charitable organization composed of business and professional men of the city, who meet each Tuesday. Chosen as officers were: President, Edward Lovitz; 1st vice pres-1 ident. Dr. A. E. Rosenthal; 2nd j vice president, William Shayne; secretary, George Adler; treasurj er, Alvin Cassel; directors: Sam Seitlin. Ben Kohl, Leonard Wien, Ben Hartley, Dr. Alex Kushner, Al Quadow. The club has undertaken to furnish the Coast Guard recreation room at the Coast Guard base with rugs, furniture, music, radio, I book cases and other furniture for the comfort and entertainment of I the men there. COMMITTEE TO ASSIST CHILDRE N IN HOLLAND London (JTA)—The official Netherlands News Agency reports that a committee has been formed in the liberated part of Holland to assist Jewish children who escaped the Nazis by educating them In boarding schools. The "Committee for Assisting Jewish Minors" will also offer the same opportunity to non-Jewish children whose education has been suspended because of the war, the report said. The activity of the committee will be extended as Holland's liberation proceeds. Bucharest (JTA) — MZissu, Zionist leader, this week resigned from the presidency of the unit-, ed executive of all Zionist groups in the country as a result of a f conflict which developed be[ tween him and the Zionist Labonte Party. J FOOTBALL TICKETS FOR FRIDAY'S GAME BETWEEN U. OF MIAMI AND PRESBYTERIAN IN ORANGE BOWL Now on tale for SI, $2. and $9, Plus Tax. at Burdine't, Miami and the Beach. Royal Theattr and U. of Miami. Servicemen and Students 50c. Plus Tax Tickets for Future Gam* On Sale at the U. of Miami KING'S SHOE REPAIR "THE BEST ON THE BEACH" Now Under Manaqement of Max Drosd 1679 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-9029 DUTCH SUPPER TO RE GIVEN AT Y.M. & W.H.A. Dade Chapter of the National I Children's Cardiac Home an! nounces their novel Dutch Supper | for Thursday, November 23, 6 p. m. at the Y.M. & W.H.A.. 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. "BrlnK the family for not only deliciously planned food but also for an evening of games with fun for young and old." is the theme of the evening. Mrs. Gary Glatt, chairman of Ways and Means, has appointed Mrs. Chas. Marienthal to direct this event, assisted by a large com' mittee. BRANCH 692 TO HOLD PARTY FOR ROOSEVELT The Arbeiter Ring, Branch No. 692 will celebrate the re-election of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt with a banquet supper j and concert Sunday, November 19 at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The affair, starting at 6 1 p. m., will present a number of I speakers. Tickets sell for $1.50 and are limited. It is suggested that I early reservations be made, by I ; calling Mr. Leibson at the Beach | (5-7696) or Morris Jacobs in Miami (2-8336). Anyone who has clothing or other articles for Russia and PoI land may have them picked up I by calling Mr. Jacobs, 2-8336 EVENING STUDY THE DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Aviation. Art. Accounting. Job Analysi*. Botaay. English Composition. Modern Drama English Literature. French. Current History. Current U. S.Brasilian Relations. Social and Economic Relations between U. S. and Latin American Countries. Laboratory Technology, Mathematics in Daily LUElementary Conreftational Spanish. Intermediate Spanish. Elementary and Intermediate Portuguese, Social Psychology. Introduction to Sociology. For Further Information Call Tha Division of Adult Education 44)801 New York (JTA)-The future K a .w Jewish Pale sine hinges on whether or not the British Government is convinced that it can depend on the loyalty of Jews m the Middle East. Dr. Nahtum • OId A man member of the Jewish Agency, reported here. NOW OPEN! Russian Bear Restaurant COCKTAILS — W I N E S — L I Q U O R S STEAKS and CHOPS NO MINIMUM NO COVER 929 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-7846



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PAGE TWO 9-JewlsHhrkUan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ft Lt. and Mrs. Robert M. Metsky are now at their home, 835 Alton Road, Miami Beach, following their marriage on September 24 in the Lieutenant's home town, Newark, N. J., to the former Miss Ruth S. Alpert, of this city. The wedding took place at the Sheraton Hotel and the ceremony was performed by Chaplain Colman A Zwitman of Temple Israel, Miami, now stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J. A dinner reception followed the ceremony The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morria Alpert, 1435 West Ave., Miami Beach, was attended by her sister, wife of Lt. Arthur Gold of Boston, as matron of honor, and her niece, Renee Sheilla Nussbaum of Fairlawn, N. J., as flower girl. Lt. Harold Rcssler of Newark, N. J„ was the groom's attendant as best man. Mrs. Metsky is a graduate of. the Miami Beach High School, | where she was a member of the National Honor Society, and the Thespian Club. She attended the University of Miami, University of Alabama, where where she was an active member of the Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Last June she was graduated from the Northwestern Dental School as a Hygienist, and a few days prior to her wedding she took and passed the Florida State Board examination, given by the Board of Examiners at Jacksonville, Fla. Lt. Metsky attended the University of Newark, New York University, and the Fawcett School or Art He is now sta-1 tioned at the Miami Air Depot, and prior to his entering the United States Army, was in the advertising business in Newark, N. J. WEDDINGS Mr. Harry Menacker and Miss Bell Schnipper were united in marriage last Tuesday at the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Mr. Menacker is one of the owners of the Alamac Hotel. Miami Beach. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aron announce the Bar Mitzvah of thenson, Jules, at services Saturday morning at the Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond to the confirmand's address. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Irwin, at services on Saturday. Nov. 25, at Beth Jacob. 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. On Sunday, Nov. 26, Mr. and Mrs. Wucher will hold open house at their home, 1618 West Ave., Miami Beach. Friends and relatives are invited to attend Formal invitations are not being issued Miss Marion Schreter, 528 N. E. 26th St., will become the wife of Lieut, (jg) Richard L. Frank at a ceremony to be held at the home of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer, 583 N. E. 56th St., on Saturday, Nov. 25, at 6 p. m. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will officiate Miss Schreter attended Miami High School, and was graduated from Northwestern University, School of Dental Hygiene. Lieut. Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Frank of Nashville. Tenn., attended the University of Tennessee. After returning from 16 months active duty in the Central and Southwest Pacific, he is now stationed in Little Creek, Va., where the couple will reside. BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. Max Kleinbert, 1330 Pennsylvania Ave.. announce the birth of a daughter, Nov. 8. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Landes of 1444 S. W. 5th St., on Nov. 7th at the Jackson ivlemorial Hospital. FOR THE HOLIDAYS GIVE Gift Stationery Children's novelty stationery .. "Little Man" and "Little Women" boxes with gay border designs Box 69c "Sweetheart Rose" .... Grey single sheets with rose design border lined envelopes ... box $ 1 Royalty vellum box with double sheets, small folded notes and envelopes. White, pink or blue. box $1 Air-weight paper for overseas letters white sheer; 50 sheets. 50 envelopes and package of airmail stickers box $1.50 Crane's fine paper ... 50 folded sheets in blush pink, white or blue. 25 notes, envelopes box $3.50 MIAMI STORE STATIONERY SECOND FLOOR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Levitt announce the li.th of a daighter, Geri Lee, on Nov. 4. 19^4. at 'ackson Mtmonal Hospital. lincoin MIAMI HACH OWN m r M nrwATm EAST FLAGUI AT hi Mr. and Mrs. Myer Pransky left today after spending a brief vacation at the Jefferson Hotel, Miami Beach. Residents of Los Angeles, they arrived here completing a two months tour of the United States Mr. Pransky has been very active in the civic and communal life of his home town. He is President of the Los Angeles Property Owners Association, and Vice President of the American Jewish Congress. During the Fifth War Loan he received a citation for his efforts and accamplishments. The Ffranskys are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Reicher. also of Los Angeles. Mr. Sam Zinkow is visiting here from Atlanta, Ga. Lieut, (sg) Max Pepper, who has been visiting with nis family here, will leave Saturday to return to Jacksonville for temporary duty there. Mrs. Moses Kreiger, 1114 Alton Road, left yesterday for an extended visit with relatives in Chicago and California. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum announce the marriage of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Tech. Sgt. Maurice Kornick, an event of Oct. 15, at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated Attending the bride were Mrs. Paul Silverman, matron of honor, and Miss Florence Cromer, maid of honor. Mr. Ralph Gold was best man. After the wedding, a dinner and reception were held at Antilla Hotel in Coral Gables. DR. STEPHEN S. WISE TO RECEIVE 1944 AWARD Philadelphia (JTA)—The 1M4 Brith Sholem Award will be bestowed upon Dr. Stephen S. Wlae, it waa announced by the Brith Sholem National Activities Committee. The annual award is conferred upon persona who have distinguished themselves in the service of America and humane endeavors. Miss Rose Blank, Di Lido Island, Miami Beach, has returned to her home after spending the summer in Colorado and New York. fPPJTOI NVl AI ).<( I Op&n 11:45 AT THREE THEATRES Restless, rackless rogues of the road reveling in the chase, glorying in the fight—lured by the prize of love! "GYPSY WILDCAT" IN TECHNICOLOR MARIA MONTEZ JON HALL PETER COE NIGEL BRUCE GALE SONDERGAARD DOUGLAS DUMBRILLE CURT BOIS 'Glory! Pageantry I Lust! Torture*!' Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned to the city after a Northern trip. Mrs. Ernest Marks and daughter, Sari, of Birmingham, Ala, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver, 120 S. E. 13th St. Mrs. Marks and daughter arrived in Miami Nov. 12, after spending two weeks in Naples, Fla., leaving yesterday for home. Da PALAY OPENS UP OFFICES AT M BEACH Dr. Lewis Palay, specialist in the allergies, and ear, nose, and throat, has opened up offices at 541 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. A graduate of Western Reserve University and the University of Louisville Medical School Dr. Palay practiced medicine in New York City for six years before coming here. Mrs. Kornick is %  graduatt 1 Miami Senior High School. Sh also attended the University sj North Carolina and the Univtr. sity of Miami. .,?** %  Kornick. stationed at the Miami Army Air Field, u the ^\ o t ^iand Mrs Phil Kor nick of Chicago, 111. .. A t 1 ei \ a honeymoon tra through the State, Sgt and Mrs. !" u c e Kornick are at home at 400 N. W. South River Drive Miami. CHECKER CAB BODY E BLOOD DONORS 100% Following their usual policy ol | being the leaders in a movements for the hetterment of the I community, the Segals, opentors of the Checker Cab Co. on Miami Beach, made amogements last Wednesday to hare their entire organization become blood donors. The father, Marris, and two sons, William and I Stanley, previously took care oil having all their employees examined before the mobile unit of the Blood Bank came to recent donations. They also arranged so that the night crew, who or-1 dinarily leave early in the morning, would be on hand for the I occasion. The Segals have been I long time residents of Miami | Beach. Arrangements for the! group donation were announced I Monday by Rudy Adler of the Blood Donors council who stated I that the Blood Bank is richer by [ 25 contributions. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Mazow, Houston. Texas, are visiting with their sister and brother-in-law. Cantor and Mrs. Abraham Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. F E. Stern of Baltimore will arrive in Miami Nov. 18, to spend the winter. The Sterns will reside at 1866 North Bayshore Drive, Miami. Mr. Max L. Rose, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose. Mr. Rose's stay with his son, Executive Director of the local Federation, will be brought to a close on Nov. 20. The Brism of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nadler and Pvt. and Mrs. N. Murray Weyner. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kurefeld took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtel officiating. Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ait'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY iated Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami 'wish Orthodox, Schaaiei Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes Jiottl* favtlux* 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.. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewist HcrkHan 1.5" 1 • he Jewish Floridian it and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. >. 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, 1878 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor H A T HEN HERE -TIDBITS FROM EVER SBEUgSBLg m Muctfy eorifidervUal Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944 KISLEV 1, 5704 VOLUME 17, NUMBER 46 A STATEMENT Democracy, and that for which it stands, provides among its innumerable benefits the privileges of free speech and free press. This very democracy, for which men are fighting and'dying, enables this .expression of individual opinion, and at the same time must tolerate and expect its misuses, abuses, and extremes of expressions. Eruptions of individuals, groups, and organizations that appear on the scene from time to time, though radical, stubborn or indifferent to the *r_ l of the tremendous majority, and though unwise in their „" i, will always be a part of the American scene. i clear any minds that may be in doubt about our attitude upon the Zionist question following an advertisement in last week's issue, we have this to say. The Jewish Floridian does not agree in principle or in fact with the American Council of Judaism or with any of the purposes for which it was created. It is heartily in favor of the rebuilding of Palestine and the establishment of that country as a Jewish commonwealth. HOW AL KOHN MADE HIS POINT (Editorial from The St. Petersburg Times) Ed Johnson's cabled story on Page 13 today from the war front pays a fine tribute to Al Kohn. former Times reporter killed %  • MI. .......j. v. — j—-. -j_. OTOUn SS-W^SBS ""^" comb l hc lerrori u SffwyrsrH to fight against it. j BRIG GpN nPHQ and ho !" 'or the aged. X "I greet all those who. on the £"^ H^T UL1Ub V^Hb day after the days when we have GETS LEGION OF MERIT NOTED INDII^TBlilT 1CT known odious excesses, wish to [ tsnoTZ, JEZSSi' S.III"" struggle against the anti-Christian i Washington (JTA) Brig. Gen., Vlt*& IN BRUSSELS AT 84 racist error, fruit of pride and Julius Ochs Adler has received from Robert P. Patterson, Undergo te. of pride and which, unrecognlzing the cf humankind, wishes to A the great family to ill men belong, redeemed a extinction by Jesus Cardinal Gerlier wrote. POSTERS PRO AND CON TERRORISM DISPLAYED r„ v f f' ?f lRlum ,J TA) Sam Gottschalk. 84, Belgian industrialist and a prominent Jewish loader has died here. Mr. Gottschalk was at one time president of the Jewish community of Liege and later ... ,*.<, ,„uuii uivision i !" Jewish community m Antander of the Sixth Infantry! "„,„' w&a a m "mber of the on, which is now in the £'„.,, comm 'ttee of the Jewish ...__* r-^..._ .. Conslsto ro f Rsl^.._ .__ Secretary of War, the Legion of Merit for "exceptionaly meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding service." General Adler, who was for nearly three years assistant division comman" Division Southwest Pacific, recently returned to this country following a serious illness in New Guinea, and will revert to inactive military status Nov. 17. In civilian life he is vice president and general man-1 pores ana street lamps throughout ag er of the New York Times and : „'H I, ca Emigration Association Jeruiatom. A casual observer president and publisher of the I SKW^L* UM *•"•<* Inwould get the Impression that a | Chattanooga Times. ,tAJte ... 0 t* 16 American Jewi.h Jerusalem (JTA) Posters issued by those advocating terror and those opposing it appeared this moraing on walls, telephone Conslstolre of Belgi^Tor m.nj feTre 8 g? £• King Albert con? ill o the order ot ^e Knight of the Crown upon Mr. Gottschalk Sf-iu" l K C father of M ** Goo£ S. i Wh £ ^ P re8id ent of the lias-Ica Emigration Association Committee bTngrS '""* AFTERMATH Now it can be told that among those who took a ive part in drumming up hate against Roosevelt J? tional election campaign was Edward E. Rumley of N City ... Mr. Rumley was a paid agent of the German 6 ^ ment during the first world war. was sentenced as "p*** agent and served time in the Atlanta penitentiary i5? the 1944 campaign he was director of the Committee Wr?* stitutional Government, an organization sponsored bv — • Frank E Gannett, which campaigned ImZSmmUS," And Rumley is now under indictment for contempt of JL L. refusing to divulge to a Senate Committee the source, d 5 funds for his campaign expenditures Advice to th. n ? Heart party: Now that the 1944 campaign is over i, would T* good idea for you to take time out to cleanse your house J* gentry who. as gleefuUy reported by Washingtn columnist £ ODonnell. supported Thomas E. Dewey because uV !" "damned sick and tired" of "turning the country over Jr JL furter. Roseman. Hillman and DaveiNiles" WhTcheSi us to warn you to put no credence in this same Mr. ODonnell. pre-election prediction that a fourth Roosevelt term would s*. Mrs Anna M. Rosenberg of the WMC in the post of Secretary Mr^Z If' ^ at Mr8 ^ mightn t make 90od-2 Mr. ODonnell s announcement was made for the specific m pose of garnering anti-Semitic votes for Dewey. WE DOFF OUR HAT Orchids are due President Roosevelt for his beautiful and courageous gesture on the eve of the election Because the Republican campaign made Henry Morgenthau its target as the author of a "hard peace" plan for Germany. Roosevelt insisted that the Secretary of the Treasury accompany him on his automobile tour through his own Hyde Park district ... The President chose this means of expressing his personal esteem for Morgenthau Hats off. too, to the Permanent Fair Employment Practice Committee, of which the Reverend Allan Knight Chalmers and A. Philip Handolph are co-chairmen ... The PFEPC is doing a great job toward the elimination of discrimination in employment ... In its first 18 months of activity it has handled nearly 10.000 individual complaints. LISTEN HERE It's time to look seriously into the activities of C. Leon De Aryan of Atascadero. Calif. This gentleman is the editor of "The Broom." a pro-Fascist newspaper "The Broom" was named in a July, 1942. Federal indictment as one of the agencies participating in a plot against the United States armed forces—yet it still circulates ... If you want to be well-informed on the extent of Fascism in Argentina, get Ricardo Setaro's booklet, "Argentina Fascist Headguarters." published by the Council for Pan-American Democracy There's hope that a play called "El Judio" (The Jew) may never be seen on the boards in Mexico City The city government has been asked by the Unofficial Committee against Racial Disaimination to bar the drama because of its anti-Semitic content ... We join Hollywood's Hedda Hopper in wondering why the screen does not bring forth a good film on a Jewish theme Hedda reports that not long ago Sid Silvers had a wonderful story about a Jewish boy in the war, and interest in it ran high among Metro prducers—until one day the idea came up at an executive meeting .. Since then the theme has been smothered in dead silence, which has also been the fate of other Jewish stories of late ... Is Hollywood afraid to remind America that Jews exist, and therefore leaving the job to the Gerald K Smiths? JEWISH NEWS The first edition of "Chaira Weizmann: Statesman, Scientist. Builder of the Jewish Commonwealth," which will be published on November 27th, is already sold out. Meyer W. Weisgal. who edited the book, will be in Palestine by the time you read this The postponement to November 26th of the conference of the World Jewish Congress, to be held at Atlantic City, is regarded as interfering seriously with the second session of the American Jewish Conference, opening at Pittsburgh on December 2nd Did you know that over four hundred Jewish refugee families have been settled on American land, as farmers, in 13 states, by the Jewish Agricultural Society? ABOUT PEOPLE There's one building in Alsace which the U. S. Air Force won't bomb if it can be at all avoided That building is J property of an American, who was born in that house • %  • t ta name: Lt.-Col. William Wyler of the U. S. Air Force—the > movie director who gave us "Memphis Belle" Pianist Vladinw Horowitz amazes people with his knowledge of sports even and personalities ... His art doesn't give him much.tunew. attend such events—but he keeps upto-date by readin 3_L sports pages of his newspaper most attentively Mn £L Bauman of Los Angeles, active leader in Zionist affairs, w awarded, by your columnist, the title of the most charming ir at the Zionist convention at Atlantic City last month • %  theatre now has its fourth-generation Hommerstein %  • •? J. Sue, daughter of Oscar Hammerstein 2nd and thus gJff3 B a Ua t ,er of the Original Oscar, and she's in *e chorus Billy Rose's ambitious new production "The Seven Lively^ no relation, incidentally, to Our own Seven Arts). %  From lywood comes word that Charlie Chaplain has started wora his new film and that of his wife, Oona O'Neill, will be hn *• ing lady.



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I / PAGE TWELVE fJewlsli tier Ulan n Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 SSSJSSSS^l l7 1944 POST-ELECTION NOTES: Now that the elections are over, President Roosevelt may soon receive two separate Jewish delegations to hear their views on Palestine One will be a Zionist delegation demanding the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish State, and the other will be a delegation of non-Zionist* supporting Jewish immigration to Palestine, but opposing the establishment of a Jewish State President Roosevelt's position on the Palestine issue will become clearer after the House Committee on Foreign Affairs completes its hearings (which it will hare done by the time you read these lines) on the resolution asking for unrestricted Jewwish immigration into Palestine and for the ultimate establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth there This time, there is no doubt that the resolution will be recommended by the Foreign Affairs Committee without any opposition Watching the elec. tion campaign, the Antl-Defamalion League established that the 1944 election propaganda did not equal IMO'a for widespread use of scurrilous literature This was due to a very large extent to the fact that more campaigning was done via radio programs and less by pamphleteering ... I Another contributing element was the fact that most pro-Nazi groups had been subdued With the Presidential elections over, revived efforts will be made to gain enactment of a permanent Fair Emj ployment Practice Commission. PARTITION TALKS: Nobody can foretell how the new partition scheme for Palestine will | work out now that Lord Moyne has been assassinated by two Jew1 ish terrorists in Cairo But it can now be told that this scheme was the brainchild of the murdered i British statesman Those who I recently visited him in his office i in Cairo, could see on the wall a map showing the exact borders l of a Jewish State which Lord Moyne proposed to establish in a partitioned Palestine Much interest is being taken here in the I attitude of the Board of Deputies j of British Jews on the question of partitioning of Palestine ... A vote taken by the Board among its members showed that while 159 members favored the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine, this number shrank to ; 85 on the question of whether the Jewish State should be established in an "undivided;' Palestine I This is taken to mean that many ; Zionists in London would agree to i a Jewish Commonwealth under a partition scheme And there | are similar sentiments among many Zionists in the United States ThA question arises: What will thy^JLon-Zlonist members of I the Jevrtati Agency say if the Alj lied Nation* offer a Jewish Commonwealth under a partition scheme? Non-Zionist members of the Jewish Agency, both in this country and in England, are opposed in principle to a Jewish Commonwealth in a partitioned Palm Beach Notes MBS. MARY SCHREBN1CX hp iso kr tlv A. Levin. 420 20th St., has received word that his son. Cpl. Ira Levin, has seen served with an armored division in France. Lt. Martin Gold is on duty in the Pacific, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold. Hammon Ave.. Palm Beach. Lt. Gold is a graduate of the Citadel. S 1/c Harold Moss participated in one of the invasions of France. Seaman Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss, enlisted in 1941. B'nai B'rith held its regular meeting Wednesday night at Sher Memorial hall." Robert Lurie spoke to the gathering on national war work service. Joe. H. Lesser was elected cubmaster of Pack 2, sponsored by the Belvedere School PTA, at a meeting Thursday night attended by about 15 boys and parents. Miss Esther Barash is out for basketball at the Florida State College for Women. Miss Phyllis Freeman, of West Palm Beach, is one of the many young women who are reporters at the College. Mrs. Charles Leboy (Frances Gold) and her daughter, Marcia, have arrived here from Greenwood, Miss, to spend the season with Mrs. Leboy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold, Hammon Ave., Palm Beach. Cpl. Leboy is with the air corps band at the Greenwood Air Base. Rev. Ezekiel Panitz and Mrs. Panitz have arrived from Baltimore, Md. to make their home here. Mrs. Hauaman of Ellenville, N. Y. arrived in West Palm Beach to spend the winter with her brotherin-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trachtenberg. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County. leaiurinc .Nationally Famous Southern Dainei %  € %  criiU ducts and lea Crtim WMfU • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONFERGUSON FUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. AMBULANCE SERVICE MLZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Ha. LFAR CREAMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Palestine the best possible solution to the Arab-Jewish problem? Will they oppose Roosevelt and Churchill's views? A STATEMAN'S LIFE: Many interesting details of the life of Bernard Baruch are revealed in a book about him by Carter Field, a Washington journalist, Just published by Whittlesey House The volume entitled "Bernard Baruch—Park Bench Statesman" reveals that the adviser to five Presidents through two wars studied Hebrew in his early youth His teacher was a Portuguese rabbi, Dr. Mendes His mother. Belle Wolfe Baruch, was the seventh generation of her family in America She was happy [ to move from Camden, South Carolina, to New York after she married, "because at Camden there had been no synagogue" She had always insisted that her children dress up on SaturI days, and this was the day when ; her children wore shoes The ] engagement of her parents was contracted in the old Jewish manner, with stipulations as to dowry and what the groom should bring to the household in the way of wordly wealth ... It was dated: "70th year of Independence of the United States, and month of Cheshvan 5606" When living in Camden. she had longed for regular religious services, and these the Baruchs had when they moved to New York in 1881 Bernard was then 11 years old His father, Dr. Simon Baruch, was a Jewish Immigrant from East Prussia who came to this country when only fifteen, hating Prussian militarism ... He served in the Confederate army as a surgeon We have no room to list the offices Bernard Baruch has held, but though he is now special adviser to the Director of War Mobilization, which covers a good deal of ground, his favorite office is a park bench in Washington He started work with a brokerage firm, at |5 a week, before he was thirty he had made a million dollars and lost it ... He proceeded to make many other millions, and kept them Until recently, when he began giving them away. MEN AND DEEDS: Dr. Leon Roth, rector of the Hebrew University, came, saw and conquered He has been in this country for less than a month, but we hear that he has already succeeded in securing $250,000 from a wealthy American Jew for the expansion of the activities of the University And it seems that he has many more such prospects for substantial contributions Our heartiest congratulations to James N. Rosenberg, active leader of the Joint Distribution Committee, on the occasion of his 70th birthday on Nov. 20 Here is a Jewish leader who has a record not only in humanitarian activities, but also as a painter, writer, theatrical producer and as one of the most brilliant lawyers in the country .. There is a good deal of criticism of Hollywood studios which are afraid to put a Jewish story on the screen Metro is reported to have a wonderful story about a Jewish boy in the war, but apparently lost its enthusiasm at the idea of producing it Paramount is similarly reported to own one of the greatest Jewish stories ever written for the screen, but seems to be afraid of producing it ... It has long been asked: Why do Jewish producers not hesitate to film such themes as "The Song of Bernadette" and why do they not have sufficient courage to produce a picture on the epic Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto? Notes Of M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER BALLANTINE'S ALE r America's Finttt Sinct 1840 DUmUBOTBD IY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. TUomi for REST CONVALESCENCE -~JCHRONICCASES f Sun-RayPark Health Resort THIS COLUMN finally broke into print again last week after several weeks absence. Tours truly was out of the city for awhile. However, quite a bit of activity is taking place at the Y these days and there will be plenty of news from here on out. WOMEN'S ACTIVITY COMMITTEE: Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, Chairman of the Women's Activity Committee, announces that plans are being completed for the fashion show to be held at the Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St., Miami, on Sunday evening, November 26. Mr. Ben Hartley, of Hartley's Inc., a life member of the Y, has consented to furnish all of the clothes for the show. The models will be selected by the various clubs at the Y. Following the fashion show, a fine musical program will be presented. Those serving on the committee with Mrs. Michaels are: Mesdames Sylvia Chertkof, Bea Stepkin, Mollie Kaufman, Anne Jacobs, Anne Koven, Minna Levine, Miriam Sager, Ethel Crossman and Dollie Lefkove. This promises to be an outstanding affair and it will be well worth while for you to attend. CARNIVAL CLUB: The Carnival Club is an organization at the Y consisting of boys and girls between the ages of 12 to 14 years. This group will run a benefit for the Heroes' Phone Fund on Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 8 o'clock. The members urge the adults to cooperate in giving this affair and to attend same. FORUM GROUP: The Y Forum Group will hold its regular meeting next Wednesday evening November 22, at the Y. Joseph Tepper will serve as moderator. Many worth while and timely suggestions have been discussed by the Forum and everyone who has attended in the past has been benefited by the knowledge gained there BOWLING LEAGUE: The v Bowling League held its JS Y nual Banquet last Monday "Jj The guest speakers of KtJSc were: Leo Ackerman and ZSl Grossman. Milt Friedman £SS as toast master. A fine ev2 was enjoyed by all. Those IM3 to be donated to the HerW Phone Fund In the name oVX MISS SEBULSKY APPOINT ED: Miss Bess Sebulaky has been engaged by the Y Personnel (T mlttee to serve as Youth Activitie, Director. Miss Sebulsky will be in charge of all Youth Clubs at the Y and will be there daily to direct all Youth Programs. WAR LOAN DRIVE: The Sixth National War Loan Drive commences on November 20 and ends on December 16. The Y urges everyone to purchase Bonds ud Stamps in this Drive. The more you buy, the sooner the war wiD end and our loved ones will return from service. TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Dining Room Open to Public Strict Dietary Cuisine ffr#M*j"f^^ %  „ %  a in—* m ADVANTAGES \ of a IKVI>E PEHEta\L MORTGAGE ^v LOW RATES BASY PAYMENTS LONQ TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION M SOUHCESOVH..0 M00 *.******* ^4



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\ mt1 NO VEMBER 17, 1944 ^•Jewlstnorldian PAGE NINE 'NAI BRITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By MURIEL LEVIN Copyright, 1944. JcwlHh Ielegiaphlc Agency. Inc. M Tuesday evening, approxij £iv two hundred members and 52? wives had the pleasure of SnT Robert Lurie. National ^Service Director of B'nai rttb and I apeak advisably, were Sled by his remarks. The J*ker doffed his stenorlan manJ?SS spoke heart to heart with gSTdlSce. His inflection and Mion were faultless and the clear See of his voice held the 2 attention of aU there. Be£ this, he had plenty to say ,nd I believe that I express the flon of all when I •&*** Zi it in no uncertain terms. The %  Tridents cited by the speaker of I Z war service activities of the National Order were revealing and Mi innuendos appealing: for action £ open action will not be unu-aillnff. Tt to the flr8t Ume that I hive seen a B'nai B'rith group Lore the lateness of the hour in Terence to a speaker. To those ho were not there, you missed wmething; really worthwhile. In a short business meeting held prior to the address, the Lodge athusiasically adopted the project of providing: a day room at the Nautilus Hospital on Miami Beach tnd pledged the organization to the extent of $2500 for furnishing ind promoting this much needed room. Enthusiasm ran rife and the mm of J700 was voluntarily contributed (even though our President stated that we could not jobct donation of money). I personally saw Milton tremble for awhile and I attributed that to the emoUons felt by all due to a desire to really serve our community needs especially to the returnees. In addition, the Auxiliary approved the entire project and WHICH IS THE BEST BAR IN TOWN? HARP VAUGHAN'S MEXICANA Cocktail Lounge Corner 10th and Collins HOTEL EVANS ARCADE Summer Price* Now MIAMI FURRIERS Incorporated Storage Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. E. 1ST ST. ROOM 715-16 PHONE 2-5720 I WANT MY MILK *"d Be Sure Irs FLORIDA. DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "IV MUk #, Milk Product" D cro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oar Farm at •MO *. W 31nd Street outside of raising the money I personally feel that the success of this day room will be large attributable to the ladles. The ladies and men also undertook a joint project with the J.W.B. and U.S.O. to furnish sleeping accommodations for all visiting service men over the weekends at the Miami Beach Y. Cots and all necessary equipment will be furnished by the J.W.B. and U.S.O.; the space will be contributed by the Miami Beach Y and our Joint organizations will undertake to furnished Sunday morning breakfasts for all men sleeping over. It would be redundant to go into the merits of these war service projects. Brother Sam Silver announced his Sixth War Loan Committee and gave a summary of the preparatory efforts in starting the tremendous bond drive to begin November 20. Brother Silver urges each of us to hold his money for bond purchases until the word "go" is given. Every bank in the community has expressed its willingness to credit bond purchases to B'nai B'rith when requested and whenever you buy a bond at whatever agency, please request that B'nai B'rith receive credit therefor. The concluding business of the meeting consisted of the nominating of the officers for next year and they are as follows: For president: Harold Turk, unopposed: For first vice-president: Nat Roth, unopposed; For second vice-president: Sam Silver, George Bertman, Marx Fein berg; For recording secretary: Maurice Cromer, Marx Feinberg; For treasurer: S. B. Miller, unopposed ; For financial secretary: Alex Cohen, unopposed; For monitor: Milton Friedman; For assistant monitor: Max Silver, Fred Shochet, George Goldberg, Eddie Newman; For guardian: Ernest Sussman; For warden: Garry Glatt; For trustees for three years: Sol Goldstrom, Isidor Goldstein, Max Mintzer, George Adler, Morris Gerstein; For trustees for one year: George Bertman, Jerome Freehling. Morris Gerstein, Harry* Gerstein, Bernard Feiner. 'Let Me Get You Some O*. MIIIS ANTI-PAIN PI IVBTITH YOUR responsibilities, iW can you afford to let a Headache. Muscular Pains, Functional Monthly Pains or Simple Neuralgia slow you down? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills have been bringing relief from these common discomforts for nearly sixty years. .Countless American housewives consider Anti-Pain Pills almost as much of a necessity in the medicine cabinet, as is flour in the kitchen cupboard. They have Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills in the house, many of them carry these little pain relievers in purse or handbair. They are prepared for these minor aches and pains that sometimes occur in almost every family —ARE YOU? Dr. Miles AnliPain Pills are pleasant to take and do not upset the stomach. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at vour drug store. Regular Jackie 25 tablet. 25* Economy package 125 tablets $1.00. BeM directions and use only as direc ted. ^_____ What should be done with Germany after the war is a matter of intense interest here as elsewhere. The problem occupies much time and thought on the part of Washington officialdom. On a valid solution depends not only the welfare of -the Germans but, as has been pointed out again and again, the future peace and well-being of the entire world. Our failure, therefore, to undertake the reeducation of those Germans over whom we have jurisdiction here in the United States, is a source of considerable disappointment to Washington observers. Of particular concern to all who see the necessity of reconstituting Germany along democratic lines is the problem of finding Germans with the desirable political and ethical backgrounds with whom to deal. Germans are needed to set up a democratic government in Germany; Germans are needed to re-educate Nazified children; Germans are needed to bring sense to the insanity of Germany. All this because the primary aim is ot avoid a third debacle involving all the peoples of the world, and a psychologically-sound German people is a pre-requisite. Official groups here have advanced the possibility of utilizing the concentration camp graduates as teachers. The fear, however, is that the number of survivors may be vastly inadequate for the task. Exiled Germans have in many instances made new homes for themselves in the lands of refuge and will be unwilling to return to the scene of the crimes against them. Almost 300.000 German prisoners-of-war are now being held within the continental limits of the United States. These at least, it is felt, we could attempt to convert. No one can deny that there exist, a certain number among those quartered here who are beyond "democratization," who would do nothing to spread the gospel of democracy on their return. But whatever the opportunities of lightening the post-war load, we are not exploring them. The Provost Marshall Generals office silences those who condemn the War Department's' lack of foresight by stating that the provisions of the Geneva Convention protecting war prisoners prohibit indoctrination. There were even attempts to prevent anti-Nazi German-language newspapers from being distribtued at strategic posts within prisoner-of-war camps. The fact is that there is no such prohibition in the articles of the Geneva Convention! The War Department was acting on an interpretation in the name of "preserving order." Most of the public worrying has been about "coddling" the prisoners. The fact that we are coddling Nazi ideologies has received secondary notice. Yet, for our failure to equip Germans with the philosophy of racial equality, if international cooperation, of political and economic democracy, the rest of Germany and the rest of the world may again suffer much. We have the opportunity to provide Germany with a democratically-educated nucleus—and we are not taking advantage of that opportunity. There is doubt that the re-education of the Germans must eventually be accomplished. The present inertia on the part of our military men is only a postponement. But it will mean that the task will be many times as difficult when it is finally undertaken. Try it NOW! Our Film Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Reflecting the trend toward religious themes which is said to be always true of times of conflict and stress, Hollywood today probably has more religious subjects in production or preparation, or being edited, than any period since the last war. Paramount's current box-office sensation, "Going My Way" and Franz Werfel's "The Song of Bernadette" seem to have touched off the spark. However, the .success of Warner's "Sons of Liberty," with Claude Rains as Haym Solomon, undoubtedly encouraged other studios which had previously shied from metaphysical subjects after winning an Academy Award. Is it that a spiritual surge has swept over Hollywood, too, or that the films, in any case, have come of age? • Irna Phillips, one of radio's foremost playwrights this week enters her 15th year of continuous scripting. Irna writes "Women In White," "The Guiding Light," "Today's Children" and "Road to Life" —four fifteen-minute radio programs which are broadcast five times a week each, fifty-two weeks a year! Incidentally, this female writing genius earns more than five thousand dollars weekly for her ability to keep radio listeners' ears glued to their loudspeakers. Paramount has completed plans for the production of Irving Berlin's "Blue Skies." to be produced and directed by Mark Sandrich, who is responsible for such hits as "I Love A Soldier" and "So Proudly We Hail." The story, based upon an original idea by Irving, now is being developed by him and Sandrich, for filming in Technicolor. Twenty of Berlin's most famous songs, many of them never before used in a picture, and several new tunes by the composer will be employed in this production. Irving checked into the studio this week. "Blue Skies" is Berlin's first original picture since he and Sandrich combined talents to make the memorable "Holiday Inn" for Paramount several years ago. "This Is the Army," Irving's great patriotic effort, was produced first as a stage play before being transferred to the screen by Warner Bros. More than 100,000 persons have already responded to the Eddie Cantor "Christmas Gifts for Hospitalized Servicemen" campaign. Eddie asks me to request, you however, to remember to send your gifts to your nearest American Legion post or to leave them at the department store where purchased, In order to facilitate delivery. • • • Hollywood's growing hope for an early victory in Europe has caused no letdown in the efforts of the Hollywood Victory Committee. Every since Pearl Harbor, this organization has chalked up an enviable record in the matter of getting typical American entertainment to troops overseas. That there will be no relaxation until the war is won is evidenced by its report for September, 1944. During that month, 396 performers made a total of 1511 appearIMPROVED ROKEACIW "y/YYAFAT ances. These "soldiers in greasepaint" followed American armies everywhere, playing shows sometimes within a mile or two of the front lines. Dinah Shore, Edward G. Robinson, Blng Crosby and Paulette Goddard led entertainment groups into France. Jack Benny, Bob Hope, John Garfield, Louise Ralner and Spencer Tracy trouped in the Pacific area. Ben Blue, Ingrid Bergman, Gary Cooper and Ann Sheridan were in the China-Burma-India theatre of war. The September figures brought the Victory Committee record to a total of 3,433 individual performers making 34,151 appearances since the committee was formed at the outbreak of war. That's show-business for you — fighting on all fronts—with courageous talent. George Jessel was making a political speech on the same platform with Sidney Hlllman when he was suddenly seized with a coughing spell. He paused for a moment, and then, appealing to the audience, said: "Pardon me, while I clear my throat with Sidney!" • • Fanny Brice tells me that she received her earliest theatrical training as an unseen kibitzer. Fanny would slip into a theatre early in the morning during cleaning-time and hide until the curtain went up. There she stayed, and looked and listened, until the house lights went down and the theatre was closed for the night! • • • LAST SECOND SCOOPS: Warners is going to remake "Three Men On a Horse," which is last filmed in 1936. Jack Warner has assigned Alex Gottlieb who recently finished "Janie" to produce the play and Gottlieb figures on making it a showcase for some of the studio's younger acting talent Clifford Odets, whose current "None But The Lonely Heart" is breaking box-office records everywhere, has been assigned the screenplay on the Theodore Dreiser novel, "Sister Carrie," to be made again by RKO Parkyakarkus says the only man he ever knew to make a legitimate fortune out of crooked dough was a pretzel manufacturer Scenaristplaywright-producer Ben Hecht's daughter, Edwina, in Hollywood from Rio de Janeiro with her husband, a mercantile executive, has been signed by MGM as a writer Final Script on "Weekend At the Waldorf," by Sam and Bella Spewack (remember their hit, "Boy Meets Girl?"), as been completed and the picture goes before the camera next week. 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