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The Jewish Floridian ( July 20, 1945 )

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r, \ %  • ihJiiwytUEIIiDipidliigun WISH VOLUME 18—NUMBER 29 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS [I. AL PflLLDT TO NEXT WEDNESDAY Lt. Al Pallot, home on leave from the European theater of war, will address a general LT. AL PALLOT membership meeting at the Town "Y" next Wednesday, I July 25. at 8:30 o'clock. Lt. Pallot is a past president F o/ the "Y" and at the tim P of his enlistment into the navy, was a member of its board of directors. He will relate unique expediences during his travels. Lt. Pallot is a former Assistant Attorney General of the State of Florida and former attorney for Florida State Board of Administration. Lt. Pallot served as president of the Probus Club, Esquire in the Miami SJU lodge, member of the water Miami Army-Navy Committee, Miami director of Public Relations of the Junior Bar Section of the American Bar association, and a member of *A A count y and Florida ana American Bar Associations. !" was a member of the execute committee of the B'nai %  nth (.i.md Lodge and vicePresident of the Florida Federaon o B'nai B'rith lodges. He £ P? s <'President of the Miami nf 1 '"' lod R e Past master \L Coc nut Grove Masonic tedfe and Past Patron of the Older oi the Eastern Star. .Reports of the various committee chairmen of the "Y" as .me progress of the institution ures nf I^ftSSSMovir >R Pieces of pas .. Y „ activities win shown by Herman Waitsman. diroetf p roRram under the Ssenu.d" f aVe WeFi WiH be taS?f W w wlU have a on I l h ar the latest report 'his fall Ca A al fund ? *?">***" will h \ Reneral discussion •ndoDini n ? n a new buildin K be siBt m members wil1 ^e public is invited. ARRIVED JN_ LONDON ^SiVf H^ Moshe Sher""mt of th l he P oI "'cal departed hero e .h 0Wlsh A enc y. ar ,h e world 7Week to attend *hich win Zlonist conference, t. Wl "Pen on July 31. f erence ^m T ood that the !" fi t thro*"] la ? 1 six da ysThe ope n. whilP a th s essions wil1 b e e devo,'i e f the last three wil1 of the


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PAGE TWO vjenisti ncridinn FRIDAY. JULY PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise. Tamiami Hotel, left to spend two months in the north. PERSONALS Dick and Josh Sirkin. sons of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay rd.. are spending their, summer at Blue Mountain camp. East Stroudsburg. Pa. They will return to Miami Beach in midSeptember. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Swede, of the Versailles hotel, arc spending two weeks at the WaldorfAstoria. New York. UNVEILING BIRTHS Mrs. M. Drucker. 909 Euclid ave.. wife of M. Drucker. who is associated with A. S. Beck Shoe Store. 450 Lincoln rd., is visiting her mother in Charlotte. N. C. Mrs. Drucker will be away for two months. Miss Edith Schulman. 739 11th St., left to visit her sister, Mrs. Beatrice Finn in Macon. Ga. Miss Schulman. who is a sophomore at the University of Miami, will remain in Macon for two months before returning to Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff. 3771 Roval Palm Avenue, left the first of this week to spend some time in Hendersonville. N. C. Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, of the Palmer Funeral Chapel and Miami Monument Co.. returned to the city this week from a business trip from Atlanta. Listen to our radio program '•Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday. 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Dorothy Gray's ELATION Dusting Powder tpl phis tax Regular S2* value! Delicately scented "Elation' powder by Dorothy Gray :the perfect after bath fragrance s o BO iasting. For a limit I time only, you can get the iarge $2* size for just Sl. I u ULI MIAMI STORE LETRIES REET FLOOR Mr. Mayer H. Frankel leaves i Sundav to spend two months in 1 New York and vicinity. Mr. | Frankel is the president of the •'Jewish Home of Greater Miami. I His wife and daughter. Natalie, will join him August 10. Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloomfield. Mian.: Beach, ar e vacationing in the New Hampshire I mountains. Maine woods and Massachusetts with friends and [relatives. They will return August 10. Mr. H Diamond. 1045 Michigan Avenue, left last week for Saratoga Springs. his vacation since coming to Miami fifteen years ag< as a produce wholesaler. The unveiling of a monument : to the memory of the late Mrs. Rachel Herskovitz. will take place at Mount Nebo Cemetary, Sunday. July 22. at 12 noon. Mr. S. H. Palmer ol tiie Miami Monument C mpany Miami is in charge of arrangements. The late Mrs. Herskoviti was a prominent member of the Workmen's Circle. Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof announce the addition to their family of their daughter Carol Faith. PERSONALS WEDDINGS Miss Rose Bigelman. Jewish Floridian staff member, and Miss Rose Reiser, left Sunday for a vacation of a month with their parents in Rochester. N Y. Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman and son, 1565 Drexel Avenue, left this week for a vacation in Hendersonville. N. C. Herman Silver. 1005 Meridian ave.. is joining his wife. Bertha, who is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Al Gardner, in Montreal. Canada. Mrs. Gardner has recently given birth to a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Silver will remain in Canada for three months, returning to Miami Beach October 10th. The wedding ol Miss Beatrice Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldberg of the Golden Arms apartments, and Lt. Jack Ross, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro-.i : New York, takes place July 22 at the Versailles hotel. The bride-elect came here 18 months ago from Detroit. The onlv attendant at the wedding will be Frederick Miller, who will serve as best man. Miss Goldberg, biide-elect of Lt. Ross, I guest of honor at a shower given by Mrs. Birdie Ross and Mrs. Joseph Miller Friday at the Versailles hotel. After a honeymoon in Palm Beach following their June 10 wedding. Sgt. Louis F. Grossman. USA, and Mrs. Grossman. %  the former Miss Hyla Gloria Bilowitz. are living in Coral Gables. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Billowitz. 1760 Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach. Sgt. Grossman s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Grossman. Portsmouth. N. H.. who came to Miami Beac h for the weddinfe. PERSONALS Milton A. Friedman returned Sunday after spending a month in South Carolina. While away he attended the South Carolina state B'nai B'rith Lodges executive committee meeting. He also conferred with regard to the newly organized youth commission with District five officers. His wife and children remain in Columbia visiting with her parents. Miss Helen Coleman, professional head of the local office of the National Council of Jewish Women has resigned her position here and left to make her home in New York. She will be associated with the National Refugee Service. Mrs. William Tucker, Jr., is visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 20, 1945 PERSONALS Dr. Leonard JaccWhaTT cently returned fm m a week trip to New York fc,, and New Hampshire Whit New York he studied njjl? niques m cardioic gy at ,u" Cornell Medical C. nter and h! Presbyterian hospital of r Medical Center of New Y( 2? He continued this work at £ ta?s medlCal School = and help!: BRISM • T he A A rl ^ of lht a week included the sons of Mr ZA Mrs. Edward Wallace. Mr Z Mrs. Morris L. Kroabere' M f and Mrs. David Granat, Mr and Mrs. Al Berkowitz and Dr and Mrs. Harry Kraff. Rabbi S M Machtei officiated. imcoLn k *'• 'o*CHro*p' I JO LWCOUf 0D MIAMI KACH Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 744 Michigan Avenue, are leaving Sunday for a combined business and vacation trip to Washington, New York and the mountains. Mrs. Leo Cohen. 1440 Euclid ave.. has left Miami Beach with her son for several weeks" vacation in Chicago. EDWARD T. NEWMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Those attending services at Temple Israel Friday evening will witness the Bar Mitzva ceremonies of Eugene, son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. Friends of the family are invited. A reception will follow in Kaplan Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman and son. of 1565 Drexel Avenue, left this week for a vacation in Hendersonville. N. C. HAIR REMOVED Permanently Safely Scientifically BY ELECTROLYSIS 1456 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 581263 between 7 4 8 P.M. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now: you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 45860 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922. Miami 11, Florida Phone 9-2*03 ATTENTION DEALERS Practically new—Shirtt. Tropical Suiti. Shoes. Miscellaneous Item*. Coats. Sizes 38 to 42. Entire lot must be sold in one unit. Goldberg.. 625 Meridian Ave.. 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FRIDAY. JULY 20, 1945 Jenislinorktian PAGE THREE MAGID CHAIRMAN OF BLOOD BANK STATION Harrv I. Magid, Lincoln Road "u nr is the newly appointed Sun of the Miami Beach ffl Bank Station, an affiliate "/the Blood Donors Council of £e Dade County Blood Bank. Under the auspices of B nai oviih the Miami Blood Bank Station situated in Morris Brothers Department Store, is open guSvi from 9:30 to 12:00 A "Doiors are urgently needed to meet the requirements of the various army and civilian hosnital needs." announced Magid. BThose planning to donate their bloofi should not eat breakfast or consume any food for four hours prior to their blood dona1l0 In commenting on the efficint si rvice rendered by the skilled technicians at the station. Magul declared, "An examination is made of each prospective d on ,.r. and no one is permitted to give blood unless he is found to be phvsically qualified." Assist"ng Chairman Magid m the operation of the station are Sun J Halperin, S. E. Schwartz, n r M. A. Kugel, Samuel G. Jamison, Nat Hankoff and Arthur Singer. Members of B'nai B'rilh Women's Auxiliary headed by Mrs. B. Robbins, assist in the administration of the station. TOP SOIL 3-0561 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates' All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed. Alper PIONEER MERCHANT DIES LAST FRIDAY Manuel Rippa, 85, pioneer clothing merchant of Key West and Miami, died Friday at a hosital after a brief illness. He lived at 1120 S. W. 19th ave. A native of Husu, Rumania, he came to this country in 1888 and settled in Key West, from where he sold clothing by boat among the keys and in Miami. He moved to Miami 32 years ago and operated a men's store on N. Miami ave. until his retirement. He was one of the organizers of the Miami Jewish Cemetery association, and was a member of Beth David Congregation. B'nai B'rith and Chesed Shel Ernes. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Marie Rippa; a son, Mose M. Rippa, Miami Beach, and a daughter, Mrs. Jennie G. Blanck, Miami. Services were held at the residence Monday, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn park under direction of Gordon Funeral home. New Cantor at Beth Sholom Judge Morris Berick. president of Temple Beth Sholom. announces that Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Rochester, N. Y., has accepted the call at Temple Beth Sholom as musical director. Cantor Samuel Kelemer is known as the youngest composer of Liturgical in the country. At an early age he gained an interHOLLYWOOD CENTER TO HOLD OPEN MEET The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood will hold an open meeting on Monday evening, July 23rd, at the clubroom of the organization in the Morse Arcade on Hollywood Boulevard. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Manuel Grcenstein, whose topic will be "Spiritual Aspects of Building a Community Center." For the past seven years. Rabbi Greenstein has occupied the pulpit at the Congregation Beth El of West Palm Beach. The public is invited to attend, with a welcome extended to servicemen and newcomers to Broward county to come and get acquainted. There will beno admission charge and refreshments will be served. The Age of Tooley-Myron captures the wide-eyed wonderment of a child to whom all the world's a fairyland. Yon must not trust this enchanting age to memory. Let Tooley-Myron's master photographers record •r you each new stage of development in your child's life and now is the time to start. "Foremost Photographers in the South" No appointment necessary .J^V_noor. du Pont Bld


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PAGE FOUR vjewisli Fk>ridiari ^^ILNW: 20, 1945 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered aa 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 1 Year. $3.00 Six Months, S2.00 2 Years. S5.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945 AB 10, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 29 WWMM^^^^^^^ BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 ,. _. %  I ai Jewish office box STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Sidelights On Jewish Affairs By CHAIM SONNENSTAND (In the absence abroad of Phineas J. Biron) DIVIDED LOYALTIES Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive director of the American Council for Judaism, in his tour in behalf of the Council stopped off recently in Seattle. As is customary, he issued a statement of "principles" to the local morning paper, which immediately roused a storm of protest, and evoked a verbal spanking from Seattle's B'nai B'rith. The lodge demanded immediate action on the part of the Anti-Defamation League, to "protect" the Jews ot Seattle from "implications and inferences regarding the Americanism of Jews." If Rabbi Elmer Berger believes that a Zionist cannot be a good American, he has a perfect right to express himself along that line of thought If he represents a small group of wealthy and influential American citizens "of Jewish persuasion," he has a perfect right to speak in their behalf. But Rabbi Berger has no right to intimate that he speaks for American Jewry, an overwhelming number of whom are either Zionists or in sympathy with the Zionist movement. We not only resent his implication that he or the Council i represents American Jewry, we are much more incensed at his ; use of words that tend to endorse the views of a Goebbels. To say that In America we feel a Jew should be an American I first, and a Jew afterwards—just as another is an American first and a Protestant afterwards" can be judged only as a ditact slap at the Americanism of Zionists or those who favor the | Zionist ideals. It is hardly necessary for Zionists to protest their loyalty i to our country. No Zionist has yet refused to fight for America | because he was a Zionist. No Zionist has yet refused to buy a bond, or to give his blood to the blood banks, or serve his country in whatever capacity he was called upon because he was a Jew first" or a Zionist "first." There is no "first or last" in American Jewry—Americanism and good Judaism are co-extensive. There is no line of demarcation, and there is no divided loyalty among Zionist, just as there was no division of' loyalty in the Americans of Irish extraction during their fight | for a free Eire nor in the Americans of Czech origin in their fight for a free Czechoslovakia An American citizen has just] as much a right to work and fight for a Free Jewish Palestine as a homeland, as the Irish and the Czechs, without any one impugning their loyalty to America. Of course we have heard this argument of the Council for American Judaism before—in Jewish circles, but now that the spiritual leader of their movement rushes to the general press with that defamatory accusation, we feel that a halt should be called. It s bad enough to have the Senator Rice's, the Gerald L K. Smith's and their ilk—non-Jews, and probably non-Cr.:;s::cr.s attempt to divide the nation by their anti-Semitism. It is doubly atrocious to have a rabbi like Elmer Berger attempt to further divide American Jewry with the same line of argument. No one. not even the executive director of the Council for I American Judaism would dare to impugn the Americanism of the late Justice Louis D Brandeis, who said: "There is no inconsistency between loyalty to America and loyalty to Jewry. Indeed loyalty to America demands rather that evenAmerican Jew become a Zionist Our loyalty to America can never be questioned." — "The Messenger-Los Angeles. NEW INNOVATION AT JACKSON HOSPITAL A recent innovation at Jackson Memorial hospital is a recreation comer sot aside for the Merchant Marine Badly needed are b vea of any d-. tion making the reading material easily obtainable to the hospitalized men. Mrs. Ida Optner. of the Gray Ladies, in charge of the project will arrange to pick up the shelves. She may be contacted by phoning 4-3279. NEW POLITICAL BODY FORMED AT BEACH A new political organization on Miami Beach is in the process of organization. Titled the Miami Beach Voters" League the new group is reported to have some 300 members at the present time. HOME FOR AGED AUXILIARY MEETS The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, located at 335 S. W. 12th ave.. will hold a garden and watermelon party on the home grounds at 7 P. M. Sunday. July 22. followed by card games and entertainment. Refreshments will be served. All members and friends are invited. Hostesses include Mrs. Paul Raff, chairladv: Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. M. Baer. Mrs. E. Gluck. Mrs. M. Kupferstein. Mrs. I. Orlansky. Mrs. J. Chaves and Mrs. J." Zaus. auxiliary president DR. BLAIR NOW WITH GEORGE I. BERTMAN George JBenman. Miami Beach realtor. 420 Lincoln Rd announces the association of Dr! Maurice I. Blair with his organization. Dr. Blair is a retired dentist formerly of Chicago and a resident of the Beach for a number of vears. A return to the pre-war procedure by which the sole respon: :• the issuance ol immigration visas to the United States is again a ss U m e d by i rican D nsuls abr ad will facilitate immigration to this country for persons qualified "TRENDS IX TRADES'' is the name of a new monthly publication issw this week by the community service department of the Anti-Defamation Leagu< of B'nai B'ritl -• .specially for business and professional men throughout tin try • • • After a series of conversations and conferences between the Rehabilitation Offices of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of U. S. and Canada and high officials of the "UXRRA" In Was R1 n. regarding various phases I religious rehabilitation of the Jews in Europe. Hon. Herbert H. Lehman invited a delegation from the Union of Orthodox to meet with him. The Swedish government has agreed to accept all orphans and sick children in the Belsen concentration camp All Jewish children who were hidden during the occupation of southern Italy in monasteries and convents are now under Jewish supervision ._. Jewish soldiers in the American army of occupation have constituted themselves an informal, but very efficient committee for the help of displaced Jews. South American Jewish communities are building a strong cultural, religious and social life. Florida's exceptional recreation facilities offer the state's war-m a r o o n e d travel public ample opportunities for stay-athome vacations, the research division of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce declared Speech Correction for Handicapped Children is the title of a workshop course to be given for the first time at Florida State College for Women during the second term of the summer session. July 23-August 25 and those interested may consult the college J. M. Lee. comptroller, expresses to the taxcayrs deep and abiding appreciation for the manner in which they have responded to the tax laws • r the past tour years, thereby building up the greatest net balances ever :n the history' of the state. Expenditures of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Palestine Foundation Fund and Jewish National Fund — the constituents of the United Palestine Appeal — during the seven-month period between October 1. 1944 and April 30. 1945. amounted to S18.415.738 The first passenger ship to arrive from Europe since the cessation of hostilities reached Palestine recently, carrying 394 Jewish refugees. including 138 children from Spain after a sojourn in Switzerland ... A new home for refugee children financed by the Pioneer Women's Organization located at Nathanya in Palestine is now open. rhe publication of Edrr.or.d de Rothschild — Palestine Pioneer.' a biographical work, byveteran Zionist close friend of the late Baron, was announced this week ry the Zionist Organization of rica Dr Moses Emhom. Xew York gastroenterologist and •-..:: : the Harofe Haivn. is flying to Palestine where he will remain for about two months. Silence assure victory! Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! PIONEER WOMEN TO SPONSOR CRUISE A moonlight cruise aboard the seven Seas, leaving Pier 5 1 -. V\ b f. held Tuesday evening] J ul >" 24m. at 8:15 o'clock, for • the benefit of the Child** Rescue Fund. Sponsored bv the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. Henrv Seithn *>3947. or Mrs. I. Shapoff. 4-4034 Arrangements are under the supervision of Mrs. Barbara Green: berg, chairman. BETH DAVID LADIES GUESTS OF MRS. ISADOR COHEN The Board of Directors of the Beth David S.sterhood were luncheon guests recentlv at the home of Mrs. Isador Cohen. 1876 7S. W. 10th Street, at time plans were discussed for the activities of the sisterhood for the coming fall and winter. I The first regular meeting will be held on August 22nd. The meeting was presided over by I Mrs. Jack August, president, who I appointed a committee to take | under advisement of remodeling of the basement of the syna! gogue to be used for Sunday school classes, playrooms for the children and adult meeting rooms. This committee is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Isidor Fine. NEW FORCES ... The Jewish Theological Seminary of America has b*> mustering "new forces," largely from the Reform elements h American Jewry. Not only are these now well represented ^ its board of directors, but its faculty too now includes men wh formerly served in rabbinical seminaries of the Reform W Prof. Shalom Spiegel, who teaches medieval Hebrew literatur at the Jewish Theological Seminary, served as profeatoi mH librarian at the Jewish Institute of Religion for quite a numho of years. And Dr. Abraham Heschel, a refugee scholar whom the Hebrew Union College brought to this country, has not, gone over to the faculty of the Seminary. On the other hand rumors are persistent in New York that the trustees of that city's Congregation Emanu-El are considering a "Conservative" rabbi to fill its pulpit when and if it becomes vacant. fu. turning to the Jewish Theological Seminary, a campaign is now being carried on for it in cooperation with the United Synagogue and the Rabbinical Assembly. According to Dr. Robert Gordis, the ultimate objective of this campaign is to lay the foundations for an "American Judaism" farsighted n its contemplation of the future. Perhaps you recall that the term "American Judaism" was often used as a synonym for Reform Judaism in America. Apparently the leaders of Conservative Judaism in this country are bent upon appropriating the title for their own use. THE WAR EFFORT ... We read a great deal about the rabbis who have entered the armed forces as chaplains. But there are other rabbis who, while not eligible for military service, have managed to find opportunities to contribute to the nation's war effort. Thus, for example, the R'-v. Dr. Bbnon Cohen, formerly of New York's Temple Beth-El, and more recently Research Director of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, has been building airplane wings for B-29's. He has been doing this work for more than a year and a half now. Many Bibles are being distributed among the men and women in the armed forces. The story goes that some of these Bibles were made available as a result of the practice of liquor wholesalers who forced retailen to purchase copies of the Good Book at S16.50 a dozen in order to be permitted to buy whiskey. We wonder whether thou Bibles are Catholic, Protestant or Jewish. Incidentally, tin National Jewish Welfare Board has been distributing matf thousands of Bibles among the armed forces without resortinj to such questionable methods of paying for them. QUESTIONS ... The Hillel Foundation is functioning on the campuses of the several municipally owned colleges in Greater New York, i and doing a grand job there. But why doesn't Hillel extend its very good work to benefit the thousands of Jewish students at private colleges such as Columbia and New York University? Is there any special reason? Who is the lawyer whom the Ann-Defamation League has expelled from its board? It is said that he represented certain real estate interes's which opposed the rent laws recently enacted by the New York State Legislature. FORUM New York is to have a new Jewish institution—a public forum where Jewish communal problems, both national and local, are to be openly discussed. This forum is tc be established very soon indeed. And we are reliably inforrred that this forum will be directed by a distinguished liberal end aggressive rabbi who is now the spiritual leader of a progressive synagogue in Brooklyn. ABOUT PEOPLE Friends, admirers and colleagues of Dr. Chairr. Tchernowitz. formerly Rabbi of Odessa and now Professor oi Taimud at the Jewish Institute of Religion, are planning a gesture of homage to this distinguished scholar. It will take the form of a Tribute Volume of learned essays on Jewish lore and literature by eminent scholars and writers from every part of the world. Professor Harry A Wolfson of Harvard has drawn a deep sigh of relief now that his two-volume work on Philo. the foundations of religious philosophy in Judaism. Christianity and Islam, has gone to press. The book is to be issued by -he Harvard University Press, and is expected to stimulate a great deal of new interest in the study of the philosophy of monotheistic religions. ^^__ RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastne* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-tfW Foe a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the Ocean View Hotel iff3 Restaurant 158 OcMn Drire — Miami Beach Serving From 5 to I P. M. — Opea All Sum For Reterratkms Phone S-MS2



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FHIDAY. JU LY 20, 1945 'Jewisti fkridian PAGE FIVE < THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) OUFSTION: What does the word "Daven" or "Daven'n" mean? ,.~ ANSWER: The word "Daven is the colloquial Jewish expres^ on for the verb which means "to pray.' The word "Davenn is th'' ""tin describing the act of praying or the liturgy of nraycr The source of this word is disputed among the various sources. Some trace it to the Aramaic word for "fathers" or "patriarchs" (Avon). In this sense the word "Daven" may be said to be descriptive of the fact that our praying originated with the patriarchs. Others derive this word from that Latin / ^ Lira. MCJEJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE 0TFICUU.V KFKSENT THE MAJORITY Of NMTHN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES kfrnranon Gladly FuiniAtd en Rtqunl WING MIAMI BEAM I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR word "divinus." In this sense the word would be indicative of a communicative spirit with the divine' being and prayer would be the means of communication from the mortal to th e divine. Many believe it to be simultaneously derived from the English word dawn. In this sense it would articulate the obligation of praying at daybreak or perhaps prayer may be regarded as bringing "dawn" to the soul. Others venture to connect it with the Arabic "Da'weh" meaning to kindle or light. This may be the forerunner of our word dawn implying the same interpretation as we have offered for the relationship of "Daven" to Dawn. The Arabic root may also have been intended to mean invitation thereby implying a pleading relationship between the individual and his God through prayer. QUESTION: What does the word "Siddur" mean? ANSWER: Th P word "Siddur" is the colloquial Jewish expression for the "prayer-book" used for the week-day and Sabbath services. The word is taken from the word "seder" meaning ||order." In other words the "Siddur" is the arrangement or order of the prayers. Idelsohn claims a historic background for the custom of calling the prayer by the name "Siddur." The first authentic compilation of prayers which was edited by Rev. Amrom Gaon in the year 875 was called "Seder" or "Sidur"—the order of Rav Amram. Since then, it seems that any compilation of standard prayer books was called "Sidur." In Germany and also among some Sephardic Jews the prayer book is called "Tefillah." This word simply comes from the word "prayer" and is the most basic name for a prayer book. QUESTION: What does the word "Mahzor" mean? ANSWER: The colloquial name for the prayer-book composed for the holiday service is "Mahzor." The word basically means "cycle." It was originally used to denote a calendar. Later it was taken over and applied to the poetical insertions in the prayers of the whole cycle of the year. Nevertheless, for the present discussion, among prayers of Jews today the term "Mahzor" is applied only to the ritual (liturgic) of the holidays in which the specially composed poetry called "piyyut" was incorporated. Since the succession of the various holidays composes a "cycle" the term is still preserved in its original connotation. Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Conservative Lending" has meant safety and security for home owners and investors. For over a decade Dade Federal has been a leading financial institution of Greater Miami. It has placed millions of dollars in first mortgages and enjoys the confidence of home owners and investors because of its sound judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt service and low interest rates. Dude Federal invites you to consult with them concerning your financial and home mortgage problems. RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000 ftAMTEDERAL OF MIAMI <*5 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE JOSEPH M. LIPTOM... PRESIDENT Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. Mark the name of Eugene R. FJitcraft in your memory book. Many of you will recall Flitcraft as the organizer of the socalled Gentile Cooperative Association. The recent order of the Illinois Superior Court in revoking this associations charter will serve to refresh our reader's recollection as to the purport of Flitcraft's organization. Said Judge Graber, "Th P purposes of said corporation are calculated to incite and foment unrest, racial and religious antagonisms and discriminations, all to the public injury and detriment. This court is convinced that this is one of those subversive organizations, the same as the Ku Klux Klan, the Silver Shirts, and the rest. It is absolutely contrary to the ideal of our form of government. It arrays class against class and group against group, building up prejudice and intolerance." This past week a Gentile business directory made its appearance in Illinois. Its publisher, you guessed it,—Eugene R. Flitcraft; its purpose. "This Gentile business directory is only for 'Gentiles who prefer to do business with other Gentiles.' This book is made possible by the cooperation of the Gentile merchants and they respectfully invite all to step into their thousands of retail establishments all over Illinois to fulfill their shopping needs." Presumably, Flitcraft and his associates carefully edited the names appearing in the booklet. Yet, some of the firms mentioned have Jewish proprietors. Moreover, upon publication of this booklet letters were received from a number of firms listed strenuously objecting to the inclusion of their name in the booklet, contending it is unAmerican in conception and that it contributes to racial unrest. An investigation by the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith discloses that on the basis of numerous contacts with many of the well-known retail establishments listed in this directory, the names of these firms, in the main, were incorporated without any knowledge or consent on the part of the firms. It was in this same fashion that names of many Jewish firms were included. In a release to the press, the League declared, "The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is very deeply concerned with the possible injustice done to those firms whose names are included in this directory but who do not subscribe to the puiport of the statemen quoted. Most of these firms have enjoyed outstanding reputation and have been vigorous in advancing every constructive civic end e a v o r calculated to unite Americans of all races and creeds. The unauthorized use of their names may result in w i d e-s p r e a d misconception which conceivably could seriously affect their status in the several communities. In justice to all such firms, we deem it important to reveal that all inquiries thus far made indicate a disavowal of any knowledgp of the contemplated listing and a complete repudiation of the divisive purpose of Mr. Flitcraft's publication." Flitcraft is asking $12.00 for one of these booklets, which should cost about 25 cents, according to a reliable estimate of publication costs. Flitcraft calls his Gentile Cooperative Association "not-for-profit organization!" "Flitcraft, an associate of some of America's notorious agitators also prints the monthly tabloid! Gentile News," said the Chicago Sun. "It usually carries articles by Gerald L. K. Smith and other rabble rousers, including advertisements for Ainslee E. Homey. 509 Roscoe Street, the so-called "Hoosier Patriot" whose distribution of anonymous literature of anti-Semitic nature recently aroused the ire of the Illinois State Senate." Flitcraft promises future editions of this directory and also indicated plans to issue similar ones for other states. After the league's expose, however, it is doubtful whether Flitcraft will find this a profitable source of revenue. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad and family leave this week for a sojourn in the north. 101 E. Flagler St. Organized 1902 of Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA EDWARD C. ROMPH, President LAURENCE ROMPH, Assistant to the President STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call, June 30, 1945 RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due from Other Banks $19,649,826.44 U. S. Government Securities, Direct or Guaranteed 71,877,687.46 State and Municipal Securities 441,176.36 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Other Securities Loans and Discounts Bank Premises and Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expense Other Assets $91,968,690.26 90,000.00 138,340.19 4,650,530.99 708,148.79 8,626.00 242,981.33 54,199.18 3,199.66 $97,864,716.40 LIABILITIES Deposits: Demand Savings $51,877,065.68 8,066,241.86 United States Government15,550,254.38 State and Municipal 9,302,894.28 Deposits of Banks Other Deposits Capital Account: Common Stock Surplus 8,137,674.47 716,897.74 $93,651,028.41 Undivided Profits Reserve for Dividend 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 969,222.63 60,000.00 Income Collected, Not Earned Reserve for Taxes and Other Expenses Other Liabilities 4,029,222.63 4,208.46 170,151.90 10,105.00 $97,864,716.40 United States Government Securities carried at $30,639,000.00 in the foregoing statement are pledged to secure public and trust deposits and for other purposes required by law. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION BUY MORE WAR BONDS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARLEY AND ANDY'S GROCERY intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANDY MARCHINSKY MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 7/13-20-27 8/3-10 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE NO. 39748 Notice is hereby given that LIsbeth G. Scarborough holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 4962, dated the 1st day of June. A. D 1942, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 3. Block 22. Riverside Farms Amended, Plat Book 2. Page 88. in the City of Miami. County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was In the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 1st day of August. A. D. 1945. Dated this 27th day of June. A. D. 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT. D. C. 6/29 7/6-13-20-27 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage "i 5WBSJ? ""ider the fictitious name A f i. ALT n N 'SPORTSWEAR at 1668 A. Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAX SHEREMETA. ISAAC JOFFE S le Wner ,., A i orney for Applicant 6/22-29 7/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO. (not Inc.) at 6i South Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN SALUK ABRAHAM SALUK Owners GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants 6/29 7/6-13-20-27 You cant quit now I You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 FILE A9209 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that James and Julia Shugrue holders of County Tax Certificate No 2168 issued the 7th day of June, A. D. 1943, have filed same in my office, and have made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: Lot 23, Block 6, Semlnole i^awns, a Sub.. Plat Book 16, B, aK e S '2., ,h .S County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the. name of: Comm. Bk. & Tr. Co. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of August, 1945, which la the 6th day of August, 1945. Dated this 27th day of June, 1946. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, D. C. 6/29 7/6-13-20. NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GEE-REEN CANDY COMPANY at 65 N. E. 24th Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • I. W. GREEN LEON GREEN ALBERT A. GREEN JOSEPH ARAGO MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/13-20-27 8/3-10 % 



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PAGE SIX *Jeisl> ncridlan FRIDAY, JULY 20. 1945 RED CROSS HOME SERVICE TRYING TO AID The Home Service department of the Dade County Red Cross chapter has on file a number of messages from persons in countries formerly occupied by the enemy, which have been undelivered because the addresses cannot be located. Due to the length of time required for a message to come through international channels, people may have moved and left no forwarding address, or incorrect addresses may have been provided. Some of the messages are of long standing. The Red Cross is most anxious to locatp the persons listed below, and is making an effort to clear the files, as the message service is being gradually discontinued, since mails are open now to many countries in N OW, more than ever, you want *to stay on the job and do your full share of the work which must be done. Headache, Muscular Pains, Simple Js'euralgia, Functional Monthly Pains slow you down, interfere with your work, spoil your fun. Have you ever tried DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills when any of these common pains have made you miserable? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are pleasant to take, and prompt in action. They do not upset the stomach or make you constipated. A single tablet usually brings relief. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are compounded under the superVision of competent chemists. •Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store. Regular package 2."i, Economy package $1.00. Read direct i ris and take only as directed. / Europe, and direct contact is therefore available without recourse to foreign messages. Mail facilities may be vented eit ie 5 thru the post office or*the Red Cross. Agencies in several European countries are undertaking to locate persons who have been displaced due to the war and inquiries as to location may be made through certain allied agencies in this country. Further information about this service may be obtained by calling the Red Cross Home Service Department, 9-1613. KEEP JAPS IN THE DARK. SAYS O.W.I. There may be a tendency to relax our caution about war information now that Nazi Germany has been defeated and only Japan is left, says a Fact Sheet, "Keep the Japs in the Dark!", issued by OWL But actually, secrecy has never before been so important in this war, for the following reasons: 1. Large numbers of troops are being re-deployed from EuI rop P to the Pacific, many by way of the United States. They i will have, and their friends and relatives may learn, facts about their weapons, tactics, taining, and future assignments which would be of immense value to the Japanese enemy. 2. Surprise is a vital factor in I delivering the final blows to Japan, but as we close in surprise becomes more difficult. Only by preserving the utmost secrecy here al home can surprise be i achieved on the fighting front. 3. Many war workers are shifti ing jobs, cither to other war I jobs or in some cases leaving war work. These workers will I all have information which, if it leaks out, can be of use to the Japs in prolonging the war and costing American lives. NOTICE WOFFORD CRUISES (Successors to Nikko Cruises) 24th Bt. and Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Offering z Different Trips THE TRIP BEAUTIFUL Through the islands and waterwaya of Miami Beach $1.00 2.1-Hour Trip — $1.00 Daily, 10:00 A.M. 1:30 4:00 P.M. South Bay Trip—3 Hours To the Fabulous Deering Estate $1.00 Daily. 2:00 P.M. $1.00 Reservation*! Necessary Phone 5-7033 or 5-62M 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. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 iiiiiwimiiiiHim umiHMim ITOUBY I PAINTING ICO. JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: 1945 ROSH HASHONAH Saturday, Sept. 8 Sunday. Sept. 9 YOM KIPPUR Monday. Sept. 17 SUCCOTH Saturday, Sept. 22 to Sunday, Sept. 30 CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday. Nov. 30 YIZKOR or Memorial Services for the departed are conducted on the following Holidays: YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 CIRCLE CLUB TO SPONSOR CARD GAME The Workmen Circle's Women's Club of Branch 692 will sponsor a card and bingo party on Sunday, July 22. The affair will begin in the afternoon at 4 o'clock and continue all evening. It will be held at the Lyceum, 25 Washington avenue. Refreshments will be served. Reservations can be made by calling Mrs. M. Jacobs 3-2657. The proceeds will be used to open a Jewish Schule. $10,000 TO AID NEWLY LIBERATED INTERNEES To relieve the immediate needs of approximately 800 internees recently liberated from Wesierborck concentration camp. J. D. C. has appropriated S10.000 as a one-time grant. A total of $120,000 has already been budgeted for the 20-20.000 Jews who suri vive in Holland. | DON'T CUSS O. P. A.; REMEMBER A. P. O.'s The next time you feel like complaining about the O. P. A. remember that there are a lot of men and women with an A. P O. who would be glad to exchange places with you. The more fully you cooperate with the O. P. A. the sooner these service men and women will get rid of their A. P. O., and. of course, the sooner you will be able to do without the O. r\ A. —Jewish Outlook. Pittsburgh. MISS FINKELSTEIN IS HEAD OF ACTIVITIES Miss Eva Finkelstein, who risked her life during the occupation of Warsaw by carrying on J D. C. activities underground iii cooperation with the heroic David Guzik, has been appointed head of the "Jewish Affairs Desk" established by the military government at Salzburg. Buy More War Bonds. DATES ASSIGNED POP DADE'S RACE TRACKS yesChairman Jack Baldwin of a, ** ^e assi d "R tracks •alai fronton well as horses, following the Florida Racing commission terday announced the ;„. ment of dates of dog track??,; the Biscayne jai-alaf fronton^ WPII as hr>ru f,.n„..T lon commission meeting here l week. iasl Hialeah drew the choice wi„ ter dates, opening Jan. 17 a 'V closing March 4. Tropical Park was awarded the fii.al 40 davT opening March 5 and closm. April 19. Gulfstream was aS ed the opening 40 days starting December 1. !" The Dade county dog tra c w were awarded 80 nights. West Flagler will open the season N ov 15 and operate through Feb 20 The Miami Beach meeting wili get under way Jan. 9 and run until April 11. Biscayne Kennel club's opening was set for Feb. 28 and closing May 31. The Biscayne jai-alal fronton opens Dec. 1 for 90 nights. POLISH JEWS TO GET AID FROM I.D.C. From tiny Cochabamba in Bolivia, where there are only 900 Jewish souls (850 are newcomers, of whom 200 still require aid themselves) has come 55,000. which will be used by J. D. C. for work in Poland. This represents half of a campaign goal of $10,000. undertaken on their own initiative by the Jews of Cochabamba who wished to help the destitute Jews in Poland. LEGAL NOTICES 1.1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that e undersigned, desiring i" engage business umlw the fictitious name SNO-CREME, al 6 W. Flagler St.. 1:1 mi. Florida, Intends t<> register iii name with the Clerk of the Cirn court ^f Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR II I'.UKSSI.Ki: .NAT FREEMAN SON KAl'I.AN Attorney for Applicants, 2-i7 8 :t-l-17 Custom-Made Seat Covers Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3S41 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. 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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945 +Jewistncridiiiaiin (^TEB MM JJBMWWnf^COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service PAGE SEVEN SERVICE H J*. f\ F\ ^ PARADE! Stanley Kolber, son of Mr. and Mrs Abiaham Kolber, 1244 Pennsylvania Avenue, received his promotion to first lieutenant on Juno 13th after serving five months In the Pacific, taking part in ttie invasion of several of the islands. His present address is: First Lt. Stanley Kolber 17th Inf. Co. C, First Battalion, APO 7, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan, 1633 Jefferson Avenue, have received an oil painting entitled, "Nurses Quarters," which was painted by their son, Sgt. jerom. Kaplan while stationed in Italy. This painting won Sgt. Kaplan first prize in a contest conducted by the Red Cross ChapM in Italy. Sgt. Kaplan has been in the army for three years of which two have been spent overseas with the 78th Hospital Unit and a dental technicist. He has been in the European theater of operations but is now enroute to a new assignment. Sg 1 Melville Letaw. recently discharged from the Army Air Force i.s expected to arrive next week as the guest of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind, 1900 S. W. 9th St. Sgt. Letaw has served in the armed forces for three years and was in the European theater for many months as tail gunner. He made his home in Miami with his parents, Mrs. Anna Letaw and the late Mi. Louis Letaw, before entering the service. H P is a graduate of Miami High. A discharged veteran at 19, Sgt. Sheridan F. Kimmel, former Miami Beach High school student, is back home. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Kimmel, 831 Ninth St., Miami Beach, he is one of three brothers retimed from overseas duty. Sheridan, who enlisted in the Marines when he was 16, has an honorable medical discharge after Pacific duty which included action in the Gilbert and Marshall islands. First Lt. Jesse A. Kimmel, who has the Air Medal with three clusters, writes from Santa Barbaa, Calif., he expects to be home soon after completing 500 flying hours in the Pacific. He was in the first group to bomb the Philippines. Another brother, Arthur, former Miami attorney, is stationed in Norfolk, Va., after 20 months' sea duty as skipper of a PC operating in the Atlantic and Pacific areas. A brother-in-law, Lieut, (jg) Theodore Hankoff, who has been overseas 20 months. His wfe lives at 4416 Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. The processing of Major Meyer M. Silverman, 440 14th St., Miami Beach, has been completed at reception station 19, Camp Blanding, and he is now on temporary duty for 30 days at home, prior to returning to active service either in the United States or Pacific theater. First Lt. Bernard E. Gerstner, 26, a B-29 Super Fortress navigator, was killed May 29 on a mission over Yohahama, the War Department has notified his wife, Mrs. Edith Grestner, of 216 Espanola way, Miami Beach. Lt. Gerstner was graduated from New York university. New York City, and was employed on the West Coast before entering the service in 1942. He had completed 22 missions with the 21st bomber command of the 20th air force and been awarded the distinguished flying cross with two oak leaf clusters. Sgt. David S. Goldiine, has left by plane for the Pacific, alter spending a 15-day leave with his mother, Mrs. J. Dolgin, 900 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach. He has been in the serv1 ke over three years evacuating wounded from lilt European theater to the United States and will continue this type of work in the Pacific. Bernard Plotkin has recently arrived in Miami Beach, from Chicago, where he has just received a two-year degree from the University of Chicago. Plotkin, a former Miami Beach High school graduate, expects to be called to the service within two months. He has two brothers in seryi e. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Plotkin, 1240 Lenox Pfc. Stanley Hayman was among the men whose courage and unfaltering devotion to duty caused a penetration of the first defenses of the Siegfried Line. Winner of the Bronze Star medal for this action, his citation points out that "the foothold gained enabled the engineeras to advance and with demolitions blow a path through the "dragons' teeth" through which our armor could pass. At th P same time, by maintaining their position, it was possible for the company to enter Steifeld the next morning in force." Son of Mrs. Ree Hayman, 1455 Washington ave., Miami Beach, he is stationed in Germany. Capt. I. L. Fishbein, former Miami Beach physician, has returned to his home, 1544 Meridian aye., to spend a 30-day leave with his wife and family. He has served 33 months with the medical corps in North Africa, Italy, Belgium, France and Holland. Pvt. Stanford Seiden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Seiden, 1311 15th terrace, Miami Beach, this week was graduated from one of the AAF training command's airplane mechanics training courses at Keesler field. Arthur Shandloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Shandloff, 350 S. W. *lst Road, somewhere in the Pacific, sent his parents several snap shots of himself taken together with two local men. Sol oirkin and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Animi has been in service mree y, ars with the Engineer Corp. "The enclosed snapshots are one ol Sol Serkin and myself ana ore of Baron de Hirsch eyer and myself in front of our plane," he writes. "The lite cats are missions that our trew flew and at this writing Pey have 29 under their belt. Li t P! 00 8 Ietter very much and I thmk I could improve it y ei> little. Since it is flower umnvmt, time, I'll say that for mo imd myself you two are our religion. Since religion is faith and faith is what you make it— you two are our faith and religion. I don't know of anything you ever told us that ever really counted that we didn't do. Yesterday Maury Goldstein, from Jax, walked in on me. He, Sol and myself, spent the day together. I roomed with Sol my first year at college and with Maury my second year. What a war!" Bob, his brother, is now a patient" at Finney Hospital in Thomasville, Georgia where he is recuperating from wounds received while in action in France. In service for two years. Bob was driving a sixty-ton tank with General Patton's Army, and was wounded in the right arm and neck. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine, 311 N. E. 28th St. received word that their son Jerry was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. He already holds the Silver Air Medal and the Presidential Citation, with a number of clusters. Last week Jerry completed his 170th mission. He was a member of the force when the Burma Road was recaptured. Twentyfour years old, he has been in the service three years. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Florida. Lt. Earle Hamilton is spending a leave with his wife and child arriving here from England. He flew a number of missions over Germany and prior to his overseas duties was instructor of navigation in Casper, Wyoming. He is stopping with his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad, Miami Beach. Pfc. Irving W. Ehrens is spending his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ehrens, 2526 S. W. 15th St. Pfc. Ehrens has been in service for three years, spending about a year in the European theatre and was a prisoner of war for five months. He was with the 160 Infantry Division. AARON GOLDENBLANK RETURNING HOME Mr. Max Goldenblank, 9 N. W. South River Drive, left for Jacksonville Saturday to join his son T/Sgt. Aaron Goldenblank, returning from 26 months overseas. Sgt. Goldenblank, who has been overseas with the 4th Infantry division, will spend his 30-day furlough traveling with his father. They will stop in New York and then leave for San Antonio, Texas where they will visit with Mr. Goldenblank's daughter, Mrs. Albert Barer. Aaron was active in local youth affairs having spent his entire boyhood in this city. He attended University of Florida, majoring in accounting. f FAREWELL PARTY FOR SALLY SILVERSTEIN A cocktail farewell party was tended to Lt. Irma Sally Silverstein by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein. 1568 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, on Friday, July 13th, the eve of her departure to Camp Rucker, Ozark. Ala. After her basic training in the Nurses' Army Corps she will be assigned to Moore General Hospital at Swannanoa. N. C. L.t. Silverstein, a graduate of Miami Beach" High School, attended the University of Miami as well as the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. She is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Heeding the call for nurses she trained at the John Hopkins Hospital School for Nurses at Baltimore, graduated and attained her R. N. degree. After V-J Day or soon thereafter she intends to resume her studies at college for further degrees. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. Abraham J. Kaplan, of Miami Beach, was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the corps of military police at Camp Bullis, school branch of Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., at the graduation of the 34th officer candidate class of the provost marshal general's school June 30. In civil life before entering the army Lt. Kaplan was an attorney-at-law and in the service, prior to receiving his commission, he served air intelligence and military police. Flight Officer Kenneth M. Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Meyerson of 622 15th St., Miami Beach, has just completed a course in celestial navigation at Hondo army air field, Texas, and has received a dual rating as bombardier-navigator. Ens. Jesse Simon, 1927 N. W. Third st., is spending a short leave here before reporting to his base in Baltimore. Simon, a radio operator in the maritime service, recently returned from Italy. A, February graduate of Miami Beach High school, Ensign Simon is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon of the same address to join the service. His brother, Lt. (jg) Harold Simon, has been in the South Pacific, serving as an executive officer of a PT squadron. Lt Simon will arrive home on furlough in August. First Lt. Frank E. Solomon has been awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in Germany March 25, it was learned. Lt. Solomon, who lives at 1066 N. W. First st., entered officer candidate school in November, 1942, with rank of corporal. Alka-SeltzeiT l-f AVE you tried Alka-Selt•" r for Gu on Stomach, Sour Stomach, "MorningAfter" and Cold Distress? If not, why not? Pleasant, prompt in action, effective. Thirty cents and Siity cents. NERVINE "POR relief from Functional Ner* %  vous Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability. Nerrsns Headschs and Nervous Indigestion. Tablets 35* and 75*, Liquid 25f and $1.00. Read directions and use only as directed. ANTIPAIN PILL A SINGLE Dr. Miles Anti•* Pain Pill often relieves Headache, Muscular Pains or Functional Monthly Pains —25 for 25*, 125 forSl.00. Get th-m at your drug store. Read directions anduseonly as directed. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure If • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producto" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Palm Beach Notes MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICK. ISfsSSSSSSattt) Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lesser and son, Shepard, returned from Rome, Georgia where they visited with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman, 1115 Okachobee Rd., returned after six weeks in Chicago, their former home. manship of J. Glasser, president. Holiday matters of the congregation were discussed. Beth El. Sisterhood sponsored a card party at Sher Memorial Hall last week. Congregation Beth El, held a special meeting under the chairM. J. Glasser conducted Friday night services for residents and servicemen at Beth El last week. ALFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'* Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the .Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro SSa eKBAJkel ducti and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beack No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. : *'



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PAGE EIGHT vjewisii flcridian FRIDAY, JULY HOME FOR AGED MAY BUY M. BEAC H HOTEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) organization was given the go signal by the directors at a meeting last Thursday to add a kitchen to the present home and to proceed with preparations for the dedication and formal opening set for October 1. Estimated cost for the kitchen and equipment will not exceed $5,000, I. C. Greenbcrg building chairman estimated. Following a lengthy discussion the directors voted that its subcommittee continue to confer with the Federation and make plans for the affiliation of the home as a member agency of Federation. These discussions, under way for several months, have materialized following a survey made here recently by Michael Freund national authority. This study was made under the direction of the Federation committee on community needs. A number of additions were made to the board and the present officers and directors are: Mayer H. Frankel, president: Mrs. lsldor Cohen, honorary president: tins Trau, vice president: Leo itoi>ini thy Borenstein, Daniel Broad, Bhepard Broad, J. Chaves, Mrs. Isldor Cohen, Harrj Danxlger, N. II. Darsky, I. Max er ll Prank* I, I : i"ner, Nathan Glasser, Max Greenberg, Abraham Goodman, Benjamin K % %  ll Le\ m. Mrs. Fanny Land, Mrs. Anna B. Mi %  Ma \ I "in ii/.. I. Pi arlsteln, M. Rappaport, S. Relnhard, San Rltter, Leo Robinson, Moi i Is K Rubin, Harold Spaet, Monte Si lig, S Pred K. Shochet, : Mm l :• njamln Sherry, 'ins Ti a ;. Sj dm y Wi Intraub, Ml %  Rose \\ ;--. Joi : i' Zalls, Mai.: J V. man. Ladies' auxiliary representatives: Mrs Joel iv Zalls, president Mrs B Levine, Mrs. Lena Mason and Mrs >' %  v Welntraub, OBITUARIES HERMAN DRUCKER Herman Drueker, 75, of 756 Meridian ave Miami Beaeh. a retired Jeweler who came here eight yean awn from New York city, died Sunday. Druoker*a two brothers. Merits and Siginund Drueker, ami a son, Joseph Druoker, operate Miami Beach Jewelry stores. Also surviving; are his wife. Mrs. Reglna Drueker; another son. Nathan, navy overseas, and a daughter, Mrs. Dora Topol. New York city. The funeral was held Tuesday from Riverside Memorial .hapel. with burial in Mount NebO cemetery. ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO II You Axe in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 CHARNA ESTRIN Mrs. t'harna Kstrin 57. a Miami Beach resident for two years, died Saturday at her home. 17745 Meridian ave. She formerly lived In New York city. Surviving are lur husband, Morris Kstrin. and two daughters, Mrs. Miriam liai and Miss Ann Kstrin, all of Miami Beach. The funeral was held Monday from Gordon Funeral home, with burial in Mount Nebo rrtlli'lt-n INFANT DAUGHTER Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stutsky, 71 :l X. W. 11th ave., died Saturday A brother. Jackie. also survives. Services were conducted Monday at Gordon Funeral home. with burial in Mount Nebo cemetery, WHAT-WHERE WHEN Tuesday. July 24 Tempi.Beth shoiom Sisterhood, card party and social evening. 1'an American Room, Blackstone Hotel, S ; I III p. m. Wednesday. July 25 Army-Navy Committee meeting. Federation office. 3:30 p. in.: Miami YMllA. general membership meetin*:. 8:30 p. m. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, 137 N E. 19th St.—KeKular services Kndaf evening at 8:18 P. m. Rabbi Sau Applebaum will conduit services ami preach The confirmation ol Eugene, son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert 1-.. Rosenthai, will take p lace. MIAMI JEWISTTORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday morning services at a. m. Schaarol Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. YV. 3rd Street, Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday mornliikservices at 9 a. in. Daily services i 00 a. m. and 7:1.) p. m. BETH DAVID" CONGREGATION, Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.— Regular services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services il jo a. m. Dally Mlnyan. Hebrew School daily from Monday through Thursday. 9 a. m. until 12. Radios — Phonographs P. A. Systems — Auto Radios Electrical Contracting Electrical Appliances Refrigeration — Motors — Fans LYONS Radio Electrical Service Telephone 2-7618 440 S. W. 8th Street TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Liberal, 761 41st Street, Miami Beach.— Friday evening services at 6:45. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.—Friday evening service at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at S:30 a m. Schalos Seudos at 7:30 p. m. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant. Slimmer sessions of tin religious school Monday llirmiKh Friday, from : %  to 11'. MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sunday* 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 Rabbi Joseph E. Rack onb 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP PHOHC 3 26C3 DO YOU NEED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK? If you want a girl for Day Work—at a moment's notice—one who is reliable and competent call PHONE 2-2648 ALLEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 420 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabhas at 7:15 p. m. Friday evening. Saturday morning services at !• a. m. Mlncha service! at 7 :'." p m. and Maariv at S p. m. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beech OPEN ALL YEAR AiR CONDITIONED 11 .M|I i | hi •! III.II;> II-*II| nl fin* llrit. iltin,,, ,| Mutf.in Telephone 58-2979 ...ami so*$ the temperature I "Don't crowd, folks. It's just as hot on the fifteenth floor as it is down here on the first!" 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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WISH
VOLUME 18NUMBER 29
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
[I. AL PflLLDT TO
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Lt. Al Pallot, home on leave
from the European theater of
war, will address a general
LT. AL PALLOT
membership meeting at the
Town "Y" next Wednesday,
I July 25. at 8:30 o'clock.
Lt. Pallot is a past president
F o/ the "Y" and at the timP of his
enlistment into the navy, was a
member of its board of directors.
He will relate unique exped-
iences during his travels.
Lt. Pallot is a former Assist-
ant Attorney General of the
State of Florida and former at-
torney for Florida State Board
of Administration. Lt. Pallot
served as president of the Pro-
bus Club, Esquire in the Miami
SJU lodge, member of the
water Miami Army-Navy Com-
mittee, Miami director of Pub-
lic Relations of the Junior Bar
Section of the American Bar
association, and a member of
*a a county and Florida
ana American Bar Associations.
was a member of the execu-
te committee of the B'nai
nth (.i.md Lodge and vice-
President of the Florida Federa-
on o B'nai B'rith lodges. He
P?s<'President of the Miami
nf 1 '"' lodRe. Past master
\L Coc"nut Grove Masonic
tedfe and Past Patron of the
Older oi the Eastern Star.
.Reports of the various com-
mittee
chairmen of the "Y" as
.me progress of the institution
ures nf I^ftSSS- Movir>R Pie-
ces of pas, ..Y activities win
shown by Herman Waitsman.
diroetf ,proRram' under the
Ssenu.d"f aVe WeFi WiH be
taS?fWw wlU have a
on I l" h"ar the latest report
'his fall CaAal fund? *?">***"
will h \ Reneral discussion
ndoDini n ?n a new buildinK
be siBt m members wil1
^e public is invited.
ARRIVED JN_ LONDON
^SiVf H^ Moshe Sher-
""mt of th l,he PoI"'cal depart-
ed heroe.h0Wlsh ,Aency. ar"
,he world 7- Week to attend
*hich win Zlonist conference,
t. Wl" "Pen on July 31.
ference ^m Tood that the -
fit thro*"] la?1 six days- The
open. whilP ath s,essions wil1 be
e devo,'ie fthe last three wil1
of the FKmmittee t *&*" ,ActionS
that somn a i a understood
and sev-
FATHER OF MAI. ROSE
DIES AT DENVER HOME
Denver (WNS)Rabbi Sam-
uel Rose, father of Maj. Gen.
Maurice Rose, died at his home
here of old age, his condition
having been made worse by
grief over the slaying of his son
by a Nazi soldier in Germany
after the general's capture. The
son was commander of the Third
Armored Division.
Rabbi Rose took the news of
his son's death bravely, but a
few days later his health began
to fail.
RED CROSS AREA
REPRESENTATIVES
TO
Mrs. Frances C. Hutcheson
and Lcland F. Bunch, of the
Southeastern area Red Cross
personnel office, Atlanta, will ar-
rive in Miami July 26 to inter-
view applicants for paid Red
Cross positions.
During their five-day visit they
will interview women seeking
positions ether overseas or in
this country as military hospital
workers, women desiring club
recreational work with the arm-
ed forces overseas, and men in-
terested in becoming assistant
field directors.
Women applying for positions
as hospital workers must be 23
to 45 years of age. Needs are
for trained social workers to fill
supervisory, administrative and
staff positions; recreation work-
ers to plan, direct and conduct
recreation programs; and hospi-
tal workers to serve under pro-
fessional guidance in social case
work. Applicants accepted for
duty in this country must be
willing to be assigned anywhere
in the Southeastern area.
Applicants for club recrea-
tional work must be 23 to 35
years of age, and are needed to
operate clubmobiles, to serve in
Red Cross cubs and recreation
centers for the armed forces
overseas. No women with chil-
dren under 18 years will be con-
sidered for overseas duty.
Men 28 to 50, experienced in
dealing with people and who
participated in community rec-
reation activities, are eligible to
apply for positions as assistant
field directors. They are needed
for assignment, either to camps
in this country, or to retrained
units being sent overseas. Duties
are to counsel and assist service-
men on personal problems and
help keep morale high.
Applicants for these positions
are asked to call Mrs. John C.
Schroeter at Dade County Red
Cross personnel office, 275 N. W.
2nd St., telephone 3-1477 for an
interview.
AUTHOR IS LECTURING
TO MEN IN THE SERVICE
New York (JTA) Andre
Siegfried, thP author of "Amer-
ica Comes of Age," anti-Semitic
excerpts of which were used in a
correspondence course sent to
servicemen by the U. S. Armed
Forces Institute, is now lectur-
ing before American soldiers
and sailors in Paris, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned this
week.
Meanwhile, it was learned
that M. Siegfried was a member
of the French delegation to the
San Francisco conference, as an
expert on American affairs. He
does not hold any official posi-
tion in the French government.
The French Information Service
here said that as far as is known
Siegfried, who remained in
France during the Nazi occupa-
tion, did not participate in the
resistance movement. They as-
sered, however, that he was not
a collaborationist.
FOR BEACH HOTEL
Recent developments of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami as revealed this
week including negotiations for
the purchase of a Miami Beach
hotel, improvements to the pres-
ent quarters, election of addi-
tional board members and a
resolution to continue confering
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation with a view to afilli-
ation.
A concensus of opinion of the
directors is that the present
home located in Miami at 12th
Ave. and S. W. 4th St. was inade-
quate in view of the large num-
ber of applications for admission
prior to the opening of the home.
A committee under the chair-
manship of Mayer Frankel is
negotiating for the purchase of
the Helene Hotel on Miami
Beach. The hotel has 76 rooms,
2 kitchens, 350 seat dining room,
and large grounds. The report-
ed price was in the neighbor-
hood of $200,000.
It was also learned that there
was a move on foot to organize
residents surrounding the con-
templated property to object to
the establishment of the home
in that location.
The building committee of the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
SPLIT IN ZIONIST
RECALLING SILVER
New York (JTA)The seven-
months old split in the Ameri-
can Zionist movement ended at
1 A. M. last Friday when a meet-
ing of the Zionist Emergency
Council voted unanimously to
recall Dr. Abba Hillel Silver to
leadership of that body.
Under thP council's decision,
which came after several months
of protracted negotiations be-
tween Dr. Silver's supporters
and adherents of the policies of
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Silver
and Dr. Wise will be joint chair-
men of the emergency council,
while Dr. Silver will be sole
chairman of the council's execu-
tive committee which sets and
executes policy.
The executive committee will
also have three vice-chairmen
one each from the Poale Zion,
the Zionist Organization of
America and the Mizrachi, Ha-
yim Greenberg, Herman Shul-
man and Leon Gellman, respec-
tively. A representative of the
HadassahMrs. Rose Halprin
will remain as treasurer or be-
come a fourth vice-chairman de-
pending on which post the wom-
en's Zionist organization chooses.
A new top body, called the
Board of Officers, was created to
act in carrying out policy and
planning strategy between meet-
ings of the executive commit-
tee. It will consist of Drs. Sil-
ver and Wise, the three vice-
chairmen of the executive com-
mittee and the treasurer, with
Dr. Silver as chairman of the
board.
The reorganization agreement,
which was approved at a meet-
ing of the council held on Thurs-
day evening, July 12th, provides
that two of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America's designees on
the council shall be persons'
recommended by Dr. Silver and
that the Executive Committee
shall be enlarged by the addi-
tion of Louis Lipsky and Eman-
uel Neumann as members at
large.
LAUDERDALE RABBI TO
GO TO TEXAS TEMPLE
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron,
A.B., M.A., B.H.L., announced
that he has resigned his pulpit
at Temple Emanuel Ff. Lauder-
dale to accept an invitation to
serve the congregation of Tem-
ple Beth Israel at Austin, Texas.
Austin temple was one of his
first charges. With his daughter,
Joan, he will leave Fort Lau-
derdale Aug. 1 for Austin.
BETH SHOLOM TO
FEDERATION HAS
FOR COOD SERVICE
Judge Morris Berick, presi-
dent, announces the inaugura-
tion by Temple Beth Sholom of
The Campaign Planning com-
mittee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation met last Mon-
day for the first time since its
appointment by Max Orovitz
president. W. D. Singer was
unanimously chosen permanent
chairman.
A nominating committee,
whose duty it will be to select
a campaign chairman for the
1946 drive, was appointed and
will be headed by George Chert-
kof. Assisting him will be Stan-
ley C. Myers. M. J. Kopelowitz.
Harry Cornblum, W. D. Singer,
Joseph R. Stein and Mr. Orovitz
ex-officio.
Making its usual appearance at
this time of the year was the
"Year Book" topic. The question
of the Federation publishing a
list of its contributors and their
pledges was turned over to a
committee for further study.
Serving on this group are Jake
Sher. Harry Cornblum and Carl
Weinkle.
Following lengthy discussion
on campaign techniques and j
the advantages discovered last
year with the innovation of the
trades divisions, expansion of
these divisions are planned. To
further study the expanded pro- I
gram for this part of the drive,
M. J. Kopelowitz will chairman
a committee that will include Dr.
Louis Lytton, Nat Roth, Stuart
Gordon and Irving Frankel.
Additional meetings of the
Campaign Planning Committee
will be called regularly, Mr.
Singer stated. "We want as
much time as possible to plan
and prepare for the big job
ahead of us next year."
JUDGE MORRIS BERICK
the annual community service
award.
The community service award
will be made to that citizen of
Miami Beach who has contribut-
ed unselfishly to the betterment
of the community, thereby in-
spiring its citizens for a better
and finer community. Annual-
ly the award will be made by
Temple Beth Sholom during the
month of December.
Judge Berick announces the
appointment of the 1945 award
committee, being Mrs. Lester J.
Brons, prominent Miami Beach
welfare and social worker; Au-
gust Geiger, architect and presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce; Louis J. Kren-
sky, retired investment banker;
John Montgomery, publisher,
and Judson L. Owen, president
of the Mercantile National Bank
of Miami Beach.
EARLY RATIFICATION 529!L gg-fU
OF CHARTER IS URGED
Washington (JTA) Prompt
Senate ratification of the United
Nations Charter was urged by
the American Jewish Committee
and the Central Conference of
American Rabbis in memoranda
submitted to the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee.
The committee stressed the
"obvious interest" of Jews in
adoption of the charter and an-
ticipation of the early creation
under its aegis of a commission
for the promotion of human
rights.
ARE LIVING MISERABLY
MANY REFUGEES LAND
FROM ITALY, ENGLAND
Haifa (JTA) The biggest
transport of refugees to arrive
since the war disembarked this
week from the S.S. Matarda.
Among the 1,166 arrivals were
adults and children from France,
England and Italy. The bulk of
the immigrants 817 came
from France, while 159 were
from England and 150 from Italy.
Buenos Aires (JTA)Pointing
to the United Jewish Appeal in
the United States as an example,
Rabbi Joseph Lookstein, who is
here on a mission for the Joint
Distribution Committee, urged
Argentine Jews to unite their
various relief activities.
Rome (JTA)Two months af-
ter the defeat of Hitler, thou-
sands of "liberated" Jews in Eu-
rope are still living under mis-
erable conditions, and their ur-
gent needs are not being met, a
month-long survey by the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agencyduring
which their correspondent spoke
to hundreds of Nazi victims in
and out of camps in Austria,
Italy, Germany and Czechoslova-
kiareveals.
In camps for displaced persons
in Austria, hP found that the in-
mates were getting smaller ra-
tions than German prisoners. Lo-
cal officials excused themselves
on the ground that they did not
have sufficient supplies. In
Czechoslovakia he spoke to gaunt
young Polish Jews whom the
Nazis tried to starve to death,
and who, even now, are not get-
ting a minimum subsistence diet.
Many complained.about the mo-
notony and the poor quality of
the food.
Lacks of beds and bedding is
so common as to be taken for
granted by many of the hapless
people who are shunted from
one barracks to another, fn one
camp the correspondent saw 300
people sleeping on the floor of
a large shed, which comprised
part of the living quarters. They
had been there for more than a
month.
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FRIDAY. JULY
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise. Tami-
ami Hotel, left to spend two
months in the north.
PERSONALS
Dick and Josh Sirkin. sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024
N. Bay rd.. are spending their,
summer at Blue Mountain camp.
East Stroudsburg. Pa. They will
return to Miami Beach in mid-
September.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Swede,
of the Versailles hotel, arc spend-
ing two weeks at the Waldorf-
Astoria. New York.
UNVEILING
BIRTHS
Mrs. M. Drucker. 909 Euclid
ave.. wife of M. Drucker. who is
associated with A. S. Beck Shoe
Store. 450 Lincoln rd., is visiting
her mother in Charlotte. N. C.
Mrs. Drucker will be away for
two months.
Miss Edith Schulman. 739 11th
St., left to visit her sister, Mrs.
Beatrice Finn in Macon. Ga. Miss
Schulman. who is a sophomore
at the University of Miami, will
remain in Macon for two months
before returning to Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff.
3771 Roval Palm Avenue, left
the first of this week to spend
some time in Hendersonville.
N. C.
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, of the
Palmer Funeral Chapel and Mi-
ami Monument Co.. returned to
the city this week from a busi-
ness trip from Atlanta.
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LETRIES
- REET FLOOR
Mr. Mayer H. Frankel leaves
i Sundav to spend two months in
1 New York and vicinity. Mr.
| Frankel is the president of the
'Jewish Home of Greater Miami.
I His wife and daughter. Natalie,
will join him August 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloom-
field. Mian.: Beach, are vaca-
tioning in the New Hampshire
I mountains. Maine woods and
Massachusetts with friends and
[relatives. They will return Au-
gust 10.
Mr. H Diamond. 1045 Michi-
gan Avenue, left last week for
Saratoga Springs. his
vacation since coming to Miami
fifteen years ag< as a produce
wholesaler.
The unveiling of a monument
: to the memory of the late Mrs.
Rachel Herskovitz. will take
place at Mount Nebo Cemetary,
Sunday. July 22. at 12 noon.
Mr. S. H. Palmer ol tiie Mi-
ami Monument C mpany Miami
is in charge of arrangements.
The late Mrs. Herskoviti was a
prominent member of the Work-
men's Circle.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof
announce the addition to their
family of their daughter Carol
Faith.
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Miss Rose Bigelman. Jewish
Floridian staff member, and
Miss Rose Reiser, left Sunday
for a vacation of a month with
their parents in Rochester. N Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman
and son, 1565 Drexel Avenue,
left this week for a vacation in
Hendersonville. N. C.
Herman Silver. 1005 Meridian
ave.. is joining his wife. Bertha,
who is visiting her daughter.
Mrs. Al Gardner, in Montreal.
Canada. Mrs. Gardner has re-
cently given birth to a daugh-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Silver will
remain in Canada for three
months, returning to Miami
Beach October 10th.
The wedding ol Miss Beatrice
Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Goldberg of the Gol-
den Arms apartments, and Lt.
Jack Ross, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro-.- i :
New York, takes place July 22
at the Versailles hotel.
The bride-elect came here 18
months ago from Detroit.
The onlv attendant at the
wedding will be Frederick Mil-
ler, who will serve as best man.
Miss Goldberg, biide-elect of
Lt. Ross, I guest of honor at
a shower given by Mrs. Birdie
Ross and Mrs. Joseph Miller Fri-
day at the Versailles hotel.
After a honeymoon in Palm
Beach following their June 10
wedding. Sgt. Louis F. Gross-
man. USA, and Mrs. Grossman. '
the former Miss Hyla Gloria Bi-
lowitz. are living in Coral
Gables.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mayer Billowitz. 1760
Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach.
Sgt. Grossman s parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Grossman.
Portsmouth. N. H.. who came to
Miami Beach for the weddinfe.
PERSONALS
Milton A. Friedman returned
Sunday after spending a month
in South Carolina. While away
he attended the South Carolina
state B'nai B'rith Lodges execu-
tive committee meeting. He also
conferred with regard to the
newly organized youth commis-
sion with District five officers.
His wife and children remain in
Columbia visiting with her par-
ents.
Miss Helen Coleman, profes-
sional head of the local office of
the National Council of Jewish
Women has resigned her posi-
tion here and left to make her
home in New York. She will be
associated with the National
Refugee Service.
Mrs. William Tucker, Jr., is
visiting with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Roth.
20, 1945
PERSONALS
Dr. Leonard JaccWhaTT
cently returned fmm a *
week trip to New York fc,,
and New Hampshire Whit
New York he studied njjl?
niques m cardioic gy at ,u"
Cornell Medical C. nter and h!
Presbyterian hospital of r
Medical Center of New Y(2?
He continued this work at
ta?s medlCal School= and help!:
BRISM
T,heA Arl^ of lht *a* week
included the sons of Mr Za
Mrs. Edward Wallace. Mr Z
Mrs. Morris L. Kroabere' Mf
and Mrs. David Granat, Mr and
Mrs. Al Berkowitz and Dr and
Mrs. Harry Kraff. Rabbi S M
Machtei officiated.
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MIAMI KACH
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno,
744 Michigan Avenue, are leav-
ing Sunday for a combined busi-
ness and vacation trip to Wash-
ington, New York and the moun-
tains.
Mrs. Leo Cohen. 1440 Euclid
ave.. has left Miami Beach with
her son for several weeks" vaca-
tion in Chicago.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
Those attending services at
Temple Israel Friday evening
will witness the Bar Mitzva
ceremonies of Eugene, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal.
Friends of the family are invit-
ed. A reception will follow in
Kaplan Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman
and son. of 1565 Drexel Avenue,
left this week for a vacation in
Hendersonville. N. C.
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MAGID CHAIRMAN OF
BLOOD BANK STATION
Harrv I. Magid, Lincoln Road
"unr is the newly appointed
Sun of the Miami Beach
ffl Bank Station, an affiliate
"/the Blood Donors Council of
e Dade County Blood Bank.
Under the auspices of B nai
oviih the Miami Blood Bank
Station situated in Morris Broth-
ers Department Store, is open
guSvi from 9:30 to 12:00
A"Doiors are urgently needed
to meet the requirements of the
various army and civilian hos-
nital needs." announced Magid.
BThose planning to donate their
bloofi should not eat breakfast
or consume any food for four
hours prior to their blood dona-
1l0In commenting on the effici-
nt si rvice rendered by the skill-
ed technicians at the station.
Magul declared, "An examina-
tion is made of each prospective
don,.r. and no one is permitted
to give blood unless he is found
to be phvsically qualified."
Assist"ng Chairman Magid m
the operation of the station are
Sun J Halperin, S. E. Schwartz,
nr M. A. Kugel, Samuel G.
Jamison, Nat Hankoff and Ar-
thur Singer. Members of B'nai
B'rilh Women's Auxiliary head-
ed by Mrs. B. Robbins, assist in
the administration of the sta-
tion.
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Ed. Alper
PIONEER MERCHANT
DIES LAST FRIDAY
Manuel Rippa, 85, pioneer
clothing merchant of Key West
and Miami, died Friday at a hos-
ital after a brief illness. He lived
at 1120 S. W. 19th ave.
A native of Husu, Rumania,
he came to this country in 1888
and settled in Key West, from
where he sold clothing by boat
among the keys and in Miami.
He moved to Miami 32 years
ago and operated a men's store
on N. Miami ave. until his re-
tirement.
He was one of the organizers
of the Miami Jewish Cemetery
association, and was a member
of Beth David Congregation.
B'nai B'rith and Chesed Shel
Ernes.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
Marie Rippa; a son, Mose M.
Rippa, Miami Beach, and a
daughter, Mrs. Jennie G. Blanck,
Miami.
Services were held at the resi-
dence Monday, with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Burial was
in Woodlawn park under direc-
tion of Gordon Funeral home.
New Cantor at
Beth Sholom
Judge Morris Berick. president
of Temple Beth Sholom. an-
nounces that Cantor Samuel
Kelemer of Rochester, N. Y., has
accepted the call at Temple Beth
Sholom as musical director.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer is
known as the youngest composer
of Liturgical in the country. At
an early age he gained an inter-
HOLLYWOOD CENTER
TO HOLD OPEN MEET
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Hollywood will hold an
open meeting on Monday eve-
ning, July 23rd, at the club-
room of the organization in the
Morse Arcade on Hollywood
Boulevard.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Manuel Grcenstein, whose topic
will be "Spiritual Aspects of
Building a Community Center."
For the past seven years. Rabbi
Greenstein has occupied the pul-
pit at the Congregation Beth El
of West Palm Beach.
The public is invited to at-
tend, with a welcome extended
to servicemen and newcomers
to Broward county to come and
get acquainted. There will be-
no admission charge and refresh-
ments will be served.
The Age of
Tooley-Myron captures the wide-eyed wonderment
of a child to whom all the world's a fairyland.
Yon must not trust this enchanting age to memory.
Let Tooley-Myron's master photographers record
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.J^V_noor. du Pont Bld WOMEN SELL HALF OF
"E" BONDS IN DADE CO.
A total of $9,703,927.07 was
sold in war bonds and stamps
by members of the women's di-
vision in the Seventh War Loan
drive, it was announced.
"More than one-half of the
"E" bonds sold in Dade county
were sold by the women's divi-
sion.
Totals for the Jewish division,
of which Mrs. Monte Selig is
chairman, are: Pioneer Women,
$8,031.75, with 81 sales; Miami
Beach Service League, $36,331.25,
with 190 sales; Cardiac home,
$20,767.50, with 520 sales; Ha-
dassah, $54,668.25, with 819 sales;
National Council of Jewish
Women, $53,683.75, with 266
sales; B'nai B'rith, $134,014.65,
with 492 sales; National Home
for Jewish Chidren at Denver,
$205,466, with 467 sales; Sister-
hood, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, $1,137.50, with 10 sales; Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, $73,985. with
498 sales; Temple Israel Sister-
hood. $24,382.75, with 227 sales.
The total for this division was
$598,468.40.
RABBI LEHRMAN LOSES
HIS FATHER BY DEATH
Following a short illness Rab-
bi Abraham Lehrman, father of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
passed away in New York last
Thursday evening.
The late Rabbi, prominent in
Rabbinic circles, was spiritual
leader of "Glory of Israel" con-
gregation in New York for more
than 40 years. He paid a visit
to Miami Beach in November,
1943, when he served as install-
ing officer for his son.
Funeral services were held
Friday.
ZUKERNICK SPEAKER
AT ZIONIST CLUB
Mr. Harry Zukernick was
guest speaker at the Miami
Beach Zionist luncheon club's
meeting on Wednesday, July 18.
! 12:30 P. M. at the Strand restau-
rant.
CANTOR S. KELEMER
fAX ATTORNEY NOW
RESIDES AT BEACH
Monte Rosenberg, attorney
and former Jacksonville resi-
dent, is now making Miami
Beach his home. He is connect-
ed with the law offices of Judge
Joseph B. Bcrman. _____
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national reputation as a musical
prodigy, touring the United
States three times under thP Cos-
mopolitan management in the
east and the Chicago Arist Bu-
reau in the west. Cantor Kele-
mer studied at the New York
Julliard School of Music, the
Eastman School of Music and
the Yeshiva. He has held can-
torial posts in New York, Boston
and Los Angeles. Cantor Kele-
mer has given concerts through-
out the United States and Mexi-
co and has appeared as a star
in several Jewish talking pic-
tures ("Kol ttidre", "A Yiddisha
Mama" and "Persecution").
For the past three years Can-
tor Kelemer has made an en-
viable reputation for himself in
the Beth Joseph Center, Roches-
ter, N. Y. His concerts at Roches-
ter have attracted large audi-
ences and his appearances at the
Annual Conceits of Artists were
memorable events. He is re-
garded as the true interpreter
of the Jewish classics and folk
songs. He enjoys an enviable I
reputation as an organist and
musical director.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Tern- i
pie Beth Sholom and assisted by I
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, musical |
director, are completing the High
Holy Days Religious Services
program, which will include the
use of an organ and a mixed
adult choir. Cantor Kelemer is
expected to arrive at Miami
Beach on August 1st, at which
time he will proceed to organize
and train the Temple Beth Sho-
lom choir.
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The Model Bug Club was or-
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young boys at the home of Ken-
neth Myers, 521 S. W. 21st Ave.
Eugene Rosenthal was elected
president. Weekly meetings will
be held at the homes of the
members. The club will devote
its time to studying and build-
ing all types of models.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered aa 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
1 Year. $3.00
Six Months, S2.00
2 Years. S5.00
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1945
AB 10, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 29
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Miami 18
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office box
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Sidelights On Jewish Affairs
By CHAIM SONNENSTAND
(In the absence abroad of Phineas J. Biron)
DIVIDED LOYALTIES
Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive director of the American
Council for Judaism, in his tour in behalf of the Council stopped
off recently in Seattle. As is customary, he issued a statement
of "principles" to the local morning paper, which immediately
roused a storm of protest, and evoked a verbal spanking from
Seattle's B'nai B'rith. The lodge demanded immediate action
on the part of the Anti-Defamation League, to "protect" the
Jews ot Seattle from "implications and inferences regarding
the Americanism of Jews."
If Rabbi Elmer Berger believes that a Zionist cannot be a
good American, he has a perfect right to express himself along
that line of thought If he represents a small group of wealthy
and influential American citizens "of Jewish persuasion," he
has a perfect right to speak in their behalf. But Rabbi Berger
has no right to intimate that he speaks for American Jewry,
an overwhelming number of whom are either Zionists or in
sympathy with the Zionist movement.
We not only resent his implication that he or the Council i
represents American Jewry, we are much more incensed at his ;
use of words that tend to endorse the views of a Goebbels. To
say that In America we feel a Jew should be an American I
first, and a Jew afterwardsjust as another is an American
first and a Protestant afterwards" can be judged only as a di-
tact slap at the Americanism of Zionists or those who favor the |
Zionist ideals.
It is hardly necessary for Zionists to protest their loyalty i
to our country. No Zionist has yet refused to fight for America |
because he was a Zionist. No Zionist has yet refused to buy a
bond, or to give his blood to the blood banks, or serve his
country in whatever capacity he was called upon because
he was a Jew first" or a Zionist "first." There is no "first or
last" in American JewryAmericanism and good Judaism are
co-extensive. There is no line of demarcation, and there is no
divided loyalty among Zionist, just as there was no division of'
loyalty in the Americans of Irish extraction during their fight |
for a free Eire nor in the Americans of Czech origin in their
fight for a free Czechoslovakia An American citizen has just]
as much a right to work and fight for a Free Jewish Palestine
as a homeland, as the Irish and the Czechs, without any one
impugning their loyalty to America.
Of course we have heard this argument of the Council for
American Judaism beforein Jewish circles, but now that the
spiritual leader of their movement rushes to the general press
with that defamatory accusation, we feel that a halt should
be called. It s bad enough to have the Senator Rice's, the
Gerald L K. Smith's and their ilknon-Jews, and probably
non-Cr.:;s::cr.s attempt to divide the nation by their anti-Sem-
itism. It is doubly atrocious to have a rabbi like Elmer Berger
attempt to further divide American Jewry with the same line
of argument.
No one. not even the executive director of the Council for I
American Judaism would dare to impugn the Americanism of
the late Justice Louis D Brandeis, who said:
"There is no inconsistency between loyalty to America and
loyalty to Jewry. Indeed loyalty to America demands rather
that even- American Jew become a Zionist Our loyalty to
America can never be questioned." "The Messenger-Los
Angeles.
NEW INNOVATION AT
JACKSON HOSPITAL
A recent innovation at Jack-
son Memorial hospital is a rec-
reation comer sot aside for the
Merchant Marine Badly needed
are b vea of any d-. -
tion making the reading material
easily obtainable to the hospital-
ized men. Mrs. Ida Optner. of
the Gray Ladies, in charge of
the project will arrange to pick
up the shelves. She may be con-
tacted by phoning 4-3279.
NEW POLITICAL BODY
FORMED AT BEACH
A new political organization
on Miami Beach is in the pro-
cess of organization. Titled the
Miami Beach Voters" League the
new group is reported to have
some 300 members at the pres-
ent time.
HOME FOR AGED
AUXILIARY MEETS
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami, located at 335
S. W. 12th ave.. will hold a
garden and watermelon party
on the home grounds at 7 P. M.
Sunday. July 22. followed by
card games and entertainment.
Refreshments will be served. All
members and friends are invit-
ed. Hostesses include Mrs. Paul
Raff, chairladv: Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen, Mrs. M. Baer. Mrs. E. Gluck.
Mrs. M. Kupferstein. Mrs. I.
Orlansky. Mrs. J. Chaves and
Mrs. J." Zaus. auxiliary presi-
dent
DR. BLAIR NOW WITH
GEORGE I. BERTMAN
George J- Benman. Miami
Beach realtor. 420 Lincoln Rd .
announces the association of Dr!
Maurice I. Blair with his organi-
zation. Dr. Blair is a retired
dentist formerly of Chicago and
a resident of the Beach for a
number of vears.
A return to the pre-war pro-
cedure by which the sole respon-
: : the issuance ol im-
migration visas to the United
States is again a ss U m e d by
i rican d nsuls abr ad will
facilitate immigration to this
country for persons qualified .
"TRENDS IX TRADES'' is the
name of a new monthly publica-
tion issw this week by the
community service department
of the Anti-Defamation Leagu<
of B'nai B'ritl .speci-
ally for business and professional
men throughout tin try
After a series of conversations
and conferences between the Re-
habilitation Offices of the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of U. S. and
Canada and high officials of the
"UXRRA" In Was R1 n. re-
garding various phases I reli-
gious rehabilitation of the Jews
in Europe. Hon. Herbert H. Leh-
man invited a delegation from
the Union of Orthodox to meet
with him.
The Swedish government
has agreed to accept all or-
phans and sick children in the
Belsen concentration camp .
All Jewish children who were
hidden during the occupation
of southern Italy in monas-
teries and convents are now
under Jewish supervision ._.
Jewish soldiers in the Ameri-
can army of occupation have
constituted themselves an in-
formal, but very efficient com-
mittee for the help of displaced
Jews. South American
Jewish communities are build-
ing a strong cultural, religious
and social life.
Florida's exceptional recrea-
tion facilities offer the state's
war-m a r o o n e d travel public
ample opportunities for stay-at-
home vacations, the research di-
vision of the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce declared
. Speech Correction for
Handicapped Children is the
title of a workshop course to be
given for the first time at Flori-
da State College for Women dur-
ing the second term of the sum-
mer session. July 23-August 25
and those interested may consult
the college J. M. Lee. comp-
troller, expresses to the taxcay-
rs deep and abiding appreciation
for the manner in which they
have responded to the tax laws
r the past tour years, thereby
building up the greatest net bal-
ances ever :n the history' of the
state.
Expenditures of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine. Pales-
tine Foundation Fund and
Jewish National Fund the
constituents of the United Pal-
estine Appeal during the
seven-month period between
October 1. 1944 and April 30.
1945. amounted to S18.415.738
. The first passenger ship
to arrive from Europe since
the cessation of hostilities
reached Palestine recently,
carrying 394 Jewish refugees.
including 138 children from
Spain after a sojourn in Switz-
erland ... A new home for
refugee children financed by
the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation located at Nathanya in
Palestine is now open.
rhe publication of Edrr.or.d
de Rothschild Palestine Pio-
neer.' a biographical work, by-
veteran Zionist
close friend of the late
Baron, was announced this week
ry the Zionist Organization of
rica Dr Moses Emhom.
Xew York gastroenterologist and
-..:: : the Harofe Haivn. is
flying to Palestine where he will
remain for about two months.
Silence assure victory!
Protect freedom of speech
don't be free with military in-
formation!
PIONEER WOMEN TO
SPONSOR CRUISE
A moonlight cruise aboard the
seven Seas, leaving Pier 51-.
V\ bf. held Tuesday evening]
Jul>" 24m. at 8:15 o'clock, for
the benefit of the Child** Res-
cue Fund. Sponsored bv the
Pioneer Women's Organization
for Palestine of Greater Miami
Reservations may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Henrv Seithn *>-
3947. or Mrs. I. Shapoff. 4-4034
Arrangements are under the su-
pervision of Mrs. Barbara Green-
: berg, chairman.
BETH DAVID LADIES GUESTS
OF MRS. ISADOR COHEN
The Board of Directors of the
Beth David S.sterhood were
luncheon guests recentlv at the
home of Mrs. Isador Cohen. 1876
7S. W. 10th Street, at
time plans were discussed for
the activities of the sisterhood
for the coming fall and winter.
I The first regular meeting will
, be held on August 22nd. The
meeting was presided over by
I Mrs. Jack August, president, who
I appointed a committee to take
| under advisement of remodel-
ing of the basement of the syna-
! gogue to be used for Sunday
school classes, playrooms for
the children and adult meeting
rooms. This committee is under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Isidor
Fine.
NEW FORCES ...
The Jewish Theological Seminary of America has b*>
mustering "new forces," largely from the Reform elements h
American Jewry. Not only are these now well represented ^
its board of directors, but its faculty too now includes men wh
formerly served in rabbinical seminaries of the Reform W
Prof. Shalom Spiegel, who teaches medieval Hebrew literatur
at the Jewish Theological Seminary, served as profeatoi mH
librarian at the Jewish Institute of Religion for quite a numho
of years. And Dr. Abraham Heschel, a refugee scholar whom
the Hebrew Union College brought to this country, has not,
gone over to the faculty of the Seminary. On the other hand
rumors are persistent in New York that the trustees of that
city's Congregation Emanu-El are considering a "Conservative"
rabbi to fill its pulpit when and if it becomes vacant. fu.
turning to the Jewish Theological Seminary, a campaign is now
being carried on for it in cooperation with the United Syna-
gogue and the Rabbinical Assembly. According to Dr. Robert
Gordis, the ultimate objective of this campaign is to lay the
foundations for an "American Judaism" farsighted n its con-
templation of the future. Perhaps you recall that the term
"American Judaism" was often used as a synonym for Reform
Judaism in America. Apparently the leaders of Conservative
Judaism in this country are bent upon appropriating the title
for their own use. .
THE WAR EFFORT ...
We read a great deal about the rabbis who have entered
. the armed forces as chaplains. But there are other rabbis who,
while not eligible for military service, have managed to find
opportunities to contribute to the nation's war effort. Thus,
for example, the R'-v. Dr. Bbnon Cohen, formerly of New York's
Temple Beth-El, and more recently Research Director of the
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, has been building airplane
wings for B-29's. He has been doing this work for more than
a year and a half now. Many Bibles are being distributed
among the men and women in the armed forces. The story
goes that some of these Bibles were made available as a re-
sult of the practice of liquor wholesalers who forced retailen
to purchase copies of the Good Book at S16.50 a dozen in order
to be permitted to buy whiskey. We wonder whether thou
Bibles are Catholic, Protestant or Jewish. Incidentally, tin
National Jewish Welfare Board has been distributing matf
thousands of Bibles among the armed forces without resortinj
to such questionable methods of paying for them. .
QUESTIONS ...
The Hillel Foundation is functioning on the campuses of
the several municipally owned colleges in Greater New York,
i and doing a grand job there. But why doesn't Hillel extend
its very good work to benefit the thousands of Jewish students
at private colleges such as Columbia and New York Univer-
sity? Is there any special reason? Who is the lawyer whom
the Ann-Defamation League has expelled from its board? It
is said that he represented certain real estate interes's which
opposed the rent laws recently enacted by the New York
State Legislature. .
FORUM .
New York is to have a new Jewish institutiona public
forum where Jewish communal problems, both national and
local, are to be openly discussed. This forum is tc be estab-
lished very soon indeed. And we are reliably inforrred that
this forum will be directed by a distinguished liberal end ag-
gressive rabbi who is now the spiritual leader of a progressive
synagogue in Brooklyn. .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Friends, admirers and colleagues of Dr. Chairr. Tcherno-
witz. formerly Rabbi of Odessa and now Professor oi Taimud at
the Jewish Institute of Religion, are planning a gesture of
homage to this distinguished scholar. It will take the form of a
Tribute Volume of learned essays on Jewish lore and literature
by eminent scholars and writers from every part of the world.
. Professor Harry A Wolfson of Harvard has drawn a deep
sigh of relief now that his two-volume work on Philo. the foun-
dations of religious philosophy in Judaism. Christianity and
Islam, has gone to press. The book is to be issued by -he Har-
vard University Press, and is expected to stimulate a great
deal of new interest in the study of the philosophy of monotheis-
tic religions. ^^__
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'Jewisti fkridian
PAGE FIVE
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THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
OUFSTION: What does the
word "Daven" or "Daven'n"
mean? ,.~
ANSWER: The word "Daven
is the colloquial Jewish expres-
^on for the verb which means
"to pray.' The word "Davenn
is th'' ""tin describing the act
of praying or the liturgy of
nraycr The source of this word
is disputed among the various
sources. Some trace it to the
Aramaic word for "fathers" or
"patriarchs" (Avon). In this
sense the word "Daven" may be
said to be descriptive of the
fact that our praying originated
with the patriarchs. Others de-
rive this word from that Latin
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word "divinus." In this sense
the word would be indicative of
a communicative spirit with the
divine' being and prayer would
be the means of communication
from the mortal to the divine.
Many believe it to be simultane-
ously derived from the English
word dawn. In this sense it
would articulate the obligation
of praying at daybreak or per-
haps prayer may be regarded as
bringing "dawn" to the soul.
Others venture to connect it
with the Arabic "Da'weh" mean-
ing to kindle or light. This may
be the forerunner of our word
dawn implying the same inter-
pretation as we have offered for
the relationship of "Daven" to
Dawn. The Arabic root may also
have been intended to mean in-
vitation thereby implying a
pleading relationship between
the individual and his God
through prayer.
QUESTION: What does the
word "Siddur" mean?
ANSWER: ThP word "Siddur"
is the colloquial Jewish expres-
sion for the "prayer-book" used
for the week-day and Sabbath
services. The word is taken
from the word "seder" meaning
||order." In other words the
"Siddur" is the arrangement or
order of the prayers. Idelsohn
claims a historic background for
the custom of calling the prayer
by the name "Siddur." The first
authentic compilation of prayers
which was edited by Rev. Am-
rom Gaon in the year 875 was
called "Seder" or "Sidur"the
order of Rav Amram. Since
then, it seems that any compila-
tion of standard prayer books
was called "Sidur." In Germany
and also among some Sephardic
Jews the prayer book is called
"Tefillah." This word simply
comes from the word "prayer"
and is the most basic name for
a prayer book.
QUESTION: What does the
word "Mahzor" mean?
ANSWER: The colloquial
name for the prayer-book com-
posed for the holiday service is
"Mahzor." The word basically
means "cycle." It was original-
ly used to denote a calendar.
Later it was taken over and
applied to the poetical insertions
in the prayers of the whole cycle
of the year. Nevertheless, for
the present discussion, among
prayers of Jews today the term
"Mahzor" is applied only to the
ritual (liturgic) of the holidays
in which the specially composed
poetry called "piyyut" was in-
corporated. Since the succession
of the various holidays composes
a "cycle" the term is still pre-
served in its original connota-
tion.
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judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt
service and low interest rates.
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concerning your financial and home mortgage
problems.
RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000
ftAMTEDERAL
OF MIAMI'
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JOSEPH M. LIPTOM... PRESIDENT
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
Mark the name of Eugene R.
FJitcraft in your memory book.
Many of you will recall Flit-
craft as the organizer of the so-
called Gentile Cooperative Asso-
ciation. The recent order of the
Illinois Superior Court in re-
voking this associations charter
will serve to refresh our read-
er's recollection as to the pur-
port of Flitcraft's organization.
Said Judge Graber, "ThP pur-
poses of said corporation are cal-
culated to incite and foment un-
rest, racial and religious anta-
gonisms and discriminations, all
to the public injury and detri-
ment. This court is convinced
that this is one of those subver-
sive organizations, the same as
the Ku Klux Klan, the Silver
Shirts, and the rest. It is abso-
lutely contrary to the ideal of
our form of government. It ar-
rays class against class and
group against group, building up
prejudice and intolerance."
This past week a Gentile busi-
ness directory made its appear-
ance in Illinois. Its publisher,
you guessed it,Eugene R. Flit-
craft; its purpose. "This Gentile
business directory is only for
'Gentiles who prefer to do busi-
ness with other Gentiles.' This
book is made possible by the
cooperation of the Gentile mer-
chants and they respectfully in-
vite all to step into their thou-
sands of retail establishments
all over Illinois to fulfill their
shopping needs."
Presumably, Flitcraft and his
associates carefully edited the
names appearing in the booklet.
Yet, some of the firms mention-
ed have Jewish proprietors.
Moreover, upon publication of
this booklet letters were re-
ceived from a number of firms
listed strenuously objecting to
the inclusion of their name in
the booklet, contending it is un-
American in conception and that
it contributes to racial unrest.
An investigation by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith discloses that on the basis
of numerous contacts with many
of the well-known retail estab-
lishments listed in this directory,
the names of these firms, in the
main, were incorporated without
any knowledge or consent on
the part of the firms. It was
in this same fashion that names
of many Jewish firms were in-
cluded.
In a release to the press,
the League declared, "The
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith is very deeply
concerned with the possible
injustice done to those firms
whose names are included in
this directory but who do not
subscribe to the puiport of
the statemen quoted. Most of
these firms have enjoyed out-
standing reputation and have
been vigorous in advancing
every constructive civic en-
d e a v o r calculated to unite
Americans of all races and
creeds. The unauthorized use
of their names may result in
w i d e-s p r e a d misconception
which conceivably could seri-
ously affect their status in the
several communities. In jus-
tice to all such firms, we deem
it important to reveal that all
inquiries thus far made indi-
cate a disavowal of any knowl-
edgp of the contemplated list-
ing and a complete repudia-
tion of the divisive purpose of
Mr. Flitcraft's publication."
Flitcraft is asking $12.00 for
one of these booklets, which
should cost about 25 cents, ac-
cording to a reliable estimate
of publication costs. Flitcraft
calls his Gentile Cooperative
Association "not-for-profit or-
ganization!"
"Flitcraft, an associate of
some of America's notorious
agitators also prints the
monthly tabloid! Gentile
News," said the Chicago Sun.
"It usually carries articles by
Gerald L. K. Smith and other
rabble rousers, including ad-
vertisements for Ainslee E.
Homey. 509 Roscoe Street, the
so-called "Hoosier Patriot"
whose distribution of anony-
mous literature of anti-Semitic
nature recently aroused the ire
of the Illinois State Senate."
Flitcraft promises future edi-
tions of this directory and also
indicated plans to issue similar
ones for other states.
After the league's expose,
however, it is doubtful whether
Flitcraft will find this a profit-
able source of revenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad
and family leave this week for
a sojourn in the north.
101 E. Flagler St.
Organized 1902
of Miami
MIAMI, FLORIDA
EDWARD C. ROMPH, President
LAURENCE ROMPH,
Assistant to the President
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call, June 30, 1945
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from
Other Banks......................$19,649,826.44
U. S. Government Securities,
Direct or Guaranteed 71,877,687.46
State and Municipal Securities 441,176.36
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Other Securities ____________
Loans and Discounts............_
Bank Premises and Furniture
and Fixtures ............._____
Other Real Estate..................._
Accrued Income Receivable__
Prepaid Expense ___________
Other Assets______________
$91,968,690.26
90,000.00
138,340.19
4,650,530.99
708,148.79
8,626.00
242,981.33
54,199.18
3,199.66
$97,864,716.40
LIABILITIES
Deposits:
Demand
Savings
$51,877,065.68
. 8,066,241.86
United States Government- 15,550,254.38
State and Municipal......____ 9,302,894.28
Deposits of Banks _
Other Deposits
Capital Account:
Common Stock
Surplus
8,137,674.47
716,897.74 $93,651,028.41
Undivided Profits ........
Reserve for Dividend
1,500,000.00
1,500,000.00
969,222.63
60,000.00
Income Collected, Not Earned
Reserve for Taxes and Other
Expenses ________________
Other Liabilities ..................___
4,029,222.63
4,208.46
170,151.90
10,105.00
$97,864,716.40
United States Government Securities carried at
$30,639,000.00 in the foregoing statement are
pledged to secure public and trust deposits and
for other purposes required by law.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
BUY MORE WAR BONDS
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CHARLEY AND ANDY'S GRO-
CERY intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANDY MARCHINSKY
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
7/13-20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE NO. 39748
Notice is hereby given that LIs-
beth G. Scarborough holder as as-
signee of City of Miami Tax Certifi-
cate Numbered 4962, dated the 1st
day of June. A. D 1942, has filed
said Certificate in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to
Issue thereon in accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated In
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 3. Block 22. Riverside
Farms Amended, Plat Book 2.
Page 88. in the City of Miami.
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate Issued was
In the name of Unknown.
Unless said Certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 1st day of
August. A. D. 1945.
Dated this 27th day of June. A. D.
1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT. D. C.
6/29 7/6-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
"i 5WBSJ? ""ider the fictitious name
Afi.ALTnN'SPORTSWEAR at 1668 A.
Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MAX SHEREMETA.
ISAAC JOFFE Sle Wner
,.,A.,iorney for Applicant
6/22-29 7/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO.
(not Inc.) at 6i South Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida, and Intend to regis-
ter the said fictitious name in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN SALUK
ABRAHAM SALUK
Owners
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants
6/29 7/6-13-20-27
You cant quit now I You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds 1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE A9209
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
James and Julia Shugrue holders of
County Tax Certificate No 2168 is-
sued the 7th day of June, A. D. 1943,
have filed same in my office, and
have made application for a tax deed
to be Issued thereon. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property In the County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wit:
Lot 23, Block 6, Semlnole
i^awns, a Sub.. Plat Book 16,
B,aK,e S '2., ,h.S County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the.
name of: Comm. Bk. & Tr. Co.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of August, 1945, which la
the 6th day of August, 1945.
Dated this 27th day of June, 1946.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
6/29 7/6-13-20.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of GEE-REEN CANDY COMPANY
at 65 N. E. 24th Street, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. '
I. W. GREEN
LEON GREEN
ALBERT A. GREEN
_______ JOSEPH ARAGO
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/13-20-27 8/3-10
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PAGE SIX
*Jeisl> ncridlan
FRIDAY, JULY 20.
1945
RED CROSS HOME
SERVICE TRYING TO AID
The Home Service department
of the Dade County Red Cross
chapter has on file a number of
messages from persons in coun-
tries formerly occupied by the
enemy, which have been unde-
livered because the addresses
cannot be located. Due to the
length of time required for a
message to come through inter-
national channels, people may
have moved and left no for-
warding address, or incorrect
addresses may have been pro-
vided. Some of the messages
are of long standing.
The Red Cross is most anxi-
ous to locatp the persons listed
below, and is making an effort
to clear the files, as the mess-
age service is being gradually
discontinued, since mails are
open now to many countries in
NOW, more than ever, you want
*to stay on the job and do your
full share of the work which must
be done. Headache, Muscular
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Europe, and direct contact is
therefore available without re-
course to foreign messages. Mail
facilities may be vented eit'ie5
thru the post office or*the Red
Cross.
Agencies in several European
countries are undertaking to lo-
cate persons who have been dis-
placed due to the war and in-
quiries as to location may be
made through certain allied
agencies in this country. Fur-
ther information about this serv-
ice may be obtained by calling
the Red Cross Home Service De-
partment, 9-1613.
KEEP JAPS IN THE
DARK. SAYS O.W.I.
There may be a tendency to
relax our caution about war in-
formation now that Nazi Ger-
many has been defeated and
only Japan is left, says a Fact
Sheet, "Keep the Japs in the
Dark!", issued by OWL But ac-
tually, secrecy has never before
been so important in this war,
for the following reasons:
1. Large numbers of troops
, are being re-deployed from Eu-
I ropP to the Pacific, many by
way of the United States. They
i will have, and their friends and
relatives may learn, facts about
their weapons, tactics, taining,
and future assignments which
would be of immense value to
the Japanese enemy.
2. Surprise is a vital factor in
I delivering the final blows to Ja-
pan, but as we close in surprise
becomes more difficult. Only by
preserving the utmost secrecy
here al home can surprise be
i achieved on the fighting front.
3. Many war workers are shift-
i ing jobs, cither to other war
I jobs or in some cases leaving
war work. These workers will
I all have information which, if it
leaks out, can be of use to the
Japs in prolonging the war and
costing American lives.
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JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
1945
ROSH HASHONAH
Saturday, Sept. 8
Sunday. Sept. 9
YOM KIPPUR
Monday. Sept. 17
SUCCOTH
Saturday, Sept. 22
to Sunday, Sept. 30
CHANUKAH
First Candle,
Friday. Nov. 30
YIZKOR
or Memorial Services for the de-
parted are conducted on the fol-
lowing Holidays:
YOM KIPPUR
Monday, Sept. 17
CIRCLE CLUB TO
SPONSOR CARD GAME
The Workmen Circle's Wom-
en's Club of Branch 692 will
sponsor a card and bingo party
on Sunday, July 22. The affair
will begin in the afternoon at 4
o'clock and continue all evening.
It will be held at the Lyceum,
25 Washington avenue. Refresh-
ments will be served. Reserva-
tions can be made by calling
Mrs. M. Jacobs 3-2657. The pro-
ceeds will be used to open a
Jewish Schule.
$10,000 TO AID NEWLY
LIBERATED INTERNEES
To relieve the immediate needs
of approximately 800 internees
recently liberated from Wesier-
borck concentration camp. J. D.
C. has appropriated S10.000 as a
one-time grant. A total of $120,-
000 has already been budgeted
for the 20-20.000 Jews who sur- i
vive in Holland. |
DON'T CUSS O. P. A.;
REMEMBER A. P. O.'s
The next time you feel like
complaining about the O. P. A.
remember that there are a lot
of men and women with an A.
P O. who would be glad to ex-
change places with you. The
more fully you cooperate with
the O. P. A. the sooner these
service men and women will get
rid of their A. P. O., and. of
course, the sooner you will be
able to do without the O. r\ A.
Jewish Outlook. Pittsburgh.
MISS FINKELSTEIN IS
HEAD OF ACTIVITIES
Miss Eva Finkelstein, who
risked her life during the occu-
pation of Warsaw by carrying on
J D. C. activities underground
iii cooperation with the heroic
David Guzik, has been appoint-
ed head of the "Jewish Affairs
Desk" established by the military
government at Salzburg.
Buy More War Bonds.
DATES ASSIGNED POP
DADE'S RACE TRACKS
yes-
Chairman Jack Baldwin of a,
** ^e assi
d"R tracks
alai fronton
well as horses, following the
Florida Racing commission
terday announced the ;.
ment of dates of dog track??,;
the Biscayne jai-alaf fronton^
wpII as hr>ru f,.n..Tlon.
commission meeting here l -
week. iasl
Hialeah drew the choice wi
ter dates, opening Jan. 17 a'V
closing March 4. Tropical Park
was awarded the fii.al 40 davT
opening March 5 and closm.
April 19. Gulfstream was aS
ed the opening 40 days starting
December 1.
The Dade county dog tracw
were awarded 80 nights. West
Flagler will open the season Nov
15 and operate through Feb 20
The Miami Beach meeting wili
get under way Jan. 9 and run
until April 11.
Biscayne Kennel club's open-
ing was set for Feb. 28 and clos-
ing May 31.
The Biscayne jai-alal fronton
opens Dec. 1 for 90 nights.
POLISH JEWS TO GET
AID FROM I.D.C.
From tiny Cochabamba in Bo-
livia, where there are only 900
Jewish souls (850 are newcom-
ers, of whom 200 still require
aid themselves) has come 55,000.
which will be used by J. D. C.
for work in Poland. This repre-
sents half of a campaign goal
of $10,000. undertaken on their
own initiative by the Jews of
Cochabamba who wished to help
the destitute Jews in Poland.
LEGAL NOTICES
1.1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
e undersigned, desiring i" engage
business umlw the fictitious name
SNO-CREME, al 6 W. Flagler St..
1:1 mi. Florida, Intends t<> register
iii name with the Clerk of the Cir-
n court ^f Dade County, Florida.
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PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
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PARADE!
Stanley Kolber, son of Mr. and
Mrs Abiaham Kolber, 1244
Pennsylvania Avenue, received
his promotion to first lieutenant
on Juno 13th after serving five
months In the Pacific, taking
part in ttie invasion of several
of the islands. His present ad-
dress is: First Lt. Stanley Kol-
ber 17th Inf. Co. C, First Bat-
talion, APO 7, c/o Postmaster,
San Francisco, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan,
1633 Jefferson Avenue, have re-
ceived an oil painting entitled,
"Nurses Quarters," which was
painted by their son, Sgt.
jerom. Kaplan while stationed
in Italy. This painting won Sgt.
Kaplan first prize in a contest
conducted by the Red Cross
ChapM in Italy. Sgt. Kaplan
has been in the army for three
years of which two have been
spent overseas with the 78th Hos-
pital Unit and a dental tech-
nicist. He has been in the Eu-
ropean theater of operations but
is now enroute to a new assign-
ment.
Sg1. Melville Letaw. recently
discharged from the Army Air
Force i.s expected to arrive next
week as the guest of his cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind,
1900 S. W. 9th St. Sgt. Letaw
has served in the armed forces
for three years and was in the
European theater for many
months as tail gunner. He made
his home in Miami with his par-
ents, Mrs. Anna Letaw and the
late Mi. Louis Letaw, before en-
tering the service. HP is a gradu-
ate of Miami High.
A discharged veteran at 19,
Sgt. Sheridan F. Kimmel, form-
er Miami Beach High school
student, is back home.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L. Kimmel, 831 Ninth St., Miami
Beach, he is one of three broth-
ers retimed from overseas duty.
Sheridan, who enlisted in the
Marines when he was 16, has an
honorable medical discharge af-
ter Pacific duty which included
action in the Gilbert and Mar-
shall islands.
First Lt. Jesse A. Kimmel, who
has the Air Medal with three
clusters, writes from Santa Bar-
baa, Calif., he expects to be home
soon after completing 500 flying
hours in the Pacific. He was in
the first group to bomb the
Philippines.
Another brother, Arthur,
former Miami attorney, is sta-
tioned in Norfolk, Va., after 20
months' sea duty as skipper of
a PC operating in the Atlantic
and Pacific areas.
A brother-in-law, Lieut, (jg)
Theodore Hankoff, who has been
overseas 20 months. His wfe
lives at 4416 Nautilus dr., Mia-
mi Beach.
The processing of Major Mey-
er M. Silverman, 440 14th St.,
Miami Beach, has been complet-
ed at reception station 19, Camp
Blanding, and he is now on tem-
porary duty for 30 days at home,
prior to returning to active serv-
ice either in the United States
or Pacific theater.
First Lt. Bernard E. Gerstner,
26, a B-29 Super Fortress navi-
gator, was killed May 29 on a
mission over Yohahama, the War
Department has notified his
wife, Mrs. Edith Grestner, of
216 Espanola way, Miami Beach.
Lt. Gerstner was graduated
from New York university. New
York City, and was employed
on the West Coast before en-
tering the service in 1942. He
had completed 22 missions with
the 21st bomber command of
the 20th air force and been
awarded the distinguished fly-
ing cross with two oak leaf clus-
ters.
Sgt. David S. Goldiine, has
left by plane for the Pacific,
alter spending a 15-day leave
with his mother, Mrs. J. Dolgin,
900 Pennsylvania ave., Miami
Beach. He has been in the serv-
1 ke over three years evacuating
wounded from lilt European
theater to the United States and
will continue this type of work
in the Pacific.
Bernard Plotkin has recently
arrived in Miami Beach, from
Chicago, where he has just re-
ceived a two-year degree from
the University of Chicago. Plot-
kin, a former Miami Beach High
school graduate, expects to be
called to the service within two
months. He has two brothers in
seryi e. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Plotkin, 1240
Lenox
Pfc. Stanley Hayman was
among the men whose courage
and unfaltering devotion to duty
caused a penetration of the first
defenses of the Siegfried Line.
Winner of the Bronze Star
medal for this action, his cita-
tion points out that "the foot-
hold gained enabled the engi-
neeras to advance and with de-
molitions blow a path through
the "dragons' teeth" through
which our armor could pass. At
thP same time, by maintaining
their position, it was possible
for the company to enter Stei-
feld the next morning in force."
Son of Mrs. Ree Hayman, 1455
Washington ave., Miami Beach,
he is stationed in Germany.
Capt. I. L. Fishbein, former
Miami Beach physician, has re-
turned to his home, 1544 Meri-
dian aye., to spend a 30-day
leave with his wife and family.
He has served 33 months with
the medical corps in North Afri-
ca, Italy, Belgium, France and
Holland.
Pvt. Stanford Seiden, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Seiden, 1311
15th terrace, Miami Beach, this
week was graduated from one
of the AAF training command's
airplane mechanics training
courses at Keesler field.
Arthur Shandloff, son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. Shandloff, 350 S. W.
*lst Road, somewhere in the
Pacific, sent his parents several
snap shots of himself taken to-
gether with two local men. Sol
oirkin and Baron de Hirsch Mey-
er. Animi has been in service
mree y, ars with the Engineer
Corp.
"The enclosed snapshots are
one ol Sol Serkin and myself
ana ore of Baron de Hirsch
eyer and myself in front of
our plane," he writes. "The lit-
e cats are missions that our
trew flew and at this writing
Pey have 29 under their belt.
Li t P!00'8 Ietter very much
and I thmk I could improve it
yei> little. Since it is flower
umnvmt, time, I'll say that for
mo imd myself you two are our
religion. Since religion is faith
and faith is what you make it
you two are our faith and reli-
gion. I don't know of anything
you ever told us that ever really
counted that we didn't do. Yes-
terday Maury Goldstein, from
Jax, walked in on me. He, Sol
and myself, spent the day to-
gether. I roomed with Sol my
first year at college and with
Maury my second year. What
a war!"
Bob, his brother, is now a pa-
tient" at Finney Hospital in
Thomasville, Georgia where he
is recuperating from wounds re-
ceived while in action in France.
In service for two years. Bob
was driving a sixty-ton tank
with General Patton's Army,
and was wounded in the right
arm and neck.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine, 311
N. E. 28th St. received word that
their son Jerry was awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross. He
already holds the Silver Air
Medal and the Presidential Cita-
tion, with a number of clusters.
Last week Jerry completed his
170th mission. He was a mem-
ber of the force when the Burma
Road was recaptured. Twenty-
four years old, he has been in
the service three years. He is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
school and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Lt. Earle Hamilton is spend-
ing a leave with his wife and
child arriving here from Eng-
land. He flew a number of mis-
sions over Germany and prior
to his overseas duties was in-
structor of navigation in Casper,
Wyoming. He is stopping with
his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Broad, Miami Beach.
Pfc. Irving W. Ehrens is spend-
ing his leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ehrens,
2526 S. W. 15th St. Pfc. Ehrens
has been in service for three
years, spending about a year in
the European theatre and was a
prisoner of war for five months.
He was with the 160 Infantry
Division.
AARON GOLDENBLANK
RETURNING HOME
Mr. Max Goldenblank, 9 N. W.
South River Drive, left for
Jacksonville Saturday to join his
son T/Sgt. Aaron Goldenblank,
returning from 26 months over-
seas.
Sgt. Goldenblank, who has
been overseas with the 4th In-
fantry division, will spend his
30-day furlough traveling with
his father. They will stop in
New York and then leave for
San Antonio, Texas where they
will visit with Mr. Goldenblank's
daughter, Mrs. Albert Barer.
Aaron was active in local
youth affairs having spent his
entire boyhood in this city. He
attended University of Florida,
majoring in accounting.
f FAREWELL PARTY FOR
SALLY SILVERSTEIN
A cocktail farewell party was
tended to Lt. Irma Sally Silver-
stein by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Matthew Silverstein. 1568
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach,
on Friday, July 13th, the eve of
her departure to Camp Rucker,
Ozark. Ala.
After her basic training in the
Nurses' Army Corps she will be
assigned to Moore General Hos-
pital at Swannanoa. N. C. L.t.
Silverstein, a graduate of Miami
Beach" High School, attended the
University of Miami as well as
the Florida State College for
Women at Tallahassee. She is a
member of the Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority. Heeding the call for
nurses she trained at the John
Hopkins Hospital School for
Nurses at Baltimore, graduated
and attained her R. N. degree.
After V-J Day or soon there-
after she intends to resume her
studies at college for further de-
grees.____________________
Buy Bonds now. You are lend-
ingnot giving.
Abraham J. Kaplan, of Miami
Beach, was commissioned as a
second lieutenant in the corps
of military police at Camp Bul-
lis, school branch of Ft. Sam
Houston, Tex., at the gradua-
tion of the 34th officer candidate
class of the provost marshal gen-
eral's school June 30. In civil
life before entering the army Lt.
Kaplan was an attorney-at-law
and in the service, prior to re-
ceiving his commission, he serv-
ed air intelligence and military
police.
Flight Officer Kenneth M.
Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack M. Meyerson of 622 15th
St., Miami Beach, has just com-
pleted a course in celestial navi-
gation at Hondo army air field,
Texas, and has received a dual
rating as bombardier-navigator.
Ens. Jesse Simon, 1927 N. W.
Third st., is spending a short
leave here before reporting to
his base in Baltimore. Simon, a
radio operator in the maritime
service, recently returned from
Italy. A, February graduate of
Miami Beach High school, En-
sign Simon is the second son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon of
the same address to join the serv-
ice. His brother, Lt. (jg) Harold
Simon, has been in the South
Pacific, serving as an executive
officer of a PT squadron. Lt Si-
mon will arrive home on fur-
lough in August.
First Lt. Frank E. Solomon
has been awarded the Purple
Heart for wounds received in
Germany March 25, it was learn-
ed. Lt. Solomon, who lives at
1066 N. W. First st., entered of-
ficer candidate school in Novem-
ber, 1942, with rank of corporal.
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Sour Stomach, "Morning-
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Thirty cents and Siity
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NERVINE
"POR relief from Functional Ner-
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Nerrsns Headschs and Nervous In-
digestion. Tablets 35* and 75*,
Liquid 25f and $1.00. Read direc-
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ANTIPAIN PILL
A SINGLE Dr. Miles Anti-
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Headache, Muscular Pains
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Pains 25 for 25*, 125
forSl.00. Get th-m at your
drug store. Read directions
anduseonly as directed.
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Palm Beach Notes
MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICK. ISfsSSSSSSattt)
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lesser and
son, Shepard, returned from
Rome, Georgia where they visit-
ed with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman,
1115 Okachobee Rd., returned
after six weeks in Chicago, their
former home.
manship of J. Glasser, president.
Holiday matters of the congre-
gation were discussed.
Beth El. Sisterhood sponsored
a card party at Sher Memorial
Hall last week.
Congregation Beth El, held a
special meeting under the chair-
M. J. Glasser conducted Fri-
day night services for residents
and servicemen at Beth El last
week.
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HOME FOR AGED MAY
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organization was given the go
signal by the directors at a meet-
ing last Thursday to add a kit-
chen to the present home and to
proceed with preparations for
the dedication and formal open-
ing set for October 1. Estimated
cost for the kitchen and equip-
ment will not exceed $5,000, I.
C. Greenbcrg building chairman
estimated.
Following a lengthy discus-
sion the directors voted that its
subcommittee continue to con-
fer with the Federation and
make plans for the affiliation of
the home as a member agency
of Federation. These discussions,
under way for several months,
have materialized following a
survey made here recently by
Michael Freund national author-
ity. This study was made under
the direction of the Federation
committee on community needs.
A number of additions were
made to the board and the pres-
ent officers and directors are:
Mayer H. Frankel, president: Mrs.
lsldor Cohen, honorary president: tins
Trau, vice president: Leo itoi>ini vice president; Harold Spaet. vice-
president; a. M. Bear, treasurer;
Mrs. M. Qould, honorary director;
Joel Zalls, financial secretary: Mrs.
Ida Appel, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Doroths Borenstein, recording
secretary and Daniel Broad, auditor.
Board of Directors: Samuel Aron-
stein, K K. Adler, a Abramson. Mrs,
Mi Appel, A. M. Bear, Prank Beck-
er, Samuel Bernstein, Mrs. i>.....thy
Borenstein, Daniel Broad, Bhepard
Broad, J. Chaves, Mrs. Isldor Cohen,
Harrj Danxlger, N. II. Darsky, I.
Max er ll Prank* I, I:
i"- ner, Nathan Glasser, Max Green-
berg, Abraham Goodman, Benjamin
K ll Le\ m.
Mrs. Fanny Land, Mrs. Anna B.
Mi Ma \ I "in ii/.. I. Pi arlsteln,
M. Rappaport, S. Relnhard, San Rlt-
ter, Leo Robinson, Moi i Is K Rubin,
Harold Spaet, Monte Si lig,
S Pred K. Shochet,
: Mm l: njamln Sherry, 'ins
Ti a ;. Sj dm y Wi Intraub, Ml Rose
\\ ;--. Joi : i' Zalls, Mai.: J V.
man.
Ladies' auxiliary representatives:
Mrs Joel iv Zalls, president Mrs
B Levine, Mrs. Lena Mason and
Mrs >' v Welntraub,
OBITUARIES
HERMAN DRUCKER
Herman Drueker, 75, of 756 Meri-
dian ave Miami Beaeh. a retired
Jeweler who came here eight yean
awn from New York city, died Sun-
day. Druoker*a two brothers. Merits
and Siginund Drueker, ami a son,
Joseph Druoker, operate Miami Beach
Jewelry stores. Also surviving; are
his wife. Mrs. Reglna Drueker; an-
other son. Nathan, navy overseas, and
a daughter, Mrs. Dora Topol. New
York city. The funeral was held
Tuesday from Riverside Memorial
.hapel. with burial in Mount NebO
cemetery.
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CHARNA ESTRIN
Mrs. t'harna Kstrin 57. a Miami
Beach resident for two years, died
Saturday at her home. 17745 Meridian
ave. She formerly lived In New York
city. Surviving are lur husband,
Morris Kstrin. and two daughters,
Mrs. Miriam liai and Miss Ann Ks-
trin, all of Miami Beach. The funeral
was held Monday from Gordon Funeral
home, with burial in Mount Nebo
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INFANT DAUGHTER
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Stutsky, 71 :l X. W. 11th ave.,
died Saturday A brother. Jackie.
also survives. Services were conduct-
ed Monday at Gordon Funeral home.
with burial in Mount Nebo cemetery,
WHAT-WHERE WHEN
Tuesday. July 24
Tempi.- Beth shoiom Sisterhood,
card party and social evening. 1'an
American Room, Blackstone Hotel,
S ; I III p. m.
Wednesday. July 25
Army-Navy Committee meeting.
Federation office. 3:30 p. in.: Miami
YMllA. general membership meet-
in*:. 8:30 p. m.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, 137 N
E. 19th St.KeKular services Kndaf
evening at 8:18 p. m. Rabbi Sau
Applebaum will conduit services ami
preach The confirmation ol Eugene,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert 1-.. Rosen-
thai, will take place.
MIAMI JEWISTTORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m.
and Saturday morning services at
a. m. Schaarol Zedek Talmud Torah,
1545 S. YV. 3rd Street, Friday eve-
ning services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday
mornliik- services at 9 a. in. Daily
services i 00 a. m. and 7:1.) p. m.
BETH DAVID" CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.
Regular services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
il jo a. m. Dally Mlnyan. He-
brew School daily from Monday
through Thursday. 9 a. m. until 12.
Radios Phonographs
P. A. Systems Auto Radios
Electrical Contracting
Electrical Appliances
Refrigeration Motors Fans
LYONS
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Telephone 2-7618
440 S. W. 8th Street
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Lib-
eral, 761 41st Street, Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:45.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.Friday evening service
at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning serv-
ices at S:30 a m. Schalos Seudos at
7:30 p. m. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will chant. Slimmer sessions of tin
religious school Monday llirmiKh Fri-
day, from : to 11'.
MONAHAN'S
ONE-STOP
AUTO SERVICE
2160 S W. 8th Street
Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Sunday* 9 to 3
PHONE 3-8266
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackonb
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
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1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabhas at 7:15 p. m. Fri-
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Sad to relate, a store may have scads of red
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A store or shop without modern air conditioning
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establishment Customers prefer to shop in cool
comfort. Rising temperatures usually mean rising
sales in an air conditioned store because folks
stay longer and buy more.
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Belcher Industries ... for Belcher will install
Sclt DiUributort Scu.h Florid. /
your air conditioning system and guarantee the
results for efficiency, low operating cost and
lasting service!
By making your deposit now, priority of delivery
is assured .. giving you first call on Carrier Air
Conditioning the system which provides you
with clean, evenly-distributed, draughtless air of
precisely-controlled temperature and humidity
. day in and day out, summer and winter!
BELCHER,
INDUSTRIES
Belcher Oil Comply
ESTABLISHED 191$
MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES. FLORID*
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