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

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

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

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"fa^^THE JEWISH UNITY
GMi
tuc if wish WEEKLY
Fme 18NUMBER 42
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
jnsion in Palestine Explodes
rjth Raids on British Posts
LOAN DRIVE
Jlans for the B'nai B'rith
Bull Victory Loan drive were
(rnuhitt'd at a luncheon meet-
I Monday at the Clover club.
Albert Pallot, chairman of
Sholem lodge division of
drive, announced a one miV-
dollar quota for the Miami
Rion of the drive which will
I from Oct. 29 to Dec/ 9. Sam
Shapiro, chairman of the
kch division, said that the
Ech will, in all probability, es-
fliih a similar quota.
enlative plans for a theater
hy and auction to launch the
An and a cabana show to wind
up were made. Booths will be
up and operated by B'nai
lith women in the downtown
tppinK districts.
Emphasis will be on the sale
|E, F and G bonds, the com-
Btee said.
Other local groups are plan-
h to participate in the War
Ind Drive.
J JERUSALEM(ITA)The tension which has been building
Biere during several weeks of uneasy guiet exploded this
Tk with a series of incidents ranging from an attack on a
_sh arms depot to the freeing of a large group of "illegal"
[nees from a British internment camp.
A large party of armed Jews raided a military training
ot near Rehovoth and, after overpowering the guards, es-
ed with 218 rifles, 15 machine-guns, 220 bayonets, steel
nets, uniforms and ammunition. They fled in trucks stolen
the depot, which were found abandoned the next day
_with notes of "thanks" pinned to
them.
Ten Jews and several police-
men were injured in a clash in
the Montefiore quarter of Tel
Aviv. The clash developed when
thousands of Jews from neigh-
boring sections broke through a
police and military cordon
which had been thrown around
the Montefiore area, apparently
on a tip that arms were secreted
there. The police attackd the
crowd with their clubs, and were
met with a hail of stones. After
two police cars had been dam-
aged and several policemen
wounded, the British major in
command of the unit ordered it
to withdraw.
Existing security measures are
being tightened throughout the
country. Military check posts
were established on the roads
leading to Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv, and vehicles are being
halted and searched, and the
identity of the passengers
checked.
It was learned here that High
Commisioner Lord Gort urged
the leaders of the Jewish Agency
and of the Jewish National
Council, whem he received last
week, to use their utmost influ-
ence in securing the mainten-
ance of order.
A conference of the presidents,
premiers and foreign ministers
of Syria and Lebanon issued a
communique in Damascus de-
claring that they will act jointly
with other Arab states to "com-
bat Zionist infiltration." The
meeting is regarded as prelimi-
nary to the Arab League confer-
ence, which is scheduled to open
in Cairo at the end of this
month. ._,.,
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The ministers of Egypt, Syria,
Iraq and Lebanon called on
Secretary of State James F.
Byrnes, and presented him a
point memorandum on Pales-
tine, on behalf of themselves
and the Arab League. They in-
timated to the press their hope
that the State department
would make the memorandum
public. ,
Chairman of the Arab Land
Reemption Fund Ahmed Hilmi
Pasha, in a memorandum to Lort
Gort, asked for "firm measures
to counter "the challenge to
Government authority" in Pales-
tine. He said that recent inci-
dents connected with illegal
Jewish immigration would
"arouse Arab fears and prompt
the Arabs to rise in defense ot
themselves and their homeland.
ROSETO DIRECT
E
IBINOFF TO DIRECT
TORA WELFARE
Years of experience in social
ilfare work in the United
laLs by George W. Rabinoff
II be turned to the ben-
pt of the peoples of war-
hckcn countries in Europe,
ppointment of Mr. Rabinoff
deputy director of welfare
' the United Nations Relief and
pabilitation administr ation
announced Sunday by the
Washington office of Director
Jneral Herbert H. Lehman.
Mr. Rabinoff, whose most re-
Int post was that of associate
ltecutive in charge of the Jew-
charities in Chicago, is al-
lady on his way to Europe.
CHAPLAIN OFFICIATES
IT LAST SERVICE
[chaplain Saul Kraft, AAF Re-
Tstnbution Station No. 2, Miami
each, will officiate' for the last
hie at Friday evening services
p. m. tonight at the Beach Y.
was announced by Sam Blank,
airman of the Army and Navy
bmniittee.
I Chaplain Kraft, who has been
ferving Jewish personnel of the
fme d forces in this area for
per a year, is being transferred
I Mitchell Field, N. Y.
At a luncheon at the Nauti-
p hospital officers' club Tues-
day, friends and associates of the
haplain presented him with a
pterwriting case. Jack Marash,
ltecutive director of the Beach
> made the presentation. Sam
.tank was toastmaster.
I Theme of the addresses given
K Kraft's fellow chaplains was
Jie.unity among different faiths
luring the war and the neces-
Ttv. of maintaining close coordi-
ation in peacetime.
HOUSING LEADERS
PLAN FUTURE NEEDS
Gus Jacobson, USO-JWB su-
pervisor of the Second Service
command, arrived in Miami bat-
urday to consult with high-rank-
ing Army officers at the Beach
and the board of directors of he
Miami Beach.Servicemen s Hous
ing corporation on the futuit
housing needs of permanent
party Personnel and their fam-
jJcotaon, who was instru-
mental in setting UP g
ration last year, was called bacK
to Miami at the request of Leon
Schulman, JWB rMgfffi
here In his work with the bee
ond Service command Jacobson
directs activities in New York
New Jersey, Delaware and Penn
sylvania.
Joseph F. Rose, former execu-
tive director of the Federation,
has been appointed campaign di-
rector of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center $500,000
building fund drive. Announce-
ment of his appointment was
made by Samuel Friedland, presi-
dent, at a meeting of the Steering
committee of the campaign at the
Tides hotel.
Harry Sirkin was chairman of
the dinner and brief addresses
were given by Mr. Friedland, Al-
fred Stone, chairman of the arch-
itects committee; Nat Hankoff.
chairman of the publicity com-
mittee; Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual
leader; and Mr. Rose.
Tentative opening for the drive
was set for Nov. 11 at which time
a dinner will be held. Solicitation
of funds from local residents will
be concluded Dec. 31 in order not
to conflict with other local drives,
Friedman said. Tourists and those
who have been out of town will
be invited to make contributions
at any time they wish, he said,
adding that since Federation docs
not appeal to tourists, there will
be no conflict.
In announcing the appoint-
ment, Friedland emphasized that
Rose agreed to accept the posi-
tion after a careful weighing of
all community factors.
A graduate of two schools of
social work. Rose has had wide
experience with individual and
group work. Before soi-ving in
the Army for two and one-half
years, he was connected with the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
FOUR MIAMIANS TO
SERVE ON COUNCIL
Herbert U. Feibelman, J. Ger-
ald Lewis, Benjamin W. Slote
and Herman Wohl have been ap-
pointed members of the national
council of the Hebrew Union
college which is celebrating its
70th anniversary this year. Spe-
cial religious ceremonies will be
held in Cincinnati the first week
of December to commemorate
the reform seminary's "three
score and ten."
Founded in 1875 by Isaac
Mayer Wise, a Bohemian immi-
grant rabbi, the college is the
oldest Jewish theological school
in the Americas. n.
During the war, the college
brought ten great scholars from
Europe to spare them from cer-
tain death by the Nazis. These
ten now comprise the seminal ys
College in Exile.
The Hebrew Union college
holds that Judaism is a contin-
uously progres.ve religious dis-
cipline and that it must be kept
constantly liberal and spiritually
al"It believes that if Judaism is
to live and expand here in Amer-
ica, it must be open to every
positive influence of modernism,
must square itself with every ad-
mtfa scientific thought and
must engender that type of re-
hgious Bevotion which will
evoke the uncompromising loy-
alty of every Jew," spokesmen
^'Durrngtrfirs?^ years the
ESS^=a^lyhemS
S3L3 ffua$
items of Jewish interest. The
college is housed upon its own
tract of 18 acres. .
trThe Teachers' Institute of the
college was established in 1909
^m&S|ov^^t|:
groups of the Jewish congrega-
tions in America.
Congressmen Introduce Plea
For Free Immigration of Jews
WASHINGTON(ITA)Two Senators and two Congress-
men introduced bi-partisan resolutions in the Senate and House
calling for free immigration of lews into Palestine, and for an
international commission to "effectuate the immediate transfer
of the Hebrew people of Europe to Palestine."
The Senators are Francis J. Meyers, Democrat, of Pennsyl-
vania, and Charles W. Tobey, Republican, of New Hampshire.
The Congressmen are Andrew L. Somers, Democrat, of New
York, and Bertrand W. Gearhart, Republican, of California.
The text of the resolutions, which are identical, reads as
follows: 0
"The United States shall use
its good offices and take imme-
diate appropriate measures to
the end that Palestine shall be
re-opened at the earliest pos-
sible moment for free entry of
Hebrews into that area, and that
there shall be full opportunity
for colonization and settlement
on the land by the Jewish peo-
ple, and that Palestine ultimately
be established as a free and inde-
pendent democratic state with
full citizenship rights for its in-
habitants without discrimination
based on racial or religious fac-
tors.
"Pending the setting up of
governmental machinery to ef-
fectuate the establishment of
Palestine as an
Y
TO OPEMOGT. 29
Following the dissolution of the
government nursery program, the
Miami YM&WHA will open its
own nursery Oct. 29. it was de-
cided at a board meeting Wednes-
day night.
The Y nursery will be estab-
lished for a probationary period
of three months under the super-
vision of Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
who has been in charge of the
government nursery at the Y for
the past three years.
In addition to preschool train-
,- | ing, Jewish content will be of-
independent i fered with the assistance of the
*"" "" .. ,, ^.'Bureau of Jewish Education. A
democracy and to aid,the people stl.icUy koshfciv kitchen will be
of Palestine in so doing, our ex- maintained.
ecutive department is urged to J According to preliminary plans,
qns
35 all-dav pupils, 20 mornirrg and
20 afternoon students. Preference
will be given to children of Y
members. Registration closes
Oct. 27.
take the initiatory steps in con-
junction with other interested
United Nations to set up a su-
pervisory international commis-
sion to effectuate the immediate
transfer of the Hebrew people
of Europe to Palestine and to in- [
sure peaceful and orderly pro- MJOC ELECTS BAER
cesses in securing these ends. cryONn VOTTTSin
Official sources this week de- IN bfcOUJNL VUIIINVjt
nied a report that President Tru- --------- ___
man has summoned American A. M.Baer was elected presi-
diplomatic representatives from dent of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
Middle Eastern countries for a dox congregation at a meeting
conference in connection with Tuesday night In a previous elec-
the Palestine situation. | tion last week Bear tied with
It was oointed out that Lowell' H. M. Drevich. 150 members were
C Pinkerton, U. S. Consul in; present.
Palestine, was here on leave Other officers elected were:
from Jerusalem, and that the Philip Berkowitz. first vice presi-
U S envoys to Egypt and Saudi I dent; A. Pepper, second vice pies-
Arabia had arrived here for pe- | ident; Herman Pearl, third vice
riodic State department consul-
tations. George Wadsworth, U.
S envoy to Syria and Lebanon
is due here about Nov. 1 for sim-
ilar consultation. These visits,
official sources emphasized.
president; Max Jacobskind, re-
cording secretary: Max Kupper-
stein, financial secretary: Jack
Stone, treasurer.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were: Harry Shear, Fred K.
Otliciai souii.c v.,..*""-~ iois were: nunj oncm, > *
were in the nature of State de- shochet, Max R. Silver, George
> ____lJ_. nnrJ r\r\ Oun. I m* T .. T"l 1..-. U a r( C i *>\
partment routine and no gtn-
eral consultation was going on.
MIAMI Y TO RUN
INDEPENDENT DRIVE
Following a decision of its
board Wednesday night, the
Miami Y has asked to be re-
leased from its contract for a
United Jewish Building Fund
campaign. Federations ap-
proval of a separate drive for
a Y building will be sought.
The United Jewish Building
Fund campaign, scheduled to
start last week, has been in-
definitely Postponed The
Town and Beach Ys,. HillU
and the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation were to have bene-
fitted from the single capital
funds drive. ^^^^_
BJE TO REORGANIZE
The reorganization meeting of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
will take place 8 p. m. Tuesday
at the office of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
At this meeting members-at-
large will be chosen a Nominat-
ing Committee will be appointed
for the election of officers, and
other important matters pertinent
to the work of the Bureau will
be on the agenda.
Stone, Nat Blumberg. Sam
Blank, I. Schwartz, Morris Pep-
per, William Friedman, D. Singer,
M. Kotkin, William Clein, Max
Rappaport, Sid H. Palmer, D.
Kleber, D. Ochs, H. M. Drevich
and Milton Weiner.
A. Pepper, Sid H. Palmer and
H. M. Drevich will serve as
cemetery representatives.
NEW AZA GROUP
Bob Sherwood has been elect-
ed president of the newly formed
Flamingo chapter of Aleph Za-
dek Aleph which meets every
Wednesday evening at Temple
Beth Sholom. Membership is op-
en to 15-17 year old boys.
MELBOURNE (JTA) The
executive committee of the
Council of ustralian Jewry this
week cabled to APrime Minister
ttlee, appealing for abrogation
of the White Paper and the
opening of Palestine to Jewish
immigration.
At the sametime, the Austral-
ian Palestine Committee sent
the Prime Minister a similar
cable signed by Bishop Pilcher
of Sydney and Prof. Woodruff
of Melbourne.. Emergency meet-
ings of Zionist groups are sched-
uled to be held throughout the
country.
. "
'
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER I
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
THITHER AND YONDER WITH THE LOCAL FOLK
Rumor has it iliai the Lou Beimans are moving i Rivo Win Island
li.diln Saul Vppelbaum officiated at tin- naming of John Irwin, ion of Mr.
mill Mr-. Stuarl (.union ami grandson of Mr. ami Mr-. Monte Selig. Fridaj
night at Temple Iwael N. Douglas Raff has been elected president
of the Greater Miami Iluu-I association succeeding Andrew ORourke
vim died Sept. II. Mr. Kaff wai promoted from ihr vice presidency
Jark _pte celebrated hia son's wedding bj long distance Sunday, VThile
Marvin ami Mi-- Joyce Stollmack were being married in San rrancisco,
Mr. \pi<- entertained relatives and friends at his home ami heard the cere-
mony over the telephone Mr-, tnte returned from California ruesdaj
. Cornelia Turk, daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Harold Turk celebrated
Iht birthday Sundaj \l-o on tin- birthday list this week are Rabbi
>. M. Mai lit. i and Rabbi Saul .ppelbaum. Tne Temple Israel sisterhood
is pi\inc .1 reception in l\al>l>i Vppelbaum'i honor tonight Rabbi
Macntei's son, Leo. liu?- been awarded a scholarship to Jullianl where !
i* studying the oboe Mrs. tnnie Lieberman of long Branch, N. J..
arrived in Miami Mnml.it lo spend the winter with her son. Iron Lieber-
man. I HI S, W 5th street. Another son, Irving Lieberman. live* on Miami
Beach .
Mr. ami Mrs. M. P. Reiner celebrated their fourth anniversar] at their
home. Ud Meridian aw-.. Oct. '>. Among the guests were Mr. ami Mrs.
Samuel Grundwerg. Mr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Writ/man. Mr. ami Mr-. Samuel
Reinhard. antor loin- Feder. Abraham Kushenbaum. vice president ol the
national council of Young Israel. Mr. ami Mr-. Samuel Scharhno ami
several servicemen stationed here. Mr. ami Mrs. Reiner rerentl) returned
from a northern vacation. Mr. Reiner i- chairman of the liith Jacob board
of education.
Mr. ami Mr-. Jark llir-rh. 645 Lenox, entertained several friends on
their fourteenth anniversary last week. The; also were hosts at a Sholosh
Su.lo- at I!, ih Jacob Saturday night \i a recent board meeting the sister-
hood, of which Mr-, lln-ih i- president, presented the couple with a silver
fruit basket.
Mr. ami Mr-. .. M. Morrison have moved to their new home at li>,si
Lenox ave.. Miami Beach I apt. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta -prut lasl
weekend with Mrs. Serotta'* parents, Mr. and Mr-. Isaac Levin. Capt
Serotta expect* to be transferred from his Venice. I la., post -non ... Mr
ami Mr-. Martin T. Cohn, who were married Sept 28. an- now making
tluir home in Hollywood. Mrs. Cohn i- the former Harriet Julian Damen*
stein.
Harp (.trover Retalick, iu-t returned from duty with the Vrmy air
forces, has joined the Vmerican National hank a- a \ice-president Dr.'
Frederick R. I rank was elected vice president of the Florida Mat.- Chiro-
practors .....iation last week at the list annual convention M. J. Heck.
managei .1 Burdine's Lincoln road store, ami S. \. Stanley, Miami Beach
jeweler. ^ r. elected to fill office* in the retail merchants' division of ibe
Miami Bearh Chamber of Commerce lasl Tuesdav al a meeting presided
over li I >i Morris Goodman, head of the division Rabin Irving Lehrman
was in>tallmt nffirrrs al thi \\.....en's division. American Jewish congress
installation hrun m Monday. Over 500 women attended the affair. Rabbi
I hriiian \..,- tm-i speaker a) a luncheon meeting of the Probu* club
Tuesday al ihi I rmey Manuel Baker. 1859 S, W lfith -t.. i- hum. aft. r
a siegi al ihe L'niversity hospital. While ill. he received word of the
death ol In- tailor in Srhnectady. X. V
GOING. GOING. GONE
Mr and Mr*. David Veinberg motored lo Brooklyn lasl week to vi-ii
In- mother. Mrs, Zelia Veinberg. The younger Mrs. VTcinberg i- new
president ol tin Miami Beach Women's league and *ill open the league**
activities for ihe season when she relume in two week* Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Dok>on left bj plan, for New York last Friday for a to w.-.-k
vacation Bill Singer flew lo i levi-land Monday night to visil his brother
who i- ill l>r ami Mr-. Max I. n.lri. h returned lo Chicago Tuesdaj
after spending nine days with his parents. Mr. ami Mr-. Joseph Tendrich .
Mr. tnd Mr-. hard Roengarten left tin- week for s vacation in the North
Mr-. HemiaifBGordon i- on a -i\ weeks buying tour in New York .
Nal Roil: i- in ramps where he'll presidi al ihe annual Rorida Fashion
Man showing to be held Oct. __ through J4. He's expected ha. k the 27th
d iln- month. Visa attending the merchandise exhibition ar.- Perry Radin,
treasurer, and George M, ( ohen, secretary,
SCHOOL DAYS. SCHOOL DAYS
Dorothv Rae Goldstein. 5828 Pin. Tree dr. Miami Beach, ami Bernard
Vdam Kaniui-ki. (01 Deer Run dr. Miami Springs, ar.- enrolled at North-
western university. Evanston. III. Doroth) i- taking a lil.iral art- course
.in.l Bernard i- studying snedirim Mi-- tudrrj Hankoff, Hid Nautilus
dr., and N|i-- Lucille Turrhin, 1003 14th -t. ar. Miami Bearh -irl- pledging
Wphs Vp-ilon Phi sororit) at thi I niversitv of Texas Mi-- Ester Argintar
of Miami Bearh i- president ..f I Mia Phi Epsilon sororit) at Tallahassee .
Mi- Mona In Pastroff, daughter of Mr-, inn Pastroff, 1856 S. W 1 Ith t. r..
has entered her freshman year al Tally. Mona i- a member ..f Tri Beta .
Mis* Paula Ginsburg i* staying with her sister ami brother-in-law, Mr. ami Mr-.
I.- irgi hertkof. while attending the L'niversit; ..I Miami where she i- s
freshman Mr-. Chertkofs brother-in-law, J... Goldstein, arrived in Miami
from YOUNGER SET INCREASES fin Philadelphia, Montreal and \. v.
TV -on ol Mr. and Mr-. J.-hn York where she wiU be joined bj her
kroneofeld *ir born ( t 11 in Ja.k- husband.
nal hospital Lynn WELCOME HOME
IsjBfhter "f Mr. and M
CANDLE LIGHTING
Friday. Oct. 19. 1945
Light candles for Sab-
bath at 5:32 p. m.
Sisterhood to Install Officers
At Luncheon Meeting Monday
S. Lieberman Mis* Frances Gins-
berg is bark from a four week vaca-
tion in New *l ork and Maun- .
Mrs. Emmanuel Greenberg returned
to the rit) lasl week after visiting
her husband's parents in Birmingham,
Via. While her husband i- overseas,
she i- living with her parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. S I! Mill, i Mrs. I rna W oik.
835 Michigan, ha- returned from a
three month vacation with her child-
ren in Vltoona, ( lev eland and New
York Sgt Burnett Roth a- in
town from (amp itlamlmg lor a frw
davs tin- week Mr-. Vnn.i Berow
i- bark in Miami after spending three
month* iih hrr children in Imago
and \.. York David Millet has
returned lo Miami Beach from \\. -I
Hartford. Conn. Lee Swartz, a
trustee of tne Miami Bearh Elks'
lodge, returned Saturdav from a two
month sojourn in ( inrinnati Mr-.
Benjamin Kohu returned vesterdaj
from Washington, It. ('.
Installation of officers of the
sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center will
follow the luncheon which will
take place at the Center 1 p. m.
Mondav.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
The Family ol the Late
MALVINA HAAS
Express their sincere thanks
for the many expressions
of sympathy and condol-
ence during their recent
bereavement.
SAMUEL HAAS
Husband
and Daughter
NORMA
recording secretary u
Uel Qk_. fman^i^S
Miss Li
install Mrs. Joseph M. Rose as
pit sident, Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
first vice president; Mrs. Nathan
Stiefel, second vice president;
Mrs N. H. Hankoff. third vice
sident; Mrs. Arthur Klein,
"I'M L,l u;,n nan,.-
ponding M.u,,aryM'Kr-
Mrs. Lehrman, pr0_-an,
man, wi I be as.S^"
Milton SirfiSftt
mistress
speaker wi be Jn4
***** everal vocal X,
and Bernard Mayenon,^
and his ;xcompani_, V
Laibson, will aisoS^
program. ppwl
Annoum menta will _,_
by Mrs. Samuel Jm_I"
president, and Mrs. ttSM
man, chaplain, will close _T
gram win. a prayer
Chairman of the day
Oka, has the following L
tee workinj with ner on i
Mrs. Stiefel, Mrs i
Leven ana .Mrs. Joseph u
Mrs Friedland and Mrs _,
I Sonenblu k. .-hostesses i_i
(assisted ay Mrs. William fJ
Mrs. WeutDi ... Mrs. Samuelu
ton, Mrs. J. seph BermanM,
Max Oie. i.: ... Mrs. JackS
Mrs. Hankoti. flower andd
rations chairman, has Mrs.1
Mrs. Lehrman, Mrs.
Kohn and Mrs, Leo
on her committee The:.
ment chairman, Mrs. Al
off, will have as her aides)
N. Rifkin. Mrs C. Speizer.!
H. Seligrj h. Schn.
man. Mrs I. Shi: man and Mall
Kimmel.
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Have your roof repaired now; you
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PHONE 4-5860
WATCHING CHILDREN
evning. nights or doing secre-
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to 10:30 p. m. in exchange for
room and partly board, appreci-
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pulsory. Could start beginning of
November., Mrs. J. c o Jewish
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Perti M in. On an dr_ Mian i
Beach. Sept 14 Bruce hrUto-
phi -. km al Mr. and Mr- W illian
Huthe- Klein, 249S N *. 82nd -t..
Sept *1 Ralph Jo-, pli. -..n ..f
Mr. an.I ^lr- Kalpli John Si hoeo-
berfer. 15*1 Alton rd_ Miami Beach, "'
DEPARTMENT
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*Jewistrhrlcttan
PAGE THREE
-THE NEWS IN VIEWS--
I'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION HELPS BUILD HEBREW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
J.D.C. SENDS BOOKS TO JEWS IN GERMAN CAMPS
:\

J.D.C.
CUITURAIWIIOOUS C0MTTE
BOOKS FOR JEWS
W DfiPUCED PfRSOHS CWtfS
NCIRKaNY^toSTRlA

Yale and Hebrew university fund to furn ish the Hebrew university in Jerusalem with copies
1! important scholarly works published by the Yale University Press has been created by the
: B'rith Hillel foundation at Yale university. Through contributions from Hillel membres, the
rew university has alredy received an initial Through contributions from Hillel members, the
;,t thepresentation are: left to right, Rev. Sidney Lovett, chaplain of Yale university; Charles
lloom, vice president of the Yale Hillel foundation: Prof. Edwin R. Goodenough, world-re-
ned Semitics scholar; Reynold Herz of the American Friends of the Hebrew university; James
Babb, librarian of Yale university, and Rabbi Meyer Greenberg, Hillel director, who has since
?n transferred to the Hillel foundation at the University of Maryland.
ESIDENT RECEIVES COPY OF "FIGHTING FOR AMERICA"
y1-
GET READY
FOR THE
VICTORY
DRIVE!
i -'1
In response lo appeals by llie Jews living in displaced person, ramp*
in Germany and Austria for religious and secular books in Hebrew, Yiddish,,
German and Poli>h and oilier foreign languages, the J.D.C. has arranged
10 ship some 20,000 volumes lo the 100.000 Jews -1,11 in the camps. Phot* j
shows from left lo right Abraham Horowitz, member of the Cultural-KellglOUO (
Committee and secretary of Central Relief Committee; Rabbi Leo Jung,
chairman of J.D.C.'s Cultural-Religious Committee, which is handling till!
and-similar aspects of the organization's relief and rehabilitation program!
in Europe and other parts of the world; Dr. Bernard kalin, member of the
committee and honorary chairman of J.D.C.'s European Executive Council;
and Mrs. Henrietta K. Buchman, secretary of the Cultural-Religion- I om>
mittee, as titty examined the first shipment of 6,000 books going out thiej
week Of the 20.000 volumes purchased for immediate shipment, half ire
prayer books. Several thousand books from all parts of United Male- an*
Canada, as well as mmierous religious article-, have aNo been received a*
contributions. The J.D.C. receives its funds in the United Mate, from tho
campaign collections of the United Jewish Appeal.
U. P. A. BRINGS NEW LIFE TO ANCIENT LAND
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WASHINGTON, D. C. Frank L. Weil, right, President of the
l;i; onal Jewish Welfare Board, called at the White House for a chat
Eth President Truman. While there, he presented the Presidnt
1th a copy of the latest edition of "Fighting for America" published
brutally by the board and is a complete record of the contribution
An ericans of Jewish Faith towards the victory.
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.Mauritius refugee suffering from an incurable diseaset shown^wjth
lHadassah nurse upon his arrival in Palestine on the S. S. Jranc0",a;
[Hadassah medical men say this man might have been saved if proper
PMUcal service had been available to him several years ago.
On Jewih land in Palestine, more than 300 agri.
cultural settlements have been established with the aid
of the Jewish Agency, the Keren Hayesod and the Keren
Kayemeth, whose source of American support is the
United Palestine Appeal. The overwhelming majority of
these settlements were founded since the inception of the
U P A. in 1925. They have provided a home and a new
life of freedom and happiness (or large numbers of immi-
grants from lands of oppression. The future of the
survivors of European Jewry who are in urgent need of
resettlement in the Jewish homeland, and the achieve^
ments which have made it possible for Palestine to absorb
these homeless people will be discussed at a conference
in joint celebration of the twentieth U. P. A. anniversary
and the twenty-fifth K. H. anniversary at the Hotel Com-
modore, New York City, all day October 2lit.
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PAGE FOUR
* Jewish ttorkMa*

I
HOSE TO DIRECT
CENTER DRIVE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Jewish Wolf are Fund and the
Family welfare society in Erie,
IVnna. He was with the Federa-
tion for the past two and one-half
years and directed the 1945 cam-
paign which reached a record
total of S368.000.
In his remarks to the commit-
tee, Rabbi Lehrman stated that
the new building will be d< signed
to meet the religious and Jewish
educational needs of ehaldren and
adults. Present facilities are so
inadequate that classrooms for
Hebrew school and Sunday
school are separated only by cur-
tains and confusion is inevitable,
he said. As fast as children arc
through with their classes they
must be rushed right out of the
building to make room for other
children.
Facilities of the new building
will be open to all Jewish groups
of all types. According to Habbi
Lehrman, no Jewish group has
ever been refused the facilities of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, except for lack
of space, and no child has ever
been refused admission to the
Hebrew school or Sunday school
regardless of the parent's syna-
gogue affiliations or financial
condition.
Snkin, chairman of the build-
ing committee, staled that since
the fa 'ilities mast be built for
religious and educational pur-
poses, and since these facilities
will not be occupied at all tunes,
members of t h e Community
should have the use of the facil-
ities for organizational meetings
and recreational purposes. The
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center :...- always tried to em-
size th< word "Community"
in its name, he asserted.
Other members of the Steer-
ing committee present at the din-
ner were Harry Zukcrnick. Sh< p
ard Broad, Henry Spero, Ben
Appel. Abe Selevan, Kolman
! Harry Bodenstt in, George
5.000 LBS. OF CLOTHING
COLLECTED BY LODGE
Five thousand pounds of cloth-
ing have been collected by Lodge
No. 192, Jewish Peoples Frater-
nal Order in the first two weeks
of a drive in Dado county for
25.000 pounds of supplies. Morris
Rohinsky, chairman of the com-
mittee, announces.
All clothing, shoes and medi-
cal supplies collected here will
be sent to the New York office of
the Russian Relief committee by
the local Russian organization.
The Relief committee, in turn,
will distribute the supplies to the
various refugee service agencies
in New York for shipment exci-
se.is. Government approval has
been given to the project.
"It is up to American Jewry to
assume the responsibility of help-
ing their brothers in Europe,"
Mr. Robinsky said in calling for
additional contributions-
Stations which will receive
supplies throughout October in-
clude all synagogues and tin' fol-
lowing addresses: 350 S.W. 21st
rd 2.(20 N.E. Second ave. and
16'4:f S W Seventh st.. Miami, and
4106 Royal Palm ave.. Miami
Beach, A committee will pick up
contributions if telephoned at
52020.
collinYresigns
W. Bond Collins has resigned
as vice president and general
manager of Peoples Water and
Gas CO. His future business
plans will be announced within
a lew days, he said.
Active in various civic en-
deavors. Collins is a vice presi-
dent and director of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce,
.aid an officer in a major gas
industry association.
BRISM
Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer of Key
West flew to Mayaguez, Puerto
Rico last week to officiate at the
briS of Abraham Ades. .-on of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Ades. Also
present at the ceremony were Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Dweck. Sam Sweit-
zer, Sam Zalton and Morris Bi.ion.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
at the following bnsm recently:
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sweitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
N. Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Malm. Mr. ami Mrs. Bernard
Hansel. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Bernstein, Mr. and Mi.-. Sheldon
Dubler, Mr. and Mr. James M. Al
hcit. Mr. ami Mis. Stuart Gordon
and l.t. and Mrs. William Rako-
wer.
JEWISH RADIO
HAILS RESISTANCE
REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
Formerly of NV\v.rk. New Jersey
Is now ioc&ted
327 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Near Third St., Miami Beach. Fla.
In n' Hebrew Book
v u win fiinl a complete
I of all ivlliticus book*
brew and English .
Torahj. Talaisim. Tfilin. Me-
ZUZIt, Mentalach. etc.-A large
variety of Palestine and Ameri.
can Hebrew novelties.
A:. Asa if New Year
irda
. AT REAS SAB1 E PRICES
-'. re t Ita kind In
Ala orjers
taki and promptlj : ;.-d.
Jerusalem (JTA)Replying to
a police ultimatum that the col-
onies of Jagur and Beth Oren
surrendered the organizers of
the raid on the Athlit internment
camp, who are believed to be
hiding there, as well as all es-
caped internees, or face collect-
ive punishment, the secret "Voice
of Israel" station this week de-
clared that no one will be turned
over to the police and any col-
lective punishment will be re-
sisted.
Beitman, Joseph M. Rose. Abe
Halpenn, M. H. Frankel. Harold
Turk. Dan M Broad. Sol Gold-
Strom, Archie Brick. Herman
Berk, W. 1. Feuer, Morris New-
mark. Dr. M. A. Lipkind. Dr.
Louis G. Lytton. Alex Sussman.
Ray Redman. Abe Goodman. Dr.
Goodman, Sam Lipton,
Joseph Lipton. Nathan Glosser.
Ira Walsey, Ed Singer, Bernard
Fi inec and Joseph A. Berman.
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
V
Announcing the Opening
OF
THE WOFFORD HOTEL
OCTOBER 20th
24th and Collins Avenue, on the Ocean
Terrace Dining RoomPrivate Beachand
Cocktail Lounge
For Reservations Call 5-6691
.i
Is Your Health Poor?
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eliminates Toxic poison from the system thus
relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheuma-
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APPOINTMENT ONLY
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NZO CONFERENCE
WARNS BRITAIN
London. (JTA)- Continued re-
fusal by the Labor government
to implement its pre-election
promises regarding Palestine
will drive the Jews in that coun-
Irj t.> extreme measures, such
as non-cooperation, non-payment
of taxis, squatting on land now
barred to Jews and other active
and passive means of resistance,
a provisional world conference
of the new Zionist organization
warned in a resolution adopted
In i e.
The resolution also called for
the United Nations to accord
membership to the Jewish peo-
ple and recognize a suitably
constituted Jewish national au-
thority. In this connection, it
urged the provisional executive
of the NZO. elected last night,
to create a "Provisional Jew-
ish Government" and negotiate
for termination of the mandate.
and proclamation of the entire
mandated territoy as a Jewish
state. Removal of the leadership
of the Jewish Agency was rec-
ommended.
M. B. ZIONISTS
REELECT LYTTON
Dr. Louis G. Lytton was re-
elected president of the Miami
Beach Zionist district at the first
general meeting of the season
Tuesday night.
Elected with him were: Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Dr. William
Bernstein, Alfred Stone, George
M. Cohen and Harold Vinson,
vice presidents; Max Meisel. cor-
responding secretary; Philip Sal-
' mon. recording secretary; Jacob
Felt, financial secretary; Morris
< Newmark, treasurer. Shepard
Broad was elected chairman of
the board of directors.
Delegates to the Nov. 14 na-
tional Zionist convention in At-
lantic City will be: Shepard
Broad, Dr. Lytton. Dr. N. A. Lip-
kind, Dr. Bernstein and Abe
Goodman.
JEWS IN CAMP
ARE TREATED BADLY
London (JTA)Displaced Jews
i in the Bergen-Belsen camp, in
tin British zone in Germany,
have been forbidden to display
slogans calling for the opening
| of Palestine to Jews, a eorres-
! pendent of the Sunday Observer
reports, disclosing that such a
sign was torn down from the
offices of the camp's Jewish
committee.
nUDAY^TOBER
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Instructors
Agency for Drivers Licenses
And Auto Tags
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
1013 5th Ave., M. Bch.. Ph. 5-5082
EXPERT PAINTING
Caulking. Decorating, Waterproof,
ing -Lowest Prices-Factory Ap-
proved Contractors. For estimates
Call 2-8481
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
Stand ird Oil of California re-
ports that agreements have been
approved which would establish
Haifa at the Mediterranean exit
of a 1.000-mile pipeline from
SSaudi Arabia.
Mrs. Abraham
president of the Mia VSl
ft. Hadassah, anJ'M
Lidoy will represent 1^1
chapter at its 31st IrZA
vention in Chicago oS^
the Stevens hotel tt8|
PU,,S,;i.ndmR Alters =,.
pected to survey J*
throughout the world aft
cuss America's role in a Jf
United Nations charter5 A
Goodman said. Mrs. yJ%
Epstein, national pride^J
deliver the keynote addn&l
The convention will tak,J
tion to arrellcrate HadiJ
medical, child welfare n
tional education, land -ertL
tion and youth refugee'iw,
in Palestine.
Other highlights will !,
memorial tribute to the late 1
Henrietta Szold, founder oil
dassah, and the announce
of a new Hadassah project i
the Jewish National Fundtc.
tabhsh a new settlement
Palestine for returning soldi
The organization will alsoi
attention to the cond
among Jewish refugee chu
in Europe for whom inust
tion to Palestine is be:r. E|
ranged undei the Youth A!iju
Nearly 1.000 delegates fcj
more than 7U0 chapters nil
tend the convention to maoi
a "win-the-peace" program.
There Is Always a Need for]
LIFE INSURANCE
PROBLEM
Dependents
Estate Taxes
Home Mortgage
Child's Education
Old Age
WHAT IS YOURS
SOLUTION
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._ Retirement Income
CHECK YOUR NEEDS AND CALL OR WRITE
ALEX S. COHEN, Agent
Sun Life Assurance Company o' Canada
218 SHORELAND BUILDING
Ph. Office 3-8797 Residence 4-0011
Public Stenographer
Legal Testimony, etc. Dictation,
my office, your office or home.
Read and write Jewish letters.
Dorothy Stanley
PHONE 58-1694
An Ethical Institution
39 S. E. 6th Street
Phone 2-8396
HEAR
The PARAVOX
A New ALL-IN.ONE
Hearing Aid
NO BATTERY CORD
NO BULKY BATTERIES
Think of having no separate heavy
batteries to wear. PARAVCfX is
One compact lightweight All-ln-
One case. A revelation in hear,
ing. For Demonstration call, write
or phone
R. E. WARWICK. Distributor
163 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-9855
FOLLOW THE
HURRICANES
In Their Football Campaign
TONIGHT 8:15 P. M. IN
THE ORANGE BOWL
U. of M. vs. U. ol FLORIDA
Good Seats, $1.20 to S3.60 at h
Stadium. Student tickets. 60c
FOR FUTURE GAMES
Buy tickets in advance at Bur.
dines. Miami or the Beach or Uni-
versity of Miami. SEE MIAMI
PLAY "MIAMI U" of Ohio. Oct.
26 and U. of FLORIDA October 19.
What Can You Spare
That They Can Wear?
With winter close at hand, countless thousands in
war-torn lands have no clothes, no bedding, no footwear.
U you have serviceable discarded clothes in your close*
turn them out, without delay.
More than 30-000,000 little children, in war-torn coun-
tries, will go cold this winterunless we send them our
discarded serviceable clothes to wear. The need is j
perate. Act promptly. Clean out your closets today at
hand all the clean, sound, used clothes, blankets and to* j
wear you can spare to
Lodge No. 192, Jewish
People's Fraternal Order j
CAMPAIGNING 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 with the National Cam-
paign the Country Over, Organized by
NATIONAL OFFICE OF THE JEWISH
PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER
GIVE AND GIVE QUICKLY A
As This Campaign Will be Conducted for 30 IW*
Bring Your Clothes to the Synagogues or
the Following Stations:
350 S. W. 21ST ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
2320 N. E. 2ND AVENUE. MIAMI
1643 S. W. 7TH STREET. MIAMI
Or Call the Main Office, 5-2026. and WJ
Will Be Happy to Send a Committee


TT
IY, OCTOBER 19. 1945
fJewislincridfiar
PAGE FIVE
' 'I
PEN WIDE YOUR DOOR AND POCKETBOOK TO THE
i ;
FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY
DO MORE THAN EVER BEFORE IN
THERE'S STILL A BIG JOB AHEAD!
They're on the march-the Victory Volunteers of your com-
munity! They're making their important rounds right now in
support Of AMERICA'S GREAT VICTORY LOAN!
Give them a rousing welcome in the form they'll appreci-
ate most-your order for your full share of the Giant Victory
Loan quota.
The war may be over, but there's a tremendous job still
ahead. Hundreds of thousands of our wounded fighting men
must be cared for-nursed from battle wounds to health.
Sons, husbands and fathers all over the world must be
brought home safely-and quickly. Yes, the job ahead is big
-and costly. America's great victory loan quota is
$11,000,000,000.
When your neighborhood Victory Volunteer calls, open
wide your door and pocketbook. The most important Bonds
you've ever bought are the Bonds you buy today in America s
Great Victory Loan!

GIVE YOUR
VICTORY
LOAN |
THE WARMEST
WELCOME YET

This Message Made Possible Through the Generosity of the Following Firms and Individuals:
MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY
3190 Pine Tree Drive
STEVENS MARKETS
2001 N. W. 62nd St.
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocena Drive
PETER MILLER HOTEL
1900 Collins Avenue
CAMPBELL HOMES
233 N. W. 29th Street
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
Wholesale Liquors
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Road
FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTORS
1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue
RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST
840 N. E. 791h Street
EAST COAST FISHERIES INC.
360 West Flagler Street
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL
1751 Collins Avenue
DR. C H. EDMUNDS
7501 Biscayne Blvd.
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 Collins Avenue
MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN
& WINTER MFG. CO
Women's Apparrel
BELFORD PRODUCE AND
TRUCKING CO.
1800 N. W. 7th Avenue
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 Alton Road
CORTEZ HOTEL
241 N. E. 1st Avenue
INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS
GALLERIES
1130 Lincoln Road
G. D. MARPLE ELECTRIC CO.
233 Halcyon Arcade
DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN
AND RESTAURANT
503 N. W. 7th Avenue
S. H. KRESS & CO.
54 E. Flagler Street
THE GARDEN RESTAURANT
2235 S. W. 8lh Street
FLORIDEAN CONVALESCENT HOME
47 N. W. 32nd Place
EGNER & MULCAHY. TAILORS
11 N. E.2nd Avenue
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+Jewisiifk>rkHar?
FHIDAXocto^

Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973__________________________________Phone 2"1141
Entered as Second Claas. Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, i>.y
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year, S3-00: Six Months, $2.00;
2 Years, S5.00.
FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 19. 1945
VOLUME 18
NUMBER 42
HESHVAN 12. 5706
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
Digest of the mall received at Jewish
Florldian ;n*t office box.
MR. BIGGOTT
ON THE MOVE
Tlie Miami V, at a meeting of it- board ^"ednesday, un-
animoush decided t<> embark on an independent capital fundi
. .... ,, .....li.ii. I,, .lii,. i.l' died of starvation and malnutrition in
drive. I In- action was taken after reviewing aetmt) to date 01 y:i, lJA p.ls ,22on i,, j.-.
, ,.,.,.,.i.......' ........
In JO year*, l PJI raised $67,000,000
(,.r Palestine and Jewish population
ill, n- grew from 121,725 lo (.ill.000 .
Dr Ibraham Flesner headi commit-
lee of scientists sponsoring W.000.000
Hebrew imiM 'rsily-Hadassal.....diral
school on Mt. Scopus Representa-
tive Helen Gahaian Douglas demands
British Labor government fulfill oft-
| repealed pledge of Jewiah Palestine
im ... I ir-t i halutzim in< e war left
In.-,l\ for Palestine on Gripsholm.
\Ji ..-k- < him embassj in lit
16.000 J. i-li n fust< in Shanghai
remain until the) find permanent
I.....H- 1.447 of the "Shanghaied"
the organization aa .i partner in the I nited Jewiah Building
Fund campagn. The Miami ^ will seek a release from i con-
tract with the
li MTvicemenefor destitute >.f Europe.
!.|. i ..( I In.-, ii People i iiii no long-
campagn. Hie Miami i mu see* a ..--.,-, ....... ... w- ^ ^ .,,,,.,,,,.,1 ,,, -,.....|. ,..->......I. .1
itli the oilier agencies and solicit the approval and co- j,- ..,*. ir. Mordeeai M. Kaplan
,. ,. i ,. .,, ....,i,(,,itv ... <>iiiiniinti\ interest in centralized
operation ol Federation for a campaign to erect a commumt} ^^ u ^.^ jn Sou|h tU
center building in Miami. The drive will lake place in I'M). claret Sydney Jacobs ..f Council of I
..,..,. i i I, i ,i _....;..,;.. ika di.. Jewish Kederalions and Welfare fun.I-
I., taking tins step on behall ol then organization, tin di- ^ M Vmi||| ( ^u|
rectors. wth due deference to the remaining partners, took cog- o( \mi.ri,a j|| p|an ,,..,,. f j,WB
nizance of tlie present status of indefinitencss ol the I nited drive. m ronrentration ramps .u Oct. 20-21 |
The Board's affirmative action was needed and "ill meet with conclave in X. V Sir Simon
the approval and endorsement of Miami residents and leaders. ** l-"";1' ,"*u*t"*U>t< ^ *
li, .... i, i \ i Herman. ini.in.iiiMM.il secretary of
I his leaves the Miami Beach 1 in the most precarious p,|line Foundation Fund, to speak
position of the remaining partners. The Beach ^ must almost I at I'PA conference Oct. 21 in X. Y.
immediately, find another location to liou-e it- activities. The Columbia to film \l Jolson*. bios-
property it now uses musl be returned to its owners. The main- Ph> Oyr J10.000.000 year ii
1 l ., i ,i i I'.iiih -| nt in I >. ..ii Jewish ..In-
staj ol ii- supporters are present!) engaged in oilier drives. ra,ion< ill.,r,|,Ml. |.r,.| shipkin,
With tlie successful culmination ol these campaigns, the needIsirertor ..f \m. \.....iation for ejw-
for the Beach ^ all encompassing communitj center structure "h Education Nevj vet Leon
lias been questioned. With its program of activin accepted, 5"E*ta Xfc W'* gf! N/
,..'.,. i Yorkers, win I'M. It run II ruli f,|.
sure!) Its housing tor present ami future is uncertain. lowshipi in vocational guidance.
\\ itli these difficulties facing the Beach ^ it musl seek 'I"" I------
best possible solution. It would not be amiss lo suggest that Palestine Police
the organization join with Miami, in affecting an '^"JV In Public Raids
program of large scale extension work on the beach. l>\ this.
expressed and effective demonstration of unit) of purpose and JERUSALEM (JTA)The Pales-
effort, and despite all geographical lovalties heretofore expressed, line police, assisted by large
present objections and doubts would'gradualK disappear. \s a ';"V'S, '.', .Bm'*h Police, this
1 '., vi<- rn i Ullt" i aided cafes, restaurants
movement the i and Lenter program to till commumt) needs and public buildings
'Don't fust stand thare. Got mo some white, native-bor*
sixth-generation Amorican stretcher-bearers. '
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
fJtAicJtiy ecHvfidetvtid
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
on i!i.- Beach, would retain a definite live etitilv.
in the
nter of Jerusalem, checking the
: identification cards of all persons
| found there. Fifteen were de-
tained.
While the raid was in progress,
the center of the city and all its
thoroughfares were Isolated from ;
the rest of Jerusalem by a cor-
I m of British mobile police
I with machine guns, and
traveling in armed cars.
High off Rials of the Palestine
Government met, meanwhile. I
with British military officials and
ped plans for quelling any
outbreak- th it may develop hi r<
ill : the statement on
British policy in Palestine which
i- xpected to be made soon by
Pi:.':.. Minister Attlee.
According to information avail-
able here, the country h.
divided into military disti icts. and
troops have been so deployed
that they will be able to reach
spot where trouble devel
-CCUpy any strategic i ......
within a matter of hours.
Plans have also been made for
an intensive hunt for arms, with
the aim of disarming the Jewish
community. Other projected I
measures include imposition of a i
day and night curfew, and. it is '
understood, that curfew passes!
have alreadv been printed.
During the past week, two
H: itish submarines arrived in
' alestine and anchored off-shore
between Tel Aviv and Jaffa, add-
ing under-sea craft tothe impos-'
ing array of British naval and i
military might which has been
pouring into this country within!
recent days.
Reports from London indicate
that further contingents from the
Navy, Army and R. A. F. are
being rushed here. One report,
says tnatmen of a parachute bat-
\1n ,tatlned in Wiltshire were!
suddenly recalled from their
leaves and are now en route to
an embarkation point.
ANTI-JEWISH TERROR
CONTINUES IN POLAND
Warsaw (JTA)Although the i
government is taking energetic'
measures to combat anti-Jewish,
terrorists, a summary of anti-'
Jewish outbreaks which took!
place during the last month re-
veals that attacks on Jews con-
tinue and that in a number of
towns Jews are still being mur-
dered bv organized bands.
The report discloses that Jews
were killed in the course of the
last few weeks in the towns of
Czensfochowa. Gniwosnow. Opa-
tow and Starrachowice. All of
these attacks were of an organ-
zed character. In some places
the Jews were warned to leave
town.
THE REASON WHY .
We received several letters
asking us on what we base our
statement that the Youth for
Christ organization is a Hearst-
sponsored movement Carey
McWilhams. reliable member of
the P.M. editorial staff published
an expose on the Youth for
Christ set-up. as far back as July
of this year ... In it he shows
how the Hearst papers all over
the country are promoting the
YFC movement in glaring sen-
sational headlines, full page fea-
ture stones and specially drawn
illustrations ... No other news-
paper is paying anything but
perfunctory attention to the "Re-
ligious Revival Cavalcade" head-
ed by radio preachers and insur-
salesmen .... If anvone
tries to tell you Jhat the YFC is
;. healthy religious movement,
we advise you to ask this S64
luestion How come that
Rev. Earl Opie of Long Beach.
Calif., a conspicuous figure at all
for Christ rallies in South-
ern California was also conspicu-
ous along with Gerald L. K.
Smith at the convention of the
Anglo-Israelite Fellows in Los
Angeles last June? And in
case you have forgotten, at that
nvi ntion the most violent anti-
Semitic speeches ever made weie
heard at every session There
are other connecting human
links between the YFC and Ger-
ald L. K. Smith's activities which
are now under close scrutiny by
a well-known anti-Fascist group.
LEARNED OBSERVATIONS
The recent announcement that
Dr. Juiian Morganstern, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege favors the Zionist aspira-
tions in Palestine gives Zionism
the unanimous approval of the
heads of all the Jewish Theolog-
ical schools President Louis
Finkelstein of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary ranks among
the leaders in American Zionism
having served for years as head
of the Intercollegiate Zionist As-
sociation. President Samuel
Belkin of the Yeshiva college is
active in the Mizrachi ... So also
is Rabbi Saul Silber of the He-
brew Theological college in Chi-
cago The Zionist leadership
of Dr. Stephen Wise, head of the
i Institute, of Religion, is
one of the brilliant chapters of
Jewish history ... So you see.
Jewish religious institutions for
once agree on one subject .
The denunciation of Prof. Mor-
deeai M. Kaplan and his new
Sabbath prayer book bv the
three outstanding scholars con-
netted with the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary threatens to
split wide open the ranks of the
United Synagogues of America
. The signers of the declara-
tion against Dr. Kaplan are
Prof. Louis Ginzburg, Alexander
Marx and Saul Liebermanall
adherents of traditional Judaism
. Prof. Kaplan and his follow-
ers belong to the Reconstruct!*
ist group, which believes in i
streamlined American Jadaia
ABOUT PERSONS. ..
Sgt. Saul Levitt, who was
troduced ter to the to
glo-Jewish press by Joe Brans
some years ago. has signed a *
tract with Harper's for h:s a
novel Saul was Yank's
respondent in Germany and it
his wings, an air medal and li
Bronze Star on ..ctive service...
Hank Greenberg, Detroit's baa-
ball hero, is gtting married tin
winter and mi : lit baseball b^
fore next s. as its ..M
Marshall Mi nl ry, w M
should know tx tti r, is p:Iingup
very bad reci miltiarj ad-
ministrator of the British rejks
in Germany ii
ient to Nazis I n Patton e
was in Bavai George A
Beldock. disti I attorney
King's County. N V.. ana ones
Governor Dewi closest W
ical adjutants, s a graduate*
the Young Is. I Oiganiat*
. Yehudi : p
S50.000 for playi ig oUiU%Z
sic in the fort oming^B"
movie. "The Magic Bow.
The battle. b< tween the AJ
office in Washington and"
Jewish Agency representatwesi
that city is in full swing--jH
Arab propagan carried on by A^dhfH3
of Jerusalem. ''";!.' ,he/fc
case is repres : "' .
stein, also of V'<**^-\
Shukairy. a clew flj
yer. seems well provided
expense funds
Samuel S. Fishzoh" "^
director of The Educa: g
liancTlargeVt.ommug-g
ter in the United\ V flf
been appointed dir^ h y
newly established j*
partment of the Amc
lsh committee.


Uy, OCTOBER 19, 1945
Jewisti Ik,, I, ir
PAGE SEVEN
HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice
SERVICE
PARADE!
Ackerman. 843 Washing-
ve., Miami Beach, received
Idischarge from.the Navy at
naval recruiting barracks
last Tuesday.
in Berger. SAD first class.
}4 s. W. 12th st was trans-
from Daytona Beach to
i last Tuesday for special
' with the Navy.
c B Cohen was recently dis-
ced from service at the St.
s Naval hospital. He and
wife live at 29 S. Fifth ave.,
ij Miami.
HAVANA
NASSAU
MEXICO
West Indies
So. America
iiMII.EIE TRAVEX 8EBVICB
Mitchell's
TOURS SINCE 1912
MIAMI
304 E. FLAOLER ST.
Phone 9-3605
Cpl. Walter Mackoff was re-
leased from the Army air force
this week after two and a half
years of service at Gulfport,
Miss., and Spokane, Wash. His
wife. Rose, and their children,
Patricia and Steven, have been
living with Mrs. Mackoff's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berko-
witz, 701 S. W. 27th rd.
Lt. Godfrey K. Newman,
4580 Post ave., Miami Beach,
was recently placed on inactive
duty in the naval reserve by the
personnel separation center at
the Jacksonville naval air sta-
tion.
Others who have been honor-
ably discharged recently in-
clude: Sgt. Jacob Haas, former
Miami Beach hotel manager,
who wears the Asiatic-Pacific
service ribbon with two bronze
stars and the Good Conduct
ribbon; Alvin Edward Horowitz,
S 1-c, whose wife and son live at
240 N. E. 110 ter., released at
Bremerton, Wash., after over
two years service in the Pacific;
Second Lt. Sheldon M. Spector,
1051 Michigan ave., and First Lt.
Paul A. Louis, 242 N. E. 27th St.,
discharged at Miami Beach
After 28 months overseas serv-
ice with the Army air forces.
Second Lt. Gerald J. Greenberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Greenberg, 1011 Michigan ave.,
is being discharged at the San
Antonio, Tex., district installa-
tion of the AAF personnel dis-
tribution command.
After being held prisoner by
the Japs since the fall of Corre-
gidor, Maj. Nathan Belinky, son
of Mrs. Sarah Belinky, 1342
Drexel ave., is in Manila await-
ing transportation home.
'"It feels mighty wonderful
and strange ,too," Maj. Belinky
said, "to be away from those
prison walls and Nip guards. I
had plenty of headaches last
winter with 613 prisoners of war
and only one medical officer
me!"
A released prisoner told Mrs.
Belinky how her son steadfastly
refused to change the death cer-
tificate of an Englishman which
read, 'died from blows on the
head." The Jap commander
made repeated demands, and
had the physician transferred to
an other camp when he got no
results. Maj. Belinky was taken
to Osaka about a year ago.
Arthur August S2-c, arrived
in Miami Tuesday night to spend
a five-day leave with his par-
nets, Mr. and Mrs. Jack August.
Arthur has completed his boot
training at Bainbridge, Md. Be-
fore entering the Navy, he was
a student at the University of
Miami.
<^*
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Re-establishing Bus Service
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
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By Ocean Route Highway 140
SEPTEMBER 2nd
For Schedules Phone:
Union Bus StationPhone 3-4605
Union Bus Station Miami Beach. Ph. 5-1812
Mrs. P. Azuz, 946 S. W. Fourth
st., has received word from her
son. Pfc. Alexander Azuz, that
he expects to be in Miami at the
end of October after three and
one-half years in the Army with-
out a furlough. A member of
headquarters company, 1129th
Engineers, hehas been in the
South Pacific for 36 months. His
wife lives at 1681 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach.
Pvt. Morton I. Dobrow, son of
Mrs. L. H. Dobrow, 710 Jeffer-
son ave., has been discharged
from the Army after serving two
and a half years with the 300th
General hospital in Italy. Mrs.
Dobrow had two other sons in
the service. Lt. Leonard Dobrow,
who returned from overseas
two months ago, is now stationed
at Camp Butler, N. C. Pvt. Wil-
liam S. Dobrow, whose wife and
two children live in West Palm
Beach, is in Leyte awaiting
transportation home.
Sgt Arthur Apple, who re-
turned from Italy just in time
for his sister's wedding Oct. 7.
has been discharged from the
service after three years duty.
He was stationd with a photo-
graphic reconnaissance outfit in
Italy for a year and a half. He is
now living on the Beach with
his wife, Dorothy, and their in-
fant son, Lawrence.
The former sergeant and his
two brothers, Cpl. Lloyd Apple,
now stationed at Camp Croft, S.
C, and Marvin Apple, were ush-
ers at the wedding of their sis-
ter, Zelda, and Capt. Fred Rob-
bins.
Capt. and Mrs. Robbins, who
returned from their Havana
honeymoon yesterday, will leave
Miami Sunday to make their
home in Chicago.
Capt. Lea Silver has been
awarded the Silver Star, fourth
highest Army award, posthum-
ously for gallantry in action Jan.
5 at Herrlisheim, France.
The officer's father, Herman
Silver, received the award. Capt.
Silver was 22 when he was killed
in action in France Feb. 23, just
three days after being promoted
to captaincy.
A former University of Florida
student, he was transferred to
the infantry after several dan-
g e r o u s assignments overseas
with the paratroop intelligence.
Lt. Al Adler is visiting Mrs.
Ida Optner on a 15-day furlough
before reporting to Houston,
Tex. Recentl yreturned from a
year and a half overseas duty in
the Mediterranean area,
"Punchy" expects to study law
when he is discharged from the
service. Before entering the
Army, he was a football star at
the University of Miami where
he was president of the M club.
BOLIVIA WILLING
TO ADMIT JEWS
La Plaz, Bolivia (JTA)Bo-
livia is prepared to admit a lim-
ited number of Jewish immi-
grants, provided that they can
prove that they have worked on
the land and possess $2,500 in
cash, machinery or tools. Under-
secretary of Information, Rigo-
berto rmaza told the JTA. He
denied that Bolivia's immigra-
tion laws discriminate against
Jews, but pointed out that the
quota of Jewish immigrants is
almost exhausted. There are
5,000 refugees residing here.
The following Miamians have
been discharged through the
Army separation center at Camp
Blanding: T/Sgi. Harry Weiner,
241 N. W. Third St.; T/5 Moness
Schwertok, 1017 Jefferson ave.;
S/Sgt. Carl Sokolow. 1236 S. W.
21st ter.; T/4 Jerome Simon,
Riverside station; Pfc. Herman
E. Barnett, 1323 N. W. Second
ct.; Cpl. Jacob C. Mollayaw, 1376
Biarritz dr.
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for a reasonable fee. Call Weinstein,
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jen is tfhrkUan
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff. rabbi; Or-
thodox-Friday evening service* at
;, [0. Saturday morning services at
S:S0. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"Going Forward." Cantor Louis D.
Feder will chant the service. Jun-
ior congregation services ror boys
ami girls of olementarj BChool age
will be held at n a. m. Bhaloa Sudos
iii 5:30 p. m. Sunday school regis-
tration. i" a. in.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services. :80. .'S:l'"
urday morning services, I o clocK
Dally services al 8 a. m. and 5 SO p.
in Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenbero. Of
Tampa will be guesl rabbi Saturdaj
morning. ah members and their
families are Invited. Refreshments
will I"- served Junior services will
be held al the Schaarei Zedek Tai-
mud Torah, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.. Sat-
urday morning al 9:30 oclock.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
130 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro,
rabbi; Conservative Friday evening
service. 13 Saturday morning. s SO,
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will officiate. Stud-
ent servli es, Saturday. 10 30 a m
Sunday school, 10 a. in. Hebrew schol.o
dally Monda> through Thursday.
Parents are ui >i to contact the of-
fice If their children desln bus
transportation t" religious school
OBITUARIES
SOLITAIRE
David Bolltaire, 55, .--1 Monday In
his home, -'' Ninth St.. Miami Beach
He oame from Atlantic Clt) In IMS.
Survivors include his wife. Mis An-
na Solitaire, two daughters, Mrs
Prances Feder and .Miss Charlotte
Solitaire, of Miami Beach, rive
brothers and two sisters of Atlantic
City. The body has been sent t"
Atlantic City by Riverside Men.....al
i hapel.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman. rab-
bi; Conservative Frldaj evening ser-
vices 5:45 Saturday morning ser-
vices at 9. Rabbi Irfhrman will
preach on the Weekly Portion of the
Law. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
chant. Mln.ha service, 5:15 p, m.
will !- followed by Shalos Sudos and
Mnai l\ Jui lor i ngregatlon sei 10 ;, m s.ii ird i> The bar mltsvah
of Mark Joi I Reli hi i grandson of Mr.
:m,l Mrs ll, '" Stn Iff, ill !" held
aj morn11 AZA-RR(1 break -
fast, sum.I i>. 9 n m II. brew school
.,n.i Sunday hool now In session
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish. rabbi; Liberal Friday eve-
ning in .- al 15. Rabbi Kronish
uill speak "ii "It's N'ot Eas> be an
Abraham." Sabbath bi rvlce, 10 SO
a, in Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
chant. A l" minute organ prelude
will prei de cai h sen
W. 19th
Reform -
Rabbi
'.l.cirnev s
will read
Mis
hargi ol
all whi.h
will be
Ian.1.1 R.
in Brown
ini.i ii!ii$;
a .1..'. Il
|.;.. Ihauni
am" over
!
FELDMAN
Miss Irene Ft Idman, 21, d i I sun
day in her home, 1330 IVtntsy Ivanln
Ave Miami Beach, She came from
N.w York Clt} five years agn Bur
vlvors Include her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Feldman, and n sister, M
Lillian Feldman of Miami Bi ai h
Services were held Tuesday In the
Gordon chapel. Burial was in Mt.
Net... cemetery,
AUERBACH
Maxwell Aui i bach, 82, nf IS80 s W
Fourth o died Sunday In n I
al. ll. came from New York Cits
L'", years ago. He is survived b) a sis-
ter. M n Sarah Bernstein, Itig
Beach, I. I. N. V. Gordon funeral
home was in charge of arrangi ments,
MOSS
Daniel Moss, 55, a retired executive
of a shoe store chain, died Shtu daj
,,t his home, :'-'7 Second St., Miami
Beach. He cam.- from New York
Cits' 10 years ago, Surviving nre his
wife, Mrs Beatrice Moss, two sens.
Bernard and Marvin, and a daughter,
M BS I Idith MOSS, all Of Miami
Beach Services were Monday al
iia.tiM.i* rfiapel, wtth bugtal In
\v.....Us w n cemeters
I^AY. OCT0BQ, J
k fits Services were held Fri-
day .t Riverside Memorial chapel
with Rabbi Irving Ulirman contel-
Ing., interment was l>' Mt. Nebo
, ni.l. ) ^^^
FRANK
Hymnn Frank, 90. died Tuesday
,, hi, home, m Pen-Na-Na di Hla-
...1 tie was born In Russia, Sur-
; include his wife. Mrs Rose P
i.-i ,,,), of Miami, and two sens n
M;,. j,.k Prank and Isaac Frank
Cordon Funeral home Is sendlm Hi
1,0,1, ,., Morwlch, Conn ror bi rvlcei
and bui ______
ROSENTHAL _
Pauline Ros. nthnl, 1*. ol n
,, Bve Miami Beach, died
I at a hospital she came here
,..,. rrom Montlcello,
Survivor* Include a brother,
llllus M Rosenthal of Miami
PI... hody Is being sen! to
\ v today by Riverside
Mrs
rfen
, -,i
.en
Y
.1
m h
nke
i.., servli
and burial.
1290
ABELSON
Berl H Abelson, 45, of 1009 Penn-
sylvania Ave., died last Thursday ol
| a heart attack. He came here two
I years ago from New Fork City and
WEINER
Mi-. Ressle Welner. 51, of
x w 119th st died Tuesday In
hospital She .am- here from
loklvn three months ago Serv-
w; .. held Wednesday a] I. i
I, Miami Beach, with bur-
Br
nap.
ial In Mount Nebi
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1377 N.
St.: Saul Appelbaum. rabbi;
Pi das i-venins bci vices, R 1"
AnnellHtuni will preach on
n| ll. |). Mr* Joel Relo\
le Sabbath candle
\ A Roswmnn is In i
Hi. rcexcepl I i< iplan h
will follow He service Shi
assisted by the M. sdami I
Cohen, Law rence Adlei Am
anil Rlonn I Irown Saturdas
w 111 bi i esun .1 at
...........1 Rabbi -\
ill speak .n \tein v A.I
... IVIOP n lisjlous houi
CALENDAR Of EVENTS
Monday, Oct. 22, 1945:
li. hi li .1. i-li
t. 11......1 Lui neon and Installation
Meelll Bt I Iltl I'. .! I -
! IuiIri t [tee, s p m
lit Federiitloi i Miami Sen
l ..-...'. m al Tow a Y. '
Tusday. Oct. 23. 1945:
... Jew lali Kducal on, boa d
a i, .. ii in. at
!-, ii, offlci Town "Y li
tun p, in-
Wednesday. Oct. 24. 1945:
v ilren's Cai iliac Hon i .
in. al Bern li V. Miami Bi ai h
|..,.i N. .1. ( i-h W.il V. I
ilar meeting, 8 p. m. al
M V: .1. -li Soc al Si rvlce
i: ireau board n.....ting, B p, m. at
T"i iliscayne Building;.
Thursday. Oct. 25. 1945:
i Protection meeting;, 8 p. m.
ai Federation office,
Sunday. Oct. 28. 1945:
11, i.i, Chapter, B'nal B run Young
\V,.iiii dan S p. in at Beach
"V; Beth Jacob Sisterhood lum
tlon, "" p in
Monday. Oct. 29. 1945:
American Jewish Congress: two-
men) general meeting; Federation
Budget Committee, B p, m. at Fed-
eration office.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
1 Mile i 'mint v. Kim iila
No. aTl'l
Re: Estate of JAME8 R. WAB-
KlKl.li. D.....ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD.
deceased; and that on the Wth day
of November, IMS. I win apply to the
Honorable w. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Hade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of JAMBS R, warfif.i.p,
deceased,
This 17th day of October, l'.'l..
FANNIE E. WARFIELD
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix
10/1H-26 11/1-9 ________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ti> engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of ROIIINIIooli INN, Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
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fior Lincoln Road.
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OCTOBER 19- 1945
*Jen1st fhridtan
PAGE NINE
r.
Jabbi Samuel J. Fox
fright, 1945, J. T. A.)
rriON: How did the cus-
Durial in a coffin origin-
BrER: It is doubtful as to
^ this was originally a
(custom. As a matter of
turns that when the Jews
fy used a coffin for the
was only for the purpose
ling the corpse to the bur-
t Even today there arc
faces where Jews are bur-
lout a coffin.
Ise of the coffin seems to
fy ancient one. It is men-
In the Bible that the re-
bl' Joseph were carried in
Even today when cof-
uscd and the dead are
i them, it is required that
t drilled in the coffin so
Jstablish contact with the
the source and the even-
Jof the human body. It
1 much for this same rea-
some earth is put inside
lin.
ETION: What is the sig-
fe of the pall bearers?
/F.R: The coffin of the
. compared to the Holy
hich contained the Tablets
Ten Commandments. This
Comparison exalts the be-
I humanity as well as it
Ito denote that the Torah
en for man and man was
. to abide by the Torah;
[the Holy Ark was carried
fctes in the wanderings and
Considered the holiest work
[Levites, so too does the
bf the dead command the
to be carried by es-
individuals who are
as honored when ap-
to do this sacred task.
STION: Why must the
pe only a wooden one?
WER: The scholars refer
opinion of the Midrash
derives this custom from
ilical description of Adam
Ire who hid amongst the
if the Garden of Eden
their shame was revealed
bd called out to them. So,
[man placed in a product
Enes from trees when his
is exposed and the Al-
summons him for eternal
Int. Man's life is de-
f often in the Bible as a
Ihich grows, bears fruits
[cut down by the forester.
Edition to this, burial in a
J> coffin implies that death
It Ik- end but a forerunner
Ttuie with fruits in a world
than our physical uni-
The insistence upon
._ of all mankind at death
finferred in this insistence
; wooden coffins. With
premise laid down, the
Jinot select coffins of gold
fiver while the poor are
in wood. What greater
_ can there be to achieve
|;m to command the same
coffin for all?
BB Receives Plaque
For War Activities
A certificate of appreciation
for B'nai B'rith war service ac-
tivities was presented by Col.
T. J. J. Christian, commanding
officer of the Miami Beach ser-
vice base, to Harold Turk, pres-
ident of Sholem Lodge last
Thursday night.
Col. Christian and Dr. Abram
L. Sachar were guest speakers
before an audience of 1,200 mem-
bers of the various B'nai B'rith
groups in Dade county.
Urging unity among all groups
in promoting good will, under-
standing and tolerance, Dr. Sa-
char stated that B'nai B'rith
should serve as a common meet-
ing ground for Jews of all shades
of opinion and orthodoxy. He
stressed the importance of edu-
cational programs in the syna-
gogues without which "there is
no dignty."
Dr. Sachar, national director
of B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations
since 1932, has assumed the ad-
ditional responsibility of plan-
ning, implementing and directing
an over-all B'nai B'rith youth
program under the BB Youth
Commission, Henry Monsky, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith, has an-
nounced.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
mission is the governing body of
the BB Youth organization which
includes the Aleph Zadik Aleph
for boys of high school age; the
BB Girls for girls of similar age;
the BB Young Women for girls
out of high school and up to 25;
and the BB Young Men for boys
out of high school and up to 21.
The four organizations now have
a combined membership of 28.000
organized in 900 chapters.
Dr. Sachar addressed mem-
bers of the local Hillel Advisory
Council, who held a luncheon
meeting last Friday to discuss
plans for a Hillel House on the
proposed new campus of the Uni-
versity of Miami. Later in the
afternoon Dr. Sachar met with
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president
of the University.
PFC. EHRENS ANDWIFE
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ITS DAY
IN -^i. TAB LETS
pK of It | Your min-
im daily requirement*
fcnd D Vitamins or of
?Pie* ViUmliu, In on*
pit tablet. Remember
lame ONE-A-DAY
1) Vitamin Tablet*.
, on.
MUM
NERVINE
T0 TENSE nerves rnako
" you Wakeful. Cranky,
Reatlesa? Dr. Ml lei Nervine
hi l|>s to linen Nervous
Tension. Get it at your drug
"tore. Read dirccUona and
use only a* directed.
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(N Headache, Mu-
f Paine or Simple
*'. Dletreaa after
I*'"" on Stomach, or
C After" interfere
our Work or
J". try Alka-Seltier.
Honeymooning in Asheville,
N. C, before going to live in
Cleveland are Pfc. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Wallace Ehrens. who were
married last Thursday by Rabbi
Irving Lchrman. The bride is
the former Miss Winifred Le-
Grange, daughter of Mrs. Rose
Nemeyer, New York. Pfc. Ehr-
ens' parents are Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Ehrens, 2526 S. W. 15th St.
The groom served with the
Third Army in Europe and was
in a German prison camp for
six months. He is a graduate of
Stanford, Conn., schools. Mrs.
Ehrens received her education
in the Bronx, N. Y.
JEMS INSTALL
NEW OFFICERS
Officers of Jems chapter. B'nai
B'rith, were installed at a lunch-
eon last week. They are Miss
Hadassah Land, president; Miss
Anita Holland, vice president;
Miss Marcia Sable, secretary;
Miss Eleanor Berman, corres-
ponding secretary; Miss Leah
Pearlman, treasurer.
The presidential cabinet is
composed of the defense chair-
man. Miss Elaine Weiss and Miss
Gilda Roenberg; publicity chair-
man, Miss Isabel Pugatsky; so-
cial, Miss Muriel de Koven: hon-
or point chairman. Miss Verna
Goldman; athletic chairman.
Miss Barbara Epstein; sunshine
friend. Miss Selma Steadman;'
sergeant-at-arms, Miss Helen Co-
hen.
Invocation at the luncheon was
given by Miss Janet Spitzer, new
religious chairman, folowed by
address of welcome by Miss Ed-
ith Schulman.
Mrs. Harry Gordon served as
toastmaster. Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
guest of honor, presented the
traditional gavel and a copy of
the Jems charter.
A regular meeting of the
Miami Beach Post No. 330. Jew-
ish War Veterans, will be held at
8 p. m. Wednesday at the Miami
Beach Y to make plans for the
official installation of the post
Oct. 29.
Council Seeks Two,
Aids Europeans
Americans can now contact
friends and relatives in the
American, British and French
zones of Austria, Mrs Max J.
Finkelstein, executive secretary
of the Miami section of Council
women's service to foreign born,
reports.
If the exact present address of
the person to be contacted is
known, mesages may be chan-
neled through the Council of-
fice, 513 Congress building. Let-
ters are to be written on onion
skin with the full name and ad-
dress of the sender at the bottom.
Messages are routed by JDC
representatives in Europe
through the national office of
Council.
In connection with its location
service, the Miami section is
seeking information of the
whereabouts of two men be-
lieved to be in this area.
Oscar Vogel, formerly of the
Monticello hotel, N. Y., who
spends part of the year in Miami
Beach, is being sought by his
four children now living in Pal-
estine, after being saved from the
Lwow, Poland, ghetto.
A niece in Sweden is seeking
Mr. Bele Neumann of Palm
Beach.
*HE United Stale* leads tl.o
_ world in industrial progress.
Research laboratories and experiment station,
fn^lorid. and throughout the couit have
laid the pound-work for this_ leadership.
lute UiSe institution, and the men who are
bLus iaau,,^",, pI?*T:
High on the list i. our own Florida Engme.-..
the southeast. ,
XrS-
rf Florida industries. To this end, tftey are
workir*.lo,*tl*followtal"K-=
X Research to prepare for the noeo*
Rorida'. fntnre iitd^ne, ^^^
J. Research to improve) Ffcoda*. axi-tanf
Ida's indui'ir
4. Engineering | n
of Florida
5. Development of Nat iral R source*
The lateal list ihows 32 aetivo and important
projects in operation in l!ie station, covering
widely divoraified Mil jccSs.
With Florida <"> the llire !iol I of a treat in-
dustrial expari ion. the Engineering and In-
dustrial Experim '. Station of Ihe Univeraitj
of Florida an I othor research bodies will play
increasingly Imp irlanl r. will be fardel) responsible for the develop-
ment of ni and more profitahl for
existing raw material*, and llie di > of
new raw material source*.
Future Florida industry will bo indebted to
the men who** research has biased the Iran.
The Florida Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station anil similar
Florida research group* deserve
a plare in the from rank* of
Florida's industrial builders.
Following is a partial li' of studies
undertaken by the Engineering and
Induitrial Experiment Station of the
University of Florida in one period
of lew than a year. These examples
ore typical of Ihe scope ond vari-
ety of the work done at the station:
e High Grade Ceromic War* e
Tonnin from Scrub Ook and Other
Sources Sewage Treatment Processes Test Road
Using limerock Utilization of Wood and Wood
Waste Protein Feed from Waste Sulfite Liquor
Harvesting Equipment Pulp for Paper from
Fresh Stumps Fundamental Corrosion .Studies
e Mildew and Moth Control on Textiles, leather
ond Other Materials e Mucilage from Hibiscus
Manihot Cathodic Protection of Water Storage
Systems e Leather Development e Investigations
on Peat limerock in Sulphite Pulp Mills e The
Greater River and Harbor Systems of Florida
Crate Closure for Citrus and Celery e Wood Im-
pregnation Equipment e Drying of Tung Nut*.
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER,
i
ROSE CHAPTER JOINS
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith. offi-
cially became part of the nation-
al woman's organization with
the receiving of the charter by
the president. Miss Ruth Sher-
man, last week.
Volley ball games are held ev-
ery Sunday morning at 10:30 un-
der the leadership of Miss Dulce
Krichevsky. athletic chairman.
The chapter is planning an all-
das- picnic at Grevnolds Park
Oct. 28. -Miss Edith Shulman is
chairman of the outing commit-
tee.
RED CROSS MOVES
HEADQUARTERS
Surgical dressings headquar-
ters wore moved this week from
Richard's department store to
the Red Cross chapter house. 998
West Flagler St.. according to
announcement made by Mrs.
Henry O. Shaw, chairman of Vol-
unteer Special Services. Mrs.
Grace Jacobs will be in charge
of this service.
Now that the Dade county
chapter has completed its quota
i I surgical dressings for the
armed forces, production work-
ers Will concentrate on garment
production for civilians in re-
cently freed countries and on
making dressings for local hos-
pitals.
To meet the requests from lo-
cal installations two surgical
dressings work rooms will re-
main open: Coral Gables room.
Mrs. John V Campbell and Miss
Betty McGuire, co-chairmen, in
Colonnade building on Co
Way, open from 10 a. m. to 4
m. Monday through Thursday
of each week, and Miami Sh ires
m, op n Monday and Wed-
nesday of each week with Mrs.
William Ostermon in charge.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Sam Berliner, postponed last
Sunday, will be held this Sun-
day at 3:30 p. m. in Mt. Sinai
cemetery with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Arrange-
ments have been made by Sid
H. Palmer of the Miami Monu-
ment company.
MINISTER TO DISCUSS
FAMILY FRICTIONS
The second in a series of lec-
tures on successful marriage will
be given by Dr. Albert Dale Ha-
ger. minister of the Bryan Me-
morial church. Tuesday night at
8:15 o'clock at the Miami V.
Dr. Hagler will discuss family
finances and personality ad-
justments under the subject of
"Thi Family Council as a Cure
tor Family Frictions."
Admission is free to members
of the V. Non-members will be
charged 50 cents.
SHEKETOFF'S MARRIED
IN RABBI'SJJTUDY
Miss Bettv Dworsky, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky,
144() Meridian Ave was mar-
ried to Jt. David Sheketoff of
Hartford. Conn., Sunday after-
noon in the study of Rabbi liv-
ing Lehrman, who conducted
the ceremony.
A dinner for the immediate
families was held at the Ver-
sailles Hotel after the wedding.
Mrs. Sheketoff attended Ohio
State College in Columbus. Her
husband is an alumnus of Bos-
ton University. Miss Rita Dwor-
sky was her sister's maid of
honor and Lt. Jay Hurwitz was
best man.
The couple, now honeymoon-
ing in New York, will live in
Hartford.
JR. HADASSAH TO
SEND DELEGATES
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
DOG
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AND
Miss Natalie Frankel and Miss
Gem Busnell, president and first
vice-presidi nt ol the Miami
Beach unit of Junior Hadassah,
will represent the local group at
the Nov. 22-24 parley to be held
at the Hotel New Yorker in New-
York City.
About '..""i1 young women
epi esentn 2 65 br a n c h e s
..: th< country will at-
tend t :.-. m to seek in-
creased support for Junior Ha-
Palestine and
to clarify current political is-
sues > :.;'. mting Zionist youth,
nvention will also cul-
minate a nation-wide member-
i for 25,000 members
in honor of I ganization's
25th anniversary. The Miami
. unit has filled us quota
for this drive.
Naomi Chertoff, national pres-
ident, will return from Pal
to preside at the sessions. Sh
will bring with her reports of
the W( '.: Zionist conference re-
cently held in London and of the
W I i Youth Council nu I
I for Oct. 31 in the
British capital.
The unit's membership drive
will continue through Slay 25.
Mrs. V : Sti atl n I irmt:
:. will award prizes to the
t :

Miss Frankel has announced
I follow ing list of a mmittee
man. edu-
. Hattie I nd Janice
1 Roslyn Kivel,
lotte Abrams, pub-
Ida Singer, American af-
verly Raphael, -
Hilda S artz Y th Aliyah;
Evelyn Shorofsky, Young J
Ellen Ravitz, fund, raising, and
Lucille Yi goda, nding
tai -v.
:-.( \: :-.. i t:ng of Junior Ha-
will be held Thui
ng .'.8 p. m. The meeting
will be auuounced during
the week. A ; of current
< < tits has been planned.
PIONEER WOMEN MAP
SEASON'S ACTIVITIES
The season's activities of the
Miami Beach chapter of the Pi-
oncer Women's organization were
planned at the first meeting
Monday night.
Four events have been sched-
uled. They are a Chanukah par-
ty, Nov. 25; a New Year's party.
Dec, 30; a National Fund eve-
ning, Fob. 3: and a Donor Din-
ner. March 10. All affairs will
be held in the evening.
Plans for their Nov. 8 mem-
bership tea were made by the
Kadima group of the Pioneer
Women at a meeting last Wed-
. evening with Mrs. Celia
Segal! presiding. The tea will
be held at the Beth Daid audi-
torium.
Club No. 1 met at Beth David
Monay with Mrs. I. Shapoff pre-
M:> N. Sorin and Mrs. I.
ngarten spoke on thi 2
years of Pioneering in Ami i ica
and Mrs. Sonia Gerber read her
own poetry.
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
CHANUKAH
First Candle,
Friday, Nor. 30
Y BOWLING LEAGUE TO
HOLD SUPPER DANCE
Officers of the Miami Y will
be guests of the Y Bowling
League at a buffet supper and
dance Sunday evening at the Po-
licemen's Benevolent Hall. Dave
Tyler and his orchestra will play
for the dance. Attendance is by
invitation only.
Arrangements for the affair
are being handled by Al Berko-
witz, chairman. His committee
consists of Larry Grossberg,
Henry Rabin, Harry Schwartz
and Frank Rose.
An average weekly attend-
ance of 65 is the record of the
ten-year-old league which meets
every Monday evening at the
Palace Bowling Alley.
MISS COOPrJ^T ,
ATTEND ccSftgJ
CARDIAC HOME PLANS
PARTY AT BEACH Y
Dade chapter. National Child-
ren's Cardiac Home, will hold a
party and ent< rtainment at the
YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd.. Mi-
ami Beach, 1:30 p. m. Wed-
nesday. Refreshments will be
Admission is one dollar.
Mrs. Jean Raab is chairman of
thi affair.
MISS MANTELL TO WED
N. Y. LIEUTENANT
Mr. and Mrs. John Mantell of
the Mantell Plaza hotel are an-
nouncing the engagement of
their daughter, Sally, to Lt.
Daniel D. Raylesberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Raylesberg of New
York City. No date has been
set for the wedding.
Graduate of Miami Beach high
ol, Miss Mantell received her
bachelor of music degree from
University of Miami, where
was active in both music
I sport.-. For the past two
years she has been teaching in
tin- Miami area.
Lt. Raylesberg did graduate
work at New York University
after receiving a bachelor's and
a master's degree from the City
College of New York. He has
n stationed at the AAF rg-
ional and convalescent hospital
Miami Beach, for the past year.
Miss France* r.
dent of the^i?*!
the Business and *
Hadassah coSjfi^i
at the Stevens Hotel. I
Upon her return Ui ,
will make plans f0?lS
membership drive i*J*fl
gin Nov. 11. wmch *-^J
Young women inters l
joining the group a7e iS*|
a meeting 8:15 p m *Sfl
the Miami Beacn US
munity Center. Refh
will b. neirti
Mrs. I. D Shapiro, p..
Hadassah, was recently a
tained by the dub atifi
given in her honor.
HOLLYWOOD TO*
MRS. WEINSTEIN
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein tfl
view Ki ishna Nehru's "Ufai
Regrets'' for the Ladies' Ad
ary of the Hollywood j-
Community Center at the 3
of Mrs. s. Fincke, 1525 VaS
en St., Hollywood, tomorrow
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Announcement of the
of religious classes for
aged 5-15 '. made bv thej
iliary this week. Sunday j
classes will begin Oct. 21 al
a. m. Hebrew school classes^
start Oct. 22 at 4 p. m. raj
ther information, call 439J.
Buy War Bonds and Sad
ALKA-SELTzf
BJE TO REORGANIZE
Miss Dorothy Lightman is re-
suming Bible study classes for
ambulatory patients at the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hoi
The project, s| by the
Bureau ol Jewish Education, was
undert ken last year with the
tion of Charles Tobin,
president: Mrs. C. Baum. and
:>!:> Gallow, superintendent.
Buy More War Bonds!
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
MONAHAN'S
ONE-STOP
AUTO SERVICE
2160 S W. 8th Street
Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Sundays 9 to 3
PHONE 3-8266
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
SOS Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5*68
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes, Hotels
Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER. Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875
412-13 Seyboid BldgPh. 25151
PAINTING
Decorating
INTERIOR and
EXTERIOR .
LICENSED and
INSURED .
GUARANTEED
WORK .
Job Toe Large or Too Smal
Estimates Cheerfully Given
PHONE 3-6924
Keystone
CONSTRUCTION CO.
2236 N. W. Miami Court
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
Repairs of All Kinds
Replacing Leaking Tanks
DON. S. COLEMAN
Phone 4-7485
GENERAL PAINTING
BV BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimate* Given
I. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co.
PHONE 30070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
HARRY MOORE, M. 0.
Wishes to Announce
He Has Taken Over
General
Medical Practice
of Dr. Tom R. Gammaoe
221 N. E. FIFTH ST.
Telephone 3-1828
Office Hours 9-11 A. M. Ex. Sun.
6-8 P. M. Ex. Sat. and Sun.
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
OCCASIONALLY, I ab 9
the morning with a Hew
It sometimes wears off alaif
middle of the forenoon, W*"l
want to wait that long, so!d*j|
glass of sparkling AUCA-SEL3
In just a little while I am tea*'
lot better.
Sometimes the week's ironic*
me and makes me soretpi
Then ifs AUC\-SXLTZBt*
rescue a tablet or Wo aad
rest makes me feel more lite
ing the job. ,
And when I cat "aoMg"^
too wea" ALK.\-SELTZEBW|
the Add Indigestion that *
follows. .
Yes. Alka-Seltzer bright *
day. It brings relief jf,2
of my discomforts, that 1 U"
keep it handy. .
Why don't you get a PW
ALKA-SELTZER at yourdraJ'-,
today? ,
.Large Package UK, Small *
Life Insurance Estate*
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Int. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Are.
ELECTRICAL
Appliance RepairsPrompt
Service
Phone 4-0632
Announcing the reopening of the
PIANO STUDIO
1945-1946 SEASON
337 Southwest 14th Avenue
Miami 35, Florida
Phone 2-4934
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PAGE ELEVEN
Courshon Edits
|( M. Newspaper
-an-sized job is the work cut
Er petite Musiel Courshon,
ler of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
kon. In her senior year at
diversity of Hiami, Muriel
FinK as editor-in-chief of the
Kity's weekly newspaper,
Jrricane.
[English major, Muriel ric-
her time to many other
lies besides the newspaper.
B president of the Interna-
, Relations club; president of
[appa Tau, women's honor-
rateinity; secretary of Lead
ilk. honorary journalism fra-
and a member of Junior
honorary group for third
[students. Last year she was
re editor of the Ibis, the uni-
v's \eurbook. and served on
Jade County Blood Bank
r her graduation in June,
=1 plans to do advertising or
[p:iuer work. In 1942 she was
tinted with the promotion de-
ne nt of Esquire magazine in
ISO.
Uriel's right-hand "man' is
flotte Kotkin, associate editor
le paper, A junior, majoring
Journalism, Charlotte has
led her way up the ranks on
Jtaff, having been news editor
managing editor of the paper
ously. She was formerly
Ire editor of the Ibis and is a
Iber of Lead and Ink. Char-
is the daughte of Mr. and
[Mike Kotkin.
ring an ex-serviceman is the
Ibeing issued to members of
Freda Markowitz Post No.
Jewish War Veterans, for
regular meeting, 8:15 p. m.
Iday, at Beth Jacob auditor-
FRATERNITY GIVES
POST-GAME DANCE
University of Florida fratern-
ity brothers will be guests of the
Tau Xi chapter of Tau Epsilon
Phi at a dance 8:45 p. m. tomor-
row at the Miami Y. All alumni
of Tep chapters have been invit-
ed by the University of Miami
group. Sam Abrams and his or-
chestra have been engaged for
the affair occasioned by to-
night's U. of F.-U. of M. foot-
ball game.
Officers of Tep this year arc
Hy Koch, president. Larry Korn-
blith, vice president; Buddy
Steinbach, secretary; Bob Slatko,
treasurer; Seymour Bieloff, ser-
geant-at-arms.
Over 75 members and rushees
attended a Tep dinner Tuesday
night at Club Bali. Chairman of
the affair was Jerome Weinkle,
who, with Lester Lasky, is re-
activating local alumni chapter.
IN THE MAIL BOX
Attention Mr. Weil:
The Jewish Floridian has re-
ceived a letter opposing the
Zionist movement from a
Samuel Weil. The address
given on the letter is located
in Flamingo Park. If Mr. Weil
will contact the Floridian of-
fice and give his correct ad-
dress, we will print his letter
in a forthcoming issue.
CONVALESCENTS
BENEFIT FROM FUND
HOME AUXILIARY
MEETS MONDAY
KENNEL CLUB DRAWS
CAPACITY CROWDS
The Hollywood Kennel club
continues to draw capacity
crowds from Miami for its races
every night except Sunday. Post
time is 8 p. m.
Direct express buses to the
main gate leave the Florida
Motor Lines terminal. N.E. First
and Third ave., at frequent Later-
als between 6:30 and 8 p. m.
There arc quinielas on every
race and a daily double on the
second and third races.
Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
of the Miami Beach Servicemen's
Hospitality committee, said
Thursday that the balance of
the group's funds, $1,417.95. will
be used for Army convalescents.
The fund, he said, is sufficient
to carry out the program to be
climaxed by a Christmas party.
No further funds are needed, he
said. Most of the funds previ-
ously have been used in connec-
tion with the Beach redistribu-
tion stations, now closing.
Approximately 250 Miami
merchants affiliated with the
Miami Beach Servicemen's Hos-
pitality committee has been ex-
pressed by Brigadier
A general meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will be held
2 p. m. Monday at the Home. 335
S.W. 12th av. Important matters
affecting preparations for the
early opening of the Home will
be discussed.
Entertainment will be fur-
nished by Miss Lillian Baron,
New York, who will sing, and
Mrs. Hyman Kessler and Mrs.
Anna Rubin, pianists.
Refreshments will be served by
the committee headed by Mrs.
Paul Raff and Mrs. Becky Levine,
Mrs. Emanuel Gluck, Mrs. Mir-
iam Shor, Mrs. Sadie Karasak and
Mrs. Milred Daum.
BB Leaders Fly
To Tampa Meeting
Harold Turk, chairman of tho
B'nai B'rith state membership
campaign, and George Talianoff,
Florida regional director of ADL,
will fly to Tampa tomorrow to at-
tend an executive meeting of
presidents of all BB lodges Sun-
day.
Monday night, th two will ad-
dress a meeting of the Sarasota
lodge before returning to Miami
Tuesday.
Talianoff will leave next
Thursday to attend aconferenco
of all ADL directors in Chicago
Oct. 26-30.
CIRCLE TO DISCUSS
LABOR PARTY VICTORY
Members of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau board of direc-
tors will meet at 8 p. m. Wed-
nesday at the Junior League of-
fice, 701 Biscayne Bldg. The bu-
reau's personnel committee re-
cently decided to undertake a
study of existing personnel prec-
tices.
for a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner Go to the
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
\Kosher n^s Restaurant
158 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
For Reservations Phone 5-9462
^RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastriee
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-760
James H. Walker, Commanding
General of the Army Ground and
Service Forces Redistribution sta-
tion.
Ho praised the assistance ren-1 served,
dered by local business and vol-
unteer civilian groups, in a let-
ter addressed to Dr. Goodman.
"With the inactivation of the
Army Ground and Service Forces
Redistribution Station. Miami
Beach," wrote the general, "I
wish to take this occasion to ex-
tend on behalf of the station our
heartfelt thanks for your coop-
eration and support in a diffi-
cult task successfully accom-
plished."
The Merchants Division of the
Hospitality committee, which
among its various activities, has
been purchasing 1600 movie tick-
ets per month for distribution
among members of the armed
forces and arranging courtesy
meals for servicemen among
some 30 Miami Beach restaur-
ants and dining rooms, is plan-
ning an extensive Christmas
program for convalescent sold-
iers confined in Miami Beach
hospitals. ...
Approximately 250 Miami
Beach merchants and restauran-
tcurs have cooperated in the
work of the Hospitality commit-
tee. ______.
Dr. L. Sadoff of New York will
lecture on "The Victory of the
British Labor Party and Its Ef-
fect on World Politics" at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25
Washington ave., Miami Beach,
tonight at 8 p. m. Discussion will
follow.
A report of the Miami delegates
General to the 25th southeastern district
i M. J. O C. SCHOOL
TO BEGIN CLASSES
Sunday school classes of tho
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will begin at 10 a. m. Sun-
day morning at the Schaarei Ze-
de'k Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W.
Third St.
The Sunday school and He-
brew classes are under the su-
pervision of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Hebrew classes are taught by
Mrs. Josephine Berman and Mr.
Brody Monday through Friday.
conference held in Miami Beach
in September will be given to the
members at the Lyceum Sunday There's a big job ahead. Bo
afternoon. Refreshments will be \ ready to subscribe to the Victory
Loan.
HERBERT'S RESTAURANT
2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET
|0| i.-.l by David and Florence Schiller ... VgSf&Jg 3Z?S
) PtftKler Street Store Serving full course Meals at Mod-
lerate Prices Herbert's Supreme lie Cream made on premises.
All Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the Popular 1. Leb
of Miami Beach
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MIAMI BEACH
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FRIDAY.
Face Facts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
Native Fascists .
A youg lady was discharged by
n utility company following her
absence on Yom Kippur. When a
Serviceman (of unknown creed,
but an American) serving in the
far off Pacific, learned of this oc-
Same thing that we as a nation
cried out against in the recent
aggressor nations.
"Under the colors of our flag
they flaunt its ideals,, little tar-
ing for the men who suffered and
currence, he reacted by writing ; dlod or theil. preservation.
this eloquent editorial which we
Quote from Trade Winds, an offi-
cial publication of Navy men on
Saipan:
VICTORY?
"The war is over and we won.
That is to say. on the field of bat-
lie the forces of fascism, nazism
and brutal militarism have been
Vanquished. In the field of
"Let the veteran beware that
he is not hoodwinked into their
schemes. Of all followers, they
want the veteran most. That
makes it easier to wave the flag.
easier, finally, to desecrate it.
"We don't know just what the
future holds for us. whether we
will see an era of prosperity or
FINN TO RUN FOR
SCHOOL BOARD
Sol C. Finn has enrolled as a
candidate for one of the three
Dade County school trustees to be
Selected in the Nov. 6' election.
In announcing his candidacy,
Mr. Finn said he is most inter-
ested m alleviating Dade coun-
t's juvenile delinquency prob-
lem. His program includes the
organization of more "Daddy
associations, similar to the one
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME
OCTOBER j
LEGAL
NOTJf^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- flt'tninus- name of
DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 21(11 N.
\v. mil Ave Miami, Florida, intends
i,. register Mid name with the Clerk
.if Hi.- Circuit Court of Daile County,
P|OI ..1.1.
HAiiKY HERMAN
MuldtlS OoLD
MYER8 A HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
i" 5-12-19-M 11/2
diplomacy the influence of the ;' Ponod ol econon ic depu>M,;n.
United States is powerful and un- !f lhint:s arf 1t,,,l,K 1 .' K
precedented. For we have com- V ^HS^^SSft^?
"A striking sidelight on this.
pletely defeated our enemies 0UPS ,t" be out front working-
abroad.
"It is up to the veterans them-
selves to he vigilant of their lib-
fascists are scot free and some. erties- vian1 ,,f theIr MORALS,
influential.
1!.,
many without pu
SluentiaL Ft" ku aVcn' ]:>^ "'" ** JnVLr"!
raitor, Iks been deported to Her- s;!nI1' Si22?^k a I i \
.nany without punishment for the P,ow4eriul ,na u,",,s hf A ,u,w.'
great moral damage he inflicted g^manhv 'ChTcken' *& *a^v
on us. The 26 persons indicted for !"""""*> u" *"" JJ> '">
name would smell as
on us. me ^e pc
sedition have been let loose. The ,
Attorney-General, confident of u;,tu>-
then guilt, admitted nevertheless To borrow a phrase from our
that he could not successfully barrister friends, res ipsa loquitor
prosecute them. Others, some '* speaks for itself.
highly placed, have been exposed ______________________
but never even indicted. NEWLYWEDS PLAN
" Isms' are still being exploited BEACH HOME
b> unscrupulous blackguards ________
who hover within the framework Planning to make their home
of our liberal laws, doinga good in Mlaml Beach are Pfc. Caroll
|ob of their dirty work. They ad- Band, jr., and Mrs. Band, who
vocate hate for this group and were married Sept. 18. Mrs.
hat. for that group, and always B;md the tormeI shirlee Par-
ti;-, are lily unite Samaritans ,,., IS the daughter of Mr. and
who want only to save their Mrs, Nathan Cohen. 1335 Drex-
from the menace of an- v\ Ave.
Othei group, another race, an-
creed. They wave the ban-
i excesive nationalism, the
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
3S? \. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best cirefcr chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANF.L BEER, M. D Director
Reasonable Prices
^Large Beautiful Grounds^^M
Pvt. Band, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Caroll Band, 181 S. W. 14th
Ter., recently returned from 27
months' duty in the European
theater. He is a graduate of
Miami High school.
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum con-
ducted tlie wedding ceremony
at Temple Israel, after which the
wedding party was entertained
at Victor's, the couple is hon-
eymooning at the Roney Plaza.
in which he has been active at
the Coral Way elemntary school.
Finn helped the association
raise funds for a loud speaker,
bug control and a playground at
the school. He would like to ini-
tiate more supervised playground
activities throughout the local
school system.
A graduate of Boy's high in At-
lanta. Finn received a B.B.A. de-
gree from Emery university. He
lives with his wife. Ada. and then-
sons. Ronald and Michael, at 3304
S.W. 27th st. He is active in the
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Talk can defeat-
Think, act. be American!
I WANT MY MILK
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
1 *Vr (li. M. Telephone 58-2979
Estab.
1924
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
Vi Block East of Alton
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that the
undersigned, desiring t.i engage in
business under the fictitious names, at
ili, locations hereinafter m-ntloned.
to-wit:
WEINKI.KS I.lyniR STORKS',
1709-1*11 Alton Road, Miami Bea< h,
r Ida:
WRINKLES LIQUOR STORKS.
S52j Riscayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida:
VVKINKLES I.IQl'OR STORES.
2211 l'"i:< I l "ii Boulevard,
Coral (tables, Plorlda i
to register said names with
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CARL WRINKLE.
A IRON WEINKLE,
LEO A. CHAIKIN
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
in 5-12-19-2* 11/2
pAffp-T,H-g?>aw
Miami. Florida v!* Ws.l
aid name ,',' '?* I5
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MILTON \
Attorney f. 1,
9/28 pi 5-12.l9.2PPUc,,"
FLORIDA RV-fSt
NOTICE OF INTENTiiU! .
APPLICATION^
' ll.llEe ;,- 1,1 .
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undi -1_- i. desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious names
at the locations hereinafter mentlon-
. d, In \<
CARLS MARKET, 8515 Blscayne
r.. uli yard. Miami, Florida:
CARLS MARKET. 1895 S. W. 8th
so., t. Miami. Florida;
rARLS MARKET, 7"" West 41st
Street, Miami Reach, Florida:
WRINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach, Kim Ida;
CARLS RAKERT, 785 S. W, li'th
Avi i. Miami, Florida;
HAM: WHOLESALE GROCERY,
li*" N. w. 23rd Street, Miami.
Florl I
Intel rt- l" register said nam-s with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l >ade C iunty, Florida
I'ARl, WEINKLE,
AARON WKINKLK.
IVAN o. BOWSER. SR.
Applicants.
MYERS HEIMAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
M 5-12-19-26 11 2
And Be Sure Its
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Viiit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE S7J05
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1. i: ; 188, holder of Ev< rglades
Olsl rici Tax < !erl Ificate
I 7:> I*, dated the 7th day
f July. A. 1>. 1941, has filed said
' iti In my office and has made
application f"i- tax deed to Issue
then In accord tnce with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
Ina described property, situated In
Dade County. Florida, to-wit:
l it ". Hock .; I, Falrlaw n. a
ReBUb.. l"..,t Book 8. Pag< 83,
r i ::.:\ ,.f 1 i.i,|... State cif
Pi. I :
The assesamenl of said propert)
undi thi i 'ertifli ate Issui was in
il i. B Warn n, L'nli ss
ate shall be redei n i d
according i" law, tax >' '-^ will Is-
sue thi re the 31 -t daj i n tober,
A. !>.,
I' d this 26th day of Septi
I A. Ir. mn
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
1 of 1 ilt Court. 1 lade
County, Florida.
B)
N STERRETT, L>. C.
t Court Beal.
_________ : 19-26
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the
M W R SILVER KITHcni|
NOTICE
A PR
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with
1 iale
2'
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
en> 1 .: irlng to 1
' ider the flctll .- name
l.i'llIl'A BUSINESS ASSOCI-
- it t'alumet Building. Miami,
' nd t.. reglstei 1 name
thi I'lerk of thi 1 'In nit Court of
County. Florida
Ml'RRAY KASTOPF
WALTER A. TREPTE
1 -12-19-26
tavP^ic*t;on"
TAX DEED
PILE NO l"i-,l
NOTICE IS HERPRTrms.
CONSTANCE v. M:.w i.j \?J
i asslgnei
r..,;,,fi,,.,.,. N
and 12974,
A. D 1942 has
to my office. .-.
cation for
',',';,'",'" '""! nee will ;.w. slj'
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11 '",' '' ," I*. Oceai v
Heights, Plat Book : .-. .,
In he I'itv of mi .. ,\\
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braced In Certificate Xo im|
rhj a--, psment of .'.;.
under the said r. ....
was in the ,-
Heights. i'i i :
in tho CH\ of Miami C,r.;v3
lad... S-..-. l'.-;:, un.\
braced li ,, \n ujj
1'",' IS" ol leM pmew
undi p thi I C-rtlf -uai
wa In -i........1 v. .
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In the fit \l mrrd
Dade, .- rlrta
1.1 in r v., 3a
I he nsses*ni,i
under th.- .liil '. rifi. ati sl
is In h. nl Vr.htn.
I nless said t'i lifiratm - red..... -> Isll
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Dated ith day of Sttf.td
A. D. 194!
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By
N
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t Conn. _
C. ST!'
' 21-11 i-'.MI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEIM
the e'-osl
III :. Mjl
of 11...-I.i, i,.us I
N W, 17th Avi Fiona I
to !
the Clerk lit CWll
1 m.i. County, PI
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslcned. desiring to engage
: huelneas inder thi : Utli us name
' Road Company, Ltd., at
'-: \\ a .- li ingt .. n Avenue, Miami
I la, Intend) to n l-i-!- r
Ith the i'i. k of the Clr-
1 iade 1 'ounty. Florida.
MORRIS GOODMAN.
1 : neral Parlner
ABRAHAM GOODMAN,
Limited Partner
JACOB GOODMAN.
_ Limited Partner
Milton A. Friedman
Attorney for Applicants
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-' ngage in
fictitious name of
PATUM'S JEWELRY al 212 N. K.
''"' Street, Miami, Florida intends
to reglstei ild with the 1 Merk
',.' "" '':i all Court I Dade County,
Florl
KATHRYN TATCM
Miiton A I
Attorney for Appll
1-12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
fer ut l.-.i; n. \v 5th
street, Miami, Fla., intends to regla-
- 1 name with the Clerk of the
' Court of Dade County. Plorl-
da.
SIDNEY R. BECK
Max n. Bllvi
Attorney for Applicant
10 12-19-26 11/2-9
a\JGUST BROS RVl
to)
Da.1. County' Fki i Is ...
ALBERT GROSS"!
Myers A Helman,
Attorneys for Applicant ^j*
ETIWARF ':' y
Is the BEST
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Resources Over $10,000,000.00
C. L. CLEMENTS. President
iiEiu BismvnE HREnn
S. W. 4th ST.. AT MIAMI AVE.
BOXING WRESTLING
MONDAY NTTE FRIDAY NTTE
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND
3-1236
NOTICE IS HEREBY O^JSL
the undersigned, desiring "H
In business under th- IkwJR
of PLASTIC MODES sl ""-,: tf
ami Avenue, intend to renwjjj
name with the ci-rk "!_".'
Court of Dad- County. Fiends.
ALLEN RDBHLva
ROLAND 0. W
ISAAC JOPFE, ..
Attoimv for Ai-;.'' -
10 19-26 li/t-i-U
NOTICE IS HEREBY OH
the undereigned, .1irms .n*
In business under th-,'i.l'WiP >'
of SDK-ANN NOVELTT o"J^J
8tS Washington Av, >'^.^*
Intend to reglsti ,,( Us*
i'lerk Of the C
County. Florida ,011 PR .
DORIS '^r'.-vO
SYLVIA PElK*-
I -, 11/2-9-16____________TT%.
NOTICE 18 I ^*
the undersigned, ""JPSihmi isf
It I UBlm M ul.itll B*
of LENOX HOTEL. *%%*
,. intends lo r^%S <*
with the Clerk of the < iri
MORRIS RERICK.
At torn e>- for Owner.
no;, Liaootai Ho"'.
Miami Beach. >Ta-
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PAGE TWELVE vjenist flcrid/inn FRIDAY. Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Director Native Fascists A youg lady was discharged by n utility company following her absence on Yom Kippur. When a Serviceman (of unknown creed, but an American) serving in the far off Pacific, learned of this ocSame thing that we as a nation cried out against in the recent aggressor nations. "Under the colors of our flag they flaunt its ideals,, little taring for the men who suffered and currence, he reacted by writing ; dlod or theil preservation. this eloquent editorial which we Quote from Trade Winds, an official publication of Navy men on Saipan: VICTORY? "The war is over and we won. That is to say. on the field of batlie the forces of fascism, nazism and brutal militarism have been Vanquished. In the field of "Let the veteran beware that he is not hoodwinked into their schemes. Of all followers, they want the veteran most. That makes it easier to wave the flag. easier, finally, to desecrate it. "We don't know just what the future holds for us. whether we will see an era of prosperity or FINN TO RUN FOR SCHOOL BOARD Sol C. Finn has enrolled as a candidate for one of the three Dade County school trustees to be Selected in the Nov. 6' election. In announcing his candidacy, Mr. Finn said he is most interested m alleviating Dade count's juvenile delinquency problem. His program includes the organization of more "Daddy associations, similar to the one LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME OCTOBER j LEGAL NOTJf^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinflt'tninusname of DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 21(11 N. \v. mil Ave Miami, Florida, intends i,. register Mid name with the Clerk .if Hi.Circuit Court of Daile County, P|OI ..1.1. HAiiKY HERMAN MuldtlS OoLD MYER8 A HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants i" 5-12-19-M 11/2 diplomacy the influence of the ;' Ponod ol econon ic depu>M, ; n. United States is powerful and un!f lhint:s ar f 1 t, ,l,K 1 .' K precedented. For we have comV !" ^HS^^SSft^? "A striking sidelight on this. pletely defeated our enemies £0UPS ,t" be out front workingabroad. "It is up to the veterans themselves to he vigilant of their libfascists are scot free and some. erties vi an1 ,,f theIr MORALS, influential. 1!., many without pu SluentiaL Ft" ku aVcn' ]:>^ "'" *£* J n VL r "! raitor, IKS been deported to Her" s; n I 1 Si22?^k A I i \ .nany without punishment for the P, ow 4 er i ul na u ,", ,s h f A ,u,w .' great moral damage he inflicted g^manhv 'ChTcken' *& *a^v on us. The 26 persons indicted for !"""""*>• u %  "" J J > •'"> name would smell as on us. me ^e pc sedition have been let loose. The Attorney-General, confident of u;,tu >then guilt, admitted nevertheless To borrow a phrase from our that he could not successfully barrister friends, res ipsa loquitor prosecute them. Others, some —'* speaks for itself. highly placed, have been exposed but never even indicted. NEWLYWEDS PLAN Isms' are still being exploited BEACH HOME b> unscrupulous blackguards who hover within the framework Planning to make their home of our liberal laws, doinga good in Mlaml B each are Pfc. Caroll |ob of their dirty work. They adBand, jr., and Mrs. Band, who vocate hate for this group and were married Sept. 18. Mrs. hat. for that group, and always B;md the tormeI shirlee Parti;-, are lily unite Samaritans ,,„., IS the daughter of Mr. and who want only to save their Mrs Nathan Cohen. 1335 Drexfrom the menace of anv \ Ave. Othei group, another race, ancreed. They wave the bani excesive nationalism, the RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM •3S? \. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best cirefcr chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. D„ Director Reasonable Prices % %  ^ %  Large Beautiful Grounds^^M Pvt. Band, son of Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Band, 181 S. W. 14th Ter., recently returned from 27 months' duty in the European theater. He is a graduate of Miami High school. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum conducted tlie wedding ceremony at Temple Israel, after which the wedding party was entertained at Victor's, the couple is honeymooning at the Roney Plaza. in which he has been active at the Coral Way elemntary school. Finn helped the association raise funds for a loud speaker, bug control and a playground at the school. He would like to initiate more supervised playground activities throughout the local school system. A graduate of Boy's high in Atlanta. Finn received a B.B.A. degree from Emery university. He lives with his wife. Ada. and thensons. Ronald and Michael, at 3304 S.W. 27th st. He is active in the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Talk can defeatThink, act. be American! I WANT MY MILK DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED 1 *Vr (li. M.aw Miami. Florida v!* Ws.l %  aid name ,',' '?*• I 5 s**lSt?8£8! cult — W&PSM I for A,..,. W 9^2S-lo .•.-ij-i'lV""' 05 '" *i! 0 und C ef, lKn ^-^„d t • %  ^"-.LABORAToyg^ Miami the ciri uii Florin .. I %  vv,.J MILTON \ Attorney f. 1, 9/28 pi 5-12.l9.2 PPUc,, FLORIDA RV-FST NOTICE OF INTENTiiU! APPLICATION^ ll.llEe ;,1,1 NOTICE is hereby given that the undi -1_%  %  i. desiring to engage In under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentlon. d, In \< • CARLS MARKET, 8515 Blscayne r.. uli yard. Miami, Florida: CARLS MARKET. 1895 S. W. 8th so., t. Miami. Florida; rARLS MARKET, 7"" West 41st Street, Miami Reach, Florida: WRINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach, Kim Ida; CARLS RAKERT, 785 S. W, li'th Avi %  i. Miami, Florida; HAM: WHOLESALE GROCERY, li*" N. w. 23rd Street, Miami. Florl I Intel rtl" register said nam-s with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l >ade C iunty, Florida I'ARl, WEINKLE, AARON WKINKLK. IVAN o. BOWSER. SR. Applicants. MYERS HEIMAN, Attorneys for Applicants. M 5-12-19-26 11 2 And Be Sure Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE S7J05 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1. i: ;• 188, holder of Ev< rglades Olsl rici Tax < !erl Ificate • % %  I 7:> I*, dated the 7th day • •f July. A. 1>. 1941, has filed said %  • • iti In my office and has made application f"itax deed to Issue then In accord tnce with law. Said Certificate embraces the followIna described property, situated In Dade County. Florida, towit: l it "•. Hock ; I, Falrlaw n. a ReBUb.. l"..,t Book 8. Pag< 83, r %  i •::.:\ ,.f 1 i.i,|... State cif Pi. I : The assesamenl of said propert) undi thi i 'ertifli ate Issui %  was in il i. B Warn n, L'nli ss %  ate shall be redei n i d according i" law, tax >' % %  '-^ will Issue thi re %  the 31 -t daj ••! i n tober, A. !>., I' %  •• d this 26th day of Septi I A. Ir. mn i: l: LEATHERMAN, 1 of 1 ilt Court. 1 lade County, Florida. B) N % %  STERRETT, L>. C. t Court Beal. : %  19-26 N( 1 I 1 „ni m\-"''' • MAoShLi LAV. (I: IM .1-' the M W R SILVER KITHc ni| NOTICE A PR PI 11 i with 1 iale 2' •TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that en> 1 .: %  irlng to 1 '• %  • ider the flctll %  .name %  l .i'llIl'A BUSINESS ASSOCIit t'alumet Building. Miami, nd t.. reglstei 1 name thi I'lerk of thi 1 'In nit Court of County. Florida Ml'RRAY KASTOPF WALTER A. TREPTE 1 -12-19-26 TAV P ^ IC T; ON" TAX DEED PILE NO l"i-,l NOTICE IS HERPRTrms. CONSTANCE v. M:.w i.j \?J i asslgnei r.., ; ,,fi,,.,.,. N and 12974, %  A. D 1942 has to my office. .-. cation for • ',',';,'",•'" '"" nee will ;. w slj' % %  "" l ','„' I • • %  •1tl 11 1 OUI • %  P|i I • „;,. 11 '••",' '' ," I*. Oceai v Heights, Plat Book : %  .-. ., In he I'itv of MI .. ,\\ '"'• •-' %  -'la. U braced In Certificate Xo IM| rhj a--, psment of % %  .'.;. under the said r. • %  %  .... was in the ,Heights. i'i • i : in tho CH\ of Miami C, r .;v3 lad... S-..-. l'.-;:, un .\ braced li % %  %  • ,, \ n UJJ 1 ",' IS ol leM pmew undi p thi I C-rtlf % %  -uai w a In -i. 1 v %  '"' ,,: .-. H< iL-ht.. i'lat 1 .. % %  .. 1 In the fit \l mrrd Dade, .-• • %  %  rlrta 1.1 in r v., 3a I he nsses*ni,i under th.• % %  .liil %  '. • rifi. ati %  sl is In h. • nl Vr.htn. I nless said t'i lifiratm - Isll W III is-l|. || ,. J]5t jijj| 1 Ictoher, \. D Dated • ith day of Sttf.td A. D. 194! i: 1: LEATHE "" : 1 By N I'I-. ill Court t Conn. C. ST!' '• 21-11 i-'.MI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEIM the %  e'-osl III •••:.• Mjl of 11...-I.i, i,.us I N W, 17th Avi Fiona I to %  %  • %  • %  the Clerk lit CWll 1 M.I. County, PI IRVIX %  u • %  '' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslcned. desiring to engage : huelneas inder thi : Utli us name %  Road Company, Ltd., at '-••: \\ a .li ingt .. n Avenue, Miami I la, Intend) to n L-I-!r Ith the i'i. • k of the Clr%  • 1 iade 1 'ounty. Florida. MORRIS GOODMAN. 1 : %  neral Parlner ABRAHAM GOODMAN, Limited Partner JACOB GOODMAN. Limited Partner Milton A. Friedman Attorney for Applicants 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  • %  • ngage in fictitious name of PATUM'S JEWELRY al 212 N. K. •'•'"' Street, Miami, Florida intends to reglstei ild with the 1 Merk ',.' "" '' : i all Court I Dade County, Florl KATHRYN TATCM Miiton A I Attorney for Appll 1-12-19-26 11/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name %  fer ut l.-.i; N. \v 5th street, Miami, Fla., intends to regla1 name with the Clerk of the Court of Dade County. Plorlda. SIDNEY R. BECK Max n. Bllvi % %  Attorney for Applicant 10 12-19-26 11/2-9 A\JGUST BROS RVl to) Da.1. County' Fki i Is ... ALBERT GROSS"! Myers A Helman, Attorneys for Applicant ^j* ETIWARF ':' %  y Is the BEST CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President iiEiu BismvnE HREnn S. W. 4th ST.. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING WRESTLING MONDAY NTTE FRIDAY NTTE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 NOTICE IS HEREBY O^JSL the undersigned, desiring %  "H In business under thIkwJR of PLASTIC MODES sl ""-,: tf ami Avenue, intend to renwjjj name with the ci-rk "!_"£.' Court of DadCounty. Fiends. ALLEN RDBHLva ROLAND 0. W ISAAC JOPFE, .. Attoimv for Ai-;.' %  • %  '• % %  10 19-26 li/t-i-U NOTICE IS HEREBY OH the undereigned, .1—irms .n* In business under th-,'i.l'WiP >' of SDK-ANN NOVELTT o"J^J 8tS Washington Av, >'^ !" .^* Intend to reglsti ,,( Us* i'lerk Of the C County. Florida ,011 PR DORIS '^r'.-vO SYLVIA PElK*I %  -, 11/2-9-16 TT%. NOTICE 18 I £^* the undersigned, "•••"JPSIHMI isf It I UBlm M ul.itll B* of LENOX HOTEL. *%%* ,. intends lo r^%S <* with the Clerk of the < iri MORRIS RERICK. At torn e>for Owner. no;, Liaootai Ho"'. Miami Beach. >Ta10/19-26 11/2-9-1*



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OCTOBER 191945 Jen1st fhridtan PAGE NINE r. Jabbi Samuel J. Fox fright, 1945, J. T. A.) rriON: How did the cusDurial in a coffin originBrER: It is doubtful as to ^ this was originally a (custom. As a matter of turns that when the Jews fy used a coffin for the %  was only for the purpose ling the corpse to the burt Even today there arc faces where Jews are burlout a coffin. Ise of the coffin seems to fy ancient one. It is menIn the Bible that the rebl' Joseph were carried in Even today when cofuscd and the dead are i them, it is required that t drilled in the coffin so Jstablish contact with the the source and the evenJof the human body. It 1 much for this same reasome earth is put inside lin. ETION: What is the sigfe of the pall bearers? /F.R: The coffin of the compared to the Holy hich contained the Tablets %  Ten Commandments. This Comparison exalts the beI humanity as well as it Ito denote that the Torah en for man and man was to abide by the Torah; [the Holy Ark was carried fctes in the wanderings and Considered the holiest work [Levites, so too does the bf the dead command the to be carried by esindividuals who are as honored when apto do this sacred task. STION: Why must the pe only a wooden one? WER: The scholars refer opinion of the Midrash derives this custom from ilical description of Adam Ire who hid amongst the if the Garden of Eden their shame was revealed bd called out to them. So, [man placed in a product Enes from trees when his is exposed and the Alsummons him for eternal Int. Man's life is def often in the Bible as a Ihich grows, bears fruits [cut down by the forester. Edition to this, burial in a J> coffin implies that death It IKend but a forerunner Ttuie with fruits in a world than our physical uniThe insistence upon ._ of all mankind at death finferred in this insistence ; wooden coffins. With premise laid down, the Jinot select coffins of gold fiver while the poor are in wood. What greater can there be to achieve |;m to command the same coffin for all? BB Receives Plaque For War Activities A certificate of appreciation for B'nai B'rith war service activities was presented by Col. T. J. J. Christian, commanding officer of the Miami Beach service base, to Harold Turk, president of Sholem Lodge last Thursday night. Col. Christian and Dr. Abram L. Sachar were guest speakers before an audience of 1,200 members of the various B'nai B'rith groups in Dade county. Urging unity among all groups in promoting good will, understanding and tolerance, Dr. Sachar stated that B'nai B'rith should serve as a common meeting ground for Jews of all shades of opinion and orthodoxy. He stressed the importance of educational programs in the synagogues without which "there is no dignty." Dr. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations since 1932, has assumed the additional responsibility of planning, implementing and directing an over-all B'nai B'rith youth program under the BB Youth Commission, Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, has announced. The B'nai B'rith Youth Commission is the governing body of the BB Youth organization which includes the Aleph Zadik Aleph for boys of high school age; the BB Girls for girls of similar age; the BB Young Women for girls out of high school and up to 25; and the BB Young Men for boys out of high school and up to 21. The four organizations now have a combined membership of 28.000 organized in 900 chapters. Dr. Sachar addressed members of the local Hillel Advisory Council, who held a luncheon meeting last Friday to discuss plans for a Hillel House on the proposed new campus of the University of Miami. Later in the afternoon Dr. Sachar met with Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the University. PFC. EHRENS ANDWIFE TO LIVE IN OHIO safe—don't talk, kce assure victory! ling A Home Deed Dur best deed for your family CALL It Fuld Calumet Bldg. .ones: 2-0559 4-0487 ITS DAY IN -^i. TAB LETS pK of It | Your minim daily requirement* fcnd D Vitamins or of % Pie* ViUmliu, In on* pit tablet. Remember lame ONE-A-DAY 1) Vitamin Tablet*. on. MUM NERVINE T0 TENSE nerves rnako you Wakeful. Cranky, Reatlesa? Dr. Ml lei Nervine hi l|>s to linen Nervous Tension. Get it at your drug "tore. Read dirccUona and use only a* directed. i-Seltzer (N Headache, Mu•f Paine or Simple *'. Dletreaa after I*'"" on Stomach, or C After" interfere our Work or J". try Alka-Seltier. Honeymooning in Asheville, N. C, before going to live in Cleveland are Pfc. and Mrs. Irving Wallace Ehrens. who were married last Thursday by Rabbi Irving Lchrman. The bride is the former Miss Winifred LeGrange, daughter of Mrs. Rose Nemeyer, New York. Pfc. Ehrens' parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ehrens, 2526 S. W. 15th St. The groom served with the Third Army in Europe and was in a German prison camp for six months. He is a graduate of Stanford, Conn., schools. Mrs. Ehrens received her education in the Bronx, N. Y. JEMS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS Officers of Jems chapter. B'nai B'rith, were installed at a luncheon last week. They are Miss Hadassah Land, president; Miss Anita Holland, vice president; Miss Marcia Sable, secretary; Miss Eleanor Berman, corresponding secretary; Miss Leah Pearlman, treasurer. The presidential cabinet is composed of the defense chairman. Miss Elaine Weiss and Miss Gilda Roenberg; publicity chairman, Miss Isabel Pugatsky; social, Miss Muriel de Koven: honor point chairman. Miss Verna Goldman; athletic chairman. Miss Barbara Epstein; sunshine friend. Miss Selma Steadman;' sergeant-at-arms, Miss Helen Cohen. Invocation at the luncheon was given by Miss Janet Spitzer, new religious chairman, folowed by address of welcome by Miss Edith Schulman. Mrs. Harry Gordon served as toastmaster. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, guest of honor, presented the traditional gavel and a copy of the Jems charter. A regular meeting of the Miami Beach Post No. 330. Jewish War Veterans, will be held at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Miami Beach Y to make plans for the official installation of the post Oct. 29. Council Seeks Two, Aids Europeans Americans can now contact friends and relatives in the American, British and French zones of Austria, Mrs Max J. Finkelstein, executive secretary of the Miami section of Council women's service to foreign born, reports. If the exact present address of the person to be contacted is known, mesages may be channeled through the Council office, 513 Congress building. Letters are to be written on onion skin with the full name and address of the sender at the bottom. Messages are routed by JDC representatives in Europe through the national office of Council. In connection with its location service, the Miami section is seeking information of the whereabouts of two men believed to be in this area. Oscar Vogel, formerly of the Monticello hotel, N. Y., who spends part of the year in Miami Beach, is being sought by his four children now living in Palestine, after being saved from the Lwow, Poland, ghetto. A niece in Sweden is seeking Mr. Bele Neumann of Palm Beach. *HE United Stale* leads tl.o world in industrial progress. Research laboratories and experiment station, fn^lorid. and throughout the couit have laid the pound-work for this_ leadership. lute UiSe institution, and the men who are bLu£s *• iaau,,^ ,, pI ?*T: High on the list i. our own Florida Engme.-.. the southeast. XrS-£•£££ rf Florida industries. To this end, tftey are workir*.lo,*tl*followtal"K-= X Research to prepare for the noeo* Rorida'. fntnre iitd^ne, ^^^ J. Research to improve) Ffcoda*. axi-tanf Ida's indui'ir 4. Engineering | n of Florida 5. Development of Nat iral R source* The lateal list ihows 32 aetivo and important projects in operation in l!ie station, covering widely divoraified Mil jccSs. With Florida <"> the llire !iol I of a treat industrial expari ion. the Engineering and Industrial Experim %  • % %  '. Station of Ihe Univeraitj of Florida an I othor research bodies will play increasingly Imp irlanl r. of new raw material source*. Future Florida industry will bo indebted to the men who** research has biased the Iran. The Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station anil similar Florida research group* deserve a plare in the from rank* of Florida's industrial builders. Following is a partial li' of studies undertaken by the Engineering and Induitrial Experiment Station of the University of Florida in one period of lew than a year. These examples ore typical of Ihe scope ond variety of the work done at the station: e High Grade Ceromic War* e Tonnin from Scrub Ook and Other Sources • Sewage Treatment Processes Test Road Using limerock • Utilization of Wood and Wood Waste • Protein Feed from Waste Sulfite Liquor • Harvesting Equipment • Pulp for Paper from Fresh Stumps • Fundamental Corrosion .Studies e Mildew and Moth Control on Textiles, leather ond Other Materials e Mucilage from Hibiscus Manihot • Cathodic Protection of Water Storage Systems e Leather Development e Investigations on Peat limerock in Sulphite Pulp Mills e The Greater River and Harbor Systems of Florida • Crate Closure for Citrus and Celery e Wood Impregnation Equipment e Drying of Tung Nut*. IIORIDi I.K.HT COMPWI ASJW View ef *W mtm/i "• &f ce-pes m 1 ^^^s ~,^*af*r~ 5$ VV %  %&*[? %  <'/' *v^ 11 ls?ir *^ ^ i i i i > Lr^S^Sfej^&SSfe^fft^ KffS -^


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PAGE TWO *knist flcridian FRIDAY, OCTOBER I PERSONALLY SPEAKING THITHER AND YONDER WITH THE LOCAL FOLK Rumor has it iliai the Lou Beimans are moving i Rivo Win Island • • li.diln Saul Vppelbaum officiated at tinnaming of John Irwin, ion of Mr. mill Mr-. Stuarl (.union ami grandson of Mr. ami Mr-. Monte Selig. Fridaj night at Temple Iwael N. Douglas Raff has been elected president of the Greater Miami Iluu-I association succeeding Andrew '•• ORourke vim died Sept. II. Mr. Kaff wai promoted from ihr vice presidency • Jark _pte celebrated hia son's wedding bj long distance Sunday, VThile Marvin ami Mi-Joyce Stollmack were being married in San rrancisco, Mr. \pi. M. Mai lit. i and Rabbi Saul .ppelbaum. Tne Temple Israel sisterhood is pi\inc .1 reception in l\al>l>i Vppelbaum'i honor tonight Rabbi Macntei's son, Leo. liu?been awarded a scholarship to Jullianl where %  i* studying the oboe Mrs. tnnie Lieberman of long Branch, N. J.. arrived in Miami Mnml.it lo spend the winter with her son. Iron Lieberman. I HI S, W 5th street. Another son, Irving Lieberman. live* on Miami Beach Mr. ami Mrs. M. P. Reiner celebrated their fourth anniversar] at their home. Ud Meridian aw-.. Oct. '>. Among the guests were Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. Mr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Writ/man. Mr. ami Mr-. Samuel Reinhard. antor loinFeder. Abraham Kushenbaum. vice president ol the national council of Young Israel. Mr. ami Mr-. Samuel Scharhno ami several servicemen stationed here. Mr. ami Mrs. Reiner rerentl) returned from a northern vacation. Mr. Reiner ichairman of the liith Jacob board of education. Mr. ami Mr-. Jark llir-rh. 645 Lenox, entertained several friends on their fourteenth anniversary last week. The; also were hosts at a Sholosh Su.loat I!, ih Jacob Saturday night \i a recent board meeting the sisterhood, of which Mr-, lln-ih ipresident, presented the couple with a silver fruit basket. Mr. ami Mr-. .. M. Morrison have moved to their new home at li>,si Lenox ave.. Miami Beach I apt. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta -prut lasl weekend with Mrs. Serotta'* parents, Mr. and Mr-. Isaac Levin. Capt Serotta expect* to be transferred from his Venice. I la., post -non ... Mr ami Mr-. Martin T. Cohn, who were married Sept 28. annow making tluir home in Hollywood. Mrs. Cohn ithe former Harriet Julian Damen* stein. Harp (.trover Retalick, iu-t returned from duty with the Vrmy air forces, has joined the Vmerican National hank aa \ice-president Dr.' Frederick R. I rank was elected vice president of the Florida Mat.Chiropractors %  i ation last week at the list annual convention M. J. Heck. managei .1 Burdine's Lincoln road store, ami S. \. Stanley, Miami Beach jeweler. ^ %  r. elected to fill office* in the retail merchants' division of ibe Miami Bearh Chamber of Commerce lasl Tuesdav al a meeting presided over li I >i Morris Goodman, head of the division Rabin Irving Lehrman was in>tallmt nffirrrs al thi \\ en's division. American Jewish congress installation hrun M Monday. Over 500 women attended the affair. Rabbi I hriiian \..,tm-i speaker a) a luncheon meeting of the Probu* club Tuesday al ihi I rmey Manuel Baker. 1859 S, W lfith -t.. ihum. aft. r a siegi al ihe L'niversity hospital. While ill. he received word of the death ol Intailor in Srhnectady. X. V GOING. GOING. GONE Mr and Mr*. David Veinberg motored lo Brooklyn lasl week to vi-ii Inmother. Mrs, Zelia Veinberg. The younger Mrs. VTcinberg inew president ol tin Miami Beach Women's league and *ill open the league** activities for ihe season when she relume in two week* Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dok>on left bj plan, for New York last Friday for a to w.-.-k vacation Bill Singer flew lo i levi-land Monday night to visil his brother who iill l>r ami Mr-. Max I. n.lri. h returned lo Chicago Tuesdaj after spending nine days with his parents. Mr. ami Mr-. Joseph Tendrich Mr. tnd Mr-. hard Roengarten left tinweek for s vacation in the North Mr-. HemiaifBGordon ion a -i\ weeks buying tour in New York Nal Roil: iin ramps where he'll presidi al ihe annual Rorida Fashion Man showing to be held Oct. __ through J4. He's expected ha. k the 27th • d ilnmonth. Visa attending the merchandise exhibition ar.Perry Radin, treasurer, and George M, ( ohen, secretary, SCHOOL DAYS. SCHOOL DAYS Dorothv Rae Goldstein. 5828 Pin. Tree dr. Miami Beach, ami Bernard Vdam Kaniui-ki. (01 Deer Run dr. Miami Springs, ar.enrolled at Northwestern university. Evanston. III. Doroth) itaking a lil.iral artcourse .in.l Bernard istudying snedirim Mi-tudrrj Hankoff, Hid Nautilus dr., and N|i-Lucille Turrhin, 1003 14th -t. ar. Miami Bearh -irlpledging Wphs Vp-ilon Phi sororit) at thi I niversitv of Texas Mi-Ester Argintar of Miami Bearh ipresident ..f I Mia Phi Epsilon sororit) at Tallahassee MiMona In Pastroff, daughter of Mr-, inn Pastroff, 1856 S. W 1 Ith t. r.. has entered her freshman year al Tally. Mona ia member ..f Tri Beta Mis* Paula Ginsburg i* staying with her sister ami brother-in-law, Mr. ami Mr-. I.irgi hertkof. while attending the L'niversit; ..I Miami where she is freshman Mr-. Chertkofs brother-in-law, J... Goldstein, arrived in Miami from Hahif of Vedado, Ha ner are back at the Victor hotel. Mr \ana. arrived by plan.>.-t.r.la\ to Rosaer** brother-in4aw, San Slotnick, spend several weeks as th< boose anesl accompanied them Durinc their of thi\*tr??^r' WW



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" iY, OCTOBER 19, 1945 fJewistincridUar? PAGE ELEVEN Courshon Edits |( M. Newspaper -an-sized job is the work cut Er petite Musiel Courshon, ler of Mr. and Mrs. Harry kon. In her senior year at diversity of Hiami, Muriel FinK as editor-in-chief of the Kity's weekly newspaper, Jrricane. [English major, Muriel richer time to many other lies besides the newspaper. B president of the Interna, Relations club; president of [appa Tau, women's honorrateinity; secretary of Lead ilk. honorary journalism fraand a member of Junior honorary group for third [students. Last year she was re editor of the Ibis, the univ 's \eurbook. and served on Jade County Blood Bank r her graduation in June, =1 plans to do advertising or [p:iuer work. In 1942 she was tinted with the promotion dene nt of Esquire magazine in ISO. Uriel's right-hand "man' is flotte Kotkin, associate editor le paper, A junior, majoring Journalism, Charlotte has led her way up the ranks on Jtaff, having been news editor %  managing editor of the paper %  ously. She was formerly Ire editor of the Ibis and is a Iber of Lead and Ink. Charis the daughte of Mr. and [Mike Kotkin. ring an ex-serviceman is the Ibeing issued to members of Freda Markowitz Post No. Jewish War Veterans, for regular meeting, 8:15 p. m. Iday, at Beth Jacob auditorFRATERNITY GIVES POST-GAME DANCE University of Florida fraternity brothers will be guests of the Tau Xi chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi at a dance 8:45 p. m. tomorrow at the Miami Y. All alumni of Tep chapters have been invited by the University of Miami group. Sam Abrams and his orchestra have been engaged for the affair occasioned by tonight's U. of F.-U. of M. football game. Officers of Tep this year arc Hy Koch, president. Larry Kornblith, vice president; Buddy Steinbach, secretary; Bob Slatko, treasurer; Seymour Bieloff, sergeant-at-arms. Over 75 members and rushees attended a Tep dinner Tuesday night at Club Bali. Chairman of the affair was Jerome Weinkle, who, with Lester Lasky, is reactivating local alumni chapter. IN THE MAIL BOX Attention Mr. Weil: The Jewish Floridian has received a letter opposing the Zionist movement from a Samuel Weil. The address given on the letter is located in Flamingo Park. If Mr. Weil will contact the Floridian office and give his correct address, we will print his letter in a forthcoming issue. CONVALESCENTS BENEFIT FROM FUND HOME AUXILIARY MEETS MONDAY KENNEL CLUB DRAWS CAPACITY CROWDS The Hollywood Kennel club continues to draw capacity crowds from Miami for its races every night except Sunday. Post time is 8 p. m. Direct express buses to the main gate leave the Florida Motor Lines terminal. N.E. First and Third ave., at frequent Laterals between 6:30 and 8 p. m. There arc quinielas on every race and a daily double on the second and third races. Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Hospitality committee, said Thursday that the balance of the group's funds, $1,417.95. will be used for Army convalescents. The fund, he said, is sufficient to carry out the program to be climaxed by a Christmas party. No further funds are needed, he said. Most of the funds previously have been used in connection with the Beach redistribution stations, now closing. Approximately 250 Miami merchants affiliated with the Miami Beach Servicemen's Hospitality committee has been expressed by Brigadier A general meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held 2 p. m. Monday at the Home. 335 S.W. 12th av. Important matters affecting preparations for the early opening of the Home will be discussed. Entertainment will be furnished by Miss Lillian Baron, New York, who will sing, and Mrs. Hyman Kessler and Mrs. Anna Rubin, pianists. Refreshments will be served by the committee headed by Mrs. Paul Raff and Mrs. Becky Levine, Mrs. Emanuel Gluck, Mrs. Miriam Shor, Mrs. Sadie Karasak and Mrs. Milred Daum. BB Leaders Fly To Tampa Meeting Harold Turk, chairman of tho B'nai B'rith state membership campaign, and George Talianoff, Florida regional director of ADL, will fly to Tampa tomorrow to attend an executive meeting of presidents of all BB lodges Sunday. Monday night, th two will address a meeting of the Sarasota lodge before returning to Miami Tuesday. Talianoff will leave next Thursday to attend aconferenco of all ADL directors in Chicago Oct. 26-30. CIRCLE TO DISCUSS LABOR PARTY VICTORY Members of the Jewish Social Service Bureau board of directors will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Junior League office, 701 Biscayne Bldg. The bureau's personnel committee recently decided to undertake a study of existing personnel prectices. for a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL \Kosher n^s Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach For Reservations Phone 5-9462 ^RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastriee N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned P hone 2 760 James H. Walker, Commanding General of the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution station. Ho praised the assistance ren-1 served, dered by local business and volunteer civilian groups, in a letter addressed to Dr. Goodman. "With the inactivation of the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution Station. Miami Beach," wrote the general, "I wish to take this occasion to extend on behalf of the station our heartfelt thanks for your cooperation and support in a difficult task successfully accomplished." The Merchants Division of the Hospitality committee, which among its various activities, has been purchasing 1600 movie tickets per month for distribution among members of the armed forces and arranging courtesy meals for servicemen among some 30 Miami Beach restaurants and dining rooms, is planning an extensive Christmas program for convalescent soldiers confined in Miami Beach hospitals. ... Approximately 250 Miami Beach merchants and restaurantcurs have cooperated in the work of the Hospitality committee. Dr. L. Sadoff of New York will lecture on "The Victory of the British Labor Party and Its Effect on World Politics" at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach, tonight at 8 p. m. Discussion will follow. A report of the Miami delegates General to the 25th southeastern district i M. J. O C. SCHOOL TO BEGIN CLASSES Sunday school classes of tho Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will begin at 10 a. m. Sunday morning at the Schaarei Zede'k Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third St. The Sunday school and Hebrew classes are under the supervision of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Hebrew classes are taught by Mrs. Josephine Berman and Mr. Brody Monday through Friday. conference held in Miami Beach in September will be given to the members at the Lyceum Sunday There's a big job ahead. Bo afternoon. Refreshments will be \ ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET |0| i.-.l by David and Florence Schiller ... VgSf&Jg 3Z?S ) PtftKler Street Store Serving full course Meals at Modlerate Prices Herbert's Supreme lie Cream made on premises. All Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the Popular 1. Leb of Miami Beach IIIIHimHIMIIHMIIIMIIIIHIIII TOUBY PAINTING CO. Iflllll EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS •BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Patent lVmlinK nun 3-50001 LicmsEDAUpbtsuMoCotfrRAcroRs | 669 NeW.6^ Streek. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IUWIIIIBHIIBIIII"IIII"IIIIWI'" I I,,B DRINK PLENTY OF CTZrip.ure U WTrttOY v* Water DELIVERED TO YOUR H0ME_ 5-GALLON BOTTLE CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES Plus Bottle Depositi PHONE 2-4128 70c 80c HOTELS Apartments—Homes Restaurants USE OUR COMPLETE SERVICE MAINTENANCE—REPAIR Painting—Plastering Plumbing—Carpentry Electrical—Masonry Refrigerators—Appliances Air Conditioning Southland Refrigeration & Maintenance Co., Inc. General Contractors 6 N. E. 38th St. Miami 7-9732 IN THE HEART OF 'DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIE Ha£\ ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH lfi 5-2026 I %  v i i • M •' ,'. %  A I 3 H ( ,1 •*, i 1 %  ) i I



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TT IY, OCTOBER 19. 1945 fJewislincridfiar PAGE FIVE 'I PEN WIDE YOUR DOOR AND POCKETBOOK TO THE i ; FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY DO MORE THAN EVER BEFORE IN THERE'S STILL A BIG JOB AHEAD! THEY'RE on the march-the Victory Volunteers of your community! They're making their important rounds right now in support Of AMERICA'S GREAT VICTORY LOAN! Give them a rousing welcome in the form they'll appreciate most-your order for your full share of the Giant Victory Loan quota. The war may be over, but there's a tremendous job still ahead. Hundreds of thousands of our wounded fighting men must be cared for-nursed from battle wounds to health. Sons, husbands and fathers all over the world must be brought home safely -AND QUICKLY. Yes, the job ahead is big -and costly. AMERICA'S GREAT VICTORY LOAN quota is $11,000,000,000. When your neighborhood Victory Volunteer calls, open wide your door and pocketbook. The most important Bonds you've ever bought are the Bonds you buy today in America s Great Victory Loan! GIVE YOUR VICTORY LOAN | THE WARMEST WELCOME YET This Message Made Possible Through the Generosity of the Following Firms and Individuals: MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pine Tree Drive STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 62nd St. SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocena Drive PETER MILLER HOTEL 1900 Collins Avenue CAMPBELL HOMES 233 N. W. 29th Street GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS Wholesale Liquors 309 N. W. 9th Avenue RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Road FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST 840 N. E. 791h Street EAST COAST FISHERIES INC. 360 West Flagler Street SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins Avenue DR. C H. EDMUNDS 7501 Biscayne Blvd. CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN & WINTER MFG. CO Women's Apparrel BELFORD PRODUCE AND TRUCKING CO. 1800 N. W. 7th Avenue THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 Alton Road CORTEZ HOTEL 241 N. E. 1st Avenue INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES 1130 Lincoln Road G. D. MARPLE ELECTRIC CO. 233 Halcyon Arcade DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 503 N. W. 7th Avenue S. H. KRESS & CO. 54 E. Flagler Street THE GARDEN RESTAURANT 2235 S. W. 8lh Street FLORIDEAN CONVALESCENT HOME 47 N. W. 32nd Place EGNER & MULCAHY. TAILORS 11 N. E.2nd Avenue '• I ** 3fc*Mligfiqra



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PAGE SIX +Jewisiifk>rkHar? FHIDAXOCTO^ Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2 1141 Entered as Second Claas. Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, i>.y Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, S3-00: Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years, S5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor Miami 18, Florida. Friday. October 19. 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 42 HESHVAN 12. 5706 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall received at Jewish Florldian ;n*t office box. MR. BIGGOTT ON THE MOVE Tlie Miami V, at a meeting of itboard ^"ednesday, unanimoush decided t<> embark on an independent capital fundi .... ,, • %  li.ii. I,, .lii,. i.l' died of starvation and malnutrition in drive. I Inaction was taken after reviewing aetmt) to date 01 y:i lJA p ls 22 on i,,„„ j.-„. ,.,.,.,.i. %  %  %  %  In JO year*, l PJI raised $67,000,000 (,.r Palestine and Jewish population ill, ngrew from 121,725 lo (.ill.000 Dr Ibraham Flesner headi commitlee of scientists sponsoring W.000.000 Hebrew imiM 'rsily-Hadassal •diral school on Mt. Scopus Representative Helen Gahaian Douglas demands British Labor government fulfill oft| repealed pledge of Jewiah Palestine im ... I ir-t i halutzim in< e war left In.-,l\ for Palestine on Gripsholm. \Ji ..-k< him -•• embassj in lit 16.000 J. i-li n fust< • in Shanghai remain until the) find permanent I H. 1.447 of the "Shanghaied" the organization aa .i partner in the I nited Jewiah Building Fund campagn. The Miami ^ will seek a release from i %  contract with the li MTvicemenefor destitute >.f Europe. !.|. i ..( I In.-, ii People i iiii no longcampagn. Hie Miami i mu see* a ..% %  -.,-, %  ....... ... w^ ^ .,,,,.,,,,.,1 ,,, %  -, |. ,..->... ...I. .1 itli the oilier agencies and solicit the approval and coj,..,*. i r Mordeeai M. Kaplan ,. ,. i ,. .,, ....„,i, ( % %  ,, itv ... <>iiiiniinti\ interest in centralized operation ol Federation for a campaign to erect a commumt} ^^ u ^.^ jn Sou|h tU center building in Miami. The drive will lake place in I'M). claret Sydney Jacobs ..f Council of I ..,..,. i i I,• i ,i %  _....;..,;..„ ika di.. Jewish Kederalions and Welfare fun.II., taking tins step on behall ol then organization, tin di^ M Vmi||| ( ^ u| rectors. wth due deference to the remaining partners, took cogo( \ mi ri a „j|| p | an ,,..,„,. „f j, WB nizance of tlie present status of indefinitencss ol the I nited drive. m ronrentration ramps .u Oct. 20-21 | The Board's affirmative action was needed and "ill meet with conclave in X. V Sir Simon the approval and endorsement of Miami residents and leaders. %  *• l -""; 1 "* u t "* U > t < ^ %  *• li, .... i, i \ • i • Herman. ini.in.iiiMM.il secretary of I his leaves the Miami Beach 1 in the most precarious p,|„ line Foundation Fund, to speak position of the remaining partners. The Beach ^ must almost I at I'PA conference Oct. 21 in X. Y. immediately, find another location to liou-e itactivities. The Columbia to film \l Jolson*. biosproperty it now uses musl be returned to its owners. The main!" P h > • %  Oyr J10.000.000 year ii 1 l ., i ,i i • I'.IIIH -| nt in I >. ..ii Jewish ..Instaj ol iisupporters are present!) engaged in oilier drives. ra ion< ill .,„ r ,|, Ml ,„ |. r ,„.| shipkin, With tlie successful culmination ol these campaigns, the needIsirertor ..f \m. \ i ation for ejwfor the Beach ^ all encompassing communitj center structure "h Education Nevj vet Leon lias been questioned. With its program of activin accepted, 5"E* ta %  £ Xfc W'* gf !" N / ,..'.,. i Yorkers, win I'M. It run II ruli f,|. sure!) Its housing tor present ami future is uncertain. lowshipi in vocational guidance. \\ itli these difficulties facing the Beach ^ it musl seek 'I"" I best possible solution. It would not be amiss lo suggest that Palestine Police the organization join with Miami, in affecting an •'^•"•JV In Public Raids program of large scale extension work on the beach. l>\ this. expressed and effective demonstration of unit) of purpose and JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Paleseffort, and despite all geographical lovalties heretofore expressed, line police, assisted by large present objections and doubts would'gradualK disappear. \s a ';"V' S '.', Bm '* h Police, this 1 '., vi<. rn i Ullt i aided cafes, restaurants movement the i and Lenter program to till commumt) needs and public buildings 'Don't fust stand thare. Got mo some white, native-bor* sixth-generation Amorican stretcher-bearers. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" fJtAicJtiy ecHvfidetvtid .By PHINEAS J. BIRON. on i!i.Beach, would retain a definite live etitilv. in the nter of Jerusalem, checking the : identification cards of all persons | found there. Fifteen were detained. While the raid was in progress, the center of the city and all its thoroughfares were Isolated from ; the rest of Jerusalem by a corI m of British mobile police I with machine guns, and traveling in armed cars. High off Rials of the Palestine Government met, meanwhile. I with British military officials and • ped plans for quelling any outbreakth it may develop hi r< ill : the statement on British policy in Palestine which ixpected to be made soon by Pi:.':.. Minister Attlee. According to information available here, the country h. divided into military disti icts. and troops have been so deployed that they will be able to reach spot where trouble devel -CCUpy any strategic i ...... within a matter of hours. Plans have also been made for an intensive hunt for arms, with the aim of disarming the Jewish community. Other projected I measures include imposition of a i day and night curfew, and. it is understood, that curfew passes! have alreadv been printed. During the past week, two H: itish submarines arrived in alestine and anchored off-shore between Tel Aviv and Jaffa, adding under-sea craft tothe impos-' ing array of British naval and i military might which has been pouring into this country within! recent days. Reports from London indicate %  that further contingents from the Navy, Army and R. A. F. are being rushed here. One report, says tnatmen of a parachute bat\1 n tatl ned in Wiltshire were! suddenly recalled from their leaves and are now en route to an embarkation point. ANTI-JEWISH TERROR CONTINUES IN POLAND Warsaw (JTA)—Although the i government is taking energetic' measures to combat anti-Jewish, terrorists, a summary of anti-' Jewish outbreaks which took! place during the last month reveals that attacks on Jews continue and that in a number of towns Jews are still being murdered bv organized bands. The report discloses that Jews were killed in the course of the last few weeks in the towns of Czensfochowa. Gniwosnow. Opatow and Starrachowice. All of these attacks were of an organzed character. In some places the Jews were warned to leave town. THE REASON WHY We received several letters asking us on what we base our statement that the Youth for Christ organization is a Hearstsponsored movement Carey McWilhams. reliable member of the P.M. editorial staff published an expose on the Youth for Christ set-up. as far back as July of this year ... In it he shows how the Hearst papers all over the country are promoting the YFC movement in glaring sensational headlines, full page feature stones and specially drawn illustrations ... No other newspaper is paying anything but perfunctory attention to the "Religious Revival Cavalcade" headed by radio preachers and insursalesmen .... If anvone tries to tell you Jhat the YFC is ;. healthy religious movement, we advise you to ask this S64 luestion How come that Rev. Earl Opie of Long Beach. Calif., a conspicuous figure at all • for Christ rallies in Southern California was also conspicuous along with Gerald L. K. Smith at the convention of the Anglo-Israelite Fellows in Los Angeles last June? And in case you have forgotten, at that nvi ntion the most violent antiSemitic speeches ever made weie heard at every session There are other connecting human links between the YFC and Gerald L. K. Smith's activities which are now under close scrutiny by a well-known anti-Fascist group. LEARNED OBSERVATIONS The recent announcement that Dr. Juiian Morganstern, president of the Hebrew Union College favors the Zionist aspirations in Palestine gives Zionism the unanimous approval of the heads of all the Jewish Theological schools President Louis Finkelstein of the Jewish Theological Seminary ranks among the leaders in American Zionism having served for years as head of the Intercollegiate Zionist Association. President Samuel Belkin of the Yeshiva college is active in the Mizrachi ... So also is Rabbi Saul Silber of the Hebrew Theological college in Chicago The Zionist leadership of Dr. Stephen Wise, head of the i Institute, of Religion, is one of the brilliant chapters of Jewish history ... So you see. Jewish religious institutions for once agree on one subject The denunciation of Prof. Mordeeai M. Kaplan and his new Sabbath prayer book bv the three outstanding scholars connetted with the Jewish Theological Seminary threatens to split wide open the ranks of the United Synagogues of America The signers of the declaration against Dr. Kaplan are Prof. Louis Ginzburg, Alexander Marx and Saul Lieberman—all adherents of traditional Judaism Prof. Kaplan and his followers belong to the Reconstruct!* ist group, which believes in i streamlined American Jadaia ABOUT PERSONS. .. Sgt. Saul Levitt, who was troduced ter to the to glo-Jewish press by Joe Brans some years ago. has signed a tract with Harper's for h:s a novel Saul was Yank's respondent in Germany and it his wings, an air medal and li Bronze Star on ..ctive service... Hank Greenberg, Detroit's baaball hero, is gtting married tin winter and mi : lit baseball b^ fore next s. as its ..M Marshall Mi nl ry, w M should know tx tti r, is p:Iingup very bad reci miltiarj administrator of the British rejks in Germany ii ient to Nazis I n Patton e was in Bavai • George A Beldock. disti I attorney King's County. N V.. ana ones Governor Dewi closest W ical adjutants, s a graduate* the Young Is. I Oiganiat* Yehudi :• !" p S50.000 for playi ig oUiU %Z sic in the fort oming^B" movie. "The Magic Bow. The battle. b< tween the AJ office in Washington and" Jewish Agency representatwesi that city is in full swing--jH Arab propagan


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PAGE EIGHT Jen is tfhrkUan In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff. rabbi; Orthodox—-Friday evening service* at ;, [0. Saturday morning services at S:S0. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Going Forward." Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the service. Junior congregation services ror boys ami girls of olementarj BChool age will be held at n a. m. Bhaloa Sudos iii 5:30 p. m. Sunday school registration. i" a. in. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services. % %  :80. .' S:l '" urday morning services, I o clocK Dally services al 8 a. m. and 5 SO p. in Rabbi Benjamin G. Eisenbero. Of Tampa will be guesl rabbi Saturdaj morning. AH members and their families are Invited. Refreshments will I"served Junior services will be held al the Schaarei Zedek Taimud Torah, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.. Saturday morning al 9:30 oclock. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 130 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro, rabbi; Conservative Friday evening service. % %  13 Saturday morning. s SO, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Student servli es, Saturday. 10 30 a m Sunday school, 10 a. in. Hebrew schol.o dally Monda> through Thursday. Parents are ui %  % %  >i to contact the office If their children desln bus transportation t" religious school OBITUARIES SOLITAIRE David Bolltaire, 55, •.--1 Monday In his home, %  %  %  Ninth St.. Miami Beach He oame from Atlantic Clt) In IMS. Survivors include his wife. Mis Anna Solitaire, two daughters, Mrs Prances Feder and .Miss Charlotte Solitaire, of Miami Beach, rive brothers and two sisters of Atlantic City. The body has been sent t" Atlantic City by Riverside Men al i hapel. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman. rabbi; Conservative Frldaj evening services 5:45 Saturday morning services at 9. Rabbi Irfhrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant. Mln. h a service, 5:15 p, m. will %  •followed by Shalos Sudos and Mnai l\ Jui lor i • ngregatlon sei The bar mltsvah of Mark Joi I Reli hi i grandson of Mr. :m ,l Mrs ll, %  '" Stn Iff, ill !"• held aj morn11 AZA-RR(1 break fast, SUM. I i>. 9 n m II. brew school .,n.i Sunday hool now In session TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach; Leon Kronish. rabbi; Liberal Friday evening •in % %  .al 15. Rabbi Kronish uill speak "ii "It's N'ot Eas> % %  be an Abraham." Sabbath BI rvlce, 10 SO a, in Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant. A l" minute organ prelude will prei de cai h sen %  W. 19th Reform Rabbi '.l.cirnev s will read Mis hargi ol all whi.h will be Ian. 1.1 R. in Brown ini.i ii!ii$; a .1..'. Il |.;.. Ihauni am" over FELDMAN Miss Irene Ft Idman, 21, d i I sun day in her home, 1330 IVtntsy Ivanln Ave Miami Beach, She came from N.w York Clt} five years agn Bur vlvors Include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Feldman, and n sister, M Lillian Feldman of Miami Bi ai h Services were held Tuesday In the Gordon chapel. Burial was in Mt. Net... cemetery, AUERBACH Maxwell Aui i bach, 82, nf IS80 s W Fourth o died Sunday In n I al. ll. came from New York Cits L'", years ago. He is survived b) a sister. M n Sarah Bernstein, Itig Beach, I. I. N. V. Gordon funeral home was in charge of arrangi ments, MOSS Daniel Moss, 55, a retired executive of a shoe store chain, died Shtu daj ,,t his home, :'-'7 Second St., Miami Beach. He cam.from New York Cits' 10 years ago, Surviving nre his wife, Mrs Beatrice Moss, two sens. Bernard and Marvin, and a daughter, M BS I Idith MOSS, all Of Miami Beach Services were Monday al iia.tiM.i* rfiapel, wtth bugtal In \v Us w n cemeters I^AY. OCT0BQ, J k fits Services were held Friday .t Riverside Memorial chapel with Rabbi Irving Ulirman contelIng., interment was l>' Mt. Nebo ni.l. ) ^^^ FRANK Hymnn Frank, 90. died Tuesday ,, hi, home, M Pen-Na-Na di Hla...1 tie was born In Russia, Sur; „ %  „ include his wife. Mrs Rose P i.-i ,,,), of Miami, and two sens n M ;,„„. j„,.k Prank and Isaac Frank Cordon Funeral home Is sendlm Hi 1,0,1, ,., Morwlch, Conn ror BI rvlcei and bui ROSENTHAL Pauline Ros. nthnl, 1*. ol n ,, B ve„ Miami Beach, died I at a hospital she came here ,..,. „„„ rrom Montlcello, Survivor* Include a brother, llllus M Rosenthal of Miami PI... hody Is being sen! to \ v today by Riverside Mrs rfen -,i .•en Y .1 m h nke i.., servli and burial. 1290 ABELSON Berl H Abelson, 45, of 1009 Pennsylvania Ave., died last Thursday ol | a heart attack. He came here two I years ago from New Fork City and WEINER Mi-. Ressle Welner. 51, of x w 119th st died Tuesday In •• hospital She .amhere from loklvn three months ago Servw ; .. held Wednesday a] I. • i I, Miami Beach, with burBr nap. ial In Mount Nebi netery. FOR RENT TO RELIABLE PEOPLE Large room, twin beds, separate entrance, in private home. Kitchen privileges to Kashruth observing people. 2 blocks from bus and Miami Senion High School. 212 N.W. 24th Ave. ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT TfJ LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. IJ. S. Gov't inspected Demand itl Kosher Zion Sausage Co CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUffll Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE I United States War Bonds are Keep on Buying War still the best investment. and Stamps. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1377 N. St.: Saul Appelbaum. rabbi; Pi das i-venins BCI vices, R 1" AnnellHtuni will preach on n| ll. |). Mr* Joel Relo\ •le Sabbath candle \ % %  A Roswmnn is In i Hi. rcexcepl I i< iplan h will follow He service Shi assisted by the M. sdami I Cohen, Law rence Adlei Am anil Rlonn I Irown Saturdas %  w 111 bi i esun • .1 at .1 Rabbi -\ ill speak .n %  \tein v A.I ... IVIOP n lisjlous houi CALENDAR Of EVENTS Monday, Oct. 22, 1945: li. HI li .1. i-li %  %  • t. 11 1 Lui %  neon and Installation Meelll Bt I %  Iltl I'. .!• I IUIIRI t [tee, s p m lit Federiitloi i Miami Sen l ..-...• %  • m al Tow a Y. Tusday. Oct. 23. 1945: ...• Jew lali Kducal on, boa d • a i, .. %  ii in. at %  -, ii, offlci Town "Y li tun p, inWednesday. Oct. 24. 1945: v %  %  ilren's Cai iliac Hon i in. al Bern li V. Miami Bi ai h |..,.i N. .1. ( i-h W.il V. !• I ilar meeting, 8 p. m. al M V: .1. -li Soc al Si rvlce i : ireau board n ting, B p, m. at T"i iliscayne Building;. Thursday. Oct. 25. 1945: i Protection meeting;, 8 p. m. ai Federation office, Sunday. Oct. 28. 1945: 11, i.i, Chapter, B'nal B run Young \V,.IIII %  dan %  S p. in at Beach "V; Beth Jacob Sisterhood lum %  tlon, • %  p in Monday. Oct. 29. 1945: American Jewish Congress: twomen) general meeting; Federation Budget Committee, B p, m. at Federation office. LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1 Mile i 'mint v. Kim iila No. aTl'l Re: Estate of JAME8 R. WABKlKl.li. D ased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that l have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD. deceased; and that on the Wth day of November, IMS. I win apply to the Honorable w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of JAMBS R, WARFIF.I.P, deceased, This 17th day of October, l'.'l.. FANNIE E. WARFIELD MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix 10/1H-26 11/1-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ti> engage In business under the fictitious name Of ROIIINIIooli INN, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BISCATNE 1HT11 STREET CORPORATION MORRIS RKR1CK, Attorney for Owner fior Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida 10/19-26 1 1/2-9-16 J** la the BESTf Tf*M Gas, the Modern Fuel, is helping to build tanks and guns and other 1 materials of war! brings the miracle I Servel M-ftm Air Conditioning Cross the threshold and step into your home of the future! Is it summer outside—hot, muggy? A flip of a switch brings you the coolness of a mountain-top indoors. Winter? You enjoy snug warmth in spite of bitterest weather. Yes, in the bright world of tomorrow—when gas is no longer a vital war fuel—you will be able to make "to order" the kind of climate you like—the year round. This is the promise of Servel All-Year Gas Air Conditioning. Made by the makers of the famous Servel OasBofrigecator, this new and different air conditioning system heats and humidifies, cook and dehumidifies, cleans and circulates the air in your home. And all with one simple unitl Perfected before war came, hundreds of these systems are already on test in homes all over America .. and doing fine! Servel AW-Year Gas Air Conditioning will be available for your bom* at war's end. So plan now for greater comfort—better living—with Servel AU-Year Gas Air Condition* ing. And to make your plans come true, buy War Stamps and Bonds now. HOLLYWOOD &gfltfirtMF§ b-s.gaai FORT LAUPEBD^j MIAMI BEACH SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ r==.< rrjTSJaS'S '*"t : *ZXTJl.



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PAGE TEN fjmisti Fkridian FRIDAY, OCTOBER, i ROSE CHAPTER JOINS B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith. officially became part of the national woman's organization with the receiving of the charter by the president. Miss Ruth Sherman, last week. Volley ball games are held every Sunday morning at 10:30 under the leadership of Miss Dulce Krichevsky. athletic chairman. The chapter is planning an alldaspicnic at Grevnolds Park Oct. 28. -Miss Edith Shulman is chairman of the outing committee. RED CROSS MOVES HEADQUARTERS Surgical dressings headquarters wore moved this week from Richard's department store to the Red Cross chapter house. 998 West Flagler St.. according to announcement made by Mrs. Henry O. Shaw, chairman of Volunteer Special Services. Mrs. Grace Jacobs will be in charge of this service. Now that the Dade county chapter has completed its quota i I surgical dressings for the armed forces, production workers Will concentrate on garment production for civilians in recently freed countries and on making dressings for local hospitals. To meet the requests from local installations two surgical dressings work rooms will remain open: Coral Gables room. Mrs. John V Campbell and Miss Betty McGuire, co-chairmen, in Colonnade building on Co Way, open from 10 a. m. to 4 m. Monday through Thursday of each week, and Miami Sh ires m, op n Monday and Wednesday of each week with Mrs. William Ostermon in charge. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Sam Berliner, postponed last Sunday, will be held this Sunday at 3:30 p. m. in Mt. Sinai cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Arrangements have been made by Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. MINISTER TO DISCUSS FAMILY FRICTIONS The second in a series of lectures on successful marriage will be given by Dr. Albert Dale Hager. minister of the Bryan Memorial church. Tuesday night at 8:15 o'clock at the Miami V. Dr. Hagler will discuss family finances and personality adjustments under the subject of "Thi Family Council as a Cure tor Family Frictions." Admission is free to members of the V. Non-members will be charged 50 cents. SHEKETOFF'S MARRIED IN RABBI'SJJTUDY Miss Bettv Dworsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dworsky, 144() Meridian Ave„ was married to Jt. David Sheketoff of Hartford. Conn., Sunday afternoon in the study of Rabbi living Lehrman, who conducted the ceremony. A dinner for the immediate families was held at the Versailles Hotel after the wedding. Mrs. Sheketoff attended Ohio State College in Columbus. Her husband is an alumnus of Boston University. Miss Rita Dworsky was her sister's maid of honor and Lt. Jay Hurwitz was best man. The couple, now honeymooning in New York, will live in Hartford. JR. HADASSAH TO SEND DELEGATES Buy War Bonds and Stamps. DOG 5?s? ft** AND Miss Natalie Frankel and Miss Gem Busnell, president and first vice-presidi nt ol the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah, will represent the local group at the Nov. 22-24 parley to be held at the Hotel New Yorker in NewYork City. About '..""i 1 young women %  epi esentn 2 65 br a n c h e s ..: th< country will attend t :.-. m to seek increased support for Junior HaPalestine and to clarify current political issues > %  :.;'. mting Zionist youth, nvention will also culminate a nation-wide memberi for 25,000 members in honor of I ganization's 25th anniversary. The Miami unit has filled us quota for this drive. Naomi Chertoff, national president, will return from Pal to preside at the sessions. Sh will bring with her reports of the W( '.: Zionist conference recently held in London and of the W I i Youth Council nu %  I I for Oct. 31 in the British capital. The unit's membership drive will continue through Slay 25. Mrs. V %  : Sti atl n I irmt: :. will award prizes to the t %  %  : • Miss Frankel has announced I follow ing list of a mmittee man. edu. Hattie I • nd Janice 1 Roslyn Kivel, lotte Abrams, pubIda Singer, American afverly Raphael, Hilda S artz Y th Aliyah; Evelyn Shorofsky, Young J Ellen Ravitz, fund, raising, and Lucille Yi goda, nding tai -v. :-.( \: :•-.. i t:ng of Junior Hawill be held Thui %  ng .'.8 p. m. The meeting will be auuounced during the week. A ; of current < < tits has been planned. PIONEER WOMEN MAP SEASON'S ACTIVITIES The season's activities of the Miami Beach chapter of the Pioncer Women's organization were planned at the first meeting Monday night. Four events have been scheduled. They are a Chanukah party, Nov. 25; a New Year's party. Dec, 30; a National Fund evening, Fob. 3: and a Donor Dinner. March 10. All affairs will be held in the evening. Plans for their Nov. 8 membership tea were made by the Kadima group of the Pioneer Women at a meeting last Wed. evening with Mrs. Celia Segal! presiding. The tea will be held at the Beth Daid auditorium. Club No. 1 met at Beth David Monay with Mrs. I. Shapoff preM:> N. Sorin and Mrs. I. ngarten spoke on thi 2 years of Pioneering in Ami i ica and Mrs. Sonia Gerber read her own poetry. JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday, Nor. 30 Y BOWLING LEAGUE TO HOLD SUPPER DANCE Officers of the Miami Y will be guests of the Y Bowling League at a buffet supper and dance Sunday evening at the Policemen's Benevolent Hall. Dave Tyler and his orchestra will play for the dance. Attendance is by invitation only. Arrangements for the affair are being handled by Al Berkowitz, chairman. His committee consists of Larry Grossberg, Henry Rabin, Harry Schwartz and Frank Rose. An average weekly attendance of 65 is the record of the ten-year-old league which meets every Monday evening at the Palace Bowling Alley. MISS COOPrJ^T AT TEND ccSftgJ CARDIAC HOME PLANS PARTY AT BEACH Y Dade chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, will hold a party and ent< rtainment at the YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, 1:30 p. m. Wednesday. Refreshments will be Admission is one dollar. Mrs. Jean Raab is chairman of thi affair. MISS MANTELL TO WED N. Y. LIEUTENANT Mr. and Mrs. John Mantell of the Mantell Plaza hotel are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sally, to Lt. Daniel D. Raylesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Raylesberg of New York City. No date has been set for the wedding. Graduate of Miami Beach high ol, Miss Mantell received her bachelor of music degree from University of Miami, where was active in both music %  I sport.-. For the past two years she has been teaching in tinMiami area. Lt. Raylesberg did graduate work at New York University after receiving a bachelor's and a master's degree from the City College of New York. He has n stationed at the AAF rgional and convalescent hospital Miami Beach, for the past year. Miss France* r. dent of the^i?*! the Business and Hadassah coSjfi^i at the Stevens Hotel. I Upon her return Ui will make plans f0 ?lS membership drive i*J*fl gin Nov. 11. wmch *-^J Young women inters l joining the group a 7e iS*| a meeting 8:15 p m *Sfl the Miami Beacn US munity Center. Re f h will b. neir ti Mrs. I. D Shapiro, p.. Hadassah, was recently a tained by the dub atifi given in her honor. HOLLYWOOD TO* MRS. WEINSTEIN Mrs. I. M. Weinstein tfl view Ki ishna Nehru's "Ufai Regrets'' for the Ladies' Ad ary of the Hollywood jCommunity Center at the 3 of Mrs. s. Fincke, 1525 VaS en St., Hollywood, tomorrow ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Announcement of the of religious classes for „ aged 5-15 %  made bv thej iliary this week. Sunday j classes will begin Oct. 21 al a. m. Hebrew school classes^ start Oct. 22 at 4 p. m. raj ther information, call 439J. Buy War Bonds and Sad ALKA-SELTzf BJE TO REORGANIZE Miss Dorothy Lightman is resuming Bible study classes for ambulatory patients at the National Children's Cardiac Hoi The project, s| by the Bureau ol Jewish Education, was undert ken last year with the tion of Charles Tobin, president: Mrs. C. Baum. and :>!:> Gallow, superintendent. Buy More War Bonds! Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service SOS Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5*68 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER. Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 412-13 Seyboid Bldg—Ph. 25151 PAINTING Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK Job Toe Large or Too Smal Estimates Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Replacing Leaking Tanks DON. S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 GENERAL PAINTING BV BEST MECHANICS Free Estimate* Given I. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co. PHONE 30070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 HARRY MOORE, M. 0. Wishes to Announce He Has Taken Over General Medical Practice of Dr. Tom R. Gammaoe 221 N. E. FIFTH ST. Telephone 3-1828 Office Hours 9-11 A. M. Ex. Sun. 6-8 P. M. Ex. Sat. and Sun. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami O CCASIONALLY, I ab 9 the morning with a Hew It sometimes wears off alaif middle of the forenoon, W*"l want to wait that long, so %  !d*j| glass of sparkling AUCA-SEL3 In just a little while I am tea*' lot better. Sometimes the week's ironic* me and makes me soretpi %  Then ifs AUC\-SXLTZBt* rescue —a tablet or Wo aad rest makes me feel more lite ing the job. • And when I cat "aoMg"^ too wea" ALK.\-SELTZEBW| the Add Indigestion that %  follows. Yes. Alka-Seltzer bright day. It brings relief £jf,2 of my discomforts, that 1 U" keep it handy. Why don't you get a PW ALKA-SELTZER at yourdraJ'-, today? .Large Package UK, Small Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G A N S Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Are. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 Announcing the reopening of the


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IY. OCTOBER 19, 1945 *Jewistrhrlcttan PAGE THREE -THE NEWS IN VIEWS-I'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION HELPS BUILD HEBREW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY J.D.C. SENDS BOOKS TO JEWS IN GERMAN CAMPS :\ J.D.C. CUITURAIWIIOOUS C0MTTE£ BOOKS FOR JEWS W DfiPUCED PfRSOHS CWtfS NCIRKaNY^toSTRlA Yale and Hebrew university fund to furn ish the Hebrew university in Jerusalem with copies 1! important scholarly works published by the Yale University Press has been created by the : B'rith Hillel foundation at Yale university. Through contributions from Hillel membres, the rew university has alredy received an initial Through contributions from Hillel members, the ;,t thepresentation are: left to right, Rev. Sidney Lovett, chaplain of Yale university; Charles lloom, vice president of the Yale Hillel foundation: Prof. Edwin R. Goodenough, world-rened Semitics scholar; Reynold Herz of the American Friends of the Hebrew university; James Babb, librarian of Yale university, and Rabbi Meyer Greenberg, Hillel director, who has since % n transferred to the Hillel foundation at the University of Maryland. ESIDENT RECEIVES COPY OF "FIGHTING FOR AMERICA" y 1 GET READY FOR THE VICTORY DRIVE! i -'1 In response lo appeals by llie Jews living in displaced person, ramp* in Germany and Austria for religious and secular books in Hebrew, Yiddish,, German and Poli>h and oilier foreign languages, the J.D.C. has arranged 10 ship some 20,000 volumes lo the 100.000 Jews -1,11 in the camps. Phot* j shows from left lo right Abraham Horowitz, member of the Cultural-KellglOUO ( Committee and secretary of Central Relief Committee; Rabbi Leo Jung, chairman of J.D.C.'s Cultural-Religious Committee, which is handling till! and-similar aspects of the organization's relief and rehabilitation program! in Europe and other parts of the world; Dr. Bernard kalin, member of the committee and honorary chairman of J.D.C.'s European Executive Council; and Mrs. Henrietta K. Buchman, secretary of the Cultural-ReligionI om> mittee, as titty examined the first shipment of 6,000 books going out thiej week Of the 20.000 volumes purchased for immediate shipment, half ire prayer books. Several thousand books from all parts of United Malean* Canada, as well as mmierous religious article-, have aNo been received a* contributions. The J.D.C. receives its funds in the United Mate, from tho campaign collections of the United Jewish Appeal. U. P. A. BRINGS NEW LIFE TO ANCIENT LAND -' %  '"",;-*i>c -,j WASHINGTON, D. C. Frank L. Weil, right, President of the l;i; onal Jewish Welfare Board, called at the White House for a chat Eth President Truman. While there, he presented the Presidnt 1th a copy of the latest edition of "Fighting for America" published brutally by the board and is a complete record of the contribution An ericans of Jewish Faith towards the victory. """"^ %  ---*. TOO LATE <"*>x. ti, I i\ %£X X. SSfc t %  I %  LI .Mauritius refugee suffering from an incurable diseaset shown^wjth lHadassah nurse upon his arrival in Palestine on the S. S. J ranc0 ,a ; [Hadassah medical men say this man might have been saved if proper PMUcal service had been available to him several years ago. On Jewih land in Palestine, more than 300 agri. cultural settlements have been established with the aid of the Jewish Agency, the Keren Hayesod and the Keren Kayemeth, whose source of American support is the United Palestine Appeal. The overwhelming majority of these settlements were founded since the inception of the U P A. in 1925. They have provided a home and a new life of freedom and happiness (or large numbers of immigrants from lands of oppression. The future of the survivors of European Jewry who are in urgent need of resettlement in the Jewish homeland, and the achieve^ ments which have made it possible for Palestine to absorb these homeless people will be discussed at a conference in joint celebration of the twentieth U. P. A. anniversary and the twenty-fifth K. H. anniversary at the Hotel Commodore, New York City, all day October 2lit. jfrMJfffiff



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PAGE FOUR Jewish ttorkMa* I HOSE TO DIRECT CENTER DRIVE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jewish Wolf are Fund and the Family welfare society in Erie, IVnna. He was with the Federation for the past two and one-half years and directed the 1945 campaign which reached a record total of S368.000. In his remarks to the committee, Rabbi Lehrman stated that the new building will be d< signed to meet the religious and Jewish educational needs of ehaldren and adults. Present facilities are so inadequate that classrooms for Hebrew school and Sunday school are separated only by curtains and confusion is inevitable, he said. As fast as children arc through with their classes they must be rushed right out of the building to make room for other children. Facilities of the new building will be open to all Jewish groups of all types. According to Habbi Lehrman, no Jewish group has ever been refused the facilities of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, except for lack of space, and no child has ever been refused admission to the Hebrew school or Sunday school regardless of the parent's synagogue affiliations or financial condition. Snkin, chairman of the building committee, staled that since the fa 'ilities mast be built for religious and educational purposes, and since these facilities will not be occupied at all tunes, members of t h e Community should have the use of the facilities for organizational meetings and recreational purposes. The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center :...always tried to emsize th< word "Community" in its name, he asserted. Other members of the Steering committee present at the dinner were Harry Zukcrnick. Sh< p ard Broad, Henry Spero, Ben Appel. Abe Selevan, Kolman Harry Bodenstt in, George 5.000 LBS. OF CLOTHING COLLECTED BY LODGE Five thousand pounds of clothing have been collected by Lodge No. 192, Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order in the first two weeks of a drive in Dado county for 25.000 pounds of supplies. Morris Rohinsky, chairman of the committee, announces. All clothing, shoes and medical supplies collected here will be sent to the New York office of the Russian Relief committee by the local Russian organization. The Relief committee, in turn, will distribute the supplies to the various refugee service agencies in New York for shipment excise.is. Government approval has been given to the project. "It is up to American Jewry to assume the responsibility of helping their brothers in Europe," Mr. Robinsky said in calling for additional contributionsStations which will receive supplies throughout October include all synagogues and tin' following addresses: 350 S.W. 21st rd„ 2.(20 N.E. Second ave. and 16'4:f S W Seventh st.. Miami, and 4106 Royal Palm ave.. Miami Beach, A committee will pick up contributions if telephoned at 52020. COLLINYRESIGNS W. Bond Collins has resigned as vice president and general manager of Peoples Water and Gas CO. His future business plans will be announced within a lew days, he said. Active in various civic endeavors. Collins is a vice president and director of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, .aid an officer in a major gas industry association. BRISM Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer of Key West flew to Mayaguez, Puerto Rico last week to officiate at the briS of Abraham Ades. .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ades. Also present at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Eli Dweck. Sam Sweitzer, Sam Zalton and Morris Bi.ion. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the following bnsm recently: the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sweitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham N. Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malm. Mr. ami Mrs. Bernard Hansel. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bernstein, Mr. and Mi.-. Sheldon Dubler, Mr. and Mr. James M. Al hcit. Mr. ami Mis. Stuart Gordon and l.t. and Mrs. William Rakower. JEWISH RADIO HAILS RESISTANCE REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Formerly of NV\v.rk. New Jersey Is now ioc&ted 327 WASHINGTON AVENUE Near Third St., Miami Beach. Fla. In n' Hebrew Book v u win fiinl a complete I of all ivlliticus book* brew and English Torahj. Talaisim. Tfilin. MeZUZIt, Mentalach. etc.-A large variety of Palestine and Ameri. can Hebrew novelties. A:. Asa if New Year %  irda AT REAS SAB1 E PRICES -'.• re • t Ita kind In Ala orjers taki and promptlj : ;.-d. Jerusalem (JTA)—Replying to a police ultimatum that the colonies of Jagur and Beth Oren surrendered the organizers of the raid on the Athlit internment camp, who are believed to be hiding there, as well as all escaped internees, or face collective punishment, the secret "Voice of Israel" station this week declared that no one will be turned over to the police and any collective punishment will be resisted. Beitman, Joseph M. Rose. Abe Halpenn, M. H. Frankel. Harold Turk. Dan M Broad. Sol GoldStrom, Archie Brick. Herman Berk, W. 1. Feuer, Morris Newmark. Dr. M. A. Lipkind. Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Alex Sussman. Ray Redman. Abe Goodman. Dr. Goodman, Sam Lipton, Joseph Lipton. Nathan Glosser. Ira Walsey, Ed Singer, Bernard Fi inec and Joseph A. Berman. 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 V Announcing the Opening OF THE WOFFORD HOTEL OCTOBER 20th 24th and Collins Avenue, on the Ocean Terrace Dining Room—Private Beach—and Cocktail Lounge For Reservations Call 5-6691 .i Is Your Health Poor? INTERNAL BATHS Will Surely Help You This advanced method of Internal Baths quickly eliminates Toxic poison from the system thus relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheumatism, Arthritis and Neuritis. APPOINTMENT ONLY Hydro Therapy Clinic NZO CONFERENCE WARNS BRITAIN London. (JTA)Continued refusal by the Labor government to implement its pre-election promises regarding Palestine will drive the Jews in that counIrj t.> extreme measures, such as non-cooperation, non-payment of taxis, squatting on land now barred to Jews and other active and passive means of resistance, a provisional world conference of the new Zionist organization warned in a resolution adopted In I e. The resolution also called for the United Nations to accord membership to the Jewish people and recognize a suitably constituted Jewish national authority. In this connection, it urged the provisional executive of the NZO. elected last night, to create a "Provisional Jewish Government" and negotiate for termination of the mandate. and proclamation of the entire mandated territoy as a Jewish state. Removal of the leadership of the Jewish Agency was recommended. M. B. ZIONISTS REELECT LYTT ON Dr. Louis G. Lytton was reelected president of the Miami Beach Zionist district at the first general meeting of the season Tuesday night. Elected with him were: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. William Bernstein, Alfred Stone, George M. Cohen and Harold Vinson, vice presidents; Max Meisel. corresponding secretary; Philip Sal' mon. recording secretary; Jacob Felt, financial secretary; Morris < Newmark, treasurer. Shepard Broad was elected chairman of the board of directors. Delegates to the Nov. 14 national Zionist convention in Atlantic City will be: Shepard Broad, Dr. Lytton. Dr. N. A. Lipkind, Dr. Bernstein and Abe Goodman. JEWS IN CAMP ARE TREATED BADLY London (JTA)—Displaced Jews i in the Bergen-Belsen camp, in tin British zone in Germany, have been forbidden to display slogans calling for the opening | of Palestine to Jews, a eorres! pendent of the Sunday Observer reports, disclosing that such a sign was torn down from the offices of the camp's Jewish committee. nUDAY^TOBER Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch.. Ph. 5-5082 EXPERT PAINTING Caulking. Decorating, Waterproof, ing -Lowest Prices-Factory Approved Contractors. For estimates Call 2-8481 SAN FRANCISCO — (JTA) — Stand ird Oil of California reports that agreements have been approved which would establish Haifa at the Mediterranean exit of a 1.000-mile pipeline from SSaudi Arabia. Mrs. Abraham president of the M ia VSl ft. Hadassah, anJ'M Lidoy will represent 1^1 chapter at its 31st IrZA vention in Chicago oS^ the Stevens hotel tt8 | !" P U ,, S,;i ndmR Alters =,. pected to survey J£* throughout the world aft cuss America's role in a Jf United Nations charter 5 A Goodman said. Mrs. yJ% Epstein, national prid e ^J deliver the keynote addn&l The convention will tak,J tion to arrellcrate HadiJ medical, child welfare n tional education, land -ertL tion and youth refugee'iw, in Palestine. Other highlights will !, memorial tribute to the late 1 Henrietta Szold, founder oil dassah, and the announce of a new Hadassah project i the Jewish National Fundtc. tabhsh a new settlement Palestine for returning soldi The organization will alsoi attention to the cond among Jewish refugee chu in Europe for whom inust— tion to Palestine is be:r.£ E | ranged undei the Youth A!iju Nearly 1.000 delegates fcj more than 7U0 chapters nil tend the convention to maoi a "win-the-peace" program. There Is Always a Need for] LIFE INSURANCE PROBLEM Dependents Estate Taxes Home Mortgage Child's Education Old Age WHAT IS YOURS SOLUTION F amily Income Plan Ordinary Lile Insurance M ortgage Cancellation Plan College Policy ._ Retirement Income CHECK YOUR NEEDS AND CALL OR WRITE ALEX S. COHEN, Agent Sun Life Assurance Company o' Canada 218 SHORELAND BUILDING Ph. Office 3-8797 Residence 4-0011 Public Stenographer Legal Testimony, etc. Dictation, my office, your office or home. Read and write Jewish letters. Dorothy Stanley PHONE 58-1694 An Ethical Institution 39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396 HEAR The PARAVOX A New ALL-IN. ONE Hearing Aid NO BATTERY CORD NO BULKY BATTERIES Think of having no separate heavy batteries to wear. PARAVCfX is One compact lightweight All-lnOne case. A revelation in hear, ing. For Demonstration call, write or phone R. E. WARWICK. Distributor 163 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-9855 FOLLOW THE HURRICANES In Their Football Campaign TONIGHT — 8:15 P. M. IN THE ORANGE BOWL U. of M. vs. U. ol FLORIDA Good Seats, $1.20 to S3.60 at h Stadium. Student tickets. 60c 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. What Can You Spare That They Can Wear? With winter close at hand, countless thousands in war-torn lands have no clothes, no bedding, no footwear. U you have serviceable discarded clothes in your close* —turn them out, without delay. More than 30-000,000 little children, in war-torn countries, will go cold this winter—unless we send them our discarded serviceable clothes to wear. The need is j perate. Act promptly. Clean out your closets today at hand all the clean, sound, used clothes, blankets and to* j wear you can spare to Lodge No. 192, Jewish People's Fraternal Order j CAMPAIGNING 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 with the National Campaign the Country Over, Organized by • NATIONAL OFFICE OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE'S FRATERNAL ORDER GIVE AND GIVE QUICKLY A As This Campaign Will be Conducted for 30 IW* Bring Your Clothes to the Synagogues or the Following Stations: 350 S. W. 21ST ROAD. MIAMI BEACH 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH 2320 N. E. 2ND AVENUE. MIAMI 1643 S. W. 7TH STREET. MIAMI Or Call the Main Office, 5-2026. and WJ Will Be Happy to Send a Committee



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lie\wiislb-IElliDipidliiaun "fa^^THE JEWISH UNITY GMi TUC IF WISH WEEKLY FME 18—NUMBER 42 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS jnsion in Palestine Explodes r jth Raids on British Posts LOAN DRIVE Jlans for the B'nai B'rith Bull Victory Loan drive were (rnuhitt'd at a luncheon meetI Monday at the Clover club. Albert Pallot, chairman of Sholem lodge division of drive, announced a one miVdollar quota for the Miami Rion of the drive which will I from Oct. 29 to Dec/ 9. Sam Shapiro, chairman of the kch division, said that the Ech will, in all probability, esfliih a similar quota. enlative plans for a theater hy and auction to launch the An and a cabana show to wind up were made. Booths will be up and operated by B'nai lith women in the downtown tppinK districts. Emphasis will be on the sale |E, F and G bonds, the comBtee said. Other local groups are planh to participate in the War Ind Drive. J JERUSALEM—(ITA)—The tension which has been building Biere during several weeks of uneasy guiet exploded this Tk with a series of incidents ranging from an attack on a _sh arms depot to the freeing of a large group of "illegal" [nees from a British internment camp. A large party of armed Jews raided a military training ot near Rehovoth and, after overpowering the guards, esed with 218 rifles, 15 machine-guns, 220 bayonets, steel nets, uniforms and ammunition. They fled in trucks stolen the depot, which were found abandoned the next day with notes of "thanks" pinned to them. Ten Jews and several policemen were injured in a clash in the Montefiore quarter of Tel Aviv. The clash developed when thousands of Jews from neighboring sections broke through a police and military cordon which had been thrown around the Montefiore area, apparently on a tip that arms were secreted there. The police attackd the crowd with their clubs, and were met with a hail of stones. After two police cars had been damaged and several policemen wounded, the British major in command of the unit ordered it to withdraw. Existing security measures are being tightened throughout the country. Military check posts were established on the roads leading to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and vehicles are being halted and searched, and the identity of the passengers checked. It was learned here that High Commisioner Lord Gort urged the leaders of the Jewish Agency and of the Jewish National Council, whem he received last week, to use their utmost influence in securing the maintenance of order. A conference of the presidents, premiers and foreign ministers of Syria and Lebanon issued a communique in Damascus declaring that they will act jointly with other Arab states to "combat Zionist infiltration." The meeting is regarded as preliminary to the Arab League conference, which is scheduled to open in Cairo at the end of this month. ._,., WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The ministers of Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon called on Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, and presented him a point memorandum on Palestine, on behalf of themselves and the Arab League. They intimated to the press their hope that the State department would make the memorandum public. Chairman of the Arab Land Reemption Fund Ahmed Hilmi Pasha, in a memorandum to Lort Gort, asked for "firm measures to counter "the challenge to Government authority" in Palestine. He said that recent incidents connected with illegal Jewish immigration would "arouse Arab fears and prompt the Arabs to rise in defense ot themselves and their homeland. ROSETO DIRECT E IBINOFF TO DIRECT TORA WELFARE %  Years of experience in social ilfare work in the United laLs by George W. Rabinoff %  II be turned to the benpt of the peoples of warhckcn countries in Europe, ppointment of Mr. Rabinoff deputy director of welfare the United Nations Relief and pabilitation administr ation announced Sunday by the Washington office of Director Jneral Herbert H. Lehman. %  Mr. Rabinoff, whose most reInt post was that of associate ltecutive in charge of the Jewcharities in Chicago, is allady on his way to Europe. CHAPLAIN OFFICIATES IT LAST SERV ICE [chaplain Saul Kraft, AAF ReTstnbution Station No. 2, Miami each, will officiate' for the last hie at Friday evening services p. m. tonight at the Beach Y. %  was announced by Sam Blank, •airman of the Army and Navy bmniittee. I Chaplain Kraft, who has been ferving Jewish personnel of the fme d forces in this area for per a year, is being transferred I Mitchell Field, N. Y. At a luncheon at the Nautip hospital officers' club Tuesday, friends and associates of the %  haplain presented him with a pterwriting case. Jack Marash, ltecutive director of the Beach > made the presentation. Sam .tank was toastmaster. I Theme of the addresses given K Kraft's fellow chaplains was Jie.unity among different faiths luring the war and the necesT tv of maintaining close coordiation in peacetime. HOUSING LEADERS PLAN FUTURE NEEDS Gus Jacobson, USO-JWB supervisor of the Second Service command, arrived in Miami baturday to consult with high-ranking Army officers at the Beach and the board of directors of he Miami Beach.Servicemen s Hous ing corporation on the futuit housing needs of permanent party Personnel and their famjJcotaon, who was instrumental in setting UP g£ ration last year, was called bacK to Miami at the request of Leon Schulman, JWB rMgfffi here In his work with the bee ond Service command Jacobson directs activities in New York New Jersey, Delaware and Penn sylvania. Joseph F. Rose, former executive director of the Federation, has been appointed campaign director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center $500,000 building fund drive. Announcement of his appointment was made by Samuel Friedland, president, at a meeting of the Steering committee of the campaign at the Tides hotel. Harry Sirkin was chairman of the dinner and brief addresses were given by Mr. Friedland, Alfred Stone, chairman of the architects committee; Nat Hankoff. chairman of the publicity committee; Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual leader; and Mr. Rose. Tentative opening for the drive was set for Nov. 11 at which time a dinner will be held. Solicitation of funds from local residents will be concluded Dec. 31 in order not to conflict with other local drives, Friedman said. Tourists and those who have been out of town will be invited to make contributions at any time they wish, he said, adding that since Federation docs not appeal to tourists, there will be no conflict. In announcing the appointment, Friedland emphasized that Rose agreed to accept the position after a careful weighing of all community factors. A graduate of two schools of social work. Rose has had wide experience with individual and group work. Before soi-ving in the Army for two and one-half years, he was connected with the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) FOUR MIAMIANS TO SERVE ON COUNCIL Herbert U. Feibelman, J. Gerald Lewis, Benjamin W. Slote and Herman Wohl have been appointed members of the national council of the Hebrew Union college which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. Special religious ceremonies will be held in Cincinnati the first week of December to commemorate the reform seminary's "three score and ten." Founded in 1875 by Isaac Mayer Wise, a Bohemian immigrant rabbi, the college is the oldest Jewish theological school in the Americas. „„n.„„ During the war, the college brought ten great scholars from Europe to spare them from certain death by the Nazis. These ten now comprise the seminal ys College in Exile. The Hebrew Union college holds that Judaism is a continuously progres.ve religious discipline and that it must be kept constantly liberal and spiritually al "It believes that if Judaism is to live and expand here in America, it must be open to every positive influence of modernism, must square itself with every admtfa scientific thought and must engender that type of rehgious Bevotion which will evoke the uncompromising loyalty of every Jew," spokesmen ^'Durrngtrfirs?^ years the ES S ^=a^ly he mS S3L3 ffua$ items of Jewish interest. The college is housed upon its own tract of 18 acres. tr The Teachers' Institute of the college was established in 1909 ^m&S|ov^^t|: groups of the Jewish congregations in America. Congressmen Introduce Plea For Free Immigration of Jews WASHINGTON—(ITA)—Two Senators and two Congressmen introduced bi-partisan resolutions in the Senate and House calling for free immigration of lews into Palestine, and for an international commission to "effectuate the immediate transfer of the Hebrew people of Europe to Palestine." The Senators are Francis J. Meyers, Democrat, of Pennsylvania, and Charles W. Tobey, Republican, of New Hampshire. The Congressmen are Andrew L. Somers, Democrat, of New York, and Bertrand W. Gearhart, Republican, of California. The text of the resolutions, which are identical, reads as follows: 0— "The United States shall use its good offices and take immediate appropriate measures to the end that Palestine shall be re-opened at the earliest possible moment for free entry of Hebrews into that area, and that there shall be full opportunity for colonization and settlement on the land by the Jewish people, and that Palestine ultimately be established as a free and independent democratic state with full citizenship rights for its inhabitants without discrimination based on racial or religious factors. "Pending the setting up of governmental machinery to effectuate the establishment of Palestine as an Y TO OPEMOGT. 29 Following the dissolution of the government nursery program, the Miami YM&WHA will open its own nursery Oct. 29. it was decided at a board meeting Wednesday night. The Y nursery will be established for a probationary period of three months under the supervision of Mrs. Maurice Grossman, who has been in charge of the government nursery at the Y for the past three years. In addition to preschool train,| ing, Jewish content will be ofindependent i fered with the assistance of the *"" "" .. ,, „^.' B ureau of Jewish Education. A democracy and to aid,the people stl icUy koshfci v kitchen will be of Palestine in so doing, our exmaintained. ecutive department is urged to J According to preliminary plans, qns 35 all-dav pupils, 20 mornirrg and 20 afternoon students. Preference will be given to children of Y members. Registration closes Oct. 27. take the initiatory steps in conjunction with other interested United Nations to set up a supervisory international commission to effectuate the immediate transfer of the Hebrew people of Europe to Palestine and to in[ sure peaceful and orderly proMJOC ELECTS BAER cesses in securing these ends. cryONn VOTTTSin Official sources this week deIN bfcOUJNL VUIIINVJT nied a report that President Truman has summoned American A. M.Baer was elected presidiplomatic representatives from dent of the Miami Jewish OrthoMiddle Eastern countries for a dox congregation at a meeting conference in connection with Tuesday night In a previous electhe Palestine situation. | tion last week Bear tied with It was oointed out that Lowell' H. M. Drevich. 150 members were C Pinkerton, U. S. Consul in; present. Palestine, was here on leave Other officers elected were: from Jerusalem, and that the Philip Berkowitz. first vice presiU S envoys to Egypt and Saudi I dent; A. Pepper, second vice piesArabia had arrived here for pe| ident; Herman Pearl, third vice riodic State department consultations. George Wadsworth, U. S envoy to Syria and Lebanon is due here about Nov. 1 for similar consultation. These visits, official sources emphasized. president; Max Jacobskind, recording secretary: Max Kupperstein, financial secretary: Jack Stone, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were: Harry Shear, Fred K. Otliciai souii.c v.,..*""-— ~— IOIS were: nunj oncm, •> *• were in the nature of State deshochet, Max R. Silver, George > lJ_. nnrJ r\r\ Oun. I m* T .. T"l 1..-. U A *• r( C i *>\ partment routine and no gtneral consultation was going on. MIAMI Y TO RUN INDEPENDENT DRIVE Following a decision of its board Wednesday night, the Miami Y has asked to be released from its contract for a United Jewish Building Fund campaign. Federations approval of a separate drive for a Y building will be sought. The United Jewish Building Fund campaign, scheduled to start last week, has been indefinitely Postponed The Town and Beach Ys,. HillU and the Bureau of Jewish Education were to have benefitted from the single capital funds drive. ^^^^_ BJE TO REORGANIZE The reorganization meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education will take place 8 p. m. Tuesday at the office of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. At this meeting members-atlarge will be chosen a Nominating Committee will be appointed for the election of officers, and other important matters pertinent to the work of the Bureau will be on the agenda. Stone, Nat Blumberg. Sam Blank, I. Schwartz, Morris Pepper, William Friedman, D. Singer, M. Kotkin, William Clein, Max Rappaport, Sid H. Palmer, D. Kleber, D. Ochs, H. M. Drevich and Milton Weiner. A. Pepper, Sid H. Palmer and H. M. Drevich will serve as cemetery representatives. NEW AZA GROUP Bob Sherwood has been elected president of the newly formed Flamingo chapter of Aleph Zadek Aleph which meets every Wednesday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. Membership is open to 15-17 year old boys. MELBOURNE — (JTA) —The executive committee of the Council of ustralian Jewry this week cabled to APrime Minister ttlee, appealing for abrogation of the White Paper and the opening of Palestine to Jewish immigration. At the sametime, the Australian Palestine Committee sent the Prime Minister a similar cable signed by Bishop Pilcher of Sydney and Prof. Woodruff of Melbourne.. Emergency meetings of Zionist groups are scheduled to be held throughout the country. %  rTHWH tmWwnraillffiffiif Bri" ft" riliilw l i'"r?l i; lT IBtf



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UY, OCTOBER 19, 1945 Jewisti Ik,, I, ir PAGE SEVEN HER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice SERVICE PARADE! Ackerman. 843 Washing%  ve., Miami Beach, received Idischarge from.the Navy at naval recruiting barracks last Tuesday. in Berger. SAD first class. • } 4 s. W. 12th st„ was transfrom Daytona Beach to i last Tuesday for special with the Navy. c