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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 )
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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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^LUME 17-NUMBER 47
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
Sam Silver, chairman of the
Bond Drive Committee of B'nai
B'rith. announced that the ac-
tivities of his organization are
now in full swing for the Sixth
War Loan Drive.
Lee Mason, announcer at
WFTL, invited the Bond Drive
Committee to participate in a
Bond program which will be
broadcast on Sunday evening
from nine until nine thirty.
The Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith
has been placed in charge of
Bond sales at the Cameo Theater
Monday, Nov. 27. The price of
admission will be the purchase of
a War Bond.
Thursday of next week, the
organization will sponsor the
street rally in front of Burdines
from 12 until 2. Many scarce
items will be auctioned off at
that time. A demonstration flight
instruction has been offered by
the Miami Aviation Center to
the highest bond bidder. Enter-
tainment will be furnished by
the Army Hospital orchestra of
Coral Gables.
Robert Fidler of WIOD will
conduct the broadcast and auc-
tion. He will also interview vet-
erans.
On December 7, the Committee
plans to hold a Pearl Harbor Day
Rally at Miami Beach. Movies
will be shown through the court-
esy of the Florida War Finance
I Committee.
Mr. Silver announced that
bonds can be purchased at any
of the banks, and credit will be
given to the organization if the
I purchaser so designates.
Working with Mr. Silver on
the committee are Sol Goldstrom.
Leo Eitenstein, Rudy Adler. Jack
Schreiber, Sam Sapiro, Joseph M.
Rose, Davi Philips, Joseph M.
lipton. Sam B. Miller, Alex S.
Cohen, Harry Geretein, Harry
Gordon, Maurice Cromer, Henry
Wolff. Clarence Feuer, Jerome
Freehling. Nat Roth and Louis
Van Gilder.
A ladies committee assisting in
the drive include Clara Landau,
Dorothy Borensteto, Josic Gold-
itrom, Ru;h Glatt, George Bert-
man, Helene Lifter, Blanche
Fern, Hannah E. Ketive. A. Z.
ce, Louis Van Gilder. Mar-
"ia Mill,!. Dollie Lefkove, Essie
Bergman, Iris Blumberg and
Jennie Gordon.
CHURCHILL SAYS FUTURE OF ZIONISM IS!CONFERENCE FOR
MENACED; URGES JEWS CRUSH OUTLAWS PALESTINE ASKS
Ijindnn MT4 \ Tk ...___ -i I
UPBUILDING FUND
Referring to the 251 terrorist means."The Yedioth Ahronoth as-
ispects who were deported from sures the Prime Minister that
Palestine to a
_----------... ... IMI MW UJ HIV UWU
ties of Jewish terrorists, Prime
Minister Churchill said this week
Commons to a waSi&X STS" ^o were darted fr'om I sures the Prime
Jewsi of Palestine to -nVh h Palestine to a camp in British 'Zionism does nt.
Stein Gang EtHna last month- the Prime lsm/ II adds lhat Jews
responsibility
--------------- I ----**** ****. .;'.! II1UUI.. I "*"- *w .ua a j .1 nil lilt
responsioimy lor curbing the Following the Prime Minister's Y>shuv, it continues, is ready to
terrorists rests with the Palestine; statement, WMlSMuK fSP Ut the- terror' '*but **
police, but emphasized that full. told Commons that every Jew I lan(i was"ot Kiven as a prize for
success depends on the whole- worthy of the name will whole- Rood conduct a"d cannot be taken
hearted cooperation of the entire. heartedly support his stand and 5ffi us, 3" a, Punishment. The
Jewish community. "This, His \ will pray that efforts to eradicate' rights of the oldest people in the
Majesty's Government is entitled
to demand and receive," he added.
Quoting a letter sent to him
by Dr. Chaim Weizmann and the
statement issued by the Jewish
Agency for Palestine
sa
win pray mat eiiorts to eradicate -- ,~ *?- "-" u ""-
"this murderous gang" are speed- I wrjd cannot be annulled by the
ily. and completely, successful, i deed of two insane youths Other
______ : papers urge the people to heed
Jerusalem (JTA)In the wake Fuhur,chill*s warning, buut reiterate
siaiciMi-iii laauL'u uy me jcwisn 0f Prime Minister Churchill's inat tne terrorism is the responsi-
Agency for Palestine in Jeru- statement in Commons, warning bllitv of onlv a sma11 *rouD-
salem. Churchill said 'these are lnat Zionist aspirations in Pales-' T .JZTT.~ ... .
ity must do his or her best to tion of Palestine's Jews to root whole, JSSSS"& W futu
bring this terrorism to an end", out the terror. Several papers, ff^JfiH"*SJIKSEEl
Describing the assassination of; however, stress that responsibil-! }* of MtfJliSE P"
Lord Moyne. British Resident. ity for the terrorism must not ,n* ut l&* l?tir n.,..
Minister of State in the Middle; be placed on the entire Jewish e Manchester Guardian.
East, by two Palestine Jews as, community. which has been consistently pro-
a "shameful crime which has 1. ,he time the Stern' ?Lon,si'-,?aywS ^hat lian?*od\but
hnefcad thi- world" Mr Churchill i ? J ITw Churchill had made the state-
fj? that ^ff ."ruTniini Gun,{ Ldlsln^uted a pamD.hlet ment it might be resented as
said that it has affected none lnrouRhout the country admitting -harsh and threatening" His
VSSfSfiSthSPSm that ? W3S 'VW thC' words however. ItSinues wiU
eslf who in the past have been assassinaUon of Lord Moynes;, ^ taken ^ blunt and sound ad.
the consistent friends of the Jews while lhe influential Arab news-, See It warns that this plain
?.^?.-5?.n8tant arehltect of tht,r Paper. Fulastin writes that "the spelling must not be the signal
for a general anti-Zionist cam-
paign. It points out that Arab
future.
"If our dreams for Zionism are
to end in the smoke of the as-
papei -----------
Churchill statement was no more
than a friendly family rebuke."
It adds, however, that this
to end in the smoke of the as- u adds howcVer. that this is terror was sternly suppressed, but
sassin s pistol and our labors for the right moment for Britain to lhat ..far from reconsidering its
its future produce only a new proclairn that it still stands by j position to the detriment, of the
set of gangsters worthy of Nazi th(. Whju. Paper Arabs, the British Government
Germany, he continued, many Addrc.s:linR a mass.meeting in ended Jewish immigration and
| like myself will have to rccon- Ha.. Moshe shertokj chjef of proposed partition." It says that
sider the position we have mam- poiltIcai department of the, terrorism is a sympton of some
tamed so consistently and so long J(.wlsll Agency, voiced "the Jew-! serious trouble and that the Gov-
111 the tWISt i......_1- ,l,.*.,^.-,;-.4i*-*r\ r*,t it\* .........vl mint fin/-) a romoriv
in the past.
Questioned by Will Thome,
Labor, who asked whether the
assassins of Lord Moyne will In-
tried by a court-martial or a
civil court, and demanded assur-
ance "against a Spanish Inquisi-
ish people's determination not to i ernment must find a remedy.
let pistol smoke dim the glory
of Zionist constructive endeavor,
and not to allow these stains to
mar the Yishuv's war effort." The
terrorists, he declared, must be
RUMANIA PROMISES TO
I RESTORE JEWS RIGHTS
Bucharest (WNS)An assur-
ance that the Jews in Rumania
will
REFUGEE I BECI
-J soon enjoy all rights to
which they are entitled under
we revived constitution was giv-
wtnis week by Lucretiu Patras-
nu, Rumanian Minister of Jus-
Iti ""'"aiuan minister ui j\
. when he declared that
-,k i*,as u--ing promulgated
I "Oolish all racial legisation."
ha h '" nc saWi "Wul I*
Inu on lne conception of com-
ft II r(*,or;,tion of Jews to their
m rights and of real restitution
I M ln, L2Li*!Pu' Zionist leader, re-
hheti,^0"1 the Presidency of
I "w united executive of all Zion-
revi.rou,ps in the country as a
ffi.of a cnfict with Zionist
iMDorites.
^alestTnebig market
|ro AMERICAN GOODS
PaSmY'Jrk.(WNS)-RaPidlV -
turai a ,ndus*ral and agricul-
teaHv. Vc''"ments in Palestine,
o ai^lf'1"! from $40,000,000
* 0000.ouo to replace worn
vast mulPmi,"t. will furnish a
ter iK for American goods
erai nZ Wal' Harry Viteles, gen-
of a,na*r of the Central Bank
P.i.r.V^rative Instifiitinna in
C!est
. 've Institutions in
e. Ltd, declared in an
fcpport
the Sixth War Loan.
BEACH ZIONISTS NAME
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Dr. Louis G. Lytton was elected
and installed president at the
meeting of the Miami Beach Zion-
ine District held last week at
the Jewish Community Center.
Vice presidents are Alex van
Stattan, Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Dr M A. Lipkin, and Isadora
Goldberg. Others installed were
' Matthew Silverstein. financial
secretary, Phillip Salmon, record-
ing secretary. Max MeiseI. cor-
responding secretary, and Morris
Newmark. treasurer.
Shepherd Broad, retiring presi-
dent, was made chairman of the
board of directors. Jake Felt m-
; stalled the officers.
Members of the board are:
Morris Berick. Abe Goodman.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Bruno Weil.
Alfred B. Rosenstem. Dr. M. A.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
IEWBH DAILY COURIER
HALTS PUBLICATION
Chicago (WNS)-The Jewish
Dailv Courier, one of the oldest
Jewish newspapers in the Unite-d
States this week suspended pub-
lication after 57 years.
"Constantly rising costs, lircs-
nlaceable personnel losses, cur-
a led business due to war con-
d, ions and mounting losses all
brought about a situation which
led to this decision." the publish-
ers declare in a statement an-
nouncing the closing of the pub-
Son which played an .mport-
LS role in the development of
Jewish communal life in L.ni
cago.
The News-Chronicle and the
Daily Telegraph urge action by
the Jews to destroy the terror-
ists, while the Daily Mail writes
that it is a tribute to the high
regard in which Dr. Weizmann
and other Zionist leaders are held
bv the British nation, that no
anti-Semitic feeling was display-
ed in Britain following the as-
sassination of Lord Moyne.
Chicago (JTA)The United
Palestine Appeal's National Con-
ference for Palestine closed here
after adopting an eight-point
program for the solution of Pales-
tine and refugee problems.
The program was adopted un-
animously by the 700 delegate*
after they heard an address by
James G. McDonald, chairman of
the President's Committee on Pol-
itical Refugee and former League
of Nations High Commissioner
for Refugees, in which he said
that the prospect of many hun-
dreds of thousands of European
Jews being able to return to
their homes in slight and. there-
fore, "Palestine offers incontest-
ably the primary hope" for these
refugees. The program calls for:
The transplanting of the many
hundred thousands of Jews who
will want and need to go top
Palestine at the end of war*
must have the full support of,
the governments of the world. )
Abandonment of the British--
White Paper of 1839, "which
stultifies every effort to build
the Jewish homeland on stable
foundations."
Unrestricted Jewish immigra-
tion into Palestine.
Right of Jews to purchase lam*
in Palestine on the same basis
asall other residents.
Recognition by world power*
of the existence of a Jewish,
commonwealth in Palestine.
A special United Nations fund
for the resettlement of homeless
Jews in the post-Hitler period.
That President Roosevelt and
the United States Government
make the necessary shipping
available to transport to Palestine
the thousands of Jews, particular-
ly orphaned children, who can
now emigrate from Europe.
That American Jews dedicate
themselves to reaching a $30.-
000,000 goal in 1945 for the basic
upbuilding and development of
programs of agencies receiving
American support through the
United Palestine Appeal.
New York (WNS)-A new in-
ternational agency with real au-
I thority and ample funds must be
I created by the United Nations to
solve the refugee problem is the
.recommendation made to*
Arieh Tartakower and Kurt &
Grossmann in "The Jewish Re-;
fugee." a 676-page volume pub-,
hshed by the Institute; of Jewish
Affairs. The document will be
nresented as a report for ais
Son at one of the ""^f*
the war emergency conference
| SV World Jewish Congress to
be held in Atlantic City from
Sunday. November 26. to Tnurs
day. November 30. It is the first
I and only complete Study dtjtoj
I with the story of the Jewish niu
'gee movement since 1933. ine
, fnstitute of Jewish Affairs is; a
I research affiliate supported Joint
grass.aandthC,s ducted bv Dr
Jacob Robinson. ^hiish
In recommending the MMrils*
force its decisions.
FAMILIES OF JEWS
NAZIS DEPORTED
EIGHT JEWS ARE NOW
ELECTED TO CONGRESS
Washington (WNS)With final
returns disclosing that Herman
i P. Koppelman has been elected
; to represent Connecticut's First
' District in the House of Repi>ev
l sentatives, the number of Jewish
' Congressmen in the 79th Con-
gress has reached eight. Koppel
l man was a member of the 77th
| Congress, but was defeated when
he ran for re-election in 1942.
Paris (JTA)The French Gov-
ernment has decided to grant fi-
nancial aid to families of Jews
deported from France by the
Germans, similar to the assistance
given families of war prisoners,
it was reported here by Marc
Yarblum, president of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Societies, ill
the course of a conference with
Sir Herbert Emerson. Director of
the Intergovernmental Commit-
tee for Refugees.
The refugee aid director as-
sured Mr. Yarblum that efforts
will be made to ascertain the
fate of the tends of thousands of
Jews who were deported from
France to Poland by the Nazis.
He said that the committee hopes
to obtain, shortly, a report on
the number who may still be
alive, and that it intends to con-
sult with the Soviet Government
They expressed special interest
in the problem of orphaned Jew-
ish children and said that the
Committee planned to care for
some of them in France, while
others will be sent to Palestine,
or other lands. Mr. Yarblum
pointed out that the number of
Palestine certificates alloted re-
cently by the British Government
for children in France. Belgium
and Switzerland was insufficient.
RESTORING PROPERTY
IS PEACE TERM CLAUSE
Washington (WNS)A resolu-
tion calling on the United States
! Government to include in its
peace treaties appropriate pro-
1 visions "for the restoration of
property, or reinbursement by
way of damages, to any and all
persons who have been deprived
of their property under the cover
of law or otherwise" by the Axis
countries was introduced this
] week by Congressman Sam-^r'
' Dickstein, New York Democrat.
i PALESTINE SEEN HAVEN
FOR THOUSANDS TEWS
New York (WNS)Despite the
; approaching end of "the Nazi
: curse," Palestine will sill offer
| the only haven for thousands of
! European Jews, former Governor
i Herbert H. Lehman, Director
General of the United Nations Re-
lief and Rehabilitation Adminis-
tration, points out in a message
to Bernard Flexner on the hitter's
election as Chairman Emeritus of
the board of directors of the
Palestine Economic Corporation.
Support the Sixth War Loan.



..Jr-.Tf"**
PAGE TWO
+Jewish fhrktiair)
BIRTHS
Capt. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta
announce the birth of a son. Paul
Chester, on November 3rd at Sa-
vannah, Ga. Mrs. Serotta is the
former Dorothy Ann Levin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Levin, 430 N. E. 29th St. The Bris
took place in Savannah with
Rabbi J. S. Youngerman presid-
ing.
A sob was born to Mr and
Mrs. Morris Kalof. 810 Alton
Road, at St. Francis Hospital No-
vember 12.
Mr. arid Mrs. Victor Obler an-
nounce the birth of a son at SI.
Franca Hospital. November 18.
BAR MITZVAH
Irwin. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Wucher. 1618 West Ave..
Miami Beach, will become bar
mitzvah at services to be held
at Beth Jacob, 311 Washington
Ave., on Saturday. The confirm-
and will address the worshipers
and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
respond.
The Wuchers will hold open
house on Sunday, 3 p. m. No
formal invitations are being is-
sued. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
"brism
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
at the following Brism during
the past week. The son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Kalof; son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pollak: and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
M. Kaplan-
Miss Rita Gessen, nationally
known permanent waving expert,
has arrived in the city to visit
with her sister at the Bonnie
Apis, on Miami Beach.
Ruth Brotman will have as her
winter guests her mother. Mrs.
Nathan Brotman, and sister, Mrs.
Sonia Lonom, of Montreal, Can-
ada, who arrived here last week.
Saul Grundwerg, 11-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg, 1236 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach, left November 8
to begin a course of study at
Flatbush Yeshiva in New York.
One of the outstanding institu-
tions of its type, Saul is the only
student from this area from
among the several hundred en-
rolled.
ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs.
Leo Chaikin entertained last
Monday evening in honor of Miss
Barbara Tubis. bride-to-be of
Melvin Weinkle. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Weinkle of this city.
Members of the family were pre-
sent at the gathering held at the
home of Mrs. Weinkle, Lenox
Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robbins,
503 12th St. Miami Beach, have
returned from New York to spend
the winter here.
Mrs. Newton Frishman, of Key
West, is in Miami visiting with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Pepper, 1683 S. W. 17th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bcrman
are back' at their home after a
lengthy summer vacation.
Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff. ex-
vice president of the Jewish Min-
isters of America, and Chaplain
of the Sanitation Department of
Greater New York, Spiritual
leader of the Congregation Tal-
mud Torah Aitz Chaim of Brook-
lyn, religious author and lectur-
er, arrived at Miami Beach, ac-
companied with his wife Mrs.
Sina Risikoff.
Rabbi Risikoff is a prominent
figure in religious, social, political
and philanthropic circles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pels. 1600
Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Elaine, to Lt. Irving
Lerner, USAAF. Chicago.
Miss Pels attended Louisiana
State university where she was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Delta Gamma Delta sorori-
ties.
Lt. Lerner attended North-
western university and was in
business in Chicago before en-
tering service. A bombardier-
navigator of the Eighth Air
Force, he completed his missions
overseas and now is attending
instructors school, San Angelo,
Tex.
>AY. NQVggER^ jgj
IT HAPPENED
THIS WEEK
By MILTON BROWN
Copyright. 1944, J. T. A.
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
To celebrate the good news
that their son, Roy, who was
thought to be missing in action,
is actually a prisoner-of-war in
Germany, Mr. and Mrs. L. Duke
held open for their friends last
Sunday night at their home. 503
12th St.. Miami Beach. Roy was
a student at the University of
Miami before joining the army
in 1943.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Herzka
recently returned to their home
at 1526 Pennsylvania Ave. Mi-
ami Beach, after a visit of four
months in Chicago.
Miss Marvclle Adler's engage-
ment to Lt. Seymour Kaplan,
USAAF. is being announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Adler, 1941 S. W. 18th St. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Kaplan, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The bride-elect, a sophomore
at the University of Miami, is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. During the summer she
studied at the Traphagen School
of Art. New York.
Lt. Kaplan, now stationed at
Langley field, Va., received his
bachelor's degree from the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma. His master's
was awarded at Louisiana State
university and his LLB at Co-
lumbia.
Miss Adler will give a lunch-
eon for her sorority sisters Sun-
day, Nov. 26 at the Roney Plaza.
DAY ROOM PROIECT IS
REPORTED COMPLETED
Nat Roth, chairman of the
Nautilus Day Room project spon.
sored by Sholom Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, announces the successful
completion of the task in the
recording-breaking time of five
days. The project, which will cost
in excess of twenty-five hundred
dollars, will include complete
furnishings and interior decorat-
ing as well as recreational fix-
tures for the convalescent hos-
pital on Miami Beach. Mr. Roth
was assisted by other members
of the committee, as well as the
B'nai B'rith auxiliary, which
adopted the project in line with
the national program, of day
rooms as part of the organiza-
tion's war effort.
Still unobtainable for the room
is a piano, which is sorely need-
ed by the boys, Mr. Roth stated.
Other furnishings and fixtures
are ready, and formal dedication
is planned on or before the holi-
days.
Prime Minister Winston
Churchill has spoken on the ter-
rorism in Palestine. Some Jews
in America do not like his state-
ment. The chief objection appears
to be to Mr. Churchill's remark
that "if our dreams for Zionism
are to end in the smoke of the
assassins pistol and our labors
for its future produce only a
new set of gangsters worthy of
Nazi Germany, many like myself
will have to reconsider the posi-
tion we have maintained so long
in the past."
It is noticeable that the Hebrew
-press of Palestine does not take
exception to Mr. Churchill's state-
ment, and in Jerusalem, Moshe
Shertok, chief of the political de-
partment of the Jewish Agency,
even borrowed one of Mr.
Churchill's figures of spaech and
addressing a mass meeting, said
that the Jewish people are de-
termined not to let pistol smoke
dim the glory of Zionist construc-
tive endeavor.
Falastin, the leading Arab
paper of Palestine says that "the
Churchill statement was no more
than "a friendly family rebuke."
The feeling that pervades the
speech is that Churchill all along
has been friendly in his thoughts
to Zionism.
Planning a complete re ,
ization and re-vitallzation R
organization, the VOun SL*
of the Miam "Y" haw ann*00*
the formation of a WoSsT
tivities Group. Through ffl
\ group the organization anUcbaS
a^year-rouna active i*SJ
The newly.formed Women's A*
ivit.es Group i, sponsoring ,
fashion narari* >^___Hfl..'

3 BIG FOOTBALL
GAMES
U. OF MIAMI
vs.
AUBURNNov. 24
TULSADec. 1
TEXAS AGSDec. 8
IN THE ORANGE BOWL
TICKETS: $1. $2. $3, Plus Tax
Now on sal* at U. of Miami
Auburn Tickets On Sale Now
At Burdine's. Miami and the
Beach, and the Royal Theater
SPINOZA FORUM WILL
START TENTH SEASON
The Spinoza forum will start
the tenth season of lectures and
discussions, Saturday afternoon,
Dec. 2, at 3 p. m.. under the
canopy, on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
St, between Collins Ave. and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, and
will continue to have lectures
every Saturday afternoon, all
through the season, at the same
time and same place. Joseph L.
Topper of Washington and Mi-
ami will preside.
The program for the month of
December is as follows:
Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2. A.
P. Cannes, director of Jewish
Education, will speak on "New
Tendencies in Jewish Life."
Saturday, Dec. 9, Prof. Edward
Clarke, of the University of Mi-
ami, will review Sumner Well's
recent book: "Time for Decision."
Saturday, Dec. 16. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, will address the
Forum.
Saturday, Dec. 23. Ramona
Sawyer Barth, wife of the Uni-
tarian minister, Joseph Barth.
will speak on: "The Truth About
China."
Saturday, Oct. 30, Laurance E.
Schlechter of New York, will
speak on "A Review of 1944."
STT KS,due aa musicale
Sunday. November 26 at the T
building. 1587 S. W. 5th SL ..
o p. m. ^ '
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, chiir
man, announces this Sundnj
show is the first of a serie/2
varied programs her committat!
has planned for its members.
Admission will be free to HI j
Y members and their trio*
Refreshments will be served.
BURDINES. INC.. ELECT I
NEW VICE-PRESIDENTS I
Rowland D. Saunders and Ri
H. Blakey were elected vice-pra-
idents of Burdines. Inc., by the I
board of directors last week.
Other officers elected were W
M. Burdine, chairman of the
board: George E. Whitten, presi-
dent; F. B. Cresap, executive vice
president; H. F. Cordes, executive
vice president and treasurer, and
Frank A. Peterson, Jr.. secretary!
and assistant treasurer.
At the annual stockholders
meeting the following five diret-l
! tors were reelected: W. M. Bur-1
l dine, George E. Whitten. & l
: Cordes, F. B. Cresap and M. L
Mershon.
Peterson is also assistant treai-|
i urer and controller.
GIRLS' COUNCIL HOLD
MEETING LAST SUNDAY
The B'nai B'rith Girls' Councill
of Greater Miami held a meeH
ing last Sunday at the home ofl
Mrs. Charles FrMmnn. Plans were!
discussed for the croup to u4
sist the AZA chapter! for tbeirl
tournament to be held ntrt|
month.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
ROBERT LURIE Gt
OF PALM BEACH LOI
On Wednesday evening,
vember 15, Robert Lurie, ratio
director of B'nai B'rith 1
Service Program, and Mijtoa
Friedman, president of Sholorr
Lodge, were gucsts-of-honor I
a meeting of the Palm Bead
County B'nai B'rith Lodgf
over-flow gathering was pre*"
to hear the two visitors. A
caption followed.
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flUDAY.
NOVEMBER 24, 1944
_JJewls)fhridSarj
PAGE THREE
Adult Jewish Studies
Bv a. p. gamnes
Executive Director.
Buretu of Jewish Education
K than ever, Jewish organ- !
..inns ore extremely active and
^ n m membership. The
SSSpare bee-hives of ac
,Tvuy Dues paying members have
EfMied Generally speaking. '
wish organizations have grown ,
SJsly during the last few ,
Si. The period of world dis- \
Ser and the persecution of the ;
w, in Europe has caused Jews i
become more generous, more
Lanthrouic. and more conscious
Sjewish activities.
Let us not. however, be blinded j
b affluence and the increase in
msanizations. What have the
dues paying members been doing
for the Jewish organizations? Has
Aere been a greater understand-
irtof positive Jewish values and
activities? Now, more than ever.
do we need education for adults.
lt.-js imperative for Jews to
kpow world problems and their
problems. As our sages put it
SJm ein daas. em binah. ( If
there is DO knowledge, there is
no understanding").
Why do we need adult Jewish
education now more than any
other tone M our history? First-
ly there is the personal and in-
dividual need. The great Frank-
enstein, Anti-Semitism, stares us
all in the face. Education will
ielp give us an inner strength
ad fortitude. It will, perhaps,
lighten the fear in our hearts.
ind will definitely help us in
the struggle against our enemies.
! Secondly, Jews, as well as non-
Jews, must become acquainted
with the problems of the world
todayproblems of the victory
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and the peace. Adults throughout |
the world must assume the re-
KF,f1,VLofiiharin'!thl'know^1
i K M0,i-.the typc of Worl should like to live m after this
horrible war. Thirdly. in con:
junction with the knowledge of
new world horizons, adult Jews
Wt knw f ihc new hor"
falling upon the Jews of America
, will be tremendous. For now it
| is America which will become
, the center of Jewish affluence
and influence, and what is more
vitalthe center of Jewish cul-
l Tne Jewish cultural centers
| of Europe may not rise from the
dust again. American Jewry will
I be looked to for guidance, cul-
turally and spiritually. Fourthly
Jews must know the relation of
the Jew to America. That bogy
, of Americanism and Judaism be-
ing in conflict must be shown
; up for what it is. Jews must
learn that, "Hebraic mortar ce-
mented the American Colonies"
!. (Leckey). They should know
that we have contributed to
American culturally and poli-
tically, economically, and in all
; other ways.
I say it is imperative for adults
| to become more informed.
| What shall adults study? Our
! classics have long been neglected.
: For most adults the Bible is a
i childhood memory. Do we not
know that the Bible was written
1 for adults? Do we not know that
; the Bible shaped civilization
such as we know it today? Do
t we not know of its vast stores
of universal ideas that have not
1 been attained as yet?
Jewish history is of utmost
I value. I think it was Dubnow who
I said that Jewish history is like
1 the diameter which cuts through
! the segments of every century
. and every country. A knowledge
of Jewish history would also give
' one a good knowledge of world
civilizations.
The opportunity is now being
offered to adults of Greater Mi-
ami to become well informed
Jewishly. In town the Beth David.
Temple Israel, together with the
Bureau of Jewish Education arc
sponsoring a series of adult Jew-
ish studies. On the Beach, the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, in
conjunction with the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and sponsoring
i organizations such as Hadassah,
; American Jewish Congress, and
Zionists, is sponsoring similar
! courses. We cannot urge you too
, strongly to register now for these
courses during this season. Call
the Congregations or the Bureau
of Jewish Education for further
. information.
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
Kugel, Jake Felt. Morris Alpert.
Benjamin Appel, Archie Brick,
Leonard Barr. William Feucr,
Bernard Fciner, Samuel Fried-
land. Dr. Morris Goodman. Isi-
dore Goldstein, Nathan Glosser.
William Shayne. Sam Braverman.
Louis Miller. Sam Prosterman,
Judge Harold Spaet, Jacob Lurie.
>' M,agid, Rabbi Moses Mes-
Cheloff Harry Platoff. Raymond
Kubin, Leo Robinson, John Gross,
Moses Ginsberg, Daniel Broad,
Fred Shochet. Joseph Rose and
A. P. Cannes.
The first meeting of the new
board was held Wednesday eve-
ning at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, 3355
rlamingo Drive. Mr. Goodman,
national treasurer of the Zionist
Organization of America gave a
detailed report of the Z.O.A.s
comprehensive makeup and work-
ings which was enthusiastically
received by the large number
present. Committee reports were
rendered and plans for the com-
ing year discussed.
LADIES AUXILIARY HAS
BIG HOSPITAL PLANS
The Freda Markowitz Ladies'
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, has pledged
$125,000 for a Hospital Service
Plane and will strive to greatly
exceed this quota. In the last
drive they sold $350,000 worth of
bonds and eight of their mem-
bers received citations from the
Treasury Department. Mrs. Abe
(Ida M.) LeVine has been ap-
pointed bond chairman with Mrs.
Frank Kline, Mrs. Nathan Bron-
stein, Mrs. Pearl Raidman. Mrs.
Betty Alpert, Mrs. Jennie Levin-
son, Mrs. Rebecca Rothman and
Miss Ethel Mintzer assisting. Two
booths will be staffed: the Cinema
theatre the week of the 27th,
and the Colony the third week
of the drive.
The organization is sponsor-
ing a card and games party at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center on Tuesday eve-
ning, November 28, 8 p. m. There
will be prizes and entertainment.
Mrs. Pearl Raidman and Mrs.
Nathan Bronstein are co-chair-
men of this event, with Mrs. Abe
(Ida Mae) LeVine in charge of
the program and Mrs. Sarah
Augustine serving refreshments.
Entire proceeds of this activity
will go towards Veterans' and
Servicemen's Welfare.
Toulouse (WNS)Hundreds of
homeless French Jews are facing
the prospect of spending the win-
ter in the very concentration
camps in which they had been
languishing during the Nazi oc-
cupation, it was disclosed here
by Saia Waldman, secretary of
the Federation of Jewish Organ-
ization for the Toulouse region.
According to Mr. Waldman, the
majority of the residents, as
I they may now be called, of the
I camps at Montauban and Mas-
. seube decided to remain in their
i compounds, although they are
now free to leave. Their homes
I in Paris and elsewhere in France
; are gone, their furniture has been
confiscated by the Germans and
shipped away, their families are
broken up, and there are no im-
, mediate means to provide the
destitute with anything more
i than food and lodging, which
; they already receive in the
i camps. If they were to be re-
i turned to Paris, they would still
I be without homes, without tools,
without work. Those who owned
I property would find that the
processes for the return of their
funds or their real estate have
not yet begun to function.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
MRS. WEINSTEIN TO BE
ON "FRIDAY REVIEW"
Named as imperative reading
by the Council on Books in War
Time is "People On Our Side"
by Edgar Snow, which Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein will review at the
meeting of the "Friday Review"
book series November 24 at 1:30
p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center. Members and
friends are urged to attend, and
students are invited free of
charge to this review.
LEGAL NOTICES
MIAMI YOUNG WOMAN
IS ON WIOD PROGRAM
Marcie Schwartz's presentation
of "Today It Came," dramatic
tone poem by Mrs. Jaqucline
Lodeesen. was a highlight of the
special WIOD "Dreambuster
program which was given over
to the Blood Donor's Council!
Saturday, November 18.
Member of the Blood Donors |
Council Talent Group and
dramatic art student of Mrs. Dorai
as. Marcie is the daughter of;
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz,
1845 S. W. 18th St.
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still the best investment.
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the undersigned, dealrlns to enRaxe In
business unilor the fictitious name of
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of the Circuit Court of I Mule County.
Florida.
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11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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SXlNYA KANTKKS,
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above divorce action on or before
December 20, 1944 or decree pro con-
rcnao will be entered.
Dated: November 22, 1944.
K. 11. KKATUKK.MAN, Clerk.
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SECOND SESSION
I. J. C. C0U5
DECEMBER 3 TO 5
The same number of delegates,
representing the Jewish Commun-
ities and the national Jewish or-
ganizations, which attended the
first session of the American Jew-
ish Conference, will participate
in the deliberations of the second
session in Pittsburgh, Dec. 3-5,
1944. Only a small number of the
original delegates, who for va-
rious reasons, are unable to at-
tend, have been replaced by the
local elections committees.
Though technically the Pitts-
burgh gathering is described as
the "second session," it is. in
fact, the continuation of the first
session which was held in New
York on August 29-Sept. 2. 1943.
and recessed after electing an In-
terim Committee. Consequently
all standing committees, as con-
stituted at the first session, will
continue in the second session
with only a few changes. It is
expected that the committees will
be completed a week before the
Pittsburgh session convenes, so
that the business of the session
will be transacted without delay.
The General Committee will meet
on December 1st in "Pittsburgh
to make final arrangements.
A. J. C. ASKS MEMBERS
TO JOIN STUDY GROUP
The Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress urges
its membership to join the bi-
monthly study and discussion
group newly organized under its
educational program. For further
particulars call Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser. chairman, at 5-4480.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
AJC this week announced the
appointment to her executive
board of Miss Malvina Weiss as
chairman of inter-cultural educa-
tion, and Mrs. Michael Arnold, to
serve as co-chairman with Mrs.
Rose Weiss on the war activities
committee.
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j
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___________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944
KISLEV 8. 5705
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 47
CHURCHILL ON PALESTINE
Mr. Churchill has had his expected say on Palestine terror-
ism before the House of Commons.
There was much to suggest a-sympathetic friendship for
Jewish Palestine in Mr. Churchill's remarks. He plainly speaks
of himself as one of those who has long cherished dreams of
Zionism, and regards himself as one of the architects to make
the dream a realityand yet, at the same time, he warns mat
the continuance of this terrorism may cause him and other
friends of Zionism to reconsider their position.
This half-threat to reconsider, if quiet is not restored to Pal-
estine, has seemingly disturbed some American Jews, yet it is
to be noted that the Palestine Hebrew press does not criticize
Mr. Churchill's remarks. They realize that Churchill, as the
Prime Minister of England, had to say something sharp on the
subject of terrorism in Palestine. The Jews, in general, appear
to condemn the terrorists as such.
Prime Minister Churchill's call upon the Jews pf Palestine to
stamp out tern-ism might, in part, be reasonably countered by a
statement of the Jews of Palestine that the responsibility is as
much England's and the Prime Minister's as the Jews'.
Has the Prime Minister forgotten about the White Paper
which puts an end to all Jewish immigration and land pur-
chases in Palestine?
The Prime Minister rightly deplores the assassination of
Lord Moyne, but does the Prime Minister remember how the
Strume, bearing hundreds of Jewish refugees from Rumania
was turned back at the harbor of Haifa and the refugees were
forced to go down to a watery grave? That, too, was assassin-
ation.
If the White Paper and the incidents like the Strume are
erased from the British side of the picture, we may be sure it
will go a long way towards ending terrorism in Palestine.
THE MOYNE ASSASSINATION
Editorial from New York Pott. November 11
The fight for the Palestine homeland, promised the Jews by the
Balfour Declaration, then denied them by the White Paper of 1939,
has been marked by an assassination.
The killing of Lord Moyne. British Minister in the Middle East
who in 1942 decried "sentiments] appeals" on behalf of Europe's
Jews and called further Jewish immigration into Palestine "a dis-
astrous mistake," has been condemned by all responsible Jewish or-
ganizations in Palestine and America.
They have, for some time, been waging their own campaign
against the few fanatical extremists.
But of course the decent Hebrews who comprise 99 per cent
of the population has been made more and more difficult by British
intransigence.
During the years since 1939, the Jews of Palestine have fought
the British policy of betrayal and duplicity, but always with dignity
and honor, never once deserting the side of Britain in her fight for
survival.
Even while England closed Palestine's doors to the refugees
fleeing Europe and left hundreds of thousands of Jews with no-
where to go but the murder camps of Poland, Jewish Palestine, in
the words of Fortune Magazine "kept its pledge to help win the
wsr .
If virtue deserves any reward, then surely this example of
turning the other cheek should. But to this day it has not been re-
warded. In fact. Jewish reasonableness seems to be rewarded by
increased British truculence.
So a few young, hot-headed Jews, 400 out of Palestine's 600.000
have resorted to terror.
We deplore the assassination of Lord Moyne as we deplore all
such terrorism. But we know that deprecation of terror will not
end the terror or remove the cause.
t tJhae.nVJ woui.d $^Y? bct'IJ a tcrrorist band in the first place
if the British had not deliberately abandoned the democratic pro-
cess in their dealings with Palestine.
If now the British should use the assassination as an excuse
for more intransigence, to further postpone the day when they must
sit down and talk the Palestine question over, they would onlv be
inviting more violence. J
We detect the possibility of provocation in Foreign Secretary
Eden s announcement to Commons that he contemplates issuance
of a White Paper on terrorism in Palestine. Whether it would I e
Edan's intent or not. the total effect of the paper would be to sa'v
to the world that the Jews arc fighting for Palestine with guns
knives and grenades. wum,
Nothing could oe further from the truth, nothing could be
more calculated to prejudice the issue and make an honest settle-
ment impossible throughout the Arab uprisings of 1921 1922 1929
1936-39, there was no talk of any White Papers, though 1,566 lives'
were lost and at least 20 millions in property destroyed
In these inflamed times, a White Paper such as Eden proposes
would become a weapon in the hands of those in the British govern
merit who want to settle the Jewish problem unilaterally with
British bayonets. A White Paper can only try to hide the real
Palestine problem behind the shroud of Lord Moyne
The problem calls for settlement, not for more obfuscation and
postDonement. If the British persist in their present course thev
invite more terrorism, even civil war. '
If they want a precedent, we remind them of their six hundred
year war with Ireland in which continued repression and denial
of the democratic process finally led to an explosion, the echoes
of which are still ringing in imperial ears. s
The British as a people have used the democratic Droops* at
PaU-stin" y admiraDlV- We invite them totr^this fn
, he\, thenr\ Se,ek ? soluton. ^ concert with the Jews to whom
the Balfour Declaration promised a Palestine homeland Let them
sit down to talk it over. There are statesmen on both sides and
they can achieve agreement. s ana
A little democracy will go a long way in Palestine.
HILLEL'S
PARTY ITU. OF I.
Over 200 students, both fresh-
men and upperclassmen, at the
University of Miami, attended
the first Hillel Foundation affair
of the year in the remodeled
building on the campus recently.
Hillel's new
director. Rabbi
Albert Mi-
chaels, made a
wel coming
speech which
served to ac-
quaint his new
group of the
aims and ideals
of Hillel. Hav-
ing served as a
chaplain in the
United States
Army for four-
teen months.
Rabbi Michaels
proved adept
directing h i s
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
ra">AY._NOVgg^?1
fMctfy eemjidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Mlchaels
remarks towards the fields Uni-
versity students were most in-
terested in.
Phyllis Schulman, under grad-
uate president of the group,
spoke briefly on the social side
of Hillel and formally opened the
membership drive which ended
Wednesday night.
Immediate plans for activities
include regular Friday night
services, two discussion meetings
a month, two lectures by guest
speakers each month, and varied
social activities as the schedule
permits.
Member of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami were impressed
by Rabbi Max Shapiro's talk
about Zionism, at Hillel House
Wednesday, November 15.
Cultural meetings arc held
each Wednesday evening at Hillel
House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd
This past Wednesday November
22. another fine attendance parti-
cipated in a colorful Thanksgiv-
ing holiday observance, consist-
ing of a talk by Rabbi Michaels,
entertainment, and an appropri-
ate social program.
Early Friday evening relirious
services are held for students who
desire to attend before the foot-
ball games. More elaborate serv-
ices, in which the Hillel Choral
Society participates, as well as
student readers, etc.. are planned
for the post-football period
Discussion groups in Jewish
civilization. Zionism, the study
of Hebrew, and Hebrew history
wane,b,en formed. and meet at
Hillel House and at the Uni-
versity.
Elaborate plans are being made
naLChanuka ce]ebration which
will be open to friends of Hillel
in the community.
REGIONAL MEETING TO
BE HELD IN ATLANTA
,iThc Executive Committee of
the Southeastern Region, Coun-
Woif Jwls,h Federations and
We fare Funds, will meet in At-
lanta on December 9-10. at the
Piedmont Hotel, announced Stan-
ley C. Myers of Miami, regional
president. w
ih^cth,<'uadminis,ra,lvc body of
the Southeastern Council Region,
the Executive Committee will de-
nrr2,w,PoIicies ?nd Procedures
to direct regional operations in
'ming months and will focus at
lr^n .n cVrrent Problems of
fflSnf V Plannin a"d orRan.
&JL CHANUKA
PARTY SUNDAY. DEC. 10
thMw-.M- fj^i,z' chai"nan of
, the Ways and Means Committee
1 iLJuh I^d,,,?sJAuxiliary- Miami
, Jewish Orthodox Congregation
I Pri^ ^C, ,annual Chanuka
u to,bp he,d on Sunday, De-
YMHA 8 P- m" M the M,arni
REFUGEE ASKING TO
CONTACTJ. GOLD
ft ne. of refuses at Fort
Ontario, Oswego. N. Y U
anxioui to contact MR. JULIUS
GOLD, who is believed to b*
Jmng in thi ttate. Mr. Gold
is a butcher by trada. Ha has
two sons. Carl and Waltar. and
a daughter. Lilli.
Will persons having any in-
tormation regarding this fam-
i Cunt,?.ct th# Council of
Jewish Women. 513 Coaoresa
Bldg. (TeL 3-65S4). <*"**"
LISTEN HERE ...
American Jewry will before long be stunned to lean, .
details of an incident that took place at PhiladelDh
week ago We have promised not to mention name^ t
tins k the gist of the story ... A young Jew. **?
crowd that was greeting Governor Dewey. vociferously Ml
the Republican candidate ... Two policemen grabbed v
administered a brutal beating, and dragged him off to the dsS
station ... His hearing was held before a Jewish iudae k!
fined him ... The young man then had to be sent to a hoJw
for treatment for hisjnjuries Now here comes the redeem
feature of the tale: A complaint was lodged against the t
policemen, and this complaint was heard before anotW
judge ... This second judge, a Catholic, set heavy bail forth
policemen Their case is coming up soon, and as a result
the young Jew may be exonerated and just punishment dealth
out to the policemen, who have to learn that in a democract
one is permitted to applaud or boo in accordance with one!
hkes and dislike. then there's the case of that rabbi wl
on a tram going from New York to Stamford, Conn was ^
saulted by an anti-Semitic hooligan .Why. Messrs.' Attorns!
General and Postmaster General, can't something be 2
about the United American Mothers' (with headgucirter8 i!
Chicago), which still continue to disseminate the vilest sort d
anti-Jewish propagandaand that through the meals?
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
The Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow has sent
to the Jewish Black Book Committee a batch of eye-witness re-
ports on Nazi atrocities ... The Vaad Leumi of Palestine will
do likewise This material, together with the documenn
compiled by the World Jewish Congress and the American
Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists, will be part
of the Jewish Black Book to be issued jointly by these four
organizations The oft-maligned New Zionist Organization
of America has just issued a White booklet setting forth in
unmistakable terms its aims and principles and policies
It's worth reading The American Committee for the Yug
slav Relief Ship, now collecting clothing, food and medicines.
deserves your support Among its sponsors are James War-
burg and Mrs. Edward M. M. Warburg ... If you want to help,
communicate with Zlatko Balokovic. 439 East 59th Street
New York .
THE WORLD OF LETTERS .
William Ziff's new book, "The Gentlemen Talk of Peace,"
is arousing interest and much controversy ... We predict that
before long the term "Ziffism" will be bobbing up whenever
people discuss the coming peace Britain's policy on Pale*
tine and India is in for a panning in the forthcoming book by
Frances Gunther, according to advance reports She's the
former wife of correspondent John Gunther, and long active
in Revisionist Zionist circles Jekuthiel Ginsburgh, editor
of "Scripta Mathematica," reports the receipt of two large
volumes issued by the Soviet Academy, listing the damage
wrought by the Germans in this war to the progress of science
. The report will be reviewed in this unique quarterly jour-
nal You'll enjoy Alan Baer Rothenberg's little book of
poetry, "Mass Chants and Other Poems," especially the verses
in the section entitled "In a personal vein" Alex Hillman,
who five years ago published Pierre van Paassen's "Days of
Our Years," has launched a new picture and feature magazine
called Pageant .
SHOW BUSINESS .
Orchids to Jacob Ben Ami, producer, director and star of
"The Miracle of the Warsaw Ghetto," the four-star Yiddish
smash hit at the Jewish Folk Theatre in New York There
is no justification for the praise meted out by Chaplain Jacob
K. Shankman. USNR, to the Hollywood picture "Mr. Skefnng-
ton" in the October issue of -Liberal Judaism Instead of
dealing with the Jewish problem, as it purported to do, the pic-
ture presented Mr. Skeffington as a Jew who enjoys being
slapped about Did you know that Gertrude Berg's "Rise
of the Goldbergs" was the first radio serial to become a success
on a network? It's still going strong, too Marine hero
Barney Ross, out of the service with a medical discharge,
planning a vaudeville tour Planning an early attempt ata
sireen comeback is Carmel Meyers, whom you may rera
as a star of the silent films .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Going to France shortly in the interests of American sldJ*
disabled in service is the newly elected president of *e.!r
abled American Veterans. Milton Dewey Conn (his midaie
name, if you must know, was given him in honor of the a
miral) We're glad to hear that Frederick Backer, whor"j
been reported missing in action, is now reported safe i*.
is the brother of George Backer, who is in Europe for the t>
. First Enqlish-Jewish editor to be awarded the Distinau'sneu
P1vinn rv~__*_ __ _._ ,______.,_____- ia Technical
is
was
edit |
Emanuel
bis
Flying Cross, as far as our information goes
Sergeant William Schneider, who some years ago
of the New York YMHA Bulletin Congratulations to -
Stern, a refugee who made good in the silk business, on "j
marriage to beautiful Titian-haired Phyllis Goodman *T
York ... The WMC's Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg may get am
job in the War Department's rehabilitation service tor re
ing service men
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romAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944
1ST FLAGLER IS
win........
OF
Completing the greatest open-
uTwcck in the history of Flor-
: greyhound racing, the West
Mr Kennel club is ready to
',pnt its second major weekend
Sf the sport, nightly programs
.tar'ine at 8 p. m.
All records for attendance and
rnntucl P'ay have been erased
tor the early November period
while in the racing divmon. the
wtrons have seen such Derby
JSb as Martin Roll, Wingover,
Heartha and others turn in thriir-
S competitions. In addition, the
latest roster of young dogs to
E> registered here since before
e war are kenneled at Flakier
id already being pointed to-
wards the coming $1,000 Flagl
Headline news which claimed
national attention during the first
"eek of the Flagler 83-night
meeting, was the announcement
by Jacob Sher. president, and
William L. Huntley. vice presi-
dent and general manager, of
the history-making increase in
nurses, an advance of the maxi-
mum nightly purses from $2,000
to $4,000.
The present West Flagler Ken-
nel club management has long
been the leader in steadily ad-
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vancing the sport in all deoart
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to in the country to SLbS,
7 ISftf a- --
American greyhound breeders
and owners additional Incentive
to improve bloodlines by advanc-
ing their breeding establishments
comparable to the large grey!
&nd b"*dlnK centers in EnJ-
,a"d-an Australia, named a grad-
uated schedule of purses Eased
on nightly mutuel handle. This
provided a purse distribution of
ar^TTT $I0.00 up ,0 W.000 as
graduated on a $35,000 to $100 000
or more nightly mutuel play. The
announcement now double that.
The former schedule continues
and now with each $10,000 ad-
Yance ,n mutuel play over $100,-
l.D0'ja,nJaddlt'onal 5200 in purses
is added to the maximum of $4 -
000 in purses for $20,000 or more
in mutuels.
The nightly racing continues
at 8 p. m. with the daily double
on the first and third races,
yuinielas are offered on each
race.
^Jwistncrldltoti
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI Y TO HOLD ITS
ANNUAL NOMINATIONS
The YM & YWHA of Miami
will have its annual meeting for
nomination of officers on Wed-
nesday evening, December 6 at
the Town "Y."
The nominating committee,
composed of Jerome Freehling
chairman; W. D. Singer, Harry
Gerstein, S. B. Miller and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, will present its
recommendations. Nominations
may be made from the floor.
An interesting program is be-
ing planned by the committee.
Buy War Bonos and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
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BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimates Given
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If No Aniwer Call 2-5105
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Bags, Flowers, Feathers, Toys,
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Sunday Dinner Served from 1 P. M. Daily from
B P. M. to 10 P. M.
AIR-CONDITIONED MUSIC BY MUZAK
JULIUS KASDIN, Owner
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
rlJ? v"1 #cts from a buttered
rw k U enjoy reading the
December issue of Reader's Scope
now on the newsstands. There's
an article on page 72 which is
dynamite George Bertman.
who always seems busy working
r^iu R?d of the community,
Hin "wteM,tlPn to the Allowing
clip. We'll be a lot closer to the
millennium when we think of
u,Ki(ne2L Kuy not as back or
I ,*at^Crhnstian or Jew' R^oubli-
i can or Democrat-but as gentle-
men or heels The Clerev
K1^10'.initiated by this office
mf.nir Pnl'u has spread to com-
Vnrb Z\alluYi'r tne nation- New
York City held one a few days
ago which describes the meeting
?iSf,UnfP rceden,ted in the religious
life of New York. "The Institute
&d Jfromole bV mutual un-
derstanding, greater intorfaith
cooperation and solidarity" He-
brew Union College of Cincin-
nati has adopted the Clergy In-
stitute as one of their important
community projects. Your Di-
fhC.t(r,KS Rratified a* the thought
mi a ?ecd we Planted here
last April has grown into a
mighty tree The B'nai B'rith
Arbitration Panel is still func-
tioning. Under the direction of
Chairman Harry Zukernick on
Miami Beach many cases have
been settled amicably and in
strict privacy during the past
year. You may refer any matters
by telephoning Mr. Zukernick or
this office ... A recommended
book is "Some of My Best
Friends Are Soldiers" by Mar-
garet Halsey. It is not only good
reading but it also denounces
bigots in no uncertain terms in
the following, quote: "Rabino-
witz Zablowski, Murphy and
Vitello! They are not what some
people call fine old American
names. But they made fine old
American soldiersand fine old
American corpses!"
I.D.C. BOARD TO TALK
ABOUT POST-WAR AIMS
Preceding the Thirtieth An-
nual Meeting of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, which will be held Sun-
day. December 10. at the Hotel
Commodore in New York City,
the J.D.C. Board of Directors will
meet to consider the problems of
immediate and post-war needs
of European Jews.
The tremendous calls upon the |
J.D.C. in the liberated countries
of France, Italy, Belgium. Hol-
land, Rumania, Bulgaria, Hun-
gary, Poland and Greece are clear
indications of the unprecedented
demands which the J.D.C. will
have to meet as other parts of
Europe are liberated, it was
stated.
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For patrons desiring to use bus transportation, convenient
service is offered over the Red Adams Bus from the
Professional Bldo. station, 218 N. E. 2nd Ave., via its
N. W. 7th St. route to the Army Air Base.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MAST SCHREBN1CX Septsitan>e
Sam Kapner writes from the
Pacific that the palms remind
him of home. He is one of sev-
eral sons of Mrs. Hyman Kapner,
of South Palm Beach, in the
service.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, op-
erators of a Jewish bakery here
for more than ten years, are
now making their home in Phila-
delphia. With them is their
daughter, Ethel, and son, Jimmy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene are
now residing in Minnesota.
Capt. and Mrs. S. L. Messina
(Connie Lee), 425 11th St.. left
this morning for a visit with
Capt. Messina's parents at East-
on. Pa. Capt. Messina, who re-
cently returned from six month's
overseas duty with the Dental
Corps, is now stationed at Mor-
rison Field.
regular meeting Tuesday at Sher
Memorial hall. Dr. Louis Schultz,
pastor of the Congregational
Church of Lake Worth, was guest
speaker. He spoke on "Lebanon."
Friends of Hugo Gold of Palm
Beach and Pahokee, will learn
with regret of the sudden death
of Mr. Gold on Thursday, No-
vember 16th. He was a communal
worker and a devoted member of
Congregation Beth El. He is sur-
vived by his wife, daughter, and
two sons, both overseas.
Beth El Sisterhood held its
Dr. Bernstein was guest speak-
er at the Friday night services of
Congregation Beth El. His topic
was "What Religion Means To
Me."
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zamore
and daughter arrived from Ellen-
ville, N. Y. to spend the winter
here with their brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Trachtenberg.
CAVALCADE OF MUSIC
TO M. B. DECEMBER 3
THREE O'CLOCK .
AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK"
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you fet to bed try _....
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?oVth *qli,U* as ie&tive. both ^rwjeedto ssus
r money back. Read directions and us* only as directed.
The Cavalcade of Jewish Music
now on its sixth annual consecu-
tive tour of the United States,
comes to Miami Beach on Sun-
day, December 3. This event is
under the joint sponsorship of the
Town and Beach "Y's" as part
of its cultural program.
During a recent interview with
Susie Michael and Maurice Fried-
man, the stars who created this
program, the underlying basis for
the origin of this unique con-
tribution to the world of art and
drama was given.
"We created the Cavalcade of
Jewish Music for many different
reasons" said Maurice Friedman.
"As Americans we felt there was
a real need for such a program
for wo know that this country is
a huge melting pot composed of
dozens of minority groups. Each
group has ccme here with his
own vivid, expressive culture and
creed to enrich and strengthen
this land. To be unprejudiced and
loyal citizens of this great Demo-
y each of us must lend a
listening ear and an open mind
o the contributions of every
minority group. Jewish culture
we know is a very ancient one
and America has much to gain
hv listening to what our people
have created in the 3000 years
we have lived. That is one of the
primary purposes for the crea-
tion of the Cavalcade of Jewish
Musicto interpret Jewish cul-
ture through the colorful medium,
of its music."
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SupporUhe Sixth War Loan Drive


PAGE SIX
Jewlsti ncrkUan

i
IHM
SPONSORS WORK
OF LOCH. WDMEI
Sam Blank, chairman of the
Greater Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board has announced
that a major activity sponsored
by this committee is the "Serve-
A-Hospital Project," undertaken
by a. group of women, of which
Mrs..Sidney Stepkin is chairman.
This project is nation-wide and
its purpose is to organize com-
mittees in communities where
the number of Jewish families is
large, so that they may provide
gifts for patients in General
Hospitals situated in areas where
there are few Jewish families.
The Greater Miami Serve-A-Hos- |*Ev,vin """ "f JS^, EK'JE*
Albitunr. a Nun, Albert, ami a iUukIi-
OBITUARIES
MRS. ANN GREENFIELD
Mn. Ann Greenfield, 54. of 357 8.
W. 18th Ter., died In a local hospital
Monday after a brief Illness. She has
been a resident of Miami for the past
IS years, cumins; here from Portland.
Ore. She Is survived by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mut-hnli-k of
1'hlladelphia; two sons. Harold O.
and Allen M both of the U. 8. Army;
two daughters, Mrs. Sidney Rosen-
stock and Mrs. Uus Coslow. both of
Miami, three brothers. Sol. of New
York, Harry and Sam. both of Phila-
delphia, and one sister, Mrs. Richard
Ilarnett of Newark, N. J. Services
were held In the chapel of the Gordon
Funeral home Wednesday. I>r. Jacob
H. Kaplan officiated. Kurlal took
plaM in the Temple Israel section.
I'.raceland Memorial park
VERLOW
6'2, it retired
WILLIAM
William Yerluw, It, it retired mi-r-
Chanl tailor, died Filday at his home,
701 Meridian Aviv. Miami Peach Sin
KlVlng lire Ills Wit*, Mrs. Rose Yel-
low; a won and a daughter The body
was sent to Atlanta b> Riverside
Memorial OBSJMl
SAMUEL ALBAUM
Samuel Alhatini. IT, a hotel ownei
who i-ame heie 16 >ears ago from
New York City, died Friday In his
home, TUu Kurlld Ave Miami Reach
""DAY. NOVEMBm
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Qreater
Miami Rabbinical Association are:
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Rtform. 1ST N.
E. Uth St., Miami. Sisterhood Sab-
bath IU be observed nt the Temple
this Friday evening, nt 8:15 p. m.
Members of the Sisterhood will con-
duct the services, and Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein will review "Argentine
Diary." Reception will follow the
Sabbath services Saturday
at 11 a. m.. Dr. Jacob H.
i unductlng. Members and
are cordially Invited to all
pital Committee has adopted the
boys in the Finney General Hos-
pital, Thomasville, Ga. At least
four times a year, Purim. Pass-
over, High Holy Days and
Chanukah, gift packages are sent
to the Anny and Navy Commit-
tee of Thomasville, of which
Mrs. R. Steyerman is chairman.
This committee makes regular
weekly visits to the patients at
the hospital and distribute the
gifts on a non-sectarian basis.
Many letters of thanks have
been sent by the boys to the local
Scrve-A-Hospital Committee in
appreciation for the ilis they
received.
Eight national organizations
have affiliated themselves with
the Women's Division of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board ;md
have endorsed the Serve-A-lh>s
pital project. These organizations
are: Hadassah. National Council
of Jewish Women National Fed- ,.1% ,;.,,, .-,.,,, ,,. ,,.,,
eration of Temple Sisterhoods, was In W.....Ilawti Pars remeten
National Ladies' Auxiliary. Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U. S..
Women's Branch of the Union '
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, Women's Divi-
sion of the American Jewish Con-
gress, Women's League of the
United Synagogues of America. '
During the coming year, in order
to meet the expanded needs of
the growing number of patients
in general hospitals, the Greater
Miami Serve-A-Hospital Commit-
tee will endeavor to affiliate
every local group of these na-
tional organizations, as a mem-
t.r. Mrs May Miller. Hr.mk.lrii. ,S.-r\ -
I Iim-s were held .Sunday in Riverside
Memorial chapel, with burial in Ml
ami Jewish cemetery.
MRS. LENKE BROTMAN
Mrs I.enke lli'ntmaii. (I, of -'"-
s \V Seventh Ave. died Saturday
In i hospital Mis came here 16 years
ago from Muskegon, Mich and is sur-
Vtved b) the husband, pernard, a
daughter, Mrs, K.llth Pierre, both of j
Miami, and a son, Prank Phillip, off
New Yoik City Kuiie:al services Were
told Monday In flordon Funeral home
lUtpel With Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating, JIuiMl will be in Ml Sinai
. em.l. |)
MRS. CECILE BECKWITT
Mrs Ceeiie Beckwltt, B2. <>i l>-
Mich., a winter \mitoi in Mi-
anil for the past to years, died earl}
Katurda) In a local hospital Survivors
are the husband. Heraehel; two sons,
In Charles Iteckwltt, Miami, and
Cap) Miens Beckwltt, r S .nun,
and flvi daughters, Mrs Dave Cohen,
Mm Minnie l-eldman, Mrs Ham
'iiieii. M's Max Mavis and Mrs
l-xiii Zeltak, the latter ol Detroit; I*
grandchildren and one great-grand
liild Funeral services were held Sun
rvlces.
morning
Kaplan,
visitors
services.
BETH DAVID CONOREOATION.
135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Conservative.
I.ate Friday evening services at 1:15.
Cantor Abraham Friedman will of-
ficiate Rabbi Albert Michaels, di-
rector of Hlllel Foundation, at the
Pnlverslty of Miami, will be guest
speaker He win be introduced by Mr
Louis Helman. Rabbi Michael's sub-
lecl f"i dlscusskin will be "Are We
In the Hands of Fate, or In the Hand
if GodT" Reception In auditorium Im-
mediately after the services will be
given by Mi and Mrs Harry iilli.li,ml
in honor of their son Klmer's hlrth-
das Services Saturday morning at
S'30 and Junior services at 10:30.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Or-
thodox. Friday evening services nt
> o'clock, bats services nt l:lfi with
Rabbi Simon April In charge. Satur-
day morning nt J Mlncha anil M.iarlv
starting at 5:80 p m Scbaarel 7^-d.-k
Talmud Torah, 1546 8 w. 3rd St..
Pi Ida) evening servlcei at 6 p. in
Saturday morning Senior services at
v ::. Junior services at'10:10. all con-
ducted by Hie Junior! Rabbi Simon
April win address the congregation
Shaiios Hcudos nt 6 10 at the Miami
Orthodox congregation. Rabbi April
in speak on tin weekly portion ol
the law Hebrew Si hool dally at I
p m Sunday School at 10 a. m
INVITATIONS TO TEA
EXTENDED BY WOMEN
The Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress hag is-
sued invitations to all presidents
and members of Jewish women's
organizations in the area to at-
tend its annual Thanksgiving tea
to be held in their honor. The
affair will take place on Monday,
November 27 at 1:30 at the YM
& WHA. An interesting program
is planned by Mrs. Louts Glasser.
chairman of the afternoon's pro-
gram. The meeting will be opened
with a prayer by Mrs. Lillian
Mills. A symposium, titled "Not
UnityHarmony" will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Max
Shapiro, and Mrs. Leon Kronish.
Mrs. Simon April will offer the
closing prayer. The musical pro-
gram will feature Cantor Maurice
Mamches, vocalist and Fritzi
Tannen, violinist. A social hour
will follow, with Mrs. Arthur
Treister, hospitality chairman,
and Mrs. Edward Weinstein and
committee in charge. Highlight
of the program will be a bond
rally. Members are asked to come
prepared to buy bonds. Mrs.
Pauline Bennett and Mrs.
Emanuel Baskin will be in charge
of the bond booth. Members of
the various organizations are
urged to attend.
Paris (JTA)The leeal h..
for the restitution of SSSJSt
Jews in Franc -XJl,wWff to
Jews in France whose
"oldingj
Keep on buying War Bonds.
JOHN FRIMMEL
John Kihnnie! <. ,,f 171 H W
Mi Road, died Fiiday In a hospital
Manager of u innn offlCl here, he
came to Miami [oui years ago from
Sorristown, i\ and leaves the wld
ow, Mr- Ruth Frlmmel; two brothers,
Kdward, Miami, and Charles. New
York, and foul sisters. Mrs Reglna
Harris. Mrs Ton) (loldenthal and
Mrs Jennie Seldman, all of I'hlla-
delphla, and Mrs ciar.i Schloaky,
Washington, n C Qordon Funeral
home sent the body to Philadelphia
ervlces and burial
ABRAHM W SHENKER
tbrahm W Shenkei di.-d Wednea
la) morning He came here from
Marion. Ohio, two weeks ago, ami
her nf the Serve-A-Hospital proi- IV''1 IM1 Tigertall Ive.. Coconut
ect '' "'"
He is survived b) his widow Ks
Assisting Mrs. Stepkin in this
drive for membership are the
following: Mrs. Jack August, co-
chairman; Mrs. Norman D.
Jacobs, secretary; Mrs. Henrv A
Kauffmann. treasurer
Piano Instruction
Esther Puckoff
BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED
Children Adults
Harmony Ear Training
15S0 S W. 16th Ave.
Phone 3-6840
e Ida i son, i.t Win M Shenker,
ed .it i 'hildress, Texas, and n
daughter, Mrs Ralph Qreenbers; ol
S< V"' k > '.l\
Services were In '-ham. ol flordon
Funeral chapel
PHILIP AMSTESLAW
I'hlllii Amsteslaw .';. died Tuesda)
..t Ins home, JOSS N W Second Ave
He had i ome to Miami t>" yeai
ago from Roohestel s* V. and op-
ted rapl studio al l i--
..... his wife Mrs
a son, k. rnai d, In
lh< \. i '.. md .i daughti Mn
' Mas* of N.. Voi k < :itv The
lnd) wai ent to New York b) flordon
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
i 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Fi I
da) evening Kahallaa Shabos al 61'..
: Late Krlda) evening services will
, st.ut .1 B ]'. o'clock Rabbi Irving
I Lehrman't topic will be The Old
| New Thanksgiving." Cantor B.irk.in
. and the Centel Choir will chant the
servlcei Saturda) morning services
will st ii i ni o'clock The I ton
service of the Religious School
; will take place at 10 a m, ThfLjrO-
.....n will be led by Mr Wen
siikln. chairman of the Hebrew
School and Mr Herman M. Berk,
chairman "f the Sunday School Rabbi
l.ehrman will preach on "Dlalta and,
Ben in honor of th> occasion '
Cuntoi llnrkan win chant the services
Mlncha al E IB, Rhallos Seudoe will be |
ai ( p m, followed b) the Maiirlv
servl Sunda) morning at '. the I
a'/ v llai Mlttvah ciub win join
tin- B.U.Q tills foi the weekly break-
tasi servlci Sunda) School at i<>
a m
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi- '
ami Beach. Frida> evening servloes I
t 6 p. in. Saturda) morning adult
services at : and 9 Mlnnlonalre I
youth service will in- hei Talmud Touili building at 1:10 Junlol
gregatlon services will be held In
the Talmud Torah auditorium at 1" i
a. m with a Kid lush and refresh- i
menti served to all ehil.lien by Mrs
Ja.-k rlimch The Car Mitzvahs of
LATE FRIDAY SERVICES
TO BEGIN AT M J. O. C.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will hold the first of
j the seasons late Friday evening
services this evening, November
24. in the Synagogue. 590 S. W.
i 17th Ave.
Rabbi Simon April will conduct
! services and lead the congrega-
tion in responsive reading and
congregational singing. He will
deliver a sermon on a timely
topic.
The Auxiliary will be hosts at
a reception following the services.
ESSAY CONTEST WILL
BE SPONSORED HERE
Mi'l^rva""' of fig* Book
Month an essay contest will be pass through a registrar's office.
sponsored locally, open to various ft was> therefore, imposs.ble for
were confiscated by the pT
mans and by Vichv waR^..i- I
here by Prof. Rene c2,mU%
of the Juridica. cZ$tf
the Presidency, in a statemeV
the Jewish Telegraphic ffiS
correspondent. AWnc*
The restitution of Jewish proa-
erty is on the same legal S
as the property of people rf
chased from their farms bythe
Germans, and of de GaullisU eZ
left France to continue the bauV
against the enemy, Prof. CaMia
foremost legal authority Z
France, said. As the expert who
prepared the basic -|fji|||sja
for the restoration laws vhiek
are now being put into final fenj,
by the Ministry of Justice he
emphasized that doubters of the
restoration principle have no
legal justification since early
enactment of an ordinance es-
forcing restoration is the normal
sequence to the procedure which
began in 1943.
In January of that year. Prof
Cassin stated, the Inter-Allied
commission radioed a warnm*
from London voiding all dut-
chases made under threat or pres-
sure. He pointed out that the
Algiers ordinance of November
1943, was the application of the
commission statement, and that
the ordinance last August annull-
ing all anti-Jewish laws was the
final step making restitution
mandatory.
Regarding second and third-
hand purchases of Jewish shops
and property "in good faith" by
those who supposedly did not
know that their original owners
were Jewish. Prof. Cassin said
the law stated that no re-sale
was permissable within three
years and all purchases had to
-Buy War Bonds Today-
NOW OPEN
FLORIDIAN DAIRY AND VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT
1120 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD
Under Personal Supervision of Leah Friedson and
Louis Manes. Mqr
Irwln, win <.f Mi and Mrs Jack
Wneh. i. and Marvin, son ..f Mr. and
Mi- Herman I'opkin, will take ploci
during the ndult service In the Byns
gogtie l.iiHdinu liu.n will read fn.ni
ihe lllbll al portion Uoth chUrlren
i yllj read the prophetic iH.rtioiiK and
deliver I. f t..lks Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff u ill address the hofi and will
Mieak ..n th. miI.J... The Savnm of
> ""ii a \ ins i id. a Jamboree
"HI be held at 1:30 i> m In the
i rnlmud Torah id toi lum, under the
hade Hhlp ..f Miss Itachel Boldow \v
hlidren are Invited Khallos Beudos
! "in i" held at I p in. a mlnnl
W i I b< held Sun .lav at | a. in
followed bj .i communal breakrasi
All boys between the ages ..f i :
and m are i ordlall) Invlti d lo come
and pi ,\ : ^. ihe
BETH SMOLFM CENTER. Con-
servstive. 761 4*s' St.. Miami Besch.
\i-iiiiik -. it 8:15 con-
, dueled b) Rabbi Leon Kronish. The
Ita l.l.i will |,r, ach on "Th ink Ood ft|
Amerli Cantor Louis Hayman will
cnani and lead c< mmunlty hIukIiik
An (hies; Hhabai iii follow' th.
Ices m ... .1 Mi i Hlatf
as h
groups of the Greater Miami
area. Topic chosen was "Program
for the Jew in the Post-War
World." December 1 has been set
as the opening, and the contest
will close on the 20.
Sponsors of this essay contest
include the Miami and Miami
Beach "Y's;" the Hillcl Founda-
tion of the University of Miami;
Jewish Welfare
any purchaser to remain ignorant
of the original of the property
and. therefore, there could not
be any "good faith' purchasers.
Prof. Cassin regretted the tardi-
ness of governmental action on
the problem. He remarked that
the Assembly in Algiers had be-
gun the consideration of the sub
of France
....,. ,,-.,, w'nimiuee, agreed that there wen- some
.! ?i iaU PbwT&i Ed"cat,n- pie in the government who i
and the Jewish Flondian. Further: satisfied to delay solution of
details will be announced. issue and said muiil time
BEACH Y SEEKS LOAN
OF WRITING MACHINES
I ject but the Battli
Mm SiN BoaVn- Greter i interrupted final action. He
M.!""S!._.Army/^avy ^7im,**ee: i agreed that there wen- some oeo-
were
this
issue and said much time had
been lost in the lasl few ini'iiths
debating whether to attack the
problem by a single law or a
series of laws. It WS finally de-
The Miami Beach "Y" is asking !id( d to ,phr,,,m,|f ;'tern)a i of
the loan of a typewriter and mim ]*"* on. .tnt' d'">"" 'sPect *
ei graph machine in order to be ,he Problem, he Mid
able to carry out additional func-
tions of its enlarged program.
Anyone desiring to cooperate
with the organization is asked
l<> contact them at 5-5319.
"IV
will .
Keep on buying War Bonds
MISS WEISS IN ADDRESS
TO B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
MARK MAX WILL TAKE Miss Malvina W prominent
A MUCH NEEDED REST fee^.SirSed TSS
DR. AARON J. COHEN
OPTOMETRIST
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT
542 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH
FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE
'COMPLETE EYE SERVICE" PHONE 5-2763
THE CALENDAR
HARRY (HANK) MILLER
ANNOUNCES THE FORMATION OF
The Standard Detective
Bureau
A Complete Detective Service offering the utmost in delin-
quent collections, bad accounts, follow ups. investigations
NOW IN THE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATION
Offices to be maintained in the Postal Building
For further information call 3-3145 or 3-5389
- i
Friday. Nov. 24:
American Jewish t'onerese, Worn
en s I tlvislon, I--: Iris.) i;,-. |eW| i ;,,
P '" Civic I'rotei I h Bub-Corn
mittee '.ii the Com mitt......r Com
Nreds federation nffi,.-
|i
in
MlN
it II11
ItHV
mill
Sunday. Nov. 2*
' .'ii r--i Rabbi and
Kronish, l1 to r, P Mr
Ms Charles Tobln, r.L'ji n
H'l Miami Beach, nn-nil.i-rK
friends .r it..it, Bholem Invited:
Town V Fashion Bhow, I ,, m ,
Monday. Nov. 27:
Oreatei Miami Jewlah Federation
J iiiix.-t Committee,.Federation (if
'!'' I1 "i ; Amnlran Jeulsli
nnxreas. Women's Division, reru-
.' !:" ""Ii I' lainesa Profession
u Division of lladai
tBs;, Beau h \ | i ,
Tuesday. Nov. 28:
FT. Is M, kowltl Udlea A.ix 171.
i' ." "*" '''"> Baach Jew
JJ* J '"- |i ni Miami I
s' v I' i.e.,..-.. Beach Y -
p ii.
W"t'td,w. Nov. 28:
National Council Jewish Woman
1 '' ...eemiK. Faderatlon Office
i Miami -r dance
p in
Thurdey. Nov. 30:
Adult courses sponsored b) the Bu-
reau ..r Jewish education, Beth
BJ'S, ^"i;1 mTen,p" u,;ul- n-,h
Friday. Dec. 1:
forum's*' ''"'""'" "f J-Wlh Women,
Sunday. Dec. 3:
Beach 4 Town -ye,' Concert.
Beach iii.h St-hool. s p. m. n,.
i..:..-l r.Miiifll of Jewish Women.
dinner *s...... "... I*t: .1 1I1ULN lieje-UtTU ,
and well deserved rest of two : tne area
in three weeks or longer if he! Members of the ('haPu'iaai:
needs it." Dr. James S. Thomas, now assisting the Greater susw
new OPA deputy director of I Federation in concluding <,"u'"tr
South Florida announced. I ation of its Population bun,n
Alexander Harris, regional ad- and plan an active
ministrator, recently paid Mr
Max a deserved compliment when
he wrote: "The job you have
done for OPA is indeed out-
standing. You have consistently,
conscientiously and deliberately
carried on programs without any
retard whatsoever for yourself.
You have accomplished a great
current bond drive
SERVE" ~A~^HOSPITAL
TO DISPLAY ARTICLES
The Serve-a-Hospital commit-
tee will have on displa^N^
? alS artlc^ma^J ^h^womcS
' iu^lce to yourself, your faml j ^^ ^iami for presentat.oa
ily and OPA you should immedi-' ?*.? ,"'L returnees, st 0*
Miami
ate.y make ttjSEtt U& I fi^SSSt SSS&i^
off a minimum of 30 days or' tL" iw
probab
you ha
worked
to mc" ro"r^"pre^n7~Refnshments
imSimi"n OI 30 davs or The Bifts will leave Mian. -
probably 60 days. The work that JJL" f,,r Chanuka presentation
v.,. have done, the way you have ^vitations are extended to.aj
worked has been an inspiration irj^SSSUS SStflfll
be served.
SISTERHOOD SABBATH ^T^rtS
OBSERVED HERE TODAY MRS. BRENNER MjjgS
INSTALLED DIRECTU
Sisterhood Sabbath will be ob- IF,a -WW^^J
served this evening in Temple! Mrs Anna Brenner MOjflJ
Israel at which time Mrs. I. M. ."_? ""h attorney, rec.nff
Weinstein will review Ray Jos- Jfi^ SJ^fia state director W
ephs' book "Argentine Dairy."
Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan will spon-
sor a reception in Kaplan Hall
after the services.
elected Florida ICf?"E0"f"Wr-
the National Association" ^
men Lawyers, was rUl' j,
Saturday when Miarn
of the association m<"


mmAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944
*Jeist> Her Mian
-*i TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Sunned u r
O^1^ Th. Jewtah Well. Boom T^.lll2V5l2WJfc** Fed<^
^ F R',*p Rd of Oui Men in Service
SERVICE
PARADE!
Robert M. Dhl was home on
JLeh visiting with his parents
u> and Mrs. Edward M. Deehl
J'8901 North East Bayshore
^'hl was stationed at the
University of Carolina where he
1L a student naval air cadet.
H left Monday for Jacksonville.
a be re-assigned.
Theodore Schwtnmtn, cadet
midshipman merchant marine, is
home on leave, visiting with his
pwents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry N.
jthwarzman.____
Abe Schoenf.ld. 2/c Petty Of-
fer, left Melbourne, Fla.. to
aend his ten day leave with his
,ijter and brother-in-law. Mr.
Hid Mrs. Ben Rozansky and their
daughter, Washington, D. C.
Pvt Jack Raskin, who was
wounded Aug. 28 in France, has
been evacuated to a hospital. A
former Miami salesman, he went
overseas last June. His son,
Stephen Lee, born Sept. 6. and
Mn. Raskin are living with her
pirents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pevor-
otf, 1035 Pennsylvania Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottes-
un, 1037 Michigan Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, learned this week
that their daughter, WAVE Har-
rittte Gottesman, has been pro-
moted to seaman, first class, at
Pensacola Naval Air station,
where she's on duty now as a
weather observer.
Miss Gottesman enlisted here
last May A graduate of Miami
Beach High school, she also at-
tended the University of Ala-
bama.
The Greater Miami Army-
Nivy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
Uy are seeing and doing.
SGT. BLUMBERG SAVES
PLANE WITH STRING
Master Sgt. Harold B. Blum-
berg, 22. of HI East Thirty-fifth
5>t, saved a Flying Fortress with
a piece of string and shot down
a German fighter on his first
combat flight, the Associated
Press reported in a dispatch from
a U. S. bomber base in Britain.
The Associated Press, Oct 24
account said:
"It was on a mission to Warsaw
September 18. Supplies were
dropped to beleaguered Polish
forces and the bombers flew on
to Russia.
"Enemy fighter attacked the
Fortress twice. The pilot, Lieut.
Paul R. Hibbard, Seattle, Wash.,
was killed. Two other crewmen
were wounded seriously and the
bomber was crippled.
"Forty 20 mm. shells riddled
the fuselage. The control cables
were severed by flak and without
them the plane could not land.
"Master Sergeant Blumberg
crawled out onto the narrow cat-
walk above the open bomb bay
doors and spliced the cables with
a length of silk cord from his
flying suit.
"Formerly a welder, Master
Sergeant Blumberg has been
overseas 15 months with the
380th Bombardment group which
holds a presidential citation for
attacks on Nazi warplants.
"He fired both waist guns after
Sgt. William C. Fletcher. Big
Stone Gape, Va., went back to
relieve the wounded tail gunner.
It was while jumping from one
gun to the other that he bagged
a ME-109.
"The injured crewmen are re-
covering in a Russian hospital."
The sergeant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Blumberg of Sa-
vannah and nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Blumberg of this city.
I W. B. SERICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Monday:
PisrusBion Group. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM 4 Yrf*. Chaplain C.rlT
Miller.
Taeeatat/i
Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
n rdamday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM & YHA; 8tudy Group,
The Reeonatrurtlonlat Movement."
9 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Kriday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM &
WHA: Chaplain Carl I. Miller,
Polnciana Hotel. 1566 Colllna Are.,
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments served by hoateanea
from the Miami Beach Service Lee-
Kue. Chaplain Meyer Meremlnaky.
Chap.'! No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreamenta
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Danre. 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshmenta
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM & YWHA. 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.
Capt. Stanley L. Stern. 615 S.
W. 12th Ave., has been heard
from on Saipan.
Capt. Stern, a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High school, formerly
was manager of the Cameo and
Surf theaters, Miami Beach. His
mother. Mrs. Ethel M. Stern,
lives at the local address.
KILLED IN ACTION
Lt. Louis Dwoskin, 23, of Jack-
sonville, Fla. In the struggle for
the Cherbourg peninsula. His bro-
ther, Joseph, a naval lieutenant
(s.g.( is on duty in the South
Pacific.
Pfc. Willie Fraden. of Jackson-
ville, Fla. In France. He was a
member of the initial invasion
forces on D day. ______
M Out This Coupon and Mail ~Tb~"WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Pvt. Murray Kaplan, 37. of
1318 Euclid Ave.. is a prisoner
of war in Germany, according to
word received by his wife. He
\ had been reported missing in ac-
: tion in Belgium since Sept. 6.
' He was in the infantry.
Name_________
Home Addres3...
Birth Date_____
Serial No.
Street City
___Birthplace
State
Civilian Occupation
City State
Marital Status---------
______Rank or Rating
Date Entry Date
In Service.....__________________Discharged
Branch of Service____
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship________Address...
Information Transmitted by------
Telephone number____________
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pvt. Alfred Lustman. 27. of
Baltimore, Md., in Italy.
Shipfitter Leonard D. Mandel.
32, of Jersey City, N. J at the
battle of Saipan.
S/Sgt Benjamin R. Mlcha.l-
son. 28. of Baltimore, Md.. area
unknown.
Lt. Bernard Proko. 24. of
Brooklvn, N. Y., on a reconnais-
sance flight over Germany. Lt
, Proko holds the air medal.
Ffc. Howard Rosen. 23. ot
Kew Gardens, N. Y in Italy, in
the fighting around Rome.
S mingham, Ala., in France. Has
been awarded the Purple Heart.
Lt. Louis T. Schick. 23, of Los
Angeles, Calif., at Anzio.
Cpl. David Schor. 34, of Yonk-
ers. N. Y., in Italy. ___________
^voting This Pan. to th. Effort, of the Army-N.vy Committee. Mad. Possible Through
th. Co-Operation of
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
RESTAURANT
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagl.r St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Av.nu.
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S aAPPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
! RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
US N. Miami Av.nu.
fc. ROTH & HAYS -.
"aufacturers Agent. Langford Bldg.
MONTE SELIG
Miami Florida
176 N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E. Flagler Street
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Beach
RUBINSTEIN'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
NANKINS SHOE STORE
158 E. Flagler Street Miami
ANN'S IMPORTERS
714 Lincoln Road
PAGE SEVEN
FROM FRANCE TO KENTUCKY
Yehudi Manuhin enchants his bed-ridden listeners at
the Camp Breckenridge, Ky., Post Hospital. Shown with
him are Ann Grossman, USO-JWB worker in nearby Mor-
ganfield, and Adolph Bailer, the renowned violinist's ac-
companist. A week before, Mr. Menuhin, n a USO-Camp
Show tour of France, had played at front lines and Paris.
CHAIM WEIZMANN AT SEVENTY


On Monday, November 27. Dr.
Chaim Weizman, the renowned
scientist and president of the
World Zionist Organization and
of the Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine will attain his seventieth
birthday. The event will be cele-
brated all over the country. His
seventieth birthday finds Dr.
Weizmann in full vigor and hard
at work in Jerusalem, where he
arrived by plane from London
on November 16. Weighty prob-
lems affecting the future of Eretz
Israel, in an hour of decision
beset by many difficulties, oc-
cupy the attention of the great
Jewish statesman and architect
of the Jewish Commonwealth.
An announcement regarding
the establishment in Palestine of
a Chaim Weizmann Institute of
Science as a seventieth birthday
tribute and as an everlasting ex-
pression of the affection and es-
teem in which the renowned
scientist and Zionist leader is
held by the lovers of freedom
everywhere, is expected to be
made on November 27.


PAGE EIGHT
+Jmisti norfMatfi
I
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
BOND DRIVE EXTRA
On Monday, November 20, 1944,
the Sixth War Loan Drive began
nounced that the cots and other
equipment were being furnished
by the J.W.B. and U.S.O. I have
with a gigantic parade through (since been informed by reliable
the streets of Miami. While i authority, to wit, Jack Marash
everyone was making noise and
celebrating, we found Brother
Sam Silver seriously at work and
engendering enthusiasm among
his committee members. Brother
Silver informs me that the Lodge
has set a goal of $2,000,000 in
War Bonds and on the eve of
the start of the Drive, Brother
Silver announced that $900,000
of the Beach Y, that the Beach
Y is furnishing the cots and the
space and that the J.W.B. and
U.S.O. are furnishing the linens
and other necessary equipment.
My regrets to all concerned (or
this inadvertent misconception.
The Lodge extends its sincere
thanks to Maurice Grossman and
the Board of Directors of the local
in bonds have already been sold. | Y.M.A.H.A. in graciously extend-
That means, dear Brothers, that, ing the use of the Y building and
almost one-half of our quota has facilities to the A.Z.A. organiza-
been subscribed due to the ef- i tions and their affiliates for a
forts of the Chairman and his New Year's Eve party. After
committee alone. Can you con- many years of effort, the Y is
ceive of the tremendous success | coordinating its activities with
of this project if each of us did j the A.Z.A. groups and the re-
his part? The Lodge has decided suits will be a stronger vouth
to subscribe to the purchase of a organization, which reflects credit
landing craftthanks, which is [ on Sholem Lodge This phase of
commonly known as an L.C.T. our work has been neglected by
Booths have been set up in the; most of the membership, but
lobby of the Dade Federal Sav- : some few are devoting untiring
ings & Loan, the Mercantile Bank | efforts to aid in the building up
and the Miami Beach Federal, i 0f our youths into good citizens.
The other banks in the commun- The result is evident by the num-
ity have expressed their willing- her of former A.Z.A. men who
ness to cooperate in our drive by j are leaders in our community and
crediting the Lodge with any j our nation and the future result
LEAGUE TO HOLD MEET
IN NEW YORK DEC. 20
A plenary meeting of the Lea-
gue for Safeguarding the Fixity
of the Sabbath, established in
1929. will be held at Hotel Edj-
son. New York City, on Wednes-
day evening. December 20. for
the purpose of consolidating the
organization, electing officers to
fill vacancies, and formulating a
program for current activities.
This step was decided upon at
a joint meeting of the Executive
and Advisory Boards of the Lea-
gue held recently at which re-
ports were received of increasing
propaganda activities in favor of
schemes for the reform of the
calendar involving the blank day
device which would result in the
Sabbath falling on different days
of the week from year to year.
MONTHLY GRANTS ARE
INCREASED BY BOARD
bond purchases bought by patrons
who expressly request that B'nai
B'rith get such credit. The entire
community has gone into this
drive with a spirit of unselfish
cooperation and Brother Sam Sil-
ver and his committee cannot be
commended
fine work a
which are b
must realize that in order to
succeed in a quota this large, that
someone must give wholeheart-
edly of his time and efforts. I
believe that Brother Silver has
done this and I speak advisedly
when I say that I am confident
of the success of his undertaking.
The die has been cast and the
start is on, and now is the time
to dig down into those profits
and make those bond purchases
which are so vital to our war
effort. We pray that this will be
can be nothing but good.
The project adopted at the last
meeting in equipping the Nautilus
day room is making fast progress.
Brother Nat Roth and Brother
Van Gilder are co-chairing in a
trary, the amount of money nec-
essary was decided and is being
raised and commitments for the
purchase of the necessary equip-
ment have already been made.
Do not be surprised if within
the month the Lodge announces
the formal opening of this room
which should be attended by the
entire membership. The ladies arc
to be especially commended for
not only devoted cooperation but
in most instances for their fine
initiative.
the last Bond Drive necessary
before the end of this war and ,,, I'V e. JI*ht fs h 0XK!t,
that when the day does arrive"1* "f-il"* ~'""n. I close with;
that no one can be heard to say ? reminder and a plea to buy
that B'nai B'rith was remiss in
its obligations.
I should like to correct an item
appearing in last week's column
in reference to the weekend proj-
ect at the Miami Beach Y. 1 an-
You can't qui* now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds!
B. de C. ROTHSCHILD
REAL ESTATE
in all its branches.
House* Lota Business Property
20 Alhambra Circle
Coral Cables
Phone 43284
bonds. The way to feel that you
are contributing to the war effort
is to figure out how much you
can afford to buy and then double
it. In this way, you are making a
small sacrifice, the other way, you
are sacrificing nothing. Do not
be led into the feeling that vou
are doing wonders by resorting
to a government savings plan.
j This is not commendable.
So lets get out and keep buy-
Inn until that day when you may
i consider your war bonds as one
1 cog in the greater wheel of vic-
tory.
The Lodge has Sam Prosterman
to thank for a much net ded gavel
which he presented to them at
thi' last meeting.
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Since the end of the fiscal year
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Report of the State Welfare
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permitted the Board to budget
an increase in the monthly aver-
age grants of recipients of public
assistance, as follows:
Old-age assistance, from $24 to
$28.50
Aid to dependent children, from
$30 to $33.50
Aid to the blind, from $24.50
to $29.50.
Other results of increased reve-
nues:
The number of persons receiv-
ing the maximum old-age grant
of $40 per month has increased
from 2.970 as of June, 1944 to
6.386 as of October. 1944.
Applications in the three pub-
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assistance, aid to the blind and
aid to dependent childrenare
now practically on a current
basis for the first time since
the state-federal welfare program
was inaugurated on July 1. 1937
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organization of a city unit, at
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day morning. November 21.
Mrs. Spessard L. Holland, Flor-
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^JewlstirhrMian
WHAT THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR
JUDAISM DOES NOT KNOW
*"""- ud jcob H. Kaplan, Ph.D.
1 ,R'?Vth lUbblnlc Aaaociatlon
P*1 f '"renter Miami
1 What the Council and all its
h U KNOW we also know.
fSiSfwe do NOT know they
RftSt weD6 KNOW they
Inn NOT k.iow.
That's the only difference be-
i iTthen naive ideas and our
SAL MATURE IDEAS.
Klo( these Liberal Jews so
LB have i.ecome so orthodox
Rr Liberalism that it is posi-
I^WKHK liberal in theology
IJpractice. but they have frozen
|r liberalism in the same way
Iff reactionary groups freeze
tf method of procedure. The
RSsh and the Christian re-
Krtionary groups in economics.
Iff etc.. once liberal stand
IS a medieval philosophy and
K the facts of life mto the
Gdosophy of the past. "Profes-
Ktti facts do not agree with
I, theory." said a br,gilt young
ESnM? a German Professor
K much the worse for the
Ihrts" was the learned reply.
The true liberal changes his
Ifcory to agree with the facts.
I A few years ago the C.C.A.R.
Lot to its members a resolu-
K similar to one many of the
Protestant ministers sent and
lidopted. that under no circum-
liunces will we advocate war.
Ifen't know how many signatures
Ee Conference received to its
proposal, but I was of those
Kho absolutely refused to sign
K Resolution because the facts
Id the present day do no longer
We with the theory at present.
Krhaps in another century or
1*01 shall aeain change my mind
In that subject, if the facts shall
nrrant such a change of theory.
"We must have a world in
rtuch Jews like all men are free
i abide in peace and in honor.
PAGE NINE
WHICH IS THE BEST
BAR IN TOWN?
HARP VAUGHAN'S
MEXICANA
Cocktail Lounge
Corner 10th and Collins
HOTEL EVANS ARCADE
Summer PricM Now
Fine. Meanwhile WHAT'
in r.,hU?ln ?m Gt'anv was
wife fourth A monlhs and Si
ta-taw were*'Z ? r^T
the Harbor oT Havana. H,U'sa^
wS NOT Sh,r0- b"1 C
were NOT allowed to land but
were sent back to that ffindB
little nation of Belgium, where
they are still hiding if thev an
gLffff (onc ^s alreadyyd"ed
before the war).
Our great country did not have
ESjgtthese a,w oulcasl* of
"Equality of opportunity tor
migration say these wise men
ol Israel.
They must wait! With hat in
hand outside the gates, if there
is room outside.
'Fundamentally, the solution to
the problems of the Jews, a
religious not a national group
rests on the recognition of the
inalienable rights of the indivi-
dual Once that concept of human
freedom is unqualifiedly accept-
ed, Jews will require no special
measure."
How beautiful! Meanwhile
what?
Why not tell that to the Irish.
to the Belgians, to the Poles, to
the Norwegians, to the Greeks.
to all the South American Re-
publics? They all of them will
be able to live anywhere in peace
and harmony! Why separate
themselves into nations? It MAY
come to that in time, but mean-
while WHAT?
The Jews who were not killed
and butchered are hiding some-
where, and these men want them
to WAIT for the MESSIANIC
ERA, which I believe WILL come
' some day, but meanwhile WHAT?
These American Jews are most
provincial in their outlook and
tho sincere in their sympathies,
are uniformed about conditions
in European lands and peoples.
I was asked a hundred times by
the finest Jews in Cincinnati,
why the European Jews in some
lands insist on "Minority Rights."
We don't want minority rights
in this country, therefore, why
should they want minority rights.
My friends, and many of these
men are my very best friends,
and I admire and love many of
them, but alas, they did not live
in Europe as I did, nor can they
visualize conditions so strange
and abhorrent to the American
^j'onedm tadfiafifSS
fLi es' and Rumanians, and
German*, and others who have
PanHthel'btral THEORY
about ."hi aPm' and forKt all
aoout the theory. The facts re-
5S2fl*5 ^e Jews are not
wekome in many countries, and
he Jews, a ireedom loving peo-
ple, are bred of standing with
e^1n1la.ndatI'eaceTabl^and
beg for permission to be heard.
not on the inside of the room,
noi God lorbid, at the table, but
on the outside, holding the ear
ol some kindly disposed Christian
or Oentile, and receiving the
promises of the kindly gentle-
mtn with heartfelt appreciation.
And then wait, and wait!
R is time for Jews, so we
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- .* huis ioi jews, so we
mink, so we know, to have the
right to sit at the table by virtue
of the fact that they have a na-
tional piece of ground, and then
they shall wait with all other
nations and peoples and groups,
for the Messianic Era to arrive.
BLT to wait without even a shel-
i ter from the ruin and storm of
[oppression, is too tragic to en-
I dure.
We in America, well housed
! and fed. and enjoying in many
respect equal rights and oppor-
tunities, are telling the suffer-
ing Jews that they should not
remedy then conditions in the
WAY THEY UNDERSTAND THE
REMEDY, is about the same as
I for them to tell us here in this
I country that we should give up
! our citizenship here because we
: shall be permitted to have equal
j rights anywhere on earth. How
! should we like THAT?
The Poles held on for a few
years to their dream of a na-
i tional existence; the Irish held
on for a few centuries to their
dream of national existence, al-
j tho their nationals were and are
welcome wherever they go, yet
the Jews, who have held fast to
; the dream of a national existence
' for two thousand years with re-
ligious fervor, these Jews must
not try to realize their dream
because a few thinking recation-
ary liberal American Jews talk
of a Messianic Era when the
Jews will be welcome every-
' where on earth.
Our prophets already twenty-
I five hundred years ago said the
same thing when they envisioned
the dream that the time will
come when national shall no
longer lift up sword against na-
tion, nor learn war anvmore.
And I think the time is REALLY
coming when that dream shall
become a reality. Nevertheless,
we have entered a great war. in
spite of the Isolationists and
America Firsters, and have not
given up our dream of a peace-
ful world.
We Jews, who know history
and know the suffering of the
Jews, are praying and working
for the Messianic Era. but mean-
while we want a piece of land
and an army, if you please, and
wait with all other nations lor
the realization of our common
The American Council for Juda-
ism is nothing new in Jewish
History. We had such a Council
m the time of the Maccabees.
These Jews of the Council in
those days, rich and honored in
zed society, were perfect-
ly happy with the dejudaized
conditions, and even were asham-
ed of their circumcised bodies
whenever they entered the
fashionable arena of naked run-
ners But What Happened? They
Sfdnot save Jews and Judaism.
NO" ^ was the common people
hke the followers of the Macca-
bS who saved the day with a
Sic struggle that is still the
X ration of the world today
' T ( Council for Judaism in
America is playing the same role
that the Helenized Jews of the
Maccnbean era played in their
dav And I can assure you. my
Saders? that Judaism and the
,.' -A -ill be saved not by the
American Council for Judaism
bffSBta saved by the Jew.sh
Our Film Folk .
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
An interesting letter arrived at
the White House the other day
from an FD Rooter. It read:
"Somebody ought to tip the
President off about how he per-
mits himself to be photographed
by the newsreels. When they pho-
tograph him very close up and
show all the lines in his face,
they help the propaganda that
he is very tired and sick and
could not last another term.
Please pass the word on, will
you?" .
And from a motion picture
source close to the White House
comes this answer: "Ever since
President Roosevelt first took of-
fice, it has been claimed that the
newsreels make him look badly.
The newsreel cameras certainly
cannot change the lines of char-
acter in a person's face. Obvious-
ly, it is impossible to make a
juvenile out of the President. It
would be a distortion of fact if
any attempt were made to use
makeup. In the first place, the
President would be the last per-
son in the world to permit such
a thing, and, as a newsreel man,
I would be the last man in the
world to suggest it.
"For your information, the
President knows exactly what the
power of each lens is, and he
has yet to object to the use of a
six-eight or twelve inch lens. He
refers to the eight and twelve
inch lenses as the 'boudoir'
lenses because they 'show up all
the blemishes.'
"Some people cannoi under-
stand that the lines in the Presi-
dent's face portray character and
are not lines of illness. Just go
back into the newsreel library
files and look at subjects that
were made of President Roose-
velt ten years ago, and those
same lines and same dark spots
under his eyes are to be found."
* *
With his seven-star special,
"Since You Went Away," break-
ing boxoffice records all over the
country, Producer David O. Selz-
nick has a production schedule
line up for the next few months
which is the envy of most major
studios. Shooting has been com-
pleted on two pictures, "I'll Be
Seeing You," starring Ginger
Rogers, Joseph Cotten and Shir-
ley Temple, and the Alfred
Hitchcock-directed "Spellbound"
starring Ingrid Bergman. Neither
has been released.
Thomas Wolfe's "Look Home-
ward, Angel," already is under-
way. "So Little Time," the film
version of John P. Marquand's
best-seller novel, is scheduled to
go into production in December,
to be followed in early Spring
by "The Scarlet Lily," the story
of Mary Magdalene, which Selz-
,nick will produce in Technicolor
with Ingrra Bergman. Also on
his schedule are "Sarah Bern-
hardt," "Portrait of Jenny" and
"Houdini," the life story of the
world's greatest magician. In-
cidentally, if you didn't know it.
Dave Selznick's last picture
"Gone With the Wind" made
thirty-five million dollars for
him!

For a seven-year-old screen
star, Margaret O'Brien receives
an amazing amount of fan mail
from men in the armed services.
Most of the letters are from fa-
thers. Typical of their touching
content is one Margaret showed
me the other day at Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer from a sergeant in
New Guinea named Arthur Levin,
in which he praises her acting
in "Lost Angel," adding: "I have
a daughter not quite two, and I
really miss her. Seeing you in
that picture made me appreciate
being a father more than ever
before. I have never seen my
daughter, but I only wish that
she will grow up to be as lovely
as you are."

Walt Disney, whose cartoon
studios in Hollywood have been
turning out training films for
the Army, Navy and other Gov-
ernment agencies, forsees the
motion picture as the most potent
force for democratic education in
the post-war. Walt predicts that
the broader applications of the
teaching-training principles via
the screen used by the Army and
Navy during the war could be
immeasurably valuable in re-
habilitating servicemen and wom-
en and civilians both at home
and abroad.
"For in the motion picture we
have a medium that speaks all
languages," he says. "What we
can do in this country we can
do in the class rooms of France
or Germany, India or Japan
throughout the world. That is
where the education picture will
find its real level."
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* knisl tkrHton
PAGE ELEVEN
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
>
I
HERE AND THERE: It can | though the export of citrus fruits
JrS weiledtot the Jewish -mainstay of Palestine's eco-
22i.de group, for a time, will Government that the United
ffffve more than 8.000 men States will not accept a situation
it U composed of infantry,
^lilerv tank and air units .
PJRto be revealed that all
Lgn military commanders in
E Middle East objected to the
Publishment of a separate Jew-
BFnlEade and cabled their pro-
ishBraai. u Office
Eg to the British War .Office
They were overruled by
ne Minister Churchill who is
mwi himself more and more
^ndiy to the Zionist cause .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
' Allbs BAR at 22 NorthwrtMt r,th
*reel. Miami, Florida. tatonT. to
SSStVHC '"'" with the
e!:uVy.o?.(u?rcult Court a
MYERS 4 iSteS"1 KRNER-
.u/nto.ri';3yiof"r7.2A4i,i""*nu-
NOTI OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEtD
Kile 38007
under which the doors"of pZ wi82^JBsSfcWr 1VBN th"
migration And from London ^"ju^ 1dlia,,.6d.the 6th *H
M^Vnr0Hrma^,n ^ Prime c6.fc,eA.nU ^"o,^. "iSi S
Minister Churchill indicated the P1** pUeation for t deed "
Zionist leaders there that Roose- j ^w" Td" r.rt !fi..BC*ord?nc* wlih
velt has pressed on England his ^^i^".!/^.^^^^:^!
views with regard to the Jewish < eJ '? ftlde bounty. Florida! to-wit:
I-ot 42. Bllt. 2. Comfort Gardens,
Ptat Book 6 Pan 140. In the
Uty of Miami. County of Dade.
Mate of Florida.
demands for Palestine The
Department of Commerce is now
paying special attention to Pales-
LKGAL WOnCXB
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, deelrlng to engajce
In business under the fictitious name
of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at 318
21st St., Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to reclster the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOSEPH 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 .!<>
BBSS APARTMENTS at 747 West
Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ISADORE TENDRICH.
SAM TENDRICH.
EDYTHE TENDRICH,
HELEN TENDRICH.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
U. of course, did not prevent
H from summoning. Zionist
ESers in London and giving
fifa stern warning that the
ruination of Lord Moyne may
J^7 serious repercussions on
Hiit demands ... He insisted
K the Jewish Agency assume
2 task of curbing the Jewish
krorist groups in Palestine ...
On the whole, however, the pro-
Zionist sentiments among leading
mups m England did not change
(ter the murder of Lord Moyne
The British Labor Party, at
its coming convention, will de-
finitely support the demand for
the establishment of Palestine as
i Jewish Commonwealth And
members of the British cabinet
who hitherto opposed the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State in
Palestine, are beginning to change
their mind under the influence
of Churchill They are now
considering not one partition plan
for Palestine, but several such
plans One plan would leave
practically the whole of Palestine
in the projected Jewish State.
with the exception of the Nablus-
Naiareth triangle, where few
Jews live Other partition
schemes are much less generous.

WASHINGTON NOTES: Amer-
ican Zionist leaders this week
paid a visit to the State Depart-
ment and had an Important talk
with Under Secretary Edward R.
Stettinius The Foreign
Policy Association believes that
the U. S. Government will prob-
ably ask Britain to review the
whole Palestine question as part
tine A report by the~De- under1 STSSSSm! Cut* "waTin
partment concludes that some of! > "">" or Unknown. i?!Ji.S, JiS
the Substantial industrial do SSfH"*?1** sha" ** redeemed accord-
velopment of Palestine required I S? ",& *%H?L'TBUSSK
to meet war demands will re-l*-,1'- 1S44
main as a permanent asset I A d'^V''* 24,h day of Oclooer-
Experts of the Department be-!' B. b i.eatherman
lieve that political conditions in! Cierk circuit Court. Dade
_. County, Florida.
Circuit Court Baal
..... I? N (" -STERRETT. DC.
10/27 11'4-10-17-24
IN THH COUNT* JL*rXlE-8~COURT
IN AM) Full DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
world community in the future i p. pq^tf'Vof phillip
RABINOWITZ 1'e.eased.
"uhlc io LHLUJons
To All Creditors und All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
Palestine after the war will be
of paramount importance in
shaping the country's economic
future They emphasize that
industrial and commercial life,
capable of contributing to the
as it has in the past."
a
PERSONAL PROFILE: The
rise of Irving Berlin from a sing-
NOTICB 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
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IX)IMS E. PECKERMAN.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
r MUBIIL LEVIN
Copyright, 1*44. Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. Ino.
ing waiter in New York's East I ^fifted and 'retired'?VenTany
Side to one of the great masters lalms and demands which you. or
of popular music is ably told by : 'lther of >'ou- mav hav against the
David Ewen in "Min r.f Pnriiilar MUM of PH1LU? RABINOWITZ de-
. ,. 1" m V^C.n _?V 0DU.la,r t ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
Music nrst published by Ziff- to the Hon. w. k. BLANTON, County
Davis Born as Israel Baline Judge ul Dane County, and file the
in a small town in Siberia, Berlin ; JfJJJLjj ".' J""!' 238
....._ ____., ,. .. _i f.. .Courthouse In Dade County, r lot Ida,
was brought to the United States t wttMll ei,ht calendar months from
as an infant and was one of eight the date uf the first publication here-
children in the Baline family, I *' which lived in ereat novertv as lh" 1''"nl a',,1r,ss "f lhe claimant and
wnicn nvea in great poverty as ,_, ,R. sw,. to auj presented as afore-
many other Jewish immigrants nid, i same win t>e barred. Bee
did at that time His father
became a cantor in a East Side
synagogue in New York and a
part-time supervisor of a kosher
slaughter house Four years j
after the Baline family immiKrat-; **ggjy SPB28 <
ed, the father died ... To keep : phllllp ftablnowltt, Deceaaed.
the family from starvation. Israel 11 j-io-i*-24
Kectloii 120 of the 1933 IM'bate Act.
Date October 27, ad. 1944.
SuHHlE RABINOWITZ.
As Executrix of the La*t Will
and Testament of l'Hll.IJI'
RABINOWITZ. Deceased.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Oiat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HERMITAGE HOTEL,, at 420 N.
E. First Avenue, Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
IRVING ALJNKOFSKY
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
10/8-13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. Is engaged In. busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
HEM I NODE ART CRAFT In Miami,
Florida, and Intends to register the
said 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 un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness under the flcltlous name of
MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO.. not Inc..
115 N. E. 1st Street. Miami. Intend to
register said name In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
GEORGE G. ADDER
Ml I.TON ADLER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11/24 12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAITER 17457ACTS OF 1935
FILE A 8623
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
M, L MASTELLER, holder of State
and County Tax Certificates No. 14675.
14676 and 14677, issued the 3rd day of
. .. j ------------_; ... Me found a 100 leaning, me cierx oi m-
of an 'expected /^""ination h h ^ Bowery County. fWMa.
tt' UT SS^ Stare a busier known as ''Blind Sol." I "gg
dates ... It seems that the State
Department notified the British
nomyhas collapsed, the stage i:
set for continued economic pro
KT EHRKNREICH.
DeFEO.
nomy-has collapsed, the stage is -;---irigynf{ popuiar sonRS on the
singing songs as he led him meyehs & weitzman
Israel then became a busker him-! Attsmm f-.r applicants.
^l# cmnma nnnular snnOS on the H I'"-4 12. -8-l
points out, "there exist possibili-
ties which, if they can be brought
to realization, may make of
Palestine a modern community
with a diversified agricultural,
r710 S. W. I2th AY. MUMr-|
LriL 3-343LJ
'YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
Jrc..rk..f'thV CiVcutTa.urtofD.de
County. KRT BAR0N;
cafe in which he worked had j mViN i,WoRKINnr-
been emptied of '" -?
York Meanwhile, ho began
writing songs Long after the
its clientele.
young Israel Baline would re-
main at his upright piano ex-
perimenting with original mel-
odies ... His first revenue from
writing was thirty-sc
. He received
lyrics which he
song called "Mane
Italy" ... On the
music then appeared for the first
time the name I. Berlin That
little lyric converted Berlin into
a song-writer
LBON KAPLAN.
Att'Tnev fur Applicants.
11 17-24 121-8-15
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No 14675. The assessment of said
property under the said Certificate
issued was In the name, of A. A.
Lot M, lllock 18. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. PnC
63, In the County of Dade. State oi
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No 14676. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
Issued was in the name of A. A.
Lot'fcl. Block 20. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page
Bt, In the County of I>ade. State of
Florida as embraced In C ertiflcate
No. 14677. The assessment <>/"''
property under the said CertMJeaM
Issued was in the name of Fred w.
II, i.i \ ( t nls
Unless said Certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law the prop-
HERNHARB KA8&
n 10-17-H M i
MOTICE IS HERHHY GIVEN tha.
Nl.n',ti'lnH.l desiring to engag.
WOfflCttLH
TK -tAJOtlTT Of HOtTKM
nSH FWOAL MKS
hfcMhl Ctadl, ramiaW ee aW
MC MIAMI BUM t MJAMB
Exclusively Jewish
Florida
by organizing and writing an all;
soldier show "Y.p-Y,P Vaphank
which brought thousands of do I
lars into the Camp Fund Ji*
cated all profits from that song
to the Bov and Girl Scouts ...
In the 1929 crisis. Berlin lost
BENJAMIN BOMCD*.
RUSSELL IiriJ-MAN.
ROBERT SHAEFEER.
M*\ l( SILVER, ,
M Attorney for Applicants.
M 10-17-24 12/1-8
name with the S'"" norida.
11,10-17-24 12,1-8
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AUGUST BROS Rw
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was baseless .
oug
thousands of dollar^
was baseless y- dway his County.
which "netted him_hunareaS j AMorney.^
K1"l":1 JACK BERNARD.
4 ilI-.lMAN.
for Applicant
"ITTirMPRFBT GIVEN that
T NOTICE 18 V Wring to engage
,, wn^ernlgned. de'lr'n" ,.
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11/10-17-2* 12/-
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w^&t&ihmmov. d. c.
11/24 12/1-8-15______________(
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K O P*E L S
20 N. E. 11th Street Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
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W,rLACltPC-CCU" UCROA
Just one year ago .this month
forty-four nations joined favuM
in a common determination to
bring relief to the suffering peo-
ples of the war-ravaged nation*
abroad. The formation of the
United Nations Relief and Re-.
habilitations Administration wan
soon termed by its new director-
general, Herbert H. Lehman. "
milestone that will stand in hia-
tory as the initial marker of one
of the greatest humanitarian ef-
forts the world has ever under-
taken."
Twelve months have passed
since the countries of good-will
gathered here in Washington to
participate in the historic cere-
monies binding them together to
common purpose. Yet, the activi-
ties of UNRRA have been almost
entirely in the realm of "prepara-
tion." What the international or-
ganization can do must yet be
proved. What the international
organization will be permitted
to do must yet be seen.
UNRRA's principal activity
seems to have been to take over
from the military forces responsi-
bility for managing camps foe-
Greek and Yugoslav refugees to
Egypt, Syria and Palestine. The
care of 50,000 when help for hun-
dreds of millions is needed! And
when help to at least some great-
er part could have been made
available.
In a summary of activities of
the past year, it is claimed that
UNRRA has refined estimates of
import needs for areas to be
liberated; has requested supply
nations to procure necessary
goods; has provided for the con-
tract of goods, such as textile*,
which require long periods tor
production. Technicians have
been sent to Central and South
America and elsewhere to work
out with member countries the
nature of their contributions. All
of which are vitally necessary as
preliminaries to administering re-
lief. And UNRRA's attempts to
assure, for all liberated countries,
EQUITBALE sharing of scarce
goods and limited shippingre-
gardless of national wealthgive
reason for the organization's
existence even if there were no
other.
Also UNRRA has been busy
drafting and negotiating opera-
tion agreements with the gov-
ernments of the liberated areas
to cover the post-military relief
period in those areas. Other such
negotiations are scheduled for-
th e future.
Exploratory missions to sound
out relief needs are being made
ready for Poland, Czechoslovakia,
and Ethiopia. One- such mission;
has already been sent to Luxem-
bourg.
An "advance contingent" to-
work out arrangements for the
program there has just been sent
to Italy, desperately in need of
cfganized and plentiful relief.
Only limited aid, however, has
been authorized by UNRRA mem-
ber governments because of
Italy's former Axis status.
Otherwise, UNRRA has personv
nel assisting the military. They
are accompanying civil affairs of-
ficers of the liberating forces
in Greece. Similarly they are
assisting military officials re-
sponsible for displaced persons
and health in France and Bel-
gium.
But the plain fact remains that
UNRRA has done very little in
the field thus far.
It is not for lack of financial
support that the international or-
ganization has failed to partici-
pate seriously in the job of re-
lief thus far. By October of this
year $1,224,060,000 were made
available to UNRRA and another
$600,000,000 had been authorized
or was in the process of being
authorized.
UNRRA, nevertheless, has been
powerless. The Allied armies have
kept tight reigns oh the shipping
facilities and on supplies. UNRRA
wait for invitation from either
the army or a regularly consti-
tuted government before enter-
ing on the scene of relief. Thus
far liberated governments and
to-be-liberated governments have
shown reluctance to issue any
invitations, and the army has
been evidencing a similar inh<|-
pitality, particularly when it
comes to giving UNRRA person-
nel responsibility.
The next few months will be
the crucial ones. Director-General
Lehman is in Europe now, with
plans to visit liberated areas. He
is expected to learn whether
UNRRA, equipped to do a job-
that must be done, will get thev
opportunity to do it





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Across the world the sound of shells has ceased ....
And quiet shrouds the battle-rubbled West
The enemy has laid away his arms, and Death and Pain
are done in France.
But I go on ... for I must fight and kill. ...
And work and sweat... and hide and run ..,;
For here the enemy is very much alive ...
His bullets still are made of lead ...
Their angry whispers still foretell of sudden death
For me and others crouched in slime and mud ...
The end for us is yet to come ...
And so we pray to God to give us strength
To fight and win without the waste of Time
And with His Will. to see our homes again.
The Sixth War Loan Drive is on. That means it's every
American's job to buy at least an extra $100 War *ond
Buy yours today.
6mor9 rtnons for buying of /eosf an xtra $100 War
Bond In th* 6th!
I. War Bond* art ths bt, the sofait inv.jtm.nt In th woHdI
2. War tail return yeu $4 for vary $S at maturity.
3. War lands ara as canvaniant a* cadi-and In-
create in valwa to baotl
4. War Bands moan education far your children,
security far you, a nest 0g to fall bock on coma
what may.
5. War Bond, help keep down the cost of living.
6. War Bands will help win the Peace by increas-
ing purchasing power after the war.
THIS VITAL TO
The Fruit Bowl, Inc.
Breedings Lincoln Rood
Buchwald & Co.
Joseph Daoud's Sons
The Cotton Shop
Zachary Bogert
Park Central Hotel
Biscayne Laundry
Harry Sirldn
Kahn & Alpert
Enfield Camera Shop
B. E. Bronston Realtor
Louis Karlebach
Your Country is still at war-ARE YOU ?
VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING
f
W. I. Feuer Realtor
Archer Fruit Co.
Wofford Hotel
Skagseth Stationery
Mandell & Co. Carpets
Feiners Realtors
Daniel Broad
Harry I. Magid
Weinkles Liguor Stores
Auerbach Paint Co.
Laura Pack
Mrs. Martha Sussldnd
Chester W. Krone
S. A. Goodman
Harry Zuckemick
Simco Shoes lor Men
George J. Bertman
David Phillips
Russian Bear
Benjamin Blumenield
lacldes Fine Food
Irvin Frankel
Lyon Electric Co.. Inc.
Moss Printing Co.
W. A. Wally
Al's Sandwich Shop
RUDY R. ADLER WILL MAKE YOUR BOND BUYING
1 Lincoln Road. Y. M. & W. H. JL-Phon. 5-5319
PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS
Shoreham & Norman Hotel
Twin City Transit Co.
Corsair Hotel
Wilsons Sport Shop
Arlington Hotel
Tropics Textile & Fum. Co.
Silver Paint Co.
Trousseau Shop
M. M. Rippa (Fairyland)
Murray's Lincoln Rd. Restaurant
Sraeel & Jabaly
Louis W. Pokress
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PAGE TEN +Jc*lstincr*0nn TODAY, wong pn YOUR B'NAI B'RITH SAYS If you've got... an *> to your future you'll get on your shoulders... as many of these as you possibly can! War Bonds-to have and to hold I Supporting Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith 6th War Bond Effort EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. FlagUr St. WILLIAM SINGER Royal Castle System. Inc. 8 S. W. 2nd AT*. STEVEN'S MARKET 2201 N. W. 62nd St. HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELER 140 N. E. 2nd Are. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 45 N. E. lit AT*. WOLFF & FEUER. REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS 41 N. E. 1st AT*. LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. Flagler St. HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 76 N. W. 14th St. GEORGE J. BERTMAN T • R ? AL ESTATE Lincoln Road — Miami B*ach GULF DRUG SALES CO. 18 N. W. 7th St KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami AT*.. Miami JOHNNIE 6, MACK BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th Str**t. Miami WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES Miami — Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. REALTOR 'Trustworthy Serrice'" Lincoln Road — Miami Beach JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 1417 Washington AT*. Miwni B*ach LEONARD STORE 741 N. W. 2nd AT*. Miami RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1236 Washington AT*. — Phon* 5-7777 SAM B. MILLER tit 8. W. 4th St — Miami GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AT*. — Phon* 3-3431 CROMER WHOLESALE CO. 12 N. E. 3rd St — Miami DR. FREDERICK R. FRANK Chiropodist — Phys^*"* 1138 W. FlagUr St. — M**"" GREEN BROS.. BROKERS 55 N. E. 24th St — Miami JEAN'S CANDY CO. 212 Collins AT*. — Miami Be r MARKOWITZ BROS., PLUMBUM 328 W. FlagUr St — Miami NORTON TIRE CO.. INC 500 W. FlagUr St Miami



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romAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944 1ST FLAGLER IS win OF Completing the greatest openuTwcck in the history of Flor£: greyhound racing, the West Mr Kennel club is ready to ', pn t its second major weekend Sf the sport, nightly programs .tar'ine at 8 p. m. All records for attendance and rnntucl P'ay have been erased tor the early November period while in the racing divmon. the wtrons have seen such Derby JSB as Martin Roll, Wingover, Heartha and others turn in thriirS competitions. In addition, the latest roster of young dogs to E> registered here since before £e war are kenneled at Flakier id already being pointed towards the coming $1,000 Flagl Headline news which claimed national attention during the first "eek of the Flagler 83-night meeting, was the announcement by Jacob Sher. president, and William L. Huntley. vice president and general manager, of the history-making increase in nurses, an advance of the maximum nightly purses from $2,000 to $4,000. The present West Flagler Kennel club management has long been the leader in steadily adRIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 12M Washington Ave. Miami Reach LB KewTwkOlh Si i Arasietdam Avt 5-7777 BIVERSIOE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT vancing the sport in all deoart rnents for both the public and dog owners. Eleven years M 2 to in the country to SLbS, %  £•7 ISftf a-American greyhound breeders and owners additional Incentive to improve bloodlines by advancing their breeding establishments comparable to the large grey! & nd b "* dln K centers in EnJ,a d an Australia, named a graduated schedule of purses Eased on nightly mutuel handle. This provided a purse distribution of ar^TTT $I0 00 up ,0 W.000 as graduated on a $35,000 to $100 000 or more nightly mutuel play. The announcement now double that. The former schedule continues and now with each $10,000 adY ance ,n mutuel play over $100,l. D0 'j a n J addlt onal 5200 in purses is added to the maximum of $4 000 in purses for $20,000 or more in mutuels. The nightly racing continues at 8 p. m. with the daily double on the first and third races, yuinielas are offered on each race. ^Jwistncrldltoti PAGE FIVE MIAMI Y TO HOLD ITS ANNUAL NOMINATIONS The YM & YWHA of Miami will have its annual meeting for nomination of officers on Wednesday evening, December 6 at the Town "Y." The nominating committee, composed of Jerome Freehling chairman; W. D. Singer, Harry Gerstein, S. B. Miller and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, will present its recommendations. Nominations may be made from the floor. An interesting program is being planned by the committee. Buy War Bonos and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Aniwer Call 2-5105 SAMUEL I. BARG Jewelry, Leather Qoodi, Hand Bags, Flowers, Feathers, Toys, Oolli and Stuffed Animala. WHOLESALE ONLY Showroom S23-25 Btybotd nuisTelephone I-8JM SEEYOU coLuns tTwermETiWHERE THE SMART BEACHITES MEET Hippy's RESTAURANT 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 30c — Luncheons from 65c Sunday Dinner Served from 1 P. M. Daily from B P. M. to 10 P. M. AIR-CONDITIONED MUSIC BY MUZAK JULIUS KASDIN, Owner Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League rlJ? v" 1 # cts from a buttered rw K U enjoy reading the December issue of Reader's Scope —now on the newsstands. There's an article on page 72 which is dynamite George Bertman. who always seems busy working r^iu „ R ? d of the community, Hin "w te M, tl P n to the Allowing clip. We'll be a lot closer to the millennium when we think of u,K i( ne 2L Kuy not as b ack or I ,* a „ t ^ C r hnstian or Jew R^oublii can or Democrat-but as gentlemen or heels The Clerev K 1 ^ 10 '.initiated by this office mf.nir Pnl 'u has spread to comVnrb Z\ all uYi' r tne nation New York City held one a few days ago which describes the meeting ?i S f, Un f P r £ ceden ted in the religious life of New York. "The Institute & d J f romole b V mutual understanding, greater intorfaith cooperation and solidarity" Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati has adopted the Clergy Institute as one of their important community projects. Your Difh C t ( r ,K S Rrat i fied a the thought MI A ? ecd we P lan ted here last April has grown into a mighty tree The B'nai B'rith Arbitration Panel is still functioning. Under the direction of Chairman Harry Zukernick on Miami Beach many cases have been settled amicably and in strict privacy during the past year. You may refer any matters by telephoning Mr. Zukernick or this office ... A recommended book is "Some of My Best Friends Are Soldiers" by Margaret Halsey. It is not only good reading but it also denounces bigots in no uncertain terms in the following, quote: "Rabinowitz Zablowski, Murphy and Vitello! They are not what some people call fine old American names. But they made fine old American soldiers—and fine old American corpses!" I.D.C. BOARD TO TALK ABOUT POST-WAR AIMS Preceding the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, which will be held Sunday. December 10. at the Hotel Commodore in New York City, the J.D.C. Board of Directors will meet to consider the problems of immediate and post-war needs of European Jews. The tremendous calls upon the | J.D.C. in the liberated countries of France, Italy, Belgium. Holland, Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and Greece are clear indications of the unprecedented demands which the J.D.C. will have to meet as other parts of Europe are liberated, it was stated. k -r Every Weekday Night! POST 8 P. M 1 0 RACES The Best In Dog Racing at Florida's No. 1 Greyhound Racing Center (No Minors Admitted) DAILY DOUBLE. 1st AND 3rd ^WTLAGLER KENNEL CLUB WEST FLAGLER AT 37TH AVE. For patrons desiring to use bus transportation, convenient service is offered over the Red Adams Bus from the Professional Bldo. station, 218 N. E. 2nd Ave., via its N. W. 7th St. route to the Army Air Base. Palm Beach Notes MRS. MAST SCHREBN1CX Se p t—s itan> e Sam Kapner writes from the Pacific that the palms remind him of home. He is one of several sons of Mrs. Hyman Kapner, of South Palm Beach, in the service. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, operators of a Jewish bakery here for more than ten years, are now making their home in Philadelphia. With them is their daughter, Ethel, and son, Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene are now residing in Minnesota. Capt. and Mrs. S. L. Messina (Connie Lee), 425 11th St.. left this morning for a visit with Capt. Messina's parents at Easton. Pa. Capt. Messina, who recently returned from six month's overseas duty with the Dental Corps, is now stationed at Morrison Field. regular meeting Tuesday at Sher Memorial hall. Dr. Louis Schultz, pastor of the Congregational Church of Lake Worth, was guest speaker. He spoke on "Lebanon." Friends of Hugo Gold of Palm Beach and Pahokee, will learn with regret of the sudden death of Mr. Gold on Thursday, November 16th. He was a communal worker and a devoted member of Congregation Beth El. He is survived by his wife, daughter, and two sons, both overseas. Beth El Sisterhood held its Dr. Bernstein was guest speaker at the Friday night services of Congregation Beth El. His topic was "What Religion Means To Me." Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zamore and daughter arrived from Ellenville, N. Y. to spend the winter here with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trachtenberg. CAVALCADE OF MUSIC TO M. B. DECEMBER 3 THREE O'CLOCK AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK" WAKEFUL NIGHTS-how the time drags. 10nut -cent like hou we worry over ^, n 3 done and left undone. Alter *£•££ ^ c wo nt up In the morning more ^J^iSrB Refill to bed. Nervous Tension -WuS Nernight and wakeful nights are likely w vous Tension. Next Umo you fcelN crvo Keyed Up or begin to toss, tumble and worry you fet to bed —try _.... % % %  DR. MILES NERVINE (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) jDR. MILES NERVINE helps to ease Nervous Tensionto^ !" l \ alce gJAta* sleep Whe „ you are Keyed Up. Cranky. Fidgety. Hake "'• """.Nervine. Try it for Nervous Headache and Ncrwms"" %  u < M._.I J ...-r F Small* Bottle -* *:r -""' -Nervine. Try it for Nervous Headache ana "•"— h*2JL M i le Nervine at your drug store, fervescent ia^ S %  hrSL 75 *' Sm U P^k*** &* L1 9 uid L PR BoU ntr-cd to satisfy or ?oVt h ql i ,U ••*£• as ie&tive. both ^rwjeedto ssus r money back. Read directions and us* only as directed. The Cavalcade of Jewish Music now on its sixth annual consecutive tour of the United States, comes to Miami Beach on Sunday, December 3. This event is under the joint sponsorship of the Town and Beach "Y's" as part of its cultural program. During a recent interview with Susie Michael and Maurice Friedman, the stars who created this program, the underlying basis for the origin of this unique contribution to the world of art and drama was given. "We created the Cavalcade of Jewish Music for many different reasons" said Maurice Friedman. "As Americans we felt there was a real need for such a program for wo know that this country is a huge melting pot composed of dozens of minority groups. Each group has ccme here with his own vivid, expressive culture and creed to enrich and strengthen this land. To be unprejudiced and loyal citizens of this great Demoy each of us must lend a listening ear and an open mind •o the contributions of every minority group. Jewish culture we know is a very ancient one and America has much to gain hv listening to what our people have created in the 3000 years we have lived. That is one of the primary purposes for the creation of the Cavalcade of Jewish Music—to interpret Jewish culture through the colorful medium, of its music." SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring lbs Nationally Famoua Southern Dairies Pro ducts and lea Cream AS NEAH TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE KB CsTBAfcat 'MILK FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAJNHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. 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m mAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944 *Jeist> Her Mian -*i TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Sunned u r O^ 1 ^ Th. Jewtah Well !" Boom T^. l l l 2V5l2WJfc** Fed <^ %  ^ F R p %  R d of Oui Men in Service SERVICE PARADE! Robert M. Dhl was home on JLeh visiting with his parents u> and Mrs. Edward M. Deehl J'8901 North East Bayshore ^'hl was stationed at the University of Carolina where he 1L a student naval air cadet. H left Monday for Jacksonville. a be re-assigned. Theodore Schwtnmtn, cadet midshipman merchant marine, is home on leave, visiting with his pwents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. jthwarzman. Abe Schoenf.ld. 2/c Petty Offer, left Melbourne, Fla.. to aend his ten day leave with his ,ijter and brother-in-law. Mr. Hid Mrs. Ben Rozansky and their daughter, Washington, D. C. Pvt Jack Raskin, who was wounded Aug. 28 in France, has been evacuated to a hospital. A former Miami salesman, he went overseas last June. His son, Stephen Lee, born Sept. 6. and Mn. Raskin are living with her pirents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pevorotf, 1035 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottes%  un, 1037 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, learned this week that their daughter, WAVE Harrittte Gottesman, has been promoted to seaman, first class, at Pensacola Naval Air station, where she's on duty now as a weather observer. Miss Gottesman enlisted here last May A graduate of Miami Beach High school, she also attended the University of Alabama. The Greater Miami ArmyNivy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what Uy are seeing and doing. SGT. BLUMBERG SAVES PLANE WITH STRING Master Sgt. Harold B. Blumberg, 22. of HI East Thirty-fifth 5>t, saved a Flying Fortress with a piece of string and shot down a German fighter on his first combat flight, the Associated Press reported in a dispatch from a U. S. bomber base in Britain. The Associated Press, Oct 24 account said: "It was on a mission to Warsaw September 18. Supplies were dropped to beleaguered Polish forces and the bombers flew on to Russia. "Enemy fighter attacked the Fortress twice. The pilot, Lieut. Paul R. Hibbard, Seattle, Wash., was killed. Two other crewmen were wounded seriously and the bomber was crippled. "Forty 20 mm. shells riddled the fuselage. The control cables were severed by flak and without them the plane could not land. "Master Sergeant Blumberg crawled out onto the narrow catwalk above the open bomb bay doors and spliced the cables with a length of silk cord from his flying suit. "Formerly a welder, Master Sergeant Blumberg has been overseas 15 months with the 380th Bombardment group which holds a presidential citation for attacks on Nazi warplants. "He fired both waist guns after Sgt. William C. Fletcher. Big Stone Gape, Va., went back to relieve the wounded tail gunner. It was while jumping from one gun to the other that he bagged a ME-109. "The injured crewmen are recovering in a Russian hospital." The sergeant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blumberg of Savannah and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg of this city. I W. B. SERICEMEN'S CALENDAR Monday: PisrusBion Group. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM 4 Yrf*. Chaplain C.rlT Miller. Taeeatat/i Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan. n rdamday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach YM & YHA; 8tudy Group, The Reeonatrurtlonlat Movement." 9 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA Chaplain Saul Kraft. Kriday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM & WHA: Chaplain Carl I. Miller, Polnciana Hotel. 1566 Colllna Are., Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments served by hoateanea from the Miami Beach Service LeeKue. Chaplain Meyer Meremlnaky. Chap.'! No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreamenta served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Danre. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshmenta served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Miami YM & YWHA. 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. Capt. Stanley L. Stern. 615 S. W. 12th Ave., has been heard from on Saipan. Capt. Stern, a graduate of Miami Senior High school, formerly was manager of the Cameo and Surf theaters, Miami Beach. His mother. Mrs. Ethel M. Stern, lives at the local address. KILLED IN ACTION Lt. Louis Dwoskin, 23, of Jacksonville, Fla. In the struggle for the Cherbourg peninsula. His brother, Joseph, a naval lieutenant (s.g.( is on duty in the South Pacific. Pfc. Willie Fraden. of Jacksonville, Fla. In France. He was a member of the initial invasion forces on D day. M Out This Coupon and Mail ~Tb~"WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Pvt. Murray Kaplan, 37. of 1318 Euclid Ave.. is a prisoner of war in Germany, according to word received by his wife. He \ had been reported missing in ac: tion in Belgium since Sept. 6. %  He was in the infantry. Name Home Addres3... Birth Date Serial No. Street City Birthplace— State Civilian Occupation— City State Marital Status Rank or Rating Date Entry Date In Service Discharged Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress... Information Transmitted by Telephone number _— WOUNDED IN ACTION Pvt. Alfred Lustman. 27. of Baltimore, Md., in Italy. Shipfitter Leonard D. Mandel. 32, of Jersey City, N. J„ at the battle of Saipan. S/Sgt Benjamin R. Mlcha.lson. 28. of Baltimore, Md.. area unknown. Lt. Bernard Proko. 24. of Brooklvn, N. Y., on a reconnaissance flight over Germany. Lt Proko holds the air medal. Ffc. Howard Rosen. 23. ot Kew Gardens, N. Y„ in Italy, in the fighting around Rome. S

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PAGE EIGHT +Jmisti norfMatfi I B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG BOND DRIVE EXTRA On Monday, November 20, 1944, the Sixth War Loan Drive began nounced that the cots and other equipment were being furnished by the J.W.B. and U.S.O. I have with a gigantic parade through (since been informed by reliable the streets of Miami. While i authority, to wit, Jack Marash everyone was making noise and celebrating, we found Brother Sam Silver seriously at work and engendering enthusiasm among his committee members. Brother Silver informs me that the Lodge has set a goal of $2,000,000 in War Bonds and on the eve of the start of the Drive, Brother Silver announced that $900,000 of the Beach Y, that the Beach Y is furnishing the cots and the space and that the J.W.B. and U.S.O. are furnishing the linens and other necessary equipment. My regrets to all concerned (or this inadvertent misconception. The Lodge extends its sincere thanks to Maurice Grossman and the Board of Directors of the local in bonds have already been sold. | Y.M.A.H.A. in graciously extendThat means, dear Brothers, that, i n g the use of the Y building and almost one-half of our quota has facilities to the A.Z.A. organizabeen subscribed due to the efi tions and their affiliates for a forts of the Chairman and his New Year's Eve party. After committee alone. Can you conmany years of effort, the Y is ceive of the tremendous success | coordinating its activities with of this project if each of us did j the A.Z.A. groups and the rehis part? The Lodge has decided suits will be a stronger vouth to subscribe to the purchase of a organization, which reflects credit landing craft—thanks, which is [ on Sholem Lodge This phase of commonly known as an L.C.T. our work has been neglected by Booths have been set up in the ; most of the membership, but lobby of the Dade Federal Sav: some few are devoting untiring ings & Loan, the Mercantile Bank | efforts to aid in the building up and the Miami Beach Federal, i 0 f our youths into good citizens. The other banks in the communThe result is evident by the numity have expressed their willing! her of former A.Z.A. men who ness to cooperate in our drive by j are leaders in our community and crediting the Lodge with any j our nation and the future result LEAGUE TO HOLD MEET IN NEW YORK DEC. 20 A plenary meeting of the League for Safeguarding the Fixity of the Sabbath, established in 1929. will be held at Hotel Edjson. New York City, on Wednesday evening. December 20. for the purpose of consolidating the organization, electing officers to fill vacancies, and formulating a program for current activities. This step was decided upon at a joint meeting of the Executive and Advisory Boards of the League held recently at which reports were received of increasing propaganda activities in favor of schemes for the reform of the calendar involving the blank day device which would result in the Sabbath falling on different days of the week from year to year. MONTHLY GRANTS ARE INCREASED BY BOARD bond purchases bought by patrons who expressly request that B'nai B'rith get such credit. The entire community has gone into this drive with a spirit of unselfish cooperation and Brother Sam Silver and his committee cannot be commended fine work a which are b must realize that in order to succeed in a quota this large, that someone must give wholeheartedly of his time and efforts. I believe that Brother Silver has done this and I speak advisedly when I say that I am confident of the success of his undertaking. The die has been cast and the start is on, and now is the time to dig down into those profits and make those bond purchases which are so vital to our war effort. We pray that this will be can be nothing but good. The project adopted at the last meeting in equipping the Nautilus day room is making fast progress. Brother Nat Roth and Brother Van Gilder are co-chairing in a trary, the amount of money necessary was decided and is being raised and commitments for the purchase of the necessary equipment have already been made. Do not be surprised if within the month the Lodge announces the formal opening of this room which should be attended by the entire membership. The ladies arc to be especially commended for not only devoted cooperation but in most instances for their fine initiative. the last Bond Drive necessary before the end of this war and ,„,, I'V e JI ht f s h 0XK !t that when the day does arrive" 1 f i l "* ~'""n. I close with; that no one can be heard to say ? reminder and a plea to buy that B'nai B'rith was remiss in its obligations. I should like to correct an item appearing in last week's column in reference to the weekend project at th e Miami Beach Y. 1 anYou can't qui* now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! B. de C. ROTHSCHILD REAL ESTATE in all its branches. House* Lota —Business Property 20 Alhambra Circle Coral Cables Phone 43284 bonds. The way to feel that you are contributing to the war effort is to figure out how much you can afford to buy and then double it. In this way, you are making a small sacrifice, the other way, you are sacrificing nothing. Do not be led into the feeling that vou are doing wonders by resorting to a government savings plan. j This is not commendable. So lets get out and keep buyInn until that day when you may i consider your war bonds as one 1 cog in the greater wheel of victory. The Lodge has Sam Prosterman to thank for a much net ded gavel which he presented to them at thi' last meeting. 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 STRICTLY OBSERVED Embassy Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue TO HUNGARIAN-JEWISH CUISINE All Pastry Baked on Premiss* Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel,. 5-6114 Since the end of the fiscal year reviewed in the Seventh Annual Report of the State Welfare Board, additional revenues have permitted the Board to budget an increase in the monthly average grants of recipients of public assistance, as follows: Old-age assistance, from $24 to $28.50 Aid to dependent children, from $30 to $33.50 Aid to the blind, from $24.50 to $29.50. Other results of increased revenues: The number of persons receiving the maximum old-age grant of $40 per month has increased from 2.970 as of June, 1944 to 6.386 as of October. 1944. Applications in the three public assistance categories—old-age assistance, aid to the blind and aid to dependent children—are now practically on a current basis for the first time since the state-federal welfare program was inaugurated on July 1. 1937 ask lor KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! 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JTORKMEN*SCffiCTP^ SZAB0 "What To Do With ru After the War" will hT? m, r ject of a lectured b?i h ,?wt by Capt. Stephen sEtt" 1 a gathering of he Sza w b > Circle Sunday night Tn* kmen ng will be held 5t ? me {on.Ave.. Miami &S *"N; begin at 8:30. and W 'U SHRINE CARNIVAL WILL BE HELD DEC. 1 THRU 17 The fourth annual Shrine Carnival under the supervision of Mahi Temple, will be held Dec. 1 through Dec. 17 at the Miami circus grounds off N. W. 7th Ave. it has been announced by Potentate Milo Coffrin. The Shrine Carnival, long one of the outstanding events of its kind to be staged here, is presented with receipts going to the Shrine's underprivileged children and hospital funds. This year it again will feature the nationally known Endy Brothers Shows, the extensive schedule recently signed by the Shrine including 10 rides, 11 shows and the biggest midway in history. Features are the Zaccanhi cannon act, a special high dive and glamorous water show. Special nights are being arranged to care for all Metropolitan Miami school children as well as service folks in this area. Wh.n Y.u TJtaJ, of „.., Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN Suppo rt thcJSixth WarT^T MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor RENTALS LEASES SALES LoW. Homes. Hoteli Apartment KOUMS M. GILLER REALTOR H4i Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 Support the Sixth War Loan. TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Drire MIAMI BEACH Dining Room Open to Public Strict Dietary Cuisine Specialized Carpet and Upholstery CLEANING MOTH PROOFING DEODORIZING MILDEW PROOFING Ruga ProceiMd On Floor Dry In 9 Hour*—No Shnnkije An Exclusive Procoi* Not Shampooing A T R SERVICE CO. M N. E. 50th Terrace Phone 78-1961 Support the Sixth War Loan _. jiiiiiinr"— •Hill 'fff'i ADVANTAGES of <* HARE I KIMIK Al MORTGAGE -=v • 7 LOW RATES BA8Y JATMBNTS LONO TIM* TO PAY PROMPT SBRVICB AHOMRIK8TITUTIOH *£5* Deal With Your LOCAL. 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flpAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944 ^JewlstirhrMian WHAT THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM DOES NOT KNOW *"""ud jcob H. Kaplan, Ph.D. 1 R '?Vth lUbblnlc Aaaociatlon %  P* 1 f '"renter Miami 1 What the Council and all its h U KNOW we also know. fSiSfwe do NOT know they RftSt weD6 KNOW they Inn NOT k.iow. That's the only difference bei iTthen naive ideas and our SAL MATURE IDEAS. Klo( these Liberal Jews so LB have i.ecome so orthodox Rr Liberalism that it is posiI^WKHK liberal in theology IJpractice. but they have frozen |£r liberalism in the same way Iff reactionary groups freeze tf method of procedure. The RSsh and the Christian reKrtionary groups in economics. Iff etc.. once liberal stand IS a medieval philosophy and K the facts of life mto the Gdosophy of the past. "ProfesKtti facts do not agree with I !" theory." said a br,g i lt young ESnM? a German Professor K much the worse for the Ihrts" was the learned reply. %  The true liberal changes his Ifcory to agree with the facts. I A few years ago the C.C.A.R. Lot to its members a resoluK similar to one many of the %  Protestant ministers sent and lidopted. that under no circumliunces will we advocate war. Ifen't know how many signatures Ee Conference received to its %  proposal, but I was of those Kho absolutely refused to sign K Resolution because the facts Id the present day do no longer %  We with the theory at present. Krhaps in another century or 1*01 shall aeain change my mind In that subject, if the facts shall nrrant such a change of theory. "We must have a world in rtuch Jews like all men are free i abide in peace and in honor. PAGE NINE WHICH IS THE BEST BAR IN TOWN? HARP VAUGHAN'S MEXICANA Cocktail Lounge Corner 10th and Collins HOTEL EVANS ARCADE Summer PricM Now Fine. Meanwhile WHAT' in r.,h U ? ln £? m Gt !" anv was wife fourth A monlhs and Si ta-taw were* !" Z §? r^T the Harbor oT Havana. H, U 'sa^ wS NOT Sh r0 b 1 C were NOT allowed to land but were sen t back to that ffindB little nation of Belgium, where they are still hiding if thev an gLffff (onc ^s already y d"ed before the war). Our great country did not have ESjgt t hese a,w oulcasl of "Equality of opportunity tor migration say these wise men ol Israel. They must wait! With hat in hand outside the gates, if there is room outside. '•Fundamentally, the solution to the problems of the Jews, a religious not a national group rests on the recognition of the inalienable rights of the individual Once that concept of human freedom is unqualifiedly accepted, Jews will require no special measure." How beautiful! Meanwhile what? Why not tell that to the Irish. to the Belgians, to the Poles, to the Norwegians, to the Greeks. to all the South American Republics? They all of them will be able to live anywhere in peace and harmony! Why separate themselves into nations? It MAY come to that in time, but meanwhile WHAT? The Jews who were not killed and butchered are hiding somewhere, and these men want them to WAIT for the MESSIANIC ERA, which I believe WILL come some day, but meanwhile WHAT? These American Jews are most provincial in their outlook and tho sincere in their sympathies, are uniformed about conditions in European lands and peoples. I was asked a hundred times by the finest Jews in Cincinnati, why the European Jews in some lands insist on "Minority Rights." We don't want minority rights in this country, therefore, why should they want minority rights. My friends, and many of these men are my very best friends, and I admire and love many of them, but alas, they did not live in Europe as I did, nor can they visualize conditions so strange and abhorrent to the American ^j'onedm tadfiafifSS f£Li es and Rumanians, and German*, and others who have £ P a nH t hel btral THEORY about ."hi a P m and for Kt all aoout the theory. The facts re5S2fl*5 ^e Jews are not wekome in many countries, and he Jews, a ireedom loving people, are bred of standing with e^ 1 n 1 l a ndatI eaceTabl ^and beg for permission to be heard. not on the inside of the room, noi God lorbid, at the table, but on the outside, holding the ear ol some kindly disposed Christian or Oentile, and receiving the promises of the kindly gentlemtn with heartfelt appreciation. And then wait, and wait! R is time for Jews, so we MIAMI FURRIERS Incorporated porage Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. E. 1ST ST. ROOM • PHONE 71516 2-5720 I WANT MY MILK HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "MUk Product." D ro Protected \ T IL. 2-2621 •• Miami Delivery *" • W. MM PAPER SHELL PECANS READY FOR MAILING 3 Pounds $1.59 SEE JoeZalis 55 N. E. 1st STREET PHONE 3-6107 .* HUIS IOI jews, so we mink, so we know, to have the right to sit at the table by virtue of the fact that they have a national piece of ground, and then they shall wait with all other nations and peoples and groups, for the Messianic Era to arrive. BLT to wait without even a sheli ter from the ruin and storm of [oppression, is too tragic to enI dure. We in America, well housed and fed. and enjoying in many respect equal rights and opportunities, are telling the suffering Jews that they should not remedy then conditions in the WAY THEY UNDERSTAND THE REMEDY, is about the same as I for them to tell us here in this I country that we should give up our citizenship here because we : shall be permitted to have equal j rights anywhere on earth. How should we like THAT? The Poles held on for a few years to their dream of a nai tional existence; the Irish held on for a few centuries to their dream of national existence, alj tho their nationals were and are welcome wherever they go, yet the Jews, who have held fast to ; the dream of a national existence %  for two thousand years with religious fervor, these Jews must not try to realize their dream because a few thinking recationary liberal American Jews talk of a Messianic Era when the Jews will be welcome every' where on earth. Our prophets already twentyI five hundred years ago said the same thing when they envisioned the dream that the time will come when national shall no longer lift up sword against nation, nor learn war anvmore. And I think the time is REALLY coming when that dream shall become a reality. Nevertheless, we have entered a great war. in spite of the Isolationists and America Firsters, and have not given up our dream of a peaceful world. We Jews, who know history and know the suffering of the Jews, are praying and working for the Messianic Era. but meanwhile we want a piece of land and an army, if you please, and wait with all other nations lor the realization of our common The American Council for Judaism is nothing new in Jewish History. We had such a Council m the time of the Maccabees. These Jews of the Council in those days, rich and honored in zed society, were perfectly happy with the dejudaized conditions, and even were ashamed of their circumcised bodies whenever they entered the fashionable arena of naked runners But What Happened? They Sfdnot save Jews and Judaism. NO" ^ was the common people hke the followers of the MaccabS who saved the day with a Sic struggle that is still the X ration of the world today T ( Council for Judaism in America is playing the same role that the Helenized Jews of the Maccnbean era played in their dav And I can assure you. my Saders? that Judaism and the ,.' -A -ill be saved not by the American Council for Judaism bffSBta saved by the Jew.sh Our Film Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. An interesting letter arrived at the White House the other day from an FD Rooter. It read: "Somebody ought to tip the President off about how he permits himself to be photographed by the newsreels. When they photograph him very close up and show all the lines in his face, they help the propaganda that he is very tired and sick and could not last another term. Please pass the word on, will you?" And from a motion picture source close to the White House comes this answer: "Ever since President Roosevelt first took office, it has been claimed that the newsreels make him look badly. The newsreel cameras certainly cannot change the lines of character in a person's face. Obviously, it is impossible to make a juvenile out of the President. It would be a distortion of fact if any attempt were made to use makeup. In the first place, the President would be the last person in the world to permit such a thing, and, as a newsreel man, I would be the last man in the world to suggest it. "For your information, the President knows exactly what the power of each lens is, and he has yet to object to the use of a six-eight or twelve inch lens. He refers to the eight and twelve inch lenses as the 'boudoir' lenses because they 'show up all the blemishes.' "Some people cannoi understand that the lines in the President's face portray character and are not lines of illness. Just go back into the newsreel library files and look at subjects that were made of President Roosevelt ten years ago, and those same lines and same dark spots under his eyes are to be found." • With his seven-star special, "Since You Went Away," breaking boxoffice records all over the country, Producer David O. Selznick has a production schedule line up for the next few months which is the envy of most major studios. Shooting has been completed on two pictures, "I'll Be Seeing You," starring Ginger Rogers, Joseph Cotten and Shirley Temple, and the Alfred Hitchcock-directed "Spellbound" starring Ingrid Bergman. Neither has been released. Thomas Wolfe's "Look Homeward, Angel," already is underway. "So Little Time," the film version of John P. Marquand's best-seller novel, is scheduled to go into production in December, to be followed in early Spring by "The Scarlet Lily," the story of Mary Magdalene, which Selz,nick will produce in Technicolor with Ingrra Bergman. Also on his schedule are "Sarah Bernhardt," "Portrait of Jenny" and "Houdini," the life story of the world's greatest magician. Incidentally, if you didn't know it. Dave Selznick's last picture "Gone With the Wind" made thirty-five million dollars for him! • • • For a seven-year-old screen star, Margaret O'Brien receives an amazing amount of fan mail from men in the armed services. Most of the letters are from fathers. Typical of their touching content is one Margaret showed me the other day at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer from a sergeant in New Guinea named Arthur Levin, in which he praises her acting in "Lost Angel," adding: "I have a daughter not quite two, and I really miss her. Seeing you in that picture made me appreciate being a father more than ever before. I have never seen my daughter, but I only wish that she will grow up to be as lovely as you are." • • • Walt Disney, whose cartoon studios in Hollywood have been turning out training films for the Army, Navy and other Government agencies, forsees the motion picture as the most potent force for democratic education in the post-war. Walt predicts that the broader applications of the teaching-training principles via the screen used by the Army and Navy during the war could be immeasurably valuable in rehabilitating servicemen and women and civilians both at home and abroad. "For in the motion picture we have a medium that speaks all languages," he says. "What we can do in this country we can do in the class rooms of France or Germany, India or Japan — throughout the world. That is where the education picture will find its real level." Made From Fresh Oranges HI VERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th 8t. Ph. I-73C1 BMt car* for chronic alok, convalescent and elderly poo* 1 SANtL BEER, M. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jmlsii fkx-kMan ,222L2825ait X Across the world the sound of shells has ceased .... And quiet shrouds the battle-rubbled West The enemy has laid away his arms, and Death and Pain are done in France. But I go on ... for I must fight and kill ... And work and sweat and hide and run .., ; For here the enemy is very much alive ... His bullets still are made of lead ... Their angry whispers still foretell of sudden death For me and others crouched in slime and mud ... The end for us is yet to come ... And so we pray to God to give us strength To fight and win without the waste of Time And with His Will. to see our homes again. The Sixth War Loan Drive is on. That means it's every American's job to buy at least an extra $100 War *ond Buy yours today. 6mor9 rtnons for buying of /eosf an •xtra $100 War Bond In th* 6th! I. War Bond* art ths bt, the sofait inv.jtm.nt In th woHdI 2. War tail return yeu $4 for •vary $S at maturity. 3. War lands ara as canvaniant a* cadi-and Increate in valwa to baotl 4. War Bands moan education far your children, security far you, a nest 0g to fall bock on coma what may. 5. War Bond, help keep down the cost of living. 6. War Bands will help win the Peace by increasing purchasing power after the war. THIS VITAL TO The Fruit Bowl, Inc. Breedings Lincoln Rood Buchwald & Co. Joseph Daoud's Sons The Cotton Shop Zachary Bogert Park Central Hotel Biscayne Laundry Harry Sirldn Kahn & Alpert Enfield Camera Shop B. E. Bronston Realtor Louis Karlebach Your Country is still at war-ARE YOU ? VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING f W. I. Feuer Realtor Archer Fruit Co. Wofford Hotel Skagseth Stationery Mandell & Co. Carpets Feiners Realtors Daniel Broad Harry I. Magid Weinkles Liguor Stores Auerbach Paint Co. Laura Pack Mrs. Martha Sussldnd Chester W. Krone S. A. Goodman Harry Zuckemick Simco Shoes lor Men George J. Bertman David Phillips Russian Bear Benjamin Blumenield lacldes Fine Food Irvin Frankel Lyon Electric Co.. Inc. Moss Printing Co. W. A. Wally Al's Sandwich Shop RUDY R. ADLER WILL MAKE YOUR BOND BUYING 1 Lincoln Road. Y. M. & W H. JL-Phon. 5-5319 PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS Shoreham & Norman Hotel Twin City Transit Co. Corsair Hotel Wilsons Sport Shop Arlington Hotel Tropics Textile & Fum. Co. Silver Paint Co. Trousseau Shop M. M. Rippa (Fairyland) Murray's Lincoln Rd. Restaurant Sraeel & Jabaly Louis W. Pokress EASY —



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PAGE FOUR *>Jewlstk>rkKan j The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHE T, Managi ng Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944 KISLEV 8. 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 47 CHURCHILL ON PALESTINE Mr. Churchill has had his expected say on Palestine terrorism before the House of Commons. There was much to suggest a-sympathetic friendship for Jewish Palestine in Mr. Churchill's remarks. He plainly speaks of himself as one of those who has long cherished dreams of Zionism, and regards himself as one of the architects to make the dream a reality—and yet, at the same time, he warns mat the continuance of this terrorism may cause him and other friends of Zionism to reconsider their position. This half-threat to reconsider, if quiet is not restored to Palestine, has seemingly disturbed some American Jews, yet it is to be noted that the Palestine Hebrew press does not criticize Mr. Churchill's remarks. They realize that Churchill, as the Prime Minister of England, had to say something sharp on the subject of terrorism in Palestine. The Jews, in general, appear to condemn the terrorists as such. Prime Minister Churchill's call upon the Jews pf Palestine to stamp out tern-ism might, in part, be reasonably countered by a statement of the Jews of Palestine that the responsibility is as much England's and the Prime Minister's as the Jews'. Has the Prime Minister forgotten about the White Paper which puts an end to all Jewish immigration and land purchases in Palestine? The Prime Minister rightly deplores the assassination of Lord Moyne, but does the Prime Minister remember how the Strume, bearing hundreds of Jewish refugees from Rumania was turned back at the harbor of Haifa and the refugees were forced to go down to a watery grave? That, too, was assassination. If the White Paper and the incidents like the Strume are erased from the British side of the picture, we may be sure it will go a long way towards ending terrorism in Palestine. THE MOYNE ASSASSINATION Editorial from New York Pott. November 11 The fight for the Palestine homeland, promised the Jews by the Balfour Declaration, then denied them by the White Paper of 1939, has been marked by an assassination. The killing of Lord Moyne. British Minister in the Middle East who in 1942 decried "sentiments] appeals" on behalf of Europe's Jews and called further Jewish immigration into Palestine "a disastrous mistake," has been condemned by all responsible Jewish organizations in Palestine and America. They have, for some time, been waging their own campaign against the few fanatical extremists. But of course the decent Hebrews who comprise 99 per cent of the population has been made more and more difficult by British intransigence. During the years since 1939, the Jews of Palestine have fought the British policy of betrayal and duplicity, but always with dignity and honor, never once deserting the side of Britain in her fight for survival. Even while England closed Palestine's doors to the refugees fleeing Europe and left hundreds of thousands of Jews with nowhere to go but the murder camps of Poland, Jewish Palestine, in the words of Fortune Magazine "kept its pledge to help win the wsr If virtue deserves any reward, then surely this example of turning the other cheek should. But to this day it has not been rewarded. In fact. Jewish reasonableness seems to be rewarded by increased British truculence. So a few young, hot-headed Jews, 400 out of Palestine's 600.000 have resorted to terror. We deplore the assassination of Lord Moyne as we deplore all such terrorism. But we know that deprecation of terror will not end the terror or remove the cause. %  t t J h a e n VJ woui d $^Y? bct I J a tcrroris t band in the first place if the British had not deliberately abandoned the democratic process in their dealings with Palestine. If now the British should use the assassination as an excuse for more intransigence, to further postpone the day when they must sit down and talk the Palestine question over, they would onlv be inviting more violence. J We detect the possibility of provocation in Foreign Secretary Eden s announcement to Commons that he contemplates issuance of a White Paper on terrorism in Palestine. Whether it would I e Edan's intent or not. the total effect of the paper would be to sa'v to the world that the Jews arc fighting for Palestine with guns knives and grenades. wum, Nothing could oe further from the truth, nothing could be more calculated to prejudice the issue and make an honest settlement impossible throughout the Arab uprisings of 1921 1922 1929 1936-39, there was no talk of any White Papers, though 1,566 lives' were lost and at least 20 millions in property destroyed In these inflamed times, a White Paper such as Eden proposes would become a weapon in the hands of those in the British govern merit who want to settle the Jewish problem unilaterally with British bayonets. A White Paper can only try to hide the real Palestine problem behind the shroud of Lord Moyne The problem calls for settlement, not for more obfuscation and postDonement. If the British persist in their present course thev invite more terrorism, even civil war. If they want a precedent, we remind them of their six hundred year war with Ireland in which continued repression and denial of the democratic process finally led to an explosion, the echoes of which are still ringing in imperial ears. s The British as a people have used the democratic Droops* at PaU-stin" y admiraDl VWe invite them totr^this fn h e \, then r\ Se ek ? solut on. ^ concert with the Jews to whom the Balfour Declaration promised a Palestine homeland Let them sit down to talk it over. There are statesmen on both sides and they can achieve agreement. s ana A little democracy will go a long way in Palestine. HILLEL'S PARTY ITU. OF I. Over 200 students, both freshmen and upperclassmen, at the University of Miami, attended the first Hillel Foundation affair of the year in the remodeled building on the campus recently. Hillel's new director. Rabbi Albert Michaels, made a wel coming speech which served to acquaint his new group of the aims and ideals of Hillel. Having served as a chaplain in the United States Army for fourteen months. Rabbi Michaels proved adept directing h i s -TIDBITS FROM EVER ra ">AY._N OVgg^ ?1 fMctfy eemjidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONMlchaels remarks towards the fields University students were most interested in. Phyllis Schulman, under graduate president of the group, spoke briefly on the social side of Hillel and formally opened the membership drive which ended Wednesday night. Immediate plans for activities include regular Friday night services, two discussion meetings a month, two lectures by guest speakers each month, and varied social activities as the schedule permits. Member of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami were impressed by Rabbi Max Shapiro's talk about Zionism, at Hillel House Wednesday, November 15. Cultural meetings arc held each Wednesday evening at Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd This past Wednesday November 22. another fine attendance participated in a colorful Thanksgiving holiday observance, consisting of a talk by Rabbi Michaels, entertainment, and an appropriate social program. Early Friday evening relirious services are held for students who desire to attend before the football games. More elaborate services, in which the Hillel Choral Society participates, as well as student readers, etc.. are planned for the post-football period Discussion groups in Jewish civilization. Zionism, the study of Hebrew, and Hebrew history w a n e b en formed and meet at Hillel House and at the University. Elaborate plans are being made n a L Chanuka ce] ebration which will be open to friends of Hillel in the community. REGIONAL MEETING TO BE HELD IN ATLANTA ,i T h c Executive Committee of the Southeastern Region, CounWoif J £ wls ,h Federations and We fare Funds, will meet in Atlanta on December 9-10. at the Piedmont Hotel, announced Stanley C. Myers of Miami, regional president. w ih^c t h < 'u a dminis,ra,lvc body of the Southeastern Council Region, the Executive Committee will den rr 2,w, PoIicies ? nd Procedures to direct regional operations in '•ming months and will focus at lr^ n n c V rrent Problems of fflSnf V Plannin a "d or R an. &JL£ £ CHANUKA PARTY SUNDAY. DEC. 10 th M w-. M f j^ i,z chai "nan of the Ways and Means Committee 1 iLJuh I ^ d ,? s J Auxiliar yMiami Jewish Orthodox Congregation I Pri^ ^ C annual Chanuka %  u to bp he,d on Sunday, DeYMHA 8 P m M the M,arni REFUGEE ASKING TO CONTACTJ. GOLD ft ne of £• refuses at Fort Ontario, Oswego. N. Y U anxioui to contact MR. JULIUS GOLD, who is believed to b* Jmng in thi ttate. Mr. Gold is a butcher by trada. Ha has two sons. Carl and Waltar. and a daughter. Lilli. Will persons having any intormation regarding this fami C u nt ,?. ct th# Council of Jewish Women. 513 Coaoresa Bldg. (TeL 3-65S4). <*"**" LISTEN HERE ... American Jewry will before long be stunned to lean, details of an incident that took place at PhiladelDh week ago We have promised not to mention name^ t tins k the gist of the story ... A young Jew. **£?£ crowd that was greeting Governor Dewey. vociferously Ml the Republican candidate ... Two policemen grabbed v administered a brutal beating, and dragged him off to the DSS station ... His hearing was held before a Jewish iudae k! fined him ... The young man then had to be sent to a hoJw for treatment for hisjnjuries Now here comes the redeem feature of the tale: A complaint was lodged against the t policemen, and this complaint was heard before anotW judge ... This second judge, a Catholic, set heavy bail forth policemen Their case is coming up soon, and as a result the young Jew may be exonerated and just punishment dealth out to the policemen, who have to learn that in a democract one is permitted to applaud or boo in accordance with one! hkes and dislike. then there's the case of that rabbi wl on a tram going from New York to Stamford, Conn was ^ saulted by an anti-Semitic hooligan .Why. Messrs.' Attorns! General and Postmaster General, can't something be 2 about the United American Mothers' (with headgucirter 8 i! Chicago), which still continue to disseminate the vilest sort d anti-Jewish propaganda—and that through the meals? YOU SHOULD KNOW The Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow has sent to the Jewish Black Book Committee a batch of eye-witness reports on Nazi atrocities ... The Vaad Leumi of Palestine will do likewise This material, together with the documenn compiled by the World Jewish Congress and the American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists, will be part of the Jewish Black Book to be issued jointly by these four organizations The oft-maligned New Zionist Organization of America has just issued a White booklet setting forth in unmistakable terms its aims and principles and policies It's worth reading The American Committee for the Yug slav Relief Ship, now collecting clothing, food and medicines. deserves your support Among its sponsors are James Warburg and Mrs. Edward M. M. Warburg ... If you want to help, communicate with Zlatko Balokovic. 439 East 59th Street New York THE WORLD OF LETTERS William Ziff's new book, "The Gentlemen Talk of Peace," is arousing interest and much controversy ... We predict that before long the term "Ziffism" will be bobbing up whenever people discuss the coming peace Britain's policy on Pale* tine and India is in for a panning in the forthcoming book by Frances Gunther, according to advance reports She's the former wife of correspondent John Gunther, and long active in Revisionist Zionist circles Jekuthiel Ginsburgh, editor of "Scripta Mathematica," reports the receipt of two large volumes issued by the Soviet Academy, listing the damage wrought by the Germans in this war to the progress of science The report will be reviewed in this unique quarterly journal You'll enjoy Alan Baer Rothenberg's little book of poetry, "Mass Chants and Other Poems," especially the verses in the section entitled "In a personal vein" Alex Hillman, who five years ago published Pierre van Paassen's "Days of Our Years," has launched a new picture and feature magazine called Pageant SHOW BUSINESS Orchids to Jacob Ben Ami, producer, director and star of "The Miracle of the Warsaw Ghetto," the four-star Yiddish smash hit at the Jewish Folk Theatre in New York There is no justification for the praise meted out by Chaplain Jacob K. Shankman. USNR, to the Hollywood picture "Mr. Skefnngton" in the October issue of -Liberal Judaism Instead of dealing with the Jewish problem, as it purported to do, the picture presented Mr. Skeffington as a Jew who enjoys being slapped about Did you know that Gertrude Berg's "Rise of the Goldbergs" was the first radio serial to become a success on a network? It's still going strong, too Marine hero Barney Ross, out of the service with a medical discharge, planning a vaudeville tour Planning an early attempt ata sireen comeback is Carmel Meyers, whom you may rera as a star of the silent films ABOUT PEOPLE Going to France shortly in the interests of American s ldJ !" disabled in service is the newly elected president of e .!r abled American Veterans. Milton Dewey Conn (his midaie name, if you must know, was given him in honor of the A miral) We're glad to hear that Frederick Backer, who r"j been reported missing in action, is now reported safe • i*. is the brother of George Backer, who is in Europe for the t> First Enqlish-Jewish editor to be awarded the Distinau'sneu P1 v i nn rv~— __ _._ ,_ .,__ ia Technical is was „edit | Emanuel bis Flying Cross, as far as our information goes Sergeant William Schneider, who some years ago of the New York YMHA Bulletin Congratulations to Stern, a refugee who made good in the silk business, on "j marriage to beautiful Titian-haired Phyllis Goodman *T York ... The WMC's Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg may get am job in the War Department's rehabilitation service tor re ing service men CLARINET SAXOPHONE INSTRUCTION CHARLZS SPERRV Phon. 7-017 WANTED Refined women %  ho i^u5£i •r and companion ini a home on the Bach-o" family. Phone 54637



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flUDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1944 _JJewls§)fhridSarj PAGE THREE Adult Jewish Studies Bv A. P. GAMNES Executive Director. Buretu of Jewish Education K than ever, Jewish organ! ..inns ore extremely active and ^ n m membership. The SSSpare bee-hives of ac ,Tvuy Dues paying members have EfMied Generally speaking. wish organizations have grown £S£Jsly during the last few Si. The period of world dis\ Ser and the persecution of the ; w, in Europe has caused Jews i £ become more generous, more Lanthrouic. and more conscious Sjewish activities. Let us not. however, be blinded j b affluence and the increase in msanizations. What have the dues paying members been doing for the Jewish organizations? Has Aere been a greater understandirtof positive Jewish values and activities? Now, more than ever. do we need education for adults. lt.-js imperative for Jews to kpow world problems and their problems. As our sages put it SJm ein daas. em binah. ( If there is DO knowledge, there is no understanding"). Why do we need adult Jewish education now more than any other tone M our history? Firstly there is the personal and individual need. The great Frankenstein, Anti-Semitism, stares us all in the face. Education will ielp give us an inner strength ad fortitude. It will, perhaps, lighten the fear in our hearts. ind will definitely help us in the struggle against our enemies. Secondly, Jews, as well as nonJews, must become acquainted with the problems of the world today—problems of the victory 5S£5?J3P NISTS NAME HOMELESS JEWS FACE OFFICERS FOR YEAR BAD WINTER IN FRANCE Kiifi tkeAti in (/OKA MEDICINE CABINET rSka-Seltze? Try Alka-Seltser for % %  anil, "Murala* Attar" AehU* Mad*. AcU ladlsesUea. Ptauat, •natt. ISKIIII It* tmi MS. ONE U DAY VITAMIN SI. TABLETS Hkt Vitamin potency at low toil Om-A-DAV Vitamin Tablets. A and D UbWu lu tha y.llow box—B-Conv >*i tabltu In tha srey box. ^""0. Mill* —s UJERYINl^ Sleap l aas a aaa. Irrita— blllty. Headaeha, and Mlantaa. whan daa to NtnroBj ITntion. UH only aa dlracted. and the peace. Adults throughout | the world must assume the reK F, „f 1, VL of i iharin !thl k now^ 1 i K M 0, i-. the typc of Worl ' M ,agid, Rabbi Moses MesCheloff Harry Platoff. Raymond Kubin, Leo Robinson, John Gross, Moses Ginsberg, Daniel Broad, Fred Shochet. Joseph Rose and A. P. Cannes. The first meeting of the new board was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman, 3355 rlamingo Drive. Mr. Goodman, national treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America gave a detailed report of the Z.O.A.s comprehensive makeup and workings which was enthusiastically received by the large number present. Committee reports were rendered and plans for the coming year discussed. LADIES AUXILIARY HAS BIG HOSPITAL PLANS The Freda Markowitz Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, has pledged $125,000 for a Hospital Service Plane and will strive to greatly exceed this quota. In the last drive they sold $350,000 worth of bonds and eight of their members received citations from the Treasury Department. Mrs. Abe (Ida M.) LeVine has been appointed bond chairman with Mrs. Frank Kline, Mrs. Nathan Bronstein, Mrs. Pearl Raidman. Mrs. Betty Alpert, Mrs. Jennie Levinson, Mrs. Rebecca Rothman and Miss Ethel Mintzer assisting. Two booths will be staffed: the Cinema theatre the week of the 27th, and the Colony the third week of the drive. The organization is sponsoring a card and games party at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on Tuesday evening, November 28, 8 p. m. There will be prizes and entertainment. Mrs. Pearl Raidman and Mrs. Nathan Bronstein are co-chairmen of this event, with Mrs. Abe (Ida Mae) LeVine in charge of the program and Mrs. Sarah Augustine serving refreshments. Entire proceeds of this activity will go towards Veterans' and Servicemen's Welfare. Toulouse (WNS)—Hundreds of homeless French Jews are facing the prospect of spending the winter in the very concentration camps in which they had been languishing during the Nazi occupation, it was disclosed here by Saia Waldman, secretary of the Federation of Jewish Organization for the Toulouse region. According to Mr. Waldman, the majority of the residents, as I they may now be called, of the I camps at Montauban and Mas. seube decided to remain in their i compounds, although they are now free to leave. Their homes I in Paris and elsewhere in France ; are gone, their furniture has been confiscated by the Germans and shipped away, their families are broken up, and there are no im, mediate means to provide the destitute with anything more i than food and lodging, which ; they already receive in the i camps. If they were to be rei turned to Paris, they would still I be without homes, without tools, without work. Those who owned I property would find that the processes for the return of their funds or their real estate have not yet begun to function. Keep on buying War Bonds. MRS. WEINSTEIN TO BE ON "FRIDAY REVIEW" Named as imperative reading by the Council on Books in War Time is "People On Our Side" by Edgar Snow, which Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review at the meeting of the "Friday Review" book series November 24 at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Members and friends are urged to attend, and students are invited free of charge to this review. LEGAL NOTICES MIAMI YOUNG WOMAN IS ON WIOD PROGRAM Marcie Schwartz's presentation of "Today It Came," dramatic tone poem by Mrs. Jaqucline Lodeesen. was a highlight of the special WIOD "Dreambuster program which was given over to the Blood Donor's Council! Saturday, November 18. Member of the Blood Donors | Council Talent Group and dramatic art student of Mrs. Dorai as. Marcie is the daughter of; Mr and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz, 1845 S. W. 18th St. United States War Bonds are, still the best investment. NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlns to enRaxe In business unilor the fictitious name of MIAMI TOP SOU. CO. at 2136 S. W. 5th St., Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mule County. Florida. BDWARD AIJ'ER, Owner. U/M 13/1-8-U-2Z IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 88299. SXlNYA KANTKKS, Plaintiff vs. JOKI/A KANTKKS, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION You. Josua Kanters, are hereby required to file your uppearancc In above divorce action on or before December 20, 1944 or decree pro conrcnao will be entered. Dated: November 22, 1944. K. 11. KKATUKK.MAN, Clerk. I'.v \VM. W. STOCK I NO. I). C (Circuit Court Seal) 11/24 12/1-H-l.-, SECOND SESSION I. J. C. C0U5 DECEMBER 3 TO 5 The same number of delegates, representing the Jewish Communities and the national Jewish organizations, which attended the first session of the American Jewish Conference, will participate in the deliberations of the second session in Pittsburgh, Dec. 3-5, 1944. Only a small number of the original delegates, who for various reasons, are unable to attend, have been replaced by the local elections committees. Though technically the Pittsburgh gathering is described as the "second session," it is. in fact, the continuation of the first session which was held in New York on August 29-Sept. 2. 1943. and recessed after electing an Interim Committee. Consequently all standing committees, as constituted at the first session, will continue in the second session with only a few changes. It is expected that the committees will be completed a week before the Pittsburgh session convenes, so that the business of the session will be transacted without delay. The General Committee will meet on December 1st in "Pittsburgh to make final arrangements. A. J. C. ASKS MEMBERS TO JOIN STUDY GROUP The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress urges its membership to join the bimonthly study and discussion group newly organized under its educational program. For further particulars call Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman, at 5-4480. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of AJC this week announced the appointment to her executive board of Miss Malvina Weiss as chairman of inter-cultural education, and Mrs. Michael Arnold, to serve as co-chairman with Mrs. Rose Weiss on the war activities committee. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later. "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 S. Smulins & Sons 1348 S. W. 2nd St. Miami Large outside rooms, famous honMcooked meals. 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PAGE SIX • Jewlsti ncrkUan %  • i IHM SPONSORS WORK OF LOCH. WDMEI Sam Blank, chairman of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board has announced that a major activity sponsored by this committee is the "ServeA-Hospital Project," undertaken by a. group of women, of which Mrs..Sidney Stepkin is chairman. This project is nation-wide and its purpose is to organize committees in communities where the number of Jewish families is large, so that they may provide gifts for patients in General Hospitals situated in areas where there are few Jewish families. The Greater Miami Serve-A-Hos' |*E v,v i n """ "f ,££•• JS^, EK'JE* Albitunr. a Nun, Albert, ami a IUUKIIOBITUARIES MRS. ANN GREENFIELD Mn. Ann Greenfield, 54. of 357 8. W. 18th Ter., died In a local hospital Monday after a brief Illness. She has been a resident of Miami for the past IS years, cumins; here from Portland. Ore. She Is survived by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mut-hnli-k of 1'hlladelphia; two sons. Harold O. and Allen M both of the U. 8. Army; two daughters, Mrs. Sidney Rosenstock and Mrs. Uus Coslow. both of Miami, three brothers. Sol. of New York, Harry and Sam. both of Philadelphia, and one sister, Mrs. Richard Ilarnett of Newark, N. J. Services were held In the chapel of the Gordon Funeral home Wednesday. I>r. Jacob H. Kaplan officiated. Kurlal took plaM in the Temple Israel section. I'.raceland Memorial park VERLOW 6'2, it retired WILLIAM William Yerluw, It, it retired mi-rChanl tailor, died Filday at his home, 701 Meridian Aviv. Miami Peach Sin KlVlng lire Ills Wit*, Mrs. Rose Yellow; a won and a daughter The body was sent to Atlanta b> Riverside Memorial OBSJMl SAMUEL ALBAUM Samuel Alhatini. IT, a hotel ownei who i-ame heie 16 >ears ago from New York City, died Friday In his home, TUu Kurlld Ave Miami Reach ""DAY. NOVEMBm %  In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Qreater Miami Rabbinical Association are: TEMPLE ISRAEL. Rtform. 1ST N. E. Uth St., Miami. —Sisterhood Sabbath IU be observed nt the Temple this Friday evening, nt 8:15 p. m. Members of the Sisterhood will conduct the services, and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review "Argentine Diary." Reception will follow the Sabbath services Saturday at 11 a. m.. Dr. Jacob H. i unductlng. Members and are cordially Invited to all pital Committee has adopted the boys in the Finney General Hospital, Thomasville, Ga. At least four times a year, Purim. Passover, High Holy Days and Chanukah, gift packages are sent to the Anny and Navy Committee of Thomasville, of which Mrs. R. Steyerman is chairman. This committee makes regular weekly visits to the patients at the hospital and distribute the gifts on a non-sectarian basis. Many letters of thanks have been sent by the boys to the local Scrve-A-Hospital Committee in appreciation for the ilis they received. Eight national organizations have affiliated themselves with the Women's Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board ;md have endorsed the Serve-A-lh>s pital project. These organizations are: Hadassah. National Council of Jewish Women National Fed,. 1% ,„ ,;.,,,„„ .-„,„.,,, ,,„„„. „„,,.,, eration of Temple Sisterhoods, was In W Ilawti Pars remeten National Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans of the U. S.. Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, Women's League of the United Synagogues of America. During the coming year, in order to meet the expanded needs of the growing number of patients in general hospitals, the Greater Miami Serve-A-Hospital Committee will endeavor to affiliate every local group of these national organizations, as a memt.r. Mrs May Miller. Hr.mk.lrii. ,S.-r\ I IIM-S were held .Sunday in Riverside Memorial chapel, with burial in Ml ami Jewish cemetery. MRS. LENKE BROTMAN Mrs I.enke lli'ntmaii. (I, of -'"s \V Seventh Ave. died Saturday In i hospital Mis came here 16 years ago from Muskegon, Mich and is surVtved b) the husband, pernard, a daughter, Mrs, K.llth Pierre, both of j Miami, and a son, Prank Phillip, off New Yoik City Kuiie:al services Were told Monday In flordon Funeral home %  lUtpel With Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating, JIuiMl will be in Ml Sinai em.l. |) MRS. CECILE BECKWITT Mrs Ceeiie Beckwltt, B2. <>i l>Mich., a winter \mitoi in Mianil for the past to years, died earl} Katurda) In a local hospital Survivors are the husband. Heraehel; two sons, In Charles Iteckwltt, Miami, and Cap) Miens Beckwltt, r S .nun, and flvi daughters, Mrs Dave Cohen, Mm Minnie l-eldman, Mrs Ham 'iiieii. M's Max Mavis and Mrs l-xi ii Zeltak, the latter ol Detroit; I* grandchildren and one great-grand liild Funeral services were held Sun rvlces. morning Kaplan, visitors services. BETH DAVID CONOREOATION. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Conservative.— I.ate Friday evening services at 1:15. Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate Rabbi Albert Michaels, director of Hlllel Foundation, at the Pnlverslty of Miami, will be guest speaker He win be introduced by Mr Louis Helman. Rabbi Michael's sublecl f"i dlscusskin will be "Are We In the Hands of Fate, or In the Hand if GodT" Reception In auditorium Immediately after the services will be given by Mi and Mrs Harry iilli.li,ml in honor of their son Klmer's hlrthdas Services Saturday morning at S'30 and Junior services at 10:30. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Orthodox.— Friday evening services nt •> o'clock, bats services nt l:lfi with Rabbi Simon April In charge. Saturday morning nt J Mlncha anil M.iarlv starting at 5:80 p m Scbaarel 7^-d.-k Talmud Torah, 1546 8 w. 3rd St.. Pi Ida) evening servlcei at 6 p. in Saturday morning Senior services at v ::. Junior services at'10:10. all conducted by Hie Junior! Rabbi Simon April win address the congregation Shaiios Hcudos nt 6 10 at the Miami Orthodox congregation. Rabbi April in speak on tin weekly portion ol the law Hebrew Si hool dally at I p m Sunday School at 10 a. m INVITATIONS TO TEA EXTENDE D BY WOMEN The Women's Division of American Jewish Congress hag issued invitations to all presidents and members of Jewish women's organizations in the area to attend its annual Thanksgiving tea to be held in their honor. The affair will take place on Monday, November 27 at 1:30 at the YM & WHA. An interesting program is planned by Mrs. Louts Glasser. chairman of the afternoon's program. The meeting will be opened with a prayer by Mrs. Lillian Mills. A symposium, titled "Not Unity—Harmony" will be presented by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Mrs. Leon Kronish. Mrs. Simon April will offer the closing prayer. The musical program will feature Cantor Maurice Mamches, vocalist and Fritzi Tannen, violinist. A social hour will follow, with Mrs. Arthur Treister, hospitality chairman, and Mrs. Edward Weinstein and committee in charge. Highlight of the program will be a bond rally. Members are asked to come prepared to buy bonds. Mrs. Pauline Bennett and Mrs. Emanuel Baskin will be in charge of the bond booth. Members of the various organizations are urged to attend. Paris (JTA)—The leeal h.. for the restitution of SSSJSt Jews in Franc -XJl ,w Wff to Jews in France whose "oldingj Keep on buying War Bonds. JOHN FRIMMEL John Kihnnie! <. ,,f 171 H W Mi Road, died Fiiday In a hospital Manager of u innn offlCl here, he came to Miami [oui years ago from Sorristown, i\ and leaves the wld ow, MrRuth Frlmmel; two brothers, Kdward, Miami, and Charles. New York, and foul sisters. Mrs Reglna Harris. Mrs Ton) (loldenthal and Mrs Jennie Seldman, all of I'hlladelphla, and Mrs ciar.i Schloaky, Washington, n C Qordon Funeral home sent the body to Philadelphia ervlces and burial ABRAHM W SHENKER tbrahm W Shenkei di.-d Wednea la) morning He came here from Marion. Ohio, two weeks ago, ami her nf the Serve-A-Hospital proiIV '' 1 IM1 Tigertall Ive.. Coconut ect %  '' "'" He is survived b) his widow Ks Assisting Mrs. Stepkin in this drive for membership are the following: Mrs. Jack August, cochairman; Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, secretary; Mrs. Henrv A Kauffmann. treasurer Piano Instruction Esther Puckoff BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED Children Adults Harmony Ear Training 15S0 S W. 16th Ave. Phone 3-6840 e Ida i son, i.t Win M Shenker, • ed .it i 'hildress, Texas, and n daughter, Mrs Ralph Qreenbers; ol S< V"' k > '.l\ Services were In '-ham. ol flordon Funeral chapel PHILIP AMSTESLAW I'hlllii Amsteslaw .'••;. died Tuesda) ..t Ins home, JOSS N W Second Ave He had i ome to Miami t>" yeai %  ago from Roohestel s* V. and opted rapl studio al l %  i-his wife Mrs a son, K. rnai d, In lh< \. i '.. md .i daughti Mn Mas* of N.. Voi k < :itv The lnd) wai ent to New York b) flordon MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. i 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Fi I da) evening Kahallaa Shabos al 61'.. : Late Krlda) evening services will st.ut .1 B ]'. o'clock Rabbi Irving I Lehrman't topic will be The Old— | New Thanksgiving." Cantor B.irk.in and the Centel Choir will chant the servlcei Saturda) morning services will st ii i ni '• o'clock The I ton service of the Religious School ; will take place at 10 a m, ThfLjrOn will be led by Mr Wen siikln. chairman of the Hebrew School and Mr Herman M. Berk, chairman "f the Sunday School Rabbi l.ehrman will preach on "Dlalta and, Ben in honor of th> occasion Cuntoi llnrkan win chant the services Mlncha al E IB, Rhallos Seudoe will be | ai ( p m, followed b) the Maiirlv servl Sunda) morning at '.• the I A / v llai Mlttvah ciub win join tinB.U.Q tills foi the weekly breaktasi servlci Sunda) School at i<> a m CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi' ami Beach. Frida> evening servloes I %  t 6 p. in. Saturda) morning adult services at : and 9 Mlnnlonalre I youth service will inhei therefore, imposs.ble for were confiscated by the PT mans and by Vichv wa R ^..iI here by Prof. Rene c2,m U % of the Juridica. c£Z$tf£ the Presidency, in a statemeV£ the Jewish Telegraphic ffiS correspondent. AWnc The restitution of Jewish proaerty is on the same legal S£ as the property of people rf chased from their farms bythe Germans, and of de GaullisU eZ left France to continue the bauV against the enemy, Prof. CaMia foremost legal authority Z France, said. As the expert who prepared the basic -|fji|||sja for the restoration laws vhiek are now being put into final fenj, by the Ministry of Justice he emphasized that doubters of the restoration principle have no legal justification since early enactment of an ordinance esforcing restoration is the normal sequence to the procedure which began in 1943. In January of that year. Prof Cassin stated, the Inter-Allied commission radioed a warnm* from London voiding all DUTchases made under threat or pressure. He pointed out that the Algiers ordinance of November 1943, was the application of the commission statement, and that the ordinance last August annulling all anti-Jewish laws was the final step making restitution mandatory. Regarding second and thirdhand purchases of Jewish shops and property "in good faith" by those who supposedly did not know that their original owners were Jewish. Prof. Cassin said the law stated that no re-sale was permissable within three years and all purchases had to -Buy War Bonds TodayNOW OPEN FLORIDIAN DAIRY AND VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT 1120 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD Under Personal Supervision of Leah Friedson and Louis Manes. Mqr Irwln, win <.f Mi and Mrs Jack Wneh. i. and Marvin, son ..f Mr. and MiHerman I'opkin, will take ploci during the ndult service In the Byns gogtie l.iiHdinu liu.n will read fn.ni ihe lllbll al portion Uoth chUrlren i yllj read the prophetic iH.rtioiiK and deliver I. f t..lks Rabbi Moses Mescheloff u ill address the hofi and will Mieak ..n th. MII.J... • The Savnm of > ""ii A \ ins i id. a Jamboree "HI be held at 1:30 i> m In the i rnlmud Torah id toi lum, under the hade Hhlp ..f Miss Itachel Boldow \v hlidren are Invited Khallos Beudos "in i" held at I p in. A mlnnl • W i I b< held Sun .lav at | a. in followed bj .i communal breakrasi All boys between the ages ..f i : and M are i ordlall) Invlti d lo come and pi ,\ :• ^. ihe BETH SMOLFM CENTER. Conservstive. 761 4*s' St.. Miami Besch. %  \I-IIIIIK •-. it 8:15 con, dueled b) Rabbi Leon Kronish. The Ita l.l.i will |,r, ach on "Th ink Ood ft| Amerli Cantor Louis Hayman will cnani and lead c< mmunlty HIUKIIIK An (hies; Hhabai iii follow' th. Ices M • ... .1 Mi • %  i Hlatf as h groups of the Greater Miami area. Topic chosen was "Program for the Jew in the Post-War World." December 1 has been set as the opening, and the contest will close on the 20. Sponsors of this essay contest include the Miami and Miami Beach "Y's;" the Hillcl Foundation of the University of Miami; Jewish Welfare any purchaser to remain ignorant of the original of the property and. therefore, there could not be any "good faith' purchasers. Prof. Cassin regretted the tardiness of governmental action on the problem. He remarked that the Assembly in Algiers had begun the consideration of the sub of France ....,„. „, ,„,-.,„„, w'nimiuee, agreed that there wensome .„! ?i i aU PbwT&i Ed cat, n pie in the government who i and the Jewish Flondian. Further: satisfied to delay solution of details will be announced. issue and said muiil time BEACH Y SEEKS LOAN OF WRITING MACHINES I ject but the Battli Mm SiN BoaV nGre ter i interrupted final action. He M .!""S!._. Army /^ avy ^7 im, ** ee: i agreed that there wensome oeowere this issue and said much time had been lost in the lasl few ini'iiths debating whether to attack the problem by a single law or a series of laws. It WS finally deThe Miami Beach "Y" is asking i d( d to p h r,,,m, |f ; te rn) a i££ of the loan of a typewriter and mim ]*"* on tnt d '">"" •' s P ect ei graph machine in order to be ,he Problem, he Mid able to carry out additional functions of its enlarged program. Anyone desiring to cooperate with the organization is asked l<> contact them at 5-5319. %  IV will Keep on buying War Bonds MISS WEISS IN ADDRESS TO B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS MARK MAX WILL TAKE Miss Malvina W prominent A MUCH NEEDED REST fe e ^.SirSed TSS DR. AARON J. COHEN OPTOMETRIST ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT 542 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE 'COMPLETE EYE SERVICE" PHONE 5-2763 THE CALENDAR HARRY (HANK) MILLER ANNOUNCES THE FORMATION OF The Standard Detective Bureau A Complete Detective Service offering the utmost in delinquent collections, bad accounts, follow ups. investigations NOW IN THE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATION Offices to be maintained in the Postal Building For further information call 3-3145 or 3-5389 i Friday. Nov. 24: American Jewish t'onerese, Worn en s I tlvislon, I: Iris.) i;,-. | eW| i ;,, P '" %  Civic I'rotei I h Bub-Corn mittee '.II the Com mitt r Com Nreds federation nffi,.|i in MlN it II11 ItHV mill Sunday. Nov. 2* %  • • .•'••II r--i Rabbi and Kronish, L 1 to r, P ,„ Mr •Ms Charles Tobln, r.L'ji N H'l Miami Beach, nn-nil.i-rK friends .r it..it, Bholem Invited: Town V Fashion Bhow, I ,, m Monday. Nov. 27: Oreatei Miami Jewlah Federation J iiiix.-t Committee,.Federation (if '!'' I 1 "i ; Amnlran Jeulsli nnxreas. Women's Division, reru„.' !: ""Ii I' lainesa *• Profession u • Division of lladai tBs;, Beau h \ | i Tuesday. Nov. 28: FT. Is M, kowltl Udlea A.ix 171. i' ." "*•" %  '' %  '"> %  • Baach Jew JJ* J '"%  |i ni Miami I s v I' • %  i.e.,..-„.. Beach Y p ii. W"t'td,w. Nov. 28: National Council Jewish Woman 1 '' ...eemiK. Faderatlon Office i %  Miami -r dance p in Thurdey. Nov. 30: Adult courses sponsored b) the Bureau ..r Jewish education, Beth BJ'S, ^"i; 1 m Ten,p u,;ul n ,h Friday. Dec. 1: forum's*' ''"'""'" f J W lh Women, Sunday. Dec. 3: Beach 4 Town -ye,' Concert. Beach iii.h St-hool. s p. m N,. i..:..-l r.Miiifll of Jewish Women. dinner

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iybwybJEIIiDipidfcun ^LUME 17-NUMBER 47 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS Sam Silver, chairman of the Bond Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith. announced that the activities of his organization are now in full swing for the Sixth War Loan Drive. Lee Mason, announcer at WFTL, invited the Bond Drive Committee to participate in a Bond program which will be broadcast on Sunday evening from nine until nine thirty. The Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith has been placed in charge of Bond sales at the Cameo Theater Monday, Nov. 27. The price of admission will be the purchase of a War Bond. Thursday of next week, the organization will sponsor the street rally in front of Burdines from 12 until 2. Many scarce items will be auctioned off at that time. A demonstration flight instruction has been offered by the Miami Aviation Center to the highest bond bidder. Entertainment will be furnished by the Army Hospital orchestra of Coral Gables. Robert Fidler of WIOD will conduct the broadcast and auction. He will also interview veterans. On December 7, the Committee plans to hold a Pearl Harbor Day Rally at Miami Beach. Movies will be shown through the courtesy of the Florida War Finance I Committee. Mr. Silver announced that bonds can be purchased at any of the banks, and credit will be given to the organization if the I purchaser so designates. Working with Mr. Silver on the committee are Sol Goldstrom. Leo Eitenstein, Rudy Adler. Jack Schreiber, Sam Sapiro, Joseph M. Rose, Davi Philips, Joseph M. lipton. Sam B. Miller, Alex S. Cohen, Harry Geretein, Harry Gordon, Maurice Cromer, Henry Wolff. Clarence Feuer, Jerome Freehling. Nat Roth and Louis Van Gilder. A ladies committee assisting in the drive include Clara Landau, Dorothy Borensteto, Josic Golditrom, Ru;h Glatt, George Bertman, Helene Lifter, Blanche Fern, Hannah E. Ketive. A. Z. ce, Louis Van Gilder. Mar"ia Mill,!. Dollie Lefkove, Essie Bergman, Iris Blumberg and Jennie Gordon. CHURCHILL SAYS FUTURE OF ZIONISM IS!CONFERENCE FOR MENACED; URGES JEWS CRUSH OUTLAWS PALESTINE ASKS Ijindnn MT4 \ Tk ... -i I UPBUILDING FUND Referring to the 251 terrorist means."The Yedioth Ahronoth asispects who were deported from sures the Prime Minister that Palestine to a ... !" ... IMI MW UJ HIV UWU ties of Jewish terrorists, Prime Minister Churchill said this week £ Commons to a waSi&X STS" ^o were darted fr'om I sures the Prime Jewsi of Palestine to -nVh h Palestine to a camp in British 'Zionism does nt. Stein Gang EtHna last month the Prime lsm/ II adds lhat Jews responsibility I **•** ****. .;'.! II1UUI.. I — "—*"*w .ua a j .1 nil lilt responsioimy lor curbing the Following the Prime Minister's Y >shuv, it continues, is ready to terrorists rests with the Palestine; statement, WMlSMuK fSP Ut the terror '* but *£* police, but emphasized that full. told Commons that every Jew I lan( i was ot Kiven as a prize for success depends on the wholeworthy of the name will wholeRood condu ct a "d cannot be taken hearted cooperation of the entire. heartedly support his stand and 5ffi us 3" a, Punishment. The Jewish community. "This, His \ will pray that efforts to eradicate' rights of the oldest people in the Majesty's Government is entitled to demand and receive," he added. Quoting a letter sent to him by Dr. Chaim Weizmann and the statement issued by the Jewish Agency for Palestine sa win pray mat eiiorts to eradicate -- ,~ — — *? —%  "-" u """this murderous gang" are speedI w rjd cannot be annulled by the ily. and completely, successful, i deed of two insane youths Other : papers urge the people to heed Jerusalem (JTA)—In the wake F u hur chill s warning, b u ut reiterate siaiciMi-iii laauL'u uy me jcwisn 0 f Prime Minister Churchill's inat tne terrorism is the responsiAgency for Palestine in Jerustatement in Commons, warning bllitv of onlv a sma11 rou Dsalem. Churchill said 'these are lna t Zionist aspirations in Pales-' T .JZTT. —~ ... ity must do his or her best to tion of Palestine's Jews to root whole, JSSSS"& W futu bring this terrorism to an end", out the terror. Several papers, ff^JfiH"* SJIKSEEL Describing the assassination of; however, stress that responsibil-! }* of MtfJliSE P Lord Moyne. British Resident. ity f or the terrorism must not ,n ut l &* l£?tir n.,..„ Minister of State in the Middle ; be placed on the entire Jewish !" e Manchester Guardian. East, by two Palestine Jews as, community. which has been consistently proa "shameful crime which has 1. he time the Stern' ?L on,s i'-,? ay w S ^ hat l i a n ?* od \ b ut %  hnefcad thiworld" Mr Churchill i ? J ITw Churchill had made the statefj? that ••, ^ff ."ruTniini Gun,{ L dlsln ^ uted a pamD hlet ment it might be resented as said that it has affected none lnrouR hout the country admitting harsh and threatening" His VSSfSfiSthSPSm that ? W3S 'VW £* thC words however. ItSinues wiU eslf who in the past have been assassinaUon of Lord Moynes;, ^ taken ^ blunt and sound ad the consistent friends of the Jews while lhe influential Arab news-, See It warns that this plain ?.^?.-5?. n8tant arehltect of tht,r Paper. Fulastin writes that "the spelling must not be the signal for a general anti-Zionist campaign. It points out that Arab future. "If our dreams for Zionism are to end in the smoke of the aspapei Churchill statement was no more than a friendly family rebuke." It adds, however, that this to end in the smoke of the asu adds howcV er. that this is terror was sternly suppressed, but sassin s pistol and our labors for the right momen t for Britain to lhat .. far from reconsidering its its future produce only a new proclairn that it still stands by j posit i on to the detriment, of the set of gangsters worthy of Nazi th( Whju Paper Arabs, the British Government Germany, he continued, many Addrc s:linR a mass m eeting in ended Jewish immigration and | like myself will have to rcconHa .. Moshe shertokj ch j e f of proposed partition." It says that sider the position we have mampo i ltIca i department of the, terrorism is a sympton of some • tamed so consistently and so long J( wlsll Agency, voiced "the Jew-! serious trouble and that the Gov111 the tWISt i ._1—•,l,.*.,^.-,;-.4i*-*r\ r*,t it\* .........vl mint fin/-) a romoriv in the past. Questioned by Will Thome, Labor, who asked whether the assassins of Lord Moyne will Intried by a court-martial or a civil court, and demanded assurance "against a Spanish Inquisiish people's determination not to i ernment must find a remedy. let pistol smoke dim the glory of Zionist constructive endeavor, and not to allow these stains to mar the Yishuv's war effort." The terrorists, he declared, must be RUMANIA PROMISES TO I RESTORE JEWS RIGHTS Bucharest (WNS)—An assurance that the Jews in Rumania will REFUGEE I BECI -J soon enjoy all rights to which they are entitled under we revived constitution was givwtnis week by Lucretiu Patras!" nu, Rumanian Minister of JusIti— ""'"aiuan minister ui J\ when he declared that -,k i*, as u --ing promulgated I "Oolish all racial legisation." ha H '•" nc saWi Wul I* Inu on lne conception of comft II r( ,or;, tion of Jews to their m rights and of real restitution I M !" ln,ev l sentatives, the number of Jewish Congressmen in the 79th Congress has reached eight. Koppel l man was a member of the 77th | Congress, but was defeated when he ran for re-election in 1942. Paris (JTA)—The French Government has decided to grant financial aid to families of Jews deported from France by the Germans, similar to the assistance given families of war prisoners, it was reported here by Marc Yarblum, president of the Federation of Jewish Societies, ill the course of a conference with Sir Herbert Emerson. Director of the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees. The refugee aid director assured Mr. Yarblum that efforts will be made to ascertain the fate of the tends of thousands of Jews who were deported from France to Poland by the Nazis. He said that the committee hopes to obtain, shortly, a report on the number who may still be alive, and that it intends to consult with the Soviet Government They expressed special interest in the problem of orphaned Jewish children and said that the Committee planned to care for some of them in France, while others will be sent to Palestine, or other lands. Mr. Yarblum pointed out that the number of Palestine certificates alloted recently by the British Government for children in France. Belgium and Switzerland was insufficient. RESTORING PROPERTY IS PEACE TERM CLAUSE Washington (WNS)—A resolution calling on the United States Government to include in its peace treaties appropriate pro1 visions "for the restoration of property, or reinbursement by way of damages, to any and all persons who have been deprived of their property under the cover of law or otherwise" by the Axis countries was introduced this ] week by Congressman Sam-^r' Dickstein, New York Democrat. i PALESTINE SEEN HAVEN FOR THOUSANDS TEWS New York (WNS)—Despite the ; approaching end of "the Nazi : curse," Palestine will sill offer | the only haven for thousands of European Jews, former Governor i Herbert H. Lehman, Director General of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, points out in a message to Bernard Flexner on the hitter's election as Chairman Emeritus of the board of directors of the Palestine Economic Corporation. Support the Sixth War Loan.



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%  ..Jr-.Tf"** PAGE TWO +Jewish fhrktiair) BIRTHS Capt. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta announce the birth of a son. Paul Chester, on November 3rd at Savannah, Ga. Mrs. Serotta is the former Dorothy Ann Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin, 430 N. E. 29th St. The Bris took place in Savannah with Rabbi J. S. Youngerman presiding. A SOB was born to Mr and Mrs. Morris Kalof. 810 Alton Road, at St. Francis Hospital November 12. Mr. arid Mrs. Victor Obler announce the birth of a son at SI. Franca Hospital. November 18. BAR MITZVAH Irwin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher. 1618 West Ave.. Miami Beach, will become bar mitzvah at services to be held at Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Ave., on Saturday. The confirmand will address the worshipers and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will respond. The Wuchers will hold open house on Sunday, 3 p. m. No formal invitations are being issued. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. "BRISM Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the following Brism during the past week. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kalof; son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pollak: and the son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. KaplanMiss Rita Gessen, nationally known permanent waving expert, has arrived in the city to visit with her sister at the Bonnie Apis, on Miami Beach. Ruth Brotman will have as her winter guests her mother. Mrs. Nathan Brotman, and sister, Mrs. Sonia Lonom, of Montreal, Canada, who arrived here last week. Saul Grundwerg, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg, 1236 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, left November 8 to begin a course of study at Flatbush Yeshiva in New York. One of the outstanding institutions of its type, Saul is the only student from this area from among the several hundred enrolled. ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Leo Chaikin entertained last Monday evening in honor of Miss Barbara Tubis. bride-to-be of Melvin Weinkle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle of this city. Members of the family were present at the gathering held at the home of Mrs. Weinkle, Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robbins, 503 12th St. Miami Beach, have returned from New York to spend the winter here. Mrs. Newton Frishman, of Key West, is in Miami visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S. W. 17th St. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bcrman are back' at their home after a lengthy summer vacation. Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff. exvice president of the Jewish Ministers of America, and Chaplain of the Sanitation Department of Greater New York, Spiritual leader of the Congregation Talmud Torah Aitz Chaim of Brooklyn, religious author and lecturer, arrived at Miami Beach, accompanied with his wife Mrs. Sina Risikoff. Rabbi Risikoff is a prominent figure in religious, social, political and philanthropic circles. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pels. 1600 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to Lt. Irving Lerner, USAAF. Chicago. Miss Pels attended Louisiana State university where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Delta Gamma Delta sororities. Lt. Lerner attended Northwestern university and was in business in Chicago before entering service. A bombardiernavigator of the Eighth Air Force, he completed his missions overseas and now is attending instructors school, San Angelo, Tex. !" >AY. NQVgg ER^ jgj IT HAPPENED THIS WEEK By MILTON BROWN Copyright. 1944, J. T. A. HOLD OPEN HOUSE To celebrate the good news that their son, Roy, who was thought to be missing in action, is actually a prisoner-of-war in Germany, Mr. and Mrs. L. Duke held open for their friends last Sunday night at their home. 503 12th St.. Miami Beach. Roy was a student at the University of Miami before joining the army in 1943. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Herzka recently returned to their home at 1526 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach, after a visit of four months in Chicago. Miss Marvclle Adler's engagement to Lt. Seymour Kaplan, USAAF. is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Adler, 1941 S. W. 18th St. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, Brooklyn, N. Y. The bride-elect, a sophomore at the University of Miami, is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. During the summer she studied at the Traphagen School of Art. New York. Lt. Kaplan, now stationed at Langley field, Va., received his bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma. His master's was awarded at Louisiana State university and his LLB at Columbia. Miss Adler will give a luncheon for her sorority sisters Sunday, Nov. 26 at the Roney Plaza. DAY ROOM PROIECT IS REPORTED COMPLETED Nat Roth, chairman of the Nautilus Day Room project spon. sored by Sholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith, announces the successful completion of the task in the recording-breaking time of five days. The project, which will cost in excess of twenty-five hundred dollars, will include complete furnishings and interior decorating as well as recreational fixtures for the convalescent hospital on Miami Beach. Mr. Roth was assisted by other members of the committee, as well as the B'nai B'rith auxiliary, which adopted the project in line with the national program, of day rooms as part of the organization's war effort. Still unobtainable for the room is a piano, which is sorely needed by the boys, Mr. Roth stated. Other furnishings and fixtures are ready, and formal dedication is planned on or before the holidays. Prime Minister Winston Churchill has spoken on the terrorism in Palestine. Some Jews in America do not like his statement. The chief objection appears to be to Mr. Churchill's remark that "if our dreams for Zionism are to end in the smoke of the assassins pistol and our labors for its future produce only a new set of gangsters worthy of Nazi Germany, many like myself will have to reconsider the position we have maintained so long in the past." It is noticeable that the Hebrew -press of Palestine does not take exception to Mr. Churchill's statement, and in Jerusalem, Moshe Shertok, chief of the political department of the Jewish Agency, even borrowed one of Mr. Churchill's figures of spaech and addressing a mass meeting, said that the Jewish people are determined not to let pistol smoke dim the glory of Zionist constructive endeavor. Falastin, the leading Arab paper of Palestine says that "the Churchill statement was no more than "a friendly family rebuke." The feeling that pervades the speech is that Churchill all along has been friendly in his thoughts to Zionism. Planning a complete re ization and re-vitallzation R organization, the VO un „SL* of the Miam "Y" haw ann* 00 the formation of a WoSsT tivities Group. Through ffl \ group the organization anUcbaS a^year-rouna active i*SJ The newly.formed Women's A* ivit.es Group i, sponsoring fashion narari* >^ Hfl..' 3 BIG FOOTBALL GAMES U. OF MIAMI vs. AUBURN—Nov. 24 TULSA—Dec. 1 TEXAS AGS—Dec. 8 IN THE ORANGE BOWL TICKETS: $1. $2. $3, Plus Tax Now on sal* at U. of Miami Auburn Tickets On Sale Now At Burdine's. Miami and the Beach, and the Royal Theater SPINOZA FORUM WILL START T ENTH SEASON The Spinoza forum will start the tenth season of lectures and discussions, Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2, at 3 p. m.. under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St, between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, and will continue to have lectures every Saturday afternoon, all through the season, at the same time and same place. Joseph L. Topper of Washington and Miami will preside. The program for the month of December is as follows: Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2. A. P. Cannes, director of Jewish Education, will speak on "New Tendencies in Jewish Life." Saturday, Dec. 9, Prof. Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami, will review Sumner Well's recent book: "Time for Decision." Saturday, Dec. 16. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will address the Forum. Saturday, Dec. 23. Ramona Sawyer Barth, wife of the Unitarian minister, Joseph Barth. will speak on: "The Truth About China." Saturday, Oct. 30, Laurance E. Schlechter of New York, will speak on "A Review of 1944." STT KS ,due a a musicale Sunday. November 26 at the T building. 1587 S. W. 5th SL .. o p. m. ^ Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, chiir man, announces this Sundnj show is the first of a serie/2 varied programs her committat! has planned for its members. Admission will be free to HI j Y members and their trio* Refreshments will be served. BURDINES. INC.. ELECT I NEW VICE-PRESIDENTS I Rowland D. Saunders and Ri H. Blakey were elected vice-praidents of Burdines. Inc., by the I board of directors last week. Other officers elected were W M. Burdine, chairman of the board: George E. Whitten, president; F. B. Cresap, executive vice president; H. F. Cordes, executive vice president and treasurer, and Frank A. Peterson, Jr.. secretary! and assistant treasurer. At the annual stockholders meeting the following five diret-l tors were reelected: W. M. Bur-1 l dine, George E. Whitten. & l : Cordes, F. B. Cresap and M. L Mershon. Peterson is also assistant treai-| i urer and controller. GIRLS' COUNCIL HOLD MEETING LAST SUNDAY The B'nai B'rith Girls' Councill of Greater Miami held a meeH ing last Sunday at the home ofl Mrs. Charles FrMmnn. Plans were! discussed for the croup to u4 sist the AZA chapter! for tbeirl tournament to be held ntrt| month. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. ROBERT LURIE Gt OF PALM BEACH LOI On Wednesday evening, vember 15, Robert Lurie, ratio director of B'nai B'rith 1 Service Program, and Mijtoa Friedman, president of Sholorr Lodge, were gucsts-of-honor I a meeting of the Palm Bead County B'nai B'rith Lodgf over-flow gathering was pre*" to hear the two visitors. A caption followed. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Hated Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami %  wish Orthodox, Schaaiei Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes Jicttlt gtotluu Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC For Reservations Phone 5-1264 727 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A niiEND IN NEED2008 W. FLAGLER GRAND OPENING FRIDAY DEC. 1st THE ROYAL TEA ROOM "THE INTIMATE CORNER" AT THE HARRISON HOTEL 411 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH ^ Dairy and Fish Dishes—Home Cooking—All Baking d Premises ^^ ^-jit Oneg Shabbat will be our attraction • % •*T WOT ADOLPH ABRAMSON, Mqr.



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NOVEMBER 24, 1944 knisl tkrHton PAGE ELEVEN "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. >• I HERE AND THERE: It can | though the export of citrus fruits JrS weiledtot the Jewish -mainstay of Palestine's eco22i.de group, for a time, will Government that the United ffffve more than 8.000 men States will not accept a situation it U composed of infantry, %  ^lilerv tank and air units PJRto be revealed that all Lgn military commanders in E Middle East objected to the Publishment of a separate JewBFnlEade and cabled their proishBraai. u Office Eg to the British War .Office They were overruled by ne Minister Churchill who is m wi himself more and more ^ nd i y to the Zionist cause NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that Allbs BAR at 22 NorthwrtMt r ,th *reel. Miami, Florida. tatonT. to SSStVHC '"•'"• with the e!:uVy.o?. ( u? rcult Court a MYERS 4 iSteS" 1 KR NER .u/n to r i';3 y io f "r7.2 A 4 i,i ""* nu NOTI OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEtD Kile 38007 under which the doors"of pZ wi82^JBsS fc W r 1VBN th migration And from London ^"ju^ .£• 1 d li a 6d the 6th *H M^V n r 0 H rma ^, n ^ Prime c 6 .fc,e A n U ^"o,^. "iSi S Minister Churchill indicated the P 1 ** pUeation for t£ deed Zionist leaders there that Roosej ^w" £Td" r.rt !fi.. BC ord ? nc wl i h velt has pressed on England his ^^i^".!/^.^^^^:^! views with regard to the Jewish < eJ '? ftl „ de bounty. Florida! to-wit: I-ot 42. Bllt. 2. Comfort Gardens, Ptat Book 6 Pan 140. In the Uty of Miami. County of Dade. Mate of Florida. demands for Palestine The Department of Commerce is now paying special attention to PalesLKGAL WOnCXB NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, deelrlng to engajce In business under the fictitious name of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at 318 21st St., Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reclster the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH 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 .!<> %  • BBSS APARTMENTS at 747 West Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISADORE TENDRICH. SAM TENDRICH. EDYTHE TENDRICH, HELEN TENDRICH. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 •U. of course, did not prevent H fro m summoning. Zionist ESers in London and giving fifa stern warning that the ruination of Lord Moyne may J^7 serious repercussions on Hiit demands ... He insisted K the Jewish Agency assume 2 task of curbing the Jewish krorist groups in Palestine ... On the whole, however, the proZionist sentiments among leading mups m England did not change (ter the murder of Lord Moyne The British Labor Party, at its coming convention, will definitely support the demand for the establishment of Palestine as i Jewish Commonwealth And members of the British cabinet who hitherto opposed the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine, are beginning to change their mind under the influence of Churchill They are now considering not one partition plan for Palestine, but several such plans One plan would leave practically the whole of Palestine in the projected Jewish State. with the exception of the NablusNaiareth triangle, where few Jews live Other partition schemes are much less generous. • • • WASHINGTON NOTES: American Zionist leaders this week paid a visit to the State Department and had an Important talk with Under Secretary Edward R. Stettinius The Foreign Policy Association believes that the U. S. Government will probably ask Britain to review the whole Palestine question as part tine A report by the~Deunder 1 STSSSSm! Cut* "waTin partment concludes that some of! •> "">" or Unknown. I?!JI.S, JiS the Substantial industrial do SSfH"*? 1 ** sha *•* redeemed accordvelopment of Palestine required I S? £ ",& *%H?L 'TBUSSK to meet war demands will re-l*-, 1 '1S44 main as a permanent asset I A D'^V''* 24,h day of Oclooer Experts of the Department be-!' B. B I.EATHERMAN lieve that political conditions in! Cierk circuit Court. Dade _. County, Florida. Circuit Court Baal ..... I? N ( -STERRETT. DC. 10/27 11'4-10-17-24 IN THH COUNT* JL*rXlE 8~COURT IN AM) Full DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. world community in the future i„ p„. PQ^TF'VOF PHILLIP RABINOWITZ 1'e.eased. "UHLC IO LHLUJons To All Creditors und All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby Palestine after the war will be of paramount importance in shaping the country's economic future They emphasize that industrial and commercial life, capable of contributing to the as it has in the past." • a • PERSONAL PROFILE: The rise of Irving Berlin from a singNOTICB 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 to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IX)IMS E. PECKERMAN. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT %  r MUBIIL LEVIN Copyright, 1*44. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ino. ing waiter in New York's East I ^fifted and 'retired'?„V£enTany Side to one of the great masters % %  lalms and demands which you. or of popular music is ably told by : l ther of >' ou mav hav against the David Ewen in "Min r.f Pnriiilar MUM of PH1LU? RABINOWITZ de.• ,. • 1" m V^ C n _?V 0DU la r t ceased late of Dade County. Florida, Music nrst published by Ziff, to the Hon. w. K. BLANTON, County Davis Born as Israel Baline Judge ul Dane County, and file the in a small town in Siberia, Berlin ; JfJJJLjj „ %  ".' J""!' £238 _., ,. .. _i f.. .Courthouse In Dade County, r lot Ida, was brought to the United States t wttMll e i,ht calendar months from as an infant and was one of eight the date uf the first publication herechildren in the Baline family, I '• *'e barred. Bee did at that time His father became a cantor in a East Side synagogue in New York and a part-time supervisor of a kosher slaughter house Four years j after the Baline family immi K rat-; **ggjy SPB28 < ed, the father died ... To keep : phllllp ftablnowltt, Deceaaed. the family from starvation. Israel 11 J-IO-I*-24 Kectloii 120 of the 1933 IM'bate Act. Date October 27, AD. 1944. SuHHlE RABINOWITZ. As Executrix of the La*t Will and Testament of l'Hll.IJI' RABINOWITZ. Deceased. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Oiat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HERMITAGE HOTEL,, at 420 N. E. First Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IRVING ALJNKOFSKY MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 10/8-13-20-27 11/3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. Is engaged In. business under the fictitious name of HEM I NODE ART CRAFT In Miami, Florida, and Intends to register the said 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 flcltlous name of MIAMI MEN'S WEAR CO.. not Inc.. 115 N. E. 1st Street. Miami. Intend to register said name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE G. ADDER Ml I.TON ADLER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11/24 12/1-8-15-22 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAITER 17457—ACTS OF 1935 FILE A 8623 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M, L MASTELLER, holder of State and County Tax Certificates No. 14675. 14676 and 14677, issued the 3rd day of .. j • _„;„•• ... Me found a 100 leaning, me cierx oi mof an 'expected /^""ination h h £ ^ Bowery County. fWMa. tt' U T SS^ Stare a busier known as ''Blind Sol." I "gg£ dates ... It seems that the State Department notified the British nomy—has collapsed, the stage i: set for continued economic pro KT EHRKNREICH. DeFEO. nomy-has collapsed, the stage is -;-£-irig y nf{ popu i ar sonRS on the singing songs as he led him MEYEHS & WEITZMAN Israel then became a busker him-! Attsmm f-.r applicants. ^„l# cmnma nnnular snnOS on the H I'"4 12. -8-l points out, "there exist possibilities which, if they can be brought to realization, may make of Palestine a modern community with a diversified agricultural, r710 S. W. I2th AY. MUMr-| LriL 3-343LJ 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" Jrc..rk..f'thV CiVcutTa.urtofD.de County. KRT BAR0N; cafe in which he worked had j mV iN i ,WoRKI N n „ rbeen emptied of '" -— &f • York Meanwhile, ho began writing songs Long after the its clientele. young Israel Baline would remain at his upright piano experimenting with original melodies ... His first revenue from writing was thirty-sc He received lyrics which he song called "Mane Italy" ... On the music then appeared for the first time the name I. Berlin That little lyric converted Berlin into a song-writer LBON KAPLAN. Att'Tnev fur Applicants. 11 17-24 121-8-15 Florida, as embraced In Certificate No 14675. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name, of A. A. Lot M, lllock 18. Miami Gateway Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. PnC 63, In the County of Dade. State oi Florida, as embraced In Certificate No 14676. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was in the name of A. A. Lot'fcl. Block 20. Miami Gateway Amended, a Sub.. Plat Book 28. Page Bt, In the County of I>ade. State of Florida as embraced In C ertiflcate No. 14677. The assessment <>/"'' property under the said CertMJeaM Issued was in the name of Fred w. II, i.i \ (• t nls Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed according to law the propHERNHARB KA8& n 10-17-H M i MOTICE IS HERHHY GIVEN tha. Nl n t i' l nH.l desiring to engag. WOfflCttLH TK -tAJOtlTT Of HOtTKM nSH FWOAL MKS hfcMhl Ctadl, ramiaW ee aW M C MIAMI BUM t MJAMB Exclusively Jewish Florida by organizing and writing an all; soldier show "Y.p-Y, P Vaphank which brought thousands of do I lars into the Camp Fund Ji* cated all profits from that song to the Bov and Girl Scouts ... In the 1929 crisis. Berlin lost BENJAMIN BOMCD*. RUSSELL IiriJ-MAN. ROBERT SHAEFEER. M*\ l( SILVER, M Attorney for Applicants. M 10-17-24 12/1-8 name with the S'"" norida. 11,10-17-24 12,1-8 nOHl I&U AUGUST BROS Rw .^ la the btST' was baseless oug thousands of dollar^ was baseless • ydway his County. which "netted him_hunarea S j AMorney.^ K1 l :1 JACK BERNARD. 4 ilI-.lMAN. for Applicant "ITTirMPRFBT GIVEN that T NOTICE 18 V Wring to engage ,,„ wn^ernlgned. de'lr'n" „„„,. S buelneai u "'\\Vl T Y "^ f t t 127 W i' %  < iV^'Vve Miami Beach. Florida ^AmS NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Mel Mian Ar-. ,j nam e wltn : gy&S 33?^^ C ourt of Unuwal Food.. ?**-JSw N. E. SECOND AVE. d FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned County. ^'fejAMISRKDA^ HENRIETTA HONIG^ 11/10-17-2* 12/- I>ade County. Florida. w^&t&ihmmov. D. c. 11/24 12/1-8-15 ( Horn* Cooked Kosher Meals K O P*E L S 20 N. E. 11th Street Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. TTUanu for REST CONVALESCENCl ,„j CHRONIC CASES >un-RdyPark lealth Resort .MHO I eooKUTC W,rLACltPC-CCU" UCROA Just one year ago .this month forty-four nations joined favuM in a common determination to bring relief to the suffering peoples of the war-ravaged nation* abroad. The formation of the United Nations Relief and Re-. habilitations Administration wan soon termed by its new directorgeneral, Herbert H. Lehman. milestone that will stand in hiatory as the initial marker of one of the greatest humanitarian efforts the world has ever undertaken." Twelve months have passed since the countries of good-will gathered here in Washington to participate in the historic ceremonies binding them together to common purpose. Yet, the activities of UNRRA have been almost entirely in the realm of "preparation." What the international organization can do must yet be proved. What the international organization will be permitted to do must yet be seen. UNRRA's principal activity seems to have been to take over from the military forces responsibility for managing camps foeGreek and Yugoslav refugees to Egypt, Syria and Palestine. The care of 50,000 when help for hundreds of millions is needed! And when help to at least some greater part could have been made available. In a summary of activities of the past year, it is claimed that UNRRA has refined estimates of import needs for areas to be liberated; has requested supply nations to procure necessary goods; has provided for the contract of goods, such as textile*, which require long periods tor production. Technicians have been sent to Central and South America and elsewhere to work out with member countries the nature of their contributions. All of which are vitally necessary as preliminaries to administering relief. And UNRRA's attempts to assure, for all liberated countries, EQUITBALE sharing of scarce goods and limited shipping—regardless of national wealth—give reason for the organization's existence even if there were no other. Also UNRRA has been busy drafting and negotiating operation agreements with the governments of the liberated areas to cover the post-military relief period in those areas. Other such negotiations are scheduled forth e future. Exploratory missions to sound out relief needs are being made ready for Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Ethiopia. Onesuch mission; has already been sent to Luxembourg. An "advance contingent" towork out arrangements for the program there has just been sent to Italy, desperately in need of cfganized and plentiful relief. Only limited aid, however, has been authorized by UNRRA member governments because of Italy's former Axis status. Otherwise, UNRRA has personv nel assisting the military. They are accompanying civil affairs officers of the liberating forces in Greece. Similarly they are assisting military officials responsible for displaced persons and health in France and Belgium. But the plain fact remains that UNRRA has done very little in the field thus far. It is not for lack of financial support that the international organization has failed to participate seriously in the job of relief thus far. By October of this year $1,224,060,000 were made available to UNRRA and another $600,000,000 had been authorized or was in the process of being authorized. UNRRA, nevertheless, has been powerless. The Allied armies have kept tight reigns oh the shipping facilities and on supplies. UNRRA wait for invitation from either the army or a regularly constituted government before entering on the scene of relief. Thus far liberated governments and to-be-liberated governments have shown reluctance to issue any invitations, and the army has been evidencing a similar inh<|pitality, particularly when it comes to giving UNRRA personnel responsibility. The next few months will be the crucial ones. Director-General Lehman is in Europe now, with plans to visit liberated areas. He is expected to learn whether UNRRA, equipped to do a jobthat must be done, will get thev opportunity to do it