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The Jewish Floridian ( August 24, 1945 )

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r N i*.. ihdteM^lhJEIIiDipidPiaun THE J E W I S H WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 34 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945 Palestine Question Discussed at Potsdam, President Discloses ( P MEET A special meeting of the dice mr.oi the Jewish Home for the Age I ol Greater Miami hold Ihcic Tuesday evening, turned own affiliation with the United Building Fund Camaign. Tins followed a report by ;t special committee appointi organization to negotiate with the officers of tne Fund Campaign in view to %  one of the agencies [tha, will conduct a communityvide drive for capital fund pureginning October 3rd. The report of the committee, [consisting of Max Greenberg, Werns_ E. __Rubin, Sydney L. WeiriTrluD aria Daniel M. Broad, tevealed that discussions were field with the campaign committee, and after several meetings pf their own group felt that it rould be unwise to recommend hat the Home participate. Four agencies at present continue the Jewish Building Fund Campaign .the Miami and Miami Beach "Y's", the Buieau of JewEiiuiation and the UniverMiami Hillel Foundation, resent plans call for the group fo make a two-month effort to Secure funds that are estimated Ho reach a need of S900.000. to ect adequate facilities to house L res Pective organizations. Tiie Jewish Home for the \ged also making plans for the ition of larger quarters, led affiliation as one of :ies in order to have lone united drive for all the %  groups instead of separate camIPaiuns. Tne committee reported itnat they felt the organization icou.d better itself by a separate Pwe. and that the allocation |5fi-up as presently outlined was Ijoo indefinite for them to ape as binding on the home. ISCAFFOLDS ERECTED F 0R HANGING NAZIS iJTA)— Scaffolds have ,. ted in the court yard EnsJ 1 e .K nese jl,il for th0 han Icnnvf, ",''' o1 ,nt fo r Nazis gnvwted by the Peoples' Court. IA.K,-' '"'' war criminal trial in IS w i th murdering 102 line R h '"'" %  Jews whilt transferEamn llom one concentration Itho ,• ? n ther near Vienna. leiRh %  l "" 1 was sentenced to Washington (WNS)—President Truman revealed here at his press conference last Thursday that he advocated, at the Potsdam conference, the establishment of a Jewish national state in Palestine. The President's disclosure came in reply to a question regarding our Government's position on the subject of a Jewish national state. Mr. Truman told the reporters that the subject had been discussed both with Prime Minister Churchill and Prime Minister Atlec, but not with Premier Stalin, since the Soviet generalissimo was not directly concerned with the probem. The President disclosed that the American view on Palestine is to let as many Jews into the country as is consistent with the maintenance of civil peace. The matter of a Jewish state, he said, will have to be worked out with the British and Arabs. He noted, however, that this country is averse to sending soldiers overseas to keep the peace in Palstme. While Mr. Truman made no specific reference to the White Paper, his statement on the admission of Jews to Palestine is regarded in many circles in Washington as in effect placing the government of the United States against the British White Paper policy. Some informed diplomats here believe that the President's statement presaged abandonment of the State Department's past policy of appeasement, under which it had circumvented the question throughout the war under the pretext of "military expediency." What this Government was prepared to do to implement its position on the question was not made clear by Mr. Truman. President Truman's statement has evoked a great deal of interest both in general British and Jewish circles. It was learned that Prime Minister Atlec will' be asked in the House of Commons for a clear statePRICE TEN CENTS HOME HOSPITALITY NEEDS STILL GREAT "Response for home hospitality for service men for the High Holy Days has not met with sufficient response," Leon Schulman, U.S.O-N.J.W.B. director stated. "In order to insure sufficient homes to take care of the men that will be in this area for the holidays, we must call upon residents of this community for assistance. "Present indications show that there will be more men in this area than at any time previously, with information revealing that all Jewish men in Boca Raton will be given special three-day passes. All of them have expressed their intention of coming to Miami." A call to the Jewish Welfare Board office, 9-1323, will register your willingness to offer your homo and hospitality for the holidays to servicemen. World Congress Policy Outlined Dy Dr. Wise at London Session London (JTA)—"The world was shocked to speechlessness by the obliteration of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nag! asaki by atomic bombs, but no such shock was noticed when. innocent Jews—ten-fold the number of the victims in the two Japanese cities combined—were exterminated in Europe," Dr. Stephen S. Wise declared, addressing a session of the European conference of the World Jewish Congress More than 90 delegates representing Jewish o communities in 13 countries at-1 SPLACEES WILL STILL RECEIVE AID (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) NOTED EDUCATOR FOR A POLITICAL ZIONISM IM v '"at hard labor. : \ nouncing the death senacienV, i' L & residin *f Judge char--< • iJS* ndemned men I'-nti >' rom Nv %'. ,X ork lo attend are: rebuilding of Palestine with A u" %  Glsk,n President of the German property in Palestine to be used for the resettlement of the Jews from Europe and that international facilities be established for the exit and transfer of all Jews who wish to settlein Europe. The closing session also issued a political manifesto in which 'it was noted, "with deep regret and resentment" that the White Paper limiting Jewish immigration to Palestine was still in force even after the end of the on ^ould forei* men >ber Sena?"r ri laii i 0ns „ to mmittec. or c >aude Pepper, now ,* ^ur abroad, said he Ar ab D u lnto lhe JewishWem S& ,em while in Jeru"hether & *< ques ion as to "tonal ? a fav ? red a Jewish all are th e he said: "We end." tmnk 'ng toward that of the senate NAZIS HAD PLANNED TO DESTROY ALL JEWS Munich (JTA) — A m e r i c a n military authorities have discovered in a private home here many documents belonging to the Office for Research on Jewish Problems established by the Nazis under the supervision of the notorious anti-Semite Alfred Rosenberg. A valuable collection of ancient Jewish liturgical manuscripts was also found. American authorities also reported that they have discovered files proving that the Nazi had mapped plans to exterminate all the Jews in Europe. HARRISON RETURNS FROM TRIP TO EUROPE Washington (JTA) — Earl G. Harrison, United States representative on the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, has returned from a mission to Europe to investigate the needs of displaced persons, and will make a report to President Truman, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned. Government officials who have seen the report, which deals with the conditions of stateless and non-repatriable refugees in Germany and Austria, found it of such high interest that they urged Mr. Harrison to present it in person to the President. A summary of the report which is a partial one, since several members of the mission, including Dr. Joseph Schwartz of the J.D.C.. are continuing the investigation Europe, is being prepared possible release after rison's conference President. Buenos Aires (JTA)—A drive to raise 800,000 pesos to finance the transfer of Jewish children to Palestine was launched here by the Women's International Zionist Organization. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) IMMIGRATION PURELY AFFAIR OF ALL JEWRY Sofia (JTA)—The Fatherland Front, composed of all major political parties in Bulgaria, considers the question of Jewish emigration from the country as a purely Jewish affair. Zdravki Mitovsky. one of the principal leaders of the proGovernment united front organization told the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Expressing confidence tha, the Bulgarian government would not hamper Jewish emigration from the country to Palestine or any other land, the Bulgarian leader said that he believes that Jews remaining in Bulgaria will not suffer from any economicchanges that may take place and that they will gradually recover their pre-war business enterprises. A Palestine exhibition will be opened here, showing Jewish achievements in Palestine during the war period, it was announced by Sabbatai Eskenesy Arbeiter Ring; Tabachinsky, Phil Block, executive director of the Ort and E. Lazerson, chairman of the Arbeiter Ring Teacher's Association. Lectures will be held discussing contemporary Jewish life both in this country and in the European countries. They will also discuss the work of the Or, and the Jewish Labor Committee. Since Miami is making plans to open an Arbeiter Ring Shula, Mr. E. Lazarson will speak about the work of the Shula's throughout the country. There will be a concert held Sunday evening. Septembr 2. at the Miami Beach Elementary School, 1420 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. A banquet will be held Monday evening September 3. at the Strath Haven Hotel. Two sessions will be held daily for the three days of the conference. Tuesday night will be the last session of the conference. A boat ride for the delegates and guests will be held Wednesday evening. Sept, 5 to complete the meetings. ZIONIST MOVEMENT IS ILLEGAL BY RUSSIANS WAR CRIMINAL NOW LIVES IN SANATORIUM in for Mr. Harwich the Bern (JTA)—The Swiss reports from Hungary that Count Janos Telcki, who is now living at a sanatorium in Switzerland under the assumed name of Weiss, has been listed as a war criminal by the Hungarian Government in Budapest. Count Teleki is charged, among other things, with transfering to Switzerland a considerable quantity of textile goods confiscated from Jewish firms in Hungary which were "aryanized." Some of the original Jewish owners of the property are now in the United States. Prague (JTA) — The Zionist movement has been declared illegal by the Soviet authorities in Caratho-Russia, the part of Czechoslovakia which was transferred to the Soviet Ukraine, it was learned here by the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency from quarters close to the Soviet Embassy in Prague. Children's schools maintained by Zionist groups in CarpathcUkraine were closed down, the same sources declared. These measures, they explained, are press due to the fact that a considerable part of the Zionist movement is considered to be "antiSoviet and reactionary" by the local Soviet authorities. WEISS ELECTED BEACH MEMBER OF CC BOARD Miton Weiss, Miami Beach attorney and member of the Dade county school board, has been elected to the board of governors of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, succeeding the late Hudson L. Owen.



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PAGE TWO *Jenist f/cridfi^n v : PERSONALS Murray Budner, 142 N. W. 10th Avenue, is back in Miami after spending a month in the north. After visiting New York and Washington, Mr. Budner .stopped in Columbia, South Carolina, to spend some time with his sister, Irene Budner, attending college in that city. His father, Hynian Budner. left this week for New York where he will visit relatives. Miss Mildred Namoff, 1219 S. W. 7th Street, has returned to New York where she visited relatives. Friends of Mrs. I. L. Reisman, 2251 S. W. 7th Street, are offering condolences on the double loss of her brother-in-law. 1. D. Sharove, 4530 Park Avenue, Richmond. Va., on September 22, and her mother, Mrs. Sadie Green, of the same address, on September 2G. Mrs. Reisman, Who has now returned to Miami, wishes the many friends of her sister, Mrs. I. D. Sharove. to know that she is on the road to recovery after a very serious illness in the hospital. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall and family are vacationing at Flat Rock, N. C. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bloomfield have returned to their home. 1530 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, after spending six weeks in Maine. New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Ted Kaufman is spending a month as guest at the Maynard Ranch. Jeffes, Montana. While away he will visit Yellowstone National Park. Alfred Gottosman, Ponce do Leon Hotel, lilt Friday tor New York on a two weeks' business trip. After a two months' visit with her daughter. Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, in Bethlehem. Pa.. Mrs. Moses Pallet. 136 N. W. 15Ul Ave., has returned to Miami. Accompanying her on the trip was her son-in-law and daughter, Corp. I and Mrs. Sydney Hollander and their son. Edward. Corporal Hollander has been in the service for two years, seven months of which were spent in Italy. He is now m Miami and after Sept. 1st will go to Georgia lor reassignment. Miss Evelyn Zuekerman and Miss Rosalind Leaker, of Newark. N. J., are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kleinberg, 1732 .lames Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalis whose wedding took place Sunday at Shaarei T'filoh, in Baltimore are spending their honeymoon at the Triton Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Zalis is the former Gertrude Levenson, of Baltimore. While here the couple is being entertained Dy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis. of Miami, brother and sister-in-law Of the groom. Mrs. Max Oreenberg has returned home after spending two and a half months travelling m the North. She spent some time in Philadelphia. New York City and Sharon Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle left Monday for Pennsylvania where they will meet tiuir daughter, Ernise, who has spent th' summer at camp. From then' they will go to New York and then to the Carolinas, returning to Miami m several weeks. Mr. Joe Rosenthal. 1405 Euclid Ave., has left on an extended business trip through South America. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Somberg and son, Edward, are spending a month in New York City, at the Taft Hotel. PERSONALS Mrs. Gertrude Gittleman, 2469 Flamingo Place, leaves this week for a visit with her sister in Reading, Pa. Joining his wife in Andersonville. N. C, J. B. Spector, 1614 Meridian Ave., will leave next week. Planning to visit in Norfolk, Va., before returning home, he will be away for six weeks. Dr. Robert Mayer. Miami Beach pediatrician who has been serving with the U. S. Public Health Service in New York, is being released from his position and will return here Sept. 1st to resume his practice, with offices at 311 Lincoln Road. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Take gay printed HANKIES back to college 65 l Perk up a pocket with a gay linen print of flowers or printed cotton finished daintily with lace. The linen handkerchiefs have perle hems and come in regular size. The cottons are extra big. MIAMI STORE HANDKERCHIEFS BTREET FLOOR 6-A A recent addition to the piano faculty of Miami Conservatory is Miss Shirley Ross of Flint, Mich. Having Studied voice with Artura de Filipe and piano with Hannah Aaher at the University of Miami, she is teaching at the Miami Beach. Miami and Shenandoah studios of the conservatory. Mrs. George P. Jacobs, 1560 Calais Drive, Normandy Isles, will return this week from a six week northern vacation. Mrs. Jacobs has been in New York and Greenview. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pressman. Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, tendered a Victory celebration party to their tenants and friends Saturday evening. Entertainment was presented and a buffet luncheon served on the patio grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schaehno' have returned to Miami after a month spent in the North, where they visited Washington, New York, Lakewood. N. J.. in addition to spending some time in the mountains in New York State. Their niece. Judy Saffra. accompanied .them to Miami and will spend several months as their guest. Dr. and Mis. Jacob H. Kaplan are spending several weeks in Savannah, and then will leave for Brunswick, where Dr. Kaplan will conduct Holy Day Services. He will occupy the same pulpit from which I he preached 4S years ago. As a' student he then conducted services for the first time. Mrs. Joseph N. Kaplan and son. Michael, of 1656 Calais Drive, Normandy Isle, left recently for a visit to upper New York state. They will return here in midSeptember. Louis Fleschman, director of the Miami Beach Clinical Laboratories, 311 Lincoln Road, has returned from a business trip in New York. Mrs, Louis Fleischman and her son. Peter, of 428 43rd St., left recently to visit friends in Rhode Island. After remaining there three weeks, they will journey to New York to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. Fleischman's husband will join her there. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 4 Lt. coi. M^hdTwrrr^ former mayor of Miami L^ spent several days hi Bea *. week. He has ]Ub t J, We £ the States afu,^U^dt, years overseas" duty. u Jerome Goodman has retimed from a two-week vacsi" 1 Lookout Mountain, XV wife and children, Glnrt ,, Martin remained there 11* return here u.^ZnT S Goodmans live ut 1M| J| Mr. and Mrs. Sol H hit*. Jack T. Marash, executive ft rector of the Miami Beach T left for the north this week where he will join his famfe They will spend several wwk. at Kaaterskill, Jewett, NY^ will return the middle of Sentember. Marash will S Deod some time in New York City visiting the offices of the Nj' tional Jewish Welfare Board Max Greenberg was tendered a birthday reception followinji meeting of the directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged at the Strand restaurant last TIBday evening. Mrs. Rose Weiss returned U her home. 639 West Avenue. Miami Beach, after a t\vo-momhf trip in the north. Accompanying -her was her nephew, Corf. Wilbur Glass, who joined hi mother, Mrs. Samuel Glass aid sister Lois, to spend a thirtyday furlough hi it. Mrs. Milton A. Friedman left Thursday for the Carolinas to be present at the wedding of her sister which will take plate Sunday. Mrs. Hannah Rossin of 1311 N. W. 5th St., is vacationingat the Blackstone Hotel with her children, Charon, Charlene and Jay. Her brother, Robert A. Shapiro, recently arrived from Dayton with his wife to join the Rossins at the Blackstone. Mrs. Samuel Dickson has returned from Boston. Mass., where she flew to attend the funeral of' her father. Mrs. Murray Kellman. formerly I of Miami, and now residing m Alexandria. Va., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Diekson. Mrs. Kellman is being entertained! by many of her t'rk nds and ex' pects to remain in Miami until next week when she will join her husband, just discharged from the army, and her son. Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. I. Simkowitz, 3176 Royal Palm Ave and their chil! dren. Elizabeth and Michael, left] last week for a northern vacation at the estate Of Mr. Simkowitz's parents in Westchester county, N. ^. They will return Sept. 1st. Harvey Fleischman, associj ated with the Wometco Theatre | chain, left for a month's stay in | New York. While there he will [ visit with his parents. J The Family of the Late ANNA ROSE PEPPER Extend their deepest appreciation to their many friends and the ladies of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood fur the many kindnesses extended during their recent bereavement. MORRIS PEPPER, her husband: daughter. FRANYA. and son. MANFRED. MIAMI DAILY NEWS. Friday, August 17. 1945 Hextda UoftfteA IN HOLLYWOOD John Garfield lists the seven ways to success in Hollywood. "First." says Johnny, "get yourself an agent. Two, get a contract; three, your first part in a picture. Four, buy a bigger and better car. Five, rent a bigger and better house. Six buy your first annuity. 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IIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945 vJewisti fhridiar PAGE THREE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Post-War "Activities" Now that the war is over and ilization of the armed : i S in process, various fchoney, crackpot and anti-Semitic organizations are resorting to Ki-inv devices to exercise influence on veteran groups, spnng£a up all over the country. lAnti-J w s h Propaganda and If,, %  r of unemployment are Kmong the baits used by the proBwists for returning soldiers. I The Ku Klux Klan is conKa'ctini; ,.\-servicemen. The Protestan ( War Veterans, a creation ,,i anti-Semitic Edward Ijanics Smythe, is being revived. The American Order of PaItriots with its slogan "Gentiles lOnlv" is becoming active. 3th', ianti-Semitic groups which were dormant during the war %  because of their pro-Fascist reclords. are also beginning to come linto the open. The "Gentile Rews" is reprinting the notorilou.s "Protocols of the Elders of IZion" %  The same publication Bauds the efforts of "over 300 %  nationalist groups". One of %  the tricks now used by antiSemites is the dissemination of la letter allegedly sent out by Ithe Synagogue Council of America ask::.^ Jews to sign a pledge Itliat thej "will be honest in all %  business and private transacItkiiis. The letter pretends %  to be written in the interest of %  Jewish welfare, but at the same %  time n promotes the ideal that %  all Jewshould leave the United Istaus and go to Palestine withlin three years. ... It slyly sug|i that Jews themselves adlinit thai their co-religionists are %  crooked and intolerant of their Inon-Jev, :.->li fellow citizens. Seedless to say, the Synogogue %  Council of America, whose corIrcct address is given in the letIter, has nothing to do with it. I. And—believe it or not— Ithere are anti-Semites in the United States who are now spreading the theory that Hitler was nothing but a secret Jewish agent. One of them is Carl Mote who makes this assertion in a booklet just published, which also asserts that Roosevelt was part Jewish and that Churchill is Dart Jewish. Zionist Trends When the American delegation to the World Zionist Conference returns to the United States, there will be important changes in the Zionist political activities in Washington. The U. S. Department of Commerce believes that "the stage is set for continued economic progress in Palestine." The Department is also of the opinion that there exist possibilities which "may make Palestine a modern community with a diversified agricultural, industrial and commercial life." British propagandists in the United States are disseminating information stating tha t Moscow is now displaying "a persistent tendency" to show sympathy towards the Arabs. And a British "memorandum of information" which was cabled from London this week for private circulation says that the "flirtation between the Soviets and some prominent Zionists" turned out to be "not a very successful experiment." The American Scene The decline of age-old Jewish traditions among Jews in the United States is graphically brought out in a study conducted of assimilation in America. The findings are now published by the Yale University Press in a 300-page volume "The Social Systems of American Ethnic Groups." Working with a comparatively large research staff, W. Lloyd Warner and Leo Srole, the authors of the volume, took a small industrial community in New EngFor a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher n & 3 Restaurant 1S8 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach Serving From 5 to 8 P. M. — Open All Summer For Reservations Phone 5-9462 High Holy Day Services Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Will Conduct Services In Both Buildings MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE Murray Gr.auer. Guest Rabbi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will chant SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET Simon April, Rabbi, Will Preach and Conduct Services Worshipers are asked to make immediate reservations for both buildings on week-day evenings or contact Lewis Green, executive secretary. PHONE 3-6086 land—naming it Yankee City— as basis for their study This Yankee city, the authors claim, is representative of any average American town with a mixed population of Irish, Jews, Poles. Russians, Greeks, Italian, and other ethnic groups. Studying each of these groups, the authors contend that Jews in America have risen to the upper-middle class, and that very ii w of them can be found in "upper-upper class" or even in the "lower-upper class" HADASSAH TO MEET MONDAY. AUG. 27 A meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah. will be held on Monday, August 27, 8.15 P. M., at the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. A., 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) BON VOYAGE PARTY GIVEN FOR MRS. LAND A bon voyage party was given by the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami and its Ladies' Auxiliary on Sunday evening, August 19th at the Home, in honor of Mrs. Fanny Land, a member of the board of directors of the institution, who is to leave shortly for an extended visit to poins t of interest in the Jewish homeland. The Home was decorated for the occasion and music and refreshments were on the program. The party, largely attended by board members and friends, witnessed the presentation to the guest of honor of a handbag and a corsage by Mrs. Isidor Cohen, honorary president. Mrs. A. Chaves gave a recitation and Mrs. H. Kosnof rendered vocal and piano selections. Daniel Broad served as toastmaster for the evening, with Cantor Emanuel Barkan and Reverend S. J. Friedman singing. Brief addresses were made by Mrs. Rose Zalis. auxiliary president; Mrs. J. Mason and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Max Grcenbcrg and Joe Zalis. The guest of honor. Mrs. Land, responded. SPECIAL SERVICES AT KEY WEST FRIDAY EVE Reverend L. Lehrer. spiritual leader of the Congregation B'nai Zion, of Key West, officiated at special services Friday evening, the occasion marking the cessation of hostilities with Japan. Leon Schulman, Regional USON.J.W.B. director, was the principal speaker. On Sunday Rev. Lehrer officiated at the bris of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elias, 235 Duval Street. BEACH ZIONISTS HEAR CARL PRESS The Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club heard Carl Press address the gathering of Zionists last Wednesday at the Strand restaurant. The group meets weekly on Wednesdays. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. Ittl Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. 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It is related in the Talmud that up to the death of Rabbi Gamliel of Yavneh studying and learning was done in a standing position (see Tractate Megillah) and that after that time some of the students started to be seated during study. The reason for the original custom of standing up is quite a simple one. Yet i t depicts the far-reaching significance of the Jewish conception of education. It is to be recalled that learning, no matter what the subject was, was considered a religious process since a man was really studying that ways of God, i.e., the nature of the universe. This is why the Talmudists incorporated within their studies and their books all sorts of sciences and literatures. Standing up was a symbol of reverence and respect to be portrayed while studying the ways and nature of God. We have already related that from the time of Rabbi Gamliel's death some began to sit down probably because of the weakening health of the successive generations. From then on the custom of sitting became prevalent; however, the younger students still were required to stand as a sign of respect for the older and more advanced students who had the privilege of sitting. From this analysis it follows that in an institution exclusively devoted to higher learning almost everyone would be seated. Hence, the word "Yeshivoh" which means "sitting" was coined to be the name of the Jewish institution of higher learning which in Talmudic times was differentiated from smaller institutions by virtue of Uu tact that its scholars were allowed to sit. These institutions are sometimes called "Mesivta." This word is the Aramic word for sitting and so the identical meaning is conveyed in Aramaic. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard, 2884 S. W. 27th Ave.. announce the birth of a son, Michael David, born Aug. 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Sokoloff announce the birth of a son on Monday, Aug. 20th. Mr. and Mrs. Sokoloff, formerly of Miami, are now in New York where Mr. Sokoloff is associated with International Telephone. Mrs. Sokoloff is the former Helen Simon. 1st Lt. and Mrs. Myron Cowen announce the birth of their son, Gary John, at the Miami Naval Hospital, on July 13th. The father, who has not as yet seen his child, is with the armed forces in Okinawa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dokson, 645 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter. Vanne Iris, at the St Francis Hospital on August 23. Mrs. George Chertkof and son are visiting in Hendersonville. RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 IN WAR OR PEACE When Buying a Home T. When Selling Your Home You can always be confident of receiving reliable, ethical and specialized service. FOR SOUTHWEST REAL ESTATE SEE I. S. SHAPOFF 2755 SOUTH WEST 27th AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 inMSlQS I l-A-'?&ft;S* ; I ^H



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PAGE FOUR vJewisti fh>r/dHan FRID A Y.AUGUST' I %  The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHKT, Managing Editor 1 Year, $3.00 Six Months, $2.00 2 Years, $5.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1945 ELLUL 15, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 34 A REPORT TO THE PEOPLE Almost a year has passed since our first organized and thorough population survey was made. Great pains were taken to insure fairly accurate results. Much effort was put forth to do the job. The information gleaned from the survey surprised some of those close enough to the scene of activity to get the information. It proved the beliefs and contentions of others. Day in and day out our office receives calls and inquiries as to how many Jewish people are permanent residents in this area. What percentage live on the Beachhow many in Miami? How many Jewish families? Do you know how many people comprise the average family down here-is it the same as up north? Is it true that the great percentage of our people that reside here year round are old people above 50 who have come here for their health or to spend the remainder of their lives? What section is dominated by the Jews in the city? Don't you have a Jewish section like other communities? How many Jewish children are there? Do they attend religious schools are their parents affiliated? Yes, these and endless others fall our way during the course of the day. A report of the Jewish population survey when made available lo the public will answer these questions and many more. Gathered under the auspices and sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the information assisted in having hundreds of additional families added io the roster of contributors of the successful welfare fund campaign. Many of our readers will be surprised to learn that as of last year -an obtiormal war period -almost ten thousand Jewish families were counted. We are proud of the growth which has made our community lank among the top twenty Federations in the country. Let's give all Miami a breakdown of the population survey before the data becomes obsolete. Let everyone know that we are cue of the fastest growing communities. How about it. Federation? My^^^^^^ BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 (litest "f the "'.'il received at Jewlrtl Floridian pout i>ffu-e box. HERE IS A CHANCE The mail box brought forth a letter this week written by two twenty-three-year-old qirls, iesidents of Miami Beach. Their lale of woe did not present a new problem but an age old one. How to meet young men of their own group was their plea. Would an advertisement in the Jewish Floridian do them any good? Departing from the usual timid approach, the girls were frank enough to state their object as matrimony. Possibly their anxiousness has proved a hindrance in their quest for companionship and ultimate goal. Too direct an approach has scared many a fellow from the threshhold of matrimony. The responsibility of a community is not that of providing a marriage bureau or "shadchen" campaign. What the correspondence does reveal is the problem of providing sufficient meeting ground where youth and even adult may meet. That is a community responsibility—a community obligation. Concurring were the directors of our "Y's" and a number of folks with whom we discussed the matter. Various attitudes were expressed as to what organizations the prime responsibility belonged. Some believed all groups should strive to establish, through their programs, the common meeting place. Others felt that the "Y's" were the ideal place for all shades of opinion and attitudes to meet without fear of embarrassment. Paramount through the conversation was the admission of the woeful lack of physical structures to give to Jewish youth the adequate surroundinqs that would attract boys and girls within a healthy environment. The United Jewish Building Fund Campaign is preparing for a city-wide drive to raise funds for capital building purposes. The drive will start October 3 and will need the support of everyone. The opportunity presents itself for concrete action, not alone to go far towards solving the girls' problem, but many other community deficiencies. WSSTMALAMUT TO~ DIRECT OPERATION JDC IN BULGARIA SELECTS COL. TADER Milton Wolf, manager of the Versailles hotel, said that the operation of the hotel will now be under the direction of Mrs. Bertha Malamut, widow of William Malamut who died last week m Atlantic City. Malamut was managing director of the hotel since 1942. Wolf said Mrs. Malamut. who is expected here Friday would continue all policies established by her husband. Sofia—Colonel Tadjer. wellknown leader of Bulgarian Jewry, has been selected chairman of a committee recently established by the Joint Distribution Committee in Bulgaria. Col. Tadjer has already acknowledged an initial consignment of 10.000 pairs of shoes from Istanbul. Included in this shipment were textiles and medicines. Cash remittances are being sent to Bulgaria via Switzerland. /yij"Lf*ii"rT"rri'* i m i w — m m ^^^ American Palestine Foundation (Keren Hayesod) sent the first million dollar check of its 25 years' of activity to Palestine this" week Rabbi Janus Q. Holler, National Chairman of U.P.A., declared that the only real solution for survival of the mass of Jews in Europe is through settlement in Palestine. • • Vast tasks in post-wai reconstruction overseas and in Palestine settlement inus, be immediately undertaken by the Jews of the United States through U.J.A.. National chairman declared in victory statement. American ORT Federation shipped more f.ian 200 sewing and knitting machines and several tons of tools to France for distribution among needy artisans. Regular commercial plane service has been resumed between Stockholm and Warsaw. J.D.C. reveals. Florida's Senator Claude Pepper is now overseas to make a personal inspection of conditions Detailed report on the condition of Poland received in Canada reveals that out of the three and one half million Polish Jews living in 1939 no more than 500.000 have survived of whom 200.00 or more are still in Russia. 13.000 in Poland and the rest emigrated to Palestine and America. Latin America's 600.000 Jews resent so-called "pushingaround" by United States coreligionists and anxious to cooperate Ihey seek to arrange a Pan American Conference "N< ither the returned G.I. nor the war-worker out of a job, n< < d worry about finding security in Florida," Edward Ball, a trustee of the Alfred I. DuPont Estate, stated in announcing that: "The state's agricultural and indusrial possibilities, plus her toui is, business, offer potentjal employment tor < very person who wants work." Mrs. T. T. Stevens of the Board of Trustees of the Dade County Safety Council sounded the warning and appealed to tbx community to prepan NOW to combat the inevitable toll of accidents and accidental deaths that we face in the post-war period. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWI IV' f wWM j d Muctfy eonglckniii -By PHINEAS I. BIRONFROM ABROAD The war may be over, but strange scenes may Vet v„. the Jewish quarter of Paris Jewish refugees, former n H^ of France, can be seen picketing their own business estahu ments, sold in their absence to French collaborationisis hi Nazis. Now these new French owners refuse lo vacate INADEQUATE FACILITY HERE FOR INDIGENT Thirty-five civic clubs have signed a resolution deploring inadequate facilities for the maintenance of elderly indigent people" in the local area, Mrs*. Mary M. Baker, president f the Woman's Service clul announced. In proposing that a cottage colony be <. stal lishi d to r< place 32 existing convalescent homes, the resolution states I .-.'. "conditions have now reached .< I>:>,H which is deploral ;•. from the standpoint of health, sanitation ami common decency, and constitute a disgrace to our community." Two hundred copies — Jacob Milch, well-known Jewish writer and former editor of the Jewish literary monthly "Di Zukunft.'' died at his home here after a brief illness. He was 79 years old. Born in Warsaw, he came to the United States 54 years ago and was active in Jewish literary and labor circles for the last half of a century JDC OPENS OFFICES IN AMSTERDAM Amsterdam—The Joint Distribution Committee has now opened an office in Amsterdam. Harry Viteles is in charge of organizing the J.D.C. program in behalf of an estimated 20.000 to 25.000 Jews now in the Netherlands. Mr. Viteles reports that while the Netherlands Government is helping all Dutch nationals without discrimination, many stateless Jews require special consideration. J.D.C. has made a special grant of S80.000 for these stateless refugees and for the establishment of a children s home in Holland. MEMBERSHIP AND SEAT COMMITTEE IN SESSION MONDAY. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 8 TO 10 P. M. SUNDAY 10 A. M. TO 12 NOON 761 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-6819 M wm



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PPJPAY, AUGUST 24, 1945 Jenisti nvridlian PAGE FIVE TALK PALESTINE IT POTSfM MEET (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) m ,,„, with regard to the Pales' issue. The question, too. 'in be raised in the House of J\„. ( |~ in connection with the ratification of the San Francisco Charter of the United Nations. In the first debate on Palestine in the new Commons two Labores split sharpy on the issue. while an Independent demanded die immediate creation of a Jewisli state and a Conservative supported Arab claims, but urged tint the conflicting interests should be reconciled. The debate followed the report on the government's foreign policy by Minister Ernest Bevin in which he did not refer to the Palestine issue Jewish Agency this week Issued a statement emphasizing •hat i. will not be necessary for the United States to send large military forces to maintain order in Palestine. The Jewish Agi'ticv also asked that it be alto participate in all disns and negotiations concerning the future of Palestine. American military forces will i required to keep peace in ine if a Jewish state is eshed, the entire Palestine H, : w press says, lauding PresTruman's statement with .Hi Palestine, but expressment as to why he be,,t i, may be necessary e United States to send a half million soldiers to keep orPalestine. I .-tatement described as a to President Truman s x on the Palestine issue.' 11 Hamdi Pachaji of Iraq declared that "Palestine is an V. country and will remain Aral despite all the efforts of the Zionists. The Palestine question must be settled in the Near Ea and neither the United Stal nor any other country I ie right to intervene in this question," he asserted, adding that the pan-Arab League will meet soon to discuss the Pales'•' problem. In a statement issued shortly his return from LondonDr. Silver .-aid that "we are awaiting qunk action on the part of the new British government" with I to the establishment of a state in Palestine. "The the world," Dr. Silver were delighted to learn OBITUARIES RIFAS Max Rifas, past president of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, passed away Monday after a sudden heart attack at the age of 73. He lived at 1000 S. W. 13th Court. He came here from Chicago 20 years ago where he was vicepresident of one of the largest orthodox synagogues. On his arrival here he founded the Miami Title and Abstract Company which his sons now operate. He served as president of the Miami Mizrachi. life member and director of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, member of B'nai B'rith and the Zionists. Services were held Tuesday from the Gordon Funeral Chapel, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating. Pallbearers were: Max Mintzer, I. Rosengartcn, S. Okonoff, Nat Blum berg, Eugene Weiss and Joe Zalis. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Fannie; four sons, Hyland and David, Miami; Maurice, Chicago, and Arthur D., in the army at Camp Beale, California; and four daughters. Mrs. Sonia Sevin, Beverly Hills, California; Mrs. Minnie Atz, Chicago; Mrs. Evelyn Hyman, El Campo, Tex., and Miss Lillian Rifas, New York. SEROTTA Paul Ch68lei Eterotiii nine-monthold son of Capt. and Mrs. Maurice Berottn. 430 N. E. 29th Street. <1I.M1 In Venice, Pla. Besides his parents, he is survived i>y his grandparents, Mr. mid .Mrs. Isaac Levin, Miami. Private funeral services were conducted Monday at < Ionian Funeral chapel. IN THE MAIL BOX COMMITTEE OPENS SWIMMING CABANA The Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom has completed plans for a Splash Party on Thursday. August 30th, at 8:00 P. M. at the Beach Cabana Club, Collins and 42nd Street. It is to be a genuine Splash Party, inclusive of swimming, dancing and a late supper for the members and friends. Louis Goldman, of 3925 Meridian Avenue, is chairman of the reservation committee. Reservations are to be had a f the office of Temple Beth Sholom. President Truman took up the question of a Jewish state with Prime Minister Attlee and Churchill at Potsdam. Present economic conditions in Palestine are such as assure the rapid absorption by it of at least a million Jews in the early future, Rabbi James Heller, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, declared following his return this week from a visit to Palestine. THINK IN TOTAL TERMS August 21. 1945 Mr. Fred Shochet Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 Miami. Fla. Dear Fred: I should like to add emphasis to Mr. Zukernick's letter relative to the forthcoming drive for the United Jewish Building Campaign. To one who observed our Jewish communiy grow in its earliest stages without benefit of a "Y", the non-cooperative attitude of some of our citizens is not easy to understand. I recall only too vividly the absence of recreational and cultural facilities as well as the lack of suitable meeting places. For example, four years ago as a B'nai B'rith AZA advisor, I had considerable difficulty providing a meeting place for my group. We met in one of the synagogues but found that the atmosphere was not conducive to maximum interest and enthusiasm. The boys who were the offsprings of families of varied Jewish heritage were restrained in their activity. It was a recognition of these factors that originally prompted the founding and development of the "Y" and I was privileged to be one of the organizers. Today our community has a significantly large Jewish population — and our community is still growing. Yet we are faced with the possibility of having no "Y" facilities unless the entire community cooperates wholeheartedly in the United Jewish Building Fund Campaign. We have this opportunity to enrich our growing community with an edifice that will make possible its development along constructive, wholesome and cultural lines. The few dissenters, who unquestionably are motived by sincere reasons, should get together with the leaders of the campaign, with open minds and objective consideration of what is good for the greatest number and iron ou. their differences. We must think in terms of what is good for the total community, and not a segment of it. In this manner, the campaign will be successful and our entire community benefited. Sincerely yours, GEORGE J. BERTMAN The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board has just opened its newly constructed swimming cabana at number one Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, it was announced by Sam Blank, chairman. The cabana provides swimming facilities for 300 male and female personnel. There is also available on loan, fishing and sports equipment. The hours of operation of the cabana are from 10:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. liaily including Saturday and Sunday. Military and naval personnel of all faiths are invited to use the facilities of the swimming cabana. ANOTHER PAPER SALVAGE SUNDAY Salvage headquarters is having another paper drive on Sunday. Persons are urged to give old papers and magazines, tied securely and placed outdoors in plain sight. Persons are asked to place bundles out the night before, but in case any is overlooked a follow-up truck will call Monday. Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! A CHASE FEDE RAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments # No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) # No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans lor periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road •/a Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource* Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan Avenue, arc leaving Friday by plane to spend four weeks at the Governor Clinton Hotel, New York. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. BETH DAVID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congregation" HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue ROSH HASHONA Friday Evening September 7 Saturday. Sept. 8 Sunday, Sept. 9 JUNIOR SERVICES at BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH Members who have reservations are urged to pick up tickets immediately to avoid last minute confusion. PHONE 2-1473 DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure *f Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c (Plus Bertie Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 MEMOBIAI. CHAPEL THOS: M. B0HN& IB. Funeral Director ABE.: EISENBERG '. %  rm MBULANCE SERVICE ingitm hre. $t*t St,. WKI Amu No longer a child — and not yet a woman. She faces the future with courage — alive with the eager, glowing beauty of youth. Tooley-Myron creative photography will capture the sweetness of her vibrant beauty. 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PAGE SIX vJewisti noridian %  SOLICITORS SHOULD CONTACT FEDERATION UNVEILING The Jewish Floridian has, during the past ten days, received by mail from all parts of the country, solicitations for funds from various types of agencies. Hebrew schools, old folks' home, synagogues, Yeshivoth, were among the many who enclosed blotters, calendars, booklets of all types to create the inducement to send funds. We urgently suggest that all of these requests for funds be referred to the local Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at 1002 Congress Building, phone 3-5411, for their attention. The Federation has special funds for all worthwhile institutions and can furnish complete information on all of the other agencies. Investigation reveals that the majority of these institutions spend 60 o to 70% to secure these funds, in addition to paying commercial groups and promoters for their efforts in the organizations' behalf. Call your Federation before responding. The unveiling of a memorial in memory of the late Max Land will take place Sunday afternoon at one o'clock, at Mount Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lchrman will conduct services. The unveiling of a memorial in memory of the late David Bear will take place Sunday. September 2. at Woodlawn Park. PERSONALS Professor Joseph Weil. Dean of the College of Engineering at j Universit y of of Florida, is i spending a few days at the | Breakwater Hotel. Miami Beach. Professor Weil is accompanied by his wife and son. Marvin Lee. who is a senior at John Hopkins Medical School. Mr. and Mrs. David Dainov. Miami Beach, left Wednesday I for New York where they will spend two weeks. They will at! tend unveiling ceremonies of memorials to their parents during their slay. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. day evening at the Versailles Hotel. Miss Sadie Alexander, a sister of Mrs. Frackman, honored the bride and groom elect and their families with a luncheon at the Hotel Versailles Saturday. The couple plan to be married Aug. 29th, the wedding anniverBarv of Mr. and Mrs. Frackman, at the Versailles Hotel. BAR MITZVAH ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN Delicious 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 Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • LOW RATES R % %  .:-• | in on I • EASY PAYMENTS Pftynu nta, ncludlng I •• i • >-. .... :.• ed be DO more than present monthly rental. d .: • %  .. i .% %  arc lasa than present monthly rental. nents oan Include taxes. insurance, etc. • LONG TIME TO PAY Long term monthly payments pay off M •• rel nanctng and Ith• -• %  • PROMPT SERVICE Immed I ti.. n to -' nen i % % %  ing a Miami all pi iblema can i Ived here by 1'ade Fedt:..l Loan Committee. • A HOME INSTITUTION Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 DADE FEDERAL OF MIAMI tS NORTH EAST FIRST AVS. JOSEPH M. LIPTON ... PRESIDENT In the presence of relatives and close friends, Miss Dorothy Feiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feiner, of lor>6 Euclid Ave., will become the bride of Lt. Henry Waitzkin, USAAF. in a ceremony to be performed at 6 p. m. Sunday. Aug. 26th. at the Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston. Mass. Miss Feiner was graduated from schools in Springfield, Mass. Lt. Waitzkin was a practicing attorney m Scranton, Pa., before his entry into the armed services. Following release from service the couple will make their home in Boston where Waitzkin will practice law. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskanazi call attention to their many friends of an error appearing in last week's publication, concern* ing the bar nntzva of their son Jack. Services will take place Saturday morning, not as reported but at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Center, with Rabbi Simon Auril in charge. A reception will follow the services. BRISM Brism taking place this week included the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fledell: Mr. and Mrs. Neiman Perrin. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. .*.< &&


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PHDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945 *Jenisti Fhridlain PAGE SEVEN OUR SERVICE MEN Knsien William II. Koblenz is m .inline a 25 day leave with his 5?e the former Gloria Kirstein, rTMlaml Beach. He has just com„teted eight months' tour of sea' ; „„i was a member of the nag Pittsburgh which recently mauV the front page when it was Smounced that 104 feet of the bow was destroyed by enemy action Ensign Koblenz travelled in the South Pacific with Admiral Halsey'a flwt Sheldon Blank, 4307 Alton Road, baa received a medical discharge from the Army, it was learned recently bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs." Dave Blank. Sheldon had been stationed at Camp Rucker, Ala He is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. While there, be was chosen a member of the all-state football squad. Kns. Bernard W. Firestone, ISN'TMiami Beach, is serving in Honolulu in the intelligence department. His wife, Mrs. Regina Firestone, lives at 1670 Meridian A\e Miami Beach, and his mother in New York City. sgl. Genoa Blatt, son of Mr. and MrMorris Blatt, 3425 Frow Ave., has received the Bronze Star medal for meritorious service overseas. He also holds a Presidential Unit citation. Graduate of the University of Florida law school, the former Miami attorney entered service in August, 1942, and went overseas in April, 1943. He was In England, France, Luxembourg. Holland, Belgium and Germany. PRAYER OBSERVED AT M. BEACH CENTER Rabbi Irving Lehrman led a gathering of 800 in prayer at special victory services last Sunday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Cantor Emanual Barkan chanted and the congregation participated with responsive reading. President Truman declared last Sunday as a national day of prayer. Captain Colman A. Zwitman Chaplain in the United States Army, is now at Camp Beale, California, awaiting Pacific assignment. He served more than two years as Chaplain at camps in New Jersey. He was tendered a farewell reception prior to his leaving. He was presented with an embossed plaque and a commendation by the post commander, which read in part: "It has been my keen pleasure to be associated with you and to observe the results of your work. You have demonstrated to an outstanding degree those qualities of devotion to duty, tolerance, scholarship, sincerity of purpose and understanding, which are desirable in an officer and especially a chaplain." IWV TO HOLD REGULAR MEETING O^ MONDAY Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 Jewish War Veterans will hold its regular meeting Monday, 8:15 P. M. at Beth Jacob, Third. Street and Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. KLEIN'S ELECTRIC WORKS New Electric Broilers RADIOS — Repaired and Sales Electrical Appliances Expertly Repaired 218 W. Flaoler — Phone 2-2305 LEGAL NOTICES Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 S/2c Joseph Rosenheim, a former Beach Senior High School student, is now attending yeoman's school in San Diego, Cal. Rosenheim entered the service in May, 1944. Among soldiers scheduled to arrive in New York on the S.S. Queen Mary last Wednesday IT,. Harry GeduWig, son of Mrs. from the Miami area were Corp Rose U.-duldig, 642 Michigan Ave., Jf. Rolniek and 8* Ralph Mia:: Heach, the Good Conduct Grossman, both of Miami Beach. Medal in Italy. Overseas 15 months, he is on duty with a chemical company of the Air Service Command in Italy. His wife is Mrs. Gertrude Geduldig. 11 %  P i t a I Apprentice 2/c Al Have, of 619 Meridian Ave., is stationed at Farragut, Idaho, where he is learning pharmacy, materia medicine and first aid. Kaye recently was here on a short leave. A 1945 graduate of Beach Senior High School, he is the sone of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Kaye. Fireman 1/c Jerry Laager, of 811 West Ave., has been serving in the Philippine area aboard an LST for the past six months. Jerry baa been in the service for two years, having graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School in 1942 II, is the son of Mrs. Henrietta Langer. Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans, in conjunction with the Miami Service League, is sponsoring weekly cavalcades for hospitalized veterans. Volunteer workers of the organizations pick up the men, bring them to the Miami "Y" where they register and leave their parents' name and address. The organizations write to the boys' homes, letting their relatives know that their sons are well and active. Letters of thanks have been received from every state in the Union. The Cavalcade is a project sponsored by the Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee. s 8ft Hank Freeman arrived to spend a 30 day furlough with ins wife, Shirley, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin, l-'ivx-i Ave.. Miami Beach. He arrived In this country after touring eas for 15 months with the Miller Air Forces Band, playing the lead-sax. The band made appearances in London, Par's and Berlin, in addition to many other European stops. While on tour the group appeared at a reception which General Omar BradJg tendered to Russian officials. The couple will spend part of the time on an automotive tour of the state. HA2 e Bernard Dickson spent nis 25 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson. •seaman 2/c/RDM Stan Sacks, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sacks, oo Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, "as now been transferred to MiiiJr %  S indefi nite stay. He en %  = &f ln tne service December of .mi b ca r took training at Norfolk %  M Richmond, Va. He did seaduty Slano* swee P er in the South Dr. Leonard L. WelL former capwm in the 32nd field artillery of „,, s Army, was discharged •• MtaJulLSS WM tran8ferred in the 32nd field artillery of from t'h TT Aj r my was discharged 9 !" H %  %  U S me dical unit Aug. Plaza S restin at "e Barclay Miami d o Ctor fo !" erly owned the and Bo f ch nos P ital and clinic Naples n.! 88 Chief of sur er y m during. K l y saw actlve service Sicily A campaigns in Salerno, out AA ; Caaslno and throughyears nca for three and a half hi n e S ; pt a 6 r 1944 ; he was ent and then „ r CMUa "y for a rest mgton r MSI ? n to the Northtinal nlact eral Ho PtaI. the na^UIIUUIUV — ''"scaloosaAl SUrgery ce nter, in* lished on or about September 1, HOLY DAY SERVICES AT BETH SHOLOM The religious services for the High Holy Days at Temple Beth Sholom have been completed under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Leon Kronish and assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. The High Holy Day services will commence on the evening of September 7 and will mark the innovation of the use of the organ, a mixed 1 choir and the Union prayer books. Renovations of the new home at 4144 Chase Avenue are being rushed to completion for use on the High Holy Days under the supervision of Mr. Albert Anis, architect and the Arkin-Prufert Construction Co. The building committee is headed by VicePresident Harry A. Cornblum, acting chairman. The chapel will seat approximately 500 worshipers, and everything is being done by the building committee to make the Holy Day services comfortable and inspiring. Chairman Emanuel Goldstnch of the membership committee has announced that the Beth Sholom committee will be in session evenings from 8:00 to 10:00 P. M. and on Sunday from 10:00 A. M. to 12:00 P. M. at 761 41st Street, Miami Peach, until and including September 7 for those who may be interested in becoming affiliated with Temple Beth Sholom. Mr. Emanuel Goldstnch, chairman of the Men's Club Committee has announced that the organizational meeting of the Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club will take place during the month of September. Mr. Louis Goldman, chairman of the religious committee has announced that registration is now open to the religious school and has requested that parents register their children as soon as possible. The interior and exterior sketches of the new Temple and Community House will be pubVICTOR ELATED AT DRUM PATRONAGE "A response far greater than I anticipated was given my new restaurant," said Victor Muzi, operator of Victor's Drum. "Since my opening several weeks ago we have been favored by a truly flattering patronage." Victor is well known to Miami's dining public, having operated establishments in this area for a number of years. He has a reputation for excellent food as attested to by all of those who have been his guests. Victor's Drum is located at Coral Way and 36th Avenue. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices aHaL.irge Beautiful Groundsss Notice Is hereby Riven that the undersigned have been engaged In the operation of a business under the fictitious name of "PRINTING ARTS," loeated at 320 West Flagler Street, Miami Florida, and now intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of fade County. Florida. .JACK TEITLER IIAHUAKA TEITLER MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants. 7/27 s/:i-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at 2012 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Cables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 2, INC., a Florida corporation, I ly: .MAX STEVENS, President Attest : IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary MTERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant v j|-:!l 0/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ln business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at 22iU N. W. 82nd Street, Miami Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 1. INC., a Florida corporation. By: MAX STEVENS, President Attest: IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 8/24-31 9/7-14-21 1945. Buy More War Bonds. N, ITICE IS HEttEBY lilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at lOGO S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 3. INC., a Florida corporation. By: MAX STEVEXS, l'resident IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary MYERS 6 HEIMAN Attorney, for Applicant^ >/? ^ HEADACHE IS SUCH A LITTLE THING Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 A LL SET for a good full day's work when a nagging headache sneaks up on you. You suffer and so does your work. ,. •Ready for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment — a pesky headache interferes with your fun, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve not only Headache, but Simple Neuralgia, Muscular Pains and Functional Monthly Pains. Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? If not why not? You can get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store in the regular package for only a penny apiece and in the economy package even cheaper. Why not get a package today? Your druggist has them. Read directions and use only as directed. Your money back if you are not satisfied. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 BUDDED ESROG TREES Fast growing and soon coming to fruiting. Very ornamental. Raise Your Own Esrog Exclusively at CALMAY NURSERY 3401 N. W. 46th Street Miami, Florida Phone 8-2581 TLioiTU. for REST I CONVALESCENC* ~(CHRONICCASQ JSun-RayPark Health Resort .MHO roa IOOKITT ( MIAMI • w.riAGieR ctio-cousT-noniDA TOP SOIL 3-0561 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed. Alper lBsBBiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiim:i:iii.iNii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiaiiiiuiliiraiii:iiiiuiiii r NOW OPEN FOR DINNER Music by Cy Washburn Bar and Cocktail Lounge Victor's DRUM Cored Way at 36th Aye. Reservations 48-4224 or 4-9524 Notice is hereby liven that the undersigned have been engaged In the operation of ;i business under the fictitious mime of "COASTAL WIPING RAGS," located at 1098 N. W. List 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 siiAl'llto MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants. 7 21 • 8-10-17-84 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI PLASTIC PRODUCTS CO. at 602 Langford Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAN ENGELBERG SIDNEY 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 of LEES PHARMACY intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH .1. WASSERMAN WALTER ffAXJIA.N 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. MANUEL LETOWSKY JULIUS Bl'RGER DIANA <''" iPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 7/27 8/3-10-17-24 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 'ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSE ZEV S1NGERMAX MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 8/3-10-17-24-81. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERBERT'S RESTAURANT, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID SCHILLER IGNATZ LEB .MEYERS A WE1TZMAN Attorneys for Applicants 7/10-17-21-31 9/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A & B GARMENT COMPANY, not Inc., Intends to register said name with the rierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AARON BERKOWITZ PAUL WEITZMAN Attorney for Applicant 7/10-17-24-31 9/7 Not]C9 is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 750 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach, intend tu register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. ABRAM WASSERMAN MOLLIE W. MARCUS JULIUS WASSERMAN MARY WASSERMAN DIANA COOPERSMITH 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 ROBERTS at 50 N. W. 1st St.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. REUBEN GREENBERO MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant S/10-17-24-30 9/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE & REPAIR SHOP at 27B7 S. W. 27th Ave.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE ROSENE MARX FEINBERG Attorney for Applicant 8/10-17-24-30 9/7 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 39868 Notice Is hereby given that Vivian Randolph, holder as assignee of City of Miami, Tax Certificate num hered 4694, dated the 7th day of June, A. D. 1943. has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Tt 445, Aubumdale TamlamI Trail Addition, Plat Book 15, Page 36. ln the City of Miami. County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate .issued was In the name of Unknown unless said Certificate shall bo redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 12th day of September. A.D. 1945. Dated this 8th day of August, A.D. 1945. (Circuit Court Sean E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. STERRETT. D. C. 8/10-17-24-81 9/7



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' IPAGE EIGHT fjewist) noridllan FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: 1945 ROSH HASHONAH Saturday. Sept. 8 Sunday. Sept. 9 YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 SUCCOTH Saturday. Sept. 22 to Sunday. Sept. 30 CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday, Nov. 30 YIZKOR cr Memorial Services for the d parted are conducted on the fo lowing Holidays: YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 ff \ CONGRESS POLICY E rente' r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i L/H. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES tnjomation O'.zdl, FmiM on Rn-f>l SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish vf .24 HOUR v AMBtltM*CtseK/ce (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) war. The White Paper, the manifesto staled, was a repudiation of the international pledge to the Jewish people and a violation of the '•natural and historic right of the Jews.'' Following the defeat of a Mizrachi-sponsored proposal to elect a new executive of the World Zionist Organization, the Mizrachi leaders declared that they would remain in the executive. This allayed fears that the M12rachi might bolt. The Zionist Actions Committee concluded its sessions by electing Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Stephen S. Wise BS members of the World Zionist Executive. The political activities of the Jewish Agency in the United Slates will henceforth be changed to a board of eight composed of Dr. Silver. Dr. Wise. Louis Lipsky, and Nahum Goldmann, the lour members of the executive, and lour representatives of the various Zionist groups in America with Hayim Greenberg designated as representative oi the Zionist laborites, Dr. Israel Goldstein representing the Zionist Organization of America, Li >n Gellman rep: .. the American Mizrachi on tii n, and Rose Halpern i Ha lassah repreSentath I In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship M JOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 5-2026 DIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with SEIBERLING materials. [tampt service. ae&* PHONE 2-6133 Dixrc TIRE c? •^ SEIBERLING TIRES f MIAMI L 101 S. W First St 5317 N. Miami Ave 3539 N. W. \7\h Ave MIAMI BEACH 1840 Alton Rood'945 Flfth'Si Convenient terms can be arranged MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM.UNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Avenue, Mi.imi Bencn ns Shnbbaa at 18 >• '" Sntunl.iy morning Rabbi Irving Lehrm.in win in noh on the w eekly 1 o ,', l: ; |.., .,„•! Cantor Emanual Barkan :ll chant. Minolta service* MI ; 11 inMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave. %  Saturday morning i ombittj d gervlci al 9 a. m. Jack, son pi Mr. %  •""! M v: A %££?"IM become bai n > i. R-">bi Simon April will ivid Mr. and Mr*. Kskenail will be host* In honor of their son." bai mltiva. Friends are Invited. Shatoa > i U> Pm ;. 8 I Shaarei Zedek Talmud rorah, 154a s w, 3rd Street, Friday evening -. : \ eg at 7:30. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N E. 19th St.—Regular Mi-vlcea Ki-uiuj evening at 8:18 p. m. Rabbi Saul Appiebaum ui conduct service*. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave — Services will !>•• held Prldaj evening ; i l IUI lug the ser\ Ices Saturday morning at 9 ; o'< %  %  • Allan, I hi n ol Mr nnd Mrs. Ernest Rosi-oe will l %  • %  bar mltivah Rabbi Max Shapiro will respnnd The Synagogue will be "i"" Sui daj n i un in: 'clock. Members an iiucsted i" call for their ii> ki I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Liberal. 761 41st Street. Miami Beach.Friday evening service! at 5:45. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi. Orthodox Friday evening services at 7 : n p, m. Saturday morntng services Rabbi Mescheloff will .HI tli.portion of lh< week Shalos 8 .it 7."" p. m. Evening v : Mlshna Is I dalh from 7 30 t" 8 l> in by Rabbi Mescheloff. GANNES TO ATTEND EXECUTIVE MEETING Abraham P. Ganncs, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, leaves this week-end to participate in the summer institute of the Jewish Education Executive. Gannes will lead one of the sessions. The American Association for Jewish Education, Dropsie College and the National Council for Jewish Education will jointly sponsor the summer institute in Jewish education beginning August 27. The seminar sessions of the institute will be held at Dropsie College in Philadelphia from August 27 through August 30. The workshop sessions will take place at Cejwin Camps. Port Jervis, N. J. from August 31 to September 4. The institute will offer an I orientation course for graduate' students who have shown special educational aptitude as teachers actively engaged in Jewish education. The seminar sessions will include discussions of the place of Jewish education in the total education of the American Jewish child; community programing in Jewish education; the functions of a central community bureau; and recent experimentation in Jewish education. The workshops will stress the practical problems facing the school man and teacher in the development of schools, teaching methods and community organization. PAINTING GLASS INSTALLED V. K. TATUM Glass and Paint Shop 7-2947-7810 N. W. 7th A*. HAIR REMOVED Permanently tjff* Scientifically BY ELECTROLYSIS 1456 Washington Ave Miami Beach Phone 58-1263 between 7 4 j p„ GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now im. will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Keep on Buving War Bonds RADIO SER 'wEKSEsazjaaai D0WNT0WM MIAMI -MIAMI-BEACH Ph. 3-361.9 • '•Ph. 5-71.73 Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS AtottU 0}totlt** 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 REAL ESTATE— MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs, M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg -Ph. 25151 CNElAlDAY VITAMIN JSSL TABLETS rpHlNK of it! Your min•* imum daily roquirtrr.tnia of A and D Vitamina or of II Compkx Vitamins, in one pleasant tablet. lU-membor the name ONE-A-DAY 1 brand I Vitamin TablvU. on. Ml 5. NERVINE n O TENSE norvM make you Wakeful, Crank?, Rwtlea? Dr. Miles Nervine heirs to lessen Nervous Tension, GVt it at your dru*f %  tore. Read directions and use only as directed. I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sura It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dacio Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vi.it Our Farm t 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Servict 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-! NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 nEui Biscnvncmill S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING MONDAY NITE WRESTLING FRIDAY NITE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washir.'jton Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beech OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED II,„ln In 1| 111.111WK 11C lli< Ori-.iii.il Utro 1,1 Hullm 1 "' Telephone 58-2979 IIIIIBIIIMIIIIHIIII iiiiLaiiiieHiiu TOUBY PAINTING CO. 3 -5OC0 f LidMSEo AHolnmoConTRKmi j 669 N.W.d^ SttecL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIUBItUBIIIIHIIIIWmWIIII


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ihdteM^lhJEIIiDipidPiaun
THE J E W I S H WEEKLY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 34
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945
Palestine Question Discussed at
Potsdam, President Discloses

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P
MEET
A special meeting of the di-
ce mr.- oi the Jewish Home for
the Age I ol Greater Miami hold
Ihcic Tuesday evening, turned
own affiliation with the United
Building Fund Cam-
aign. Tins followed a report
by ;t special committee appoint-
i organization to nego-
tiate with the officers of tne
Fund Campaign in view to
one of the agencies
[tha, will conduct a community-
vide drive for capital fund pur-
eginning October 3rd.
The report of the committee,
[consisting of Max Greenberg,
Werns_ E. __Rubin, Sydney L.
WeiriTrluD aria Daniel M. Broad,
tevealed that discussions were
field with the campaign commit-
tee, and after several meetings
pf their own group felt that it
rould be unwise to recommend
hat the Home participate.
Four agencies at present con-
tinue the Jewish Building Fund
Campaign .the Miami and Miami
Beach "Y's", the Buieau of Jew-
Eiiuiation and the Univer-
Miami Hillel Foundation,
resent plans call for the group
fo make a two-month effort to
Secure funds that are estimated
Ho reach a need of S900.000. to
ect adequate facilities to house
* L resPective organizations.
Tiie Jewish Home for the
\ged also making plans for the
ition of larger quarters,
led affiliation as one of
! :ies in order to have
lone united drive for all the
groups instead of separate cam-
IPaiuns. Tne committee reported
itnat they felt the organization
icou.d better itself by a separate
Pwe. and that the allocation
|5fi-up as presently outlined was
Ijoo indefinite for them to ap-
e as binding on the home.
ISCAFFOLDS ERECTED
F0R HANGING NAZIS
iJTA) Scaffolds have
,. ted in the court yard
EnsJ1 e.Knese jl,il for th0 han-
Icnnvf, ",''' o1 ,nt' fo"r Nazis
gnvwted by the Peoples' Court.
Ia.k,-' '"'' war criminal trial in
IS with murdering 102
line ,Rh '"'" Jews whilt' transfer-
Eamn llom one concentration
Itho ?nther near Vienna.
leiRh ''l""1 was sentenced to
Washington (WNS)President Truman revealed here at his
press conference last Thursday that he advocated, at the Pots-
dam conference, the establishment of a Jewish national state in
Palestine. The President's disclosure came in reply to a ques-
tion regarding our Government's position on the subject of a
Jewish national state. Mr. Truman told the reporters that the
subject had been discussed both with Prime Minister Churchill
and Prime Minister Atlec, but
not with Premier Stalin, since the
Soviet generalissimo was not di-
rectly concerned with the prob-
em.
The President disclosed that
the American view on Palestine
is to let as many Jews into the
country as is consistent with the
maintenance of civil peace. The
matter of a Jewish state, he said,
will have to be worked out with
the British and Arabs. He not-
ed, however, that this country is
averse to sending soldiers over-
seas to keep the peace in Pals-
tme.
While Mr. Truman made no
specific reference to the White
Paper, his statement on the ad-
mission of Jews to Palestine is
regarded in many circles in
Washington as in effect placing
the government of the United
States against the British White
Paper policy. Some informed
diplomats here believe that the
President's statement presaged
abandonment of the State De-
partment's past policy of ap-
peasement, under which it had
circumvented the question
throughout the war under the
pretext of "military expedien-
cy." What this Government was
prepared to do to implement its
position on the question was not
made clear by Mr. Truman.
President Truman's statement
has evoked a great deal of in-
terest both in general British
and Jewish circles. It was
learned that Prime Minister At-
lec will' be asked in the House
of Commons for a clear state-
PRICE TEN CENTS
HOME HOSPITALITY
NEEDS STILL GREAT
"Response for home hospi-
tality for service men for the
High Holy Days has not met
with sufficient response," Le-
on Schulman, U.S.O-N.J.W.B.
director stated. "In order to
insure sufficient homes to take
care of the men that will be in
this area for the holidays, we
must call upon residents of this
community for assistance.
"Present indications show that
there will be more men in this
area than at any time previ-
ously, with information re-
vealing that all Jewish men in
Boca Raton will be given spe-
cial three-day passes. All of
them have expressed their in-
tention of coming to Miami."
A call to the Jewish Welfare
Board office, 9-1323, will reg-
ister your willingness to offer
your homo and hospitality for
the holidays to servicemen.
World Congress Policy Outlined
Dy Dr. Wise at London Session
London (JTA)"The world was shocked to speechlessness
by the obliteration of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nag-
! asaki by atomic bombs, but no such shock was noticed when.
innocent Jewsten-fold the number of the victims in the two
Japanese cities combinedwere exterminated in Europe," Dr.
Stephen S. Wise declared, addressing a session of the Euro-
pean conference of the World Jewish Congress More than 90
delegates representing Jewish o______
communities in 13 countries at-1
SPLACEES WILL
STILL RECEIVE AID
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
NOTED EDUCATOR FOR
A POLITICAL ZIONISM
Im
v '"- at hard labor.
: \ nouncing the death sen-
acienV, i'L &residin*f Judge char-
--< iJS* ndemned men
I'-nti >' :nuN;!'V is the best index to
a/.i character,"
1:
FS52P PEPPER FOR
A JEWISH HOMELAND
Indianapolis (WNS)Dr. Jul-
ian Morgenstern, head of the
Hebrew Union College in Cin-
cinnati, and formerly one of the
leading opponents of political
Zionism, has abandoned his op-
position to Zionism and is now
a non-Zionist with '"a sympa-
thetic understanding and appre-
ciation of Zionism," according to
Gabriel Cohen, editor of the
Jewish Post.
In an interview carried in the
current issue of the Jewish Post.
Dr. Morgenstern is quoted by
Gabriel Cohen as having stated
that he "would not be disturbed,
even a little bit, by a Jewish
Commonwealth."
Mr. Cohen disclosed that Dr.
Morgenstern intends devoting
his annual message next month,
at the opening of the new term
of the Hebrew Union College, to
the subject of Palestine.
Dr. Morgenstern is quoted in
the interview as having said that
he was opposed to Zionist lead-
ership stressing Jewish national-
ism in this country.
London (JTA)Displaced per-
son.-- who do not wish to return to
their native lands will continue
to n ceive relief from UNRRA
"without discrimination as to
race, religion or political be-
liefs." Herbert H. Lehman, di-
rector general of the United Na-
tions Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration, told a session of
the UNRRA Council here.
Mr. Lehman made his state-
ment following the adoption by
a plenary UNRRA session of a
motion overriding the dissent of
Russia, Poland, Yugoslavia and
Czechoslovakia opposing any aid
to war refugees who wish to re-
main stateless rather than to be
repatriated to their native lands.
The motion was adoped by 28
to 4.
The dissenting four countries
declared that they "reserved full
rights," since they consider that
the decision may result in an in-
crease of those who do not wish
to return to their homelands.
The attitude of these four coun-
tries is explained by the fact
that many fascists among the
Poles, Slovaks and Russians pre-
fer to remain stateless rather
than return to their liberated
homes. At the same time there
are also many Jewish war refu-
gees who refuse to be repatriat-
ed to their homes in Poland
w here anti-Semitism is still
acute.
in
tended. Dr. W i s c, presiding,
pointed out that the World Jew-
ish Congress places itself unre-
servedly under the Zionist ban-
ner. At the same time, the Con-
gress will work for the rebuild-
ing of the life and dignity of the
Jews in devastated countries, he
sanl. He paid tribute to the late
President Roosevelt emphasizing
his friendship for the Jews.
The conference concluded af-
ter two weeks of deliberation
with the issuance of an appeal,
addressed to the principal allies
of the British Government and
all the United Nations, demand-
ing the creation of a Jewish
state in Palestine, tha, the Jew-
ish agency be empowered to set-
tle as many Jew* as possible in
Palestine and develop all the
country's resources, that an in-
ARDEITER RIMC TO
HOLD MEETING AT
M. BEACH HOTEL
The twenty-sixth South East-
ern District conference for the
Arbeiter Ring will be held the
week of Labor Day. Sunday.
Monday and Tuesday, the 2nd
3rd and 4th of September. The
Strath Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, will be the
scene of the sessions.
Delegates and guests are ex-
pected from Memphis. Nashville
.and Chattanooga Tennessee;
temational loan be given for, ,"'"""Kham, Alabama; Atlanta,
transferring a million Jews to ,acj'on aH? Savannah. Georgia:
Palestine and for economic de- Jacksonville. Tampa and West
velopment. that Germany pay re-I *, ac, Representatives
parations in kind to Jews for the | J>rom Nv%'. ,Xork lo attend are:
rebuilding of Palestine with a u" Glsk,n- President of the
German property in Palestine to
be used for the resettlement of
the Jews from Europe and that
international facilities be estab-
lished for the exit and transfer
of all Jews who wish to settle-
in Europe.
The closing session also issued
a political manifesto in which 'it
was noted, "with deep regret
and resentment" that the White
Paper limiting Jewish immigra-
tion to Palestine was still in
force even after the end of the
on
^ould
forei* men>ber
Sena?"r rilaiii0ns tommittec.
'or, c>aude Pepper, now
,* ^ur abroad, said he
Arab D u lnto lhe Jewish-
Wem S&,em while in Jeru-
"hether & *< ques.ion as to
"tonal ?a,fav?red a Jewish
all are th .e- he said: "We
end." tmnk'ng toward that
of the senate
NAZIS HAD PLANNED
TO DESTROY ALL JEWS
Munich (JTA) A m e r i c a n
military authorities have dis-
covered in a private home here
many documents belonging to
the Office for Research on Jew-
ish Problems established by the
Nazis under the supervision of
the notorious anti-Semite Alfred
Rosenberg. A valuable collection
of ancient Jewish liturgical
manuscripts was also found.
American authorities also re-
ported that they have discover-
ed files proving that the Nazi
had mapped plans to extermi-
nate all the Jews in Europe.
HARRISON RETURNS
FROM TRIP TO EUROPE
Washington (JTA) Earl G.
Harrison, United States repre-
sentative on the Intergovern-
mental Committee on Refugees,
has returned from a mission to
Europe to investigate the needs
of displaced persons, and will
make a report to President Tru-
man, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency learned.
Government officials who
have seen the report, which
deals with the conditions of
stateless and non-repatriable
refugees in Germany and Aus-
tria, found it of such high in-
terest that they urged Mr. Har-
rison to present it in person to
the President. A summary of
the report which is a partial one,
since several members of the
mission, including Dr. Joseph
Schwartz of the J.D.C.. are con-
tinuing the investigation
Europe, is being prepared
possible release after
rison's conference
President.
Buenos Aires (JTA)A drive
to raise 800,000 pesos to finance
the transfer of Jewish children
to Palestine was launched here
by the Women's International
Zionist Organization.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
IMMIGRATION PURELY
AFFAIR OF ALL JEWRY
Sofia (JTA)The Fatherland
Front, composed of all major
political parties in Bulgaria,
considers the question of Jew-
ish emigration from the coun-
try as a purely Jewish affair.
Zdravki Mitovsky. one of the
principal leaders of the pro-
Government united front organi-
zation told the correspondent of
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Expressing confidence tha, the
Bulgarian government would
not hamper Jewish emigration
from the country to Palestine or
any other land, the Bulgarian
leader said that he believes that
Jews remaining in Bulgaria will
not suffer from any economic-
changes that may take place and
that they will gradually recover
their pre-war business enter-
prises.
A Palestine exhibition will be
opened here, showing Jewish
achievements in Palestine dur-
ing the war period, it was an-
nounced by Sabbatai Eskenesy
Arbeiter Ring; Tabachinsky,
Phil Block, executive director
of the Ort and E. Lazerson,
chairman of the Arbeiter Ring
Teacher's Association.
Lectures will be held discuss-
ing contemporary Jewish life
both in this country and in the
European countries. They will
also discuss the work of the
Or, and the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee.
Since Miami is making plans
to open an Arbeiter Ring Shula,
Mr. E. Lazarson will speak about
the work of the Shula's through-
out the country.
There will be a concert held
Sunday evening. Septembr 2. at
the Miami Beach Elementary
School, 1420 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. A banquet
will be held Monday evening
September 3. at the Strath Ha-
ven Hotel. Two sessions will be
held daily for the three days of
the conference. Tuesday night
will be the last session of the
conference. A boat ride for the
delegates and guests will be
held Wednesday evening. Sept,
5 to complete the meetings.
ZIONIST MOVEMENT IS
ILLEGAL BY RUSSIANS
WAR CRIMINAL NOW
LIVES IN SANATORIUM
in
for
Mr. Har-
wich the
Bern (JTA)The Swiss
reports from Hungary that
Count Janos Telcki, who is now
living at a sanatorium in Switz-
erland under the assumed name
of Weiss, has been listed as a
war criminal by the Hungarian
Government in Budapest.
Count Teleki is charged,
among other things, with trans-
fering to Switzerland a consid-
erable quantity of textile goods
confiscated from Jewish firms
in Hungary which were "aryan-
ized." Some of the original Jew-
ish owners of the property are
now in the United States.
Prague (JTA) The Zionist
movement has been declared
illegal by the Soviet authorities
in Caratho-Russia, the part of
Czechoslovakia which was trans-
ferred to the Soviet Ukraine, it
was learned here by the corres-
pondent of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency from quarters
close to the Soviet Embassy in
Prague.
Children's schools maintained
by Zionist groups in Carpathc-
Ukraine were closed down, the
same sources declared. These
measures, they explained, are
press due to the fact that a consider-
able part of the Zionist move-
ment is considered to be "anti-
Soviet and reactionary" by the
local Soviet authorities.
WEISS ELECTED BEACH
MEMBER OF CC BOARD
Miton Weiss, Miami Beach at-
torney and member of the Dade
county school board, has been
elected to the board of gover-
nors of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce, succeeding the
late Hudson L. Owen.


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PERSONALS
Murray Budner, 142 N. W.
10th Avenue, is back in Miami
after spending a month in the
north. After visiting New York
and Washington, Mr. Budner
.stopped in Columbia, South
Carolina, to spend some time
with his sister, Irene Budner,
attending college in that city.
His father, Hynian Budner. left
this week for New York where
he will visit relatives.
Miss Mildred Namoff, 1219 S.
W. 7th Street, has returned to
New York where she visited
relatives.
Friends of Mrs. I. L. Reisman,
2251 S. W. 7th Street, are of-
fering condolences on the double
loss of her brother-in-law. 1. D.
Sharove, 4530 Park Avenue,
Richmond. Va., on September
22, and her mother, Mrs. Sadie
Green, of the same address, on
September 2G. Mrs. Reisman,
Who has now returned to Mi-
ami, wishes the many friends
of her sister, Mrs. I. D. Sharove.
to know that she is on the road
to recovery after a very serious
illness in the hospital.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall
and family are vacationing at
Flat Rock, N. C.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bloom-
field have returned to their
home. 1530 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach, after spending six
weeks in Maine. New Hamp-
shire and Massachusetts.
Ted Kaufman is spending a
month as guest at the Maynard
Ranch. Jeffes, Montana. While
away he will visit Yellowstone
National Park.
Alfred Gottosman, Ponce do
Leon Hotel, lilt Friday tor New
York on a two weeks' business
trip.
After a two months' visit with
her daughter. Mrs. Samuel Gold-
stein, in Bethlehem. Pa.. Mrs.
Moses Pallet. 136 N. W. 15Ul Ave.,
has returned to Miami. Accom-
panying her on the trip was her
son-in-law and daughter, Corp.
I and Mrs. Sydney Hollander and
their son. Edward. Corporal Hol-
lander has been in the service for
two years, seven months of which
were spent in Italy. He is now m
Miami and after Sept. 1st will go
to Georgia lor reassignment.
Miss Evelyn Zuekerman and
Miss Rosalind Leaker, of Newark.
N. J., are the houseguests of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Kleinberg, 1732
.lames Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalis whose
wedding took place Sunday at
Shaarei T'filoh, in Baltimore are
spending their honeymoon at the
Triton Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Zalis is the former Gertrude Lev-
enson, of Baltimore. While here
the couple is being entertained Dy
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis. of Miami,
brother and sister-in-law Of the
groom.
Mrs. Max Oreenberg has re-
turned home after spending two
and a half months travelling m
the North. She spent some time
in Philadelphia. New York City
and Sharon Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle left
Monday for Pennsylvania where
they will meet tiuir daughter,
Ernise, who has spent th' sum-
mer at camp. From then' they
will go to New York and then to
the Carolinas, returning to Miami
m several weeks.
Mr. Joe Rosenthal. 1405 Euclid
Ave., has left on an extended busi-
ness trip through South America.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Somberg
and son, Edward, are spending a
month in New York City, at the
Taft Hotel.
PERSONALS_____
Mrs. Gertrude Gittleman, 2469
Flamingo Place, leaves this week
for a visit with her sister in Read-
ing, Pa.
Joining his wife in Anderson-
ville. N. C, J. B. Spector, 1614
Meridian Ave., will leave next
week. Planning to visit in Norfolk,
Va., before returning home, he will
be away for six weeks.
Dr. Robert Mayer. Miami Beach
pediatrician who has been serving
with the U. S. Public Health Ser-
vice in New York, is being released
from his position and will return
here Sept. 1st to resume his prac-
tice, with offices at 311 Lincoln
Road.
Listen to our radio program
"Fashion Time" over WIOD
each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45
A. M.
Take gay printed
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Perk up a pocket with a
gay linen print of flowers
or printed cotton finished
daintily with lace. The
linen handkerchiefs have
perle hems and come in
regular size. The cottons
are extra big.
MIAMI STORE
HANDKERCHIEFS
BTREET FLOOR
6-A
A recent addition to the piano
faculty of Miami Conservatory is
Miss Shirley Ross of Flint, Mich.
Having Studied voice with Artura
de Filipe and piano with Hannah
Aaher at the University of Miami,
she is teaching at the Miami
Beach. Miami and Shenandoah
studios of the conservatory.
Mrs. George P. Jacobs, 1560 Ca-
lais Drive, Normandy Isles, will
return this week from a six week
northern vacation. Mrs. Jacobs
has been in New York and Green-
view. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pressman. Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach, tend-
ered a Victory celebration party
to their tenants and friends Satur-
day evening. Entertainment was
presented and a buffet luncheon
served on the patio grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schaehno'
have returned to Miami after a
month spent in the North, where
they visited Washington, New
York, Lakewood. N. J.. in addition
to spending some time in the
mountains in New York State.
Their niece. Judy Saffra. accom-
panied .them to Miami and will
spend several months as their
guest.
Dr. and Mis. Jacob H. Kaplan
are spending several weeks in Sa-
vannah, and then will leave for
Brunswick, where Dr. Kaplan will
conduct Holy Day Services. He will
occupy the same pulpit from which I
he preached 4S years ago. As a'
student he then conducted services
for the first time.
Mrs. Joseph N. Kaplan and son.
Michael, of 1656 Calais Drive, Nor-
mandy Isle, left recently for a
visit to upper New York state.
They will return here in mid-
September.
Louis Fleschman, director of the
Miami Beach Clinical Laboratories,
311 Lincoln Road, has returned
from a business trip in New York.
Mrs, Louis Fleischman and her
son. Peter, of 428 43rd St., left
recently to visit friends in Rhode
Island. After remaining there
three weeks, they will journey to
New York to visit friends and rel-
atives. Mrs. Fleischman's husband
will join her there.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,
Lt. coi. M^hdTwrrr^
former mayor of Miami L^
spent several days hi Bea*.
week. He has ]Ubt J,We
the States afu,^U^dt,
years overseas" duty. u'
Jerome Goodman has retim-
ed from a two-week vacsi"1"
Lookout Mountain, XV
wife and children, Glnrt ,,
Martin remained there 11* *
return here u.^ZnT S
Goodmans live ut 1M| J|
Mr. and Mrs. Sol H hit*.
Jack T. Marash, executive ft
rector of the Miami Beach T
left for the north this week
where he will join his famfe
They will spend several wwk.
at Kaaterskill, Jewett, NY^
will return the middle of Sen-
tember. Marash will SDeod
some time in New York City
visiting the offices of the Nj'
tional Jewish Welfare Board
Max Greenberg was tendered
a birthday reception followinji
meeting of the directors of the
Jewish Home for the Aged at
the Strand restaurant last Tib-
day evening.
Mrs. Rose Weiss returned U
her home. 639 West Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, after a t\vo-momhf
trip in the north. Accompany-
ing-her was her nephew, Corf.
Wilbur Glass, who joined hi
mother, Mrs. Samuel Glass aid
sister Lois, to spend a thirty-
day furlough hi it.
Mrs. Milton A. Friedman left
Thursday for the Carolinas to
be present at the wedding of her
sister which will take plate
Sunday.
Mrs. Hannah Rossin of 1311 N.
W. 5th St., is vacationing- at the
Blackstone Hotel with her chil-
dren, Charon, Charlene and Jay.
Her brother, Robert A. Shapiro,
recently arrived from Dayton with
his wife to join the Rossins at the '
Blackstone.
Mrs. Samuel Dickson has re-
turned from Boston. Mass., where
she flew to attend the funeral of'
her father.
Mrs. Murray Kellman. formerly I
of Miami, and now residing m
Alexandria. Va., is the houseguest
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Diekson.
Mrs. Kellman is being entertained!
by many of her t'rk nds and ex- '
pects to remain in Miami until
next week when she will join her
husband, just discharged from the
army, and her son. Floyd.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Simkowitz, 3176
Royal Palm Ave and their chil- !
dren. Elizabeth and Michael, left]
last week for a northern vacation
at the estate Of Mr. Simkowitz's
parents in Westchester county, N.
^. They will return Sept. 1st.
Harvey Fleischman, associ- j
ated with the Wometco Theatre |
chain, left for a month's stay in |
New York. While there he will [
visit with his parents. J
The Family of the Late
ANNA ROSE PEPPER
Extend their deepest ap-
preciation to their many
friends and the ladies of
the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Sisterhood fur the
many kindnesses extended
during their recent be-
reavement.
MORRIS PEPPER, her hus-
band: daughter. FRANYA.
and son. MANFRED.
MIAMI DAILY NEWS. Friday, August 17. 1945
Hextda UoftfteA
IN HOLLYWOOD
John Garfield lists the seven
ways to success in Hollywood.
"First." says Johnny, "get
yourself an agent. Two, get a
contract; three, your first part
in a picture. Four, buy a big-
ger and better car. Five, rent
a bigger and better house. Six
buy your first annuity. Seven,
get advice from a local ceme-
tery and choose your final
resting place."
MOUNT NEBO
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The sure way of guaranteeing the necessary
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IIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945
vJewisti fhridiar
PAGE THREE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Post-War "Activities"
Now that the war is over and
ilization of the armed
: iS in process, various
fchoney, crackpot and anti-Semi-
tic organizations are resorting to
Ki-inv devices to exercise influ-
ence on veteran groups, spnng-
a up all over the country. .
lAnti-J w s h Propaganda and
If,, r of unemployment are
Kmong the baits used by the pro-
Bwists for returning soldiers.
I The Ku Klux Klan is con-
Ka'ctini; ,.\-servicemen. The
Protestan( War Veterans, a crea-
tion ,,i anti-Semitic Edward
Ijanics Smythe, is being revived.
The American Order of Pa-
Itriots with its slogan "Gentiles
lOnlv" is becoming active. .
3th', i- anti-Semitic groups which
were dormant during the war
because of their pro-Fascist rec-
lords. are also beginning to come
linto the open. The "Gentile
Rews" is reprinting the notori-
lou.s "Protocols of the Elders of
IZion" The same publication
Bauds the efforts of "over 300
nationalist groups". One of
the tricks now used by anti-
Semites is the dissemination of
la letter allegedly sent out by
Ithe Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica ask::.^ Jews to sign a pledge
Itliat thej "will be honest in all
business and private transac-
Itkiiis. The letter pretends
to be written in the interest of
Jewish welfare, but at the same
time n promotes the ideal that
all Jew- should leave the United
Istaus and go to Palestine with-
lin three years. ... It slyly sug-
|i that Jews themselves ad-
linit thai their co-religionists are
crooked and intolerant of their
Inon-Jev, :.->li fellow citizens. .
Seedless to say, the Synogogue
Council of America, whose cor-
Ircct address is given in the let-
Iter, has nothing to do with it.
I. Andbelieve it or not
Ithere are anti-Semites in the
United States who are now
spreading the theory that Hit-
ler was nothing but a secret
Jewish agent. One of them
is Carl Mote who makes this
assertion in a booklet just pub-
lished, which also asserts that
Roosevelt was part Jewish and
that Churchill is Dart Jewish. .
Zionist Trends
When the American delega-
tion to the World Zionist Confer-
ence returns to the United States,
there will be important changes
in the Zionist political activities
in Washington. The U. S. De-
partment of Commerce believes
that "the stage is set for con-
tinued economic progress in
Palestine." The Department
is also of the opinion that there
exist possibilities which "may
make Palestine a modern com-
munity with a diversified agri-
cultural, industrial and commer-
cial life." British propagan-
dists in the United States are
disseminating information stat-
ing that Moscow is now display-
ing "a persistent tendency" to
show sympathy towards the
Arabs. And a British "mem-
orandum of information" which
was cabled from London this
week for private circulation says
that the "flirtation between the
Soviets and some prominent
Zionists" turned out to be "not
a very successful experiment."
The American Scene
The decline of age-old Jewish
traditions among Jews in the
United States is graphically
brought out in a study conduct-
ed of assimilation in America.
. The findings are now pub-
lished by the Yale University
Press in a 300-page volume "The
Social Systems of American
Ethnic Groups." Working
with a comparatively large re-
search staff, W. Lloyd Warner
and Leo Srole, the authors of
the volume, took a small indus-
trial community in New Eng-
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Will Conduct Services In Both Buildings
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE
Murray Gr.auer. Guest Rabbi
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will chant
SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
Simon April, Rabbi, Will Preach and Conduct Services
Worshipers are asked to make immedi-
ate reservations for both buildings on
week-day evenings or contact Lewis
Green, executive secretary.
PHONE 3-6086
landnaming it Yankee City
as basis for their study This
Yankee city, the authors claim,
is representative of any average
American town with a mixed
population of Irish, Jews, Poles.
Russians, Greeks, Italian, and
other ethnic groups. Study-
ing each of these groups, the
authors contend that Jews in
America have risen to the up-
per-middle class, and that very
ii w of them can be found in
"upper-upper class" or even in
the "lower-upper class" .
HADASSAH TO MEET
MONDAY. AUG. 27
A meeting of the Business and
Professional Women's Division,
Miami Chapter of Hadassah. will
be held on Monday, August 27,
8.15 P. M., at the Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. A., 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach.
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
BON VOYAGE PARTY
GIVEN FOR MRS. LAND
A bon voyage party was given
by the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami and its
Ladies' Auxiliary on Sunday
evening, August 19th at the
Home, in honor of Mrs. Fanny
Land, a member of the board of !
directors of the institution, who
is to leave shortly for an ex-
tended visit to poinst of in-
terest in the Jewish homeland.
The Home was decorated for
the occasion and music and re-
freshments were on the program.
The party, largely attended by
board members and friends, wit-
nessed the presentation to the
guest of honor of a handbag and
a corsage by Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
honorary president. Mrs. A.
Chaves gave a recitation and
Mrs. H. Kosnof rendered vocal
and piano selections. Daniel
Broad served as toastmaster for
the evening, with Cantor Ema-
nuel Barkan and Reverend S. J.
Friedman singing. Brief ad-
dresses were made by Mrs. Rose
Zalis. auxiliary president; Mrs.
J. Mason and Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry, Max Grcenbcrg and Joe
Zalis. The guest of honor. Mrs.
Land, responded.
SPECIAL SERVICES AT
KEY WEST FRIDAY EVE
Reverend L. Lehrer. spiritual
leader of the Congregation B'nai
Zion, of Key West, officiated at
special services Friday evening,
the occasion marking the cessa-
tion of hostilities with Japan.
Leon Schulman, Regional USO-
N.J.W.B. director, was the prin-
cipal speaker. On Sunday Rev.
Lehrer officiated at the bris of
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Elias, 235 Duval Street.
BEACH ZIONISTS
HEAR CARL PRESS
The Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club heard Carl Press
address the gathering of Zionists
last Wednesday at the Strand
restaurant. The group meets
weekly on Wednesdays.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
Ittl
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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QUESTION: Why are higher
institutions of Jewish learning
called "Yeshivoth?"
ANSWER: The name "Yeshi-
voh" for a Jewish institution of |
higher learning first makes its |
appearance in Talmudic times
and is found in the Talmudic
literature many times. It is gen-
erally believed that with the
first destruction of the Temple
regular educational institutions
of higher learning were first
standarized. It is related in the
Talmud that up to the death of
Rabbi Gamliel of Yavneh study-
ing and learning was done in a
standing position (see Tractate
Megillah) and that after that
time some of the students start-
ed to be seated during study.
The reason for the original cus-
tom of standing up is quite a
simple one. Yet it depicts the
far-reaching significance of the
Jewish conception of education.
It is to be recalled that learn-
ing, no matter what the subject
was, was considered a religious
process since a man was really
studying that ways of God, i.e.,
the nature of the universe. This
is why the Talmudists incor-
porated within their studies and
their books all sorts of sciences
and literatures. Standing up was
a symbol of reverence and re-
spect to be portrayed while
studying the ways and nature
of God.
We have already related that
from the time of Rabbi Gamliel's
death some began to sit down
probably because of the weak-
ening health of the successive
generations. From then on the
custom of sitting became prev-
alent; however, the younger
students still were required to
stand as a sign of respect for
the older and more advanced
students who had the privilege
of sitting. From this analysis
it follows that in an institution
exclusively devoted to higher
learning almost everyone would
be seated. Hence, the word "Yes-
hivoh" which means "sitting"
was coined to be the name of
the Jewish institution of higher
learning which in Talmudic
times was differentiated from
smaller institutions by virtue of
Uu tact that its scholars were
allowed to sit. These institutions
are sometimes called "Mesivta."
This word is the Aramic word
for sitting and so the identical
meaning is conveyed in Ara-
maic.
BIRTHS________
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard,
2884 S. W. 27th Ave.. announce
the birth of a son, Michael David,
born Aug. 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Sokoloff
announce the birth of a son on
Monday, Aug. 20th. Mr. and Mrs.
Sokoloff, formerly of Miami, are
now in New York where Mr. Soko-
loff is associated with Interna-
tional Telephone. Mrs. Sokoloff is
the former Helen Simon.
1st Lt. and Mrs. Myron Cowen
announce the birth of their son,
Gary John, at the Miami Naval
Hospital, on July 13th. The father,
who has not as yet seen his child,
is with the armed forces in Oki-
nawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dokson,
645 Lenox Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a
daughter. Vanne Iris, at the St
Francis Hospital on August 23.
Mrs. George Chertkof and son
are visiting in Hendersonville.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHKT, Managing Editor
1 Year, $3.00
Six Months, $2.00
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1945
ELLUL 15, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 34
A REPORT TO THE PEOPLE
Almost a year has passed since our first organized and
thorough population survey was made. Great pains were
taken to insure fairly accurate results. Much effort was put
forth to do the job.
The information gleaned from the survey surprised some
of those close enough to the scene of activity to get the infor-
mation. It proved the beliefs and contentions of others.
Day in and day out our office receives calls and inquiries
as to how many Jewish people are permanent residents in this
area. What percentage live on the Beach- how many in Mi-
ami? How many Jewish families? Do you know how many
people comprise the average family down here-is it the same
as up north? Is it true that the great percentage of our people
that reside here year round are old people above 50 who have
come here for their health or to spend the remainder of their
lives? What section is dominated by the Jews in the city?
Don't you have a Jewish section like other communities? How
many Jewish children are there? Do they attend religious
schools are their parents affiliated? Yes, these and endless
others fall our way during the course of the day.
A report of the Jewish population survey when made avail-
able lo the public will answer these questions and many more.
Gathered under the auspices and sponsorship of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, the information assisted in having
hundreds of additional families added io the roster of contri-
butors of the successful welfare fund campaign. Many of our
readers will be surprised to learn that as of last year -an ob-
tiormal war period -almost ten thousand Jewish families were
counted.
We are proud of the growth which has made our com-
munity lank among the top twenty Federations in the country.
Let's give all Miami a breakdown of the population survey
before the data becomes obsolete. Let everyone know that we
are cue of the fastest growing communities. How about it.
Federation?
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2 9 7 3
Miami 18
(litest "f the "'.'il received at Jewlrtl
Floridian pout i>ffu-e box.
HERE IS A CHANCE
The mail box brought forth a letter this week written by
two twenty-three-year-old qirls, iesidents of Miami Beach. Their
lale of woe did not present a new problem but an age old one.
How to meet young men of their own group was their plea.
Would an advertisement in the Jewish Floridian do them any
good?
Departing from the usual timid approach, the girls were
frank enough to state their object as matrimony. Possibly their
anxiousness has proved a hindrance in their quest for com-
panionship and ultimate goal. Too direct an approach has
scared many a fellow from the threshhold of matrimony.
The responsibility of a community is not that of providing
a marriage bureau or "shadchen" campaign. What the cor-
respondence does reveal is the problem of providing sufficient
meeting ground where youth and even adult may meet. That
is a community responsibilitya community obligation.
Concurring were the directors of our "Y's" and a number
of folks with whom we discussed the matter. Various attitudes
were expressed as to what organizations the prime respon-
sibility belonged. Some believed all groups should strive to
establish, through their programs, the common meeting place.
Others felt that the "Y's" were the ideal place for all shades of
opinion and attitudes to meet without fear of embarrassment.
Paramount through the conversation was the admission
of the woeful lack of physical structures to give to Jewish youth
the adequate surroundinqs that would attract boys and girls
within a healthy environment.
The United Jewish Building Fund Campaign is preparing
for a city-wide drive to raise funds for capital building pur-
poses. The drive will start October 3 and will need the support
of everyone. The opportunity presents itself for concrete ac-
tion, not alone to go far towards solving the girls' problem, but
many other community deficiencies.
wSsTmalamut to~
direct operation
JDC IN BULGARIA
SELECTS COL. TADER
Milton Wolf, manager of the
Versailles hotel, said that the
operation of the hotel will now
be under the direction of Mrs.
Bertha Malamut, widow of Wil-
liam Malamut who died last
week m Atlantic City. Malamut
was managing director of the
hotel since 1942. Wolf said Mrs.
Malamut. who is expected here
Friday would continue all poli-
cies established by her husband.
SofiaColonel Tadjer. well-
known leader of Bulgarian Jew-
ry, has been selected chairman
of a committee recently estab-
lished by the Joint Distribution
Committee in Bulgaria. Col.
Tadjer has already acknowl-
edged an initial consignment of
10.000 pairs of shoes from Istan-
bul. Included in this shipment
were textiles and medicines.
Cash remittances are being sent
to Bulgaria via Switzerland.
/yij"Lf*ii"rT"rri'*im i w m m ^^^
American Palestine Founda-
tion (Keren Hayesod) sent the
first million dollar check of its
25 years' of activity to Palestine
this" week Rabbi Janus Q.
Holler, National Chairman of
U.P.A., declared that the only
real solution for survival of the
mass of Jews in Europe is through
settlement in Palestine. Vast
tasks in post-wai reconstruction
overseas and in Palestine settle-
ment inus, be immediately un-
dertaken by the Jews of the
United States through U.J.A..
National chairman declared in
victory statement. .
American ORT Federation
shipped more f.ian 200 sewing
and knitting machines and
several tons of tools to France
for distribution among needy
artisans. Regular com-
mercial plane service has been
resumed between Stockholm
and Warsaw. J.D.C. reveals.
Florida's Senator Claude Pep-
per is now overseas to make
a personal inspection of con-
ditions Detailed report
on the condition of Poland re-
ceived in Canada reveals that
out of the three and one half
million Polish Jews living in
1939 no more than 500.000
have survived of whom 200.-
00 or more are still in Russia.
13.000 in Poland and the rest
emigrated to Palestine and
America.
Latin America's 600.000 Jews
resent so-called "pushing-
around" by United States co-
religionists and anxious to co-
operate Ihey seek to arrange a
Pan American Conference.....
"N< ither the returned G.I. nor
the war-worker out of a job,
n< < d worry about finding se-
curity in Florida," Edward Ball,
a trustee of the Alfred I. DuPont
Estate, stated in announcing
that: "The state's agricultural
and indusrial possibilities, plus
her toui is, business, offer po-
tentjal employment tor < very
person who wants work." .
Mrs. T. T. Stevens of the Board
of Trustees of the Dade County
Safety Council sounded the
warning and appealed to tbx
community to prepan NOW to
combat the inevitable toll of ac-
cidents and accidental deaths
that we face in the post-war
period.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWI
IV'fwWMjd
Muctfy eonglckniii
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
FROM ABROAD .
The war may be over, but strange scenes may Vet v.
the Jewish quarter of Paris Jewish refugees, former n H^
of France, can be seen picketing their own business estahu
ments, sold in their absence to French collaborationisis hi
Nazis. Now these new French owners refuse '
lo
vacate
INADEQUATE FACILITY
HERE FOR INDIGENT
Thirty-five civic clubs have
signed a resolution deploring
inadequate facilities for the
maintenance of elderly indigent
people" in the local area, Mrs*.
Mary M. Baker, president f the
Woman's Service clul announc-
ed.
In proposing that a cottage
colony be <. stal lishi d to r< place
32 existing convalescent homes,
the resolution states I .-.'. "con-
ditions have now reached .< i>:>,h
which is deploral ;. from the
standpoint of health, sanitation
ami common decency, and con-
stitute a disgrace to our com-
munity."
Two hundred copies pot, an new available by writ-
ing Mrs. Mary (Catherine Wil-
liams, 601 Postal Building.
VISITING NURSES NOW
IN POSTALBUILDING
Quarters have 'oeen opened at
712 Postal Building by the new-
ly-organized Visiting Nurses as-
sociation.
Besides providing nursing care
in case of emergency, the associ-
ation, a member of the Com-
munity War Chest, also provides
care for the chronically ill. Its
phone number is 2-3915.
their illegally acquired stores or factories. ... And s
refugees march up and down the sidewalks, telling their A
stories on posters. Another strange public reaction
ported from Paris: Whenever Leon Blum appears on a nev,^
screen he gets booed, while Petain has been greeted Jh
cheers. Perhaps Petain's conviction of treason will chaw!
this. Did you know that the Russians have issued spS
identification cards to the Jews and half-Jews of Berlin?
Each card carries the bearer's photograph, declares that he k
a victim of Nazi Fascism and asks that he be given smceI
consideration ... In other words, the Jews have been sem..
gated for special and better treatment. .
THE BRITISH SCENE ...
Leslie Hore-Belisha, once Britain's Minister of War, bm'
since the last elections no longer an M.P., will become one i
England's largest newspaper publishers. ... The predictjx
that Harold J. Laski will be the successor of Lord Halifax a
Britain's ambassador to Washington has no foundation..
Laski, however, may come to America for a short series of p^
lie lectures. Don't forget to read Laski's article on the h
tish elections in the current issue of This Month. Ada Sieqel
editor of this magazine, used to be one of Laski's students...,
PALESTINE DEPT-------
The fund for pro-Arab and anti-Zionist propaganda in tin
United States is much larger than has been announced in tin
public prints We're told that some of the big American oi I
companies have kicked in many millions. Americai
Foreign Policy Association, in its July, 1945 report, discuss
"Palestine and America's Role in the Middle East" ... He
author of the report, Grant S. McClellan concludes: "If conrj
tions of economic and political stabilization in Palestine cc
be assured by international agreement, continued Jewish o
migration and further Zionist development may also then pion
possible." ... In other words, the report rejects the Jews
Commonwealth idea and states that the most that may*
expected is further immigration and the establishment of rntnl
Zionist institutions.
JEWISH NEWS
Do the Jewish relief organizations realize that the postal
of the Greek Jews deserves emergency measures? Och J
8,000 are left of 80,000. The survivors all of them-a
homeless and without any means whatsoever. All 3J
talk about large Jewish immigration into Australia in the [
war period is a lot of bunk. .. The total yearly immigrtrffl
quota to Australia will be 2,500 for the next decade. 1* ;
American Jewish Committee has some high-powered public n-
lation experts on its staff now. ... Its latest "press book," a |
an "International Bill of Rights," is very impressive, and should.
make the other Jewish organizations sit up and take notice. ...
LITERARY NOTES ... J
Arnold KoesUer, the author, who has become the standmJ
bearer of the anti-Soviet intelligentsia, has spent quite sow
time in Jerusalem. ... We hope that the announcement me
he's writing a book on Palestine is wrong. Koestlersc?]
proach to life is super-negative. Malkah Rabells nove
"On the Threshold of the Ghetto," just published in Spans.
will soon appear in English. Some of the most succef *
mystery story writers in dear old England, who are bestse".:
in this country too, would do well to cut out the an^erJ
characterizations with which their yarns abound. We I
special reference to Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. ...
ABOUT PEOPLE ... -_
It is now generally acknowledged that the plan on
many adopted by the Big Three in Potsdam is the one proje
by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., and pooh-poohed by p*
everybodyexcept, apparently, the Big Three. To U jj
inquirers concerning the whereabouts of David Niles,
President Roosevelt's secretaries: Niles has been re,(
President Truman in the same capacity. ... hi reply
letters horn young ladies about Robert E. Nathan, tiie ^
on economics, who is back in the government, worSang wire-
conversion problems: Nathan is 38 years old and still ^
lor. ... He smokes a pipe and prefers the taste of mu*
of whisky.
JEWISH WRITER AND
EDITOR DIES IN N. Y.
New York (JTA> Jacob
Milch, well-known Jewish writ-
er and former editor of the Jew-
ish literary monthly "Di Zu-
kunft.'' died at his home here
after a brief illness. He was 79
years old. Born in Warsaw, he
came to the United States 54
years ago and was active in Jew-
ish literary and labor circles for
the last half of a century
JDC OPENS OFFICES
IN AMSTERDAM
AmsterdamThe Joint Distri-
bution Committee has now
opened an office in Amsterdam.
Harry Viteles is in charge of or-
ganizing the J.D.C. program in
behalf of an estimated 20.000
to 25.000 Jews now in the
Netherlands. Mr. Viteles reports
that while the Netherlands Gov-
ernment is helping all Dutch na-
tionals without discrimination,
many stateless Jews require
special consideration. J.D.C. has
made a special grant of S80.000
for these stateless refugees and
for the establishment of a chil-
dren s home in Holland.
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TALK PALESTINE
IT POTSfM MEET
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
m,,, with regard to the Pales-
' issue. The question, too.
'in be raised in the House of
J\.(|~ in connection with the
ratification of the San Francisco
Charter of the United Nations.
In the first debate on Palestine
in the new Commons two Labor-
es split sharpy on the issue.
while an Independent demanded
die immediate creation of a Jew-
isli state and a Conservative sup-
ported Arab claims, but urged
tint the conflicting interests
should be reconciled. The de-
bate followed the report on the
government's foreign policy by
Minister Ernest Bevin
in which he did not refer to the
Palestine issue
Jewish Agency this week
Issued a statement emphasizing
hat i. will not be necessary for
the United States to send large
military forces to maintain or-
der in Palestine. The Jewish
Agi'ticv also asked that it be al-
to participate in all dis-
ns and negotiations con-
cerning the future of Palestine.
American military forces will
i required to keep peace in
ine if a Jewish state is es-
hed, the entire Palestine
H, : w press says, lauding Pres-
Truman's statement with
.Hi Palestine, but express-
ment as to why he be-
,,t i, may be necessary
e United States to send a
half million soldiers to keep or-
Palestine.
I .-tatement described as a
to President Truman s
x on the Palestine issue.'
11 Hamdi Pachaji of Iraq
declared that "Palestine is an
V. country and will remain
Aral despite all the efforts of
the Zionists. The Palestine ques-
tion must be settled in the Near
Ea and neither the United
Stal nor any other country
I ie right to intervene in this
question," he asserted, adding
that the pan-Arab League will
meet soon to discuss the Pales-
'' problem. .
In a statement issued shortly
his return from London- Dr.
Silver .-aid that "we are awaiting
qunk action on the part of the
new British government" with
I to the establishment of a
state in Palestine. "The
the world," Dr. Silver
. were delighted to learn
OBITUARIES
RIFAS
Max Rifas, past president of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, passed away Monday
after a sudden heart attack at
the age of 73. He lived at 1000
S. W. 13th Court.
He came here from Chicago 20
years ago where he was vice-
president of one of the largest
orthodox synagogues. On his
arrival here he founded the Mi-
ami Title and Abstract Com-
pany which his sons now op-
erate. He served as president
of the Miami Mizrachi. life
member and director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami, member of
B'nai B'rith and the Zionists.
Services were held Tuesday
from the Gordon Funeral Chapel,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of-
ficiating. Pallbearers were: Max
Mintzer, I. Rosengartcn, S. Oko-
noff, Nat Blum berg, Eugene
Weiss and Joe Zalis.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
Fannie; four sons, Hyland and
David, Miami; Maurice, Chicago,
and Arthur D., in the army at
Camp Beale, California; and four
daughters. Mrs. Sonia Sevin,
Beverly Hills, California; Mrs.
Minnie Atz, Chicago; Mrs. Eve-
lyn Hyman, El Campo, Tex., and
Miss Lillian Rifas, New York.
SEROTTA
Paul Ch68lei Eterotiii nine-month-
old son of Capt. and Mrs. Maurice
Berottn. 430 N. E. 29th Street. <1I.m1
In Venice, Pla. Besides his parents,
he is survived i>y his grandparents,
Mr. mid .Mrs. Isaac Levin, Miami.
Private funeral services were con-
ducted Monday at < Ionian Funeral
chapel.
IN THE MAIL BOX
COMMITTEE OPENS
SWIMMING CABANA
The Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom has completed
plans for a Splash Party on
Thursday. August 30th, at 8:00
P. M. at the Beach Cabana Club,
Collins and 42nd Street.
It is to be a genuine Splash
Party, inclusive of swimming,
dancing and a late supper for
the members and friends. Louis
Goldman, of 3925 Meridian Ave-
nue, is chairman of the reserva-
tion committee. Reservations
are to be had af the office of
Temple Beth Sholom.
President Truman took up the
question of a Jewish state with
Prime Minister Attlee and
Churchill at Potsdam.
Present economic conditions in
Palestine are such as assure
the rapid absorption by it of at
least a million Jews in the early
future, Rabbi James Heller, na-
tional chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, declared fol-
lowing his return this week from
a visit to Palestine.
THINK IN TOTAL TERMS
August 21. 1945
Mr. Fred Shochet
Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973
Miami. Fla.
Dear Fred:
I should like to add emphasis
to Mr. Zukernick's letter rela-
tive to the forthcoming drive
for the United Jewish Building
Campaign.
To one who observed our
Jewish communiy grow in its
earliest stages without benefit
of a "Y", the non-cooperative
attitude of some of our citizens
is not easy to understand. I re-
call only too vividly the absence
of recreational and cultural fa-
cilities as well as the lack of
suitable meeting places. For ex-
ample, four years ago as a B'nai
B'rith AZA advisor, I had con-
siderable difficulty providing a
meeting place for my group. We
met in one of the synagogues
but found that the atmosphere
was not conducive to maximum
interest and enthusiasm. The
boys who were the offsprings of
families of varied Jewish herit-
age were restrained in their ac-
tivity. It was a recognition of
these factors that originally
prompted the founding and de-
velopment of the "Y" and I was
privileged to be one of the or-
ganizers.
Today our community has a
significantly large Jewish popu-
lation and our community is
still growing. Yet we are faced
with the possibility of having no
"Y" facilities unless the entire
community cooperates whole-
heartedly in the United Jewish
Building Fund Campaign.
We have this opportunity to
enrich our growing community
with an edifice that will make
possible its development along
constructive, wholesome and
cultural lines. The few dissen-
ters, who unquestionably are
motived by sincere reasons,
should get together with the
leaders of the campaign, with
open minds and objective con-
sideration of what is good for
the greatest number and iron
ou. their differences.
We must think in terms of
what is good for the total com-
munity, and not a segment of
it. In this manner, the campaign
will be successful and our entire
community benefited.
Sincerely yours,
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
The Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board has just
opened its newly constructed
swimming cabana at number
one Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
it was announced by Sam Blank,
chairman.
The cabana provides swim-
ming facilities for 300 male and
female personnel. There is also
available on loan, fishing and
sports equipment. The hours of
operation of the cabana are
from 10:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
liaily including Saturday and
Sunday.
Military and naval personnel
of all faiths are invited to use
the facilities of the swimming
cabana.
ANOTHER PAPER
SALVAGE SUNDAY
Salvage headquarters is hav-
ing another paper drive on Sun-
day. Persons are urged to give
old papers and magazines, tied
securely and placed outdoors in
plain sight.
Persons are asked to place
bundles out the night before,
but in case any is overlooked a
follow-up truck will call Mon-
day.
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
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Clinton Hotel, New York.
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UNVEILING
The Jewish Floridian has,
during the past ten days, re-
ceived by mail from all parts
of the country, solicitations for
funds from various types of
agencies. Hebrew schools, old
folks' home, synagogues, Ye-
shivoth, were among the many
who enclosed blotters, calen-
dars, booklets of all types to
create the inducement to send
funds.
We urgently suggest that all
of these requests for funds be
referred to the local Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, at
1002 Congress Building, phone
3-5411, for their attention.
The Federation has special
funds for all worthwhile in-
stitutions and can furnish
complete information on all of
the other agencies.
Investigation reveals that
the majority of these institu-
tions spend 60 o to 70% to se-
cure these funds, in addition
to paying commercial groups
and promoters for their efforts
in the organizations' behalf.
Call your Federation before
responding.
The unveiling of a memorial
in memory of the late Max Land
will take place Sunday after-
noon at one o'clock, at Mount
Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman will conduct services.
The unveiling of a memorial
in memory of the late David
Bear will take place Sunday.
September 2. at Woodlawn Park.
PERSONALS
Professor Joseph Weil. Dean
of the College of Engineering at j
Universit y of of Florida, is i
spending a few days at the |
Breakwater Hotel. Miami Beach.
Professor Weil is accompanied
by his wife and son. Marvin Lee.
who is a senior at John Hopkins
Medical School.
Mr. and Mrs. David Dainov.
Miami Beach, left Wednesday I
for New York where they will
spend two weeks. They will at- !
tend unveiling ceremonies of
memorials to their parents dur-
ing their slay.
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day evening at the Versailles
Hotel.
Miss Sadie Alexander, a sister
of Mrs. Frackman, honored the
bride and groom elect and their
families with a luncheon at the
Hotel Versailles Saturday.
The couple plan to be married
Aug. 29th, the wedding anniver-
Barv of Mr. and Mrs. Frackman,
at the Versailles Hotel.
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In the presence of relatives and
close friends, Miss Dorothy Feiner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Feiner, of lor>6 Euclid Ave., will
become the bride of Lt. Henry
Waitzkin, USAAF. in a ceremony
to be performed at 6 p. m. Sunday.
Aug. 26th. at the Copley Plaza
Hotel, Boston. Mass.
Miss Feiner was graduated from
schools in Springfield, Mass. Lt.
Waitzkin was a practicing attor-
ney m Scranton, Pa., before his
entry into the armed services.
Following release from service
the couple will make their home
in Boston where Waitzkin will
practice law.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskanazi
call attention to their many
friends of an error appearing in
last week's publication, concern*
ing the bar nntzva of their son
Jack. Services will take place
Saturday morning, not as re-
ported but at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Center, with Rabbi
Simon Auril in charge. A recep-
tion will follow the services.
BRISM
Brism taking place this week
included the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Fledell: Mr. and Mrs. Neiman Per-
rin. Rabbi S. M. Machtei offici-
ated.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,
ORGANIZERS HOLT?
MEETING ATBEACHY
the
Lodge was held WeStfiJS1
n.ng at the Bead, ^P***
nucleus of 125 present t *
porary officers Ctft
serve until the regularehli"
set for December1! Geo ^
Beitman was selected a< nrJ"
dent. David R. Is, ^
tary and Sol Goldstrom treat
urer. 'eds-
The president was authorized
to appoint interim
to function between
committees
meetings
and the permanent formation
the group. Committees to u
appointed include a grouD Z
select a name, membership and
by-laws, which will take care
of necessary charter arranee-
ments.
Addressing the gathering was
Harold Turk, president of Sho-
lem Lodge, whose organization
is sponsoring the formation of
the new group, Louis Heiman,
second vice-president of the
Fifth District, and George Talia-
noff. Regional A.D.L. director.
The next meeting will take
place September 11 at the Beach
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Miss Francine Newman became
the bride of Victor Kmanuel on
the grounds of the Kmanuel home
Saturday evening with Rabbi -la-
cob H. Kaplan officiating.
The former Miss Newman is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Newman. 526 15th St., Miami
Beach. Mr. Emanuel's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Obert Kmanuel. 16S1
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. W'arne .Johnson, sister of
the bridegroom, was matron of
honor.
Cpl. Fritz Ferguson was best
man.
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents entertained at a |
buffet supper served in the dining
room of the Kmanuel home.
Following a honeymoon at the
Versailles Hotel, the couple will
live at Miami Beach.
The bride is a student at the
University of Miami and a gradu-
ate of the Miami Beach High
School. Her husband is taking a
pre-med course at the University
where he has been president of (
Mu Beta Sigma, biological society.
MR. SAUL KENHOLZ
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin. 849
Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the approaching marriage
of their son. Sherman, to Anna
Ruth Finn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Finn, of Akron. Ohio.
The wedding will take place at
the Sovereign Hotel in Cleveland
on Sunday. Sept. 2nd at 6 P. M..
Rabbi J. Kohn, of that city, offic-
iating. A dinner for family and.
guests will follow.
In addition to his parents, the
groom-to-be will have his brother-
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore G. Markow, present at
the ceremony. Relatives from New-
York are expected to attend.
Miss Finn attended Ohio State
University, was active in the Hillel
Foundation where she met her in-
tended husband who was a student
there Mr Tobin was Vice Presi-
dent of Phi Kpsilon Pi, a member
of the University Student Senate
and on the Dramatics Board. Other
activities included State Manager
of Hillel Foundation Productions.
He is now associated in business
with his father, who operates the
7-Up Bottling Co. Sherman, his
mother and sister, left by car
Tuesday for Akron, and his father
and brother-in-law will fly to that
city for the ceremonv.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin will
spend some time in New York and
vicinity before returning home.
Mrs Henry Levy of 940 17th
St., Miami Beach, announces the
engagement of her daughter. June
Elaine, to Capt. Julian Edward
Xeubauer. of Montgomery. Ala.,
and Miami Beach. Captain Neu-
bauer is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Frackman. 2935 North Bay
Road, Miami Beach.
Miss Levy attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and Cornell Uni-
versity where she is affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Captain Neubauer. who is a
graduate of the University of Ala-
bama, spent 21 months overseas
in the Pacific, as an Armv Air
Corps navigator. He has been
awarded the Air Medal with eight
oak leaf clusters.
An engagement dinner was given
for the couple and their families
by Mrs. Ben Frackman last Sun-
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PHDAY. AUGUST 24, 1945
*Jenisti Fhridlain
PAGE SEVEN
OUR SERVICE MEN
Knsien William II. Koblenz is
m.inline a 25 day leave with his
5?e the former Gloria Kirstein,
rTMlaml Beach. He has just com-
teted eight months' tour of sea-
' ;i was a member of the
nag Pittsburgh which recently
mauV the front page when it was
Smounced that 104 feet of the
bow was destroyed by enemy ac-
tion Ensign Koblenz travelled in
the South Pacific with Admiral
Halsey'a flwt
Sheldon Blank, 4307 Alton Road,
baa received a medical discharge
from the Army, it was learned re-
cently bv his parents, Mr. and
Mrs." Dave Blank. Sheldon had
been stationed at Camp Rucker,
Ala He is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. While there,
be was chosen a member of the
all-state football squad.
Kns. Bernard W. Firestone,
ISN'T- Miami Beach, is serving in
Honolulu in the intelligence de-
partment. His wife, Mrs. Regina
Firestone, lives at 1670 Meridian
A\e Miami Beach, and his mother
in New York City.
sgl. Genoa Blatt, son of Mr. and
Mr- Morris Blatt, 3425 Frow Ave.,
has received the Bronze Star med-
al for meritorious service over-
seas. He also holds a Presidential
Unit citation. Graduate of the
University of Florida law school,
the former Miami attorney enter-
ed service in August, 1942, and
went overseas in April, 1943. He
was In England, France, Luxem-
bourg. Holland, Belgium and Ger-
many.
PRAYER OBSERVED
! AT M. BEACH CENTER
Rabbi Irving Lehrman led a
gathering of 800 in prayer at
special victory services last
Sunday at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Cantor Eman-
ual Barkan chanted and the
congregation participated with
responsive reading. President
Truman declared last Sunday as
a national day of prayer.
Captain Colman A. Zwitman
Chaplain in the United States
Army, is now at Camp Beale,
California, awaiting Pacific as-
signment. He served more than
two years as Chaplain at camps
in New Jersey. He was tender-
ed a farewell reception prior to
his leaving. He was presented
with an embossed plaque and a
commendation by the post com-
mander, which read in part:
"It has been my keen pleasure
to be associated with you and
to observe the results of your
work. You have demonstrated
to an outstanding degree those
qualities of devotion to duty,
tolerance, scholarship, sincerity
of purpose and understanding,
which are desirable in an officer
and especially a chaplain."
IWV TO HOLD REGULAR
MEETING O^ MONDAY
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174
Jewish War Veterans will hold
its regular meeting Monday,
8:15 P. M. at Beth Jacob, Third.
Street and Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach.
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S/2c Joseph Rosenheim, a for-
mer Beach Senior High School stu-
dent, is now attending yeoman's
school in San Diego, Cal. Rosen-
heim entered the service in May,
1944.
Among soldiers scheduled to
arrive in New York on the S.S.
Queen Mary last Wednesday
IT,. Harry GeduWig, son of Mrs. from the Miami area were Corp
Rose U.-duldig, 642 Michigan Ave., Jf. Rolniek and 8* Ralph
Mia:: Heach, the Good Conduct Grossman, both of Miami Beach.
Medal in Italy. Overseas 15
months, he is on duty with a chem-
ical company of the Air Service
Command in Italy. His wife is Mrs.
Gertrude Geduldig.
11 P i t a I Apprentice 2/c Al
Have, of 619 Meridian Ave., is sta-
tioned at Farragut, Idaho, where
he is learning pharmacy, materia
medicine and first aid. Kaye re-
cently was here on a short leave.
A 1945 graduate of Beach Senior
High School, he is the sone of Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvan Kaye.
Fireman 1/c Jerry Laager, of
811 West Ave., has been serving
in the Philippine area aboard an
LST for the past six months. Jer-
ry baa been in the service for two
years, having graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School in
1942 II, is the son of Mrs. Hen-
rietta Langer.
Freda Markowitz Post of the
Jewish War Veterans, in con-
junction with the Miami Service
League, is sponsoring weekly
cavalcades for hospitalized vet-
erans. Volunteer workers of the
organizations pick up the men,
bring them to the Miami "Y"
where they register and leave
their parents' name and address.
The organizations write to the
boys' homes, letting their rela-
tives know that their sons are
well and active. Letters of
thanks have been received from
every state in the Union. The
Cavalcade is a project sponsored
by the Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee.
s 8ft Hank Freeman arrived
to spend a 30 day furlough
with ins wife, Shirley, and her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin,
l-'ivx-i Ave.. Miami Beach. He ar-
rived In this country after touring
eas for 15 months with the
Miller Air Forces Band,
playing the lead-sax. The band
made appearances in London, Pa-
r's and Berlin, in addition to many
other European stops. While on
tour the group appeared at a re-
ception which General Omar Brad-
Jg tendered to Russian officials.
The couple will spend part of the
time on an automotive tour of the
state.
HA2 e Bernard Dickson spent
nis 25 day furlough with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dick-
son.
seaman 2/c/RDM Stan Sacks,
son oi Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sacks,
oo Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
"as now been transferred to Mi-
iiJ-r S indefinite stay. He en-
=? ln tne service December of
.mi bca,r' took training at Norfolk
M Richmond, Va. He did seaduty
Slano* sweePer in the South
Dr. Leonard L. WelL former cap-
wm in the 32nd field artillery of
,, s- Army, was discharged
MtaJulLSS WM tran8ferred
in the 32nd field artillery of
from t'h TTAjrmy' was discharged
9 h "' U- S- medical unit Aug.
Plaza 'S restin* at "e Barclay
Miami doCtor foerly owned the
and Bofch nosPital and clinic
Naples n.!88 Chief of sur*ery m
during. Kly- saw actlve service
Sicily a campaigns in Salerno,
out aA ;Caaslno and through-
years nca for three and a half
hineS;pta6*r' 1944; he was ent
and then r CMUa"y for a rest
mgton r MSI?n to the North-
tinal nlacteral HoPtaI. the na- ^uiiuuiuv
''"scaloosaAl SUrgery center, in* lished on or about September 1,
HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT BETH SHOLOM
The religious services for the
High Holy Days at Temple Beth
Sholom have been completed
under the spiritual leadership of
Rabbi Leon Kronish and assist-
ed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
The High Holy Day services will
commence on the evening of
September 7 and will mark the
innovation of the use of the or-
gan, a mixed1 choir and the
Union prayer books.
Renovations of the new home
at 4144 Chase Avenue are being
rushed to completion for use on
the High Holy Days under the
supervision of Mr. Albert Anis,
architect and the Arkin-Prufert
Construction Co. The building
committee is headed by Vice-
President Harry A. Cornblum,
acting chairman. The chapel will
seat approximately 500 worship-
ers, and everything is being
done by the building committee
to make the Holy Day services
comfortable and inspiring.
Chairman Emanuel Goldstnch
of the membership committee
has announced that the Beth
Sholom committee will be in ses-
sion evenings from 8:00 to 10:00
P. M. and on Sunday from 10:00
A. M. to 12:00 P. M. at 761 41st
Street, Miami Peach, until and
including September 7 for those
who may be interested in be-
coming affiliated with Temple
Beth Sholom.
Mr. Emanuel Goldstnch, chair-
man of the Men's Club Com-
mittee has announced that the
organizational meeting of the
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club
will take place during the month
of September.
Mr. Louis Goldman, chairman
of the religious committee has
announced that registration is
now open to the religious school
and has requested that parents
register their children as soon as
possible.
The interior and exterior
sketches of the new Temple and
Community House will be pub-
VICTOR ELATED AT
DRUM PATRONAGE
"A response far greater than
I anticipated was given my new
restaurant," said Victor Muzi,
operator of Victor's Drum.
"Since my opening several weeks
ago we have been favored by a
truly flattering patronage."
Victor is well known to Mi-
ami's dining public, having op-
erated establishments in this
area for a number of years. He
has a reputation for excellent
food as attested to by all of those
who have been his guests. Vic-
tor's Drum is located at Coral
Way and 36th Avenue.
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Notice Is hereby Riven that the
undersigned have been engaged In
the operation of a business under
the fictitious name of "PRINTING
ARTS," loeated at 320 West Flagler
Street, Miami Florida, and now in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
fade County. Florida.
.JACK TEITLER
IIAHUAKA TEITLER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 s/:i-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at 2012
Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral
Cables, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 2, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
I ly:
.MAX STEVENS, President
Attest :
IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary
MTERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
v j|-:!l 0/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ln business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at 22iU N.
W. 82nd Street, Miami Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 1. INC.,
a Florida corporation.
By:
MAX STEVENS, President
Attest:
IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
8/24-31 9/7-14-21
1945.
Buy More War Bonds.
N, ITICE IS HEttEBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at lOGO S.
W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 3. INC.,
a Florida corporation.
By:
MAX STEVEXS, l'resident
IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary
MYERS 6 HEIMAN
Attorney, for Applicant^ >/? ^
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Notice is hereby liven that the
undersigned have been engaged In
the operation of ;i business under the
fictitious mime of "COASTAL WIP-
ING RAGS," located at 1098 N. W.
List 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 siiAl'llto
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
7 21 8-10-17-84
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI PLASTIC PRODUCTS CO.
at 602 Langford Building, Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
Dan engelberg
sidney 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
of LEES PHARMACY intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RALPH .1. WASSERMAN
WALTER ffAXJIA.N
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.
MANUEL LETOWSKY
JULIUS Bl'RGER
DIANA <''" iPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
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 'ierk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROSE ZEV S1NGERMAX
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
8/3-10-17-24-81.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HERBERT'S RESTAURANT, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID SCHILLER
IGNATZ LEB
.MEYERS A WE1TZMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/10-17-21-31 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of A & B GARMENT COMPANY,
not Inc., Intends to register said
name with the rierk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
AARON BERKOWITZ
PAUL WEITZMAN
Attorney for Applicant
7/10-17-24-31 9/7
Not]C9 is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 750
Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach,
intend tu register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dads County, Florida.
ABRAM WASSERMAN
MOLLIE W. MARCUS
JULIUS WASSERMAN
MARY WASSERMAN
DIANA COOPERSMITH
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 ROBERTS at 50 N. W. 1st St.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
REUBEN GREENBERO
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
S/10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE & RE-
PAIR SHOP at 27B7 S. W. 27th Ave..
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE ROSENE
MARX FEINBERG
Attorney for Applicant
8/10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 39868
Notice Is hereby given that Vi-
vian Randolph, holder as assignee of
City of Miami, Tax Certificate num
hered 4694, dated the 7th day of June,
A. D. 1943. 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 Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
Tt 445, Aubumdale TamlamI
Trail Addition, Plat Book 15,
Page 36. ln the City of Miami.
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate .issued was In
the name of Unknown unless said
Certificate shall bo redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will Issue
thereon on the 12th day of Septem-
ber. A.D. 1945.
Dated this 8th day of August, A.D.
1945.
(Circuit Court Sean
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. STERRETT. D. C.
8/10-17-24-81 9/7


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fjewist) noridllan
FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
1945
ROSH HASHONAH
Saturday. Sept. 8
Sunday. Sept. 9
YOM KIPPUR
Monday, Sept. 17
SUCCOTH
Saturday. Sept. 22
to Sunday. Sept. 30
CHANUKAH
First Candle,
Friday, Nov. 30
YIZKOR
cr Memorial Services for the d
parted are conducted on the fo
lowing Holidays:
YOM KIPPUR
Monday, Sept. 17
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war. The White Paper, the man-
ifesto staled, was a repudiation
of the international pledge to the
Jewish people and a violation of
the 'natural and historic right
of the Jews.''
Following the defeat of a Miz-
rachi-sponsored proposal to elect
a new executive of the World
Zionist Organization, the Miz-
rachi leaders declared that they
would remain in the executive.
This allayed fears that the M12-
rachi might bolt.
The Zionist Actions Commit-
tee concluded its sessions by
electing Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
and Dr. Stephen S. Wise BS mem-
bers of the World Zionist Execu-
tive.
The political activities of the
Jewish Agency in the United
Slates will henceforth be
changed to a board of eight
composed of Dr. Silver. Dr. Wise.
Louis Lipsky, and Nahum Gold-
mann, the lour members of the
executive, and lour representa-
tives of the various Zionist
groups in America with Hayim
Greenberg designated as repre-
sentative oi the Zionist labor-
ites, Dr. Israel Goldstein repre-
senting the Zionist Organization
of America, Li >n Gellman rep-
: .. the American Miz-
rachi on tii n, and Rose Hal-
pern i Ha lassah repre-
Sentath I .
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
M
JOS. L. PLUMMER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
5-2026
Dixie recapping
Certified Recapping with
SEIBERLING materials.
[tampt service.
ae&*
PHONE
2-6133
Dixrc tire c?
^ SEIBERLING TIRES f
. MIAMI
L 101 S. W First St 5317 N. Miami Ave
3539 N. W. \7\h Ave
MIAMI BEACH
1840 Alton Rood-
'945 Flfth'Si
Convenient
terms
can be
arranged
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
.UNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Avenue, Mi.imi Bencn
, ns Shnbbaa at 18 > '"
Sntunl.iy morning
. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
m.in win in noh on the w eekly 1 o -
,',l:; |.., .,! Cantor Emanual
Barkan :ll chant. Minolta service*
mi ; 11 in- _____
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
Ave. Saturday morning i ombittj d
gervlci al 9 a. m. Jack, son pi Mr.
""! M- v: A- %?"im
become bai n > i. R-">bi Simon
April will iv-.....id Mr. and Mr*.
Kskenail will be host* In honor of
their son." bai mltiva. Friends are
Invited. Shatoa > i U> P- m;.8I
Shaarei Zedek Talmud rorah, 154a
s w, 3rd Street, Friday evening
-. : \ eg at 7:30.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N
E. 19th St.Regular Mi-vlcea Ki-uiuj
evening at 8:18 p. m. Rabbi Saul
Appiebaum ui conduct service*.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave
Services will !> held Prldaj evening
; i l iui lug the ser\ Ices Satur-
day morning at 9 ;" o'< '" Allan,
I hi n ol Mr nnd Mrs. Ernest Ros-
i-oe will l........ bar mltivah Rabbi
Max Shapiro will respnnd The Syna-
gogue will be "i"" Sui daj n
i un in:......'clock. Members an
iiucsted i" call for their ii> ki I
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Lib-
eral. 761 41st Street. Miami Beach.-
Friday evening service! at 5:45.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi.
Orthodox Friday evening services at
7 .:n p, m. Saturday morntng services
Rabbi Mescheloff will
.hi tli.- portion of lh< week Shalos
8 .it 7."" p. m. Evening
v : Mlshna Is
.....I dalh from 7 30 t" 8.....
l> in by Rabbi Mescheloff.
GANNES TO ATTEND
EXECUTIVE MEETING
Abraham P. Ganncs, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, leaves this
week-end to participate in the
summer institute of the Jewish
Education Executive. Gannes
will lead one of the sessions.
The American Association for
Jewish Education, Dropsie Col-
lege and the National Council
for Jewish Education will joint-
ly sponsor the summer institute
in Jewish education beginning
August 27.
The seminar sessions of the
institute will be held at Dropsie
College in Philadelphia from
August 27 through August 30.
The workshop sessions will take
place at Cejwin Camps. Port
Jervis, N. J. from August 31 to
September 4.
The institute will offer an I
orientation course for graduate'
students who have shown spec-
ial educational aptitude as teach-
ers actively engaged in Jewish
education. The seminar sessions
will include discussions of the
place of Jewish education in the
total education of the American
Jewish child; community pro-
graming in Jewish education;
the functions of a central com-
munity bureau; and recent ex-
perimentation in Jewish educa-
tion. The workshops will stress
the practical problems facing
the school man and teacher in
the development of schools,
teaching methods and commu-
nity organization.
PAINTING
GLASS INSTALLED
V. K. TATUM
Glass and Paint Shop
7-2947-7810 N. W. 7th A*.
HAIR REMOVED
Permanently tjff*
Scientifically *
BY ELECTROLYSIS
1456 Washington Ave
Miami Beach
Phone 58-1263 between 7 4 j p
GORDON ROOFING AND
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Have your roof repaired now im.
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
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414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-5860
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Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes. Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs,
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold Bldg -Ph. 25151
CNElAlDAY
VITAMIN JSSLTABLETS
rpHlNK of it! Your min-
* imum daily roquirtrr.tnia
of A and D Vitamina or of
II Compkx Vitamins, in one
pleasant tablet. lU-membor
the name ONE-A-DAY
1 brand I Vitamin TablvU.
on.
Ml
5. NERVINE
n
O TENSE norvM make
you Wakeful, Crank?,
Rwtlea? Dr. Miles Nervine
heirs to lessen Nervous
Tension, GVt it at your dru*f
tore. Read directions and
use only as directed.
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
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6200 N. W. 32nd Street
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MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Servict
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-!
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entrance
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Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
nEui Biscnvncmill
S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE.
BOXING
MONDAY NITE
WRESTLING
FRIDAY NITE
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND
3-1236
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washir.'jton Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beech
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
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