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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^-THE JEWISH UNITY
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THE IFWISH WEE KL
fWME 18-NUMBER 32
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
LEADERS PLEASED
RESULTS OF
BIG THREE MEET
New York, (JTA) Leaders
of all major Jewish organizations
hailed the decisions of the "Big
Three" at the Potsdam Confer-
ence which, among other things,
provide for the complete aboli-
tion of ill' Naz' racial laws and
which ensure rights for all citi-
zens oi ('.ermany irrespective of
race, nationality, or religion.
The t( xi '>f the tripartite agree-
ment or the political principles
to govern the treatment of Ger-
many in 'he initial control per-
iod, contains a clause reading:
All Nazi laws which provided
the basis oi the Hitler regime or
established discrimination on the
grounds of race, creed, or poli-
tical opinion shall be abolished.
No sueh discrimination, whether
legal administrative or otherwise,
shall bo tolerated."
Another clause in the agree-
ment dealing with the establish-
ment oi a .judicial system in Ger-
many reads: "The judicial sys-
tem will be reorganized in ac-
I cordanci with the principles of
I democracy, of justice under law,
and of i iual rights for all citi-
zens without distinction of race,
nationality or religion."
I
II HOMES AFTER
DEPORTED
Frankfurt-On-Main, (JTA)
Fewer than 10,000 of the 234,000
Jews deported to Germany and
Poland lrom France, Belgium,
the Netherlands and Norway
during the Nazi occupation have
returned to their homeland, ac-
cording to the first statistical re-
view on the subject prepared by
U- S. military authorities.
It appears from the review that
fewer than five percent of the
deportee, are still alive. It said,
Although a few additional Jews
and political deportees may still
he uncovered in hospitals and
other plates in Germany, the
ailicrence between the two sets
01 figures represents approxi-
mately the number of French,
w'Sian, Dutch and Norwegian
racial and political deportees
*ne. duci ;,i Auschwitz, Bergen-
c'scn. Sathsenhausen, Nord-
,a.Uitn' Dachau. Buchenwald and
other Nazi murder camps."
u.h0,'11/1'3' what better than Jews, the re-
L L'^'"^ out, disclosing that
W 163,000 deported for political
trfa.n.S' t39,000 have been rePa"
,!.' ,llL*n continues: "With
fion racial deportees, the
{Jjures indicate that the Nazi
R?'lcv was to deport Jews from
e*L5up"'d countries and then
cimrii mat<-' tht'm- The Physical
nd,,,on nf thp repatriat^d>jews
L.;d un !ho whole, and it was
te,'ubrinS most of. them
^hospual trains or special con-
^sjTEwisiTsraviCEs
HELD in J5FFENBACH
Thefn'rn'1,iTh- Germany, (JTA) -
than o Ulsh services in more
'his citv k .year? wero held iD
'oo 22i Ut only 12 of thc 1--
Jew. ^ns who attended were
ors o# n'J art' the on'y surviv-
lation lcnbach's Jewish popu-
al'n who have returned.
bujidLScl vices were held in a
CckeH 'n ,h0 rear Of the
town's hrtynagoKue- with the
tors ,,, ,uR0Taster and the pas-
^otestan, lCaV Catholic and
wstant churches attending.
^MMB
World Zionist Conference Opens, With Weizmann
Appealing to Great Britain for New Palestine Policy
London. (JTA) The first
world Zionist conference since
the outbreak of the war opened
here with a dramatic address by
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, in which he appealed to the
British Government to adopt a
new policy with regard to Pales-
tine based on the acceptance of
Jewish statehood and recogni-
tion of Jewish rights to free im-
migration and settlement in Pal-
estine. He urged the carrying out
of a practical program of politi-
cal and economic activities in
order to achieve a speedy trans-
formation of Palestine into a
Jewish State.
The leader of the world Zion-
ist movement also appealed to
the United Nations, particularly
to the United States and the
USSR, "to give their approval
and support to the righting of an
ancient wrong" and to secure for
the Jewish people their place in
the family of nations.
The Jews, Dr. Weizmann said,
with their 6,000.000 victims, their
1,000,000 fighters and 35,000 Pal-
estine volunteers, were relegated
to corridors at the San Francisco
Conference, while states were ad
mitted which had just signed dec-
laration of war. "Continuation of
this anomaly is intolerable," he
continued. "The Jewish people
must be given their rightful place
in the family of nations. Palestine
as a Jewish State must be one
of the fruits of victory. By God
it shall be!"
Emphasizing that the primary
responsibility for enunciation of
a new policy with regard to Pal-
estine is Britain's, Dr. Weizmann
recalled the declarations by the
American political parties and
the endorsements given to the
Zionist cause by the late Presi-
dent Roosevelt and President
clared. "goes out to all the Unit-
ed Nations, especially to the two
major allies of Britain the
United States and the USSR
who in this very hour meet to
mould the world's destinies."
Stressing the question of Jew-
ish immigration to Palestine as
"the most urgent problem," the
leader of the World Zionist Or-
ganization asked the British Gov-
ernment for a speedy decision on
the Jewish demand for 100,000
certificates as a first installment
on a post-war Jewish immigra-
tion to Palestine. At the same
time, he appealed to all govern-
ments to grant free exit to all
Jews in their countries willing
to emigrate to Palestine. "I ap-
peal to the conscience of the
world: Let my people go!" he
said.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Prof.
Selig Brodetsky, who addressed
the opening session demanded
the immediate cancellation by
the British Government of the
White Paper. They insisted that
free Jewish immigration to Pal-
estine, which has been restricted
by the White Paper, must resume
now.
Dr. Wise conveyed to the gath-
ering the greetings of the Zion-
ists of America. He attacked the
Pan-Arab League's anti-Zionist
efforts and assured the delegates
that "American Zionists will not
rest until Palestine is established
as a free and democratic Jewish
Commonwealth." Other speakers
at the opening session were Chief
Rabbi Leo Baeck of Berlin. Elia-
hu Dobkin, head of the immigra-
tion department of the Jewish
Agency, and David Remez, lead-
er of the Histadruth. Speaking in
Hebrew, Remez emphasized that
every Jewish family in Palestine
is ready to take a new immigrant
Truman. "Our appeal," he de- from Europe into its home.
The use of "backdoor diplo-
macy" in the struggle for Jew-
ish rights in Palestine was strong-
ly condemned by Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, co-chairman of the Am-
erican Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil, addressing a closed session
of the World Zionist Conference.
"Whatever the situation is, we
must clearly state our aims and
not use roundabout methods,"
Dr. Silver said. He paid tribute
to the efforts of the World Zion-
ist Executive, which, he said,
were made against terrible odds
during the last six years, and
emphasized that in expressing
disagreement, he was not assail-
ing those at the helm of the
World Zionist movement.
The American delegation. Dr.
Silver stressed, came to the
World Zionist Conference united.
He lauded the services of Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise to the cause of
American Zionism and added
that whatever the difference be-
tween him and Dr. Wise regard-
ing methods of work, the Zionist
movement in the United States
remains unshaken.
"We have heard Dr. Weizmann
warning us not to have too much
confidence in government lead-
ers," Dr. Silver told the dele-
gates, "I said it in 1944 at the
convention of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America. But then the
executive and its officers were
insisting on our putting all our
trust in Roosevelt and Churchill.
Now Churchill is out, and Roose-
velt unfortunately dead. We are
more .hopef.ul_regard.ing the La-
bor Government, but thai is be-
cause of the public stand which
the Labor Party has taken with
regard to the Palestine issue and
not because we base our hopes
on our personal relations with
this or that politician, however
important he may be."
3
H
MUNICH AREA ARE
Y
Geneva, (JTA) All "Jewish
camps" in the Munich area, which
is in the American zone, are
being directed by the newly-
formed "Central Committee for
Jewish Liberatees in Germany,'*
under the supervision of the mil-
itary authorities, according to
Jacob Griffel, a representative
of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States, who has
just returned here from a visit
to camps in Germany.
Griffel told a JTA correspond-
ent that about 15,000 Jews from
practically every country in Eu-
rope are in the camps in the Mu-
nich region. These have been
specially constructed by the
U. S. Army to receive Jews lib-
erated from the Nazi camps. The
largest of the new camps is Fcl-
defen, which has a population of
5,000, mainly from Hungary and
Rumania. Feldefen was a former
Hitler Youth home. The com-
mander of the camp is Lieut.
Harry Smith, a Jew. Griffel said
that Lieut. Smith is doing every-
thing in his power to make the
Internees life as pleasant as pos-
sible. A library, motion picture
theatre and kindergarten have
been established.
NEW REGIONAL AIDE
IS IN FLORIDA OFFICE
Mrs. Stella Counselbaum,
formerly a staff member of the
national office of the Anti-De-
famation League and for eight
years the program director of
the Chicago Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, has been as-
signed to the Florida Regional
Office as assistant director.
A graduate of the University
of Chicago, Mrs. Counselbaum is
the second woman in the United
States to receive a citation from
the Round Table. She was a
founder and first secretary of
the Illinois Association for the
Crippled, Inc. She served on the
executive committee of the Chi-
cago Urban League, is secretary
of the Jewish Book Council of
America and is a member of the
American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Counselbaum will assume
her duties on September 1.
TRIAL OF AUSTRIANS
TO BEGIN AUGUST 13
Vienna, (JTA) The trial of
four Austrian war criminals on
charges of murdering 102 Hun-
garian Jews, will begin Aug. Id
in the People's Court in Vienna,
it was announced here. The trial
is "awaited with great interest
by the public, declared the Vien-
na radio.
The four men who were mem-
bers of the Nazi Storm Troopers
are accused of murdering the
Hungarian Jews while they were
being transferred from a concen-
tration camp to another camp
at Deutschaltenburg, said the
broadcast. Admission to tne
trials will be by tickets which
are available through the secre-
taries of the democratic parties,
the broadcast added.
Washington (JTA)r-The State
Department announced the sign-
ing of an agreement between the
United States and Iraq under
which lend lease aid will be giv-
en to Iraq.
GIVES REASON FOR
OP 10 LEADERS
Vienna. (JTA) Prof. Ben-
zion Lazar, new head of the Jew-
ish Community in Vienna ex-
plained to the correspondent of
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
the reasons for the arrest by the
Russian authorities of Dr. Joseph
Lowenherz and Heinrich Bein-
feld, Jewish community leaders.
The two, he said, are charged
with collaborating with the Ges-
tapo in organizing the deporta-
tion of Jews to extermination
camps during the Nazi regime.
"Thinking to save themselves."
he said. "Dr. Joseph Lowenherz.
his assistant, Heinrich Beinfeld
and their associates faithfully
carried out the Nazi orders for
the selection of those Viennese
Jews who were to be extermi-
nated. They frequently shared
confiscated property with the
Gestapo. That is why the Rus-
sians have arrested these two.
Some others of lesser guilt are
still working in the offices of the
Jewish community but will be
eliminated in time. Many who
helped the Gestapo were in the
end themselves transported to
the gas chambers."
PALESTINE ARABS NOW
HAVE SUPREME BODY
Jerusalem, (JTA) A supreme
representative body of Palestine
Arabs has been formed at a con-
ference of Arab leaders in Am-
man with Emir Abdullah of
Transjordan, it was announced
here.
This marks the first time since
before the war that the conflict-
ing groups within the Arab com-
munity of Palestine have been
able to unite in a single body.
NEW BRITISH CABINET
INCLUDES FOUR IEWS
London, (JTA) The new
British Cabinet includes four
Jewish members. They are:
Emannuel Shinwell, Minister of
Fuel and Power; Lewis Silkin,
Minister for Town and Country
Planning; Lord Nathan, parlia-
mentary under-Secretary of War,
and G. R. Strauss, parliamentary
secretary of War Transport.
Zionist leaders have expressed
their satisfaction with the fact
that in addition to appointing
George Henry Hall to the post of
Colonial Secretary, the new La-
bor Cabinet appointed also
Czech Jones as under-Secretary
for Colonies. Both are known to
have expressed their opposition
to the British White Paper under
which the doors of Palestine are
now closed to Jewish immigra-
tion.
EFOR
AGEO TO AFFILIATE
Fl
REPRESENTATIVES TO
ACT AS LIAISON MEN
Washington. (JTA) A
spokesman for the War Depart-
ment said that authorization to
send representatives to Germa-
ny to act as liaison officers be-
tween the U. S. military author-
ities and stateless and other
Jews still held in camps, will be
given to all principal Jewish or-
ganizations.
"However, it is up to UNRRA
to decide which groups are
going, who is to be represented,
and how many representatives
they are to have," he added. The
War Department, he explained,
decides only whether the indi-
viduals selected to go are satis-
factory to the military authori-
ties. The rest is up to UNRRA.
At a meeting of the Board oi
Directors of the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami last
Monday evening approval by a
close vote, was made of a mo-
tion by which the organization
will make application to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for affiliation as a participating
agency.
This action was taken after a
series of meetings of joint com-
! mittees representing the home
and Federation in which policies
! of the organization were clearly
defined so as to be acceptable to
both groups. Under the changes
adopted, the home will be fi-
nanced by Federation meeting all
operating deficits and the home
will refrain from all independent
community fund raising.
The Board also moved that tho
home should make formal appli-
cation to the newly created Unit-
ed Jewish Fund Campaign which
will conduct a Capital Fund
raising drive in October of this
year. If taken in as one of the
group, the home will receive a
portion of the funds raised for
building purposes.
Other major policies adopted
include the studies of all appli-
cations for admission to be made
by the Jewish Social Service
Board and that admission tothe
institution will be made on the
basis of need for institutional
care whether for physical, men-
tal or social reasons, regardless
of financial status.
Tel Aviv (JTA)David Frank-
furter, Yugoslav student who
was released recently from a
Swis jail where he served nine
years for assault on a Nazi lead-
er, will arrive here the middle of
this month, it is reported here.
He is among a group of refugees
enroute to Palestine.
DECREE RETURNS NAZI
CONFISCATED GOODS
Bucharest, (JTA) The Min-
istry of Justice issued a decree
ordering the return to Jews of
land, houses, factories or shops
taken from them since August,
1940, by pro-German regimes.
The decree specified that sales
to non-Jews which were made
under duress and transfers of
property made for the sole pur.
pose of hiding Jewish ownershipj
are also null and void.
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PAGE TWO
vJewistiflcriarian
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10,
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. William Singer
left Thursdays to spend several
Weeks in the north.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Joffe are
returning to their home in Miami
after spending July and the early
part of August at the Versaille
Hotel, Miami Beach.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rosman
are spending two weeks here
visiting with friends.
M/Sgt. and Mrs. Burnett Roth
are spending I wo weeks at the
Liberty Hotel. Miami. Sgt. Roth,
Past President of Sholem Lodge,
is stationed at Camp Blanding.
Nathan Adelman is out of the
city on a business trip through
the north.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin left Satur-
day for New York and the Po-
conus. She will be joined next
week by her husband, when they
will visit with their children who
are in northern camps. The fami-
ly will return for the holidays.
Stan Bromberg, associated with
the Glade House Publishing Co-
in Coral Gables, is leaving on a
business trip for New York next
week. At the same time his
mother, Mrs. Anne Bromberg. is
going to New Haven. Conn., to
visit \vith her family.
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Alstct
are visiting at the Versaille Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Alstet,
now serving a pulpit in Long
Island, N. Y.. served Beth David
Congregation in Miami as its
spiritual leader in 1927.
AL BERKOWITZ TO
HOLD OPENHOUSE
Mr. and Mrs. Al Beikowitz will
hold open house Sunday after-
noon at 3;00 o'clock at the home
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Berkowitz, 701 S. W. 27th
Road in honor of their new born
son, Leonard Jay. Pidyon Haberi
ceremony will take place. Friends
aii- invited.
SHARON APPEL TO WED CAPTAIN ROBBINS

ENGAGEMENT
Lt. (sg) E. Albeit Pallot re-
turned to his station following
a leave spent here with his
family.
Lt. Colman A. Zwitman, Chap-
lain with the United States
Army and on leave from his
pulpit of Temple Israel, has left
New Jersey for the coast where
he is awaiting assignment for
overseas duty.
Mrs. Louis Kligman. the for-
mer Miss Sylvia Edelson. and her
children, Doris and Philip, of
Philadelphia, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed-
elson. 3054 N. Bay Road. The
Kligmans will spend the summer
here and en their return north
will be accompanied by Mrs.
Harry Edelson who will spend
sometime in Philadelphia and
New York.
Mrs. L. J. Hartz will leave to-
day for New York where she will
spend several weeks with her
daughter in Woodmere, L. I.
Miss Judith Weiss, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weiss. 1650
S. W. 21st St., is spending the
summer as a dramatics counselor
at a girls' camp at Raquette
Lake, N. Y. She writes to her
parents that camp life is grand.
Miss Weiss will return to New-
York University in the fall to
enter her senior year where she I
is majoring in dramatics.
Mr. and MrY William Cap-
land. 736 Collins Avenue, have
announced the engagement of
their sister. Miss Rae Capland,
to Charles L. Oppenhcimer.
SK lc, son of Mis. Lewis Op-
penheimer of New York city.
The wedding will take place on
Sept. 12.
Miss Capland is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, and
has been affiliated with Saks-
Fifth Avenue for the past four
years.
Mr. Oppenhcimer is a gradu-
ate of Cornell university and is
now stationed with the Coast
Guard at Key West.
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The betrothal of Miss Beverly
Leavitt to Lt. Morris Hamburg
was announced by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldberg. 1575
Washington Avenue.
Miss Leavitt attended New
York University and at pn sent
is visiting relatives and friends
in New York and Philadelphia.
Lt. Hamburg whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ham-
burg of Philadelphia is a gradu-
ate of University of Pennsyl-
vania and attended New York
University. He is a meteorolo-
gist attached to the army air
corps. Before leaving for the
South Pacific he was in Miami
Beach on a 10-day leave.
The marriage will take place
upon the return of Lt. Hamburg
from overseas.
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haron
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21st St.
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was gradu.
Btwl 'rom Mi.
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tended the Uni-
ty of Mi.
ami.
c apt. Robbins,
who returned re-
cently after if
n unths in the
M (liter.
ranean theater
flight sur-
B n. is sta-
t i o n e d at the
AAF Regional and Convalescent hospital, Nautilus unit. He is the
son ot Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Robbins, Chicago, and was graduated
Cum Laude from the University of Loyola Medical School of that
city. He is a member of Phi Lambda Kappa.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Solomon,
of Miami Beach, have announc-
ed the engagement of then-
daughter, Violet Edith, to Pfc.
Alvin Hyman of Bayonne. N. J.,
son of Mrs. Rose Hyman. Pri-
vate Hyman is stationed at
Homestead at the Army Air
field. No date has been set for
the Weding.
BRISM
Rabbi Stephen Wise will offi-
ciate at the marriage of Lt. Shel-
don M. Rutter and Miss Phyllis
Duskin which will occur at the
St. George hotel in Brooklyn on
Sunday, August 26.
Lt. Rutter is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Rutter of Miami
Beach, recently returned to ci-
vilian life. His bride-elect is a
member of a well known Phila-
delphia family and is a graduate
of Columbia university.
Following the ceremony they
will leave for a honeymoon in
the Berkshire mountains.
One year ago on August 26.
the date for the wedding. Lieut.
Rutter had been reported "miss-
ing in action" in Europe.
PERSONALS
Brism taking place this week
included the sons of Cpl. and
Mrs. Herman Kelman and Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Forrest. Rabbi
S. M. Machtei otficiated.
Mr. Isidore Palmer of Balti-
more, Md., is a guest at the Es-
sex House, Miami Beach. While
here he is being entertained by
his brother, Sidney H. Palmer.
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Coporal Isreal Schweitzer left
left Thursday to spend his fur-
lough with his father in Buffalo,
N. Y.. and his wife's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. Gelman, Asbury
Park, N. J.
Recently resigned as first vio-
linist with the Philadelphia sym-
phony orchestra, Herbert Bau-
mel has arrived in Miami Beach
for a visit with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Baumel. 1023
Lenox Avenue. He has accepted
a post as concertmaster and as-
sistant conductor of the Fort
Wayne, Ind., Philharmonic or-
chestra. This winter he will
conduct a series of concerts and
appear as solo violinist. Mr.
Baumel appeared in a recital
here last year. Twice he has
been chosen by Leopold Stokow-
ski as a member of the All
American Youth orchestra when
it toured the United States and
South America.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Al e Glantz, 2020
S. W. 24th St., anno nice the ar-
rival of a son, Ban;. Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Silver,
825 Washington Ave, Miami
Beach, announce the arrival of
a daughter, Jacqueline.
Mr. and Mrs. Josephine Mann-
heimer, 1660 Lenox Ave.. Miami
Beach, announce tht birth of i
daughter, Carole Hennina.
Mr. and Mrs. David Alcock,
734 S. W. 4th St.. Miami, an-
nounce the arrival of a son,
Steven Pal.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish
and family returned Wednesday
following their summer vacation
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PAGE THREE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
Everyone I speak to says that
u i- s the finest summer they
g*L ever witnessed down here.
feauttul nights and the not-
r: days are making those
K who were lucky enough
? remain here for the summer
a\ "at we are indeed to be
SI We realize that more
When our letters and post
cards from our friends who have
eonc north talk of nothing but
S rain, rain. In fact the ram
?m been so bad in New York
that understand Mayor La-
Guardia has issued an arrest or-
der for old Pluvius.
In spite of the bad weather up
north. S.1 and Josie Goldstrom
2E from Osceola Inn, Hender-
mville N. C, that walking
down he main street of that
r0.VI1 is like Saturday morning
at the Mercantile National Bank,
everybody is there ...
WhUr we are speaking of va-
cation- Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Zukernick are on their way to
Cuba; Irving Marcus has gone
to the sweltering city of Chicago;
Domthv Borenstein has returned
to Philadelphia with her hus-
band who is stationed there un-
til September 1.
Then will not be a monthly
B'nai B'rith meeting this month.
The i"> rtainment committee,
under the chairmanship of Sam
Silver, are busy formulating
plans for a social at the end of
August so look for the an-
nouncement soon.
Sgt. Burnett Roth and wife
arc spending his two-week fur-
lough hi at home in Miami.
SRt. Roth, a former B'nai B"rith
president who did such a fine
job as toastmaster at our last
instalhtion banquet, will do his
best to see and visit all his
friends but don't expect the
impossibliso, if he doesn't get
around to you, you'll realize that
two weeks is a very short time
when you've been away so long.
Plans are being made for a
State B'nai B'rith conference at
Daytona Beach early in Septem-
ber. ODT regulations and re
quests will of necessity make
the conference a small one
but more about this at a later
date.
George Talianoff tells me that
a new assistant director of the
ADL is coming in and will go
to work September 1. She is
Mrs. Stella Counselbaum, from
Chicago, where she was associ
ated with the ADL office there
and before that was program di-
rector for the Chicago Round
Table. Those of you who want
to really show Mrs. Counselbaum
that you welcome her, can do so
by letting the B'nai Brith office
know where she can find a bed-
room apartment.
No one knows how close they
live to fame, for instance, one of
our own members, Sam Pepko-
witz, has a son, Dr. Paul Leon-
ard Pepkowitz, who has been
working on the atomic bomb
and who was in New Mexico
during the atomic bomb experi-
ments you have been reading
about. Sunday Mr. Pepkowitz
received a telegram from his son
telling him to watch the Mon-
day morning papers for an im-
portant announcement, which,
of course, was President Tru-
man's story on the atomic bomb.
We hope that Mr. Pepkowitz
will give us more information
on this at our next meeting.
M. BEACH BANKER
DIES WEDNESDAY
Judson Lewis Owen, 52, presi-
dent of the Mercantile National
Bank at Miami Beach and asso-
ciated with Miami Beach civic af-
fairs, died Wednesday at his
home. 2419 N. Meridian Ave. He
had been active and in apparent-
ly good health until Saturday
when he suffered a heart attack.
Owen came to Miami Beach
nine years ago from West Palm
Beach. He joined the Mercantile
ST. PETE ZIONISTS
SHOW NICE PROGRESS
Steady progress has been
made by the St. Petersburg
Zionist district, which was or-
ganized earlier in the year by
Jacob Lurie with the help of
Louis Cohen, Rabbi Herbert
Wilner, Joseph Cieman and oth-
ers. The organization has over
50 members and was recently
issued a charter. Its president
is M. G. Rosenberg, a former
resident of Tampa, who had
served as president of that dis-
trict for three years and has to
his credit a lifetime of aervice
in Jewish communal affairs.
APT. ASSOCIATION
ISSUES MEMBERSHIPS
Life memberships were con-
ferred on three officers of the
Miami Beach Apartment associ-
ation at its meeting this week
at Central Beach Elementary
school.
Albert Kahn and Martin Lip-
man, former presidents of the
association, were honored along
with Henry Rieser, recording
secretary.
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF
JR. HADASSAH MEETS
An executive board meeting
of the Miami Beach chapter of
Junior Hadassah was held at the
home of Natalie Sandra Frankel,
president, to outline plans for
the coming year.
Installation of newly-elected
officers will be held at the first
meeting, Thursday, October 4.
Mrs. A. Goodman, president of
Senior Hadassah, Miami Beach
chapter, will be guest speaker.
Two weeks later a member-
ship tea will replace the next
scheduled meeting.
Further plans will be an-
nounced.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, National
Director of Hillel Foundation,^
expected to visit in Miami the
early part of October, it was
learned here this week. _______
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National Bank as vice president
and a year later became presi-
dent. He helped organize and was
a director of the Miami Beach
Servicemen's pier; was a member
of Miami Beach committee for a
new hospital; was active in ad-
ministering USO affairs and was
a member of the Miami Beach
housing committee.
Masonic services were conduct-
ed Thursday at the Miami Beach
Funeral Service. The body was
sent today to Asbury Park for
services and burial.
FIELD DIRECTOR IS
MIAMI VISITOR
Sidney Jacobs, regional field
director for the southeastern and
southwestern regions of the
Council of Federation and Wel-
fare Funds, visited the Miami
area this week. He interviewed
numerous leaders in this com-
munity in furthering the pro-
gram of the Council in lending
assistance to communities.
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 I
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
U. OF M. REGISTRATION
TO TAKE PLACE AUG. 14
Registration for the second
regular summer session at the
University of Miami will take
place from 8:30 to 12:30 P. M.
on Aug. 14, in room H of the
main building, Harry H. Provin,
registrar announced.
New students, some of whom
will be veterans, are expected
to enroll as candidates for de-
grees at the session, Provin said.
He also said that the university
anticipates the continuation of
many students enrolled for the
current term.
The second session will end
Sept. 25, he disclosed.
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man and family have returned i
to their home on Alton Road al-
ter a two-month northern trip.
During his journey Rabbi Lehr-
man made a tour of army camps
in behalf of the NCCJ and was
called suddenly to New York
upon the death of his father.
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Miami 18
Dlgeet "f 'I"- mall received al Jewish
Floriilliiii pout office l>ox.
AN OPEN LETTER
Mr. Harry Zukernick, Chairman
United Jewish Building Fund Campaign
Greater Miami, Florida
Dear Harry:
1 write you through this means in the hope the import of
my few remarks reach as many as possible among those in-
terested and concerned with the future progress and welfare
of our Jewish community.
Last week's edition of the Jewish Floridian carried the of-
ficial announcement of your selection and your acceptance of
the chairmanship of the United Jewish Building Fund cam-
paign I am sure you realize the task you have before you.
Your responsibility is not an easy one. Your job in leading a
campaign to raise a fund that will have a quota, a figure close
to the million mark, is of great proportion. What's more this
initiative is a new one. ,
It is true, Harry, that your task is not to be a one-man job.
You have the support of the Federation, its organization, the
benefits of its experience and many members of the community.
Further, you have to date four major local organizations that
comprise the constituency oi the building fund and as the di-
rect beneficiaries of the capital fund drive they can be expected
to go all out in their efforts to sell Greater Miami Jewry on the
need for these funds. Other agencies may join and add that
much more manpower.
To come to the point, Harry, I just used the phrase "sell
the community." That's not going to be easy. It should be, but
I'm afraid it will be a difficult struggle. I've been interested for
many years now as have you and dozen of others in seeing
real "community center" buildings and other physical struc-
tures for Greater Miami Jewry. Too long have we left unheeded
the cry of both youth and adult of a place to meet, an audi-
torium for large gatherings, our own banquet hall where a
Jewish organization can give an affair under the proper en-
virons satisfying all phases of Jewry and the many other neces-
sities.
I thought that when the time really came that we could
see our dreams becoming a reality and a united community
would at long last take action to put our promises in deeds,
that an enthusiasm of untold magnitude would greet those in
fore of the effort. I figured that a spirit of delight, satisfaction
and joy would prevail "throughout the land." Much to my dis-
may and sorrow I find to the contrary.
Duriny the past two weeks I discussed the drive with a half
dozen of the people I presumed would set an example for the
rest to follow. Harry, they don't have their heart in this un-
dertaking. I was amazed at the inadequate amount of the
pledges they talk about giving to this all important effort of
providing capital funds in this one-time drive.
I was disappointed in their attitudedisheartened in their
picayunish attempts to discredit the overall program. They
find faults with parts of the planned structures and proqress
which at this time are not as yet down on black and white.
People are funny They don't do and act as individuals. They
follow the example set by those who are in the forefront, by
those who leadby those who are in a position to do and act.
That example will determine the success of the United Jewish
Building Fund's campaign.
It is not too late, Harry, to change this attitudeeliminate
this apathy. I think that is your -biggest job at the moment. I
know you are having your hands full with North Beach not
cooperating and expressing their determination to raise funds
for their own program and structures.
To use the current tune, we must accentuate the positive
and eliminate the negative. Don't wait until you are too close
to the drive. Now is the time to get the ball rolling to extract
real leadership in acts and not talk from those from whom the
example of big gifts and much activity is a must. Let's "sell"
those who will sell the community.
Yours for a spirit and enthusiasm for the coming drive that
will insure its success.
.______________________________FRED K. SHOCHET
LADIES AUXILIARY TO
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold open house at the home,
335 S. W. 12th Avenue, this Sun-
day afternoon, August 12th,
from 3 to 6 P. M. Members and
friens are invited.
The auxiliary held a board
meeting on August 6 for the pur-
pose of appointing a recording
secretary and a corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Ida Orlansky
and Mrs. Jacob Cnaves, who
formerly held these offices, had
to resign on account of ill health.
Mis. C. Dawn is the new record-
ing secretary and Mrs. B. S.
Miller the new corresponding
secretary.
The ladies organized a sewing
circle to meet the needs of the
home with Mrs. M. Shore, chair-
lady. Her assistants are: Mrs. C.
TOWN HALL COMES
TO TEMPLE ISRAEL
Town hall comes to Miami
this coming season with Temple
Israel selecting the name under
which they will present a series
of outstanding lectures. Names
nationally prominent will make
guest appearances here during
the winter months and will be
heard at the Miami Senior High
school auditorium. E. Max Gold-
stein, president of the Men's
Club, states that Erica Mann and
Robert St. John are among per-
sonalities under consideration.
Daumn. Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. D
Glock, Mrs. H. Danizger, Mrs. P
Scheinberg and Mrs. Joe Zalis.
The first meeting of the circle
will be held at the home on Au-
gust 16 at 11 A. M Lunch will
be served with Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man as hostess.
Masada, Youth Zionist Organi-
zation of America announces ex-
pansion program to fill the needs
of returning veterans Gar-
ment industry sponsors joint la-
bor-management "Food For Rus-
sia Month"' campaign Thomas
Mann's "Joseph" books theme of
series of three consecutive broad-
casts over "Eternal Light" pro-
grams starting Sunday. August
12th. over WIOD at 11:00 A. M.
. European clergymen gratified
by positive attitude towards re-
ligionmillions of GI's and sail-
ors demonstrate on every battle-
field and beachheads according
to Chaplain Selwvn D. Ruslan-
der, USNR Jewish rituals
were conducted from a plane fly-
ing over the hidden valley of
Shangri-La for Sgt. Belle G.Nai-
mer, WAC. who burned in the
crash in the hidden valley of
Shangri-La as a member of Far
East Service Command in the
Southwest Pacific.
Guy M. Gillette, former Sen-
ator from Iowa, in a dramatic
declaration made at the head-
quarters of the Hebrew Com-
mittee of National Liberation
over which flew the blue-white
Hebrew national flag, announc-
ed his decision to devote him-
self to the effort of securing a
permanent and effective solu-
tion to the tragic problem of
the Hebrew people of Europe
and Palestine in accepting the
office of President of the Am-
erican League for a Free Pales-
tine and chief political advisor
of the Hebrew Committee of
National Liberation Mizra-
chi Women's Organization ac-
cepts responsibility for group
of 60 children refugees liber-
ated by American troops from
European concentration camps
now in Palestine Working
Women's Council of Palestine
places all its women's institu-
tions at the service of demobil-
ized PATS. Jewish women
volunteers now being released
from the Army Noted poul-
try expert to Palestine at invi-
tation of Jewish Agency there
to develop industry and make
possible absorption of addi-
tional immigrants.
Dade County Legal Aid Com-
mittee reports that its fourth vear
of operation served 2169 clients
. Need for waste paper con-
tinues as additional products for
Pacific theatres are converted
from paper salvage.
Charging the "Polish Gov-
ernment in Exile" and the I
"various Polish National Com-
mittees set ud in all large cen-
ters of the world" with con-
tinued anti-Jewish and sub- I
versive activities against the
present "truly democratic peo-
ple's government" in Poland,
Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum. presi-
dent of the World Federation
of Polish Jews this week told a
press conference at the Hotel
Commodore that these "reac- I
tionary forces in and outside of
Poland" are snear-heading a '
fascist drive against Poland and
the Soviet Union which must
be investigated and crushed
immediately by the United Na- !
tions Crimes Commission.
Hias reports expansion of di- !
rect communication between the
United States and various Euro-
pean countries during the past
month resulted in marked in-
crease in successful locations of
Kuiopean relations ... An or-
phanage for Jewish children who
lost their parents during the
German invasion and occupation
of Greece has been opened with
funds supplied by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, Dr. Joseph
C. Hyman, J. D. C. Executive
Vice-Chairman. made known.
FRIDAY AUGUST ft
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
iPMctiy Confldeniid
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
EMMA LAZARUS
CHAPTER TO MEET
Emma Lazarus Chapter of
B nai B'rith will hold its next
meeting on Tuesday evening,
August 14, at 8:00 P. M. at the
Miami Beach YMHA, No. 1 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. All
members and their friends are
invited to attend.
ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB
The Zionist Luncheon Club
meeting at the Strand restau-
rant on Wednesday, August 8
featured as speaker, Mr. Max
Meisel, an officer of the organi-
zation.
AT HOME.....
The town of Springfield, Mass., famous for the Sn I m;
Plan of pro-democratic education, recently discovered! 1(i
shame that a number of windows in the local .svnaaoa v**
been smashed ... If a certain letter written /SenatoRi?
to a certain Jewish resident of Chicago were nude nuhl
New York, it might provoke the Jewish war vetorcus ten ""
on the Senator's home town with placards askinq for W^
peachment. That Dr. David Goldstein who wrote to 0 !?
tors criticizing our interpretation of Father Riley s pamohl r
none other than the notorious missionary who believe ft
only Jews who become converted are good Jews y .^
Goldstein presumes to advise Jewish editors on their ed^ i
policy. ... We shall, incidentally, answer Dr. Goldstein'.
plaint in full next column_____ ns COffl-
ABROAD ...
This year's Fourth of July celebration in the home town i
the Nuremberg laws was something its Nazi denizens mri
forget so soon. ... It took place at the Nurembeuj Sportscl*-
and featured, among others, screen star Jack Benny and W
monica virtuoso Larry Adler. ... The audience was GI ni
course. Don't forget to read Chaplain Teitelbnum's inam
spicuous letter in a recent issue of the New Republic
reports at first hand that after Hitler's downfall Pastor NiemJ
ler delivered himself of unmistakably anti-Semitic sentiments
... The story told by a columnist that Dr. Leo Baeck, former
Chief Rabbi of Berlin, refused to name the Nazi Gestapo tor-
turers at the Terezin concentration camp is a stupid tale with
out any foundation whatsoever in fact. ... The fixing of prices
and rationing in the American-administered zone oi Germany
will be in the hands of Capt. David Ginsburg, former OPA
counsel. .
ZIONIST NEWS ....
The Labor government of Britain will definitely issue no
less than 75,000 immigration visas to the Jewish Agency for
Palestine within the next few weeks. ... The Hebrew Commit-
tee of National Liberation is due for a new lease on life and
will be more dynamic than ever. It is true that Senator Guy
Gilette has accepted the post of political adviser to Peter Berq-
son's Committee. Paul Gervasi, the foreign correspondent,
is preparing a book on Jewish Palestine. ... The Zionist Or-
ganization of America has completed its Seventh War Loan
drive with a total of $125,000,000. Congratulations .
FILM ECHOES ....
It has just been revealed that on a certain night of May,
1941, Winston Churchill was very much annoyed at being uv
terrupted by the news that Nazi Rudolf Hess had landed in
Scotland. The then Prime Minister had been having a worr
derful time seeing a Marx Brothers picture. The death of fill
producer Winfield Sheehan recalls that his first Hollywood sue
cess, thirty years ago, was his build-up of that er.t's Number
One glamor girl, the "vamp" Theda Bara, who up to that time
had been just plain Theodosia Goodman, an aspiring young
actress from Cincinnati. .
STORY AND DENIAL____
The late novelist Charles G. Norris used to tell this story
on himself in recent years. ... It concerned the time he met
Hitler, back in 1933, and thought Adolf was a great guy doing
a fine thing for Germany. When Norris returned to America
he expressed this opinion to the reporters, and was quoted at
length in the New York papers. "Next day," he would con-
tinue, "I met Edna Ferber on the street. Without a word she
hauled off and slapped me full in the face Well, it turned
out she was right." ... But Miss Ferber, very indignant about
the tale, assures us that the incident was but a figment of the
Norris imagination. .
ABOUT PEOPLE____
A long, long time ago we told you that Judge Jonah J.
Goldstein would be a candidate for the mayoralty of New
York. Now that he is the Republican standaidbearer we
predict that he will be elected. ... It is true that Henry Morgen-
thau's resignation was precipitated because Secretary Byrnes
could not bear the idea that Morgenthau was next to him in
the line of succession to the Presidency? Morgenthau, we
are told, is seriously considering running for senator from
New York if Senator Mead enters next year's gubernatorial
race. Professor Harold Laski, one of the most distinguished
economists and braintrusters of the British Labor PartV' is
being attacked by British and American Tories as a sinister
menace to British-American relations: Laski, by the way,
is using his tremendous influence to secure a just decision on
the Jewish Palestine issue. Pierre van Paassen's new book.
a major tome of 200,000 words, is scheduled for publication on
February 7, 1946. ... The title is "Earth Could Be Fair." .
There is nothing to the rumors Maxim Litvinoff will returni to
Washington as Soviet ambassador to the U.S.A. Juda.
Samuel I. Rosenman will return to private practice after his
return from Europe, any day now. The exodus of Jews
from post-war governmental post will hit a new high with tee
impending resignation of ex-Governor Lehman from UNRRA
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PAGE FIVE
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samu*>l J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
QUKSTION: Why is it a cus-
tom'to blow the shofar in the
synagogue every morning dur-
ing the entire month of Elul
Starting thia year on August
ANSWER: Elul being the last
month of the Jewish. Calendar
vear and the last period before
thi- New Year of judgement, it
was decreed that this month be
devoted to repentance and in-
trospection. The shofar was
blown to reawaken within the
people the spirit of reckoning
and -, 11 improvement as a pre-
paration for the New Year. Ac-
cord l'-: to many writers it is
also done as a reminder of the
incidents of Moses' time. It is a
fact that Moses ascended for the
second time to the Mountain of
Siani to receive another set of
tablet- of the commandants.
{{, what had happened
the first time, the Shofar was
blown '." remind the people of
their responsibility while Moses
was detained on the mountain.
The date of this second ascent
was the first day of the month
of Elul and so we still sound the
Shofar during the month of Elul
to reawaken in us the serious
though' which should occupy
our minds before the day of
Judgement arrives. It seems
from the latter reason that the
original custom was to blow the
shofar only on the first day of
the month and that later on the
custom was developed to blow
it for the entire month.
QUKSTION: Why are the male
and female sexes separated in
the traditional synagogue?
ANSWER: This subject and its
underlying theories has become
an object of much discussion and
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criticism. It can best be under-
stood only with a deep appreci-
ative insight into the ideals of
Jewish religion as regards to the
place of women and the worship
rituals; only a minute account
of which can be given here.
Rather than considering the fe-
male species at a lower level
than that of the male, the Bible
and Talmudic writings have
recognized the distinct and in-
evitable position that woman-
hood holds in the welfare of
civilization. In the days of the
Temple of old, women had their
own court of prayer in the Tem-
ple known as the "Ezras Na-
shim." There they followed their
own mode of prayer and ritual
which was officiated over by a
woman. Even as late as the mid-
dle ages we find women's prayer
meetings led by their own fe-
male precenters, some of whom
acquired considerable reputa-
tion. It is not strange then that
traditional synagogues have fol-
lowed this wise movement in
establishing separate seating ar-
rangements for men and women,
even though the service is of-
ficiated by one man for the en-
tire congregation. Even the so-
called Reconstructionist and re-
formed congregations who do
not adhere to the tradition of
separating the sexes in prayer
still realize the benefit of re-
garding the two sexes as sep-
arate units when it comes to so-
cial and political organizations
of the synagogues, such as Men's
clubs, sisterhoods, auxiliaries,
etc. National Jewish movements
have realized it too, as is to be
evidenced by the separation of
the General Zionist groups from
their sister groups such as, Had-
dasah, Mizrachi Women's organi-
zation, etc. It is the Orthodox
congregation that has attempted
to carry this matter to tradi-
tional perfection when it has
maintained the separation of the
sexes during prayer. The sub-
ject cannot be complete with-
out mention of the moral and
psychological background, which
perhaps is the scientific basis
for the entire custom. There is
no doubt that the separation of
the sexes leads to better and
more attentive concentration
during the service, if the service
is adequatey arranged so as to
stimulate interest and devotion.
Recent educational statistics
have found such separation more
inducive to concentrated study
at different age ranges.
ROSE CHAPTER B'NAI
B'RITH WOMEN MEET
The Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith
Women, meeting bi-weekly dur-
ing the summer, is busy work-
ing at various projects providing
Tuesday evening programs at
the Pancoast Hospital for the
convalescent servicemen featur-
ing dancing, bingo, and ping
pong among the many forms of
entertainment.
On Sunday mornings members
can be found at the Beach where
they help serve and prepare the
Sunday breakfasts served to the
servicemen and women.
Chapter activities in the fall
will commence with a formal
opening.
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BEACH LEGION IN PUBLIC
INITIATION MEET TUESDAY
First public initiation since the
new commander, Sam B. Ber-
man, took office was held Tues-
day night by Miami Beach
American Legion post.
New Legionnaires inducted
were:
I'avid D. Dresner, Benjamin Red-
an, David J. Whyte, Kdmund John
Tlghe, Alfred Emanual Cluck, Joseph
A. DeLuhery. Mioa Olshewltz. Mil-
lard Jay Jacobi, Maurice DeHirsch
Collegeman, Seymour M. Roth. Emll
Earl Alcorn.
Michael M. Meisel. Martin Shen-
ker, C. Samuel Mason Oscar Relsler,
Albert lirossman, Joseph Turner,
Max Dantowltz.
Samuel Havedon. I.....i> H. Tea,
Ben Tonelson. Nathan Benjamin
lilunibevg. Henry Marlowe, Judge
Dove. Dlos J. Euanthes, Clarence H.
Layman,
I-Mwaril Don Kannon, William B.
Friedman, Murray B. Rose. Elmo
Ranclilph Paw-son. Dylan H. Kout,
David Yunis.
LEGAL NOTICES
LOCATION INDEX OF NAT'L
COUNCIL LOCATED HERE
"Inasmuch as the Dade county
Red Cross will no longer accept
inquiries about displaced or dis-
persed families in Europe we
feel it proper to let Miami peo-
ple know that there is a local
office of a national organization
which is an agency of the Cen-
tral location index," Mrs. Max
J. Finkelstein, new executive
secretary of the Miami section
of the National Council of Jew-
ish women announced.
Persons wishing to use the
services of the Council of Jew-
ish Women in trying to locate
displaced persons in Europe
were asked to arrange appoint-
ments by contacting the council
office, 513 Congress building,
phone 3-6554.
The staff will be glad to make
appointments for persons inter-
ested in locating their people in
Italy, France, Belgium. Holland,
Hungary, Greece, Bulgaria, Po-
land, Romania, Russia. Yugo-
slavia, Spain, Palestine, Por-
tugal and Turkey.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 39S68
Notice Is hereby given that Vi-
vian Randolph, holder as assignee of
City of Miami. Tax Certificate num
bered **>94, dated the 7th day of June.
A. D. 194.1, has filed said Certificate
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue thereon in
accordance 'with law. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property, situated in Dado County,
Florida, to-wit:
lx>t 445, Auburndalu Tamiami
Trail Addition. Flat Book 15.
1'age 36, in the City of Miami.
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of 1'nknown unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law. tax deed will Issue
thereon on the 12th day of Septem-
ber. A.D. 194.').
Dated this Sth day of August. A.D.
1945.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I lade County. Florida
By N. C. STERRETT. D. C.
8/10-17-24-31 /7
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 7.10
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach,
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
AI IRA M WASHERMAN
MOLL1E W. MARCUS
.HI.ITS WASHERMAN
MARY WASHERMAN
DIANA fOOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
8/10-17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RnllKHTS at 50 N. W. 1st St.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RUBDN OREENBERQ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
S/10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, rlesiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE & RE-
PAIR SHOP at 2767 S. W. 27th Ave.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
O FORCE ROSENE
MARX I'KINT.KRG
Attorney for Applicant
8/1O-17-24-80 9/7
HAIR REMOVED
Permanently Safely
Scientifically
BY ELECTROLYSIS
1456 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 58-1263 between 7 4 8 P.M.
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Have your roof repaired now; you
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Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned have been engaged In
the operation of a business under
the fictitious name of "PRINTING
ARTS." located at 320 West Flagler
Street, Miami Florida, and now In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK TEITLER
BARBARA TEITLER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of GEE-REEN CANDY COMPANY
at 55 N. E. 24th Street, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I. W. GREEN
DEON GREEN
ALHERT A. GREEN
JOSEPH ARAGO
MYERS & 11 HIM AN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/13-20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE lb" HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI PLASTIC PRODUCTS CO.
at 502 Langford Building. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DAN ENGELBERG
HIDNEY SAKS
IRVING NENNER
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicant.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
>f LICE'S PHARMACY Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
RALPH J. WASSERMAN
WALTER WAXMAN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BELLE ISLE CLEANERS at 3820
N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MANTEL LETOnSKY
JI'Lirs BURGER
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
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 Countv, Florida.
ANDY MARCHINSKY
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
7/13-20-27 8/3-10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the ficitious name
of LA INDIA BONITA GIFTS at 216
N. E. 1st Street Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Ill ISI-: V.V.W SINGERMAN
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
8/3-10-17-24-31.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned have been engaged In
the operation of a business under the
fictitious name of "COASTAL WIP-
ING RAGS." located at 1098 N. W.
21st street. Miami. Florida, and now
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
M. L. SHAPIRO
LEE SHAPIRO
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1Q. j
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JEWISH WOMAN AIDS
IN ATOMIC BOND
The atomic explosive possibili-
ties sprang unexpectedly from
calculations by a German Jewish
woman mathematician, Lize
Meitner. Within two weeks the
whole scientific world knew of
her theory and had verified it.
Dr. Meitner, who is Jewish,
said her own part in atomic ex-
periments virtually ended in
1938 when she was forced to
leave Germany because of Nazi
anti-semitic laws/ She resumed
atomic work only a few months
ago, she said, at the Royal Swed-
ish Academy of Science where
she is an experimental physicist.
Her sole interest in the atom,
she said, had been "from a scien-
tific and theoretical standpoint."
She had no idea that her
pioneering work in the early
1930"s which showed for the
first time that the uranium atom
could be broken downwould
help in the development of the
most destructive explosive force
yet discovered.
rTUxuni
for Rest
Convalescence
o~ fSun-RqyPark
Health Resort
RED CROSS NEEDS
SKILLED WORKERS
Are you a craftsman who can
volunteer a few hours a week?
If you are, the Arts and Skills
corps of Dade County Red Cross
needs you now.
The corps has been operating
since April of this year in the
Gulfstream-To wer s and Bilt-
more units of AAF Regional and
Convalescent hospitals. In the
arts, oil and water color paint-
ing, finger painting and sculp-
turing are taught to patients. In
the crafts, convalescent service-
men and women are learning
shell work, fabric painting, fish
fly tying and leatherwork. Most
urgent need is for craftsmen.
Arts and skills classes are held
in the hospitals from 9:30 to
11:30 A. M. and from 2:30 to
4:30 P. M., Mondays through
Fridays.
Persons interested in teaching
arts or crafts and becoming
members of the Red Cross Arts
and Skills corps may volunteer
at Red Cross headquarters. 507
N. E. First avenue Mondays
through Fridays from 10 A. M.
to 4 P. M. or by contacting Miss
Bertha Aldrich at Miami Beach
Public Library from 10 A. M.
to 7 P. M., except Thursdays.
Artists are asked to bring sam-
ples of their work.
Persons who are not skilled
artists, but would like to help
with this work are also needed
to issue supplies and keep rec-
ords.
miami w.rLACu*.io"eouiT-riomoA
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers ami family are vacationing
at the Blackstone hotel, Miami
Beach
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URGES VETS JOIN
M. BEACH POST
E. Max Goldstein, commander
of the Miami Beach Post No. 30
of Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, issued a state-
ment urging veterans to join
the post. "The Miami Beach
Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States, now
firmly organized, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all men of Jew-
ish faith who have served in our
armed forces in World War I or
II, to join and aid in a program
vital to the well being of our
fellow servicemen and to_ the
Jewish people as a whole," he
stated. "Outs is the opportunity
to refute charges of the dema-
gogues and bigots that Jewish
people are unpatriotic and un-
loyal to the principles of our
democracy. It is our duty as
veterans to lead the way ener-
getically and aggressively, com-
bating anti-Semitic and un-
American activities.
"We feel that a strong Jewish
veterans' organization here in
Miami Beach could do much to
offset the unfavorable publicity
of various publications regarding
wartime activities here at the
Beach. Our interests and labor
in behalf of servicemen, regard-
less of race or creed, will tend
to create the type of goodwill
necessary for a harmonious un-
derstanding among our Chris-
tian friends and neighbors and
to the thousand of our visitors,"
he further added.
"Ii therefore, again urge all
men of Jewish faith who hold an
honorable discharge from World
War I or II to join with us im-
mediately. You can receive your
application from my office. 600
Lincoln Road Building, or from
our adjutant, S. Rivkind. at the
President Hotel or from our
quartermaster, A. Brick. 317
Lincoln Road."
Tin next mooting will be held
at the President Hotel, 1423 Col-
lins Avenue, on Wednesday eve-
ning, Augus, 15, 1945, at 8 P. M.
Refreshments will be served.
MRS. KOLMAN LURIA
DIES IN CONNECTICUT
Mrs. Kolman Luria passed
away last week at her home at
Ansonia. Conn, after a sudden
heart attack. The Lurias have
been Beach residents for a num-
ber of years, taking part in Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center activi-
ties.
Rabbi and Mrs. Shapiro are
now at home following a north-
ern trip.
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B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
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005 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
ISAAC IOFFE ON
"ROUND TABLE"
Isaac Joffe, Miami attorney,
will represent the Jewish faith
on the Miami Round Table ra-
dio discussion Saturday evening,
August 18. Mrs. Clark D. Steams
and Judge Roscoe Brunstetter
complete the trio for the broad-
cast sponsored by the National
Council Christian and Jews. The
subject of the discussion to be
heard over WIOD a, 6:30 P. M.
will be "Public Opinion and the
World Charter/'__________
AMATEUR BOXING
AT BISCAYNE ARENA
First of a series of amateur
boxing cards is scheduled Sat-
urday at the Bis;ayne Arena
under sponsorship of the New
Biscayne Arena athletic club.
Ten events, with three already
matched, are planned, O. K.
Eschman announced.
The club has been sanctioned
by the Florida AAU and plans
call for development of young
ring talent in this area. Admis-
sion of Saturdays fights will
be 30 cents, tax included.
SHAPIRO TO ADDRESS
YOUTH FELLOWSHF
Rabb; Max Shapiro, Beth n
vid Congregation. Wlll diJ*
"The Meaning of Democ^
an open forum of the v ,
Fellowship of tin. Grace l*!?
odist Church, Sunday^Jfft
August 12th. Th forum^S
of a Sunday evening seri
*8* u_tstand.'nt! M-rakers have
made presentati
auditorium is
N. E. Second Avenue.
'V:'?- The ch'S
located at nn
6311
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICK IS HEHEI'.Y GIVEN .uT
the uiidei-KlKiHMl. desiring to .Jg
In business under t>. : iiiiu, "*
of HERBERT'S RKSTAi'rSSt"?
tend to register laid name Mtk JJ"
Clerk of the Circuit our! VS*
County, Florida, "f ^
DAVID .--MILLER
IGNATZ IB
MEYERS & WEITZ.V \\
Attorneys for Applicant!
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QIVENUeJ
in enuaj,
' in. .us nnu
1 UMPANY,
''>' said
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NOTICE IS HEREBY
the undersigned, del
In business under the i
of A & Ii GARMENT
not Inc.. Intends
name with the Clerk
Court of I >ade Cniini .
A \U' IN
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Attorney for Applicant
7 10-17-14-tl J/I
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*Jewisti Hcridian
PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewtoh Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Man in SerTice
SERVICE
^ wy py r\
ran1 Arthur J. Fuld. son of
fataiM Fuld, 3712 S. W.
20th Stree and brother of Er-
,ki Fuld, was awarded the
. star on June 17. The
on was made in Bad
m, i theim, Germany, which,
ntally, is Mrs. Fuld's birth-
Sace The citation reads: "For
meritorious achievement from
ry 15 to May 8, 1945 in
i., md Germany.'
\ Fuld is with the mili-
tary government in Germany
and been overseas since De-
r, 1944. He speaks seven
lanfi la
Captain Phil Kaplan left Mi-
am; Beach recently to report to
Lawson General hospital, Atlan-
ta follow mg a 30-day leave here.
Capi lin Kaplan, who resides at
1034 Michigan Ave., served with
< destroyer group which
saw action in France, Luxem-
burg '' Belgium.
Veterans Get Interesting Data
From Manpower Commission
Cpl. Murray Millar, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, former
i of war in Germany, hlis
compli'H'il a furlough with his
parents .ind has been assigned
in Ri | stribution Station on Mi-
ami B eh with headquarters in
the All ion Hotel.
Mr.
stem.
Miam
mous
their
nard
rcs,< c
on
many
New
Golds
his h
stein
Arm\
Mrs. Herman Gold-
j| 036 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Beach, received a posthu-
award of an air medal to
son, Second Lieut. Ber-
Goldstein. 22, a B-27 Fort-
-pilot, who was shot down
21st mission over Ger-
last Nov. 30. A retired
York city businessman,
tun is in Miami Beach for
ralth. He and Mrs. Gold*
have two other sons in the
. both overseas veterans.
Abe Schoenfeld, SKl/c, has
been the recent guest of his sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Sowders, 1244
S. W, Ird Street. He expects to
receive his overseas orders soon
for duties in the Pacific.
Capt.
1662 S.
ber of
pected
Charles
troop-!.
He will
inn :,,
son oi
S
Theodore R. Simons, of
W. 19th Ave., is a mem-
;i field artillery unit ex-
to arrive this week at
ion, S. C, on the army
ip "Lincoln Steffens."
be sent to Camp Bland-
ption center. He is the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lt. Aivin Sherman, of 2427
Pine T i e Dr., has received the
ted flying cross. Now
on thi inactive list, Lt. Sher-
man won his award for heroism
in a in :>:l)ing raid over Ham-
burg. Germany, when he was a
B-l" pi ot. He later served as
nt post exchange officer
at th' service.
Ensign Richard D. Kobley.
specialist, now is stationed at
payal training center. Great
Lakes, HI. He is the son of Mr.
and M... Irving Kobley, of 2135
N- Ba\ Rd. He has another bro-
ther. Donald, a navy V-12 stu-
dent,a, Emory university, Atlan-
ta. Ensign Kobley served in the
battle of Guam.
Staff Sgt. Bernard Kurland,
son o! Mrs Anna w Kurland,
W7 N W. 47th ter., has begun
gaining as an aviation engineer
at bo. Rane, Wash.
Pfc Leo M. Kirchner, son of
"T. and Mrs. R. Kirchner, 8025
W. 14th PI., served 37 months
J* European area. He took
k om tnree campaigns and has
we Silver Star, Combat Infantry-
man s badge and Good Conduct
medal.
nS a" Sgt. Charle, Epstein. Mi-
ami Beach, is veteran of 38
months in the African Theater
01 OperatjonSi
KjfiARIA ALLOWS
JEWISH MIGRATION
Go**8" (JTA) The Bulgarian
jp0^:rn"'ent announced that
PaWt dt'sirin8 to emigrate to
^alesune will be permitted to
3dMw*&3M proviso that thev
the T, "fflciay before leaving
6 tountrv >s an emigrant.
Boyce A. Williams. State Di-
rector. War Manpower Commis-
sion for Florida, has given out
interesting figures on Veterans'
Placement and Training under
the G.I. Bill of Rights in Florida.
Mr. Williams stated that the
USES in Florida had placed the
first six months of 1945 11.589
veterans of World War II, an in-
crease of 3,000 over a like period
in 1944. "This showing by the
United States Employment Serv-
ice," Mr. Williams said, "reflects
credit on local managers and
members of their staff. As the
number of returning veterans
increase, tax on the service." he
said, "will increase proportion-
ately." According to Mr. Wil-
liams, the Employment Service
is being geared to handle the
rapidly increasing load by care-
ful assignment of personnel in
the Veterans Placement Service
according to approved pattern
and the best practice in other
states.
Mr. Williams stated "that the
record shows that many of the
returned veterans are selecting
some form of training under the
G.I. Bill. Many are being placed
with industry on-the-job training
program, while many others are
entering college, professional or
technical school for refresher
courses or with the idea of com-
pleting a college course. This
opportunity appeals especially to
the younger men whose educa-
tion was interrupted by reason
of their having been inducted
into the service."
Apprentice training likewise
appeals to the younger men who
desire to become skilled in a
trade. Apprenticeship training
covers a period of years, usually
four years, or 4,000 hours with
144 hours in related classroom
study." Continuing, Mr. Williams
stated that' those who select
train ing-on-the-job receive as
subsistence from the government
$50.00 per month if single and
$75.00 per month if the veteran
has dependents. "These amounts
are in addition to wages paid
the veteran which must not be
less than those paid to other
workers in the establishment in
his grade. In addition to sub-
sistence, in the amounts named,
$50.00 and $75.00, veterans at-
tending college, university__or
London (JTA) Negotiations
to convert the Jewish Brigade
into a nucleus for a permanent
Jewish garrison in Palestine are
now under way by the Jewish
Agency, it was revealed by Mo-
she Shertok, head of the Agency's
political department, addressing
the World Zionist Conference.
technical school will have their
tuition paid, laboratory and
other fees, together with the cost
of the text bookthe total not
to exceed $500.00 for the school
year."
It is believed, according to Mr.
Williams, that Florida is well in
advance of other states in the
region in progress made under
the education and training pro-
gram provided for veterans" in
the G.I. Bill. He stated "that 2,-
042 openings have been develop-
ed and approved and several
hundred veterans placed in
training. The establishments ap-
proved represent practically
every type of industry."
In connection with the train-
ing program, Mr. Williams
brought out that responsibility
for developing training on-the-
job opportunities is the function
of the United States Employ-
ment Servise and the approval
of establishments to receive vet-
erans for training is the respon-
sibility of State Department of
Public Instruction, Tallahassee.
"The Department of Education,
Mr. Williams stated, "has dele-
gated the responsibility locally
of determining the eligibility of
an employer to receive veterans
for training to county school su-
perintendents." In every case,
"the employer must be able to
furnish satisfactory evidence
that he has set up in his estab-
lishment or business a real bone
fide progressive training pro-
gram. No form of exploitation
of veterans under the guise of
training will be tolerated; in
other words, employers will not
be permitted to receive veterans
for training only to assign them
to the running of errands, wash-
ing of windows and the doing of
odd or miscellaneous jobs. Every
training program must lead to
a definite goalability on the
part of the veteran to earn an
adequate livelihood and to make
a 'greater contribution to society,
whether his training period be
for six months, a year or longer."
The Miami Beach office of the
United States Employment Serv-
ice is located at 830 Washington
Avenue, telephone 5-6514 and
the Miami office at 501 N. E.
First Avenue, telephone 3-4693.
Jerusalem (JTA)The usual-
ly well-informed London corres-
pondent of the Cairo newspaper
Al-Aharam reports that he has
learned from reliable non-Jew-
ish circles that the British White
Paper will soon be abolished and
Palestine re-opened to Jewish
immigration.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ber-
man, Riverdrive Dairy, Miami
Springs, Fla., announce the birth
of their twin daughters Phyllis
Ann and Bernice Jane on July
29.
Protect freedom of speech
don't be free with military in-
formation!
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, Mi-
ami, vacationing at the Black-
stone hotel on the Beach, cele-
brated 'the seventh birthday of
their daughter, Nancy, on Sun-
day. Attending the party at the
pool and garden of the hotel
were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.,
Myers and children Judith, and
Kenneth, Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal
and son Eugene, Herbert Scher,
Mrs. Andrew S. Greenfield and
daughters Renee and Janice and
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronitly
and family are now at home fol-
lowing a northern vacation.
Miss Phylis Leopold has re-
turned after spending two weeks
in New York.
PAN-ARAB LEAGUE
TO HAVE U. S. OFFICES
London, (JTA) The sum of
two million dollars will be ex-
pended by the Pan-Arab League
in propaganda offices which will
be opened in Wasnington and
London to conduct wide-sj:ale
pro-Arab and anti-Zionist agita-
tion in the United States and in
England, it was reported in the
press here.
Reproducting the full pro-
gram adopted by the pan-Arab
League in connection with the
activities of these two offices, the
London newspapers reveal that
$600,000 has been earmarked by
the Arab League for publicity ac-
tivities in the United States. For
London, the League has allocated
not less than $1,000,000 for the
same purpose.
It is stipulated by the League
that its activities in Washington
shall not be linked with any ele-
ments conducting anti-Jewish or
anti-British propaganda. At the
same time it is not to limit it-
self to propaganda on Palestine,
but present the events in Pal-
estine, but present the events in
Palestine as part of general lite
in the Near East from the Arab
point of view. .
The general objectives ot tne
two propaganda offices will, ac-
cording to the published pro-
rTo "prove" that it is not in the
interests of the United States
and England that Palestine be es-
tablished as a Jewish State.
To bring to American and
British attention the social and
economic arguments advanced by
the Arabs.
To popularize among Ameri-
cans and Englishmen the religi-
ous and ethnical arguments of
the Arabs. ...
To reveal the Arab contnbu-
POLISH LEADERS ARE
FETED IN LONDON
London, (JTA) Led by Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, the World
Zionist Conference tendered an
enthusiastic reception to a dele-
gation of eight Zionist leaders
from liberated Poland who arriv-
ed yesterday from Warsaw, head-
ed by Dr. Emil Sommerstein,
Zionist veteran and chairman of
the Central Jewish Committee
in Lublin. This is the first Jew-
ish delegation from Poland since
the outbreak of the war.
"The attitude of the Warsaw
Government towards Zionism,"
Dr. Sommerstein said addressing
session of the World Zionist Con-
ference, "is best illustrated by
the fact that I was granted a
diplomatic passport to make the
trip to London." He emphasized
that there are today no more than
80,000 Jews in Poland, that they
are "economically ruined and
psychologically torn, but that
they are all faithful to the Jew-
ish people of which they consider
themselves an integral part.
Many of these surviving Jews
are eager for a Jewish State m
Palestine, Dr. Sommerstein said.
"The 5,000 Jewish children res-
cued from Nazi hands must find
their way from Poland to Pales-
tine," he emphasized. He added
that the reactionary elements in
Poland, "having hundreds of
thousands of Jewish lives, on
their conscience, want to destroy
the remnants of Polish Jewry,
but are being vigorousWcombat-
ted by the government._________
tions to the Allied war effort
Four prominent Arab leaders
have been designated for the
work in London and Washington.
Thi same leaders will also visit
the Vaticans.__________
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fjewist fh>r/kiiati
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
a MUNITY CENTER. Conservative,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabha.x at 7:15 p. m. Fri-
day evening. Saturday morning ser-
vices at a. in. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will preach on the Weekly Por-
tion of the Law and Cantor Emanual
Barkan will chant. Mlncha service!
at 7 p. ill. followed by Shatos Seudos
and afaariv.
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N
E. 19th St.Regular services Frldaf
evening at S:l.'i p. in. Rabbi Saul
Applebaum will conduct services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m.
and Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. Schaarat Zedek Talmud Torah,
1546 S. W. 3M Street, Friday eve-
ning services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday
morning services at :' a. m. Rabbi
Simon April will preach on the por-
tion f the law. Hebrew school
daily '.' .i. in. to 12 noon.
&
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.
Regular services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
.u B:30 a. ill. l>allv Minyan. He-
brew School daily from Monday
through Thursday, 9 a. m. until 12.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Lib-
eral, 761 41it Street, Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi.
OrthodoxFriday evening services nt
7:.:c p. in. Saturday morning services
a) 5:30 Shalos Seudos at i:30 p. in.
Evening services at 8:30. Summer
sessions of the religious school Mon-
day through Friday from '. to 1--
WHAT-WHERE-WHEN
Tuesday. Aua. 14:
Meeting of Civic Protective Sub-
Committee at Federation Office B
1 M.
Wednesday, Aug. 15:
Mi etlns of the Board of Jen Ish
Edui atlon at Fed< ration office at
v P, M.
Thursday. Aug. 16:
Meeting of Committee on
munity needs atF ederatlon
v p. M. subject i" change.
Corn-
office
OBITUARIES
KENDALL
Benjamin Kendall, 77. 148 N. W.
25th st died Wednesday, August l.
at home A realdent oi Miami for
the past two years, Kendall, a re
tired merchant, came her-- from Lot
Angeles. ll leaves ;< daughter, Mrs.
Ooldie Ferguson, Brooklyn. N X l
two miii. Harry, Miami, and liavid.
Philadelphia. Gordon Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements with
burial In Qraceland Park.
BOTT
Abraham David Bott, 77. of 543
N. W. Fifth Ave, died Friday fol-
lowing a brief illness, lie came to
Miami 15 years ago from Port]
and was a retired merchant. He was
a member of the Beth David con-
gregation Surviving are the wife,
Mrs Dins Bott, of Miami: four sons,
Harry and .lack, both of Miami: Ru-
bin, of Nassau, and Flschel, of Po-
land, and four daughters, Mrs Pau-
line Shevln, of Miami. Mrs. Ida Zim-
merman and Mrs Belle Brown, botli
of Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. Syl-
via Plitnark, Of nAW&U. Funeral
services were conducted Friday In
Beth l'avid synagogue, burial In
W.....Ilawn Park. Gordon Funeral
home was in charge of arrange-
meats,
SEIMAN
Mrs. Doris Seiman. of 226 Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach, died Sat-
urday In New York, where she was
Visiting relatives. A resident Of Mi-
ami Reach for 15 years. Mrs. Selman
is survived by six sons. Barney, Fred
and Nat Rosenthal, of Miami Reach;
and Jack. Harry and Abe Stimuli, of
New York Funeral services were
held In New York.
BECKWITT
Herschel Beckwltt, B6, died Sunday
morning at his home, -l Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach. A visitor herefoT
the past 2" years, Beckwitl made his
pirmnti int home here a year ago, om-
ins from Detroit. He is survived by
two sons. Dr. Charles Beckwltt, Mi-
ami, and Mai. Maurice Beckwltt, with
the army in Italy. He is also survived
by five daughters: Mrs. Irving Zel-
lak. Mrs. Max Davis and Mrs. Harry
Cohen, all of Detroit; Mrs, Minnie
Friedman, Miami Beach, and Mi-.
Tiavid I'oh.-n. ls Angeles; In grand-
children and one great-grand, hlld.
Funeral services were held Monday
from Gordon Funeral Home chapel
with burial in the Jewish section cf
Woodlawn.
University
OF
Miami
SECOND
SUMMER
SESSION
REGISTRATION
Will Be Held
Aug. 14th. 8:30 A.M. to 12:30
Monday the Japanese people
were subjected to a test of the
ultimate invention by which
man can wipe himself from the
earththe atomic bomb. The
Japs refusal to accede to Allied
surrnder terms brought down
upon them the promised rain of
terrifying destruction.
The discovered of the atomic
explosive possibilities was a
German Jewish woman mathe-
matician, Lize Meitner.
Ironically, this Jewish refu-
gee was expelled from Germany
because of her nonaryanism and
now her scientific findings have
been let loose upon the survi-
ving partner of the Fascist axis.
This scientist, who possessed
the inherent knowledge which
might have given the Nazis the
control of the universe, was
banished by the Nazis because
she was Jewish!
Lize Meitner joined a long list
of Jewish scientists, medical
specialists and educators whose
teachings and findings were
verboten in Germany. If the
Nazis had been consistent they
would not have permitted the
use of salvarsan as a cure for
syphilis because its discoverer
was a Jew, Ehrlich; nor would
they have allowed the use of a
Wasserman test because Wasscr-
man was a Jew; nor, for that
matter, the use of digitalis in the
treatment of heart disease since
Ludwig Trabo was Jewish; nor
should the Nazis have permitted
themselves to be treated for ty-
phus for they would have been
benefitted by the discoveries of
Jews, WidaU and Weill.
Yet there remains one fright-
ening and terrifying note in this
new discovery and that is the
recognition that the atomic
bomb has potential power to de-
stroy civilization. Properly har-
nessed, however, it can spur
world peace and world progress.
The discovery of this new atomic
force, with its awe inspiring de-
structive power, must give
meaning to the phrase "true and
everlasting peace" if this uni-
verse is to survive. The capitu-
lation of Japan has been ma-
terially hastened by this new
discovery. After V-J Day it will
be up to our scientists to con-
trol this atomic force for the
common good.
Bernard M. Baruch expressed
the, eternal hope of so many of
us when he recently stated, "If
all of us were wise, we would
lind some common ground on
which we could live in peace,
for there is so much in the world
for everyone ."
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If you're planning a little pleasure trip, better think
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your feet for hundreds of weary miles!
Coaches are jammed, diner schedules subject to
sudden change, and over half of all pullmarts are
constantly in use for the military.
Now and for months to come millions of troops
must be carried across the country for redeployment
in the Pacific war. Thousands of newly arrived sick
and wounded must be transported without delay to
military hospitals all over America. They will require
every available seat, every inch of train space .
and they have earned it!
America's railroads are doing a magnificent job
despite the heaviest passenger and freight loads in
history, and they're doing it with only two-thirds of
the passenger cars and only half the loromotives
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PAGE FOUR — +Jewish ficridlian %  The Jewish Floridi lan Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor 1 Year, $3.00 Six Months, $2.00 2 Years, $5.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945 ELLUL 1, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 32 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Dlgeet "f 'I"mall received al Jewish Floriilliiii pout office l>ox. AN OPEN LETTER Mr. Harry Zukernick, Chairman United Jewish Building Fund Campaign Greater Miami, Florida Dear Harry: 1 write you through this means in the hope the import of my few remarks reach as many as possible among those interested and concerned with the future progress and welfare of our Jewish community. Last week's edition of the Jewish Floridian carried the official announcement of your selection and your acceptance of the chairmanship of the United Jewish Building Fund campaign I am sure you realize the task you have before you. Your responsibility is not an easy one. Your job in leading a campaign to raise a fund that will have a quota, a figure close to the million mark, is of great proportion. What's more this initiative is a new one. It is true, Harry, that your task is not to be a one-man job. You have the support of the Federation, its organization, the benefits of its experience and many members of the community. Further, you have to date four major local organizations that comprise the constituency oi the building fund and as the direct beneficiaries of the capital fund drive they can be expected to go all out in their efforts to sell Greater Miami Jewry on the need for these funds. Other agencies may join and add that much more manpower. To come to the point, Harry, I just used the phrase "sell the community." That's not going to be easy. It should be, but I'm afraid it will be a difficult struggle. I've been interested for many years now as have you and dozen of others in seeing real "community center" buildings and other physical structures for Greater Miami Jewry. Too long have we left unheeded the cry of both youth and adult of a place to meet, an auditorium for large gatherings, our own banquet hall where a Jewish organization can give an affair under the proper environs satisfying all phases of Jewry and the many other necessities. I thought that when the time really came that we could see our dreams becoming a reality and a united community would at long last take action to put our promises in deeds, that an enthusiasm of untold magnitude would greet those in fore of the effort. I figured that a spirit of delight, satisfaction and joy would prevail "throughout the land." Much to my dismay and sorrow I find to the contrary. Duriny the past two weeks I discussed the drive with a half dozen of the people I presumed would set an example for the rest to follow. Harry, they don't have their heart in this undertaking. I was amazed at the inadequate amount of the pledges they talk about giving to this all important effort of providing capital funds in this one-time drive. I was disappointed in their attitude—disheartened in their picayunish attempts to discredit the overall program. They find faults with parts of the planned structures and proqress which at this time are not as yet down on black and white. People are funny They don't do and act as individuals. They follow the example set by those who are in the forefront, by those who lead—by those who are in a position to do and act. That example will determine the success of the United Jewish Building Fund's campaign. It is not too late, Harry, to change this attitude—eliminate this apathy. I think that is your -biggest job at the moment. I know you are having your hands full with North Beach not cooperating and expressing their determination to raise funds for their own program and structures. To use the current tune, we must accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative. Don't wait until you are too close to the drive. Now is the time to get the ball rolling to extract real leadership in acts and not talk from those from whom the example of big gifts and much activity is a must. Let's "sell" those who will sell the community. Yours for a spirit and enthusiasm for the coming drive that will insure its success. FRED K. SHOCHET LADIES AUXILIARY TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold open house at the home, 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, this Sunday afternoon, August 12th, from 3 to 6 P. M. Members and friens are invited. The auxiliary held a board meeting on August 6 for the purpose of appointing a recording secretary and a corresponding secretary. Mrs. Ida Orlansky and Mrs. Jacob Cnaves, who formerly held these offices, had to resign on account of ill health. Mis. C. Dawn is the new recording secretary and Mrs. B. S. Miller the new corresponding secretary. The ladies organized a sewing circle to meet the needs of the home with Mrs. M. Shore, chairlady. Her assistants are: Mrs. C. TOWN HALL COMES TO TEMPLE ISRAEL Town hall comes to Miami this coming season with Temple Israel selecting the name under which they will present a series of outstanding lectures. Names nationally prominent will make guest appearances here during the winter months and will be heard at the Miami Senior High school auditorium. E. Max Goldstein, president of the Men's Club, states that Erica Mann and Robert St. John are among personalities under consideration. Daumn. Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. D Glock, Mrs. H. Danizger, Mrs. P Scheinberg and Mrs. Joe Zalis. The first meeting of the circle will be held at the home on August 16 at 11 A. M„ Lunch will be served with Mrs. Pearl Raidman as hostess. Masada, Youth Zionist Organization of America announces expansion program to fill the needs of returning veterans Garment industry sponsors joint labor-management "Food For Russia Month"' campaign Thomas Mann's "Joseph" books theme of series of three consecutive broadcasts over "Eternal Light" programs starting Sunday. August 12th. over WIOD at 11:00 A. M. European clergymen gratified by positive attitude towards religion—millions of GI's and sailors demonstrate on every battlefield and beachheads according to Chaplain Selwvn D. Ruslander, USNR Jewish rituals were conducted from a plane flying over the hidden valley of Shangri-La for Sgt. Belle G.Naimer, WAC. who burned in the crash in the hidden valley of Shangri-La as a member of Far East Service Command in the Southwest Pacific. Guy M. Gillette, former Senator from Iowa, in a dramatic declaration made at the headquarters of the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation over which flew the blue-white Hebrew national flag, announced his decision to devote himself to the effort of securing a permanent and effective solution to the tragic problem of the Hebrew people of Europe and Palestine in accepting the office of President of the American League for a Free Palestine and chief political advisor of the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation Mizrachi Women's Organization accepts responsibility for group of 60 children refugees liberated by American troops from European concentration camps now in Palestine Working Women's Council of Palestine places all its women's institutions at the service of demobilized PATS. Jewish women volunteers now being released from the Army Noted poultry expert to Palestine at invitation of Jewish Agency there to develop industry and make possible absorption of additional immigrants. Dade County Legal Aid Committee reports that its fourth vear of operation served 2169 clients Need for waste paper continues as additional products for Pacific theatres are converted from paper salvage. Charging the "Polish Government in Exile" and the I "various Polish National Committees set UD in all large centers of the world" with continued anti-Jewish and subI versive activities against the present "truly democratic people's government" in Poland, Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum. president of the World Federation of Polish Jews this week told a press conference at the Hotel Commodore that these "reacI tionary forces in and outside of Poland" are snear-heading a fascist drive against Poland and the Soviet Union which must be investigated and crushed immediately by the United Na! tions Crimes Commission. Hias reports expansion of di! rect communication between the United States and various European countries during the past month resulted in marked increase in successful locations of Kuiopean relations ... An orphanage for Jewish children who lost their parents during the German invasion and occupation of Greece has been opened with funds supplied by the Joint Distribution Committee, Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, J. D. C. Executive Vice-Chairman. made known. FRIDAY AUGU ST ft -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE iPMctiy Confldeniid -By PHINEAS I. BIRONEMMA LAZARUS CHAPTER TO MEET Emma Lazarus Chapter of B nai B'rith will hold its next meeting on Tuesday evening, August 14, at 8:00 P. M. at the Miami Beach YMHA, No. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. All members and their friends are invited to attend. ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB The Zionist Luncheon Club meeting at the Strand restaurant on Wednesday, August 8 featured as speaker, Mr. Max Meisel, an officer of the organization. AT HOME The town of Springfield, Mass., famous for the Sn I M; Plan of pro-democratic education, recently discovered! 1(i shame that a number of windows in the local .svnaaoa v** been smashed ... If a certain letter written ••/SenatoRi? to a certain Jewish resident of Chicago were nude nuhl New York, it might provoke the Jewish war vetorcus ten "" on the Senator's home town with placards askinq for W^ peachment. That Dr. David Goldstein who wrote to 0 !? tors criticizing our interpretation of Father Riley s pamohl r none other than the notorious missionary who believe ft only Jews who become converted are good Jews y .^ Goldstein presumes to advise Jewish editors on their ed^ i policy. ... We shall, incidentally, answer Dr. Goldstein'. plaint in full next column ns COffl ABROAD ... This year's Fourth of July celebration in the home town i the Nuremberg laws was something its Nazi denizens mri forget so soon. ... It took place at the Nurembeuj Sportscl*and featured, among others, screen star Jack Benny and W monica virtuoso Larry Adler. ... The audience was GI ni course. Don't forget to read Chaplain Teitelbnum's inam spicuous letter in a recent issue of the New Republic reports at first hand that after Hitler's downfall Pastor NiemJ ler delivered himself of unmistakably anti-Semitic sentiments ... The story told by a columnist that Dr. Leo Baeck, former Chief Rabbi of Berlin, refused to name the Nazi Gestapo torturers at the Terezin concentration camp is a stupid tale with out any foundation whatsoever in fact. ... The fixing of prices and rationing in the American-administered zone oi Germany will be in the hands of Capt. David Ginsburg, former OPA counsel. ZIONIST NEWS .... The Labor government of Britain will definitely issue no less than 75,000 immigration visas to the Jewish Agency for Palestine within the next few weeks. ... The Hebrew Committee of National Liberation is due for a new lease on life and will be more dynamic than ever. It is true that Senator Guy Gilette has accepted the post of political adviser to Peter Berqson's Committee. Paul Gervasi, the foreign correspondent, is preparing a book on Jewish Palestine. ... The Zionist Organization of America has completed its Seventh War Loan drive with a total of $125,000,000. Congratulations FILM ECHOES .... It has just been revealed that on a certain night of May, 1941, Winston Churchill was very much annoyed at being uv terrupted by the news that Nazi Rudolf Hess had landed in Scotland. The then Prime Minister had been having a worr derful time seeing a Marx Brothers picture. The death of fill producer Winfield Sheehan recalls that his first Hollywood sue cess, thirty years ago, was his build-up of that er.t's Number One glamor girl, the "vamp" Theda Bara, who up to that time had been just plain Theodosia Goodman, an aspiring young actress from Cincinnati. STORY AND DENIAL The late novelist Charles G. Norris used to tell this story on himself in recent years. ... It concerned the time he met Hitler, back in 1933, and thought Adolf was a great guy doing a fine thing for Germany. When Norris returned to America he expressed this opinion to the reporters, and was quoted at length in the New York papers. "Next day," he would continue, "I met Edna Ferber on the street. Without a word she hauled off and slapped me full in the face Well, it turned out she was right." ... But Miss Ferber, very indignant about the tale, assures us that the incident was but a figment of the Norris imagination. ABOUT PEOPLE A long, long time ago we told you that Judge Jonah J. Goldstein would be a candidate for the mayoralty of New York. Now that he is the Republican standaidbearer we predict that he will be elected. ... It is true that Henry Morgenthau's resignation was precipitated because Secretary Byrnes could not bear the idea that Morgenthau was next to him in the line of succession to the Presidency? Morgenthau, we are told, is seriously considering running for senator from New York if Senator Mead enters next year's gubernatorial race. Professor Harold Laski, one of the most distinguished economists and braintrusters of the British Labor PartV' is being attacked by British and American Tories as a sinister menace to British-American relations: Laski, by the way, is using his tremendous influence to secure a just decision on the Jewish Palestine issue. Pierre van Paassen's new book. a major tome of 200,000 words, is scheduled for publication on February 7, 1946. ... The title is "Earth Could Be Fair." There is nothing to the rumors Maxim Litvinoff will returni to Washington as Soviet ambassador to the U.S.A. • J uda Samuel I. Rosenman will return to private practice after his return from Europe, any day now. The exodus of Je ws from post-war governmental post will hit a new high with tee impending resignation of ex-Governor Lehman from UNRRA A product of ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES Distributed by FLORIDA PROVISION CO. 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph 2' NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarter. DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343



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r \ it^Jlie\wiisltUEIIiOipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY Cunt THE IFWISH WEE KL fWME 18-NUMBER 32 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS LEADERS PLEASED RESULTS OF BIG THREE MEET New York, (JTA) — Leaders of all major Jewish organizations hailed the decisions of the "Big Three" at the Potsdam Conference which, among other things, provide for the complete abolition of ill' Naz racial laws and which ensure rights for all citizens oi ('.ermany irrespective of race, nationality, or religion. The t( xi '>f the tripartite agreement or the political principles to govern the treatment of Germany in 'he initial control period, contains a clause reading: All Nazi laws which provided the basis oi the Hitler regime or established discrimination on the grounds of race, creed, or political opinion shall be abolished. No sueh discrimination, whether legal administrative or otherwise, shall bo tolerated." Another clause in the agreement dealing with the establishment oi a .judicial system in Germany reads: "The judicial system will be reorganized in acI cordanci with the principles of I democracy, of justice under law, and of i iual rights for all citizens without distinction of race, nationality or religion." I II HOMES AFTER DEPORTED Frankfurt-On-Main, (JTA) — Fewer than 10,000 of the 234,000 Jews deported to Germany and Poland lrom France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway during the Nazi occupation have returned to their homeland, according to the first statistical review on the subject prepared by US. military authorities. It appears from the review that fewer than five percent of the deportee, are still alive. It said, Although a few additional Jews and political deportees may still he uncovered in hospitals and other plates in Germany, the ailicrence between the two sets 01 figures represents approximately the number of French, w'Sian, Dutch and Norwegian racial and political deportees *ne. duci ;,i Auschwitz, Bergen c 'scn. Sathsenhausen, Nord„, a Uitn Dachau. Buchenwald and other Nazi murder camps." u.h 0 ,' 11 / 1 3 j ews L.; d un !ho whole, and it was te,' ubrin S most of. them ^hospual trains or special con^sjTEwisiTsraviCEs HELD IN J5FFENBACH The f n' r n 1 ,i T h Germany, (JTA) than o Ulsh services in more 'his citv K year ? wero held iD 'oo 22i Ut only 12 of thc 1 -Jew. ^ ns who attended were ors o# n'J art the on 'y survivlation lcnba ch's Jewish popual 'n who have returned. bujidL Scl vices were held in a CckeH n ,h0 rear Of the town's h„ r t ynagoKue with the tors ,,, ,u R0 T aster and the pas^otestan, l Ca V Catholic and wstant churches attending. ^MMB World Zionist Conference Opens, With Weizmann Appealing to Great Britain for New Palestine Policy London. (JTA) — The first world Zionist conference since the outbreak of the war opened here with a dramatic address by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, in which he appealed to the British Government to adopt a new policy with regard to Palestine based on the acceptance of Jewish statehood and recognition of Jewish rights to free immigration and settlement in Palestine. He urged the carrying out of a practical program of political and economic activities in order to achieve a speedy transformation of Palestine into a Jewish State. The leader of the world Zionist movement also appealed to the United Nations, particularly to the United States and the USSR, "to give their approval and support to the righting of an ancient wrong" and to secure for the Jewish people their place in the family of nations. The Jews, Dr. Weizmann said, with their 6,000.000 victims, their 1,000,000 fighters and 35,000 Palestine volunteers, were relegated to corridors at the San Francisco Conference, while states were ad mitted which had just signed declaration of war. "Continuation of this anomaly is intolerable," he continued. "The Jewish people must be given their rightful place in the family of nations. Palestine as a Jewish State must be one of the fruits of victory. By God— it shall be!" Emphasizing that the primary responsibility for enunciation of a new policy with regard to Palestine is Britain's, Dr. Weizmann recalled the declarations by the American political parties and the endorsements given to the Zionist cause by the late President Roosevelt and President clared. "goes out to all the United Nations, especially to the two major allies of Britain — the United States and the USSR— who in this very hour meet to mould the world's destinies." Stressing the question of Jewish immigration to Palestine as "the most urgent problem," the leader of the World Zionist Organization asked the British Government for a speedy decision on the Jewish demand for 100,000 certificates as a first installment on a post-war Jewish immigration to Palestine. At the same time, he appealed to all governments to grant free exit to all Jews in their countries willing to emigrate to Palestine. "I appeal to the conscience of the world: Let my people go!" he said. Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Prof. Selig Brodetsky, who addressed the opening session demanded the immediate cancellation by the British Government of the White Paper. They insisted that free Jewish immigration to Palestine, which has been restricted by the White Paper, must resume now. Dr. Wise conveyed to the gathering the greetings of the Zionists of America. He attacked the Pan-Arab League's anti-Zionist efforts and assured the delegates that "American Zionists will not rest until Palestine is established as a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth." Other speakers at the opening session were Chief Rabbi Leo Baeck of Berlin. Eliahu Dobkin, head of the immigration department of the Jewish Agency, and David Remez, leader of the Histadruth. Speaking in Hebrew, Remez emphasized that every Jewish family in Palestine is ready to take a new immigrant Truman. "Our appeal," he defrom Europe into its home. The use of "backdoor diplomacy" in the struggle for Jewish rights in Palestine was strongly condemned by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, co-chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council, addressing a closed session of the World Zionist Conference. "Whatever the situation is, we must clearly state our aims and not use roundabout methods," Dr. Silver said. He paid tribute to the efforts of the World Zionist Executive, which, he said, were made against terrible odds during the last six years, and emphasized that in expressing disagreement, he was not assailing those at the helm of the World Zionist movement. The American delegation. Dr. Silver stressed, came to the World Zionist Conference united. He lauded the services of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise to the cause of American Zionism and added that whatever the difference between him and Dr. Wise regarding methods of work, the Zionist movement in the United States remains unshaken. "We have heard Dr. Weizmann warning us not to have too much confidence in government leaders," Dr. Silver told the delegates, "I said it in 1944 at the convention of the Zionist Organization of America. But then the executive and its officers were insisting on our putting all our trust in Roosevelt and Churchill. Now Churchill is out, and Roosevelt unfortunately dead. We are more .hopef.ul_regard.ing the Labor Government, but thai is because of the public stand which the Labor Party has taken with regard to the Palestine issue and not because we base our hopes on our personal relations with this or that politician, however important he may be." 3 H MUNICH AREA ARE Y Geneva, (JTA) — All "Jewish camps" in the Munich area, which is in the American zone, are being directed by the newlyformed "Central Committee for Jewish Liberatees in Germany,'* under the supervision of the military authorities, according to Jacob Griffel, a representative of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States, who has just returned here from a visit to camps in Germany. Griffel told a JTA correspondent that about 15,000 Jews from practically every country in Europe are in the camps in the Munich region. These have been specially constructed by the U. S. Army to receive Jews liberated from the Nazi camps. The largest of the new camps is Fcldefen, which has a population of 5,000, mainly from Hungary and Rumania. Feldefen was a former Hitler Youth home. The commander of the camp is Lieut. Harry Smith, a Jew. Griffel said that Lieut. Smith is doing everything in his power to make the Internees life as pleasant as possible. A library, motion picture theatre and kindergarten have been established. NEW REGIONAL AIDE IS IN FLORIDA OFFICE Mrs. Stella Counselbaum, formerly a staff member of the national office of the Anti-Defamation League and for eight years the program director of the Chicago Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, has been assigned to the Florida Regional Office as assistant director. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Mrs. Counselbaum is the second woman in the United States to receive a citation from the Round Table. She was a founder and first secretary of the Illinois Association for the Crippled, Inc. She served on the executive committee of the Chicago Urban League, is secretary of the Jewish Book Council of America and is a member of the American Jewish Congress. Mrs. Counselbaum will assume her duties on September 1. TRIAL OF AUSTRIANS TO BEGIN AUGUST 13 Vienna, (JTA) — The trial of four Austrian war criminals on charges of murdering 102 Hungarian Jews, will begin Aug. Id in the People's Court in Vienna, it was announced here. The trial is "awaited with great interest by the public, declared the Vienna radio. The four men who were members of the Nazi Storm Troopers are accused of murdering the Hungarian Jews while they were being transferred from a concentration camp to another camp at Deutschaltenburg, said the broadcast. Admission to tne trials will be by tickets which are available through the secretaries of the democratic parties, the broadcast added. Washington (JTA)r-The State Department announced the signing of an agreement between the United States and Iraq under which lend lease aid will be given to Iraq. GIVES REASON FOR OP 10 LEADERS Vienna. (JTA) — Prof. Benzion Lazar, new head of the Jewish Community in Vienna explained to the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency the reasons for the arrest by the Russian authorities of Dr. Joseph Lowenherz and Heinrich Beinfeld, Jewish community leaders. The two, he said, are charged with collaborating with the Gestapo in organizing the deportation of Jews to extermination camps during the Nazi regime. "Thinking to save themselves." he said. "Dr. Joseph Lowenherz. his assistant, Heinrich Beinfeld and their associates faithfully carried out the Nazi orders for the selection of those Viennese Jews who were to be exterminated. They frequently shared confiscated property with the Gestapo. That is why the Russians have arrested these two. Some others of lesser guilt are still working in the offices of the Jewish community but will be eliminated in time. Many who helped the Gestapo were in the end themselves transported to the gas chambers." PALESTINE ARABS NOW HAVE SUPREME BODY Jerusalem, (JTA) — A supreme representative body of Palestine Arabs has been formed at a conference of Arab leaders in Amman with Emir Abdullah of Transjordan, it was announced here. This marks the first time since before the war that the conflicting groups within the Arab community of Palestine have been able to unite in a single body. NEW BRITISH CABINET INCLUDES FOUR IEWS London, (JTA) — The new British Cabinet includes four Jewish members. They are: Emannuel Shinwell, Minister of Fuel and Power; Lewis Silkin, Minister for Town and Country Planning; Lord Nathan, parliamentary under-Secretary of War, and G. R. Strauss, parliamentary secretary of War Transport. Zionist leaders have expressed their satisfaction with the fact that in addition to appointing George Henry Hall to the post of Colonial Secretary, the new Labor Cabinet appointed also Czech Jones as under-Secretary for Colonies. Both are known to have expressed their opposition to the British White Paper under which the doors of Palestine are now closed to Jewish immigration. EFOR AGEO TO AFFILIATE Fl REPRESENTATIVES TO ACT AS LIAISON MEN Washington. (JTA) — A spokesman for the War Department said that authorization to send representatives to Germany to act as liaison officers between the U. S. military authorities and stateless and other Jews still held in camps, will be given to all principal Jewish organizations. "However, it is up to UNRRA to decide which groups are going, who is to be represented, and how many representatives they are to have," he added. The War Department, he explained, decides only whether the individuals selected to go are satisfactory to the military authorities. The rest is up to UNRRA. At a meeting of the Board oi Directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami last Monday evening approval by a close vote, was made of a motion by which the organization will make application to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for affiliation as a participating agency. This action was taken after a series of meetings of joint com! mittees representing the home and Federation in which policies of the organization were clearly defined so as to be acceptable to both groups. Under the changes adopted, the home will be financed by Federation meeting all operating deficits and the home will refrain from all independent community fund raising. The Board also moved that tho home should make formal application to the newly created United Jewish Fund Campaign which will conduct a Capital Fund raising drive in October of this year. If taken in as one of the group, the home will receive a portion of the funds raised for building purposes. Other major policies adopted include the studies of all applications for admission to be made by the Jewish Social Service Board and that admission tothe institution will be made on the basis of need for institutional care whether for physical, mental or social reasons, regardless of financial status. Tel Aviv (JTA)—David Frankfurter, Yugoslav student who was released recently from a Swis jail where he served nine years for assault on a Nazi leader, will arrive here the middle of this month, it is reported here. He is among a group of refugees enroute to Palestine. DECREE RETURNS NAZI CONFISCATED GOODS Bucharest, (JTA) — The Ministry of Justice issued a decree ordering the return to Jews of land, houses, factories or shops taken from them since August, 1940, by pro-German regimes. The decree specified that sales to non-Jews which were made under duress and transfers of property made for the sole pur. pose of hiding Jewish ownershipj are also null and void. • •' S



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I PAGE TWO vJewistiflcriarian FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. William Singer left Thursdays to spend several Weeks in the north. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Joffe are returning to their home in Miami after spending July and the early part of August at the Versaille Hotel, Miami Beach. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rosman are spending two weeks here visiting with friends. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Burnett Roth are spending I wo weeks at the Liberty Hotel. Miami. Sgt. Roth, Past President of Sholem Lodge, is stationed at Camp Blanding. Nathan Adelman is out of the city on a business trip through the north. Mrs. Milton Sirkin left Saturday for New York and the Poconus. She will be joined next week by her husband, when they will visit with their children who are in northern camps. The family will return for the holidays. Stan Bromberg, associated with the Glade House Publishing Coin Coral Gables, is leaving on a business trip for New York next week. At the same time his mother, Mrs. Anne Bromberg. is going to New Haven. Conn., to visit \vith her family. Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Alstct are visiting at the Versaille Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Alstet, now serving a pulpit in Long Island, N. Y.. served Beth David Congregation in Miami as its spiritual leader in 1927. AL BERKOWITZ TO HOLD OPENHOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Al Beikowitz will hold open house Sunday afternoon at 3;00 o'clock at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, 701 S. W. 27th Road in honor of their new born son, Leonard Jay. Pidyon Haberi ceremony will take place. Friends aiiinvited. SHARON APPEL TO WED CAPTAIN ROBBINS ENGAGEMENT Lt. (sg) E. Albeit Pallot returned to his station following a leave spent here with his family. Lt. Colman A. Zwitman, Chaplain with the United States Army and on leave from his pulpit of Temple Israel, has left New Jersey for the coast where he is awaiting assignment for overseas duty. Mrs. Louis Kligman. the former Miss Sylvia Edelson. and her children, Doris and Philip, of Philadelphia, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson. 3054 N. Bay Road. The Kligmans will spend the summer here and en their return north will be accompanied by Mrs. Harry Edelson who will spend sometime in Philadelphia and New York. Mrs. L. J. Hartz will leave today for New York where she will spend several weeks with her daughter in Woodmere, L. I. Miss Judith Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weiss. 1650 S. W. 21st St., is spending the summer as a dramatics counselor at a girls' camp at Raquette Lake, N. Y. She writes to her parents that camp life is grand. Miss Weiss will return to NewYork University in the fall to enter her senior year where she I is majoring in dramatics. Mr. and MrY William Capland. 736 Collins Avenue, have announced the engagement of their sister. Miss Rae Capland, to Charles L. Oppenhcimer. SK lc, son of Mis. Lewis Oppenheimer of New York city. The wedding will take place on Sept. 12. Miss Capland is a graduate of Miami Beach High school, and has been affiliated with SaksFifth Avenue for the past four years. Mr. Oppenhcimer is a graduate of Cornell university and is now stationed with the Coast Guard at Key West. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Space Saving WARDROBES for your clothes $4.9$ A two-door wardrobe with a capacity for holding 16 dresses for convenient, space saving storage. Solidly constructed of strong cardboard, it comes collapsed. Easy to set up yourself. MIAMI STORE M ITU INS SECOND FLOOR The betrothal of Miss Beverly Leavitt to Lt. Morris Hamburg was announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldberg. 1575 Washington Avenue. Miss Leavitt attended New York University and at pn sent is visiting relatives and friends in New York and Philadelphia. Lt. Hamburg whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamburg of Philadelphia is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania and attended New York University. He is a meteorologist attached to the army air corps. Before leaving for the South Pacific he was in Miami Beach on a 10-day leave. The marriage will take place upon the return of Lt. Hamburg from overseas. L* '.I." Planned haron and !' Robbi^l ui'Kcment Was 1 L n Uy 2 •• 'Unced by vl '-' %  nKMr.aS %  )'' %  • %  Henry r % %  2035 s' • 21st St. I 1 lu bride. was gradu. Btwl 'rom Mi. %  '" St -'iior high •' %  [ and attended the Unity of Mi. ami. c apt. Robbins, WHO returned recently after if n unths in the M (liter. ranean theater flight surB n. is stat i o n e d at the AAF Regional and Convalescent hospital, Nautilus unit. He is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Robbins, Chicago, and was graduated Cum Laude from the University of Loyola Medical School of that city. He is a member of Phi Lambda Kappa. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Solomon, of Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of thendaughter, Violet Edith, to Pfc. Alvin Hyman of Bayonne. N. J., son of Mrs. Rose Hyman. Private Hyman is stationed at Homestead at the Army Air field. No date has been set for the Weding. BRISM Rabbi Stephen Wise will officiate at the marriage of Lt. Sheldon M. Rutter and Miss Phyllis Duskin which will occur at the St. George hotel in Brooklyn on Sunday, August 26. Lt. Rutter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rutter of Miami Beach, recently returned to civilian life. His bride-elect is a member of a well known Philadelphia family and is a graduate of Columbia university. Following the ceremony they will leave for a honeymoon in the Berkshire mountains. One year ago on August 26. the date for the wedding. Lieut. Rutter had been reported "missing in action" in Europe. PERSONALS Brism taking place this week included the sons of Cpl. and Mrs. Herman Kelman and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Forrest. Rabbi S. M. 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This winter he will conduct a series of concerts and appear as solo violinist. Mr. Baumel appeared in a recital here last year. Twice he has been chosen by Leopold Stokowski as a member of the All American Youth orchestra when it toured the United States and South America. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Al e Glantz, 2020 S. W. 24th St., anno nice the arrival of a son, Ban;. Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Silver, 825 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, announce the arrival of a daughter, Jacqueline. Mr. and Mrs. Josephine Mannheimer, 1660 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, announce tht birth of i daughter, Carole Hennina. Mr. and Mrs. David Alcock, 734 S. W. 4th St.. Miami, announce the arrival of a son, Steven Pal. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish and family returned Wednesday following their summer vacation MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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PAGE EIGHT fjewist fh>r/kiiati In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMa MUNITY CENTER. Conservative, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabha.x at 7:15 p. m. Friday evening. Saturday morning services at a. in. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law and Cantor Emanual Barkan will chant. Mlncha service! at 7 p. ill. followed by Shatos Seudos and afaariv. Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N E. 19th St.—Regular services Frldaf evening at S:l.'i p. in. Rabbi Saul Applebaum will conduct services. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Schaarat Zedek Talmud Torah, 1546 S. W. 3M Street, Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at :' a. m. Rabbi Simon April will preach on the portion f the law. Hebrew school daily '.' .i. in. to 12 noon. & BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.— Regular services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services .u B:30 a. ill. l>allv Minyan. Hebrew School daily from Monday through Thursday, 9 a. m. until 12. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Liberal, 761 41it Street, Miami Beach.— Friday evening services at 5:45. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi. Orthodox— Friday evening services nt 7:.:c p. in. Saturday morning services a) 5:30 Shalos Seudos at i:30 p. in. Evening services at 8:30. Summer sessions of the religious school Monday through Friday from '.• to 1-WHAT-WHERE-WHEN Tuesday. Aua. 14: Meeting of Civic Protective SubCommittee at Federation Office B 1 M. Wednesday, Aug. 15: Mi etlns of the Board of Jen Ish Edui atlon at Fed< ration office at v P, M. Thursday. Aug. 16: Meeting of Committee on munity needs atF ederatlon v p. M. subject i" change. Cornoffice OBITUARIES KENDALL Benjamin Kendall, 77. 148 N. W. 25th st died Wednesday, August l. at home A realdent oi Miami for the past two years, Kendall, a re tired merchant, came her-from Lot Angeles. ll leaves ;< daughter, Mrs. Ooldie Ferguson, Brooklyn. N X l two MIII. Harry, Miami, and liavid. Philadelphia. Gordon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements with burial In Qraceland Park. BOTT Abraham David Bott, 77. of 543 N. W. Fifth Ave, died Friday following a brief illness, lie came to Miami 15 years ago from Port] and was a retired merchant. He was a member of the Beth David congregation Surviving are the wife, Mrs Dins Bott, of Miami: four sons, Harry and .lack, both of Miami: Rubin, of Nassau, and Flschel, of Poland, and four daughters, Mrs Pauline Shevln, of Miami. Mrs. Ida Zimmerman and Mrs Belle Brown, botli of Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. Sylvia Plitnark, Of nAW&U. Funeral services were conducted Friday In Beth l'avid synagogue, burial In W Ilawn Park. Gordon Funeral home was in charge of arrangemeats, SEIMAN Mrs. Doris Seiman. of 226 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, died Saturday In New York, where she was Visiting relatives. A resident Of Miami Reach for 15 years. Mrs. Selman is survived by six sons. Barney, Fred and Nat Rosenthal, of Miami Reach; and Jack. Harry and Abe Stimuli, of New York Funeral services were held In New York. BECKWITT Herschel Beckwltt, B6, died Sunday morning at his home, -l Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. A visitor herefoT the past 2" years, Beckwitl made his pirmnti int home here a year ago, omins from Detroit. He is survived by two sons. Dr. Charles Beckwltt, Miami, and Mai. Maurice Beckwltt, with the army in Italy. He is also survived by five daughters: Mrs. Irving Zellak. Mrs. Max Davis and Mrs. Harry Cohen, all of Detroit; Mrs, Minnie Friedman, Miami Beach, and Mi-. Tiavid I'oh.-n. ls Angeles; In grandchildren and one great-grand, hlld. Funeral services were held Monday from Gordon Funeral Home chapel with burial in the Jewish section cf Woodlawn. University OF Miami SECOND SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATION Will Be Held Aug. 14th. 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 Monday the Japanese people were subjected to a test of the ultimate invention by which man can wipe himself from the earth—the atomic bomb. The Japs refusal to accede to Allied surrnder terms brought down upon them the promised rain of terrifying destruction. The discovered of the atomic explosive possibilities was a German Jewish woman mathematician, Lize Meitner. Ironically, this Jewish refugee was expelled from Germany because of her nonaryanism and now her scientific findings have been let loose upon the surviving partner of the Fascist axis. This scientist, who possessed the inherent knowledge which might have given the Nazis the control of the universe, was banished by the Nazis because she was Jewish! Lize Meitner joined a long list of Jewish scientists, medical specialists and educators whose teachings and findings were verboten in Germany. If the Nazis had been consistent they would not have permitted the use of salvarsan as a cure for syphilis because its discoverer was a Jew, Ehrlich; nor would they have allowed the use of a Wasserman test because Wasscrman was a Jew; nor, for that matter, the use of digitalis in the treatment of heart disease since Ludwig Trabo was Jewish; nor should the Nazis have permitted themselves to be treated for typhus for they would have been benefitted by the discoveries of Jews, WidaU and Weill. Yet there remains one frightening and terrifying note in this new discovery and that is the recognition that the atomic bomb has potential power to destroy civilization. Properly harnessed, however, it can spur world peace and world progress. The discovery of this new atomic force, with its awe inspiring destructive power, must give meaning to the phrase "true and everlasting peace" if this universe is to survive. The capitulation of Japan has been materially hastened by this new discovery. After V-J Day it will be up to our scientists to control this atomic force for the common good. Bernard M. Baruch expressed the, eternal hope of so many of us when he recently stated, "If all of us were wise, we would lind some common ground on which we could live in peace, for there is so much in the world for everyone ." Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami raroAY, AUGUS T rSiSsT BROS, ft*? J* la the BEST.' Radios — Phonographs P. A. 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PjypAY, AUGUST 10. 1945 +JewisMcrkttar) PAGE FIVE THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samu*>l J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) QUKSTION: Why is it a custom'to blow the shofar in the synagogue every morning during the entire month of Elul Starting thia year on August ANSWER: Elul being the last month of the Jewish. Calendar vear and the last period before thiNew Year of judgement, it was decreed that this month be devoted to repentance and introspection. The shofar was blown to reawaken within the people the spirit of reckoning and -, 11 improvement as a preparation for the New Year. Accord l'-: to many writers it is also done as a reminder of the incidents of Moses' time. It is a fact that Moses ascended for the second time to the Mountain of Siani to receive another set of tabletof the commandants. {{, what had happened the first time, the Shofar was blown '." remind the people of their responsibility while Moses was detained on the mountain. The date of this second ascent was the first day of the month of Elul and so we still sound the Shofar during the month of Elul to reawaken in us the serious though' which should occupy our minds before the day of Judgement arrives. It seems from the latter reason that the original custom was to blow the shofar only on the first day of the month and that later on the custom was developed to blow it for the entire month. QUKSTION: Why are the male and female sexes separated in the traditional synagogue? ANSWER: This subject and its underlying theories has become an object of much discussion and PAINTING GLASS INSTALLED V. K. TATUM Glass and Paint Shop 7-2947—7810 N. W. 7th Ave. criticism. It can best be understood only with a deep appreciative insight into the ideals of Jewish religion as regards to the place of women and the worship rituals; only a minute account of which can be given here. Rather than considering the female species at a lower level than that of the male, the Bible and Talmudic writings have recognized the distinct and inevitable position that womanhood holds in the welfare of civilization. In the days of the Temple of old, women had their own court of prayer in the Temple known as the "Ezras Nashim." There they followed their own mode of prayer and ritual which was officiated over by a woman. Even as late as the middle ages we find women's prayer meetings led by their own female precenters, some of whom acquired considerable reputation. It is not strange then that traditional synagogues have followed this wise movement in establishing separate seating arrangements for men and women, even though the service is officiated by one man for the entire congregation. Even the socalled Reconstructionist and reformed congregations who do not adhere to the tradition of separating the sexes in prayer still realize the benefit of regarding the two sexes as separate units when it comes to social and political organizations of the synagogues, such as Men's clubs, sisterhoods, auxiliaries, etc. National Jewish movements have realized it too, as is to be evidenced by the separation of the General Zionist groups from their sister groups such as, Haddasah, Mizrachi Women's organization, etc. It is the Orthodox congregation that has attempted to carry this matter to traditional perfection when it has maintained the separation of the sexes during prayer. The subject cannot be complete without mention of the moral and psychological background, which perhaps is the scientific basis for the entire custom. There is no doubt that the separation of the sexes leads to better and more attentive concentration during the service, if the service is adequatey arranged so as to stimulate interest and devotion. Recent educational statistics have found such separation more inducive to concentrated study at different age ranges. ROSE CHAPTER B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN MEET The Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith Women, meeting bi-weekly during the summer, is busy working at various projects providing Tuesday evening programs at the Pancoast Hospital for the convalescent servicemen featuring dancing, bingo, and ping pong among the many forms of entertainment. On Sunday mornings members can be found at the Beach where they help serve and prepare the Sunday breakfasts served to the servicemen and women. Chapter activities in the fall will commence with a formal opening. .-< -£& TOGUST BROS RYE .**" la thi BEST.' 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Berman, took office was held Tuesday night by Miami Beach American Legion post. New Legionnaires inducted were: I'avid D. Dresner, Benjamin Redan, David J. Whyte, Kdmund John Tlghe, Alfred Emanual Cluck, Joseph A. DeLuhery. Mioa Olshewltz. Millard Jay Jacobi, Maurice DeHirsch Collegeman, Seymour M. Roth. Emll Earl Alcorn. Michael M. Meisel. Martin Shenker, C. Samuel Mason Oscar Relsler, Albert lirossman, Joseph Turner, Max Dantowltz. Samuel Havedon. I i> H. Tea, Ben Tonelson. Nathan Benjamin lilunibevg. Henry Marlowe, Judge Dove. Dlos J. Euanthes, Clarence H. Layman, I-Mwaril Don Kannon, William B. Friedman, Murray B. Rose. Elmo Ranclilph Paw-son. Dylan H. Kout, David Yunis. LEGAL NOTICES LOCATION INDEX OF NAT'L COUNCIL LOCATED HERE "Inasmuch as the Dade county Red Cross will no longer accept inquiries about displaced or dispersed families in Europe we feel it proper to let Miami people know that there is a local office of a national organization which is an agency of the Central location index," Mrs. Max J. Finkelstein, new executive secretary of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish women announced. Persons wishing to use the services of the Council of Jewish Women in trying to locate displaced persons in Europe were asked to arrange appointments by contacting the council office, 513 Congress building, phone 3-6554. The staff will be glad to make appointments for persons interested in locating their people in Italy, France, Belgium. Holland, Hungary, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Russia. Yugoslavia, Spain, Palestine, Portugal and Turkey. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 39S68 Notice Is hereby given that Vivian Randolph, holder as assignee of City of Miami. Tax Certificate num bered **>94, dated the 7th day of June. A. D. 194.1, 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 Dado County, Florida, to-wit: lx>t 445, Auburndalu Tamiami Trail Addition. Flat Book 15. 1'age 36, in the City of Miami. County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of 1'nknown unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 12th day of September. A.D. 194.'). Dated this Sth day of August. A.D. 1945. (Circuit Court Seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court, I lade County. Florida By N. C. STERRETT. D. C. 8/10-17-24-31 /7 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 7.10 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AI IRA M WASHERMAN MOLL1E W. MARCUS .HI.ITS WASHERMAN MARY WASHERMAN DIANA fOOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 8/10-17-24-31 9/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RnllKHTS at 50 N. W. 1st St.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUBDN OREENBERQ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant S/10-17-24-30 9/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, rlesiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE & REPAIR SHOP at 2767 S. W. 27th Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. O FORCE ROSENE MARX I'KINT.KRG Attorney for Applicant 8/1O-17-24-80 9/7 HAIR REMOVED Permanently — Safely Scientifically BY ELECTROLYSIS 1456 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 58-1263 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 4-5860 0UNJU11 ^j-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMh LlH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" f LICE'S PHARMACY Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, RALPH J. WASSERMAN WALTER WAXMAN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorney for Applicants. 7/27 8/3-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BELLE ISLE CLEANERS at 3820 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MANTEL LETOnSKY JI'Lirs BURGER DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 7/27 8/3-10-17-24 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 Countv, Florida. ANDY MARCHINSKY MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 7/13-20-27 8/3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ficitious name of LA INDIA BONITA GIFTS at 216 N. E. 1st Street Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Ill ISI-: V.V.W SINGERMAN MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 8/3-10-17-24-31. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have been engaged In the operation of a business under the fictitious name of "COASTAL WIPING RAGS." located at 1098 N. W. 21st street. Miami. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1945 *Jenisti ftorktlar PAGE THREE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN Everyone I speak to says that u is the finest summer they g*L ever witnessed down here. feauttul nights and the notr: •, days are making those K who were lucky enough ? remain here for the summer £ a \ • "at we are indeed to be SI We realize that more „ When our letters and post cards from our friends who have eonc north talk of nothing but S rain, rain. In fact the ram ?M been so bad in New York that understand Mayor LaGuardia has issued an arrest order for old Pluvius. In spite of the bad weather up north. S.1 and Josie Goldstrom 2E from Osceola Inn, Hender%  mville N. C, that walking down he main street of that r 0 VI1 is like Saturday morning at the Mercantile National Bank, everybody is there ... WhUr we are speaking of vacationMr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick are on their way to Cuba; Irving Marcus has gone to the sweltering city of Chicago; Domthv Borenstein has returned to Philadelphia with her husband who is stationed there until September 1. Then will not be a monthly B'nai B'rith meeting this month. The • i"> rtainment committee, under the chairmanship of Sam Silver, are busy formulating plans for a social at the end of August — so look for the announcement soon. Sgt. Burnett Roth and wife arc spending his two-week furlough hi % % % %  at home in Miami. S R t. Roth, a former B'nai B"rith president who did such a fine job as toastmaster at our last instalhtion banquet, will do his best to see and visit all his friends but don't expect the impossibli—so, if he doesn't get around to you, you'll realize that two weeks is a very short time when you've been away so long. Plans are being made for a State B'nai B'rith conference at Daytona Beach early in September. ODT regulations and re quests will of necessity make the conference a small one — but more about this at a later date. George Talianoff tells me that a new assistant director of the ADL is coming in and will go to work September 1. She is Mrs. Stella Counselbaum, from Chicago, where she was associ ated with the ADL office there and before that was program director for the Chicago Round Table. Those of you who want to really show Mrs. Counselbaum that you welcome her, can do so by letting the B'nai Brith office know where she can find a bedroom apartment. No one knows how close they live to fame, for instance, one of our own members, Sam Pepkowitz, has a son, Dr. Paul Leonard Pepkowitz, who has been working on the atomic bomb and who was in New Mexico during the atomic bomb experiments you have been reading about. Sunday Mr. Pepkowitz received a telegram from his son telling him to watch the Monday morning papers for an important announcement, which, of course, was President Truman's story on the atomic bomb. We hope that Mr. Pepkowitz will give us more information on this at our next meeting. M. BEACH BANKER DIES WEDNESDAY Judson Lewis Owen, 52, president of the Mercantile National Bank at Miami Beach and associated with Miami Beach civic affairs, died Wednesday at his home. 2419 N. Meridian Ave. He had been active and in apparently good health until Saturday when he suffered a heart attack. Owen came to Miami Beach nine years ago from West Palm Beach. He joined the Mercantile ST. PETE ZIONISTS SHOW NICE PROGRESS Steady progress has been made by the St. Petersburg Zionist district, which was organized earlier in the year by Jacob Lurie with the help of Louis Cohen, Rabbi Herbert Wilner, Joseph Cieman and others. The organization has over 50 members and was recently issued a charter. Its president is M. G. Rosenberg, a former resident of Tampa, who had served as president of that district for three years and has to his credit a lifetime of aervice in Jewish communal affairs. APT. ASSOCIATION ISSUES MEMBERSHIPS Life memberships were conferred on three officers of the Miami Beach Apartment association at its meeting this week at Central Beach Elementary school. Albert Kahn and Martin Lipman, former presidents of the association, were honored along with Henry Rieser, recording secretary. EXECUTIVE BOARD OF JR. HADASSAH MEETS An executive board meeting of the Miami Beach chapter of Junior Hadassah was held at the home of Natalie Sandra Frankel, president, to outline plans for the coming year. Installation of newly-elected officers will be held at the first meeting, Thursday, October 4. Mrs. A. Goodman, president of Senior Hadassah, Miami Beach chapter, will be guest speaker. Two weeks later a membership tea will replace the next scheduled meeting. Further plans will be announced. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, National Director of Hillel Foundation,^ expected to visit in Miami the early part of October, it was learned here this w eek. William Wilkins MANAGER OF THE Allrisk Insurance Agency, Inc. IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF OFFICES AT 502 BISCAYNE BUILDING > MIAMI 32, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-4383 Special Announcement I' you have a young son who is between the ages of one month to 15 years, you have a desire to help that son build an estate. Writ or phone me about the new Juvenile Adjustable Policy just "announced by the Sun Life Assurance Companv „i Canada. It is deveoped on an entirely new principal—sold in units of $1,000 each, when automatically increases to BO at the child's age 21, at the SAME PREMIUMwithout further evidence of insurabilitybON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR CHILD ALEX S. COHEN, Agent • Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada 218 Shoreland Bldg. Phone 3-8797 Residence 4-0011 National Bank as vice president and a year later became president. He helped organize and was a director of the Miami Beach Servicemen's pier; was a member of Miami Beach committee for a new hospital; was active in administering USO affairs and was a member of the Miami Beach housing committee. Masonic services were conducted Thursday at the Miami Beach Funeral Service. The body was sent today to Asbury Park for services and burial. FIELD DIRECTOR IS MIAMI VISITOR Sidney Jacobs, regional field director for the southeastern and southwestern regions of the Council of Federation and Welfare Funds, visited the Miami area this week. He interviewed numerous leaders in this community in furthering the program of the Council in lending assistance to communities. 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 I CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday, Nov. 30 YIZKOR or Memorial Services for the departed are conducted on the following Holidays: YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 U. OF M. REGISTRATION TO TAKE PLACE AUG. 14 Registration for the second regular summer session at the University of Miami will take place from 8:30 to 12:30 P. M. on Aug. 14, in room H of the main building, Harry H. Provin, registrar announced. New students, some of whom will be veterans, are expected to enroll as candidates for degrees at the session, Provin said. He also said that the university anticipates the continuation of many students enrolled for the current term. The second session will end Sept. 25, he disclosed. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and family have returned i to their home on Alton Road alter a two-month northern trip. During his journey Rabbi Lehrman made a tour of army camps in behalf of the NCCJ and was called suddenly to New York upon the death of his father. nftOlO SEFVICE-FREE ESTIMATES O0WNT0WN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 105 N. E. 2nd St. 1405 Wish. Avt. Ph. 3-3619 • • Ph. 5-7173 Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS Alka-Kelt&e T|AVE you tried Alka-Seit.11 zcr f or Gas on Slomn. :r ; If not, why not? Pleasant, prompt in action, effective. Thirty cents and Silly cents. M,1 R .. NERVINE F OR relief from Functional Nervous Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crsnkiness, Excitability, Nervous Headache and Nervous Indigestion. Tablets 35* and '.".*. Liquid 25* and $1.00. Read directions and use only as diricicd. HOSTESSES MAY GET INFORMATION Mrs. Miriam Sirkin. chairman of Volunteer Hostesses of the Servicemen's Snack Bar, Miami Beach, is out of the city for several weeks. Anyone desiring information about hostess assistance may contact the Snack Bar direct by telephoning 58-2171. 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ITHDAY. AUGUST 10, 1945 *Jewisti Hcridian PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewtoh Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Man in SerTice SERVICE ^ wy py r\ ran 1 Arthur J. Fuld. son of %  fataiM Fuld, 3712 S. W. 20th Stree and brother of Er„,KI Fuld, was awarded the star on June 17. The on was made in Bad M, i theim, Germany, which, ntally, is Mrs. Fuld's birthSace The citation reads: "For meritorious achievement from ry 15 to May 8, 1945 in i., md Germany.' \ Fuld is with the military government in Germany an d been overseas since Der 1944. He speaks seven lanfi la Captain Phil Kaplan left Miam; Beach recently to report to Lawson General hospital, Atlanta follow mg a 30-day leave here. Capi lin Kaplan, who resides at 1034 Michigan Ave., served with < destroyer group which saw action in France, Luxemburg %  '•'• Belgium. Veterans Get Interesting Data From Manpower Commission Cpl. Murray Millar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, former i of war in Germany, hlis compli'H'il a furlough with his parents .ind has been assigned in Ri | stribution Station on Miami B eh with headquarters in the All ion Hotel. Mr. stem. Miam mous their nard rcs,< c on many New Golds his h stein Arm\ Mrs. Herman Goldj| 036 Pennsylvania Ave., Beach, received a posthuaward of an air medal to son, Second Lieut. BerGoldstein. 22, a B-27 Fort• -pilot, who was shot down 21st mission over Gerlast Nov. 30. A retired York city businessman, tun is in Miami Beach for ralth. He and Mrs. Gold* have two other sons in the both overseas veterans. Abe Schoenfeld, SKl/c, has been the recent guest of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sowders, 1244 S. W, Ird Street. He expects to receive his overseas orders soon for duties in the Pacific. Capt. 1662 S. ber of pected Charles troop-!. He will inn :,, son oi S Theodore R. Simons, of W. 19th Ave., is a mem;i field artillery unit exto arrive this week at ion, S. C, on the army ip "Lincoln Steffens." be sent to Camp Blandption center. He is the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lt. Aivin Sherman, of 2427 Pine T i e Dr., has received the ted flying cross. Now on thi inactive list, Lt. Sherman won his award for heroism in a in :>:l)ing raid over Hamburg. Germany, when he was a B-l" pi ot. He later served as nt post exchange officer at th' service. Ensign Richard D. Kobley. specialist, now is stationed at payal training center. Great Lakes, HI. He is the son of Mr. and M... Irving Kobley, of 2135 NBa\ Rd. He has another brother. Donald, a navy V-12 student,a, Emory university, Atlanta. Ensign Kobley served in the battle of Guam. Staff Sgt. Bernard Kurland, son o! Mrs Anna w Kurland, W7 N W. 47th ter., has begun gaining as an aviation engineer at bo. Rane, Wash. Pfc Leo M. Kirchner, son of "T. and Mrs. R. Kirchner, 8025 %  W. 14th PI., served 37 months !" J* European area. He took •K o m tnree campaigns and has we Silver Star, Combat Infantryman s badge and Good Conduct medal. „ n S a Sgt. Charle, Epstein. Miami Beach, is veteran of 38 months i n the African Theater 01 Operatj onSi KjfiARIA ALLOWS JEWISH MIGRATION Go** 8 (J TA) The Bulgarian j p 0 ^: rn "'ent announced that PaWt dt sirin 8 to emigrate to ^alesune will be permitted to 3dM w *&3 M proviso that thev the T, fflcia y before leaving 6 tountrv >s an emigrant. Boyce A. Williams. State Director. War Manpower Commission for Florida, has given out interesting figures on Veterans' Placement and Training under the G.I. Bill of Rights in Florida. Mr. Williams stated that the USES in Florida had placed the first six months of 1945 11.589 veterans of World War II, an increase of 3,000 over a like period in 1944. "This • showing by the United States Employment Service," Mr. Williams said, "reflects credit on local managers and members of their staff. As the number of returning veterans increase, tax on the service." he said, "will increase proportionately." According to Mr. Williams, the Employment Service is being geared to handle the rapidly increasing load by careful assignment of personnel in the Veterans Placement Service according to approved pattern and the best practice in other states. Mr. Williams stated "that the record shows that many of the returned veterans are selecting some form of training under the G.I. Bill. Many are being placed with industry on-the-job training program, while many others are entering college, professional or technical school for refresher courses or with the idea of completing a college course. This opportunity appeals especially to the younger men whose education was interrupted by reason of their having been inducted into the service." Apprentice training likewise appeals to the younger men who desire to become skilled in a trade. Apprenticeship training covers a period of years, usually four years, or 4,000 hours with 144 hours in related classroom study." Continuing, Mr. Williams stated that' those who select train ing-on-the-job receive as subsistence from the government $50.00 per month if single and $75.00 per month if the veteran has dependents. "These amounts are in addition to wages paid the veteran which must not be less than those paid to other workers in the establishment in his grade. In addition to subsistence, in the amounts named, $50.00 and $75.00, veterans attending college, university or London (JTA) — Negotiations to convert the Jewish Brigade into a nucleus for a permanent Jewish garrison in Palestine are now under way by the Jewish Agency, it was revealed by Moshe Shertok, head of the Agency's political department, addressing the World Zionist Conference. technical school will have their tuition paid, laboratory and other fees, together with the cost of the text book—the total not to exceed $500.00 for the school year." It is believed, according to Mr. Williams, that Florida is well in advance of other states in the region in progress made under the education and training program provided for veterans" in the G.I. Bill. He stated "that 2,042 openings have been developed and approved and several hundred veterans placed in training. The establishments approved represent practically every type of industry." In connection with the training program, Mr. Williams brought out that responsibility for developing training on-thejob opportunities is the function of the United States Employment Servise and the approval of establishments to receive veterans for training is the responsibility of State Department of Public Instruction, Tallahassee. "The Department of Education, Mr. Williams stated, "has delegated the responsibility locally of determining the eligibility of an employer to receive veterans for training to county school superintendents." In every case, "the employer must be able to furnish satisfactory evidence that he has set up in his establishment or business a real bone fide progressive training program. No form of exploitation of veterans under the guise of training will be tolerated; in other words, employers will not be permitted to receive veterans for training only to assign them to the running of errands, washing of windows and the doing of odd or miscellaneous jobs. Every training program must lead to a definite goal—ability on the part of the veteran to earn an adequate livelihood and to make a 'greater contribution to society, whether his training period be for six months, a year or longer." The Miami Beach office of the United States Employment Service is located at 830 Washington Avenue, telephone 5-6514 and the Miami office at 501 N. E. First Avenue, telephone 3-4693. Jerusalem (JTA)—The usually well-informed London correspondent of the Cairo newspaper Al-Aharam reports that he has learned from reliable non-Jewish circles that the British White Paper will soon be abolished and Palestine re-opened to Jewish immigration. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman, Riverdrive Dairy, Miami Springs, Fla., announce the birth of their twin daughters Phyllis Ann and Bernice Jane on July 29. Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, Miami, vacationing at the Blackstone hotel on the Beach, celebrated 'the seventh birthday of their daughter, Nancy, on Sunday. Attending the party at the pool and garden of the hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C., Myers and children Judith, and Kenneth, Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal and son Eugene, Herbert Scher, Mrs. Andrew S. Greenfield and daughters Renee and Janice and Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronitly and family are now at home following a northern vacation. Miss Phylis Leopold has returned after spending two weeks in New York. PAN-ARAB LEAGUE TO HAVE U. S. OFFICES London, (JTA) — The sum of two million dollars will be expended by the Pan-Arab League in propaganda offices which will be opened in Wasnington and London to conduct wide-sj:ale pro-Arab and anti-Zionist agitation in the United States and in England, it was reported in the press here. Reproducting the full program adopted by the pan-Arab League in connection with the activities of these two offices, the London newspapers reveal that $600,000 has been earmarked by the Arab League for publicity activities in the United States. For London, the League has allocated not less than $1,000,000 for the same purpose. It is stipulated by the League that its activities in Washington shall not be linked with any elements conducting anti-Jewish or anti-British propaganda. At the same time it is not to limit itself to propaganda on Palestine, but present the events in Palestine, but present the events in Palestine as part of general lite in the Near East from the Arab point of view. The general objectives ot tne two propaganda offices will, according to the published pror To "prove" that it is not in the interests of the United States and England that Palestine be established as a Jewish State. To bring to American and British attention the social and economic arguments advanced by the Arabs. To popularize among Americans and Englishmen the religious and ethnical arguments of the Arabs. ... To reveal the Arab contnbuPOLISH LEADERS ARE FETED IN LON DON London, (JTA) — Led by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the World Zionist Conference tendered an enthusiastic reception to a delegation of eight Zionist leaders from liberated Poland who arrived yesterday from Warsaw, headed by Dr. Emil Sommerstein, Zionist veteran and chairman of the Central Jewish Committee in Lublin. This is the first Jewish delegation from Poland since the outbreak of the war. "The attitude of the Warsaw Government towards Zionism," Dr. Sommerstein said addressing session of the World Zionist Conference, "is best illustrated by the fact that I was granted a diplomatic passport to make the trip to London." He emphasized that there are today no more than 80,000 Jews in Poland, that they are "economically ruined and psychologically torn, but that they are all faithful to the Jewish people of which they consider themselves an integral part. Many of these surviving Jews are eager for a Jewish State m Palestine, Dr. Sommerstein said. "The 5,000 Jewish children rescued from Nazi hands must find their way from Poland to Palestine," he emphasized. He added that the reactionary elements in Poland, "having hundreds of thousands of Jewish lives, on their conscience, want to destroy the remnants of Polish Jewry, but are being vigorousWcombatted by the government. tions to the Allied war effort Four prominent Arab leaders have been designated for the work in London and Washington. Thi same leaders will also visit the Vaticans. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. 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PAGE SIX 9-JewistncrkUan FRIDAY, AUGUST 1Q. j„ 1 I I JEWISH WOMAN AIDS IN ATOMIC BOND The atomic explosive possibilities sprang unexpectedly from calculations by a German Jewish woman mathematician, Lize Meitner. Within two weeks the whole scientific world knew of her theory and had verified it. Dr. Meitner, who is Jewish, said her own part in atomic experiments virtually ended in 1938 when she was forced to leave Germany because of Nazi anti-semitic laws/ She resumed atomic work only a few months ago, she said, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science where she is an experimental physicist. Her sole interest in the atom, she said, had been "from a scientific and theoretical standpoint." She had no idea that her pioneering work in the early 1930"s — which showed for the first time that the uranium atom could be broken down—would help in the development of the most destructive explosive force yet discovered. rTUxuni for REST CONVALESCENCE O~. %  :• iiii„ u "*• of HERBERT'S RKSTA I'RSST"? tend to register laid name Mtk JJ" Clerk of the Circuit our! VS* County, Florida, f ^ DAVID .--MILLER IGNATZ IB MEYERS & WEITZ.V \\ Attorneys for Applicant! 1 MT-21-31 in QIVENUeJ in enuaj, in. .us nnu 1 UMPANY, ''>' said '"Ircnit %  .UKOWITZ NOTICE IS HEREBY the undersigned, del In business under the i of A & Ii GARMENT not Inc.. Intends name with the Clerk Court of I >ade Cniini A \U' IN PA I'I. W KIT/. MAN Attorney for Applicant 7 10-17-14-tl J/I ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida! Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road Vi Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over S8.000.000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President