The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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JLUME 18NUMBER 37
MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS

TO
1
HANCE TO LEARN
Jewish Education Month will
erved locally and nation-
i September 8 to Octo-
|r 8.
Hebrew and Sunday Schools
Greater Miami are planning
intensive campaign to urge
tents to give their children a
Iwish education. "The Bureau
Jewish Education will coordi-
these activities," Mr. Louis
fimnn. president, stated. Dur-
this month everything will
done to reach all parents in
area, For this purpose, the
preau of Jewish Education has
K| ed a live register of all
Iwish children. Parents will be
Int.u ted by phone and mail and
rged to enroll their children
Dd keep them in school until
ey have received an adequate
ucation. Several thousand
at lets stressing the importance
a Jewish education have been
ptributed by the Bureau. Jew-
education will be the theme
one "f the sermons preached
the Rabbis in the synagogues
pring the High Holy Days.
[Aftiliated with the Bureau are
kc schools of Beth David Con-
jugation, Beth Sholom Temple,
i Beach Jewish Center, and
fempie Israel. The schools will
ben registration immediately
fter the High Holy Days.
Palestine Film to
Be Shown Here
"The Palestine Problem" is
the title of the new "March of
Time" which will be shown at
the Lincoln, Capitol and Miami
Theatres, Friday through Mon-
day, September 14-17. The fea-
ture presents an extremely in-
teresting and enlightening story
on the progress of Palestine, and
the picture record has character
and dramatic appeal, dealing
with all aspects of the problem
in an objective manner.
The performance is important
because it shows remarkable in-
sight into the needs of Jews and
it points out realistically the im-
plication of present Jewish con-
ditions in Europe.
OF
APPEAR ON RADIO
THIS WEEK END
Rabbis of the Greater Miami
area will appear on the radio
stations here on special Yom j took issue with Jacob Blaustein,
Body Opposed to
National Budget
New York (JTA) Ezra Z.
Shapiro, chairman of the newly
created Committee to Oppose
National Budgeting, issued a
statement reiterating that the
new group was formed "by lead- I
ers of Federations and Welfare I
Funds," and not by "national I
and overseas agencies." He also '
PILGHIMMJIGE TO
CEMETERIES WILL
BE HELD SUNDAY
E
T
OF STATE LODGES
Kippur programs this week-end.
Saturday evening at 8:45 over
station WKAT Rabbi Leon
Kronish, of Beth Sholom, will
speak and Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer will chant. They will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Richard Goodman,
soloist and Herman Fried, ac-
companist. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, of Congregation Beth
Jacob, will speak on "The Law i
of Resolution" over station
WGBS on Sunday, September I
16 at 8:30 A. M. Cantor Louis D.
1 Feder will chant traditional mel- !
odies. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
speak over WKAT Sunday aft-
ernoon at 2:15 P. M. Cantor
Emanual Balkan will assist.
New B'nai B'rith,
Lodge is Formew
chairman of the Budget Research
Committee of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, who last week declared
that the principle c national
budgeting had the support of a
clear majority of the members of
the Budget Research Committee.
T
T
New York (JTA)A motley
1 collection of former members of
I the American First party, the
Nazi Bund and smaller anti
Milton A. Friedman, past
president of Sholem Lodge, was
elected vice-president of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges
convention held
Beach over the Lai ever
end. Friendman's elevation to the YMHA. The Name Commit- Partv to form \Tocal ennoto
the vice-presidency is a culmi- | tee reported that the name of the "', on!,m,iL P
nation of many years of activity lodge would be the Miami Beach l oreanization.
in B'nai B'rith and AZA work. Lodge of B'nai B'rith. A report < Amonj ,th,e participants were
Mrs. Dina Goldman of Miami from the Dues Committee an- | ^' u nd'ctcd seditionists, Elmer
_. ,;was chosen president of the nounced that annual dues would *,lmnurst. who it has been re-
liaqet FaVOred ^ate F.ederatioI\ of B'nai B'rith, be SIS a year with an initiation P^d; fig!*SL&3$u!:
m ww \,%*t Women: ^haDters succeeding fee of $5. The initiation fee is
to be waived for any veteran
joining within a year after his
release from service. The com-
mittee also reported that any
The annual pilgramage to
cemeteries in the Greater Miami
! area will be made this coming
Sunday. It is the established
custom throughout the country
I for visitation to the final rest-
: ing place of loved ones to be
made during the intervening
I days between Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur.
I The Rabbinical Association of
1 Greater Miami announces the
following schedule for this Sun-
day: At Woodlawn Cemetery,
Jewish Section, services will be-
gin at 10 A. M. with Rabbis Si-
mon April, Moses Mescheloff
and Max Shapiro participating.
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will
be present at the Temple Israel
plot in Woodlawn at 2 P. M.
Mount Nebo Cemetery. West
Flagler at 54th Avenue, services
at 11 A. M. with Rabbi Irving
I Lehrman and Cantor Emanuel
Balkan officiating. Graceland
Park. Temple Israel Section.
I Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will be
i present at 3 P. M. At the City
Cemetery, N. E. 2nd Avenue at
19th Street, Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Abraham Friedman
will participate in the services
at 11:30 A. M.
lays Blaustein
Women's Chapters succeeding
Mrs. Louis Osinsky of Daytona
Beach.
The hundred delegates repre-
N< York (JTA)Jacob Blau- senting 14 Florida lodges chose
lein, i 'lairman of the Budget Morrice Uman of Tampa as
' n Committee of the' state president. Other officers
ouncil of Jewish Federations chosen were: Jack Kapner of
(id Welfare Funds, reiterated ; West Palm Beach. Abe Gross of
h: k that a majority of the Tallahassee, and Lew Katz of
lembers of that committee fa- I Orlando, vice-presidents; Harry
ov the National Advisory Bud- : Moskowitz of Lakeland, trcas-
an which is being sub- urer, and Leonard Cooperman of
"it": to the member communi- : St. Petersburg, secretary. Lieut.
the Council. i Col. Elry Stone, of Miami. Al
In a statement commenting on Block of Tallahassee, and Bar-
iin raised several days ney Cohen of Orlando, were
go by the group opposing na- I named trustees. State Hillel
fonal budgeting Mr Blaustein chairman is Dr. Mathew Dros-
lei-l;,: I doff, Gainesville; A. D. L. chair-
['" is apparent that the oppo- ; man- Ernest Maas, Tampa.
*U"ii committee has misread or1 Highlights of the convention
jjisinterpreted both as to con- included plans for intensifying
tnt and record of votes an in- youth activities, substantial sup-
' 'port which was present- I Poft to the Hillel programs and
i i l l i ill... v. I V^ V* (l.i. UUI .
person under 26 who joined the gandists.
der for 5,000 copies of the "Pro-
tocols of Zion" with a local
printer, and Col. Eugene Sanc-
tuary and a sprinkling of anti-
Semitic and pro-fascist propa-
Lodge would pay only half the
dues of $7.50. The Constitution
and By-Laws Committee an-
nounced that each member
would receive a copy of the by-
laws by mail and that members
would be asked for their com-
ments at an early meeting. The
The addresses were devoted to
the usual attacks on Jews, Roo-
sevelt, the present administra-
tion and other favorite topics of
the "hate" groups. John G.
Scott, editor of the publication
"Money," which is devoted to a
"Christian American," told the
in February to the board of i coordination of all inter-faith ac-. Semitic forgery, were placed
1 f^ n a ^ __ 1 A la m & .a I aV 1__H! __ __ 1___________. t jY 1 __ T 1 A 1 \ 1 __-Ilia __ IhT ^. a A T *-- ill a- *^ III *^ V r\ fc llpt
f' Council for its consideration. tivities through the Florida ADL
Pnly five members of the Bud- I office.
pi Research Committee of four- j A B'nai B'rith Youth Mission,
ecu were definitely opposed to headed by Harry Jaffee, of Jack- -
"i' principle of advisory bud- I sonville, was organized for the j sedition trial, it was revealed by tionalist propaganda.
P"ng at that time and
Hoi;
Steering Committee arranged audience, which consisted of
for appointment of new commit- about 125 persons, that the
tees who would get the work of | group led by Christian Fronter
the organization moving. Joe McWilliams and a new
____________________ I group being formed by former
PRriTDPOT C. OF ZTON' radio commentator and Hearst
TC TO RF RFPRTNTFn!writel ypton Close would short-
lb l\J DC, ntrnUllLU|]y amalgamate with the Ameri-
--------1 j can Nationalists.
, NcYork for 5,000 copies of the Proto- the meetjng were -Deport the
cols of Zion, notorious anti: Jews and Negroes," and "End
Immigration into the U. S." The
members of the audience were
urged to organize calls of ten
each among their friends and
with a New York printer last
month by Ernest F. Elmhurst,
one of the defendants in the
since
ne of these five has de-
fa'eci himself in favor of the
'osal. Moreover, a more re-
sm i'"'*' in June reaffirms the
u '"at a majority of the mem-
the Budget Research
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
FEISAL SAYS PALESTINE
SETTLEMENT DUE SOON
Federal government's ill-fated : acquaintances to spread the na-
scdition trial, it was revealed by
the Mayor's Committee on Unity.
The committee warned that'
other hate groups have resumed
their activities in the New York
area, including the so called I
Prorestant War Veterans, which
CONCERN IN LONDON
FELT ABOUT REFUGEES
Jerusalem (JTA)Prince Fei- I is run by Edward James Smythe,
iona a', 1s ln favr of the Na" sal of Saudi-Arabia declared at i
iJ,i ,.A,c!v,'sory Budgeting pro- a press conference in Alexandria I
Pal which is" being" submitted
ine member communities of
"<' t->Kincil.''
'EREMONIES HELD FOR
ORDERED OF LUBLIN
another indicted seditionist.
a press
that during his recent visit in
London he was told that respon-
sible authorities in Britain be-
lieve that the Palestine ques-
tion will be settled very soon.
"This question should have
been settled long ago," the Arab
prince said. He expressed the
hope that "an agreement will
shortly be reached." Prince Fei-
sal is en route to Saudi-Arabia
after attending the San Fran-
cisco Conference and spending
some time in England, in his
disclSed thCt'the fVr- 5M Saudi-Arabian for-
;'"d gas chambers have e'6n minister.
i\eVC''>"u'.0,"tcd into a museum
re on ,elics o the victil.is
. '"* Twenty-thousand
Persons gathered in Lublin at
ues commemorating the
persons, most of them
rn-. who
me Na
thi
were murdered by
r- nazu m the Maidanek camp,
bm-,,1 ".Saw radio reports. The
f "aacast diselnspH that tkn fk.
laces
T."n view.
! o m Ccnt'al Trade Unions
WontoH 10n of Poland has
Bie a resolution condemning
Craem.(n'ant'-Jewish riots in
W undoi1rdKdcm.anding a purge
, ndc,sable elements, accord-
P8 to
fecved here.
a report from Warsaw
Jerusalem (JTA)Civil and
military censorship of cables and
letters leaving Palestine will be
terminated the end of this month
and censorship of the local press
will be restricted to "matters af-
fecting the country's security,
Acting High Commissioner John
V. M. Shaw told a conference of
Palestine editors.
LATIN AMERICANS TO
AID EUROPE'S JEWRY
New York (JTORabbi Jo-
seph H. Lookstein, New York
rabbi and community leader who
has just returned to the United
States from a two-month speak-
ing tour for the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee in Argentina,
Brazil and Uruguay, said, that
"the 600,000 Jews in Latin
America are anxious to join
with American Jewry in extend-
ing every possible aid to the im-
poverished Jews in Europe."
Schedule of Religious
Services for Yom Kippur.
Sunday evening and
Monday will be found on
page 8.
London (JTA) Considerable
concern has been aroused in
refugee circles here by a report
in the Times which says that the
British public favors the repa-
triation of refugees because of
the acute housing shortage here.
The Times points out that
many parliamentary candidates
questioned before the elections
favored repatriation of the refu- ]
glees. It also quotes a Home Of- ,
fice statement declaring that the
refugees are here on a tempor-
ary basis, and that the condi-
tions imposed when the refugees
were alowed to come here will
be waived only in exceptional
cases.
Pres. Truman in
Talk to Congress
Washington (JTA)Declaring
that freedom from discrimina-
tion because of race, religion and
color was an "American ideal"
and "one of the fundamentals of
our political philosophy," Presi-
dent Truman in his message to
Congress reiterated his recom-
mendation that the Fair Employ-
ment Practice Committee be
placed on a permanent basis by
Congressional enactment.
"During the years of war pro-
duction," said the President's
message, "we made substantial
progress in overcoming many of
the prejudices which had re-
sulted in discrimination against
minority groups. Many of the
injustices based upon considera-
tions of race, religion, and cjlor
were removed. Many were pre-
vented. Perfection was not
reached, of course, but substan-
tial progress was made.
"In the reconversion period
and thereafter, we should make
every effort to continue this
American ideal. It is one of the
fundamentals of our political
philosophy, and it should be an
integral part of our economy.
The Fair Employment Practice
Committee is continuing during
the transition period. I have al-
ready requested that legislation
be enacted placing the Fair Em-
ployment Practice Committee on
a permanent basis. I repeat that
recommendation."
Amsterdam (JTA)Rosh Has-
honah services held in syna-
gogues throughout Holland for
the first time since the libera-
tion of the country from the
Germans presented a gjoomy
picture of Jewish survival in the
Netherlands. In the H a g u e,
where 17,000 Jews lived before
the war, only 1,500 survived to
attend the New Year services.
COHEN IS COUNSELLOR
OF U. S. STATE DEPT.
Washington (JTA)Benjamin
V. Cohen has been nominated
counsellor of the State Depart-
ment by President Truman, and
his name was sent to the Senate
for confirmation.
Mr. Cohen was previously as-
sociated with Mr. Byrnes in the
Office of War Mobilization and
Reconversion, and has a long
record of service in the govern-
ment under the late President
Roosevelt. When Byrnes became
Secretary of State he appointed
Cohen a special assistant. Cohen
accompanied him to the Pots-
dam Conference, and is now in
London to attend the forthcom-
ing meeting of foreign minis-
ters.
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PERSONALS
Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten has
left for Toledo. Ohio, where she
will attend the double unveiling
of her parents* monument. From
there she will no to Rochester,
Minnesota, where she will en-
ter the Mayo Clinic (or treat-
ment.
Mrs. Aaron Parr wishes to
thank her many friends for their
thoughtfuiness during her rec< nl
Illness. She is now recovering at
the home of her mother. Mrs.
Jeanette Good, Mr. Kan had re-
cently received his Honorable
Discharge form the service. He
was stationed at Camp Gordon.
Georgia.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin,
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Adele, to Sgt. Paul
Katz I the U. S. Marines. The
wedding took place Saturday
evening, September 1. at the
U. S. Naval Hospital. Bethesda,
Md.. with Chaplain Jacobson, of
the U S. Navy officiating. The
bride is a graduate of Miami
Senier High school, and attend-
ed ti-.i University of Miami for
three years before enlisting her
s e r v i c e s with the WAVES,
where shi is serving as corps-
man in the Medical Division at
the Bethesda Hospital. She was
a m mb. of the Beth David
Sundi S 100I faculty. The
grot son of Mrs. Rose
Katz, of the Bronx. N Y. The
couph ..: expected to arrive in
Miami rtly for an extended
hoiu > n.
wiiorc sne wm emer uie uni-
versity of Missouri. Miss Ger-
Stein plans to major in journal-
ism.
Mrs. Nat Roth returned this
week after a month's vacation.
After spending some time at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Hi/-
nadine Tucker, Huntsville, Ala..
Mrs Roth, accompanied by Mrs.
Tucker, visited New York where
thev staved at the San Moritz
Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad
and family returned from their
vacation Sunday.
John Mantel] returned to the
city after spending some time
with has wife in Baltimore, Md.
Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald
columnist, was guest speaker at
the Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club held at the Strand
restaurant on Wednesday.
THE LEAR SCHOOL
RE-OPENS OCTOBER FIRST
Registration Week of September 24th
First G rade Thru High SchoolCo-Ed Boarding Day School
Afternoon Recreation Large Private Pool and Swimming and Premises
.0 West Avenue Mil I Phone 5-0606
IDA R. LEAR Director
"THE PALESTINE
PROBLEM"
a remarkable pictorial record of the progress already
made toward a Jewish Homeland in the latest
u
March of Time"
ON THE SAME PROGRAM
JACK OAEIE PEGGY RYAN JOHNNY COY
"On Stage. Everybody"
FRIDAY THRU MONDAY. SEPT. 14-17
LINCOLN-MIAMI
and CAPITOL
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Silver-
in, 1034 Michigan Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, are the parents of a
girl, Nanette Ruth, who
is born August 20.
Mr. and Mrs. George Prussoff,
1753 S. W. llth Terrace, .!-
nounce the birth laughter,
Linda Lee. born August 15.
: Mr. and Mrs Al Weiss, 1860
5 W. 14th Ti innounce the
birth of a daughter. Melva Sue,
: on September 4
Mr. and Mr- Murray Deblin-
Pennsylvania Avenue.
B n n o u r. > e the
:.. Ronald Arthur.
n Saturday, S tei r 8 at the
St Frances Hospital. Mrs. Dcb-
former Joan Gold-
of this city. Her parents.
Mi and Mrs. Harry Fields, are
th< proprietors of the New Pi-
: Hotel.
Zelig Hirsch has returned to
his home, 645 Lenox Avenue.
Beach, after a seven-
week vacation spent with rela-
in Mt. Vernon, New York.
HERBERT'S RESTAURANT
2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Operated l>y David and Plorenc
Johnson's Flakier Street Store .
Moderate Pricei Herbert'* f
~\. I ler Formerly nt Howar.i
Serving American Jewish Meals at
preme Ice Cream made on premises,
All Meals Prepared Under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb
* of Miami Beach
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
The Family of the late
MAX RITAS
Thank their many friends
for the kind expressions
of condolence during
their recent bereave-
ment
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eiscnstein
eft Thursday for St. Louis to
spend the holidays with their
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Segall, 631
N E. 57th Street, have announc-
ed tii'' engagement of their
', daughter, Adele. to Maj. Jack
M. Levin, son of Mrs. H. A. Le-
vin, Atlanta, and the late Mr.
Levin.
Miss Segall, the daughter of
la pioneer Miami family, is a
: graduate of the University of
! Miami where she was a member
of the Sigma Helta Fi national
honorary Spanish fraternity of
which she was treasurer and
\ ice-president. She was the first
national queen of the Jewish
Wai Veterans of the I". S. and
went as an official delegate to
I the Worlds Fair.
The bride-elect has studied
dramatics since she was a child
and recently under Mrs. William
V. Little. She took the Hid
Cross nurses aide course at
John Hopkins hospital and has
worked in both army and civi-
ian hospitals here.
Major Levin is a graduate of
the Emory University Medical
school and is a member of the
Phi Delta Kpsilon medical fra-
ternity. He served three years
residency at the Henry Grady
Memorial hospital in Atlanta
and practiced general medicine
and surgery before entering the
service four and a half years
ago.
He recently returned from 40
nths overseas where he was
assistant chief of surgery in the
248th General hospital in New
Guinea which received a presi-
dential unit citation for service
during the Papuan campaign. He
served through the East
Indies camp.nun. He is now st-
tioned at the Lawson General
hospital in Atlanta.
Mis S. A. Leslie, president of
the Miami Chapter of the Worn- j
en's Division of the American
Jewish Congress, lias returned
lome alter a trip to New Or- |
leans, Atlanta and New York.
While in New York city, Mrs.
.eslie attended a National Board
meeting of the Women's Divi-
Sion and heard Hie report by i
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wise who j
have just returned from a visit
i E trope. Mis. Wise elaborated ,
cm the projects for the rehabili- I
tat ion of the war orphans in ',
which tin' Women's Division en-
Mrs. Leslie will Rive a
lull report at a forthcoming
meeting of the organization.
Mr, and Mrs. David Kanner,
222\ S. W. 3rd street, celebrated
the Rosh Hashona Holidays with
D: and Mrs. Randolph Shevach
at their home. 3426 Prairie Ave-
nue. Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
and daughter. Joy. will leave to-
day to spend the Yom Kippur
holidadys with relatives and
friends in Orlando. Accompany-
ing them will be Mrs. Helen
Bihar who will visit her mother.
The party will return home
Tuesday.
Max Kupferstein is spending
the holidays In New York with
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fried-
man. 1037 29th Avenue, have
just returned after a six-week
vacation in the north, staying
at the Hotel New Yorker, New
York City.
Mrs. Marcie Coverman will
leave Thursday for New York
where she will await the return
of her husband, Sgt. Hy Cover-
man, who is expected momen-
tarily to arrive in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Morns GemJ
2321 S. W. 2:-, Street. S3
the engage:,, nt of their dauS
ter, Muriel, to Ensign David
sen son of Mrs Anna fcJ
1215 Meridian Avenue, JfiS
Beach. Botn l..mines are fn-a.
eiiy of Pittsburgh and now nil
their home here. Miss Gerstu
|.a .graduate of Miami Hi*
School and attended Miami uS
versity and Walsh Busmen
.School. She served as vice-pre*
dent and is a member of the ft I
: Beta Sorority. Ensign Rosa
! graduated from Miami Bead
i HiRh school and entered the 1
IV-12 Government Educatioi
! program. During this period he
attended the \
1 Carolina, at Chapel Hill, Xotn I
I Dame and the Communicatioa ,
I School at Harvard. He has bw I
in service for two years and *
I ceived his commission in Ma.it
; At the present time he is n
; leave awaiting further ordei
: No date has been set for tin
wedding.
Mrs. Ruth Metsky is now re-
siding with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N.
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach.
Her husband. Lt. Robert M.
Metsky, has been sent to the
Pacific. While in Seattle. Lt.
Metsky met the Alpert's son,
Robert, who is stationed at Pu-
get Sound Navy Yard.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. ":1s
left by plane Thursday for Net
York to spend the holidays with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harts-
horn. Belle Isle apartments. Mi-
ami Bead-,, expect to leave Sept.
14 for a two-week visit in Mexi-
co City and Havana. Cuba.
Dr. Charles Werblow has been
released front the armed forces
and will reopen his offices for '
private practice of medicine at
suite 503, Mercantile Bank ,
Building. Miami Beach.
HOLLYWOOD JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
Deiires tervices of teacher for
Sunday School and Hebrew daises.
Apply to Mrs. Marion Simons. P.
O. Box 1164. Hollywood. Florida.
ROOM FOR RENT
Nice large room, modern
home in northwest section.
For one or two people. 178
N. W. 44th Street. Miami.
APT. TO SHARE
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1945
o-
wish Community Will Be Host]
\o National Leaders in November
our fellow Jews in Europe and
recognizes that this condition
can be remedied only through a
beneficent program of recon-
struction and rehabilitation not
only for men of the Jewish faith
but for men of all faiths. This
program should be sponsored bv
the United Nations and should
have the support of all Amer-
icans. The tolerant provisions
of the United Nations Charter
merit the hope and confidence
that under democratic rule the
uprooted victims of Nazi aggres-
sion should expect the earliest
feasible repatriation or resettle-
ment under the best possible
conditions. Numerous localities
must be found throughout the
world where resettlement can
be effected under favorable aus-
pices. Palestine, due to its splen-
did accomplishments, s ho u 1 d
continue to be one of the many
places where resettlement
should be fostered. Any hope-
ful future for Jews in Palestine
necessarily depends upon the
ultimate establishment of a
democratic government there,
in which Jews, Moslems, and
Christians shall be justly repre-
sented and not by the creation
of a Jewish national state. Men
and women of the Jewish faith
in America are nationals of this
country and no other country.
*Jenisti ncridfiaun
PAGE THREE
sesing J- Rosenwald, na-
al president of the American
jncil for Judaism, and Rabbi
Borger, its director, will
l>ak to the Greater Miami com-
initv in November on the aims
purposes of the Council, fol-
ng an invitation which was
tended by the South Florida
lapter at its recent meeting at
Strand Restaurant.
)r. Carl N. Herman, Rabbi of
Uple Israel of West Palm
tech, Florida, was the princi-
\\ speaker. He emphatically
[ted that the assertion of Jew-
nationalism was an age-old
in about which Jewry had
ten been divided. He maintain-
that the basis for unity
jiongst Jews was religion and
Jews consider themselves
onals of those countries in
,1, they live.
llir aims and purposes of the
iuncil are set forth in a state-
nl issued by Herbert U. Fei-
inu.n, chairman of the Scope
bd Program Committee. Mr.
eibihnan said:
"The Council is in deep sym-
atliv with the tragic plight of
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Weddinai EnquqerrvertiA
BETH JACOB LADIES
PLAN FOR SUCCOTH
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON
was chosen to head the newly
formed local chapter of the
American Council for Judaism.
MEMBERSHIP TEA
IS BEING PLANNED
More than 200 relatives and
friends were present to witness
the marriage of Miss Shirley
Boxer to Pvt. Calvin Pont on
September 11 at the home of the
bride's mother, 2144 S. W. 22nd
Terrace. Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiated and the bride was
given in marriage by her grand-
father, Sam Greenspan. Mrs.
Pont chose her sister, Norman-
dine, as her bridesmaid while
the groom's brolhe r, Harold
Pont, acted as best man. Out-
of-town guests included Mrs.
Clara Mazer, of Birmingham,
Alabama, aunt of the groom; Mr.
and Mrs. William Greenspan, St.
Louis, uncle and aunt of the
bride, and an old friend of the
family, Mr. Sam Freedman, also
of St. Louis. Upon their re-
turn from the honeymoon the
couple will reside at the Abbey
hotel, Miami Beach.
At the first board meeting of
the New Year held by the Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, plans were
announced for a Succoth party
to be given on Wednesday eve-
ning, September 26, at the syna-
gogue. The board meeting was
held at the home of the presi-
dent, Mrs. J. Hirsch, 564 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach.
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At a recent meeting of the
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tive Relief Society of Denver,
plans for a membership tea and
a dinner-donor dance were an-
nounced by the president, Mrs.
Rose Levey. The tea will be
held on Wednesday, October 10
at two o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Alex Scott, 1791 S. W. 16th
Terrace. Members and friends
are invited. Miami chairman is
Mrs. Ida Gordon and Miami
Beach chairman, Mrs. Gladys
Auslander. The dinner-donor
dance will be held during the
spring season. About forty per-
sons attended the meeting held
at the Majestic hotel, Miami
Beach, on Monday, Sept. 10.
Tel Aviv (JTA)The "Yishuv
Education Committee," consist-
ing of representatives of all Jew-
ish parties, met here and issued
a statement welcoming the ap-
pointment by the Colonial Of-
fice of a commission to investi-
gate the administrative machin-
ery of the Jewish school sys-
tem in Palestine. The commit-
tee said it would extend all pos-
sible assistance and cooperation
to the investigation body.
Eliahu Dobkin. immigration
chief of the Jewish Agency, told
a press conference that 1,600 im-
migrants had entered Palestine
in August.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoeh-
hauser, of Rankin, Pittsburgh,
Pa., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Geraldine
Hochhauscr Bear, to Rabbi Er-
nest Greenfield, of Hollywood,
California, on September 2, at
the home of their cousins. Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Friedman. Los
Angeles. The wedding is
planned for December.
Lt. and Mrs. Max George Stein
were married June 1 in Phila-
delphia, Pa. The former Miss
Miriam Ruth Kauffir.ann is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
A. Kauffmann 1631 S. W. 13th
Street, and her husband's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Stein, Indianapolis. Ind.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Miss Elma Bernice Kauff-
mann, and Mrs. H. David Imber
acted as matron of honor.
Mrs. Stein attended Philadel-
phia schools, Miami Senior High
school, and Walsh Business
school. She is a member of Tri
Beta sorority, having served as
president.
A graduate of Indiana univer-
sity, Lt. Stein is a member of
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and
Phi Eta Sigma honorary frater-
nity. He served overseas with
I the 453rd Bombardment Group
and is now awaiting his dis-
charge from the army.
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Miss Shirley A.
Robins, Newton Centre. Mass.,
and Lt. Allan E. Lipkin. USA.
Miss Robins is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Robins,
Newton Centre: Lt. Lipkin. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S.
Lipkin, Miami Beach and Bos-
ton.
S/Sgt. Jack Evans was mar-
ried to Miss Rhoda S ten berg
Wednesday evening at the Pier-
re hotel, New York. Rabbi Israel
Goldstein officiated and a recep-
tion followed.
Sgt. Evans is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Evans, owners
of the Hotel Evans in Loch Shel-
drake, N. Y., and the Sea Gull
Pool and Canaba club in Miami
Beach.
Miss Steinberg is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Steinberg of Elizabeth, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and
their daughter, Cornelia, have
gone to Brooklyn for a visit with
relatives. They live at 4312
Royal Palm Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick.
left Friday by plane for New
York city. They will return Sep-
tember 25.
Sam Elgison will return next
week from Monticello. N. Y. to
his home, 353 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER


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. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
1 Year, $3.00
Six Months, $2.00
2 Years. S5.00
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1!>45
TISHRI 7. 5706
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 37
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
Digest of the mail received at Jewish I
Floridian post Office box.
"TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
MMfy Confidential
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
The liberation of the world, signalized by the occupation
at last of ihe full territories of Japan, was further symbolized by
the fact that for the first time in a greai many years the Jewish
synagogues throughout the world were able to freely observe
the high holy days.
The two most significant aspects of the observance of the
holidays this year were, first their wide observance and sec-
ondly, the seemingly conspicious part which American Jewish
troops played in these observances.
Reports from all corners of the globe show that the pres-
ence of American Jewish soldiers were a marked feature of the
observance.
In Pans, the synagogues of course had many French Jews, j
but American Jewish soldiers made up a not insignificant part
of the congregation. This is perhaps a symbol and an omen ,
of the great part which American Jewry will play in world,
Jewish life in the future. The presence of so many American j
Jewish soldiers must have been reassuring to the French Jews.
In faraway Guam, the military authorities ordered a huge |
hangar converted into a temporary synagogue, and Christian
comrades of the Jewish soldiers cheerfully helped in preparing
the structuie for the purposes of Jewish worship This too is a
very propitious and characteristically American gesture. It is
a sign of the times that is cheering and proves anew that the
old American spirit is still strong despite the hate preaching ele-
ments which in reality constitute but a fragment of the people.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
AN OPEN LETTER
lay, Sept 1945
. urk:
::.
".' ning. th
S >
leal
ru w
evening
: -. f the i
l i

st .. lat n
... liv<
tions of
I
iis N< a
Yeai '. an ent
. nd mosl c rt< inl>
irth I .;.> J( '. intil
I days ... was
...
fact :' the earth Ti us, the
ten n Jews n g in
th Idtod is tht
ol i in entire liveson ...
all of us are free iron, once
again we can walk without lear,
without wondi when the
wave : '. ill us.
However, with* our fret
responsibility. F >i
the law I compensation is ever
working, w cannot expect now
to relax with the feeling that
all of I'.;:1 troubles are over, the
task of living is a continuous
fightin our case, a desperate
fight against those forces in
America and throughout the
world who are only waiting for
the oh a nee to again create
hatred, bigotry, and make olass
rise against olass and relic ''
linsl religion. To fight thCse
forces, there must be organiza-
tion. Fortunately for us. one of
the most potent weapons against
these vicious forces is the anti-
d e f a m a t 1 o n league of B'nai
B'rith, an organization that
MUST grow in scope with the
peace in order to help, among
other things, to plan the educa-
tional polices of our schools so
that intolerance and class hatred
will be outlawed from this land
of ours Yes. we who are B'nai
B'riths should be happy for the
part we are doing in this battle.
BUT we should not be doing it
with a minority of our Jewry.
It is. therefore, with real sat-
isfaction Harold, that I under-
stand you are taking up the
task of creating new lodges and
increasing membership of B'nai
B'riths in the state of Florida.
This task is part of one of the
most important post-war prob-
lems we have to tackle.
Incidentally, 1 think you will
:.: lh.it th< 5t< p
:. igui ated in I
- : lodges 1 Miami
v B< ... ." is .: siep in
: ght direction, and I hoj
: .- the timi thi n \; N< *
shall be
that B'nai Brit
'.' Bi
.. : 2500.
luck in
.. '. an I
C iialh v iui s,
VID R. ISEN
[1 ight to oui at-
I. thai I the wives
B'nai B'rith rs are
ssion that they
ally r..i mix rs of,
the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary be-
....- :' their husbar I
b< : -: ip in thi Ige. This is in-'
The members of the
n s auxiliary ol B'nai B'rith
must join tl t < ... i ation sep-
arately regardless of whethei
thei husl an Is .. < B'r...: B
or not, so thoa
not know this would do
to call the B'nai B'i th Hice, 3-
3606, and n tifj thei
intention of ining tl
en's auxiliary. It -
that the auxili
that there wiU bv nearly ai
many m< ml i rs in tl
ration as thi .-. B'na
B'rith itself.
for the
London reveals that the Greek
, Government has approved a de- '
! cree providing that properties of
i Greek Jews exterminated during
! the war and unclaimed by legal
; heirs are to be utilized for the
rehabilitation of the Jews survi-
ving in Greece. Chaplain ;
Max B. Wall, of New York, a \
graduate of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America, and a
member of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, conducted
the first Rosh Ha-Shana services
to be held openly in Munich
since the Nazis came to power.
. Over 129.000 pounds of Ko-
sher food were shipped to the
uprooted Jewish refugees in Eu-
rope since Y-E Day by the
Refugee Immigration Division
of Agudath Israel Youth Coun-
cil of America.
The American Zionist Em-
ergency Council in coopera-
tion with related groups an-
nounce the Second Annual Es-
say Contest for Youth, on
Palestine. During the first
nine months of 5705 the agen-
cies receiving their American
support through the United
Palestine Appeal spent a total
of S22.870.639 for the develop-
ment and upbuilding of the
Jewish National Home and the
resettlement there of large
numbers of Jewish immigrants,
from Europe. More than
1600 Reform. Conservative
Orthodox rabbis throughout
the nation appealed to the
Jews of the United States for
unprecede nted support of
large-scale relief and rehabili-
tation overseas and the up-
building ol Palestine to bring
about ihe reconstruction of the
shattered lives of the surviving
Jews of Europe, as the begin-
ning of the Jewish New Year
5706 ushered in an intensive
nation-wide campaign in be-
half of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees. Overseas
Needs and Palestine.
Florida's Centennial has been
the theme ol the
King Orange Jamboree paradi
Y Eve, it -
tl veek b> President
G >rg E. Whitten i I I
itte< ... The "job-
: [Selective
Servici main in full and
| registrants ages 18
25, I I Si m ..1 Col-
lins. State D::eel i ol Select
Si : vice. An electi ic pow r
unit and vari us supplies valued
in : I th asar I I illars,
ipped to Birobidjan,
the Ji A .'. n mi us Region
Soviet Fai East, by the
American B C ::--it-
tee.
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein,
New York rabbi and com-
munity leader who has just re-
turned to the United Sjites
from a two-month speaking
tour for the Joint Distribution
Committee in Argentina. Bra-
zil and Uruguay, said last
week that the 600.000 Jews
in Latin America are anxious
to join with American Jewry
in extending every possible
aid to the impoverished Jews
in Europe." This week the
UNRRA authorized the VAAD
HATZALA to send 70.000
pounds of clothing to Poland.
The .-i. :.
organization : i tl
B< a h B'nai B ntl
place at the V ..
er 11. The turn at .
gi i a< that thi: v v ere not ei
si its to go around
1" I st
gratulated on the :':'.
speed .. ith ru
the mooting. It was a pli
the participation of :
'" ::'- all nd thi
way in which decisi m were
quickly reached.
The new lodge is going to be
called the Miami Beach Lodge
ot Bnai B'rith.
Citj JTA Bess
n, a 2'.-year-old J.
m New York City, was
Miss America. 1945.''
the judges had
from
. mntry.
MIZRACHI TO DISCUSS
JOINING WORLD Z. O.
Jerusalem tJTA> The ques-
SB,.o' whether the Mizrachi
World Oiganization should par-
ticipate in the present coalition
executive of the World Zionist
Organization will be discussed
at the forthcoming world con-
ference of the Mizrachi, it was
announced here.
RABBI KAPLAN SAYS
ORTHODOX AFRAID
JTA Condemn-
I the herem. which
.aimed against him bv
"-.. n of Orthodox Rabbis
as an attempt by the
iox rabbinate to use force
ns ol keeping the Jew-
religion alive, R..bbi Mor-
deeai M. Kaplan, leader ol the
Reconstructionist movement,
charged this week that the Or-
thodox rabbis took this drastic
action because they see their
powerful position in the Jewish
community challenged by the
Conservative rabbinate.
The burning ol his revised
prayer book and the attack on
the entire Reconstructionist
movement, charged this week
that the Orthodox rabbis took
NEW YEAR GREETINGS____
We're sorry that our first column of the new year
pessimistic in tone. Domestic Fascism until wes**?*
scured by the headlines from the battlefields is liitina t *
and shamelessly baring its ugly face Today's col "**
fleets a somber panorama. The only way to ch""111*
complexion is to expose the source of the darkness '
THE PICTURE.....
Let's face the facts Anti-Semitic incident*, are o a. I
increase throughout the country Brooklyn and the I?
N. Y., report gang beatings of Jewish youngsters and extra
lax police protection, not to mention negligence of police ac
after the deed. From Boston comes information concern!!!
the desecration of a Jewish cemetery. ... In Springfield S
city of the widely overpublicized Springfield Plan, the wnc
of a synagogue and of a Jewish Center were smashed recertt
. Summer resorts in Northern Michigan have witnessed d
Semitic riots. ... In Philadelphia and vicinity beatings of!
ish kids occur regularly. And the same complaints read
us from Newark, N. J. These incidents are perhaps not ml
serious when viewed singly. ... It is true that the physical^
juries inflicted on the victims are minor, and 'he property dan
age not very large. ... But there is a pattern--an identical pa,
tern- used by the culprits. And this pattern, whether eg
tain timed Jewish souls admit it or not is one of definite reliqioo I
and political anti-Semitism. Still more significant is this
In the localities where these incidents occur the police and
press insist on calling these anti-Semitic onscughts "hoodlio
ism" and "youthful pranks." ... So let's resolve to call a spcdi
a spade in this new year of 5706, and to label these incipien
pogroms as what they are. The only way to destroy aaj.
Semitism is to fight it in the open. .
MORE OF THE SAME____
The first "New Year card" we received this season wo
an interesting one. ... It was addressed to Jew Phineas I.
Biron, c o The Sentinel, Chicago. The card reads as tt
lows:
Phone 6-8411
J. B. Stoner
Ku Klux Klan Organizer
204 Temple Court Bldg.
Office Hours: Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.
11:30 A M. to 1:30 P.M. 3:30 to P PM
Chattanooga 2, Tenn.
Mr. Stoner is operating openly, it would seem. As a mails
of fact, he is preparing to run for public office on his KKK rec-
ord. Attention, district attorneys in New York and Chicago:
Those brand new copies of "the Protocols of the Elders d
Zion" (the foulest anti-Semitic propaganda ever concocted
that are now being distributed in your cities are being spx
sored by the Gentile Cooperative Association, with headquaft
ers in Chicago. .
WARNING____
No, Victor Riesel is not exaggerating when he warns
that a gigantic political campaign by the old American-FirsW
is on the way. John T. Flynn and Upton Close have alreaaf
begun a national smear campaign against the memory d
Franklin D. Roosevelt. They will try to hammer into th
heads of millions of Americans a fantastic tale that RooseveH
as the tool of international Jewish bankers, was responsible fa
the war, the dead, the mained and the jobless. After Flyna
Close & Co. will have their propaganda going Gerald K. Smffl
will inaugurate his political campaign, which will leature Huef
Long's share-the-wealth proposals, the Townsend plan, and a
course Father Coughlin's "Social Justice" principles. Snm
Flynn, Close & Co. believe that the country will go for t
all-out prosperity and pension program hook, line and sink*
. No Riesel is not exaggerating. .
TRANSATLANTIC____
Here's an exclusive flash: The British Labor Government!
statement on Palestine, due within sixty days, will call l0r*'
ternational Zionist protests. The political formula the Atuee
men are preparing will be a most tragic disappointment
those Zionist leaders who have been proclaiming that the J
ish commonwealth is just around the corner. How c
by the way. that the Mufti of Jerusalem is not listed arnng_j
war criminals to be tried? The Mufti is in Allied handsb^
his record as a finger man for the Nazis in Yougoslavia is
ed by incontrovertible evidence. How about it Mr- 'ac
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
Sam Jacobson of Nova Scotia writes us thct r.^is rec-^
sponsor a book on the contribution made by Jewish, sc. J
to the discovery of the atomic bomb. ... He is looking ^
good scientific author who knows how to write for o ^
reading public. Which reminds us that Winchell revea^
the other day that our State Department plans to tun' ^
atom bomb production to the Du Ponts. Say it cunt-
Byrnes ....
this drastic action because they the Orthodox rabbis_ha ^^
M their powerful position in renounced the "i
the Jewish community challeng- obedience to rabbin,e, r0crat*
ed by the Conservative rabbi- which is not b
nate.
The burning of his revised
prayer book and the attack on
consent.'' chart*
Rabbi Kaplan a^so ^
that the same -sPir:L religio"5
the entire Reconstructionist i doxy is stilling Jew*J!i plitul
movement. Rabbi Kaplan asserts [ growth in Palestine anu-^ fV
in a 30-page pamphlet delend- the community inW\heinas." *
ing his views, was occasioned by "hurl bans and
the Orthodox rabbi's hope that
they could in that manner
damage the entire Conservative
branch ol Jewry. The use ol the
one another and those ^ tf9rB
test religion and a
which they still m
herem, he continues, implies that' ism."
creation ol hypoc
critical



JIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1945
*Jewish Ftcridlgan
PAGE FIVE
I!

FRIEDMAN VICE PRES.
! STATEJpERATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
aic and a full time, paid direc-
,? will be employed. Jesse Fine,
strict Grand Lodge president,
Id Julius Fisher, District
fend Lodge secretary, were
fesent ut the convention. Mil-
Friedman was toastmaster
final affair.
Women's Auxiliary of
B'rith, which held their
. Convention simultaneous-
chose Mrs. L. Ossinsky, Day-
na as Councillor, who also is
tn'ing president; Mrs. Louis
olJnian, Daytona, first vice-
i [ent; Mrs. H. Moskovits,
ik. 'and, second vice-president;
is H. Rubin, Orlando, secre-
.- Mrs. Harry Katz, treasurer,
[rs. B. Hyman, Ft. Lauder-
ilc historian. Mrs. Tillie Ro-
nthal. of Miami Beach, in-
alled the officers.
tin
the
The
raai
LADIES OF BEACH
CENTER TO MEET
The next regular meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood will be held Tues-
day, September 18, at 8:30 P. M.
at the clubroom in the Morse
Arcade on Hollywood Boulevard.
IN THE MAIL BOX
September 11th, 1945
Mr. Fred Shochet,
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Fla.
Dear Mr. Editor:
The meeting'will be oTpwtU I i VSuSS7. mU- '^"Sr1^ by
cular interest to newcomers, to the- art,cle on Rosh Hashono
whom an invitation to attend is
extended.
Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, president
of the organization, will speak
about the aims and purposes of
the Center and the part played
by the Ladies' Auxiliary.
Mrs. Lillian Hauser, program
committee chairman, will out-
line the schedule of events for
the coming season. Activities
will include book reviews, lec-
tures by persons prominent in
their particular fields of endeav-
and the Synagogue" by Julius
L. Weil, in your Rosh Hashono
issue.
I am intrigued because he
makes a plea for attendance at
synagogues and the centrality of
the synagogue, but then for
some mysterious reason, brings
in all the old shibboleth about
Reform synagogues.
I am afraid that Mr. Weil,
whoever he is, does not know or
cares to understand, the char-
DR. COLEMAN BACK WARSAW BUTCHER
FOR DENTAL PRACTICE BEING QUESTIONED
Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Miami
Beach dentist, has returned to
civilian life from the army medi-
cal corps, and will resume the
general practice of dentistry and
oral surgery. He is opening of-
fices at 337 Lincoln road.
He entered the army in 1942,
and held the rank of captain. He
San Francisco (JTA)Joseph
Meisinger, the "Butcher of the
Warsaw Ghetto," who was cap-
tured last week by five Amer-
icans in Japan, was questioned
this week by American military
authorities in Yokohama, the
Tokyo radio reported.
Charged with murdering 100,-
The new auxiliary president, I announced shortly.
acter of the Reform synagogue.
or and various adult and vouth "?11>icither 'gnorant or willfully
groups. Specific dates will be m"1.'ous, or is making a dema-
Goldman, announces that
ure plans include the raising
M funds to assist in the work
M the state A. Z. A. and Hillel
p ps. Committees are being
Sppo'mted and plans made for
p ar work, while war serv-
ice will still continue.
Regular meetings of the or-
ganization are held the first and
third Tuesday of each month.
dent of the fifth district B'nai
B'rith who gave the main ad-
dress of the dinner.
He also suggested that B'nai
The district officer visited Mi- B'rith assume leadership in
mi and were tendered a din- working for better relations and
c: by Sholem Lodge at the Mi- I tolerance among persons of all
ii Woman's Club last Wednes-
j:i\. Louis Heiman was chair-
man.
faiths.
Nat Roth, chairman of the
War Services committee of the
All-out effort to assist conval-1 Greater Miami lodge, reported
veterans and returning on the committee's activities
I adjusting themselves to during the war.
ivilian life was urged by Jesse ------------------------------
in. of Baltimore, Md., presi-1 Buy More War Bonds.
hub
ITOUBY
I PAINTING
lea
gogic appeal one which he
thinks will endear him to the
greatest number of readers.
Had Mr. Weil not been so
eager to write so glibly, he
would have investigated the
work being done by the Com-
mission on Ceremonies of the
Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis and the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, or easier still for him, he
might have attended a Reform
service. He would find that Re-
form services today are neither
"churchlike in atmosphere" or
devoid of inspiration. The great-
est tribute to the type of service
the Reform synagogue gives, is
that now, 30 or 40 years after
Reform synagogues have pio-
neered in a service suitable for
American Jewish life, the Con-
servative movement and. to
some extent, the neo-Orthodox
movement, is attempting those
things which Reform first in-
troduced several decades ago.
To my mind, such irrespon-
sibility on the part of a syndi-
cated writer is inexcusable.
Sincerely yours,
SAUL B. APPELBAUM,
Rabbi
was assigned to Wakeman gen- 000 Jews in the Warsaw ghetto
eral hospital, Atterbury, Ind., between 1939 and 1941, Meis-
and specialized in plastic and singer disclaimed responsibility
oral surgery. | and told the American authori-
ties that he was acting only as
a soldier carrying out orders. He
will be placed on trial as a war
criminal.
The five Americans who cap-
tured Meissinger included three
o~ An American correspondents and
t Her a? I W KI VnrW nn i two army officers-Capt. Adolf
Leon Hotel is in New York on | Dressler \{ Phiiadeiphia and
Phyllis Wolfson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wolfson,
won the senior girls singles
championship last Friday by de-
feating Peggy Feightner.
a business trip.
OBITUARIES
DIFTLER
Hyman Dlftler, Bf, died Wednendaj
:ii his home, !'2l' Pennsylvania Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. A retired watch-
maker, he came from Brooklyn nine
years ago. Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Mflka; two sons. pfc. Joseph
\\\. Army, jiinl David, Miami Beach;
a brother, Benpamln, and two sisters,
Mrs. Jennie Friedman and Mrs.
Bsther Thompson, all of Knoxvllle,
Tenn. Services were hilil Friday In
Riverside cbapel, with burial In Ml.
Nebo cemetery.
Capt. Theodore Holwitz of Mil-
waukee.
TOBACK
Mis i.u.-in.- T..i..u-k. :is. ..f i'.tt:.
Kumquat Avenue, Coconul Drove,
died Thursday In a hospital, she
ram.' from Fnyette county, Ala.. 14
years ago. Her husband, Prank, a
daughter, Antoinette, a sou. Louis,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Jen-
kins, all of Miami, and a brother and
sister in Alabama survive. Services
were held Monday at Gordon chapel,
with burial in Mi. Nebo cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher
returned from their vacation.
REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
Formerly of Newark, New Jersey
Is now located
327 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Near Third St., Miami Beach, Fla.
In Freedman's Hebrew Book
Store, you will find a complete
assortment of all religious books
in Hebrew anil Kngllsh .
Torahs, Talaisim, Tfilin. Me-
zuzas, Mentalach, etc.A large
variety of Palestine and Arrleri-
can Hebrew novelties.
An Assortment of New Year
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES
The only store of Its kind in
Florida Also country orders
taken and promptly filled.
3 5000 I
Licensed md Insured Contractors j
669 N.W.4*- Street.
KENHOLZ NOW OPEN
K e n h o 1 z Kosher Meat and
Poultry Market, 415 Espanola
Way, Miami Beach, has reopen-
ed for the tenth year of opera-
tion in Miami Beach. Saul Ken-
holz, proprietor, has just return-
ed with his family from a vaca-
tion spent in New York and vi-
cinity. Prior to coming here he
operated meat markets in Ben-
sonhurst and Bronx, New York,
and was formerly associated
with the Ukor Meat Products
Corporation. The Kenholz Mar-
ket is under the supervision of
the Greater Miami Vaad Haka-
shrus, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky, director.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Tuesday. September 19:
Executive Committee meelinK ot
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
:::i>i> p. m.. Federatl......ffi.-.-.
Wednesday, September 19:
Committee on Community Needs,
8:00 P. M., Federation office.
MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
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CASH BUYERS WAITING
For Quick Action List Your
Property With
ERNEST FULD
Real Estate
CALUMET BUILDING
Phones: 2-05594-0487
Dr. S. Charles Werblow
Announces His Release
from the
Army of the United States
and his return to the
Practice of Medicine
420 LINCOLN ROADSUITE 503
MIAMI BEACH
TELEPHONE 58-1067
DO YOU NEED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK?
If you want a girl for Day Workat a moments
noticeone who is reliable and competentcall
PHONE 2-2648
ALLEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
420 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI BEACH AGENCY
THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGARS
1142 Lincoln Road Phone 5 2728
HAVANA Zippo Lighters. Dunhill Lighter Sets. Kay-
CIGARS woodie Pipes and Fine Tobaccos
"We Ship Anywhere"
OUR SINCERE WISHES TO JEWRY AT LARGE
FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
y
WST FLAGLCR
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West Flagler St. at 37th A v e n u e
*
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Fumigation Moth Proofing Termite Control
Extermination Mildew Proofing Rodent Control
BUG BUSTERS, Inc.
Fully BondedLicensedInsured Operators
Miami Beach. 121 5th St. Ft. Lauderdale, 19831 S. Andrews
5-5276 PHONES 957
If you want Bugs, that's your business
If you don't, that's ours
^g^^Jt^m
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
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
,
INFORMAL RECEPTION
GIVEN BYJ5ISTERHOOD
An informal reception was
tendered by the Sisterhood and
the Men's Club of Temple Israel
last Sunday honoring members
and their families. The board of
both organizations served as
hosts and hostesses.
A special tea table and story-
telling hour arranged for the
children guests was in charge of
Mrs. Lcona Levin and Mrs. Leon
Lichtenstetter assisted by mem-
bers of the men's club.
In the receiving line were Rabbi
and Mrs. Saul Appelbaum, Mt\ Oro-
\iu, Benjamin W. Slote, Jr., Harry
Boy el I, m \ Meisel, Mr*. Ri l>a Bug-
ler Epsti it., i: Max Goldstein. An-
other receiving llni Inclu led past
president remple, Harrj V.
Blmons, I -1 r i'. Ihi Ini in, Louis
Zeientz
iic -- for he on were:
Mrs. M B. Ross, Mr* Harold .- set,
Mrs. Philip WVInMeln, Mrs I. -
Mi ndelso'i, Mrs i. 7.< lent*, Ml -
Prank I 'el 1m in. Al Nevn -.
Mi a Monti Seligr. i, -
vine, who wl
four o'clock N i
remal f tin
-Mr.-. II. HI h \1 Ed*
Oreenwi I Mrs Si H
Mrs, Bi Mis Mai
Joseloff, Mrs. Max OrOVltS, Mrs Ban-
jHTllll! W. SiOt*
Presiding at th* punch bowl* wen
past presidents of Sisterhood and '
wives of Temple board members Mrs
Harry Boyell. Mn M i M M -
Lewis Seligman, Mrs Man
Mrs, Benjamin Vt Sloti Mrs. 1 M
Welnsteln, Mrs i: Max i!
Mrs Harold Spaet, Mrs l
i 'onflrmant ol Israel as
slating, In serving v -~
Joyce Kersln, M -- J ''
Miss Phyllis Ros M v
tin Golden, Miss Belt) M s
Ituili WolkoH -k i Miss
stone, Mi>- Ma I u --
Doris Brown, Miss Greta
Miss Carolvi Gutl
cobs, Marvl K .. -
le> Rlchter
Anal
were made b>
Men's '"lit, rs /
"LI B. Spnet, II.i ry V S
ry Bu
Mr .1 I hi
Slsterhi
Luby, Mrs H n y V. S
Ail"l|.|i \V< Ihi Mrs
1
i. thi
The Lei iol, 1010 Wesl
Avenue, Miami Beach, will
us winter season on October I,
R< .:.-:. : ions will be ace*
Si pti ber 2-i. Mrs.
. : rotor of the school
which has been established here
years.
HOLLYWOOD CLUB TO
HAVE SUMMER MEET
The Ho11.vwo.k1 Kennel club's
46-dav summer victory meeting
-, :., ., prelude of the Kigan-
16 Florida greyhound
,-i ason,
nager, Willia m
S> has the track ready for
.. ffu al schooling races to
St. I F...... and run over a span
- \ n -. >
.....announced the of-
. ... f. ml> with Boyd Rhodes
. pn siding judge; Frank
F i I .....Ii rdale, asso-
m Fenn, pad-
H an, veteran
scales al Biscayne, will
ntee; J, J. "Turk"
Harris .'as racing secre-
l Revi Mass., will be
Hi rtwell, long
..... Syms, will be
rid Bert Berry
the 1 : chart and
luties. Other officials
:..::\ Dundas, kennel mas-
ter: Di I Ki ll< y, veterinar-
ian: .' C Bu n< tt, patrol judge
and E S Si tty" Woodward.
toi i :' n utuels
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
tin- iituli i sinniil. ili'slrlng to cngaKe
In business iimlor tin' fictitious name
of a .v B GARMENT COMPANY,
UOl Inc.. Intends to register said
name ith the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County, Florida.
AARON HERKOWITZ
PAUL WEITZMAN
Attorney fur Applicant
h-10-17-^4-31 !>/7
IN THE I'nl'N'I'Y Jl'lx.K'S Cot'HT
l.\ AN 11 FOR DADE COUNTY.
FI/ORIUA, IN I'llnHATE.
No. 16682
In Re ESTATE OP JENNIEVEVE
M \V r.l.K.NIs Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and .Mi Pi raona
llnvinx Claims < Demands Against
Said Esl He:
\,. i. and each of you, ai e hereby
nut ii led and reuuli I t" prese it any
claims and demands which you, or
either if you, mas line asalnst the
i-xtati of JENNIEVEVE MAY BLEN-
IS, iieci ised late of Dade County,
i i, to the ii"M. w. F. Blanton,
Judge "i Dade County, and
file the name In his office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
i ,. within eight calendar mon'ha
f.....i the date of the first publication
i Said claims or demand i o
i thi Ii l:-i I address of the
i ind !' !" sworn t< and pre-
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
Miami's Blood Rank put out
an urgi nt pit a 1 i doni irs, cit-
ing ;i drop front 100 to only 15
volunteers daily during recent
weeks.
At the same time, said A. J.
deary, director, demands for
blood ha\e continued at a high
level.
aforesaid, or same will bi
See Sei tlon 120 "f the
Ail.
September 12, A. D. 1946.
MAX R, SILVER
nf the Estate of
MAY BLEN'IS
1 deceased.
, d
l'i obati
Date
\- vimi: trator
JENNIEVEVE
M W R SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
'. 14-21-28 10 5
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don't be free with military in-
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And all this with one simple unitall at the
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Servel Gas Refrigerators. It will be ready for you
when peace is won. Already, hundreds of systems
are on test in homes throughout America and
winning enthusiastic praise.
So start planning now for this new modern com-
fort! Start savingbuy War Bonds and Stamps.
PEOPLESsE^^ajjfecoMpAjyY
th
in business ,
Of BNO-CRE.M1-:, 'at"? J!nal"kl
NOTICE 18 IIKP.EHvT^-^
io undersigned i,; i'iiVt*fc
business under th. '."*.' 5
cult Court of i., ."kofa7*,
Attorney for Applies,,
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NOTICE ii HERpoT^-3
In business :,, ... ,,. ;;1- .,1
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of STEVENS
Ponce !>. i.,.,.
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ie with ii,.. tat\
^"name'wlVh'' S,\
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STEVEN 4
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Attest: -V- :
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MYERS & HEIMAN N' *l\
Attornej
W. 62nd Wi*,?| *
County, Pi, ^J
STEVENS MARKET X0 -
By A "I
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STEVENS MARKET SO E-I
By:
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IRVINfl EPSTEIS .
MYERB & HEIMAN :i-
Attorneys : Api
I 1-U4
ELEVENTH jri.lci.M,
OP PLORIPA in v.\p FORDS
COUNTY. IN CHANCEBT "^1
DIANE WIXMAN. 'pis ntlff,
LEO wix.man Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATI0H
TO; LEn W1X.MAN, Vrh .uPBU,
A.l.S Ashvl I, Son
1 "U !,,'! !-!'. Si
your nppeai ., ,. -j,
mil ol '-.. ''4\
ajcalnst you by DIANE UlXM.tX,
ii or befon the 27 i ( Sp;iie
1945, other* i-- [Ions of aH
Iilll ill Ii, .,
you.
DONE AND ORDERED Ml I
'l l] of August. All..
i: Ii LEATHERMAX. "!r:k i
Circuit Co in
B)
U'.M \v ST' ICKING, D. I
if'ircuit Court s,
H IROLD TI'IUC.
Solicitor for Plalnl
MM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '">F THI I
ELEVENTH Jl'DH IRCtBl
OP FLORIDA, IN AND P JOT
COUNTY. IN CHANTERT,
i'.-is.- Sill
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
MAIM' IN CATHERINE M
Plaintiff,
SIMPLICIO T SIORtL D
TO: Sin pllcln T M -'
bans Hotel, n. w rork N
You ;irt- Ii- 1 '" f:! J* |
appearance the Bills ;
Complaint for i1 iW'
at) led cause, on the !i di I Jf
tember, 1945, '-'
feaso \\ : I i ent
li Is further *'
Ish Plorld hi Is the news ']
rhl h this rii JJJ'
oi a week for I ''
This 88 day \ i :' ...,
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Circuit. D '
By -.*!
T. M ^^" iRDEN,
fOlroult i' in .-'''
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Att.
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NOTICE OF APPLICAT C :'-'
TAX NEED
...... .mi
NOTICE IS 1' I'.
M HARKINS, ', < .' Ml
ami Tax Cert .'
I, dat M
has filed
A P
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in my offlci -\
tlon for tax dei .-
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HOLLYWOOD
MIAMI BEACH
FORT LAUDERDALE
t'ountv. Florida < r lSi'
B 13.48- of N
I^.t 4. less E
Resub if i. I
recnrili-1 Plat. ~u
Tialon Plal bo. k
City of Miami
State of PI
Certificate v
of said : -
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th, mime of I nkj
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t.. i t. less i
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recorded Plal
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will issue thi i ,ne .
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1945
*Jewist fktiridHicnn
PAGE SEVEN
ft!
HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Weliare Board Help U* Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
PARADE I
SERVICE
r&wssffap GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY
Ich announce the engage- MVI' w wwiuitmi
of their daughter Harriet
Corp. Gordon Scnelick, of
Bci'o Corp. Scnelick is now
lioned at Boca Raton. The
T,pk- are planning their wed-
iu for October.
MIAMI TO HAVE LARGE
HOSPITAL FOR CANCER
>fc. Harry Geduldig, 642 Mi-
lean Avenue, Miami Beach, on
j Italy with a chemical
..mpany of the air serv-
(l,mmand, Mediterranean
i of operations, was se-
tt, 1 to make a sightseeing air
jr of Italy. Geduldig was part
a croup who made up the
BSi nger list of two B-17s, es-
i chartered for this event
honor of the celebration of
|c 38th anniversary of the
ti : forces.
|L1. David Hendel, 900'i Euclid
venue, Miami Beach, is recog-
*ed as one of the experts on
C i per air strata, and has
ten commended for teaching
, sters the newest technique
.(ather predictions and an-
|\ He has been a member
I AAF weather service
|] years and is at Mitchell
eiii. N. Y. weather station. He
as promoted to first lieutenant.
I at 835 Lincoln Road
avt been opened by Dr. Leon-
Ed L. Weil, for the practice of
i{ ne. Dr. Weil, who was
Eccntly retired as a captain in
be U. S. Army, previously own-
the Miami Beach Hospital
ad Clinic.
A Thought for Rosh Hashona
By
lER
I VICE PAGE
Solomon Singer, 1714 S. W.
th Street, left Sept. 4 for North
College, Dahlonega, Ga.,
a student in the Army Specia-
:ed Training Reserve Program.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
nger, the 17-year-old Miamian
a graduate of Miami Senior
gh and enlisted in the army
ugust 1.
Millon J. Katz, AOM 3/c. son
^f Mr. and Mrs. George M. Katz,
552 Washington Avenue, Miami
i dently won his wings
Opa-locka Naval Air Base
| rpedo bombers.
actuate of Miami Techni-
cal High school, he enlisted in
ivy in September, 1944. He
now awaiting orders.
The Rotfort family will have
reunion this week with the
ilseharge from service of Lieut.
rving R. Rotfort and Corp. Lou
Rotfort. Their sister, Lieut, (j.g.)
Cecil Rotfort, of the Coast
iuard, is home on furlough. She
K'il! return in two weeks to her
Itaiion at New Orleans.
5Kli\'ICE PAGE
T4 Stanton Halpert, 1761 S.
loth Street, has been released
rom service through the Camp
Standing Separation Center.
T 4 Lawrence B. Rohan, 1815
ftppei-ehee Drive, arrived in
V'v. York this week from over-
leas service.
I William (Billy) Peretzman.
p> 15th Street, Miami Beach,
pill be home on leave this week
[or six days, following his boot
paining at Bainbridge, Mary-
arid. Billy, who graduated from
foami Beach Senior High school
K> June, will report back to
Cambridge for assignment.
CHAPLAIN SAMUEL
HOROWITZ
Senior Jewish Chaplain, India-
Burma Theatre
Japan's unconditional surren-
der has come on the eve of
Rosh Hashona when our prayers
center around universal peace
and human brotherhood, the
establishment of God's Kingdom
on earth. Both V-E Day and
V-J Day seem to fit in with a
discussion in the Talmud on the
season of Redemption. One
school of thought maintains that
the Redemption of Israel would
occur on Passover, because Pe-
sach is a "Watch-Night unto the
Lord" and many miraculous
events of redemption have oc-
curred on that night, according
to tradition. The other school
of thought emphasizes Rosh
Hashona by referring to the
great Messianic Shofar of Re-
demption. Thus, both schools of
thought have been borne out,
with V-E Day having occurred
shortly after Passover, and V-
J Day near Rosh Hashona.
Let us hope that the world's
statesmen will "band themselves
together to do God's will with
a perfect heart," so as to "per-
fect the world under the King-
dom of the Almighty." The only
basis for a lasting and right-
eous peace is through the recog-
nition of God's sovereignty and
the elimination of selfishness
and power politics. Thus, the
statesmen must turn prophetic,
not pathetic. The Jew must not
be the "forgotten man." Equal
rights must be accorded him as
a group, in order that his rights
as an individual be safeguarded.
The Jew too must strive with
tenacious determination for the
ucognition of those rights by the
world, and this is the decisive
hour. The price we have paid
in terms of 6,000.000 mass graves
in Poland should teach the les-
son that land redemption in
Palestine would have proven by
far the cheapest alternative: and
that the cause of democracy and
of victory would have been
greatly enhanced if these mar-
tyrs were alive, because they
would have contributed vitally
to the United Nation's war ef-
fort. We owe it to the memory
of our holy martyrs to rehabili-
tate our survivors in a Jewish
commonwealth in Palestine, as
a preliminary condition for a
better post-war world, that our
prayers for God's Kingdom on
earth be speedily realized; "Then
wilt Thou reign supreme over
all Thy works and over Mount
Zion and over Jerusalem
the- holy city ."
WOUNDED IN ACTION
T/Sgt. Irving Louis Davis, 36,
Infantry, of Winthrop, Mass. In
South Pacific.
S/Sgi. Joseph Forman, 31
Army Air Force, of Maiden,
Mass. On New Guinea. Held
the Air Medal and four Clusters.
Capt. s. C. Werblow has been
retired from active duty with
FJe u- S. Army Medical Corps
W the AAF Regional and Con-
valescent Hospital here. The Mi-
ami Beach physician, wounded
V} a sneak Jap air raid on New
MUtnea April 4, 1944, was re-
turned to the United States last
grar- His wife, Dorothy and
jneir two children, Lynne and
jwlianl. live at 720 East Di Li-
o Koad.
KILLED IN ACTION
Prt. John B. Rosenthal, 35, In-
fantry, 0f New York City. In
Germany.
Lf- Louis C. Schwartz, 28,
"it"-ytAir Force- of New York
' V- In India. Navigator aboard
1,;*". he held the Distin-
Medai ying CrOSS and A'r
T/Sgt. Phillip Susskind, form-
er student at Ida M. Fisher high
school in 1938, has returned to
Miami Beach after completing
75 missions in the Mediterranean
area as a gunner on a B-25 me-
dium bomber with a host of
decorations and a total of 180
points to his credit.
Susskind wears the Soldier's'
Modal, the Distinguished Flying
Cross, and the Air Medal with
eight clusters. He also wears
the American and European
theater ribbons.
The six-foot, 190-pound ser-
geant won his Soldier's Medal on
a bombing run over Trento,
Italy. Discovering that a bomb
had stuck in the bomb bay and
realizing that the lives of his
fellow crew-members were im-
periled, by a possible explosion.
' Susskind removed his parachute.
; lowered himself into the bomb-
bay, and released the shackles,
thus pettisoning the bomb and
saving the crew.
! Sgt. Susskind is 25, and has
! been in the army for six years.
After a years' training, he was
I sent with the sixth air force
stationed in Panama. He served
i as a radio operator and a para-
! chute rigger for the 37th fight-
er squadron there.
Arriving overseas in the early
part of 44, Susskind's outfit was
stationed at an airbase on Cor-
sica. From this base, he bombed
targets in Italy and southern
France. He also bombed the
Brenner Pass twice.
j Important targets his group
bombed included: Valence and
I Nice, in support of the Allied
] southern France invasion, and
Pallazzolo and Bologna in Italy.
Chaplain (Capt.) Ernest M.
Ernest M. Lorge, 29, infantry, of
Cincinnati, O., was awarded the
Bronze Star for "meritorious
service in connection with mili-
tary operations against the ene-
my from Dec. 1, 1944 to May 8,
1945 in the United Kingdom,
France, Belgium, and Germany."
Chaplain Lorge served as
Hillel counselor at the Florida
State College for Women at
Tallahassee.
As chaplain for Special Troops
Lorge "devoted time to all the
personnel of Jewish faith in the
entire division. Not only did he
serve the men of the division,
but disregarding time and dang-
er, served men of other units."
The citation adds that "on
many occasions Chaplain Lorge
brought religious and spiritual
aid to the men in the front lines.
He also found time to devote to
aiding liberated Allies, giving
them the spiritual uplift they
had lacked for so long."
Miami is well on its way to
becoming the site of a $2,500,000
cancer hospital.
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade
county commander of the Field
Army, American Cancer Society,
said that plans for a four-floor,
200-bed structure already are on
the drawing boards.
The project was given a flying
start with the chartering on
June 1 of the Dade County Can-
cer Society, Inc., as a subsidiary
to the national society.
She appealed to Greater Mi-
mians to join the fight against
cancer by sending their contri-
butions to the cancer society's
headquarters, 843 I n g r a h a m
building.
The proposed hospital would
have the latest equipment for
battling the dreaded diseaseX-
ray, radium and surgery, and
most important of all, she said,
a cancer clinic.
MUSIC LOVERS WILL
HEAR MANY ARTISTS
....jr\
Major General Lemuel C.
Shepherd Jr., commanding
general 6th Marine Division,
(back to camera) congratulates
Naval Chaplain Morton M.
Herman on receipt of a Bronze
Star for "meritorious achieve-
ment" on Okinawa.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
KILLED IN ACTION
Pvt. Ernest J. Bornstein, 26,
Marine Corps, of Brooklyn. On
Iwo Jima.
Pfc. Irwin D. Ginsberg, 20,
Marine Corps, of Staten Island.
On Iwo Jima, by a Jap sniper.
Was a flame thrower. Presiden-
teial Unit Citation.
Lt. Alvin Lloyd Gallin, 24,
Navy, of Brooklyn. On Okina-
wa.
S/lc William B. Gordon, 21,
Navy, of Memphis, Tenn. In
South Pacific, when his carrier,
the Bunker Hill, was hit by Jap
suicide planes.
Lt. Bernard L. Jaffe, 25. Ma-
rine Corps, of the Bronx. On Iwo
Jima. Presidentian Unit Cita-
tion.
Pfc. Jess H. Klein. 30, Army
Engineers, of Forest Hills, L. I.
On Okinawa.
T/Sgt. Joseph Kooperman, 31,
Infantry, of Chicago, 111. On
Bougainville. Holds the Bronze
Star.
Pvt. Seymour J. Lederer, 20,
Marine Corps, of Brooklyn. On
Iwo Jima. Unit Citation with
four stars.
Pvt. Robert M. Meyer, 21. Ma-
rine Corps, of New York City.
On Iwo Jima. Presidential Unit
Citation.
Pvt. Daniel Goldberg, 19, Ma-
rine Corps, of New York City.
On Okinawa.
Pfc. Sam Goldman, 27, Infan-
try, of Brooklyn. In Germany.
Lt. Clifford J. Kaiser, 21,
Army Air Force, of New York
City. In the Philippines.
Pfc. Joseph B. Konikoff, 21,
Infantry, of New York City. In
the Philippines.
Pfc. David Lefkowitz. 25, In-
fantry, of Brooklyn. In the
Philippines.
Cpl. Irvin B. Mayer, 19, Ma-
rine Corps, of Raleigh, N. C. On
Iwo Jima. Purple Heart and two
Clusters.
Sgt. Jacob L. Merker, 22, In-
fantry, of Brooklyn. On Okina-
Pvt. Robert L. Omens, Marine
Corps, of Chicago. On Iwo Ji-
ma.
Miami music lovers will hear
an impressive array of renowned
artists when they attend the
University of Miami Symphony
orchestra series for 1945-46. Pi-
anist George Sandor will open
the season with a program on
Nov. 18 and 19, and other artists
to appear during the season are
Spivakovsky, Sir Thomas Bee-
cham and Lady Betty Humby
Beecham, Igor Gorin, Albert
Spalding and the oratorio. "The
Pilgrim's Progress," to be per-
formed by the University of Mi-
ami chorus. ,
Deviating from their usual
custom, in'order to accommodate
all Miamians, each concert will
be presented twice, on Sunday
afternoons and again on Mon-
day evenings in the Miami Sen-
ior high school auditorium. Dr.
Modeste Aloo, popular with au-
diences here since he first start-
ed conducting the orchestra
three years ago again will be
conductor.
Persons interested in secur-
ing reservations for the concerts
have been requested to state
whether they wish to attend the
Sunday afternoon progras or the
Monday evening programs. Mrs.
Arnold Volpe, Symphony office,
University of Miami, is in
charge of reservations.
Pfc. Edwin M. Lobl, 20. In-
fantry, of New York City. On
Luzon, during combat patrol.
Pvt. Melvin Newman, 19,
Medical Det., of Brooklyn. On
Iwo Jima.
S/Sgt. Haskell Saxe. Infantry,
of Brooklyn, Mass. On Leyte.
Bronze Star. During an enemy
counter-attack, he saw the pla-
toon leader of the first platoon
leading off to flank the counter-
attack and noticed that most of
the first platoon's men were too
far away to follow. He volun-
tarily picked five of his own
men and joined the assault. The
success of the operation was
"largely due to Sgt. Saxe's cour-
age and initiative."
S2/c Joseph Z. Walker, 23,
Navy, of Revere, Mass. On New
Guinea.
Cpl. Sidney Silverberg, 20,
Marine Corps, of the Bronx. On
Iwo Jima. Presidential Citation.
Cpl. Ralph Schlesinger, 24.
Amphibious Tractor Bn., of
Perth Amboy, N. J. On Ie Shi-
ma. Presidential Unit Citation.
Lt. Joseph Wapner, Infantry,
of Los Angeles, Calif. On Cebu,
Philippine Islands.
Lt. Laurence Weiss, 28, In-
fantry, of Perth Amboy, N. J.
On Mindanao. Recipient of
Bronze Star and Presidential
Citation. His personal direction
of the fire of his platoon was re-
sponsible in a large degree for
the annihilation of Japs and the
successful completion of the bat-
talion's mission, according to his
award citation.
Pfc. Sam Smith, 29, Infantry,
of Chicago, 111. Twice, in Ger-
many.
Fighting for America
Cpl. Seymour Schnier, 19,
Army Air Force, of Brooklyn.
In French Indo-China.


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vjewisr) Horidian
FRIDAY,
SEPTEMjg,.

In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach: Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi; Or-
thodox. Friday evening services At 7:
s.iiurtl.i\ morning services at v 30.
Rabbi Mescheloff itl speak on "The
Transcendentalism "f Repentance
al 6 p. m. This traditional "Shabbon
Teshuva" sermon "ill be delivered In
Yiddish. The public Is Invited. Ki
N'ldre services "ill !" held Sunda>
at 7 p. in. ai the synagogue bail.lint;
and the Talmud Torah Communltj
building. Rabbi Mescheloff will Bpenk
,,n "The Great Secret." Cantor Louis
D. Feder will chant the traditional
-. i vices ;'i the s> nagogue bu
Cantor Nathan Wroobel "ill chanl
the services In the Comniunlt} build-
M :... mi lug services III
- o'clock ami
il houl the da> rhe sei mon topic
ie I ledlcatlon Ylakor Memo-
rial *r\ lei iii I" i" Id I '
a mi. ihi '' mmunlty b
a: 11 a m. in the >> Uabbl
Mi -. hi : will chant the losing
Xi iRi Sen ei Religious scl
held thro igl thi
week l I to 8 p in. Ri sti atlon
of children In the bar n is\
ass w ill t aki
same '
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
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bath pi Klpl know
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at 7: Saturda) morning set-
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- ibji ct, "Whei I'm
S iks.' and Cantor Emanuel
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will be held at 7 p m and Maail>
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The Sabbath of Repi i tarn ill be
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Si i es Saturda) morning ..' 9 '"
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak 'ii the
subject. "Our Soldiers An Ri
Ing The Da) '( Atonemi nt, begin
ning t ll Ko N'ldre, will be ushered
in Sunday evening ai I o'clock Rabbi
in.I Can'or Abraham Fried-
man will officiate. The rabbi \. I .
discuss ihi subject, "We > "annol
w.i : Services for the l 'a) o(
\ Mondn) morn-
ing at s i i'cIoi k "Yisi Menu
lal .-. es ill i" hi Id al
a. in. Thi ih foi d is
si..ii will be \\ Shall Sol Returi
\ Sen i foi
Yom Klppui ..i JO p. in. the : ahbl
will speak biaVfly on the subject.
i < \ Students' vices I i
li, i ... V tone men I w 111 bi hi I
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GREGATION. 5-0 S. W. 17th Ave.
I tall; lo ii and 7 p
F Ida) evening al 7 j> m
ii k. Kol
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Rabbi Murray Grauer, gui -t
nbbl, III speak on "A Vear of Mem-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
u services Mondn)
g es al o'clock Prloi
t.. Ylzkoi Rabl .- : \v iii speak m
\ ci ild loks Al the World."
Schsarei Zedek Talmud Torah.
S W rd St., Friday evening sen
ii : o'clock; Saturday morning
vices at : Rabbi Simon April
sinak on "Repentance." Kol N
Services on Sunday al B:SJ p.
Rabbi April "ill preach on v>
Hod |a \,,n Monday morning
vires al 8 o'clock Vlskor service
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peibaum will conduct services, sbd-
bnth ol Repentai iShnbbos Shuvo)
. evening, September 14. 8:16.
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. nek (thi "i the l"' m-
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f |j \ eted) Sermoi
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* Jew 1st fhrJdiar
PAGE NINE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
| Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
I Political Trends
leaders are keeping
ngers crossed. They
Bat something definite is
I in London with regard
tine, but they don't know
They are also less cer-
British Prime Minister
Tth;in they were of Wins-
lirchill. This is because
fstated privately that he
L-J e w i s h but not pro-
I ... It can now be told
| Zionist plan to force the
Government to settle the
Jte issue once and forever
filed by the sudden defeat
[Churchill cabinet. The
as to have been put into
[during the recent World
Conference in London .
; ;it this conference that
*izmann was to resign the
Key of the Jewish Agency
Icnionstration against Bri-
plicy. His resignation
[have served notice to the
Government that real
Dr.
Mr. and Mrs.
iMorris Yanowitz
Wish Everybody
PEACEFUL FUTURE
anti-British trouble could be ex-
pected in Palestine and else-
where. But it so happened
that the World Zionist Confer-
ence was ill-timed. Just
when the conference was about
to take place, the Churchill Gov-
ernment gave place to the La-
bor Cabinet. ... The plan to
have Dr. Weizmann resign with
a bang had to be dropped since
it would have been useless to
demonstrate against a cabinet
which had just come to power
... At present, Zionist leader-
ship is awaiting the results of
the consultations which British
! Foreign Minister Bevin is hold-
ing in London with British dip-
lomats from the Arab countries.
Moshe Shertok, head of the poli-
tical department of the Jewish
Agency, will remain in London
for several weeks to watch the
situation. ... So will Ben-Gurion
who no longer sees eye-to-eye
with Weizmann and suspects
that Dr. Weizmann is inclined to
accept something less than a
Jewish State. .
Zionist Echoes
The sixty-four dollar question
that bothers American Zionist
leaders is: "Why did Adolph Sa-
bath, the Jewish Congressman
from Chicago, call upon Presi-
dent Truman to ask him to quali-
fy his recent statement with re-
gard to Palestine?" Con-
gressman Sabath was never
helpful to Zionist activities in
Best Wishes for A
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Washington. ... His call upon
President Truman left a bad
taste among those in the United
States who are pro-Palestine. .
And it can be revealed that he
went out of his way to see not
only the President, but also Sec-
retary of State Byrnes.....
Which makes the leaders of the
American Zionist Emergency
Council feel that 9abath was
merely u%ed as a tool by some-
body. ... By the way: The
members of the Zionist Emer-
gency Council are firmly deter-
mined to win their fight with
the World Zionist Executive
over the question of who should
be the Zionist "boss" in Wash-
ington. The Hadassah is the
only group in America which
does not support the view of the
Emergency Council that Zionist
political work in Washington
should be conducted by Ameri-
can Zionist leaders only The
I best proof that normal trans-
' portation has been re-establish-
' ed between Palestine and the
; United States is the fact that
J many offices in New York are
! now receiving mail which was
| posted in Palestine in 1940. .
I This mail was lying around
Palestine post offices for five
years, because there were no
shipping facilities to transport it.
Inventions and "Intentions"
Read it and laugh Gerald
L. K. Smith is disseminating a
report that the Anti-Defamation
League and the Anti-Nazi
League are using a special in-
vention to listen in to private
talks of persons whom they sus-
pect of conducting subversive
and anti-Semitic activities in
(this country. The invention
is credited by Smith to the Ges-
tapo and was allegedly revealed
by a German diplomat now in-
terned in Stockholm. ... It con-
sists of a playing-card-size metal
plate tuned to a portable listen-
ing apparatus in a man's pock-
et. .. The plate even picks up
whispers and, according to
Smith's report, it enabled Ges-
tapo agents standing as far as
five-eights of a mile away to
listen to conversations. The
contraption, the report says, was
the undoing of many Germans,
including two Nazi diplomats,
who, following the July plot
against Hitler's life, wanted to
discuss what should be done
next. They decided to talk
in a moving automobile. The
Gestapo, which was keeping a
close watch on all German diplo-
mats, smuggled one of the metal
plates into a laundry package in
the back seat and followed in
another car. The two diplo-
mats were arrested at the end
of their ride and shot within 48 |
hours .... It seems that Gerald
L. K. Smith has good reason to
be jittery about such an inven-
tion, if it really exists. ... By
the waythis very same Smith
is now boasting that he is creat-
ing a coalition of organizations
in California which, he says, will
bring his West Coast followers
up to beyond one million We
advise a certain Jewish organi-
zation which actively combats j
Zionism in this country to be |
very careful of what it publishes I
in its news letter. Part of its i
material is being quoted by anti-
Jewish publications in various j
parts of the country to the detri- i
ment of Jews in the United i
States ....
Oily and Holy Interests
If you want to know why the
U. S. Government is so much I
interested in having order main-
tained in Palestine and in the
neighboring Arab countries, read
"The Big Three" by David Dal-
lin. This volume, just pub-
lished by Yale University Press,
analyzes the interests of the
United States, Britain and Rus-
sia in various parts of the world,
including the Middle East. .
It reveals, among other things,
that Stalin definitely raised the
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Palestine question at the Teher-
an Conference. ... It tells of the
claim which the Soviet Govern-
ment lodged for property of the
Russian Greek-Orthodox church
in Palestine ... As an illustra-
tion of the extent to which Mos-
cow is interested in strengthen-
ing contact with the Arabs in
Palestine, the book brings to
light the fact that the new Sov-
iet envoy, Abdul Sultanov, wor-
ships every Friday in the mos-
que of Omar in Jersulaem, even
though he is not a religious per-
son. ... As to the U. S. interest
in that part of the world, the
author quotes the late Secretary
of the Navy Frank Knox as stat-
ing that the Middle East con-
tains the greatest known pool
of oil in existence in the world.
"The oil there could create a
hundred Rockefellers," Knox
believed. ... An American geol-
ogist, Everett Lee DeGoyler, af-
ter making a study of the Mid-
dle East for the U. S. Govern-
ment, arrived at the conclusion
that the Middle Eastern region
has "indicated" reserves of oil
amounting to fifty billion bar-
rels The total world output
of oil amounts to only two bil-
lion barrels a year. The same
expert is convinced that the cen-
ter of world petroleum is shift-
ing from Mexico, the Caribbean
area and the United States to
the Middle East. .
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1945
+Jewisti ffcricfiair?
PAGE ELEVEN
fc!
A Call to Jewish Parents of
Greater Miami
WHY JEWISH EDUCATION?
By A. P. GANNES
Executive Director Bureau of Jewish Education
roR'S NCMi Jewlah Eduoa-
F. .....Mlh is being observed local-
[0,1,1 nationally from Bept. s to
th victory on the battle
it achieved, the world is now
Jdv to participate in the far
later war to wipe out bigotry,
ilerance, race hatred, and in-
Sality. Will the peace be won?
]i the power of war be har-
I lor peace? Will the ideals
Ji .man freedom, justice,
B)i nsness and brotherhood
Vlaiined by the prophets of
guide mankind to a bet-
ii Id? In the world of to-
Irrow will the Jews, too, find
spiness and self-fulfillment as
ii iduals, and as a group?
ic alone can tell. One thing,
v i!, has been learned: con-
,i us vigilance is imperative
[t democratic way cf life is
continue. As Americans and
Jews we can serve as Instru-
cts in the continuation of the
in:i n rat ic way of life, and in
making of a better world.
,'hy Jewish education? The
Bsuns are manifold, but space
will permit us to point out sev-
eral general reasons. For the
survival of Judaism, Jewish edu- ,
cation is an absolute necessity. |
The price of Judaism, too, is
eternal vigilance. It is impos-
sible for Jewish life to continue
unless it is implemented with
the necessary support. Judaism
is not inherited; it is not passed
on from generation to generation
like a family heirloom. Judaism
must be developed, implanted,
practiced, and, if you please, in- !
doctrinated. This is an intrinsic !
reason for Jewish education. It i
is a basic principle for the BUT- !
vival of Judaism.
How can democracy continue I
if not by social, economic, and
political measures to insure the.
democratic way of life? The
Four Freedoms enunciated by
the late President Roosevelt will
not just come to life automatic-
ally. Measures must be under-
taken to carry them out. It is the
same with Judaism. What is the
instrument for perpetuating Ju-
daism? Is there any doubt that
it is Jewish education? This is
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BUSINESS BROKERS AND REAL ESTATE
Biscayne Building 1109 Phone 2-2681
Best Wishes to All Our Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. HARRY PEARL
and FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE GARDEN
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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810 N. W. 79th Street
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOCKEY CLUB BAR
JOCKEY CLUB PACKAGE STORE
35 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
DE SOTO HOTEL
1824 Alton Road. Miami Beach
Wishes Its Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year
Conveniently LocatedModerate Rates
S. DOTRAS. Manager
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BAKERITE BAKERY
105 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
our chief instrument to preserve
Judaism and and the Jewish
group. Jewish education is the
channel through which our cul-
tural heritage will pass from
generation to generation.
The Jews, we all know, have
enemies and will continue to
have them. The end of the war
and the destruction of militarism
does not mean that the poisons
poured into the blood streams of
millions will be cleansed. Even
under favorable conditions it
will take years to uproot deep-
seated implanted prejudices. A
sound Jewish education can help
combat anti-Semitism. It has
been said that it is not enough
to fight for democracy; one must
understand it, want it, and know
the reasons for fighting to re-
tain it. So it is in the struggle
against anti-Semitism. By all
means. Jews must combat it
with all their power and their
spirit. Yet it is of essence to
know the whys and wherefores,
and to believe in the survival
of the Jews. The understanding
of the need for such a survival
will come with an adequate Jew-
ish education. Not only will the
problem of anti-Semitism be un-
derstood, but the inner fortitude
resulting from a Jewish educa-
tion will give a pride and
strength that no catastrophe will
shake. This we call the extrinsic
reason for Jewish education. As
we have said above, many more
reasons can be given, such as to
provide intelligent and informed
leadership for our community
life and organizations; to clarify
the role the Jews have played
and will continue to play in the
progress of world civilization;
and so forth. Some of these rea-
sons we hope to discuss on an-
other occasion.
Jewish education must begin
with our children. The price is
high: continuous study, depriva-
tion of play-time, and inconveni-
ence. Experience, however, has
shown that the value received in
the long run will be worth it.
The value will be a complete
person: a synthesis of American
and Jew, proud of his cultural
heritage, civic minded, and pa-
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Jewish Education Month, ob-
served between September 8 and
October 8, 1945, has been set
aside this year as a special
period to call attention to Jewish
parents that it is their respon-
sibility to give their children
and themselves an adequate
Jewish education. Answer that
call! Enroll your children in a
good Jewish school. If they are
registered, keep them there un-
til they have acquired an ade-
quate Jewish education, and
furthermore, take advantage of
opportunities for your own Jew-
ish education.
A Very Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM
and Family

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RESOLUTION ADOPTED
BY HOUSING CORP.
Miami Beach Servicemen's
Housing Corp. at a special meet-
ing, adopted a resolution of sym-
pathy and condolence which was
forwarded to the family of the
late Judson L. Owen who "was
at all times a leader in all civic
movements and causes for bet-
terment of intergroup relations
and the promotion of morale of
members of our armed forces
stationed in Miami Beach."
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Phcne 2-7439
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OPENS ACTIVITIES
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver opened its
season's activities with a meet-
ng on September 11 at the
Beach "Y". Mrs. Irene Miller.
sident, announced the pro-
the year, including a
ie party scheduled for Octo-
of the meeting
I a talk by Mrs. Ruth Hertz,
woman trustee of the Na-
il rial Board. Formerly of Cin-
nati. Mrs. Herts is now a resi-
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FREE LESSONS TO BE
GIVEN MIAMIANS
instructi n in Spanish.
F tuguese will be
Mian ians this fall when
Free Language Institute of
.... Pan American League opens
t it ti n next month. The
". ight By a conver-
: the purpose
ue is to give citizens
this a speaking knowl-
: the estern hemisphere
The Language Insti-
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: past eight years.
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1945 owish Community Will Be Host] \o National Lea ders in Nov ember our fellow Jews in Europe and recognizes that this condition can be remedied only through a beneficent program of reconstruction and rehabilitation not only for men of the Jewish faith but for men of all faiths. This program should be sponsored bv the United Nations and should have the support of all Americans. The tolerant provisions of the United Nations Charter merit the hope and confidence that under democratic rule the uprooted victims of Nazi aggression should expect the earliest feasible repatriation or resettlement under the best possible conditions. Numerous localities must be found throughout the world where resettlement can be effected under favorable auspices. Palestine, due to its splendid accomplishments, s ho u 1 d continue to be one of the many places where resettlement should be fostered. Any hopeful future for Jews in Palestine necessarily depends upon the ultimate establishment of a democratic government there, in which Jews, Moslems, and Christians shall be justly represented and not by the creation of a Jewish national state. Men and women of the Jewish faith in America are nationals of this country and no other country. *Jenisti ncridfiaun PAGE THREE %  sesing JRosenwald, naal president of the American jncil for Judaism, and Rabbi Borger, its director, will l>ak to the Greater Miami cominitv in November on the aims purposes of the Council, folng an invitation which was tended by the South Florida lapter at its recent meeting at Strand Restaurant. )r. Carl N. Herman, Rabbi of Uple Israel of West Palm tech, Florida, was the princi\\ speaker. He emphatically [ted that the assertion of Jewnationalism was an age-old in about which Jewry had ten been divided. He maintainthat the basis for unity jiongst Jews was religion and Jews consider themselves onals of those countries in ,1, they live. llir aims and purposes of the iuncil are set forth in a statenl issued by Herbert U. Feiinu.n, chairman of the Scope bd Program Committee. Mr. eibihnan said: "The Council is in deep symatliv with the tragic plight of COLON CORRECTION X-RAY ANALYSIS ODOR-PROOF Weddinai EnquqerrvertiA BETH JACOB LADIES PLAN FOR SUCCOTH BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON was chosen to head the newly formed local chapter of the American Council for Judaism. MEMBERSHIP TEA IS BEING PLANNED More than 200 relatives and friends were present to witness the marriage of Miss Shirley Boxer to Pvt. Calvin Pont on September 11 at the home of the bride's mother, 2144 S. W. 22nd Terrace. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Sam Greenspan. Mrs. Pont chose her sister, Normandine, as her bridesmaid while the groom's brolhe r, Harold Pont, acted as best man. Outof-town guests included Mrs. Clara Mazer, of Birmingham, Alabama, aunt of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. William Greenspan, St. Louis, uncle and aunt of the bride, and an old friend of the family, Mr. Sam Freedman, also of St. Louis. Upon their return from the honeymoon the couple will reside at the Abbey hotel, Miami Beach. At the first board meeting of the New Year held by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, plans were announced for a Succoth party to be given on Wednesday evening, September 26, at the synagogue. The board meeting was held at the home of the president, Mrs. J. Hirsch, 564 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. % tXP 39 S.E. 6*St. PHONE 2-8396 Rkeumatism Artkriiis Neuritis QfipoiaAfwd ONLY SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 DANIEL F. RICE AND COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1923 Members NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE and other principal exchanges LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES COMMODITIES GRAINS DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO NEW YORK AND CHICAGO MIAMI L. B. Bowcn, Resident Mgr. 528 Ingraham Building Phones: 9-1881—9-1882 MIAMI BEACH FORT LAUDERDALE %  "H* ^Nichl. Mgr. E c L Ward> Mg „ HI/ ava Street ... %  (in the Ronev Plaza Hotel) Broward Hotel Phones: 5-3423—5-3424 Phone 2130 At a recent meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver, plans for a membership tea and a dinner-donor dance were announced by the president, Mrs. Rose Levey. The tea will be held on Wednesday, October 10 at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Alex Scott, 1791 S. W. 16th Terrace. Members and friends are invited. Miami chairman is Mrs. Ida Gordon and Miami Beach chairman, Mrs. Gladys Auslander. The dinner-donor dance will be held during the spring season. About forty persons attended the meeting held at the Majestic hotel, Miami Beach, on Monday, Sept. 10. Tel Aviv (JTA)—The "Yishuv Education Committee," consisting of representatives of all Jewish parties, met here and issued a statement welcoming the appointment by the Colonial Office of a commission to investigate the administrative machinery of the Jewish school system in Palestine. The committee said it would extend all possible assistance and cooperation to the investigation body. Eliahu Dobkin. immigration chief of the Jewish Agency, told a press conference that 1,600 immigrants had entered Palestine in August. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoehhauser, of Rankin, Pittsburgh, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine Hochhauscr Bear, to Rabbi Ernest Greenfield, of Hollywood, California, on September 2, at the home of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Friedman. Los Angeles. The wedding is planned for December. Lt. and Mrs. Max George Stein were married June 1 in Philadelphia, Pa. The former Miss Miriam Ruth Kauffir.ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Kauffmann 1631 S. W. 13th Street, and her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stein, Indianapolis. Ind. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Elma Bernice Kauffmann, and Mrs. H. David Imber acted as matron of honor. Mrs. Stein attended Philadelphia schools, Miami Senior High school, and Walsh Business school. She is a member of Tri Beta sorority, having served as president. A graduate of Indiana university, Lt. Stein is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma honorary fraternity. He served overseas with I the 453rd Bombardment Group and is now awaiting his discharge from the army. Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Shirley A. Robins, Newton Centre. Mass., and Lt. Allan E. Lipkin. USA. Miss Robins is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Robins, Newton Centre: Lt. Lipkin. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Lipkin, Miami Beach and Boston. S/Sgt. Jack Evans was married to Miss Rhoda S ten berg Wednesday evening at the Pierre hotel, New York. Rabbi Israel Goldstein officiated and a reception followed. Sgt. Evans is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Evans, owners of the Hotel Evans in Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., and the Sea Gull Pool and Canaba club in Miami Beach. Miss Steinberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Steinberg of Elizabeth, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and their daughter, Cornelia, have gone to Brooklyn for a visit with relatives. They live at 4312 Royal Palm Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick. left Friday by plane for New York city. They will return September 25. Sam Elgison will return next week from Monticello. N. Y. to his home, 353 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. FROM THE FISHERMEN DIRECT TO YOU! MIAMI FISHERMEN'S COOPERATIVE ASS'N., Inc. 25 S. W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE 3-1326 Is pleased to announce the opening of its Retail Fish Department specializing in locally caught fresh sea foods. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT OPENS SOON THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY announces the appointment of RICHARD S. POMEROY, III CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITER as GENERAL AGENT at MIAMI with offices at 606-9 Ingram Building AGENCY ASSOCIATES Efling E. Ayart Frederick B. Hartnett Edna Kaufmann Mary Louise Knecht Walker Laramore George E. McClenaghan Laurence D. Romph Mrs. Carolyn Stokan V ,4 E&rirt.-J ^kJ&&i!Ei .*



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)AY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1945 +Jewisti ffcricfiair? PAGE ELEVEN fc! A Call to Jewish Parents of Greater Miami WHY JEWISH EDUCATION? By A. P. GANNES Executive Director Bureau of Jewish Education roR'S NCMi Jewlah EduoaF. Ml h is being observed local[0,1,1 nationally from Bept. s to th victory on the battle it achieved, the world is now Jdv to participate in the far later war to wipe out bigotry, ilerance, race hatred, and inSality. Will the peace be won? ]i the power of war be harI lor peace? Will the ideals Ji .man freedom, justice, B)i nsness and brotherhood Vlaiined by the prophets of • guide mankind to a betii Id? In the world of toIrrow will the Jews, too, find spiness and self-fulfillment as ii iduals, and as a group? ic alone can tell. One thing, v i %  !•, has been learned: con,i us vigilance is imperative [t democratic way cf life is continue. As Americans and Jews we can serve as Instructs in the continuation of the in:i n rat ic way of life, and in making of a better world. ,'hy Jewish education? The Bsuns are manifold, but space will permit us to point out several general reasons. For the survival of Judaism, Jewish edu, cation is an absolute necessity. | The price of Judaism, too, is eternal vigilance. It is impossible for Jewish life to continue unless it is implemented with the necessary support. Judaism is not inherited; it is not passed on from generation to generation like a family heirloom. Judaism must be developed, implanted, practiced, and, if you please, in! doctrinated. This is an intrinsic reason for Jewish education. It i is a basic principle for the BUT! vival of Judaism. How can democracy continue I if not by social, economic, and political measures to insure the. democratic way of life? The Four Freedoms enunciated by the late President Roosevelt will not just come to life automatically. Measures must be undertaken to carry them out. It is the same with Judaism. What is the instrument for perpetuating Judaism? Is there any doubt that it is Jewish education? This is CLYDE H. POUDER BUSINESS INVESTMENTS BUSINESS BROKERS AND REAL ESTATE Biscayne Building 1109 Phone 2-2681 Best Wishes to All Our Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY PEARL and FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS THE GARDEN "The Home of Delicious Foods" LUNCHES • DINNERS 2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL Buses 3 and 5 Stop at Our Door Phone 4-3155 SEASONS GREETINGS |VESSELY'S GRILL Formerly The Kay's Grill Servinn Delicious Meals At Popular Prices, 7 A. M. to 8:15 P. M. ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCK DINNER SELECTION OF OTHER CHOICE MEALS Always Pine Pood 3629 N. E. SECOND AVENUE SEASON'S GREETINGS OLD PARK PLUMBING SUPPLY 810 N. W. 79th Street Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOCKEY CLUB BAR JOCKEY CLUB PACKAGE STORE 35 N. E. FIRST AVENUE DE SOTO HOTEL 1824 Alton Road. Miami Beach Wishes Its Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year Conveniently Located—Moderate Rates S. DOTRAS. Manager BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BAKERITE BAKERY 105 Washington Avenue Miami Beach our chief instrument to preserve Judaism and and the Jewish group. Jewish education is the channel through which our cultural heritage will pass from generation to generation. The Jews, we all know, have enemies and will continue to have them. The end of the war and the destruction of militarism does not mean that the poisons poured into the blood streams of millions will be cleansed. Even under favorable conditions it will take years to uproot deepseated implanted prejudices. A sound Jewish education can help combat anti-Semitism. It has been said that it is not enough to fight for democracy; one must understand it, want it, and know the reasons for fighting to retain it. So it is in the struggle against anti-Semitism. By all means. Jews must combat it with all their power and their spirit. Yet it is of essence to know the whys and wherefores, and to believe in the survival of the Jews. The understanding of the need for such a survival will come with an adequate Jewish education. Not only will the problem of anti-Semitism be understood, but the inner fortitude resulting from a Jewish education will give a pride and strength that no catastrophe will shake. This we call the extrinsic reason for Jewish education. As we have said above, many more reasons can be given, such as to provide intelligent and informed leadership for our community life and organizations; to clarify the role the Jews have played and will continue to play in the progress of world civilization; and so forth. Some of these reasons we hope to discuss on another occasion. Jewish education must begin with our children. The price is high: continuous study, deprivation of play-time, and inconvenience. Experience, however, has shown that the value received in the long run will be worth it. The value will be a complete person: a synthesis of American and Jew, proud of his cultural heritage, civic minded, and paGENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbreoth 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 RADIO SERVICE—FREE ESTIMATES C -E N T E R DOWNTOWN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 105 N. E. 2nd St. 1405 ,Weih. Ave. Ph. 3-3619 • • Ph. 5-7173 Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN'OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS THIS SUMMER... the CBZackstonc — €*y*y COMPLETE WINTER LUXURIES AT LOW SUMMER RATES. PRIVATE POOL-CABANA!-MARINE DECK TROPICAL GARDENS • PATIO 250 ROOMS r. BATH J Phone 68-1811 lUIICKSTOIir. : l.!.lltlllllllMINIIM*l!llll!l|M2lli;ill NOW OPEN FOR DINNER Music by Cy Washburn Bar and Cocktail Lounge Victor's DRUM J Coral Way at 36th Ave. Reservations 48-4224 or 4-9524 j l lilllllli WM iiliininiiiiiiiiiii imm II iimnilimn n 11iiniiiinfl triotic, unafraid, and forever vigilant for his American and Jewish life, and prepared for living as well as for life. Jewish Education Month, observed between September 8 and October 8, 1945, has been set aside this year as a special period to call attention to Jewish parents that it is their responsibility to give their children and themselves an adequate Jewish education. Answer that call! Enroll your children in a good Jewish school. If they are registered, keep them there until they have acquired an adequate Jewish education, and furthermore, take advantage of opportunities for your own Jewish education. A Very Happy New Year To All Our Friends SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM and Family 0 RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY HOUSING CORP. Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing Corp. at a special meeting, adopted a resolution of sympathy and condolence which was forwarded to the family of the late Judson L. Owen who "was at all times a leader in all civic movements and causes for betterment of intergroup relations and the promotion of morale of members of our armed forces stationed in Miami Beach." TOP SOIL 4-0335 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 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace 4 '•v. f t PAINTING GLASS INSTALLED V. K. TATUM Glass and Paint Shop 7-2947—7810 N. W. 7th Ave. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. ANNOUNCEMENT 1 have taken over tbe practice of the late Dr. A. K. Olson DR. DONALD E. GRAHAM CHIROPRACTOR Formerly of Augusta, Georgia, where l practiced for 10 yean X-ltay Mini Neurocalometer Service 4 N. 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PAGE TWO vjenisti krkttan PERSONALS Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten has left for Toledo. Ohio, where she will attend the double unveiling of her parents* monument. From there she will no to Rochester, Minnesota, where she will enter the Mayo Clinic (or treatment. Mrs. Aaron Parr wishes to thank her many friends for their thoughtfuiness during her rec< nl Illness. She is now recovering at the home of her mother. Mrs. Jeanette Good, Mr. Kan had recently received his Honorable Discharge form the service. He was stationed at Camp Gordon. Georgia. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, announce the marriage of their daughter, Adele, to Sgt. Paul Katz I the U. S. Marines. The wedding took place Saturday evening, September 1. at the U. S. Naval Hospital. Bethesda, Md.. with Chaplain Jacobson, of the U S. Navy officiating. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senier High school, and attended ti-.i University of Miami for three years before enlisting her s e r v i c e s with the WAVES, where shi is serving as corpsman in the Medical Division at the Bethesda Hospital. She was a m mb. of the Beth David Sundi %  S 100I faculty. The grot %  son of Mrs. Rose Katz, of the Bronx. N Y. The couph ..: •• expected to arrive in Miami rtly for an extended hoiu > n. wiiorc sne wm emer uie university of Missouri. Miss GerStein plans to major in journalism. Mrs. Nat Roth returned this week after a month's vacation. After spending some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hi/nadine Tucker, Huntsville, Ala.. Mrs Roth, accompanied by Mrs. Tucker, visited New York where thev staved at the San Moritz Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad and family returned from their vacation Sunday. John Mantel] returned to the city after spending some time with has wife in Baltimore, Md. Jack Kofoed, Miami Herald columnist, was guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club held at the Strand restaurant on Wednesday. THE LEAR SCHOOL RE-OPENS OCTOBER FIRST Registration Week of September 24th First G rade Thru High School—Co-Ed Boarding Day School Afternoon Recreation Large Private Pool and Swimming and Premises .0 West Avenue — Mil I — Phone 5-0606 IDA R. LEAR Director "THE PALESTINE PROBLEM" a remarkable pictorial record of the progress already made toward a Jewish Homeland in the latest u March of Time" ON THE SAME PROGRAM JACK OAEIE PEGGY RYAN JOHNNY COY "On Stage. Everybody" FRIDAY THRU MONDAY. SEPT. 14-17 LINCOLN-MIAMI and CAPITOL BIRTHS %  Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Silverin, 1034 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach, are the parents of a %  girl, Nanette Ruth, who • is born August 20. Mr. and Mrs. George Prussoff, 1753 S. W. llth Terrace, %  !nounce the birth laughter, Linda Lee. born August 15. : Mr. and Mrs Al Weiss, 1860 5 W. 14th Ti innounce the birth of a daughter. Melva Sue, : on September 4 Mr. and MrMurray DeblinPennsylvania Avenue. B n n o u r. >• e the :.. Ronald Arthur. n Saturday, S tei r 8 at the St Frances Hospital. Mrs. Dcbformer Joan Goldof this city. Her parents. Mi and Mrs. Harry Fields, are th< proprietors of the New Pi: Hotel. Zelig Hirsch has returned to his home, 645 Lenox Avenue. Beach, after a sevenweek vacation spent with relain Mt. Vernon, New York. HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET Operated l>y David and Plorenc Johnson's Flakier Street Store Moderate Pricei Herbert'* f •~\. I ler Formerly nt Howar.i Serving American Jewish Meals at preme Ice Cream made on premises, All Meals Prepared Under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb of Miami Beach Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 The Family of the late MAX RITAS Thank their many friends for the kind expressions of condolence during their recent bereavement PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eiscnstein eft Thursday for St. Louis to spend the holidays with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Segall, 631 N E. 57th Street, have announced tii'' engagement of their ', daughter, Adele. to Maj. Jack M. Levin, son of Mrs. H. A. Levin, Atlanta, and the late Mr. Levin. Miss Segall, the daughter of la pioneer Miami family, is a : graduate of the University of Miami where she was a member of the Sigma Helta Fi national honorary Spanish fraternity of which she was treasurer and \ ice-president. She was the first national queen of the Jewish Wai Veterans of the I". S. and went as an official delegate to I the Worlds Fair. The bride-elect has studied dramatics since she was a child and recently under Mrs. William V. Little. She took the Hid Cross nurses aide course at John Hopkins hospital and has worked in both army and civiian hospitals here. Major Levin is a graduate of the Emory University Medical school and is a member of the Phi Delta Kpsilon medical fraternity. He served three years residency at the Henry Grady Memorial hospital in Atlanta and practiced general medicine and surgery before entering the service four and a half years ago. He recently returned from 40 nths overseas where he was assistant chief of surgery in the 248th General hospital in New Guinea which received a presidential unit citation for service during the Papuan campaign. He served through the East Indies camp.nun. He is now st„tioned at the Lawson General hospital in Atlanta. Mis S. A. Leslie, president of the Miami Chapter of the Wornj en's Division of the American Jewish Congress, lias returned lome alter a trip to New Or| leans, Atlanta and New York. While in New York city, Mrs. .eslie attended a National Board meeting of the Women's DiviSion and heard Hie report by i Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wise who j have just returned from a visit i E trope. Mis. Wise elaborated cm the projects for the rehabiliI tat ion of the war orphans in ', which tin' Women's Division enMrs. Leslie will Rive a lull report at a forthcoming meeting of the organization. Mr, and Mrs. David Kanner, 222\ S. W. 3rd street, celebrated the Rosh Hashona Holidays with D: and Mrs. Randolph Shevach at their home. 3426 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and daughter. Joy. will leave today to spend the Yom Kippur holidadys with relatives and friends in Orlando. Accompanying them will be Mrs. Helen Bihar who will visit her mother. The party will return home Tuesday. Max Kupferstein is spending the holidays In New York with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman. 1037 29th Avenue, have just returned after a six-week vacation in the north, staying at the Hotel New Yorker, New York City. Mrs. Marcie Coverman will leave Thursday for New York where she will await the return of her husband, Sgt. Hy Coverman, who is expected momentarily to arrive in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Morns GemJ 2321 S. W. 2:-, Street. S3 the engage:,, nt of their dauS ter, Muriel, to Ensign David £ sen son of Mrs Anna fcJ 1215 Meridian Avenue, JfiS Beach. Botn l..mines are fn-a. eiiy of Pittsburgh and now nil their home here. Miss Gerstu |. a .graduate of Miami Hi* School and attended Miami uS versity and Walsh Busmen .School. She served as vice-pre* dent and is a member of the ft I : Beta Sorority. Ensign Rosa graduated from Miami Bead i HiRh school and entered the 1 IV-12 Government Educatioi program. During this period he attended the \ •• 1 Carolina, at Chapel Hill, Xotn I I Dame and the Communicatioa I School at Harvard. He has bw I in service for two years and I ceived his commission in Ma.it ; At the present time he is n ; leave awaiting further ordei : No date has been set for tin wedding. Mrs. Ruth Metsky is now residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N. Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Her husband. Lt. Robert M. Metsky, has been sent to the Pacific. While in Seattle. Lt. Metsky met the Alpert's son, Robert, who is stationed at Puget Sound Navy Yard. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. ":1s left by plane Thursday for Net York to spend the holidays with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartshorn. Belle Isle apartments. Miami Bead-,, expect to leave Sept. 14 for a two-week visit in Mexico City and Havana. Cuba. Dr. Charles Werblow has been released front the armed forces %  and will reopen his offices for private practice of medicine at suite 503, Mercantile Bank Building. 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t r* 1, SEPTEMBER 14, 1945 Jew 1st fhr Jdiar PAGE NINE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR | Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. I Political Trends leaders are keeping ngers crossed. They Bat something definite is I in London with regard %  tine, but they don't know %  They are also less cer%  British Prime Minister Tth;in they were of Winslirchill. This is because fstated privately that he L-J e w i s h but not proI ... It can now be told | Zionist plan to force the Government to settle the Jte issue once and forever filed by the sudden defeat [Churchill cabinet. The as to have been put into [during the recent World Conference in London ; ;it this conference that *izmann was to resign the Key of the Jewish Agency Icnionstration against Briplicy. • • His resignation [have served notice to the Government that real Dr. Mr. and Mrs. iMorris Yanowitz Wish Everybody PEACEFUL FUTURE anti-British trouble could be expected in Palestine and elsewhere. But it so happened that the World Zionist Conference was ill-timed. Just when the conference was about to take place, the Churchill Government gave place to the Labor Cabinet. ... The plan to have Dr. Weizmann resign with a bang had to be dropped since it would have been useless to demonstrate against a cabinet which had just come to power ... At present, Zionist leadership is awaiting the results of the consultations which British Foreign Minister Bevin is holding in London with British diplomats from the Arab countries. Moshe Shertok, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, will remain in London for several weeks to watch the situation. ... So will Ben-Gurion who no longer sees eye-to-eye with Weizmann and suspects that Dr. Weizmann is inclined to accept something less than a Jewish State. Zionist Echoes The sixty-four dollar question that bothers American Zionist leaders is: "Why did Adolph Sabath, the Jewish Congressman from Chicago, call upon President Truman to ask him to qualify his recent statement with regard to Palestine?" Congressman Sabath was never helpful to Zionist activities in Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR I ^ Dr. and Mrs. R. MECHLOWITZ AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS CORAL GABLES BAKERY 2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-9159 Washington. ... His call upon President Truman left a bad taste among those in the United States who are pro-Palestine. And it can be revealed that he went out of his way to see not only the President, but also Secretary of State Byrnes Which makes the leaders of the American Zionist Emergency Council feel that 9abath was merely u%ed as a tool by somebody. ... By the way: The members of the Zionist Emergency Council are firmly determined to win their fight with the World Zionist Executive over the question of who should be the Zionist "boss" in Washington. The Hadassah is the only group in America which does not support the view of the Emergency Council that Zionist political work in Washington should be conducted by American Zionist leaders only The I best proof that normal trans' portation has been re-establish' ed between Palestine and the ; United States is the fact that J many offices in New York are now receiving mail which was | posted in Palestine in 1940. I This mail was lying around Palestine post offices for five years, because there were no shipping facilities to transport it. Inventions and "Intentions" Read it and laugh Gerald L. K. Smith is disseminating a report that the Anti-Defamation League and the Anti-Nazi League are using a special invention to listen in to private talks of persons whom they suspect of conducting subversive and anti-Semitic activities in ( t his country. The invention is credited by Smith to the Gestapo and was allegedly revealed by a German diplomat now interned in Stockholm. ... It consists of a playing-card-size metal plate tuned to a portable listening apparatus in a man's pocket. .. The plate even picks up whispers and, according to Smith's report, it enabled Gestapo agents standing as far as five-eights of a mile away to listen to conversations. The contraption, the report says, was the undoing of many Germans, including two Nazi diplomats, who, following the July plot against Hitler's life, wanted to discuss what should be done next. They decided to talk in a moving automobile. The Gestapo, which was keeping a close watch on all German diplomats, smuggled one of the metal plates into a laundry package in the back seat and followed in another car. The two diplomats were arrested at the end of their ride and shot within 48 | hours .... It seems that Gerald L. K. Smith has good reason to be jittery about such an invention, if it really exists. ... By the way—this very same Smith is now boasting that he is creating a coalition of organizations in California which, he says, will bring his West Coast followers up to beyond one million We advise a certain Jewish organization which actively combats j Zionism in this country to be | very careful of what it publishes I in its news letter. Part of its i material is being quoted by antiJewish publications in various j parts of the country to the detrii ment of Jews in the United i States .... Oily and Holy Interests If you want to know why the U. S. Government is so much I interested in having order maintained in Palestine and in the neighboring Arab countries, read "The Big Three" by David Dallin. This volume, just published by Yale University Press, analyzes the interests of the United States, Britain and Russia in various parts of the world, including the Middle East. It reveals, among other things, that Stalin definitely raised the IEWIS R. KING WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS STROBEL Jlp Yourself Laundry WE FURNISH THE WASHING MACHINES YOU DO THE LAUNDRY le Sell Material for Washing |F.-t;.blished Over 5 Years REASONABLE PRICES |5101 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 7-5372 Sincere Wishes For A Happy NEW YEAR $ DAN VARROLL 107 N. E. 1st Avenue Palestine question at the Teheran Conference. ... It tells of the claim which the Soviet Government lodged for property of the Russian Greek-Orthodox church in Palestine ... As an illustration of the extent to which Moscow is interested in strengthening contact with the Arabs in Palestine, the book brings to light the fact that the new Soviet envoy, Abdul Sultanov, worships every Friday in the mosque of Omar in Jersulaem, even though he is not a religious person. ... As to the U. S. interest in that part of the world, the author quotes the late Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox as stating that the Middle East contains the greatest known pool of oil in existence in the world. "The oil there could create a hundred Rockefellers," Knox believed. ... An American geologist, Everett Lee DeGoyler, after making a study of the Middle East for the U. S. Government, arrived at the conclusion that the Middle Eastern region has "indicated" reserves of oil amounting to fifty billion barrels The total world output of oil amounts to only two billion barrels a year. The same expert is convinced that the center of world petroleum is shifting from Mexico, the Caribbean area and the United States to the Middle East. Buy More War Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sachsel and Son Wish all their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schatzberg and Family Extend Season's Greetings Mr. and Mrs. LOU H. ZISSEN Wish all their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. RANDOLPH SHEVACH Allen Brooks and Eileen Barbara Extend the Season's Greetings to their Friends RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic tick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices ^aLarge Beautiful Grounds*!^ Monahan's Electric 804 S. 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PAGE FOUR +Jmisti ncrldictn FRIDAY, S EPTEMBER • 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. SHOCHET, Managing Editor 1 Year, $3.00 Six Months, $2.00 2 Years. S5.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1!>45 TISHRI 7. 5706 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 37 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mail received at Jewish I Floridian post Office box. "TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER MMfy Confidential .By PHINEAS J. BIRON THE HIGH HOLY DAYS The liberation of the world, signalized by the occupation at last of ihe full territories of Japan, was further symbolized by the fact that for the first time in a greai many years the Jewish synagogues throughout the world were able to freely observe the high holy days. The two most significant aspects of the observance of the holidays this year were, first their wide observance and secondly, the seemingly conspicious part which American Jewish troops played in these observances. Reports from all corners of the globe show that the presence of American Jewish soldiers were a marked feature of the observance. In Pans, the synagogues of course had many French Jews, j but American Jewish soldiers made up a not insignificant part of the congregation. This is perhaps a symbol and an omen of the great part which American Jewry will play in world, Jewish life in the future. The presence of so many American j Jewish soldiers must have been reassuring to the French Jews. • In faraway Guam, the military authorities ordered a huge | hangar converted into a temporary synagogue, and Christian comrades of the Jewish soldiers cheerfully helped in preparing the structuie for the purposes of Jewish worship This too is a very propitious and characteristically American gesture. It is a sign of the times that is cheering and proves anew that the old American spirit is still strong despite the hate preaching elements which in reality constitute but a fragment of the people. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN AN OPEN LETTER lay, Sept •. 1945 urk: : : ".' ning. th S %  > leal ru w • evening : %  -. %  f the i l i • st .. lat n ... liv< tions of • I %  iis N< A Yeai '. an ent nd mosl c rt< inl> irth I •.;.> J( %  •'•. intil I days ... was ... fact %  :' the earth Ti us, the ten n Jews n g in th Id—tod %  • %  is tht ol i in entire lives—on ... all of us are free iron, once again we can walk without lear, without wondi when the wave : •. '. ill us. However, with* our fret responsibility. F >i the law I compensation is ever working, w cannot expect now to relax with the feeling that all of I'.;: 1 troubles are over, the task of living is a continuous fight—in our case, a desperate fight against those forces in America and throughout the world who are only waiting for the oh a nee to again create hatred, bigotry, and make olass rise against olass and relic %  %  linsl religion. To fight thCse forces, there must be organization. Fortunately for us. one of the most potent weapons against these vicious forces is the antid e f a m a t 1 o n league of B'nai B'rith, an organization that MUST grow in scope with the peace in order to help, among other things, to plan the educational polices of our schools so that intolerance and class hatred will be outlawed from this land of ours Yes. we who are B'nai B'riths should be happy for the part we are doing in this battle. BUT we should not be doing it with a minority of our Jewry. It is. therefore, with real satisfaction Harold, that I understand you are taking up the task of creating new lodges and increasing membership of B'nai B'riths in the state of Florida. This task is part of one of the most important post-war problems we have to tackle. Incidentally, 1 think you will :.: lh.it th< 5t< p •:. %  igui ated in I : lodges 1 Miami v B< ... ."• is .: siep in : %  ght direction, and I hoj : • .the timi thi n \; N< shall be that B'nai Brit '.' Bi .. : 2500. luck in .. '. an I C iialh v IUI s, VID R. ISEN [1 ight to oui atI. %  • thai I the wives B'nai B'rith rs are %  ssion that they %  ally r..i mix rs of, the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary be....%  %  :' their husbar I b< : -: ip in thi Ige. This is in-' The members of the n s auxiliary ol B'nai B'rith must join tl t < ... i ation separately regardless of whethei thei husl an Is .. < B'r...: B or not, so thoa not know this would do to call the B'nai B'I th Hice, 33606, and n tifj thei intention of ining tl en's auxiliary. It that the auxili that there wiU bv nearly ai many m< ml i rs in tl ration as thi .-. B'na B'rith itself. for the London reveals that the Greek Government has approved a de' cree providing that properties of i Greek Jews exterminated during the war and unclaimed by legal ; heirs are to be utilized for the rehabilitation of the Jews surviving in Greece. Chaplain ; Max B. Wall, of New York, a \ graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, conducted the first Rosh Ha-Shana services to be held openly in Munich since the Nazis came to power. Over 129.000 pounds of Kosher food were shipped to the uprooted Jewish refugees in Europe since Y-E Day by the Refugee Immigration Division of Agudath Israel Youth Council of America. The American Zionist Emergency Council in cooperation with related groups announce the Second Annual Essay Contest for Youth, on Palestine. During the first nine months of 5705 the agencies receiving their American support through the United Palestine Appeal spent a total of S22.870.639 for the development and upbuilding of the Jewish National Home and the resettlement there of large numbers of Jewish immigrants, from Europe. More than 1600 Reform. Conservative Orthodox rabbis throughout the nation appealed to the Jews of the United States for unprecede nted support of large-scale relief and rehabilitation overseas and the upbuilding ol Palestine to bring about ihe reconstruction of the shattered lives of the surviving Jews of Europe, as the beginning of the Jewish New Year 5706 ushered in an intensive nation-wide campaign in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and Palestine. Florida's Centennial has been %  the theme ol the King Orange Jamboree paradi Y Eve, it tl veek b> President G >rg E. Whitten i I I itte< ... The "job: [Selective Servici main in full and %  | registrants ages 18 25, I I Si m ..1 Collins. State D::eel i ol Select Si : vice. An electi ic pow r unit and vari us supplies valued %  in : I th asar I I illars, ipped to Birobidjan, the Ji A .'. n mi us Region Soviet Fai East, by the American B C :: -ittee. Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, New York rabbi and community leader who has just returned to the United Sjites from a two-month speaking tour for the Joint Distribution Committee in Argentina. Brazil and Uruguay, said last week that the 600.000 Jews in Latin America are anxious to join with American Jewry in extending every possible aid to the impoverished Jews in Europe." This week the UNRRA authorized the VAAD HATZALA to send 70.000 pounds of clothing to Poland. The .-i. :. organization : i tl B< a h B'nai B ntl place at the V .. er 11. The turn at gi i a< that thi: v v ere not ei si its to go around 1 I %  st gratulated on the •:':'. speed .. ith ru the mooting. It was a pli the participation of : %  %  %  :: 'all nd thi way in which decisi m were quickly reached. The new lodge is going to be called the Miami Beach Lodge ot Bnai B'rith. Citj JTA — Bess n, a 2'.-year-old J. m New York City, was Miss America. 1945.'' the judges had • from mntry. MIZRACHI TO DISCUSS JOINING WORLD Z. O. Jerusalem tJTA> — The quesS B ,.o' whether the Mizrachi World Oiganization should participate in the present coalition executive of the World Zionist Organization will be discussed at the forthcoming world conference of the Mizrachi, it was announced here. RABBI KAPLAN SAYS ORTHODOX AFRAID JTA —CondemnI the herem. which .aimed against him bv "-.. n of Orthodox Rabbis as an attempt by the iox rabbinate to use force ns ol keeping the Jewreligion alive, R..bbi Mordeeai M. Kaplan, leader ol the Reconstructionist movement, charged this week that the Orthodox rabbis took this drastic action because they see their powerful position in the Jewish community challenged by the Conservative rabbinate. The burning ol his revised prayer book and the attack on the entire Reconstructionist movement, charged this week that the Orthodox rabbis took NEW YEAR GREETINGS We're sorry that our first column of the new year pessimistic in tone. Domestic Fascism until wes**?* scured by the headlines from the battlefields is liitina t and shamelessly baring its ugly face Today's col "** fleets a somber panorama. The only way to ch"" 111 complexion is to expose the source of the darkness THE PICTURE Let's face the facts Anti-Semitic incident*, are o A. I increase throughout the country Brooklyn and the I? N. Y., report gang beatings of Jewish youngsters and extra lax police protection, not to mention negligence of police ac after the deed. From Boston comes information concern!!! the desecration of a Jewish cemetery. ... In Springfield S city of the widely overpublicized Springfield Plan, the wnc of a synagogue and of a Jewish Center were smashed recertt Summer resorts in Northern Michigan have witnessed d Semitic riots. ... In Philadelphia and vicinity beatings of! ish kids occur regularly. And the same complaints read us from Newark, N. J. These incidents are perhaps not ml serious when viewed singly. ... It is true that the physical^ juries inflicted on the victims are minor, and 'he property dan age not very large. ... But there is a pattern--an identical pa, ternused by the culprits. And this pattern, whether eg tain timed Jewish souls admit it or not is one of definite reliqioo I and political anti-Semitism. Still more significant is this In the localities where these incidents occur the police and press insist on calling these anti-Semitic onscughts "hoodlio ism" and "youthful pranks." ... So let's resolve to call a spcdi a spade in this new year of 5706, and to label these incipien pogroms as what they are. The only way to destroy aaj. Semitism is to fight it in the open. MORE OF THE SAME The first "New Year card" we received this season wo an interesting one. ... It was addressed to Jew Phineas I. Biron, c o The Sentinel, Chicago. The card reads as tt lows: Phone 6-8411 J. B. Stoner Ku Klux Klan Organizer 204 Temple Court Bldg. Office Hours: Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. 11:30 A M. to 1:30 P.M. 3:30 to P PM Chattanooga 2, Tenn. Mr. Stoner is operating openly, it would seem. As a mails of fact, he is preparing to run for public office on his KKK record. Attention, district attorneys in New York and Chicago: Those brand new copies of "the Protocols of the Elders d Zion" (the foulest anti-Semitic propaganda ever concocted that are now being distributed in your cities are being spx sored by the Gentile Cooperative Association, with headquaft ers in Chicago. WARNING No, Victor Riesel is not exaggerating when he warns that a gigantic political campaign by the old American-FirsW is on the way. John T. Flynn and Upton Close have alreaaf begun a national smear campaign against the memory d Franklin D. Roosevelt. They will try to hammer into th heads of millions of Americans a fantastic tale that RooseveH as the tool of international Jewish bankers, was responsible fa the war, the dead, the mained and the jobless. After Flyna Close & Co. will have their propaganda going Gerald K. Smffl will inaugurate his political campaign, which will leature Huef Long's share-the-wealth proposals, the Townsend plan, and a course Father Coughlin's "Social Justice" principles. • Snm Flynn, Close & Co. believe that the country will go for t all-out prosperity and pension program hook, line and sink* No Riesel is not exaggerating. TRANSATLANTIC Here's an exclusive flash: The British Labor Government! statement on Palestine, due within sixty days, will call l0r *' ternational Zionist protests. The political formula the Atuee men are preparing will be a most tragic disappointment those Zionist leaders who have been proclaiming that the J ish commonwealth is just around the corner. • How c by the way. that the Mufti of Jerusalem is not listed arn ng _j war criminals to be tried? The Mufti is in Allied hands b ^ his record as a finger man for the Nazis in Yougoslavia is £ ed by incontrovertible evidence. How about it Mr' ac ABOUT PEOPLE ... „ Sam Jacobson of Nova Scotia writes us thct r.^is rec-^ sponsor a book on the contribution made by Jewish, sc. J to the discovery of the atomic bomb. ... He is looking ^ good scientific author who knows how to write for o ^ reading public. Which reminds us that Winchell revea^ the other day that our State Department plans to tun' ^ atom bomb production to the Du Ponts. Say it cuntByrnes .... this drastic action because they the Orthodox rabbis_ha ^^ M • their powerful position in renounced the "i the Jewish community challengobedience to rabbin ,e r0cr at* ed by the Conservative rabbiwhich is not b nate. The burning of his revised prayer book and the attack on consent.'' c hart* Rabbi Kaplan a^so ^ that the same s P ir: L religio" 5 the entire Reconstructionist i doxy is stilling Jew *J!i plitul movement. Rabbi Kaplan asserts [ growth in Palestine anu-^ fV in a 30-page pamphlet delendthe community inW \ hein as." ing his views, was occasioned by "hurl bans and the Orthodox rabbi's hope that they could in that manner damage the entire Conservative branch ol Jewry. The use ol the one another and those ^ tf9rB test religion and a which they still m herem, he continues, implies that' ism." creation ol hypoc critical



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JIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1945 Jewish Ftcridlgan PAGE FIVE I! FRIEDMAN VICE PRES. !£ %  STATEJpERATION (CONTINUE D FR OM PAGE 1) a ic and a full time, paid direc,?• will be employed. Jesse Fine, •strict Grand Lodge president, Id Julius Fisher, District fend Lodge secretary, were fesent ut the convention. MilFriedman was toastmaster final affair. Women's Auxiliary of B'rith, which held their Convention simultaneouschose Mrs. L. Ossinsky, Dayna as Councillor, who also is tn'ing president; Mrs. Louis olJnian, Daytona, first vicei [ent; Mrs. H. Moskovits, •ik. 'and, second vice-president; is H. Rubin, Orlando, secre„.Mrs. Harry Katz, treasurer, %  [rs. B. Hyman, Ft. Lauderilc historian. Mrs. Tillie Ronthal. of Miami Beach, inalled the officers. tin the The raai LADIES OF BEACH CENTER TO ME ET The next regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood will be held Tuesday, September 18, at 8:30 P. M. at the clubroom in the Morse Arcade on Hollywood Boulevard. IN THE MAIL BOX September 11th, 1945 Mr. Fred Shochet, The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Fla. Dear Mr. Editor: The meeting'will be oTpwtU I i VSuSS7. mU -£ '^"Sr 1 ^ by cular interest to newcomers, to the art,cle on Rosh Hashono whom an invitation to attend is extended. Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, president of the organization, will speak about the aims and purposes of the Center and the part played by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Mrs. Lillian Hauser, program committee chairman, will outline the schedule of events for the coming season. Activities will include book reviews, lectures by persons prominent in their particular fields of endeavand the Synagogue" by Julius L. Weil, in your Rosh Hashono issue. I am intrigued because he makes a plea for attendance at synagogues and the centrality of the synagogue, but then for some mysterious reason, brings in all the old shibboleth about Reform synagogues. I am afraid that Mr. Weil, whoever he is, does not know or cares to understand, the charDR. COLEMAN BACK WARSAW BUTCHER FOR DENTAL PRACTICE BEING QUESTIONED Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Miami Beach dentist, has returned to civilian life from the army medical corps, and will resume the general practice of dentistry and oral surgery. He is opening offices at 337 Lincoln road. He entered the army in 1942, and held the rank of captain. He San Francisco (JTA)— Joseph Meisinger, the "Butcher of the Warsaw Ghetto," who was captured last week by five Americans in Japan, was questioned this week by American military authorities in Yokohama, the Tokyo radio reported. Charged with murdering 100,The new auxiliary president, I announced shortly. acter of the Reform synagogue. or and various adult and vouth "? 1 1 > i cither 'gnorant or willfully groups. Specific dates will be m 1 .'ous, or is making a demaGoldman, announces that ure plans include the raising M funds to assist in the work M the state A. Z. A. and Hillel P ps. Committees are being Sppo'mted and plans made for p ar work, while war service will still continue. Regular meetings of the organization are held the first and third Tuesday of each month. dent of the fifth district B'nai B'rith who gave the main address of the dinner. He also suggested that B'nai The district officer visited MiB'rith assume leadership in mi and were tendered a din. working for better relations and c: by Sholem Lodge at the MiI tolerance among persons of all ii Woman's Club last Wednesj:i\. Louis Heiman was chairman. faiths. Nat Roth, chairman of the War Services committee of the All-out effort to assist conval-1 Greater Miami lodge, reported veterans and returning on the committee's activities I adjusting themselves to during the war. ivilian life was urged by Jesse in. of Baltimore, Md., presi-1 Buy More War Bonds. %  HUB ITOUBY I PAINTING lea gogic appeal — one which he thinks will endear him to the greatest number of readers. Had Mr. Weil not been so eager to write so glibly, he would have investigated the work being done by the Commission on Ceremonies of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, or easier still for him, he might have attended a Reform service. He would find that Reform services today are neither "churchlike in atmosphere" or devoid of inspiration. The greatest tribute to the type of service the Reform synagogue gives, is that now, 30 or 40 years after Reform synagogues have pioneered in a service suitable for American Jewish life, the Conservative movement and. to some extent, the neo-Orthodox movement, is attempting those things which Reform first introduced several decades ago. To my mind, such irresponsibility on the part of a syndicated writer is inexcusable. Sincerely yours, SAUL B. APPELBAUM, Rabbi was assigned to Wakeman gen000 Jews in the Warsaw ghetto eral hospital, Atterbury, Ind., between 1939 and 1941, Meisand specialized in plastic and singer disclaimed responsibility oral surgery. | and told the American authorities that he was acting only as a soldier carrying out orders. He will be placed on trial as a war criminal. The five Americans who captured Meissinger included three o„~„„ An American correspondents and T Her a ? I W„ KI VnrW nn i two army officers-Capt. Adolf Leon Hotel is in New York on | Dressler \ { Phi i ade iphia and Phyllis Wolfson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wolfson, won the senior girls singles championship last Friday by defeating Peggy Feightner. a business trip. OBITUARIES DIFTLER Hyman Dlftler, Bf, died Wednendaj :ii his home, !'2L' Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. A retired watchmaker, he came from Brooklyn nine years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mflka; two sons. pfc. Joseph \\\. Army, jiinl David, Miami Beach; a brother, Benpamln, and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Friedman and Mrs. Bsther Thompson, all of Knoxvllle, Tenn. Services were hilil Friday In Riverside cbapel, with burial In Ml. Nebo cemetery. Capt. Theodore Holwitz of Milwaukee. TOBACK Mis i.u.-in.T..i..u-k. :is. ..f I'.TT:. Kumquat Avenue, Coconul Drove, died Thursday In a hospital, she ram.' from Fnyette county, Ala.. 14 years ago. Her husband, Prank, a daughter, Antoinette, a sou. Louis, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Jenkins, all of Miami, and a brother and sister in Alabama survive. Services were held Monday at Gordon chapel, with burial in Mi. Nebo cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher returned from their vacation. REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Formerly of Newark, New Jersey Is now located 327 WASHINGTON AVENUE Near Third St., Miami Beach, Fla. In Freedman's Hebrew Book Store, you will find a complete assortment of all religious books in Hebrew anil Kngllsh Torahs, Talaisim, Tfilin. Mezuzas, Mentalach, etc.—A large variety of Palestine and Arrlerican Hebrew novelties. An Assortment of New Year ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES The only store of Its kind in Florida Also country orders taken and promptly filled. 3 5000 I LICENSED MD INSURED CONTRACTORS J 669 N.W.4*Street. KENHOLZ NOW OPEN K e n h o 1 z Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, has reopened for the tenth year of operation in Miami Beach. Saul Kenholz, proprietor, has just returned with his family from a vacation spent in New York and vicinity. Prior to coming here he operated meat markets in Bensonhurst and Bronx, New York, and was formerly associated with the Ukor Meat Products Corporation. The Kenholz Market is under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Tuesday. September 19: Executive Committee meelinK ot Greater Miami Jewish Federation, :: : i>i> p. M.. Federatl ffi.-.-. Wednesday, September 19: Committee on Community Needs, 8:00 P. M., Federation office. MIAMI 36, FLORIDA IIIIIHIIIIHIIIIBIIIIWIIIWIIII CASH BUYERS WAITING For Quick Action List Your Property With ERNEST FULD Real Estate CALUMET BUILDING Phones: 2-0559—4-0487 Dr. S. Charles Werblow Announces His Release from the Army of the United States and his return to the Practice of Medicine 420 LINCOLN ROAD—SUITE 503 MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE 58-1067 DO YOU NEED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK? If you want a girl for Day Work—at a moments notice—one who is reliable and competent—call PHONE 2-2648 ALLEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 420 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI BEACH AGENCY THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGARS 1142 Lincoln Road — Phone 5 2728 HAVANA Zippo Lighters. Dunhill Lighter Sets. KayCIGARS woodie Pipes and Fine Tobaccos "We Ship Anywhere" OUR SINCERE WISHES TO JEWRY AT LARGE FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y W€ST FLAGLCR K€NN€L CLUB West Flagler St. at 37th A v e n u e JACOB SHER, President Fumigation — Moth Proofing — Termite Control Extermination — Mildew Proofing — Rodent Control BUG BUSTERS, Inc. Fully Bonded—Licensed—Insured Operators Miami Beach. 121 5th St. Ft. Lauderdale, 19831 S. Andrews 5-5276 —PHONES— 957 If you want Bugs, that's your business If you don't, that's ours ^g^^Jt^m 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 I ,' IP .1 <



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1945 *Jewist fktiridHicnn PAGE SEVEN ft! HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Weliare Board Help U* Keep a Record of Our Men in Service PARADE I SERVICE r&wssffap GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY Ich announce the engageMVI w wwiuitmi of their daughter Harriet Corp. Gordon Scnelick, of Bci'o Corp. Scnelick is now lioned at Boca Raton. The T,pkare planning their wediu for October. MIAMI TO HAVE LARGE HOSPITAL FOR CANCER >fc. Harry Geduldig, 642 Milean Avenue, Miami Beach, on j Italy with a chemical ..mpany of the air serv(l ,mmand, Mediterranean i of operations, was sett, 1 to make a sightseeing air jr of Italy. Geduldig was part a croup who made up the BSi nger list of two B-17s, esi chartered for this event honor of the celebration of |c 38th anniversary of the ti : forces. |L1. David Hendel, 900'i Euclid venue, Miami Beach, is recog*ed as one of the experts on C i per air strata, and has ten commended for teaching sters the newest technique .(ather predictions and an|\ He has been a member I AAF weather service |] years and is at Mitchell eiii. N. Y. weather station. He as promoted to first lieutenant. I at 835 Lincoln Road avt been opened by Dr. LeonEd L. Weil, for the practice of i{ ne. Dr. Weil, who was Eccntly retired as a captain in be U. S. Army, previously ownthe Miami Beach Hospital ad Clinic. A Thought for Rosh Hashona By lER I VICE PAGE— Solomon Singer, 1714 S. W. th Street, left Sept. 4 for North College, Dahlonega, Ga., a student in the Army Specia:ed Training Reserve Program. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Max nger, the 17-year-old Miamian a graduate of Miami Senior gh and enlisted in the army ugust 1. Millon J. Katz, AOM 3/c. son ^f Mr. and Mrs. George M. Katz, 552 Washington Avenue, Miami i dently won his wings Opa-locka Naval Air Base | rpedo bombers. actuate of Miami Technical High school, he enlisted in ivy in September, 1944. He now awaiting orders. The Rotfort family will have reunion this week with the ilseharge from service of Lieut. rving R. Rotfort and Corp. Lou Rotfort. Their sister, Lieut, (j.g.) Cecil Rotfort, of the Coast iuard, is home on furlough. She K'il! return in two weeks to her Itaiion at New Orleans. 5Kli\'ICE PAGE T4 Stanton Halpert, 1761 S. loth Street, has been released rom service through the Camp Standing Separation Center. T 4 Lawrence B. Rohan, 1815 ftppei-ehee Drive, arrived in V'v. York this week from overleas service. I William (Billy) Peretzman. p> 15th Street, Miami Beach, pill be home on leave this week [or six days, following his boot paining at Bainbridge, Maryarid. Billy, who graduated from foami Beach Senior High school K> June, will report back to Cambridge for assignment. CHAPLAIN SAMUEL HOROWITZ Senior Jewish Chaplain, IndiaBurma Theatre Japan's unconditional surrender has come on the eve of Rosh Hashona when our prayers center around universal peace and human brotherhood, the establishment of God's Kingdom on earth. Both V-E Day and V-J Day seem to fit in with a discussion in the Talmud on the season of Redemption. One school of thought maintains that the Redemption of Israel would occur on Passover, because Pesach is a "Watch-Night unto the Lord" and many miraculous events of redemption have occurred on that night, according to tradition. The other school of thought emphasizes Rosh Hashona by referring to the great Messianic Shofar of Redemption. Thus, both schools of thought have been borne out, with V-E Day having occurred shortly after Passover, and VJ Day near Rosh Hashona. Let us hope that the world's statesmen will "band themselves together to do God's will with a perfect heart," so as to "perfect the world under the Kingdom of the Almighty." The only basis for a lasting and righteous peace is through the recognition of God's sovereignty and the elimination of selfishness and power politics. Thus, the statesmen must turn prophetic, not pathetic. The Jew must not be the "forgotten man." Equal rights must be accorded him as a group, in order that his rights as an individual be safeguarded. The Jew too must strive with tenacious determination for the ucognition of those rights by the world, and this is the decisive hour. The price we have paid in terms of 6,000.000 mass graves in Poland should teach the lesson that land redemption in Palestine would have proven by far the cheapest alternative: and that the cause of democracy and of victory would have been greatly enhanced if these martyrs were alive, because they would have contributed vitally to the United Nation's war effort. We owe it to the memory of our holy martyrs to rehabilitate our survivors in a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine, as a preliminary condition for a better post-war world, that our prayers for God's Kingdom on earth be speedily realized; "Then wilt Thou reign supreme over all Thy works and over Mount Zion and over Jerusalem theholy city ." WOUNDED IN ACTION T/Sgt. Irving Louis Davis, 36, Infantry, of Winthrop, Mass. In South Pacific. S/Sgi. Joseph Forma n, 31 Army Air Force, of Maiden, Mass. On New Guinea. Held the Air Medal and four Clusters. Capt. s. C. Werblow has been retired from active duty with FJ e u S. Army Medical Corps W the AAF Regional and Convalescent Hospital here. The Miami Beach physician, wounded V} a sneak Jap air raid on New MUtnea April 4, 1944, was returned to the United States last g r ar His wife, Dorothy and jneir two children, Lynne and jwlianl. live at 720 East Di Lio Koad. KILLED IN ACTION Prt. John B. Rosenthal, 35, Infantry, 0 f New York City. In Germany. LfLouis C. Schwartz, 28, "it"y t Air Force of New York VIn India. Navigator aboard 1,;* !" ". he held the DistinMedai ying CrOSS and A r T/Sgt. Phillip Susskind, former student at Ida M. Fisher high school in 1938, has returned to Miami Beach after completing 75 missions in the Mediterranean area as a gunner on a B-25 medium bomber with a host of decorations and a total of 180 points to his credit. Susskind wears the Soldier's' Modal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, and the Air Medal with eight clusters. He also wears the American and European theater ribbons. The six-foot, 190-pound sergeant won his Soldier's Medal on a bombing run over Trento, Italy. Discovering that a bomb had stuck in the bomb bay and realizing that the lives of his fellow crew-members were imperiled, by a possible explosion. Susskind removed his parachute. ; lowered himself into the bombbay, and released the shackles, thus pettisoning the bomb and saving the crew. Sgt. Susskind is 25, and has been in the army for six years. After a years' training, he was I sent with the sixth air force stationed in Panama. He served i as a radio operator and a para! chute rigger for the 37th fighter squadron there. Arriving overseas in the early part of 44, Susskind's outfit was stationed at an airbase on Corsica. From this base, he bombed targets in Italy and southern France. He also bombed the Brenner Pass twice. j Important targets his group bombed included: Valence and I Nice, in support of the Allied ] southern France invasion, and Pallazzolo and Bologna in Italy. Chaplain (Capt.) Ernest M. Ernest M. Lorge, 29, infantry, of Cincinnati, O., was awarded the Bronze Star for "meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy from Dec. 1, 1944 to May 8, 1945 in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, and Germany." Chaplain Lorge served as Hillel counselor at the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. As chaplain for Special Troops Lorge "devoted time to all the personnel of Jewish faith in the entire division. Not only did he serve the men of the division, but disregarding time and danger, served men of other units." The citation adds that "on many occasions Chaplain Lorge brought religious and spiritual aid to the men in the front lines. He also found time to devote to aiding liberated Allies, giving them the spiritual uplift they had lacked for so long." Miami is well on its way to becoming the site of a $2,500,000 cancer hospital. Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade county commander of the Field Army, American Cancer Society, said that plans for a four-floor, 200-bed structure already are on the drawing boards. The project was given a flying start with the chartering on June 1 of the Dade County Cancer Society, Inc., as a subsidiary to the national society. She appealed to Greater Mimians to join the fight against cancer by sending their contributions to the cancer society's headquarters, 843 I n g r a h a m building. The proposed hospital would have the latest equipment for battling the dreaded disease—Xray, radium and surgery, and most important of all, she said, a cancer clinic. MUSIC LOVERS WILL HEAR MANY ARTISTS ...„.jr\ Major General Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr., commanding general 6th Marine Division, (back to camera) congratulates Naval Chaplain Morton M. Herman on receipt of a Bronze Star for "meritorious achievement" on Okinawa. WOUNDED IN ACTION KILLED IN ACTION Pvt. Ernest J. Bornstein, 26, Marine Corps, of Brooklyn. On Iwo Jima. Pfc. Irwin D. Ginsberg, 20, Marine Corps, of Staten Island. On Iwo Jima, by a Jap sniper. Was a flame thrower. Presidenteial Unit Citation. Lt. Alvin Lloyd Gallin, 24, Navy, of Brooklyn. On Okinawa. S/lc William B. Gordon, 21, Navy, of Memphis, Tenn. In South Pacific, when his carrier, the Bunker Hill, was hit by Jap suicide planes. Lt. Bernard L. Jaffe, 25. Marine Corps, of the Bronx. On Iwo Jima. Presidentian Unit Citation. Pfc. Jess H. Klein. 30, Army Engineers, of Forest Hills, L. I. On Okinawa. T/Sgt. Joseph Kooperman, 31, Infantry, of Chicago, 111. On Bougainville. Holds the Bronze Star. Pvt. Seymour J. Lederer, 20, Marine Corps, of Brooklyn. On Iwo Jima. Unit Citation with four stars. Pvt. Robert M. Meyer, 21. Marine Corps, of New York City. On Iwo Jima. Presidential Unit Citation. Pvt. Daniel Goldberg, 19, Marine Corps, of New York City. On Okinawa. Pfc. Sam Goldman, 27, Infantry, of Brooklyn. In Germany. Lt. Clifford J. Kaiser, 21, Army Air Force, of New York City. In the Philippines. Pfc. Joseph B. Konikoff, 21, Infantry, of New York City. In the Philippines. Pfc. David Lefkowitz. 25, Infantry, of Brooklyn. In the Philippines. Cpl. Irvin B. Mayer, 19, Marine Corps, of Raleigh, N. C. On Iwo Jima. Purple Heart and two Clusters. Sgt. Jacob L. Merker, 22, Infantry, of Brooklyn. On OkinaPvt. Robert L. Omens, Marine Corps, of Chicago. On Iwo Jima. Miami music lovers will hear an impressive array of renowned artists when they attend the University of Miami Symphony orchestra series for 1945-46. Pianist George Sandor will open the season with a program on Nov. 18 and 19, and other artists to appear during the season are Spivakovsky, Sir Thomas Beecham and Lady Betty Humby Beecham, Igor Gorin, Albert Spalding and the oratorio. "The Pilgrim's Progress," to be performed by the University of Miami chorus. Deviating from their usual custom, in'order to accommodate all Miamians, each concert will be presented twice, on Sunday afternoons and again on Monday evenings in the Miami Senior high school auditorium. Dr. Modeste Aloo, popular with audiences here since he first started conducting the orchestra three years ago again will be conductor. Persons interested in securing reservations for the concerts have been requested to state whether they wish to attend the Sunday afternoon progras or the Monday evening programs. Mrs. Arnold Volpe, Symphony office, University of Miami, is in charge of reservations. Pfc. Edwin M. Lobl, 20. Infantry, of New York City. On Luzon, during combat patrol. Pvt. Melvin Newman, 19, Medical Det., of Brooklyn. On Iwo Jima. S/Sgt. Haskell Saxe. Infantry, of Brooklyn, Mass. On Leyte. Bronze Star. During an enemy counter-attack, he saw the platoon leader of the first platoon leading off to flank the counterattack and noticed that most of the first platoon's men were too far away to follow. He voluntarily picked five of his own men and joined the assault. The success of the operation was "largely due to Sgt. Saxe's courage and initiative." S2/c Joseph Z. Walker, 23, Navy, of Revere, Mass. On New Guinea. Cpl. Sidney Silverberg, 20, Marine Corps, of the Bronx. On Iwo Jima. Presidential Citation. Cpl. Ralph Schlesinger, 24. Amphibious Tractor Bn., of Perth Amboy, N. J. On Ie Shima. Presidential Unit Citation. Lt. Joseph Wapner, Infantry, of Los Angeles, Calif. On Cebu, Philippine Islands. Lt. Laurence Weiss, 28, Infantry, of Perth Amboy, N. J. On Mindanao. Recipient of Bronze Star and Presidential Citation. His personal direction of the fire of his platoon was responsible in a large degree for the annihilation of Japs and the successful completion of the battalion's mission, according to his award citation. Pfc. Sam Smith, 29, Infantry, of Chicago, 111. Twice, in Germany. FIGHTING FOR AMERICA Cpl. Seymour Schnier, 19, Army Air Force, of Brooklyn. In French Indo-China.



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PAGE SIX *Jenist fkricffar? FRIDAY, S EPTEMBER INFORMAL RECEPTION GIVEN BYJ5ISTERHOOD An informal reception was tendered by the Sisterhood and the Men's Club of Temple Israel last Sunday honoring members and their families. The board of both organizations served as hosts and hostesses. A special tea table and storytelling hour arranged for the children guests was in charge of Mrs. Lcona Levin and Mrs. Leon Lichtenstetter assisted by members of the men's club. In the receiving line were Rabbi and Mrs. Saul Appelbaum, Mt\ Oro\iu, Benjamin W. Slote, Jr., Harry Boy el I, M \ Meisel, Mr*. Ri l>a Bugler Epsti it., i: Max Goldstein. Another receiving llni Inclu led past president remple, Harrj V. Blmons, I • -1• • r i'. Ihi Ini in, Louis Zeientz iic • --• for • he on were: Mrs. M B. Ross, Mr* Harold .set, Mrs. Philip WVInMeln, Mrs I. Mi ndelso'i, Mrs i. %  7.< lent*, Ml Prank I 'el 1m in. Al Nevn -. Mi a Monti Seligr. i, vine, who wl four o'clock N i remal f tin -Mr.-. II. HI h \1 Ed* Oreenwi I Mrs Si H Mrs, Bi Mis Mai Joseloff, Mrs. Max OrOVltS, Mrs BanjHTllll! W. SiOt* Presiding at th* punch bowl* wen past presidents of Sisterhood and %  wives of Temple board members Mrs Harry Boyell. Mn M i M M Lewis Seligman, Mrs Man Mrs, Benjamin Vt Sloti Mrs. 1 M Welnsteln, Mrs i: Max i! Mrs Harold Spaet, Mrs l i 'onflrmant %  ol Israel as slating, In serving v -~ Joyce Kersln, M -J •%  %  • Miss Phyllis Ros M v tin Golden, Miss Belt) M s Ituili WolkoH -k i Miss stone, Mi>Ma I u %  -Doris Brown, Miss Greta Miss Carolvi Gutl cobs, Marvl K .. le> Rlchter Anal were made b> Men's '"lit, rs / "LI B. Spnet, II. i ry V S ry Bu Mr .1 I hi Slsterhi Luby, Mrs H n y V. S Ail"l|.|i \V< Ihi Mrs 1 i. thi The Lei iol, 1010 Wesl Avenue, Miami Beach, will us winter season on October I, R< .:.-:. : ions will be ace* Si pti ber 2-i. Mrs. : rotor of the school which has been established here years. HOLLYWOOD CLUB TO HAVE SUMMER MEET The HO11.VWO.K1 Kennel club's 46-dav summer victory meeting -, :•., ., prelude of the Kigan16 Florida greyhound ,-i ason, nager, Willia m S> %  has the track ready for .. ffu al schooling races to St. I F and run over a span \ n -. > announced the of. ... f. ml> with Boyd Rhodes pn siding judge; Frank F i I Ii rdale, assom Fenn, padH an, veteran scales al Biscayne, will ntee; J, J. "Turk" Harris .'as racing secrel Revi Mass., will be Hi rtwell, long ..... Syms, will be rid Bert Berry the 1 :• chart and luties. Other officials : .::\ Dundas, kennel master: Di I Ki ll< y, veterinarian: .' C Bu n< tt, patrol judge and E S Si tty" Woodward. toi i :' n utuels LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that tiniituli i sinniil. ili'slrlng to cngaKe In business iimlor tin' fictitious name of A .v B GARMENT COMPANY, UOl Inc.. Intends to register said name ith the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. AARON HERKOWITZ PAUL WEITZMAN Attorney fur Applicant h-10-17-^4-31 !>/7 IN THE I'nl'N'I'Y Jl'lx.K'S Cot'HT l.\ AN 11 FOR DADE COUNTY. FI/ORIUA, IN I'llnHATE. No. 16682 In Re ESTATE OP JENNIEVEVE M \V r.l.K.NIs Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and .Mi Pi raona llnvinx Claims ••< Demands Against Said Esl He: \,. i. and each of you, ai e hereby nut II led and reuuli • %  I t" prese it any claims and demands which you, or either if you, mas line asalnst the i-xtati of JENNIEVEVE MAY BLENIS, iieci ised late of Dade County, i i, to the ii"M. w. F. Blanton, Judge "i Dade County, and file the name In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, i ,. within eight calendar mon'ha f i the date of the first publication i %  Said claims or demand i o • i t hi Ii L: -i I address of the %  i ind %  !"• sworn t< and preNOW 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 Miami's Blood Rank put out an urgi nt pit a 1 i doni irs, citing ;i drop front 100 to only 15 volunteers daily during recent weeks. At the same time, said A. J. deary, director, demands for blood ha\e continued at a high level. aforesaid, or same will bi See Sei tlon 120 "f the Ail. September 12, A. D. 1946. MAX R, SILVER nf the Estate of MAY BLEN'IS 1 deceased. d l'i obati Date \vimi: trator JENNIEVEVE M W R SILVER Attorney for Administrator '. 14-21-28 10 5 Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! CHOOSE YOUR OWN POST-WAR CLIMATE SUMMER COOLING WINTER HEATING f^ with one simple unit SERVEL Oty* GAS AIR CONDITIONING % What kind of climate do you like? In your home of tomorrow, you'll be able to "make it to order" year round. That's the promise of Servel All-Year Gas Air Conditioning. In summer, this new kind of air conditioner circulates cool air through every room of the house —removes the moisture that causes such discomfort in hot, sticky weather. In winter, it heats your home—provides just the right amount of humidity for health. And all this with one simple unit— all at the flick of a switch! Servel All-Year Gas Air Conditioning was developed before war came—by the makers of famous Servel Gas Refrigerators. It will be ready for you when peace is won. Already, hundreds of systems are on test in homes throughout America and winning enthusiastic praise. So start planning now for this new modern comfort! Start saving—buy War Bonds and Stamps. PEOPLESsE^^ajjfecoMpAjyY th in business Of BNO-CRE.M1-:, 'at"? J! n al"kl NOTICE 18 IIKP.EHvT^-^ IO undersigned i,; i' iiVt *fc business under th. '."*.' 5 cult Court of i ., ."kof a 7*, Attorney for Applies,, ___J^W-lJ NOTICE ii HERPOT^-3 In business :,, ... ,,. ;; 1 .,£1 --— ,, of STEVENS Ponce !>. %  i.,.,„. .. Florid /fcJil ie with ii,.. tat\ ^"name'wlVh'' S,\ cult Court of i' '; *Uii£| STEVEN 4 Byi .MAX BTEITPVa r, Attest: V : IRVINfl I'l'^Tptv -. MYERS & HEIMAN N *l\ Attornej W. 62nd Wi*,?| County, Pi, ^J STEVENS MARKET X0 By A "I A MAX STEVEXS, MYERS^'SEI^T 8 ^' -I A > •I": \ STEVENS MARKET SO • E -I By: AUest^ STBV EXS IRVINfl EPSTEIS MYERB & HEIMAN :i Attorneys : Api I %  1-U4 ELEVENTH jri.lci.M, OP PLORIPA IN v.\p FORDS COUNTY. IN CHANCEBT "^1 DIANE WIXMAN. 'pis ntlff, LEO wix. MAN Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATI0H TO; LEn W1X.MAN, Vrh .uPBU, A.l.S Ashvl I, Son 1 "U %  • !,,' %  %  • -!'. Si your nppeai .,• %  • %  %  ,. %  -j, mil ol '-.. %  • • % %  4\ ajcalnst you by DIANE UlXM.tX, • %  ii or befon the 27 i ( Sp;iie 1945, other* i-• [Ions of aH Iilll ill Ii, %  ., you. DONE AND ORDERED Ml I 'l l] of August. All.. i: Ii LEATHERMAX. "!r:k i Circuit Co in B) U'.M \v ST' ICKING, D. I if'ircuit Court s, H IROLD TI'IUC. Solicitor for Plalnl • • • • MM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '">F THI I ELEVENTH Jl'DH IRCtBl OP FLORIDA, IN AND P JOT COUNTY. IN CHANTERT, i'.-is.Sill ORDER FOR PUBLICATION MAIM' IN CATHERINE M %  Plaintiff, SIMPLICIO T SIORtL D TO: Sin pllcln T M • -' •• bans Hotel, N. W rork N You ;irtIi%  %  • 1 '" f:! J* | appearance the Bills ; Complaint for i 1 • iW' at) led cause, on the !i di I Jf tember, 1945, '-' feaso \\ %  : I i ent li Is further *' Ish Plorld HI Is the news '] %  rhl h this rii JJJ oi a week for I '' This 88 day %  \ i :' ..., E <: LHATII • %  %  s Circuit. D By -.* T. M ^^" iRDEN, fOlroult i in .-'•'' : '. i'' ISTAS .v M v '•' Att. %  I Ol NOTICE OF APPLICAT C '• : '-' TAX NEED .• .MI NOTICE IS 1' I %  '. M HARKINS, ', < .' Ml ami Tax Cert .' I, dat M has filed A P in my offlci -\ tlon for tax dei %  .tiflcatcs embi >, wll si : Ibi l pi opet U. HOLLYWOOD MIAMI BEACH FORT LAUDERDALE t'ountv. Florida < r lSi' B 13.48of N %  • I^.t 4. less E Resub if i. • I recnrili-1 Plat. ~u Tialon Plal bo. k City of Miami State of PI %  Certificate v %  • of said • : %  aid Certlflcat th, mime of I nkj %  s *• %  0 C, N .,'.' T.. i t. less i 4 of Resub of • %  recorded Plal visloi Plat bonk R Cltj of Miami. • afp of F %  ,-, • n • %  • %  •aid %  til ii,.• %  %  !* l-nl. 1 ,i. lrd* y will issue thi i ,ne • Circuit Court Seal. ^.f/T-J**!



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JLUME 18—NUMBER 37 MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS TO 1 HANCE TO LEARN Jewish Education Month will erved locally and nationi September 8 to Octo|r 8. Hebrew and Sunday Schools Greater Miami are planning intensive campaign to urge tents to give their children a Iwish education. "The Bureau Jewish Education will coordithese activities," Mr. Louis fimnn. president, stated. Durthis month everything will done to reach all parents in area, For this purpose, the preau of Jewish Education has K| ed a live register of all Iwish children. Parents will be Int.u ted by phone and mail and rged to enroll their children Dd keep them in school until ey have received an adequate ucation. Several thousand at lets stressing the importance a Jewish education have been ptributed by the Bureau. Jeweducation will be the theme one "f the sermons preached the Rabbis in the synagogues pring the High Holy Days. [Aftiliated with the Bureau are kc schools of Beth David Conjugation, Beth Sholom Temple, i Beach Jewish Center, and fempie Israel. The schools will ben registration immediately fter the High Holy Days. Palestine Film to Be Shown Here "The Palestine Problem" is the title of the new "March of Time" which will be shown at the Lincoln, Capitol and Miami Theatres, Friday through Monday, September 14-17. The feature presents an extremely interesting and enlightening story on the progress of Palestine, and the picture record has character and dramatic appeal, dealing with all aspects of the problem in an objective manner. The performance is important because it shows remarkable insight into the needs of Jews and it points out realistically the implication of present Jewish conditions in Europe. OF APPEAR ON RADIO THIS WEEK END Rabbis of the Greater Miami area will appear on the radio stations here on special Yom j took issue with Jacob Blaustein, Body Opposed to National Budget New York (JTA) — Ezra Z. Shapiro, chairman of the newly created Committee to Oppose National Budgeting, issued a statement reiterating that the new group was formed "by leadI ers of Federations and Welfare I Funds," and not by "national I and overseas agencies." He also PILGHIMMJIGE TO CEMETERIES WILL BE HELD SUNDAY E T OF STATE LODGES Kippur programs this week-end. Saturday evening at 8:45 over station WKAT Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Beth Sholom, will speak and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant. They will be assisted by Mrs. Richard Goodman, soloist and Herman Fried, accompanist. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Congregation Beth Jacob, will speak on "The Law i of Resolution" over station WGBS on Sunday, September I 16 at 8:30 A. M. Cantor Louis D. 1 Feder will chant traditional mel! odies. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will %  speak over WKAT Sunday afternoon at 2:15 P. M. Cantor Emanual Balkan will assist. New B'nai B'rith, Lodge is Formew chairman of the Budget Research Committee of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, who last week declared that the principle c£ national budgeting had the support of a clear majority of the members of the Budget Research Committee. T T New York (JTA)—A motley 1 collection of former members of I the American First party, the Nazi Bund and smaller anti Milton A. Friedman, past president of Sholem Lodge, was elected vice-president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges convention held Beach over the Lai ever end. Friendman's elevation to the YMHA. The Name CommitPa rtv to form \Tocal ennoto • the vice-presidency is a culmi| tee reported that the name of the "'£, „ on !, m ,iL P nation of many years of activity lodge would be the Miami Beach l or eanization. in B'nai B'rith and AZA work. Lodge of B'nai B'rith. A report < Amon j th e participants were Mrs. Dina Goldman of Miami from the Dues Committee an| ^' u nd ctcd seditionists, Elmer _. ,;was chosen president of the nounced that annual dues would *,lmnurst. who it has been reliaqet FaVOred ^ ate F edera t ioI \ of B' nai B'rith, be SIS a year with an initiation P^ d ; fig!*SL&3$u!£: m ww \,%*t Women: ^haDters succeeding fee of $5. The initiation fee is to be waived for any veteran joining within a year after his release from service. The committee also reported that any The annual pilgramage to cemeteries in the Greater Miami area will be made this coming Sunday. It is the established custom throughout the country I for visitation to the final rest: ing place of loved ones to be made during the intervening I days between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. I The Rabbinical Association of 1 Greater Miami announces the following schedule for this Sunday: At Woodlawn Cemetery, Jewish Section, services will begin at 10 A. M. with Rabbis Simon April, Moses Mescheloff and Max Shapiro participating. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will be present at the Temple Israel plot in Woodlawn at 2 P. M. Mount Nebo Cemetery. West Flagler at 54th Avenue, services %  a t 11 A. M. with Rabbi Irving I Lehrman and Cantor Emanuel Balkan officiating. Graceland Park. Temple Israel Section. I Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will be i present at 3 P. M. At the City Cemetery, N. E. 2nd Avenue at 19th Street, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will participate in the services at 11:30 A. M. lays Blaustein Women's Chapters succeeding Mrs. Louis Osinsky of Daytona Beach. The hundred delegates repreN< • York (JTA)—Jacob Blausenting 14 Florida lodges chose lein, i 'lairman of the Budget Morrice Uman of Tampa as %  n Committee of the' state president. Other officers %  ouncil of Jewish Federations • chosen were: Jack Kapner of (id Welfare Funds, reiterated ; West Palm Beach. Abe Gross of h: k that a majority of the %  Tallahassee, and Lew Katz of lembers of that committee faI Orlando, vice-presidents; Harry ov the National Advisory Bud: Moskowitz of Lakeland, trcasan which is being sub' urer, and Leonard Cooperman of "it": to the member communi: St. Petersburg, secretary. Lieut. the Council. i Col. Elry Stone, of Miami. Al In a statement commenting on Block of Tallahassee, and Bariin raised several days ne y Cohen of Orlando, were go by the group opposing naI named trustees. State Hillel fonal budgeting Mr Blaustein chairman is Dr. Mathew Droslei-l;,: I doff, Gainesville; A. D. L. chair['" is apparent that the oppo; man Ernest Maas, Tampa. *U"ii committee has misread or 1 Highlights of the convention jjisinterpreted both as to conincluded plans for intensifying tnt and record of votes an in' youth activities, substantial sup' 'port which was presentI P of t to the Hillel programs and i i l l i ill... %  v. I %  V^ V* (l.i. UUI person under 26 who joined the gandists. der for 5,000 copies of the "Protocols of Zion" with a local printer, and Col. Eugene Sanctuary and a sprinkling of antiSemitic and pro-fascist propaLodge would pay only half the dues of $7.50. The Constitution and By-Laws Committee announced that each member would receive a copy of the bylaws by mail and that members would be asked for their comments at an early meeting. The The addresses were devoted to the usual attacks on Jews, Roosevelt, the present administration and other favorite topics of the "hate" groups. John G. Scott, editor of the publication "Money," which is devoted to a "Christian American," told the in February to the board of i coordination of all inter-faith ac-. Semitic forgery, were placed 1 f^ n a ^ 1 A la m & .a I aV 1 H! 1_ t jY 1— T 1 A 1 \ 1 -Ilia IhT ^. a %  %  A T *-ill a*^ III *^ V r\ fc llpt f' Council for its consideration. tivities through the Florida ADL Pnly five members of the BudI office. pi Research Committee of fourj A B'nai B'rith Youth Mission, ecu were definitely opposed to headed by Harry Jaffee, of Jack"i' principle of advisory budI sonville, was organized for the j sedition trial, it was revealed by %  tionalist propaganda. P"ng at that time and Hoi; Steering Committee arranged audience, which consisted of for appointment of new commitabout 125 persons, that the tees who would get the work of | group led by Christian Fronter the organization moving. Joe McWilliams and a new I group being formed by former PRriTDPOT C. OF ZTON' radio commentator and Hearst TC TO RF RFPRTNTFn! w ritel y pton Close would shortlb l\J DC, ntrnUllLU|]y amalgamate with the Ameri1 j can Nationalists. Nc !" York • Kincil.'' 'EREMONIES HELD FOR ORDERED OF LUBLIN another indicted seditionist. a press that during his recent visit in London he was told that responsible authorities in Britain believe that the Palestine question will be settled very soon. "This question should have been settled long ago," the Arab prince said. He expressed the hope that "an agreement will shortly be reached." Prince Feisal is en route to Saudi-Arabia after attending the San Francisco Conference and spending some time in England, in his disclSed thCt'the fVr5M Saudi-Arabian for; '"d gas chambers have e '6 n minister. i\eV C ''>" u '. 0, tcd into a museum re on ,elics o£ the victil.is '"* %  Twenty-thousand Persons gathered in Lublin at ues commemorating the persons, most of them r n -. who me N a thi were murdered by rnazu m the Maidanek camp, bm-,,1 ". Saw radio reports. The f "aacast diselnspH that tkn fk. laces T ." n view. o m ,„ Ccn t'al Trade Unions WontoH 10n of Poland has Bie %  a resolution condemning Craem. ( n a n t'-Jewish riots in W undoi 1 r d K dcm anding a purge ndc,s able elements, accordP8 to f ec ved here. a report from Warsaw Jerusalem (JTA)—Civil and military censorship of cables and letters leaving Palestine will be terminated the end of this month and censorship of the local press will be restricted to "matters affecting the country's security, Acting High Commissioner John V. M. Shaw told a conference of Palestine editors. LATIN AMERICANS TO AID EUROPE'S JEWRY New York (JTO—Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, New York rabbi and community leader who has just returned to the United States from a two-month speaking tour for the Joint Distribution Committee in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, said, that "the 600,000 Jews in Latin America are anxious to join with American Jewry in extending every possible aid to the impoverished Jews in Europe." Schedule of Religious Services for Yom Kippur. Sunday evening and Monday will be found on page 8. London (JTA) — Considerable concern has been aroused in refugee circles here by a report in the Times which says that the British public favors the repatriation of refugees because of the acute housing shortage here. The Times points out that many parliamentary candidates questioned before the elections favored repatriation of the refu] glees. It also quotes a Home Of, fice statement declaring that the refugees are here on a temporary basis, and that the conditions imposed when the refugees were alowed to come here will be waived only in exceptional cases. Pres. Truman in Talk to Congress Washington (JTA)—Declaring that freedom from discrimination because of race, religion and color was an "American ideal" and "one of the fundamentals of our political philosophy," President Truman in his message to Congress reiterated his recommendation that the Fair Employment Practice Committee be placed on a permanent basis by Congressional enactment. "During the years of war production," said the President's message, "we made substantial progress in overcoming many of the prejudices which had resulted in discrimination against minority groups. Many of the injustices based upon considerations of race, religion, and cjlor were removed. Many were prevented. Perfection was not reached, of course, but substantial progress was made. "In the reconversion period and thereafter, we should make every effort to continue this American ideal. It is one of the fundamentals of our political philosophy, and it should be an integral part of our economy. The Fair Employment Practice Committee is continuing during the transition period. I have already requested that legislation be enacted placing the Fair Employment Practice Committee on a permanent basis. I repeat that recommendation." Amsterdam (JTA)—Rosh Hashonah services held in synagogues throughout Holland for the first time since the liberation of the country from the Germans presented a gjoomy picture of Jewish survival in the Netherlands. In the H a g u e, where 17,000 Jews lived before the war, only 1,500 survived to attend the New Year services. COHEN IS COUNSELLOR OF U. S. STATE DEPT. Washington (JTA)—Benjamin V. Cohen has been nominated counsellor of the State Department by President Truman, and his name was sent to the Senate for confirmation. Mr. Cohen was previously associated with Mr. Byrnes in the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, and has a long record of service in the government under the late President Roosevelt. When Byrnes became Secretary of State he appointed Cohen a special assistant. Cohen accompanied him to the Potsdam Conference, and is now in London to attend the forthcoming meeting of foreign ministers. i "t %  • .(!• %  w. ", 1 t r m



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PAGE EIGHT vjewisr) Horidian FRIDAY, SEPTEMjg,. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach: Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi; Orthodox. — Friday evening services At 7: s.ii urtl.i\ morning services at v 30. Rabbi Mescheloff itl speak on "The Transcendentalism "f Repentance al 6 p. m. This traditional "Shabbon Teshuva" sermon "ill be delivered In Yiddish. The public Is Invited. Ki N'ldre services "ill !" %  held Sunda> at 7 p. in. ai the synagogue bail.lint; and the Talmud Torah Communltj building. Rabbi Mescheloff will Bpenk ,,n "The Great Secret." Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the traditional -. i vices ;'i the s> nagogue bu Cantor Nathan Wroobel "ill chanl the services In the Comniunlt} buildM •:... mi lug services III o'clock ami il houl the da> rhe sei mon topic ie I ledlcatlon Ylakor Memorial *r\ lei iii I" i" Id I • a MI. ihi '' mmunlty b a: 11 a m. in the >> Uabbl Mi -. hi •: will chant the losing Xi iRi Sen ei Religious scl %  • held thro igl thi week l I to 8 p in. Ri sti atlon of children In the bar n is\ ass w ill t aki same MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Thi bath pi Klpl know as "The Sabbath "f Ri • I Shabbas Shu\ ah I': Ida) i-vi ng at 7: Saturda) morning set\, .,; Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ibji ct, "Whei I'm S • iks.' and Cantor Emanuel Barkan 111 hai I Mlnchfl %  will be held at 7 p m and Maail> nt 7:30 p. n Tom Kip ered In Kol Xldri : ; 1". n, iii Sunda) • >. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  •' Rah I will hi H w %  %  %  Vn Vom I chain M E \ -;. % %  • the M for the dead, n III % % %  In Id at Rabbi I., hi n H si rmon What ti nl Are Mi n %  • luncrcgatli'i TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach. Liberal. Service* \\ K Services. Sin > • • || \ • Rabbi Lecn Krorish pri hlng oi 'Is Mai (he Master of ii Monask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO Ii You Are in Need oi Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision COt) Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 dav. September 17, morning service* at 10 o'clock, children's services at S, afternoon services at i. and \lkor Mem..rial Services al S:S0. Sermon topic, "They Did Not Die In Vain. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will conduct the musical portion "f the > %  i assisted by Mrs. Richard Goldman, soloist. Members are urged lo come before the opening of each service lo meditate quietly during the organ prelude. The Sisterhood "ill tender i "Break the Past" Immedlatel) after the concluding service. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue The Sabbath of Repi i tarn • ill be ushi i ed in Friday evening Si i es Saturda) morning ..' 9 %  Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak 'ii the subject. "Our Soldiers An Ri Ing The Da) • '( Atonemi nt, begin ning t ll Ko N'ldre, will be ushered in Sunday evening ai I o'clock Rabbi in. I Can'or Abraham Friedman will officiate. The rabbi \. I discuss ihi subject, "We > "annol w.i : • Services for the l 'a) o( \ %  Mondn) morning at s i I'CIOI k "Yisi Menu • lal .-. es ill i" hi Id al a. in. Thi ih • foi d is si..ii will be %  \\ • Shall Sol Returi \ Sen i foi Yom Klppui ..i JO p. in. the : ahbl will speak biaVfly on the subject. i •< \ • Students' %  vices I i •li, i ... V tone men I w 111 bi hi I j morning at n o'cloi %  I '..'• d Ja ol* 111 m ii k. Kol S Irel .• %  \ %  • Sunda: %  \ • nlng al Rabbi Murray Grauer, gui -t %  nbbl, III speak on "A Vear of MemRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky u services Mondn) • g %  %  es al *• o'clock Prloi T.. Ylzkoi Rabl .: \v iii speak m • \ ci ild loks Al the World." Schsarei Zedek Talmud Torah. S W rd St., Friday evening sen •ii : o'clock; Saturday morning vices at :• %  Rabbi Simon April sinak on "Repentance." Kol N Services on Sunday al B:SJ p. Rabbi April "ill preach on v> Hod | a \,,n Monday morning vires al 8 o'clock Vlskor service ., ,,, Rabbi Aprils topic be "In Mi moi la 1545 lei s scl "111 Idre in. hell ser-' Ml "ill TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th Street. Regulai "frvlces Krl.l.iv evening al 7 15. Rabbi Saul Appeibaum will conduct services, SBDbnth ol Repentai iShnbbos Shuvo) evening, September 14. 8:16. ;.,.,, Ughi and Shadow; A R, 0 f ihi I'asl .'.wish Year. %  | H ) morning ai u u elm k. |ta> of Atonemenl Von K Ippui. Kol \ | evei Ing, Si ptember nek (thi "i the l"' mttle "ill close promptly 111 ;l ] u i | i. ed III the rei f |j \ eted) Sermoi \\, ... f the Hi II i." Mon,l.n SI %  ", III I m.. sei p %  Children's sei vie* 1 Sern Straight As \ \ • n Si I will 1 %  dui ted ers of the C 143. All i ri is %  this servici Vfti \\ Scrvlci i to Thi Ll\ Ing learn ,\ • %  ding Mi n vlci n aski rt to rei Ing sei %  • al '• p. in. 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