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The Jewish Floridian ( October 12, 1945 )

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tewfeltuaoipidliiaun i, |ri)ME 18—NUMBER 41 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS alestine Decision Expected; Tension Mounts lapitol Funds Parleys lontinue; United Drive utcome Still Uncertain IC o n t i n ued conferences long civic leaders, the sderation's Committee on smmunity Needs and synajue representateives were eld this week, but at press ne a final decision had been reached on the Inited Jewish Building Fund jmpaign, temporarily postI jned due to existing camsigns of local houses of Worship. Vt a meeting on Wednesday lit at the home of Carl tinkle representaetives of Beth cub, Beth Sholom, Temple hie I Beth David, Miami ken Jewish Center, and the latin and Beach "Y's' met with Federation's Community beds Committee. A four-hour n: rence revealed expansion ans for each of the groups, beining at S35.000 to a contemned S650.000 program. An ;im:iioH tqtai of fi*nds needed the present programs nounted to almost SI,300.000. >is figure does not include the So.dOO quota as set bv the ited Jewish Building Fund mpaign for its four agencies. Ii Miami and Miami Beach |fc", Hillel and the Bureau of Iwit-li Education. friii' meeting was presided fti by Stanley C. Myers, who the conclusion of the general kcussion presented^ recommenItinns that call for: |T" enlarge Federation's Committee on Community Needs to Ickirte representatives from jnammues and temples of the |i Miami Area in addion tn other organizations who lav be interested. To agree that all member-agenles represented on the Community Needs Committee would ibmit their campaigns and flu building plans to the committee for discussion; decisions pt binding on member agenconsult the Agency for % immunity Needs on extra-synaJRuge programs; decisions not Inding on member-agencies. [To effect plans for studying nd revising plans for a satisJctory United Building Fund lampaign. 1 Representatives present acBPted the recommendations tenfctivelv awaiting further action jy their respective organizaIpns, the Community Needs and ]>e United Jewish Building Fund Rmpaign Committee. Ifni inR the deIav of the |JBF campaign, members and ^rectors of the Miami Y. M. and (CONTINUED ON PAQE 7) Additional Clothina deeded For Refugees Additional clothing and medi\ nnn!? plles are needed to fill the J*'" 01 Pound quota set by Lodge ini A i Jew 'sh People's FraterM'Ui-tler, for Dade county. | ine supplies collected here and ""uuhout the country will be i"\'" '; e f ugees in Palestine, the ,,,, Uni n. Poland, France. Cth, 1K| Ger many, Bulgaria and r^i huiopean countries. I niceiving stations have been Cn,. p at a11 synagogues and the ll' '"K addresses: 350 S. W. IMVS-S 20 N E 2nd av eand line S. W 7th st.. Miami, and Beach Palm ave Miami Chest Asks Myers To Head 1946 Drive Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been invited to be chairman of the 1946 drive of the Dade County Community War Chest. Mr. Myers has not yet made a decision whether or not to accept the drive leadership, but it is understood that he is considering the invitation. Last vear the Chest raised over $600,000 in their annual drive. John G. Thompson is president. Formerly president of the Federation, Myers is now chairman of its Committee on Community Needs. He is serving his second term as president of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies and has been director of many of Miami's leading Jewish organizations. Dr. Sachar Outlines Leadership Program Senators Attack England's Positio Seven Jews Injured In Clash With British WASHINGTON (JTA)—Democratic and Republican Senators this week attacked the British Labor Governments restrictive policy toward immigration of Jewish refugees into Palestine and urged President Truman to continue exercising this government's influence for abrogation of the White Paper. In the first of a series of speeches on the Senate floor. Senator Robert Taft of Ohio exI pressed strong approval of the, President's action in trying to j secure 100,000 immigration certificates for displaced Jews now in Germany and Austria. He added that this request, even if acted. upon by the British, remains "a belated emergency measure." and the fundamental problem con( tinues unsolved "We should continue to exercise our influence j as President Truman began to do. toward securing from Great Britain a pledge to carry out the Balfour Declaration.' Taft de-1 dared. Agreement with Taft's views was expressed by Senators Le' verett Saltonstall of Massachusetts: Ralph Brcwster of Maine: Homer Ferguson of Michigan and H. Alexander Smith of New Jersey. Senator Joseph Guffey of, Pennsylvania, recalling that the Senate Foreign Relations .Conv, mittee had withheld' a&ibn"6n a] Palestine resolution last year at the request of the State Depart' mnt. expressed the opinion that j the committee should now conj sider such a resolution. A three-fold program for community leaders was outlined by Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national director of Hillel Foundations, at a United Jewish Building Fund workers' dinner at the Roney Plaza hotel Tuesday evening. Leaders have the duties of keeping the community informed, instilling dignity and undertaking their social responsibility, Dr. Sachar said. Leaders must recognize thenresponsibility to plan for the future and continue to have vision, he asserted. In referring to the Building Fund campaign which has been temporarily postponed. Dr. sachar expressed his confidence that the campaign will succeed in giving justice to the needs of the community" despite the many problems now confronting the drive. Dr. Sachar emphasized ine need for character building institutions to mold the Jewish leadership of the future. Harry Zuckernick, VJUt chairman, presided at the dinner Rabbi Albert Michels delivered the invocation. The benediction was given by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Several Jews were arrested on Monday during a general strike called to protest Britain's closing the doors of the country to Jewish immigration. In Tel Aviv 70.000 to 80.000 people paraded carrying flags and transparencies declaring: "We Will Fight to the Last Jew Against the White Paper." Mayor Israel Rokach. addressing a huge mass meeting, warned Britain that "we will not allow the Yishuv to be converted into a ghetto, which would end in the same fashion as the Warsaw Ghetto. Although the Jews have been weakened by their sacrifice during the war. Mayor Rokach continued, they "will break the strangling tie being thrown thrown around them with the help of bayonets." Several thousand Jews crowded a theatre in Jerusalem to hear Chief Rabbi Herzog appeal to the British Government, in behalf of the Palestine Rabbinate, to open the doors of Polestine "for the survivors of the Nazi inferno. Bernard Joseph, acting head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, addressing the same gathe ring, warned that (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) JERUSALEM! JTA)—Seven Jews were injured, some serious, this week, in a clash between Jewish settlers and British troops. The violence occurred near the colony of Kfar Giladi when about 70 illegal immigrants were intercepted early one morning by a patrol of the Transjordan Frontier Forec, which attempted to stop them. The illegal immigrants, however, succeeded in reaching the colony without incident, but later the Transjordan Frontier Force threw a cordon around the colony. About 3 p. m„ the police charged, the cordon was attacked by colonists from the neighboring colony of Tel Hai, armed with sticks, who altemped to disarm the TJFF detachment, which opened fire, wounding seven Jews. The attackers were allowed to enter Kfar Giladi, taking two woundd with them. The next day. however the British officer in charge of the Transjordan Frontier Force unit, which fired into the group of Jews apologized to the settlers, declaring that his soldiers had fired without his orders. Responsible Jewish circles meanwhile ridiculed the official communique for charging that Jews with sticks, attacked the soldiers causing them to fire. The Jewish leaders said it was difficult to believe that men armed only with sticks would attack an armed detachment of troops. OTTAWA (JTA)—The Canadian Government was urged in Parliament this week to support Jewish demands for increased immigration into Palestine, in an address by Stanley Knowles. Cooperative Commonwealth Federation deputy from Winnipeg. Questioned whether he would be ready to support the sending of Canadian soldiers to Palestine to fight the Arabs, if necessary, Knowles replied that the question was hypothetical, since he believed the Arabs were bluffing. Zionists May Form Emergency Committee JERUSALEM — (JTA)— It was learned from a usually reliable source that the British Government has decide upon its Palestine policy, and will announce it in Commons on Oct. 16. Its decision may result in the immediate resignation of all members of the Jewish Agency, headed by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, and the establishment of an emergency committee of all Zionist parties, this source said. A meeting of the Small Zionist Actions Committee this week demanded the immediate removal from Palestine of the Transordan Frontier Force, which wounded seven Jews near the colony of Kfar Giladi, last week. Speakers revealed that when the TJFF • was being organized. Zionist I leaders demanded that Jewish of[f jeers and men be included and that it not be restricte to Arabs, commanded by British officers. | They were told, however, that the unit was to be used only in I Transjordan and was no concern i of Palestine. ; The Jewish national council, after a careful investigation of the incident, challenged the po' lice communique, which said that | Jews from a neighboring colony fired two shots, causing the 1 Transjordan frontier force unit to reply. It established that the I TJFF had 200 men. while only thirty Jews were involved. Two settlers were shot in the back and three others while lying on the ground, the council said. The soldiers were ordered to fire by an Arab Iieutenante and were halted ; by a British major who rushd to the spot when he heard the shots. LONDON (JTA)—In an effort to prevent illegal Jewish immigration into Palestine, British naval patrols are being reinforced not only along the coast of Palestine, but also the Greek and Italian coasts, it is reported here. The Jewish Agency denied a report published in a leading New York newspaper that the American and British governments have informally inquired of the Agency for estimates on the number of ships which would be needed for any large-scale immigration to Palestine. Mrs. Borenstein Dies In Philadelphia, Pa. Word has been received that Mrs Dorothy Borenstein. n. presidenet of.the Women s Chapter of B'nai B'rith, died in a Philadelphia hospital Sunday after an operation. She is survived by her husband, Sgt. Max Borenstein, who recently returned from overseas. Mrs. Borenstein, whose local address was 308 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach, was recently elected third vice president of theFifth district of the B'nai B'rith Women. She was formerly a school teacher. Mrs Borenstein went up North a short time ago with her husband, who had been out of the^country for three and a half years. Servicemen Petition jFor Open Palestine The number of petitions urging j President Truman to help open the doors of Palestine to the Jews increases daily. Mrs. Mary Alper 1 1509 Pennsylvania ave., is carrying on an individual campaign to get as many servicemen as she can to write to the Presidnt. In the past few days, she has mailed 300 postcards to the White House, written by soldiers and sailors who have been guests at the B'nai B'rith Sunday morning breakfasts at the Miami Beach Y. Each message, composed by the writer, contains an individual, personalized plea for abrogation of the British White Paper. Several of the postcards were written by non-Jewish servicemen. The following are a few of the pleas: From a non-Jewish technical sergeant: "While stationed in Egypt I very often ran across on a three-day pass to Tel Aviv. The city is beautiful through untiring works of the Jewish population. Opening the portals and letting all Jewish refugees from war-torn countries in would be doing a great and noble deed. From a veteran: "I write to you,, as a veteran who has seen action in New Guinea and also spent sometime in Australia, to try and secure a home for. us Jews who wo uld l ike to operate (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) ATTENTION RIPLEY There's one for the books on the books of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. At their election meeting Monday night, members of the congregation deadlocked on their first vote for president. There were 59 votes for A. M. Baer and 59 for H. M. Drevich. So the boys decided to do it all over again, "fight to the finish." But the fight couldn't be finished. Came the revote and— another tie, 58 to 58. It was too much for two of the congregants who stayed out of the ballotting. It was also too much for the congregants. They'll try it over again next Tuesday night, hoping to elect not only a president, but also a full slate of officers for the next year. • 'It i ,v ^ 1 1 • I c > t I •! I %  < 1 1 1 • 1 % 



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PAGE TWO pJmlsti fhrkHan = 2£^ = 2!2! ER n i DI \L n Minkofis Tour State On Honeymoon J Wearing her mother's wedding gown and a diamond lavelier, a (amilv heirloom, Miss Lena Roobin was married to Harry Minkoff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max MISCELLANY ON THE LOCAL SCENE Minkoff. Sunday at the Maefadden Deauvule hotel. Lt. Col. Mitchell Wolison and Lt. is. g.) E. Albert Pallot are j R;ibbl Simon April officiated at eyeing the civvie situation. Lt. Col. Wolison is expected back the wedding which was foliowed F by a reception. The onde was trom Asheville withh is family next week and he 11 don his g[ ven in marriage by her brother, khaki after two years in the service Lt. Pallot reverted to the Jake Bernard Roobin of Cordeal, .* .. Ga. Mrs. Leon Coslov was ner Mister status this week after just about the same length of slsU ,.\ ma tron of honor. Miss time in the Navy. Jeanette Cohen was maid of nor. Miss Josie Barker ol LoiThe wedding of Miss Janice Stollmack and Marvin Apte. deal, and MtoRuth Steein berg announced last week, will take place in San Francisco Sunday Harry Shei i was best man. Lt. afternoon at 2 p. m. Mrs. Jack Apte. mother of the groom, acAvrom Roobin. brother of the r r -3 ^.. t Hirschbein companied Miss Stollmack to the coast last week. Other outSlTV( .. oomsmen. of town relatives aie expected at the wedding. Mr I E Go.don is operating after an operation at Jackggf^J Clayton, Ala., and He was irged : • th< A: my last year, AfU trip 1 igh th< >:..:< th< upk • %  • ill make their m :: %  Miami. Out of town guests at the National Officer To Address AJC Women Mrs. Rachel Vixman, national Mrs. Sol Leslie Drft i executive vice president of the the Greater Miami [v.* Women's division of the Amerithe Womendivision ,* ran Jewish Congress, will arrive American J, wish ConL!. *• in Miami Monday Sunday for a be installed at a hnnT 5 ,** — a. m. Mondav at Q*-J* This will be M, s Leslie'stkJ term as president of ££ sion. She i ..,; M ,."' e !" v| dent for fou SBT H 0t I 1 er t Ukm Xo be insuk ;< % %  • %  M We.ss. Mrs. Phillip'^ Mrs. M nki :: atti Univ. -.;\ i : G< oi n I Ca son Memorial hospital George Wolpert is in Philadelphia >..--. ;, .:-. where he underwent a minor operation. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin %  wen presented a Golden Book at the Miami Beach Zionist luncheon club meeting Wednesday The Misses Jackie Freeman, Joan Lanaei and Annette VStsky of Miami Beach have been pledged to Delta Phi E-osr.er. sererrtv at Florida State ceren ... • j bers oi thi wedding party, College tor Womer. Miss Irene ac-rs no.s oeen awarded a ;: gn : _,.••_ Mrs. R scholarship to the University of Miami by the Dade County FedMink fl his cousin, Mrs. Irving ., %  ..„,'„ Kaminsk> and Mis .I.M Ai-.-uns %  -. ion oi Womer. s ;.ufs Miss Selma Steigman has |oinea s ava nnah; Mr I Mrs Berths staff oi Temple Israel and will serve as secretary to Rabbi Saul Appeibaum Edward Brill of RockviBe Center. L. L, is ( Lakeland: Mose Blumenfield, visiting his grandfathei roi whom he was named, and his aunt. Tonthan, Ala the gi Mrs Gemud, Loch. to. 10 day, before entering the University ft %  £ andM Kahn, oi Pennsylvania. Mi Brill was a privats first class in the army Denier, Belle Gla stay at the Versailles U Ol'UCUtCI %  *..... r\. .11.1. li.v Misses Zena and Fannie Leavitt, before his diechorge :r. Au. He had served overseas in ~ Keynotes Germany France and England CpL Leshe August is in Hadassah Luncheon Miami on .-. 15-day furlough from California. Jack Seitlin dentist was recently transiened from Lt "And Now the Peace."' a revue th< plight oi European Jews even though the wai is over, was San Dtego to the Pacific destination Sr.ar-.ahar. His wiie who ... t kt : ., .. .._. .. ..,. Mrs h.-.s h-ee:-. vs.:::-.he: brother Morris Mervis, in San Francisco. Israel D Shapiro, president of the ....... .. • u s utheastern regi n of Hadasis expected to visil he: :v.:si-.-.:'.-s parents, Mr ana Mrs. Henr\ _. .... ,.._;.... Chaptera .... Seithn in Miami aftei spending some time with her parents, ,-.. ; ;... : : : s : >,i : ..;. lV at Mi and Mrs V. Mervis u-. Washinaton D. C. th* R ney teL Mrs Shaf iro, a foi mei Miamiam, is th< daughtei (( Mr and Mrs A Wallersteein, wmtei restTHEY JUST RETURN AND RETURN ?er should be dubbed return of the native" month. Vixman will be guest ,>t the installation lunch: the local woman's chapter I the AJC Monday. The executive board and di• :s of the local Congress will at a luncheon at th( Versailles on Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. Joseph P. Mrs Max Mo I Benjamin Sherry is in charge sel and Mrs r. Sherrj, | • nts and invitations, vice president Mrs Vixman is chairman of the Mrs. Emanue! Baskini trtsl AJC executive committee and a urer: Mrs. The I re Firestone,] member of the executive comfinancial secret Mrs. Jerome mittee of the World Jewish ConKimball and :•'.Arthur Kkefl gress. In previous years she corresponding retaries; Ms] served on the national board of Lillian Mills. ..seoctsi Hadassah and the Women's League League of the United Synagogues of America. She was rmerly national executive director of Young Judea. rJnCiVJST BROS iir.ts i.iri She •.<..> icccr.t'.y nan ed W man of trw Week'' by The ..s: oi returnees -ust crews and crows. Dr and Mrs Samuel Th Herald ::-. Augusta, Ga.. her Aronoviti c:e bock oi their Beach home 334 ^h st. after therr ; %  -/ ; j tracatiori in Now York -:rc Ccr.r-.ecucut Also home are Dr. -..:-. .:. y; : G nd in and Mrs. Alexander Liehow 167S lames ave otter a visit in ; :^;:: Sh eidrake N V Mrs Ida ^ccr-eic recently entrained • e in PTA and G:r. :.•: % %  LCNO Torleton duh N H arid New Vcrk r::v with her s %  aouchiers -t-s..o ^:rc udy Leshe .-.:.; r^eer. nsitmg reJanrea nej udent Mrs A: ^ ,. .,.,.. ... ~ itlwMk, .... lm i, -i — — ,-*—.— n— — V : • • •-. d ... v -^ ~ .*". — '^ ....C j Mass • ; 5 .: .. c. •.as ; r.-.c was at Camr Reeno : H rest M new ol M i Hsu • Spaei t. Mrs. G .: •. : North \acatK a H lassah's fui I Mrs B-.r. Mrs Leo H W ...... — V* v — ^ %  .. _• A---.-. V: p;ans has : %  %  s.er .N -*OE : MAXINE REIMANN BURKE r -~f-> -::~t Si:" r fi;ni r izt :• i • z V j ; f = IH •. 1 S: :..-' V i ; *--.-.-.? :-f ::f-; .-' ~tt:.z: M \;:.s =o*r> s> -r No W *S EECNMM S **: Pi-.McftB ;.f :-; •--;:-. DR. HERBERT FETNBERG .. .. • • I %  > J. %  • 5 Al A • %  -.> r< | SI TiniEE HUITDRED BJEVBI I_COLJROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA --CNE S 2r MEMORIAL CHAPEL THOS. M. KHIKS. IB. FssMRd OSrectos ABE OSENBERG T wmrn 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE Listen to our radio proarcrr. Fashion Time' eve: 'MOD each weekday, 8 30 to 8:45 A M Revlon's "FATAL APPLE" a daring new red Klip ncdl r>orisli $1 lipstick Tne young a* ted for fingernails and up* that promises to be fashion* darling rh:; fall You'll wear it with all th ne* colors ar.i I itl • Jt tery. kOAKI at SB I sTPJ^rr PI mi MiSU Trk: Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMTS UP-TO-DATE DIGN2TED MEMORIAL PARES PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL -SERVING THE JEWISH COMMDNITT" PHONE S^4 -A nUEXD m KZEDVtt W. FLAGLER SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Aifiiiate Cnsrreuons: Beth David. Beth Ja"?-;-.*!?" 1 JeTsh Orthodox and Sisterhood Cheaed Sae % %  %  For Farthat Infarmatkn Phooe MSM. 4-S922 at 9-U



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)AY. OCTOBER 12. 1945 *J<*%isl FkridKan PAGE THREE Promises Home >ening In Near Future ptning of the Jewish Home the Aged in the near future 835 S. W. 21st ave. was planned la" meeting of the board of diL.is Wednesday evening. Imbvcinents on the property have t n completed by the building imittee with Max Greenberg chairman. j]w following committees were %  pointed at the meeting: Budget (d Finance committee, Daniel Cji.!, chairman; A. M. Bear, Idiiiv Weintraub, Morris E. Rul, Joe Zalis. Mrs. B. Levine L vice presidents Harold Spaet Li Leo Robinson, ex officio. Broad was also selected irman of the Executive comIttcc which will consist of the rcis: M. H. Frankel, president; rold Spaet, Gus Trau. Leo Ibinson, vice presidents: A. M. treasurer; Joe Zalis. fijpcial secretary; Mrs. Ida Appcl |nv.-pnding secretary. and lsidor Cohen, honorary lent. Sam Ritter, N. H. hrskv. Max Greenberg, Mrs. fen Sherry and B. Feiner will erve on the executive cornlit IJudne Spaet was named chairBi! of the Admissions commitHe will be assisted by Daniel Sad, A. M. Bear, Sydney Weinnili. Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs. i Appel, J. Chaves, Mrs. Isador hen and Leo Robinson and Gus x officio. ISamuel Arenstein and J. aves, co-chairman of the %  ous" ,ind Purchasing committee. fill be assisted by Harry Danzifer and Joe Zalis. [Tinentertainment committee \i\l (insist of Sam Ritter and Id ibinson. co-chairmen, who hi' .elect other members. PERSONALS Corregidor "Sparks' IEWMAN TO HOLD ONE-MAN SHOW Ar hot rep tlou ao 111 ti lit. tli • N. Kctu In Lrti line H lia nold Newman, Miami Beach i^rapher, is in Philadelphia .ring for his "one-man" which will be exhibited at Philadelphia Museum of In-ginning Oct. 20 and later e N. Y. Museum of Modern A reception will precede how in Philadelphia. %  A man, who specializes in res of artists, is author of article, "Portrait of An t" appearing in the NoKT issue of Minicam magaSeveral of his pictures ilate the article. is expected to,return to i.i Beach in three weeks. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) a six weeks' trip to California and Texas to visit their children Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret re-1 turned to Miami last week And Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin reI turned from a twelve-day look at New York Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei have returned from a months vacation in the North where they visited their families and spent some time in the Berkshires. One daughter, Miss Eve Naomi Machtei, has resumed her studies at Miami Senior high school after spending the summer at Camp Lakota Masten Lake N. Y. Their other daughter, Miss Queenie Stella Machtei, cadet nurse, who trained at Jackson Memorial hospital, is now on duty at the veterans" hospital, Bay Pines, Fla. Mrs. Ida Optner returned last week after a month's stay in Hot Springs, Ark., and one week in Chicago. Her daughter, Mrs. Mark Simpson of New York, spent 10 days in Hot Springs with her. Mrs. Optner's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Optner, both recently discharged from the Navy, left Miami yesterday to make their home in New York Mrs. Max Hoffman arrived from Chicago Tuesday Mr. and George Cohen are back from a fourmonth visit with their children in Teaneck, N. J. Looks like nobody stayed at home this summer. FAREWELLS ARE IN ORDER FOR SOME Of course, people are still leaving town for belated vacations and school days. Miss Ina Steuer, 4210 Chase ave., is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coffield, in Great Neck, L. I., for a few weeks and before she comes back, she'll look in on friends in Woodmere, L. I., her former home Miss Betty Weintraub, daughter of Mrs. Jack B. Weintraub, 765 50th st, Miami Beach, is majoring in music at Florida State College for Women where she's a sophomore. Betty wasgraduated from EdiSgt. Irving Strobing, the radio operator who tapped out the last message from Corregidor, and Cpl. Jack Stevenson are welcomed at the Honolulu Servicemen's center operated by the National Jewish Welfar board. Left to Right—Chaplain Norman Siegel, Cpl. Jack Stevenson, Pfc. Sidney Shorr, Mr. Sidney Sugarman, chairman of the W'ar Labor board in the territory and Mrs. Sugarman. Mrs. Segal Welcomes Brother With Party A welcome home party for her brother, Robert Weinstein. will be given by Mrs. Celia Segal, 496% S. W. 18 Road. Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Mr. Weinstein arrived in Miami Wednesday after being discharged from the Navy. A chief petty officer, he had been overseas in the Pacific for nine months of the three years he had been in the Navy. Mrs. Weinstein and their baby live on Miami Beach. Selevans To Honor Son Honoring their son on his return from overseas and his recent marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan will hold an open house Sunday from 3 to 6 p. m. at their home. 1672 Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach. Lieut. Selevan has been discharged from the air corps after serving as a navigator-bombadier. He was married to Miss Bea Heller of Brooklyn, N. Y.. on July 28. The couple will live in Miami Beach. I\JGUST BROS Hy t IS the BEST? son high Mrs. Phillip Salmon left for Gainesville yesterday and will be there until Sunday visiting her son, Michael, a sophomore at the University of Florida Mrs. Leon Pollack is spending a few days visiting her son, Richard, at the U. of F., where Pi Lambda Phi fraternity is holding a "Parents Week-end." Richard is in his second year at Gainesville. Mrs. Sol Leslie has issued invitation to the presidents of all Jewish women's organizations to attend a tea at her home. 3114 Prairie ave.. Miami Beach, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass are seeing Baltimore, Washington, and points North before Mr. Klass resumes his post as executive director of Federation at the end of this month. PROXY PARENTS has reopened for your convenience. All orders will receive our usual careful atteention. OFFICE HOURS—10 TIL 4 SATURDAYS 10 TIL NOON PHONE 4-6087 Do You feel Run Down? INTERNAL BATHS Will Surely Help You This advanced method of Internal Baths quickly eliminates Toxic poison from the system relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheumatism, Arthritis and Neuritis. Investigate. APPOINTMENT ONLY Hydro Therapy Clinic 36 S. E. 6th Street An Ethical Institution Phone 2-8396 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 wmrTHE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN THE COUNTRY OVER. ORGANIZED BY Int. NATIONAL OFFICE of the JEWISH PEOPLES FRATERNAL ORDER The Distribution of the Clothmg Will Be Made in the M ^ I *E^ GEES m pOLAND TO THE REFUGEES IN PALESTINE THROUGH THE JEWISH POLISH COMMITTEE THROUGH THE HADASSAH. RED MOGEN DAVID ^ ^^ ^ FRANC E. RUMANIA. GERMANY ^ !" v !" ,,,-, !" M TUP QOVIFT UNION BULGARIA AND OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES TO THE REFUGEES IN THE SOVIET UWIUW THROUGH THEIR VARIOUS NATIONAL COMMITTEES THROUGH THE JEWISH COUNCIL FOR RUSSIAN RELIEF inflU GIVE AND GIVE QUICKLY AS THIS CAMPAIGN WILL BE CONDUCTED FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Bring your clothes "the synagogues or t^foUomn^sta^^ 21 S* %  W. m I STREET. M, Or Call the Main Olfice 5-2026 and We Will Be Happy To Send A Committee f s'-.i: f :^&&seS£; ^^m^^&'^Z*



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' PAGE FOUR +Jenisti fhrkflan FRIDAY, OCTOBER K Council Women Emphasize Service To Foreign Born To the 25-year-old Miami section of the National Council of J e w : > h Women, reconversion means greater emphasis on its services to the foreign born. For over IS months, National Council has worked with authorities in Europe who are trylatives and friends of Ami as Between June and September, the local office has 215 inquiries to the .. which is a member of Centra] Location Index. :.. tional orgai I n. 50 also on a governmittee to lans for rehabilitating p< ; immimi till the day : i itizen I I States. h is aided by Coui i who pr s nt a en -.%  • n I J< v %  %  • %  > ss— %  .at e, and r< At th< airp rt, he is guided throug acies ol i nterby Mrs. Max J. Fmkelstt ps him with %  baggi g nd I ti anslati 1 housing n I tr; nsj nation M n i il h is trav( ling rthi r. Mrs. steins husban 1 d es the I. • %  port 6 t 12 clock every evenly J i w j s n rg; ni; ati n : atior ties to e in the local area. %  '•' %  "• -'• to i pe with all but t -' : : M rs Nat W • nt, assei ts. Mrs. 1 : -' %  f the S ton, P nna.. s 5 execul ask ior KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! of the local department of service to the foreign born. Mrs. Monte Selig, former president of the section, is chairman of the department's committee To prepare the future American for citizenship. C ouncil sponsors free, nonsectarian Americanization classes. Mrs. Joel Belov teaches the classes every Tuesday and Thursday B to 9 30 p. m. in Room 908 of the Vocational high school. Ov; 200 students have become I itiz ns aft i impleting the rs English classes are b n g planm 11 ns and r iti zens wh isl I stud> primary writing. Although cl are no t v • : -'• i nil Coui office, 3:;' Congi ss 1 ling : immigi thei 'orms n to the g 1 the C Hindis But I vities ol the M section ..: %  nol entirel> devoted I ,._:. born For th< past ten vt a s, C in( il has rnainl a loan fund which provides two ir-year s holarships to I Unj sity of Miami. In addition, the women are : late course at any ai school to .. Fl %  la .--...dent who will proi i turn to Gr< on year's wok with a agency. gin. 1941 th. Miami section. : 30 I Councils in the U. S. and Ci : as been in charge of the Boulevard servicemens canteen one night a week. Mrs. A ... .' s ph is chairman of the nti i n committee. Individually, council mem. s : been active in Red nd ither war work. C ncil contributes its olunteer • the hostess committee of the S< i. ic< men's Snack Bar on Beach. A the Council of g ies of Dade county, mmittee which works with tl I ighthouse for th< Blind. Mrs. David Phillips. : | hei ci mmittee ntal in getting two .-., rs for the Lighthot$ itly. Offi M ; section r< Mrs Nat Wilhams, presiMrs Morris Alpert. first nt; Mrs. David Philent: Mrs. ;K third vice presiMrs David Honoroff. fi:.'..Stuart :mancial secreI WANT MY MILK DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO Ii You^lre in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision CO 9 Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 And B. Suro It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit OUT Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Strowt UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Mrs. Sarah Loeb. mother of Mrs. Minnie Schneidman and Louis Loeb. will take place Sunday at 2 p. m. m the Jewish section of Woodlawn Memorial park. Kabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Harr> n of the Gordon Monument company is in charge ol arrangements. The unveiling of a men to the memory of the late Joseph v. 320 Jefferson avc. Mill, will be held Sunday al 2 p. m. in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Moses Meschelofl will officiate. Sid H. Palmer of the Miment Co. is In chai arrangements. Miami Y Hires Athletic Director Following his discharge from the Navy this month, Michael Rand of New York City will become director of physical educaOBITUARi E s A monument in memory ol the Berliner. S4t> Michigan %  ., Miami Beach, will be unveiled Sunday at 3:30 p. m. al Mt. Sinai i : bi Moses will officiate. Arre being mi Sid H. Palmer ol the Miami ment Co. TRUMAN LAUNCHES WAR FUND DRIVE SHERMAN Mi i. CJnldli • ,..,, ,. 1K.2 N. W l %  ilrtkl Miami Bea.-I j Sh '' %  her h.iSHGreenspan; a (.-,,.,.. 'J !" all of Miami, ,,?„ h ^ %  l -">'-. Mil i !" 5 % %  %  < % %  funtni Vi"' v, *w ut Ml. N.I President Harry T r u m a n opened the 1!45 national wai fund campaign last week with an appeal for generous contributions to help war fund agencies "i the job they were set up to do. %  W ar service has not ended." said the President In a broadcast from the White House. "I don't need to tell that to anyone whose son is still serving with the occupation forces or with the service troops in this country. For them the war is still goinp on." i The drive will begin Oct. 29. Dade county's quota has been set al S20.2J 3.000. tary; Mrs. William Capland, recording secretary: Mrs. Albert Green, corresponding secretary: Miss Edna Heller, treasurer: Mrs. Leo Ackerman. auditor: Mrs. Isadore Cohen, honorary president. I Mrs. Sallie S. Firestone assists Mrs. Finkelstein in the office which is open Monday to Friday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. The Council will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a dinnerno January 30. tion at the Miami Y. George Chertkof, president, announces. Among the activities that Rand will direct arc the coaching of al sports, classes in calisthenics for women and lectures in 5 giene. A graduate of Tulane university with a B. S. in physical education. Rand has also studied health education at the City College of New York graduate school. Before entering the Navy he was physical education director of the Jewish Community Center in Allentown. Penna. He has also been director of health and physical education at the Bronx house where he was in charge of the recreation program and the medical, dental and optometry clinics. Rand and his wife are expected in Miami Nov. 1. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. J ( el s..n : M u hospital Sai parent* an Aon Funeral I SHAPIRO %  %  -rtv-m 11 %  • rut G. % % %  at bod) i. i OOMPER8 William l.i of N. W. 28th 81 Na Tut I men's nw kw • a heart %  '.< Samrtn He cama to M >..ir. a|i Mis trite, Mi '^mpsi and i son, n,.r*. twi of Miami, • f'jnrral ni V? 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DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1945 ^,y. OPENS NEW WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS | BK M& 1 1 ~ I: %  ; 1 I ^ i-liinelon offices for llie Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. have rrn n;-nrd on Embassy Row, 3147—16th St., N.W., it was announced b> .National Commander Archie H. Grrenberg. Offices of the national |, W. V. will be on the first floor of a building just purchased and tnoMitrd by the J. W. V.'s Washington I'ost. The two upper floors t>f the five story building will provide sleeping quarters for service fr-nrinrl whilethe other floors will offer club facilities, including u |i!> and game rooms, for servicemen of all faiib*. VAAD HAHATZALA AND REHABILITATION ERECTS NEW CHILDREN SHELTER fJewisti FkridHan PAGE FIVE 1 THE NEWS IN VIEWS TO MARK U. P. A. TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY DR. JAMES G. HELLER MISS DOROTHY THOMPSON SEN. CLAUDE D. PEPPER The momentous contribution made by American Jews to the upbuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine will be celebrated at the Twentieth Anniversary Conference of the United Palestine Appeal, to be held at the Hotel Commodore, New York City, nil day October 21st. The occasion will also mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund), the fiscal instrument of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, which introduced a revolution in voluntary giving by Jews to the Jewish National Home. The Conference will hear from outstanding spokesmen of American life, including Senator Claude D. Pepper of Florida, now touring the Middle East, who will give a firsthand report of his observations on Palestine; Dorothy Thompson, noted American journalist, who also visited Palestine after VE Day, and Dr. James G. Heller, National Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, who recently 6pent two months in Palestine. Jewish communities throughout the country have been called upon to conduct appropriate exercises to mark the twentieth anniversary of the United Pales-_ tine Appeal, which has been the channel through which every Jewish community in America, through local fundraising media, has shared in the miraculous growth of Jewish Palestine. ..,....,.• .-..„..,. %  -.-_ Education Director Wrestling Chazan Research Associate Rabbi Abraham Ezra Millgram has been appointed educational director of the United Synagogue of America. A graduate of the Jewish Theological Summary of America, he was rabbi of Temple Beth Israel in Philadelphia for 10 years before becoming director of Minnesota Hillel foundation in 1940. •w Ts^.'^Jt...'-mm _..Pvt. Harry Boskey, of the Bronx, as he assists in Yom Kippur services. After a day of fasting and prayer, he climbed into the ring and officially captured the AAF Jheppard Field wrestling crown. Dr. Michael Higger is the newly appointed research associate in Jewish law of the Rabbinical Assembly. Graduate of the Theological Seminary and a fellow of the American Academy for Jewish Research, he is the author of more than thirty volumes about rabbinic literature. The above are the first pictures to reach America by cable of the jew Children Shelter which the. "V'aa'! Hahatzala and Rehabilitation" nationally prominent OrthoBox Rescue and Relief Organization, has erected in VUlejulf, a Paris suburb. Rahhi Dr. Isaac Lewln. prominent Polish Jewish leader and Mr. 6a,mu.-l Seiimidt of Cincinnati, who e visiting France as representatives of the organization, are pictured with the first group of Jew's'' orphans who have survived | Hfnnaa horrors. "The Vaad Hahattaia and Rehabilitation" has repre•entatives and committees funcwotting in European countries and occupied with extending relief to J ne rp mnants of the Jewish people _^Europe,.As part of lU_rfibAbJlitatlon program, the "Vaad Hahatzala and Rehabilitation" representatives are erecting children shelters In several lands, to house the orphans they are rescuing dally and who are homeless and lacK clothing as well as food. The children pictured above are only th first of a larger group which will be brought to the newest shelter which the "Vaad Hahatzala and Rehabilitation" has erected in Ville, juif. France. Dr. Lewln Is pictured In the second picture fastening a "Mezuzah" on the doorpost of the shelter. The children who were In tatters, look on, dressed with the first clothes their American co-religionists have sent them through the "Vaad Hahatzala and Rehabilitation.'* INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN WAR BONDS As reports from liberated Europe highlighted the eravity of the situation of the surviving Jews, the a C cn< ies of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugee., Overseas Needs and Palestine took prompt measures to expand their programs to help Jews in distress during the coming critical winter in Europe and to make possible the settlement in Palestine of Urge numbers of the homeless and the displaced. Photos show (left) warm overcoats being baled at the Joint Distribution Committee's supply station at Teheran for shipment to Jews in Poland by way of the Soviet Union; (right) refugees from Europe, including former prisoners in concentration camps, arriving in Palestine where the United Palestine Appeal is making provision for their rehabilitation and permanent settlement. i.-/ .; i 1 foundation in 1940. Field wrestling crown. about rabbinic literature. .,U.J.A. AGENCIES EXPANPVROGRAM TO AID EUROPE'S JEWS | I ..'* %  ^d&jSfegKadfpM^



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PAGE SIX Jenist-nurkKeun I iheJokvil^bJEIIiDridBoyp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2 -1141 Entered as Second class Matter July 4, 1(30, at the Ppst Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, !, 87 Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor Miami 18. Fla., Friday. October 12. 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 41 HESHVAN 5, 5706 The Palestine Situation The shooting has started in Palestine. Seven Jews were fired at by troops of the Transjordan Frontier Force. The British officer in charge said it was all a mistake. He apologized for it. The apology, of course, does not heal the wounds of the seven innocent Jews. A grave situation has been growing up to a grand climactic for some time in Palestine. The British government had brought to Palestine very considerable military forces, and the Jewish population, too, seems egually determined that such Jews as have survived the horrors of Nazism, knocking at their doors, shall be admitted. Doubtless, the British government feels that they will have no difficulty in coping with the Jews That is one of the reasons why it has never sought to appease the Jews. It might have tried to appease Hitler at Munich. It might try to appease the Arabs and allow the former Mufti to roam about and live on the fat of the land freely, but who is going to "stick up for Jews." I saw ghetto a survivor reports. 1 3 3 r I ... I ne dollars sends a kosher It is here that American Jewry has the opportunity to show f„„d package to a hungry child that it is not as weak as is supposed. Fortunately, we have via Food for Jewish Children of President Truman in the White House. According to a story in Europe, Inc.. R U3 West 42nd st. the New York Times, President Truman is thought to be williing \ ccnt 'j ncreasc j n migration BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mail received at Jewish Florldlan it office box. Over 70.000 Jews and nonJews jammed Madison Square Garden for a militant Zionist demonstration last week. More than 2.000 political detainees were thrust in Palestinian and Sudanese concentration camps without accusation or trial. The 21-year-old Hebrew Institute of Technology at Haifa is approved by the Vets administration for education of American veterans under GI Bill of Rights. Some 1,000 American rabbis, largest number to sign any single document, addressed an appeal to the ••conscience of Great Britain" demanding immediate opening of Palestine. The 48th annual convention of ZOA. to be held Nov. 16-20 will determine allocation' of $500,000 expansion fund. CIO President Murray warns Attlee continuation of resterictive Palestine policy will harm anglo-American relations. While AFL President Green cables that American labor is uncompromising in support of Jewish aspirations in Palestine. No anti-semitism existed among 20,000 Christians in Waractivity during the past few months. United Nations will set up an Educational and Cultural Organization in London Nov. 1. Eternal Light will broadcast 'My Father's Tails' 11 a. m. Sunday over WIOD. Possibility of test discriminatory policies in U. S. colleges which continue percentage quotas against minority groups. BEVIN RECEIVES LEADER to initate a more active American policy regarding Palestine, including United States commitments. Recent London reports 6ay that President Truman's letter to the British Cabinet requesting the admission to Palestine of the approximately 100,000 displaced European Jews has catapulted the entire Palestine question into a level of discussion which must lead to results. The reported decision of the British Ku Kll K i £ Cabinet to accept its sub-committee's report counselling rejecforecast by ADL. .Vets protion of Jewish Agency demands has created a furore in Jewish circles throughout the world, with resultant tension in Palestine. Dr. Weizmann, following an emergency conference of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain, has declared that the Palestine issue had reached a "critical stage," but that the Jewish people will not accept any solution whose nature may prevent the rebuilding of Jewish national life in the Promised Land. The American Zionist Emergency Council, in a public letter to Prime Minister Attlee, went squarely on record that "no palliatives" will do. Adding to the mounting tension are reports from all parts of Europe that the Jewish survivors are clamoring for Palestine. That something must be done for the displaced Jews in Europe, and for those who find their former homes uninhabitable, is indisputable. To leave them in their present plight would be criminal. But while rescue protestations are heard all over, there is no action The British Labor Government, evidently determined to pursue the foreign policies of its predecessor, seems to be adamant to the question at this time, despite pre-election promises and pledges by the Labor Party. The very leaders who once warned Chamberlain that the Labor Party would not consider the White Paper policy binding on subsequent governments are cool to all pleas The very men who bitterly attacked the White Paper as a vicious and discriminatory anti-Jewish document are now silent. Assuming—and even this is questioned in many circles— thaet the British Labor Government is in no position at this time to settle the question of a Jewish State in Palestine, what reason is there against rescinding a policy whose discriminatory character is so reminiscent of the Nuremburg Laws? Human dignity, Jewish dignity, demands that the specifically anti-Jewish White Paper be rescinded at once. NATHAN ZIPRIN LONDON(JTA) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, was rceived this week by foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and discussed the Palestine question with him. Present at the discussion was Colonial Secretary George Hall. At the same time, Zionist labor leaders, led by Moshe Shertaok. head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, were received by a special subcommitteee of the Labor Party executive for adiscussion of the Palestine issue. Reports emanating from usually well-informed sources, to the effect that several thousand Jews from the American zone in Germany have left for Palestine with the permission of Gen. Eisenhower are circulating in London. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency could not obtain any confirmation of these rumors in authoritative quarters. RABBI WISE HAILS CENTER EXPANSION Deserved Recognition Miami Jewry has reason to feel proud this week. One of its own leaders has been invited to become chairman of the 1946 Dade County War Chest campaign. While not confirmed, reliable sources reveal that chest officials have tendered an invitation to Stanley C. Myers to head the countrywide drive scheduled for January. Mr. Myers is considering assuming the major task. Myers is well known for his t'reless efforts, not alone on behalf H the Jewish community but of general organizations and civic endeavor as well. He has served as director and head of practically all of the major Jewish oraanizations. He was one of those instrumental in creating the Federation. He is now earning an enviable record serving his second term as president of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies. Stanley Myers has also made his keen judgment and foresight in the national organization field. We believe his acceptance of this responsibility would redound credit to himself, his people and his community, notwithstanding the service he would render in successfully raising needed funds for the Chest's worthy causes. Sufficient pressure should be forthcoming from the community to insure his affirmative answer. MR. EMOTT .^lL5225aJ "And I just loarned that they awarded a Congressioml Medal without looking into the soldier's ancestry, Q graceful!" TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE MtAjLctiy eorifccknM .By PHINEA6 J. BIRON. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise has wired a congrateulatory message to Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on the new half-million-dollar expansion shortly to be erected at Washington ave. and 17th st. His telegram read: "With deepest satisfaction I learned of the undertaking of the Miami Beach Jewish Center to build a great | synagogue cent*|\ Your presI ent building and facilities are so inadequate for the Center's far-reaching activities, that your building program has become a most urgent and imperative necessity. I congratulate you and my other good friends who are with you and will bring the program projected to triumphant conclusion." Leaders in the project include Rabbi Lehrman, Harry Sirkin chairman of the steering committee, and Samuel N. Friedland chairman of the fund-raising campaign. Freedom of speech mean careless talk! does not Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. FASCIST FRONT The sedition trials will be reopened. U. S. Attorney-General Clarke is in possession of brand-new material from Europe showing the tie-up between American and Nazi Fascists. Professor Haushofer, Hitler's geo-political braintruster will not be tried for treason. He was permitted to return his Jewish 'wife" who isn't Jewish at all. Leni Reifenstahl, former Nazi film star and producer, is treated like an American glamour girl by the American generals stationed in Germany. A JESSEL TRUE STORY. George Jessel sure is branching out Not content with being an actor, author and producer, he is now entering the business end of the bookpublishing field as well And incidentally, we'd like to tell you of George's comeback when the headwaiier of a Manhattan night club stood rather goggle-eyed because Jessel was escorting Lena Home, the beautiful Negro actress "Are you sure you hare a reservation?" the waiter insisted on asking, though at other times he had always welcomed Jessel with open arms George repeated that he had made the reservation "Who made the reservation for you?" the waiter then inquired And Jessel replied "Abe Lincoln" IN PRINT We note the recent announcement by Dr. Henry Noble MacCracken. president of Vassar college, to the effect that seven hundred textbooks at Harvard university are now being examined with a view to purging them of any references tending to increase prejudice. Which raises the question of whether Dr. MacCracken is equally busy with giving similar treatment to textbooks used by teachers and students in the college over which he presides How come that Bernard Postal in his fine article in Liberal Judaism on the contribution of Jewish genius genius to the invention of the atomic bomb, neglected to mention the name of Alexander Sachs? Though not a scientist, but an economist, Sachs played an important role in the atomic bomb project For it was Sachs who, in the fall of 1939, first broached to President Roosevelt the desirability of encouraging work on the development of atomic energy for military purposes From tht first letter of Sachs" grew the $2,000,000,000 project that won the war ... All of which reminds us to congratulate Alexander Sach s on his secent marriage That autobiography on which Bernard M. Baruch has been working is just about up-to-date (now. but he has no intentiousdl publishing it at this time.,.I The 75-year-old Baruch has si intention of bunging his II story before the public ontilhnl ready to retire from active ma I —something hi doesn't expectl| do for many ;i year. AMONG STARS. Arthor L. Mayer, the ihuM man who did such a swell fk for the Red Cross during lb war, is now headed for theFi i East where he will connsa the good work by cooperanai in a March of Time film aM the Red Cross in thate am Leonard Lyons reports M when little Sonya, daughters! pianist Vladimir Horowiti M New York's Mayor LaGuarini he said to her: "I know joo grandfather. Maestro Toscuini. and I think he's the ftm est musician in the world", Whereupon Sonya nudged W mother and asked: "Does.it know Daddy?" Now M pianist Hepsibah Menuhin I just anA merican housei your only chance to hear %  music is in the records • makes with her brother, w linist Yehudi Thats*W we hasten to call your it tion to the new Menuhin m issued by RCA Victor in *W this gifted pair play f.f, thoven Sonala No. I %  Minor for violin and pianoGone to Hollywood is Liiiw Adler, who'll be makini screen debut in your ntijU* hood movie theare *•* long •. s ? rr T 1 h e rt Fannie Brice's illness wsj may force her to ** nit.ly from the entertain"*" field. TEL AVIV (JTA.-Fift> n gS tanks and armored "rs" 1 ^ through the main "{!" jjM Aviv one day this week ina onstration of BnUin-> rm might and its ability to suPPany possible disorders. At the same timejjje 5 druth decided <> conUW*g drive for enlistment J g %  the Palestine regularP-j well as for supernumerary units. It also decided to J | the enlistment of Je Jewish Brigade. K Tel iff At a meeting ^ the gomunicipality. Mayo r i *$M Kach reported that t he r g Government has gfftj city's budget for the c w* cal year, which totals W* g The political ^jjl country is not P ve froB Jewish community u ,t$,J tinuing its every-day PW*. evidenced, by j h urred** events which have occ ing the last few da>s



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IY. OCTOBER 12, 1945 -Jmisti Hcridlian PAGE SEVEN lio Star to Be Sholom Guest Tellefien, Station WGBS critic, will highlight the r,e of the Beth Sholem sisterhood Wednesday afte r noon at 2 p. m. at the Temple. She wills talk o n "Movies and Manners." Mrs. Tellegen began her career on the N. Y. stage at the age of 17 and has appeared in 25 Broadway muELLEGEN s j ca i comedies ramatic plays. She was for%  odated with the Nation|BuMneer Women hub No. 1, Pioneer Women's lani/.ition of Greater Miami, Id its first meeting of the at 8 p. m. Monday at the Eh David auditorium. Jnited States War Bonds are the nest investment. Suy More War Bonds. JORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS |ave your roof repaired now; you I! save on a new roof later •Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 4:4 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 TOP SOIL 4-0335 IGRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD I Soil and Fill of Any Kind I Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed HAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace TOVS Wholesalers Department Stores Retail Stores "e Cordially Invite You To Visit Our Showroom L J. LANN I. E. 1st Ave. Suite 228 Phone 2-4223 CAMPAIGN FUTURE STILL UNDECIDED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) W. H. A. are reported to be crystallizing sentiment toward divorcing itself from the united tie-up and launching an individual campaign for capital funds, prior to the end of this year. Several directors of the organization have revealed to the Jewish Floridian their intention of taking atcion at a board meeting o fthe group next Wednesday evening. Congregants of Beth David voted unanimously last week to authorize purchase of property adjacent to the synagogue for physical expansion The real estate deal has not yet been closed. In connection with the expansion program, the congregation is launcring a $100,000 fund drive. Temple Israel is planning for an $85,000 improvement program to lodge the temple. Beth Jacob, on Miami Beach, plans to erect an annex to their community building at the present time, to provide additional classrooms and kitchen facilities. Miami Beach Jewish Center previously announced a half-million dollar building fund drive and $450,000 is the goal set for a new temple and center building for Beth Sholom. While most of the members of the Committee on Community Needs were at the Beach conference, a portion of the committee, meeting at Federation's office, approved the continuance of negotiations with Beth Jacob and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation concerning their affiliation with the Bureau of Jewish Education. The committee also decided to recommend the Federation Executive committee to finance a survey of local kashruth conditions and administration by national rabbinic authorities. A special meeting of the Community Needs committeee with a group of local physicians to discuss a proposal for a Jewish hospital is being planned. Discussion of the suggested vocational service was postponed until after the first of the year. Senators Attack England's Position (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Palestine by all means at their power if Britain does not abolish Jewish immigrants will enter the White Paper. The resolution adopted at the various mecteings emphasized that the Jews in Palestine will not stand by and allow the country to be closed to the surviving Jews of Europe. Traffic Was partly disrupted throughout the country as a result of the strike and Jewish stores and offices were closed. To guard against incidents, military authorities declared all cities out of bounds for the day for soldiers on leave. British armored cars patrolled all Jewish-populated cities, and the protest meetings were held under close surveillance of British police units. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 THINKING IN TERMS Of TOTAL EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM CHILDREN ATTENDING m JEWISH SCHOOLS tOO.OOO JEWISH SCHOOLS 2200 JEWISH TEACHERS lOOO £*& i*M .• ... BLJ2eill t..'."llll ; i 1 *m ANNUAL COST OF JEWISH EDUCATION $600000000 A NATIONAL CLEARING HOVSE.A StmOLATim ANQ COCtDmAJlW BODY, A m&KNAW WORMA7M A&NCKA 8U~ R!AU OfSTAA/dM&S.GUIDANCeAMSt*PIA^IST^OPENSSTUDIO Miss Seaall To Wed Mai Levin Thursday Miss Adele Segall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Segall, will be married to Maj. Jack Manual Levin of Atlanta at 8:30 p. m. Thursday in Beth David synagogue. A reception will follow immediately in the Palm room of the Macfadden-Deavuville hotel. The bride-elect has chosen her mother as matron of honor. Maj. Levin's sister, Miss Ann Levin, and Mrs. Irving Shub will be maid of honor and bridesmatron. The Misses Ida Schwartz and Lorraine Davis, Tampa, will act as bridesmaids. Sidney L. Segall, Washington brother of the bride-elect, will be best man. Ushers include Hugh Emerson, Isadore Fine, Joseph Schwartz, Lt. E. Albert Pallot and Lt. Sidney Wolfeld, Miami, and Charles Held and Horris Levin, Atlanta. SHERTOK ULTIMATUM AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOB JEWISH EDUCATION LONDON (JTA)—"We are prepared to go into Palestine come what may, not only because we know that Palestine is ours and our need is great, but because we know there is no basic difference between Jewish and Arab interest in Palestine," Moshe Shertok, chief of the political department of the Jewish Agency, said here, addressing a mass rally .of the Zionist Youth Council. Mrs. Muxinc Rcimann Burke, formerly of Philadelphia, has opened a studio at 600 Lincoln rd., where she offers children's and adult courses in piano technique theory and sight seeing. Mrs. Burke is a composer, radio script writer and was recently with the Bach festival in Philadelphia. She has studied with Martha Bayer of the Maurice Rosenthal School of Music in N. Y., Dr. James Allen Dash, conductor of the Bach Festival, and Aurthur Cohen, director of the Library of Congress music department. Buy More War Bonds. IMami for REST CONVALESCENCI O~ICHRONICCASEJ un-RdyPark e a Ith Resort I1MO fOI SOOKUTL FOLLOW THE HURRICANES In Their Football Campaign TONIGHT — 8:15 P. M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL U. of M. vs. ST. LOUIS U. Good Seats, $1.20 to *3.0 at th Stadium. Student tickets. Oc FOR FUTURE GAMES Buy tickets in advance at Bur. dines, Miami or the Beach or University of Miami. SEE MIAMI PLAY "MIAMI U" of Ohio. Oct. 26 and U. of FLORIDA October 19. ELECTRIf AT CONSTRUCTIONAPPLIANCES — SERVICE Unity Electrical Co., Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 ^^^^^^ ^w w^^^ w ^^^*^^^^^ MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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.1 PAGE EIGHT mJerrttti FkrkHan FRIDAY, T SCHEDULES IE Everything from how to rhumba to a prescription for successful marriage is on the schedule of activities at the Miami Y this season. Dr. Albeit Dale Hagler, minister of the Bryan Memorial church, will give a series of lectures on successful marriage each Tuesday for the next four weeks. "The Physical Side of Marriage'" will be Dr. Hagler's subject for his first lecture Oct. 16 at 8:15 p. m. at the Town Y B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN building. Subsequent lectures will be '"The Family Council as a Cure for Family Friction" with a discussion of family finances and personality adjustments. "The Family Shrine: Building Spirit ual Foundations for the Home' and 'The Hurdles in Matrimony: Trouble Spots in Marriage." Edward Clarke of the University Miami Music school faculty will be the first guest book reviewer at the Y Nov. 12. Book reviews will also be given by Mrs. Loon Kaplan, Mis. Max Shapiro and Mrs. George Chertkot later in the season. Admission to these activities is free to members. Non-members will be charged 50 cents. Rhumba classes for adults will be taught by Miss Audrey Floyd every Tuesday evening beginning Nov. 13. The Y bowling team meets every Monday night at the Palace bowling alleys. Also planned at the Y are music appreciation, amatics group and a camera club. Classes m Yiddish literature for adults will begin Nov. 1. The third organization meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge 1591 B'nai B'rith was held at the Beach Y October 2. The lust part of the meeting was devoted to an excellent talk by Paul L. Greene, chairman of the new membership committeee. Mr. Greene sot forth his ideas for the organization ol the membership drive which was spearheaded with a talk by Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national director of Hillel foundation last night. Mr. Greene will begin the selection of his committee chairmen this coming week and will notify members of their selection. B'nai B'nth has set a goal ol 5.000 members and it is felt that by proper organization that this goal can be achieved. The balance of the meeting was devoted to the reading and passing of the now constitution and by laws, a job that was done with excellent skill by Messrs. Collet. Sap. lStein, liifkin and Burris. The Miami Beach Lodge is now ready to go to work! The B'nai B'nth Sholem Lodge is very happy over the award of a Certificate of Appreciation given to them Thursday evening by the Commanding Officer of the Miami Beach Service Base. Col. T. T. J. Christian, in recognition for the outstanding war service work which B'nai B'rith has sponsored and worked for during the last few years. People will never forget the amount of work necessary to put over such projects as the Blood Bank Nautilus Day Room. War Bond rallies. ervicemen s Petiti on MM (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) a nation and take part in tryI ing to keep permanent peace on | earth and good will towards our fcllowmen." From a doctor: "The medical profession in Palestine practiced amongst the Arabs and Jews alike. Trachoma would blind many more Arabs if not for the Jewish doctors. They need the Jewish '^civilize them. Open up Palestine for the Jews.'' From a staff sergeant: w hen overseas, I had an opportunity to visit Palestine where 1 was forced to notice and comment mentally on the situation. A barren desolate land that had never supported over two hundred thousand since biblical times now held a million and a half Arabs. The Arabs and Jews worked side by side to their mutual advantage. The other side of the story was simple. The Arabs once feared that the Jews would outnumber them. Thanks to Hitler, that is now impossible without mass migration from the U. S.. hardly likely. Why can't the homeless of Europe be given a chance there?" From a Canadian GI: "If one of the basic precepts of this war is to permit all people to live in an atmosphere of freedom from fear and want, then we urge that you, in your high office urge the establishment of an uninhibited homeland for the harassed world Jewry." From a staff sergeant: "Having enlisted in our Army not only as an American, but with the principles of an American in me that of fighting injustice wherever it might be found—I implore you as one American to another—to intercede with the British govern to abrogate the White Paper and to allow homeless Jews of the world, especially those of Europe to settle in Palestine so that they may try to lead a life without the fear of persecution and with a chance to build a real home such as all people are entitled to." —** TlTnZ*' -* %  >*"""*"' Mlion ...roa,' work er, of n,**y P J ,.„,., BT a n^ ..„.„,, The tabor, of a h ; iM)un THE SEUSCWS SBBTia. rnilNTY BLOOD IM** OADE covyrv D#** CO COMMUNITY CHtST OIL COMPANY ESTABLISHED -'•' A i|Dil MIAMI AND fORT CVEKCLADCS. *•" L,tt< <0 Jun C MtlviMe in Mi ""i Melody Tim,, Thu,.a. v ,. 6 30 0 .* uys *lOD



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)AY. OCTOBER 12. 1945 *Jeni$ti fkridiain PAGE NINE hST THE MAILBOX BLAME TEMPLE ISRAEL ^r Editor: was my "honor" to be infed this summer to the free course dinner and organizaL meeting of the American iincil for Judaism at a Lincoln restaurant. The crowd was made up preninately of members of TernIsrael, but in fairness to the lo record of the Temple for Vish causes, it should be stated at many present came out of jrtcsv to their hosts. -The main speaker was Rabbi Iron, then of Fort Lauderdale, ho quite clearly outlined the Story of the organization. In %  e talk the Rabbi pointed out Lit the Council was formed by Tgroup of Reform Rabbis who not in sympathy with the lonist cause. Attorney Feibelan rose several times to comliincnt the Rabbi on his talk id suggested that reprints be lade. I hope that you get the toortunity to publish the adfess as it clearly points out the feganization's origin. jMr. Ben Bronston, reading Nth all the fervor of a very sucfcssf'.il Lincoln rd. realtor, emtiasized that we are Jews only in ligion and nationally we are bnericans. That really got the Btriots all "het up." Another speaker. Capt. Goldtein, recently out of the army, aid he was an American and try serving gefilte fish. Yours truly, MORRIS J. HARRIS 1502 N. W First ave. LEAVE US ALONE To the Editor: I was very interested in the report of my friend. Dr. ThcoThey know their own weakness. They will never call a massmeeting such as was held recently by all other Jews at "the Madison Square Garden which mustered out a crowd of at least fifty thousand. They would not want to be counted. However, they do a lot of dore Bermari, on the* meeting of i harm Thoy tarnish a good alibi the American Council of Judaism held on September 27. 1045. Dr. Bcrman very ably picks the flaws in their arguments. If time and space permitted, many more flaws could be found in this structure built out of "thin air." These people suffer from a complex, their "Jewishness" bothers them. They would liketo get rid of it, or at least reduce it to a minimum. They are the appcasers in Judaism, they are under the delusion that the anti-Semites have to be placated. They want us, Jews, to be "lower than grass and quieter than water" in order not to be too conspicuous. They forget that no matter what we do, the anti-Semites cannot be appeased: our very existence is a thorn in their eyes. The better we are, the more they hate us, bcause that is their nature: they are intolerant, narrowminded, mean, sometimes even brutal and bestial. Not that we Jews do not have any faults. We are human: perhaps not any better, but certo the powers to whom we appeal for our rights. "The Jews cannot agree on what they want" —and that settles it. Why don't they leave us alone? They don't want to be Jews, well, good riddance! They don't want Palestine—who wants them there? But why should they interfere? Why should they try to deprive others of the only haven left for them? DR. MEYER J. GLICK, 311 Lincoln Rd. TURK TO HEAD STATE BB DRIVE Harold Turk, president of Sholem Lodge of Miami, who has been appointed by Jesse Fine, president of B'nai Brith's Fifth district, as Florida State membership chairman for 1945-46, will supervise state phases of the national membership drive which starts Oct. 30 and continues through Nov. 30. Turk will visit the B'nai B'rith lodges in Florida during : Miramar School Holds Saturday Classes at the only flag he would fight tainlv not anv worse than any r would be the Stars ar%l iti ipes. That really put them the mood to march on PalesSno and take it in the name of fther the United States or [rabia. I am an American and proud kf it too. But I like to think as jo most Americans, including our treat President, of the thousands : homeless Jews whose only .lvation is Palestine. Of course it is pretty hard for |lie American Council for Judaism to worry about the plight of tarving homeless Jews after Iheir full course dinners which precede their meetings. Aside from being a nuisance, ne can thank the Council for jniting a Jewry behind the Zionist cause. see where their last dinner at the Urmey hotel drew only fifty people though they had a mble feature of flag-waving tabbis. At the organization ma-ting there were more than leventy. Maybe they ought to other group. We should strive for improvement, in order to be better Jews, better Americans, better humans: but we should do this on general principles, not in order to please anybody. In their appeasement these Jews want to throw off all the distinguishing features of the Jews, cultural and moral. They I claim that they are a religious group and a religious group only and that is their only distinguishing feature. The joke is that they are not religious: what little religion they do have is a. anything but Jewish. Then, what kind of Jews are they? Well, that is the kind of Jews they want to be. Dr. Berman ascribes too much importance to the council as a factor in Judaism. Spiritually they are degenerated, perfectly impotent. Their following numerically is insignificant. They constitute a small fraction of one per cent of the American Jews. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington. Avenue, Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Orthodox — Friday evening services at 5:S0 i. in. Saturday morning services, B:30 a. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will .-!>••.ik on "Walking With" God." Cantor Louis Feder will riiant the services. Junior congregation services for boys and girls of elementary school M^-will be in-ill Friday at 5 p. m. under the direction of Cantor Feder and Saturday at it a. in. umi<-r the direction nf H. QrosS, assiMeil by Sam Schai hno. Isaac Hag-en will present the Klddush. Shalosn Budos at 5:30 1>. m. Sunday Srhool sessions begin :it 10 A. M. Sunday School induction exercises will be held ill 7::i p. m. A program of recitations, songs, awards ami refreshments will be presented All children anil ailuits are Invited. Registration is now going on for daily religious school. Several inquiries have come to the Floridian concerning the holding of classes on Saturday rather than Monday at the Miramar school. It has been learned that the change in daily schedule is due to the fact that Mrramar is now a demonstration school, Classes are held on Saturday to allow teachers from other schools to observe new education methods being used at Miramar. A similar situation exists at the M e r r i c k Demonstration school in Coral Gables. Pupils who do not wish to attend classes on Saturday at the Miramar school may transfer to other schools in the vicinity. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue—Friday evening services at .".::'.'! p m. Saturday morning services, 8:30 a. in. Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third Street. — Friday evening services at 5:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 m. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ELECT BLUMENTHAL Ed Blumcnthal has been installed as president of the Miam' each Senior high school. Assisting him as vice president is Bob Kaye. Other officers of the council include Jarkie Rosen, treasurer; Helen Mamber, corresponding secretary: Gloria Cohen, recording secretary. At the installation ceremonies, the president introduced his new cobinet members as follows: Danny Kohl, scretaiy of the inteior; nnabel Wald, assemblies, Lou Peters, athletics: Barbara Firestone, social affairs: Larry Sirkis, safety: Jim Spiesbergei, war bonds; Stuart Jacobs war stamps; Alan Fox, parliamentarian: Pat Fuller, historian. Palm Beach MRS. MABY SCHREBNICX RepraaantotlT* LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK— CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach. Fla. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 139 N. W. Third Avenue; Max Shapiro, Rabbi: Conservative — Services will be held this evening at 5:45 o'clock and tomorrow at 8:30 a, m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will official.-, student services, begun l.isl Saturday, are directed by Sidney Dlckson, Frank Oreenberg and Charles Roeenblltl at 10:30 a. in. Sunday School classes bi irin at In A. M Boys who have liecome bar mltsvah will meet at noon Sunday for brenkfnsl and to form a bar mltsvah class. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, faaturia Nationally Famous Southern Dairies" MB (IIAM duett and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE ^w ****^***^* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, Rabbi: Conservative Kalihalas Shabbos, 6 p. m. Saturday morning services. :• a. in. The Junior congregation will meet at in a. m. Minclia. 5:30 p. in. and Shaloah Stndos. 5:45 D. hi. Natindav. Dally sci vices are held ;it -, a. in. and •":!•". |> m llabl.i I.ehrmnn will in-each on the WeeklyPortlon of the Law Saturday morning. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant the services A Young .Itulea rally for children from in to In years old will lie belli tomorrow night at 7: t.1 o'clock. A7.A. I-.I-.I;. Bar Mluvata breakfast, 9 a. m. Sunday. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Avenue, at 41st Street. Miami Beach; Leon Kronish. Rabbi: Liberal —I-inlay evening services 3:13 o'clock. Rabbi Kronish will speak on 'Noah s Ark and Columbus" Santa Maria."" A social hour will follow the service with tinMesdames Charlotte llaae. B. Salsman, A. Blatl and I. Marcus as hostesses. Saturday service. 10.30 a m Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant A l". minute organ prelude will precede each service Bye Tellegen, theatrical director and radio commentator will be guest speaker at an ,,,„.,, meeting of the slut erhood Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL,'1377 N. W. 19th Street; Saul Appelbaum. Rabbi: Reform — Friday evening service 8:15 o m. Mrs. Norman Kossman is in charge of the reception in Kaplan hall which win follow the %  ervlce. Mrs Harold 1!. Cohen will read the Sabbath candle service and give the blessing. Saturday morning service at ii o'clock. Sunday School, 10 a. m, \n children who had birthdays in August will lblessed this Sunday. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 ke£p tkem'in (/cm* MEDICINE CABINET ^J TIT AIM.Bellas? fee Headache, "Morning After" Aehlaaj MeSlesTAtM Indliestfea. Pleasant, T effictlTe. 10. and •. ONEQDAY VITAMIN .a TABLEi [tab. Vltsmfn jwtener at low feat— ONB-A-DAT Vitamin Tablets. A mai D tablets in the yellow bos—B-Oosaplsx tablets hi the gray boa. that period and, together with George J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, will attend a state executive meeting in Tampa Oct. 20 and 21, to help plan the membership drive. Dr. A. L. Sachar's address before the combined membership of B'nai B'rith and its affiliated chapters in Greater Miami last night initiated the local phase of the national membership drive campaign. The new Miami Beach Lodge headed by George J. Bcrtman. Miami Beach realtor, is the first new lodge to be formed in Florida in several years. It is understood that the charter for the Miami Beach lodge will be received shortly. All persons joinZIONISTS SPONSOR ESSAY CONTEST War bonds and books are the prizes offered by the American Zionist Emergency council to the winners of the second annual essay contest for youth. Entrants may pick ony of thr following subjects for their essays "Why A Jewish PalestineNow,' "What Zionism Means To Me and My Future." "Chalutziut —A Challenge merican Jewish AYouth Must Meet.' "Why All American Jewish Youth Should Support Zionism," and w hy American Non-Jewish Youth Should Be Interested In Zionism.' The contest is divided into three age groups—10 to 13 years, 1 to 17 years, and 18 to 25 years, A S50 war bond will be the first infi this lodge prior to Jan. 1 will prize j n eac h group. Two S25 war be charter members. "JEWISHCALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: CHANUKAH First Candle. Friday, Nov. 30 W^Ht'jrtfKaW 1 ipoiiHpm **•* ijw W Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 bonds will be the second prizes in each group and three pr'zes of S10 worth of war stamps will be awarded the thid winners in each group. Twenty books on Jewish subjects will also be awarded and .-> special award of a S50 bond will be added if any essay is considered of unusual excellence. Rules of the contest may be obtained from the council at 342 Madison ave. New York 17. The contest closes Nov. 30. saMl *o COGUST BROS Ry^ ^ Is the BEST.' OH. MILIt RVIN|V IrrlfaC or Slaapla— llty, Hsadaeks, end B 11 .ae.est when *V*J Te Taosioe. Use only as dlrnted. PIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with v^^JaNNJV^SflBERUNG materials. f \\\V' Quality construction and r ~\ \\y economy. Prompt service. 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PAGE TEN > h M i,1**>| ,.„.,,,„ %  v „ joxvlDh I'onaress, Women a Invtalliitton L,unrh< hV.loralion HuilK-oi i ommlttee, s 1 • in r. iti Ted.iy. October 18. 1946: |l, in .'n> '• %  %  • Staterhood x '" ,wii •\— Un-ture, S 15 P M. Wednrari.it. October 17. ''Vwn \ Hoard M Temple Beth Sh Meetins „ ,„,, Monday, October 22, 1945: Ml ml Beach Jewlal CYnl i ~ %  ; hood lum u in at t'entei tVd Bee. e '•' %  Miami Sen I ? %  '" • Tow n Y ROSS MANAGES OIL TERMINAL Veteran of the original development of what is now Port Everglades, Preston Ross has reI turned to the scene of his work 20 years ago as new ly appointed ; ,: oi the Belcher Oil Cornpan) t> i minal thei e. Ross was associated with the Hollywood Engineering company e being transferred to the ect at Porl Everglades in %  12 > with the George U Hill Engineering comi In 1930 be ame assoi iated with the Florida Power Bnd Light comFace Facts "SS'&SSS* Mianti Beach YMHA. With a modest beginning in December 1944 when 12 servicemen wore the guests of the Lodge, popuof the Sunda) breakfasts spread rapidl) to the point where 225 to 275 servicemen and en, who haih : I rom practi, cally ever) state and ny gn countries including Russia, England and China, wore served elaborate breakfasts as the its I Ige. The oi gan :at m's coopei I drives, the %  of the the Bl nd, and : triotic proi s, is also %  p j i bute I • the Won n Aux as well %  %  ths of the AZ V BZB AND YOUNG WOMEN'S f the s rvices acI n 1 th L >dge BUREAU SUPERVISES MJOC EDUCATION A Tribute To Wilkie Lost We Forget This week. the Wilkie Memorial building was formally opened. With American dignitaries and representatives of the United Nations participating, the memory of a great American was dedicated in mortar and stone. The list of celebrities bowing to the memory of one of America's great ineluded Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Monsky (national president of B'nai B'rith), Helen Haves. Sumner Welles. Justice Mi ier Steinbrink and representatives from Great Britain. China and France. Many of us recall quite vividly th shock and deep feeling of experienced upon receiving the news of Wilkie's sud%  o. Perhaps the passing I n other national figure in recent years, with the exception of Fanklin Delano Roosevelt. US more deeply. All liberty loving people had lost B staunch friend. One of cracy's mainstays had gone. Wendell Wilkie will long live in the hearts and minds of con• A•• II :. .ins of the late and early 40*8. His influence upon our time i, p^ I and historic. Wilkie's "One World" h* payed the way to the coneepji a United Nations charter Z a private citizen, he contributed more than any other cona* man to Am. understands of its role in this "One WoW and to the m< aning of *'£* unity, both at home and abS It is most appropriate that ik. Wilkie Memorial building S house various inter-faith T cies. all dedicated to present aM translate into greater effects nss the ideals and principles d American demoe:.. The spirit this trulv 2,-Mt American citizen will live on. His ideals and philosophy a.t consecrated in a li : Memotf and are reflected in the following quotation from the chartero( the Wilkie Mem irial building"Educating men and women in the fundamentals of religkxa and racial toleran •%  ~. provemtnt %  :' : _-; mental viewpoint in relation thereto: combatting by education the advocac %  •. ny doctrine which may pn h orursj religious, racial intolerance or ant CHIROPODIST RETURNS ... >J< DOG D to I signation of Rab' %  s •%  •• Api t th< Mii mi lox Congregatior th B I Jewish Edu I n :' • %  .'• • %  at th -•.-..ntil s %  • nl plans ai e worked ZIONIST DISTRICTS PLAN MEETINGS NEXT WEEK Mer s of 1 M ami B : sti • f the Zi nist Oi ganiza.a will elect offit their meet ing at p m : • r mde B th Sh I >m T M n Z %  D 51 : will .. ... .. N •• %  ; % ... 3 I tortum I Results I the ting Id 1 -•. • W •• • c.. w ill liscussion %  --'..-stinc --. •• final %  s -•.. %  • fes members t •iit t lues, tr .. ih< Palesi ns ~ lis* S •.•..:-..• MlPAINTING JTD Decorating pany and with them until h %  ined ::^^ ; I forces in Man h :-M! H ^L-^nt a vear and a half • t i neei tl n and hi i attained th< i ank I serge, nt w h n he l ic army in %  ber 1944. Upon his retun Ross joined 1 pany as sales representativt :r. Browand Pal Be, nties. [n additi n I his n w d ties as n nager. Ross will eoni inu in :•.... _v t Bel h< i salt n th< nties i sentmg I mi an) t : n< .: I) two years. T I pan' -..:.: %  at Ft I Dr. Hi: bert Feinberg. chiropodist, nnounces his return to private practice after four years in the Army medical corps. Dr. Feinberg spent 37 months overseas in Australia, New Guinea and the Netherlands West Indies. He has i ne battle star. Before entering the Army.D r. Feinberg practiced here. His new offi > at 311 Lincoln id. GROUP AIDS IN LOCATING RUSSIANS rhere is p poss tv of tmg relatives in th< s 5 Soviet tion tl jg : Infoi maS <: Red -%  '•' Ai tions Russiar n be led 1 Union I K.-ss..;" Jews. ] ied n this s for i past tr ars i .._.. I %  J< • ..--".'.'. • >tained '•'. 5t it-Si York. 18. N Y IDC SUPPLIES TO SWEDEN Stockholm — Twenty-e i g h 11 tons of medical supplies and surgical instruments, large quantitter, eggs, vegetable fats, kosher meat, and other .ii I : xl supplii were sent from Swed I tuti Jews in Czechoslovakia in A st .' D been ad• I ugh :• lial l< sources I at 24.000 Jews are in Slovakia and 12. M in Bohemia-Moravia. %  ( \ :. —The Jewish comMexico has organized a C n I t th< J r.\ for the purpose of increased cooperat I n the J D C. and the el :I Mexican Jews on tsed Jews overFine, practically new. bungalow. S. W. compl. furnished. move in now. SI2.000. good terms. 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;TOBER 12, 1945 *Jewi$t fhridtian PAGE ELEVEN MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federate I The Jewish Weliar* Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Servi jon Service WK n M F\ r\ r\ BRV1CE ~-njr.. son of Mr Herbert Roth. 5036 base been named a %  or for 1945-46 in the the Manlius school, t Saul Broda, 1931 Mcrihas been placed on nfcs i S at the separation liami Beach. Recently Id from the same base George Fechter, 1416 Aviation Cadet Freelevins. 2352 S. W. Third con discharged from the liival separation center, bn. S. C. Benjamin F. Fried, drive. North Isle. Miami ti-jved at Newport News Ik aboard the Jess MerRubin M. Dayan, son of Mrs. Ray Dayan, arrived 0 n aboard the Kokomo Sunday after three years duty. Ironze Star medal has ented to Cpl. Dave son of Charles Kron145 N. W. Fifth St., for ling service at New „ Bougainville and Luzon. Bias the Silver Star medal, jlbat Infantrymans badge |o battle stars. After 39 duty he has returned Inder the Army's redent plan. Sgt. Gerald M. Shulan, [Mrs. Esther Shulan. 1607 [Eighth st., has been aslo the Middletown, Penna., rhnical Service command fit, ad field. fck.ilan entered the Army ;intl is a veteran of 12 oerseas. He served in and was a prisoner of !i i many for eight months. s the Air Medal with two the Purple Heart: Unit and the Good Conduct laduate of Miami Senior t 1. he was formerly I y the civil service in bgh. ILouis Fine has returned to farms Station in Virfter a ten-day furlough at :< • t his parents, Mr. and dor Fine, 334 N. W. SecPrivate In Europe Sees Necessity For Zionism orv This is a letter written to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Greenbaum, 1568 Washington ave.. by their son, Pvt. Richard Greenbaum. Sept. 18 Leghorn, Italy. Dear Mom & Dad, I have seen a lot of misery and suffering since I came overseas but generally I don't even notice them any more. This is a necessary defense for a soldier over here for were it not for that a normal life would be impossible. However, yesterday I saw and heard something that really moved me. Yesterday was Yom Kippur. | As the services here were strictly GI and we had heard that there were civilian services in town, we decided to stroll over there. The people there showed in their appearance what they had gone through in the last few years. They were worn and tired looking. But they were proud. They seemed to advertise their religion and what they wanted from us above all else was a mazuza. ... I was attracted to the prettiest girl there. She acted somewhat strangely and it developed for a reason. She had. with her two brothers, returned to Leghorn ten days before. They had, along with two others, been the sole survivors of the 500 hundred Jews in a concentration camp in Bologna. They all had been sterilized and had their hair cut off. They are living in a refugee asylum they have no beds or clothes they have no jobs or prospects of one. They are hungry beater., alone among themselves with a past that is better forgotten and a future that is dark at best but, unlike some individuals that you and I can think of back home, they are proud of what they are. Another group who are even in more dire straits are those who have no homes to go to. They are cared for in a slightly improved version of the concentration camp. They are not interested primarily in food or money or clothes. They want only one thing and that is to get to Palestine. ... I am convinced that Zionism is something it is the duty and personal obligation of every American Jew to back with all the means at his aid one thing I will swear is Europe won't be the place to go to in the next 50 to 100 years. This is no haven, it is a hell. As always. DICK. Levine Describes Services TJIAIL... This is a New Year's card lhat was V-mailed to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick by Lt. Stanley G. Dorfman, of the Headquarters Squadron, 75th Air Service group in the Pacific. IERBERTS RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET David and Florence Schiller Formerly at Howard Plaster Street Store Serving full course Meals at ModPi.es Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream made on premises. ^11 Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb of Miami Beach IIIIIMIHIIIHIIIimil OUBY PAINTING ICO. I Howard Levine. aviation ordinance man, 2-c, has been overseas in the Pacific for the past year. Before entering the Navy three years ago, he attended the University of Florida. A graduate of Gordon Military college, he is the son of Mrs. Minna Lavine, 2117 S. W. Fifth St., to whom he wrote the following letter. Dearest Mother: Tonight I attended the most impressive religious service that I have attended in my life. Just a few months ago I told you of the consecration service which I participated in, at San Francisco. Of course, the consecration service was in charge of the chief of Jewish Chaplains of the Navy, Commander Straus, but our service was our own tonight. Yom Kippur is a definite and important part of our religion and if I missed the services this year it would be the first time in my life. You know as well as I do, that I could never be ilassed as a good Jew. I know no Hebrew and very little Yiddish, however, I've always made an effort to attend services whenever possible, and services are something I've had to miss since I've been overseas. Tonight eleven of us got together and conducted our own Yom Kippur service. If any Orthodox or even good Jews attended our service, I'm sure that they would have felt very badly knowing what Jews we were. But we are Jews out here, and because we are Jews we wanted to observe our Holy Days. We found it rather difficult giving the service and our Kol Nidre was in English, but we did manage to stumble through it all. And then, I conducted a Yizkor service. I know it wasn't good, but I know Daddy will understand that I tried, and because of him I tried my best to make Mind it very difficult to express myself, but I guess it all amounts to the fact that Im proud to be a Jew. From now on were going to .! try and have services every Friday It will be almost impossible to have a minian, but we can get t0 WcH? r Mom. I just wanted you to know that even though I m 12,000 miles from home l sun think of you and all of my dear After serving 14 months in the European area. First Lt. Harold Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Michelson, 1238 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, has been discharged with 128 points. Recently returned from France, he completed 40 missions as a bombadier-navigator. He wears the air medal with seven Oak Leaf clusters and has four battle stars on his ETO ribbon. His brother, a Pfc. Bernard Michelson, who spent 18 months in England, is home on a 45-day furlough. A graduate of Miami Beach high school he has six battle stars on his ETO ribbon anl shares a Presidential Unit citation with other members of the 490th Bomb group. First Lt. David Guttenmacher is spending his terminal leave with his wife, Martha, and their son, Edward, at their home, 1144 N. W. 29th Terrace. In service 44 months, Lt. Guttenmacher expects to be discharged late in November. While overseas for 14 months in Europe, he was attached to the 107th Field Artillery battalion of the 2 8th Infantry. He has four campaign stars. Philip William Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abrams. 903 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, has been promoted from aviation machinist's mate first class to chief petty officer at the Jacksonville naval air station. Among troops arriving on the Queen Elizabeth Tuesday was Sgt. Martin Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, 1700 S. W. 14th Ter. Sgt. Goldstein has been overseas for three years and in the service for over four years. Before being sent to Europe, he worked on the Canadian-Alaskan highway with the Army engineers. He recently saw action in Germany. The Goldsteins have two other sons in the service. Cpl. Aaron Goldstein is stationed in North Carolina and Cpl. Sidney Goldstein is overseas in Germany. SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Replacing Leaking Tanks DON. S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 3 50001 LICENSED AHobrsyneoCotfr/iAcms f 669 N.W. 6* Street, MIAMI 36. FLORIDA llimilllBIIIIHIIIIBIIIIBMIWIIlWIIII"" 1 ones at home. Lovingly. HOWARD 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. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jent§l> f/cridiair FRIDAY, AJC APPEALS FOR CHANUKAH GIFTS An appeal for Chanukah presents for European children lias been issued by Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national president of the Women's division of the American Jewish Congress. For the first time in six veai's Jewish children in Europe will be able to celebrate Chanukah. with the aid of the AJC. Deadline for si'ndinj* packages .s Oct. 13. Parcels will he shipped on "Unity" boats, so called beer, use Christians and Jews are • eooporatinK in the holiday seasson project The World Christmas Festival is sendinfi packages to non-Jewish children. Mrs. wise has made the foiAuxiliary Honors Aprils THE JEWISH IQUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME lowing suggestions for persons wishing to make contributions: Individual packages should weigh no more than four pounds. Sire should he limited to one foot by six inches. Gifts should be designated lor a child of a specific age and sex and. if desired, a specific country. The name and add', ess of the sender and the designee of the parcel should he clearly indicated on the wrapping. Write a short, friendly message to the recipient. Address letters and parcels for .cone:.il distribution to Congress Defense House, 50 W. 68th St.. N.u York city. Foods, clothing, toilet and sewing articles and games are on the list suggested as c:::> Sepor money ($3 to %s for one parcel may be mailed to she A.',' I Chan ikah gifi disti On 18th Anniversary A reception in honor of the 18th wedding anniversary of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April was given by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox C>:i ation last night at the irei Zedek Talmud Torah. Rabbi April has resigned from the MJOC to accept a post in nnah. Mrs R. Ofsowitz was chairman of the arrangement committee which consisted of Mrs. E. Moss. Mis. D. Kleeber. Mrs. H. Feldan. Mrs. H. Ross, Mrs. S. Kostoff, Mrs. H. August. Mrs. H. Sklanskv. Mrs E. 1.. Becker. Mrs 1! Pearl. Mrs. S. Blank. Mrs. N. Siegal, Mrs. B. Sokoloff. Mrs 1 Buckstein, Mrs. H. \\\ iner. NOTICE! We call attention to our subscribers that effective July 15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian were increased to S3 00 per year, S2 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 • I |V MliairorM .1 Ibr Or.iin.l O.. ,1. ,. ,1 l|,,|.„,, Telephone 58 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 1111 Lincoln Road 1 2 Block East ol Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Orer S10.0O0.0O0.00 C, L. CLEMENTS. President QUESTION: What is a Levi? ANSWER: One of the twelve -ons of the patriarch Jacob was called Levi. As the families of these respective sons developed j into the tribes of Israel one tribe, which constituted the descendents of Levi. assumed his name as the tribal name. According to the Talmud no special importance was attached to this tribe until the event where the children of Israel worshipped the Golden Calf at Mount Sinai. The tribe of Levi refrained from this pauan practice and was henceforth given special recognition. Its members were set aside as those to Whom were assigned Ute tlohest functions ot the people, i.e. the care and promotion ol tile Temple and its services. Replacing the lust-born who wert previously so assigned, they became tincaretakers, tne priests and ttie singers in the Temple. In recognition of this station in j life it is still customary to give | the second "Aliyah" at the reading of ttie Torah. One who be| longs to that tribe is still called a Levi. QUESTION: What is a 'Kohen?" ANSWER: Of the entire Levite tribe one sect was assigned to ] tne highest duties in tne temple. I'nese were tile descendants of i Aaron the high priest. In every generation one ui Uiese would be c.oied tne "Kohen Godol" thigh priest; and the rest were K.ohanim' (priests). Among the tunctions ot tlie Kohen were the ottering of sacrifices, the bless' ing ot [he people ana other high i lunetions in the Temple. A member of this sect, who is I by definition a descendant of Aaron is called a -Kohen." Even ij he is entitld to th first Aliyah' at the reading of the he receives the redemption money for the first-born males, he participates in the 'Duchanen" tthe blessing cerem my) on the major festivals as well as several otner functions. QUESTION: Why is a "Kohen" foroidaen to be near a dead body or a grave? ANSWER: This injunction is und .:-. tne Bioie (Leviticus 21). tuccept for the next ot Kin wno are enumerated inerein, any contact or proximity witn a dead body u prohibited. Tne reason is sen evident S • i the priests were closely and constantly associated witn • : : •'• : the sanctuary, and one who had been near tne impunty of death was not allowed %  • %  santuary, special laws we instituted to guard aguinsi mpunty of tne priests and iisruption of the temple e Sen i to tne Almightv was constantly regarded as "a I life and those who were th. highest agents were thus pi hibited from naving conWith death, except where 1 %  '•• %  '• n< cessary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi.undersigned, desiring to engage i n business under the fictitious name of PAVES HANK TAVKRN at 2101 N. W. 17th Ave Miami, Florida, Intends to register Mid name with the Clerk of in., circuit Court of Dade Countv Florida. HARRY HEHMAX MORRIS GOLD MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 10/5-12-19-26 11/2 LEGAL CUlt O.urt^BggS .• %  NOTICE Is hereby Riven that the undersigned, desiring to engage in a under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentioned to-wit: WE1NKI.KS I.IQCOR STORES' 1709-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Florida; WEINKLES LIQFOR STORKS, Blscayne Boulevard. Miami, Florida: WEINKLES LIQFOR STORES. 221 I Ponce iv Leon Boulevard Coral i lables, Florida; Intends lo register aald names with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CARL WETNKLE. AARON WE1NKLE. LEO A. CHAIKIN Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys f'-r Applicants 10/6-lS-ll-M ll '2 NOTICE is hereby given that the lerslgned. desiring to encage In Inesa under the fictitious names .(• the locations hereinafter mention ed, to-wlt: CARLS MARKET. MIS Biseavne Boulevard, Miami, Florida: CARLS MARKET, IMS S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida; CAKES MARKET, Too West list Street Miami Beach, Florida: WEINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida: CARLS BAKERY, 7S". s. W. 19th Av< nue, Miami. Florida; DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY. MHO N. W. ISrd Street, M ami Florida: ntendt t" register said names with the clerk of the circuit Court of mty. Florida. CARL WEINKLE. lARON WEINKLE. IVAN C. BOWSER SR. Applicants. MYERS HEIMAN. Attorneys f..r Applicants. 10'5-12-19-2 11 2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE I7S06 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that L. E. i lOSS. holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Certificate Numbered 794-'. dated the 7th day of July. A. P. IM1, has filed said Certificate in my office and has made appll for tax deed to Issui thereon In accordance with law Said Certificate .-mbraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: I...I ".. Block M, Falrlawn. a Res'ih plat IU...U v Page V. In the County of I>ade. State of Florid i The assessi enl of aid property thi Certificate Issued was in • L. It. Warren. Unless • %  shall IM> rede. ording to law. taa deed will Is• then thi list day of October. A D., 194! Dated this Mth day of September. A I %  194 K B LEATHERMAN. erk of 'Ircult Court. Pade County, Florida. B) N. C STERRETT. D. C. • Coui t .•• M-10 3-12 19-26 UM f I' IIARRT ] ssvf $9 •:. IS HKR HffJ F U >. • • %  %  irttkS %  t Coun of j^Jl !$£ zvn, ft irlicaati ... ',.''"|"NTT jrrxn IN POR Inht I:E RENI-I: N0T, OF INTENTHM APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE fi. ."' %  %  %  %  % %  % %  ,.,., '.VnP -!: and. Th MAX R V tt %  %  f I-AWRESal Rl'THC SILVER "~1nlili|J 12-18 NOTICE N OF APPLICATIBI TAX DEED • % %  •,' mil • HEREBY St_ Z i K.ulUuifl .,••,; %  hered ••". i :. ted the litsri %  '.'• i saH C • • sift la I NOTICE I~ HEREBY GIVEN that [he in. ed, d.siring to engage • the fictitious name FLORIDA BPSINESS ASSOCI.V 1 s met I illding. Miami. tend to register said name e Clerk of the Cli uli Court of • Florida Ml'RRAY KASTOFF ,. WALTER A. TP.EPTE • > I 12-19-M NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that • to engage lne II dei the fictitious nam< R".td Company. L\ • %  : \\ iihiBfton \-. en H Miami Floi Ida, intends to reglstei with the Clerk of tl> I lit Court f I Mlc V>untJ F • id i MORRI8 GOODMAN. General Partner ABRAHAM GOODMAN. Umlted Partnei JACOB GOODMAN, ,,., Um.led Partner A Friedman Atl Applicants •2-19-26 11 2-9 LEGAL NOTICES S HER V OH EN %  %  %  -...•• is %  %  %  '. %  : i v I. Florida ".erk %  • r Me Co KA1 HRYN TATm I • %  NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that lea ring t.. engage lines* under the fictitious name : at IM N w •• Miami Fla., intends to regis• .th the Clerk of the Da '•• %  Mitw FlorlSII'NEY R BECK Mas R Silver ^• %  %  • Applicant l'i 12-19-2* 11 2-9 A. P %  • •: • I II. is %  H| • D %  Th' w* \, %  %  H< %  • >The %  %  I. 1*1 n la %  1 l Boos MUir.i. 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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 12, 1945

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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|ri)ME 18NUMBER 41
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
alestine Decision Expected; Tension Mounts
lapitol Funds Parleys
lontinue; United Drive
utcome Still Uncertain
IC o n t i n ued conferences
long civic leaders, the
sderation's Committee on
smmunity Needs and syna-
jue representateives were
eld this week, but at press
ne a final decision had
been reached on the
Inited Jewish Building Fund
jmpaign, temporarily post- I
jned due to existing cam-
signs of local houses of
Worship.
Vt a meeting on Wednesday
lit at the home of Carl
tinkle representaetives of Beth
cub, Beth Sholom, Temple
hie I Beth David, Miami
ken Jewish Center, and the
latin and Beach "Y's' met with
Federation's Community
beds Committee. A four-hour
n: rence revealed expansion
ans for each of the groups, be-
ining at S35.000 to a contem-
ned S650.000 program. An
;im:iioH tqtai of fi*nds needed
the present programs
nounted to almost SI,300.000.
>is figure does not include the
So.dOO quota as set bv the
ited Jewish Building Fund
mpaign for its four agencies.
Ii Miami and Miami Beach
|fc", Hillel and the Bureau of
Iwit-li Education.
friii' meeting was presided
fti by Stanley C. Myers, who
the conclusion of the general
kcussion presented^ recommen-
Itinns that call for:
|T" enlarge Federation's Com-
mittee on Community Needs to
Ickirte representatives from
jnammues and temples of the
|i Miami Area in addi-
on tn other organizations who
lav be interested.
To agree that all member-agen-
les represented on the Com-
munity Needs Committee would
ibmit their campaigns and
flu building plans to the com-
mittee for discussion; decisions
pt binding on member agen-
consult the Agency for
?immunity Needs on extra-syna-
JRuge programs; decisions not
Inding on member-agencies.
[To effect plans for studying
nd revising plans for a satis-
Jctory United Building Fund
lampaign.
1 Representatives present ac-
BPted the recommendations ten-
fctivelv awaiting further action
jy their respective organiza-
Ipns, the Community Needs and
]>e United Jewish Building Fund
Rmpaign Committee.
Ifni inR the deIav of the
|JBF campaign, members and
^rectors of the Miami Y. M. and
(CONTINUED ON PAQE 7)
Additional Clothina
deeded For Refugees
Additional clothing and medi-
\ nnn!?plles are needed to fill the
J*'"01" Pound quota set by Lodge
ini A i Jew'sh People's Frater-
M'Ui-tler, for Dade county.
| ine supplies collected here and
""uuhout the country will be
i"\'" ';e,fugees in Palestine, the
,,,, Unin. Poland, France.
Cth, ,1K|' Germany, Bulgaria and
r^i huiopean countries.
I niceiving stations have been
Cn,. p at a11 synagogues and the
ll'* '"K addresses: 350 S. W.
ImVs-S20 n- e- 2nd ave- and
line S. W 7th st.. Miami, and
Beach Palm ave- Miami
Chest Asks Myers
To Head 1946 Drive
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been in-
vited to be chairman of the 1946
drive of the Dade County Com-
munity War Chest.
Mr. Myers has not yet made a
decision whether or not to accept
the drive leadership, but it is
understood that he is considering
the invitation.
Last vear the Chest raised over
$600,000 in their annual drive.
John G. Thompson is president.
Formerly president of the Fed-
eration, Myers is now chairman
of its Committee on Community
Needs. He is serving his second
term as president of the Dade
County Council of Social Agen-
cies and has been director of
many of Miami's leading Jewish
organizations.
Dr. Sachar Outlines
Leadership Program
Senators Attack
England's Positio
Seven Jews Injured
In Clash With British
WASHINGTON (JTA)Demo-
cratic and Republican Senators
this week attacked the British
Labor Governments restrictive
policy toward immigration of
Jewish refugees into Palestine
and urged President Truman to
continue exercising this govern-
ment's influence for abrogation of
the White Paper.
In the first of a series of
speeches on the Senate floor.
Senator Robert Taft of Ohio ex- I
pressed strong approval of the,
President's action in trying to j
secure 100,000 immigration certi-
ficates for displaced Jews now in
Germany and Austria. He added !
that this request, even if acted.
upon by the British, remains "a ,
belated emergency measure." and
the fundamental problem con- (
tinues unsolved "We should
continue to exercise our influence j
as President Truman began to do.
toward securing from Great Brit-
ain a pledge to carry out the
Balfour Declaration.' Taft de-1
dared.
Agreement with Taft's views
was expressed by Senators Le- '
verett Saltonstall of Massachu-
setts: Ralph Brcwster of Maine:
Homer Ferguson of Michigan and
H. Alexander Smith of New Jer-
sey. Senator Joseph Guffey of,
Pennsylvania, recalling that the
Senate Foreign Relations .Conv,
mittee had withheld' a&ibn"6n a]
Palestine resolution last year at
the request of the State Depart- '
mnt. expressed the opinion that j
the committee should now con- j
sider such a resolution.
A three-fold program for com-
munity leaders was outlined by
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national di-
rector of Hillel Foundations, at a
United Jewish Building Fund
workers' dinner at the Roney
Plaza hotel Tuesday evening.
Leaders have the duties of
keeping the community informed,
instilling dignity and undertaking
their social responsibility, Dr.
Sachar said.
Leaders must recognize then-
responsibility to plan for the fu-
ture and continue to have vision,
he asserted.
In referring to the Building
Fund campaign which has been
temporarily postponed. Dr. sa-
char expressed his confidence
that the campaign will succeed in
giving justice to the needs of the
community" despite the many
problems now confronting the
drive.
Dr. Sachar emphasized ine
need for character building in-
stitutions to mold the Jewish
leadership of the future.
Harry Zuckernick, VJUt
chairman, presided at the dinner
Rabbi Albert Michels delivered
the invocation. The benediction
was given by Rabbi Saul Appel-
baum.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Several
Jews were arrested on Monday
during a general strike called to
protest Britain's closing the doors
of the country to Jewish immi-
gration.
In Tel Aviv 70.000 to 80.000
people paraded carrying flags
and transparencies declaring:
"We Will Fight to the Last Jew
Against the White Paper." Mayor
Israel Rokach. addressing a huge
mass meeting, warned Britain
that "we will not allow the Yis-
huv to be converted into a ghetto,
which would end in the same
fashion as the Warsaw Ghetto.
Although the Jews have been
weakened by their sacrifice dur-
ing the war. Mayor Rokach con-
tinued, they "will break the
strangling tie being thrown
thrown around them with the
help of bayonets."
Several thousand Jews crowded
a theatre in Jerusalem to hear
Chief Rabbi Herzog appeal to the
British Government, in behalf of
the Palestine Rabbinate, to open
the doors of Polestine "for the
survivors of the Nazi inferno.
Bernard Joseph, acting head of
the political department of the
Jewish Agency, addressing the
same gathering, warned that
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
JERUSALEM! JTA)Seven
Jews were injured, some ser-
ious, this week, in a clash
between Jewish settlers and
British troops.
The violence occurred near
the colony of Kfar Giladi when
about 70 illegal immigrants
were intercepted early one
morning by a patrol of the
Transjordan Frontier Forec,
which attempted to stop them.
The illegal immigrants, how-
ever, succeeded in reaching the
colony without incident, but
later the Transjordan Frontier
Force threw a cordon around
the colony. About 3 p. m the
police charged, the cordon was
attacked by colonists from the
neighboring colony of Tel Hai,
armed with sticks, who al-
temped to disarm the TJFF
detachment, which opened fire,
wounding seven Jews. The at-
tackers were allowed to enter
Kfar Giladi, taking two wound-
d with them.
The next day. however the
British officer in charge of the
Transjordan Frontier Force unit,
which fired into the group of
Jews apologized to the settlers,
declaring that his soldiers had
fired without his orders. Re-
sponsible Jewish circles mean-
while ridiculed the official com-
munique for charging that
Jews with sticks, attacked the
soldiers causing them to fire.
The Jewish leaders said it was
difficult to believe that men
armed only with sticks would
attack an armed detachment of
troops.
OTTAWA (JTA)The Canad-
ian Government was urged in
Parliament this week to support
Jewish demands for increased
immigration into Palestine, in an
address by Stanley Knowles. Co-
operative Commonwealth Fed-
eration deputy from Winnipeg.
Questioned whether he would
be ready to support the sending
of Canadian soldiers to Palestine
to fight the Arabs, if necessary,
Knowles replied that the question
was hypothetical, since he be-
lieved the Arabs were bluffing.
Zionists May Form
Emergency Committee
JERUSALEM (JTA) It was
learned from a usually reliable
source that the British Govern-
ment has decide upon its Pales-
tine policy, and will announce it
in Commons on Oct. 16. Its de-
cision may result in the immed-
iate resignation of all members
of the Jewish Agency, headed by
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, and the
establishment of an emergency
committee of all Zionist parties,
this source said.
A meeting of the Small Zionist
Actions Committee this week de-
manded the immediate removal
from Palestine of the Transordan
Frontier Force, which wounded
seven Jews near the colony of
Kfar Giladi, last week. Speakers
revealed that when the TJFF
was being organized. Zionist
I leaders demanded that Jewish of-
[f jeers and men be included and
that it not be restricte to Arabs,
' commanded by British officers.
| They were told, however, that
the unit was to be used only in
I Transjordan and was no concern
i of Palestine.
; The Jewish national council,
after a careful investigation of
! the incident, challenged the po-
' lice communique, which said that
| Jews from a neighboring colony
fired two shots, causing the
1 Transjordan frontier force unit to
reply. It established that the
I TJFF had 200 men. while only
thirty Jews were involved. Two
! settlers were shot in the back and
three others while lying on the
ground, the council said. The sol-
diers were ordered to fire by an
Arab Iieutenante and were halted
; by a British major who rushd to
the spot when he heard the shots.
LONDON (JTA)In an effort
to prevent illegal Jewish immi-
gration into Palestine, British
naval patrols are being reinforced
not only along the coast of Pales-
tine, but also the Greek and Ital-
ian coasts, it is reported here.
The Jewish Agency denied a
report published in a leading New
York newspaper that the Ameri-
can and British governments have
informally inquired of the
Agency for estimates on the
number of ships which would be
needed for any large-scale immi-
gration to Palestine.
Mrs. Borenstein Dies
In Philadelphia, Pa.
Word has been received that
Mrs Dorothy Borenstein. n.
presidenet of.the Women s Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith, died in a
Philadelphia hospital Sunday
after an operation. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Sgt.
Max Borenstein, who recently re-
turned from overseas.
Mrs. Borenstein, whose local
address was 308 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach, was recently
elected third vice president of
theFifth district of the B'nai
B'rith Women. She was for-
merly a school teacher.
Mrs Borenstein went up
North a short time ago with her
husband, who had been out of
the^country for three and a half
years.
Servicemen Petition
jFor Open Palestine
The number of petitions urging
j President Truman to help open
the doors of Palestine to the Jews
! increases daily. Mrs. Mary Alper
1 1509 Pennsylvania ave., is carry-
ing on an individual campaign to
get as many servicemen as she
can to write to the Presidnt.
In the past few days, she has
mailed 300 postcards to the White
House, written by soldiers and
sailors who have been guests at
the B'nai B'rith Sunday morning
breakfasts at the Miami Beach Y.
Each message, composed by the
writer, contains an individual,
personalized plea for abrogation
of the British White Paper. Sev-
eral of the postcards were written
by non-Jewish servicemen. The
following are a few of the pleas:
From a non-Jewish technical
sergeant: "While stationed in
Egypt I very often ran across on
a three-day pass to Tel Aviv.
The city is beautiful through un-
tiring works of the Jewish popu-
lation. Opening the portals and
letting all Jewish refugees from
war-torn countries in would be
doing a great and noble deed.
From a veteran: "I write to
you,, as a veteran who has seen
action in New Guinea and also
spent sometime in Australia, to
try and secure a home for. us
Jews who would like to operate
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
ATTENTION RIPLEY
There's one for the books
on the books of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. At their election meet-
ing Monday night, members
of the congregation dead-
locked on their first vote for
president. There were 59
votes for A. M. Baer and 59
for H. M. Drevich.
So the boys decided to do
it all over again, "fight to
the finish." But the fight
couldn't be finished. Came
the revote and another
tie, 58 to 58. It was too
much for two of the congre-
gants who stayed out of the
ballotting.
It was also too much for
the congregants. They'll try
it over again next Tuesday
night, hoping to elect not
only a president, but also a
full slate of officers for the
next year.


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PAGE TWO
pJmlsti fhrkHan
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n Minkofis Tour
State On Honeymoon
J
Wearing her mother's wedding
gown and a diamond lavelier, a
(amilv heirloom, Miss Lena Roo-
bin was married to Harry Min-
koff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
MISCELLANY ON THE LOCAL SCENE Minkoff. Sunday at the Maefad-
den Deauvule hotel.
Lt. Col. Mitchell Wolison and Lt. is. g.) E. Albert Pallot are j R;ibbl Simon April officiated at
eyeing the civvie situation. Lt. Col. Wolison is expected back the wedding which was foliowed
* F by a reception. The onde was
trom Asheville withh is family next week and he 11 don his g[ven in marriage by her brother,
khaki after two years in the service Lt. Pallot reverted to the Jake Bernard Roobin of Cordeal,
. .* .. Ga. Mrs. Leon Coslov was ner
Mister status this week after just about the same length of slsU,.\ matron of honor. Miss
time in the Navy. Jeanette Cohen was maid of
* nor. Miss Josie Barker ol Loi-
The wedding of Miss Janice Stollmack and Marvin Apte. deal, and MtoRuth Steein berg
announced last week, will take place in San Francisco Sunday Harry Shei i was best man. Lt.
afternoon at 2 p. m. Mrs. Jack Apte. mother of the groom, ac- Avrom Roobin. brother of the
r r -3 ^..t Hirschbein
companied Miss Stollmack to the coast last week. Other out- SlTV(.. .. oomsmen.
of town relatives aie expected at the wedding.
Mr I E Go.don is operating after an operation at Jack- ggf^J
Clayton, Ala., and
He was irged
: th< A: my last year,
AfU trip 1 igh th<
>:..:<, th< upk ill make their
m ::. Miami.
Out of town guests at the
National Officer To
Address AJC Women
Mrs. Rachel Vixman, national Mrs. Sol Leslie Drft i
executive vice president of the the Greater Miami [v.*
Women's division of the Ameri- the Women- division ,*
ran Jewish Congress, will arrive American J, wish ConL!. *
in Miami Monday Sunday for a be installed at a hnnT5,**
a. m. Mondav at q*-J*
This will be M,s. Leslie'stkJ
term as president of
sion. She i ..,; M ,."'e v|
dent for fou SbT H
0tI1er tUkm Xo be insuk
;< M
We.ss. Mrs. Phillip'^
Mrs. M nki :: atti Uni-
v. -.;\ i : G< oi......n I Ca
son Memorial hospital George Wolpert is in Philadelphia >..--. ;, .:-.
where he underwent a minor operation. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin
wen presented a Golden Book at the Miami Beach Zionist
luncheon club meeting Wednesday The Misses Jackie Free-
man, Joan Lanaei and Annette VStsky of Miami Beach have
been pledged to Delta Phi E-osr.er. sererrtv at Florida State ceren
... j bers oi thi wedding party,
College tor Womer. Miss Irene ac-rs no.s oeen awarded a ;: gn : _,._ Mrs. R -
scholarship to the University of Miami by the Dade County Fed- Mink fl his cousin, Mrs. Irving
.,,..,' Kaminsk> and Mis .i.m Ai-.-uns
-. ion oi Womer. s ;.ufs Miss Selma Steigman has |oinea savannah; Mr I Mrs Ber-
ths staff oi Temple Israel and will serve as secretary to Rabbi
Saul Appeibaum Edward Brill of RockviBe Center. L. L, is ( Lakeland: Mose Blumenfield,
visiting his grandfathei roi whom he was named, and his aunt. Tonthan, Ala the gi
Mrs Gemud, Loch. to. 10 day, before entering the University ft andM Kahn,
oi Pennsylvania. Mi Brill was a privats first class in the army Denier, Belle Gla
stay at the Versailles
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Misses Zena and Fannie Leavitt,
before his diechorge :r. Au. He had served overseas in ~ Keynotes
Germany France and England CpL Leshe August is in Hadassah Luncheon
Miami on .-. 15-day furlough from California.
Jack Seitlin dentist was recently transiened from
Lt
"And Now the Peace."' a revue
th< plight oi European Jews
even though the wai is over, was
San Dtego to the Pacific destination Sr.ar-.ahar. His wiie who ...t kt,:. ., .. .._. .. ..,. Mrs
h.-.s h-ee:-. vs.:::-.- he: brother Morris Mervis, in San Francisco. Israel D Shapiro, president of the
....... .. u_____ s utheastern regi n of Hadas-
is expected to visil he: :v.:si-.-.:'.-s parents, Mr ana Mrs. Henr\ _. .... ,.._;.... Chaptera ....
Seithn in Miami aftei spending some time with her parents, ,-..;;...:. .:. : s : >,i :..;.lV at
Mi and Mrs V. Mervis u-. Washinaton D. C. th* R ney teL
Mrs Shaf iro, a foi mei Miami-
am, is th< daughtei (( Mr and
Mrs A Wallersteein, wmtei rest-
THEY JUST RETURN AND RETURN
?er should be dubbed return of the native" month.
Vixman will be guest
,>t the installation lunch-
: the local woman's chapter
I the AJC Monday.
The executive board and di-
:s of the local Congress will
at a luncheon at
th( Versailles on Tuesday. Mrs. Mrs. Joseph P. Mrs Max Mo I
Benjamin Sherry is in charge sel and Mrs r. Sherrj, |
nts and invitations, vice president
Mrs Vixman is chairman of the Mrs. Emanue! Baskini trtsl
AJC executive committee and a urer: Mrs. The I re Firestone,]
member of the executive com- financial secret Mrs. Jerome
mittee of the World Jewish Con- Kimball and :'.- Arthur Kkefl
gress. In previous years she corresponding retaries; Ms]
served on the national board of Lillian Mills. ..- seoctsi
Hadassah and the Women's
League League of the United
Synagogues of America. She was
rmerly national executive di-
rector of Young Judea.
rJnCiVJST BROS
iir.ts i.iri She .<..> icccr.t'.y
nan ed W man of trw Week'' by
The ..s: oi returnees -ust crews and crows. Dr and Mrs Samuel Th Herald ::-. Augusta, Ga.. her
Aronoviti c:e bock oi their Beach home 334 ^h st. after therr ,; -/ ; j
tracatiori in Now York -:rc Ccr.r-.ecucut Also home are Dr. -..:-. .:. y; : G -.....nd in
and Mrs. Alexander Liehow 167S lames ave otter a visit in ;
:^;:: Sheidrake N V Mrs Ida ^ccr-eic recently entrained e in PTA and G:r.
:.: Lcno Torleton duh N H arid New Vcrk r::v with her s *
aouchiers -t-s..o ^:rc udy Leshe .-.:.; r^eer. nsitmg reJanrea nej udent Mrs A:
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)AY. OCTOBER 12. 1945
*J<*%isl FkridKan
PAGE THREE
Promises Home
>ening In Near Future
ptning of the Jewish Home
the Aged in the near future
835 S. W. 21st ave. was planned
la" meeting of the board of di-
L.is Wednesday evening. Im-
bvcinents on the property have
tn completed by the building
imittee with Max Greenberg
chairman.
j]w following committees were
pointed at the meeting: Budget
(d Finance committee, Daniel
Cji.!, chairman; A. M. Bear,
Idiiiv Weintraub, Morris E. Ru-
l, Joe Zalis. Mrs. B. Levine
L vice presidents Harold Spaet
Li Leo Robinson, ex officio.
Broad was also selected
irman of the Executive com-
Ittcc which will consist of the
rcis: M. H. Frankel, president;
rold Spaet, Gus Trau. Leo
Ibinson, vice presidents: A. M.
treasurer; Joe Zalis. fi-
jpcial secretary; Mrs. Ida Appcl
|nv.-pnding secretary. and
lsidor Cohen, honorary
lent. Sam Ritter, N. H.
hrskv. Max Greenberg, Mrs.
fen Sherry and B. Feiner will
erve on the executive corn-
lit
IJudne Spaet was named chair-
Bi! of the Admissions commit-
He will be assisted by Daniel
Sad, A. M. Bear, Sydney Wein-
nili. Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs.
i Appel, J. Chaves, Mrs. Isador
hen and Leo Robinson and Gus
x officio.
ISamuel Arenstein and J.
aves, co-chairman of the
ous" ,ind Purchasing committee.
fill be assisted by Harry Danzi-
fer and Joe Zalis.
[Tin- entertainment committee
\i\l (insist of Sam Ritter and
Id ibinson. co-chairmen, who
hi' .elect other members.
PERSONALS
Corregidor "Sparks'
IEWMAN TO HOLD
ONE-MAN SHOW
Ar
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nold Newman, Miami Beach
i^rapher, is in Philadelphia
.ring for his "one-man"
which will be exhibited at
Philadelphia Museum of
In-ginning Oct. 20 and later
e N. Y. Museum of Modern
A reception will precede
how in Philadelphia.
a man, who specializes in
res of artists, is author of
article, "Portrait of An
t" appearing in the No-
kt issue of Minicam maga-
Several of his pictures il-
ate the article.
is expected to,return to
i.i Beach in three weeks.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
a six weeks' trip to California
and Texas to visit their children
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret re-1
turned to Miami last week .
And Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin re- I
turned from a twelve-day look '
at New York .
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei !
have returned from a months !
vacation in the North where they
visited their families and spent
some time in the Berkshires. One
daughter, Miss Eve Naomi Mach-
tei, has resumed her studies at
Miami Senior high school after
spending the summer at Camp
Lakota Masten Lake N. Y. Their
other daughter, Miss Queenie
Stella Machtei, cadet nurse, who
trained at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, is now on duty at the vet-
erans" hospital, Bay Pines, Fla.
. Mrs. Ida Optner returned
last week after a month's stay in
Hot Springs, Ark., and one week
in Chicago. Her daughter, Mrs.
Mark Simpson of New York,
spent 10 days in Hot Springs with
her. Mrs. Optner's son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Optner, both recently discharged
from the Navy, left Miami yes-
terday to make their home in
New York Mrs. Max Hoff-
man arrived from Chicago Tues-
day Mr. and George Cohen
are back from a fourmonth visit
with their children in Teaneck,
N. J. Looks like nobody
stayed at home this summer.
FAREWELLS ARE IN ORDER
FOR SOME
Of course, people are still leav-
ing town for belated vacations
and school days. Miss Ina Steuer,
4210 Chase ave., is visiting her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Coffield, in Great Neck,
L. I., for a few weeks and before
she comes back, she'll look in on
friends in Woodmere, L. I., her
former home Miss Betty
Weintraub, daughter of Mrs.
Jack B. Weintraub, 765 50th st,
Miami Beach, is majoring in mu-
sic at Florida State College for
Women where she's a sophomore.
Betty was- graduated from Edi-
Sgt. Irving Strobing, the radio operator who tapped out the
last message from Corregidor, and Cpl. Jack Stevenson are wel-
comed at the Honolulu Servicemen's center operated by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfar board.
Left to RightChaplain Norman Siegel, Cpl. Jack Steven-
son, Pfc. Sidney Shorr, Mr. Sidney Sugarman, chairman of the
W'ar Labor board in the territory and Mrs. Sugarman.
Mrs. Segal Welcomes
Brother With Party
A welcome home party for her
brother, Robert Weinstein. will
be given by Mrs. Celia Segal,
496% S. W. 18 Road. Sunday
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Mr.
Weinstein arrived in Miami
Wednesday after being discharg-
ed from the Navy. A chief petty
officer, he had been overseas in
the Pacific for nine months of
the three years he had been in
the Navy. Mrs. Weinstein and
their baby live on Miami Beach.
Selevans To Honor Son
Honoring their son on his re-
turn from overseas and his re-
cent marriage, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Selevan will hold an
open house Sunday from 3 to 6
p. m. at their home. 1672 Jeffer-
son ave.. Miami Beach.
Lieut. Selevan has been dis-
charged from the air corps after
serving as a navigator-bomba-
dier. He was married to Miss
Bea Heller of Brooklyn, N. Y..
on July 28.
The couple will live in Miami
Beach. __________
I\JGUST BROS Hyt
' IS the BEST?
son high Mrs. Phillip Sal-
mon left for Gainesville yester-
day and will be there until Sun-
day visiting her son, Michael, a
sophomore at the University of
Florida Mrs. Leon Pollack is
spending a few days visiting her
son, Richard, at the U. of F.,
where Pi Lambda Phi fraternity
is holding a "Parents Week-end."
Richard is in his second year at
Gainesville.
Mrs. Sol Leslie has issued invi-
tation to the presidents of all
Jewish women's organizations to
attend a tea at her home. 3114
Prairie ave.. Miami Beach,
Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass are
seeing Baltimore, Washington,
and points North before Mr.
Klass resumes his post as execu-
tive director of Federation at the
end of this month.
PROXY PARENTS
has reopened for your convenience. All orders will
receive our usual careful atteention.
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Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
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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 wmrTHE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN THE COUNTRY OVER.
ORGANIZED BY Int.
NATIONAL OFFICE of the JEWISH PEOPLES FRATERNAL ORDER
The Distribution of the Clothmg Will Be Made in the M^I*E^GEES m pOLAND
TO THE REFUGEES IN PALESTINE through the JEWISH polish COMMITTEE
THROUGH THE HADASSAH. RED MOGEN DAVID ^ ^^ ^ FRANCE. RUMANIA. GERMANY
^ v,,,-, ,M tup QOVIFT UNION BULGARIA AND OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
TO THE REFUGEES IN THE SOVIET UWIUW THROUGH THEIR VARIOUS NATIONAL COMMITTEES
THROUGH THE JEWISH COUNCIL FOR RUSSIAN RELIEF inflU
GIVE AND GIVE QUICKLY
AS THIS CAMPAIGN WILL BE CONDUCTED FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
Bring your clothes "the synagogues or t^foUomn^sta^^
21 S* W. mI STREET. M,
Or Call the Main Olfice 5-2026 and We Will Be Happy To Send A Committee
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER K
Council Women Emphasize
Service To Foreign Born
To the 25-year-old Miami sec-
tion of the National Council of
J e w : > h Women, reconversion
means greater emphasis on its
services to the foreign born.
For over IS months, National
Council has worked with au-
thorities in Europe who are try-
latives and friends
of Ami as Between June and
September, the local office has
. 215 inquiries to the
.. which is a mem-
ber of Centra] Location In-
dex.
. :.. tional orgai I n. 50
- also on a govern-
mittee to
lans for rehabilitating
p<
; immi-
mi till the
day : i itizen I
I States. h is aided by
Coui i who pr s nt
a en -.- n I J< v > ss
...... .- at e, and r< -
At th< airp rt, he is guided
throug acies ol i nter-
by Mrs. Max J.
Fmkelstt ps him with
baggi g nd I
ti anslati 1 housing
n I tr; nsj nation M n i
il h is trav( ling rthi r. Mrs.
steins husban 1 d es the
. I. port
6 t 12 clock every eve-
nly J i w j s n
rg; ni; ati n
: atior ties to
. e in the local
area. ''" -' to i pe with all
but t -' : :
M rs Nat
W nt, assei ts.
Mrs. 1 : -' -
f the S ton, P nna.. s
5 execul
ask ior
KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
THIS LABEL
Insures Your Health
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Demand It!
of the local department of service
to the foreign born. Mrs. Monte
Selig, former president of the
. section, is chairman of the
department's committee
To prepare the future Ameri-
can for citizenship. C ouncil
sponsors free, nonsectarian
Americanization classes. Mrs.
Joel Belov teaches the classes
every Tuesday and Thursday
B to 9 30 p. m. in Room 908
of the Vocational high school.
Ov; 200 students have become
I itiz ns aft i impleting the
rs .
English classes are b n g
planm 11 ns and r iti
zens wh isl I stud> primary
writ-
ing. Although cl are
not v :-'- i nil
Coui office,
3:;' Congi ss 1 ling
: immigi
thei 'orms
n to the
g 1 the C Hindis
But I vities ol the M
section ..:. nol entirel> devoted
I ,._:. born For th< past
ten vt a s, C in( il has rnainl
a loan fund which provides two
ir-year s holarships to
I Unj sity of Miami.
In addition, the women are
: late course
at any ai
school to .. Fl la .--...dent who
will proi i turn to Gr<
on year's wok with a
agency.
gin. 1941 th. Miami section.
: 30 I Councils in the U. S.
and Ci : as been in charge
of the Boulevard servicemens
canteen one night a week. Mrs.
A ... .' s ph is chairman of the
. nti i n committee.
Individually, council mem-
. s :. been active in Red
, nd ither war work.
C ncil contributes its olunteer
. the hostess committee
of the S< i. ic< men's Snack Bar on
. Beach. .
A the Council of
g ies of Dade county,
mmittee which
works with tl I ighthouse for
th< Blind. Mrs. David Phillips.
. :. | hei ci mmittee
ntal in getting two
.-., rs for the Light-
hot$ itly.
Offi M ; section
. r< Mrs Nat Wilhams, presi-
Mrs Morris Alpert. first
nt; Mrs. David Phil-
ent: Mrs.
;K third vice presi-
Mrs David Honoroff. fi-
:.'..- Stuart
:mancial secre-
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UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Mrs. Sarah
Loeb. mother of Mrs. Minnie
Schneidman and Louis Loeb. will
take place Sunday at 2 p. m. m
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Memorial park. Kabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. Harr>
n of the Gordon Monu-
ment company is in charge ol
arrangements.
The unveiling of a men
to the memory of the late Joseph
- v. 320 Jefferson avc. Mi-
ll, will be held Sunday
al 2 p. m. in the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn cemetery.
Rabbi Moses Meschelofl will of-
ficiate. Sid H. Palmer of the Mi-
ment Co. is In chai -
arrangements.
Miami Y Hires
Athletic Director
Following his discharge from
the Navy this month, Michael
Rand of New York City will be-
come director of physical educa-
OBITUARiEs
A monument in memory ol the
Berliner. S4t> Michigan
., Miami Beach, will be un-
veiled Sunday at 3:30 p. m. al Mt.
Sinai i : bi Moses
will officiate. Ar-
re being mi
Sid H. Palmer ol the Miami
ment Co.___________
TRUMAN LAUNCHES
WAR FUND DRIVE
SHERMAN
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1K.2 N. W l ilrtkl
Miami Bea.-I j
Sh'' her h.iSH-
Greenspan; a (.-,,.,.. 'J
all of Miami, ,,?h^
l-">'-. Mil i5
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Vi"' v- *w ut
Ml. N.I.....
President Harry T r u m a n
opened the 1!45 national wai
fund campaign last week with an
appeal for generous contributions
to help war fund agencies "i
the job they were set up to do.
War service has not ended."
said the President In a broad-
cast from the White House. "I
don't need to tell that to anyone
whose son is still serving with the
occupation forces or with the
service troops in this country. For
them the war is still goinp on." i
The drive will begin Oct. 29.
Dade county's quota has been
set al S20.2J 3.000.
tary; Mrs. William Capland,
recording secretary: Mrs. Albert
Green, corresponding secretary:
Miss Edna Heller, treasurer: Mrs.
Leo Ackerman. auditor: Mrs.
Isadore Cohen, honorary presi-
dent. I
Mrs. Sallie S. Firestone assists
Mrs. Finkelstein in the office
which is open Monday to Friday
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
The Council will celebrate its
25th anniversary with a dinner-
no January 30.
tion at the Miami Y. George
Chertkof, president, announces.
Among the activities that Rand
will direct arc the coaching of
al sports, classes in calis-
thenics for women and lectures in
5 giene.
A graduate of Tulane univer-
sity with a B. S. in physical edu-
cation. Rand has also studied
health education at the City Col-
lege of New York graduate
school. Before entering the Navy
he was physical education direc-
tor of the Jewish Community
Center in Allentown. Penna. He
has also been director of health
and physical education at the
Bronx house where he was in
charge of the recreation program
and the medical, dental and
optometry clinics.
Rand and his wife are expected
in Miami Nov. 1.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
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DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1945
^,y. OPENS NEW WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS |
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i-liinelon offices for llie Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. have
rrn n;-nrd on Embassy Row, 314716th St., N.W., it was announced
b> .National Commander Archie H. Grrenberg. Offices of the national
|, W. V. will be on the first floor of a building just purchased and
tnoMitrd by the J. W. V.'s Washington I'ost. The two upper floors
t>f the five story building will provide sleeping quarters for service
fr-nrinrl while- the other floors will offer club facilities, including u
|i!> and game rooms, for servicemen of all faiib*.
VAAD HAHATZALA AND REHABILITATION
ERECTS NEW CHILDREN SHELTER
fJewisti FkridHan
PAGE FIVE
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THE NEWS IN VIEWS
TO MARK U. P. A. TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY
DR. JAMES G. HELLER
MISS DOROTHY THOMPSON
SEN. CLAUDE D. PEPPER
The momentous contribution made by American
Jews to the upbuilding of the Jewish National Home
in Palestine will be celebrated at the Twentieth An-
niversary Conference of the United Palestine Appeal,
to be held at the Hotel Commodore, New York City,
nil day October 21st. The occasion will also mark the
twenty-fifth anniversary of the Keren Hayesod (Pales-
tine Foundation Fund), the fiscal instrument of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, which introduced a rev-
olution in voluntary giving by Jews to the Jewish Na-
tional Home.
The Conference will hear from outstanding spokes-
men of American life, including Senator Claude D. Pep-
per of Florida, now touring the Middle East, who will
give a firsthand report of his observations on Pales-
tine; Dorothy Thompson, noted American journalist,
who also visited Palestine after VE Day, and Dr. James
G. Heller, National Chairman of the United Palestine
Appeal, who recently 6pent two months in Palestine.
Jewish communities throughout the country have
been called upon to conduct appropriate exercises to
mark the twentieth anniversary of the United Pales-_
tine Appeal, which has been the channel through which
every Jewish community in America, through local fund-
raising media, has shared in the miraculous growth of
Jewish Palestine. ..,....,........-....,.-.-_
Education Director
Wrestling Chazan
Research Associate
Rabbi Abraham Ezra Mill-
gram has been appointed
educational director of the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica. A graduate of the Jewish
Theological Summary of
America, he was rabbi of
Temple Beth Israel in Phila-
delphia for 10 years before be-
coming director of Minnesota
Hillel foundation in 1940.
w Ts^.'^Jt...'-mm....._..-
Pvt. Harry Boskey, of the
Bronx, as he assists in Yom
Kippur services. After a day of
fasting and prayer, he climbed
into the ring and officially
captured the AAF Jheppard
Field wrestling crown.
Dr. Michael Higger is the
newly appointed research as-
sociate in Jewish law of the
Rabbinical Assembly. Grad-
uate of the Theological Sem-
inary and a fellow of the
American Academy for Jew-
ish Research, he is the author
of more than thirty volumes
about rabbinic literature.
The above are the first pictures
to reach America by cable of the
jew Children Shelter which the.
"V'aa'! Hahatzala and Rehabilita-
tion" nationally prominent Ortho-
Box Rescue and Relief Organiza-
tion, has erected in VUlejulf, a
Paris suburb.
Rahhi Dr. Isaac Lewln. promin-
ent Polish Jewish leader and Mr.
6a,mu.-l Seiimidt of Cincinnati, who
. e visiting France as representa-
tives of the organization, are pic-
tured with the first group of Jew-
's'' orphans who have survived
| Hfnnaa horrors. "The Vaad Hahat-
taia and Rehabilitation" has repre-
entatives and committees func-
wotting in European countries and
occupied with extending relief to
Jne rpmnants of the Jewish people
_^Europe,.As part of lU_rfibAbJli-
tatlon program, the "Vaad Hahat-
zala and Rehabilitation" represent-
atives are erecting children shelt-
ers In several lands, to house the
orphans they are rescuing dally
and who are homeless and lacK
clothing as well as food. The chil-
dren pictured above are only th
first of a larger group which will
be brought to the newest shelter
which the "Vaad Hahatzala and
Rehabilitation" has erected in Ville,
juif. France.
Dr. Lewln Is pictured In the sec-
ond picture fastening a "Mezuzah"
on the doorpost of the shelter. The
children who were In tatters, look
on, dressed with the first clothes
their American co-religionists have
sent them through the "Vaad Ha-
hatzala and Rehabilitation.'*_______
INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN WAR BONDS
As reports from liberated Europe highlighted the
eravity of the situation of the surviving Jews, the
aCcn< ies of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugee.,
Overseas Needs and Palestine took prompt measures
to expand their programs to help Jews in distress
during the coming critical winter in Europe and to
make possible the settlement in Palestine of Urge
numbers of the homeless and the displaced. Photos
show (left) warm overcoats being baled at the Joint
Distribution Committee's supply station at Teheran
for shipment to Jews in Poland by way of the Soviet
Union; (right) refugees from Europe, including for-
mer prisoners in concentration camps, arriving in
Palestine where the United Palestine Appeal is mak-
ing provision for their rehabilitation and permanent
settlement.

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Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973_____________________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second class Matter July 4, 1(30, at the Ppst Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, !, 87
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00;
2 Years. $5.00.
FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
Miami 18. Fla., Friday. October 12. 1945
VOLUME 18
NUMBER 41
HESHVAN 5, 5706
The Palestine Situation
The shooting has started in Palestine. Seven Jews were
fired at by troops of the Transjordan Frontier Force. The British
officer in charge said it was all a mistake. He apologized for
it. The apology, of course, does not heal the wounds of the
seven innocent Jews.
A grave situation has been growing up to a grand climactic
for some time in Palestine. The British government had brought
to Palestine very considerable military forces, and the Jewish
population, too, seems egually determined that such Jews as
have survived the horrors of Nazism, knocking at their doors,
shall be admitted.
Doubtless, the British government feels that they will have
no difficulty in coping with the Jews That is one of the reasons
why it has never sought to appease the Jews. It might have
tried to appease Hitler at Munich. It might try to appease the
Arabs and allow the former Mufti to roam about and live on the
fat of the land freely, but who is going to "stick up for Jews." I saw ghetto a survivor reports.
1 3 3 r I ... I ne dollars sends a kosher
It is here that American Jewry has the opportunity to show fd package to a hungry child
that it is not as weak as is supposed. Fortunately, we have via Food for Jewish Children of
President Truman in the White House. According to a story in Europe, Inc..RU3 West 42nd st.
the New York Times, President Truman is thought to be williing \ ccnt 'jncreasc jn migration
BOX
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Miami 18
Digest of the mail received at Jewish
Florldlan it office box.
Over 70.000 Jews and non-
Jews jammed Madison Square
Garden for a militant Zionist
demonstration last week. .
More than 2.000 political de-
tainees were thrust in Palestin-
ian and Sudanese concentration
camps without accusation or
trial. The 21-year-old He-
brew Institute of Technology at
Haifa is approved by the Vets
administration for education of
American veterans under GI Bill
of Rights. Some 1,000 Ameri-
can rabbis, largest number to
sign any single document, ad-
dressed an appeal to the con-
science of Great Britain" de-
manding immediate opening of
Palestine. The 48th annual
convention of ZOA. to be held
Nov. 16-20 will determine allo-
cation' of $500,000 expansion
fund. CIO President Murray
warns Attlee continuation of
resterictive Palestine policy will
harm anglo-American relations.
. While AFL President Green
cables that American labor is
uncompromising in support of
Jewish aspirations in Palestine.
No anti-semitism existed
among 20,000 Christians in War-
activity during the past few
months. United Nations will
set up an Educational and Cul-
tural Organization in London
Nov. 1.
Eternal Light will broadcast
'My Father's Tails' 11 a. m. Sun-
day over WIOD. Possibility of
test discriminatory policies in
U. S. colleges which continue
percentage quotas against minor-
ity groups.
BEVIN RECEIVES LEADER
to initate a more active American policy regarding Palestine,
including United States commitments.
Recent London reports 6ay that President Truman's letter
to the British Cabinet requesting the admission to Palestine of
the approximately 100,000 displaced European Jews has cata-
pulted the entire Palestine question into a level of discussion
which must lead to results. The reported decision of the British Ku Kll Ki
Cabinet to accept its sub-committee's report counselling rejec- forecast by ADL. .Vets pro-
tion of Jewish Agency demands has created a furore in Jewish
circles throughout the world, with resultant tension in Palestine.
Dr. Weizmann, following an emergency conference of the
Zionist Federation of Great Britain, has declared that the Pales-
tine issue had reached a "critical stage," but that the Jewish
people will not accept any solution whose nature may prevent
the rebuilding of Jewish national life in the Promised Land. The
American Zionist Emergency Council, in a public letter to Prime
Minister Attlee, went squarely on record that "no palliatives"
will do.
Adding to the mounting tension are reports from all parts of
Europe that the Jewish survivors are clamoring for Palestine.
That something must be done for the displaced Jews in
Europe, and for those who find their former homes uninhabitable,
is indisputable. To leave them in their present plight would be
criminal. But while rescue protestations are heard all over,
there is no action
The British Labor Government, evidently determined to
pursue the foreign policies of its predecessor, seems to be
adamant to the question at this time, despite pre-election
promises and pledges by the Labor Party. The very leaders
who once warned Chamberlain that the Labor Party would not
consider the White Paper policy binding on subsequent govern-
ments are cool to all pleas The very men who bitterly attacked
the White Paper as a vicious and discriminatory anti-Jewish
document are now silent.
Assumingand even this is questioned in many circles
thaet the British Labor Government is in no position at this time
to settle the question of a Jewish State in Palestine, what reason
is there against rescinding a policy whose discriminatory char-
acter is so reminiscent of the Nuremburg Laws?
Human dignity, Jewish dignity, demands that the specifi-
cally anti-Jewish White Paper be rescinded at once.
NATHAN ZIPRIN
LONDON(JTA) Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, was
rceived this week by foreign Sec-
retary Ernest Bevin and dis-
cussed the Palestine question
with him. Present at the discus-
sion was Colonial Secretary
George Hall.
At the same time, Zionist
labor leaders, led by Moshe Sher-
taok. head of the political de-
partment of the Jewish Agency,
were received by a special sub-
committeee of the Labor Party
executive for adiscussion of the
Palestine issue.
Reports emanating from
usually well-informed sources, to
the effect that several thousand
Jews from the American zone in
Germany have left for Palestine
with the permission of Gen.
Eisenhower are circulating in
London. The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency could not obtain any con-
firmation of these rumors in au-
thoritative quarters.
RABBI WISE HAILS
CENTER EXPANSION
Deserved Recognition
Miami Jewry has reason to feel proud this week. One of
its own leaders has been invited to become chairman of the 1946
Dade County War Chest campaign.
While not confirmed, reliable sources reveal that chest of-
ficials have tendered an invitation to Stanley C. Myers to head
the countrywide drive scheduled for January. Mr. Myers is con-
sidering assuming the major task.
Myers is well known for his t'reless efforts, not alone on be-
half H the Jewish community but of general organizations and
civic endeavor as well. He has served as director and head
of practically all of the major Jewish oraanizations. He was
one of those instrumental in creating the Federation. He is now
earning an enviable record serving his second term as president
of the Dade County Council of Social Agencies. Stanley Myers
has also made his keen judgment and foresight in the national
organization field.
We believe his acceptance of this responsibility would re-
dound credit to himself, his people and his community, notwith-
standing the service he would render in successfully raising
needed funds for the Chest's worthy causes. Sufficient pressure
should be forthcoming from the community to insure his affirma-
tive answer.
MR. EMOTT
.^lL5225aJ
"And I just loarned that they awarded a Congressioml
Medal without looking into the soldier's ancestry, Q
graceful!"
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
MtAjLctiy eorifccknM
.By PHINEA6 J. BIRON.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise has
wired a congrateulatory mes-
sage to Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
on the new half-million-dollar
expansion shortly to be erected
at Washington ave. and 17th st.
His telegram read: "With deep-
est satisfaction I learned of the
undertaking of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center to build a great |
synagogue cent*|\ Your pres- I
ent building and facilities are
so inadequate for the Center's
far-reaching activities, that your
building program has become a
most urgent and imperative ne-
cessity. I congratulate you and
my other good friends who are
with you and will bring the
program projected to triumphant
conclusion."
Leaders in the project include
Rabbi Lehrman, Harry Sirkin
chairman of the steering com-
mittee, and Samuel N. Friedland
chairman of the fund-raising
campaign.
Freedom of speech
mean careless talk!
does not
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
FASCIST FRONT .
The sedition trials will be re-
opened. U. S. Attorney-Gen-
eral Clarke is in possession of
brand-new material from Eu-
rope showing the tie-up between
American and Nazi Fascists. .
Professor Haushofer, Hitler's
geo-political braintruster will
not be tried for treason. He
was permitted to return his Jew-
ish 'wife" who isn't Jewish at
all. Leni Reifenstahl, former
Nazi film star and producer, is
treated like an American glam-
our girl by the American gen-
erals stationed in Germany. .
A JESSEL TRUE STORY. .
George Jessel sure is branch-
ing out Not content with
being an actor, author and
producer, he is now entering
the business end of the book-
publishing field as well .
And incidentally, we'd like to
tell you of George's comeback
when the headwaiier of a Man-
hattan night club stood rather
goggle-eyed because Jessel was
escorting Lena Home, the
beautiful Negro actress .
"Are you sure you hare a res-
ervation?" the waiter insisted
on asking, though at other
times he had always welcomed
Jessel with open arms .
George repeated that he had
made the reservation .
"Who made the reservation for
you?" the waiter then inquired
. And Jessel replied "Abe
Lincoln" .
IN PRINT .
We note the recent announce-
ment by Dr. Henry Noble Mac-
Cracken. president of Vassar
college, to the effect that seven
hundred textbooks at Harvard
university are now being exam-
ined with a view to purging
them of any references tending
to increase prejudice. Which
raises the question of whether
Dr. MacCracken is equally busy
with giving similar treatment to
textbooks used by teachers and
students in the college over
which he presides How come
that Bernard Postal in his fine
article in Liberal Judaism on
the contribution of Jewish genius
genius to the invention of the
atomic bomb, neglected to men-
tion the name of Alexander
Sachs? Though not a scien-
tist, but an economist, Sachs
played an important role in the
atomic bomb project For it
was Sachs who, in the fall of
1939, first broached to President
Roosevelt the desirability of en-
couraging work on the develop-
ment of atomic energy for mili-
tary purposes From tht first
letter of Sachs" grew the
$2,000,000,000 project that won
the war ... All of which reminds
us to congratulate Alexander
Sachs on his secent marriage
. That autobiography on which
Bernard M. Baruch has been
working is just about up-to-date
(now. but he has no intentiousdl
publishing it at this time.,.I
The 75-year-old Baruch has si
intention of bunging his II
story before the public ontilhnl
ready to retire from active ma I
something hi doesn't expectl|
do for many ;i year. .
AMONG STARS. .
Arthor L. Mayer, the ihuM
man who did such a swell fk
for the Red Cross during lb
war, is now headed for theFi
i East where he will connsa
the good work by cooperanai
in a March of Time film aM
the Red Cross in thate am
. Leonard Lyons reports M
when little Sonya, daughters!
pianist Vladimir Horowiti M
New York's Mayor LaGuarini
he said to her: "I know joo
grandfather. Maestro Toscu-
ini. and I think he's the ftm
est musician in the world",
Whereupon Sonya nudged W
mother and asked: "Does.it
know Daddy?" Now M
pianist Hepsibah Menuhin I
just anA merican housei
your only chance to hear
music is in the records
makes with her brother, w
linist Yehudi Thats*W
we hasten to call your it
tion to the new Menuhin m
issued by RCA Victor in *W
this gifted pair play f.f,
thoven Sonala No. I
Minor for violin and piano-
Gone to Hollywood is Liiiw
Adler, who'll be makini
screen debut in your ntijU*
hood movie theare **
long .s?rrT1'hert
Fannie Brice's illness wsj
may force her to **
nit.ly from the entertain"*"
field. _______.
TEL AVIV (JTA.-Fift>ngS
tanks and armored "rs"1,^
through the main "{!"jjM
Aviv one day this week ina
onstration of BnUin-> rm
might and its ability to suPP-
any possible disorders.
At the same timejjje ,5
druth decided <> conUW*g
drive for enlistment J g
the Palestine regularP-j
well as for supernumerary
units. It also decided to J |
the enlistment of Je
Jewish Brigade. ___
--------"-----------k Tel iff
At a meeting ^ the go-
municipality. Mayo r i*$M
Kach reported that t he r g
Government has gfftj
city's budget for the cw*
cal year, which totals W* g
The political ^jjl
country is not PvefroB *
Jewish community u,t$,J
tinuing its every-day PW*.
evidenced, by jh* urred**
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IY. OCTOBER 12, 1945
-Jmisti Hcridlian
PAGE SEVEN
lio Star to Be
Sholom Guest
Tellefien, Station WGBS
critic, will highlight the
r,e of the Beth Sholem sis-
terhood Wed-
nesday afte r -
noon at 2 p. m.
at the Temple.
She wills talk
o n "Movies
and Manners."
Mrs. Telle-
gen began her
career on the
N. Y. stage at
the age of 17
and has ap-
peared in 25
Broadway mu-
ELLEGEN sjcai comedies
ramatic plays. She was for-
odated with the Nation-
|BuM I York.
IfreshmentS will be served
meeting.
PERSONALS
^ Bell, Miami Herald col-
Sst, will address a meeting
c Men's club of Temple Is-
u Monday evening at 8 p. m.
fcgistration of Sunday school
il~ will be held at 10 a. m.
, t the Schaarei Zedek
nu'd Torah, 1545 S. W. Third
,ahbi Moses Mescheloff will
hunient to the memory of the
i id P. Klein of 935 N.
( e., Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
the Jewish section of Wood-
Park cemetery. Arrange-
being made by Sid H.
I : the Miami Monument
he widow, Mrs. Rose Klein,
invited friends to be present.
>neer Women
hub No. 1, Pioneer Women's
lani/.ition of Greater Miami,
Id its first meeting of the
at 8 p. m. Monday at the
Eh David auditorium.
Jnited States War Bonds are
the nest investment.
Suy More War Bonds.
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
W. H. A. are reported to be
crystallizing sentiment toward
divorcing itself from the united
tie-up and launching an in-
dividual campaign for capital
funds, prior to the end of this
year. Several directors of the
organization have revealed to
the Jewish Floridian their in-
tention of taking atcion at a
board meeting o fthe group next
Wednesday evening.
Congregants of Beth David
voted unanimously last week
to authorize purchase of prop-
erty adjacent to the synagogue
for physical expansion The
real estate deal has not yet
been closed. In connection with
the expansion program, the
congregation is launcring a
$100,000 fund drive.
Temple Israel is planning for
an $85,000 improvement pro-
gram to lodge the temple. Beth
Jacob, on Miami Beach, plans
to erect an annex to their com-
munity building at the present
time, to provide additional
classrooms and kitchen facilities.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
previously announced a half-mil-
lion dollar building fund drive
and $450,000 is the goal set for a
new temple and center building
for Beth Sholom.
While most of the members of
the Committee on Community
Needs were at the Beach con-
ference, a portion of the com-
mittee, meeting at Federation's
office, approved the continuance
of negotiations with Beth Jacob
and the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation concerning
their affiliation with the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
The committee also decided to
recommend the Federation Exe-
cutive committee to finance a
survey of local kashruth condi-
tions and administration by na-
tional rabbinic authorities.
A special meeting of the Com-
munity Needs committeee with
a group of local physicians to
discuss a proposal for a Jewish
hospital is being planned.
Discussion of the suggested
vocational service was postponed
until after the first of the year.
Senators Attack
England's Position
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Palestine by all means at their
power if Britain does not abolish
Jewish immigrants will enter
the White Paper.
The resolution adopted at the
various mecteings emphasized
that the Jews in Palestine will
not stand by and allow the
country to be closed to the sur-
viving Jews of Europe.
Traffic Was partly disrupted
throughout the country as a re-
sult of the strike and Jewish
stores and offices were closed. To
guard against incidents, military
authorities declared all cities out
of bounds for the day for soldiers
on leave. British armored cars
patrolled all Jewish-populated
cities, and the protest meetings
were held under close surveil-
lance of British police units.
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and Stamps.
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Miss Seaall To Wed
Mai Levin Thursday
Miss Adele Segall, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Segall, will
be married to Maj. Jack Manual
Levin of Atlanta at 8:30 p. m.
Thursday in Beth David syna-
gogue. A reception will follow
immediately in the Palm room
of the Macfadden-Deavuville ho-
tel.
The bride-elect has chosen her
mother as matron of honor. Maj.
Levin's sister, Miss Ann Levin,
and Mrs. Irving Shub will be
maid of honor and bridesmatron.
The Misses Ida Schwartz and
Lorraine Davis, Tampa, will act
as bridesmaids.
Sidney L. Segall, Washington
brother of the bride-elect, will
be best man. Ushers include
Hugh Emerson, Isadore Fine, Jo-
seph Schwartz, Lt. E. Albert
Pallot and Lt. Sidney Wolfeld,
Miami, and Charles Held and
Horris Levin, Atlanta.
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what may, not only because we
know that Palestine is ours and
our need is great, but because we
know there is no basic difference
between Jewish and Arab in-
terest in Palestine," Moshe Sher-
tok, chief of the political depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency, said
here, addressing a mass rally .of
the Zionist Youth Council.
Mrs. Muxinc Rcimann Burke,
formerly of Philadelphia, has
opened a studio at 600 Lincoln
rd., where she offers children's
and adult courses in piano tech-
nique theory and sight seeing.
Mrs. Burke is a composer, ra-
dio script writer and was recent-
ly with the Bach festival in Phil-
adelphia. She has studied with
Martha Bayer of the Maurice
Rosenthal School of Music in
N. Y., Dr. James Allen Dash, con-
ductor of the Bach Festival, and
Aurthur Cohen, director of the
Library of Congress music de-
partment.
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FRIDAY,
T SCHEDULES
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Everything from how to
rhumba to a prescription for suc-
cessful marriage is on the sched-
ule of activities at the Miami Y
this season.
Dr. Albeit Dale Hagler, minis-
ter of the Bryan Memorial
church, will give a series of lec-
tures on successful marriage each
Tuesday for the next four weeks.
"The Physical Side of Mar-
riage'" will be Dr. Hagler's sub-
ject for his first lecture Oct. 16
at 8:15 p. m. at the Town Y
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
building. Subsequent lectures
will be '"The Family Council as a
Cure for Family Friction" with a
discussion of family finances and
personality adjustments. "The
Family Shrine: Building Spirit
ual Foundations for the Home'
and 'The Hurdles in Matrimony:
Trouble Spots in Marriage."
Edward Clarke of the Univers-
ity Miami Music school faculty
will be the first guest book re-
viewer at the Y Nov. 12. Book
reviews will also be given by
Mrs. Loon Kaplan, Mis. Max
Shapiro and Mrs. George Chert-
kot later in the season.
Admission to these activities is
free to members. Non-members
will be charged 50 cents.
Rhumba classes for adults will
be taught by Miss Audrey Floyd
every Tuesday evening begin-
ning Nov. 13.
The Y bowling team meets
every Monday night at the Pal-
ace bowling alleys. Also planned
at the Y are music appreciation,
amatics group and a camera
club. Classes m Yiddish litera-
ture for adults will begin Nov. 1.
The third organization meeting
of the Miami Beach Lodge 1591
B'nai B'rith was held at the
Beach Y October 2. The lust part
of the meeting was devoted to an
excellent talk by Paul L. Greene,
chairman of the new membership
committeee. Mr. Greene sot forth
his ideas for the organization ol
the membership drive which was
spearheaded with a talk by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar. national di-
rector of Hillel foundation last
night. Mr. Greene will begin the
selection of his committee chair-
men this coming week and will
notify members of their selection.
B'nai B'nth has set a goal ol
5.000 members and it is felt that
by proper organization that this
goal can be achieved. The balance
of the meeting was devoted to
the reading and passing of the
now constitution and by laws, a
job that was done with excellent
skill by Messrs. Collet. Sap. l-
Stein, liifkin and Burris.
The Miami Beach Lodge is now
ready to go to work!
The B'nai B'nth Sholem Lodge
is very happy over the award of
a Certificate of Appreciation
given to them Thursday evening
by the Commanding Officer of
the Miami Beach Service Base.
Col. T. T. J. Christian, in recog-
nition for the outstanding war
service work which B'nai B'rith
has sponsored and worked for
during the last few years. People
will never forget the amount of
' work necessary to put over such
projects as the Blood Bank Nau-
tilus Day Room. War Bond ral-
lies. A new A. Z. A. group is being
formed on the Beach and is being
sponsored by Hie Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'nth. Those voung
men interested should get m
touch with the B'nai B'nth of-
fice.
Rose Chapter of Bnai B'rith
Young Women has chosen Rosa-
lind Myers as the chairman of
their membership drive, This is
the time of tile year to .loin the
Congratulations to Denna Gold-
man on the engagement ol his
daughter, Elinore, engaged to
S.ut. Simon of Buffalo, New York.
With the approach of the
winter season, committeees are
getting in full swum to tackle
many of the problems that are
besetting the community at
large. At present a committee
made up of such outstanding
community personalities as Rabbi
Saul Appelbaum, Dr. Morn*
Goodman. Jack Felt. Shepard
Broad. George Bertman, Sam
Shapiro. H. Cornblum, Benjamin
Bronston, are working with
George Tahanoff of the Anti-
Defamation League to iron out
one of the most annoying issues
existing on the Beach (about
which you will hear more later).
Suggestions have been made
that this is the time for new blood
SISTERHOOD TO MEET
Mrs. Jack August will preside
at the regular monthly meeting
of the Beth David Sisterhood
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the synagogue auditorium. A
program and social hour have
been planned for the meeting.
INACTION
First LI. Edward W. Weich..
7730 Miami View dr., was among
troops arriving in New York last
week on the SS. LaCrosse. T-4
Ralph Cohn, 559 Miciigan ave..
also landed in New York last
week on the troopship SS. Aqui-
tania. Cpl. Sydney R. Hollander.
whose wife, Muriel. lives at 136
N. W. 15th ave., recently returned
from Europe.
Cpt. Manfred Pepper, son of
Main ice Pepper, is visiting his
father and sister. Frania. on a
30-day furlough before reporting
to Camp Blanding. A veteran of a
vear and a half overseas, Cpl.
Pepper was with a Prisoner of
War Overhead division near
Cherbourg. He has been in the
Army two years.

Hans Gluck, 9 year
Refugee, who twice ^
German Invasion in Ft*
Pfc. Seymour Kasioff. 1707
S. W. 15th st.. was discharged
from the Army at Camp Blanding
last Thursday._________________
to jump on the bandwagon and
help in community activities.
Following this thought, it is sug-
gested that those of you who
Rave been sitting on the side
lines should not come forth and
do your bit in handling civic af-
fairs. You will find it both profi-
table and enjoyable.
REV. S. J.
HEBREW BOOK
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1- now lucaw
327 WASHINGTON Avn.
Near Thd St., Miami h2
Btore, i win [|d '
"" "' all relltfo^
in Hebrt-w and Eng;i,h
Torahs, Talailim, Tliiii'
zuz.is. Mentalach, etfc-*i.
variety ct Palestine ri u
c.in Hebrew nomia
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. a nation and take part in try- I
ing to keep permanent peace on |
earth and good will towards our
fcllowmen."
From a doctor: "The medical
profession in Palestine practiced
amongst the Arabs and Jews
alike. Trachoma would blind
many more Arabs if not for the
Jewish doctors. They need the
Jewish '^civilize them. Open up
Palestine for the Jews.''
From a staff sergeant: "when
overseas, I had an opportunity to
visit Palestine where 1 was
forced to notice and comment
mentally on the situation. A bar-
ren desolate land that had never
supported over two hundred
thousand since biblical times now
held a million and a half Arabs.
The Arabs and Jews worked
side by side to their mutual ad-
vantage. The other side of the
story was simple. The Arabs once
feared that the Jews would out-
number them. Thanks to Hitler,
that is now impossible without
mass migration from the U. S..
hardly likely. Why can't the
homeless of Europe be given a
chance there?"
From a Canadian GI: "If one of
the basic precepts of this war is
to permit all people to live in an
atmosphere of freedom from fear
and want, then we urge that you,
in your high office urge the
establishment of an uninhibited
homeland for the harassed world
Jewry."
From a staff sergeant: "Having
enlisted in our Army not only as
an American, but with the prin-
ciples of an American in me that
of fighting injustice wherever it
might be foundI implore you
as one American to anotherto
intercede with the British gov-
ern to abrogate the White Paper
and to allow homeless Jews of the
world, especially those of Europe
to settle in Palestine so that they
may try to lead a life without the
fear of persecution and with a
chance to build a real home such
as all people are entitled to."

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^r Editor:
was my "honor" to be in-
fed this summer to the free
course dinner and organiza-
L meeting of the American
iincil for Judaism at a Lincoln
restaurant.
The crowd was made up pre-
ninately of members of Tern-
Israel, but in fairness to the
lo record of the Temple for
Vish causes, it should be stated
at many present came out of
jrtcsv to their hosts.
-The main speaker was Rabbi
Iron, then of Fort Lauderdale,
ho quite clearly outlined the
Story of the organization. In
e talk the Rabbi pointed out
Lit the Council was formed by
Tgroup of Reform Rabbis who
not in sympathy with the
lonist cause. Attorney Feibel-
an rose several times to com-
liincnt the Rabbi on his talk
id suggested that reprints be
lade. I hope that you get the
toortunity to publish the ad-
fess as it clearly points out the
feganization's origin.
jMr. Ben Bronston, reading
Nth all the fervor of a very suc-
fcssf'.il Lincoln rd. realtor, em-
tiasized that we are Jews only in
ligion and nationally we are
bnericans. That really got the
Btriots all "het up."
Another speaker. Capt. Gold-
tein, recently out of the army,
aid he was an American and
try serving gefilte fish.
Yours truly,
MORRIS J. HARRIS
1502 N. W. First ave.
LEAVE US ALONE
To the Editor:
I was very interested in the
report of my friend. Dr. Thco-
They know their own weakness.
They will never call a mass-
meeting such as was held re-
cently by all other Jews at "the
Madison Square Garden which
mustered out a crowd of at least
fifty thousand. They would not
want to be counted.
However, they do a lot of
dore Bermari, on the* meeting of i harm" Thoy tarnish a good alibi
the American Council of Judaism
held on September 27. 1045.
Dr. Bcrman very ably picks
the flaws in their arguments. If
time and space permitted, many
more flaws could be found in this
structure built out of "thin air."
These people suffer from a
complex, their "Jewishness"
bothers them. They would like-
to get rid of it, or at least reduce
it to a minimum.
They are the appcasers in
Judaism, they are under the de-
lusion that the anti-Semites have
to be placated. They want us,
Jews, to be "lower than grass
and quieter than water" in order
not to be too conspicuous. They
forget that no matter what we
do, the anti-Semites cannot be
appeased: our very existence is
a thorn in their eyes. The bet-
ter we are, the more they hate
us, bcause that is their nature:
they are intolerant, narrow-
minded, mean, sometimes even
brutal and bestial.
Not that we Jews do not have
any faults. We are human: per-
haps not any better, but cer-
to the powers to whom we ap-
peal for our rights. "The Jews
cannot agree on what they want"
and that settles it.
Why don't they leave us alone?
They don't want to be Jews,
well, good riddance! They don't
want Palestinewho wants them
there? But why should they in-
terfere? Why should they try
to deprive others of the only
haven left for them?
DR. MEYER J. GLICK,
311 Lincoln Rd.
TURK TO HEAD
STATE BB DRIVE
Harold Turk, president of
Sholem Lodge of Miami, who has
been appointed by Jesse Fine,
president of B'nai Brith's Fifth
district, as Florida State mem-
bership chairman for 1945-46,
will supervise state phases of the
national membership drive which
starts Oct. 30 and continues
through Nov. 30.
Turk will visit the B'nai
B'rith lodges in Florida during
...........:
Miramar School Holds
Saturday Classes
at the only flag he would fight tainlv not anv worse than any
r would be the Stars ar%l '
iti ipes. That really put them
the mood to march on Pales-
Sno and take it in the name of
fther the United States or
[rabia.
I am an American and proud
kf it too. But I like to think as
jo most Americans, including our
treat President, of the thousands
: homeless Jews whose only
.lvation is Palestine.
Of course it is pretty hard for
|lie American Council for Judai-
sm to worry about the plight of
tarving homeless Jews after
Iheir full course dinners which
precede their meetings.
Aside from being a nuisance,
ne can thank the Council for
jniting a Jewry behind the
Zionist cause.
see where their last dinner
at the Urmey hotel drew only
fifty people though they had a
mble feature of flag-waving
tabbis. At the organization
ma-ting there were more than
leventy. Maybe they ought to
other group. We should strive
for improvement, in order to be
better Jews, better Americans,
better humans: but we should
do this on general principles,
not in order to please anybody.
In their appeasement these
Jews want to throw off all the
distinguishing features of the
Jews, cultural and moral. They
I claim that they are a religious
group and a religious group only
and that is their only distin-
guishing feature. The joke is
that they are not religious: what
little religion they do have is a.
anything but Jewish. Then,
what kind of Jews are they?
Well, that is the kind of Jews
they want to be.
Dr. Berman ascribes too much
importance to the council as a
factor in Judaism. Spiritually
they are degenerated, perfectly
impotent. Their following nu-
merically is insignificant. They
constitute a small fraction of one
per cent of the American Jews.
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington. Avenue, Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi: Or-
thodox Friday evening services at
5:S0 i. in. Saturday morning services,
B:30 a. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will .-!>.ik
on "Walking With" God." Cantor
Louis Feder will riiant the services.
Junior congregation services for boys
and girls of elementary school m^--
will be in-ill Friday at 5 p. m. under
the direction of Cantor Feder and
Saturday at it a. in. umi<-r the di-
rection nf H. QrosS, assiMeil by Sam
Schai hno. Isaac Hag-en will present
the Klddush. Shalosn Budos at 5:30
1>. m. Sunday Srhool sessions begin
:it 10 A. M. Sunday School induction
exercises will be held ill 7::i p. m. A
program of recitations, songs, awards
ami refreshments will be presented
All children anil ailuits are Invited.
Registration is now going on for daily
religious school.
Several inquiries have come to
the Floridian concerning the
holding of classes on Saturday
rather than Monday at the Mir-
amar school. It has been learned
that the change in daily schedule
is due to the fact that Mrramar
is now a demonstration school,
Classes are held on Saturday to
allow teachers from other schools
to observe new education meth-
ods being used at Miramar.
A similar situation exists at
the M e r r i c k Demonstration
school in Coral Gables.
Pupils who do not wish to at-
tend classes on Saturday at the
Miramar school may transfer to
other schools in the vicinity.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th
AvenueFriday evening services at
.".::'.'! p m. Saturday morning services,
8:30 a. in. Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah, 1545 S. W. Third Street. Fri-
day evening services at 5:30 p. m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30
m.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
ELECT BLUMENTHAL
Ed Blumcnthal has been in-
stalled as president of the Miam'
each Senior high school. Assisting
him as vice president is Bob
Kaye.
Other officers of the council in-
clude Jarkie Rosen, treasurer;
Helen Mamber, corresponding
secretary: Gloria Cohen, record-
ing secretary.
At the installation ceremonies,
the president introduced his new
cobinet members as follows:
Danny Kohl, scretaiy of the in-
teior; nnabel Wald, assemblies,
Lou Peters, athletics: Barbara
Firestone, social affairs: Larry
Sirkis, safety: Jim Spiesbergei,
war bonds; Stuart Jacobs war
stamps; Alan Fox, parliamentar-
ian: Pat Fuller, historian.
Palm Beach
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BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
139 N. W. Third Avenue; Max Sha-
piro, Rabbi: Conservative Services
will be held this evening at 5:45
o'clock and tomorrow at 8:30 a, m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will official.-, student
services, begun l.isl Saturday, are di-
rected by Sidney Dlckson, Frank
Oreenberg and Charles Roeenblltl at
10:30 a. in. Sunday School classes bi -
irin at In A. M Boys who have lie-
come bar mltsvah will meet at noon
Sunday for brenkfnsl and to form a
bar mltsvah class.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave-
nue. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman,
Rabbi: Conservative Kalihalas Shab-
bos, 6 p. m. Saturday morning serv-
ices. : a. in. The Junior congregation
will meet at in a. m. Minclia. 5:30
p. in. and Shaloah Stndos. 5:45 D. hi.
Natindav. Dally sci vices are held ;it
-, a. in. and ":!". |> m llabl.i I.ehrmnn
will in-each on the WeeklyPortlon of
the Law Saturday morning. Cantor
Emanuel Barkan will chant the serv-
ices A Young .Itulea rally for children
from in to In years old will lie belli
tomorrow night at 7: t.1 o'clock. A7.A.
i-.i-.i;. Bar Mluvata breakfast, 9 a. m.
Sunday.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Avenue, at 41st Street. Miami Beach;
Leon Kronish. Rabbi: Liberal I-inlay
evening services 3:13 o'clock. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on 'Noah s Ark
and Columbus" Santa Maria."" A so-
cial hour will follow the service with
tin- Mesdames Charlotte llaae. B.
Salsman, A. Blatl and I. Marcus as
hostesses. Saturday service. 10.30
a m Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
chant A l". minute organ prelude will
precede each service Bye Tellegen,
theatrical director and radio commen-
tator will be guest speaker at an
,,,.,, meeting of the slut erhood
Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL,'1377 N. W. 19th
Street; Saul Appelbaum. Rabbi: Re-
form Friday evening service 8:15
o m. Mrs. Norman Kossman is in
charge of the reception in Kaplan
hall which win follow the ervlce.
Mrs Harold 1!. Cohen will read the
Sabbath candle service and give the
blessing. Saturday morning service
at ii o'clock. Sunday School, 10 a. m,
\n children who had birthdays in Au-
gust will l- blessed this Sunday.
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that period and, together with
George J. Talianoff, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation League, will attend a
state executive meeting in Tampa
Oct. 20 and 21, to help plan the
membership drive.
Dr. A. L. Sachar's address be-
fore the combined membership of
B'nai B'rith and its affiliated
chapters in Greater Miami last
night initiated the local phase of
the national membership drive
campaign.
The new Miami Beach Lodge
headed by George J. Bcrtman.
Miami Beach realtor, is the first
new lodge to be formed in Flori-
da in several years. It is under-
stood that the charter for the
Miami Beach lodge will be re-
ceived shortly. All persons join-
ZIONISTS SPONSOR
ESSAY CONTEST
War bonds and books are the
prizes offered by the American
Zionist Emergency council to the
winners of the second annual es-
say contest for youth.
Entrants may pick ony of thr
following subjects for their es-
says "Why A Jewish Palestine-
Now,' "What Zionism Means To
Me and My Future." "Chalutziut
A Challenge merican Jewish
AYouth Must Meet.' "Why All
American Jewish Youth Should
Support Zionism," and "why
American Non-Jewish Youth
Should Be Interested In Zionism.'
The contest is divided into
three age groups10 to 13 years,
1 to 17 years, and 18 to 25 years,
, A S50 war bond will be the first
infi this lodge prior to Jan. 1 will prize jn each group. Two S25 war
be charter members.
"JEWISHCALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
CHANUKAH
First Candle.
Friday, Nov. 30
W^Ht'jrtfKaW1
ipoiiHpm *** ijw W
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
bonds will be the second prizes in
each group and three pr'zes of
S10 worth of war stamps will be
awarded the thid winners in each
group.
Twenty books on Jewish sub-
jects will also be awarded and .->
special award of a S50 bond will
be added if any essay is con-
sidered of unusual excellence.
Rules of the contest may be ob-
tained from the council at 342
Madison ave. New York 17. The
contest closes Nov. 30.
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BB REVIEWS
NXH SERVICE
The (inal report of the War
Service committee of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rittj of Greater
Miami, released by Harold Turk,
!)resident, reveals the many-
aceted war service program
thai was carried on by the 1500
members of the Lodge and
Women's Auxiliary during the
war,
Under the chairmanship of
Nat Roth, the committee's re-
port disclosed that day rooms
Were equipped at the Miami Air
pot and at the Nautilus hospi-
tal, the latter at a cost of $2,000.
Under the direction of Emma
Lazarus chapter of the B'nai
B'rith Women's group, socials
were held at the Nautilus hos
pital di Saturday nights
tor the benefit of the patients
and ;\ manent personnel.
For their outstanding woi i
the several Wai Loan drives, the
Lodge received Treasury Cer-
tificate awards.
Books and nes were
presented to librarj and arm}
hospital units in the South Floi -
ida ai ea A mobile I bi ai 5 unit
was serviced in one of ;':.< hos-
pital units bj the Ross chapter
of B'nai B th
The I odge coopei ted v ith the
Miami Arm) and Navy 1 nut-
tee 1 it NJWB in raising
1 Heroes Phoi
sh the staging fa
Nig Stars -
v established and
Mu B
B 1 .ink station .-..a I aded
b) H.
I vari-
ous .'ts iind< 1 supei
. Wai Sen ce
- been th Sunda)
d at I
CALENDAR Of EVENTS
Friday. October 12. 19*5:
Ma.lH.wHh Chairmen Meeting, 10:J0
, ..-. Kederalelun < 'fflce.
Monday, October IB>,1**>| ,..,,,
v joxvlDh I'onaress, Women a
Invtalliitton L,unrh<
hV.loralion HuilK-oi i ommlttee, s 1
in r. iti
Ted.iy. October 18. 1946:
|l, in .'n>'' Staterhood x'"
,wii \ Un-ture, S 15 P M.
Wednrari.it. October 17. ''-
Vwn \ Hoard M
Temple Beth Sh
Meetins ,,,
Monday, October 22, 1945:
Ml ml Beach Jewlal CYnl i ~ ;
hood lum
u in at t'entei
tVd Bee. e
''
Miami Sen I ? '"
Town Y '
ROSS MANAGES
OIL TERMINAL
Veteran of the original devel-
opment of what is now Port
Everglades, Preston Ross has re-
I turned to the scene of his work
20 years ago as new ly appointed
;,: oi the Belcher Oil Corn-
pan) t> i minal thei e.
Ross was associated with the
Hollywood Engineering company
e being transferred to the
ect at Porl Everglades in
12 > with the George U Hill
Engineering comi In 1930
be ame assoi iated with the
Florida Power Bnd Light com-
Face Facts
"SS'&SSS*
Mianti Beach YMHA. With a
. modest beginning in December
1944 when 12 servicemen wore
' the guests of the Lodge, popu-
of the Sunda) breakfasts
spread rapidl) to the point where
225 to 275 servicemen and
en, who haih -:. I rom practi-
, cally ever) state and..... ny
gn countries including Rus-
sia, England and China, wore
served elaborate breakfasts as
the its I Ige.
The oi gan :at m's coopei I "
drives, the
. of the
the Bl nd, and
: triotic proi s, is also
p j i bute I -
the Won n Aux
as well ths of the
AZ V BZB AND YOUNG WO-
MEN'S
f the s rvices ac-
I n 1 th L >dge
BUREAU SUPERVISES
MJOC EDUCATION
A Tribute To Wilkie
Lost We Forget This week.
the Wilkie Memorial building
was formally opened. With
American dignitaries and repre-
sentatives of the United Nations
participating, the memory of a
great American was dedicated in
mortar and stone. The list of
celebrities bowing to the memory
of one of America's great in-
eluded Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
Henry Monsky (national presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith), Helen
Haves. Sumner Welles. Justice
Mi ier Steinbrink and represen-
tatives from Great Britain.
. China and France.
Many of us recall quite vividly
th shock and deep feeling of
experienced upon re-
ceiving the news of Wilkie's sud-
o. Perhaps the passing
I n other national figure in
recent years, with the exception
of Fanklin Delano Roosevelt.
US more deeply.
All liberty loving people had
lost B staunch friend. One of
cracy's mainstays had gone.
Wendell Wilkie will long live
in the hearts and minds of con-
A ii :. .ins of the late
- and early 40*8. His influ-
ence upon our time i, p^ I
and historic.
Wilkie's "One World" h*
payed the way to the coneepji
a United Nations charter Z
a private citizen, he contributed
more than any other cona*
man to Am. understands
of its role in this "One WoW
and to the m< aning of *'*
unity, both at home and abS
It is most appropriate that ik.
Wilkie Memorial building S
house various inter-faith T
cies. all dedicated to present aM
translate into greater effects
nss the ideals and principles d
American demoe:..
The spirit this trulv 2,-Mt
American citizen will live on.
His ideals and philosophy a.t
consecrated in a li : Memotf
and are reflected in the follow-
ing quotation from the chartero(
the Wilkie Mem irial building-
"Educating men and women in
the fundamentals of religkxa
and racial toleran ~.
provemtnt :' : _-;
mental viewpoint in relation
thereto: combatting by education
the advocac. ny doctrine
which may pn h orursj
religious, racial
intolerance or ant -
CHIROPODIST RETURNS
. ... >J<
DOG

D to I signation of Rab-
' s Api t...... th< Mii mi
lox Congregatior
th B I Jewish Edu I n
:' .'-
at th -.-..-
ntil s '
nl plans ai e worked
ZIONIST DISTRICTS PLAN
MEETINGS NEXT WEEK
Mer s of 1 M ami B
: sti f the Zi nist Oi ganiza-
.a will elect offi-
t their meet ing at p m
: r mde B th Sh I >m
T M n Z D 51 : will
.. ... .. N. ; %. ...
3 I tortum I
..... Results I the
ting Id 1 -.
W c.. w ill
liscussion
--'..-- stinc
-
--. final

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s -.. fes members t
iit t lues, tr
.. ih< Palesi
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ns ~ lis*
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Decorating
pany and with them
until h ined ::^^ ; I forces
in Man h :-M! H ^L-^nt a vear
and a half t i
neei tl n and hi i attained
th< i ank I serge, nt w h n he
l ic army in
ber 1944.
Upon his retun Ross
joined 1 pany
as sales representativt :r. Brow-
and Pal Be, nties.
[n additi n I his n w d ties as
n nager. Ross will eon-
i inu in :.... _v t Bel h< i salt -
n th< nties i
sentmg I mi an)
t : n< .: I) two years. T I
pan' -..:.: at
Ft I
Dr. Hi: bert Feinberg. chiropo-
dist, nnounces his return to pri-
vate practice after four years in
the Army medical corps. Dr.
Feinberg spent 37 months over-
seas in Australia, New Guinea
and the Netherlands West Indies.
He has i ne battle star.
Before entering the Army.D r.
Feinberg practiced here. His
new offi > at 311 Lincoln id.
GROUP AIDS IN
LOCATING RUSSIANS
rhere is p poss tv of
tmg relatives in th< s
5 Soviet
tion tl jg : Infoi ma-
S <: Red
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Ai tions Russiar n be
led 1 Union I
K.-ss..;" Jews. ]
ied n this s for i
past tr ars i .._.. I
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--".'.'. >tained
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Stockholm Twenty-e i g h 11
tons of medical supplies and sur-
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fats, kosher meat, and other
.ii I : xl supplii -
were sent from Swed I
tuti Jews in Czechoslovakia in
A___st .' D been ad-
I ugh : lial l< sources
I at 24.000 Jews are in Slovakia
and 12. M in Bohemia-Moravia.
'!(\:. The Jewish com-
Mexico has organized
a C n I t th< J r.\ for
the purpose of increased coop-
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the el :- I Mexican Jews on
tsed Jews over-
Fine, practically new. bunga-
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PAGE ELEVEN
MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federate
I The Jewish Weliar* Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Servi
jon
Service
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BRV1CE
~-n- jr.. son of Mr
Herbert Roth. 5036
base been named a
or for 1945-46 in the
the Manlius school,
t Saul Broda, 1931 Mcri-
has been placed on n-
fcsiS at the separation
liami Beach. Recently
Id from the same base
George Fechter, 1416
Aviation Cadet Free-
levins. 2352 S. W. Third
con discharged from the
liival separation center,
bn. S. C.
Benjamin F. Fried,
drive. North Isle. Miami
ti-jved at Newport News
Ik aboard the Jess Mer-
Rubin M. Dayan, son of
Mrs. Ray Dayan, arrived
0n aboard the Kokomo
Sunday after three years
duty. ,
Ironze Star medal has
ented to Cpl. Dave
son of Charles Kron-
145 N. W. Fifth St., for
ling service at New
Bougainville and Luzon.
Bias the Silver Star medal,
jlbat Infantrymans badge
|o battle stars. After 39
duty he has returned
Inder the Army's rede-
nt plan.
Sgt. Gerald M. Shulan,
[Mrs. Esther Shulan. 1607
[Eighth st., has been as-
lo the Middletown, Penna.,
rhnical Service command
fit, ad field.
fck.ilan entered the Army
;intl is a veteran of 12
oerseas. He served in
and was a prisoner of
!i i many for eight months.
s the Air Medal with two
the Purple Heart: Unit
and the Good Conduct
laduate of Miami Senior
t 1. he was formerly
I y the civil service in
bgh. ____
ILouis Fine has returned to
farms Station in Vir-
fter a ten-day furlough at
:< t his parents, Mr. and
dor Fine, 334 N. W. Sec-
Private In Europe Sees
Necessity For Zionism
o-
rv
This is a letter written to Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Greenbaum,
1568 Washington ave.. by their
son, Pvt. Richard Greenbaum.
Sept. 18
Leghorn, Italy.
Dear Mom & Dad,
I have seen a lot of misery and
suffering since I came overseas
. but generally I don't even
notice them any more. This is a
necessary defense for a soldier
over here for were it not for that
a normal life would be impossi-
ble. However, yesterday I saw
and heard something that really
moved me.
Yesterday was Yom Kippur. |
As the services here were
strictly GI and we had heard
that there were civilian services
in town, we decided to stroll
over there.
The people there showed in
their appearance what they had
gone through in the last few
years. They were worn and
tired looking. But they were
proud. They seemed to adver-
tise their religion and what
they wanted from us above all
else was a mazuza.
... I was attracted to the
prettiest girl there. She acted
somewhat strangely and it de-
veloped for a reason. She had.
with her two brothers, returned
to Leghorn ten days before.
They had, along with two others,
been the sole survivors of the
500 hundred Jews in a concen-
tration camp in Bologna.
They all had been sterilized
and had their hair cut off. They
are living in a refugee asylum
. they have no beds or clothes
. they have no jobs or pros-
pects of one. They are hungry
beater., alone among themselves
with a past that is better for-
gotten and a future that is dark
at best but, unlike some individ-
uals that you and I can think of
back home, they are proud of
what they are.
Another group who are even
in more dire straits are those
who have no homes to go to.
They are cared for in a slightly
improved version of the concen-
tration camp. They are not in-
terested primarily in food or
money or clothes. They want
only one thing and that is to get
to Palestine. ... I am con-
vinced that Zionism is something
it is the duty and personal obli-
gation of every American Jew
to back with all the means at
his aid one thing I will
swear is Europe won't be the
place to go to in the next 50 to
100 years. This is no haven, it
is a hell. .
As always.
DICK.

Levine Describes Services

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This is a New Year's card lhat was V-mailed to Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Brick by Lt. Stanley G. Dorfman, of the Headquarters
Squadron, 75th Air Service group in the Pacific.
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David and Florence Schiller Formerly at Howard
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Pi.es Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream made on premises.
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Howard Levine. aviation ordi-
nance man, 2-c, has been over-
seas in the Pacific for the past
year. Before entering the Navy
three years ago, he attended the
University of Florida. A gradu-
ate of Gordon Military college,
he is the son of Mrs. Minna
Lavine, 2117 S. W. Fifth St., to
whom he wrote the following
letter.
Dearest Mother:
Tonight I attended the most
impressive religious service that
I have attended in my life. Just
a few months ago I told you of
the consecration service which I
participated in, at San Francisco.
Of course, the consecration serv-
ice was in charge of the chief of
Jewish Chaplains of the Navy,
Commander Straus, but our serv-
ice was our own tonight.
Yom Kippur is a definite and
important part of our religion
and if I missed the services this
year it would be the first time
in my life. You know as well as
I do, that I could never be ilassed
as a good Jew. I know no He-
brew and very little Yiddish,
however, I've always made an
effort to attend services when-
ever possible, and services are
something I've had to miss since
I've been overseas.
Tonight eleven of us got to-
gether and conducted our own
Yom Kippur service. If any Or-
thodox or even good Jews at-
tended our service, I'm sure that
they would have felt very badly
knowing what Jews we were.
But we are Jews out here, and
because we are Jews we wanted
to observe our Holy Days. We
found it rather difficult giving
the service and our Kol Nidre
was in English, but we did man-
age to stumble through it all.
And then, I conducted a Yizkor
service. I know it wasn't good,
but I know Daddy will under-
stand that I tried, and because
of him I tried my best to make
Mind it very difficult to ex-
press myself, but I guess it all
amounts to the fact that Im
proud to be a Jew.
From now on were going to
.! try and have services every Fri-
day It will be almost impossible
to have a minian, but we can get
t0WcH?rMom. I just wanted you
to know that even though I m
12,000 miles from home l sun
think of you and all of my dear
After serving 14 months in the
European area. First Lt. Harold
Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Michelson, 1238 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, has been dis-
charged with 128 points. Recent-
ly returned from France, he com-
pleted 40 missions as a bomba-
dier-navigator. He wears the air
medal with seven Oak Leaf clus-
ters and has four battle stars on
his ETO ribbon. His brother, a
Pfc. Bernard Michelson, who
spent 18 months in England, is
home on a 45-day furlough. A
graduate of Miami Beach high
school he has six battle stars on
his ETO ribbon anl shares a
Presidential Unit citation with
other members of the 490th Bomb
group. _____
First Lt. David Guttenmacher
is spending his terminal leave
with his wife, Martha, and their
son, Edward, at their home, 1144
N. W. 29th Terrace. In service
44 months, Lt. Guttenmacher
expects to be discharged late in
November. While overseas for
14 months in Europe, he was at-
tached to the 107th Field Artil-
lery battalion of the 2 8th In-
fantry. He has four campaign
stars.
Philip William Abrams, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abrams. 903
Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, has
been promoted from aviation ma-
chinist's mate first class to chief
petty officer at the Jacksonville
naval air station.
Among troops arriving on the
Queen Elizabeth Tuesday was
Sgt. Martin Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, 1700
S. W. 14th Ter. Sgt. Goldstein
has been overseas for three
years and in the service for over
four years. Before being sent to
Europe, he worked on the Cana-
dian-Alaskan highway with the
Army engineers. He recently
saw action in Germany. The
Goldsteins have two other sons
in the service. Cpl. Aaron Gold-
stein is stationed in North Caro-
lina and Cpl. Sidney Goldstein
is overseas in Germany.
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FRIDAY,
AJC APPEALS FOR
CHANUKAH GIFTS
An appeal for Chanukah pres-
ents for European children lias
been issued by Mrs. Stephen S.
Wise, national president of the
Women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.
For the first time in six veai's
Jewish children in Europe will
be able to celebrate Chanukah.
with the aid of the AJC.
Deadline for si'ndinj* packages
.s Oct. 13. Parcels will he shipped
on "Unity" boats, so called be-
er, use Christians and Jews are
eooporatinK in the holiday seas-
son project The World Christ-
mas Festival is sendinfi packages
to non-Jewish children.
Mrs. wise has made the foi- Auxiliary Honors Aprils
THE
JEWISH I-
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME
lowing suggestions for persons
wishing to make contributions:
Individual packages should
weigh no more than four pounds.
Sire should he limited to one
foot by six inches. Gifts should
be designated lor a child of a
specific age and sex and. if de-
sired, a specific country.
The name and add', ess of the
sender and the designee of the
parcel should he clearly indicat-
ed on the wrapping. Write a
short, friendly message to the re-
cipient. Address letters and par-
cels for .cone:.il distribution to
Congress Defense House, 50 W.
68th St.. N.u York city.
Foods, clothing, toilet and sew-
ing articles and games are on
the list suggested as c:::> Sep-
or money ($3 to %s
for one parcel may be mailed
to she A.',' I Chan ikah gifi
disti
On 18th Anniversary
A reception in honor of the
18th wedding anniversary of
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April was
given by the Ladies' auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox C>:i
ation last night at the
irei Zedek Talmud Torah.
Rabbi April has resigned from
the MJOC to accept a post in
nnah.
Mrs R. Ofsowitz was chair-
man of the arrangement com-
mittee which consisted of Mrs.
E. Moss. Mis. D. Kleeber. Mrs.
H. Feldan. Mrs. H. Ross, Mrs. S.
Kostoff, Mrs. H. August. Mrs. H.
Sklanskv. Mrs E. 1.. Becker.
Mrs 1! Pearl. Mrs. S. Blank.
Mrs. N. Siegal, Mrs. B. Sokoloff.
Mrs 1 Buckstein, Mrs. H.
\\\ iner.
NOTICE!
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15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian were
increased to S3 00 per year, S2 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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QUESTION: What is a Levi?
ANSWER: One of the twelve
-ons of the patriarch Jacob was
called Levi. As the families of
these respective sons developed
j into the tribes of Israel one tribe,
which constituted the descen-
dents of Levi. assumed his name
as the tribal name. According to
the Talmud no special impor-
tance was attached to this tribe
until the event where the chil-
dren of Israel worshipped the
Golden Calf at Mount Sinai.
The tribe of Levi refrained
, from this pauan practice and was
henceforth given special recogni-
tion. Its members were set aside
as those to Whom were assigned
Ute tlohest functions ot the peo-
ple, i.e. the care and promotion
ol tile Temple and its services.
Replacing the lust-born who
wert previously so assigned, they
became tin- caretakers, tne priests
' and ttie singers in the Temple.
In recognition of this station in
j life it is still customary to give
| the second "Aliyah" at the read-
ing of ttie Torah. One who be-
| longs to that tribe is still called
a Levi.
QUESTION: What is a 'Kohen?"
ANSWER: Of the entire Levite
. tribe one sect was assigned to
] tne highest duties in tne temple.
I'nese were tile descendants of
i Aaron the high priest. In every
generation one ui Uiese would be
' c.oied tne "Kohen Godol" thigh
priest; and the rest were
K.ohanim' (priests). Among the
tunctions ot tlie Kohen were the
ottering of sacrifices, the bless-
' ing ot [he people ana other high
i lunetions in the Temple.
A member of this sect, who is
I by definition a descendant of
Aaron is called a -Kohen." Even
ij he is entitld to th first
Aliyah' at the reading of the
he receives the redemp-
tion money for the first-born
males, he participates in the
'Duchanen" tthe blessing cere-
m my) on the major festivals as
well as several otner functions.
QUESTION: Why is a "Kohen"
foroidaen to be near a dead body
or a grave?
ANSWER: This injunction is
und .:-. tne Bioie (Leviticus 21).
tuccept for the next ot Kin wno
are enumerated inerein, any con-
tact or proximity witn a dead
body u prohibited. Tne reason is
sen evident
S i the priests were closely
and constantly associated witn
: : '..... : the sanctuary, and
one who had been near tne im-
punty of death was not allowed
" santuary, special laws
we instituted to guard aguinsi
mpunty of tne priests and
iisruption of the temple
" e Sen i to tne Almightv
was constantly regarded as "a
I life and those who
were th. highest agents were
thus pi hibited from naving con-
With death, except where1
' n< cessary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PAVES HANK TAVKRN at 2101 N.
W. 17th Ave Miami, Florida, Intends
to register Mid name with the Clerk
of in., circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
HARRY HEHMAX
MORRIS GOLD
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
10/5-12-19-26 11/2
LEGAL
CUlt O.urt^BggS
.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
a under the fictitious names at
the locations hereinafter mentioned
to-wit:
WE1NKI.KS I.IQCOR STORES'
1709-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
Florida;
WEINKLES LIQFOR STORKS,
Blscayne Boulevard. Miami,
Florida:
WEINKLES LIQFOR STORES.
221 i Ponce iv Leon Boulevard
Coral i lables, Florida;
Intends lo register aald names with
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CARL WETNKLE.
AARON WE1NKLE.
LEO A. CHAIKIN
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys f'-r Applicants
10/6-lS-ll-M ll '2
NOTICE is hereby given that the
lerslgned. desiring to encage In
Inesa under the fictitious names
.( the locations hereinafter mention -
ed, to-wlt:
CARLS MARKET. MIS Biseavne
Boulevard, Miami, Florida:
CARLS MARKET, IMS S. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida;
CAKES MARKET, Too West list
Street Miami Beach, Florida:
WEINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach. Florida:
CARLS BAKERY, 7S". s. W. 19th
Av< nue, Miami. Florida;
DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY.
MHO N. W. ISrd Street, M ami
Florida:
ntendt t" register said names with
the clerk of the circuit Court of
mty. Florida.
CARL WEINKLE.
lARON WEINKLE.
IVAN C. BOWSER SR.
Applicants.
MYERS HEIMAN.
Attorneys f..r Applicants.
10'5-12-19-2 11 2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE I7S06
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
L. E. i lOSS. holder of Everglades
Drainage District Tax Certificate
Numbered 794-'. dated the 7th day
of July. A. P. IM1, has filed said
Certificate in my office and has made
appll for tax deed to Issui
thereon In accordance with law
Said Certificate .-mbraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
I...I ".. Block M, Falrlawn. a
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In the County of I>ade. State of
Florid i
The assessi enl of aid property
thi Certificate Issued was in
L. It. Warren. Unless
shall Im> rede.
ording to law. taa deed will Is-
then thi list day of October.
A D., 194!
Dated this Mth day of September.
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' erk of 'Ircult Court. Pade
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