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

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

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

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)LUME 18NUMBER 38
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
EWS OP POLAND
IELIGIOUS POLICY
(Jerusalem (JTA)Jewish re-
nous groups in Poland have
bled to Chief Rabbi Isaac Her-
of Palestine asking him to
nd directives to them concern-
all religious questions, es-
Kially the problem of women
hose husbands have disappear-
I, but who have no proof of
eir death, it was learned here,
abbi Herzog's advice was also
cited on problems of recon-
ruction of Jewish communities.
I At the same time, the Chief
abbi received an official com-
unication from the Polish Min-
try of Public Administration
Inch declared that Jewish re-
gious life in Poland has been
; red. It revealed that the Po-
kh Government summoned the
prcscntatives of all Jewish re-
lious groups to a conference
Resided over by Col. David Ca-
ble, Senior Jewish Chaplain in
ke Polish Forces and Rabbi
loses Steinberg of Cracow,
|here problems of the Jewish
iligious communities were dis-
posed.
! cable to Rabbi Herzog
om the religious groups dis-
;d that a rabbinical college
already been opened and
Polish Jews are presently
pgaged in restoring the ceme-
which were desecrated by
Nui*--------
PROPOSAL FOR NEW
HA TO BE PRESENTED
IA proposal to set up a new
fpu of United Jewish Appeal
ill be presented at the regular
leeting of the Greater Miami
ewish Federation board of di-
fcctors meeting 8:15 P. M. Thurs-
day. Sept. 27, at the Miami
|eaeh Y.
i the plan, a majority
Bpii'sentation from welfare
un fcsent constituency of overseas
Wiei agencies.
Mi mbera will be given a sum-
ftary of Federation's recent ac-
Ivities and will be shown "A
to Tomorrow," Palestinian
I 'lor film narrated by
f March.
POLICE HUNTING FOR
SANDALS IN N. Y. CITY
Newburgh, N. Y. (JTA) The
wlice of this city are hunting
or a band of vandals who broke
Mo the Orthodox Talmud Torah
leri and virtually wrecked the
Wilding. The destruction oc-
L1.'''1 sometime Saturday night.
I he vandals caused damage
\s I i ni a t e d at about $3,000.
numbing fixtures were ripped
lut, causing several floors to be
pooued, blackboards were torn
|<>m the walls, desks were over-
uined and religious books were
01 n and scattered over the
oo rs.
I>e police say that they have
clue as to the perpetrators of
ne crime, but are checking the
, o Persons known to be
"-Semitic or to have spread
ii-Jewish propaganda.
Louis Shatz, a local business-
in who heads a committee
nic'h has been seeking to or-
n'ze a Jewish community cen-
ar here, told the JTA that there
ave been no previous anti-
pcmitie incidents here, except
some kid stuff."
lwasjhin8ton Viri was anti-Semitic. Ger-
C: K- Smith, who describes
pimself as a "nationalist," this
,?, Shar8ed that the Jewish
People in the United States have
F*n hysterical" for the past
n,,-y.ears> and that the Com-
munists were inciting the Jews
raise money.
DR. SACHAR TO SPEAK
AT FUND RALLY HERE
Dr. Abram Sachar, national
director of the Hilel Foundation,
will be principle speaker at the
initial rally for the 150 workers
of the United Jewish Building
Fund campaign, Tuesday, Oct.
9. The dinner will be held at
the Roney plaza hotel.
Dr. Sachar will appear here
on his way from New York to
Havana where he will address a
meeting on behalf of the Inter-
national Hillel foundation which
has organized a group at the
University of Havana.
Funds raised from the cam-
paign of which Harry Zucker-
nick is chairman, will be used
to provide physical facilities for
the Miami and Miami Beach Y's,
the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami and the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
NEED FOR AIO10
JEWRY OF EUROPE
E BY
Washington (JTA)The need
for the immediate rehabilitation
of the displaced Jews in Europe
and an international solution of
the problem of their ultimate
settlement has been' stressed by
President Truman in a statement
announcing the dissolution of
the War Refugee Board. The
Board ceased to exist as of Sep-
tember 15.
Praising the achievements of
the War Refugees Board in re-
scuing hundreds of thousands of
"persecuted minorities of Europe
in imminent danger of death at
the hands of the Nazis because
of race, religious or political be-
lief," the President said:
"The tremendous effort which
went into the saving of these
lives will have been in vain,
unless steps are'taken for the
immediate rehabilitation of these
survivors of Nazi savagery, as
well as for a humane, interna-
tional solution of the problem of
their ultimate resettlement."
Private American relief agen-
cies were lauded by the Presi-
dent for their "important part"
in financing and executing many
of the life-saving missions which
the government undertook "as a
part of the total war against
Nazi principles." The War Refu-
gee Board was established in
1944 by President Roosevelt and
consisted of the Secretaries of
State. Treasury and War. Form-
er Brigadier-General William
O'Dwyer was executive director
of the Board.
OBJECTS TO JEW ON
JURY; MAN REMOVED
London (JTA) Because a
soldier being tried for activities
aiding the enemy objected to
the presence on the military
court of a Jewish officer, the
latter was removed and replaced
by a non-Jew, it was revealed
here this week.
When Pvt. Theodore Schuerch
was summoned before the court,
he demanded to know the reli-
gion of each member. Upon
learning that one major was a
Jew, he asked that he be re-
moved. Schuerch's attorney said
that since "the question of fas-
cism looms large in the accused s
mind, there would be an inevit-
able clash between the accused
and the major." The court there-
upon decided to replace the Jew-
ish officer with a member of the
Church of England.
Moscow (JTA) The Soviet
Red Cross has set up a central
information bureau to assist per-
sons trying to locate relatives
and friends in Russian territory,
the Jewish Anti-Fascist Commit-
tee announced this week.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
REPORTS TO BE GIVEN
AT MEETING SEPT. 25
IS ANNOUNCED BY
ATLANTA COLLEGE
ATLANTA, Ga.A dynamic
series of forums designed to ac-
quaint college students with the
problems of group friction now
threatening to divide this coun-
try has been announced for the
fall semester by Emory univer-
sity of Atlanta.
These forums, titled "On Hu-
man Relations," are being hail-
ed in civic, church and educa-
tion circles as a practical at-
tempt to bring the campus closer
to the outside world. It is ex-
pected that a number of other
southern universities will fol-
low the pattern being created
at Emory under the direction of
Sam L. Laird, director of Reli-
gious Life.
The series will be initiated
Sept. 23 when Dr. Rufus E. Cle-
ment, prominent Negro educator
and president of Atlanta univer-
sity, and Prof. Glenn W. Rainey
of Georgia Tech, leader in inter-
racial understanding, will dis-
cuss "What Next In Race Rela-
tions."
The United Nations charter
will be the subject of Dr. Charles
S. Boss, Jr., executive secretary
of the Commission on World
Peace of the Methodist church.
He was accredited by the State
department as an official obser-
ver and a consultant at the re-
cent San Francisco conference.
Dr. Ross will devote a portion
of his presentation to the prob-
lem of the Japanese minority in
this country.
On Oct. 28, Miss Lucy Ran-
dolph Mason will discuss "La-
bor and the Peace." Miss Ma-
son is public relations represen-
tative in the South for the Con-
gress of Industrial Organiza-
tions.
Alexander F. Miller, south-
eastern regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, will discuss the pos-
sibility of Fascism achieving
power in this country at the Nov.
18 forum. His talk is titled:
"Can It Happen Here?"
Four Emory university stu-
dents will conduct a panel "The
College Student's Social Respon-
sibility" on Dec. 9. These stu-
dents will give a resume of the
four forums and discuss a con-
crete program of action which
they can initiate to make sure
that democracy will continue as
the American philosophy.
Prof. John A. Griffin of Em-
ory will serve as moderator at
the forums.
Reports from the Trades Study
and the Yearbook committees
will be given at the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation Planning
committee meeting at 8 P. M.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 1002 Con-
gress building, with William D.
Singer presiding.
M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of
the Trades Study group, will
recommend the establishment of
30 Trades divisions as part of
the campaign structure for the
coming drive.
Jake Scher, chairman, and
Carl Weinkle and Harry Corn-
blum of the Yearbook committee,
will present findings on the ad-
visability of Federation's issuing
a Yearbook containing the
amounts given and names of
contributors at the conclusion of
the next campaign.
IS
OBSERVED IN B-29
TO
STATEMENTAFTER
London (JTA) The British
Government will issue a state-
ment of policy on Palestine "as
soon as the conference of foreign
ministers, which is now taking
place in London, is out of the
way," Reuter's reports today.
The news agency, which is
close to official circles, empha-
sized that the British Govern-
ment has not yet decided on its
future policy in Palestine, but
that the prevailing opinion in
London is that failing a decision
which will satisfy the minimum
Jewish requirements for the con-
tinued immigration of Jewish
refugees from Europe within the
next six weeks, there will be
trouble in the Middle East.
The report revealed that Co-
lonial Secretary George Hall has
again met representatives of the
Jewish Agency and told them
that with so many urgent issues
facing the government at home
and on the continent it had been
impossible so far to deal with
delicate issues involved in the
Palestine problem. At the same
time, the Colonial Secretary em-
phasized that the government
realized the urgency of the mat-
ter and that a decision would not
be postponed one day longer
than necessary.
Guam (JTA)Rosh Hashonah
services were held here under
the dome of an airplane hangar
that has just been completed to
house B-28 Superfortresses.
Against the background of B-
29s, and surrounded inside and
outside the hangar by the giant
aircraft, 1,500 men prayed for a
new year of "Peace to him who
is far off and to him that is
near."
It was the first Rosh Hashonah
on Guam for the B-29 personnel.
For many it will be the last.
Tears mingled with prayers and
joyous hope; farewells and
adieux were exchanged with the
lucky ones who may soon be on
their way home.
The job of converting the
hangar into a house of worship
for the Jewish members of the
20th Air Force based on Guam
was delegated by the Command-
ing General to an engineer-of-
ficer. Although he was not Jew-
ish, he and his men, represent-
ing all faiths, built seats, a pul-
pit, the Holy Ark for the Scrolls,
instaled special lighting and
public address systems. Syna-
gogue decorations lent the final
touches. The house designed for
planes was an inspiring House
f Prayer.
URGES ADMISSION OF
100,000 TO PALESTINE
THE FLORIDIAN ASKS
TO SERVE BETTER
The Jewish Floridian in co-
operation with the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation has, for
the past two years, inserted
weekly a community calendar
of events and activities of the
organizational life of the Great-
er Miami community. The
purpose of this calendar was
to serve as a clearing-house
for the organizations. Thus far
the project has not proved suc-
cessful due to the lack of co-
operation on the part of the
organizations in registering the
dales of their meetings and
affairs with the Federation of-
fice. As many as four and five
important meetings of interest
to members of the community
have occurred on the same eve-
ning, resulting in small attend-
ance at each of the functions.
Heads of Greater Miami's
organizations are urged to see
that all of their activities are
registered weekly with the
Federation office, 3-5411. They
will automatically be published
each Friday under the com-
munity calendar in this publi-
cation.
Washington (JTA) Former
Senator Guy M. Gillette this
week revealed that President
Truman has sent a personal let-
ter to Prime Minister Attlee urg-
ing the admission to Palestine of
approximately 100,000 displaced
Jews still in camps ih Germany.
Gillette emphasized, in a state-
ment to the press, that the Presi-
dent had authorized him to make
the news public. President Tru-
man also told Gillette that Sec-
retary of State James F. Byrnes,
who is now in London attending
the conference of the Big Five
foreign ministers, is negotiating
with the British Government on
the future of Palestine. The
President asked Gillette to post-
pone his contemplated trip to
London in behalf of the Ameri-
can League for a Free Palestine
until Secretary Byrnes returns
from England with a report on
the results of his negotiations.
(In London Byrnes told a press
conference that the Palestine
question is not on the agenda
of the conference of foreign min-
isters.)
Gillette, who called at the
White House together with Sen-
ator Ralph Brewster, of Maine
and Senator Warran Magnuson,
of Washington, also quoted the
President as stating that he had
no objection to making public
the fact that the government
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
KOL NIDRE SERVICES
HELD BY CANDLELIGHT
Huoricane winds forced much
of Greater Miami Jewry to wor-
ship by candlelight at Kol Nidre
services. Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah, Temple Beth Sholom. and
Miami Beach Jewish Center
were the only congregations
which did not need to use can-
dles, hurricane lamps and flash-
lights Sunday evening.
Electricity went on at the
Southwest Third Street building
at 5 P. M. and at Beth Sholom
at 8 P. M.
Beth David, Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and
Temple Israel were without
lights throughout the Yom Kip-
pur services. Power was re-
sumed at Beth Jacob Monday
morning and at the Beach Cen-
ter Monday afternoon.
Lights at the Miami Beach
Senior High school, where serv-
ices were being held for service
personnel, did not go on until
Monday evening.
JEWISH WITNESSES TO
TESTIFY AT NAZI TRIAL
New York (JTA)One or two
witnesses for the Jewish people
will be invited to testify at the
forthcoming trial of the Nazi
war criminals in Nuremberg,
where crimes against Jews will
be used as primary evidence
against the Nazi leaders, it was
revealed at a press conference
arranged by the American Jew-
ish Conference. (A report from
London last month said that Dr.
Chaim Weizmann had been in-
vited to testify at the Nurem-
berg trials.)
Louis Lipsky, Dr. Israel Gold-
stein and Merr Grossman,
spokesmen of the American
Jewish Conference who have
just returned from London, an-
nounced at the press conference
the formation in London of a
four-man committee which will
draw up claims for reparations
to be paid the Jewish people for
damages inflicted by Germany
and present these claims to the
United Nations War Reparations
Commission. This committee will
also deal with "idemnification of
and compensation to Jews, the
funds secured to be used for aid
and constructive relief in those
European countries where Jews
still reside."

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+Jenist flcri FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
,
PERSONALS
Mi. and Mrs. Jerome Freeh-
ling returned last week from a
combined business and pleasure
trip in the north.
Nathan Staff returned to Mi-
ami Beach last Thursday after
,i 10-week visit with relatives
in Washington, D. C.
Al Galbut. Miami Beach mer-
chant, returned from New York
last week alter lie and his wife
attended the funeral of Mrs. GaV
but's mother, Mrs. Rebecca Sklar
of the Bronx. En route home.
Galbut attended sessions of both
houses of congress in Washing-
ton. Mrs. Galbut is remaining
in the Bronx for .-.while.
WEDDINGS
W ile Mrs. Frank Becker is
spending .. month in Toronto.
Becker and their son. Bernard.
have closed their home at 615
W. 37th St :. Miami Beach and
are staying at the Versailles
hotel.
Mrs M
turned I M
seven-v 11 k
York and W
Washingtcn
ed at th< Rr
join*.-.
Wain
n< xt '
ance at I
the >'"
el Hirsch has re-
Beach after a
\ acati >n in New
ishington. While in
she was enten
ssian Embassy and
: G< n Jonal i

g h api
-.-. ol
aur radio program
"Fash r Time" ever WIOD
each y, 8-30 to 8:45
A. M.
4 In a Pack
Candies Go *
Overseas
$|.T5
r] foi shipping over-
sees tin packed can-
in separate con-
tainers which fit into
each other snugly. Cora-
mels I o : d a a almonds
:el'.y d:;r;s c:"i -sser.e;:
hard :a:\d:es
IN V.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Sehiff
announce the approaching mar-
riage of their daughter. Helen,
to Al Portman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Portman. Phila-
delphia. The wedding will be
held Sept. 30.
Portman was recently dis-
charged from the army after
serving 43 months. While in the
51 v ice he saw action with the
artillery in the Pacific.
Miss Carey Ginsburg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gins-
burg was n arried to Martin La-
, zar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rosenberg. Brooklyn, in an out-
door ceremony at the Tides hotel
yesterday at 7 P. M. A dinner
at the hotel followed the cere-
mony.
Officiating at the wedding
, were Rabbis Joseph Rackovsky,
n an I Most M( s-
cheloff. ". inly attend-
ant was hei sistei Sophia. Petty
Ofi Seidn an was to
be his ci ...-::-. s best man if he
. arrange leave from his
n (: chant mai ine post in N w
Y rk
.. ived a B.S.B.A.
d< gre< a< anting fr m the
sity of Miami in 1943. Her
: attended Long [stand
sity and Brooklyn Col-
is a I asketball
H merly assoc iat< d
u ith th< Hu :- n Bay Far C
: Cans la
Out-of-1 wn guests included
the gi s pan nts, his two
aunts, Mrs Seidman and Mrs.
V w m ar I N York Citj and
the brid 's gi i Ifather, David
. At ntic City.
Aftei a Honeymoon upstate,
thi .. uple will live at 2921
Ian Avenue.
WEDDINGS
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Damon-
stein announce the engagement
of their daughter. Harriet Julia.
to Martin Theodore Cohn, son
of Mrs. Tilhe Cohn and the late
Cohn ol Philadelphia.
Rabbi Jacob 11. Kaplan will of-
ficiate at the wedding Sunday,
Sept 30, at 4 P. M. in Temple
Israel.
Miss Dai nsti n was grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
school and attended Sullins col-
Bristol, Y.. Sh w as foi m-
erly cultural chairman of Junior
Hadassah, Sunday school teach-
er at Temple Israel and Beth Da-
vid, private kindergarten teach-
er, dramatics counsellor at the
YMHA home camp and I
urer of the Young Judea Lead-
ers' Institute.
Active in USO shows for two
and one-half years, Miss Di i n
stein w is director of Unit N S
She : atic work
with many theatre gi
eluding tn< i
tre St pany .-.'. W 51
Mi ss and the Atti b< ry Play-
ers of Montreal. S
been heard on local radio sta-
tions.
n attended St. Th
C Hi ge in St. Pau Minn and
the L*niv< rsity ol G rgia
he was .:.:.. > :.". sports. Recent-
ly discharaged from the navy.
he has played |
etball and' formerly owned a
night club in Phi a. He
r of Floi a
singe: r. with the La
ny m Milan.
lives and frien Is are in-
vited I the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Blitt. 1777
S W. 1th Street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Diane Joy,
Aug. 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Roth-
stem, announce the birth of a
daughter, Constance, Aug. 23.
ins I've at 1455
Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach.
Arnold Marvin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Barry Handman.
!'2T Euclid Avenue. Miami
Beach, was born Aug. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cahill, 751
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a son, Dan-
iel Samuel. Aug. 17.
MEETTnCAPITAL TO
TO PLAN STRATEGY
Washington (JTA) A two-
dav conference of FEPC local
ils from 30 states met in
n this week to develop
n-wide political strategy for
i..: lv enactment *of the perma-
nent Fair Employment Practices
Bill now pending in the House
I Senate.
A. Phihp Randolph, co-chair-
: th National Council for
. permanent FEPC. opened the
.i nee, urging minority peo-
th< United States to
for fair employment as
mployment. The 150
council leaders met in
tiv( session and then visit-
ed thi espective congressmen.
Mr. and M | ^wv^TT^l
are vacation,,..; ln N* S
Mr. and Mrs iron t
daughter. Sandra !
their Mian., Beach hn-el *l
week after a ,J* %\
Chicago. '-'"njiiI
After sper. line a m<,i
relatives ,aj^|
Naomi Grossi an da,iS;*l
Mr and M, ..: .^c&J
has taker -.. gl
guidance clinic of the r*l
munity Social Service i*l
M.Y. Mis G .aanr^l
master ol service *M
from Tuiane university in j"l
Harvey Fl. is. .-.man retoJ
to Miami this week withkl
bride, the former Jean Stall
stein, whom ht married ir"\J
<"* Sept. 5. Mrs. Fie^l
is the da..: f Ml ard'fel
Jack Sih New York \\
couple is living at 911 \'i|
First Str.
SEDITIONIST TRIAL
NOT YET CLOSED
thi arrival of his
English Sgt. Ralph Gross-
man is spending bis furlough
the r phic unit of
thi Eight Ail Force with his
nts, Mr and Mrs. I. M.
ssmi n, 1133 Meridian Ave-
ich.
Sgt Gi ssman was man ii I I
Cpl Edith Lanh
at 1 H W
: I Ml 10.
in July, 1 144 at
Mrs
an was in harge of
: th( WAAFs
"-" nts I *'-
;.: nd Mrs N an .' M
r B nn m the
: th ir li tight) r,
Joy. to Pfc. J hn S. Od ss
A
A I Mian High
. nd Vai
of Al-
Phi soroi ity. Pfc.
lical
in 1943
nd is i studying at its s
: li mi un Army
. Training pi gram
[ding will be held in
Washing! n JTA' Dens ng
persistent rts that the gov-
r.t had decided to drop the
. as< against th 29 ^. litionists
to an abrupt
end early this year when the
presiding judge died. Attorney
said this
i ase is not
He would make no fur-
n mi nt
Fi rr th i rces it w as
: hat thi pros toi '
liti nists, O. John K ggi .
is si i king -
to bolster
his However, it is under-
: that all I : ndants
U not tried
ion 'JTA Dr. C
Sii R bert Waley
'. and a
.: Jew-
ish U iders in England were
I foi icti in it n I j
: List prei
in 1C40 wl en thi Ger-
mans i:. b sting "... they
v. ere al t 1 tn\ a It Brit in
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hris (JTA)The War Crimes
Estimation Division of the
nch Ministry of Justice is
ecting data and documents
publication of an official re-
i on anti-Jewish persecutions
Fiance during the German
fpation, it was announced
s report will be one of a
Ls oi publications planned by
Ministry of Information to
br the history of the war. The
ruction by the Germans, bc-
thcy retreated, of most in-
rnin;iting documents is mak-
the task of the ministry ex-
jnely difficult.
> De Janeiro (JTA) Yid-
can now be used in letters
t from Brazil as a result of
government's lifting of the
on the use of foreign lan-
jges during the war.
London (JTA) Dr. Joseph
Schwartz, European director of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, is leaving today by air for
Warsaw, to survey the needs of
the Jews in Poland and organize
relief for them. He will be the
first Jewish representative from
abroad to be admitted to Poland.
(Ten American welfare work-
ers, recruits to the overseas staff
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, sailed today from New
York on the SS 'Argentina" for
Europe, where most of them will
work in the one-time German
concentration camps to aid in
the relief and rehabilitation of
thousands of stateless and non-
repatriable Jews among the dis-
placed persons there.)
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dering the execution of Jews.
The Warsaw radio reported
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torian and a captain in the Po-
lish rmy, who had partisan
groups against the Germans, has
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The Jewish Historical Com-
mittee in Warsaw has started
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Warsaw ghetto where the late
Jewish historian, Dr. Emanuel
Ringelblum lived before he was
killed by the Germans. It is
expected that the excavations
will lead to the unearthing of
many valuable Jewish manu-
scripts which were entrusted to
Dr. Ringelblum for safekeeping
during the German occupation.
George J. Bertman, Miami Beach realtor, and recently chosen
acting chairman of the group forming the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith lodge, is shown being congratulated by Jesse Fine, presi-
dent of the B'nai B"rith fifth district, at a dinner tendered in
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club on September 5. Looking on is Sol S. Goldstrom. acting
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sky to become members sf the
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Paris (JTA). The political
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quired, a delegation of Jewish
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Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The group is headed by Dr.
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Union of Jewish Communities in
Yugoslavia, and includes Dr. Al-
bert Vajs, vice-president of the
union and a member of the
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Discussing the political situa-
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Washington (JTA) Former
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can member of the international
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JewislifkrXMan
PAGE FIVE
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright. 1945, J. T. A.)
QUESTION: What does the
Lire 'Succoth" imply?
[ANSWER: This current holi-
Ly is classically given the name
Succoth" because of the bibli-
l command (found in Leviticus
I"; "Ye shall dwell in booths
Even days." The booth, a rough-
constructed shack, was one of
,e prominent features of the
jhd.iv. In Hebrew it is called
Succah." It is to be noted
hut in the Talmudic writings
he holiday of Succoth (booths)
f mostly referred to as "the
Eoliday" instead of by any par-
Icular name. Traditional ac-
ounts proclaim it is the gayest
festival of the year.
[QUESTION: What is the sig-
fcflcance of the "Succah" in
(rhich we are supposed to dwell
even days?
ANSWER: The Bible in the
lerv same place that the com-
mand is given offers the historic
icplanation, "That your gener-
Itions may know that I made
he- children of Israel dwell in
ooths, when I brought them
ut of the land of Egypt." Later
ommentaries added to this
ttany ethical concepts. The Ram-
jam, for example, sees in this
Iractice of leaving the house la-
den with the rich harvest just
gathered, and dwelling in a bar-
ren abode of temporary exist-
ence, the symbolic reminder that
the Jews at one time had no
earthly possessions of land to
call their own while they wan-
dered in the desert. This would
remind one that not by physical
powers alone did the Jew sur-
vive and reach the harvest but
by the mercy and Providence of
the Almighty. Maimonodies at-
tributes the practice of construct-
ing and dwelling in Succoth to
the desire to publicize the fact
that the Jewish people remem-
ber their heritage. Consequent-
ly it becomes clear why the
practice is performed in the Fall
instead of in the Spring when
the official Passover which cele-
brates the Exodus is celebrated.
As the Mahril puts it, were the
custom to take place in the
Spring it would appear as the
construction of a summer home
for convenience and comfort in-
stead of a symbol of morality.
Others even attribute general
ethical concepts, such as the fact
that the Succah would remind
man that his life upon the earth
is of temporary duration such as
the timely structure of Succah.
The note of comparison is often
struck between the simple bread
(Matzoh) eaten on the Passover
and the humble abode (Succah)
of the Succoth holiday claiming
that there was an attempt to
equalize the food and the lodg-
ing of rich and poor; to show
the rich the equality of man-
kind and to give optimism to
the pauper. Lastly, the Succah
under the open sky is many a
time referred to as the symbol
of the Divine protection and
guidance against the forces of
evil and destruction.
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Editor, Jewish Floridian:
I was more than amused at
the chutzpah of our friend. Mr.
Elmer Berger of the Council for
Judaism who has the brazen au-
dacity to complain that he is not
getting a fair deal from the An-
glo-Jewish press.
I consider it my duty to the
Jewish public to expose that
"gentleman." More than a year
ago I wrote to The New Pales-
tine a letter in which I evalu-
ated critically certain comments
by Dorothy Thompson published
in The New Palestine. The New
Palestine published my letter
and in the same issue also pub-
lished a reply to my letter by
Dorothy Thompson.
Mr. Berger saw fit to publish
in his Bulletin an extract out of
context in which he placed me
in a false position, but he did
not mention Miss Thompson's
reply at all. He did not even
send me a copy of that reprint,
but a friend did.
When I wrote demanding that
my full letter be published in
the Bulletin, he wrote me a pri-
vate apology but refused to pub-
lish my letter on the grounds of
lack of space and in the same
private letter of which I re-
tained a copy, he designated
Miss Thompson as an anti-Se-
mite, speaking the language of
an anti-Semite.
Subsequently I published our
correspondence in The Connecti-
cut Jewish Ledger and also in
The Jewish News of Indianapolis
exposing the entire shabby and
shady proceedings. It was only
after that exposure that the pri-
vate apology came and my ex-
planation was still refused and
was to the best of my knowledge
never published in Elmer Berg-
er's Bulletin.
It is my firm opinion that ev-
en the yellowest of anti-semitic
papers would not stoop so low,
as to misquote deliberately a re-
sponsible person's statement and
refuse him an explanation on
the pages of the Bulletin which
misquoted him, and to privately
call Miss Thompson anti-semitic,
but refuse to substantiate in
public print. Apparently our
friend, Mr. Elmer Berger, is
afraid of a suit for damages for
spreading malicious libels.
And still that gentleman has
the audacity that he does not
get fair treatment from the Jew-
ish press. True, Goebbels and
Bilaam the Roshe of Bible fame
have the same complaint and
with some justice.
When Berger arrives in Miami
I want the good people of Miami
to know with whom they are
dealing.
RABBI LEON SPITZ.
ed, however, since there are al-
ways uninformed persons who
try to destroy what others build.
These Anti-Zionist, Anti-Jewish
persons would be American First-
ers if they were not Jewish.
They are the fascists in our
Jewish community.
However, more shocking in-
deed, is the fact that The Jewish
Floridian gives them publicity.
It is often said that everyone is
entitled to his own opinion. But
was Adolph Hitler entitled to
his? Why do you persist in giv-
ing this anti-Jewish group pub-
licity?
Very sincerely yours,
I. WEINHOLD.
HOLLYWOOD LADIES
BEGIN SOCIAL SEASON
The social season of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Hollywood
Jewish Community Center will
open with a barn dance Sunday
evening, Sept. 23, at the organi-
zation's club room in the Morse
Arcade on Hollywood Blvd.
Ted Sorin and Charlie Bren-
ner will call the old-fashioned
square dance. Prizes will be
awarded to the man and the wo-
man wearing the most original
costumes.
Mrs. Lillian Hauser, program
committee chairman, and Mrs.
Jennie Kravetz, hostess commit-
tee chairman, will be assisted by
Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, Mrs. Fran-
ces Silva, Mrs. Lillian Sorin and
Miss Anna Daniels.
NEW BUS SERVICE
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Is now located
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assortment of all religious books
In Hebrew and English .
Torahs, Talaisim, Tfilin. Me-
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An Assortment of New Year
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ALL, AT REASONABLE PRICES
The only store of Its kind In
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taken and promptly filled.
Dear Mr. Editor:
It is indeed shocking to the
Jewish community in Miami and
Miami Beach to find that a local
chapter of the American Council
for Judaism has sprung up in
our midst. This is not unexpect-
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and his return to the
Practice of Medicine
420 LINCOLN ROADSUITE 503
MIAMI BEACH
TELEPHONE 58-1067
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If you want a girl for Day Workat a moment's
noticeone who is reliable and competentcall
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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"
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. Treasurer .
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If you don't, that's ours
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Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints c* Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
'Round the clock hourly bus
service between Miami Beach
and Hollywood was begun by
the Stanley Transportation Co.
last week. Stops include Bak-
er's Haulover, Sunny Isles and
Golden Beach.
The frequency of trips will be
increased when conditions war-
rant, Stan Stanley, head of the
new line, has announced. The
company is operating on a tem-
porary permit from the state
railroad commission.
Twice daily tours of Miami
Beach, Miami, Coral Gables, Co-
conut Grove and Hialeah Park
are also conducted by the firm.
The air-conditioned buses leave
14th Street and Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, at 10 a. m. and 2
p. m. for a four-hour, 50-mile
trip.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Temple Beth Sholem Presents First View of Its Proposed New Home
On its first building site, Lo-
cated at 4144 Chase Avenue, (at
4ist Street), with an area of over
40.000 square feet, Temple Beth
Sholem has made plans to erect
its new Temple and Community
House within the near future.
The plans and specifications
have been prepared by Albert
Anis, architect.
The building facade will base
a street frontage of ITS feet.
The Temple proper, towering 50
feet, with a width oi 65 feet,
and length of 90 feet, is the cen-
tral structural feature. The en-
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director
Reasonable Prices
l^IBLarge Beautiful GroundSa^iH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439___________
Think, act, be American:
tire west wall to the full height
of the Temple will be a back-
ground of wood paneling, con-
taining the pulpit, bronze Ark.
and choir loft. Seats will
be terra ed so as to secure un-
obstructed vision. The entire
building and Community House
will be air conditioned. The
walls and ceilings will be con-
structed with the most modern
lUStic improvements.
The entrance to the Temple
will be through a spacious mod-
ernistic lobby. In the rear of
the Temple will be a large audi-
torium and social hall, with a
terrace directly overlooking Bis-
cayne waterway. The social hall
wil be provided with modern
kitchen facilities, enabling ar-
rangements for banquets and
other Community House activi-
ties.
The Community House will
contain large airy, well lighted
classrooms for the religious
school and for various club ac-
tivities. Facilities will be set
aside for a craft workshop, li-
brary, music, dramatics, and
various other special activities of
'.merest to children and young
people. Provisions have been In-
cluded for kindergarten and
nursery activities.
The exterior of the Temple
will be constructed of limestone.
with marble entrance feature
and bronze grillwork, Sculp-
tural placques depicting Biblical
features will ornament the en-
trance. The loggia extending the
perimeter of the Temple will be
adorned with suitable sculptural
friezes.
Until such time that building
conditions will warrant the
building of this new Temple.
Temple Beth sholom is tempor-
arily converting its premises lo-
cated at 4144 Chase Avenue for
present use, under the supervi-
sion of acting chairman Harry
A. Cornblum, of the building
committee. The present facili-
ties provide a chapel with seat-
ing capacity of 500. and a Com-
munity House with adequate
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
HOME LOAN
OFFERS YOU
Low Interest Rates
Small Monthly
Payments
# No Loan Fees
(Actual Cost Only)
# No Charge for
Prepayment
'We also make loans lor periods not exceeding
five years without monthly payments

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provisions for its religious school
and program of club activities.
Judge Morris Berick announces
that the membership committee.
headed by chairman Emanuel
Goldstrich, is in session every
day at 701 41st Street, for those
who may be interested in be-
coming affiliated with Temple
Beth Sholom.
LEGAL NOTICES
DOG RACING TO
BEGIN AT HOLLYWOOD
After a week of schooling
events. Hollywood Kennel dub's
Paul Hartwell. racing secretary,
has 20 candidates lined up for
the victory meeting inaugural
tomorrow night.
Female stars of the track are
Judy Ann Lee. 1945 Raynham
Derby winner and holder of the
half-mile record at Revere:
Windy Boots. Biscayne Derby
Consolation winner. R i c k a r d
Memorial victress at Miami
Beach; Handy Hattie. former
Raynham star: Rural Dixie. Re-
vere Derby Consolation heroine:
Wmdy Crlckett, Flagler Inau-
gural winner and hot-box star
of the last summer's racing at
Wonderland.
Representing the male char-
acters are Night Glow, Biscayne
Derby victor and a hot-box fa-
at Flagler and Revere:
Another Pal. juvenile st..: at
Wonderland last summer; Pakco.
wood youngster and top
mer at Raynham and
Taunton: Jovial Gesture, which
bi ike in at Hollywood and later
became top runner at Miami
I h and Revere: Good Thing
tat times what the nami
plies': Wingover, War Hawk and
Pre Flight, which were pur-
chased for S4.000 two seasons
Hats Off. beaten favorite
in last year's Hollywood Inau-
gural.
Eddie Welty has been named
by the Florida state racing com-
mission as commission judge at
the Hollywood track.
IN 'nil: COl'NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN VXD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
No. 16682
I,. Re: ESTATE OP JENNIEVEVE
MAY III.CMS Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'l'.i ai: Creditors and All Peraons
Having Claims or Demand! Against
Sild Estate:
S ,..; h of von, .it.- hereby
notified and required i" present any
claim* an.I demand! which you. or
r i>f you, mi\ have against the
estate of JENNIEVEVE MAY l'.l.l.N-
18. deceased late of Dads County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, ana
file tii. -.. n In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from iiv date of the first publication
hereof Said clalmi or demand! to
legal address <>f the
'.i and to !> sworn to anil pre-
sented as aforesaid, or same will he
barred. See Section 120 of the Hit
Probati \.
l >.,:. September 12, A. D. 1948.
MAX It SILVER
As Administrator of the Estate of
JENNIEVEVE MAY BLENIS
Dei i
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
: 14-21-28 10 :.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi signed, desiring to engage
i:: business under the fictitious name
of DIXIE SALES at 623 S. W. 22nd
Miami, I '. Intend to
i name with the clerk of
thi ill C i I >ade C ml .
'
HARRY .1 SHLAFER
SIMON B MOSCOW
l.i iris BOBSON
. 8 1" 5-12
\ i hei eby given that the
desiring to ngage in
the fictitious name
SANDY-BEE COMPANY
registri said name with the Cl< rk
Court of l lade County,
da.
HENRY DUBBIN
DOROTHY I'lllKIN
DANIEL S DUBBIN
S s BERICK. Atton
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NEW MAPS AVAILABLE
Copies of '"three maps in
one." including the first map to
cover the ocean front from Gol-
den Beach to Hollywood, are
being distributed by Benjamin
E. Bronston. Miami Beach real-
tor.
Besides the North Beach map
which shows the connection to
the mainland. Federal Highway
No. 1 and the Florida East Coas"t
railway, the folder contains a
street map of Miami Beach and
a diagram of Lincoln Road.
The new folder is available
at Mr. Bronston's office. 605 Lin-
coln Road.
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
ELECTRICAL
Appliance RepairsPrompt
Serrice
Phone 4-0632
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality,
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
LIEUI BISIRVHE HREnn
S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE.
BOXING
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the undersigned d,:;JG,vEX,
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of SNO-CRKMi- .,'h,\ "i'M^ ,
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Attorney for Applies
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the undersigned
in business uinii-
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945
*Jenisfi FhridHain
PAGE SEVEN
HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice
SERVICE
UNITED NATIONS J3QCT8
^ ^ M f\ *
PARADE!
POY/JL BLOOD'
princess c/ul/aw, who donated blood
seven Times while she resided in Canada
has now Given her eish1V< donation. This
t"ime for the express benefit of the
ffOPLE Of ^EiTfeRN HOLLAND.'
,ws of the Jap surrender
fch, ,l Ensign Julian I. Wein-
1710 Lenox Avenue, and
[man 2/c John F. Farah, 512
lins Avenue, over the loud-
gker aboard the USS Cruiser
kisville now in the Pacific.
lecond Lt. Gerald J. Green-
I ii of Mr. and Mrs. Reb-
C.nenberg, 101 Michigan
emu. lias arrived at the San
tonio. Texas, personnel dis-
0i,i ion center after 28 months
j in the North African
S since Nov., 1943, Sgt.
Dnard J. Fireman landed with
first air units on Tokyo. The
of Mrs. Pauline Fireman,
i Drive, Miami Beach,
: a member of the Far East
. occupational unit un-
oinmand of Gen. George
K uny. Sgt. Fireman is an
bislanl radio clerk and was a
fci-. rapher before he entered
, rvice in March, 1943.
Ijcrrold E. Kemp, son of Mrs.
ntine Kemp, 900 W. 43
. .Miami Beach, has been
ited to the rank of cap-
|in. Capt. Kemp has been sta-
I with the air corps in the
eutians for 20 months. His
. Seaman 1/c Nelson H.
emp. is taking boot training at
feat Lakes.
Lt. (s.g.) E. Albert Pallot ar
rived in Miami Sunday to take .
up his duties with the Seventh
Naval district at the du Pont
building. Lt. Pallot has been in
the Navy 22 months and served
18 months at sea.
After serving with Gen. Pat-
ton's Third Army in Europe,
P'c. Maurice Samuels is spend-
ing a 30-day furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Sam-
uels, 561 W. Flagler Street. He
is a former tool maker.
With eight campaigns to his j
credit, First Lt. Leonard Green-
blatt has returned to his home, |
1414 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach. Platoon leader in the:
504th parachute infantry, 82nd I
airborne division, Lt. Greenblatt!
participated in the Sicilian,
Naples, Foggia, Rome, Arno,
Rhineland, Ardennes and Cen-
tral campaigns.
The son of Mrs. Ida Greenblatt,
he has the Bronze star, Combat;
Infantryman's badge, Presiden-1
tiaj citation and invasion arrow-
head.
|Corporal Martin Berman has
lished the termination ac-
ntmg and auditing course of
Army finance school, Army
fcrvic e Forces training center,
\. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. He
tin son of Mrs. Lucie Ber-
an. tiUO Lincoln Road, Miami
iFrom Melbourne, Australia,
bniis word that Capt. Max
fernstein, 911 Michigan Ave-
Ue, Miami Beach, has survived
three-year imprisonment by
(if Japanes. Capt. Bernstein, an
pny surgeon, was captured at
idor and freed by the
|U lians.
Second Lt. John M. Council,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John
I. Council, 828 N. W. 33 Avenue,
i reported to Randolph
eld. Tex., to study B-29s.
Lt. Burton S. Kahn, recently
returned from the Mediterran-
ean, has been called to Wash-
ington for naval deployment
duty and in that capacity has
been promoted to lieutenant
commander.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Kahn of Detroit and nephew of
Albert L. Kahn, Miami Beach,
Lt. Commander Kahn was
awarded the Bronze Star for am-
phibious activities at Anzio.
Prior to entering the service
he was associated with Kahn
and Alpcrt, Inc., and will re-1
turn to the firm when he is dis-
charged from the Navy.
Winner of the Presidential
Jnit citation, six battle stars,
p mbat Infantryman's badge
rui the Good Conduct medal,
91. Raymond L. Cowen has re-
lirned to Miami after 28 months
Africa, Sicily, Italy, France,
ny and Norway. The son
M. I. Cowen, 2120 S. W. Sixth
the sergeant was recent-
i -charged. He entered the
f ice in October, 1940.
Edward Newman, only li-
Nised Jewish embalmer in the
jtatr. left last Thursday for in-
iction at Camp Blanding and
now stationed at Camp Mc-
fherson outside of Atlanta.
etary of the Miami Beach
Hvic League and a member of
at board of directors of the
[inior Chamber of Commerce,
It. Newman is the son of Mrs.
Jreda Newman, 1411 Collins
Avenue.
After 33 months in the service,
*"< years of which were spent
' as, Cpl. Sol Levin return -
to Miami Sept. 13 with an
(jpnurable discharge. The son of
r- and Mrs. Ely Levin, he re-
eiyed the Presidential Unit ci-
ation while on duty in Africa
irt Italy. After a short rest, he
'11 resume his job with his
ather.
After four and one-half years
n the service, Capt. Arthur M.
tann has been honorably retired
rom the U. S. Army. The son
J.Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn,
uarni Beach residents for more
,,a,n years, he will rejoin his
""ers firm, Kahn and Alpert,
, alter a short rest.
pwore his retirement, he re-
eved the Bronze Service Star
Participation in the Marianas
- .u ,camPafgn as a member
the 450th Signal Heavy Con-
duction battalion.
,,. graduate of Miami Beach
,f Si -,001 and the University
Florida, Capt. Kahn worked
way up from a private dur-
n's army career.
"There were no Japs around"
when Ensign Herbert U. Feibel-
man hit the beach at Yokosuka
naval base in the first wave of
occupation troops.
"The Japs here seem very
friendly and no one has been
hurt due to every precaution,"
the ensign wrote to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibel-
man.
Attached to the amphibious
forces on the USS Grimes, En-
sign Feibelman has gathered a
brass lantern, a bugle, an Eng-
lish sextant and a pair of wood-
en shoes as souvenirs.
Feibelman received his early
navy training under the V-12
program at the University of Mi-
ami in 1943.
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-
NAVY TIDBITS
Neither post-war apathy, the
absence of a good part of the
community, nor the worst hurri-
cane since 1926 hampered the
High Holy day program for
servicemen who came here from
as far north as Jacksonville
and as far south as Key West.
Thirty-five hundred service-
men and women attended Chap-
lain Saul Kraft's services for
Rosh Hashonah, Kol Nidre and
Yom Kippur at the Miami Beach
Senior High school.
Through the local office of the
National Jewish Welfare board,
100 servicemen and women were
placed in homes for the holidays.
Through the JWB's efforts, 450
service personnel received free
meals, 400 were placed in hotel
rooms at reduced prices and 50
received free hotel accommoda-
tions.
A "break-the-fast" buffet sup-
per and dance was attended by
approximately 500 servicemen,
their wives and guests at the
Beach Y.
The servicemen were high in
their praise for the welcome they
received from the Greater Miami
Jewish community and the JWB.
Memorable events of the High
Holy Days: Pappy's restaurant
serving 50 seven-course meals
"on the house;" at the Cadillac
cafeteria, which came out on the
losing end financially, WAC
Cpl. Anne M. Stern making ten
trips to the counter and return-
ing with the same number of
equally food-laden trays; Chap-
lain Kraft's request for a pitcher
of orange juice after the Yom
Kippur services being granted
and the chaplain returning to
the hospital bed from which he
was AWOL; the array of fruit
served at the "break-the-fast"
donated annonymously; the
small and loyal group of women
who neglected homes and fam-
ilies to make the last High Holy
Days' observance for the men
and women in uniform the best;
the Protestant who offered his
services in helping to remove
the Snack Bar awning the after-
noon of the hurricane saying;
"The Jewish people here are
doing so much for us boys that
the least I can do is give you a
hand when you need itafter
all, this is OUR Snack Bar."
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RESPONDING fQ THE URGENT CALL
C0R ClOThinS Tot? The PEOPLt Of-
EUB0PE. THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERN-
MENT "AS MADE AVAILABLE To
UNRRA A *IR5T ORDER Of CLOtHl^
VALUED kC $620,0(50 /
LIVING SP/TF/RES.'-i^szm^mz*
ONE FALCONS TRAINED To iTftlKE GERMAN CARRIER PIGEONS \>i rUfewI
> -The Total air fORtE^ eiOJT SECRET "FIGHTER JQUADRON*
Vienna (WNS) Dr. Richard
Lowenhertz, head of the Jew-
ish community here during the
Nazi occupation, is now a pa-
tient in the Jewish Hospital in
Prague and he intends to return
to Vienna as soon as he is suf-
ficiently recovered from his ail-
ment.
Dr. Lowenhartz was reported
to have been arrested by the
Red Army when it entered Vien-
na.
TTUmni
for Rest
Convalescence
-ndCHRONICOvSEJ
W. D. FIELDS WRITES
MOTHER FROM MANILA
The following letter was sent
to Mrs. Anna Fields of Miami
Beach by her son, Lt. W. D.
Fields, stationed in Manila.
Sunday, Sept. 9
Dear Mom:
This is the second day of the
holiday. I was off from Friday
night to Sunday morning, so I
was able to go to services for the
first day. Jack will be off for
the two days.
Well, I must say that Jack and
I started the holidays off won-
derfully. He met me before
services on Friday night and a
whole crowd went to services. It
was held in a large indoor sports
arena. They had the altar on the
boxing ring. The Seabees made
a beautiful structure for the To-
rah. There were 5000 boys at
the service. They had a choir of
about 50, made up of soldiers
and civilians. It was a beautiful
service.
After the service, I took Jack
back to my mess hall for some
ice cream. I did not let him go
home but I made him stay over-
night at my quarters. I had a
bed fixed up for him.
In the morning we took show-
ers got dressed, and went over
to my mess hall for a good
breakfast. Then we all went to
services by 9 o'clock in the
morning. The service lasted till
noon time, so we ate in the Ked
Cross, and then spent the bal-
ance of the day in the park. We
are going to be together again
for Yom Kippur next week.
Hope you are enjoying the
holidays. By next year we
should be together again.
Best of love and kisses^
Staff Sgt. Murray Schulman
landed at New York City last
week after almost two years in
England and France with the
Army Medical Corps. Sgt. Schul-
man received two battle stars
for his action in the Normandy
invasion.
Mrs. Schulman, the former
Jeanette Mintzer, expects to join
her husband as soon as he re-
ceives his orders.
Instanbul (WNS) A secret
anti-Semitic organization con-
i sisting of members of the now
I defunct Iron Guard has been
uncovered by the Rumania po-
lice, according to reliable reports
reaching here.
The anti-Semitic organization
is said to have many branches
throughout Rumania, where it
has been conducting a clandes-
tine campaign against the Jew-
ish population.
In Bucharest, the police found
a clandestine printing establish-
ment which turned out hundreds
of thousands of anti-Jewish leaf-
lets and brochures. The leaflets
not only attacked the Jews, but
also the democratic trends of the
Rumanian government. One of
the leaflets called on the Ru-
manian people to make pogroms
on the Jews.
So far the police arrested 164
members of the organization.
Among them are a number of
students, journalists and form-
er government officials.
Oslo (WNS)Dr. H. Friediger
has been chosed by the Jewish
community inl this city as its
Chief Rabbi.
The former Chief Rabbi oi
Denmark had been deported by
the Nazis to the infamous There-
sienstadt concentration camp,
where he miraculously escaped
liquidation. When the Allied
forces liberated him from the
camp he returned to Copenha-
gen.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Or.
thodox.Service* will be held Friday
and Saturday evenings at 6:46, Sat-
urday and Sunday mornings at 9.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the
services. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak


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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, Rab-
bi; Conservative.The Festival of
Succos will be ushered In Prides eve-
ning at 7 o'clock. Rabbi Lehrman
will preach a sermon on "Paging the
Hast. and Can'or Emanuel Balkan
will chain the service Saturdaj morn-
ing .u ;. Haturday evening services
win begin at J:1B o'clock. Sunda>
morning services will be held al 9
with Cantor Barkan chanting ai
Rabbi Lehrman speak ng on "Prob-
lems Thai Sever End." Th Junior
Congregation will meel at the Cen-
ter at 10:30 a. m. Saturdaj and Sun-
day.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Avenue at 41st Street. Miami Beach;
Leon Kronish. Rabbi: Liberal. SUC-
..>> services Friday S:1S p m. The
Rabbi's si rmon topic will be "Pio-
neering On ihe American Jewish
s. ene. Sal rvtcea will hi -'
at ll a. in. Si:,.-- services dedicat-
ed to the i hlldri u ai '! parents f the
- si nool will ic held Sunday
ai 10 a Ever? It Invlti ... hi hool rhlldi en Bre req eat-
ed i" be | i efon 10 a. in.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
139 N. W. 3rd Avenue; Max Shapiro,
Rabbi: Conservative The
of su I Hebi ew sch< ,! will
be marked l>> .1 Succah rally t"
.1!! hlldren :,i ln\ Ited al
.1 m. Sunday. The celebration
begin Fi lda>
p. m. Rabbi Shapiro, whoei enti
theme for the nolldas "ill I" 'Wi
.\?. Thankful." and Cantor Abraham
Friedman n Services will
wed bs .1 Klddush In the
Succah adjoining thi synagogue Th
s Kti h.....I .r\ Iti all members
friends to ittend Satui dai
Sunda) morning services will be
* Ml i, l*arents are urged
t.. register their children for Hebrew
., h.H.l I sini ns \l' :.i.i\ at 4 p, m.
ami
and
held
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue
!'*: las 1-1 11s services ai r Sat-
ui da) I >:.<.. ngs at
- .it 7 p. m I '.lib
., \ I I" .1 m. 1 r:. 1 7 ; 111
Schaarei Zedek Tolmud Torah. 1545
S. W. 3rfl Street Fi d 1) evening sei
vices 1 I t Saturda}
u Rabbi Simon April will
speak i Fi a1 of the Lord."
services al 7 p m
rig ser es at 9 Ral l
sermon will ncen J >j ind Faith
,ti p. m
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th
Street: Saul Appelbaum. Rabbi: Re-
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1.1 w Is, of Hollj srood
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Mrs Inna Halprln,
Samuel
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I id sun,1.iv in the Gordon Funeral
, hapel bl Soul Vppelbaum.
or Tempi. Isi : offl itlng Shi wal
buried in the family plot at Oraceland
LUBALIN
Mrs Minnie Luballn, II. died at
W Street, aal
week, al neei Mrs. Lu-
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10 mat '' home.
Sh, rived b> hi r mother. Mis
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at Ml -
SOLOMON
Mi Tlllli Solomon, 7 1, of IS
1 n i.i.i Avi 1. .. Coral Gablee. died
, .. i ij nlghl She had been .1 res-
Idi ni of Miami for six years 1 he
bodv Is being shipped t" her former
home, Pittsburgh, >> the Palmer
eral home foi sei rices and Inter-
ment
Mrs Solomoi 1 survived by Miss
Rose Solomon, Miami, three other
lers, and five -
SOLOMON
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day. He came from Scranton, Pa..
rears tgi :ited a bar
'., :. sur> Ivors are hie Ife, Mi -
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survived by .1 brother, Samuel, of
Newark Services were held yester-
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in Ml N- bo cemetery.
HOLBERT
Mrs Rarabelle Holbert. fon
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1945 *Jewist fkridliai De Janeiro (JTA) — Yidcan now be used in letters t from Brazil as a result of government's lifting of the on the use of foreign lanjges during the war. London (JTA) — Dr. Joseph Schwartz, European director of the Joint Distribution Committee, is leaving today by air for Warsaw, to survey the needs of the Jews in Poland and organize relief for them. He will be the first Jewish representative from abroad to be admitted to Poland. (Ten American welfare workers, recruits to the overseas staff of the Joint Distribution Committee, sailed today from New York on the SS •'Argentina" for Europe, where most of them will work in the one-time German concentration camps to aid in the relief and rehabilitation of thousands of stateless and nonrepatriable Jews among the displaced persons there.) A military secret Is your security Let's keep it! 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Miami Beach DOOMED TO DEATH FOR KILLING JEWS Warsaw (JTA) Johari Franke, a former German official in Tarnow during the Nazi occupation, was sentenced to death this week by a special court there, after being found guilty of ordering the execution of Jews. The Warsaw radio reported that Dr. M. Kernish, Jewish historian and a captain in the Polish rmy, who had partisan groups against the Germans, has been decorated by the government with the Polonia Restitutahighest Polish order. Dr. Kernish is now one of the lectors of the Polish Military Institute in Warsaw. The Jewish Historical Committee in Warsaw has started excavations on the site in the Warsaw ghetto where the late Jewish historian, Dr. Emanuel Ringelblum lived before he was killed by the Germans. It is expected that the excavations will lead to the unearthing of many valuable Jewish manuscripts which were entrusted to Dr. Ringelblum for safekeeping during the German occupation. George J. Bertman, Miami Beach realtor, and recently chosen acting chairman of the group forming the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge, is shown being congratulated by Jesse Fine, president of the B'nai B"rith fifth district, at a dinner tendered in Fine's honor by Miami B'nai B'rith membership at the woman's club on September 5. Looking on is Sol S. Goldstrom. acting treasurer of the newly organized group. The remaining temporary officer is David R. Isen, acting secretary. START FOUNDATION FOR JABOT1NSKY New York (JTA)—The establishment of a Jabotinsky Foundation for the purpose of collecting and publishing in English the literary works of Vladimer Jabotinsky, late world leader of the New Zionist organization and outstanding writer, was announced hefe. The announcement invited all friends and admirers of Jabotinsky to become members sf the foundation which is a non-profit membership corporation. Jabotinsky's famous novel about Sampson, published under the title "Prelude to Delilah," is the first volume to be issued by the foundation. It will appear this month. "The Story of the Jewish Legion," will be the next work published. It will appear next month with a foreword by Col. John H. Patterson, and will be followed by Jabotinsky's novel "The Five." Paris (JTA). — The political position of the Jews in Yugoslavia is good, but their economic position is riot satisfactory, and considerable aid is required, a delegation of Jewish leaders who have just arrived from Belgrade today told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The group is headed by Dr. David Alkalay, president of the Union of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia, and includes Dr. Albert Vajs, vice-president of the union and a member of the Yugoslav War Crimes Commission and Dr. Ladislav Klajn, a member of the union's executive committee. Discussing the political situation in his country at present and during the war years. Dr. Alkaly said that the Chetnik movement of Gen. Draja Michailovic had been "an anti-Jewish as the fascists." Washington (JTA) — Former Attorney General Francis Biddle has been appointed the American member of the international court to try war crimes, with Judge John J. Parker of North Carolina as alternate. President Truman announced at his press conference. During his attorney generalship, Biddle opposed discrimination on grounds of race and creed and championed the full rights of minorities in a democracy. Life insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 New York (JTA) — To the roster of Jews who worked on the development of the atomic bomb can now be added the names of two New York high school teachers, Milton and Harold Goldberg, brothers. At a public ceremony in the offices of the New York City Board of Education, Superintendent John Wade told the brothI crs that the board "takes pardonable pride in the fact that | you are teachers in the public I school system." Both of the Goldbergs have been working on | the project since 1942. Moscow (JTA)—Five hundred and thirtv-two synagogues were destroyed by the Germans in Russia, according to a report by the State Commission to Investigate German Crimes • made public here today. The report also reveals facts concerning the despoliation and murder of Russian Jews. It cites the following case as typical of the Nazi mistreatment of Jews: In the city of Kislovodsk, in the Caucasas, the Gestapo chiet and the military commandant ordered Jews to surrender an sold and silver rings, cigarette cases, watches, silver spoons, carpets, shoes and clothing. When everything of value had been obtained, all the Jews in the city were shot. FROM THE FISHERMEN DIRECT TO YOU! 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li^wiislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun ^^^.THE XE WISH -UNITY cvrn THE J E W I S H WEE KL )LUME 18—NUMBER 38 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS EWS OP POLAND IELIGIOUS POLICY (Jerusalem (JTA)—Jewish renous groups in Poland have bled to Chief Rabbi Isaac Herof Palestine asking him to nd directives to them concernall religious questions, esKially the problem of women hose husbands have disappearI, but who have no proof of eir death, it was learned here, abbi Herzog's advice was also cited on problems of reconruction of Jewish communities. I At the same time, the Chief abbi received an official comunication from the Polish Mintry of Public Administration Inch declared that Jewish regious life in Poland has been ; red. It revealed that the Pokh Government summoned the prcscntatives of all Jewish relious groups to a conference Resided over by Col. David Cable, Senior Jewish Chaplain in ke Polish Forces and Rabbi loses Steinberg of Cracow, |here problems of the Jewish iligious communities were disposed. cable to Rabbi Herzog om the religious groups dis;d that a rabbinical college already been opened and Polish Jews are presently pgaged in restoring the cemewhich were desecrated by Nui* — PROPOSAL FOR NEW HA TO BE PRESENTED IA proposal to set up a new fpu of United Jewish Appeal ill be presented at the regular leeting of the Greater Miami ewish Federation board of difcctors meeting 8:15 P. M. Thursday. Sept. 27, at the Miami |eaeh Y. i the plan, a majority Bpii'sentation from welfare unm the walls, desks were overuined and religious books were 01 n and scattered over the oo rs. I>e police say that they have clue as to the perpetrators of ne crime, but are checking the o Persons known to be "-Semitic or to have spread ii-Jewish propaganda. Louis Shatz, a local businessin who heads a committee •nic'h has been seeking to or n 'ze a Jewish community cena r here, told the JTA that there ave been no previous antipcmitie incidents here, except some kid stuff." lw as j hin 8 ton and that the Communists were inciting the Jews raise money. DR. SACHAR TO SPEAK AT FUND RALLY HERE Dr. Abram Sachar, national director of the Hilel Foundation, will be principle speaker at the initial rally for the 150 workers of the United Jewish Building Fund campaign, Tuesday, Oct. 9. The dinner will be held at the Roney plaza hotel. Dr. Sachar will appear here on his way from New York to Havana where he will address a meeting on behalf of the International Hillel foundation which has organized a group at the University of Havana. Funds raised from the campaign of which Harry Zuckernick is chairman, will be used to provide physical facilities for the Miami and Miami Beach Y's, the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami and the Bureau of Jewish Education. NEED FOR AIO 1 0 JEWRY OF EUROPE E BY Washington (JTA)—The need for the immediate rehabilitation of the displaced Jews in Europe and an international solution of the problem of their ultimate settlement has been' stressed by President Truman in a statement announcing the dissolution of the War Refugee Board. The Board ceased to exist as of September 15. Praising the achievements of the War Refugees Board in rescuing hundreds of thousands of "persecuted minorities of Europe in imminent danger of death at the hands of the Nazis because of race, religious or political belief," the President said: "The tremendous effort which went into the saving of these lives will have been in vain, unless steps are'taken for the immediate rehabilitation of these survivors of Nazi savagery, as well as for a humane, international solution of the problem of their ultimate resettlement." Private American relief agencies were lauded by the President for their "important part" in financing and executing many of the life-saving missions which the government undertook "as a part of the total war against Nazi principles." The War Refugee Board was established in 1944 by President Roosevelt and consisted of the Secretaries of State. Treasury and War. Former Brigadier-General William O'Dwyer was executive director of the Board. OBJECTS TO JEW ON JURY; MAN REMOVED London (JTA) — Because a soldier being tried for activities aiding the enemy objected to the presence on the military court of a Jewish officer, the latter was removed and replaced by a non-Jew, it was revealed here this week. When Pvt. Theodore Schuerch was summoned before the court, he demanded to know the religion of each member. Upon learning that one major was a Jew, he asked that he be removed. Schuerch's attorney said that since "the question of fascism looms large in the accused s mind, there would be an inevitable clash between the accused and the major." The court thereupon decided to replace the Jewish officer with a member of the Church of England. Moscow (JTA) — The Soviet Red Cross has set up a central information bureau to assist persons trying to locate relatives and friends in Russian territory, the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee announced this w eek. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. REPORTS TO BE GIVEN AT MEETING SEPT. 25 IS ANNOUNCED BY ATLANTA COLLEGE ATLANTA, Ga.—A dynamic series of forums designed to acquaint college students with the problems of group friction now threatening to divide this country has been announced for the fall semester by Emory university of Atlanta. These forums, titled "On Human Relations," are being hailed in civic, church and education circles as a practical attempt to bring the campus closer to the outside world. It is expected that a number of other southern universities will follow the pattern being created at Emory under the direction of Sam L. Laird, director of Religious Life. The series will be initiated Sept. 23 when Dr. Rufus E. Clement, prominent Negro educator and president of Atlanta university, and Prof. Glenn W. Rainey of Georgia Tech, leader in interracial understanding, will discuss "What Next In Race Relations." The United Nations charter will be the subject of Dr. Charles S. Boss, Jr., executive secretary of the Commission on World Peace of the Methodist church. He was accredited by the State department as an official observer and a consultant at the recent San Francisco conference. Dr. Ross will devote a portion of his presentation to the problem of the Japanese minority in this country. On Oct. 28, Miss Lucy Randolph Mason will discuss "Labor and the Peace." Miss Mason is public relations representative in the South for the Congress of Industrial Organizations. Alexander F. Miller, southeastern regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will discuss the possibility of Fascism achieving power in this country at the Nov. 18 forum. His talk is titled: "Can It Happen Here?" Four Emory university students will conduct a panel "The College Student's Social Responsibility" on Dec. 9. These students will give a resume of the four forums and discuss a concrete program of action which they can initiate to make sure that democracy will continue as the American philosophy. Prof. John A. Griffin of Emory will serve as moderator at the forums. Reports from the Trades Study and the Yearbook committees will be given at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Planning committee meeting at 8 P. M. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 1002 Congress building, with William D. Singer presiding. M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the Trades Study group, will recommend the establishment of 30 Trades divisions as part of the campaign structure for the coming drive. Jake Scher, chairman, and Carl Weinkle and Harry Cornblum of the Yearbook committee, will present findings on the advisability of Federation's issuing a Yearbook containing the amounts given and names of contributors at the conclusion of the next campaign. IS OBSERVED IN B-29 TO STATEMENTAFTER London (JTA) — The British Government will issue a statement of policy on Palestine "as soon as the conference of foreign ministers, which is now taking place in London, is out of the way," Reuter's reports today. The news agency, which is close to official circles, emphasized that the British Government has not yet decided on its future policy in Palestine, but that the prevailing opinion in London is that failing a decision which will satisfy the minimum Jewish requirements for the continued immigration of Jewish refugees from Europe within the next six weeks, there will be trouble in the Middle East. The report revealed that Colonial Secretary George Hall has again met representatives of the Jewish Agency and told them that with so many urgent issues facing the government at home and on the continent it had been impossible so far to deal with delicate issues involved in the Palestine problem. At the same time, the Colonial Secretary emphasized that the government realized the urgency of the matter and that a decision would not be postponed one day longer than necessary. Guam (JTA)—Rosh Hashonah services were held here under the dome of an airplane hangar that has just been completed to house B-28 Superfortresses. Against the background of B29s, and surrounded inside and outside the hangar by the giant aircraft, 1,500 men prayed for a new year of "Peace to him who is far off and to him that is near." It was the first Rosh Hashonah on Guam for the B-29 personnel. For many it will be the last. Tears mingled with prayers and joyous hope; farewells and adieux were exchanged with the lucky ones who may soon be on their way home. The job of converting the hangar into a house of worship for the Jewish members of the 20th Air Force based on Guam was delegated by the Commanding General to an engineer-officer. Although he was not Jewish, he and his men, representing all faiths, built seats, a pulpit, the Holy Ark for the Scrolls, instaled special lighting and public address systems. Synagogue decorations lent the final touches. The house designed for planes was an inspiring House •f Prayer. URGES ADMISSION OF 100,000 TO PALESTINE THE FLORIDIAN ASKS TO SERVE BETTER The Jewish Floridian in cooperation with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has, for the past two years, inserted weekly a community calendar of events and activities of the organizational life of the Greater Miami community. The purpose of this calendar was to serve as a clearing-house for the organizations. Thus far the project has not proved successful due to the lack of cooperation on the part of the organizations in registering the dales of their meetings and affairs with the Federation office. As many as four and five important meetings of interest to members of the community have occurred on the same evening, resulting in small attendance at each of the functions. Heads of Greater Miami's organizations are urged to see that all of their activities are registered weekly with the Federation office, 3-5411. They will automatically be published each Friday under the community calendar in this publication. Washington (JTA) — Former Senator Guy M. Gillette this week revealed that President Truman has sent a personal letter to Prime Minister Attlee urging the admission to Palestine of approximately 100,000 displaced Jews still in camps ih Germany. Gillette emphasized, in a statement to the press, that the President had authorized him to make the news public. President Truman also told Gillette that Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, who is now in London attending the conference of the Big Five foreign ministers, is negotiating with the British Government on the future of Palestine. The President asked Gillette to postpone his contemplated trip to London in behalf of the American League for a Free Palestine until Secretary Byrnes returns from England with a report on the results of his negotiations. (In London Byrnes told a press conference that the Palestine question is not on the agenda of the conference of foreign ministers.) Gillette, who called at the White House together with Senator Ralph Brewster, of Maine and Senator Warran Magnuson, of Washington, also quoted the President as stating that he had no objection to making public the fact that the government (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) KOL NIDRE SERVICES HELD BY CANDLELIGHT Huoricane winds forced much of Greater Miami Jewry to worship by candlelight at Kol Nidre services. Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, Temple Beth Sholom. and Miami Beach Jewish Center were the only congregations which did not need to use candles, hurricane lamps and flashlights Sunday evening. Electricity went on at the Southwest Third Street building at 5 P. M. and at Beth Sholom at 8 P. M. Beth David, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Temple Israel were without lights throughout the Yom Kippur services. Power was resumed at Beth Jacob Monday morning and at the Beach Center Monday afternoon. Lights at the Miami Beach Senior High school, where services were being held for service personnel, did not go on until Monday evening. JEWISH WITNESSES TO TESTIFY AT NAZI TRIAL New York (JTA)—One or two witnesses for the Jewish people will be invited to testify at the forthcoming trial of the Nazi war criminals in Nuremberg, where crimes against Jews will be used as primary evidence against the Nazi leaders, it was revealed at a press conference arranged by the American Jewish Conference. (A report from London last month said that Dr. Chaim Weizmann had been invited to testify at the Nuremberg trials.) Louis Lipsky, Dr. Israel Goldstein and Merr Grossman, spokesmen of the American Jewish Conference who have just returned from London, announced at the press conference the formation in London of a four-man committee which will draw up claims for reparations to be paid the Jewish people for damages inflicted by Germany and present these claims to the United Nations War Reparations Commission. This committee will also deal with "idemnification of and compensation to Jews, the funds secured to be used for aid and constructive relief in those European countries where Jews still reside." I !• M m t; • %  t,'^f:iy^J^y^^i^^'^^^d0^^^s^S^^-s^^^fW^i



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PAGE EIGHT >k*isl Ikridknr, FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Or. thodox.—Service* will be held Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:46, Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9. Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the services. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak I WANT MY MILK *&sim& And Bs Bur* It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dscro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street %  ;; on the "Land of Plenty" Saturday morning. The Sunday morning sermon topic Is "Land of Insecurity-' Refreshments will be served in the communal succah. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, Rabbi; Conservative.—The Festival of Succos will be ushered In Prides evening at 7 o'clock. Rabbi Lehrman will preach a sermon on "Paging the Hast. and Can'or Emanuel Balkan will chain the service Saturdaj morning .u ;•. Haturday evening services win begin at J:1B o'clock. Sunda> morning services will be held al 9 with Cantor Barkan chanting ai Rabbi Lehrman speak ng on "Problems Thai Sever End." Th Junior Congregation will meel at the Center at 10:30 a. m. Saturdaj and Sunday. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Avenue at 41st Street. Miami Beach; Leon Kronish. Rabbi: Liberal. — SUC..>> services Friday S:1S p m. The Rabbi's si rmon topic will be "Pioneering On ihe American Jewish s. ene. Sal rvtcea will hi -•' %  at ll a. in. Si:,.-services dedicated to the i hlldri u ai '! parents f the si nool will ic held Sunday ai 10 a % %  Ever? It Invlti > .1 Succah rally t" .1!! hlldren :,i ln\ Ited al .1 m. Sunday. The celebration • • %  begin Fi lda> p. m. Rabbi Shapiro, whoei enti theme for the nolldas "ill I" 'Wi .\?. Thankful." and Cantor Abraham Friedman n Services will wed bs .1 Klddush In the Succah adjoining thi synagogue Th s Kti h I .r\ Iti all members friends to ittend Satui dai Sunda) morning services will be Ml i, l*arents are urged t.. register their children for Hebrew ., h.H.l I sini ns \l' :.i.i\ at 4 p, m. ami and held MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue %  '*: las 1-1 11s services ai r Satui da) I >•:.<.. ngs at .it 7 p. m I '.lib ., • \ I • I" .1 m. 1 r:. 1 7 ; %  111 Schaarei Zedek Tolmud Torah. 1545 S. W. 3 r fl Street Fi d 1) evening sei vices 1 I T •* Saturda} u • Rabbi Simon April will speak i • Fi a1 of the Lord." services al 7 p m rig ser es at 9 Ral l % %  sermon will ncen J >j ind Faith %  %  ,ti p. m TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th Street: Saul Appelbaum. 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New Voik and ,,f Worcester; hree inms, Leon nnd Harold, both .>f Holly* I. : ""' '' %  '>" w .". ltam ,'-'' wls ; 1 K\ [ hi r mother. Mis ... .. Miami, two bi oth< 1 ,„,l fn. -• in. lulling M ss Zlnl • iitlin ol Ml in I. and Mrs Ruth Holtman. Miami Bi p es were hi Id In the Fum ral 1 hapi I Sept. II Mrs. I. ,i, n led in tin family plot at Ml SOLOMON Mi Tlllli Solomon, 7 1, of IS 1 n i.i.i Avi 1. % %  Coral Gablee. died .. i ij nlghl She had been .1 resIdi ni of Miami for six years 1 he bodv Is being shipped t" her former home, Pittsburgh, > %  > the Palmer eral home foi sei rices and Interment Mrs Solomoi 1 survived by Miss Rose Solomon, Miami, three other lers, and five SOLOMON Wlllam Solomon, r.-. died nt his I me, N E, First Com :. W • day. He came from Scranton, Pa.. rears tgi %  :ited a bar '., :. sur> Ivors are hie Ife, Mi Rose s,,l,mi..!.. Miami, and two sons, Hal "!>•> is ith tinarmy ovi u and Abner, Miami. The body is being sent to Scranton by the Gordon Funeral home. ELECTRICAL SSSSSSKSSS Unity Electrical Co., In 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 c RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINE ST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pray,, N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH sj Air Conditioned Phone BROOKS Miss Ri s. 11 Brooks, '• %  ". of 5810 •.::tli Avenue, died Wednesday In a hospital. Shi came here from Newark, S J. seven years ago She Is survived by .1 brother, Samuel, of Newark Services were held yesterdaj Rh • • si '1 hapel \wtli burial in Ml Nbo cemetery. HOLBERT Mrs Rarabelle Holbert. fon nf Miami and 1 'hli ag 1 and recei tlj from Jacksonville, died here Wedneada) Survivors Include h.r husl Holbert; on son, Willard; :> Mian %  slsti r-ln-laa. Mi I %  1 Ml im Beai h her Mrs Jeai • •••• Relaner, Chithree brothi rs Mori 1 .:.,. k ai A I'-i lolph in %  %  %  v %  1., -. : %  t..held toil 2 P M In the Palmer Funeral hap, by Rabbi Max Shapiro l: %  n ;: % % %  Ml N' en %  •• %  CALENDAR OF EVENTS Monday. September 2-Jth: League, S. 13 p in Towi V Tuesday. September 25th: i S r>ance fr Boca '. I Thursday. Seotember 27th: • • %  %  ireater -.•. %  %  Saturday. Seotember 29th: • Sisti I s • Sunday. September 30th: • _-..-tral %  Buy More War Bonds. To All—The Seasons Best Wishes—Meel Me Al X E N I A ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT FOOD SERVED AT ITS BEST 2234 Park Avenue PHONE 5-9601 \ GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 144g Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg-Ph. 25151 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate mervle•05 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: S. 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JAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945 JewislifkrXMan PAGE FIVE By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright. 1945, J. T. A.) QUESTION: What does the Lire 'Succoth" imply? [ANSWER: This current holiLy is classically given the name Succoth" because of the biblil command (found in Leviticus I"; "Ye shall dwell in booths Even days." The booth, a roughconstructed shack, was one of ,e prominent features of the jhd.iv. In Hebrew it is called ••Succah." It is to be noted hut in the Talmudic writings he holiday of Succoth (booths) f mostly referred to as "the Eoliday" instead of by any parIcular name. Traditional acounts proclaim it is the gayest festival of the year. [QUESTION: What is the sigfcflcance of the "Succah" in (rhich we are supposed to dwell even days? ANSWER: The Bible in the lerv same place that the command is given offers the historic icplanation, "That your generItions may know that I made hechildren of Israel dwell in ooths, when I brought them ut of the land of Egypt." Later ommentaries added to this ttany ethical concepts. The Ramjam, for example, sees in this Iractice of leaving the house laden with the rich harvest just gathered, and dwelling in a barren abode of temporary existence, the symbolic reminder that the Jews at one time had no earthly possessions of land to call their own while they wandered in the desert. This would remind one that not by physical powers alone did the Jew survive and reach the harvest but by the mercy and Providence of the Almighty. Maimonodies attributes the practice of constructing and dwelling in Succoth to the desire to publicize the fact that the Jewish people remember their heritage. Consequently it becomes clear why the practice is performed in the Fall instead of in the Spring when the official Passover which celebrates the Exodus is celebrated. As the Mahril puts it, were the custom to take place in the Spring it would appear as the construction of a summer home for convenience and comfort instead of a symbol of morality. Others even attribute general ethical concepts, such as the fact that the Succah would remind man that his life upon the earth is of temporary duration such as the timely structure of Succah. The note of comparison is often struck between the simple bread (Matzoh) eaten on the Passover and the humble abode (Succah) of the Succoth holiday claiming that there was an attempt to equalize the food and the lodging of rich and poor; to show the rich the equality of mankind and to give optimism to the pauper. Lastly, the Succah under the open sky is many a time referred to as the symbol of the Divine protection and guidance against the forces of evil and destruction. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. ANNOUNCING THE RETURN OF Stanley's Sightseeing Tours, Inc. AIR CONDITIONED BUSES Tour includes Miami Beach. Miami. Coral Gables, Cocoanut Grove and Hialeah Park (4 hours—50 miles)—Leaving twice daily—10 a.m. and 2 p.m., 14ih Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. For reservations. Phone 5-6266 or see your bell captain. Bring your cameras, ample time to lake pictures. $2.00 PER PASSENGER Reliability is essential in the handling of Real Estate If You Are Buying a Home or Selling a Home SEE I. S. SHAPOFF Reliable Realtor 2755 South West 27th Avenue Phone 4-7027 SPECIALIZING IN SOUTHWEST HOMES IN THE MAIL BOX Editor, Jewish Floridian: I was more than amused at the chutzpah of our friend. Mr. Elmer Berger of the Council for Judaism who has the brazen audacity to complain that he is not getting a fair deal from the Anglo-Jewish press. I consider it my duty to the Jewish public to expose that "gentleman." More than a year ago I wrote to The New Palestine a letter in which I evaluated critically certain comments by Dorothy Thompson published in The New Palestine. The New Palestine published my letter and in the same issue also published a reply to my letter by Dorothy Thompson. Mr. Berger saw fit to publish in his Bulletin an extract out of context in which he placed me in a false position, but he did not mention Miss Thompson's reply at all. He did not even send me a copy of that reprint, but a friend did. When I wrote demanding that my full letter be published in the Bulletin, he wrote me a private apology but refused to publish my letter on the grounds of lack of space and in the same private letter of which I retained a copy, he designated Miss Thompson as an anti-Semite, speaking the language of an anti-Semite. Subsequently I published our correspondence in The Connecticut Jewish Ledger and also in The Jewish News of Indianapolis exposing the entire shabby and shady proceedings. It was only after that exposure that the private apology came and my explanation was still refused and was to the best of my knowledge never published in Elmer Berger's Bulletin. It is my firm opinion that even the yellowest of anti-semitic papers would not stoop so low, as to misquote deliberately a responsible person's statement and refuse him an explanation on the pages of the Bulletin which misquoted him, and to privately call Miss Thompson anti-semitic, but refuse to substantiate in public print. Apparently our friend, Mr. Elmer Berger, is afraid of a suit for damages for spreading malicious libels. And still that gentleman has the audacity that he does not get fair treatment from the Jewish press. True, Goebbels and Bilaam the Roshe of Bible fame have the same complaint and with some justice. When Berger arrives in Miami I want the good people of Miami to know with whom they are dealing. —RABBI LEON SPITZ. ed, however, since there are always uninformed persons who try to destroy what others build. These Anti-Zionist, Anti-Jewish persons would be American Firsters if they were not Jewish. They are the fascists in our Jewish community. However, more shocking indeed, is the fact that The Jewish Floridian gives them publicity. It is often said that everyone is entitled to his own opinion. But was Adolph Hitler entitled to his? Why do you persist in giving this anti-Jewish group publicity? Very sincerely yours, —I. WEINHOLD. HOLLYWOOD LADIES BEGIN SOCIAL SEASON The social season of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center will open with a barn dance Sunday evening, Sept. 23, at the organization's club room in the Morse Arcade on Hollywood Blvd. Ted Sorin and Charlie Brenner will call the old-fashioned square dance. Prizes will be awarded to the man and the woman wearing the most original costumes. Mrs. Lillian Hauser, program committee chairman, and Mrs. Jennie Kravetz, hostess committee chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, Mrs. Frances Silva, Mrs. Lillian Sorin and Miss Anna Daniels. NEW BUS SERVICE M. B. TO HOLLYWOOD Mrs. Louis H. Davis and her niece, Miss Jo Anne Salzman, are spending two weeks in New York with Mrs. Jules Pearlman and her daughter, Joyce. PALESTINE ESROGIN 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 and English Torahs, Talaisim, Tfilin. Mezuzas, Mentalach, etc.—A larqe variety of Palestine and American Hebrew novelties. An Assortment of New Year Cards ALL, AT REASONABLE PRICES The only store of Its kind In Florida—Also country orders taken and promptly filled. Dear Mr. Editor: It is indeed shocking to the Jewish community in Miami and Miami Beach to find that a local chapter of the American Council for Judaism has sprung up in our midst. This is not unexpectOWN A HOME ... THE CONQUEROR OF FEAR CONSULT ERNEST FULD 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 moment's notice—one who is reliable and competent—call PHONE 2-2648 „*** H %| 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" MEMORIAL CHAPEL IHOS. M. BURNS, JR. FonKjl DSttrClo* ABE EISENBBHQ Treasurer 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE H Washington Ave. Miami 8ech In New .York: 7$th St.. *nd Amsterdam Av*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 '<^W* ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints c* Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 'Round the clock hourly bus service between Miami Beach and Hollywood was begun by the Stanley Transportation Co. last week. Stops include Baker's Haulover, Sunny Isles and Golden Beach. The frequency of trips will be increased when conditions warrant, Stan Stanley, head of the new line, has announced. The company is operating on a temporary permit from the state railroad commission. Twice daily tours of Miami Beach, Miami, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove and Hialeah Park are also conducted by the firm. The air-conditioned buses leave 14th Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. for a four-hour, 50-mile trip. Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! ':,' i; v •!•'(. J .; I %  : ft i i' m ~sS*iai3to.8;a9aflSflfe9*JK*Kiii



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PAGE SIX vjewisti ncridiairi FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Temple Beth Sholem Presents First View of Its Proposed New Home On its first building site, Located at 4144 Chase Avenue, (at 4ist Street), with an area of over 40.000 square feet, Temple Beth Sholem has made plans to erect its new Temple and Community House within the near future. The plans and specifications have been prepared by Albert Anis, architect. The building facade will base a street frontage of ITS feet. The Temple proper, towering 50 feet, with a width oi 65 feet, and length of 90 feet, is the central structural feature. The enRIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable Prices l ^ IB Large Beautiful GroundSa^iH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Think, act, be American: tire west wall to the full height of the Temple will be a background of wood paneling, containing the pulpit, bronze Ark. • and choir loft. Seats will be terra ed so as to secure unobstructed vision. The entire building and Community House will be air conditioned. The walls and ceilings will be constructed with the most modern lUStic improvements. The entrance to the Temple will be through a spacious modernistic lobby. In the rear of the Temple will be a large auditorium and social hall, with a terrace directly overlooking Biscayne waterway. The social hall wil be provided with modern kitchen facilities, enabling arrangements for banquets and other Community House activities. The Community House will contain large airy, well lighted classrooms for the religious school and for various club activities. Facilities will be set aside for a craft workshop, library, music, dramatics, and various other special activities of '.merest to children and young people. Provisions have been Included for kindergarten and nursery activities. The exterior of the Temple will be constructed of limestone. with marble entrance feature and bronze grillwork, Sculptural placques depicting Biblical features will ornament the entrance. The loggia extending the perimeter of the Temple will be adorned with suitable sculptural friezes. Until such time that building conditions will warrant the building of this new Temple. Temple Beth sholom is temporarily converting its premises located at 4144 Chase Avenue for present use, under the supervision of acting chairman Harry A. Cornblum, of the building committee. The present facilities provide a chapel with seating capacity of 500. and a Community House with adequate 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 HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments # No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) # No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans lor periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments i provisions for its religious school and program of club activities. Judge Morris Berick announces that the membership committee. headed by chairman Emanuel Goldstrich, is in session every day at 701 41st Street, for those who may be interested in becoming affiliated with Temple Beth Sholom. LEGAL NOTICES DOG RACING TO BEGIN AT HOLLYWOOD After a week of schooling events. Hollywood Kennel dub's Paul Hartwell. racing secretary, has 20 candidates lined up for the victory meeting inaugural tomorrow night. Female stars of the track are Judy Ann Lee. 1945 Raynham Derby winner and holder of the half-mile record at Revere: Windy Boots. Biscayne Derby Consolation winner. R i c k a r d Memorial victress at Miami Beach; Handy Hattie. former Raynham star: Rural Dixie. Revere Derby Consolation heroine: Wmdy Crlckett, Flagler Inaugural winner and hot-box star of the last summer's racing at Wonderland. Representing the male characters are Night Glow, Biscayne Derby victor and a hot-box faat Flagler and Revere: Another Pal. juvenile st..: at Wonderland last summer; Pakco. wood youngster and top mer at Raynham and Taunton: Jovial Gesture, which bi ike in at Hollywood and later became top runner at Miami I h and Revere: Good Thing tat times what the nami plies': Wingover, War Hawk and Pre Flight, which were purchased for S4.000 two seasons Hats Off. beaten favorite in last year's Hollywood Inaugural. Eddie Welty has been named by the Florida state racing commission as commission judge at the Hollywood track. IN 'nil: COl'NTY JUDGE'S COURT IN VXD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 16682 I,. Re: ESTATE OP JENNIEVEVE MAY III.CMS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'l'.i AI: Creditors and All Peraons Having Claims or Demand! Against Sild Estate: S ,..; h of von, .it.hereby notified and required i" present any claim* an.I demand! which you. or r i>f you, mi\ have against the estate of JENNIEVEVE MAY l'.l.l.N18. deceased late of Dads County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, ana file tii. -.. n %  In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from iiv date of the first publication hereof Said clalmi or demand! to legal address <>f the '.i and to !>• %  sworn to anil presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the Hit Probati \. • l >.,:. September 12, A. D. 1948. MAX It SILVER As Administrator of the Estate of JENNIEVEVE MAY BLENIS Dei i MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator :• 14-21-28 10 :. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi signed, desiring to engage i:: business under the fictitious name of DIXIE SALES at 623 S. W. 22nd Miami, I %  '.• Intend to i name with the clerk of thi %  ill C %  • i I >ade C ml %  HARRY .1 SHLAFER SIMON B MOSCOW l.i iris BOBSON 8 1" 5-12 \ i hei eby given that the desiring to %  ngage in the fictitious name ••• SANDY-BEE COMPANY • registri said name with the Cl< rk • Court of l lade County, da. HENRY DUBBIN DOROTHY I'lllKIN DANIEL S DUBBIN S s BERICK. Atton !': IUi.nl \. w I_.I. -. • : i;. in h, 5-12 %  •; ilda NEW MAPS AVAILABLE Copies of '"three maps in one." including the first map to cover the ocean front from Golden Beach to Hollywood, are being distributed by Benjamin E. Bronston. Miami Beach realtor. Besides the North Beach map which shows the connection to the mainland. Federal Highway No. 1 and the Florida East Coas"t railway, the folder contains a street map of Miami Beach and a diagram of Lincoln Road. The new folder is available at Mr. Bronston's office. 605 Lincoln Road. Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Serrice Phone 4-0632 Your Complete Department Store With Quality, Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami LIEUI BISIRVHE HREnn S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING MONDAY NTTE WRESTLING FRIDAY NTTE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 NOTICE 18 HEREBY",.,, the undersigned d,:;J G ,v EX, In business undi, tZ'?, of SNO-CRKMi.,' h ,\ "i'M^ Miami. Florida? ?, uJ} 'W said name with 'S to Si cult Court of itaJ! ,.!."'off'*' ART I ROSE I-Ma^ LEON KA^N"^*"^ Attorney for Applies — _JM4iJ NOTICE IS HERS,— the undersigned in business uiniiSTEVENS Ol BTEVK.XS MU'u-'i %  • %  %  %  •':£ AM -,; STEVENS, I ly: MAX Attest: IRVINO %  STFIV MYERS & H ,i •• v M V Attorneys r< %  j ""I W. 62nd 'j :-rt \ *\ tends to reglM l &; %  4 SI,:V,: Y. V LJ ,. NOTICr? IS IIKREBTSVBT: he underslgi J ,! In business ;,,V • of STEVEN A By. A *£ STEVEN 8. **. IRVINfi KPSTFIV c. MYERS & HEIMAN E -"I Attorneys for 8 • I/MHJ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBSI the undersigned, ,le. ..... .*l mi.I .Trl STI-:VI:\.< ; Av I %  I %  Court o! IM| in business of W. 27th t'llils to Clerk of th County, P|i STEVENS MARKET Said H "" MAX Attest: IRVINO EPSTEIN SMMI MYERS AHEIMAN Attorneys for Appl _____ -•• % % %  :i:| STEVENS, : i.\ DIANE Ni WIXMAN, it tiff, LEO WIXMAN". Ii.fendatit. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: LEO w i.wi \x ; %  :,UPR| A.I .8., Aahvllle \ rth '-' ,rolln: Y,,u are hen %  • i to ll your appi • nra U fel Bill of i 'ompla • • Dlvar* (Ml against you by HI AXE WTJQuil on or before thi 2T d %  %  Stpuald 1*46, ntherwl-. • %  id| I llll will h, • i \ ou I" INE AND %  •:-Hi l| day of Aua ist, \ E. B. LEATHERMAX, Clet<| t C • By WM W BTOCKKO D. C| (Circuit Court .%  HAROLD Ti"l. Solicitor • IN TIIK CIRCCIT COURT ELEVENTH JI'Dlt'lAl 1 IP PLl IRIDA. IX tXD "ORDil O IUNTY, IN 'Ml VXCERI. \. ... ... 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)AY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1945 *Jenisfi FhridHain PAGE SEVEN HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice SERVICE UNITED NATIONS J3QCT8 ^ ^ M f\ PARADE! POY/JL BLOOD' •PRINCESS C/UL/AW, WHO DONATED BLOOD SEVEN TIMES WHILE SHE RESIDED IN CANADA HAS NOW GIVEN HER EISH1V< DONATION. THIS T"IME FOR THE EXPRESS BENEFIT OF THE ffOPLE Of ^EiTfeRN HOLLAND.' ws of the Jap surrender fch, ,l Ensign Julian I. Wein1710 Lenox Avenue, and [man 2/c John F. Farah, 512 lins Avenue, over the loudgker aboard the USS Cruiser kisville now in the Pacific. lecond Lt. Gerald J. GreenI ii of Mr. and Mrs. RebC.nenberg, 101 Michigan emu. lias arrived at the San tonio. Texas, personnel dis0i,i ion center after 28 months j in the North African S since Nov., 1943, Sgt. Dnard J. Fireman landed with first air units on Tokyo. The of Mrs. Pauline Fireman, i Drive, Miami Beach, : a member of the Far East occupational unit unoinmand of Gen. George K uny. Sgt. Fireman is an bislanl radio clerk and was a fci-. rapher before he entered rvice in March, 1943. Ijcrrold E. Kemp, son of Mrs. %  ntine Kemp, 900 W. 43 .Miami Beach, has been ited to the rank of cap|in. Capt. Kemp has been staI with the air corps in the eutians for 20 months. His Seaman 1/c Nelson H. emp. is taking boot training at feat Lakes. Lt. (s.g.) E. Albert Pallot ar rived in Miami Sunday to take up his duties with the Seventh Naval district at the du Pont building. Lt. Pallot has been in the Navy 22 months and served 18 months at sea. After serving with Gen. Patton's Third Army in Europe, P'c. Maurice Samuels is spending a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Samuels, 561 W. Flagler Street. He is a former tool maker. With eight campaigns to his j credit, First Lt. Leonard Greenblatt has returned to his home, | 1414 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Platoon leader in the: 504th parachute infantry, 82nd I airborne division, Lt. Greenblatt! participated in the Sicilian, Naples, Foggia, Rome, Arno, Rhineland, Ardennes and Central campaigns. The son of Mrs. Ida Greenblatt, he has the Bronze star, Combat; Infantryman's badge, Presiden-1 tiaj citation and invasion arrowhead. |Corporal Martin Berman has lished the termination acntmg and auditing course of Army finance school, Army fcrvic e Forces training center, \. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. He tin son of Mrs. Lucie Beran. tiUO Lincoln Road, Miami iFrom Melbourne, Australia, bniis word that Capt. Max fernstein, 911 Michigan AveUe, Miami Beach, has survived three-year imprisonment by (if Japanes. Capt. Bernstein, an pny surgeon, was captured at idor and freed by the |U lians. Second Lt. John M. Council, son of Mr. and Mrs. John I. Council, 828 N. W. 33 Avenue, i reported to Randolph eld. Tex., to study B-29s. Lt. Burton S. Kahn, recently returned from the Mediterranean, has been called to Washington for naval deployment duty and in that capacity has been promoted to lieutenant commander. The son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kahn of Detroit and nephew of Albert L. Kahn, Miami Beach, Lt. Commander Kahn was awarded the Bronze Star for amphibious activities at Anzio. Prior to entering the service he was associated with Kahn and Alpcrt, Inc., and will re-1 turn to the firm when he is discharged from the Navy. Winner of the Presidential Jnit citation, six battle stars, p mbat Infantryman's badge rui the Good Conduct medal, 91. Raymond L. Cowen has relirned to Miami after 28 months Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, ny and Norway. The son M. I. Cowen, 2120 S. W. Sixth the sergeant was recenti -charged. He entered the f ice in October, 1940. Edward Newman, only liNised Jewish embalmer in the jtatr. left last Thursday for iniction at Camp Blanding and now stationed at Camp Mcfherson outside of Atlanta. etary of the Miami Beach Hvic League and a member of at board of directors of the [inior Chamber of Commerce, IT. Newman is the son of Mrs. Jreda Newman, 1411 Collins Avenue. After 33 months in the service, *"< years of which were spent as, Cpl. Sol Levin return to Miami Sept. 13 with an (jpnurable discharge. The son of r and Mrs. Ely Levin, he reeiyed the Presidential Unit ciation while on duty in Africa irt Italy. After a short rest, he '11 resume his job with his ather. After four and one-half years n the service, Capt. Arthur M. tann has been honorably retired rom the U. S. Army. The son J.Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn, uarni Beach residents for more ,, a n years, he will rejoin his ""ers firm, Kahn and Alpert, alter a short rest. pwore his retirement, he reeved the Bronze Service Star !" Participation in the Marianas .u cam Pafgn as a member the 450th Signal Heavy Conduction battalion. ,,„. graduate of Miami Beach ,f Si -, 001 and the University Florida, Capt. Kahn worked way up from a private durn 's army career. "There were no Japs around" when Ensign Herbert U. Feibelman hit the beach at Yokosuka naval base in the first wave of occupation troops. "The Japs here seem very friendly and no one has been hurt due to every precaution," the ensign wrote to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman. Attached to the amphibious forces on the USS Grimes, Ensign Feibelman has gathered a brass lantern, a bugle, an English sextant and a pair of wooden shoes as souvenirs. Feibelman received his early navy training under the V-12 program at the University of Miami in 1943. GREATER MIAMI ARMYNAVY TIDBITS Neither post-war apathy, the absence of a good part of the community, nor the worst hurricane since 1926 hampered the High Holy day program for servicemen who came here from as far north as Jacksonville and as far south as Key West. Thirty-five hundred servicemen and women attended Chaplain Saul Kraft's services for Rosh Hashonah, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur at the Miami Beach Senior High school. Through the local office of the National Jewish Welfare board, 100 servicemen and women were placed in homes for the holidays. Through the JWB's efforts, 450 service personnel received free meals, 400 were placed in hotel rooms at reduced prices and 50 received free hotel accommodations. A "break-the-fast" buffet supper and dance was attended by approximately 500 servicemen, their wives and guests at the Beach Y. The servicemen were high in their praise for the welcome they received from the Greater Miami Jewish community and the JWB. Memorable events of the High Holy Days: Pappy's restaurant serving 50 seven-course meals "on the house;" at the Cadillac cafeteria, which came out on the losing end financially, WAC Cpl. Anne M. Stern making ten trips to the counter and returning with the same number of equally food-laden trays; Chaplain Kraft's request for a pitcher of orange juice after the Yom Kippur services being granted and the chaplain returning to the hospital bed from which he was AWOL; the array of fruit served at the "break-the-fast" donated annonymously; the small and loyal group of women who neglected homes and families to make the last High Holy Days' observance for the men and women in uniform the best; the Protestant who offered his services in helping to remove the Snack Bar awning the afternoon of the hurricane saying; "The Jewish people here are doing so much for us boys that the least I can do is give you a hand when you need it—after all, this is OUR Snack Bar." ."A* £?£/7DY-TOVJE/4R.' RESPONDING fQ THE URGENT CALL C 0R CLOTHINS Tot? THE PEOPLt OfEUB0PE. THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT "AS MADE AVAILABLE To UNRRA A *IR5T ORDER Of CLOtHl^ VALUED KC $620,0(50 / LIVING SP/TF/RES.' i^szm^mz* ONE FALCONS TRAINED To iTftlKE GERMAN CARRIER PIGEONS \>i rUfewI > -THE TOTAL AIR fORtE^ eiOJT SECRET "FIGHTER JQUADRON* • Vienna (WNS) — Dr. Richard Lowenhertz, head of the Jewish community here during the Nazi occupation, is now a patient in the Jewish Hospital in Prague and he intends to return to Vienna as soon as he is sufficiently recovered from his ailment. Dr. Lowenhartz was reported to have been arrested by the Red Army when it entered Vienna. TTUmni for REST CONVALESCENCE -ndCHRONICOvSEJ W. D. FIELDS WRITES MOTHER FROM MANILA The following letter was sent to Mrs. Anna Fields of Miami Beach by her son, Lt. W. D. Fields, stationed in Manila. Sunday, Sept. 9 Dear Mom: This is the second day of the holiday. I was off from Friday night to Sunday morning, so I was able to go to services for the first day. Jack will be off for the two days. Well, I must say that Jack and I started the holidays off wonderfully. He met me before services on Friday night and a whole crowd went to services. It was held in a large indoor sports arena. They had the altar on the boxing ring. The Seabees made a beautiful structure for the Torah. There were 5000 boys at the service. They had a choir of about 50, made up of soldiers and civilians. It was a beautiful service. After the service, I took Jack back to my mess hall for some ice cream. I did not let him go home but I made him stay overnight at my quarters. I had a bed fixed up for him. In the morning we took showers got dressed, and went over to my mess hall for a good breakfast. Then we all went to services by 9 o'clock in the morning. The service lasted till noon time, so we ate in the Ked Cross, and then spent the balance of the day in the park. We are going to be together again for Yom Kippur next week. Hope you are enjoying the holidays. By next year we should be together again. Best of love and kisses^ Staff Sgt. Murray Schulman landed at New York City last week after almost two years in England and France with the Army Medical Corps. Sgt. Schulman received two battle stars for his action in the Normandy invasion. Mrs. Schulman, the former Jeanette Mintzer, expects to join her husband as soon as he receives his orders. Instanbul (WNS) — A secret anti-Semitic organization coni sisting of members of the now I defunct Iron Guard has been uncovered by the Rumania police, according to reliable reports reaching here. The anti-Semitic organization is said to have many branches throughout Rumania, where it has been conducting a clandestine campaign against the Jewish population. In Bucharest, the police found a clandestine printing establishment which turned out hundreds of thousands of anti-Jewish leaflets and brochures. The leaflets not only attacked the Jews, but also the democratic trends of the Rumanian government. One of the leaflets called on the Rumanian people to make pogroms on the Jews. So far the police arrested 164 members of the organization. Among them are a number of students, journalists and former government officials. Oslo (WNS)—Dr. H. Friediger has been chosed by the Jewish community inl this city as its Chief Rabbi. The former Chief Rabbi oi Denmark had been deported by the Nazis to the infamous Theresienstadt concentration camp, where he miraculously escaped liquidation. When the Allied forces liberated him from the camp he returned to Copenhagen. Don't discuss military information. Zip the lip! fSun-RayPark ealth Resort MND ton aooauTC MIAMI W.fLACLtR o lO'-COURT-.LOITIDA DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach ? 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PAGE TWO +Jenist flcri'••" el Hirsch has reBeach after a \ acati >n in New ishington. While in she was enten ssian Embassy and : G< n Jonal i %  g h api %  -.-. ol %  aur radio program "Fash r Time" ever WIOD each y, 8-30 to 8:45 A. M. 4 In a Pack Candies Go Overseas $|.T5 r] foi shipping oversees tin packed canin separate containers which fit into each other snugly. Coramels I o : d a a almonds : el'.y d:;r;s c:"i -sser.e;: hard :a:\d:es IN V. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Sehiff announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Helen, to Al Portman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Portman. Philadelphia. The wedding will be held Sept. 30. Portman was recently discharged from the army after serving 43 months. While in the 51 v ice he saw action with the artillery in the Pacific. Miss Carey Ginsburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg was n arried to Martin La, zar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenberg. Brooklyn, in an outdoor ceremony at the Tides hotel yesterday at 7 P. M. A dinner at the hotel followed the ceremony. Officiating at the wedding were Rabbis Joseph Rackovsky, n an I Most M( scheloff. ". inly attendant was hei sistei Sophia. Petty Ofi Seidn an was to be his ci ...-::-. s best man if he arrange leave from his n (: chant mai ine post in N w Y rk .. ived a B.S.B.A. d< gre< a< anting fr m the sity of Miami in 1943. Her : attended Long [stand sity and Brooklyn Colis a I asketball H merly assoc iat< d u ith th< Hu :n Bay Far C %  %  : Cans la Out-of-1 wn guests included the gi s pan nts, his two aunts, Mrs Seidman and Mrs. V w m ar I N %  York Citj and the brid 's gi i Ifather, David %  At ntic City. Aftei a Honeymoon upstate, thi .. uple will live at 2921 Ian Avenue. WEDDINGS BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Julius Damonstein announce the engagement of their daughter. Harriet Julia. to Martin Theodore Cohn, son of Mrs. Tilhe Cohn and the late Cohn ol Philadelphia. Rabbi Jacob 11. Kaplan will officiate at the wedding Sunday, Sept 30, at 4 P. M. in Temple Israel. Miss Dai nsti n was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended Sullins colBristol, Y.. Sh w as foi merly cultural chairman of Junior Hadassah, Sunday school teacher at Temple Israel and Beth David, private kindergarten teacher, dramatics counsellor at the YMHA home camp and I urer of the Young Judea Leaders' Institute. Active in USO shows for two and one-half years, Miss Di i n stein w is director of Unit N S She : atic work with many theatre gi eluding tn< i tre St pany .-.'. W 51 Mi ss and the Atti b< ry Players of Montreal. S been heard on local radio stations. n attended St. Th C Hi ge in St. Pau Minn and the L*niv< rsity ol G rgia he was .:.:.•. > :.•". sports. Recently discharaged from the navy. he has played | etball and' formerly owned a night club in Phi a. He r of Floi a singe: r. %  %  with the La ny m Milan. lives and frien Is are invited I the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Blitt. 1777 S W. 1th Street, announce the birth of a daughter, Diane Joy, Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rothstem, announce the birth of a daughter, Constance, Aug. 23. ins I've at 1455 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Arnold Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Barry Handman. !'2T Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, was born Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cahill, 751 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Daniel Samuel. Aug. 17. MEET T NCAPITAL TO TO PLAN STRATEGY Washington (JTA) — A twodav conference of FEPC local ils from 30 states met in • n this week to develop n-wide political strategy for i..: lv enactment *of the permanent Fair Employment Practices Bill now pending in the House I Senate. A. Phihp Randolph, co-chair: th National Council for permanent FEPC. opened the .i nee, urging minority peoth< United States to for fair employment as mployment. The 150 council leaders met in tiv( session and then visited thi espective congressmen. Mr. and M | ^wv^TT^l are vacation,,..; ln N S Mr. and Mrs iron t %  daughter. Sandra !" £ £! their Mian., Beach hn el *l week after a %  J *£ %\ Chicago. '-'"•NJIII After sper. line a m<,i relatives a j^| Naomi Grossi an da,iS;*l Mr and M, ..: .^c&J has taker -..„ gl guidance clinic of the r*l munity Social Service i£*l M.Y. Mis G .aanr^l master ol service *M from Tuiane university i n j"l Harvey Fl. is. .-.man retoJ to Miami this week withkl bride, the former Jean Stall stein, whom ht married ir"\J £<"* Sept. 5. Mrs. Fie^l is the da..: f Ml ard'fel Jack Sih New York \\ couple is living at 911 \'i| First Str. %  • SEDITIONIST TRIAL NOT YET CLOSED thi arrival of his English Sgt. Ralph Grossman is spending bis furlough the r phic unit of thi Eight Ail Force with his nts, Mr and Mrs. I. M. ssmi n, 1133 Meridian Aveich. Sgt Gi ssman was man ii I I Cpl Edith Lanh at 1 H W : I Ml % %  10. %  in July, 1 144 at Mrs an was in harge of %  : th( WAAFs "-" nts I *•';.: nd Mrs N an .' M r B nn m %  the : th ir li tight) r, Joy. to Pfc. J hn S. Od ss A A I Mian High nd Vai of AlPhi soroi ity. Pfc. lical in 1943 nd is i studying at its s : • li mi un Army Training pi gram [ding will be held in Washing! n JTA' — Dens ng persistent rts that the govr.t had decided to drop the as< against th 29 ^ %  litionists to an abrupt end early this year when the presiding judge died. Attorney said this i ase is not He would make no furn mi nt Fi rr th i rces it w as : hat thi pros toi liti nists, O. John K ggi is si i king %  • to bolster his However, it is under: that all I : ndants U not tried %  ion 'JTA — Dr. C Sii R bert Waley '. and a .: Jewish U iders in England were I foi • icti %  in it n I j • : %  List prei in 1C40 wl en thi Germans • %  %  i:. b sting "... they v. ere al t 1 tn\ a It Brit in COLON CORRECTION X-RAY ANALYSIS ODOR-PROOF .-—, 0^ C 39 Sf 6" St. ^ PHOKF 7-&S96 Rlaeumaiisn Artnntis Neuritis SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTE J. 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