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The Jewish Floridian ( December 1, 1944 )

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i^jwyyEllipipidliigun ^777^7^.THE JEWISH UNIT~Y~F THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^ME 17-NUMBER 48 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1944 PRICE TEN CENTS CENTER 111 OPEN CLASSES The Miami Beach Jewish CenIter under the sponsorship of its iDepartment of Adult Education, Iwill officially open its 1944-45 Iwinter season this coming Wednesday, December 6. Classes will |be held every Wednesday evelning for the next ten weeks, and Kill be conducted in conjunction kith the Bureau of Jewish Edlication. Sponsoring the courses Ire the following organizations: rhe Greater Miami Chapter, .Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress; the Miami each Zionist District; the Mibmi Chapter of Hadassah; the Bkterhood of the Jewish Center, Lad the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Classes will be held at three nods during the evening as follows 7:45 to 8:30—Hebrew for Beimners with Miss Bessie Goner kj instructor; Intermediate Hebrew with David Friedman as structor. A class in advanced .ebrew will be organized. 8:35 to 9:20—Jewish History Lrith Rabbi Irving Lehrman in parge. A class in Contemporary Jewish Problems will include a |iicussion of the many problems icing the Jew in the present, id post-war world. A. P. Gannes /ill teach this course. [9:25 to 10:10—The Current cene. a series of lectures by outlanding Jewish and Christian priorities, and will also include mmunity singing led by Cantor Jianuel Barkan. Joseph Rose, executive director %  the Greater Miami Jewish federation, will be the guest weaker for the first evening. He [ill discuss Community OrganiTtions and their Responsibilities. Jr. Rose is a graduate of the pool of Jewish Social Service pd is well-versed in the sublet he will present. [Registration for the course may made at the Center office. MIBEACH LOAN fRIVE IS NEARER GOAL AUSSIES REJECT PLANS FOR JEWISH COLONY Melbourne, Australia (JTA)— The announcement by Acting Premier Francis M. Forde that the Australian Government has rejected the plan for the establishment of a Jewish settlement in Kimberly in the northwestern section of the Commonwealth, came as a result of a recommendation of the committee on immigration of the Department of the Interior, it was learned here. It is understood that many influential ministers are opposed to the establishment of any separate foreign communities for fear it will lead to a minority problem. Jews will be welcomed on the same basis as all other immigrants and pursuant to the general Commonwealth policy on immigration. Alex Masel, president of the Australian Zionist Federation, is quoted in the daily press as ap-. proving the rejection of the Kimberly project. He said that Palestine is the only place for largescale Jewish immigration. In a public address here, Catholic Archbishop Mannix criticized "non-Catholic who are without that kindly regard for the Jewish people that true Christianity should promote. This is a great pity," the Archbishop continued, "and I hope that Jews here will have nothing to complain of regarding the attitude of the Australian people towards them." TO CITIZENSHIP EASIER TO MEN IN ARMED FORCES I II JEWISH NAME To the vast fleet of wartime Liberty Ships, one bearing a prominent name in American Jewish history will be added on December 2 when the S.S. Isaac Mayer Wise is launched in Jacksonville, Fla„ Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, Director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC) which Rabbi Wise founded in 1873, announced tonight at a dinner at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria in honor of the National Executive Board of the Union. hev. Dr. Jonah B. Wise, rabbi of Central Synagogue, will officiate at the launching of the vessel bearing the name of his father who emigrated to the United States one hundred years ago. Regarded as the father of Reform Judaism in this country, the late Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise founded the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in 1873, the Hebrew Union College in 1875. and later the Central Conference of American Rabbis whose membership is made up of the Reform rabbinate. Washington (JTA)—The immigration and naturalization committee this week approved a bill to make it easier for the parents of men and women in the armed forces to become citizens. The bill, introduced by Rep. Noah M. Mason, 111. Republican, also provides for relaxation of educational requirements for aliens over fifty who have lived in the United States continuously since 1924. If the bill is passed, elderly aliens will be able to be naturalized without having to learn English. Reps. Fisher and Gossett, Texas Democrats, and Rep. Ellis, W. Virginia Democrat, opposed the bill. Testifying before the committee, Edward J. Shaughnessy, assistant to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, denied the charge by Rep. Clare Hoffman, Michigan Republican. that thousands of unauthorized refugees have arrived in the United States since 1943 by air. Hoffman has introduced a resolution in the House asking information regarding the number of such "refugees." Shaughnessy told the committee that there has been "no flood of unauthorized immigrants." "As a matter of fact," he said, "immigration is practically at a total standstill." CAVALCADE WILL BEATMliDER n SAY DEMOCRACIES FAILED 10 SHE JEWS III EUROPE [The Miami Beach sixth war pn drive climbed closer to the 15,000.000 goal when sales passed > S4.000.OOO figure, Alfred El% co-chairman of the camMRn, announced after a meeting I drivi' workers at the Roney Pja hotel Wednesday night. pe drive took a $826,700 spurt pnday night at the $1,000 war N dinner at the Kitty Davis pter restaurant where patriotic lets bid $101,000 for six pairs line luxury hosiery in an eager |f bond auction. FAR REFUGEE BOARD *S HOUSE $150,000 Nnngton (JTA)—John W. we. executive director of the Refugee Board, appeared be• a House Appropriations subpmittee this week to request L'PPropriation of $150,000. the Tisn Telegraphic Agency has Tieo. surr > was asked to take Ith administrative expenses le m a .l incy from Jan ar y to r in the event it is necessary imaintam the War Refugee F 'nat long. Under the proE" 5 of the Russell amendl .any government agency in %  Co-"" v,r a V^ar must come Atlantic City, N. J. (JTA)—The charge that the democracies have not done enough to save millions of Jews in Europe from Nazi annihilation was made here by the principal speakers at the opening session of the five-day War Emergency Conference convened by the World Jewish Congress. Prompt formation ot a single United Nations agency equipped to deal with immediate and post-, war problems of Jews throughout i the world was demanded. Speakj ers said that no United Nations organization competent to tackle i the situation facing the Jews has yet been created and that, Jews must have direct representation on existing agencies such as UNRRA and on the desired new agency when it is formed. ,.' The conference, which 18; UM first international Jewish Rather-1 ing since the outbreak of the war.adopted a resolution demanding abrogation of the W" Paper and unrestricted Jewish, emigration and colonization in Palestine. Another section of the I monition contained an appeal I to the United Nations "to J MUM that the general.scheme of postwar reconstruction include is Itablishment of Palestine as a (Jewish Commonwealth and also 'that appropriate financial and other resources be provided for the purpose of effecting he rapid transfer to Palestine of Jewish survivors of Nazi Persecution More than 300 delegates from; 40 countries are Participating m the conference. '"dudinR 40 from Latin American loun tries The delegation from !" KS he'mly one which was expee-i 10 Brrive from a liberatedEuro pean country, did not amw. !" r ARABS OUTLINE VIEWS ON PALESTINE AFFAIRS Jerusalem (JTA) — The Arab press here reveals that a memorandum outling the Arab viewpoint with regard to Palestine has been submitted to Marshal Stalin by anti-Zionist groups in Lebanon. The memorandum asks the Russian Premier to use his influence in favor of a solution of the Palestine problem in accordance with Arab demands. At the same time, it is reported that four Arab political societies, meeting in Cairo, cabled to President Roosevelt urging him to withdraw his pre-election statement pledging suoport of the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine. POLICY REVISION OF UNITED SMS SHPesa for appropriations.: w — _. n 4 wr Refugee Board was set | (CONTINUED ON PAGE 151 Januarv •)•> — 'anuary 22. km (JTA) — Although ^ort. new British High iioner has been in £.""' %  ' become aware of their beautiful cultural heritage they develop great inferiority complexes and inhibitions every time their ancestry is questioned," the artist* stated. "If only they could become acquainted with the wealth and beauty of their culture they would be so much happier and could walk with dignity whereever they are." "We have assumed a tremendous responsibility in disseminating Jewish culture through the medium of the spoken word and" song and we are grateful and happy that our artistic mission is being fulfilled." "The warm hearts and willing etrs of the hundreds of thousandiof people, Jews and non-Jews who had come to hear us and to applaud us, give us the strength and inspiration to carry on in this self-appointed mission." Z. O. A. CONDEMNS THE MURDER _OF MOYNE Washington, D. C—The assassination in Cairo of Lord Moyne, British Resident Minister in the Middle East, was strongly condemned in a resolution unanimously passed by the National Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of America, according to an announcement by Zionist headquarters here. ESSAY CONTEST TO BE HELD IN BOOK MONTH "Jews in the Post-War World" is the subject which has been chosen for the essay contest to be staged in Greater Miami in observance of Jewish Book Month. Participants may include members of the armed forces, adult civilians including college students, and young people age 14 through 17. Prizes will be awarded in each of these categories. Rules for tne contest state that the essay may not exceed 1.000 words. The contest started December 1, and all essays must be postmarked not later than 12 midnight December 20. They must be typewritten or written legibly in longhand on one side of letterhead size paper and submitted to the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Bldg., Miami 32. Fla. The judges will be chosen by the sponsoring organizations from prominent citizens of Gtreater Miami Prizes will be a six volume set of Graetz' "History of the Jews," award to be made by the first of the year. Sponsoring organizations include the Army-Navy Committee, Beach YMHA, Bureau of Jewish Education, Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami. Jewish Floridian. Jewish Welfare Board, and town YMHA. New York (JTA)—Jews have played an important role in the successes of the Red Army, participating actively in frontline units and in guerrilla bands. Soviet Ambassador Andrei Gromyko said this week, addressing a dinner arranged by the Ambijan Committee as part. of its national convention.



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PAGE TWO 9-Jmistncrk/ian i Rose Kessler, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Kessler. was honored November 30th with a party given by her aunt. Mrs. Blanche Fein. 1051 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Fein will hold open house for twentyfive of Rose's schoolmates between four and six in the afternoon. Games will be played and refreshments served. The Kesslers have recently come here from Durham. N. C. WEDDINGS Mrs. Rose Zager. of New Havtn. Conn., is spending the winter ^dauSTr. M, h and S M rL a u W =WWraffW5 the. home. Eleanor A. Garvett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Garvett. 434 S. W. 25th Road, was married to Capt. Martin K. Marrich at the bride's home last Saturday. A dinner at the Versailles Hotel followed the ceremony. Capt. Marrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marrich of Detroit. Mich., just returned to the states after being stationed in Corsica for two years. Capt. Marrich and his wjfe left for Atlanta. Ga.. where the ther Bromberg. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fineberg. son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schatzberg. 550 15th St.. Miami Beach, arrived from Abilene, Texas to spend a two weeks vacation here. Mrs. Robert L. Eichberg the former Marion Tohrner. arrived Monday after a cross country trip made just before her husband. Lt. Eichberg. USNR. left for Pearl Harbor. She will be with her mother. Mrs. Sue Tohrner. and grandmother. Mrs. B. Kugelman in Miami Beach. BAR MITZVAH Edward Joseph son of Mrs. Ann Pastroff. 1856 S. W. 14th Ter will become bar mitzvah at Temple Israel next Saturday. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. Following the ceremony, there will be a reception at Kaplan Hall. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No written invitations arc being issued. BRISM Lt. Robert D. Hays spent a week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Des Hays of this city, before leaving for Santa Rosa. California, where he is awaiting his overseas orders. Lt. Hays was an instructor at Bainbridge. Ga. Support the Sixth War Loan. Large framed Decorative ... PICTURES $g98 Handsome reproductions of landscapes, florals, interior scenes processed to resemble original oil paintings Each picture framed in wide gold-colored frames with embossed comers. These pictures look well in dining rooms or living rooms. MIAMI STORE. PICTURES, SIXTH FLOOR Barbara Eleanor Tubis and Melvin B. Weinkle were joined in marriage yesterday at the Miami Beach Community Center, Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The bride was attended by Mrs. Jerome H. Weinkle, matron of honor and Jerome H. Weinkle was best man. Barbara Eleanor, daughter oi Mrs. Delia Tubis. 921 Jefferson Ave. attended Miami Beach Senior High. Melvin B. Weinkle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle. 3000 N. W. 12th Ave.. was graduated from Emory University. Atlanta. Ga. He also attended the University of Pennsylvania. After the ceremony, there was a family dinner at the Wofford Hotel. After a brief honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle will reside at 504 N. W. 88th St. Frieda Allenkowsky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Allenkowsky. 1414 S. W. 5th St.. became the wife of Cpl. Milton H. Solomon, at a ceremony held at the home of Rabbi Simon April, last Friday. Cpl. Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon. Sharpsville, Pa., is stationed at Orlando Air Base, Orlando. Fla.. where the couple will make their home. Irving Allenkowsky was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin are now residing at 347 S. W. 6th St.. Miami. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated this week at the Brism of the sons of Dr. and Mrs. Dennis i Quittner and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel. ^ H. Drewich is now back at his home. 2101 S. W. 15th St.. after spending two months at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Harry Gordon. 834 S. W. 10th Ave.. is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robbins are in Miami after spending their vacation. Jack Friedland, son of Samuel Friedland, received his commission as second lieutenant. ENGAGEMENT LEHRMAN TO BE HOSTS TO COMMUNITY DEC. 10 A Chanukas Habayis, traditional open house, will be tendered to the Greater Miami community by Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman at their new home. 1140 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Sunday afternoon, December 10. A reception will be held from 2 to 6 o'clock. No written invitations will be issued. Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer. Cedarhurst. L. I., and 441 15th St., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter Blossom Bernice to Gilbert Michael, Jr., USNR. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Michael. Sr.. Baltimore. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lippman announce the engagement of their daughter. Evelyn, to Pfc. Albert Sterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sterman of Brooklyn, N. Y. THANKSGIVING DINNER ENJOYED BY HADASSAH The officers of the Business and Professional Women's Division participated in a rare treat Thursday. November 23. Upon her return from the Hadassah Presidents Convention in Cleveland. Polly Gershon, president of "B.P." gave a Thanksgiving dinner which was combined with a board meeting, at the home of Mrs. Levine, 1425 Meridian Ave. Monday, November 27, a regular meeting of the "B. & P." Division was held at the Beach "Y." The president gave a report on the convention. Plans were formed for a Membership Tea to be held at the Wofford Hotel the early part of January. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944 At St. Franci Hotplui nJn Mi "M* B* Jack M Berman, 641 Meridian Ave IfZ Beach, a daughter. Nov" 23 To Mr. and Mrs. Irvino ^Michigan Ave.. T&SfiS, To Mr. and Mrs. Lew L-rf. 833 v Meridian Ave.. T^TJ 933 r 2 M d r s ?. nd a ?o r n; S N 0 o 1 v M 2 ^ To Mr. and Mrs. Moe Feiw'tar 610 Eighth St.. a son on Nofg" To Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firt7i' 360 Euclid Ave.. a son on R 26. Jackson Memorial Hotpital To Mr. and Mrs. Louis Aueusi 519 S. W. 25th Road, a son R Nat Kupper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupper, 1250 S W 21st Ter.. left Wednesday Si Tuscalcoaa, Ala., after spendini a brief vacation here with hi* parents. Mrs. Ida Spivack is at home, 905 Michigan Ave., after being in St. Frances Hospital. Mrs. Simon Wolff, 5979 Alton Road, is back home after vacationing in the North. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle. Atlanta. Ga., spent a brief vacation with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Louia Weinkle. 622 15th St. They took a trip to Key West to visit with their son and daughter-in-law while here. Your Blood Deposit... Like Money in the Bank— Draw on it in case oi need • GIVE NOW—CALL RUDY.ADLER 5-5319 For Appointment FIRST IN SERIES BOOK REVIEWS BY A. J. C. The Women's Division of American Jewish Congress will hold the first in its series of evening book reviews on Tuesday evening. December 5 at 8:15 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center in conjunction with its cdu: cational project, the "Friday ReI view" series. Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein will review "Harvest in the Desert," by Maurice Samuels. Miss Ruth Brotman, music chairman, has arranged for Osnath Ha levy, internationally famous Palestinian singer, to give her interpretation of Palestinian and Eastern folk sonss. Miss Halevy has performed in the "Eternal Road" under the direction of Max Reinhardt and is now making a concert tour throughout America. She will be accompanied by Anyuta Melicov. Subscribers to the "Friday Review" series will be admitted to this evening performance free of charge. Other admissions will be one dollar. Members and friends are urged to attend. CHAPLAIN MILLER TO BE GUES T OF LADIES Temple Israel Sisterhood's meeting Monday, Dec. 4th. will be preceeded by a luncheon at Kaplan Hall. War service is the theme of the program and Chaplain Carl I. Miller will be among the honored guests. Claire Nash noted dramatic soprano will render the musical program accompanied by Mrs. Netta Morris. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Herman Wall phone 5-7014 and by Mrs. Frank Coret phone 3-0794. SPINOZA FORUM WILL OPEN NEXT SATURDAY ^Mount Sinai Memorial Park g "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY liated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami wish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes %W9gg2g?2SyW'2gy22W2gS g2^^ 1945 ORANGE BOWL PREVIEW TULSA vs U of MIAMI FRIDAY. 8:20 P. M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Seats At $1. S2. S3, Plui Tax, Now On Sale At Burdine's (Miami and the Beach), Royal Theater and University of Miami. Servicemen—Students, 50c, Plus Tax Ticket* For Texas A. & M. Game. Dec. 8. On Sale At. U. of Miami The Spinoza Forum for Adult Education meets this Saturday afternoon, 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. A. S. Cannes, Director of Bureau for Jewish Education will be the guest speaker. His topic will be "New Tendencies in Jewish Life." Next Saturday Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will review Sumner Well's book "Time for Decision." General discussion follows the lecture. Joseph L. Tepper of Washington and Miami will be the chairman. THANK YOU REV. M. A. EMANUEL Our ton Saul Grundwerg toft for the, Yeshtoih^of FWEmanuel tutored both MOMS Joseph and Saul Grundwe^ for three years. Your system of teaching was bush, Brooklyn. New York, several weeks ored ars. Ivrith." namely they conversed Hebrew while tudymg Bible. Talmud. Mishnah. History and the Hebrew literstui. exclusively. After entrance examination was given to Saul he found qualified for 6A in Hebrew. The WrfeS3 Flatbush Yeshivah is considered of exceptional high *""" %  £; consequently regarded as the outstanding[Hebrew R ti school in this country. Moses Joseph Grundwerg is unm Emanuel' %  tutelage, now taking advanced courses in r Talmud Midrash since his Bar Mitsva last January. We are very thankful to you for your sincere elio their behalf. Mr. and Mr* Saml Grund*.* 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 done on Premises Oaeg Shabbat will be our attraction every Friday night ADOLPH ABRAMSON. Mar. yHovdi 0totltec* 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 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-37^u SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE IEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "* FRIEND IN NEED 2008 W. FLAGLER LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC For Reservations Phone 5-1264 727 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH OEIEfBlHIBft



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jjUDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1944 {fFUEniii II!! ATROCITIES Washington (JTA)—The finX£ Office of the President SfSih the War Refugee Board: Keek made public two eyc'l fin£ reports of the horrible *nd barbarous events which ocSred in the two notorious exESnation camps — Auschwitz &ccim> and Birkenau-in, Upper Silesia. Girls who worked at Birkenau we re "beaten and brutalized and Their mortality was much higher Ln among the men. Among lj horrors described In the re, Zi is that of a "biological lab-; Soo" in Auschwitz where SS. | civilian and internee doctors per-1 formed "experiments on Jewish ; firb and women. The prisoners Sere furnished filthy, patched and practically worn-out cloth-, Za In 1940 when one of Vieir ] number tried to escape prisoners were forced to stand outdoors in severe winter weather from 3:30 m the afternoon until 11 the, next morning, as a result of; which there were 100 totally or half-frozen men. •'Prominent guests from Berlin," were present at the inauguration of the first Birkenau crematorium in Marh 1943. when 8000 Cracow Jews were gassed and burned. The guests, both officers and civilians, used a special peephole to see the victims done to death and "were lavish in their praise of this newly erected installation." Himmler was reported as visiting Birkenau on May 15 or 16. 1944. Four Dutch Jews who came to Auschwitz as an investigating commission in the summer of 1943 were treacherously murdered. In preparation for the visit | of these "distinguished looking men" the Dutch Jews in Auschwitz received better clothes, as. well as regular eating equipment and food. After having been politely received and shown over the cleaned-up camp buildings, the four Dutch Jews signed a; statement that they had found everything in Auschwitz in good order. Then they asked to see the crematoria at which, they bid been told, those who died in i —^———-— ———— %  —-— i ANHIUSf t S U S C H Budweiser BEACH Y RESUMES ITS TEACHINGOF RUSSIAN I The YM & WHA of Miami Beach is resuming the teaching of Russian it was announced by Jack P. Marash, Executive Director. Plans this year call for two classes, one for beginners and another for advanced students. Mrs. Leo Birchansky, who has I taught Russian successfully for Jewish FhrMton —i— >AGE THREE many years, will instruct the classes. Registration is now open at the YM & WHA building. 1 Lincoln Road. Among new activities starting at the "Y" are a Photography Club, and a class in Interior Decorating. Further information may be obtained by calling 5-5319. N. C. I. W. WILL HOLD DINNER DANCE DEC 3 The National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, will hold a dinner dance Sunday, December 3. at 7 p. m. at the Wofford Hotel. 2400 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. There will be a well-known orchestra and entertainment. Miss Lillian Kraff, who has appeared, on Broadway in light opera and musical comedy, will sing. She will be accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Fishbein. Mrs. I G. Kobley is cnairman and Mrs. J. Glasser, co-chairman. Reservations may be made through Mrs. Ruth Guthman. 6-2505, or the Council office, 3-6554. GABLES RACING ASSN. HAS NEW RADIO MAN Dinty D. Dennis, prominent Metropolitan Miami radio co \mentator and publicist-advertising director, has been named head of a new radio-advertising department for the Gables Racing Association's Tropical Park, it has been announced by H. L. Straus, president of the Gables thoroughbred racing center which opens Dec. 25. I INSTITUTE WITH BETH JIM SIHB B. 13TI An Adult Institute under the auspices of the Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-311 Washington Ave., this year will be sponsored by the Sisterhood, American Jewish Congress, Women's Division, Hadassah and the Miami Beach Mizrachi, Classes will begin Wednesday evening December 13. from 8 to 8:30, and the course will cover a period of eight weeks. A course entitled "Europe and the Jews" will be given by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and several guest lecturers, to be announced. It will consist of a review of the history and contributions of the Jews in Italy, Spain, Poland. Germany, France, Hungary, England and Russia. A second course in elementary conversational Hebrew will be given by Ben Ruditsky, a member of Beth Jacob Religious school faculty. A third course in "Song Forms" by Cantor Maurice Mamches will present the development of various types of Jewish melodies and will include a song of each type which will be taught to the group during the sessions. A course in the study of the Talmud is being given daily from 6:15 to 5:45 p. m. A class in elementary Spanish is now meeting every Tuesday evening at 7:30 under the auspices of the i Pan-American League, with Mrs. Pauline Kahn in charge. A second course of six weeks \ duration will follow the first eight weeks session. Those interested in any of these courses are invited to register and attend, officials of the congregation stated. 7-YEAR OLD LAD LEADS BEACH BOND SELLING SHOLEM LODGE LADIES IN REGULAR MEETING The Young Women of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, held their I regular meeting Tuesday night j at the YMH & WA, Miami Beach. At the meeting, devoted to the sale of War Bonds, films were shown through the courtesy of | the Dade County War Finance Committee. Ethel Pont, president, announced that the organization will sponsor projects to further the sale of War Bonds during this drive, including the sponsorship of hospitals beds for convalescent servicemen at a cost of $300 each in bond sales. The organization contributed to furnishing of magazines for two | day rooms in Army Hospitals at, Miami Beach. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 12, at which time there will be nomination and election of officers. COMMITTEE TO MEET AT MIAMI Y ON DEC. 6 The Annual Nominating Committee Meeting of the Miami "Y" will be held at the clubrooms on Wednesday evening, December 6. at 8:30 o'clock. Officers to be nominated are president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, 3 directors for 3 years and 27 directors for one year. Jerome Freehbng, chairman of the Nominating Committee, will present a report of his committee and nominations may be I made from the floor. Chaplain Carl Miller will be the guest speaker and Miss Esther | Puckoff will render piano selec-1 tions. FLORIDA IS HONORED BY POSTAL OFFICIALS THAU* MAMK a. PAT. rr. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS APARTMENTS NEEDED FOR MEN IN SERVICE Apartments are urgently needed for soldiers just back from the battlefronts, assigned to Miami Beach permanent party personnel. The Miami Beach servicemen's housing corporation (nonprofit) will guarantee apartment owners a year's lease. Anvone who has an apartment available for a serviceman who s seen service should call at Miami Beach city hall, or phone 5-WHi. extension 49. Support the Sixth War Loan. DONATE TO THE Blood Bank The Ned Is Great No Loss of Time Absolutely Painless Phone RUDY ADLER 5-5319 for Appointment An 8-year-old boy, Morris Davidson, son of a Detroit mer-1 chant, and a student of the Lear School, took the spotlight this week in the Miami Beach war bond campaign by the purchase of a $50,000 bond. Every student at the Lear school, 1010 West Ave.. has pledged himself to the purchase of a sixth war loan bond, the private school announced, expecting to reach a goal of $100,000. M. I. O. C. LADIES GIVE PLANS FORDEC. PARTY Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the i Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, announce plans are rapidly nearing completion for the annual Chanukah party to be given Sunday, December 10, at 8 p. m. The event will be held at the Miami Y and promises to be an outstanding one. The traditional latkes will be served in addition to the refreshments. Assisting Mrs. M.Ofsowitz on Jacksonville—"Assurances have been received from Washington that the Post Office Department | will issue a special commemorative stamp in honor of the 100th anniversary of Florida's admission into the Union," Harold Colee, executive vice president of the Florida State Chamber of] Commerce, said. TO GET STARTED TtTMlGHT The fourth annual Mahi Temple Shrine Carnival and Fair, will get under way tonight at the Miami circus grounds. N. W. 23rd St. at Eighth Ave. Featuring the nationally-famous Endy Brothers Shows under the personal direction of Dave Endy, president and general manager, this year's Shrine Carnival and Fair will be the most extensive in history according to> Milo Coffrin, Mahi Temple potentate. With the big midway all arranged and set since Monday, it will offer 30 different rides and shows along its lengthy glamorous row. Headliners of the presentations which will go each night and include Saturday and Sunday afternoon matinees, will be* Emanual Zacchini, the human cannonball who is shot over the235-foot twin ferris wheels: the beautiful Zdenka Malikova. Czech marvel of the high wire; Miss Bernice, the queenof the air on her 135-foot swaying polewith her breath-taking "Slide for Life" act, and Sonny Boy Campbell, king of all high divers into a tank of flames. Under the supervision of assistant chairman and Shrine work, director, Harry Ebright, a number of special nights and matinees are being arranged for Metropolitan Miami school children as well as service folks in thearea, especially members now in this area's Redistribution centers. The profits of the extensive* carnival which will continue through Dec. 17, will go as before, to the Shrine's crippled children and hospital funds. N. C. I. W. TO HEAR MRS. RAMONA BARTH the camp were cremated. The, four Dutch visitors were ta kin to Birkenau accompanied by UN camp leader. Aumayer. and were there shot from behind. A telegram was sent to Holland reporting that the four men had been victims of "an unfortunate automobile accident.' ,_,-1 Atrocities in the "infirmary of Auschwitz included the killing ; !" ££, arrangements comMWK SarWWto 9$ Ktee are: ladies in charge of percent of the Jews "hospitalized" there. Home Cooked Kosher Meal. KOP'EL'S 29 N. E. Hth Street. Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S George Washington Hotel 516 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Announce the opening of their STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 1st PHONE 5*017 eket sales, MrsT I. Buckstein. Mrs E. Moss. Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs. H Feldan. Mrs. M. Blank; hostesses to serve at the cake booths. Mrs. Lou H. Zissen, Mrs. P. Sendoff Mrs. D. Kleber, Mrs. P. Redman Mrs. Herman Pearl and Mrs. P. Rappaport. Proceeds ofthis affair will go towards the Talmud Torah fund. Tickets may be obtained from the various ladies on the ticket committee or at the door ANNUSTMEETING OF BETH DAVID ON DEC. 10 The annual dinner and meeting for the election of officers and SJeCton of Beth David Congreoition for members and their S'es will be held Sunday DeMember 10. A buffet dinner from fit" 8 p. m. will be followed by : mc me eting in the synag ogue. LT SINGER VISITING IN CITY WITHJARENTS Lt Lawrence E. Singer is spending a two weeks leave with his parents Mr. and Mr, Wil ham D. Singer. 1822 S. W. lain 1 AV i C t Singer received his commis'„on Saturday at a graduation held by the Ordnance Department Arberdcen. Md. His parents S2J-present at the ceremony. W £t Singe? will return to the Ordnance Dept.. Arberdeen. Md.. following his stay here. CHANUKAH CONCERT TO BE GIVEN ON DEC. 10 The first annual Chanukah Concert, a gala affair, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will take place Sunday night, December 10 at the Miami Beach High School at 8 o'clock. To be presented in two parts, the first half of the concert featuring six artists, has been prepared by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. The second half will be presented by the Lenore School of Dramatics. Presented on the first night of Chanukah opening the eight day celebration of the spirit of indomitable Maccabean faith, a tableau will be presented showing the triumph of right over might, with the synagogue as a symbol of the deathlessness of faith and the freedom of religion. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is ticket chairman and assisting on her committee are Mrs. Anne Berow. Mrs. Lillian G. Mills, Mrs. Fntzi Tannen, Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs. Samuel G. Grundwerg. Tickets may be secured at the Beth Jacob office. 311 Washington Ave. or by calling any of the above committee. The Forum sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, will be held Friday, December 1, 1:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Simon Gerber, 450 W. Di Lido Drive. Miami Beach. Ramona Sawyer Barth will speak on "China Looks Forward" by Sun K'O. Refresh! ments will be served. The monthly meeting will beheld Wednesday, December 6. at. 2 p. m. at the YM & WHA. I \ Lincoln Road, Miami Beach' Principal speaker will be Rabbi Albert Michels of the Hillel Foundation. Members and friends arc urged I to attend the Forum and monthly meeting. U. OF~M. ORCHESTRA IN SECOND CONCERT The University of Miami Sym' phony Orchestra, conducted by Modeste Alloo, will give its i second subscription: concert next I Sunday afternoon at 4:30, at 1 Miami Senior High School. 240O i West Flagler St. The Annual Chanakuah Card and Latke Party of Beth David Sisterhood will be held Sunday | evening, December 17 at 8 p. m. in the Beth David auditorium. \ under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Hartz. Tickets may be obBuy War Stamps and Bond* j tained at the synagogue office. SUSIE MICHAEL AND MAURICE FRIEDMAN nationally famous artists, who will present a cultural program sponsored by the two "Ys" of this area on Sunday evening, December 3, at the Miami Beach Senior High School.



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PAGE FOUB .Jmi*ti tier Id ten TODAY, DECEMBER i • i The Jewish Floridi idn Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944 KISLEV 15, 5707 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 48 SAY DEMOCRACIES FAILED TO SAVE JEWS IHUROPE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) DR. CHAIM WEIZMAN Dr. Chaim Weizmann, world Zionist leader and President of the Jewish Agency, is three score and ten and Jews the world over appropriately take note of his birthday. In this Jew, born in Russia, the Zionist cause has a statesman who measures up to the stature of any statesmen of the great nations of the world. His outstanding integrity in this respect in itself constitutes an argument for the cause he advocates. For the world may well ask—if Jews can produce so fine a type of statesman, why may they not produce an egually fine state if they are given the opportunity? Weizmann is a man of many facets—a man of eminence in two worlds, perhaps it might be said—in two international worlds. For the world of science in which Weizmann also stands at the top is an international world, and alas, whether we like it or not, the cause of the Jew too involves an international world. "What reward do you want?" Lloyd George asked Weizmann in the first World War, Weizmann had made a scientific contribution of outstanding equality to the war effort. "I want nothing for myself—but something for my people," replied Weizmann. Weizmann came to the Zionist cause at the time of Theodore Herzl. Whereas Herzl had come to the Zionist movement from the periphery of the assimilationist Jews. Weizmann came from the Russian Jews. Some differences between their points of view were inevitable. Herzl saw the Zionist movement more as a diplomatic activity. He stressed the negotiations with longs and rulers. Weizmann at the time stressed more the note of popular Jewish participation in Zionist activity. But in essence there was no fundamental difference. Today, we see Weizmann assuming more of the role that Herzl advocated. Weizmann is our foremost Jewish diplomat. The life of Chaim Weizmann has been a full one—and at three score and ten. one has a right to look forward to relaxation, but at no time has the burden been so heavy upon Weizmann, for at no time was the Jewish burden greater. The burden of his people has been heavy on Weizmann, and the private burdens that he has had to sustain—in the loss of his cherished son, a flyer, with the R.A.F. who had shown something of the same scientific brilliance as his father—have weighed him down. Today, Chaim Weizmann is the Moses seeking to lead the Jews out of the Egypts of bondage and extermination. Ours is the duty of holding up his hands! To B'nai B'rith Members.. 6a if* WRITE fl CHECK W THE BANK OF UFt9 \\ did the full delegation from Palestine. The largest European delegation is that from England, which is composed of eight persons. The absence of a Jewish delegation from Russia was publicly regretted by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, in his opening address. In a moving speech, Dr. Wise pointed out that this international gathering of Jewish representatives is not a relief conference, but was convened for the purpose of planning freedom and security for Jews throughout the world, and the re-enfranchisement of Jews in former German-controlled countries. Dr. Nahuni Goldmann, chairman of the administrative committee of the World Jewish Congress, addressing the conference, emphasized that countries which had millions of Jews before the war are now left with but a few hundred thousand. The real moral responsibility for the Jewish tragedy, he said, lies with our whole generation. The democracies, he asserted, cannot say that they were not warned, because since 1933 they were warned again and again by leaders of the Jewish people either to stop Hitler's persecution of Jews or, at least, to enable them to get out while there was still time. • Outlining a program of Jewish demands to the Allied nations, i Dr. Goldmann urged: Jewish rights be restored where they had been abrogated and Jewish property should be restored as far as is possible. Jews be given international help at least as much as all the other European peoples. The punishment of criminals who have committed crimes against Jews. The establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine. Jewish representation in the councils of the peoples of the world. Pointing out that the World Jewish Congress is working in close cooperation with Jewish bodies of various countries in Europe, Dr. Goldmann referred to the necessity for reestablishing and strengthening the ties between the Jews of Soviet Russia and world Jewry, -TIDBITS FROM Muctfy Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BIRON, red DONATE -Ur ike DADE COUriTY BLOOD BAflK CALL 5-5319 AND RUDY ADLER will make arrangements lor your appointment REGISTRANTS ABOVE 29 ELIGIBLE FOR DRAFT "Registrants above age 29 who have not reached their 38th birth date are still liable for induction," said Brig. General Vivian Collins, State Director of Selective Service, in a news conferenee today, "altho many people seem under the impression that this group of registrants need no longer furnish information to the Local Board.'* "Many registrants, age 30 and over, are now in Class 1-A and must be ordered for induction." said General Collins, "because they or their employer have failed t<> furnish the Local Board with current information regarding their work. Written information must be placTd in the registrant's file showing that he is actively engaged in some work that makes a contribution to the welfare of the community or nation in order that the local board may consider placing the registrant in a deferred class." General Collins stated that the present policy of occupational deferment for registrants age 30 and over is very liberal, and local boards are making a strenuous effort to obtain current information on these registrants in order that cases warranting deferment may be placed in a deferred classification. Without the necessary information the Locai Hoard has no choice except to order any of these registrants now classified in 1-A for induction. "Registrants in this group now classified in Class 1-A should immediately contact their local boards and furnish current information as to their occupational status if this is required." said General Collins in closing the conference. A good buy is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later —$4.00 for every $3.00. YOU SHOULD KNOW ... We are reliably informed that the Moyne murder U Roused by the British Colonial Office, with Winston Church? sanction, as a justification for freezing Zionist demands f commonwealth ... A number of Christian friends of T \ are preparing a blast against the British Prime Minister toSH him to task for exaggerating the political significance of ft! Moyne assassination One of America's most brilli jurists—a non-Jew—has been asked to study the Moyne with a view to help the defense The press didn't give much space to the news, but we think it's quite important to kno that Marshal Tito abolished all the anti-Jewish laws in Bel grade exactly six hours after he had entered the city Thanks to a Reuter's correspondent named John Evans, a violin concerto written by a victim of the Lublin concentration camp Maidaneck has been saved for posterity, we hear Fv found the manuscript among the miscellaneous relics the Nans preserved of their victims ... He forwarded the concerto, composed by a young man named Ernst J. Weil, to the OWI and Joseph Szigeti may give it its first public performance LISTEN HERE Few men keep their ears aa close to the ground as Walter Winchell. Walter senses the slightest rumble emanating from subterranean subversive headquarters here The other day he told us that anti-Semitism had received a shot in the arm from the political hooligan groups that fought Roosevelt in the recent campaign Now more than ever vigilance and counterattack are needed, Walter warns Keep in mind, too, that the KKK is not disbanding in the South Several of its most potent political groups are mobilizing for total war on labor— or, to be exact, on the AFL unions in their territory ... A hopeful note reaches us from Detroit, however Out of the 850,000 votes cast in that city on November 7th, Gerald L K. Smith's America First party polled exactly 625 The voters of Detroit, it seems, preferred not to clear it with Gerald But as for the printer who puts out Smith's "The Cross and the Flag"—he must feel like a rat For he is one of the people whom the Reverend Smith wants to sterilize INTERIM REPORT ... Frederick Heath, who attacked Rabbi S. Steinberg on a railroad train en route to Stamford, Conn., has been sentenced to six months in jail and a $100 tine ... To us the sentence seems rather mild That case of the Jew who two policemen beat up in Philadelphia, of which we told you last week, is the case of Mr. Anmuth. and the Jewish judge who fined the victim of the attack is Magistrate Forestein READER'S GUIDE Readers' Scope magazine is preparing a monthly feature that will rocket it into the position of the land's most-quoted magazine We can't tell you more today except that the initials of the authors of this feature are J. R. C, A. E. K. and H. H. To those who send in to us before December 7th the correct names fitting these initials—all three of them—we shall send, as a gift an autographed copy of Pierre van Paassen's "The Forgotten Ally" Congratulations to The Jewish Spectator on entering its tenth year of publication ... Its editor, Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, has managed to issue an intelligent magazine month after month for nine years That's no mean achievement ... In the August 25th issue of Yank Pvt. Saul Israel of eur fighting force lists fourteen points as guide-posts as to what to do with Germany We're here to tell you that Private Israel's fourteen points make Mr. Morgenthau's plan look like a blueprint for a picnic ... If you know Hebrew, don't miss the 1944 issue of "the Hebrew Physician" ... It is decficated to the memory of Saul Tchemichovsky, the late Hebrew poet, who, as you may not have known, was a physician on the side ... If as a conscientious Hanukah-observer (and we hope you are) you tend to grow a little worried when the youngsters come home from school reciting the traditional poem 'Twos the Night before Christmans," be consoled by the knowledge that the author of those verses, Clement Clarke Moore, published the first Hebrew lexicon ever issued in these United States That was back in 1809• • ABOUT PEOPLE Dr. Ruth Gruber, Department of the Interior field representative who was in charge of bringing those 982 refugees to Oswego, N. Y., has the distinction of having received her Ph-Dat the earliest age on record She was only twenty when she earned her degree Have you heard the new Army song "Sad Sack Stomp?" ... It was written by Lt. Robert Leibowitz, whose father is Brooklyn's Judge Samuel LeibowiB %  Co-author of "The Desert Battalion," a new book centering about General Patton, is Mrs. Edward G. Robinson, wile of trie screen star Watch out, about a dozen years from now, for a new radio singer named Patricia Lou Mizzy She's the newborn daughter of songstress Mary Small and song writer vi Mizzy, and if she follows in her mama's footsteps it won t taJt her much more than a decade to make her musical debut. • • ANECODOTE .,. From the new magazine Pageant we cull this little story concerning the Czechaslovakian statesman Eduard Benes • %  When his country still was free some Nazi representatives caueo on him with the demand that he place restrictions on Je • To which Benes replied: "Why. the Jews are the oruy Czechoslovaks we have ... All the others are either w*wor Slovaks."



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rgjDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944 ^Jewistrhrldiain PAGE FIVE .„_*_ LET S WHISH IT m .,„. %  .;.. %  ;:: %  ;% %  : %  ;> i Munnivni Ntwi, Im. Copyright 1941—Prom Acn:j BACK THE 6 TH WAR LOAN ... Help Defeat Japan! R FMEMBER the gaping holds of ships sunk without warning at Tcarl Harbor? Remember, too, the men killed during the infamous sneak attack? This is the fight that Japan started the fight tha' t're Jut to finish! Don't fool yourself—the Japs are tough. It will take long, bitter, cosily fighting to blast them out. It will taxe new and specialized equipment. B-29 Superfortresses .. amphibious tanks airplane carriers P-47 Thunderbolts and new secret weapons. And a veritable Niagara of oi' and fcasolinel Your War Bonds helped train and feed and equip the American armies that smashed through at St. Lo .. Nancy .. Sedan. Yes ... your War Bonds arc helping to win the Battle of Europe. But now how about the Battle of Japan? The job is big-so dlgl It costs billions of dollars a month to fight the Battle of Japan. The money must come from every patriotic American. It's an investment in America-your future. That"s why you are asked once again-in this great battle for final Victory-to buy your extra $100 Bond today. And here are 6 more reason* for buying of least an extra $100 WAR BOND in the 6th! 1. war Bonds are the best, the safest investment in the world! j. War Bonds return you S4 lot every S3 at maturity. 3. war Bonds are as convenient as cash-and increase in value to boot! 4. War Bonds mean education lot your children, security for you. 3. War Bonds help keep down the cost-of-living. 4. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing postwar purchasing power. Supporting Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith 6th War Bond Effort EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flagler St. WILLIAM SINGER Royal Castle System. Inc. 8 S. W. 2nd Are. STEVEN'S MARKET 2201 N. W. 82nd St. HALPERrS CREDIT IEWELER 140 N. E. 2nd Are. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 45 N. E. 1st Ave. WOLFF & FEUER. REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS 41 If. E. 1st Ave. LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. Flagler St HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 70 If. W. 14th St. GEORGE J. BERTMAN REAL ESTATE Lincoln Road — Miami Beach GULF DRUG SALES CO. 18 N. W. 7th St. KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Ave~ Miami JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th Street. Miami WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES Miami — Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. REALTOR "Trustworthy Service" Lincoln Road — Miami Beach DAVID BROWN Pershing Hotel — Miami DR. GEORGE I. GERSON Optometrist — Burdine's — Miami PUBLIC SERVICE STORES 337 N. Miami Are. — Miami RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1236 Washington Ave. — Phone 5-7777 SAM B. MILLER 919 S. W. 4th St — Miami DR. FREDERICK R. FRANK • Chiropodist — Physician 1138 W. Flagler St. — Miami GREEN BROS.. BROKERS 55 N. E. 24th St — Miami JEAN'S CANDY CO. 212 Collins Ave. — Miami Beach MARKOWITZ BROS.. PLUMBING 329 W. Flagler St. — Miami NORTON TIRE CO.. INC. 500 W. Flagler St — Miami CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO. 728 N. E. lat Ave. — Miami NEW YORK DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 44 N. E. 1st St — Miami a



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I PAGE SIX ^JewlstiHorkMan TODAY, DECEMBER i laj| WEST FLAGLER IS READY FOR THIRD WEEK ff RACING Ready for the third major weekend of greyhound racing for the history-making season now underway at the West Flakier Kennel club, patrons will view the track leaders to date in tonight and tomorrow night's programs. Under the personal supervision of Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager, the popular West Flagler track has erased all state records for attendance and mutuel play during the initial 14 nights, the attendance being over 5,200 nightly and the mutuel over the $155,000 nightly average. With the annual big Christmas holiday and Orange Bowl period just ahead followed by the presentation of West Flagler nationally-known $1,000 Nursery Stakes, the $2,000 West Flagler Futurity and $2,000 West Flagler Derby on the Feb. 191 closing night, even higher marks and more records appear assured. A sidelight factor of high importance at West Flagler is the large nightly sale of War Bonds. With the management giving a $50 War Bond free each night to the patron buying the largest amount of War Bonds at the track booth before 10 p. m.. the nightly sales are running into thousands with it being assured the meeting's sales will near the $500,000 mark. The nightly 10-race cards start at 8 with the daily double on the first and third races. Quinielas are offered on every race with the nightly feature being the eighth and the hurdle headliner, the final tenth that goes to the post at 11:40 p. m. WEIZMANN HAILED AS HERO BY MAN Y PEOPLE Dr. Chaim Weizmann, renowned scientist whose discoveries in the field of Chemistry have helped the Allies in the winning of World War I and whose formuja for the production of synthetic rubber has been "mightily helpful" in the present world conflict, president of the World Zionist Organization and of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, was hailed as a world figure to whom "tens of millions of people owe a great debt of gratitude" in messages forwarded to him on the occasion of his 70th birthday which he attained Monday. The messages were transmitted to Dr. Weizmann who is now in Jerusalem where he arrived by plane from London on November 16 in connection with recent political developments in the Middle East, and were made public by a National Committee for the Observance of Dr. Weizmann's Birthday. Hon. Felix Frankfurter. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, is honorary chairman, Edmund 1. Kaufman of Washington. D. C, former president of the Zionist I Organization of America and | Samuel Zemurray of New Orleans, La., are associate chairman i of the Committee which is sponsoring the observance of the event. OPENS TODAY TOR '5 New York (JTA)—Lt. Frances Slanger, a Jewish nurse from Boston, has been killed in Belgium, the first American Army nurse on the Western Front to die from enemy action, it is reported in a dispatch from the front. Lt. Slanger, who landed in France on D Day plus 4. had seen continuous action since then. She was fatally wounded when a German shell landed near the tent in which she was quartered and a shell fragment pierced her body. Support the Sixth War Loan. You can't qui* now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and Mora Bonds! Cadillac Cafeteria Collins Ave. at 7th St. Miami Beach Coffee 5c Two Vegetables. Bread and Butter with all Meal and Fish Orders Included ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES GIVE BLOOD NOW! You owe this duty to your conscience—and to your country Phone RUDY ADLER 5-5319 for Appointment NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Announces THE GRAND OPENING Of Their DINING ROOM FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1st FEATURING KOSHER CUISINE RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-3491 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 Manos. Mgr HENRY (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 Hallandale. Fla. — Gulfstream Park, Florida's new and magnificent race course, tilts the lid on Miami's 1944-45 tutf season next Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock. For the ensuing 20 racing days through Saturday. December 23. America's finest thoroughbreds will thunder to gold and glory over Gulfstream s perfect running strip in quest of nearly $200,000 in purse money hung up in Racing Secretary Emmett Hileman's condition book. Action will later shift to Tropical Park for another 20 days of sport, thence to Hialeah Park for 40 days action, back to Tropical for an additional 20 days, and finally again to Gulfstream for a March 28-April 19 session which will bring to a close Florida's greatest racing year. Gulfstream Park is ready! For months, ever since the green light was flashed by the Florida State Racing Commission, President James Donn. Stefan Zachar and their associates have been bringing the handsome Hallandale course to its present peak of perfection. In a summer tour of major racing centers the stori' of Gulfstream was bruited far and wide, and the results are instantly apparent in the high calibre of thoroughbreds stabled on the local grounds. America's top jockeys are here to ride them, all the way from Ted Atkinson, Bobby Permane and Eddie Arcaro down through the lists to the merest maiden apprentice. The course itself is a picturecard panorama, from the skyline of Royal Palms behind the outdoor walking ring and Daddock to the Carolina pines which border the back-stretch. Eight races daily will be programmed, under a minimum purse distribution of $1,000. and features ranging to $2500. First of these more important events will be the $2500 Inaugural Handicap on opening day. a race which has already attracted many of the top sprinters in training. Post-time daily has been set for 1:15 p. m., the final race going postwards no later than 5 o'clock. The sport .itself is in capable hands, with Harold Clark as director of racing. William A. Hamilton and S. L. James are flanked in the stewards' stand by A. J. Clearv, representing the State of Florida: Roy W. Dickerson will serve as starter. Emmett Hileman as rating secretary and William J Jubb in charge of the mutuels department. All are men with a wide background of turf experience, insuring one of the best meets in Florida racing history. WRIGHT IS NAMED AS DADE CO-ORDINATOR Chester M. Wright was named campaign coordinator, and plans for the formation of the Dade County Safety Council on a permanent basis were made at a meeting Friday afternoon in the offices of County Commission Chairman Preston B. Bird. Bird and School Superintendent James T. Wilson, co-chairman of the Council's promotional committee, called the meeting to work out a program with the cooperation of the local newspapers and radio stations for reducing the county's accident toll, which is costing the area some $6,000,000 annually. Wright, who is executive director of the Medical Division, Dade County Defense Council, will supervise the organizational work on the Safety Council and draw upon the facilities of the Medical Division for assistance. "With the terrible prospect of 197 deaths and 650 permanent disabilities during the coming year, the accident problem becomes a personal one to every | individual and organization in the county," Bird said in discussing the need for a permanent safety program. RECEIVE TICB IIS GENET MOVES OFFICES Martin Genet announces the removal of his law offices to 311 Lincoln Road, Suite 306. Miami Beach. MIAMI CHAPTER WILL HOLD BOARD MEETING The Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will hold a board meeting at 12 noon Tuesday, December 5 at the YM & WHA. A regular meeting will follow at 1:30. Keep on buying War Bond*. One thousand six hu n ^, J Jh Cke ^f \ ere Panted wSft the Merchants Committee^! Z Miami Beach Servicemen's H Pitahty Committee to the (W army commands at Miami Bearh for distribution among he re turning servicemen and penn£' ent party personnel. ptnna n* D .l^ orri ? Goodm an. chairman of the Merchants Committee an nounced that the tickets will enable the servicemen to be 3 rnitted without charge at any of the theatres on Miami Beach TV soldiers may obtain these tickets from the office of Special Service of the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution Station o£?£ ^} r ? or i )S distribution Station No. 2. Convalescent Hospital Unit and the Miami Beach Service Base. The providing of free movie tickets each month is part of the program of the merchants in SUDplementing the recreational and entertainment activities made available by the army for the servicemen from the world's far flung battle fronts who are being returned to Miami Beach for reprocessing LAUDERDALE SERVICES I Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will continue his series of talks on the subject, "Ask the Rabbi" at services Friday eve-| ning at 8 o'clock at the Temple, j 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Support the Sixth War Loan. 5cEYOU, COLuns *t T W£nTit;ii< Delightful Cuisine In An Atmosphere of Distinction Charcoal Broiled Steaks, Prime Ribs of Bwi and Chicken in the Pot Our Daily Special DINNER SERVED FROM 5 TO 10 P. M. Open 7 A. M. to 2 A. M. Air Conditioned THRIFT SHOP IS OPEN EXCEPT ONJ5ATURDAY The B'nai B'rith Thrift Shop, located at 167 N. W. 5th St.. is now open daily except Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 to 5. Donations of clothing and house, hold articles are urgently needed. Persons desiring to contribute are asked to bring their donations to the shop or to contact Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein at 5-1974. TO OBSERVE CHANUKA SUNDAY. DECEMBER 10 Sunday. December 10, 1944. at 10 a. m., at the Cameo Theater, Miami Beach, a Community Sunday School and Hebrew School Assembly will be held in observance of Chanukkah. Beth David. Beth Sholom, Temple Israel, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, and the Bureau of Jewish Education are sponsoring this communitywide affair. An interesting program has been arranged. The program will consist of: Choir Selections by the choirs of Beth Sholom. Beth David, and the Miami Beach Jewish Center; a Chanukkah Play by the children of Temple Israei; a movie—'Sons of Liberty." depicting the life of Hyam Soloman; a cartoon; a short talk by Rahbi Jacob H. Kaplan; and refreshments by courtesy of Sisterhoods of sponsoring schools. Tickets for the affair are available at the above mentioned congregations and at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congr-ess Building, Miami. Admission is free. —Buy War Bonds Today—



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pm ^DECEMBER 1. 1944 ^Jewistrhrldlfor, — %  ^" 'MHWKWI B -rfiTEB MIAMI ABMY-MAVY COMMITTEE SuoDortad h* r PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! Cdet-Midshipman Edwin rnbla*t. son of Mrs. Ida SSatt H37 Meridian Ave.. STS? graduated from the U. • merchant marine academy in Kills Point. N. Y. He received a ESB as third officer in the Srtant marine with the rank ySisiisn to the US. maritime Ivice He is a graduate of Mi^[Senior high school and New York university. He was appointI? to the United States Merchant Marine Cadet Corps 20 months Iw receiving his basic training Pass Christian. Miss. urwq Goldman, whose wife JjVon live at 1500 S. W. 16th Ave, has been promoted to sergeant and awarded a bronze battle star for combat service in France. Ttct>. Sgt. Charles A. Jamison. son of Mrs. Rose B. Jamison, Miami Beach, completed 30 missions as a flight engineer received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with three clusters. Prt Joseph Maltsman. 520 S. W 27th Road, has enrolled in the AAFTC radio mechanics school at Madison. Wis. Prt Marvin I. Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Goldman, 2265 S. W. 17th Ter.. has been graduated from the parachute rigging and packing school at Fort Benning. Ga. Pfc. William S. Rabinowitx. Miami, is in England. His father, Sam Rabinowitz, lives here. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami It. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. KILLED IN ACTION LT. MARKIN J. RASKIN 27. Oi Miami Beach. Fla. On Saipan, after participating in the inv asion of the Marshalls. PUWSJ£ADE FORM. B. CROWDED CONDITIONS In view of the over-crowded conditions on the Beach and in Miami over weekends, plans have been proposed to the Miami Service League, Miami Beach Service League and the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Senior Hostess Group, to provide overnight accommodations for servicemen from out of town military installations. Committees organized for this special purpose have already undertaken the project with the very immediate results in having eighteen volunteered homes set aside for Servicemen's Hospitality. From the experiences of last year, as pointed out by the Hospitality Committee of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, it is expected that at least 100 homes will be needed to accommodate out of town servicemen over weekends. This problem was discussed recently at a meeting of the USO Staff Conference, of which the local National Jewish Welfare Board is a member agency. Within a month, twenty-four cots will be placed in the Miami Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road, in a cooperative venture. Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will provide a brunch on Sunday mornings to the boys who will be accommodated overnight. The beds and all other sleeping supplies, such as linens, pillows, blankets, will be supplied by the National Jewish Welfare Board, and the Miami Beach YM & WHA has turned over its facilities for this project. An all out effort on the part of local Jewish Organizations to help immeasurably in providing one of the most gratifying services to members of the Armed Forces is asked by the local committee. Organizations interested in serving the servicemen, are urged to contact the local Director of the National Jewish Welfare Board at his office in the Miami YM & YWHA. 1567 S. W. 5th St., phone 9-1323. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Monday: Discussion Group. 8 p. m.. Miami fUS* YM YHA Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Tuesday: Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m.. Miami Bnach Jewish Community Ccntnr. 141C Euclid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew, 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group. "The Recnstructionlat Movement," 9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA, Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Poinclana Hotel. 1556 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beech Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky, Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field: JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresmenta served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Miami YM & 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. Member of English Army Writes Interesting Letter to Mother Here Two Miami brothers, Capt. Maurice S. Weintraub and Corp. Roland C. Weintraub. has a surprise reunion in Franch which they described to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Weintraub, 765 50th St.. Miami Beach, in a recent letter. Both boys were born in Miami. were graduated from Miami Edison and attended the University of Florida prior to service. Maurice saw service in England and Holland and now France. Both went overseas in June. Mrs. Maurice Weintraub and daughter, Bethany, are living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe, 1820 S. W. 14th Ave. Ffll Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Name Home Addres3 Serial NoBirth Date Sir oat __B*4hplaceCity State Civilian OccupationDate Entry U Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by— Telephone number .— Date .Discharged— _..Rank or RatingCpL Lou Rotfort is spending his furlough with his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Phillips. 2951 S. W. 1st Ave. Cpl. Rotfort will return to Maiden, Mis., where he has been stationed. CAPT. CAPLAND GIVEN THE BRONZE STAR Capt. Lewis Capland, with the Medical Corps in Italy, was awarded the Bronze Star lor meritious service in combat on May 17, 1944. He has been overseas fourteen months and was with one of the first detachments to enter Rome. Capt. Capland graduated from Miami High School and received his medical training at John Hopkins and Rush Medical School. Prior to entering the iSvfce in May. 1942. he was a practicing dermatologist in Miami. Mrs. Rose Temple. 1759 S. W. 21st St., received the following letter from her son Shulom, a member of the English Army. Its interesting observations speak for themselves: Dear Mother: It is more than a month since I wrote to you, but the work is so pressing and spare time is little. The time files past and one doesn't even remember which day of the week it is. I have been in Belgium several weeks now, but the story of the past 3Vfc months since we landed on the French beaches is a long and varied one. I can tell you only a small part of it here. We have crossed the entire breadth of France, through Caen, Falaise. Laigle, Arras, and many other places which have figured in the war news. There has been destruction and tragedy (far worse than anything in the last war), towns and fields devastated by bombs and shells, roads littered with dead men and animals and burned-out tanks and vehicles. It has been a terrific experience, but not entirely without its lighter side, because we beat humour out of even our worst ordeals and morale has been high all the time. I have spoken to German prisoners several times. The first batch were some we took three days after the massacre of the Caen-Falaise gap—the Swines were shattered there, and didn't stop running until they reached the Dutch and their own frontiers, all the time shot up and battered by our airforce. But I have no pity for any of the Huns. I have witnessed the result of their devilish persecution and have heard the tales of utter tragedy that are so terribly heartbreaking even after the Germans are thrown out. The reception in Normandy was I very cool, but as we reached eastern France we were more warmly received. However, when we entered Belgium the people went mad with joy. They lined the roads all the way from the frontier and into the towns. They kissed us, Pulled us tc Pieces. £athei s tablei l reC aptured the | tore the regimental badges from : oldtime a t m0 sphere of our own our sleeves, and gave> us heaps h d Of choice fruit. AndI throughout h „ ed ith ^ and ride all the time we have been here if he couId nav £ witnessed wherever we go, they fete and .. hero-worship us—and the carni-1 *"" ... .. val still goes on. I .^ nt the two days there and I visited Brussels many times I again on Yom Kippur, no Yom and enjoyed the brilliant lights, I Jov could have been more satismusic, cafes and (-)—the first [ *ynj. J carry a small stock of bright spot we've had since com-; comforts and was able to give ing into this mess. It seems fitthese people many things they ting that, after being driven out. badly needed. Thank God for of Antwerp in 1914 by the Ger-1 everything. mans, I should find myself doing As for myself, despite the cold, my modest share in throwing out | damp, and mud, I am quite well them out of Belgium in 1944. In and happy. As you know, I will 30 years I have forgotten most | not eat anything that is not of my Flemish, but with what I Kosher, so I'm not doing very remember and some French and [ well on food right now, but I German, I am getting along very shall survive this also—I have a great fund of strength and energy and do not lose any weight. I believe the war will end soon and then it just depends on how and the sweet smile of the beautiful little children, have repaid me amply for all the hardship and discomfort. I refuse to consider that I have ever been in any danger, for I have faith that I SHALL return safe and sound when this mess ends—don't ever doubt that. After the service, the people fought each other for the chance of having us home and it was hard to decide which invitations to accept. I finally fixed upon a young man of 25 years whose spirit and quiet manner impressed me, and went home with him. As I crossed the threshold, his mother, a week frail woman (it might have been you. Mother) fell upon my neck, kissing me and weeping. "Deliverer, where have you been these four years. Why did you not come before?" I patted her face and quieted her and she told me how she had waited 14 years for her first child (she has only two sons) Benjamin, and 2% years ago the Huns dragged him away and no news has been received of him since. The younger son was an active member of the "white" underground army during the German occupation. At present they cannot write abroad, but when postal facilities are restored, this sad mother will write to you. I have left your address. There was another family there who have been living with them throughout the humiliating period of occupation. Those that remain alive have been in hiding, often unable to leave the room they were in for more than two years. The second family have six daughters. Some of them are married, and two of the daughters were there. Later I met one of the married daughters. Both families are orthodox and of the "heimishe" type. How delighted they all were when I gave them my best in jokes and catchphrases in Yiddish—they decided I was a "Chusid." Soon the room rang with laughter. Tragedy and sadness were forgotten, and as we sang the "Zemiras" I learned at my ^. a ThU P^. h. ** •. A-Tr C—H~ M.O. ft-U. T*~, the Co-Oparation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — Ml Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 70 S. E. 1st Street I. RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins US N. Miami Avenue u ROTH & HAYS Manufacturers Agents Langford DioflMONTE SELIG RESTAURANT 17Q N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 151 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road early I can get my release. God bless you always dear, and keep you safe ane well. Fondest love and kisses, Shulom. well now. 1 The most important thing, however, happened when I was in Brussels for Tom Tov and went to the splendid Dutch Shool in the Rue de Regence. There were about 100 of us in allied uniform—British, Canadian and American. The service was interrupted and the people, our people, gathered around us gazing upon us as though we were g AM BLANK IN TRIBUTE SKfteatfWSftSS TO SERVICEMEN AIDES We heard the sad histories of torn families whose loved ones { -i wan t to pay special tribute had been carried off either into to the many women who volunGermany or to the murder-cham-1 teer their time and energies to bers of Eastern Europe—who r serv e the servicemen," Sam knows—for they have not been Blank said. Chairman of the heard from since. Not even the j Greater Miami Army-Navy. Mr. very old or very young were [ Blank took the occasion of a reSDared, nor the sick, nor young. cent meeting of the group to wives who were pregnant. It is i ma k e the remarks complimenting a pity that any German should t he hostesses at the various servremain alive. icemen's functions in this area. It was difficult to restrain Hostes ses serving at the various tears; God alone knows how events recently include: these unfortunate and innocent M| unl BwM h 8ervlce Uwu at Deople have suffered. 1 COUla oniy Saturday evening dances. 1 Lincoln reflect that, expect for the grace 1 Road, Miami Beach VM 4 WHA: 2/§La*fclZ fatP would have Mrs. Mark Pavls. Mrs. Sally Monroe, of God, this fate would nave Mg gajie Q8tpr Mrs Edward Pla t. been OUrS alSO. If ever 1 COUia k|n Mrs Maurice Al|>er. Miss Lucille haw had anv doubts about my c.oldsmlth. Jeanette Teller, Mrs. Carl ikTnB nart as a man in this Buseklna. Mrs. EM. Shackman taking P~| !" „ lffprine W0 rld Miami Service League at Saturday Struggle to free a s "j fe n W !" *• evening dunces, Miami YM & YWHA. such doubts would nave oeen 15g7 s w Bth st Mr8 j eIin ie LevinHienpllprf at SUCh a moment. son. Mrs. I_ll Friedman, Mrs. Mardispellea at sutn d i 'police. Mrs. Sadie Welnberg. Mrs. YOU Will rememoer %  %  F wolntnmb. Mrs. Ann I'astroff. Mother, what an ardent paciiist Mra g^, pum,.,,,. M rs. Ann Koven. I was in the daYS when it seemed Mrs. Mollle Kauffmann. Mrs Hannah i^ world had become sane and gg ^JSTSS{ KSNaSfe was seeking lasting peace. ^lJia man Mr8 g^,,, Ste | nb erK. Miami Beach Service league at JWB Onee Shabbat. Friday evening* Mrs. Charlotte Dwor.„.-ld Uevy. Mrs. Slvle Bernstein. Mrs. Gertrude Weschler. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mra. O. Lebolt. Miami Service League at JWB Oner Shabbat. Boca Raton, Friday evenings not you and father (G.R.H.S.) ....!. I ^T-irrl war as the lOW..'• .:'.„ r. .-..^ i\'.,„..v,l,.r though I regard war as the low est degradation to which mankind can sink, I would not have wanted to miss any part of all ^ I've been through: it has been n ter 8e ^ lcea: Mr8 Bessie Abrahams. a lifetime in itself. The joy Of MrB ui Friedman, Mra. MoUle Kauffour liberated brothers and sisters, I man.



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PAGE EIGHT +Jewish tkrkitori FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. i 944 t B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG Following last week's formal announcement of the Sixth War Loan Drive in which the quota was announced as $2,000,000, Sam Silver has called your writer regularly advising of the progress of the Drive. This column must be ready for edit on Wednesday afternoon and therefore when read the events planned for Thursday, November 30, will go unrecorded. Nonetheless, I can safely predict that on Thursday, November 30. a B'nai Brith Bond Rally will be held in front of Burdine's at which rare pre-war items will be auctioned. All indications point to this rally being a huge success. I hope that most of you were in a position to witness it. If anything unusual happens, I will advise you in next week's column. Last Sunday evening, the Bond Committee arranged a radio program on Lee Mason's Hour and through his courtesy. For onehalf hour, members of the Lodge joined with Miss America (Jean Bartel), L. Col. Dick Turner (who shot down 20 German planes and is here for redistribution) and Lee Mason. The program was most interesting and many favorable comments have been received due to the efforts of the Lodge. Milton Friedman, Maurice Cromer. Sam Silver and Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein participated. Every effort is being exerted by your committee to achieve the 52,000,000 goal with which to S. Smulins & Sons 1348 S. W. 2nd St. Miami i>axge outside rooms, famous homerooked meals, dietary lawn, popular priiis, beautiful location. purchase an LCT. Tentative plans are being made for a huge rally to be held at Miami Beach, which plans will be revealed in next week's column. Special recognition and thanks are due Brothers Barney Spector. Maurice Cromer, Alex Cohen, Josie Goldstrom. Dorothy Borenstein, Martha Miller and Jerome Freehling for their splendid work during this drive. As Jennifer Jones said: "Let us buy beyond the one we plan to buy. This is not too much to ask for our fighting generation." Following my prediction of last week, Brothers Nat Roth and Louis Van Gilder announced that the day room project at the Nautilus Hospital has been completed and a formal opening is planned before the first of the year. Nothing I can say can express the thanks due to these men and their committee from the membership for this lightninglike project. Slipshod assistance and dowdy indifference did not seem the rule. It was a job quick| ly undertaken and quickly done, and I must add a job well done. The thought comes to mind that in selling B'nai B'rith to perspective members, most of us say: "We did this and we sold that and we sponsored so and so" and our ability to make such statements are due only to the efforts of a few men in our organization such as Nat and Louis, who are willing to make sacrifices to secure the good will in the community in which we live. At our next meeting, the election for new officers will take place and you should be considering the caliber of the men who are to lead you in the year to come. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Oreater Mi.,ml K ibbinlcal Association are: TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami PVIdaj evening services at 1:16 o'clock. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating, Ills sermon title IH Why Reform Jews l><' Nut Attend Bervlcea." Reception follows the services Saturday morning services at ii o'clock, with Confirmation Class participating. The Uar Mltsvah cele> oration of Edward J. Paatroff, son of Mrs. Ann Paatroff, will be observed ilurhiK the Saturday morning .services Reception to follow. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHOPOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. orthodox.—Friday evening services at 6 o'clock. Saturday morning at 9 O'clock. Mlneha and Maaiiv starts at 5:30 Bhaarel Zedek, 1545 s. \V. 3rd Street, Friday evening service at 6 p. m Saturday morning at !< a in Martin Kaplan win become Bar Mitzvah He will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will rei>ond. Shallos Seudos at 5:80, Hebrew School daily at p. m Hebrew Efc bool at 1" a. m. Keep on buying War Bonds. 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 RUPTURE Needs the most modern scientific appliance < % %  > rellel The Dobbe Truss is a major advancement In truss designing it holds like th.hand with a patented concave pad. Any truss using %  rounded <>r convex pad win force itself into the rupture opening, thus keeping it open One should be sure the truss worn Is not making the muscular wall weaker, it is differ. -in from all other trusses and is worn and recom mended by doctors, The Dobbs Truss Is Individually fitted NO BULBS NO BELTS NO STRAPS FRED HINELY — 804 POSTAL BLDG. — MIAMI. FLA. OFFICE HOURS: 2 TO 5 P. M. OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT BETH OAVIO CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Late Friday evening services at I 15, Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Cuest speaker will be Rabbi Simon April, whose sermon title will he "The liefinition of a Jew" Reception in the auditorium Immediate!) after services bj Mr and Mrs Harr) Hackel In honor of their son Morton's birthday, who is serving in the Aimed Forces in Belgium Saturdaj morning services it 1:30 Junior services at 10:80, MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Conservative, Miami Beach. Kabbaloe Shabbos at 6:15 p. in. Late PTidaj evening service at si', p, m. Ilabbi Irving Lehrman will speak on "The Inspired Warrior" a ttiubte to Dr, Cbaim Wetsmann on his Toth blrthdai Cantor Barkan and i 'enter Choir will chant the services Saturday morning services at t> s m Rabbi lehrman win preach on "Am I My Brother's Keeper"' |n h'Hioi of .1 IV C Sahhath. Cantor Barkan will chant Mlneha at "•:.'i and Shallos Seudos at 6 p. m. With Mr and Mis William Fischer an hosts, in honoi of their daughter's engagement Maarcv to follow WeekIj A Z \ Bar Mltsvah Club services and breakfast at I ,. m. Bunds.) School al I" a in BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mianei Beach. -Friday evening service it •; o'clock Baturda} morning adult services at 7 and : Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on Splendid Isolation." A minnioiiulre vouth service win be held at the Talmud Torah buii lint at 9:30 a m Junior congregation sei vi.-cs win be held In the Talmud Torah auditorium al lu a. m. with a Kid.lush and refreshments served to all children by the Sisterhood and donated i>> Mrs. Jack Wucher, A Young Judes Jamboree at ,1:3ii in the Talmud Torah Auditorium under the leadership of Miss Itai-htl Boldow All children are Invited Shallos S.udos will be held at i p m There will be %  meeting of the Daughters of Israel at s o'clock Baturda) night si the synagogue Parents of all U.IIKI"UH School children will meet at |f:45 Sunday in the Talmud Torah auditorium, A minnlonaiie service will be held Bunda) al fl foil..wed b) ; mmunal breakfast All boys between the ages of 13 and • ire c .i.iiaiu Invited BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Con servative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach. Fii.ia\ evening service at si;, conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish. The Rabbi wni preach on "Shall M) I'hlld Sing i'In 1st mas Songs in Cantor Louis Hayman will .ham and l.-a.i community singing \n Oneg BhabaI win follow the eerv i NOW OPEN VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Miami Beach Managed and Operated By D. Rosner PHONE 5-004 1 DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Piano Instruction Esther Puckoif BEGINNERS AND ADVANCEO Children Adults Harmony Ear Training 1550 S. W. 16th Ave. Phone 3-6840 Bookkeeoina Service For SMALL FIRMS, ATTORNEYS PHYSICIANS Attractive Rates NATHAN ABRAHAM N. A. SERVICES P. O. Pos 1922. Miami 11, Florida When Yeu Think of Real Eetate TMnk Of LEO EISENSTE1N REALTOR 30s Lincoln Read Phene 5-*47t Dependable, Conscientious Service 1EAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Embassy Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue TO HUNGARIANIEWISH CUISINE All Pastry Baked on Premises Dinner From 5 P. M. Tel,. 5-6114 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 108 Lincoln Rd. p h .: 6-6868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE* 5-5875 NOTED MUSICIAN HAS RETURNED TO BEACH After an absence of three months, Anyuta Melicov, well known musician, has returned to her home at 1045 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, and will open her Rod Cross hospital entertainment unit with a show at the Nautilus hospital on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. Guest artist this week will be Gertrude Milgram, composerpianist. Those associated with Miss Melicov regularly include Lillian Kraff, musical comedy artist; Charles Farrell, musical monologuist; Renee Morey, dramatic soprano; Margo Carman, ballerina and Bonny Barry, guitarist. Miss Melicov accompanies for her artists and emcees the show. Each week Miss Melicov invites a visiting artist to "guest" on her variety show. These musicians are among the hundred or so artists of Greater Miami who belong to the Dade County Red Cross volunteer hospital entertainment committee headed by Beatrice Hunt. Twelve volunteer Rod Cross units appear regularly at the military hospitals in this urea, eacn one putting on an average of one show a week "ndor the auspices of the Red Cross recreational staff at the various hospitals. Specialised Carpet and Upholstery CLEANING MOTH PROOFING DEODORIZING MILDEW PROOFING Rugs Processed On Floor Dry In 3 Hours No Shrinkage An Exclusive Process Not Shampooing A T R SERVICE CO. 66 N. E. 50th Terrace Phone 78-1961 NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVK.V that 1 the undersigned, i engaged in bust'' neas under the fictitious name of YOUNO'H SANDWICH SHOP at 422 8 Mi.uni Ave.. Miami, Florida, and Intend to reglstei Ih.' said flcltltlou* name in th.of fife of the Clerk of the I Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida MiiHRIT/, YOUNG HAItllY KATKIIVSKY SII.VKU. KAPl.AN & DIKTZ Attorneys for Applicants l.' I-I-1S-R-2S Pridsy. Dec. 1: National Council ,,( Jewish ur Forums. "wist, Women. Sunday, Dec. 3: Beach and Town "VBeach High School. 8 m ^i"*". al Council of Jewish Women ai^"dance. Wofford Hotel 7 "''!i nner Monday. Dec. 4t m Oreater Miami Jewish BVJ Budget Committee Me?.,in; d v a, ion ation Office, 4 11. m Si B*' Jewish Center Sistei I,?,?' 8 cach Meeting, at the hMMI Mrl 5*" Kehrman. 1:30 p. m Centrai nln 5 Elementary School Pure, T ,, t^r Tuesdsy, Dec. 6: National Hospital f„ r Jewish c h ,, dren at Denver, rmuhr ,r' 2: p. m.; Templejsr r ae, U n o„ r m, '^f. ins;. 2 p. m.; American Jewish r2 (tress, book review. Beach "y i p. m.: Adult Choral ft Slnslnr s clety sponsored by the I ureau of with the "YH" and affiliated eon gregatlons. Iteach Y". S p m Wednesdsy, Dec. 6: Beth Jacob Sisterhood MeethwCSS Branch B | r&I^SS ship meeting. 8:30 "" "m 'Tth Sholem Sisterhood, b.',ard meeft? f n „ m -r. """'."'""'""tins: m^t-' %  ££ Center WJg Jewa JU ?^ca,.r h aI, h r S33 •irKanixatlons, 8 p. m. """ %  Thursday, Dec. >: Denver Home, Ungo party, Jefferson Hotel, evenlne. adult curses sjM.nsore.i by the Bureau .if .lewi.h Kducatlon. Beth David and Tempi, Israel. Ileth David, s ,, fmp Friday. Dec. 8: American Jewish ContTess, women a division. Fndav review, 130 p. in. Sundsy, Dee. 10: Beth Jacob Chanukah proa-ram sponsored by the Blsterhood Miami Beach High School ainlitorlum evening: Beth Sholem sisterhood dame Night, refreshments served, for members and friends; Beth David Congregation, annual dinner and election of officer.-. Ileth David auditorium. 6 p, m NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to Pnnage In business und.-i the fietltlous name of TICONA MKKCAN rn.K CO.. at 343 S W. N. River Drive, Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts. Florida. ANN NADI.KIt HA Kit Y TISVIU.KK SEYMOUR I'rVVTZEl. HKUII H COHEN SIIA'KK. KAI'I.AN DIETS, Attorneys for Applicants 12/1-J-16-J2-2S ,ssi i""* 1 m ^/DVANTAGES of HAE WW* ^ MORTGAGE • LOW RATES *A8Y PAYMENTS • LONG T1M TO FAT PROMPT 8WV1CB A TOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER S10.000.000 iJJM MMtAt 4 tjOIIM IA •••• ^..n .ft umm. rw**** ^|



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Ur.PBCEMMB*. 1944 ^JwlstrhrMtot Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. >9 IKSIDE RUSSIA: We hear that r ^ ...authorities are now disfiSL the possibility of estabSM a Jewish Republic, but ^Biro-Bidjan ... This does m*an that the expansion of fiStiement in Biro-Bidjan dll be discontinued It is ELTthat the Kremlin was conJgL setting up a Jewish ReMr in the Volga district, in SfJcS* from which all the Ba Germans were deported Z after the Nazi invasion when "^established that they were 2, mntact with Nazi Germany This plan was laid aside. Uever, for certain reasons Ich cannot be disclosed at pre!r t There was also talk reStlv' about proclaiming the gea a Jewisn Republic B U t for the time being it does 5 look as if the Crimea is deiTto be the Jewish Republic %  Eh Moscow would like to es25i The section of the rsSR best fitted, both politically 2 geographically for the estabSment of a Jewish Republic Mid perhaps be Bessarabia This territory, now regained from Rumania, has been the home of hundreds of thousands of Jews lor generations both under CzarE Russia and under Rumania At one time. Jewish leaders a Rumania even suggested that the friction which existed for the last twenty-five years between Russia and Rumania over the Btssarabian issue could be avoidcd if Bessarabia were proclaimed a Jewish "buffer state" between Rumania and Russia Rumania and Russia Rumania, it was argued, could then send all her unwanted Jews to the Jewish State in Bessarabia, while Soviet Russia would have nothng to fear from a Bessarabian Jewish State since the Jews in Bessarabia were known to be PAGE NINE WHICH IS THE BEST BAR IN TOWN? HARP VAUGHAIfS MEXICANA Cocktail Lounge Corner 10th and Collins HOTEL EVANS ARCADE Summer Prices Now MIAMI FURRIERS Incorporated Storage Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. E. 1ST ST. ROOM 715-16 PHONE 2-5728 WANT MY MILK HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mm, "*** Product** cro Protected T IL. 2-2621 ^ Miami Delivery JJ*Owr.n..t pro-Russian because of the antiSemmsm which prevailed !" INSIDE PALESTINE: Speakng of the possibilities of the* sian missions have been busv 92%2*& ..'•* Part hLr rCC f ntly oPenca SoJie a?Sr n .i n Iraq .u is ^'Ported to bl larger than other Allied U.oV tions there ... And the first sec" retary of Russia's impressivlleX tion in Egypt is a Moslem wS tha 0 t nl pr„ 1 tural 11 Lu fUSS that Russia will be interested in supporting the Zionist demand for the establishment of a JS State m Palestine only if the British continue to support he formation of a pan-Arab Fedora U )n "J l A J cwish sta te would %rL he be .1 efK xi al t0 Russia 's interests in the Near East since it could counteract the effects of a British-controlled Pan-Arab federation If, however, no pan-Arab Federation is formed, then Russia would prefer to spread its influence gradually from Iran to Iraq, from Iraq to Syria from Syria to Palestine And in this case Moscow's policy may be not to take a hand in the Palestine issue at all leaving it to Britain and to the United States Significant is the fact that for the first time. Arab groups in Syria last week addressed an appeal to Stalin asking him to support the Arab viewpoint in Palestine. • • • INSIDE POLAND: The most dramatic book written on life in Poland under Nazi occupation is "The Story of a Secret State" by Jan Karski. just published by Houghton Mifflin Co. And the most dramatic chapters in the book are the two on Jews One chapter deals with the life of Jews in the Warsaw ghetto which the writer, a leader of the polish Underground, witnessed The other deals with scenes in a Jewish "death camp" which the writer saw with his own eyes after risking his life to get inand-out of such a camp ... A non-Jew, Karski was sent by the Polish Underground to England and the United States to tell the people in these countries what was going on in Poland under the Nazis Before he left Poland a meeting was arranged for him with two Jews, formerly eminent in the Jewish community, who were directing the work of the Jewish underground movement One was a leader of the Zionists in Poland and the other was a leader of the Jewish Socialist Alliance, the "Bund" ... The two brought him into the Warsaw ghetto through a secret passage to let him see with his own eyes the round-up of Jews for deportation, the shadows that had once been men and women, the hungry adults and children in rags and in constant fear, the disease and death They later arranged for him to enter a "Jewish extermination camp" dressed in the uniform of one of the Estonian guards who suiS his Camp un der Gestapo S? ;*&••£ 8 the n?m W JeWS were to rtured sr B £S^ WE a m„;,' Th,s factual account is whiH, lu'! npress,ve document which will be quoted for generasent h'v .K A T S Wli l the message sent by the Jewish underground Amer?o a V eWS u 0f E "^ and America through the writer itie message, as quoted in the Kv/, eads: T e11 the ^h hSH* l 1A t0 a the ""Portent English and American offices and agencies Tell them not to leave until they obtain guaran .m/V a way has been decided upon to save the Jews ... Let ufiL aCC ^ pt no f00d or drink, et them die a slow death while he world is looking on Let £ dlt • • f This ma y shak e the conscience of the world-" We know that these words were duly delivered by the writer to leaders of Jewish organizations in London and New York Whether the spirit of the message was complied with is a difterent story The message win, however, now reach hundreds of thousands of people in the United States, since.Mr. Karski s dramatic account has been selected by the Book-of-theMonth Club as the outstanding book of this month. • INSIDE AMERICA: We hear that the administrative committee of the Keren Hayesod in the United States is conducting a "purge" of all the supporters of Rabbi Silver Thus far the following pro-Silverites have been purged: Emanuel Neumann, Rabbi Irving Miller and Charles Ress ... Neumann has a long association with the Keren Hayesod office for the United States Ress is a former chairman of the Keren Hayesod Administrative Committee Irving Miller is the general secretary of the World Jewish Congress Abraham Goodman, another warm supporter of Dr. Silver, has been replaced as treasurer of the Keren Hayesod by Louis Rocker One cannot say that the "purge" is helping to create unity in American Zionist ranks Marshal Joseph Stalin will soon be wearing two watches presented to him by the Ambijan Committee which has opened a drive to raise $1,000,000 among Jews i in the United States for the settlement of Jewish war orphans in the Jewish autonomous region of Biro-Bidjan One will be a Hamilton pocket watch, and the other an Elgin wrist watch The gift was accepted in behalf of Stalin by the Soviet Ambassador A. Gromyko. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. PAPER SHELL PECANS READY FOR MAILING 3 Pounds $1.59 SEE Joe Zalis 55 N. E. 1st STREET PHONE 3-6107 DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripurc ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME s-GALLO* BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES e Plus Botllf Dtpotit) PHONE 2-4128 Made F rom Freeh Oranges CALL 3003-23 Coral Way Don't Tolerats— Exterminate Our Film Folk • • By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. The biggest motion picture company in the world isn't in Hollywood. Its home office is in Washington, D. C, and the man who heads it wears the silver eagles of a United States Army Colonel. The "company" is the Army Pictorial Service of the Signal Corps, responsible for production and distribution of motion pictures on a scale that has never been equalled. At the end of September the Service has already produced during the present year more than 650 pictures, with another 290 in production. These include training films, informational and morale pictures, historical films on the various battles of the war, and many miscellaneous projects photographed for strategic military purposes. Combat photographers, both still and motion picture, have given the Army film libraries the most thorough photographic coverage achieved in this or any other war. At the same time, in addition to distributing their own productions, the Army Pictorial Service has become the largest single entertainment film distributor. From here in Hollywood the motion picture industry contributes 16 mm. prints of the latest feature pictures for free showing to the Armed forces overseas. These films are distributed for showing at the fighting fronts by the Overseas Motion Picture Service. Each week prints of three feature pictures and a full program of short subjects and newsreels are shipped overseas. Over a million servicemen and women overseas attend free movie shows on a single night at some 3,000 different locations! In referring to his four month nationwide tour of the military hospitals, Eddie Cantor speaks with admiration of the courage and spirit of the American youth. "Their faith and optimism in the future of the American way of life is undimished," Eddie tells me. "If you think they are bitter," he says, "you are wrong. If you think they are drenched in utter despair, you don't know your American boys. If you think they exist in a world of self-pity, you haven't seen them. These kids know for what they have fought. "They square their shoulders, hold their heads high, grin at you and dare you to pity them. Call it morale, call it what you will, but it's the badge of honor that he not only wears on his breast but in his heart!" Gertrude Berg, author, director, producer and star of "The Goldbergs," begins her 16th year on the air next week. She has missed but one broadcast since she introduced the series November, 1929—and that during the first week. Rosalyn Silber, who has grown up in the role of Rosie, the Goldberg daughter, and Menasha Skulnick as Uncle David are sharing the microphone with Molly (Mrs. Berg) on the anniversary programs. Congratulations! • • What's in a name? Walter Lantz, popular cartoon producer, reveals the following figures to me: It takes 10 years far a cartoonist to learn how to animate drawings for the screen. To make one of Lantz' "Cartunes," 65 artists work 40 hours a week for four weeks. In that period 30 cartoonists draw 30,000 drawings, of which 20,000 are discarded. Each animator, with the help of three assistants, draws 25 feet or 37 and a half seconds of animation each week. A composer works for four weeks on the musical score. It takes 25 musicians three hours to record it. Two cameramen spend four weeks photographing a seven-minute subject. In technicolor, each drawing must be photographed thfee times. For each foot of motion picture. 48 pictures are taken. For each minute of running time 4,320 pictures are photographed, or a total of 30,240 pictures for one "Cartune." And they call them SHORTS! • • • Dinah Shore, like so many of the stars who have returned from treks overseas, made countless calls to the parents and sweethearts of boys who sent messages back home with her. She says the thing that just about broke her heart was to return, make the calls and then discover that, while she was on the way home. Fate had taken a hand. She would call to say, "I've just seen your son—he's fine, etc.," only to be greeted with the reply, "He has been wounded" —or "He has been killed"—. This condition, which didn't exist to such great extent for those returning early in the war, has just about gotten Dinah down. • • • LAST SECOND SCOOPS: Jascha Heifetz came up from his beach house in Balboa in the driving rain to play for the servicemen being entertained at the Hollywood Canteen. The Basil Rathbones were so touched with this gesture that they tossed him a grand party later! Jascha tells me that his most appreciative audiences are the boys and girls in uniform. They demand encores and encores Edward G. Robinson defines the seven ages of women: Her own — and six guesses! Louis B. Mayer, head of MGM studios, leaves the hospital at the end of this week, after several months confinement with a broken pelvis suffered when a horse he was riding at his ranch fell. He'll be in a wheel chair for some time Writers' War Board makes this report on "Can You Top This," the radio show: "Ad-Lib joke-telling contest, sponsored by a toothpaste company, frequently accentuates racial and national differences and (however innocently meant) tends to hold minority groups up to ridicule" Milton Berle's wife, Joyce Matthews, is auditioning for a new radio show Danny Kaye reports an ad in a Midwest paper: "Wanted by defense plant. Night watchman. $35 and all he can sleep" And Harpo Marx told me his new version of the oldest joke: "Who was that lady I saw you with last night?" "That wasn't the last night—you'll see me with her again!" NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. 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PAGE TEN +Jewish FkrMlan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1.18 BEACH "Y" RIPPLES A Column of Activities of the Beach "Y" An addition to the staff of professional workers is making it possible for the "Y" to improve and expand its social cultural and recreational offerings. Of widespread interest to the Miami Beach Community was the announcement by Jack P. Marash, executive director of the YM & WHA, of the appointment of Miss Miriam Levine as activity director. Miss Levine comes to the Beach "Y" well qualified through her vast experience as group worker at YMHA's and Community Centers in the North. Gus Jacobson. well known basketball coach who has developed several championship teams in the past, is with us. A | large turn-out of candidates for %  the basketball team greeted Gus Sunday morning. From the looks I of things, they will do well in, the City League which they plan to enter. There are still several I vacancies on the team. Anyone interested is urged to come to the next practice on Sunday at 10:30 a. m. The undefeated Beach Y Pad! dlers ran their string of conquests to 8 straight, when they decisively defeated the Miami Beach | Netters—11 to 0. However. Thursj day eve they were held to a tie, 3 to 3. by Company B. AG & SFRS No. 1. Adult and Senior Clubs and Specialty Groups: Several new; activities have been organized for ; the adult and senior membership, of the "Y." The Photography Lab., formed at the request of a camera eni thusiasts now meets in the "Y" %  on Wednesday's at 7:30. For those interested in display-; ing their dramatic talents, a Little Theatre group has been formed which meets on Mondays at 7:45.1 Thus group is now reading through several plays from which they will choose one. The group boasts of two fine directors. You can discover some of your hidden talents at the Arts & Crafts shop—Why not make your friends happy with a hand made gift. Wallets, purses, belts, cigarette cases and jewelry are only a few of the things that you can make. The media used is leather, yep, real leather, felt, metal and clay. The adult and senior groups are going in for organizing their own social, cultural and athletic clubs in a big way. We already have several of these groups who have started a varied program of socials, lectures and athletics. We have a place for you in our program. You too can learn basic Spanish, conversational Spanish and Russian if you give yourself a chance and attend the classes regularly. The basic Spanish class meets Tuesdays at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p.m., and Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m. Conversational Spanish meets Tuesday and Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. The Russian class will start next week. Registrations are limited—Don't be left out—come and register immediately if not sooner. Nope we haven't forgotten the younger set: dramatics, dancing, gardening and arts and crafts are some of the features of the Y*a program for the younger ( group. Parents, help your boy or | girl develop worth while hobbies and better use of his or her leisi ure time by attending the various '' activities. The Amazon club of the Y is doing their share in the 6th War Loan Drive: Sunday, December 3 and 10 at the Y beach, the Amazon's are having a snack bar and are giving away refreshments for the purchase of War Stamps. How about having your desert at the snack bar? At last Sunday's membership meeting the large crowd was treated to an excellent dissertation on Jewish wit and humor by Chaplain Saul Kraft. Even those of our members who were familiar with the Chaplain's oratorical ability were pleasantly surprised at his easy flow of Yiddish, German and even English; to say nothing of his diaJects. Thanks Chaplain for a lovely evening. President Zukernick's progress I report opened the eyes of our I membership. His most interesting statement reflected the rapid i development of the Y. After one I year, we find that our large, comI modious building is. too small 1 and it is necessary to limit some meetings so that one room can be used twice in one evening. Our new Spartan Club of young ladies is certainly showing an up and at 'em spirit. They completed their organization in one week, and have already scheduled their first function for this Wednesday night—a party to which they are inviting some servicemen. That's action. Face Facts B-/ Alexander F. Miller Flonda Reqionul Director Ami Defamrt'.ion '.riguc Notes Of Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER Palm Beach Notes MRS. MA1Y SCHHEBNICK. Lt. Herbert Kerman. Navy Medical Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kerman, 717 Biscayne Dr., has received the Navy Bronze Star and Presidential citation, his parents have been informed. Lt. Kerman, a graduate of Palm Beach High School and Duke University Medical School, had just completed his internship at Duke Hospital when he received his commission as lieutenant junior grade and was (ailed to active service m February, 1943. He has been in the Pacific ana for the past 15 months. Sam A. Goldstein of Atlanta. | formerly of this city, addressed | a joint meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge and Auxiliary at Sher; Memorial Hall Tuesday night. He | is director of the Southeastern i district of the national B'nai B'rith and is former president of. the lodges here and in Birmingham and Atlanta. Lt. A. Saidi man, Navy Medical Corps, who is stationed at Ft. Pierce, also spoke at the meeting, which was open to the public. A board meeting was held Monday night by Congregation Beth El. President J Glaaser was in charge The Army-Navy Committee ponsored s dance Sunday night at Sher Memorial hall fur Spars. WACs and servicemen. Hostesses, 1 included Lillian Met/, Sylvia Rottfeld, Dorothy Dubbin, and HannabeU Blumberg. Mrs. Phil Blicher was chaperon. SOUTHERN DAIRIES %  BjfJi ,-, Serving Palm Bench County, featuring |g3 \mmmCm Nationally MSI CIIAU Famous Southern Dairies ducts and Ice Cream. Fro AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE While the techniques employed in combatting anti-Semitism have been explained in this column and in speeches before local organizations from time to time the results in many specific cases can not always be revealed. Sometimes, for obvious reasons we must be discreet. For that reason we sometimes hear the inquiry: "How do you know your techniques are right? How do you know they work?" We welcome frankness and we are glad to have these questions put to us. The answers, however, arc not always simple. In some cases, involving overt acts and manifestations of prejudice, we are able to see clearly the results attained. Likewise we receive direct evidence from time to time, which proves to us that certain developments of our positive program are successful. In other cases, involving long-range educational processes, it is impossible to expect tangible conclusions immediately. We are confident that we are working in the right direction. Nevertheless, we try constantly to view our program objectively and to evaluate its effectiveness. We realize that no matter how hard we strive, there may always be room for even better achievements. We have gone out of our way tu seek from members of the local community constructivecriticism and advice. Many of the most constructive projects engineered by this office have originated in the fertile minds of community leaders like Sam Blank. Isaac Levin, George Bertman. Jerry Frcehling and Harry Zukernick. Much of our local program originates in the national offices of ADL and other national \ Fashion Show Outstanding Success The first in a series of programs for adults was held last Sunday night at the "Y" when over 300 people crowded the auditorium to attend a fashion show and musicale. The affair opened with an address of welcome by Leo Ackerman, president of the "Y," who introduced Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, chairman of the Women's Activities Committee. Mrs. Michaels then presented the following program: Violin selections by Melvin Michaels, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Emanuel at the piano; address by George Chertkof, chairman of the board of directors of the "Y"; vocal selections by Douglas Brenner; parade of models in which the following young ladies participated: Dolly Pont, Rosalie Kotkin, Babs Wolf, Marjorie Friedman, Elaine Slepian, Evelyn Wertheimer, Marlyn Gerstein. The Women's Activities Committee, of which Mrs. Michaels is chairman, includes: Mes'I dames Ann Jacobs, Minna Lavine, Miriam Sager, Bea Stepkin, Jennie Levinson, Sylvia Chertkof, Molly Kauffman, Ruth Hohauser, Jean Silverman, Libby Sterling and Ann Koven. "Y" Sponsor. Calutheiuc, Class For Women The first calisthenics class fj women will take place at 9 "Y" gymnasium on Monday evd ning, December 4, at 1:30 o'cloj All women are eligible to a ] tend. Miss Audrey Floyd will i the instructor. There will also; fu cla i$., m nutrition sponsored n A i n cooperation with to Board of Education of Dad County, on Friday morning ^, mbe f „ 8 at 9:30 lco <* at i Y. All women are eligible attend. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington \n. Miami Beach In Ne* York Cth S. % Amstertam Avt. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAulLLAC AMBULANCE 1944 0XTGEN EQUIPMENT Book Review December 13 Mrs. Rose Shapiro will revie the best seller, "Earth and Hie Heaven' at the next meeting the "Y" Forum Group on Wee nesday evening, December 13. Servicemen's Wives Organixt Last Monday afternoon a ne group was formed at the *] composed of servicemen's wivt These ladies will meet at t "Y" every Monday afternou. from 3 to 4:30. They bring the! children with them and the chil dren receive a program of u struction from Miss Besse Sebu sky, the "Y" Youth Director. TL next meeting will be held ne:J Monday afternoon. December at 3 o'clock at the Y." Servic men's wives are invited and t quested to come to this meetii and to bring their children. Pr sently the ladies have taken their project the work of Serve-A-Hospital Committee the Jewish Welfare Board. Attention Parents! Groups are now being forme at the "Y" for children of ages. There is a club here fo] your son or your daughter. Sen them to the "Y" and let thej] get some wholesome recreatia and cultural activities. Support the Sixth War Loan. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given ). D. Gilbreoth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If Ne Answer Call 2-5106 SAMUEL I. BARG Jewelry. Leather Goods. Hjn^ Bags, Flowers. Feathers, Tor* Dolls and Stuffed Animals. WHOLESALE ONLY Showroom -** %  Telepl FERGUSON FUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM agencies. The strategies have been formulated by experts in the field. It should interest our friends to know that currently a new and far reaching study is under way sponsored by the American Jewish Committee. This study which is nation-wide, not only will gauge the present-day status of anti-Semitism in all areas of society hut also will evaluate the effectiveness of the techniques that are being used to fight it. All this we mention here that you. who have a right to know, may rest assured that we never are content to watch our program smugly without constantly and critically checking on what it does and how it operates We art glad to discuss our work with members of the community. We believe all of you are anxious W be helpful and that you are eager to keep well informed on tha problem of anti-Semitism. me door to cur office is always P n and <>"r literature is available for the asking. P > Every Weekday Night! Buy War Bono* and Stamps to nelp preserve Democracy. 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DECEMBER 1. 1944 CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN (Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington) ^JeHlstncrkfan PAGE ELEVEN Ireland, or Erie J?is now known, and Portugal cinick a blow at the moral Yvonne non-Nazi world. That v demands a common front Sit Nazi criminality. It demands that the community of 2d peoples take action to w i home to the morally deSSaSS" German people that f3£es they have committed "the name of "racism" are ab[5 by aU decent elements in h t a f n aceof Ct this sentiment. *enJSJ shared among the United Nations and among multitude^ in OBITUARIES BERTRAM RAFF Itcrtiam Raff, 40, pioneer resident a ^, a ;;",', ,"", h 1,:<1 "n-x.--tedlyor SSfCfcS 'w Ja .i„.V',7;, r ml "';" apartment house "I" •"'". came here from New York \111mi"r uTJ { W a ""mber of •act.ee of barring or Jj^SmSS^V^X &R& ens whose presence ", !' ti u *2! er J """' Miami Beach eterlmental to tf\V$&&ffi'<£SSS^** J SwT countries. Erie and Portu-i have now given replies to a ELK from the United States HE the Government finds less Sn satisfactory. The request EftO the effect, that these "neutral" nations give guaranyS that they will not offer vlum to Nazi war criminal U Xhe U S. Department of State used diplomatic restraint when it Sd the reply from Erie was w than satisfactory. For an undiplomatic commentator stronger language is in order. In fact, Eire's reply is a piece of shuffling evasion, expressive of traditional Irish hostility to BriUin but going beyond that to become an insult of mankind s common fruit apainst Nazidom. Eire first took refuge in the legalistic pretext that there is no comprehensive inter national code" applicable to barring war criminals, nor any "recognized court or procedure for judicial ii d r. in coral Oablei S.MU..-S were held Wednesday in Twnple Israel, with burial i„ WooA' %  i;ii Park under Direction of Rlver%  Ide Memorial chapel. JOSEPH QUARTIN Joseph Quartin, 52. president of XfopcalPapei Boa Mfg Co., died Friday in hi* borne, n>i'j s w. Urd Ter I veteran ol World War I, ijuartin LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES discriminations. The problem which Eire and Portugal have raised is as to the Parksvllle. N. V .. who AI.KA-6KI.TZER offtr fast relief for Headache. Sin ale Nearmlata. "Moraine Afin", Cold Distress, Msacalar Palao and Acid ladlaoatloa. k your Druaclet — It C.nU and M Ceatt rVlka-Seltzei determination of individual cases Then Eire reaffirmed its traditional practi deporting aliens would be dete... Irish people or would interfere with interests of friendly states Against such a half-and-half failure to come out strongly against the inhuman brutes who have outraged every principle of human decency, may be placed a statement from a leader in another small nation which actually v""" '" Miami from Brooklyn, N experienced what the Nazi gani;-, of" Te'mma^iJrXi 9, ". J# M .i5 m em ber sters could do at their worst. 2wa? U BaaW lX o/XooMyn' President Benes of CzechoslovKl*%l?„ C,U dalg h n^SVan"or I S8 akia declared that "we must !''.'" %  Miami; three brothers, Irvln and make it clear that aggressive war "'B^S? a^'wo^lst.^.* !" !" always involves punishment and' Beatrice Uvlne and Mrs A ii MOM that civilized man simply does ''.""' '' Brooklyn Bervlcea were held not accept racial or anti-Semitic bSda'^n'^ NJbo^. n m.r^ me "*** JULIUS BERG J.uiuis. I K. JI hotel operatoi from wile. ST. v., who came here true community of nations, week* ago and had been resldfounded upon agreement on the &*"£&$*%£ ^.horttllnea." moral and ethical concepts that 11In survived by two slaters. Mrs. underly civilization. Without this |r H,, 1 Shl ."" "' Ne v, k : ul Mrs hn The body was aeni^ Monda; aff.rm P t he reality of a common Sau^JJr'^^lSr&riJ! conscience among mankind, is a confession of moral and ethical NOTICE 18 HERKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at 318 21st St., Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH TENDRIOH. BESSIE TENDIUCH. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslKned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I'ECK MERCANTIIJi 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. I-OITIS E. I'ECKERMAN. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 MiTICK IS HEREBY HIVES that the undersigned is engaged in busineas muler the fU-tltious name of REMINOUS ART CRAFT in Miami, Florida, and Intends to rcgi.-o-r th>said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I tide County, Florida. BKI.I.K WESSON 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 Dr. Milea Nerrlno for. 8lM*kfnaM. Nor-, 'MJ IrnublhlT. IidUkUitr and Nirreu Hoad•da. Read diroeliooj and ujc only %  dincud. I New Vork, and Mrs KamiGoldberg, Miami Beach, Funeral services were held Wednesda> at the Palmer i hapel, ISIDOR WIESENFELD Isldoi Wlesenfeld, IS, vlaltoi here f..i tin lays from Fai Rockaway, N Y died of a heart attack at his residence, i^ Meridian Ave, Surviving are his wife, Minnie; three NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under 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 Dade County, Florida EDWARD AI.PER. Owner. li -.'4 18, l -8-16-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EHRENREICH^S LITTLE HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT, at 217 6th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRIET EHRENREICH. JIMMY DeFEO. MEYERS 4 WEITZMAN, Attorneys for applicants. 11/17-34 12/1-8-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 936 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v, Florida. ALBERT BARON. IRVIN DWORKIN. Owners. LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicants. 11/17-24 12/1-8-16 CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 88299. SONY A RANTERS, Plaintiff vs. JOSUA RANTERS, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION You. Josua Ranters, are hereby required to file your appearance In above divorce action on or before December 20, 1944 or decree pro confeaso will be entered Dated November 22. 1944. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. By WM W. STOCKING. D. ('. (Circuit Court Seal I 11/24 12/1-8-16 BenWhenYou H NERVINE Cet your dally quota of Vitamins A and D and IIComplei br taklna ONEA-IiAY (brand) Vitamin TaUeta. Economical, eonren lent. At ml V\\r""2 Look for tho U 1 on box. ONE-tl-DAY VITAM IN 1 iwflv iiv Rlvprttldf Memorial affirm the reality of a common Siprf fw -ervlcM wS burial. conscience among mankind, is u confession of moral and ethical HARRY LAVIN and political inadequacy to the, fcjr^j". %  who'eaal.^ mju demands of this critical moment £ !" u, r ee week" ago rnrni Canton, in human history. o., died In %  local hospital from a Punishment Ol the Nazi Crirniheari jjllment^ Hj.^ n ^ A Vthur, nals constitutes the irreducible ft ,,d a daughter, Miss Elisabeth Lnvln, minimum in the way of safeguard M "^"nton Jh.^b-dj j wa^wntw for human society. It repudiates n fo ? y He J^e.Md burial. the poisoners who have sought to inject the bloodstream of mankind with hate and cruelty. To see to it that the Nazi criminals have no Banctuary on earth is not merely vindictive, it first measure ol precaution and a necessary extension 01 the demonstration now being brought horn.lo Germany by the force which Germany was first to invoke ^___^_ PISCUS GOLDSTEIN NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in uuslneas under the fictitious name of MELANIB GIFT s'HOI' at 830 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RHEA HERMAN. 12 I-8-15-22-2S Home Cooked Kosher Meals KOP'EL'S 20 N. E. 11th Streot. Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WHITE ROSE IJVE POULTRY KOBHER MARKET, Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAM ELGI8ON. IIERNHARD KASS. 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BENRU8 MARKET at 116 S. W. 27th Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intend toregister the said name with the Cleric of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN BOSKIN. RUSSELL BUIJ,MAN. ROBERT SHAEFFER. MAX R, SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago in business under the fictitious name of EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311 Northwest Second Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISADORE KOSTINER JOSEPH BLOCK MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 11/10-17-24 12/1-8 In" bodj was nenl b S Riverside lell JOSEPH CAMNER Camner, 58, pw^'denl Air Conditioned RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Phone 2-0760 Hi. Sti urt Pagi I orp i of numerous house* under [he wai Ho isinii program, '"'' w < • a! niid b illdei War Sundai in ei ffioOD FOB Till EPaJIREj CORAL GABLES lo"!,Y ?nd • HjW ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U S. Gor't inspected Demand it! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors Inc. !?25 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 Tfll' l"Ml\ V. ,%r> r-a "', bj Riverside Me moria l chapel laai. Taub. 49. a JJ-fflg J^E from Bc,.r^dl.d h ^urday^t v n B HYMAN ABRAMS 73, owner of the ^j-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i LllL 3-343tJl YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME NOT1CK IS HKItKHY GIVEN that the underslKned, desiring to engage in ImslneHS under the fictitious nm* of ROIIEO HESTAI'RANT AND BAR at 3488 Coral Way, Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK BERNARD MYKRS & II El MAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 11/10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in business under the fictitious name of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 127 Meridian Ave.. Mlnml Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. IIENMAMIN REDAN. HENRIETTA HONKS. Owner". LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants. 11/10-17 -24 12/1-8 NOTICE IS HERKltY GIVEN that the undersigned, now doing business under the fictitious name of JOBEKS APARTMENTS at 747 West Ave., Miami Reach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk Ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .„,. rSADORK TENORICH. SAM TENDIUCH. EHYTHE TBNDRICH. HELEN TBNDRICH. 11/10-I7-J4 12/1 -S Notice is hereto flven that the un,i. ralgned, desiring to engage in business under the flcitious niune of MIAMI MEN S WEAK CO., BOt Inc.. IE. N. E Isl Street. Miami, intend to 1. nisi, 1 --Hid name In the office of the Clerk ol the Clrcull corr of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE <: ADI.EIl MILTdN ADLER MILTON A. FRIF.DMAN Atton ej for Appllcanta 11/24 18/1-8-16-IJ WE OfflCttLlY KHttSttT TOE WUOBTY Of IHtTaWl mm raoAL MB Inlvmaton Gladly fumakmd on Rju*il SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewis/t ii in FDWARD SHEIN TTUanu for REST CONVALESCEMCf .~lCHRONlCCASES RIVERMONT PiK m SANITARIUM .— N W. Tth St. P". ••'so 1 SANE RMaanabla PrMea Re* to ,Larja %  utlful Oroondti ^un-RayPark Health Resort NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 174S7—ACTW OF 1935 FILE A gaM NOTICE IS HKREIIY GIVEN that M. L MASTELLER, holder of State and County Tax Certificates No. 1467J. 14676 and 14677. issued the 3rd day of June. AD 1940, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Sakl Certificates embrace the following described property in the County or Dade, State of Florida, to wit: ly.t 34. Block 13. Miami Gateway Amended, ,i Sub., Plat Hook 28. Page 63. in the County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 14675. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name of A. A. Willem. -. „ Lo| 13, Block IS. Miami Gateway Amended, a Bub., Plat Rook 28. Page 63. ill the County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 14676. The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of A. A. Willem. Lot M, Block in. Miami G.iteway Amended, .< Sub. Plat Hook 28. Page) 6;',, in the County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. H677 The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued s/as in the name of Fred W. Henry, et als. I'nless said Certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the prOBerty described therein will lie sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the firsl Monday in the month of January, 194. r >, which is the 1st day of January. 1948. Dated this 20th day of November. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C. 11/24 12/1-8-15



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PAGE TWELVE +Jnvisti FhrMian ""PAY, DEC EMBER i m HOVE DON'T TELL PRIVATE JONES THE JAPS ARE EASY r//£ joe M r//£ MC/F/C /s sr/u rszx/F/a THERE ARE STILL MILLIONS OF TOUGH, BRUTAL JAPS TO LICK. EVERY JAP WE KILL MAKES MY CHANCES OF GETTING HOME BETTER, AND IT COSTS PLENTY TO KILL A JAP ( I F YOU think Japan is a pushover—you're fooling yourself, mister. Every American soldier, marine and sailor in the Pacific knows he has a tough fight on his hands. You can't tell them their war is almost over! Even as you read these words, American men are dying in the fight against Japan. Look into your heart and ask yourself honestly: "Have / stopped fighting? Have / stopped buying War Bonds because I think the war is about over?" You're not a quitter; your answer is "No!" The fight in the Pacific calls for a highly specialized type of equipment. B-29 bombers that cost $600,000 in War Bonds; Mi tanks with bulldozer blades that cost $67,417; "alligators" that cost $30,000; millions upon millions of gallons of gasoline. We need more and costlier equipment than any war has ever called for. And that's the big reason for the 6th War Loan Drive. Just as long as a single Japanese aims a gun at our men—we must continue to buy War Bonds. Do your full share now! Once again you are asked to buy at least one extra $100 War Bond. Buy more if you possibly can. Not only u it for the final Victory —it's for your future. Sign up for extra War Bonds on the Payroll Plan. Welcome the Victory Volunteer when he or she calls at your home. Remember—the job in the Pacific is still terrific I COUNTRY IS STILL AT WAR.ARE YOU THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS The Fruit Bowl, Inc. Greetings Lincoln Road Buchwald & Co. Joseph Daoud's Sons The Cotton Shop Park Central Hotel Kahn & Alpert Enfield Camera Shop Harry I. Magid Auerbach Paint Co. Laura Pack Harry Zuckernick Russian Bear Benjamin Blumenield Jaclaes Fine Food Irvin Frankel Lyon Electric Co.. Inc. Moss Printing Co. W. A. Wally Al s Sandwich Shop Shoreham & Norman Hotel Twin City Transit Co. Corsair Hotel Arlington Hotel Tropical Textile & Fum. Co. Silver Paint Co. Trousseau Shop M. M. Rippa (Fairyland) Murray's Lincoln Rd. Restaurant Sraeel & Jabaly Louis W. Pokress Anchor Hotel Belvedere Hotel Bernard Sportswear ior Men Bo-Peep Shop Five O'Clock Club Jules Gillette House oi Art Joy's Jewelry Shop K inlander's Sam Lachman Polly Manning RUDY R. ADLER WILL MAKE YOUR BOND BUYING EASY 1 Lincoln Road, Y. M. & W. H. A^-Phone W319 Rubinstein's Fashions ior Women Sasson's Linen Shop Sol Stein Mayflower Hotel South Wind Bar & Restaurant Harold Turk Blumin & Roberts Sidney Wassennan S. E. Schwartz S. J. Halperin Mayflower Shop Holleman's Restaurant Shepard Broad Joe's Broadway Restaurant


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 1, 1944

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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^777^7^.THE JEWISH UNIT~Y~F
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^ME 17-NUMBER 48
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1944
PRICE TEN CENTS
CENTER
111 OPEN CLASSES
. The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
Iter under the sponsorship of its
iDepartment of Adult Education,
Iwill officially open its 1944-45
Iwinter season this coming Wed-
nesday, December 6. Classes will
|be held every Wednesday eve-
lning for the next ten weeks, and
Kill be conducted in conjunction
kith the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
lication. Sponsoring the courses
Ire the following organizations:
rhe Greater Miami Chapter,
.Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; the Miami
each Zionist District; the Mi-
bmi Chapter of Hadassah; the
Bkterhood of the Jewish Center,
Lad the Miami Beach YM &
WHA.
Classes will be held at three
nods during the evening as
follows
. 7:45 to 8:30Hebrew for Be-
imners with Miss Bessie Goner
kj instructor; Intermediate He-
brew with David Friedman as
structor. A class in advanced
.ebrew will be organized.
8:35 to 9:20Jewish History
Lrith Rabbi Irving Lehrman in
parge. A class in Contemporary
Jewish Problems will include a
|iicussion of the many problems
icing the Jew in the present,
id post-war world. A. P. Gannes
/ill teach this course.
[9:25 to 10:10The Current
cene. a series of lectures by out-
landing Jewish and Christian
priorities, and will also include
mmunity singing led by Cantor
Jianuel Barkan.
Joseph Rose, executive director
the Greater Miami Jewish
federation, will be the guest
weaker for the first evening. He
[ill discuss Community Organi-
Ttions and their Responsibilities.
Jr. Rose is a graduate of the
pool of Jewish Social Service
pd is well-versed in the sub-
let he will present.
[Registration for the course may
made at the Center office.
MIBEACH LOAN
fRIVE IS NEARER GOAL
AUSSIES REJECT PLANS
FOR JEWISH COLONY
Melbourne, Australia (JTA)
The announcement by Acting
Premier Francis M. Forde that
the Australian Government has
rejected the plan for the estab-
lishment of a Jewish settlement
in Kimberly in the northwestern
section of the Commonwealth,
came as a result of a recom-
mendation of the committee on
immigration of the Department
of the Interior, it was learned
here.
It is understood that many in-
fluential ministers are opposed
to the establishment of any
separate foreign communities for
fear it will lead to a minority
problem. Jews will be welcomed
on the same basis as all other
immigrants and pursuant to the
general Commonwealth policy on
immigration.
Alex Masel, president of the
Australian Zionist Federation, is
quoted in the daily press as ap-.
proving the rejection of the Kim-
berly project. He said that Pales-
tine is the only place for large-
scale Jewish immigration.
In a public address here, Cath-
olic Archbishop Mannix critic-
ized "non-Catholic who are with-
out that kindly regard for the
Jewish people that true Christian-
ity should promote. This is a
great pity," the Archbishop con-
tinued, "and I hope that Jews
here will have nothing to com-
plain of regarding the attitude
of the Australian people towards
them."
TO
CITIZENSHIP EASIER TO
MEN IN ARMED FORCES I
II JEWISH NAME
To the vast fleet of wartime
Liberty Ships, one bearing a
prominent name in American
Jewish history will be added on
December 2 when the S.S. Isaac
Mayer Wise is launched in Jack-
sonville, Fla Rabbi Maurice N.
Eisendrath, Director of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions (UAHC) which Rabbi Wise
founded in 1873, announced to-
night at a dinner at the Hotel
Waldorf-Astoria in honor of the
National Executive Board of the
Union.
hev. Dr. Jonah B. Wise, rabbi
of Central Synagogue, will offici-
ate at the launching of the vessel
bearing the name of his father
who emigrated to the United
States one hundred years ago.
Regarded as the father of Reform
Judaism in this country, the late
Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise founded
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations in 1873, the He-
brew Union College in 1875. and
later the Central Conference of
American Rabbis whose member-
ship is made up of the Reform
rabbinate.
Washington (JTA)The immi-
gration and naturalization com-
mittee this week approved a bill
to make it easier for the parents
of men and women in the armed
forces to become citizens.
The bill, introduced by Rep.
Noah M. Mason, 111. Republican,
also provides for relaxation of
educational requirements for
aliens over fifty who have lived
in the United States continuous-
ly since 1924. If the bill is passed,
elderly aliens will be able to be
naturalized without having to
learn English. Reps. Fisher and
Gossett, Texas Democrats, and
Rep. Ellis, W. Virginia Democrat,
opposed the bill.
Testifying before the commit-
tee, Edward J. Shaughnessy, as-
sistant to the Commissioner of
Immigration and Naturalization,
denied the charge by Rep. Clare
Hoffman, Michigan Republican.
that thousands of unauthorized
refugees have arrived in the
United States since 1943 by air.
Hoffman has introduced a resolu-
tion in the House asking informa-
tion regarding the number of
such "refugees." Shaughnessy told
the committee that there has
been "no flood of unauthorized
immigrants." "As a matter of
fact," he said, "immigration is
practically at a total standstill."
CAVALCADE WILL
BEATMliDER
n
SAY DEMOCRACIES
FAILED 10 SHE
JEWS III EUROPE
[The Miami Beach sixth war
pn drive climbed closer to the
15,000.000 goal when sales passed
> S4.000.OOO figure, Alfred El-
% co-chairman of the cam-
MRn, announced after a meeting
I drivi' workers at the Roney
Pja hotel Wednesday night.
pe drive took a $826,700 spurt
pnday night at the $1,000 war
N dinner at the Kitty Davis
pter restaurant where patriotic
lets bid $101,000 for six pairs
line luxury hosiery in an eager
|f bond auction.
FAR REFUGEE BOARD
*S HOUSE $150,000
Nnngton (JTA)John W.
we. executive director of the
Refugee Board, appeared be-
a House Appropriations sub-
pmittee this week to request
L'PPropriation of $150,000. the
Tisn Telegraphic Agency has
Tieo.
, .surr> was asked to take
Ith administrative expenses
le ma.lincy from Jan"ary to
r in the event it is necessary
imaintam the War Refugee
F 'nat long. Under the pro-
E"5 of the Russell amend-
l .any government agency in
Co-"-"v,r a V^ar must come
Atlantic City, N. J. (JTA)The
charge that the democracies have
not done enough to save millions
of Jews in Europe from Nazi
annihilation was made here by
the principal speakers at the
opening session of the five-day
War Emergency Conference con-
vened by the World Jewish Con-
gress.
Prompt formation ot a single
United Nations agency equipped
to deal with immediate and post-,
war problems of Jews throughout i
the world was demanded. Speak- j
ers said that no United Nations
organization competent to tackle i
the situation facing the Jews
has yet been created and that,
Jews must have direct repre-
sentation on existing agencies
such as UNRRA and on the de-
sired new agency when it is
formed. ,.'
The conference, which 18; UM
first international Jewish Rather-1
ing since the outbreak of the
war.adopted a resolution demand-
ing abrogation of the W"
Paper and unrestricted Jewish,
emigration and colonization in
Palestine. Another section of the
I monition contained an appeal I
to the United Nations "toJMUM
that the general.scheme of post-
war reconstruction include is ,
Itablishment of Palestine as a
(Jewish Commonwealth and also
'that appropriate financial and
other resources be provided for
the purpose of effecting he rapid
transfer to Palestine of Jewish
survivors of Nazi Persecution
More than 300 delegates from;
40 countries are Participating m
the conference. '"dudinR
40 from Latin American loun
tries The delegation from *KS
he'mly one which was expee-i
10 Brrive from a liberatedEuro
pean country, did not amw. r
ARABS OUTLINE VIEWS
ON PALESTINE AFFAIRS
Jerusalem (JTA) The Arab
press here reveals that a memor-
andum outling the Arab view-
point with regard to Palestine
has been submitted to Marshal
Stalin by anti-Zionist groups in
Lebanon. The memorandum asks
the Russian Premier to use his
influence in favor of a solution
of the Palestine problem in ac-
cordance with Arab demands.
At the same time, it is reported
that four Arab political societies,
meeting in Cairo, cabled to Presi-
dent Roosevelt urging him to
withdraw his pre-election state-
ment pledging suoport of the
establishment of a Jewish Com-
monwealth in Palestine.
POLICY REVISION
OF UNITED SMS
SHPesa for appropriations.: w _.n_ 4,
wr Refugee Board was set | (continued on page
151 Januarv )> ---------------! ,
'anuary 22.
km (JTA) Although
^ort. new British High
iioner has been in
.""' ' hi s"cc,,,'ded in winning the
I admiration of the entire,
I,,", {*Pulation because oi
I ana C,'ly- democratic rhan-
a"d frankness.
Sofia (JTA)-Minister of In-
terior Anton Yugov this '^
outlined to the correspondent of
fh.. Jewish Telegraphic Agincy
fe iK of the new Bulgarian
Government with regard to Jews
who wish to remain m the coun
try and those who may wl*n
emigrate to Palestine and other
countries.
FIRST SESSION A. I. C.
TO BE HELD DEC. 3 TO 5
The first session of the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference, will be
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
Interim Committee.
The tentative agenda provides
for the opening of the session on
Sunday, December 3, at 2 p. ro-
und the closing on Tuesday. De-
cember 5. Ample time has been
provided for a general debate,
which will enable the delegates
both to pass judgment on past
activities and discuss thoroughly
plans and proposals for future
aCThC' composition of groupings
or blocs seems to be undergoing
some change. In addition to the
eight existing groupings, a ncv.
group, the Independent Bloc, has
recently been formed and a num-
btMo delegates have notifed the
:, ai office of their desire to
Sate with this bloc. The new
alignment of forces has been
,?n spirit of "utmost
frfendshto andP.espect for the
fonnor bloc associates, to quote
frJS the official notification of
{he formation of the new bloc.
Paris" (JTA)Sentences im-
ooscd by French courts under
Vu-hv legislation establishing
3 --
Washington (JTA)Drastic re-
vision of American policy to-
ward Palestine is urged in a
study just issued by the Ameri-
can Council on Public Affairs.
Based upon a historical analysis
of the official position of the
United States toward the Zion-
ists' Jewish national home, the
study presents a series of de-
tailed criticisms and recommend-
ations. The author of the study
is Dr. Carl J. Friedrich. professor
of Government at Harvard Uni-
versity and director of Harvard's
School for Overseas Administra-!
tion. In 1943 the Council issued;
a study of British policy toward
Palestine.
The United States, according to
Professor Friedrich, should adopt
a policy calling for the following:
1. The removal of present re-
strictions on the movement of
i people into and out of Palestine.
2. The removal of restrictions
1 to settlement and reclamation,
such as restrictions on land pur-
| chase.
3. The removal of restrictions
on the movement of goods into
! and out of Palestine, as far as
practicable.
4. A program of rapid and
large-scale economic develop-
ment, including basic reclama-
tion and irrigation works, indus-
trial development, and the like,
with a view to maximizing ab-
sorptive capacity.
5. Opposition to all efforts to
use political maneuvers, especial-
ly terror, for the purpose of pre-
venting the development of a
Jewish majority, should the Jews
throughout the world continue to
back development in Palestine
and thus bring this about.
6. Participation in such inter-
national authorities as may be
required to insure an unimpeded
implementation of natural eco-
nomic trends.
Sunday evening, December 3
at the auditorium of the Miami
Beach Seaior High school. 14th
St. and Drexel Ave., this city
will have its second perform-
ance of the nationally famous,
duo, Susie Michael, pianist-nar-
rator, and Maurice Friedman*
baritone-mime, in their original
Cavalcade of Jewish Music. The
story of Israel Through the Ages
will be interpreted through nar-
rative, dramatized song anO
music. This program is being
sponsored by the joint Cultural
Committees of the Miami YM
& YWHA and the Miami Beach
YM & WHA.
The program includes: Intro-
ductionIsrael, A Singing Peo-
ple; Hebrew Music of the Syna-
gogue; Hebrew Music of Present
Day Palestine; Yiddish Art-
Songs: Piano Selections and the
Story of Jewish Folk and Chas-
sidic Songs.
"Many of our young people to-
day know only that they have
been born Jews but because they
have not had the opportunity to>
become aware of their beautiful
cultural heritage they develop
great inferiority complexes and
inhibitions every time their an-
cestry is questioned," the artist*
stated. "If only they could be-
come acquainted with the wealth
and beauty of their culture they
would be so much happier and
could walk with dignity where-
ever they are."
"We have assumed a tremend-
ous responsibility in disseminat-
ing Jewish culture through the
medium of the spoken word and"
song and we are grateful and
happy that our artistic mission
is being fulfilled."
"The warm hearts and willing
etrs of the hundreds of thousandi-
of people, Jews and non-Jews
who had come to hear us and to
applaud us, give us the strength
and inspiration to carry on in
this self-appointed mission."
Z. O. A. CONDEMNS THE
MURDER _OF MOYNE
Washington, D. CThe assassi-
nation in Cairo of Lord Moyne,
British Resident Minister in the
Middle East, was strongly con-
demned in a resolution unanim-
ously passed by the National Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Zionist
Organization of America, accord-
ing to an announcement by Zion-
ist headquarters here.
ESSAY CONTEST TO BE
HELD IN BOOK MONTH
"Jews in the Post-War World"
is the subject which has been
chosen for the essay contest to
be staged in Greater Miami in
observance of Jewish Book
Month. Participants may include
members of the armed forces,
adult civilians including college
students, and young people age
14 through 17. Prizes will be
awarded in each of these cate-
gories.
Rules for tne contest state that
the essay may not exceed 1.000
words. The contest started De-
cember 1, and all essays must be
postmarked not later than 12 mid-
night December 20. They must
be typewritten or written legibly
in longhand on one side of letter-
head size paper and submitted
to the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, 318 Congress Bldg., Miami
32. Fla.
The judges will be chosen by
the sponsoring organizations from
prominent citizens of Gtreater
Miami Prizes will be a six
volume set of Graetz' "History
of the Jews," award to be made
by the first of the year.
Sponsoring organizations in-
clude the Army-Navy Commit-
tee, Beach YMHA, Bureau of
Jewish Education, Hillel Founda-
tion of the University of Miami.
Jewish Floridian. Jewish Welfare
Board, and town YMHA.
New York (JTA)Jews have
played an important role in the
successes of the Red Army,
participating actively in front-
line units and in guerrilla bands.
Soviet Ambassador Andrei
Gromyko said this week, ad-
dressing a dinner arranged by
the Ambijan Committee as part.
of its national convention.


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i
Rose Kessler, 7-year-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Kessler.
was honored November 30th
with a party given by her aunt.
Mrs. Blanche Fein. 1051 Michi-
gan Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Fein
will hold open house for twenty-
five of Rose's schoolmates be-
tween four and six in the after-
noon. Games will be played and
refreshments served. The Kesslers
have recently come here from
Durham. N. C.
WEDDINGS
Mrs. Rose Zager. of New Hav-
tn. Conn., is spending the winter
^dauSTr. M,handSMrLauW =WWraffW5 the. home.
Eleanor A. Garvett, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Gar-
vett. 434 S. W. 25th Road, was
married to Capt. Martin K. Mar-
rich at the bride's home last Sat-
urday. A dinner at the Versailles
Hotel followed the ceremony.
Capt. Marrich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Marrich of Detroit.
Mich., just returned to the states
after being stationed in Corsica
for two years.
Capt. Marrich and his wjfe
left for Atlanta. Ga.. where the
ther Bromberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fineberg.
son-in-law and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Schatzberg.
550 15th St.. Miami Beach, ar-
rived from Abilene, Texas to
spend a two weeks vacation here.
Mrs. Robert L. Eichberg the
former Marion Tohrner. arrived
Monday after a cross country trip
made just before her husband.
Lt. Eichberg. USNR. left for
Pearl Harbor. She will be with
her mother. Mrs. Sue Tohrner.
and grandmother. Mrs. B. Kugel-
man in Miami Beach.
BAR MITZVAH
Edward Joseph son of Mrs.
Ann Pastroff. 1856 S. W. 14th
Ter will become bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel next Saturday. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate.
Following the ceremony, there
will be a reception at Kaplan
Hall. Friends and relatives are
invited to attend. No written in-
vitations arc being issued.
BRISM
Lt. Robert D. Hays spent a
week with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Des Hays of this city, be-
fore leaving for Santa Rosa. Cali-
fornia, where he is awaiting his
overseas orders. Lt. Hays was
an instructor at Bainbridge. Ga.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
Large framed
Decorative ...
PICTURES
$g98
Handsome reproductions
of landscapes, florals, in-
terior scenes pro-
cessed to resemble origin-
al oil paintings Each
picture framed in wide
gold-colored frames with
embossed comers. These
pictures look well in din-
ing rooms or living rooms.
MIAMI STORE.
PICTURES,
SIXTH FLOOR
Barbara Eleanor Tubis and
Melvin B. Weinkle were joined
in marriage yesterday at the Mi-
ami Beach Community Center,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
The bride was attended by
Mrs. Jerome H. Weinkle, matron
of honor and Jerome H. Weinkle
was best man.
Barbara Eleanor, daughter oi
Mrs. Delia Tubis. 921 Jefferson
Ave. attended Miami Beach
Senior High. Melvin B. Weinkle.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle.
3000 N. W. 12th Ave.. was gradu-
ated from Emory University. At-
lanta. Ga. He also attended the
University of Pennsylvania.
After the ceremony, there was
a family dinner at the Wofford
Hotel.
After a brief honeymoon trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle will reside
at 504 N. W. 88th St.
Frieda Allenkowsky. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Allen-
kowsky. 1414 S. W. 5th St.. be-
came the wife of Cpl. Milton H.
Solomon, at a ceremony held at
the home of Rabbi Simon April,
last Friday.
Cpl. Solomon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Solomon. Sharpsville,
Pa., is stationed at Orlando Air
Base, Orlando. Fla.. where the
couple will make their home.
Irving Allenkowsky was best
man.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin are
now residing at 347 S. W. 6th
St.. Miami.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
this week at the Brism of the
sons of Dr. and Mrs. Dennis i
Quittner and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Firtel. ^_________
H. Drewich is now back at his
home. 2101 S. W. 15th St.. after
spending two months at Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Harry Gordon. 834 S. W.
10th Ave.. is a patient at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robbins
are in Miami after spending their
vacation.
Jack Friedland, son of Samuel
Friedland, received his commis-
sion as second lieutenant.
ENGAGEMENT
LEHRMAN TO BE HOSTS
TO COMMUNITY DEC. 10
A Chanukas Habayis, tradi-
tional open house, will be ten-
dered to the Greater Miami com-
munity by Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman at their new home. 1140
Alton Road. Miami Beach, Sun-
day afternoon, December 10. A
reception will be held from 2 to
6 o'clock. No written invitations
will be issued.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer.
Cedarhurst. L. I., and 441 15th
St., Miami Beach, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Blossom Bernice to Gilbert Mi-
chael, Jr., USNR. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Michael. Sr.. Balti-
more. Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lippman
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Evelyn, to Pfc.
Albert Sterman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sterman of Brook-
lyn, n. y.________________
THANKSGIVING DINNER
ENJOYED BY HADASSAH
The officers of the Business and
Professional Women's Division
participated in a rare treat
Thursday. November 23. Upon
her return from the Hadassah
Presidents Convention in Cleve-
land. Polly Gershon, president
of "B.P." gave a Thanksgiving
dinner which was combined with
a board meeting, at the home of
Mrs. Levine, 1425 Meridian Ave.
Monday, November 27, a regu-
lar meeting of the "B. & P."
Division was held at the Beach
"Y." The president gave a re-
port on the convention. Plans
were formed for a Membership
Tea to be held at the Wofford
Hotel the early part of January.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944
At St. Franci Hotplui
nJn Mi "m* B* Jack M Ber-
man, 641 Meridian Ave IfZ
Beach, a daughter. Nov" 23 '
To Mr. and Mrs. Irvino "___
^Michigan Ave.. T&SfiS,
To Mr. and Mrs. Lew L-rf.
833v Meridian Ave.. T^TJ
933r2Mdrs?.nda,?orn;SN0o1vM2^
To Mr. and Mrs. Moe Feiw'tar
610 Eighth St.. a son on Nofg"
To Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firt7i'
360 Euclid Ave.. a son on R
26.
Jackson Memorial Hotpital
To Mr. and Mrs. Louis Aueusi
519 S. W. 25th Road, a son R
Nat Kupper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kupper, 1250 S W
21st Ter.. left Wednesday Si
Tuscalcoaa, Ala., after spendini
a brief vacation here with hi*
parents.
Mrs. Ida Spivack is at home,
905 Michigan Ave., after being
in St. Frances Hospital.
Mrs. Simon Wolff, 5979 Alton
Road, is back home after vaca-
tioning in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle. At-
lanta. Ga., spent a brief vaca-
tion with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. Louia Weinkle. 622 15th St.
They took a trip to Key West
to visit with their son and
daughter-in-law while here.
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5-5319 For Appointment
FIRST IN SERIES BOOK
REVIEWS BY A. J. C.
The Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress will
hold the first in its series of
evening book reviews on Tues-
day evening. December 5 at 8:15
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter in conjunction with its cdu-
: cational project, the "Friday Re-
I view" series. Mrs. I. M. Wcin-
stein will review "Harvest in the
Desert," by Maurice Samuels.
Miss Ruth Brotman, music chair-
man, has arranged for Osnath
Ha levy, internationally famous
Palestinian singer, to give her
interpretation of Palestinian and
Eastern folk sonss. Miss Halevy
has performed in the "Eternal
Road" under the direction of
Max Reinhardt and is now mak-
ing a concert tour throughout
America. She will be accom-
panied by Anyuta Melicov. Sub-
scribers to the "Friday Review"
series will be admitted to this
evening performance free of
charge. Other admissions will be
one dollar. Members and friends
are urged to attend.
CHAPLAIN MILLER TO
BE GUEST OF LADIES
Temple Israel Sisterhood's
meeting Monday, Dec. 4th. will
be preceeded by a luncheon at
Kaplan Hall. War service is the
theme of the program and Chap-
lain Carl I. Miller will be among
the honored guests.
Claire Nash noted dramatic
soprano will render the musical
program accompanied by Mrs.
Netta Morris. Reservations are
being taken by Mrs. Herman Wall
phone 5-7014 and by Mrs. Frank
Coret phone 3-0794.
SPINOZA FORUM WILL
OPEN NEXT SATURDAY
^Mount Sinai Memorial Park g
"Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
liated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
wish Orthodox, Schaaiwi Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
%W9gg2g?2SyW'2gy22W2gS,g2^^
1945 ORANGE BOWL
PREVIEW
TULSA vs
U of MIAMI
FRIDAY. 8:20 P. M.
IN THE ORANGE BOWL
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Seats At $1. S2. S3, Plui Tax,
Now On Sale At Burdine's
(Miami and the Beach), Royal
Theater and University of
Miami.
ServicemenStudents,
50c, Plus Tax
Ticket* For Texas A. & M.
Game. Dec. 8. On Sale At. U.
of Miami
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education meets this Saturday
afternoon, 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. A. S.
Cannes, Director of Bureau for
Jewish Education will be the
guest speaker. His topic will be
"New Tendencies in Jewish Life."
Next Saturday Prof. Edward
Clarke of the University of Mi-
ami will review Sumner Well's
book "Time for Decision." Gen-
eral discussion follows the lec-
ture. Joseph L. Tepper of Wash-
ington and Miami will be the
chairman.
THANK YOU REV. M. A. EMANUEL
Our ton Saul Grundwerg toft for the, Yeshtoih^of FW-
Emanuel tutored both Moms Joseph and Saul Grundwe^
for three years. Your system of teaching was
bush, Brooklyn. New York, several weeks
ored
ars.
Ivrith." namely they conversed Hebrew while tudymg
Bible. Talmud. Mishnah. History and the Hebrew literstui.
exclusively.
After entrance examination was given to Saul he
found qualified for 6A in Hebrew. The WrfeS3
Flatbush Yeshivah is considered of exceptional high *""";
consequently regarded as the outstanding[Hebrew R,ti
school in this country. Moses Joseph Grundwerg is unm
Emanuel' tutelage, now taking advanced courses in r
Talmud Midrash since his Bar Mitsva last January.
We are very thankful to you for your sincere elio
their behalf. Mr. and Mr* Saml Grund*.*
GRAND OPENING FRIDAY DEC. 1st
THE ROYAL TEA ROOM
"THE INTIMATE CORNER"
AT THE
HARRISON HOTEL
411 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Dairy and Fish DishesHome CookingAll Baking done on
Premises
Oaeg Shabbat will be our attraction every Friday night
ADOLPH ABRAMSON. Mar.
yHovdi 0totltec*
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-37^u
SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME
"SERVING THE IEWISH COMMUNITY"
PHONE 9-2664 "* friend IN NEED" 2008 W. FLAGLER
LONDON ARMS HOTEL
KOSHER DINING ROOM NOW OPEN TO
THE PUBLIC
For Reservations Phone
5-1264
727 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
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jjUDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1944
{fFUEniii
II!! ATROCITIES
Washington (JTA)The fin-
X Office of the President
SfSih the War Refugee Board:
Keek made public two eyc'l
fin reports of the horrible
*nd barbarous events which oc-
Sred in the two notorious ex-
ESnation camps Auschwitz
&ccim> and Birkenau-in,
Upper Silesia.
Girls who worked at Birkenau
were "beaten and brutalized and
Their mortality was much higher
Ln among the men. Among
lj horrors described In the re- ,
Zi is that of a "biological lab-;
Soo" in Auschwitz where SS. |
civilian and internee doctors per-1
formed "experiments on Jewish ;
firb and women. The prisoners
Sere furnished filthy, patched
and practically worn-out cloth-,
Za In 1940 when one of Vieir ]
number tried to escape prisoners
were forced to stand outdoors in
severe winter weather from 3:30
m the afternoon until 11 the,
next morning, as a result of;
which there were 100 totally or
half-frozen men.
'Prominent guests from Ber-
lin," were present at the in-
auguration of the first Birkenau
crematorium in Marh 1943. when
8000 Cracow Jews were gassed
and burned. The guests, both of-
ficers and civilians, used a spe-
cial peephole to see the victims
done to death and "were lavish
in their praise of this newly erect-
ed installation." Himmler was
reported as visiting Birkenau on
May 15 or 16. 1944.
Four Dutch Jews who came to
Auschwitz as an investigating
commission in the summer of
1943 were treacherously murder-
ed. In preparation for the visit |
of these "distinguished looking
men" the Dutch Jews in Ausch-
witz received better clothes, as.
well as regular eating equipment
and food. After having been
politely received and shown over
the cleaned-up camp buildings,
the four Dutch Jews signed a;
statement that they had found
everything in Auschwitz in good
order. Then they asked to see
the crematoria at which, they
bid been told, those who died in i
^- i
ANHIUSft-SUSCH
Budweiser
BEACH Y RESUMES ITS
TEACHINGOF RUSSIAN
I The YM & WHA of Miami
Beach is resuming the teaching
of Russian it was announced by
Jack P. Marash, Executive Di-
rector.
Plans this year call for two
classes, one for beginners and
another for advanced students.
Mrs. Leo Birchansky, who has
I taught Russian successfully for
*Jewish FhrMton
'i
>AGE THREE
many years, will instruct the
classes.
Registration is now open at
the YM & WHA building. 1 Lin-
coln Road.
Among new activities starting
at the "Y" are a Photography
Club, and a class in Interior
Decorating. Further information
may be obtained by calling
5-5319.
N. C. I. W. WILL HOLD
DINNER DANCE DEC 3
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section, will hold
a dinner dance Sunday, December
3. at 7 p. m. at the Wofford Hotel.
2400 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
There will be a well-known or-
chestra and entertainment. Miss
Lillian Kraff, who has appeared,
on Broadway in light opera and
musical comedy, will sing. She
will be accompanied by Miss
Elizabeth Fishbein.
Mrs. I G. Kobley is cnairman
and Mrs. J. Glasser, co-chairman.
Reservations may be made
through Mrs. Ruth Guthman.
6-2505, or the Council office,
3-6554.
GABLES RACING ASSN.
HAS NEW RADIO MAN
Dinty D. Dennis, prominent
Metropolitan Miami radio co \-
mentator and publicist-advertis-
ing director, has been named
head of a new radio-advertising
department for the Gables Racing
Association's Tropical Park, it
has been announced by H. L.
Straus, president of the Gables
thoroughbred racing center which
opens Dec. 25.
I INSTITUTE
WITH BETH JIM
SIHB B. 13TI
An Adult Institute under the
auspices of the Congregation
Beth Jacob, 301-311 Washington
Ave., this year will be sponsored
by the Sisterhood, American Jew-
ish Congress, Women's Division,
Hadassah and the Miami Beach
Mizrachi,
Classes will begin Wednesday
evening December 13. from 8 to
8:30, and the course will cover
a period of eight weeks.
A course entitled "Europe and
the Jews" will be given by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff and several
guest lecturers, to be announced.
It will consist of a review of the
history and contributions of the
Jews in Italy, Spain, Poland.
Germany, France, Hungary, Eng-
land and Russia.
A second course in elementary
conversational Hebrew will be
given by Ben Ruditsky, a mem-
ber of Beth Jacob Religious school
faculty.
A third course in "Song Forms"
by Cantor Maurice Mamches will
present the development of vari-
ous types of Jewish melodies and
will include a song of each type
which will be taught to the
group during the sessions.
A course in the study of the
Talmud is being given daily from
6:15 to 5:45 p. m. A class in
elementary Spanish is now meet-
ing every Tuesday evening at
7:30 under the auspices of the i
Pan-American League, with Mrs.
Pauline Kahn in charge.
A second course of six weeks \
. duration will follow the first eight
weeks session.
Those interested in any of
these courses are invited to reg-
ister and attend, officials of the
, congregation stated.
7-YEAR OLD LAD LEADS
BEACH BOND SELLING
SHOLEM LODGE LADIES
IN REGULAR MEETING
The Young Women of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, held their I
regular meeting Tuesday night j
at the YMH & WA, Miami Beach.
At the meeting, devoted to the
sale of War Bonds, films were
shown through the courtesy of |
the Dade County War Finance
Committee. Ethel Pont, president,
announced that the organization
will sponsor projects to further
the sale of War Bonds during this
drive, including the sponsorship
of hospitals beds for convalescent
servicemen at a cost of $300
each in bond sales.
The organization contributed to '
furnishing of magazines for two |
day rooms in Army Hospitals at,
Miami Beach.
The next meeting will be held .
Tuesday, Dec. 12, at which time
there will be nomination and
election of officers.
COMMITTEE TO MEET
AT MIAMI Y ON DEC. 6
The Annual Nominating Com-
mittee Meeting of the Miami "Y"
will be held at the clubrooms on
Wednesday evening, December 6.
at 8:30 o'clock. Officers to be
nominated are president, vice
president, secretary, treasurer, 3
directors for 3 years and 27 di-
rectors for one year.
Jerome Freehbng, chairman of
the Nominating Committee, will
present a report of his commit-
tee and nominations may be I
made from the floor.
Chaplain Carl Miller will be
the guest speaker and Miss Esther |
Puckoff will render piano selec-1
tions.
FLORIDA IS HONORED
BY POSTAL OFFICIALS
THAU* MAMK
a. pat. rr.
EVERYWHERE
Distributed by
NATIONAL BRANDS
APARTMENTS NEEDED
FOR MEN IN SERVICE
Apartments are urgently need-
ed for soldiers just back from the
battlefronts, assigned to Miami
Beach permanent party person-
nel. The Miami Beach service-
men's housing corporation (non-
profit) will guarantee apartment
owners a year's lease.
Anvone who has an apartment
available for a serviceman who s
seen service should call at Miami
Beach city hall, or phone 5-WHi.
extension 49.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
DONATE TO THE
Blood Bank
The Ned Is Great
No Loss of Time
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RUDY ADLER
5-5319 for Appointment
An 8-year-old boy, Morris
Davidson, son of a Detroit mer-1
chant, and a student of the Lear
School, took the spotlight this
week in the Miami Beach war
bond campaign by the purchase
of a $50,000 bond.
Every student at the Lear
school, 1010 West Ave.. has
pledged himself to the purchase
of a sixth war loan bond, the
private school announced, expect-
ing to reach a goal of $100,000.
M. I. O. C. LADIES GIVE
PLANS FORDEC. PARTY
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
i Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, announce plans are rapid-
ly nearing completion for the an-
nual Chanukah party to be given
Sunday, December 10, at 8 p. m.
The event will be held at the
Miami Y and promises to be an
outstanding one. The traditional
latkes will be served in addition
to the refreshments.
Assisting Mrs. M.Ofsowitz on
Jacksonville"Assurances have
been received from Washington
that the Post Office Department |
will issue a special commemora-
tive stamp in honor of the 100th
anniversary of Florida's admis-
sion into the Union," Harold Co-
lee, executive vice president of
the Florida State Chamber of]
Commerce, said.
TO GET
STARTED TtTMlGHT
The fourth annual Mahi Tem-
ple Shrine Carnival and Fair,
will get under way tonight at
the Miami circus grounds. N. W.
23rd St. at Eighth Ave.
Featuring the nationally-fam-
ous Endy Brothers Shows under
the personal direction of Dave
Endy, president and general man-
ager, this year's Shrine Carnival
and Fair will be the most ex-
tensive in history according to>
Milo Coffrin, Mahi Temple
potentate. With the big midway
all arranged and set since Mon-
day, it will offer 30 different
rides and shows along its lengthy
glamorous row.
Headliners of the presentations
which will go each night and
include Saturday and Sunday
afternoon matinees, will be*
Emanual Zacchini, the human
cannonball who is shot over the-
235-foot twin ferris wheels: the
beautiful Zdenka Malikova.
Czech marvel of the high wire;
Miss Bernice, the queen- of the
air on her 135-foot swaying pole-
with her breath-taking "Slide for
Life" act, and Sonny Boy Camp-
bell, king of all high divers into
a tank of flames.
Under the supervision of as-
sistant chairman and Shrine work,
director, Harry Ebright, a num-
ber of special nights and mati-
nees are being arranged for Met-
ropolitan Miami school children
as well as service folks in the-
area, especially members now in
this area's Redistribution cen-
ters.
The profits of the extensive*
carnival which will continue
through Dec. 17, will go as be-
fore, to the Shrine's crippled
children and hospital funds.
N. C. I. W. TO HEAR
MRS. RAMONA BARTH
the camp were cremated. The,
four Dutch visitors were takin
to Birkenau accompanied by UN ,
camp leader. Aumayer. and were
there shot from behind. A tele-
gram was sent to Holland report-
ing that the four men had been
victims of "an unfortunate auto-
mobile accident.' ,_,-1
Atrocities in the "infirmary
of Auschwitz included the killing ; arrangements com-
MWK SarWWto 9$ Ktee are: ladies in charge of
percent of the Jews "hospital-
ized" there.
Home Cooked Kosher Meal.
kop'el's
29 N. E. Hth Street. Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
Board. Special attention to
private parties.
GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S
George Washington Hotel
516 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Announce the opening of their
STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 1st
PHONE 5*017
eket sales, MrsT I. Buckstein.
Mrs E. Moss. Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs.
H Feldan. Mrs. M. Blank; host-
esses to serve at the cake booths.
Mrs. Lou H. Zissen, Mrs. P. Send-
off Mrs. D. Kleber, Mrs. P. Red-
man Mrs. Herman Pearl and
Mrs. P. Rappaport. .
Proceeds of- this affair will go
towards the Talmud Torah fund.
Tickets may be obtained from
the various ladies on the ticket
committee or at the door.
annuSTmeeting of
beth david on dec. 10
The annual dinner and meeting
for the election of officers and
SJeCton of Beth David Congre-
oition for members and their
S'es will be held Sunday De-
Member 10. A buffet dinner from
fit" 8 p. m. will be followed by
: mc meeting in the synagogue.
LT SINGER VISITING IN
CITY WITHJARENTS
Lt Lawrence E. Singer is
spending a two weeks leave with
his parents Mr. and Mr, Wil
ham D. Singer. 1822 S. W. lain
1 AViCt Singer received his commis-
'on Saturday at a graduation
held by the Ordnance Depart-
ment Arberdcen. Md. His parents
S2J-present at the ceremony.
Wt Singe? will return to the
Ordnance Dept.. Arberdeen. Md..
following his stay here.
CHANUKAH CONCERT
TO BE GIVEN ON DEC. 10
The first annual Chanukah
Concert, a gala affair, sponsored
by the Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob will take place
Sunday night, December 10 at
the Miami Beach High School
at 8 o'clock.
To be presented in two parts,
the first half of the concert feat-
uring six artists, has been pre-
pared by Dr. Arturo di Filippi.
The second half will be presented
by the Lenore School of Dramat-
ics.
Presented on the first night of
Chanukah opening the eight day
celebration of the spirit of in-
domitable Maccabean faith, a
tableau will be presented show-
ing the triumph of right over
might, with the synagogue as a
symbol of the deathlessness of
faith and the freedom of re-
ligion. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is ticket
chairman and assisting on her
committee are Mrs. Anne Berow.
Mrs. Lillian G. Mills, Mrs. Fntzi
Tannen, Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs. Sam-
uel G. Grundwerg. Tickets may
be secured at the Beth Jacob
office. 311 Washington Ave. or
by calling any of the above com-
mittee.
The Forum sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Miami Section, will be held
Friday, December 1, 1:45 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. Simon
Gerber, 450 W. Di Lido Drive.
Miami Beach. Ramona Sawyer
Barth will speak on "China Looks
Forward" by Sun K'O. Refresh-
! ments will be served.
The monthly meeting will be-
held Wednesday, December 6. at.
. 2 p. m. at the YM & WHA. I
\ Lincoln Road, Miami Beach-
' Principal speaker will be Rabbi
Albert Michels of the Hillel
, Foundation.
Members and friends arc urged-
I to attend the Forum and monthly
meeting.
U. OF~M. ORCHESTRA
IN SECOND CONCERT
---------
The University of Miami Sym-
' phony Orchestra, conducted by
! Modeste Alloo, will give its
i second subscription: concert next
I Sunday afternoon at 4:30, at
1 Miami Senior High School. 240O
i West Flagler St.
The Annual Chanakuah Card
and Latke Party of Beth David
! Sisterhood will be held Sunday
| evening, December 17 at 8 p. m.
in the Beth David auditorium.
\ under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Louis Hartz. Tickets may be ob-
Buy War Stamps and Bond* j tained at the synagogue office.
SUSIE MICHAEL AND MAURICE FRIEDMAN
nationally famous artists, who will present a cultural program
sponsored by the two "Ys" of this area on Sunday evening,
December 3, at the Miami Beach Senior High School.


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VOLUME 17 NUMBER 48
SAY DEMOCRACIES
FAILED TO SAVE
JEWS IHUROPE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
DR. CHAIM WEIZMAN
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, world Zionist leader and President
of the Jewish Agency, is three score and ten and Jews the
world over appropriately take note of his birthday.
In this Jew, born in Russia, the Zionist cause has a states-
man who measures up to the stature of any statesmen of the
great nations of the world. His outstanding integrity in this
respect in itself constitutes an argument for the cause he ad-
vocates. For the world may well askif Jews can produce so
fine a type of statesman, why may they not produce an egually
fine state if they are given the opportunity?
Weizmann is a man of many facetsa man of eminence
in two worlds, perhaps it might be saidin two international
worlds. For the world of science in which Weizmann also stands
at the top is an international world, and alas, whether we like
it or not, the cause of the Jew too involves an international
world.
"What reward do you want?" Lloyd George asked Weiz-
mann in the first World War, Weizmann had made a scientific
contribution of outstanding equality to the war effort.
"I want nothing for myselfbut something for my people,"
replied Weizmann.
Weizmann came to the Zionist cause at the time of Theo-
dore Herzl. Whereas Herzl had come to the Zionist movement
from the periphery of the assimilationist Jews. Weizmann came
from the Russian Jews. Some differences between their points
of view were inevitable. Herzl saw the Zionist movement more
as a diplomatic activity. He stressed the negotiations with
longs and rulers. Weizmann at the time stressed more the note
of popular Jewish participation in Zionist activity. But in es-
sence there was no fundamental difference. Today, we see
Weizmann assuming more of the role that Herzl advocated.
Weizmann is our foremost Jewish diplomat.
The life of Chaim Weizmann has been a full oneand
at three score and ten. one has a right to look forward to re-
laxation, but at no time has the burden been so heavy upon
Weizmann, for at no time was the Jewish burden greater.
The burden of his people has been heavy on Weizmann,
and the private burdens that he has had to sustainin the loss
of his cherished son, a flyer, with the R.A.F. who had shown
something of the same scientific brilliance as his fatherhave
weighed him down.
Today, Chaim Weizmann is the Moses seeking to lead the
Jews out of the Egypts of bondage and extermination. Ours is
the duty of holding up his hands!
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did the full delegation from
Palestine. The largest European
delegation is that from England,
which is composed of eight per-
sons. The absence of a Jewish
delegation from Russia was pub-
licly regretted by Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, president of the World
Jewish Congress, in his opening
address.
In a moving speech, Dr. Wise
pointed out that this internation-
al gathering of Jewish represent-
atives is not a relief conference,
but was convened for the purpose
of planning freedom and security
for Jews throughout the world,
and the re-enfranchisement of
Jews in former German-controll-
ed countries.
Dr. Nahuni Goldmann, chair-
man of the administrative com-
mittee of the World Jewish Con-
gress, addressing the conference,
emphasized that countries which
had millions of Jews before the
war are now left with but a few
hundred thousand. The real moral
responsibility for the Jewish
tragedy, he said, lies with our
whole generation. The demo-
cracies, he asserted, cannot say
that they were not warned, be-
cause since 1933 they were
warned again and again by lead-
ers of the Jewish people either
to stop Hitler's persecution of
Jews or, at least, to enable them
to get out while there was still
time.
Outlining a program of Jewish
demands to the Allied nations, i
Dr. Goldmann urged:
Jewish rights be restored where
they had been abrogated and
Jewish property should be re-
stored as far as is possible.
Jews be given international
help at least as much as all the
other European peoples.
The punishment of criminals
who have committed crimes
against Jews.
The establishment of a Jewish
Commonwealth in Palestine.
Jewish representation in the
councils of the peoples of the
world.
Pointing out that the World
Jewish Congress is working in
close cooperation with Jewish
bodies of various countries in
Europe, Dr. Goldmann referred
to the necessity for reestablish-
ing and strengthening the ties
between the Jews of Soviet Rus-
sia and world Jewry,
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Muctfy Confidential
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
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REGISTRANTS ABOVE 29
ELIGIBLE FOR DRAFT
"Registrants above age 29 who
have not reached their 38th birth
date are still liable for induc-
tion," said Brig. General Vivian
Collins, State Director of Selec-
tive Service, in a news confer-
enee today, "altho many people
seem under the impression that
this group of registrants need no
longer furnish information to the
Local Board.'*
"Many registrants, age 30 and
over, are now in Class 1-A and
must be ordered for induction."
said General Collins, "because
they or their employer have
failed t<> furnish the Local Board
with current information regard-
ing their work. Written informa-
tion must be placTd in the regis-
trant's file showing that he is
actively engaged in some work
that makes a contribution to the
welfare of the community or na-
tion in order that the local board
may consider placing the regis-
trant in a deferred class."
General Collins stated that the
present policy of occupational de-
ferment for registrants age 30
and over is very liberal, and
local boards are making a stren-
uous effort to obtain current in-
formation on these registrants in
order that cases warranting de-
ferment may be placed in a de-
ferred classification. Without the
necessary information the Locai
Hoard has no choice except to
order any of these registrants
now classified in 1-A for induc-
tion.
"Registrants in this group now
classified in Class 1-A should im-
mediately contact their local
boards and furnish current in-
formation as to their occupational
status if this is required." said
General Collins in closing the
conference.
A good buy is a War Bond. Buy
now and you will be paid later
$4.00 for every $3.00.
YOU SHOULD KNOW ...
We are reliably informed that the Moyne murder U Ro-
used by the British Colonial Office, with Winston Church?
sanction, as a justification for freezing Zionist demands f
commonwealth ... A number of Christian friends of T \
are preparing a blast against the British Prime Minister toSH
him to task for exaggerating the political significance of ft!
Moyne assassination One of America's most brilli *
juristsa non-Jewhas been asked to study the Moyne
with a view to help the defense The press didn't give much
space to the news, but we think it's quite important to kno
that Marshal Tito abolished all the anti-Jewish laws in Bel
grade exactly six hours after he had entered the city
Thanks to a Reuter's correspondent named John Evans, a violin
concerto written by a victim of the Lublin concentration camp
Maidaneck has been saved for posterity, we hear Fv
found the manuscript among the miscellaneous relics the Nans
preserved of their victims ... He forwarded the concerto, com-
posed by a young man named Ernst J. Weil, to the OWI and
Joseph Szigeti may give it its first public performance
LISTEN HERE .
Few men keep their ears aa close to the ground as Walter
Winchell. Walter senses the slightest rumble emanating from
subterranean subversive headquarters here The other day
he told us that anti-Semitism had received a shot in the arm
from the political hooligan groups that fought Roosevelt in the
recent campaign Now more than ever vigilance and counter-
attack are needed, Walter warns Keep in mind, too, that
the KKK is not disbanding in the South Several of its most
potent political groups are mobilizing for total war on labor
or, to be exact, on the AFL unions in their territory ... A hope-
ful note reaches us from Detroit, however Out of the
850,000 votes cast in that city on November 7th, Gerald L K.
Smith's America First party polled exactly 625 The voters
of Detroit, it seems, preferred not to clear it with Gerald
But as for the printer who puts out Smith's "The Cross and the
Flag"he must feel like a rat For he is one of the people
whom the Reverend Smith wants to sterilize .
INTERIM REPORT ...
Frederick Heath, who attacked Rabbi S. Steinberg on a
railroad train en route to Stamford, Conn., has been sentenced
to six months in jail and a $100 tine ... To us the sentence
seems rather mild That case of the Jew who two policemen
beat up in Philadelphia, of which we told you last week, is the
case of Mr. Anmuth. and the Jewish judge who fined the victim
of the attack is Magistrate Forestein .
READER'S GUIDE .
Readers' Scope magazine is preparing a monthly feature
that will rocket it into the position of the land's most-quoted
magazine We can't tell you more today except that the ini-
tials of the authors of this feature are J. R. C, A. E. K. and
H. H. To those who send in to us before December 7th the
correct names fitting these initialsall three of themwe shall
send, as a gift an autographed copy of Pierre van Paassen's
"The Forgotten Ally" Congratulations to The Jewish
Spectator on entering its tenth year of publication ... Its
editor, Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, has managed to issue an in-
telligent magazine month after month for nine years That's
no mean achievement ... In the August 25th issue of Yank
Pvt. Saul Israel of eur fighting force lists fourteen points as
guide-posts as to what to do with Germany We're here to
tell you that Private Israel's fourteen points make Mr. Morgen-
thau's plan look like a blueprint for a picnic ... If you know
Hebrew, don't miss the 1944 issue of "the Hebrew Physician"
... It is decficated to the memory of Saul Tchemichovsky, the
late Hebrew poet, who, as you may not have known, was a
physician on the side ... If as a conscientious Hanukah-ob-
server (and we hope you are) you tend to grow a little worried
when the youngsters come home from school reciting the
traditional poem 'Twos the Night before Christmans," be
consoled by the knowledge that the author of those verses,
Clement Clarke Moore, published the first Hebrew lexicon
ever issued in these United States That was back in 1809-
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Dr. Ruth Gruber, Department of the Interior field represent-
ative who was in charge of bringing those 982 refugees to
Oswego, N. Y., has the distinction of having received her Ph-D-
at the earliest age on record She was only twenty when
she earned her degree Have you heard the new Army
song "Sad Sack Stomp?" ... It was written by Lt. Robert
Leibowitz, whose father is Brooklyn's Judge Samuel LeibowiB
Co-author of "The Desert Battalion," a new book centering
about General Patton, is Mrs. Edward G. Robinson, wile of trie
screen star Watch out, about a dozen years from now, for a
new radio singer named Patricia Lou Mizzy She's the new-
born daughter of songstress Mary Small and song writer vi
Mizzy, and if she follows in her mama's footsteps it won t taJt
her much more than a decade to make her musical debut.
ANECODOTE .,.
From the new magazine Pageant we cull this little story
concerning the Czechaslovakian statesman Eduard Benes
When his country still was free some Nazi representatives caueo
on him with the demand that he place restrictions on Je
. To which Benes replied: "Why. the Jews are the oruy
Czechoslovaks we have ... All the others are either w*w-
or Slovaks."


rgjDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1944
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BACK THE 6th WAR LOAN
... Help Defeat Japan!
Rfmember the gaping holds of
. ships sunk without warning at
Tcarl Harbor? Remember, too, the
men killed during the infamous
sneak attack? This is the fight that
Japan started the fight tha' t're
Jut to finish!
Don't fool yourselfthe Japs are
tough. It will take long, bitter, cosily
fighting to blast them out. It will
taxe new and specialized equipment.
B-29 Superfortresses .. amphibious
tanks airplane carriers P-47
Thunderbolts and new secret weap-
ons. And a veritable Niagara of oi'
and fcasolinel
Your War Bonds helped train and
feed and equip the American armies
that smashed through at St. Lo ..
Nancy .. Sedan. Yes ... your War
Bonds arc helping to win the Battle
of Europe. But now how about the
Battle of Japan?
The job is big-so dlgl
It costs billions of dollars a month
to fight the Battle of Japan. The
money must come from every patri-
otic American. It's an investment in
America-your future. That"s why
you are asked once again-in this
great battle for final Victory-to buy
your extra $100 Bond today.
And here are 6 more reason*
for buying of least an extra
$100 WAR BOND in the 6th!
1. war Bonds are the best, the safest
investment in the world!
j. War Bonds return you S4 lot every
' S3 at maturity.
3. war Bonds are as convenient as
' cash-and increase in value to boot!
4. War Bonds mean education lot
' your children, security for you.
3. War Bonds help keep down the
cost-of-living.
4. War Bonds will help win the Peace
by increasing postwar purchasing
power.
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360 W. Flagler St.
WILLIAM SINGER
Royal Castle System. Inc. 8 S. W. 2nd Are.
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2201 N. W. 82nd St.
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140 N. E. 2nd Are.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSN.
45 N. E. 1st Ave.
WOLFF & FEUER. REAL ESTATE
CONSULTANTS
41 If. E. 1st Ave.
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
1055 W. Flagler St
HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
70 If. W. 14th St.
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
REAL ESTATE
Lincoln Road Miami Beach
GULF DRUG SALES CO.
18 N. W. 7th St.
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Ave~ Miami
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th Street. Miami
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES
Miami Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON. REALTOR
"Trustworthy Service"
Lincoln Road Miami Beach
DAVID BROWN
Pershing Hotel Miami
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Optometrist Burdine's Miami
PUBLIC SERVICE STORES
337 N. Miami Are. Miami
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777
SAM B. MILLER
919 S. W. 4th St Miami
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Chiropodist Physician
1138 W. Flagler St. Miami
GREEN BROS.. BROKERS
55 N. E. 24th St Miami
JEAN'S CANDY CO.
212 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
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500 W. Flagler St Miami
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RESTAURANT
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TODAY, DECEMBER i laj|
WEST FLAGLER IS
READY FOR THIRD
WEEK ff RACING
Ready for the third major
weekend of greyhound racing
for the history-making season
now underway at the West Flak-
ier Kennel club, patrons will view
the track leaders to date in to-
night and tomorrow night's pro-
grams. ,
Under the personal supervision
of Jacob Sher, president, and
William L. Huntley, vice presi-
dent and general manager, the
popular West Flagler track has
erased all state records for at-
tendance and mutuel play during
the initial 14 nights, the attend-
ance being over 5,200 nightly and
the mutuel over the $155,000
nightly average. With the annual
big Christmas holiday and Orange
Bowl period just ahead followed
by the presentation of West
Flagler nationally-known $1,000
Nursery Stakes, the $2,000 West
Flagler Futurity and $2,000 West
Flagler Derby on the Feb. 191
closing night, even higher marks
and more records appear assured.
A sidelight factor of high im-
portance at West Flagler is the
large nightly sale of War Bonds.
With the management giving a
$50 War Bond free each night
to the patron buying the largest
amount of War Bonds at the
track booth before 10 p. m.. the
nightly sales are running into
thousands with it being assured
the meeting's sales will near the
$500,000 mark.
The nightly 10-race cards start
at 8 with the daily double on
the first and third races. Quin-
ielas are offered on every race
with the nightly feature being
the eighth and the hurdle head-
liner, the final tenth that goes
to the post at 11:40 p. m.
WEIZMANN HAILED AS
HERO BY MANY PEOPLE
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, renowned
scientist whose discoveries in the
field of Chemistry have helped
the Allies in the winning of
World War I and whose formuja
for the production of synthetic
rubber has been "mightily help-
ful" in the present world con-
flict, president of the World
Zionist Organization and of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, was
hailed as a world figure to whom
"tens of millions of people owe
a great debt of gratitude" in
messages forwarded to him on
the occasion of his 70th birthday
which he attained Monday.
The messages were transmitted
to Dr. Weizmann who is now in
Jerusalem where he arrived by
plane from London on November
16 in connection with recent pol-
itical developments in the Mid-
dle East, and were made public
by a National Committee for the
Observance of Dr. Weizmann's
Birthday. Hon. Felix Frankfurter.
Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of the United States, is
honorary chairman, Edmund 1.
Kaufman of Washington. D. C,
former president of the Zionist I
Organization of America and |
Samuel Zemurray of New Or-
leans, La., are associate chairman i
of the Committee which is spon-
soring the observance of the
event.
OPENS TODAY TOR
'5
New York (JTA)Lt. Frances
Slanger, a Jewish nurse from
Boston, has been killed in Bel-
gium, the first American Army
nurse on the Western Front to
die from enemy action, it is re-
ported in a dispatch from the
front.
Lt. Slanger, who landed in
France on D Day plus 4. had
seen continuous action since
then. She was fatally wounded
when a German shell landed
near the tent in which she was
quartered and a shell fragment
pierced her body.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
You can't qui* now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
Mora Bonds!
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Coffee 5c
Two Vegetables. Bread and
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You owe this duty to your
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country
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A Complete Detective Service offering the utmost in delin-
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Offices to be maintained in the Postal Building
For further Information call 3-3145 or 3-5389
Hallandale. Fla. Gulfstream
Park, Florida's new and magni-
ficent race course, tilts the lid
on Miami's 1944-45 tutf season
next Friday afternoon at 1:15
o'clock. For the ensuing 20 rac-
ing days through Saturday. De-
cember 23. America's finest
thoroughbreds will thunder to
gold and glory over Gulfstream s
perfect running strip in quest of
nearly $200,000 in purse money
hung up in Racing Secretary Em-
mett Hileman's condition book.
Action will later shift to Tropical
Park for another 20 days of
sport, thence to Hialeah Park for
40 days action, back to Tropical
for an additional 20 days, and
finally again to Gulfstream for
a March 28-April 19 session
which will bring to a close Flor-
ida's greatest racing year.
Gulfstream Park is ready! For
months, ever since the green light
was flashed by the Florida State
Racing Commission, President
James Donn. Stefan Zachar and
their associates have been bring-
ing the handsome Hallandale
course to its present peak of per-
fection. In a summer tour of
major racing centers the stori'
of Gulfstream was bruited far
and wide, and the results are
instantly apparent in the high
calibre of thoroughbreds stabled
on the local grounds.
America's top jockeys are here
to ride them, all the way from
Ted Atkinson, Bobby Permane
and Eddie Arcaro down through
the lists to the merest maiden ap-
prentice. The course itself is a
picturecard panorama, from the
skyline of Royal Palms behind
the outdoor walking ring and
Daddock to the Carolina pines
which border the back-stretch.
Eight races daily will be pro-
grammed, under a minimum
purse distribution of $1,000. and
features ranging to $2500. First
of these more important events
will be the $2500 Inaugural
Handicap on opening day. a race
which has already attracted many
of the top sprinters in training.
Post-time daily has been set for
1:15 p. m., the final race going
postwards no later than 5 o'clock.
The sport .itself is in capable
hands, with Harold Clark as di-
rector of racing. William A.
Hamilton and S. L. James are
flanked in the stewards' stand by
A. J. Clearv, representing the
State of Florida: Roy W. Dicker-
son will serve as starter. Emmett
Hileman as rating secretary and
William J Jubb in charge of the
mutuels department. All are men
with a wide background of turf
experience, insuring one of the
best meets in Florida racing his-
tory.
WRIGHT IS NAMED AS
DADE CO-ORDINATOR
Chester M. Wright was named
campaign coordinator, and plans
for the formation of the Dade
County Safety Council on a per-
manent basis were made at a
meeting Friday afternoon in the
offices of County Commission
Chairman Preston B. Bird.
Bird and School Superintendent
James T. Wilson, co-chairman of
the Council's promotional com-
mittee, called the meeting to
work out a program with the
cooperation of the local news-
papers and radio stations for re-
ducing the county's accident toll,
which is costing the area some
$6,000,000 annually.
Wright, who is executive di-
rector of the Medical Division,
Dade County Defense Council,
will supervise the organizational
work on the Safety Council and
draw upon the facilities of the
Medical Division for assistance.
"With the terrible prospect of
197 deaths and 650 permanent
disabilities during the coming
year, the accident problem be-
comes a personal one to every |
individual and organization in
the county," Bird said in discuss-
ing the need for a permanent
safety program.
RECEIVE TICB
IIS
GENET MOVES OFFICES
Martin Genet announces the
removal of his law offices to
311 Lincoln Road, Suite 306. Mi-
ami Beach.
MIAMI CHAPTER WILL
HOLD BOARD MEETING
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children
at Denver will hold a board meet-
ing at 12 noon Tuesday, Decem-
ber 5 at the YM & WHA. A reg-
ular meeting will follow at 1:30.
Keep on buying War Bond*.
One thousand six hun^, j
JhCke^f \ere Panted wSft
the Merchants Committee^! Z
Miami Beach Servicemen's H
Pitahty Committee to the (W
army commands at Miami Bearh
for distribution among he re
turning servicemen and penn'
ent party personnel. ptnnan-
*D.l- ^orri? Goodman. chairman
of the Merchants Committee an
nounced that the tickets will en-
able the servicemen to be 3
rnitted without charge at any of
the theatres on Miami Beach TV
soldiers may obtain these tickets
from the office of Special Service
of the Army Ground and Service
Forces Redistribution Station
o? ^}r ?ori)S distribution
Station No. 2. Convalescent Hos-
pital Unit and the Miami Beach
Service Base.
The providing of free movie
tickets each month is part of the
program of the merchants in sud-
plementing the recreational and
entertainment activities made
available by the army for the
servicemen from the world's far
flung battle fronts who are being
returned to Miami Beach for re-
processing .
LAUDERDALE SERVICES I
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale, will continue his series of
talks on the subject, "Ask the
Rabbi" at services Friday eve-|
ning at 8 o'clock at the Temple, j
1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
5cE- YOU,
COLuns
*tTWnTit;ii<
Delightful Cuisine In An
Atmosphere of Distinction
Charcoal Broiled Steaks, Prime Ribs of Bwi
and Chicken in the Pot
Our Daily Special
DINNER SERVED FROM 5 TO 10 P. M.
Open 7 A. M. to 2 A. M. Air Conditioned
THRIFT SHOP IS OPEN
EXCEPT ONJ5ATURDAY
The B'nai B'rith Thrift Shop,
located at 167 N. W. 5th St.. is
now open daily except Saturday
and Sunday from 9:30 to 5.
Donations of clothing and house,
hold articles are urgently needed.
Persons desiring to contribute
are asked to bring their dona-
tions to the shop or to contact
Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein at
5-1974.
TO OBSERVE CHANUKA
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 10
Sunday. December 10, 1944. at
10 a. m., at the Cameo Theater,
Miami Beach, a Community Sun-
day School and Hebrew School
Assembly will be held in observ-
ance of Chanukkah. Beth David.
Beth Sholom, Temple Israel, the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, and
the Bureau of Jewish Education '
are sponsoring this community-
wide affair.
An interesting program has
been arranged. The program will
consist of: Choir Selections by
the choirs of Beth Sholom. Beth
David, and the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center; a Chanukkah Play
by the children of Temple Israei;
a movie'Sons of Liberty." de-
picting the life of Hyam Solo-
man; a cartoon; a short talk by
Rahbi Jacob H. Kaplan; and
refreshments by courtesy of Sis-
terhoods of sponsoring schools.
Tickets for the affair are avail-
able at the above mentioned con-
gregations and at the Bureau of
Jewish Education, 318 Congr-ess
Building, Miami. Admission is
free.
Buy War Bonds Today


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1944
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PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
Cdet-Midshipman Edwin
rnbla*t. son of Mrs. Ida
SSatt H37 Meridian Ave..
STS? graduated from the U.
merchant marine academy in
Kills Point. N. Y. He received a
ESb as third officer in the
Srtant marine with the rank
ySisiisn to the US. maritime
Ivice He is a graduate of Mi-
^[Senior high school and New
York university. He was appoint-
I? to the United States Merchant
Marine Cadet Corps 20 months
Iw receiving his basic training
* Pass Christian. Miss.
urwq Goldman, whose wife
JjVon live at 1500 S. W. 16th
Ave, has been promoted to ser-
geant and awarded a bronze bat-
tle star for combat service in
France.
Ttct>. Sgt. Charles A. Jamison.
son of Mrs. Rose B. Jamison, Mi-
ami Beach, completed 30 mis-
sions as a flight engineer received
the Distinguished Flying Cross
and the Air Medal with three
clusters.
Prt Joseph Maltsman. 520 S.
W 27th Road, has enrolled in
the AAFTC radio mechanics
school at Madison. Wis.
Prt Marvin I. Goldman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Gold-
man, 2265 S. W. 17th Ter.. has
been graduated from the para-
chute rigging and packing school
at Fort Benning. Ga.
Pfc. William S. Rabinowitx. Mi-
ami, is in England. His father,
Sam Rabinowitz, lives here.
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami It. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
KILLED IN ACTION
LT. MARKIN J. RASKIN 27.
Oi Miami Beach. Fla. On
Saipan, after participating in
the invasion of the Marshalls.
PUWSJADE FORM. B.
CROWDED CONDITIONS
In view of the over-crowded
conditions on the Beach and in
Miami over weekends, plans have
been proposed to the Miami Serv-
ice League, Miami Beach Service
League and the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center,
Senior Hostess Group, to provide
overnight accommodations for
servicemen from out of town mil-
itary installations. Committees
organized for this special pur-
pose have already undertaken the
project with the very immediate
results in having eighteen volun-
teered homes set aside for Serv-
icemen's Hospitality.
From the experiences of last
year, as pointed out by the Hos-
pitality Committee of the Great-
er Miami Army and Navy Com-
mittee of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, it is expected
that at least 100 homes will be
needed to accommodate out of
town servicemen over weekends.
This problem was discussed re-
cently at a meeting of the USO
Staff Conference, of which the
local National Jewish Welfare
Board is a member agency.
Within a month, twenty-four
cots will be placed in the Miami
Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln
Road, in a cooperative venture.
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will provide a brunch on Sunday
mornings to the boys who will
be accommodated overnight. The
beds and all other sleeping sup-
plies, such as linens, pillows,
blankets, will be supplied by the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
and the Miami Beach YM &
WHA has turned over its facili-
ties for this project.
An all out effort on the part
of local Jewish Organizations to
help immeasurably in providing
one of the most gratifying serv-
ices to members of the Armed
Forces is asked by the local com-
mittee. Organizations interested
in serving the servicemen, are
urged to contact the local Di-
rector of the National Jewish
Welfare Board at his office in
the Miami YM & YWHA. 1567
S. W. 5th St., phone 9-1323.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Monday:
Discussion Group. 8 p. m.. Miami
fUS* YM YHA- Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Tuesday:
Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m.. Miami Bnach
Jewish Community Ccntnr. 141C Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew, 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group.
"The Recnstructionlat Movement,"
9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA,
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Poinclana Hotel. 1556 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beech Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky,
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field:
JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresmenta
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM & 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.
Member of English Army Writes
Interesting Letter to Mother Here
Two Miami brothers, Capt.
Maurice S. Weintraub and Corp.
Roland C. Weintraub. has a sur-
prise reunion in Franch which
they described to their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Weintraub,
765 50th St.. Miami Beach, in a
recent letter.
Both boys were born in Miami.
were graduated from Miami Edi-
son and attended the University
of Florida prior to service. Mau-
rice saw service in England and
Holland and now France. Both
went overseas in June. Mrs. Mau-
rice Weintraub and daughter,
Bethany, are living with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe,
1820 S. W. 14th Ave.
Ffll Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Name________
Home Addres3
Serial No-
Birth Date_____
Sir oat
__B*4hplace-
City
State
Civilian Occupation-
Date Entry
U Service___________
City State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service___________-___
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship_________Address.
Information Transmitted by
Telephone number___________.
Date
.Discharged
_..Rank or Rating-
CpL Lou Rotfort is spending
his furlough with his sister and
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs
Jerry Phillips. 2951 S. W. 1st
Ave. Cpl. Rotfort will return to
Maiden, Mis., where he has been
stationed.
CAPT. CAPLAND GIVEN
THE BRONZE STAR
Capt. Lewis Capland, with the
Medical Corps in Italy, was
awarded the Bronze Star lor
meritious service in combat on
May 17, 1944. He has been over-
seas fourteen months and was
with one of the first detachments
to enter Rome.
Capt. Capland graduated from
Miami High School and received
his medical training at John
Hopkins and Rush Medical
School. Prior to entering the
iSvfce in May. 1942. he was a
practicing dermatologist in Mi-
ami. ___________
Mrs. Rose Temple. 1759 S. W.
21st St., received the following
letter from her son Shulom, a
member of the English Army. Its
interesting observations speak for
themselves:
Dear Mother:
It is more than a month since
I wrote to you, but the work is
so pressing and spare time is
little. The time files past and one
doesn't even remember which
day of the week it is.
I have been in Belgium several
weeks now, but the story of the
past 3Vfc months since we landed
on the French beaches is a long
and varied one. I can tell you
only a small part of it here. We
have crossed the entire breadth
of France, through Caen, Falaise.
Laigle, Arras, and many other
places which have figured in the
war news. There has been de-
struction and tragedy (far worse
than anything in the last war),
towns and fields devastated by
bombs and shells, roads littered
with dead men and animals and
burned-out tanks and vehicles. It
has been a terrific experience,
but not entirely without its light-
er side, because we beat humour
out of even our worst ordeals and
morale has been high all the
time.
I have spoken to German pri-
soners several times. The first
batch were some we took three
days after the massacre of the
Caen-Falaise gapthe Swines
were shattered there, and didn't
stop running until they reached
the Dutch and their own frontiers,
all the time shot up and battered
by our airforce. But I have no
pity for any of the Huns. I have
witnessed the result of their devil-
ish persecution and have heard
the tales of utter tragedy that
are so terribly heartbreaking
even after the Germans are
thrown out.
The reception in Normandy was
I very cool, but as we reached
eastern France we were more
warmly received. However, when
we entered Belgium the people
went mad with joy. They lined
the roads all the way from the
frontier and into the towns. They
kissed us, Pulled us tc Pieces. athei,s tablei l reCaptured the
| tore the regimental badges from : oldtime atm0sphere of our own
our sleeves, and gave> us heaps h ,d
Of choice fruit. AndI throughout h ed ith ^ and ride
! all the time we have been here if he couId nav witnessed
wherever we go, they fete and .. *
hero-worship usand the carni-1 *"" ... .. .
val still goes on. I .^nt the two days there and
I visited Brussels many times I again on Yom Kippur, no Yom
and enjoyed the brilliant lights, I Jov could have been more satis-
music, cafes and (-)the first [ *ynj. J carry a small stock of
bright spot we've had since com-; comforts and was able to give
ing into this mess. It seems fit- these people many things they
ting that, after being driven out. badly needed. Thank God for
of Antwerp in 1914 by the Ger-1 everything.
mans, I should find myself doing As for myself, despite the cold,
my modest share in throwing out | damp, and mud, I am quite well
them out of Belgium in 1944. In and happy. As you know, I will
30 years I have forgotten most | not eat anything that is not
of my Flemish, but with what I Kosher, so I'm not doing very
remember and some French and [ well on food right now, but I
German, I am getting along very shall survive this alsoI have a
great fund of strength and energy
and do not lose any weight. I
believe the war will end soon
and then it just depends on how
and the sweet smile of the beaut-
iful little children, have repaid
me amply for all the hardship
and discomfort. I refuse to con-
sider that I have ever been in
any danger, for I have faith that
I SHALL return safe and sound
when this mess endsdon't ever
doubt that.
After the service, the people
fought each other for the chance
of having us home and it was
hard to decide which invitations
to accept. I finally fixed upon a
young man of 25 years whose
spirit and quiet manner impressed
me, and went home with him.
As I crossed the threshold, his
mother, a week frail woman (it
might have been you. Mother)
fell upon my neck, kissing me
and weeping. "Deliverer, where
have you been these four years.
Why did you not come before?"
I patted her face and quieted
her and she told me how she
had waited 14 years for her first
child (she has only two sons)
Benjamin, and 2% years ago the
Huns dragged him away and no
news has been received of him
since. The younger son was an
active member of the "white"
underground army during the
German occupation.
At present they cannot write
abroad, but when postal facilities
are restored, this sad mother will
write to you. I have left your ad-
dress. There was another family
there who have been living with
them throughout the humiliating
period of occupation. Those that
remain alive have been in hiding,
often unable to leave the room
they were in for more than two
years. The second family have
six daughters. Some of them are
married, and two of the daugh-
ters were there. Later I met one
of the married daughters. Both
families are orthodox and of the
"heimishe" type. How delighted
they all were when I gave them
my best in jokes and catch-
phrases in Yiddishthey decided
I was a "Chusid."
Soon the room rang with
laughter. Tragedy and sadness
were forgotten, and as we sang
the "Zemiras" I learned at my
^.a ThU P^. h. ** A-Tr CH~ M.O. ft-U. T*~,
the Co-Oparation of
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
' 155 E. Flagler St. Ml Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
70 S. E. 1st Street
I. RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
US N. Miami Avenue
u ROTH & HAYS
Manufacturers Agents Langford Diofl-
MONTE SELIG
RESTAURANT
17Q N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E. Flagler Street
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Beach
RUBINSTEIN'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
151 E. Flagler Street Miami
ANN'S IMPORTERS
714 Lincoln Road
early I can get my release.
God bless you always dear, and
keep you safe ane well.
Fondest love and kisses,
Shulom.
well now.
1 The most important thing,
however, happened when I was
in Brussels for Tom Tov and
went to the splendid Dutch
Shool in the Rue de Regence.
There were about 100 of us in
allied uniformBritish, Canadian
and American. The service was
interrupted and the people, our
people, gathered around us gaz-
ing upon us as though we were gAM BLANK IN TRIBUTE
SKfteatfWSftSS TO SERVICEMEN AIDES
We heard the sad histories of ----------
torn families whose loved ones { -i want to pay special tribute
had been carried off either into to the many women who volun-
Germany or to the murder-cham-1 teer their time and energies to
bers of Eastern Europewho r serve the servicemen," Sam
knowsfor they have not been Blank said. Chairman of the
heard from since. Not even the j Greater Miami Army-Navy. Mr.
very old or very young were [ Blank took the occasion of a re-
SDared, nor the sick, nor young. cent meeting of the group to
wives who were pregnant. It is i make the remarks complimenting
a pity that any German should the hostesses at the various serv-
remain alive. icemen's functions in this area.
It was difficult to restrain Hostesses serving at the various
tears; God alone knows how events recently include:
these unfortunate and innocent M|,unl BwM,h 8ervlce Uwu, at
Deople have suffered. 1 COUla oniy Saturday evening dances. 1 Lincoln
reflect that, expect for the grace1 Road, Miami Beach vm 4 wha:
2/La*fclZ fatP would have Mrs. Mark Pavls. Mrs. Sally Monroe,
of God, this fate would nave Mg gajie Q8tpr Mrs Edward Plat.
been OUrS alSO. If ever 1 COUia k|n Mrs Maurice Al|>er. Miss Lucille
haw had anv doubts about my c.oldsmlth. Jeanette Teller, Mrs. Carl
ikTnB nart as a man in this Buseklna. Mrs. em. Shackman
taking P~| lffprine W0rld Miami Service League at Saturday
Struggle to free a s"jfe"n* W* evening dunces, Miami YM & YWHA.
such doubts would nave oeen 15g7 s w Bth st Mr8. jeIinie Levin-
Hienpllprf at SUCh a moment. son. Mrs. I_ll Friedman, Mrs. Mar-
dispellea at sutn d i 'police. Mrs. Sadie Welnberg. Mrs.
YOU Will rememoer "* F. wolntnmb. Mrs. Ann I'astroff.
Mother, what an ardent paciiist Mra g^, pum,.,,,. Mrs. Ann Koven.
I was in the daYS when it seemed Mrs. Mollle Kauffmann. Mrs Hannah
i^ world had become sane and gg ^JSTSS{ KSNaSfe
was seeking lasting peace. ^lJia man Mr8 g^,,, Ste|nberK.
Miami Beach Service league at
JWB Onee Shabbat. Friday evening*
Mrs. Charlotte Dwor-
..-ld Uevy. Mrs. Slvle
Bernstein. Mrs. Gertrude Weschler.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. Harry
Rubin, Mra. O. Lebolt.
Miami Service League at JWB Oner
Shabbat. Boca Raton, Friday evenings
not you and father (G.R.H.S.)
....!. I ^T-irrl war as the lOW- ..' .:'.- r.__.-..^ i\'.,..v,l,.r
though I regard war as the low
est degradation to which man-
kind can sink, I would not have
wanted to miss any part of all ^
I've been through: it has been nter 8e^lcea: Mr8. Bessie Abrahams.
a lifetime in itself. The joy Of MrB. ui Friedman, Mra. MoUle Kauff-
our liberated brothers and sisters, I man.


PAGE EIGHT
+Jewish tkrkitori
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. i944
t
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
Following last week's formal
announcement of the Sixth War
Loan Drive in which the quota
was announced as $2,000,000,
Sam Silver has called your writer
regularly advising of the progress
of the Drive. This column must
be ready for edit on Wednesday
afternoon and therefore when
read the events planned for
Thursday, November 30, will go
unrecorded. Nonetheless, I can
safely predict that on Thursday,
November 30. a B'nai Brith Bond
Rally will be held in front of
Burdine's at which rare pre-war
items will be auctioned. All in-
dications point to this rally being
a huge success. I hope that most
of you were in a position to wit-
ness it. If anything unusual hap-
pens, I will advise you in next
week's column.
Last Sunday evening, the Bond
Committee arranged a radio pro-
gram on Lee Mason's Hour and
through his courtesy. For one-
half hour, members of the Lodge
joined with Miss America (Jean
Bartel), L. Col. Dick Turner (who
shot down 20 German planes and
is here for redistribution) and
Lee Mason. The program was
most interesting and many favor-
able comments have been re-
ceived due to the efforts of the
Lodge. Milton Friedman, Maurice
Cromer. Sam Silver and Mrs.
Dorothy Borenstein participated.
Every effort is being exerted by
your committee to achieve the
52,000,000 goal with which to
S. Smulins & Sons
1348 S. W. 2nd St. Miami
i>axge outside rooms, famous home-
rooked meals, dietary lawn, popular
priiis, beautiful location.
purchase an LCT. Tentative plans
are being made for a huge rally
to be held at Miami Beach, which
plans will be revealed in next
week's column. Special recogni-
tion and thanks are due Brothers
Barney Spector. Maurice Cromer,
Alex Cohen, Josie Goldstrom.
Dorothy Borenstein, Martha Miller
and Jerome Freehling for their
splendid work during this drive.
As Jennifer Jones said: "Let us
buy beyond the one we plan to
buy. This is not too much to ask
for our fighting generation."
Following my prediction of
last week, Brothers Nat Roth and
Louis Van Gilder announced that
the day room project at the
Nautilus Hospital has been com-
pleted and a formal opening is
planned before the first of the
year. Nothing I can say can ex-
press the thanks due to these
men and their committee from
the membership for this lightning-
like project. Slipshod assistance
and dowdy indifference did not
seem the rule. It was a job quick- |
ly undertaken and quickly done,
and I must add a job well done.
The thought comes to mind that
in selling B'nai B'rith to perspec-
tive members, most of us say:
"We did this and we sold that
and we sponsored so and so" and
our ability to make such state-
ments are due only to the efforts
of a few men in our organiza-
tion such as Nat and Louis, who
are willing to make sacrifices to
secure the good will in the com-
munity in which we live.
At our next meeting, the elec-
tion for new officers will take
place and you should be consid-
ering the caliber of the men who
are to lead you in the year to
come.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Oreater
Mi.,ml K ibbinlcal Association are:
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N.
E. 19th St., Miami PVIdaj evening
services at 1:16 o'clock. Dr. Jacob h.
Kaplan officiating, Ills sermon title
Ih Why Reform Jews l><' Nut At-
tend Bervlcea." Reception follows the
services Saturday morning services
at ii o'clock, with Confirmation Class
participating. The Uar Mltsvah cele>
oration of Edward J. Paatroff, son of
Mrs. Ann Paatroff, will be observed
ilurhiK the Saturday morning .services
Reception to follow.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHOPOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave..
! orthodox.Friday evening services at
6 o'clock. Saturday morning at 9
O'clock. Mlneha and Maaiiv starts at
5:30 Bhaarel Zedek, 1545 s. \V. 3rd
Street, Friday evening service at 6
p. m Saturday morning at !< a in
Martin Kaplan win become Bar
Mitzvah He will address the congre-
gation and Rabbi Simon April will
rei>ond. Shallos Seudos at 5:80, He-
brew School daily at p. m Hebrew
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Miami. Late Friday evening services
at I 15, Cantor Abraham Friedman
will officiate. Cuest speaker will be
Rabbi Simon April, whose sermon title
will he "The liefinition of a Jew"
Reception in the auditorium Immedi-
ate!) after services bj Mr and Mrs
Harr) Hackel In honor of their son
Morton's birthday, who is serving in
the Aimed Forces in Belgium Satur-
daj morning services it 1:30 Junior
services at 10:80,
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave..
Conservative, Miami Beach. Kabbaloe
Shabbos at 6:15 p. in. Late PTidaj
evening service at si', p, m. Ilabbi
Irving Lehrman will speak on "The
Inspired Warrior" a ttiubte to Dr,
Cbaim Wetsmann on his Toth blrthdai
Cantor Barkan and i'enter Choir will
chant the services Saturday morning
services at t> s m Rabbi lehrman
win preach on "Am I My Brother's
Keeper"' |n h'Hioi of .1 IV C Sahhath.
Cantor Barkan will chant Mlneha at
":.'i and Shallos Seudos at 6 p. m.
With Mr and Mis William Fischer
an hosts, in honoi of their daughter's
engagement Maarcv to follow Week-
Ij A Z \ Bar Mltsvah Club services
and breakfast at I ,. m. Bunds.)
School al I" a in
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
anei Beach. -Friday evening service
it ; o'clock Baturda} morning adult
services at 7 and : Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will speak on Splendid
Isolation." A minnioiiulre vouth serv-
ice win be held at the Talmud Torah
buii lint at 9:30 a m Junior congrega-
tion sei vi.-cs win be held In the Tal-
mud Torah auditorium al lu a. m.
with a Kid.lush and refreshments
served to all children by the Sister-
hood and donated i>> Mrs. Jack
Wucher, A Young Judes Jamboree
at ,1:3ii in the Talmud Torah Audi-
torium under the leadership of Miss
Itai-htl Boldow All children are In-
vited Shallos S.udos will be held at '
i p m There will be meeting of
the Daughters of Israel at s o'clock
Baturda) night si the synagogue
Parents of all U.IikI"uh School chil-
dren will meet at |f:45 Sunday in the
Talmud Torah auditorium, A minnlon-
aiie service will be held Bunda) al
fl foil..wed b) ;.....mmunal breakfast
All boys between the ages of 13 and
ire c .i.iiaiu Invited
BETH SHOLEM CENTER. Con
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Fii.ia\ evening service at si;, con-
ducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish. The
Rabbi wni preach on "Shall M)
I'hlld Sing i'In 1st mas Songs in
Cantor Louis Hayman will
.ham and l.-a.i community singing
\n Oneg BhabaI win follow the eerv
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hospital on Wednesday evening
at 7:30 p. m.
Guest artist this week will be
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pianist. Those associated with
Miss Melicov regularly include
Lillian Kraff, musical comedy
artist; Charles Farrell, musical
monologuist; Renee Morey,
dramatic soprano; Margo Carman,
ballerina and Bonny Barry, gui-
tarist. Miss Melicov accompanies
for her artists and emcees the
show.
Each week Miss Melicov invites
a visiting artist to "guest" on her
variety show. These musicians
are among the hundred or so
artists of Greater Miami who be-
long to the Dade County Red
Cross volunteer hospital enter-
tainment committee headed by
Beatrice Hunt. Twelve volunteer
Rod Cross units appear regularly
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National Council ,,( Jewish ur
Forums. "wist, Women.
Sunday, Dec. 3:
Beach and Town "V-
Beach High School. 8 m ^i"*".
al Council of Jewish Women ai^"-
dance. Wofford Hotel 7 "''!inner
Monday. Dec. 4t m
Oreater Miami Jewish bvj
Budget Committee Me?.,in;dva,,ion
ation Office, 4 11. m Si b*'
Jewish Center Sistei I- ,?,?' 8cach
Meeting, at the hMMI Mrl 5*"
Kehrman. 1:30 p. m Centrai ,nln5
Elementary School Pure, T ,, t^r
Tuesdsy, Dec. 6:
National Hospital fr Jewish ch,,
dren at Denver, rmuhr ,r'
2: p. m.; Templejsrrae,Unorm,'^f.
ins;. 2 p. m.; American Jewish r2
(tress, book review. Beach "y i
p. m.: Adult Choral ft Slnslnr s
clety sponsored by the I ureau of
with the "Yh" and affiliated eon
gregatlons. Iteach Y". S p m
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Beth Jacob Sisterhood Meethw-
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Kducatlon. Beth David and Tempi,
Israel. Ileth David, s ,, fmp"
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p. in.
Sundsy, Dee. 10:
Beth Jacob Chanukah proa-ram
sponsored by the Blsterhood Mi-
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evening: Beth Sholem sisterhood
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^JwlstrhrMtot

Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1M4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
>9
IKSIDE RUSSIA: We hear that
r^...authorities are now dis-
fiSL the possibility of estab-
Sm a Jewish Republic, but
^Biro-Bidjan ... This does
. m*an that the expansion of
fiStiement in Biro-Bidjan
dll be discontinued It is
ELTthat the Kremlin was con-
JgL setting up a Jewish Re-
Mr in the Volga district, in
SfJcS* from which all the
Ba Germans were deported
Z after the Nazi invasion when
"^established that they were
2, mntact with Nazi Germany
This plan was laid aside.
Uever, for certain reasons
Ich cannot be disclosed at pre-
!rt There was also talk re-
Stlv' about proclaiming the
gea a Jewisn Republic .
BUt for the time being it does
5 look as if the Crimea is de-
iTto be the Jewish Republic
Eh Moscow would like to es-
25i The section of the
rsSR best fitted, both politically
2 geographically for the estab-
Sment of a Jewish Republic
Mid perhaps be Bessarabia .
This territory, now regained from
Rumania, has been the home of
hundreds of thousands of Jews
lor generations both under Czar-
E Russia and under Rumania
At one time. Jewish leaders
a Rumania even suggested that
the friction which existed for the
last twenty-five years between
Russia and Rumania over the
Btssarabian issue could be avoid-
cd if Bessarabia were proclaimed
a Jewish "buffer state" between
Rumania and Russia Ru-
mania and Russia Rumania,
it was argued, could then send
all her unwanted Jews to the
Jewish State in Bessarabia, while
Soviet Russia would have noth-
ng to fear from a Bessarabian
Jewish State since the Jews in
Bessarabia were known to be
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sian missions have been busv
92%2*& ..'* Part
hLr rCCfntly oPenca SoJie
a?Srn.in Iraq.uis ^'Ported to bl
larger than other Allied U.oV
tions there ... And the first sec"
retary of Russia's impressivlleX
tion in Egypt is a Moslem wS
tha0tnlpr1tural11- l- u fUSS
that Russia will be interested in
supporting the Zionist demand
for the establishment of a JS
State m Palestine only if the
British continue to support he
formation of a pan-Arab Fedora
U)n "J lA J,cwish state would
%rLhe be.1efKxial t0 Russia's in-
terests in the Near East since it
could counteract the effects of
a British-controlled Pan-Arab
federation If, however, no
pan-Arab Federation is formed,
then Russia would prefer to
spread its influence gradually
from Iran to Iraq, from Iraq to
Syria from Syria to Palestine
. And in this case Moscow's
policy may be not to take a hand
in the Palestine issue at all
leaving it to Britain and to the
United States Significant is
the fact that for the first time.
Arab groups in Syria last week
addressed an appeal to Stalin ask-
ing him to support the Arab
viewpoint in Palestine.

INSIDE POLAND: The most
dramatic book written on life in
Poland under Nazi occupation is
"The Story of a Secret State" by
Jan Karski. just published by
Houghton Mifflin Co. And
the most dramatic chapters in
the book are the two on Jews
. One chapter deals with the
life of Jews in the Warsaw ghetto
which the writer, a leader of the
polish Underground, witnessed
. The other deals with scenes
in a Jewish "death camp" which
the writer saw with his own eyes
after risking his life to get in-
and-out of such a camp ... A
non-Jew, Karski was sent by the
Polish Underground to England
and the United States to tell the
people in these countries what
was going on in Poland under
the Nazis Before he left
Poland a meeting was arranged
for him with two Jews, formerly
eminent in the Jewish commun-
ity, who were directing the
work of the Jewish underground
movement One was a leader
of the Zionists in Poland and the
other was a leader of the Jewish
Socialist Alliance, the "Bund" ...
The two brought him into the
Warsaw ghetto through a secret
passage to let him see with his
own eyes the round-up of Jews
for deportation, the shadows that
had once been men and women,
the hungry adults and children
in rags and in constant fear, the
disease and death They later
arranged for him to enter a
"Jewish extermination camp"
dressed in the uniform of one
of the Estonian guards who
suiS -his Camp under Gestapo
S? ;*&
8 the n?mW JeWS were tortured
srBS^,WE
a m;,' Th,s factual account is
whiH, lu'!npress,ve document
which will be quoted for genera-
sent h'v'.k AtS Wlil the message
sent by the Jewish underground
Amer?oaVeWSu0f E"^ and
America through the writer .
itie message, as quoted in the
Kv/,eads:.'Te11 the ^h
hSH* l 1At0 a" the ""Portent
English and American offices and
agencies Tell them not to
leave until they obtain guaran
.m/V a way,has been decided
upon to save the Jews ... Let
ufiL aCC^pt no f00d or drink,
et them die a slow death while
he world is looking on Let
dlt" fThis may shake the
conscience of the world-"
We know that these words were
duly delivered by the writer to
leaders of Jewish organizations in
London and New York
Whether the spirit of the mes-
sage was complied with is a dif-
terent story The message
win, however, now reach hun-
dreds of thousands of people in
the United States, since.Mr. Kar-
ski s dramatic account has been
selected by the Book-of-the-
Month Club as the outstanding
book of this month.

INSIDE AMERICA: We hear
that the administrative commit-
tee of the Keren Hayesod in the
United States is conducting a
"purge" of all the supporters of
Rabbi Silver Thus far the
following pro-Silverites have been
purged: Emanuel Neumann,
Rabbi Irving Miller and Charles
Ress ... Neumann has a long
association with the Keren Hay-
esod office for the United States
. Ress is a former chairman
of the Keren Hayesod Adminis-
trative Committee Irving Mil-
ler is the general secretary of
the World Jewish Congress .
Abraham Goodman, another
warm supporter of Dr. Silver, has
been replaced as treasurer of the
Keren Hayesod by Louis Rocker
. One cannot say that the
"purge" is helping to create unity
in American Zionist ranks .
Marshal Joseph Stalin will soon
be wearing two watches present-
ed to him by the Ambijan Com-
mittee which has opened a drive
to raise $1,000,000 among Jews
i in the United States for the settle-
ment of Jewish war orphans in
the Jewish autonomous region of
Biro-Bidjan One will be a
Hamilton pocket watch, and the
other an Elgin wrist watch .
The gift was accepted in behalf
of Stalin by the Soviet Ambassa-
dor A. Gromyko.
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By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
The biggest motion picture
company in the world isn't in
Hollywood. Its home office is in
Washington, D. C, and the man
who heads it wears the silver
eagles of a United States Army
Colonel. The "company" is the
Army Pictorial Service of the
Signal Corps, responsible for pro-
duction and distribution of mo-
tion pictures on a scale that has
never been equalled.
At the end of September the
Service has already produced
during the present year more
than 650 pictures, with another
290 in production. These include
training films, informational and
morale pictures, historical films
on the various battles of the
war, and many miscellaneous
projects photographed for strat-
egic military purposes.
Combat photographers, both
still and motion picture, have giv-
en the Army film libraries the
most thorough photographic cov-
erage achieved in this or any
other war.
At the same time, in addition
to distributing their own produc-
tions, the Army Pictorial Service
has become the largest single en-
tertainment film distributor.
From here in Hollywood the mo-
tion picture industry contributes
16 mm. prints of the latest feat-
ure pictures for free showing to
the Armed forces overseas. These
films are distributed for showing
at the fighting fronts by the
Overseas Motion Picture Service.
Each week prints of three feature
pictures and a full program of
short subjects and newsreels are
shipped overseas. Over a million
servicemen and women overseas
attend free movie shows on a
single night at some 3,000 differ-
ent locations!
In referring to his four month
nationwide tour of the military
hospitals, Eddie Cantor speaks
with admiration of the courage
and spirit of the American youth.
"Their faith and optimism in the
future of the American way of
life is undimished," Eddie tells
me. "If you think they are bitter,"
he says, "you are wrong. If you
think they are drenched in utter
despair, you don't know your
American boys. If you think they
exist in a world of self-pity, you
haven't seen them. These kids
know for what they have fought.
"They square their shoulders,
hold their heads high, grin at
you and dare you to pity them.
Call it morale, call it what you
will, but it's the badge of honor
that he not only wears on his
breast but in his heart!"
Gertrude Berg, author, director,
producer and star of "The Gold-
bergs," begins her 16th year on
the air next week. She has missed
but one broadcast since she in-
troduced the series November,
1929and that during the first
week. Rosalyn Silber, who has
grown up in the role of Rosie,
the Goldberg daughter, and Men-
asha Skulnick as Uncle David
are sharing the microphone with
Molly (Mrs. Berg) on the anni-
versary programs. Congratula-
tions!
*
What's in a name? Walter
Lantz, popular cartoon producer,
reveals the following figures to
me:
It takes 10 years far a cartoon-
ist to learn how to animate draw-
ings for the screen. To make one
of Lantz' "Cartunes," 65 artists
work 40 hours a week for four
weeks. In that period 30 cartoon-
ists draw 30,000 drawings, of
which 20,000 are discarded. Each
animator, with the help of three
assistants, draws 25 feet or 37
and a half seconds of animation
each week.
A composer works for four
weeks on the musical score. It
takes 25 musicians three hours
to record it. Two cameramen
spend four weeks photographing
a seven-minute subject. In tech-
nicolor, each drawing must be
photographed thfee times. For
each foot of motion picture. 48
pictures are taken. For each min-
ute of running time 4,320 pictures
are photographed, or a total of
30,240 pictures for one "Cartune."
And they call them SHORTS!

Dinah Shore, like so many of
the stars who have returned from
treks overseas, made countless
calls to the parents and sweet-
hearts of boys who sent messages
back home with her. She says
the thing that just about broke
her heart was to return, make
the calls and then discover that,
while she was on the way home.
Fate had taken a hand. She
would call to say, "I've just seen
your sonhe's fine, etc.," only
to be greeted with the reply, "He
has been wounded" or "He
has been killed". This condi-
tion, which didn't exist to such
great extent for those returning
early in the war, has just about
gotten Dinah down.

LAST SECOND SCOOPS: Jas-
cha Heifetz came up from his
beach house in Balboa in the
driving rain to play for the serv-
icemen being entertained at the
Hollywood Canteen. The Basil
Rathbones were so touched with
this gesture that they tossed him
a grand party later! Jascha tells
me that his most appreciative
audiences are the boys and girls
in uniform. They demand encores
and encores Edward G. Rob-
inson defines the seven ages of
women: Her own and six
guesses! Louis B. Mayer, head
of MGM studios, leaves the hos-
pital at the end of this week,
after several months confinement
with a broken pelvis suffered
when a horse he was riding at
his ranch fell. He'll be in a wheel
chair for some time Writers'
War Board makes this report on
"Can You Top This," the radio
show: "Ad-Lib joke-telling con-
test, sponsored by a toothpaste
company, frequently accentuates
racial and national differences
and (however innocently meant)
tends to hold minority groups up
to ridicule" Milton Berle's
wife, Joyce Matthews, is audi-
tioning for a new radio show
. Danny Kaye reports an ad
in a Midwest paper: "Wanted by
defense plant. Night watchman.
$35 and all he can sleep" .
And Harpo Marx told me his new
version of the oldest joke: "Who
was that lady I saw you with
last night?" "That wasn't
the last nightyou'll see me with
her again!"
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+Jewish FkrMlan
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
1.18
BEACH "Y" RIPPLES
A Column of Activities of the Beach "Y"
An addition to the staff of pro-
fessional workers is making it
possible for the "Y" to improve
and expand its social cultural
and recreational offerings.
Of widespread interest to the
Miami Beach Community was
the announcement by Jack P.
Marash, executive director of the
YM & WHA, of the appointment
of Miss Miriam Levine as activity
director. Miss Levine comes to
the Beach "Y" well qualified
through her vast experience as
group worker at YMHA's and
Community Centers in the North.
Gus Jacobson. well known
basketball coach who has de-
veloped several championship
teams in the past, is with us. A |
large turn-out of candidates for
the basketball team greeted Gus
Sunday morning. From the looks I
of things, they will do well in,
the City League which they plan
to enter. There are still several I
vacancies on the team. Anyone
interested is urged to come to
the next practice on Sunday at
10:30 a. m.
The undefeated Beach Y Pad- !
dlers ran their string of conquests ,
to 8 straight, when they decisive-
ly defeated the Miami Beach |
Netters11 to 0. However. Thurs- j
day eve they were held to a
tie, 3 to 3. by Company B. AG !
& SFRS No. 1.
Adult and Senior Clubs and,
Specialty Groups: Several new;
activities have been organized for ;
the adult and senior membership,
of the "Y."
The Photography Lab., formed
at the request of a camera en- i
thusiasts now meets in the "Y"
on Wednesday's at 7:30.
For those interested in display-;
ing their dramatic talents, a Little
Theatre group has been formed
which meets on Mondays at 7:45.1
Thus group is now reading
through several plays from which
they will choose one. The group
boasts of two fine directors.
You can discover some of your
hidden talents at the Arts &
Crafts shopWhy not make your
friends happy with a hand made
gift. Wallets, purses, belts, ci-
garette cases and jewelry are
only a few of the things that you
can make. The media used is
leather, yep, real leather, felt,
metal and clay.
The adult and senior groups
are going in for organizing their
own social, cultural and athletic
clubs in a big way. We already
have several of these groups who
have started a varied program of
socials, lectures and athletics. We
have a place for you in our pro-
gram.
You too can learn basic Span-
ish, conversational Spanish and
Russian if you give yourself a
chance and attend the classes reg-
ularly. The basic Spanish class
meets Tuesdays at 2 p. m. and
7:30 p.m., and Wednesdays at
7:30 p. m. Conversational Spanish
meets Tuesday and Wednesday
at 8:30 p. m. The Russian class
will start next week. Registra-
tions are limitedDon't be left
outcome and register immed-
iately if not sooner.
Nope we haven't forgotten the
younger set: dramatics, dancing, !
gardening and arts and crafts
are some of the features of the
Y*a program for the younger (
group. Parents, help your boy or |
girl develop worth while hobbies
and better use of his or her leis- i
ure time by attending the various ''
activities.
The Amazon club of the Y is
doing their share in the 6th War
Loan Drive: Sunday, December '
3 and 10 at the Y beach, the
Amazon's are having a snack bar
and are giving away refresh-
ments for the purchase of War
Stamps. How about having your
desert at the snack bar?
At last Sunday's membership
meeting the large crowd was
treated to an excellent disserta-
tion on Jewish wit and humor
by Chaplain Saul Kraft. Even
those of our members who were
familiar with the Chaplain's ora-
torical ability were pleasantly
surprised at his easy flow of
Yiddish, German and even Eng-
lish; to say nothing of his dia-
Jects. Thanks Chaplain for a
lovely evening.
President Zukernick's progress
I report opened the eyes of our
I membership. His most interest-
ing statement reflected the rapid
i development of the Y. After one
I year, we find that our large, com-
I modious building is. too small
1 and it is necessary to limit some
meetings so that one room can
be used twice in one evening.
Our new Spartan Club of
young ladies is certainly showing
an up and at 'em spirit. They
completed their organization in
one week, and have already
scheduled their first function for
this Wednesday nighta party to
which they are inviting some
servicemen. That's action.
Face Facts
B-/ Alexander F. Miller
Flonda Reqionul Director
Ami Defamrt'.ion '.riguc
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MA1Y SCHHEBNICK.
Lt. Herbert Kerman. Navy
Medical Corps, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kerman, 717 Biscayne
Dr., has received the Navy
Bronze Star and Presidential cita-
tion, his parents have been in-
formed. Lt. Kerman, a graduate
of Palm Beach High School and
Duke University Medical School,
had just completed his intern-
ship at Duke Hospital when he
received his commission as lieu-
tenant junior grade and was
(ailed to active service m Feb-
ruary, 1943. He has been in the
Pacific ana for the past 15
months.
Sam A. Goldstein of Atlanta. |
formerly of this city, addressed |
a joint meeting of the B'nai B'rith '
Lodge and Auxiliary at Sher;
Memorial Hall Tuesday night. He |
is director of the Southeastern i
district of the national B'nai !
B'rith and is former president of.
the lodges here and in Birming-
ham and Atlanta. Lt. A. Said- i
man, Navy Medical Corps, who
is stationed at Ft. Pierce, also
spoke at the meeting, which was
open to the public.
A board meeting was held
Monday night by Congregation
Beth El. President J Glaaser was
in charge
The Army-Navy Committee
ponsored s dance Sunday night
at Sher Memorial hall fur Spars.
WACs and servicemen. Hostesses,1
included Lillian Met/, Sylvia
Rottfeld, Dorothy Dubbin, and
HannabeU Blumberg. Mrs. Phil
Blicher was chaperon.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
BjfJi ,-, Serving Palm Bench County, featuring
|g3 \mmmCm Nationally
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ducts and Ice Cream.
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AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
While the techniques employed
in combatting anti-Semitism have
been explained in this column
and in speeches before local or-
ganizations from time to time
the results in many specific cases
can not always be revealed.
Sometimes, for obvious reasons
we must be discreet.
For that reason we sometimes
hear the inquiry: "How do you
know your techniques are right?
How do you know they work?"
We welcome frankness and we
are glad to have these questions
put to us.
The answers, however, arc not
always simple. In some cases, in-
volving overt acts and manifesta-
tions of prejudice, we are able to
see clearly the results attained.
Likewise we receive direct evi-
dence from time to time, which
proves to us that certain develop-
ments of our positive program are
successful. In other cases, involv-
ing long-range educational pro-
cesses, it is impossible to expect
tangible conclusions immediately.
We are confident that we are
working in the right direction.
Nevertheless, we try constantly
to view our program objectively
and to evaluate its effectiveness.
We realize that no matter how
hard we strive, there may always
be room for even better achieve-
ments. We have gone out of our
way tu seek from members of
the local community constructive-
criticism and advice. Many of
the most constructive projects
engineered by this office have
originated in the fertile minds
of community leaders like Sam
Blank. Isaac Levin, George Bert-
man. Jerry Frcehling and Harry
Zukernick.
Much of our local program
originates in the national offices
of ADL and other national \
Fashion Show
Outstanding Success
The first in a series of pro-
grams for adults was held last
Sunday night at the "Y" when
over 300 people crowded the
auditorium to attend a fashion
show and musicale. The affair
opened with an address of wel-
come by Leo Ackerman, presi-
dent of the "Y," who introduced
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, chair-
man of the Women's Activities
Committee. Mrs. Michaels then
presented the following program:
Violin selections by Melvin Mi-
chaels, accompanied by Mrs.
Ruth Emanuel at the piano; ad-
dress by George Chertkof, chair-
man of the board of directors of
the "Y"; vocal selections by
Douglas Brenner; parade of
models in which the following
young ladies participated: Dolly
Pont, Rosalie Kotkin, Babs Wolf,
Marjorie Friedman, Elaine Slepi-
an, Evelyn Wertheimer, Marlyn
Gerstein. The Women's Activities
Committee, of which Mrs. Mi-
chaels is chairman, includes: Mes-
'I dames Ann Jacobs, Minna Lavine,
Miriam Sager, Bea Stepkin, Jen-
nie Levinson, Sylvia Chertkof,
Molly Kauffman, Ruth Hohauser,
Jean Silverman, Libby Sterling
and Ann Koven.
"Y" Sponsor. Calutheiuc,
Class For Women
The first calisthenics class fj
women will take place at 9
"Y" gymnasium on Monday evd
ning, December 4, at 1:30 o'cloj
All women are eligible to a]
tend. Miss Audrey Floyd will i
the instructor. There will also;
fuclai$.,m nutrition sponsored
n a in cooperation with to
Board of Education of Dad
County, on Friday morning
^,mbef 8 at 9:30 'lco<* at i
Y. All women are eligible
attend.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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In Ne* York Cth S. % Amstertam Avt.
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Book Review December 13
Mrs. Rose Shapiro will revie
the best seller, "Earth and Hie
Heaven' at the next meeting
the "Y" Forum Group on Wee
nesday evening, December 13.
Servicemen's Wives Organixt
Last Monday afternoon a ne
group was formed at the *]
composed of servicemen's wivt
These ladies will meet at t
"Y" every Monday afternou.
from 3 to 4:30. They bring the!
children with them and the chil
dren receive a program of u
struction from Miss Besse Sebu
sky, the "Y" Youth Director. TL
next meeting will be held ne:J
Monday afternoon. December
at 3 o'clock at the Y." Servic
men's wives are invited and t
quested to come to this meetii
and to bring their children. Pr
sently the ladies have taken
their project the work of
Serve-A-Hospital Committee
the Jewish Welfare Board.
Attention Parents!
Groups are now being forme
at the "Y" for children of
ages. There is a club here fo]
your son or your daughter. Sen
them to the "Y" and let thej]
get some wholesome recreatia
and cultural activities.
Support the Sixth War Loan.
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been formulated by experts in
the field.
It should interest our friends
to know that currently a new
and far reaching study is under
way sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee. This study
which is nation-wide, not only
will gauge the present-day status
of anti-Semitism in all areas of
society hut also will evaluate
the effectiveness of the techni-
ques that are being used to
fight it.
All this we mention here that
you. who have a right to know,
may rest assured that we never
are content to watch our program
smugly without constantly and
critically checking on what it
does and how it operates
We art glad to discuss our work
with members of the community.
We believe all of you are anxious
W be helpful and that you are
eager to keep well informed on
tha problem of anti-Semitism.
me door to cur office is always
Pn ,and <>"r literature is avail-
able for the asking.
P >
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snt


DECEMBER 1. 1944
CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN
(Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington)
^JeHlstncrkfan
PAGE ELEVEN
, Ireland, or Erie
J?is now known, and Portugal
cinick a blow at the moral
Yvonne non-Nazi world. That
v demands a common front
Sit Nazi criminality. It de-
mands that the community of
2d peoples take action to
w i home to the morally de-
SSaSS" German people that
f3es they have committed
"the name of "racism" are ab-
[5 by aU decent elements in
htafnaceofCtthis sentiment. *en-
JSJ shared among the United
Nations and among multitude^ in
OBITUARIES
BERTRAM RAFF
Itcrtiam Raff, 40, pioneer resident
a ^,a;;",',!,"",h' "1,:<1 "n-x.--tedlyor
SSfCfcS 'w Ja
.i.V',7;, "r"ml"';" apartment house
"I" "'". came here from New York
\111mi"r uTJ{- .W" a ""mber of
act.ee of barring or Jj^SmSS^V^X &R&
ens whose presence ", !' ti u*2!er' J"""' Miami Beach
eterlmental to tf\V$&&ffi' SwT countries. Erie and Portu-
-i have now given replies to a
ELK from the United States
HE the Government finds less
Sn satisfactory. The request
EftO the effect, that these
"neutral" nations give guaran-
yS that they will not offer
vlum to Nazi war criminal
UXhe U S. Department of State
used diplomatic restraint when it
Sd the reply from Erie was
w than satisfactory. For an
undiplomatic commentator
stronger language is in order. In
fact, Eire's reply is a piece of
shuffling evasion, expressive of
traditional Irish hostility to Bri-
Uin but going beyond that to
become an insult of mankind s
common fruit apainst Nazidom.
Eire first took refuge in the
legalistic pretext that there is no
comprehensive inter national
code" applicable to barring war
criminals, nor any "recognized
court or procedure for judicial
ii
d
r. in coral Oablei
S.MU..-S were held Wednesday in
Twnple Israel, with burial i WooA-
'i;ii Park under Direction of Rlver-
Ide Memorial chapel.
JOSEPH QUARTIN
Joseph Quartin, 52. president of
XfopcalPapei Boa Mfg Co., died Fri-
day in hi* borne, n>i'j s w. Urd Ter
I veteran ol World War I, ijuartin
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
discriminations.
The problem which Eire and
Portugal have raised is as to the Parksvllle. n. v.. who
AI.KA-6KI.TZER offtr
fast relief for Headache.
Sin ale Nearmlata. "Mora-
ine Afin", Cold Distress,
Msacalar Palao and
Acid ladlaoatloa.
__k your Druaclet
It C.nU and M Ceatt
rVlka-Seltzei
determination of individual
cases Then Eire reaffirmed its
traditional practi
deporting aliens
would be dete...
Irish people or would interfere
with interests of friendly states
Against such a half-and-half
failure to come out strongly
against the inhuman brutes who
have outraged every principle of
human decency, may be placed
a statement from a leader in an-
other small nation which actually v""" '" Miami from Brooklyn, N
experienced what the Nazi gani;-, of" Te'mma^iJrXi9, ". J#M.i5 m,em,ber
sters could do at their worst. 2wa?UBaaW lX o/XooMyn'
President Benes of Czechoslov- Kl*%l?C,Udalghn^SVan"orIS8
akia declared that "we must !''.'" Miami; three brothers, Irvln and
make it clear that aggressive war "'b^S? a^'wo^lst.^.*"
always involves punishment and' Beatrice Uvlne and Mrs a ii Mom
that civilized man simply does ''.""' '' Brooklyn Bervlcea were held
not accept racial or anti-Semitic bSda'^n'^ NJbo^.nm.r^me' "***
JULIUS BERG
J.uiu- is.ik. ji hotel operatoi from
wile. ST. v., who came here
true community of nations, week* ago and had been resld-
founded upon agreement on the &*"&$*% ^.horttllnea."
moral and ethical concepts that 11- In survived by two slaters. Mrs.
underly civilization. Without this |r,'H,,1 Shl."" "' Ne" v,"k- :"ul Mrs
hn i j i wf"cn, ln" brother. Hgl Eudel Berg, Bervlce*
eludes tolerance, mercy, kindness were held at Riverside Memorial
and charity, no framework or Ai' Rabbi Irving I^ehrman
scheme for international coopera-1 '.1. [ntermeni wan In Mt
tion can have validity or reality.' ------
Coming from the Irish, who H,AR"Y bachrach
have themselves for centuries ^KuSrf^Vi JS3all%
complained of their treatment at day He came here three years ago
the hands of the British, this fail- '"'" Nv" Y"lk Cits and lived at
ure to express prompt readiness, ''ku^SStb* InVlude his wife. Roae;
to act against the torturers and one son, Capt. Moye Bachrach. United
despoilers of minorities, the mur- States trmy Air Corps; two daugh-
dcrcrs and looters of peoples and *? *',; ana* M^Na'allf1 iSSH,'.
nations, must weaken their own Mlllbuin, N J.: three brothers, Phillip,
case before the court of mankind.. L^ul* and William, all of New York,
Whatever the lesser issues in | m^U Miller aft ^CaMiS
the world, of nation against na-
tion, of group against group,
there can be no compromise on
the major issue- that the per-
petrators of Nazism's crimes have
placed themselves and their deeds
beyond the pale of human so-
ciety.
Any failure to understand this gre^ls *, ^"tw^t*".
major issue, any unwillingness to daughter, Miss Irene, all of Far Rock-
take part in common action to away.> The body was aeni^ Monda;
aff.rmPthe reality of a common Sau^JJr'^^lSr&riJ!
conscience among mankind, is a
confession of moral and ethical
NOTICE 18 HERKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ln business under the fictitious name
of ANSONIA APARTMENTS at 318
21st St., Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH TENDRIOH.
BESSIE TENDIUCH.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of I'ECK MERCANTIIJi 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.
I-OITIS E. I'ECKERMAN.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
MiTICK IS HEREBY HIVES that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
neas muler the fU-tltious name of
REMINOUS ART CRAFT in Miami,
Florida, and Intends to rcgi.-o-r th>-
said fictitious name In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I tide County, Florida.
BKI.I.K WESSON
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
Dr. Milea Nerrlno for.
8lM*kfnaM. Nor-,
'MJ IrnublhlT.
IidUkUitr and
Nirreu Hoad-
da. Read diroe-
liooj and ujc only
dincud.
i New Vork, and Mrs Kami- Gold-
berg, Miami Beach,
Funeral services were held Wednes-
da> at the Palmer i hapel,
ISIDOR WIESENFELD
Isldoi Wlesenfeld, IS, vlaltoi here
f..i tin.....lays from Fai Rockaway,
N Y died of a heart attack at his
residence, i^ Meridian Ave, Surviving
are his wife, Minnie; three
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under 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 Dade County,
Florida
EDWARD AI.PER.
Owner.
li -.'4 18, l -8-16-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EHRENREICH^S LITTLE HUN-
GARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT, at
217 6th Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRIET EHRENREICH.
JIMMY DeFEO.
MEYERS 4 WEITZMAN,
Attorneys for applicants.
11/17-34 12/1-8-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AIR FLIGHT BAR at 936 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, In-
tend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count v, Florida.
ALBERT BARON.
IRVIN DWORKIN.
Owners.
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/17-24 12/1-8-16
CIRCUIT COURT 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 88299.
SONY A RANTERS,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOSUA RANTERS,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
You. Josua Ranters, are hereby re-
quired to file your appearance In
above divorce action on or before
December 20, 1944 or decree pro con-
feaso will be entered
Dated November 22. 1944.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
By WM W. STOCKING. D. ('.
(Circuit Court Seal I
11/24 12/1-8-16
Ben-
WhenYou
H
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Cet your dally quota of
Vitamins A and D and II-
Complei br taklna ONE-
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TaUeta. Economi-
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ONE-tl-DAY
VITAM IN
1 iwflv iiv Rlvprttldf Memorial
affirm the reality of a common Siprf fw -ervlcM wS burial.
conscience among mankind, is u
confession of moral and ethical harry lavin
and political inadequacy to the, fcjr^j". who'eaal.^ mju
demands of this critical moment u,ree week" ago rnrni Canton,
in human history. o., died In local hospital from a
Punishment Ol the Nazi Crirni- heari jjllment^ Hj.^n^AVthur,
nals constitutes the irreducible ft,,d a daughter, Miss Elisabeth Lnvln,
minimum in the way of safeguard m "^"nton Jh.^b-djj wa^wntw
for human society. It repudiates nfo?yHeJ^e.Md burial.
the poisoners who have sought to
inject the bloodstream of man-
kind with hate and cruelty.
To see to it that the Nazi crim-
inals have no Banctuary on earth
is not merely vindictive, it
first measure ol precaution and a
necessary extension 01 the dem-
onstration now being brought
horn.- lo Germany by the force
which Germany was first to in-
voke ^___^_
PISCUS GOLDSTEIN
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage
in uuslneas under the fictitious name
of MELANIB GIFT s'HOI' at 830
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RHEA HERMAN.
12 I-8-15-22-2S
Home Cooked Kosher Meals
kop'el's
20 N. E. 11th Streot. Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
Board. Special attention to
private parties.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WHITE ROSE IJVE POULTRY
KOBHER MARKET, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HAM ELGI8ON.
IIERNHARD KASS.
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BENRU8 MARKET at 116 S. W.
27th Ave.. Miami, Florida, Intend to-
register the said name with the Cleric
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN BOSKIN.
RUSSELL BUIJ,MAN.
ROBERT SHAEFFER.
MAX R, SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8 __________________
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
in business under the fictitious name
of EMPIRE PROVISION CO at 311
Northwest Second Avenue, Miami.
Florida. Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ISADORE KOSTINER
JOSEPH BLOCK
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
11/10-17-24 12/1-8
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NOT1CK IS HKItKHY GIVEN that
the underslKned, desiring to engage
in ImslneHS under the fictitious nm*
of ROIIEO HESTAI'RANT AND BAR
at 3488 Coral Way, Miami, Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK BERNARD
MYKRS & II El MAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/10-17-24 12/1_______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
in business under the fictitious name
of CAROL NOVELTY CO., at 127
Meridian Ave.. Mlnml Beach, Florida,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
IIENMAMIN REDAN.
HENRIETTA HONKS.
Owner".
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants.
11/10-17-24 12/1-8______________________
NOTICE IS HERKltY GIVEN that
the undersigned, now doing business
under the fictitious name of JO-
BEKS APARTMENTS at 747 West
Ave., Miami Reach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk Ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. .,.
rSADORK TENORICH.
SAM TENDIUCH.
EHYTHE TBNDRICH.
HELEN TBNDRICH.
11/10-I7-J4 12/1 -S_____________________
Notice is hereto flven that the un-
,i. ralgned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness under the flcitious niune of
MIAMI MEN S WEAK CO., BOt Inc..
IE. N. E Isl Street. Miami, intend to
1. nisi, 1 --Hid name In the office of the
Clerk ol the Clrcull corr of Dade
County, Florida.
GEORGE <: ADI.EIl
MILTdN ADLER
MILTON A. FRIF.DMAN
Atton ej for Appllcanta
11/24 18/1-8-16-IJ
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SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewis/t
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 174S7ACTW OF 1935
FILE A gaM
NOTICE IS HKREIIY GIVEN that
M. L MASTELLER, holder of State
and County Tax Certificates No. 1467j.
14676 and 14677. issued the 3rd day of
June. AD 1940, has filed same in my
office, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Sakl
Certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property in the County or
Dade, State of Florida, to wit:
ly.t 34. Block 13. Miami Gateway
Amended, ,i Sub., Plat Hook 28. Page
63. in the County of Dade. State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 14675. The assessment of said
property under the said Certificate
issued was In the name of A. A.
Willem. -.
Lo| 13, Block IS. Miami Gateway
Amended, a Bub., Plat Rook 28. Page
63. ill the County of Dade. State of
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 14676. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name of A. A.
Willem.
Lot M, Block in. Miami G.iteway
Amended, .< Sub. Plat Hook 28. Page)
6;',, in the County of Dade. State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. H677 The assessment of said
property under the said Certificate
issued s/as in the name of Fred W.
Henry, et als.
I'nless said Certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prOB-
erty described therein will lie sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the firsl Monday in the month
of January, 194.r>, which is the 1st day
of January. 1948.
Dated this 20th day of November.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
11/24 12/1-8-15


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""PAY, DECEMBER i m
HOVE
DON'T TELL PRIVATE JONES
THE JAPS ARE EASY
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THERE ARE STILL MILLIONS OF
TOUGH, BRUTAL JAPS TO LICK.
EVERY JAP WE KILL MAKES
MY CHANCES OF GETTING HOME
BETTER, AND IT COSTS PLENTY
TO KILL A JAP
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IF YOU think Japan is a pushoveryou're fooling yourself,
mister. Every American soldier, marine and sailor in the Pacific
knows he has a tough fight on his hands. You can't tell them
their war is almost over! Even as you read these words, American
men are dying in the fight against Japan.
Look into your heart and ask yourself honestly: "Have / stopped
fighting? Have / stopped buying War Bonds because I think the
war is about over?" You're not a quitter; your answer is "No!"
The fight in the Pacific calls for a highly
specialized type of equipment. B-29 bomb-
ers that cost $600,000 in War Bonds; Mi
tanks with bulldozer blades that cost
$67,417; "alligators" that cost $30,000; mil-
lions upon millions of gallons of gasoline.
We need more and costlier equipment than
any war has ever called for. And that's the
big reason for the 6th War Loan Drive. Just
as long as a single Japanese aims a gun at our
menwe must continue to buy War Bonds.
Do your full share now!
Once again you are asked to buy at least one
extra $100 War Bond. Buy more if you pos-
sibly can. Not only u it for the final Victory
it's for your future. Sign up for extra War
Bonds on the Payroll Plan. Welcome the Vic-
tory Volunteer when he or she calls at your
home. Rememberthe job in the Pacific is
still terrific
I
COUNTRY IS STILL AT WAR.ARE YOU
THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS
The Fruit Bowl, Inc.
Greetings Lincoln Road
Buchwald & Co.
Joseph Daoud's Sons
The Cotton Shop
Park Central Hotel
Kahn & Alpert
Enfield Camera Shop
Harry I. Magid
Auerbach Paint Co.
Laura Pack
Harry Zuckernick
Russian Bear
Benjamin Blumenield
,
Jaclaes Fine Food
Irvin Frankel
Lyon Electric Co.. Inc.
Moss Printing Co.
W. A. Wally
Al s Sandwich Shop
Shoreham & Norman Hotel
Twin City Transit Co.
Corsair Hotel
Arlington Hotel
Tropical Textile & Fum. Co.
Silver Paint Co.
Trousseau Shop
M. M. Rippa (Fairyland)
Murray's Lincoln Rd. Restaurant
Sraeel & Jabaly
Louis W. Pokress
Anchor Hotel
Belvedere Hotel
Bernard Sportswear ior Men
Bo-Peep Shop
Five O'Clock Club
Jules Gillette
House oi Art
Joy's Jewelry Shop
K inlander's
Sam Lachman
Polly Manning
RUDY R. ADLER WILL MAKE YOUR BOND BUYING EASY
1 Lincoln Road, Y. M. & W. H. A^-Phone W319
Rubinstein's Fashions ior Women
Sasson's Linen Shop
Sol Stein
Mayflower Hotel
South Wind Bar & Restaurant
Harold Turk
Blumin & Roberts
Sidney Wassennan
S. E. Schwartz
S. J. Halperin
Mayflower Shop
Holleman's Restaurant
Shepard Broad
Joe's Broadway Restaurant