The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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THE JEWI SH WEEKL
fyoUJME 18NUMBER 40
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 5. 1045
PRICE TEN CENTS
Capital Funds Drive Awaits Federation Report
121 HOUSES FOR
J
. Acting in accordance with
Iharp directives from President
[ruman '" improve the plight of
Bic displaced persons in Ger-
many, especially tens of thou-
sands of Jews, Gen. Dwight D.
Bsenhower ordered that lodg-
ings for victims of the Nazis, par-
tcularh- Jews, are to be requisi-
tioned without hesitation, it is
hportcd here from Frankfurt.
I Gen. Eisenhower's order in-
structed military and civil offi-
cials lo see to it that there is suf-
ficient food and other necessities
brovided for the 100,000 Jews
rtered in camps, so that they
i be pre pared for the winter.
(A dispatch from Frankfurt
kuoted official army circles as
fating that White House charges
fcf appalling conditions in dis-
placed persons camps in the U.
zone were based on old in-
formation. One spokesman for
Gen. Eisenhower's headquarters
aid that they felt they had
[nothing to apologize for" re-
President Truman has as yet
I received no reply from Gen.
I Eisenhower to the charges con-
tained in Earl G. Harrison's re-
port on the treatment of dis-
placed" Jews in the camps in
American-held territory in
Germany, the Jewish Telegrap-
hic gencv was told this week.
Gen. Eisenhower's report will
Ibe made public when it is re-
Iceived, the White House said.
Informed sources indicated
Ithat international complications
I were responsible for the
months delay in the publica-
tion of the Harrison report.
larding the present conditions in
Ihe camps for displaced Jews. He
pclarcd the Jews were now re-
:np a daily diet of 2,500 cal-
8, twice that given German
civilians, and that the camps in
Fr.ich they are quartered are
relatively uncrowded.)
The President's letter, which
'as sent to Gen. Eisenhower to-
gether with a copy of a report by
Jin G. Harrison, U. S. represen-
laetive on the Intergovernmental
gommittei for Refugees, drew
lie General's particular attention
oasecti i nof the report in which
"Harrison declares that "as mat-
ers now stand, we appear to be
'eating the Jews as the Nazis
eated them, except that we do
pot exterminate them."
j&iticizing the failure of the
pmtary to carry out the deci-
sions on treatment of displaced
arsons reached at Potsdam. Mr.
Tman called for removal of the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
fBGSON TO REAPPLY
3* U. S. VISA
l5lSH,^TON (JTA) Peter
Emw?! eharman of the Hebrew
tommit eo of National Libera-
ls ?'I was ordered by the
fcav ,'L !',",nii'-ation Appeals to
Kibe i Unltcd States bv No"
lalestTn,\.r.face deportation to
le in 1 i dL'clared this week that
IndI S?' s t0 Proceed to London,
IV vS ere re-aPP'y for a
k-'o'BerKsn entered this coun-
l-hir-h f^-rnonths visitor's visa
V Anri f .Later extended, but
ised ni f th,s vear he was re-
rtmemni"sslon V the State De-
h status0 rmain n a perma-
Viewing the press announcement of the plan for the new half-
million dollar Miami Beach Jewish'Center building are Samuel
N. Friedland, president of the congregation and chairman of the
fund-raising campaign; Harry Sirkin treasurer and chairman of
the steering committee; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual head
of the center.
BEACH 10 BUILD
Plans for a new civic center
costing half a million dollars to
I* erected on a site at Washing-
ton Avenue and 17th Street,
were made by the Miami Beach
Jewish Center last week-end.
Meeting at the home of Harry
Sirkin, leaders in the project
emphasized that the expanded
center would fulfill the syna-
gogue's historic significance as
a house of prayer, house of study
and house of assembly.
The new center will contain
an auditorium seating 1,500 per-
sons, a social hall seating 1,000,
chapel seating 300, a library,
classrooms for 750 children, gym-
nasium and several clubrooms,
garden court and patio.
General chairman of the pro-
ject is Harry Sirkin, Miami
Beach hotel owner and builder
who is a board member and
treasurer of the present center.
Chairman of the fund-raising
campaign due to open shortly is
Samuel N. Friedland, president
of the congregation for the past
three years, owner of the Flori-
da Wholesale Grocery company
and the Shelbourne hotel.
Other chairmen appointed to
date include Alfred Stone, chair-
man of the committee on archi-
tecture, and Nat H. Hankoff,
chairman of public relations. Fur-
ther committees are in process of
formation.
A follow-up session at the
Blackstone hotel of the architec-
tural committee mapped plans
for the design of the new cen-
FLORIDIAN ADDS TO
STAFF, EQUIPMENT
Miss Rita Grossman has
joined the staff of the Jewish
Floridian as news editor. Fred
K. Shochet, editor and pub-
lisher, has announced.
The affiliation of Miss
Grossman is the first step in
a program of expansion which
the Floridian is undertaking
this year. When wartime
newsprint restrictions are
lifted the size of the Floridian
will be increased and typo-
graphical improvements will
be made, Mr. Shochet said.
Delivery of an additional lino-
type machine is expected mo-
mentarily.
Miss Grossman recently re-
ceived a master of science de-
gree in journalism from the
Northwestern University Me-
dill School of Journalism in
Evanston. 111. She was editor
of the weekly Hurricane at
the University of Miami, from
which she received a bachelor
of arts degree cum laude last
October.
(CONTINUED ON PACE )
PROSPECTS GOOD
FOR FUND-RAISING
NEW YORK (JTA)An opti-
mistic outlook for fall fund-rais-
ing is held by campaign leaders
of philanthropic agencies through
out the country, according to
analyses and opinions submitted
by them to the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Cutbacks are temporary fac-
tors which may reduce contribu-
tions from employees, but other
classes of givers are expected to
take up the slack.
The immediate general out-
look is favorable and a continued
optimism is warranted.
TO ADDRESS
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of Hillel Foundations,
will address the entire member-
ship of B'nai B'rith at 8 P. M.
Thursday at the Miami Beach
Senior high school, 1420 Drexel
venue.
Dr. Sachar will speak here
Expansion Programs
Delay Building Campaign
Postponement of the capital funds drive scheduled to start
next week was decided upon by the United Jewish Building
Fund Campaign at a special meeting Wednesday evening. This
action followed a series of emergency conferences.
Following a lengthy discussion by members of the com-
mittee, it was decided to postpone the United Jewish Building
Fund Campaign pending a report from the Federation's Com-
mittee on Community Needs on a meeting with the synagogues
planning building programs.
Weeks of preparation before0
the drive preceded the postpone-
ment. Despite the delay the
workers' rally scheduled for
Tuesday night at the Roncy, will
be held. Dr. Abram L. Sachar
will be the principal speaker at
the dinner. No funds will be
solicited at this occasion, Harry
Zukernick, U.J.B.F.C. chairman,
announced. The affair is by invi-
tation only.
The primary reason for the de-
lay as revealed by the action
taken Wednesday was attributed
to the campaigns announced by
local synagogues. Beth Sholom
Center several weeks ago an-
nounced a huge building pro-
gram at 41st Street. Miami Beach.
Last Friday, plans for an im-
mediate campaign by the Miami
Beach Jewish Center were made
public. The Center plans a drive
for $500,000 to erect a synagogue
and center facilities on property
located at Washington avenue
and 17th- street.- Beth Jaeob
Congregation, while making no
official announcement, is under-
stood to be making plans to en-
large its physical facilities. Beth
David Congregation, at a meet-
ing Wednesday, moved to pur-
chase property adjacent to its
present structure on N. W. Third
avenue at Second street. The
new site is located on N. W. Sec-
ond street, the purchase price is
reported to be S10.000.
Multiplicity of drives seeking
substantial sums from Greater
Miami residents concurrently
created the question of whether
all the campaigns would be suc-
cessful at this time in raising
their quotas. Organizations af-
fected by the postponement are
the Miami and Miami Beach
"Y's", the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and the University of Mi-
ami Hilled Foundation. These
four agencies contracted to join
in a single effort to secure capi-
tal funds needed for physical fa-
cilities.
The Miami Beach "Y" has been
notified that the grounds on
which it is located will have to
be returned to its owners by
November. The organization, at
a board meeting Tuesday, will
make formal request to Beth
Sholom for the use of its facili-
ties to carry on its activities. It
is understood that Beth Sholom
has agreed to make these facili-
ties available.
RELIEF SUPPLIES
EN ROUTE TO CAIRO
MelbourneA huge consign-
ment of relief supplies, including
blankets, shoes, food and assort-
ed clothing is en route to Cairo,
from where it will be Shipped
to and distributed by J.D.C.
among the needy Jewish popula-
tion in the Balkans. Part of the
shipment may also be used for
relief parcels sent to Polish Jews
in Asiatic Russian via Teheran.
Representing a contribution
from the Jewish Relief Fund of
Melbourne, the consignment in-
cludes 11,000 blankets, 6,000
pairs of shoes, 10,500 lbs. of
canned food, 48.00 lbs. of honey,
3 100 yards of flannel, 400 knitted
garments, 3,000 sheep skins, 24
tons of soap and 20,000 garments.
before going to Ciba to confer
with the newly-organized Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Havana.
His speech next Thursday will
initiate the local aspect of a
national membership campaign
which B'nai B'rith will launch
at the end of this month.
Dr. Sachar will also address a
meeting of the United Jewish
Building Fund Campaign Tues-
day evening at the Roney.
Besides the Sholem and Miami
Beach lodges, the Women's auxil-
iary, AZA chapters, B'nai B'rith
Girls, Young Women's chapters
and Hillel will attend the meet-
ing.
Paul L. Greene has been select-
ed as chairman of the Miami
Beach lodge's membership drive
and Abe Aronovitz will be chair-
man of Sholem lodge's campaign.
At a meeting of the Beach
lodge Tuesday evening the by-
laws submitted by Martin Genet
and Jack Burris were adopted
unanimously.
APRIL RESIGNS
MJOC POST
Rabbi Simon April resigned
from the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation last night to
accept a post as associate rabbi
in a Savannah, Ga. synagogue.
Rabbi April came to Miami
with his family from Butler. Pa.,
in November, 1942, to become
spiritual leader of Schaarei Ze-
dek. Since the merger of the
two orthodox synagogues, he has
directed activities.
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RUBINS HONEYMOON
IN HAVANA
RETURNEES, CIVILIAN STYLE .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zucker-1
nick and son, Michael, flew back
to Miami Beach last Thursday
after a two and one-half week
vacation in New York.
Ruth Brotman, soprano, who
sang at various USO centers in
Michigan, has completed a con- i
cert tour in Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
Montreal, New York, Philadel-
phia and Baltimore and is re-
turning to Miami this week.
daughter, Mrs. Harold J. Aron-
son, and infant grandson.
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
have returned from their sum-
mer vacation in the North. While
in New York, Dr. Weinkle took
a postgraduate course at the N.
Y. Polyclinic Medical school and
hospital. He also visited the Leh
clinics in Boston.
Mrs. Harold Turk and daugh-
ter. Cornelia, arrived in Miami
from New York Tuesday. Mr.
Turk preceded them last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman and
son, Donald, have returned to
their home at 4465 Alton rd..
Miami Beach, after spending the
summer in Wildwood, N. J.
Mrs. Nat Williams returned
Sunday after spending 10 days
in New Bedford, Mass., with her
sister. Mis. Leo Berkowitz, and
10 days in New York. Mr. Wil-
liams joined her in New York
and accompanied her home.
Mrs. A. Schoenfcld arrived in
Miami Tuesday after a three-
month vacation in Washington.
D. C, and New York, where .-he
visited her son-in-law and daugh-
ter. Mi. and Mrs. Ben Rozansky
at their summer cottage. Shady
Site.
Mrs. Lee Alexander is back in
Miami Beach after a three-month
vacation :n New York with her
Harry Koivtzky is back in
Miami Beach after a Northern
vacation. His son, Marry, is vis-
iting him from military school
for a week.
OFF TO SCHOOL WE GO .
Miss Jean Vitsky. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vitsky, 21
Washington ave., Miami Beach,
has entered her freshman year
at Florida State College for Wo-
ven in Tallahassee. Miss Vitsky
is the holder of a scholarship
awarded by the Parent-Teacher
association of Miami Beach high
school and the Amos Lewis
scholarship awarded by the state
of Florida. She will major in
education and music.
Mrs. Alfred Stone. 800 Washing-
ton ave.. Miami Beach, left re-\
cently to begin his pre-law stud-
ies at Harvard university. Rich- |
aid attended Miami Beach high
school and Georgia Military col- J
| lege.
Honeymooning in H a v a n a,
Cuba, are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ru-
bin, who were married Sunday
evening at the Miami Beach Elks
patio by Rabbi Irving Lchrman.
The bride, the former Claiie
Malbin, is the daughter of Mrs.
Libbie Malbin, 835 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach. She was
given in marriage by her uncle,
Isadora Goldberg. Mr. Rubin's
sister, Doris, was maid of honor.
The groom's uncle, Sam Fine-
gold, was best man.
Mrs, R.ibin was graduated
from Miami Beach high school
and attended business college.
Mr. Rubin, son of Mrs. Anne
Rubin. 1227 S. W. 21st St.. was
graduated from Miami Beach
high school and will be gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami in January. He is majoring
in accounting.
Tiie couple will live at 824 Al-
ton rd., Miami Beach.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding included tUe bride's cousin.
Mrs. John Bitman. Abington,
Pa.; her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Goldberg. Cleve-
land; her cousins. Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Leffowitz. Cleveland: the
groom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Finegold. Providence,
R. I.; Miss Sue Rosen. Philadel-
phia; Mrs. Abe Blechcr. Cleve-
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Co-
hen, Key West.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
Miss Stollmack Goes To Coast
For Wedding To Marvin Ante
Miss Joyce Stollmack and Mrs.
Jack Apte left this morning for
San Francisco where Miss Stoll-
mack will be married to Mr. and
Mrs. Apte's son, Marvin. Date of
A graduate of Miami Beach
high school. Leo Osheroff. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff. 2485
Meridian ave., Miami Beach, left
last week to enroll at the Uni-
versity of Florida. Leo intends to
Richard Stone, son of Mr. and study agriculture.
ELINORE GOLDMAN
TO WED SERGEANT
ADDITIONS TO THE POPULATION .
Jan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham David Samson, 733 Nl
E. 126th st., born Sept. 3.
Elliot Harbey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Bernstein. 1435
Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
Sept 7.
Harriet Adele. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Murray Cohen,
3521 Indian Creek dr., Miami
Beach, Sept. 4, in Jackson Me-
morial hospital.
Alexander Roman, son of Mr.
I and Mrs. Roman Alexander Arn-1
loldoff, 4471 Royal Palm ave..,
I Miami Beach, Sept. 16.
Michael Frank, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Weinstein, 1061
Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
Sept. 12.
Laraine, daughter of Mr. and i
Mrs. Milton Lieberman, 937 Len-
1 ox ave., Miami Beach, Sept. 12.
David Paul, son of Mr. and
| Mrs. Bennie Kogan, 1619 Mori-
I dian ave., Sept. 13.
ROUND AND ABOUT .
A banquet in honor of Mr. and
Mis. M. Gleiberman will be held;
by the Workmen's Circle. Branch '
fi!)2. at 7 p. m. Sunday in their |
Lyceum. 25 Washington ave.,
Miami Beach.
Mr. Gleiberman recently ar-
rived from New York with his
wife to become the spiritual
leader and Yiddish teacher for
the Circle.
Ill-health brings Budd Hulick,
nationally known radio come-
dian, formerly of the team of
Stoopnagle and Budd, to Miami
Beach to make his permanent
home.
While here, Budd is starring
on the early morning "screw-
ball" program, Studio X, which
is aired over WKAT from 7:30
to 8 a. ni.
Miami Beach, will be held to
morrow at 10:30 a. m. under the
supervision of Kabbi Leon Kron-
ish at Temple Beth Sholom. A
reception will follow. Stanley ;it-
lends the Ida M. Fisher Junior
high school.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman.
1775 S. W. 16th ave., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Elinore. to Sgt. Arnold Si-
mon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Simon of Springville, N. Y.
The couple met in 1943 when
Sgt. Simon was stationed at Mi-
ami Beach with the Army Air
Corps. No definite date for the
wedding has been set.
A graduate of Miami Senior
high school. Miss Goldman is
now a junior at the University
of Miami, where she is majoring
in art. She is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi social sorority.
Sgt. Simon is stationed at
Greensboro, N. C. He attended
schools in Springville and was in
business before entering the
service four years ago.
the wedding has not been set.
Miss Stollmack, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Stollmack, 736
Thirteenth st.. Miami Beach, at-
tended the University of Miami
after her graduation from Miami
Beach high school.
Her fiancee, whose parents
COHENS TO LIVE
IN WEST PALM BEACH
Making their home in West
Palm Beach following a wed-
ding trip to Havana, Cuba, are
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cohen,
who were married Sept. 2 at the
Antilla hotel.
Mrs. Cohen is the former Ruth
Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bernstein. 1678 S. W.
14th st. Her sisters. Miss Irma
Bernstein and Mrs. Anita Ep-
stein, were her attendants at the
ceremony officiated by Rabbi
Saul Appelbaum.
Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Miami Y, has been
selected as an alternate delegate
to the 1946 national Amateur Ath-
letic Union convention to be held
in Miami Beach.
Dr. Elisha A. King, co-chair-
man of the American Christian
Palestine committee was guest
speaker at the Miami Beach
Zionist luncheon club Wednes-
day.
Former bodyguard for Jaffsie
Condon of the Lindbergh case,
and professional prize fighter un-
der the name of "Tommy Da-
ley," Abe Wasserman recently
arrived in Miami to make his
permanent home here with his
wife. Mr. Wasserman is from
Lynn, Mass., where he was box-
ing instructor for the Jewish
community center.
COLON
CORRECTION
X- RAY
ANALYSIS
The annual election meeting of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be held Monday
evening at 8 P. M. at 590 S. W.
17th Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein,
2107 '2 S. W. Seventh St., are en-
tertaining their nephew, Seaman
1-c Robert Lefker, who is on a
30-day leave from the Great
Lakes Naval Training center,
Chicago. Seaman Lefker will
spend the last two weeks of his
leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Lefker in Brooklyn,
N. Y.
The bar mitzvah of Stanley H.
Arkin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Arkin, 4385 Nautilus dr.,
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A graduate of the Lear schod
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The bride was graduated .'roul
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PAGE THREE
JRDER STARTS
CLOTHING DRIVE
, a campaign to collect 25.000
Ljnds of clothing, shoes and
Seal supplies for European
,d Palestine Jews is being con-
ucti-d this month by Lodge No
Bf Jewish Peoples' Fraternal
jlRohinsky is chairman of
hfbade county drive which is
_... ol a national campaign.
Receiving stations have been
bet UP :lt Greater Miami syna-
Cguei and at the following ad-
Brses' 4106 Royal Palm Ave-
C,e Miami Beach; 1643 S. W.
fenth Street, 350 S. W. 21 Rd,
E30O N E Second venue, Miami.
Fontributions may also be ar-
anEc Ke Order. 5-2026.
T Mr Rohinsky s committee con-
Lic of Mrs. S. Shandloff. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Rosenthal, Mrs. S.
n-esky, E. Burner, S. Siegel and
and Mrs. Sirden.
UNVEILING
Unveiling of a memorial to
Wie late Sam Kaplan, 1 38 Penn-
bylvania Avenue, Miami Beach,
brill take place Sunday at 2 P. M.
in the Jewish section of Wood-
Bawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Si-
April, of the Miami Jewish
iodox Congregation will of-
ficiate. Sid H. Palmer, of the
Miami Monument Company, is
1 charge of arrangements.
A monument to the memory
lot' the late Samuel Willner. 824
First Street. Miami Beach, will
Ibe unveiled Sunday at 2 P. M.
at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi
iMoscs Mescheloff of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob will officiate.
Arrangements are being made by
Isid H Palmer of the Miami
iMmiument Company.
CANCER WORKERS
I TO MEET HERE
Miami will be the site of a
three-day state convention and
Istate training school for cancer
workers in November open to
leveryone.
Announcement of the forth-
Icoming sessions is made by Mrs.
Clyde A. Epperson, Dade county
frommandcr, Florida division,
[Field Army American Cancer
[Society, who is in charge of lo-
[cal arrangements.
The Urmey hotel will be head-
quarters for the Nov. 8, 9, and
[10 sessions, which will be the
[second such convention-training
[school ever held in this state.
[The first took place last Novem-
FORUM TO STAR
Four prominent speakers will
be guest lecturers at the Israel
Men's KJiib Town Hall Forum
which will begin Dec. 11 and
run through the season.
The speakers are Frika Mann,
war correspondent daughter of
author Thoma6 Mann; Ray Jo-
seph, foreign correspondent and
author of "Argentine Diary";
Robert St. John, NBC news an-
alyst: and Max Hill, NBC com-
mentator.
Exact dates of the lectures will
be announced soon. Co-chair-
men of the committee in charge
of arrangements are Albert s.
Kahn and Herbert U. Feibelman.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Temple or the office of Her-
man A. Binder, Olympia Build-
ing.
JSSB TO REVIEW
RETIREMENT PLAN
The national retirement plan
for employees of health and wel-
fare agencies will be discussed
at a meeting of the Jewish So-
cial Service bureau's personnel
committee Tuesday evening in
the bureau's office, 127 N. W.
Second Street.
Members of the committee
Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman, and
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and Mrs.
Rose Weisswill later make a
report to the board of directors
on the advisability of the plan
which is sponesocd by the Com-
munity Chests and Councils. Inc.
The board in turn will make a
recommendation to the Dade
County Community and War
Fund by which the JSSB is fi-
nanced.
PYTHIANS TO BUILD
$75,000 TEMPLE
*&? Lor the construction of a
S.5,000 Pythian Temple on the
grounds recently purchased have
been announced by Jack Alt-
scnuler chancellor commander
ot the Miami Beach lodge, No.
1.0 KniKlus of Pythias.
The air-conditioned building,
to be located on West Avenue,
between Ninth and Tenth streets,
will contain meeting rooms, an
auditorium with stage and sound
equipment for voice amplifica-
tion parlors, a lounge and lobby.
A fully equipped kitchen will
also be installed.
Started three years ago with
a membership of 14, the lodge
now has more than 250 members.
exclusive of those serving in the
armed forces. The latest report
from the Grand Domain of the
State of Florida discloses that
the growth of lodge 170 has ex-
ceeded that of any other in the
state during the past year.
Irving Nuthanson is chairman
of the building committee.
50 ATTEND COUNCIL DINNER
PERSONALS
Mrs. Benjamin Kohn left
Wednesday for Washington. D.
C, where she will visit her hus-
band, a civilian auditor with
the navy.
Stanley C. Myers was recent-
ly promoted from ensign to lieu-
tenant (j.g.) in the Coast Guard
Reserves.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Magid
have returned fro ma month's
vacation in New Hampshire and
Maine. While away, they at-
tended the wedding of their
niece, the former Miriam Magid
of Providence, R. I., to Herbert
Zacon Sept. 2.
CHAPLAIN KRAFT
TO LEAVE BEACH
Kolman Luria, 1343 Lenox
Avenue. Miami Bearh, returned
last week after spenling ten
weeks in Connecticut with his
chillren.
Chaplain Saul Kraft. AAF Re-
distribution station No. 2, will be
tendered a farewell luncheon at
the Tides hotel at noon Tuesday
by the Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal association.
The chaplain, who has been
stationed in Miami Beach since
April, 1944, has been notified
that he will be transferred to
Mitchell Field, N. Y., in the near
future.
Prior to his entrance in the
army three years ago. Chaplain
Kraft was spiritual leader of a
synagogue in Atlantic City. N. J.
He is a native of Boston. While
stationed here, he served mili-
tary establishments and hospitals
throughout the entire South
Florida area.
BUDGET COMMITTEE
The Federation Budget com-
mittee meeting, originally sched-
uled for Oct. 1, has been post-
poned till Monday evening, Oct.
8. The meeting will be held at
the Federation office in the Con-
gress building.
ber in Jacksonville.
In attendance will be county
commanders from Florida, to
learn first hand the newest de-
velopments in cancer control and
lay plans for the April, 1946
campaign.
Also anticipated is the partici-
pation of a nationally known
cancer specialist.
Judaism as religion rather than
nationalism was stressed bv Dr.
Carl N. Herman and Rabbi Da-
vid L. Zielonka at a dinner at-
tended by approximately fifty
members of the South Florida
chapter of the American Coun-
cil for Judaism last Thursday
evening.
Dr. Herman is rabbi at the
West Palm Beach Temple Israel
and Rabbi Zielonka is religious
leader of the Tampa Reform Jew-
ish congregation. Herbert U.
Feibelman was chairman of the
affair.
Plans are being made by the
Council for an open meeting at
Temple Israel Nov. 14 when Les-
sing J. Rosenwald, president of
the national organization, and
Rabbi Elmer Berger, director,
will be guest speakers.
MontevideoThe Ladies Ger-
man Jewish Community here
has shipped 15 large cases of
food, clothing and toilet articles
to the J.D.C.'s Paris office for
use abroad, it was learned
through the "Junta Israelita de
Socorro en Cooperacion con el
Joint." the Argentinian Jewish
Relief organization working
closely with J.D.C. The aid is
the first large contribution made
available by the Jewish com-
munity of Uruguay.
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
CHANUKAH
First Candle,
Friday. Nov. 30
CUB PARENTS
PLAN NEW PACK
A meeting of parents of boys
nine, ten and eleven years old
has been calledb y Leo Acker-
| man, chairman of the Miami Y
; Cub Pack committee, for Mon-
day evening at 7:30 P. M. at the
JY building, 1567 S. W. Fifth St.
1 Reorganization of the Pack will
j be discussed.
CENTER SISTERHOOD
Reservations for the installa-
tion luncheon to be held by the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center Oct.
22 may be placed with Mrs. Jo-
seph Rose, president, or Mrs.
Lillian Oka.
FOR RENT
Room with twin-beds for middle
aged couple in private home. Kit-
chen privileges to Kashruth ob-
serving people. Also single room
for gentleman. Reasonable. By
month or season.
MRS. L. R. COHEN
228 N. W. 7th Ave.
Hillel Foundation
urgently needs a filing cabi-
net, any condition. Please
phone 48-2431.
.
Saul B. Yuran
ANNOUNCES
The Opening
of
THE WILSHIRE
Overlooking the Ocean
at
37th St. and Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH 5-5339
KOSHER MARKET OPENS
Ben Perril, formerly a Phila-
delphia butcher, announces the
opening of a strictly kosher meat
and poultry store at Mel's Food
Center. 704 Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. The shop will be
under the supervision of the
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth.
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
LODGE No. 192 JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER
IS OPENING A CAMPAIGN IN DADE COUNTY FOR
25,000 pounds of clothing, shoes,
medical supplies etc.
To Help the Jews In European Countries
THIS CAMPAIGN IS IN COORDINATION TOE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN THE COUNTRY OVER.
NA TIONAL OFFICE of the JEWISH PEOPLES FRA TERNAL ORDER
The Distribution of the Clothing Will Be Made in the Following' ^^^ poLAND
TO THE REFUGEES IN PALESTINE THROUGH THE IEWISH POLISH COMMITTEE
THROUGH THE HADASSAH. RED MOGEN DAVID ^ ^^ Qp fRM(CE RUMAN1A, GERMANY
TO THE REFUGEES IN THE SOVIET UNION *^$S8J!S^<22Z^
THROUGH THE JEWISH COUNCIL FOR RUSSIAN RELIEF
GIVEAND GIVE QUICKLY
AS THIS CAMPAIGN WILL BE CONDUCTED FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
Bring your clothes t^J**" r ^SSftlSS-. beach
Or Call the Main Office 5-2026 and We Will Be Happy To Send A Committee

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ZIONISTS SEND 2
TO WASHINGTON
Harry Simonhoff and Max Mei-
sel represented Greater Miami
Zionists at a special meeting of
the American Zionist emergency
conference held in Washington,
D. C.. yesterday to plan future
action in protesting Britain's re-
fusal of demands for opening
Palestine to the Jews.
The two w< re sent to the capi-
tal by the Miami section of the
Emergency conference which met
last Thursday.
Prime interest of the local
'.< at present is to stimulate
people to write letters Id Presi-
and Secretary of
51 Byrnes : I ting the Bri-
tish tion, Mr. Simonhoff re-

The regular ting of the
will be held next Thurs eve-
ning at Beth David.
AMERICANS SEE PALESTINE GROWTH
PIONEER WOMEN
MARK 20TH YEAR
In conjunction with the 20th
annivi I the Pioni i W i
en's orgai n, tl Greater Mi-
ami ch : ing its activi-
the nation-wide cele-
n, The local chapter is 10
old.
A s] v pro-
national
'.ill emphasize
"'' :. i co-partm
.:. the
Wi '. :. .- i ..::cil of
E i
''
has been lied upon 1 enl
a j20 :
; .; ansi n pn gram of
tin- ''' Women's council,
ting solidarity
66.000 members of the
labor movement in
DOG

FRIDAY. OCTOBERS
KASHRUTH BODIES
AGREE ON SURVEY
The Beth Jacob and the
Greater Miami Vaadei Hakash-
ruth have agreed to abide bv the
decision of national rabbinic
findings on kashruth supervision
for Greater Miami. Irving Furst,
assistant director of Federation,
reports.
Members of the Federation
Negotiations Committee on Kash-
ruth decided Tuesday night to
recommend that the Committee
on Community needs authorize
..ml Invite national author-
ities to undertake the study.
The Negotiations Committee
suggested that the Agudath Har-
iri and the Histradruth Ha-
rabonim be asked to send one
entative each, and that
both groups should agree on a
repi esentative.
If either of the Rabbinic or-
itions refuses to work with
the other, the Histradruth will
ked to send a committee of
ee, Mr. Furst says. The Agu-
Eiarabonim will be request-
id to send a committee if His-
uth i efuses.
DENVER HOmTp^
GAME NIGHT ^
An ^nfiVgames^.,
sponsored by the Greater J*'
chapter of the National HnJ4?
Jew.sh Children at Denve^l
day evening. 8 p 7?>
Haven hotel. 1-M-attheSh^l
Mrs. Charles Friedm**
Mrs. Alex SuU.manare^
men
be assisted
for th?U,J''ma-nareJc5
Ioi the veninn Tk **'l
assisted by thf \wvi
Charles Burns. GizeUa Kl
er, Max M :.. B m*H
Irvmg Becke, and Be" He^H
Buy War BondTa^!^
EASY METHOD AUTO-
DRIVING INSTRUCTION
DUAL-CONTROLLED CAB,
"BETTER BE SAFE THA,
SORRY- "**
2920 Douglas Road
Phone 4-3628
Di-tincui-lird Amrriran leaden
who hav< been reot-nt viaiton to Pal-
e-tint will present lir-t-hand reporH
nn current development! in the Jew-
i-li National Home it the Twentieth
Anniterean Conference of the United
Palestine Appeal, to be held at the
Hotel Commodore, Sew York City<
October 2ltl Deputed here are two
of the prominent ^peaker^ photo-
eraphed during their tour of Jewi-h
Palestineia6ote> Doroth> Thomp-
son I at ntlit hat- with the roee
Itardener at t.nath Brenner. flourish-
ing collective aetilemenl ealabliahed
with the aid of U. P. A. funds; Ibelou)
Dr. Jamef G. Heller. National Chair-
man of the L niled Palestine Appeal
1 at right and a representative of the
Jewish Agency Immigration Depart-
ment talk to >oung immigrant who
have ju-t arrived in Paleatine. Tin
inenl- wrought in Paleatine during the
October 21l (Conference, in joint cel-
ebration of the V. P. A. tweniieth
anniversary and the Keren Hayeeod
J5th jniiiM r -.ir. will review achieve-
pa>t two der*adet> and consider the
role of American Jewry in assuring
the resettlement of a maximum num-
ber of Jewish men, women and chil-
dren in the Jewish National Home.
Federation Plans State Meet
In Miama For December
i lirhianry discussion of a
state-wide community planning
conference was featured at a i
meeting oi the board of directors
of Federation last Thursday eve-
ning.
Community welfare, health
and recreation, a state-wide pro-
mam for homes for the aged and
the problems of overseas and
Palestine in relation to communi-
, ty planning will be on the pro-
1 mam of the conference to be held
in Miami in December.
By a close vote, the board
tabled the subject of Fed-
eration's affiliation with the
Provisional Committee for Inter-
Welfare Fund Cooperation, which
is attempting to reorganize the
United Jewish Appeal. The
Provisional Committee has pro-
posed that welfare fund cities, as
well as overseas relief agencies.
be represented in the new UJJ.
It was reported that JDC and
DRINK PLENTY OF
CPTripitre
>$ Water
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c
iPlus Bottle Deposit'
PHONE 2-4128
I'PA are considering joining the
committee.
Federation's executive commit-
tee has already approved the
Provisional Committee's plan "in
principle." the directors were I
' told.
If Federation joins the com-
mittee, it may send two repre-
sentatives to the Provisional
Committee's meetings. Cost for
joining is $420. Chicago, Detroit
and St. Louis have already be-
i come members of the committee.
The question of whether the
Provisional Committee's plan I
; would lead to national budgeting
i and control of overseas relief bv
a few powerful cities was !
i brought up from the floor.
Statements from the Council I
of Jewish Federations and Wei- '
1 fare Funds and the Committee to
Oppose National Budgeting were '
read, but the discussion of na- i
tional budgeting was postponed
till the December board of di- '
rectors meeting. It was reported
that the local Federation will be ;
asked by the Council, which is
I sponsoring the advisory budget-
ing program, to vote on national
budgeting in the near future.
Getting A Home Deed
Is your best deed for your
family
CALL
Ernest Fuld Calumet Blag.
Phones: 2-0559 4-0487
HEAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgt.
M. GILLER, Realtor
144$ Waah. Ava., Ph. B-M76
Buy More War Bonds.
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
REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
Formerly nf New ,rki Xew }
i- i ted
327 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Near Third St., Miami Beach f>.
In Freedmai Hebrew Bl
Store, you will i ., comE
assortment i I :-iiirioui bogta
In Hebrew an Ei :. ^^
Torahs, Talamm. Ttilin,' Ml.
zuzas. Mentalach, etc.-A lin,
variety of Palestine and Anwri.
can Hebrew novelties.
An .\ m of New Tea:
AI.I. AT REASONABLE PRICES
The only e of Its kind a
FloridaAlao orden
taken and filled.
BEN PERRIL
Announces the Opening of a
STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY STORE
At Mel's Food Center
704 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
FOLLOW THE HURRICANES
In Their Football Campaign
TONIGHT8:15 P. M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL
V. OF MIAMI VS. U. OF GEORGIA
Good Seats. $1.20 to $3.60 at the Stadium. Student tickets. 60 Cents.
FOR FUTURE GAMES
Buy tickets in advance at Burdines. Miami or the Beach or University
of Miami. SEE MIAMI PLAY ST. LOUIS U. Oct. 12 and L. of Fionas
October 19.
NORTH EAST GUEST HOUSE
9 Rooms and 2 Baths Furnished, Garage
50' x 150' Lot, Plus 10' Dead-end Alley for Parking
PRICE SI4,500$10,000 CASH
MR. KNUTE
C. D. REYNOLDS
Calumet Building Phone 9-2735
Announcing T t <,; the Re-Opening
HILDEGARDE
SCHOOL OF THE DANCE
150 N. E. THIRD STREET
BALLET
CHARACTER
TAP TECHNIQUE
# ACROBATIC
Registration Now Accepted
Call or Write Studio for Information
PHONE 9-2178 OR 2-9770
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*Jewisfi fioridT/ar
PAGE FIVE
THE NEWS IN VIEWS
THE BRONZE STAR BRIGADE
VICTORY FOR AMERICAThese newly decorated new Americans
helped win victory in Europe and in the Pacific. Their heroic service
won the Bronze Star for each of them. They are just a few of the
tens of thousands of new Americans helped by the National Refugee
Service who have given a good account of themselves on the field of
battle. The National Refugee Service receives its funds from the
United Jewish Appeal.
Five months after V-E Day, 100,000 Jewish men, women and children who survived in the
N. |i .ah camps, are still behind barbed wires awaiting their freedom.
above montage illustrates two phases of rehabilitation. In the inset (upper righthand cor-
nel is seen a group of Jewish survivors from Europe, still clad in their death camp raimant with
How badge on their backs, stepping on the soil of freedom after landing in the Jewish Na-
tional Home. To the left are recent immigrants rehabilitated in a pioneer training camp, tending
.1 in one of the 42 new colonies established on the land of the Jewish National Fund dur-
ing the war period. '
Left to right: Top rowHenry Feldman; T/Sgt. Herman Roth receiv-
ing award from Maj. Gen. Lunceford E. Oliver; S/Sgt. Harry Krieger.
Second row: Sgt. Louis Heinbach; Sgt. Ludwig Stsin; Pfc. Henry
(Hans) Winter; Pfc. Henry Cohn.
Third row: M/Sgt. Joseph Klrschbaum; T/5 William L. Baer;
M/Sgt. Henry Landauer; S/Sgt. John H. Slade. .".. ,
r
TWENTY YEARS OF ACHIEVEMENT IN PALESTINE
Freed At Last
October, 1945 marks the twentieth anniversary of
the United Palestine Appeal, central fund-raising in-
strument of American Jewry for the upbuilding of the
Jewish National Home in Palestine, anil the twenty-
fifth anniversary of the Keren Hayesod I Palestine
Foundation Fund I, fWal instrument of the Jewish
Agency which shares with the Jewish National Fund
in the proceeds of the U.P.A. During the past two
decades, the Jews of America, through their support of
the U.P.A., have shared in the creation in Palestine
of a strong, self-supporting Jewish community which
has made a historic contribution to the rescue and re-
vival of the oppressed Jew- of Europe, and which
during the war year, served a- the bulwark of Allied
support in the Middle East. Depicted hen are some
of the major activities for which U.P.A. funds have
been utilized: immigration labovt, Wll; acquisition
and cultivation of land I above, rig/i/l; agricultural
and industrial development I center); national defense,
security, aid to armed forces < below. Je/ll i education
<6e/ou.. rignt). Past achievement,, in Palestine and
plans for the future of Europe surviving Jews will be
considered at a conference in joint celebration of the
UP A. and K.H. anniversaries to be held at Motel
Commodore. New York City. October lift
By Courtesy of Hadasssh
Branded for life! Two young
inmates from thee notorious
German death camps, part of
the latest contingent of Youth
Aliyah children to reach Pales-
tine under the auspices of the
Youth Aliyah movement of
which Hadassah is the official
American representative, dis-
playing their prison numbers,
branded into their arms by the
Nazis. These lifelong symbols
of death, have now become
proud certificates to freedom.
VETERAN OF TWO WARS
NAMED HEAD OF J. W. V.
Lt. Col. William Berman of
Boston, a former National
Commander, has been named
Executive Secretary of the
Jewish War Veterans, it was
announced by rchie H. Green-
berg, National Commander.
Col. Berman, who has just
been discharged from the
army, served in Iceland for a
year as Executive Officer at
the Meeks Field Airport. He
served overseas a^aFirst^ieu-
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FRroAY, SEPTEMBER ,
The Jewish Floridian
Plant iiiul Main Offices, I'.l S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Kla.
P, o. Box 2078 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Clasa Matter July 4, l !:* at the Tost Office
of Miami. Florida, under the Act <>f March 3, in"!'
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
I Year, $3.00 Six Months, $3.00 2 Yean, $5.00
VOLUME in NUMBER 40
TISHR1 2H. 5706
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
DIcmI "f the mall received "t JewUh
Plorldlan in ml office box.
A CHALLENGE TO LEADERSHIP
Vivully lo she tore this wook cornea a ringing challenge to
Greater Mlami'a leadership N<-vi ai clearly has the deter-
mination ol individual phases oi communal life indicated theii
Intention lo dieregard community planning oi which they
have been an integral parl N> iluiu at this time that theii motivation has boon prompted by a j
decisive disaatiaiaction,
Tins editorial dealt with the United fewish Building Fund
Campaign Yeart oi planning previous campaign postpone-;
menta and now months ol preparation with intensive ettoit
once again lout aside with the announcement that the drive
acheduled lo start next week has boon once more called off.
Why' and with this classic question will pom toith a torrent
ol pi os and cons on the subject Tins drive, as we know, was
lo set use a iund ol approximately a million dollars to provide
sorely needed physical facilities loi Miami and Beach "Y's", J
he Bureau oi lewish Education and the University ol Miami
Ihllol Foundation
The drive was postponed primarily because the Miami
Beach lewish Center broke publicity and began activity for
thou halt million dollai campaign to ewvt Synagogue ana Con
lei building The already advanced attitude oi the Both Sholom
Temple already in the midst oi thou drive, likewise tor a Byna-
qogue and center structure was taken Into consideration. Other
qroups were also planning quietly
We leel certain that ihe motivators oi those expansion pro-
qrams al the Houses ol Worship are not anti-community We
are ol Ihe definite opinion thou timing was both poor and some-
what seliish They participated in the plans tor the Building
Fund Campaigns and were therefore, fully aware of what was
transpiring Thou submerged loyalties came to light
Furthermore and important was the apathetic attitude and
lack ol enthusiasm displayed by lay leaden the community
and members ol Ihe respective organizations directly benefitting
AH and sundry to pul it bluntly were not sold on the what
and how ai the campaign
Intelligent leasanina. on Ihe part ol Ihe Building Fund of-
. s left uo alternative With team leaders o: the drive with
drawing theu active partieipauan and loyalty it was readily
laieeee ... the hnancial success ol the drive was dubious
l*o put ihis drive over in view ol al this it would have taken
.: ass than I tai naturgists
. s : .' was dissat'.j a* on l*he premise on which
the campatan was plamied was not to the thinking nor the
lik .: .- te man in the street Indefinite blueprints and the
hackneyed talk ol postwar pla g is not acceptable to the
. dual tued ol the dreams ol the planners Now that the
wa- > as;-: somet .- ..- senses oi the word is
MR. BI6G0TT
Dr. James c;. Heller asserts
Palestine conditions allow for
immediate absorption of hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews .
Close t> 30,000 Palestine Jewish
war veterans demoblized ... At
least 250 children eight years old
and upward will be settled in a
children's village Iraq Petro-
leum company will soon start
construction oi 020 mile pipe-
lino from Kirkuk to Haifa .
Jewish births in Palestine totaled
15,583 in 1944 compared to 10,-
ihk) in 1939, with death rate in
'44 lowest of any Near.
Holland, liberated for almost
five months has 4.000 Jewish
children still in non-Jewish ,
homes ... In Utrecht, compara-
tively the most fortunate of
all Jewish communities in the
Netherlands! 40 per cent of
the pre-war Jewish population
survive.
The Bronze Star has been!
awarded to Chaplain Camillus I
Angel, formerly stationed at Mi-
ami Beach Hillel begins its
23rd year with lit' units in North |
America, including one at the
U. oi Havana, first in a Latin
American university Anti-1
Nazi league finds German-Amer-
ican papers hammering away
that only a very few \\ icked per-
sons m Germany were respon-
sible for the war.
The AAFTC Skymaster and
Ft. Pierce Amphib elevens play
in the Orange Bowl Sunday in
the second Optimist charity
game Tickets for the U.
ot M. symphony concerts may
be purchased at the U.. at Ami-
don stores. Cordelia's book
store or the Miami Beach Ra-
dio company after Monday.
"I have come to entertain the wounded. Lead me to fa
ward for white, native-born, sixth-generation Americans."
"TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
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Stat( of terror Marauders ad-
minister beatings to old and
young Jews who happen to be
on the streets after dark .
During the Succoth holidays, a
synagogue on Jefferson street
was vandalized Dr. Dan W.
Is : \> itive director of the
New York Mayor s Committee
on Unity made an amazing pub-
. statement Said Dodson.
reci nt Brighton Beach beat-
ngs Jewish I ys were not an-
ti-Semitic just conflicts be-
- Add Beaver col-
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that i Chrisuan col-
leges who have to give preced-
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fuses at all timi s t use anyse
ti-Jewish and anti-Negro ;okei
Isadore Lubin will have to take
a long rest tin aiaj to
his post in the Labi i departmat
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Carlos Op< i "' rn
weeks ago, is the daughter d
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>AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1945
fJewistincridHar?
PAGE SEVEN
WLYWEDS
CHICAGO
TO LIVE
apt Fred p- RoDDins and his
fide, Miss Sharon Z. Apple, wi
11
iVP in Chicago after their wed-
Enu Sunday and a 10-day honey-
in Havana.
Hss Apple,- daughter of Mr.
d MrsT Henry C. Apple. 2035
\V 21st st., and the captain,
in has just been discharged
Army, will be married
bo-ii the
tt "' P-
lOtl'l.
POLICE FEAR
E
E
Jerusalem (JTA>Measures to
prevent disturbances in Palestine
Sunday in the Pan I were mapped here at a special
n room of the Blackstone
A reception will follow
ceremony at which Chap-
lain Saul Kraft will officiate.
bride has chosen her two
rs-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Ap-
oie and Mrs. Marvin Apple, as
he- matron of honor and brides-
Siatron The groom's father, Hy"
.,'.,.. Robbins, will be best man.
i and Mrs. Robbins have come
fUnix t-t\9\*& urorl.
Ifroni Chicago for their son's wed-
|rfl..r Miss Apple's brothers,,
M-r in and Lloyd, will be ushers, time restrictions which
I* 1. ..,_ _.__a..a *u~ tt; valid for the war period c
conference of all district police
superintendents under the chair-
manship of Inspector General
Rymer-Jones, head of the Pales-
tine police force.
The district police superinten-
dents were summoned to Jeru-
salem following the publication
last week in the Official Gazette
of forty new security regulations
aimed at maintaining peace in
the country. These regulations
include most of the special war-
//
Let My People Go
By HARRY H. SCHLACHT
Reprinted from the San Francisco Examiner
Miss Apple attended the Uni-
k of Miami after her grad-
. from Miami Senior high
School. Capt. Robbins served 19
',. is as flight surgeon in the
period only.
The Jewish National Council
of Palestine and the Zionist Ac-
tions Committee issued a joint
proclamation appealing to the
British people and the entire ci-
"anea.n,a^Hf2?E N-m" vilized world "to prevent a ca-
Mtly was stationed at the Nau-, ]ami ., and to thc doors o{
SSL offte UniveS PalesU .
f i.,r.al Medical" school in Chi-
hi re he was a member of
phi Lambda Kappa. He will open
a rivate practice in Chicago.
DEBBS TO REVIEW
"TIME BOMB"
'Time Bomb." E. A. Piller's
non-)Ktion book, will be review-
nd discussed at the next
meeting of the Debb's chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women. Tues-
dav evening at the Miami Y. Re-
freshments will be served and
plans for a Hallowe'en dance will
be made.
JAPAN PROMISES
TO COOPERATE
Tokyo (WNS)Japan is pre-
pared to cooperate with all the
peoples of the world, including
Jews, it was announced here
over the Tokyo radio this week.
The announcer attributed the
remarkable statement to the
Japanese Prime Minister who, it
said, declared at a press confer-
ence that Japanese prosperity
depended on full cooperation
with the rest of the world and
that the Japanese people will
"cooperate with the United
States, England, China and other
nations, as well as with the Jew-
ish race."
tion of surviving Jews from Eu-
rope. "Immigrants will stream
to Palestine by all means." the
manifesto warned, emphasizing
that the Jews in this country will
never submit to decrees which
will prevent Jews from entering
Palestine.
The airborne division of the
In an open letter to Prime
MnmtHAUi1HW paring in the
Miami Herald and 49 other lead-
mg newspapers throughout the
country, the American Zionist
Emergency Council warned the
British Government that the
Zionists are at 'the very end of
our patience." and that "no palli-
ative solutions will be accepted
ny American Jewry or bv what
is left of European Jewry."
Signed by Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver and by Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
the letter declares that the en-
tire Christian world bears the re-
sponsibility for allowing Hitler
to massacre hundreds of thou-
sands of Jews, and Britain par-
ticularly because of its refusal
to allow Jews fleeing Europe to
enter Palestine. The letter recalls
the Labor Party's pro-Zionist
stand before its election and de-
mands that it fulfill its pledges.
Twenty-two thousand people
crowded into Madison Square
Garden last Sunday night voiced
their demand for a Jewish state
and unrestricted immigration, as
a crowd estimated by police at
over 45,000 milled around out-
side listening to the proceedings
The world Zionist conference
is in session in London.
It marks a historic TURNING-
POINT in the life of world
Jewry.
It seeks recognition from the
Big Three for a national home
in Palestine.
It urges outright abrogation of
the 1939 White Paper, which re-
stricts Jewish immigration into
the Holy Land.
It pleads for permission from
England to allow 1,000,000 Jews
from devastated areas of Europe
to ESTABLISH A PEACEFUL
HAVEN.
It demands action NOW to res-
cue these unfortunate victims
from the MESHES OF WAR.
The liberation of the Jews
would be the fulfillment of the
millennial hope.
British Eighth Army arrived in : through loudspeakers. The Gar-
Palestine as the vanguard of den filled up so fast that the Fire
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British Government is planning
to send into Palestine to prevent
possible disturbances there. Their
arrival coincided with the return
to Jerusalem from London, of
Lord Gort. Palestine High Com-
missioner, who has been absent
several months.
Meanwhile, new regulations
aimed at the maintenance of
peace and public security in Pal-
estine are published in the Offi-
cial Gazette, conferring more
power upon the local authorities.
RIOT DANGER
SEEN IN POLAND
London (WNS) Unless the
Warsaw Government embarks
upon a more active policy of
curbing anti-Semitic outbreaks
and violence in Poland there is
danger that the recently report-
ed anti-Jewish riots may assume
an even more dangerous char-
acter. This view was expressed
here by Polish-Jewish circles on
the basis of reliable information
reaching them from private
sources in Poland.
In the meantime it was report-
ed here from Moscow that three
Jewish delegations, representing
the Central Committee of Jews
in Poland, had called upon mem-
I bers of the Polish Cabinet for
more drastic action against the
pogrom perpetrators and for ad-
ditional protection of Jewish life
and property.
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
Department ordered the doors
closed a half-hour before the
meeting was scheduled to begin.
The huge assemblage addressed
a telegram to President Truman
expressing deep appreciation for
the "recent acts in behalf of the
suffering Jewish survivors in Eu-
rope," and asking his unreserved
support "for the immediate open-
ing of Palestine to unrestricted
Jewish immigration and the an-
nouncement of an immediate de-
cision to establish Palestine as a
Jewish Commonwealth."
The demonstration also sent a
cable to Prime Minister Attlee
emphasizing that, as in the past,
Jews prefer to be friends of Bri-
tain. "We do not want our youth
in Palestine to come to regard
you as their enemies." the cable
stated. "Unless you act quickly
and justly, irreparable damage
will be done to Britain's name
and prestige in the world. In this,
we speak the mind of vast num-
bers of Americans of all faiths
and all waks of life."
The two most influential news-
papers in Britain the London
Times and the Manchester Guar-
diansuggest that the only fea-
sible solution of the Palestine
problem is to partition the coun-
try into Jewish and Arab states.
President Truman has re-
ceived no communication from
Prime Minister Attlee on the
Palestine question. White
House press secretary Charles
Ross reiterated this week in
response to questions from cor-
respondents. However, reliable
sources told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that Secretary
of State James F. Byrnes was
bringing home a reply.
The British press is almost
unanimous in declaring that
President Truman's appeal to
Prime Minister Attlee for the
immediate admission into Pal-
estine of 100.000 Jews has com-
plicated matters for the Bri-
tish Government and made its
task in Palestine more diffi-
cult.
SECRETARY BYRNES STATES
U. S. LEADS WORLD
Secretarv of State James F.
Byrnes: "The United States is
today a bastion of democracy
and private enterprise. In many
countries throughout the world,
our political and economic creed
is in conflict with ideologies
which reject both of these prin-
ciples. To the extent that we
are able to manage our domestic
affairs successfully, we shall win
converts to our creed in every
land. If we are successful in
realizing the enormous produc-
tive potential of our system, we
shall have a standard of living
which will be the marvel of the
world. A strong, stable and pros-
perous America will give
courage and hope to all friends
of democracy abroad. The ex-
ample we set will certainly af-
fect, and may even determine,
the direction of the world's po-
litical and economic develop-
ment."
For centuries the Jews have
thrived in their sacred abode.
Contributing during that time
the best in almost every con-
structive endeavor for the world's
enrichment.
Among others their most prec-
ious gift to the world is the Holy
Bible.
They have fostered and ma-
tured spiritual and ethical con-
cepts and ideals for mankind to
accept.
They have been a brave race,
lacking neither in military prow-
ess nor in individual fortitude.
To this cardinal truth the Old
Testament bears ample testi-
mony.
The songs of Deborah are re-
plete with martial music and the
Battle of Gideon is the BATTLE
OF HEROES.
The fearlessness of Saul, Jona-
than and David attest to the gal-
lantry of the ancient sons of Is-
rael.
Neither the destruction of the
first temple nor the exile of the
Israelites into Babylon could
wither their beliefs, their teach-
ings, their traditions.
By the placid rivers of Baby-
lon, they sat and wept as they
pined longingly for the days of
Zion; and during their banish-
ment they vowed:
"If I forget thee. O Jerusalem,
may my right hand forget her
cunning."
Notwithstanding centures of
oppression, the Jews have NEV-
ER ABANDONED their revered
homeland.
From the days of the Roman
ascendancy up to the present day,
they have fought every intru-
sion and clung steadfast to theft
ancient country.
Never have they relinquished
the hope of rehabilitating their
national land.
Neither have they severed
their living bond with the sacred
past.
Their festivals are laden with
memories of their Biblical fore-
bears.
Their sublime faith in AL-
MIGHTY GOD and in COMMON
HUMANITY have lifted and
sustained their spirit through
the bleak epochs.
It echoes through the pages of
their prayer books.
IT IS PART of THEIR
CREED.
The Balfour Declaration issued
by the British government on
November 2, 1917, was conceived
and designed to OPEN THE
GATES of Palestine to the Jews.
It was justly hailed as an act
of historic reparation for the
long succession of wrongs com-
mitted against them.
IT WAS THEIR NEW CHAR-
TER OF FREEDOM.

The tragic plight of this long-
suffering race which has sur-
vived every conceivable torture
makes mandatory the RESTOR-
ATION AND FULFILLMENT of
the Balfour Declaration.
It was indorsed by 51 nations.
It was approved by the United
Slates Government in 1922.
A commission of United States
Senators was sent to Palestine
in 1936 to observe the work of
the Jewish pioneers.
A VERITABLE MIRACLE OF
CIVILIZATION WAS UNFOLD-
ED BEFORE THEIR EYES.
The population has increased
from 55,000 to 600,000.
Almost 30 colonies had been
established.
About 2,000 factories and 4,000
small workshops had been
opened.
Barren hills and valleys had
been reforested and numerous
marshes drained.
The members of this fact-find-
ing body found that the waters
of the Jordan had been harnessed
for electric power and the Dead
Sea had been made to yield its
chemical resources.
A splendid educational system
was founded and developed,
crowned by the establishment of
the Hebrew University on Mt.
Scopus.
They perceived to their utter
amazement that the Jews had
overcome every physical barrier
and TURNED THEIR HOME-
LAND INTO ONE OF THE
GREATEST COLONIZA-
TION SETTLEMENTS IN THE
WORLD.
Bernard M. Baruch, financier
and philanthropist, and adviser
to Presidents for a generation:
"The American people can do
anything if you will tell them
why, but you must tell them
why. But they are never subor-
dinate to the state, as in some
other lands. The state does not
control them; it comes to their
assistance when they need it."
Dr. Chaim Weizmann told his
fellow Zionists that Palestine is
the sole hope for the millions of
Jews in Europe and that to deny
their admission now would ag-
gravate their misery.
The restoration of the Balfour
guarantee is no longer a British
policy.
Neither is it any longer an
American policy, nor a United
Nations policy.
IT IS TODAY A COMMON
HUMANITARIAN POLICY.
The world has not right to toy
with the fate of a people like a
pawn.
It should provide a sanctuary
in the Holy Lond for every Jew
who could be brought to its
shores.
The Jews are a people without
a country; children without a
home; God fearing men and
women of the 20th century, with
no place to call their own.
The Jews are forced to wan-
der over the face of the earth,
barred from their ancient land,
and driven like herds from pillar
to post.
The White Paper merits uni-
versal condemnation.
Legally and morally, it is in-
defensible.
Let us cast it to the winds.
Let us destroy the last link
with appeasement.
Let the Big Three liquidate
this grave question.
Let President Truman take
the leadership and DEMON-
STRATE TO THE WORLD that
thc heart of America is as kindly
and humane as her sword is
mighty and invincible.
In the words of Dr. Weizman,
let the Jews enter Palestine as
"one of the fruits of victory."
Let the conscience of the world
be stirred "as Moses appealed
to Pharaoh 4,000 years ago to
let my people go."
UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
TO REVERT TO JEWS
Athens (WNS)All unclaimed
property left by murdered Jews
in Greece is to revert to a spec-
ial fund for the relief of the
Greek Jewish community, it was
disclosed here this week.
While no administrative de-
tails have yet been announced,
the decision is a clear deviation
from the former ruling, under
which all property on which
there was no claimant was to re-
vert to the state.
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jewish fhrldian
FRIDAY, QCTQ^
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Or-
thodox Friday Bvenins services, 6.30
p. m. Saturday morning services, '*
a. 111. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
4iii "Let Us Begin." Cantor Louis
Feder will .ham the services. Junior
n< rvlces for boys ami girls of elemen-
tary school age will be held at .".
p. in. Friday under tin- direction of
Cantor Feder ami al 10 a. m Satur-
day under the direction of ll. Gross.
Klddush refreshments will i- served
by Mrs Jack Hlrsch. sisterhood presi-
dent. Shalash SUdoS will I'.- al .' 15
i>. in. Saturday. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak Miami Beach Mlsrachl, Men's nnd
Women's chapters, will meel i"iml\*
in th,' synagogue auditorium at 8 n
in. Saturday, The neneral public Is
Invited, Registration or children
Sunday School classes, i" a. m. Sun-
day, Dallj religious classes are held
from a. in. In noon on Sundays ami
from I in 7 p. in. throughout the
week,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Chase
Av. at 41st St.. Miami Beach: Leon
Kronish, Rabbi: Liberal r"l lila> eve-
ning services, vl" p. m. Rabbi Ki
nlsh ill preach on \\. I login
Again." Siiturda) morning -
I" a. in Cantor Sanuiel Kelemer
will chant ai all sei vlcei \ iirwiin
prelude will begin 15 mlnutt'9 i
i' u each si r\ I Religious
Sunda) moi nlng al 10 n m II'
IKE ORDERS HOUSES
PAGE 1)
(CONTINUED FROM
DP's from camps into decent
houses until they can be repatri-
ated or evacuated. He ordered
that "these houses should be
requisitioned from the German
civil population," stressing that
this was "one way to implement
the Potsdam policy that the Ger-
man people "cannot escape re-
sponsibility for what they have
brought upon themselves.'"
The President's letter also re-
vealed that he had communicat-
ed with the British Government
"in an effort to have the doors
uf Palestine openud to such of
these displaced persons as wish to
gO there."
Displaced persons, who in-
clude tens of thousands of Jews
who have not been repatriated to
their homes, are still confined be-
hind barbed wire in the DP
camps of the German zone oc-
cupied by th.' Thud rmy. Armed
American soldiers mount guard
at all entrances and the inmates
are nut permitted to leave the
camps except in the most drastic
emergency and feel themselves.
generally, to be prisonrs.
Treatment of these homeless
people by the Third Army is in
ins*.-* weekday ifternoons, ri arked contrast to the treatment
beth david congregation, given displaced persons in the
po
Max Shapiro. | yoni
Slates'
139 N. W. Third Ave.
Rabbi; Conservative F
sei \ Ices will bes In nl
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 500 S. W. 17th
Avenue Ktlda> eVei MB services, fi
i>. in. S.i : a.,\ m,i nine ., \ <
a m. > Zedek Talmud Torah.
15J5 S. W. Third Street Frlda; evi
nliiB si v .. ; |, in Satui
Ing Bi r> .. '- i m, Rabbi Simon
April will ttpeak ,oi the Portion of
'li, I u Hebrew school
dally ai i p. m
iced by the United
Seventh rmy. a survey
showed this week, In this area,
then' is neither barbed-wire nor
armed guards at the camps. In-
ternees are permitted to leave
the camps and visit neighboring
villages. They enjoy a much
greater freedom than internees
under Thud Army control.
According to camp authorities
in the Seventh Army /one. this
greater liberty does not increase
problems of discipline but. on
the contrary, makes the work of
the camp authorities easier since
the morale of the internees is
kent higher. Instead of consider-
ing themselves prisoners, it was
pointed out. these internees feel
that they are beiiiM treated as
normal persons who have to be
kept in camps only because of
TEMPLE
Street. Saul
form Rabbi
Cn 11.-a oi
SRAEL. 1377 N. W. 19th
Appelb.ium. Rabbi. Re-
Appelbaum will .:>.\ik on
' ." :, I l'l 'I : \ ,'\>' -
1", li ii' Sill
ervlces will begin at 11 a.
m. Th,' first >l ill-' post -
'.. w ::i ti.'. with
Ralibl Appelhaum Sunday at ll a. m.
In beg i" Hi, ii m ;.l\ .: fndi
B the Bible "
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach;
Irving Lerhman, Rabbi: Conser-
vative^(Cabbalas Snabbas serv-
ice, ii p. m. Friday. Saturday
morning service, !l a. m. Junior
congregation service, 10 a. m.
Saturday. Minchah, 5:30 p. m.
and Shalosh Sudos, 5:45 p. m.
Saturday. Rabbi Lehrman will
preach on the weekly Portion of
the Law and Cantor Emanuel
Barkan will chant the service
Saturday morning. Daily serv-
ices are held during the week
at H a. m. and 6 p. m.
I HAD AN IDEA
The owner really wants to sell and I induced him to listen to
reason. This is really a fine 3-bedroom C.B.S. home. All rooms
are larger than average. Only 4 years old and in a most ideal
S.W. location with early possession. An excellent value for
S12.750 furnished. Terms.
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Price $17,000 furnished. About $7500 will handle.
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This is a truly nice home with a large living room, dining room,
all-electric kitchen, large rear porch, attached garage with
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in excellent S.W. location. $13,500 with about $5000 cash.
For Intelligent Handling of Your Real Estate Problems.
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Phone 4-7027
OBITUARIES
FLEMING
Mrs. Mil s. Fleming. 4T, >' 1 '''
W.-si Vvenue, died In b local howltal
Tuemlas last after an lllnesa of bov
,i;,l months. SI"' had been B winter
visitor here from Rldgewood, U I.,
i,,i iii,. iiasl li years She Is sui i lyeii
bj one daughter, Miss J
"i Miami Beach. The l-liili.it. it funeral
I....... has s.ni the bodj to Rldge-
n.....i foi Ben Ices and bui lal.
FELDMAN
Ell Peldmnn. 60, of 167 N. W Sixth
Street, died IiihI Prldnj I" a hosiiltal
li. .me from Chelsea, Mn
v, ir ikk Hui v \\ Ins are ins In
Hose Peldmnn. Miami, and n
daughter, Mis. Annie Spector. Cham-
ihiIkii, 111 Services were held nl the
i;,.i,i,,ii i-'iin.'iiil home, Burial was In
Ml sin.,1 ci mi lerj
SCHWARTZ
David SchwartB, IT, ol 221 S
ruli Avenue, who died Sunday In :i
local hospllHl, was burled Tui sdn> In
\li Slnnl i metei > following si 11
mi the Palmer K.....'nil chain I, He
came to Miami from New > "i K city
i \^> vears ago and is survived bj his
wrfe, Mrs Lena Schwai t; B <1
,i. Miss Helen A-hwnrtt; I<-tli !
Miami, and i>. brothers,
WOLFE
Mn Ri thi Wolfe. 79. of IS6 Wash
A\ i ... Miami Beach. l l
Mni,In in Springfield, Mass.. when
she .- s Islllng hei daughti r, Ml -
Ann Albert, She came to Miami 20
igo fi "in Spi Ingfli Id. Sun Ivlng,
iicsldi h Mr> Vlbei I, are iu.. othi '
In iBhlers, Mrs. Sally Orensteln, ..f
Newark, X. -l and Mrs. R..... Klrsch,
of I--,,' i l..' idi itnli iiv sons, John.
of II......-stead, nnd Al, of Miami
Bevel gran Ichllill Ml anil nni rr< '
graiidchlld, Servlei ,i el i held in the
. ioi .i"M Funeral li ipel, Rnbbl Max
.. officiating. Burial was In
\V.....Ilawn nark.
the fond and housing shortages,
in Germany.
Sharp criticism of the army's
handling of the displaced per-
sons problem in Germany is !
mounting daily. Informed sour- |
res. while paving tribute to the ,
army's efficiency in repatriating
almost four and a half million
persons from Germany since V-E i
Day. charge that it has failed to ;
show a comprehension of the
complexities involved in the j
cases of the estimated 700.000 i
non-repatriable persons still in [
Germany,
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MIAMI BEACH
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PROPERTIES
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MIAMI OBSERVES
DAY OF PRAYER
' Special religious convocations
were held at Beth David syna-
gogue Congregation Beth Jacob
and the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center last night,
which culminated a day of pray-
er designated by the Synagogue
"The desperate plight and
threatened betrayal of our peo-
ple in Palestine and throughout
the world with the British White
Paper still in effeit and hun-
dreds of thousands of displaced
persons still in camps compel the
religious conscience Oi America
to be aroused," was the state-
ment issued by the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical association under
whOSQ auspices the services were
held
Throughout the country, as in
Miami and Miami Beach, Ameri-
can Jews gathered in their syna-
gogues last night to pray for
early settlement of the Palestine
problem.
Beach To Build
Zip the lip on military matters!
(CONTINUED ON ,to
tor. Members 0f the ""
are: Joseph \\ i "'
Glosser. Mr. Sir
land. Alfred j&ff
the past two vi^Sl
guidance of H.Vhbi in?*
man, has developed 3
sivc progran,: m ,
ture. education and
Constuctmn is exnif
gin in the spi
BEACH JWV'slgj
Matters concerning il-
lation and in
ami Beach post of the Jn
be discussed at the rtejl-.'j
ing, Wednesday at 8 ?.{{*
1,0001
Spe*
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by the
The
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presen
ship a
reouea
and ci
Evei
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Veterans
ifiil
post.
and serviwna
eligible for n.. mbtrshin
nnct
Buy War Bonds and S'.j
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158 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
For Reservations Phone 5-9462
BENJAMIN COLEMAN, MD; DDS
Released from the Army announces the opening of
his office for the General Practice of Dentistry and
Oral Surgery at
337 LINCOLN ROAD
Telephone 5-0025
ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
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This label in-
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ITERTAINS
VETERAN
dian
feature of the Freda
3. Post 174, Jewish War
' Motorcade Sunday will
Irescntation of a gift to
ith veteran entertained
.St.
sentation will be made
. at the Town Y in the
of the entire member-
ie post who have been
to war their uniforms
, for photos,
second Sunday the post
is from 60 to 100 con-
ts with a trip to the In-
lage followed by danc-
refreshments at the Y in
jon with the Miami Serv-
euo.
regular meeting of the
ll he held Monday at 8:15
in the Beth David audi-
kSSAH TO INSTALL
OFFICERS
h
CALEHVAR OF EVENTS
Sunday. October 7, 1945:
Beta Jacob Religious School Induc-
tion Isxerclses s i>. m.
Monday, October 8, 1945:
si-. HBdasaah insinuation Luncheon
Meeting, Roney-Plata i p. m.
.Miami Service LeagueTown "Y"
8:15 p. in.
Tuesday, October 9, 1945:
B'nal R'rith Women's Auxiliary-
Beach "Y". 1:15 p. in.
National Home for Jewish Chll-
dren Bingo Party, s n, m.
Jewish Social Service Bureau, 8
p. in.
Wednesday, October 10, 1945:
National Children's Cardiac Home
Board Meeting, 10:80 a. m. Regulai
Meeting, 1 ::i" p. in.
Miami Beach Post No. 880J.W.V.
Regular Meeting, 8 p, in. Beach
"Y.
Thursday, October 11. 1945:
Greater Miami Zionist District
Regular Meeting Beth David Audi-
torium,
IKI GETS
COUNTY POST
Appointment of Wallace N.
Maer as assistant county solici-
tor to replace Louis J. Hamel
Dec. 1 was announced this week
by Robert R. Taylor, county soli-
citor.
Maer, 27 years old, majored in
chemistry at the University of
Maryland and received his arts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
Face Facts
9% Miami's War Record
first activity of the sea-
Miami chapter of Hadas-
planned an installation
i at the Roney Plaza ho-
12:30 P. M. Monday.
I. D. Shapiro, president
southeastern region, will be
Ipeake. Mrs. Irving Lehr-
fi-ogram chairman, will be
|sti ess.
Mowing officers will be
by Mrs. Harold Spaet:
Lbraham Goodman, presi-
Hrs. N. Douglas Raff. Mrs.
Ratner, Mrs. Samuel Sa-
rice-presidents; Mrs. Bar-
Linkle, treasurer; Mrs. Saul
laum, associate treasurer;
tarry Platoff, financial sec-
j Mrs. Joseph Lipton, cor-
friing secretary; Mrs. Mor-
.1, social secretary.
)IAC HOME
>ISCUSS DANCE
JR. HADASSAH
FETES OFFICERS
Officers of the Miami Beach
unit of Junior Hadassah will be
installed at 3 P. M. Sunday after-
noon at tlie Tides hotel at the
group's initial membership tea.
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
j who was instrumental in organi-
zing the unit last year, will be
installed as president. Other of-
] ficers are the Misses Gene
: Bushell. first vice-president; Hil-
j da Schwartz, second vice-presi-
! dent; Toby Cooper, treasurer;
j Harriet Hart, corresponding sec-
retary; Hattie Gorden, recording
j secretary, and Doris Albin, finan-
1 cial secretary.
Miss Malvina Weiss will be
i guest speaker. Mrs. L Van Sfiat-
| ton has offered a prize to the
largest number of new members.
In charge of the tea are Miss
Bushell and Beverly Raefield,
table decorations; Ellen Ravitz,
program; Ida Singer, hospitality,
and Doris Albin, publicity.
lowing a board meeting of
lie chapter, National Chil-
Cardiac Home, at 10:30
esday at the Beach Y, the
business meeting of the sea-
rill be held at 1:30 P. M.,
G. Lachs, president, an-
tes.
liness to be discussed will
the souvenir journal and
dance to be held at the
ba, Nov. 27 and the enter-
leu' afternoon planned for
Recently published reports of
military statistics have brought
out what Jewish mothers and
fathers have long knownthat
they have every reason to be
proud of the role played by their
sons and daughters in defeating
the Nazi-Fascist hordes.
From surveys made in cities
throughout the country it has
been established that the number
of Jewish youths who have been
and still are serving their coun-
try has far exceeded compara-
tive population ratios. In Great-
er Miami, more than 9 per cent
of the Jewish population is in
the service of their country, al-
though Jews represent but b' per
cent of the general population,
reports Nat Roth, chairman of
the War Records committee of
the Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the NJWB.
This picture is typical of Jew-
ish patriotic participation
throughout the country. It is no
wonder that we no longer hear
anti-Semites repeating canards
about the role of Jews in the war.
The heroic achievements of
Meyer Levin, Gen. Maurice Rose,
Barney Ross, Dr. Lisa Meitner,
or our own Sgt. Marvin Roth,
Lieut. Robert Richter and the
graves of thousands of Jewish
heroes who died for their coun-
try cannot be desecrated even
by professional anti-Semites.
Individually, there is a story
of patriotism to be found jn
every Jewish family. Let's take
the Rubin family of Miami. All
four children of Isidor and Anna
Rubin have proudly served their
j country in varied uniforms. Har-
j old, the oldest, is a captain in the
field artillery who saw front line
j duty in France and Germany.
Ruth, a lieutenant (jg) in the
I Waves, was one of the first girls
in Florida to enlist. Army Air
Force Pilot Irving Rubin, a first
lieutenant, was with the 15th Air
Force in Italy. Jack, the young-
est member of the family, was
captured during the bulge battle
in Germany and was a prisoner
of war for six months.
Recently Ruth married and her
choiceyou guessed itwas a
member of our armed forces.
Hats off to the Rubin family!
AJC WOMEN
TO HOLD BRUNCH
OES CELEBRATES
18TH BIRTHDAY
Charter members will be hon-
ored at the 18th birthday cele-
bration of Emunah chapter No.
175, Order of Eastern Star, 8
P. M. Thursday at the Scottish
Rite Temple.
Mrs. Claudia Christian, grand
marshall of the General Grand
Chapter, will be guest speaker
at the meeting. Mrs. Bertha Hal-
pern, worthy matron and a char-
ter member, will preside.
Remember, soldier, the only
secret is the one never told!
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
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degree from the University of
Florida in 1937. While at Gaines-
ville, he was awarded a book
prize by the German government
for his excellence in scientific
German studies.
In 1938, Maer entered the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School
where he was president in his
senior year. After receiving his
LL.B degree in 1941, he was ad-
mitted to the Florida bar and
later qualified for practice in the
federal courts.
A member of the firm of De-
Costas and Maer, he will retain
his connection with the firm.
Maer is a corporal with the Flori-
da State Guard, instructing in
chemical w a r f a r e. sergeat-at-
arms of the U. of M. law school
alumni association, and a special
police officer of the City of Mi-
ami. He is a member of the Mi-
ami River Men's club where he
is chairman of the committee on
municipal corporations.
Mr. and Mrs. Maer and their
daughter, Susan, live in the
southwest section.
Hamel, his preecessor, was as-
sistant county solicitor for ten
years. He resigned because of in-
sufficient pay. His resignation
becomes effective Dec. 1 but he
will leave Nov. 1 for a vacation
in Texas. Hamel will resume his
private law practice in Miami.
Mrs. Rachel Vixman, executive
vice-president of the American
Jewish Congress, will be honor
guest at the installation branch
to be given by the Greater Miami
chapter, Women's division of the
Congress Oct. 15 at 11:30 A. M.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
conduct the installation cere-
monies. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, presi-
dent, has appointed Mrs. Philip
Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel Bas-
kind co-chairmen of the affair.
The following women will act as
hostesses:
Mesdames Herbert A b r a m s.
Joseph Arkin, Charles Brown,
Archie Brick, Clarence Cohn,
Sam Comander, Theodore Fire-
stone, Louis Glasser, Clara Gol-
denberg, William Goodman, Rube
Greenbaum, Sol Herman, Al Ja-
coby, Reba Kohn, Jerome Kim-
ball, Arthur Klein, Sol H. Leslie
Isador Langner, Max M e l s e 1,
Harry Miller, Martha Maurer,
Lee Meyers, L. Mitchell, Lewis
Peckerman, Randolph Shevach,
Ai Silberlicht, Benjamin Sherry,
Arthur Triester, Robert Weiss.
Rosie Weiss, Ernie Wolfe.
RELIEF SOCIETY
SEEKS MEMBERS
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Phone 5-0132
DADE EXTERMINATORS
The Greater Miami Jewish
Consumptives' Relief Society of
Denver will hold a membership
tea between 2 and 5 P. M.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Al Scott. 1791 S. W. 16 Terrace.
Those interested in attending
may contact Mrs. Ida Gordon
(4-0755) or Mrs. Gladys Ousland-
er (5-3961), chairmen of the af-
fair.
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Restlessness or Nervous Headache
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GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Oi The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ut Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
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Kurt
I Note The following letter
fcritten to Milton A. Fried-
from Harry K. Brown.
le'brother became a rnem-
tf B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge
ice- espondence while sta-
id in the Pacific.)
^"always felt that when-
I wrote to you it gave me
ling of knowing that I be-
to a great organization and
,ng that the men be-
have always strived to
greater. This letter I am
"to you, well, I never
to ever have to, but I
that I must,
brother, Sgt. Herb Brown,
s with the 77th Division
mber of B'nai B'rith,
n Lodge No. 1024, Serial
96 account No. 1644, was
oil Cebu Island, Philip-
july 17, 1945.
War Department informed
thai his death was the result
a fsnshot wound. Milton, the
of it all is that my brother
through four invasion cam-
B, Guam, Leyte, Ormoc and
v.a: he came through these
j;ns OK, and was sent to
amp (Cebu) for the dura-
the war. I suppose that
; few weeks they would
nt him back to the States,
?re on this island, he was
I have no other infor-
except what I am writ-
On furlough from the special
engineers' detachment of the
atomic research, Los Alamo. New
Mexico, Staff Sgt. Harold L.
Fishbine is spending two weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Fishbine, 1004 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach. Sgt. Fish-
bine has worked on the secret
atomic project for the past two
and one-half years. He leads the
Army band at Santa Fe and re-
cently played at the fiesta which
was attended by service person-
nel from the ranks of the GIs to
three-star generals. Before en-
tering the army almost three
years ago, he was in the citrus
business.
Lt. Irma S. Silverstein arrived
yesterday from Moore General
hospital, Swannanoa, N. C, to
spend a 21-day sick leave with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Silverstein, 1568 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach. Before join-
ing the Army nurse corps, Lt.
Silverstein attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and Florida State
College for Women, where she
was a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon. She took her nurse's train-
ing at Johns Hopkins hospital,
Baltimore.
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Aerologist's mate, third class, is
the new rank of Miss Harriet
Goltesman, who has been pro-
moted from WAVE seaman, first
class, at Pensacola Naval Air
station.
Formerly a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, Miss Gittesman
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Gottesman, 1037 Michi-
gan ave., Miami Beach.
Discharged from the Army
Sept. 23, former Pfc. Morris Lex"
kowitz is now at home with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lef-
kowitz, 1228 Pennsylvania ave.,
Miami Beach. Lefkowitz spent
27 of his 31 months in the in-
fantry overseas in Germany and
other parts of Europe. He was
awarded the Presidential citation
with cluster.
observers behind Japanese lines
in Asia, the Navy department
revealed recently.
The group, known as SACO
(Sino-American Co-operative Or-
ganization) began shortly after
Pearl Harbor as strictly a
weather reporting unit.
However, the project grew un-
til it was giving the Fleet, the
Army's 14th Air Force and Chi-
nese and American Army head-
quarters, data on weather and
movement of Jap ships, troops
and supplies. It finally became
a dangerous fighting unit, kill-
ing Japs, blowing up trains and
raiding Jap outposts from Indo-
china to the Gobi Desert. SACO
Americans became adept at Chi-
nese disguises, and slipped
through enemy lines when they
chose, with the help of SACO
Chinese. Through the months
and years, not one SACO mem-
ber was detected.
ing to you now. That is all "the
War Department sent us.
He wrote me and told me that
he enjoyed all the letters and
material received from B'nai
B'rith. He was a fine man and
I know that he was proud in be-
longing to our organization. I
hope that his death was not in
vain.
Hoping that you and yours are
in the best of health and taking
this opportunity in thanking you
for all your cooperation.
HARRY K. BROWN.
Sincerely,
3418 Avenue J.
Brooklyn. N. Y.
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A veteran of both the European
and the Pacific campaigns, Pfc.
Morion Hacker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hacker, 410 N. W.
18 ave., has been discharged from
the Army after four and a half
years service. Hacker was with
the infantry in England, France,
Belgium, Germany and Hawaii.
Recently promoted to full lieu-
tenancy, Leonard Coleman,
USNR, heads 11 Miamians
aboard the famed aircraft car-
rier, Shangri-La. A gunnery of-
ficer and division officer of the
navigation department, he has
been aboard the Shangri-La since
it was commissioned in Septem-
ber, 1944. His wife, Edythe, and
daughter, Mildred Ruth, live at
1726 Michigan ave., Miami Beach.
Maj. Albert S. Dubbin, former
Miami attorney, will resume his
law practice after more than
three years with the AAF follow-
ing his discharge from the serv-
ice at Drew Field, Tampa.
Maj. Dubbin has been provost
marshal of the First Troop Car-
rier Command at Indianapolis
since May, 1944. His wife and
their four children live at 2651
S. Miami Avenue.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pfc. Mortin Frank, 5400 La-
Gorce dr., Miami Beach, was a
recent visitor at the rest center
of the XV corps in Nancy,
France, on a six-day yacation.
Pfc. Frank is stationed in Bam-
berg, Germany.
T/Sgt. Earl S. Mizell. person-
nel sergeant major, has been re-
leased from service with the
USAAF at the Drew Field sep-
aration station. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren K. Mizell, 1526 Nor-
mandy Drive, Segt/ Mizell was
a cashier with the City of Miami
Beach before entering the service
in January, 1943.
Aboard the USS Intrepid in the
Pacific is Bert Burger, fireman
1/c USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Burger, 2130 S. W. 23
ter. ______
Cpl. Julius Mendelson, 2239
S W 21 st.. and Master Sgt.
Harry J. Farbman, 304 Ocean
dr.. Miami Beach, were recently
discharged from the Army at
Fort Lewis. Wash.
The Air Medal has been post-
humously awarded to Li. Ber-
nard Goldstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Bernstein, now ot
New York city. Co-pilot of a
B-17 fortress, Lt. Goldstein vvas
reported missing in action on his
20th mission and later reported
killed over Seitz, Germany His
family were residents of Miami
Beach from September, 1943, to
August, 1945.______
Ens. Robert H. Traurig. of 2131
S W 15 St., is one of a Navy
group that acted as guerrillas, in-
telligence agents and weather
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Sgt. Louis I. Cohen, 26, Para-
troper, of Fairhaven, Mass. In
Germany. Received the Silver
Star and Bronze Star.
Cpl. Hyman Forman, 24, Army,
of Dorchester, Mass. In Germany.
Sgt. Morris Garber. Army Air
Force, of Maiden, Mass. In CBI
Theatre. Holds the Air Medal
and Distinguished Flying Cross.
Pfc. Sam Ghelber. 29, Infan-
try, of Denver, Colo. On Luzon.
Bronze Star.
Pvt. Harvey N. Hamburger, 21,
Engineers, of Detroit, Mich. In
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Ed. Note: Staff Sgt. Gay Lu-
bar, who enlisted in 1940, served,
with the National Guard in
Washington, D. C, giving basic
and M. P. training. In 1943 he
was sent to the South Pacific
with the 27th Special Services
company. He has been on prac-
tically every island in the South
Pacific area. His brother, a sea-
man 2/c, is at a supply base in
Guam. The following letter was
sent to their mother, Mrs. A.
Lubar, 121 Collins ave., Miami
Beach.) Sept 1L 1945
Dear Mom:
Just got your letter dated Au-
gust 29. Am in the city of Baugo
on the Island of Luzon. There is
only one road that is open to the
city. This road winds up the
mountain for 36 miles. It is all
dirt. Most days there is a land-
slide somewhere on it.
As you come up the road, you
see the dugouts that the Japs
made at every bend and turn.
We came here right behind the
33rd division, three days after
the Japs were driven out.
We moved into the city, and it
stinks. For about 30 days after
we moved into it, the big Jap
guns were firing over our tents
from the next mountain about
eight miles away. For a long
time we could not go down the
mountain road at night. The Japs
were always firing at anyone
that passed on that road. They
also blew up some of the bridges.
For a long time nothing could
go up or down on that mountain
pass. It has only been the last
30 days that we have had full
use of that road.
Am getting ready to move
again, but I am sure it's not for
home. But on the other hand, it
should not be over three months
before I return to the U.S.A. ''
As for the war being over, it
does not seem any different to
us. It won't be over for any of
us till we are home again. Things
are still torn up. As for buying
anything, prices are sky high and
things are not very good. Food
is still hard to get. What little
there is, people can't afford to
buy. Enclosed is some of the
money the Japs put in circula-
tion on the island.
With love, GAY.
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* Jen is* ncridton
FRIDAY.
KEEP THE LIGHT
OP JEWISH .
LEARNING ALIVEf
.~
...IN TEACHING THIS DEMOCRATIC FAITH
TO AMERICAN CHILDREN, WE NEED THE
SUSTAINING. BUTTRESSING AID OF THOSE
GREAT ETHICAL RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS
WHICH ARE THE HERITAGE OF OUR MODERN
CIVILIZATION. FOR NOT UPON STRENGTH
NOR UPON POWER ALONE, BUT UPON THE
SPIRIT OP OOP SHALL OUR DEMOCRACY
BE FOUNDED. t \ taiun o. I-. v t n
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
NOTICE!
We call attention to our subscribers that effective )uly
15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian were
increased to S3.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, two
years, S5.00. Renewals of all subscribers will be accepted
at the old rate until October 15. New subscribers will pay
increased rates.
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CENTER OFFERS
YOUTH ACTIVITIES
Youth activities for boys and
girls nine to 17 years old are
being stressed by the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter- L
Meetings of the various clubs
are held on Monday and Thurs-
day evenings from 7:30 to 9:30
P.' M. They include junior and
senior song clubs, current events
and debating groups. Young Ju-
dea, Keren Ami. dramatics group,
youth council governing board,
and the junior congregation.
DANCE SCHOOL
BEGINS 4TH YEAR
The Hildegarde School of the
Dance opened its fourth season
yesterday at 150 N. E. Third St.
Ballet, tap and acrobatic classes
are offered children from three
years old and up, Mrs. Hildegarde
Breskin, director of the school,
announces.
Mrs. Buskin, who organized
the civic ballet for the city ol
Miami Beach six years ago. has
been doing volunteer work in
.South Florida military establish-
ments- with her USO unit through-
out the war.
LEGAL NOTICES
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER-
SHIP. MANAGEMENT. CIRCULA.
TION. ETC.. REQUIRED BY THE
ACTS OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST
24. 1912. AND MARCH 3, 1933
i if The .l> i.-li Floi idian, published
weekh HI Miami, Florida, for Sep-
tember 21, 194."..
Stall f r hi Ida
tlf I i;i'l. ss.
Liefiire me, a notary public in and
for the State and count} aforesaid,
personall> appeared Fred K. Shochet,
who. having been duly sworn a.....rd-
inn to law, de|Mses and sa> s thiii he
i* the Managing Editor of The Jew-
ish Florldan, and thai the following
Is. to the hesl of hi* knowledge and
belief, i ii ue -i itemenl of the owner-
ship, management, etc., of the afore-
said publication for the date shown
in the alsive caption, required by the
\. i of Augusl 24, 1912, us amended
by the Act of March 3. 1933, eml.....led
In section !i37, Postal Laws and Regu-
lations, printed on the reverse of this
form, to u ii:
i Thai the names and addi i i
of the publisher, managing editor,
are: Publisher. Ethel Shochet. P. O.
Box '.''it:'.. Miami. Fla.; Managing Edi-
tor, Fred K. Shochet. P. < > Box 2973,
Miami, Pis
2. Thai the owner Is: The Jewish
Floridian, not Incorporated; Ethel
Shoehet, Publisher-Owner, P. O Box
3973, Miami, Pin ; Fred K. Shoehet,
Managing Editor, P. O, Box 297J,
Mi mil. Fla
3 Thai the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and othei security hold-
ers nwnlng or holding l per cent or
more "f total amount of bonds, mort-
gages, or other securities, are: None,
FRED K SHOCHET.
Managing Editor.
Sworn in and HUhsci Ibed before me
this 27th da> of September. 1945.
(Seal) JCNE IRELAND
(M> commission expires May ::. 1948.)
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN thai
lb"- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TATt'M'S JEWELRY al 212 N. E.
79th Street, Miami, Florida Intends
in register said name with the Clerk
..f the i 'Ircull 'oui i of Dade County,
Florida.
KATHRYN TATUM
Milton A. Friedman
Attorney for Applicant
13 5-12-19-241 11 2
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
ELECTRICAL
Appliance RepairsPrompt
Service
Phone 4-0632
* JoiiHpm ^Sfc x\tjv a-rti
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1S20 S. W. Sth St.
Phone 2-7439
LEGAL NOTICES
NOT1CF. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undenalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneai under the fietltioiis mime of
DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 1101 N.
W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends
i., register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
norlda- HARRY HERMAN
Ml'KU1S i-.Ol.I)
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
Id 5-12-19-24 11/2
NOTICE la hereby given thai the
underslgifed, desiring to engage l"
business under the fictitious names at
the locations hereinafter mentioned,
to-wit:
tVEINKLES I.H.H nit STORES,
1709-1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
Florida:
VVKINKLES LIQUOR STORES,
S525 Blscnvne Boulevard, .Miami.
Florid i
WKINK1.ES LIQUOR STORES.
2211 1'once I >. Leon Boulevard,
i tiables, Florida:
Intends to reglstei said names with
Clerk ol the i "ircull Court or Dade
Florida.
CARL VVEINKLE.
AARON WE1NKLE,
i.i:h \ riiaikin
Applli ants,
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorney* for Applicants
in 5-12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring in engage In
- undi r l h< fictitious names
ai the locations hereinafter mention-
ed, to-wlt:
CARLS MARKET, 8515 Blscayne
Roulevai d, Miami. Florida :
C \i:l.s MARKET, 1893 B, W. Sth
SI eet, Miami. Florida:
CARLS M VRKET, "00 Weal 41 ^t
Street, Miami Beach, Florida:
VVEINKLES, I7"l-I7ii7 Alton ltd..
Miami Beach, Florlds;
| Al:l.s R \KBRY. 785 S. \V. Il'lh
AVi nil- Miami. Florida:
DADE WHOLESALE OROCERY,
ll*n \. \v. L': -1,1 Street, Miami.
Florida:
Intends to register said names with
Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
li.nl, Countv, Florida
CARL WRINKLE.
AAR< IN WEINKLE.
IVAN C. BOWSER sit.
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
m .-,-1-j-r.i-_'; ii 2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 27308
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVBN that
I. i: riOSS, holder i.f Everglades
Drainage District Tax Certificate
Numbered 7948, dated the 7th day
of July. A. i>.. I94L has filed said
Certificate In my office and has made
application for tax deed to Issue
thereon In accordance with law,
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lit .".. nioek 34, Fairlawn. a
It-sub.. Plat lionk S. Page S3.
in tin- County of Dade, Btate of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of L. B. Warren. Unless
said Certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed win ls-
sue thereon tin- Slsl day of October,
A Ii. I94S.
Dated this 26th day of September,
A D.. 1945
E P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
By
_. N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
| Ii mi Court Seal,
9 28-10 B-12/19-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring in engage
In business under the fictitious name
I FLORIDA Bt'SINESS ASSOCI-
ATES hi Calumet Building. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lad,- i OUntS Flol ida
MCRRAY KA8TOFF '
9/28 lO/5-12-^2I6TER TREPTE
Your Complete Department
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Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
MIAMI BEACH AGENCY
THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGARS
1142 Lincoln Road Phone 5-2728
Dunhill Service Lighters. $1.00
Kaywoodie Pipes Fine Tobaccos
Complete Line of Havana Cigars
Shipped Anywhere
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BOXING WRESTLING
MONDAY NITE FRIDAY NITF.
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3-1 236
OCTOBER S
LEGAL
NOTICE
the undi
in huslm ...
of BOUTIi]
PANY a I
Miami, i'i,
Raid name
cult Court
MYERS
Attorney
9/28-1" ,
NOTIf^
ls HEREBY m
xat1&?BP
. Appilctgj
mm
nu
,^J,,!V,',IVT^:^d
IN AMi t'nii t\i !,']
A?v, :
Said Estate Demaimi j
V""' '"' h Of n,
notified a- .; .
claims a,
either ..f yon, may hav1i.N
eatate ..i .ii a .,,:VK\ ]
IS, dece in I ate ol rS"
Florida, ... 'J*.
County Judei ol rjadai&JI
le the ,., i i,?aM
Florida, wlthli ,; aK.^S
from ih. ,|.
hereof, Bad ins ,,, ^S*<
contain ti .iJ0**
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barred, Si ...
Probate Ai I **
I late Si pti \ ii
, ,. MAXR SILVER'S
a-s fjdmli ,r of the rnl
JENNIEV! VE M.VTb3J|
MAX I!. SILVER
j u'^'V A'"lnhhwcr
NOTICE IS HBREBi
[he undi i bIki I, desiring to m
of DIXIE SALES at
Avenue, M n i :.
reslater said n in ttlth thti
tin- Circuit C irt ( Dull
Florida.
I<":\:\ j. SHUnJ
MMn.N 11 '
M'lts BOBSON
9/14-21-Ls 10 .
Notice i- hereby given that4
uudeiMlKiud. desiring io emu
buaineaa under the I
"i BANDY-BEE COMPAST i,
i" register said n ime wiih theQ
of the I "ii i ourl of Dade Cn
Florida.
HENRY IH'BBIX ,
DOROTHT DrBBjL
,, ,..,. DANIEL S. DL'BMl
MORRIS B. BERICK. Atl
BOS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Plorldl
!' 21-28 in 5-12
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVE(4j
the undei -. m%
In iiiisln.'ss under the riclllloefl
of W-Z I.AIMlRATnltlES MB
Miami Avenue. Miami Pla rdll
reulxter said |l
tin- Circuit i'.. ,.f Dade .'all
Florida.
Norman weish
jack 7.wick
jack geyer
Rol I RT IIAMBCM
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney f"i Applli.
3/28 10/6-12-19-26
IN THE COCNTY .iriniKS COB
IN AND Kid: DAUK A
FI^UtlHA. RK: ESTATE 'PLAl
RENCE RAY iilirM, I'ECEW
Nu
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VM)
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice la li.i. i i given that II
flli-d mv final n |) and ;i'.itial
Final I ilschnrgi a- Vdn Ii -' ii
the estate >l LAWRENCE ,
CORUM, deeeased, and ilia: mi
Soth day of Orl >, 1 w:H MIU
to the Hon. W. I'. Blanton,
Judite of Dade County, K:r:dil|
approval ol Bald I "ll
final discharge as Ailniiui.-iramjB
the estate of I^AWRENCE U1
CORL'M, deceased ,.
This 21th day of S.-pten-.ber. I
RITH 'I
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Admli
'.' :< 10/5-12-19
., and hag
ration for tax deed I i be .--- ^
on in accordance with law. s)*lri
tlficatea embraci ''"r^l
crlbed propi ited imm
County, Florida, I i wit:
l^n ii. Block Ii
HeiKhts. Dial Book -' P"
In th>> City "f Ml mi- ounlv
Dade. Stal. I
braced In Certificate N
The aaaesament of saw
Dade. S'tat
braced in
Th
The assessment 3
under the -aid rertlfl
"as In the Hani. h L
Unless said Cerl fl ;;; wi I
redeemed according to '*;,,? I
will issue then "I..... 'be J'*'
yH&tp, R-th'daVofS-*-1!
B. It. LEATHBRMAN. ^,1
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PAGE EIGHT +Jewish fhrldian FRIDAY, QCTQ^ In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Orthodox —Friday Bvenins services, 6.30 p. m. Saturday morning services, '* A. 111. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak 4iii "Let Us Begin." Cantor Louis Feder will .ham the services. Junior N< rvlces for boys ami girls of elementary school age will be held at .". p. in. Friday under tindirection of Cantor Feder ami al 10 a. m Saturday under the direction of ll. Gross. Klddush refreshments will iserved by Mrs Jack Hlrsch. sisterhood president. Shalash SUdoS will I'.al .' %  15 i>. in. Saturday. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak evening services, vl" p. m. Rabbi Ki nlsh ill preach on \\. I login Again." Siiturda) morning %  I" a. in Cantor Sanuiel Kelemer will chant ai all sei vlcei \ iirwiin prelude will begin 15 mlnutt'9 i i' u each si r\ I •• Religious Sunda) moi nlng al 10 n m II' IKE ORDERS HOUSES PAGE 1) (CONTINUED FROM DP's from camps into decent houses until they can be repatriated or evacuated. He ordered that "these houses should be requisitioned from the German civil population," stressing that this was "one way to implement the Potsdam policy that the German people "cannot escape responsibility for what they have brought upon themselves.'" The President's letter also revealed that he had communicated with the British Government "in an effort to have the doors uf Palestine openud to such of these displaced persons as wish to gO there." Displaced persons, who include tens of thousands of Jews who have not been repatriated to their homes, are still confined behind barbed wire in the DP camps of the German zone occupied by th.' Thud rmy. Armed American soldiers mount guard at all entrances and the inmates are nut permitted to leave the camps except in the most drastic emergency and feel themselves. generally, to be prisonrs. Treatment of these homeless people by the Third Army is in ins*.-* weekday ifternoons, ri arked contrast to the treatment BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, given displaced persons in the po Max Shapiro. | yoni Slates' 139 N. W. Third Ave. Rabbi; Conservative F sei \ Ices will bes In nl ;i ^ %  he Saturdio win, li w ill hegli s. n of M .! Mrs Mill" v >' i %  Cantor Abraham • : -. KYi.lio u i ll N V thai, w Max si, Friedman \. • tig the mi %  %  ... KM t HI :i in i n d %  ., %  the i : I'M I>a\l.l will meet from .; %  %  \ •. i lielns T insli cuntrai • • .%  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 500 S. W. 17th Avenue Ktlda> eVei MB services, fi i>. in. S.i• :• a.,\ m,i nine ., • \ %  %  %  < a m. > Zedek Talmud Torah. 15J5 S. W. Third Street Frlda; evi nliiB si v .. ; |, in Satui Ing Bi r> .. 'i m, Rabbi Simon April will ttpeak ,oi the Portion of 'li, I „ u Hebrew school dally ai i p. m iced by the United Seventh rmy. a survey showed this week, In this area, then' is neither barbed-wire nor armed guards at the camps. Internees are permitted to leave the camps and visit neighboring villages. They enjoy a much greater freedom than internees under Thud Army control. According to camp authorities in the Seventh Army /one. this greater liberty does not increase problems of discipline but. on the contrary, makes the work of the camp authorities easier since the morale of the internees is kent higher. Instead of considering themselves prisoners, it was pointed out. these internees feel that they are beiiiM treated as normal persons who have to be kept in camps only because of TEMPLE Street. Saul form Rabbi Cn 11.-a oi SRAEL. 1377 N. W. 19th Appelb.ium. Rabbi. ReAppelbaum will .:>.\ik on %  ." :, I l'l 'I : \ ,'\>' 1", li ii' Sill ervlces will begin at 11 a. m. Th,' first >l ill-' post '.. w ::i T i.'. • with Ralibl Appelhaum Sunday at ll a. m. In beg i" Hi, ii M ;.l\ %  : fndi B the Bible MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach; Irving Lerhman, Rabbi: Conservative^ —(Cabbalas Snabbas service, ii p. m. Friday. Saturday morning service, !l a. m. Junior congregation service, 10 a. m. Saturday. Minchah, 5:30 p. m. and Shalosh Sudos, 5:45 p. m. Saturday. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the weekly Portion of the Law and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant the service Saturday morning. Daily services are held during the week at H a. m. and 6 p. m. I HAD AN IDEA The owner really wants to sell and I induced him to listen to reason. This is really a fine 3-bedroom C.B.S. home. All rooms are larger than average. Only 4 years old and in a most ideal S.W. location with early possession. An excellent value for S12.750 furnished. Terms. GUEST HOUSE 2-Story C.B.S. 4 bedrooms, 4' 2 baths with possibilities for 4 or 5 additional bedrooms. There is a laundry room, a fish pond, electric washer, and sewing machine. This is a large home located in the heart of the S.W. section and was never rented. Price $17,000 furnished. About $7500 will handle. YOU WONT REGRET IT This is a truly nice home with a large living room, dining room, all-electric kitchen, large rear porch, attached garage with stationary tubs; floors ase well carpeted. Very nicely furnished in excellent S.W. location. $13,500 with about $5000 cash. For Intelligent Handling of Your Real Estate Problems. Play Safe and See I. S. SHAPOFF Reliable Realtor 2755 South West 27th Avenue Phone 4-7027 OBITUARIES FLEMING Mrs. Mil s. Fleming. 4T, %  >' 1 ''•' W.-si Vvenue, died In B local howltal Tuemlas last after an lllnesa of BOV ,i;,l months. SI"' had been B winter visitor here from Rldgewood, U I., i,, i iii,. iiasl li years She Is sui i lyeii bj one daughter, Miss J "i Miami Beach. The l -liili.it. it funeral I %  has s.ni the bodj to Rldgen i foi Ben Ices and bui lal. FELDMAN Ell Peldmnn. 60, of 167 N. W Sixth Street, died IIIHI Prldnj I" a hosiiltal li. .me from Chelsea, Mn v, ir IKK Hui v \\ Ins are ins In Hose Peldmnn. Miami, and n daughter, Mis. Annie Spector. ChamIHIIKII, 111 Services were held nl the i;,.i,i,,ii i-'iin.'iiil home, Burial was In Ml sin.,1 ci mi lerj SCHWARTZ David SchwartB, IT, ol 221 S ruli Avenue, who died Sunday In :i local hospllHl, was burled Tui sdn> In \li Slnnl i • metei > following si 11 MI the Palmer K 'nil chain I, He came to Miami from New > "i K city i \^> vears ago and is survived bj his wr fe, Mrs Lena Schwai t; B <1 •,i. Miss Helen A-hwnrtt; I %  <-tli %  •! Miami, and i>. broth ers, WOLFE Mn Ri thi Wolfe. 79. of IS6 Wash A\ • i ... Miami Beach. l • l Mni,In in Springfield, Mass.. when she .s Islllng hei daughti r, Ml Ann Albert, She came to Miami 20 igo fi "in Spi Ingfli Id. Sun Ivlng, iicsldi H Mr> Vlbei I, are iu.. othi %  In iBhlers, Mrs. Sally Orensteln, ..f Newark, X. -l and Mrs. R Klrsch, of I,,' i l .' idi %  itnli iiv sons, John. of II -stead, nnd Al, of Miami Bevel gran Ichllill Ml anil nni rr< graiidchlld, Servlei ,i el i held in the ioi .i"M Funeral li ipel, Rnbbl Max .. officiating. Burial was In \V Ilawn nark. the fond and housing shortages, in Germany. Sharp criticism of the army's handling of the displaced persons problem in Germany is mounting daily. Informed sour| res. while paving tribute to the army's efficiency in repatriating almost four and a half million persons from Germany since V-E i Day. charge that it has failed to ; show a comprehension of the complexities involved in the j cases of the estimated 700.000 i non-repatriable persons still in [ Germany, GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 TTUomi for REST CONVALESCENCE ...JCHRONICCASEJ mSun-RqyParli /Health Resort MIAMI w rLACl.tR o.iO'-COUST-FLORIDA I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 And Be Sure Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd StiMt MIAMI OBSERVES DAY OF PRAYER Special religious convocations were held at Beth David synagogue Congregation Beth Jacob and the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center last night, which culminated a day of prayer designated by the Synagogue "The desperate plight and threatened betrayal of our people in Palestine and throughout the world with the British White Paper still in effeit and hundreds of thousands of displaced persons still in camps compel the religious conscience Oi America to be aroused," was the statement issued by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association under whOSQ auspices the services were held Throughout the country, as in Miami and Miami Beach, American Jews gathered in their synagogues last night to pray for early settlement of the Palestine problem. Beach To Build Zip the lip on military matters! (CONTINUED ON to tor. Members 0 f the "" are: Joseph \\ i %  "' Glosser. Mr. Si r land. Alfred j&ff the past two vi^Sl guidance of H.Vhbi i n ?* man, has developed 3 sivc progran,: m ture. education and „ Constuctmn is exnif gin in the spi BEACH JWV'slgj Matters concerning illation and in ami Beach post of the Jn be discussed at the rtejl-.'j ing, Wednesday at 8 ?.{{* 1,0001 Spe* a %  by the The ataPpresen ship a reouea and ci Evei Beach Y. Veterans ifiil post. and serviwna eligible for n.. mbtrshin nnct Buy War Bonds and S'.j RESTAUR'ANf MIAMI'S NEWEST ArfD FINES; I Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious faJ N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH SI Air Conditioned Phone 2-ll!| For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to jl OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher ntrs Restaurant] 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach For Reservations Phone 5-9462 BENJAMIN COLEMAN, MD; DDS Released from the Army announces the opening of his office for the General Practice of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at 337 LINCOLN ROAD Telephone 5-0025 ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Bee: Pastrami Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 n ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnish" Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH %  5498 '*r agmi i %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  i



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Jl 1 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1945 *Jewisfi fioridT/ar PAGE FIVE THE NEWS IN VIEWS THE BRONZE STAR BRIGADE VICTORY FOR AMERICA— These newly decorated new Americans helped win victory in Europe and in the Pacific. Their heroic service won the Bronze Star for each of them. They are just a few of the tens of thousands of new Americans helped by the National Refugee Service who have given a good account of themselves on the field of battle. The National Refugee Service receives its funds from the United Jewish Appeal. Five months after V-E Day, 100,000 Jewish men, women and children who survived in the N. |i .ah camps, are still behind barbed wires awaiting their freedom. above montage illustrates two phases of rehabilitation. In the inset (upper righthand cornel is seen a group of Jewish survivors from Europe, still clad in their death camp raimant with How badge on their backs, stepping on the soil of freedom after landing in the Jewish National Home. To the left are recent immigrants rehabilitated in a pioneer training camp, tending .1 in one of the 42 new colonies established on the land of the Jewish National Fund during the war period. Left to right: Top row—Henry Feldman; T/Sgt. Herman Roth receiving award from Maj. Gen. Lunceford E. Oliver; S/Sgt. Harry Krieger. Second row: Sgt. Louis Heinbach; Sgt. Ludwig Stsin; Pfc. Henry (Hans) Winter; Pfc. Henry Cohn. Third row: M/Sgt. Joseph Klrschbaum; T/5 William L. Baer; M/Sgt. Henry Landauer; S/Sgt. John H. Slade. .".. r TWENTY YEARS OF ACHIEVEMENT IN PALESTINE Freed At Last October, 1945 marks the twentieth anniversary of the United Palestine Appeal, central fund-raising instrument of American Jewry for the upbuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, anil the twentyfifth anniversary of the Keren Hayesod I Palestine Foundation Fund I, fWal instrument of the Jewish Agency which shares with the Jewish National Fund in the proceeds of the U.P.A. During the past two decades, the Jews of America, through their support of the U.P.A., have shared in the creation in Palestine of a strong, self-supporting Jewish community which has made a historic contribution to the rescue and revival of the oppressed Jewof Europe, and which during the war year, served athe bulwark of Allied support in the Middle East. Depicted hen are some of the major activities for which U.P.A. funds have been utilized: immigration labovt, Wll; acquisition and cultivation of land I above, rig/i/l; agricultural and industrial development I center); national defense, security, aid to armed forces < below. Je/ll i education <6e/ou.. rignt). Past achievement,, in Palestine and plans for the future of Europe surviving Jews will be considered at a conference in joint celebration of the UP A. and K.H. anniversaries to be held at Motel Commodore. New York City. October lift —By Courtesy of Hadasssh Branded for life! Two young inmates from thee notorious German death camps, part of the latest contingent of Youth Aliyah children to reach Palestine under the auspices of the Youth Aliyah movement of which Hadassah is the official American representative, displaying their prison numbers, branded into their arms by the Nazis. These lifelong symbols of death, have now become proud certificates to freedom. VETERAN OF TWO WARS NAMED HEAD OF J. W. V. Lt. Col. William Berman of Boston, a former National Commander, has been named Executive Secretary of the Jewish War Veterans, it was announced by rchie H. Greenberg, National Commander. Col. Berman, who has just been discharged from the army, served in Iceland for a year as Executive Officer at the Meeks Field Airport. He served o verseas a^aFirst^ieuJar I



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PAGE SIX *Jtnistfk>ridif)iri • l FRroAY, SEPTEM BER The Jewish Floridian Plant iiiul Main Offices, I'.l S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Kla. P, o. Box 2078 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Clasa Matter July 4, l !:* at the Tost Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act <>f March 3, in"!' FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor I Year, $3.00 Six Months, $3.00 2 Yean, $5.00 VOLUME in NUMBER 40 TISHR1 2H. 5706 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 DICMI "f the mall received "t JewUh Plorldlan in ml office box. A CHALLENGE TO LEADERSHIP Vivully lo she tore this wook cornea a ringing challenge to Greater Mlami'a leadership N<-vi ai clearly has the determination ol individual phases oi communal life indicated theii Intention lo dieregard community planning oi which they have been an integral parl N> as;-: somet .... senses oi the word is MR. BI6G0TT Dr. James c;. Heller asserts Palestine conditions allow for immediate absorption of hundreds of thousands of Jews Close t> 30,000 Palestine Jewish war veterans demoblized ... At least 250 children eight years old and upward will be settled in a children's village Iraq Petroleum company will soon start construction oi 020 mile pipelino from Kirkuk to Haifa Jewish births in Palestine totaled 15,583 in 1944 compared to 10,IHK) in 1939, with death rate in '44 lowest of any Near. Holland, liberated for almost five months has 4.000 Jewish children still in non-Jewish homes ... In Utrecht, comparatively the most fortunate of all Jewish communities in the Netherlands! 40 per cent of the pre-war Jewish population survive. The Bronze Star has been! awarded to Chaplain Camillus I Angel, formerly stationed at Miami Beach Hillel begins its 23rd year with lit' units in North | America, including one at the U. oi Havana, first in a Latin American university Anti-1 Nazi league finds German-American papers hammering away that only a very few \\ icked persons m Germany were responsible for the war. The AAFTC Skymaster and Ft. Pierce Amphib elevens play in the Orange Bowl Sunday in the second Optimist charity game Tickets for the U. ot M. symphony concerts may be purchased at the U.. at Amidon stores. Cordelia's book store or the Miami Beach Radio company after Monday. "I have come to entertain the wounded. Lead me to fa ward for white, native-born, sixth-generation Americans." "TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" iPMidfy, eotvgldmtld .By PHINEAS J. BIRON. Hollywood Spotlight W ...-. %  %  gt ". .-. n ( o ".• m e d H • %  1 that the first American madi ns i get int • • %  at ion in Japan \s ill be prois of th u n ati M lies taken mainh from ai tnj films %  pped in and an mid Manila A an. B tush and thi prisor ... •.-.... b) General M forces Films showing G • %  %  '. List the .**. c-'.. PVVM ..... -> ...... ...' to ..' KS od> a -.a', and % %  .o.-.-.o.o.. loo long has :he o. • WV SO .•• ;tS '• %  a %  ph> S -v.'. needs to :>• met cnarecants are grasping the opportunity ... tote i tuatooa ll p a is .• a M .-.• %  • Beach V at even the pro p osed plan tat one .-.;•• a .-. .• %  center structure (or Miami had reer. -• sd and were on the wcrj the Rabbis -~.:-.>.i theii caa. .• \.s would nc4 have attempted to duplicate these -chvs .-o.. ueeas Had the% done so theu Kulure would hove been assured •.: Jack "... • las started neg tisur. % %  -...-. i Britain's •. %  prer ft R C %  %  D i a pact t bring -"-•••">' %  ?n is • %  %  %  'eea due to i % %  i i the sr :I B th the statesman -.'.' %  %  5 advisers asist : %  %  • •'• %  '• ted t : r s...tV-\ ., c-ppos .• and ack ot support .s .• ixrooa s ----somewhat ot a -•....-..-. s The pro araxus .s\ .-.:.v..:and V are separata %¡ id channel The toots oi* evidenced show v.....-.-.• al seders s ike o detinue stand OB a i ..o or. tho\ were well aware ol The lieiijiiieiiieni o: write otore won s need oa separals oVctoh V oo.o tote noso o .%  dus canonc] cnan> other sunika issues to: SSOO ot ootooo o o. <;'.-;o' M CO ot.ty :.;• Cttbxnt-o os the then loreNxiinj s .o %  fhere ts tto %  .• %  •,= rb .— caaac* Se sabred Ncc is SBO kite to o:*\ o.ot S...0V-SSCU. .= :\t Bcicsna. :-"c Lararvaca We hove .oto>toe a ot ieocefsrus tnev w_. accec reepc %  > o .A,h ^ theirs by rvtue o: iheo a c t i e i t; W do n.x inein|i o p i eoc nb e Ike lewsdy We u:ce shea so Tpptwrh A.is Dfo^ssse wish practtcoJ o. J-T C TMN96iT3 STATELESS TWS %  v ai look Jtmmj •* a one of his I %  • : u u i %  %  5 %  .. .. and a As ti :c EdclM • %  IT'S SERIOUS Jews in certain streets of New East Side live in a virtual Stat( of terror Marauders administer beatings to old and young Jews who happen to be on the streets after dark During the Succoth holidays, a synagogue on Jefferson street was vandalized Dr. Dan W. Is : \> itive director of the New York Mayor s Committee on Unity made an amazing pub. statement Said Dodson. reci nt Brighton Beach beatngs Jewish I ys were not anti-Semitic — just conflicts be' Add Beaver colJenkintown, Pa., to your -t t universities who insist that i Chrisuan colleges who have to give preced•-t..t t students itr own de• ati n A SAD STORY w nl should .'.' of Lu Oslick H it sentei :.t for rh Qeneral C iirt '•' "' I it place in GerLt Osli< K mes ^r m Jew" '. "%  :'" Ha %  • t %  -• I very sens i that 0>ed bj t.. anti~ %  %  i %  ffrcers % % % %  :. get 1 ... We • and are firm" 1 1 i k is innoreat and that t t testur my— -: % %  • gators. :-.rffieers. .s not !( It I %  %  | | | -. ISM Aaaeo t — t AttHea \ Bt •• %  • -;-**:' %  > A.- ; 0'.' :.' %  •>* S PSkSStt, N-MMpCC ;J0^ i s^oJv> .... SB. tSM rw %  ...' wees ... s ,v • %  '.-. -..-%  a \ vs&c %  %  %  : %  • • VA--.-. o .:•*-> • -it.~S —o -;-... tVi twd i i u eek port reassures |\ .. • : % %  ..• V • ..." ... %  wki .-. ^^ -. .~ ." "%  *•< -' *oi %  -"fja: reatntY t^* .".•; UM M • •->'-e *>-• • ;i -JZ* ^eetsW trwasstNsa-=* ---•e T*?'*>w Vaa*>i Ststu Irsse -.. -^ ^ %  %  1 MM! Ill %  ., % %  — _—^ Jletrv -G 1 • • I: sen e -: i .-:' —. sun %  • %  r o*T De:s;-_-e. %  %  J SBSM ssSjas : saseBsesskal -> -i"•' % %  is r..r=. i -is !':J.-J:K I: StV*. \ :ci 3ao ar^i ?c-acEMI J far a sfcer: BBSBsssft Her !>— srr>ec?^iT -Ca%-aj.-ie.' s -oa-sc %  u.5 aa s :i* cae o< taw Pwc pa rt— us o< asl %  — r Son I R: -Seaatic i*he War department 5 grant a renal tc Os sad t-.-,t:r his ;^^ -.; the ••. %  .'. 5tat;-s Court martial i—tory arc jnkss the --% %  'the accused ts established r itaesses Se-:rtarv: atters r pea Use OsABOUT PERSONS -" %  .-..-.•:-:.-.>-e-revarv of %  t; ha a::ies : %  '• SO.-;_5 I ISM DBB3)I T [t Sdt s uui ks .-e definite editorial policy ... He refuses at all timi s t use anyse ti-Jewish and anti-Negro ;okei Isadore Lubin will have to take a long rest tin aiaj to his post in the Labi i departmat Berenice F Rl the beautiful young sine madei sensational di I I ith Ihe Sao Carlos Op< i %  rn weeks ago, is the daughter d Isaac E. Finsl live director of the Philadelphia b-rina of the ZOA %  reminds us tl ^J matic story I Id aboB several members f the faculty of the Universtl He ii : :ght. becausi %  'J number of refugi that institut: D tant work for work that helper Congratulations t JuM Morganstern for I calling a N.-.t. .-. tact* Judaism and A -''•' %  ; racy to be .".-. "' %  '. ; Hebrew Union : allege, ucinnat: Thats >uon 01 the march. MISCELLANY Postsh -.. a Jewii ts in l Overs, is S ntii • %  ; f things Irdn't Edgar Ansel M : svndicat< 1 art estiE %  'r : ; I t tin A :sh at :. B BOOSt the Rooti. : %  .''-'',-* ,..:: %  : .: 7 ;: W.T: -' %  : 'ear oares to speax — %  --..„. Bguage --.-.t% : f Piles: -^ .-"a,M isrovissnaai :-" %  ~^rt '%  -"• :-c-._-e world' SJS :.ie;| %  ; ^ ba rettsag M --. :t-f sext arr*> a hedge %  • •*[ ^ fiee-gssst esstshssakasssst sse tai : %  %  ear ks hacst — h a= !1 ?~***A sajrs at 5 oa tie



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PAGE TWELVE Jen is* ncridton FRIDAY. KEEP THE LIGHT OP JEWISH LEARNING ALIVEf •.~„ %  ...IN TEACHING THIS DEMOCRATIC FAITH TO AMERICAN CHILDREN, WE NEED THE SUSTAINING. BUTTRESSING AID OF THOSE GREAT ETHICAL RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS WHICH ARE THE HERITAGE OF OUR MODERN CIVILIZATION. FOR NOT UPON STRENGTH NOR UPON POWER ALONE, BUT UPON THE SPIRIT OP OOP SHALL OUR DEMOCRACY BE FOUNDED. t \ taiun o. I-. v t n AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION NOTICE! We call attention to our subscribers that effective )uly 15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian were increased to S3.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, two years, S5.00. Renewals of all subscribers will be accepted at the old rate until October 15. New subscribers will pay increased rates. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED il'ml* i I InM.iiiiiKi'tfH'iil uT HiDrill till I lltlltrr* •' Mulf Telephone S8-2979 CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments i --< !,. 1111 Lincoln Road 1 2 Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President CENTER OFFERS YOUTH ACTIVITIES Youth activities for boys and girls nine to 17 years old are being stressed by the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center L Meetings of the various clubs are held on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 P.' M. They include junior and senior song clubs, current events and debating groups. Young Judea, Keren Ami. dramatics group, youth council governing board, and the junior congregation. DANCE SCHOOL BEGINS 4TH YEAR The Hildegarde School of the Dance opened its fourth season yesterday at 150 N. E. Third St. Ballet, tap and acrobatic classes are offered children from three years old and up, Mrs. Hildegarde Breskin, director of the school, announces. Mrs. Buskin, who organized the civic ballet for the city ol Miami Beach six years ago. has been doing volunteer work in .South Florida military establishmentswith her USO unit throughout the war. LEGAL NOTICES STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT. CIRCULA. TION. ETC.. REQUIRED BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912. AND MARCH 3, 1933 i if The .l> i.-li Floi idian, published weekh HI Miami, Florida, for September 21, 194.".. Stall f r HI Ida tlf I i;i'l. ss. Liefiire me, a notary public in and for the State and count} aforesaid, personall> appeared Fred K. Shochet, who. having been duly sworn a rdinn to law, de|Mses and sa> s thiii he i* the Managing Editor of The Jewish Florldan, and thai the following Is. to the hesl of hi* knowledge and belief, i ii ue -i itemenl of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the alsive caption, required by the \. i of Augusl 24, 1912, us amended by the Act of March 3. 1933, eml led In section !i37, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to u ii: i Thai the names and addi i —i of the publisher, managing editor, are: Publisher. Ethel Shochet. P. O. Box '.''IT:'.. Miami. Fla.; Managing Editor, Fred K. Shochet. P. < > Box 2973, Miami, Pis 2. Thai the owner Is: The Jewish Floridian, not Incorporated; Ethel Shoehet, Publisher-Owner, P. O Box 3973, Miami, Pin ; Fred K. Shoehet, Managing Editor, P. O, Box 297J, Mi mil. Fla 3 Thai the known bondholders, mortgagees, and othei security holders nwnlng or holding l per cent or more "f total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities, are: None, FRED K SHOCHET. Managing Editor. Sworn in and HUhsci Ibed before me this 27th da> of September. 1945. (Seal) JCNE IRELAND (M> commission expires May ::. 1948.) NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN thai lb"undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TATt'M'S JEWELRY al 212 N. E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida Intends in register said name with the Clerk ..f the i 'Ircull 'oui i of Dade County, Florida. KATHRYN TATUM Milton A. Friedman Attorney for Applicant 13 5-12-19-241 11 2 Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 JoiiHpm ^Sfc X\TJV a-rti Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1S20 S. W. Sth St. Phone 2-7439 LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CF. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undenalgned, desiring to engage In bualneai under the fietltioiis mime of DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 1101 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends i., register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, norlda HARRY HERMAN Ml'KU1S i-.Ol.I) MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants Id 5-12-19-24 11/2 NOTICE la hereby given thai the underslgifed, desiring to engage l" business under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: tVEINKLES I.H.H nit STORES, 1709-1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida: VVKINKLES LIQUOR STORES, S525 Blscnvne Boulevard, .Miami. Florid i WKINK1.ES LIQUOR STORES. 2211 1'once I >. %  Leon Boulevard, i %  tiables, Florida: Intends to reglstei said names with Clerk ol the i "ircull Court or Dade Florida. CARL VVEINKLE. AARON WE1NKLE, I.I:H \ rii AIKIN Applli ants, MYERS & HEIMAN Attorney* for Applicants in 5-12-19-26 11/2 NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring in engage In undi r l h< fictitious names ai the locations hereinafter mentioned, to-wlt: CARLS MARKET, 8515 Blscayne Roulevai d, Miami. Florida : C \i:l.s MARKET, 1893 B, W. Sth SI eet, Miami. Florida: CARLS M VRKET, "00 Weal 41 ^t Street, Miami Beach, Florida: VVEINKLES, I7"l-I7ii7 Alton ltd.. Miami Beach, Florlds; | Al:l.s R \KBRY. 785 S. \V. Il'lh AVi nil. Miami. Florida: DADE WHOLESALE OROCERY, ll*n \. \v. L': %  -1,1 Street, Miami. Florida: Intends to register said names with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of li.nl, Countv, Florida CARL WRINKLE. AAR< IN WEINKLE. • IVAN C. BOWSER sit. Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicants. m .-,-1-j-r.i-•_ %  '; ii 2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 27308 NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVBN that I. i: riOSS, holder i.f Everglades Drainage District Tax Certificate Numbered 7948, dated the 7th day of July. A. i>.. I94L has filed said Certificate In my office and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law, Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lit .".. nioek 34, Fairlawn. a It-sub.. Plat lionk S. Page S3. in tinCounty of Dade, Btate of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of L. B. Warren. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed win lssue thereon tinSlsl day of October, A Ii. I94S. Dated this 26th day of September, A D.. 1945 E P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By _. N. C. STERRETT, D. C. | Ii • mi Court Seal, 9 28-10 B-12/19-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring in engage In business under the fictitious name •I FLORIDA Bt'SINESS ASSOCIATES HI Calumet Building. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lad,i OUntS Flol ida MCRRAY KA8TOFF 9/28 lO/5-12-^2 I 6 TER TREPTE 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 MIAMI BEACH AGENCY THE HOME OF HAVANA CIGARS 1142 Lincoln Road — Phone 5-2728 Dunhill Service Lighters. $1.00 Kaywoodie Pipes — Fine Tobaccos Complete Line of Havana Cigars Shipped Anywhere I.EUI BIStnVHE RREIM S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING WRESTLING MONDAY NITE FRIDAY NITF. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1 236 OCTOBER S LEGAL NOTICE the undi in huslm ... of BOUTIi] PANY a I Miami, i'i, Raid name cult Court MYERS Attorney 9/28-1" NOTIf^ ls HEREBY m XAT1&?BP Appilctgj mm nu ^J ,, !V,' ,IVT ^ : ^d IN AMi t'nii t\i !,' %  ] A?v, %  : Said Estate De maimi j V ""' %  %  "' %  h Of n, notified a.; claims a, either ..f yon, may hav1i.N eatate ..i .II A .,, :VK \ ] IS, dece in I ate ol rS" Florida, ... 'J*. County Judei ol rjadai&JI le the ,., i i,? a M Florida, wlthli ,;„ aK.^S from ih. ,|. hereof, Bad ins ,,, ^S*< contain ti .iJ 0 ** clalma, I barred, Si ... Probate Ai I %  %  ** I late Si pti %  %  • %  \ ii %  • ,. MAXR SILVER'S AS fjdmli %  %  ,r of the rnl JENNIEV! VE M.VTB3J| MAX I!. SILVER j u'^'V A '"lnhhwcr NOTICE IS HBREBi [he undi i BIKI I, desiring to m of DIXIE SALES at Avenue, M n i :. reslater said n in • ttlth thti tinCircuit C irt %  ( Dull Florida. I<":\:\ j. SHUnJ MMn.N 11 M'lts BOBSON 9/14-21-Ls 10 Notice ihereby given that4 uudeiMlKiud. desiring io emu buaineaa under the I "i BANDY-BEE COMPAST i, i" register said n ime wiih theQ of the I "II • i ourl of Dade Cn Florida. HENRY IH'BBIX DOROTHT DrBBjL ,, ,..,. DANIEL S. DL'BMl MORRIS B. BERICK. Atl BOS Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Plorldl !' 21-28 in 5-12 NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVE(4j the undei -.•• m% In iiiisln.'ss under the riclllloefl of W-Z I.AIMlRATnltlES MB Miami Avenue. Miami Pla rdll reulxter said |l tinCircuit i'.. ,.f Dade .'all Florida. NORMAN WEISH JACK 7.WICK JACK GEYER Rol I RT IIAMBCM MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney f"i Applli. 3/28 10/6-12-19-26 IN THE COCNTY .iriniKS COB IN AND Kid: DAUK A FI^UtlHA. RK: ESTATE 'PLAl RENCE RAY • %  iilirM, I'ECEW Nu NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VM) APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice la li.i. i i given that II flli-d mv final n |) and ;i'.itial Final I ilschnrgi aVdn Ii -' ii the estate >l LAWRENCE CORUM, deeeased, and ilia: mi Soth day of Orl >, 1 w:H MIU to the Hon. W. I'. Blanton, Judite of Dade County, K:r:dil| approval ol Bald I "ll final discharge as Ailniiui.-iramjB the estate of I^AWRENCE U 1 CORL'M, deceased ,. This 21th day of S.-pten-.ber. I RITH 'I MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Admli '.' %  :•< 10/5-12-19 ., and hag ration for tax deed I i be %  .--^ on in accordance with law. s)* l ri tlficatea embraci '•'" r£ ^l %  crlbed propi %  ited %  im m County, Florida, I i wit: „ l^n II. Block Ii • HeiKhts. Dial Book -' P" In th>> City "f Ml • mi' ounlv Dade. Stal. • %  • %  I braced In Certificate N The aaaesament of saw Dade. S'tat braced in Th The assessment 3 under the -aid rertlfl "as In the Hani. H L Unless said Cerl fl % %  • ;•;; wi I redeemed according to %  '*;,,? I will issue then "I 'be J'*' !" yH&tp, R-th'daVofS-*1 B. It. LEATHBRMAN. ^,1 Clerk Circuit CoWtrJ County, I'""" I n> x. c. BTBlbBTT.ftl Circuit Courl Beat. ^ ,_ ,, j.itM RIVERMONT W SANITARIUM^ ^ -Hi' •J>a. 1389 N. W 7th StBest cerefor ehronle Ji'^,,,, leacent •"<< • lder ^' P 0|r ^ts SAN EL BEER. M. D ; J"" Raaaonable /j&ggi %  aaaaiLanae Beautiful 0'"



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I IIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1945 *JewistFhridiian PAGE THREE JRDER STARTS CLOTHING DRIVE A campaign to collect 25.000 Ljnds of clothing, shoes and Seal supplies for European ,d Palestine Jews is being con%  ucti-d this month by Lodge No Bf Jewish Peoples' Fraternal jlRohinsky is chairman of hfbade county drive which is _... ol a national campaign. %  Receiving stations have been bet UP :lt Greater Miami synaCguei and at the following adBrses' 4106 Royal Palm AveC,e Miami Beach; 1643 S. W. fenth Street, 350 S. W. 21 Rd, E30O N E Second venue, Miami. Fontributions may also be aranEc


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IAY. OCTOBER 5, 1945 vJmisti fhrSdiiiair) PAGE ELEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Oi The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ut Keep a Record of Our Men in Service it ic it ting Kurt I Note The following letter fcritten to Milton A. Friedfrom Harry K. Brown. le'brother became a rnemtf B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge iceespondence while staid in the Pacific.) ^"always felt that whenI wrote to you it gave me ling of knowing that I beto a great organization and ,ng that the men behave always strived to greater. This letter I am "to you, well, I never to ever have to, but I that I must, brother, Sgt. Herb Brown, s with the 77th Division mber of B'nai B'rith, n Lodge No. 1024, Serial 96 account No. 1644, was oil Cebu Island, Philipjuly 17, 1945. War Department informed thai his death was the result a fsnshot wound. Milton, the of it all is that my brother through four invasion camB, Guam, Leyte, Ormoc and v.a: he came through these j;ns OK, and was sent to amp (Cebu) for the durathe war. I suppose that ; few weeks they would nt him back to the States, ?re on this island, he was I have no other inforexcept what I am writOn furlough from the special engineers' detachment of the atomic research, Los Alamo. New Mexico, Staff Sgt. Harold L. Fishbine is spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishbine, 1004 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Sgt. Fishbine has worked on the secret atomic project for the past two and one-half years. He leads the Army band at Santa Fe and recently played at the fiesta which was attended by service personnel from the ranks of the GIs to three-star generals. Before entering the army almost three years ago, he was in the citrus business. Lt. Irma S. Silverstein arrived yesterday from Moore General hospital, Swannanoa, N. C, to spend a 21-day sick leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, 1568 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Before joining the Army nurse corps, Lt. Silverstein attended the University of Miami and Florida State College for Women, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon. She took her nurse's training at Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore. I r Dip:.: gtii'ii PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. V Job Too Large or Too Small Estimates Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2Z16 N. W. Miami Court Aerologist's mate, third class, is the new rank of Miss Harriet Goltesman, who has been promoted from WAVE seaman, first class, at Pensacola Naval Air station. Formerly a student at the University of Miami, Miss Gittesman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman, 1037 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Discharged from the Army Sept. 23, former Pfc. Morris Lex" kowitz is now at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lefkowitz, 1228 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach. Lefkowitz spent 27 of his 31 months in the infantry overseas in Germany and other parts of Europe. He was awarded the Presidential citation with cluster. observers behind Japanese lines in Asia, the Navy department revealed recently. The group, known as SACO (Sino-American Co-operative Organization) began shortly after Pearl Harbor as strictly a weather reporting unit. However, the project grew until it was giving the Fleet, the Army's 14th Air Force and Chinese and American Army headquarters, data on weather and movement of Jap ships, troops and supplies. It finally became a dangerous fighting unit, killing Japs, blowing up trains and raiding Jap outposts from Indochina to the Gobi Desert. SACO Americans became adept at Chinese disguises, and slipped through enemy lines when they chose, with the help of SACO Chinese. Through the months and years, not one SACO member was detected. ing to you now. That is all "the War Department sent us. He wrote me and told me that he enjoyed all the letters and material received from B'nai B'rith. He was a fine man and I know that he was proud in belonging to our organization. I hope that his death was not in vain. Hoping that you and yours are in the best of health and taking this opportunity in thanking you for all your cooperation. HARRY K. BROWN. Sincerely, 3418 Avenue J. Brooklyn. N. Y. RADIO SERVICE—FREE ESTIMATES C -6 N T E R DOWNTOWN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 105 N. E. 2nd SI. 1405 Wash. Avt. Ph. 3-3619 • • Ph. 5-7173 i Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET tefl by David and Florence Schiller Formerly at Howard Plaster Street Store • Serving full course Meal at Moderate Prices Herbert's Bupreme Ice Cream made on premises. All Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb of Miami Beach iiiiimiHiniHii.il immiiiwiii ITOUBY f PAINTING ICQ IHIM % % % mm 35000 | LKiMSEbAHOlHSmoCoHTRkCTOM | 669 N.W.d^ SttmmL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IUMII.IlH1BIIIllilllIIIMIIIIBIII" A veteran of both the European and the Pacific campaigns, Pfc. Morion Hacker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker, 410 N. W. 18 ave., has been discharged from the Army after four and a half years service. Hacker was with the infantry in England, France, Belgium, Germany and Hawaii. Recently promoted to full lieutenancy, Leonard Coleman, USNR, heads 11 Miamians aboard the famed aircraft carrier, Shangri-La. A gunnery officer and division officer of the navigation department, he has been aboard the Shangri-La since it was commissioned in September, 1944. His wife, Edythe, and daughter, Mildred Ruth, live at 1726 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Maj. Albert S. Dubbin, former Miami attorney, will resume his law practice after more than three years with the AAF following his discharge from the service at Drew Field, Tampa. Maj. Dubbin has been provost marshal of the First Troop Carrier Command at Indianapolis since May, 1944. His wife and their four children live at 2651 S. Miami Avenue. WOUNDED IN ACTION Pfc. Mortin Frank, 5400 LaGorce dr., Miami Beach, was a recent visitor at the rest center of the XV corps in Nancy, France, on a six-day yacation. Pfc. Frank is stationed in Bamberg, Germany. T/Sgt. Earl S. Mizell. personnel sergeant major, has been released from service with the USAAF at the Drew Field separation station. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Mizell, 1526 Normandy Drive, Segt/ Mizell was a cashier with the City of Miami Beach before entering the service in January, 1943. Aboard the USS Intrepid in the Pacific is Bert Burger, fireman 1/c USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burger, 2130 S. W. 23 ter. Cpl. Julius Mendelson, 2239 S W 21 st.. and Master Sgt. Harry J. Farbman, 304 Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, were recently discharged from the Army at Fort Lewis. Wash. The Air Medal has been posthumously awarded to Li. Bernard Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bernstein, now ot New York city. Co-pilot of a B-17 fortress, Lt. Goldstein vvas reported missing in action on his 20th mission and later reported killed over Seitz, Germany His family were residents of Miami Beach from September, 1943, to August, 1945. Ens. Robert H. Traurig. of 2131 S W 15 St., is one of a Navy group that acted as guerrillas, intelligence agents and weather HOTELS Apartments—Homes Restaurants USE OUR COMPLETE SERVICE MAINTENANCE— REPAIR Painting—Plastering Plumbing—Carpentry Electrical—Masonry Refrigerators—Appliances Air Conditioning Southland Refrigeration & Maintenance Co.. Inc. General Contractors 6 N. E. 38th St. Miami 7-9792 Sgt. Louis I. Cohen, 26, Paratroper, of Fairhaven, Mass. In Germany. Received the Silver Star and Bronze Star. Cpl. Hyman Forman, 24, Army, of Dorchester, Mass. In Germany. Sgt. Morris Garber. Army Air Force, of Maiden, Mass. In CBI Theatre. Holds the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross. Pfc. Sam Ghelber. 29, Infantry, of Denver, Colo. On Luzon. Bronze Star. Pvt. Harvey N. Hamburger, 21, Engineers, of Detroit, Mich. In New Guinea. 'T TILL WE RETURN Ed. Note: Staff Sgt. Gay Lubar, who enlisted in 1940, served, with the National Guard in Washington, D. C, giving basic and M. P. training. In 1943 he was sent to the South Pacific with the 27th Special Services company. He has been on practically every island in the South Pacific area. His brother, a seaman 2/c, is at a supply base in Guam. The following letter was sent to their mother, Mrs. A. Lubar, 121 Collins ave., Miami Beach.) Sept 1L 1945 Dear Mom: Just got your letter dated August 29. Am in the city of Baugo on the Island of Luzon. There is only one road that is open to the city. This road winds up the mountain for 36 miles. It is all dirt. Most days there is a landslide somewhere on it. As you come up the road, you see the dugouts that the Japs made at every bend and turn. We came here right behind the 33rd division, three days after the Japs were driven out. We moved into the city, and it stinks. For about 30 days after we moved into it, the big Jap guns were firing over our tents from the next mountain about eight miles away. For a long time we could not go down the mountain road at night. The Japs were always firing at anyone that passed on that road. They also blew up some of the bridges. For a long time nothing could go up or down on that mountain pass. It has only been the last 30 days that we have had full use of that road. Am getting ready to move again, but I am sure it's not for home. But on the other hand, it should not be over three months before I return to the U.S.A. '' As for the war being over, it does not seem any different to us. It won't be over for any of us till we are home again. Things are still torn up. As for buying anything, prices are sky high and things are not very good. Food is still hard to get. What little there is, people can't afford to buy. Enclosed is some of the money the Japs put in circulation on the island. With love, GAY. IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIE FEDERAL 4 5 NOR OP MIAMI THEAST FIRST AVINUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. # Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. 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OCTOBER 5, 1945 *Jewisti Meridian %  HHWW'W" %l v PAGE NINE at! [_ ship vl I m ice_ ITERTAINS VETERAN dian feature of the Freda 3. Post 174, Jewish War Motorcade Sunday will Irescntation of a gift to ith veteran entertained .St. •sentation will be made at the Town Y in the of the entire memberie post who have been to war their uniforms for photos, second Sunday the post is from 60 to 100 conts with a trip to the Inlage followed by dancrefreshments at the Y in jon with the Miami Serveuo. regular meeting of the ll he held Monday at 8:15 in the Beth David audikSSAH TO INSTALL OFFICERS h CALEHVAR OF EVENTS Sunday. October 7, 1945: Beta Jacob Religious School Induction Isxerclses s i>. m. Monday, October 8, 1945: si-. HBdasaah insinuation Luncheon Meeting, Roney-Plata i p. m. .Miami Service League—Town "Y" 8:15 p. in. Tuesday, October 9, 1945: B'nal R'rith Women's AuxiliaryBeach "Y". 1:15 p. in. National Home for Jewish Chlldren Bingo Party, s n, m. Jewish Social Service Bureau, 8 p. in. Wednesday, October 10, 1945: National Children's Cardiac Home Board Meeting, 10:80 a. m. Regulai Meeting, 1 ::i" p. in. Miami Beach Post No. 880—J.W.V. Regular Meeting, 8 p, in. Beach "Y. Thursday, October 11. 1945: Greater Miami Zionist District Regular Meeting Beth David Auditorium, IKI GETS COUNTY POST Appointment of Wallace N. Maer as assistant county solicitor to replace Louis J. Hamel Dec. 1 was announced this week by Robert R. Taylor, county solicitor. Maer, 27 years old, majored in chemistry at the University of Maryland and received his arts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Director Face Facts 9% Miami's War Record first activity of the sea£ Miami chapter of Hadasplanned an installation i at the Roney Plaza ho12:30 P. M. Monday. I. D. Shapiro, president southeastern region, will be Ipeake. Mrs. Irving Lehrfi-ogram chairman, will be |sti ess. Mowing officers will be by Mrs. Harold Spaet: Lbraham Goodman, presiHrs. N. Douglas Raff. Mrs. Ratner, Mrs. Samuel Sarice-presidents; Mrs. BarLinkle, treasurer; Mrs. Saul laum, associate treasurer; tarry Platoff, financial secj Mrs. Joseph Lipton, corfriing secretary; Mrs. Mor.1, social secretary. )IAC HOME >ISCUSS DANCE JR. HADASSAH FETES OFFICERS Officers of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah will be installed at 3 P. M. Sunday afternoon at tlie Tides hotel at the group's initial membership tea. Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, j who was instrumental in organizing the unit last year, will be installed as president. Other of] ficers are the Misses Gene : Bushell. first vice-president; Hilj da Schwartz, second vice-presi! dent; Toby Cooper, treasurer; j Harriet Hart, corresponding secretary; Hattie Gorden, recording j secretary, and Doris Albin, finan1 cial secretary. Miss Malvina Weiss will be i guest speaker. Mrs. L Van Sfiat| ton has offered a prize to the largest number of new members. In charge of the tea are Miss Bushell and Beverly Raefield, table decorations; Ellen Ravitz, program; Ida Singer, hospitality, and Doris Albin, publicity. lowing a board meeting of lie chapter, National ChilCardiac Home, at 10:30 esday at the Beach Y, the business meeting of the searill be held at 1:30 P. M., G. Lachs, president, antes. liness to be discussed will the souvenir journal and dance to be held at the ba, Nov. 27 and the enterleu' afternoon planned for Recently published reports of military statistics have brought out what Jewish mothers and fathers have long known—that they have every reason to be proud of the role played by their sons and daughters in defeating the Nazi-Fascist hordes. From surveys made in cities throughout the country it has been established that the number of Jewish youths who have been and still are serving their country has far exceeded comparative population ratios. In Greater Miami, more than 9 per cent of the Jewish population is in the service of their country, although Jews represent but b' per cent of the general population, reports Nat Roth, chairman of the War Records committee of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the NJWB. This picture is typical of Jewish patriotic participation throughout the country. It is no wonder that we no longer hear anti-Semites repeating canards about the role of Jews in the war. The heroic achievements of Meyer Levin, Gen. Maurice Rose, Barney Ross, Dr. Lisa Meitner, or our own Sgt. Marvin Roth, Lieut. Robert Richter and the graves of thousands of Jewish heroes who died for their country cannot be desecrated even by professional anti-Semites. Individually, there is a story of patriotism to be found jn every Jewish family. Let's take the Rubin family of Miami. All four children of Isidor and Anna Rubin have proudly served their j country in varied uniforms. Harj old, the oldest, is a captain in the field artillery who saw front line j duty in France and Germany. Ruth, a lieutenant (jg) in the I Waves, was one of the first girls in Florida to enlist. Army Air Force Pilot Irving Rubin, a first lieutenant, was with the 15th Air Force in Italy. Jack, the youngest member of the family, was captured during the bulge battle in Germany and was a prisoner of war for six months. Recently Ruth married and her choice—you guessed it—was a member of our armed forces. Hats off to the Rubin family! AJC WOMEN TO HOLD BRUNCH OES CELEBRATES 18TH BIRTHDAY Charter members will be honored at the 18th birthday celebration of Emunah chapter No. 175, Order of Eastern Star, 8 P. M. Thursday at the Scottish Rite Temple. Mrs. Claudia Christian, grand marshall of the General Grand Chapter, will be guest speaker at the meeting. Mrs. Bertha Halpern, worthy matron and a charter member, will preside. Remember, soldier, the only secret is the one never told! Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative FOR THE BEST IN >AIRY PRODUCTS I WEST PALM BEACH LK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tb 4WC. Nationally Famous Southern Dairie* Pro Ml CKIAM ducts and Ice Cream. WMHC • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach 1 job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. AsA^kMNAAat^afeaAai -AINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla degree from the University of Florida in 1937. While at Gainesville, he was awarded a book prize by the German government for his excellence in scientific German studies. In 1938, Maer entered the University of Miami Law School where he was president in his senior year. After receiving his LL.B degree in 1941, he was admitted to the Florida bar and later qualified for practice in the federal courts. A member of the firm of DeCostas and Maer, he will retain his connection with the firm. Maer is a corporal with the Florida State Guard, instructing in chemical w a r f a r e. sergeat-atarms of the U. of M. law school alumni association, and a special police officer of the City of Miami. He is a member of the Miami River Men's club where he is chairman of the committee on municipal corporations. Mr. and Mrs. Maer and their daughter, Susan, live in the southwest section. Hamel, his preecessor, was assistant county solicitor for ten years. He resigned because of insufficient pay. His resignation becomes effective Dec. 1 but he will leave Nov. 1 for a vacation in Texas. Hamel will resume his private law practice in Miami. Mrs. Rachel Vixman, executive vice-president of the American Jewish Congress, will be honor guest at the installation branch to be given by the Greater Miami chapter, Women's division of the Congress Oct. 15 at 11:30 A. M. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will conduct the installation ceremonies. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, president, has appointed Mrs. Philip Salmon and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind co-chairmen of the affair. The following women will act as hostesses: Mesdames Herbert A b r a m s. Joseph Arkin, Charles Brown, Archie Brick, Clarence Cohn, Sam Comander, Theodore Firestone, Louis Glasser, Clara Goldenberg, William Goodman, Rube Greenbaum, Sol Herman, Al Jacoby, Reba Kohn, Jerome Kimball, Arthur Klein, Sol H. Leslie Isador Langner, Max M e l s e 1, Harry Miller, Martha Maurer, Lee Meyers, L. Mitchell, Lewis Peckerman, Randolph Shevach, Ai Silberlicht, Benjamin Sherry, Arthur Triester, Robert Weiss. Rosie Weiss, Ernie Wolfe. 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>AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1945 fJewistincridHar? PAGE SEVEN •WLYWEDS CHICAGO TO LIVE apt Fred p RoDDins and his fide, Miss Sharon Z. Apple, wi 11 i VP in Chicago after their wedEnu Sunday and a 10-day honeyin Havana. Hss Apple,daughter of Mr. d MrsT Henry C. Apple. 2035 \V 21st st., and the captain, in has just been discharged Army, will be married bo-ii the tt %  "' PlOtl'l. POLICE FEAR E E Jerusalem (JTA>—Measures to prevent disturbances in Palestine Sunday in the Pan I were mapped here at a special n room of the Blackstone A reception will follow ceremony at which Chaplain Saul Kraft will officiate. bride has chosen her two %  rs-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Apoie and Mrs. Marvin Apple, as hematron of honor and bridesSiatron The groom's father, Hy" .,'.,.. Robbins, will be best man. i and Mrs. Robbins have come • —*„ fUnix t-t\9\*& urorl. Ifroni Chicago for their son's wed| rfl ..r Miss Apple's brothers,, %  M-r in and Lloyd, will be ushers, time restrictions which I* 1. ..,_ _. A..A *u~ TT„; valid for the war period c conference of all district police superintendents under the chairmanship of Inspector General Rymer-Jones, head of the Palestine police force. The district police superintendents were summoned to Jerusalem following the publication last week in the Official Gazette of forty new security regulations aimed at maintaining peace in the country. These regulations include most of the special war// Let My People Go By HARRY H. SCHLACHT Reprinted from the San Francisco Examiner Miss Apple attended the UniK • %  of Miami after her grad. from Miami Senior high School. Capt. Robbins served 19 ',. is as flight surgeon in the period only. The Jewish National Council of Palestine and the Zionist Actions Committee issued a joint proclamation appealing to the British people and the entire ci" anea n a ^ Hf2?E N-m" vilized world "to prevent a caMtly was stationed at the Nau-, ]ami ., and to thc doors o{ SSL offte UniveS PalesU „f i.,r.al Medical" school in Chihi re he was a member of phi Lambda Kappa. He will open a rivate practice in Chicago. DEBBS TO REVIEW "TIME BOMB" 'Time Bomb." E. A. Piller's non-)Ktion book, will be reviewnd discussed at the next meeting of the Debb's chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women. Tuesdav evening at the Miami Y. Refreshments will be served and plans for a Hallowe'en dance will be made. JAPAN PROMISES TO COOPERATE Tokyo (WNS)—Japan is prepared to cooperate with all the peoples of the world, including Jews, it was announced here over the Tokyo radio this week. The announcer attributed the remarkable statement to the Japanese Prime Minister who, it said, declared at a press conference that Japanese prosperity depended on full cooperation with the rest of the world and that the Japanese people will "cooperate with the United States, England, China and other nations, as well as with the Jewish race." tion of surviving Jews from Europe. "Immigrants will stream to Palestine by all means." the manifesto warned, emphasizing that the Jews in this country will never submit to decrees which will prevent Jews from entering Palestine. The airborne division of the In an open letter to Prime Mnm t H AU i 1 H W paring in the Miami Herald and 49 other leadmg newspapers throughout the country, the American Zionist Emergency Council warned the British Government that the Zionists are at 'the very end of our patience." and that "no palliative solutions will be accepted ny American Jewry or bv what is left of European Jewry." Signed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, the letter declares that the entire Christian world bears the responsibility for allowing Hitler to massacre hundreds of thousands of Jews, and Britain particularly because of its refusal to allow Jews fleeing Europe to enter Palestine. The letter recalls the Labor Party's pro-Zionist stand before its election and demands that it fulfill its pledges. Twenty-two thousand people crowded into Madison Square Garden last Sunday night voiced their demand for a Jewish state and unrestricted immigration, as a crowd estimated by police at over 45,000 milled around outside listening to the proceedings The world Zionist conference is in session in London. It marks a historic TURNINGPOINT in the life of world Jewry. It seeks recognition from the Big Three for a national home in Palestine. It urges outright abrogation of the 1939 White Paper, which restricts Jewish immigration into the Holy Land. It pleads for permission from England to allow 1,000,000 Jews from devastated areas of Europe to ESTABLISH A PEACEFUL HAVEN. It demands action NOW to rescue these unfortunate victims from the MESHES OF WAR. The liberation of the Jews would be the fulfillment of the millennial hope. British Eighth Army arrived in : through loudspeakers. The GarPalestine as the vanguard of den filled up so fast that the Fire TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace heavy troop reinforcements the British Government is planning to send into Palestine to prevent possible disturbances there. Their arrival coincided with the return to Jerusalem from London, of Lord Gort. Palestine High Commissioner, who has been absent several months. Meanwhile, new regulations aimed at the maintenance of peace and public security in Palestine are published in the Official Gazette, conferring more power upon the local authorities. RIOT DANGER SEEN IN POLAND London (WNS) — Unless the Warsaw Government embarks upon a more active policy of curbing anti-Semitic outbreaks and violence in Poland there is danger that the recently reported anti-Jewish riots may assume an even more dangerous character. This view was expressed here by Polish-Jewish circles on the basis of reliable information reaching them from private sources in Poland. In the meantime it was reported here from Moscow that three Jewish delegations, representing the Central Committee of Jews in Poland, had called upon memI bers of the Polish Cabinet for more drastic action against the pogrom perpetrators and for additional protection of Jewish life and property. T0VS Wholesalers Department Stores Retail Stores We Cordially Invite You To Visit Our Showroom I. J. LANN 107 N. E. lst Ave. Suite 228 Phone 2-4223 SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 CONSTRUCTION-REPAIRS APPLIANCES — SERVICE ELECTRICAL Unity! Electrical Co., Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iV-^VVW^N** MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Department ordered the doors closed a half-hour before the meeting was scheduled to begin. The huge assemblage addressed a telegram to President Truman expressing deep appreciation for the "recent acts in behalf of the suffering Jewish survivors in Europe," and asking his unreserved support "for the immediate opening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration and the announcement of an immediate decision to establish Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth." The demonstration also sent a cable to Prime Minister Attlee emphasizing that, as in the past, Jews prefer to be friends of Britain. "We do not want our youth in Palestine to come to regard you as their enemies." the cable stated. "Unless you act quickly and justly, irreparable damage will be done to Britain's name and prestige in the world. In this, we speak the mind of vast numbers of Americans of all faiths and all waks of life." The two most influential newspapers in Britain — the London Times and the Manchester Guardian—suggest that the only feasible solution of the Palestine problem is to partition the country into Jewish and Arab states. President Truman has received no communication from Prime Minister Attlee on the Palestine question. White House press secretary Charles Ross reiterated this week in response to questions from correspondents. However, reliable sources told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that Secretary of State James F. Byrnes was bringing home a reply. The British press is almost unanimous in declaring that President Truman's appeal to Prime Minister Attlee for the immediate admission into Palestine of 100.000 Jews has complicated matters for the British Government and made its task in Palestine more difficult. SECRETARY BYRNES STATES U. S. LEADS WORLD Secretarv of State James F. Byrnes: "The United States is today a bastion of democracy and private enterprise. In many countries throughout the world, our political and economic creed is in conflict with ideologies which reject both of these principles. To the extent that we are able to manage our domestic affairs successfully, we shall win converts to our creed in every land. If we are successful in realizing the enormous productive potential of our system, we shall have a standard of living which will be the marvel of the world. A strong, stable and prosperous America will give courage and hope to all friends of democracy abroad. The example we set will certainly affect, and may even determine, the direction of the world's political and economic development." For centuries the Jews have thrived in their sacred abode. Contributing during that time the best in almost every constructive endeavor for the world's enrichment. Among others their most precious gift to the world is the Holy Bible. They have fostered and matured spiritual and ethical concepts and ideals for mankind to accept. They have been a brave race, lacking neither in military prowess nor in individual fortitude. To this cardinal truth the Old Testament bears ample testimony. The songs of Deborah are replete with martial music and the Battle of Gideon is the BATTLE OF HEROES. The fearlessness of Saul, Jonathan and David attest to the gallantry of the ancient sons of Israel. Neither the destruction of the first temple nor the exile of the Israelites into Babylon could wither their beliefs, their teachings, their traditions. By the placid rivers of Babylon, they sat and wept as they pined longingly for the days of Zion; and during their banishment they vowed: "If I forget thee. O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget her cunning." Notwithstanding centures of oppression, the Jews have NEVER ABANDONED their revered homeland. From the days of the Roman ascendancy up to the present day, they have fought every intrusion and clung steadfast to theft ancient country. Never have they relinquished the hope of rehabilitating their national land. Neither have they severed their living bond with the sacred past. Their festivals are laden with memories of their Biblical forebears. Their sublime faith in ALMIGHTY GOD and in COMMON HUMANITY have lifted and sustained their spirit through the bleak epochs. It echoes through the pages of their prayer books. IT IS PART of THEIR CREED. The Balfour Declaration issued by the British government on November 2, 1917, was conceived and designed to OPEN THE GATES of Palestine to the Jews. It was justly hailed as an act of historic reparation for the long succession of wrongs committed against them. IT WAS THEIR NEW CHARTER OF FREEDOM. • • The tragic plight of this longsuffering race which has survived every conceivable torture makes mandatory the RESTORATION AND FULFILLMENT of the Balfour Declaration. It was indorsed by 51 nations. It was approved by the United Slates Government in 1922. A commission of United States Senators was sent to Palestine in 1936 to observe the work of the Jewish pioneers. A VERITABLE MIRACLE OF CIVILIZATION WAS UNFOLDED BEFORE THEIR EYES. The population has increased from 55,000 to 600,000. Almost 30 colonies had been established. About 2,000 factories and 4,000 small workshops had been opened. Barren hills and valleys had been reforested and numerous marshes drained. The members of this fact-finding body found that the waters of the Jordan had been harnessed for electric power and the Dead Sea had been made to yield its chemical resources. A splendid educational system was founded and developed, crowned by the establishment of the Hebrew University on Mt. Scopus. They perceived to their utter amazement that the Jews had overcome every physical barrier and TURNED THEIR HOMELAND INTO ONE OF THE GREATEST COLONIZATION SETTLEMENTS IN THE WORLD. Bernard M. Baruch, financier and philanthropist, and adviser to Presidents for a generation: "The American people can do anything if you will tell them why, but you must tell them why. But they are never subordinate to the state, as in some other lands. The state does not control them; it comes to their assistance when they need it." Dr. Chaim Weizmann told his fellow Zionists that Palestine is the sole hope for the millions of Jews in Europe and that to deny their admission now would aggravate their misery. The restoration of the Balfour guarantee is no longer a British policy. Neither is it any longer an American policy, nor a United Nations policy. IT IS TODAY A COMMON HUMANITARIAN POLICY. The world has not right to toy with the fate of a people like a pawn. It should provide a sanctuary in the Holy Lond for every Jew who could be brought to its shores. The Jews are a people without a country; children without a home; God fearing men and women of the 20th century, with no place to call their own. The Jews are forced to wander over the face of the earth, barred from their ancient land, and driven like herds from pillar to post. The White Paper merits universal condemnation. Legally and morally, it is indefensible. Let us cast it to the winds. Let us destroy the last link with appeasement. Let the Big Three liquidate this grave question. Let President Truman take the leadership and DEMONSTRATE TO THE WORLD that thc heart of America is as kindly and humane as her sword is mighty and invincible. In the words of Dr. Weizman, let the Jews enter Palestine as "one of the fruits of victory." Let the conscience of the world be stirred "as Moses appealed to Pharaoh 4,000 years ago to let my people go." UNCLAIMED PROPERTY TO REVERT TO JEWS Athens (WNS)—All unclaimed property left by murdered Jews in Greece is to revert to a special fund for the relief of the Greek Jewish community, it was disclosed here this week. While no administrative details have yet been announced, the decision is a clear deviation from the former ruling, under which all property on which there was no claimant was to revert to the state. il t%  %  '?•



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te&lhJEIIiDipidliiaun *+* '/V^^THE JEWISH UNlTy (frm THE JEWI SH WEEKL fyoUJME 18—NUMBER 40 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 5. 1045 PRICE TEN CENTS Capital Funds Drive Awaits Federation Report 121 HOUSES FOR J Acting in accordance with Iharp directives from President [ruman '" improve the plight of Bic displaced persons in Germany, especially tens of thousands of Jews, Gen. Dwight D. Bsenhower ordered that lodgings for victims of the Nazis, partcularhJews, are to be requisitioned without hesitation, it is hportcd here from Frankfurt. I Gen. Eisenhower's order instructed military and civil officials lo see to it that there is sufficient food and other necessities brovided for the 100,000 Jews rtered in camps, so that they i be pre pared for the winter. (A dispatch from Frankfurt kuoted official army circles as fating that White House charges fcf appalling conditions in displaced persons camps in the U. zone were based on old information. One spokesman for Gen. Eisenhower's headquarters aid that they felt they had [nothing to apologize for" rePresident Truman has as yet I received no reply from Gen. I Eisenhower to the charges contained in Earl G. Harrison's report on the treatment of displaced" Jews in the camps in %  American-held territory in %  Germany, the Jewish Telegraphic gencv was told this week. Gen. Eisenhower's report will Ibe made public when it is reIceived, the White House said. %  Informed sources indicated Ithat international complications I were responsible for the months delay in the publication of the Harrison report. larding the present conditions in Ihe camps for displaced Jews. He pclarcd the Jews were now re:np a daily diet of 2,500 cal8, twice that given German civilians, and that the camps in Fr.ich they are quartered are relatively uncrowded.) The President's letter, which •'as sent to Gen. Eisenhower together with a copy of a report by Jin G. Harrison, U. S. represenlaetive on the Intergovernmental gommittei for Refugees, drew lie General's particular attention %  oasecti i nof the report in which "Harrison declares that "as maters now stand, we appear to be 'eating the Jews as the Nazis eated them, except that we do pot exterminate them." j&iticizing the failure of the pmtary to carry out the decisions on treatment of displaced %  arsons reached at Potsdam. Mr. Tman called for removal of the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) fBGSON TO REAPPLY 3 U. S. VISA l5„l SH, ^TON (JTA) Peter Emw?! eha rman of the Hebrew tommit eo of National Liberals ?'I was ordered by the fcav ,'L ',", nii '-ation Appeals to Kibe i Un l tcd States bv No lalestTn,\. r face deportation to le in 1 i dL cl ared this week that IndI S?' s t0 Proceed to London, IV vS ere re-aPP'y for a k-'o' B er K s n entered this counl-hir-h f^-rnonths visitor's visa V Anri f .L ater extended, but ised ni f th,s ve ar he was rertmem n i" sslon V the State Deh status 0 rmain n a perma Viewing the press announcement of the plan for the new halfmillion dollar Miami Beach Jewish'Center building are Samuel N. Friedland, president of the congregation and chairman of the fund-raising campaign; Harry Sirkin treasurer and chairman of the steering committee; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual head of the center. BEACH 10 BUILD Plans for a new civic center costing half a million dollars to I* erected on a site at Washington Avenue and 17th Street, were made by the Miami Beach Jewish Center last week-end. Meeting at the home of Harry Sirkin, leaders in the project emphasized that the expanded center would fulfill the synagogue's historic significance as a house of prayer, house of study and house of assembly. The new center will contain an auditorium seating 1,500 persons, a social hall seating 1,000, chapel seating 300, a library, classrooms for 750 children, gymnasium and several clubrooms, garden court and patio. General chairman of the project is Harry Sirkin, Miami Beach hotel owner and builder who is a board member and treasurer of the present center. Chairman of the fund-raising campaign due to open shortly is Samuel N. Friedland, president of the congregation for the past three years, owner of the Florida Wholesale Grocery company and the Shelbourne hotel. Other chairmen appointed to date include Alfred Stone, chairman of the committee on architecture, and Nat H. Hankoff, chairman of public relations. Further committees are in process of formation. A follow-up session at the Blackstone hotel of the architectural committee mapped plans for the design of the new cenFLORIDIAN ADDS TO STAFF, EQUIPMENT Miss Rita Grossman has joined the staff of the Jewish Floridian as news editor. Fred K. Shochet, editor and publisher, has announced. The affiliation of Miss Grossman is the first step in a program of expansion which the Floridian is undertaking this year. When wartime newsprint restrictions are lifted the size of the Floridian will be increased and typographical improvements will be made, Mr. Shochet said. Delivery of an additional linotype machine is expected momentarily. Miss Grossman recently received a master of science degree in journalism from the Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism in Evanston. 111. She was editor of the weekly Hurricane at the University of Miami, from which she received a bachelor of arts degree cum laude last October. (CONTINUED ON PACE •) PROSPECTS GOOD FOR FUND-RAISING NEW YORK (JTA)—An optimistic outlook for fall fund-raising is held by campaign leaders of philanthropic agencies through out the country, according to analyses and opinions submitted by them to the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Cutbacks are temporary factors which may reduce contributions from employees, but other classes of givers are expected to take up the slack. The immediate general outlook is favorable and a continued optimism is warranted. TO ADDRESS Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of Hillel Foundations, will address the entire membership of B'nai B'rith at 8 P. M. Thursday at the Miami Beach Senior high school, 1420 Drexel venue. Dr. Sachar will speak here Expansion Programs Delay Building Campaign Postponement of the capital funds drive scheduled to start next week was decided upon by the United Jewish Building Fund Campaign at a special meeting Wednesday evening. This action followed a series of emergency conferences. Following a lengthy discussion by members of the committee, it was decided to postpone the United Jewish Building Fund Campaign pending a report from the Federation's Committee on Community Needs on a meeting with the synagogues planning building programs. Weeks of preparation before 0 the drive preceded the postponement. Despite the delay the workers' rally scheduled for Tuesday night at the Roncy, will be held. Dr. Abram L. Sachar will be the principal speaker at the dinner. No funds will be solicited at this occasion, Harry Zukernick, U.J.B.F.C. chairman, announced. The affair is by invitation only. The primary reason for the delay as revealed by the action taken Wednesday was attributed to the campaigns announced by local synagogues. Beth Sholom Center several weeks ago announced a huge building program at 41st Street. Miami Beach. Last Friday, plans for an immediate campaign by the Miami Beach Jewish Center were made public. The Center plans a drive for $500,000 to erect a synagogue and center facilities on property located at Washington avenue and 17thstreet.Beth Jaeob Congregation, while making no official announcement, is understood to be making plans to enlarge its physical facilities. Beth David Congregation, at a meeting Wednesday, moved to purchase property adjacent to its present structure on N. W. Third avenue at Second street. The new site is located on N. W. Second street, the purchase price is reported to be S10.000. Multiplicity of drives seeking substantial sums from Greater Miami residents concurrently created the question of whether all the campaigns would be successful at this time in raising their quotas. Organizations affected by the postponement are the Miami and Miami Beach "Y's", the Bureau of Jewish Education and the University of Miami Hilled Foundation. These four agencies contracted to join in a single effort to secure capital funds needed for physical facilities. The Miami Beach "Y" has been notified that the grounds on which it is located will have to be returned to its owners by November. The organization, at a board meeting Tuesday, will make formal request to Beth Sholom for the use of its facilities to carry on its activities. It is understood that Beth Sholom has agreed to make these facilities available. RELIEF SUPPLIES EN ROUTE TO CAIRO Melbourne—A huge consignment of relief supplies, including blankets, shoes, food and assorted clothing is en route to Cairo, from where it will be Shipped to and distributed by J.D.C. among the needy Jewish population in the Balkans. Part of the shipment may also be used for relief parcels sent to Polish Jews in Asiatic Russian via Teheran. Representing a contribution from the Jewish Relief Fund of Melbourne, the consignment includes 11,000 blankets, 6,000 pairs of shoes, 10,500 lbs. of canned food, 48.00 lbs. of honey, 3 100 yards of flannel, 400 knitted garments, 3,000 sheep skins, 24 tons of soap and 20,000 garments. before going to Ciba to confer with the newly-organized Hillel Foundation at the University of Havana. His speech next Thursday will initiate the local aspect of a national membership campaign which B'nai B'rith will launch at the end of this month. Dr. Sachar will also address a meeting of the United Jewish Building Fund Campaign Tuesday evening at the Roney. Besides the Sholem and Miami Beach lodges, the Women's auxiliary, AZA chapters, B'nai B'rith Girls, Young Women's chapters and Hillel will attend the meeting. Paul L. Greene has been selected as chairman of the Miami Beach lodge's membership drive and Abe Aronovitz will be chairman of Sholem lodge's campaign. At a meeting of the Beach lodge Tuesday evening the bylaws submitted by Martin Genet and Jack Burris were adopted unanimously. APRIL RESIGNS MJOC POST Rabbi Simon April resigned from the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last night to accept a post as associate rabbi in a Savannah, Ga. synagogue. Rabbi April came to Miami with his family from Butler. Pa., in November, 1942, to become spiritual leader of Schaarei Zedek. Since the merger of the two orthodox synagogues, he has directed activities. S t i ; UA I V k I



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PAGE TWO vjenist flcridian \m\\\ RUBINS HONEYMOON IN HAVANA RETURNEES, CIVILIAN STYLE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zucker-1 nick and son, Michael, flew back to Miami Beach last Thursday after a two and one-half week vacation in New York. Ruth Brotman, soprano, who sang at various USO centers in Michigan, has completed a coni cert tour in Mt. Clemens, Mich., Montreal, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore and is returning to Miami this week. daughter, Mrs. Harold J. Aronson, and infant grandson. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle have returned from their summer vacation in the North. While in New York, Dr. Weinkle took a postgraduate course at the N. Y. Polyclinic Medical school and hospital. He also visited the Leh clinics in Boston. Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter. Cornelia, arrived in Miami from New York Tuesday. Mr. Turk preceded them last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman and son, Donald, have returned to their home at 4465 Alton rd.. Miami Beach, after spending the summer in Wildwood, N. J. Mrs. Nat Williams returned Sunday after spending 10 days in New Bedford, Mass., with her sister. Mis. Leo Berkowitz, and 10 days in New York. Mr. Williams joined her in New York and accompanied her home. Mrs. A. Schoenfcld arrived in Miami Tuesday after a threemonth vacation in Washington. D. C, and New York, where .-he visited her son-in-law and daughter. Mi. and Mrs. Ben Rozansky at their summer cottage. Shady Site. Mrs. Lee Alexander is back in Miami Beach after a three-month vacation :n New York with her Harry Koivtzky is back in Miami Beach after a Northern vacation. His son, Marry, is visiting him from military school for a week. OFF TO SCHOOL WE GO Miss Jean Vitsky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vitsky, 21 Washington ave., Miami Beach, has entered her freshman year at Florida State College for Woven in Tallahassee. Miss Vitsky is the holder of a scholarship awarded by the Parent-Teacher association of Miami Beach high school and the Amos Lewis scholarship awarded by the state of Florida. She will major in education and music. Mrs. Alfred Stone. 800 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, left re-\ cently to begin his pre-law studies at Harvard university. Rich| aid attended Miami Beach high school and Georgia Military colJ | lege. Honeymooning in H a v a n a, Cuba, are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rubin, who were married Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Elks patio by Rabbi Irving Lchrman. The bride, the former Claiie Malbin, is the daughter of Mrs. Libbie Malbin, 835 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. She was given in marriage by her uncle, Isadora Goldberg. Mr. Rubin's sister, Doris, was maid of honor. The groom's uncle, Sam Finegold, was best man. Mrs, R.ibin was graduated from Miami Beach high school and attended business college. Mr. Rubin, son of Mrs. Anne Rubin. 1227 S. W. 21st St.. was graduated from Miami Beach high school and will be graduated from the University of Miami in January. He is majoring in accounting. Tiie couple will live at 824 Alton rd., Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included tUe bride's cousin. Mrs. John Bitman. Abington, Pa.; her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg. Cleveland; her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leffowitz. Cleveland: the groom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finegold. Providence, R. I.; Miss Sue Rosen. Philadelphia; Mrs. Abe Blechcr. Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen, Key West. A reception followed the ceremony. Miss Stollmack Goes To Coast For Wedding To Marvin Ante Miss Joyce Stollmack and Mrs. Jack Apte left this morning for San Francisco where Miss Stollmack will be married to Mr. and Mrs. Apte's son, Marvin. Date of A graduate of Miami Beach high school. Leo Osheroff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff. 2485 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, left last week to enroll at the University of Florida. Leo intends to Richard Stone, son of Mr. and study agriculture. ELINORE GOLDMAN TO WED SERGEANT ADDITIONS TO THE POPULATION Jan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham David Samson, 733 Nl E. 126th st., born Sept. 3. Elliot Harbey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bernstein. 1435 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Sept 7. Harriet Adele. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Murray Cohen, 3521 Indian Creek dr., Miami Beach, Sept. 4, in Jackson Memorial hospital. Alexander Roman, son of Mr. I and Mrs. Roman Alexander Arn-1 loldoff, 4471 Royal Palm ave.., I Miami Beach, Sept. 16. Michael Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinstein, 1061 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Sept. 12. Laraine, daughter of Mr. and i Mrs. Milton Lieberman, 937 Len1 ox ave., Miami Beach, Sept. 12. David Paul, son of Mr. and | Mrs. Bennie Kogan, 1619 MoriI dian ave., Sept. 13. ROUND AND ABOUT A banquet in honor of Mr. and Mis. M. Gleiberman will be held; by the Workmen's Circle. Branch fi!)2. at 7 p. m. Sunday in their | Lyceum. 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Gleiberman recently arrived from New York with his wife to become the spiritual leader and Yiddish teacher for the Circle. Ill-health brings Budd Hulick, nationally known radio comedian, formerly of the team of Stoopnagle and Budd, to Miami Beach to make his permanent home. While here, Budd is starring on the early morning "screwball" program, Studio X, which is aired over WKAT from 7:30 to 8 a. ni. Miami Beach, will be held to morrow at 10:30 a. m. under the supervision of Kabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom. A reception will follow. Stanley ;itlends the Ida M. Fisher Junior high school. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman. 1775 S. W. 16th ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Elinore. to Sgt. Arnold Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simon of Springville, N. Y. The couple met in 1943 when Sgt. Simon was stationed at Miami Beach with the Army Air Corps. No definite date for the wedding has been set. A graduate of Miami Senior high school. Miss Goldman is now a junior at the University of Miami, where she is majoring in art. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Sgt. Simon is stationed at Greensboro, N. C. He attended schools in Springville and was in business before entering the service four years ago. the wedding has not been set. Miss Stollmack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Stollmack, 736 Thirteenth st.. Miami Beach, attended the University of Miami after her graduation from Miami Beach high school. Her fiancee, whose parents COHENS TO LIVE IN WEST PALM BEACH Making their home in West Palm Beach following a wedding trip to Havana, Cuba, are Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cohen, who were married Sept. 2 at the Antilla hotel. Mrs. Cohen is the former Ruth Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein. 1678 S. W. 14th st. Her sisters. Miss Irma Bernstein and Mrs. Anita Epstein, were her attendants at the ceremony officiated by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y, has been selected as an alternate delegate to the 1946 national Amateur Athletic Union convention to be held in Miami Beach. Dr. Elisha A. King, co-chairman of the American Christian Palestine committee was guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist luncheon club Wednesday. Former bodyguard for Jaffsie Condon of the Lindbergh case, and professional prize fighter under the name of "Tommy Daley," Abe Wasserman recently arrived in Miami to make his permanent home here with his wife. Mr. Wasserman is from Lynn, Mass., where he was boxing instructor for the Jewish community center. COLON CORRECTION XRAY ANALYSIS The annual election meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Monday evening at 8 P. M. at 590 S. W. 17th Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein, 2107 2 S. W. Seventh St., are entertaining their nephew, Seaman 1-c Robert Lefker, who is on a 30-day leave from the Great Lakes Naval Training center, Chicago. Seaman Lefker will spend the last two weeks of his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lefker in Brooklyn, N. Y. The bar mitzvah of Stanley H. Arkin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arkin, 4385 Nautilus dr., ODOR-PROOF „.-, ft"* Rheumatism Artkrixis Neurilis Qppoitibfwd ONLY MEMORIAL CHAPEL THOS. M. BURNS, JR. Fanerol Director ARE E1SENBERG %  "l&WMura 5-7777 RIVERS* AMBULANCE SERVICE 133$ Washington Ar. Miami 9—ch In Hew .York: 7$th St.. and Arat-Hm AT*. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. George Gershwin's PORGY and BESS a Decca record album $2.63 This beloved folk opera is brilliantly arranged for orchestra by Russel Bennett and played by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles under the direction of Alfred Wallenstein .a "must"' for your record collection. MIAMI STORK RECORD8, FIFTH FLOOR live at 435 S. w. : gunners mate, third MIT tt : is stationed in San Lif' 4 ter 14 months oy trse ^ Pac fie. He u-i, ,? ti Gordon M.htar^t;^ ville. Ga.. prior to enterfn, t service two and onffi 11 • ago. e na yean The couple will U ve u Franc.sco while Aptc i/sta"^ BEACH COUPLE TO TAKE VOWS Miss Joann Kohen rinuti of Mr. and Mrs. Herman vN 14.30 Ocean ,1:, M^ fe will be married to Paul LS son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman?5 pold. 1200 PennsyhSSr this afternoon. Rabbi i-y£ Lehrman will officiate at 2 ceremony which will take P u at the Miami Women's club* 5 p. m. A reception will f ou V A graduate of the Lear schod and Dr. Farrenders School rf' Medical Technology, Mia £; hen will be attended bv he's* ter, Marcia. as maid of how, Her bridesmaids will be Mi Doris Albin and Mrs. Mai !" Reinhart. The bride's brother. Ens. Rj. land Kohen, will be best ma Jack Harris, Elliot Emerson, Wa. liam Brand and Marvin Xashra will usher. Miss Evelyn Lippaa will preside at the bride's boot L Mr. Leopold attended schools I in Brooklyn and was intheXavj until he was injured at Muadi He also served at GuadakauL After a honeym n at the Versailles hotel, the muple will be | at home at 1018 Meridian ave. and Mrs. Henry Cohen of Maid-1 pan, Mass. His best man nl Herbert Oppenheimer of W| Palm Beach. The bride was graduated .'roul Miami high school and attenddl Florida State college. Her hi* I band attended schools in Bosial Buy More War Bonds! V*. I I (GMDfTKMIO^ &p&r) J>J:4S AT THREE THEATRES The story they said Hollywood was afraid io make! "THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY" George Sanders Geraldine Fitzgerald Ella Raines Moyna MacGill Harry Von Zell ^^t^fffW*^*^*^^^^^^^*^^******^^^* PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED" 2008 W. 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PAGE FOUR *Jenist Fhridlan ZIONISTS SEND 2 TO WASHINGTON Harry Simonhoff and Max Meisel represented Greater Miami Zionists at a special meeting of the American Zionist emergency conference held in Washington, D. C.. yesterday to plan future action in protesting Britain's refusal of demands for opening Palestine to the Jews. The two w< re sent to the capital by the Miami section of the Emergency conference which met last Thursday. Prime interest of the local '.< at present is to stimulate people to write letters ID Presiand Secretary of 51 Byrnes : I ting the British tion, Mr. Simonhoff re%  The regular %  ting of the will be held next Thurs evening at Beth David. AMERICANS SEE PALESTINE GROWTH PIONEER WOMEN MARK 20TH YEAR In conjunction with the 20th annivi I the Pioni i W i en's orgai n, tl • Greater Miami ch : ing its activithe nation-wide cele• n, The local chapter is 10 old. A s] v pronational %  '.ill emphasize %  '•' :. i co-partm • .•:. the Wi %  '. :. .i ..::cil of E • %  i % %  •' has been lied upon 1 % %  enl a j20 :• • ; • .; ansi n pn gram of tin' %  %  Women's council, %  ting solidarity 66.000 members of the labor movement in DOG FRIDAY. OCTOBERS KASHRUTH BODIES AGREE ON SURVEY The Beth Jacob and the Greater Miami Vaadei Hakashruth have agreed to abide bv the decision of national rabbinic findings on kashruth supervision for Greater Miami. Irving Furst, assistant director of Federation, reports. Members of the Federation Negotiations Committee on Kashruth decided Tuesday night to recommend that the Committee on Community needs authorize ..ml Invite national authorities to undertake the study. The Negotiations Committee suggested that the Agudath Hariri and the Histradruth Harabonim be asked to send one entative each, and that both groups should agree on a repi esentative. If either of the Rabbinic oritions refuses to work with the other, the Histradruth will ked to send a committee of ee, Mr. Furst says. The AguEiarabonim will be requestid to send a committee if Hisuth i efuses. DENVER HOMTP^ GAME NIGHT ^ An ^nfiVgames^., sponsored by the Greater J*' chapter of the National HnJ 4 ? Jew.sh Children at Denve^l day evening. 8 p 7?> Haven hotel. 1 M -attheSh^l Mrs. Charles Friedm** Mrs. Alex SuU.manare^ men be assisted for th? U,J '' ma nare J c5 Ioi the • %  veninn Tk **'l assisted by thf \w vi Charles Burns. GizeUa Kl er, Max M :.. B !" m*H Irvmg Becke, a nd Be" He^H Buy War BondTa^!^ EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CAB, "BETTER BE SAFE T HA SORRY"** 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Di-tincui-lird Amrriran leaden who hav< been reot-nt viaiton to Pale-tint will present lir-t-hand reporH nn current development! in the Jewi-li National Home it the Twentieth Anniterean Conference of the United Palestine Appeal, to be held at the Hotel Commodore, Sew York City< October 2ltl Deputed here are two of the prominent ^peaker^ photoeraphed during their tour of Jewi-h Palestine— ia6ote> Doroth> Thompson I at ntlit hatwith the roee Itardener at t.nath Brenner. flourishing collective aetilemenl ealabliahed with the aid of U. P. A. funds; Ibelou) Dr. Jamef G. Heller. National Chairman of the L niled Palestine Appeal 1 at right and a representative of the Jewish Agency Immigration Department talk to >oung immigrant who have ju-t arrived in Paleatine. Tin inenlwrought in Paleatine during the October 21l (Conference, in joint celebration of the V. P. A. tweniieth anniversary and the Keren Hayeeod J5th jniiiM r -.ir. will review achievepa>t two der*adet> and consider the role of American Jewry in assuring the resettlement of a maximum number of Jewish men, women and children in the Jewish National Home. Federation Plans State Meet In Miama For December i lirhianry discussion of a state-wide community planning conference was featured at a i meeting oi the board of directors of Federation last Thursday evening. Community welfare, health and recreation, a state-wide promam for homes for the aged and the problems of overseas and Palestine in relation to communi, ty planning will be on the pro1 mam of the conference to be held in Miami in December. By a close vote, the board tabled the subject of Federation's affiliation with the Provisional Committee for InterWelfare Fund Cooperation, which is attempting to reorganize the United Jewish Appeal. The Provisional Committee has proposed that welfare fund cities, as well as overseas relief agencies. be represented in the new UJJ. It was reported that JDC and DRINK PLENTY OF CPTripitre >$ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c iPlus Bottle Deposit' PHONE 2-4128 I'PA are considering joining the committee. Federation's executive committee has already approved the Provisional Committee's plan "in principle." the directors were I told. If Federation joins the committee, it may send two representatives to the Provisional Committee's meetings. Cost for joining is $420. Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis have already bei come members of the committee. The question of whether the Provisional Committee's plan I ; would lead to national budgeting i and control of overseas relief bv • a few powerful cities was i brought up from the floor. Statements from the Council I of Jewish Federations and Wei' 1 fare Funds and the Committee to Oppose National Budgeting were read, but the discussion of nai tional budgeting was postponed till the December board of di'• rectors meeting. It was reported that the local Federation will be ; asked by the Council, which is I sponsoring the advisory budgeting program, to vote on national budgeting in the near future. Getting A Home Deed Is your best deed for your family CALL Ernest Fuld Calumet Blag. Phones: 2-0559 4-0487 HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgt. M. GILLER, Realtor 144$ Waah. Ava., Ph. B-M76 Buy More War Bonds. 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 REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Formerly nf New r k i Xew } ii ted 327 WASHINGTON AVENUE Near Third St., Miami Beach f>. In Freedmai Hebrew Bl Store, you will • i ., comE assortment i I :-iiirioui bogta In Hebrew an Ei %  :. %  ^^ Torahs, Talamm. Ttilin,' Ml. zuzas. Mentalach, etc.-A lin, variety of Palestine and Anwri. can Hebrew novelties. An .\ m of New Tea: AI.I. AT REASONABLE PRICES The only -• e of Its kind a Florida—Alao orden taken and filled. BEN PERRIL Announces the Opening of a STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY STORE At Mel's Food Center 704 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Under the Supervision of Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth FOLLOW THE HURRICANES In Their Football Campaign TONIGHT—8:15 P. M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL V. OF MIAMI VS. U. OF GEORGIA Good Seats. $1.20 to $3.60 at the Stadium. Student tickets. 60 Cents. FOR FUTURE GAMES Buy tickets in advance at Burdines. Miami or the Beach or University of Miami. SEE MIAMI PLAY ST. LOUIS U. Oct. 12 and L. of Fionas October 19. NORTH EAST GUEST HOUSE 9 Rooms and 2 Baths — Furnished, Garage 50' x 150' Lot, Plus 10' Dead-end Alley for Parking PRICE SI4,500—$10,000 CASH MR. KNUTE C. D. REYNOLDS Calumet Building Phone 9-2735 Announcing T t <, ; the Re-Opening HILDEGARDE SCHOOL OF THE DANCE 150 N. E. THIRD STREET BALLET CHARACTER TAP TECHNIQUE # ACROBATIC Registration Now Accepted Call or Write Studio for Information PHONE 9-2178 OR 2-9770 %  ^^1